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News, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1974, Friendswood, Texas Area News Weekly The News SUBURBAN INC THURSDAY JULY VOL 5 ISSUE 34 TEN CENTS PEA Tries But No The IV Education presented its resolution to the ISO Board or list week and once away with little This time PEA requested a votr on each It felt there was an of measurable opinion follow previous discussion ot the The result of discussion of thr first proposing that two elected representatives of the faculty of each campus meet with the superintendent of schools at least quarterly for the purpose of discussing district wide problems and policies led to the most Interesting vote of the The boards newest the Reverend Jerry led the discussion In favor of the PEA while several other members felt that the current policy of faculty meetings on each campus should be left Eventually board mem Continued on Pace 3 Roof Blown Off High hall and rain In the area Sunday afternoon apparently were the cause of 40 square feet of roof blowing off of the Police Arrest Two On Koza Crime Police arrested two in connection with tti recent at company on Main and have the air stolen in one of aged 16 Issued juvenile notices and In the custody of The arrest of the two clears up five other burglaries reaching back two years to Police currently ore on a us well as iNft at which for three threes reported down across area One grass fire also was reported to have been started by lighting on Threat Hearing A typographical error caused the postponement of the Friendswood Independent School Districts Budget Hearing Board President Dickie Warren opened the meeting and the parked who were there to hear thr thr a notice which had been posted in three stores In the had shown the hearing July instead of Septic Tanks Win SOUTHWESTERN BELL out an leak detector to locate leak In telephone Tho curved ul wu designed to detect tht Bluing of air escaping from a amall the procedure It Joe repair The City Council was told Monday night that they dn not have the right to approve subdivisions in the The fact now clears the way for a tank Mustang Mead to begin construction and the sale of City Olsen told the Council that thr City Planning Ion the sole right In disapprove of a Mustang Meadows approved by the planning commission in July of last The have been attempting to obtain City Council approval of the subdivision since Fared with the threat of a lawsuit by the Mustang and the city attorneys the City Council demurred and derided to take against the City Manager Jim Morgan said that no building would be issued for thr subdivision until streets hien constructed and by the Members of the City Planning Commission art appointed by the City James Device Is Used By Telephone Company City Council 99 Month Sewer Deaf Offered sometime last week owners were on and was reported on their Continued on Pae 3 A passing motorist aces a telephone man pointing an electronic device toward an aerial telephone cable and listening Intently through What b Ma Bell doing now Tight Money Delays Fwd Streets And Center Grass Grows In Streets The electronic device wouldnt Impress the fabled at The telephone man Is listening for air leaks from a pressurized telephone As part of South western Bells service improvement major aerial and under ground telephone cables In the Friendswood area art being protected from moisture traditional haeard of the telephone by pumping dehumidified air Into The air pressure inside the cables Is kept at nine pounds per square Inch to prevent moisture from entering a cable to a depth of 18 feet under water where outside water pressure and Interior cable pressure Is Continued on Pate t reviewing an engineering report the City Council agreed to set a fixed cost of for the Clear Woods Improvement participation in a planned sewage treatment Monthly costs for the districts who live In the would range from to per home for sewage based on By Don Carpenter Staff Special Tight money and Interest rates arc causing big ras for both local businesses and local A permanent street paving issue may not be sold by the City of with tower Increases In retail People are buying what they need Jack manager of Eckerd Drugs In noted that Items that people typically buy on Impulse are not More and more people are using credit too according to Dick manager of Sears In says his sales Commends against paying eight 8 percent kither interest on the tn turn city may not be paved this year as The Captains Corner tupping Center In sits with a clothing store and a theater walling to fur but the centers developer been unable to raise funds to complete tor the last six Tight Wry which has cost the developer n construction costs and Interest are Cm because the City fiscal advisor catalog Is drawing a heaving sales response but that the sales of televisions have been very People are using more credit than Shultz owner of a Mobil Service Station In says he can see the effects of tight money when car owners wait until repairs are absolutely necessary before having them People are shopping for low They come Into the station with blemished or reject tires for me to mount rather than buy a first line The weekly food Is being fought with by every family In Pearland and with several local stores to choose still travel to outlying groceries In hopes of finding lower But with gasoline prices making an Impact on the monthly gasoline credit card more and more families arc shopping local Irving owner of Minimal In Friendswood keeps ahead of rising meat prices by improving the services of his meat Delbasty says tie realizes that increasing prices are a fact of but tries to off set them bv giving the Continued on Pace 3 PEARLAND At n special meeting Monday evening City Council post final acceptance of subdivision streets paved recently under the citys participa tion paving program due to the complaint of residents that the streets were not paved Several Including former Mayor Dan appeared to complain of grass growing through the recently installed asphalt Council with Councilman Cecil Griffin to have the streets inspected again before voting on final Final acceptance of also scheduled for the was postponed as all improvements not yet 500 plus Jim City Sewer Engineering gave a total cost of operation at for 1970 and for The district would pay the city for gallons per day of sewage The Council agreed tn send the district a letter outline the Clear Woods has been directly with the Gulf Coast Waste Disposal Authority to take its offer would place the city In the middle between the district and Clear Woods Board President Ernest Kiesling has said he believes will give the district the most economical mute to take rather than paying for proportionate Continued On Page 3 Hoard President Warren opened the meeting and told the audience that had parked the hoard room In hear the budge that a notice that had been in three stores in the City had shown the hearing as July 18 instead of July Warren said that Super intendent John Ward had received word from a district Jean that legal action would be taken against the district If the Continued On Pace 3 Two Killed In Auto Accidents On FM 2351 Two Friendswood residents were killed In automobile accidents on FM over the Dead ore Tim of 107 and Douglas nf 121 Imperial Mack died when his car collied with a car driven by Dan of at the Intersection of FM 2351 and Friday Dickson was treated for Injuries and released at Memorial South east Three passengers in the car driven by Mack were taken to Clear Lake Hospital with They were his Shirley Brown Mark Lawrence of and Michael Robert of 18290 Upper Ray Mack was manager of the Village Inn Pizza in Webster and Is the assistant Ross died early Sunday morning at Methodist Hospital from injuries sustained when his car ran on to the right shoulder of FM and flipped over in a field about a mile beyond Hope Village early Saturday Thomas Melvin of South was injured In the Ross Is the son of and Douglas Action VIPs Lead Pet Parade With the prospect of obtaining additional to his the developer fores Increased costs which may not now s supported by the level of business the r can sustain in the near A local townhouse project Just outside of Is upping Its monthly charge from to because cu to cui ine at he old The trash hauler for the same project s he will stop picking up the trash If his are not Increased by August At local stores In Pearland and retailers ore finding getting but slimmer profit margins i thiy try t0 their Increasing costs Kenneth Keen Dies In Head On Collision were held last of Cleveland was Thursday at the First July g Baptist Church near Clove Pk up collided head on with He was survived by his pickup outside ot wife his three children Robin Funeral services for and David and by his parents and Earnest Keenc of Opal has been a wood resident for 26 yean and he spent many of his vacations with MARVIN 13 TV triD the Pet b Pearland on Channel 13 TV the Pet In Pearland on PEARLAND Local youngsters are being Invited to bring their favorite pets to the Little League Ball Field this July for a Pel Parade benefiting the County will be awarded the most smallest and best in appearance Infor mation about the contest promises that everybody Hosting the Pet Parade will be Marvin Zindler and Dave Houston Police Ken a Pearland will there will be an obedience demonstration by the German Shepherd Dog Club of Houston and own police dog Sam will put in an There also will be a drawing for Registration for the Parade will be from 9 to 10 Theie will be a 25 cent registration fee and all pets must be on a leash or Dogs must have rabies vaccinations and city dogs must wear The parade Is limited to children under 15 and children must be accompanied by an Judges will be Rill Toolie McComb and Hobby Further information can be had by calling 4898247 4898674 or Rain date is July Schedule Set For Hangar Flicks Mov ies for July 23 and August 6 at the William Jones Hangar in Friendswood will be Kellys Herns and Night of Dark Admission is 50 cents per person and showtime is 8 Everyone should bring your own chair or cushion to the
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