The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on December 3, 1975 · Page 7
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 7

Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, December 3, 1975
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10,000 Galveston residents 9 sign shrimp fleet petition (iALVKSTON More than 10,00) Kigrmtum of City resident* urging retention of the shrimp fleet, fiih bourn, and boat* et Pier l» have turned in to the A total of 10,«9 iignatur«« o{ City r«uiwU w«t« submitted by vduntews of the Tex»» Ray and Gulf Fithornuiri A*«ocifttion, Galvestori Hut or tea I Foundation, and n County ia tJw City in ! w»)t Arthrte IV «f line Oty Ourtw which provide* tor th«« jwurr of dincc! tagkiUliun by th«f t*r»jf4* tii Ify*. C«v by initiative reniding in the City, m out-of-towner* did nSgn In addition to the 10,229 City residents Peter Hrink, Executive lXr«ctor itf tlte HUtoricat Foundation stated, '"Hie community support evidenced by thw* I0,(ni) signature* it over- wWmmgly ft* keeping (he fleet, ft*li house*, and parly boat* at their traditional home We Mtvwely thank all thww rtliiww »tw *lgr«<t the ptlllloiu and e»fH?cial)y lha*« dedicated volunteers nfrw art working In the math- So 4Mj«(l tj 1 |*r<itl«e; tfj JWTWJO* "Thf rtjfht ol eiuirrtfc Uj prtmw iJ*t-tr govtrmnwjt official* t& Kuaratiiwd tj> the 1,'mtot .SJalw <>*) Dilution ami tlw? Cit> tharif-f A m o< our government should be given the rntwt thoughtful and careful consideration by twr elected official*." Brink *tated "The Historical Foundation, like the rest of our community, want* the G«lve»ton Wharvei to pftwper and grow We are convinced, however, that this can be done without displacing existing businesses from their home at Pier 19 Fuller utilization of the |7,.W) feet of frontage ami the «rt acres of Wharves property, both on this Island and on Pdican, would weiti to allow ffw vigorous Wharves development without displacing thr- shrimp, fleet, fish houses, and party ijoaU frofn Pier 19," | tlrtnk Mid THE SffA20fPOer FACT! F»fif=PO«T, TEXAS, WEO,, t>«CEM»6« 3, 1«J 40V AUJMlKWiF,, a I-»k<! Jacluon aHI«t, I* supplying the painting* that will be on exhibit at that city's Post Office during the remainder of this month. The exhibit Is n continuing project of the Art Jx^guc of BraKjsport which also hangs works of it« member* in several public buildings on a regular bails Sheriff's Captain attends course in law enforcement Bra/.orla County Sheriff's Capl Ben T Woodard is alt<mding a law enforcement seminar and course at Bellairc Police Department this week. The course, "F'ir»t line of Law Enforcement Supervision," is being fflURht by the College of the Mainland, Texa« City, as part of the advanced law enforcement certification program The College of the Mainland is tlw» approved academy for an cight- counly area on the Gulf Coast. The academy is accredited by the Law Enforcement Officers Standards of Education board of certification. Capt Wrxxlard is chief of investigation for Brazoria County Sheriff's Department OPEN DAILY 1 JO 9 CLOSED SUNDAY WED., THURS., FBI., SAT. Two burglaries under probe by county officers! Model KM560 Two !.JW/gtaf5t-« in ar y w! L A - ( ,:* . twj N , ••»» r*pc/s"t* :tuck a! ii it] sx: AH.«e*< Minir* a? i S 4 :ti \ifr- tyUti:^ hAj rftfUi »wt} liH !« tft !he »»4 For JwlKe wilh Oi Let's Employ nn. L. MOOMAN aliml at 1125. a 21- amteJ CU radio, valued l »!*«., amia 33 c* I pwJoJ, aiurtj »! Hi, »ere Candy sale raising funds The i)r*ift»MCK*> in &ta!n»i Ar tj ( lub i* wrfitftg c»w:!v u> rais* ?ursd» for elsrfj rri«rif»rrt lo attend ».n itsdiiJ'nai Art oumtJ*"U!;t*3 rncx^LKg in Jitsy. !SCC 10 Awt.!«5 T>*r club u »*-ULRg thrrr I)piM </! Ka'hf'ryn lleifh CAAdtn a! a c-rrt' i.-^ Vj c>rr;!» 00363 [Adjustable fat Most CaTs] AM/FM, 8-TRACK IN-DASH PLAYER 88 88 Our fleg 99.96 Dc-iuxf- un:! 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ALL TIRES ARE MOUNTED FREE • NO TRADE-IN REQUIRED ClUTE STORE in the Kmart Center OPEN 'til 9:00 P.M. 'til Chftstmas imw/ SERVICES INCLUDE: t. i*»u« •«« i Mrt F*i*fU. MM. c*«- ». Stl •*•« «K Cartantw >. ThM [•(>•* 4. >in««ltic U|>M tMtflis Air Conditioned Cars $2 More 1 8-Cylind«r Cars $2 More 4-Cylinder Cars $2 Loss t HAKt.r. IT.' 6-CYLINDER ENGINE TUNE-UP Of'icounf Pfic* Troubleshoot now and Keep your car running and riding smoothly during cold writer months Most U.S. cars. ruu MILEAGE] LININGS & PADS WARRANTY OBI y«4i «t iw V) awtifktl n\t Kiiikau *« IJHOIwl HJt<Mtt4 BMhlft. II litlii Uituifi w ftti ursulUJ t> (IN K1«Kt dlfMUMal MH4 Ml mtkta Uu ipN^M w«iuty mfc«|> «t »* lunok i«^Kt- oxal Ituafi M 1. tatiatl 4 Wts Qaalitf Sltut Tra« il K mi t. C.MI FfMl WlMtl I i. uj»ti »iu<s I. Him M|**Mii« Sjiltm »M Ittta I. taut t* Salt I f l«ij«tti«ii Additional Parts, Services or Labor at Extra Crta/gs 30,000 MILE BRAKE SPECIAL Our R*g, 59.9€ -4 Days Feel sale with sura-working brakes. 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