The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on December 3, 1975 · Page 19
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'^^ tHt SRMOJPORT PACTS FREEPORT, TEXAS, WgO., DECEMBER). W> P«y K)ft State utility commission opposes cost pass-through AUSTIN (AP) - The state public utility commission sa^ it has learned that two electric companies are illegally adding- or planning to add-to consumers' bills the assessment they are required to pay for the commission's upkeep. It indicated there might be others. The commission said it received a consumer complaint against Southwester Public Service Co. of Amarillo and a voluntary disclosure from Houston Lighting and Power. Garrett Morris, chairman, issued a statement in which Erwin and commission member George Cowden concurred. "It has come to my attention that certain utilities which will eventually come under the jurisdiction of this commission have already, are planning to, or are considering passing on to their ultimate consumers a rate increase equal to the assessment they are required to pay under the provisions of the Public Utility Regulatory Act of 1975," Morris said The assessment is one- sixth of one per cent of the companies' gross revenues. Morris said a utility would be violating its rate schedule unless (he appropriate regulatory body—in most cases city governments — approved RIVER'S END FIREMEN SET FISH FRY The River's End Volunteer Fire Department will hold a fish fry Saturday, Dec. 13, from U a.m. to 7 p.m. in the community's new fire station on FM 2918 near the mouth of the San Bernard River. Admission to the fundraising event will be $2.50 for adults and plates for children under 12 will be SI.30. the pass-through of the assessment. ''The commission lacks jurisdiction presently to net in this matter, but It is my opinion that is an improper pass-through," Morris said. He said he believed an individual consumer would have legal standing to file suit to block such a pass- through. Garage burglarized FREEPORT - At 1:45 p.m. Tuesday, the burglary of the garage at his residence, 1127 W. Seventh St., was reported to the police department by John C. Kelly. According ;o information given lo the investigating officer, the incident occurred sometime between 12 noon Wednesday. Nov. 26 and 2:30 p.m. Sunday. Items said by Kelly to be missing included two rods and two reels valued at $73 One re«l was reported to be a Garcia Ambassador 5COOC and the other a Zcbco 202. SHOP WALL'S FOR CHRISTMAS CURRIER IVES CANDLES VALUE 99 LADIES BLOUSES 100% POLYESTER SIZES S-M-bXL WALL'S «6"- NOW $ 4 M ,r. ,r« J 3 W 5 - D M)\V J J 3 2S ' 8 '4 NOW OPEN ^1 TILL LADIES COATS SIZES 9 TO 16 WALL'S REG. 5 18* 14 CHRISTMAS ROOM DEODORIZOR EVERGREEN SCENT /I1I£.UI\ 99' BOYS FLANNEL SHIRTS 100% COTTON SIZES 8 TO 14 ASST. COLORS 99 RIBBON 300 FT. ASST. COLORS 49* MON. THRU SAT. TILL CHRISTMAS. GLASSES CHRISTMAS PAPER 10 ROLL PKG. 80 SQ. FT. 1 99 PKG. DESK PAD WALL'S REG. Q49 '3" Lm OYN 2 WAY SPEAKERS 2»22 00 20% DOWN HOLDS YOUR LAY-A-WAY TILL CHRISTMAS WEATHJER Extended Texas Outlook KltlDAY THROUGH SUNDAY NORTH CENTRAL TKXA8 AND NORTHKA8T TKXA8: Cloudy slight chnnce rain Frlttay. Decreasing cloudiness and turning cooler Friday night and Saturday. Mostly (air and coo) Saturday night and Sunday. High trmporaturps mid 60s to mid 70s Friday bwonilni near 60 to near 70 Saturday decreasing to the mid 50s to mid 60s Sunday, l.ow temperatures upper 40» to lower 60s Friday lowering to the upper 30s to near 50 Saturday and Sunday SOUTH CKNTRAL TKXAS AND SOUTHKAST TF.XAS: Chance of showers Frliiay and extreme south and southeast Saturday and .Sunday Warm Friday. . turning cooler Saturday and Sunday. High temperatures mid 30s to low 80s Friday cooling to ihe 60s and low 70s Sunday Minimums near 60 to near 70 Friday cooling lo the 30s and 40s Sunday morning NOHTHWKST TKXAS AND SOUTHWEST TKXAS: No precipitation expected Friday through Sunday Temperatures will be above normal Friday decreasing slightly through Sunday I,ows Friday upper 3()s Panhandle, to near 50 southeast bwoming upper 20s to upper 30s by Sunday morning Higlw near 60 north to mid 7t* south Friday decrea.il ng to mid SOB and near 70 swjth by Sunday Texas Weather TKAVKL-M.OWtNO FOG cloaked parU ulf South Texas this morning and a few clotitb fh.vtti'd over tlw? Coastal Bend ami l,ower Texas Coaat. llu- r<-»t vl thr state had clear weather Fog was particularly heavy around Sai\ Antotuu. dropping visibility bclctw one-eiglttii mile ami causing weather observi'rs to issue a special warning to motorists Pockets u< fog dotted the Lower Hlo Grande Valley SfATTKRKt) SHOMKKS and « few thunderstorms developeil in the Gulf ol Mexico southeast of Brownsville and benikd .iihor*-, moving toward the northwest As a warming trentl irontinwd. t*o Wrs! Trias (mints Wink at 3S degrees find KI Paso at M v> t-rr the oitly places reporting lenipfraturrs down lo frtvung Iteattings elsewhere ranged from thr lower 30s through the +.)* ami COs, except for d (>!> at Brownsville in the tWp wuih Tl ^Sl)AV.S TOt' .MAKKS ranged up to 77 at McAllen in the Ijjwer Hio Urande Vallr> Little change was predicted anywhere in the itittt 1 ^atk>n\ Weather THK KAI.N that hu plagued tfw Northwtrst continued into today with heavy downpours over thr western >ul/ of Washington Snow flurrtes, occasionally mixed with rdin continued in !h«r northern rockies Flood waters surged through thr «tr«*e!,i trf many towns in western Washington while rnud and «»ow slides forced the cltaing <A some of thr Bute's highways Tuesday At least 250 families wrrr evui-uatictl tentit homes and a mayor nml orn- cuunt> officul asirtl lo have tlwir distncts deaitcnalcti tltiuiUer *rr»s The hca*'y ram was expected to sUcfc ai!, cau«n»! the rivers to recede ilu-*!> ItKLOW-XKItO TKMI'KK \Tl HKS rn»(.'httl (Jw Arrowht-ad rt-gion of Mmm-soJa early thi.» niorninit Frost slretclutl fr«Hii the northern half of the plain* into the Ohio Valley and '.(•* mixinUirw <3< S«j!h I In the West, tiffnp^rature* were in the *w and Jft« m the Pacific Coast sutes and cooler in the higher elevations. Ctouds covered the northern plain*. Uw Grrat I^ikfs sutes and the Ohio Valley Srww fiurru-i swirled in the upper Mississippi Valley and along lower Great lakes Ami pateh« of (og forni«xt < Uic mght over a portion of the crnlral jrfains UK, II I'KKSst :KK dominated th»- louthrrn h^l,' of Oie naiio?) and kept skirt clear Temperature extremes ranged from 71 ,i! Ko West. Fla lo 10 kwlow lern at Intenutiorul FalU. Minn The manac 1776! City official named luncheon speaker FREEPORT - Acting City Manager D. W. Moore will be gue*t speaker at the regular luncheon meeting of the Freeport Bualneaa and Professional Assoclntlon Thursday Meetings begin at 12 noon and are held at the Pickwick Cafeteria, Uraiosport Savings Center, Car damage reported LAKE JACKSON Paul Heattm, jao Oytter Creek Drive, reported to police Tuesday that the left door of his vehicle, parked in -Space 28 at the apartment comples. had been (tented, apparently by another vehicle door being opened into it Police reported the other vehicle apparently had red paint on it Meaton estimated damage at Jlio Public Officials DEATHS and FUNERAL! Alan 'Brushey' Gray BltAZOHIA Service* for Alan "Bruihcy" Gray of Uraiorla ar« wst for 10 a.m. Thursday In the Lakewood Chapel Mr Larry Bilbo of the West Columbia Church of Christ will officiate live body will He in repose at Freeport Funeral Home Wednesday Burial will be in Cedar Lawn Haven o( Heat in West Columbia Gray died Tuesday »l>« 2,1975> In Sweaty HcwpiUl following a lengthy illn**i He lived in Fr**pwrt from 19» until 19*3, when he retired and mcrved to Mriuurta H« w&» a World War I veteran and a retired etnploy«« ol C !t Anthony's Survivor* include hit wife, Allte l#* t'.!ray of Ht Hindu. wj«i. F.dwsrt] H Gray of HrAtorta, daughter, Mr» H I. <J»n#! Ui'iUii' Kwelitivgrr of Jackson, Mts» , tit grandchildren and one jtreat graixkkuthtw. t*o «»t«rv Mr* Jan*< Sl>:*w i*f Long HtAch, Calif and Mr* Mary Fore»8 of Anaheim, Calif Pallbearem will I* C. H Harang. Ned South, Hobert GUdmy. Freddie BrowjtL Corbet! 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