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Brownfield News (Newspaper) - November 21, 1982, Brownfield, Texas Vilcho fill Center inc. To Box. 4-5436 Calus to. 75246 Texas press association amp i Yhvh uld d to kid sundays Brownfield lists 067-880 Brownfield. Texas news sunday november 21, 1982 volume 78 no. 93 3 sections 20 pages 251 National the apartment Complex has been on the councils Agenda for the past three sessions because it has drawn opposition from citizens of the area who have presented a number of reasons for opposing the project. Kirby Rogers representing Rogers construction company appeared before the Council to request annexation of the land As an r-3 zone which would allow the apartment Complex to be in the area which is 660 feet by 440 feet. The land is presently just outside the City limits of Brownfield. Ralph Carter the present owner of the land and his business manager Tom Hart were also at the session. City attorney Bill Mcgowan ii pointed out that As present owner of the land Carter would also have to make application to the City for the annexation of the property. Hart noted that according to the terms of the contract Between Carter and Rogers the contract will not be valid unless the area is annexed and utilities Are provided by the City for the Complex. Rogers spent some time before the Council presenting the details of the project which included a sketch of the apartments and a plat. If it is built the Complex will be called a Timber Ridge of Brownfield Quot and will consist of 160, one and two bedroom units see apartments. Page 6a councilman asks for citizen input Brownfield City councilman Bobby Knight following thursday mornings City Council session asked for opinions on the proposed 160 unit apartment Complex on the Southeast Side of Brownfield being planned by Roger a construction company of Brownfield. Local citizens who want to give an opinion on the project should present it in writing to Bobby Knight 1613 e. Cardwell. Brownfield. Seagraves Highway Accident Ley Causseaux was taken to Bryc by a Friday morning after being involved i vehicle Accident with a pickup driven b Hamm of Wellman. Mrs. Causseaux a the above 1979 Cadillac. Homer Cam in the Ladilla Dent. Hamm who Violet pickup was als tried in the area of Graves Highway about commissioners she discuss jail problem by Lynn Brisendine Brownfield news publisher the Terry county commissioners met thursday morning in special session to discuss a recurring problem the need to have a Deputy on duty at All times at the jail. Judge Chesshir informed the court that Robert Paterno chairman of the Texas jail standards committee had visited the county jail late wednesday and had found no Jailer on duty. Paterno later called the sheriff and complained about the situation. According to state Laws there must be a Jailer on duty at All times. Brownfield r crime line information inc. 637-7878 Chesshir bet Jan by stating to a part Tim sheriff Ralph i Urry Quot you Are hour Gay the sheriff to it a were elected longer the and you know w hat the Law is. I count 6xd0ct you to so e that the Law is Pruitt the carried out. Instances commission a Delton Gregg faces due be talked about arise fron f la in Saeei Vii Inis Feiore i i i Murry have see a More he Loun t before. Here than Ever first the judge i told the court t interrupted and hat there were Pep h four deputies Ai id two jailers Murry Quick a pointed out Brown that two of them i were often out have a pc of town and lid that the monday i denuded were ii to and out. Get the by the judge broke in with girls a Quot we have got to i cover this we underway do not want a Lav to suit there has Tnp i to be a Jailer thei re at All Tahoka in commission a Keesee then monday i asked the she a off what he play at 7 wanted Murry i replied Quot i need 300 Reward for. The Brownfield crime information inc. Will pay a Reward of $300 for information leading to the arrest and indictment of the person or persons involved in the theft of four wire spoke wheel covers which were taken off of a vehicle while it was parked on the East Side of the first Baptist Church. This theft took place on wednesday 11-10-82. 300 Reward for. The Brownfield crime information inc. Will pay a Reward of $300 for information leading to the arrest and indictment of the person or persons involved in the burglary of a pick up on monday 11-15-82. The pick up was parked at the country Good times club parking lot. Taken from the pick up were a Smith amp Wesson 12 gauge shot gun and a . Higgins .22 Caliper Rifle. 300 Reward for. The Brownfield crime information inc. Will pay a Reward of $300 for information leading to the arrest and indictment of the person or persons involved in the burglary of a vehicle that was parked by general Telephone on seventh and Tate. Taken from a 1966 Ford Bronco were a Volt meter 30 feet of White Nylon Tow rope three feet of Chain with Hooks 50 feet it Inch Nylon rope and a High lift trailer Jack. This occurred on wednesday 11-17-82 Between 8 . And 5 . Councilmen Blear pros cons on apartments Jake Geron plans retirement businesses state Holiday intentions the majority of Brownfield businesses will be closed on thursday in Observance of thanksgiving As will the Brownfield City Hall and the Terry county courthouse. The courthouse will also be closed Friday however the City Hall will be open As usual the Day after thanksgiving. The following businesses will be open thanksgiving Day Furr s supermarkets Pettigrew amp son Conoho station by bump a Fina to a.rn.-6 .Alco 1-6 . And or. Burger. Bus band excellent the Brownfield High school Quot spirit of the Plains Quot band competing in the state marching contest in Austin tuesday received a ii or Quot excellent Quot rating from the contest judges. The bus band which is directed by Rob and Barbara Lovett was chosen to go to the state marching contest after receiving a Quot Superior Quot rating in the Uil contest in Lubbock two weeks ago. The bus band want one of 28 class 4a bands from across Texas marching in the contest. The businesses listed will be closed on thanksgiving Day and in some cases on Friday also As Given. First National Bank Brownfield state Bank Brownfield savings amp loan City of Brownfield county of Terry thursday amp Friday ene Gas company thursday amp Friday general Telephone co. Thursday amp Friday Amoco production co. Thursday amp Frida Anthonys. Massos Collins his a hers. Philos Cagle a Bayless Sears Copeland Shelton a Lindsey a Sears Roebuck Western Auto staudte a jewelry Kelsay Blacklock Darwin Ford Plains motor co. Brownfield news v amp l Home furnishings Sprouse Reitz Cowboy store Kentucky Fried Chicken Flowers etc., the carpet shop cub drive in thursday Monda Brownfield see Holiday. Page 6a co. Bale count passes 30.000 As of noon Friday the 1982 Terry county Bale count had reached 30,029 according to figures compiled by the Texas employment commission. In t addition to it i the announce Council session concer Ned the ment by City manager Jake proposed apartment Complex Geron of his re assignation see planned i by Rogers c on Struc Story on Page one of this Don it Manv in the area of edition the Prin nary item on the Cheryl or. And Webb St. On agent a of thursday a City Brown f held s Southeast Side. Geron announces retirement plans Floydada on Jan. I 1948 As meat inspector and also worked in the City tax office. Geron served in those positions until feb. I 1952 when he became City Secretary. Following the adoption of the City charter in nov. 1953, Geron became assistant City manager on Jan. I 1954 under he assumed his present Dos lion on via i 1966. In making his announce ment Geron also recommended that assistant City manager Dick Fletcher be promoted to see Geron. Page 6a at the conclusion of thursday morning s City Council session Brownfield City manager Jake Geron announced his retirement and resignation As of Jan. 31, 1983, after serving More than 35 years with the City in announcing his retirement Geron simply said that the time had come for him to step Down. He thanked the councilmen and All of the people he had worked with through the years for their support. When Geron retires in Jan. 31, he will have served the City 35 years one month. He came to Brownfield from caught smoking William Atzbach Robert blood rid Marcus Bermea were caught Quot guilty Quot of smoking n Square thursday and spent 15 minutes in jail punishment during the Quot great american Smoka out p the Yac youth against cancer organization at by jailers holding the boys captive Are left to rights Stacy Hoch Tammy Hatton and Paige Mccutcheon smoking on the Square had the Choice of either up minutes in jail or donating 25c to the american cancer f a Yac chapter collected $102 during the Day for cant is t

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