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Monday, August 7, 2017

Monday, August 07, 2017 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 32, No. 147 Monday, August 7, 2017
Fatality: Funeral service is pending at Pace-Stancil Funeral home in Dayton for a longtime Dayton resident who died as a result of injuries in a vehicle crash Saturday. Charles Edward Gates died at the age of 70. The wreck was at the intersection of Linney Creek and state Highway 321 in Dayton. No police report was available, but we learned from a witness, that an 18-wheeler transport truck plowed into an SUV. That vehicle then spun around and hit the vehicle driven by Mr. Gates. He had to be extricated from the wreckage and was airlifted by Lifeflight to a Houston Hospital. He died at the hospital or while en-route there. Mr. Gates is the brother of a well known Dayton past member of City Council and community leader. Eliza Mae Guidry is the sister of Charles Gates.
Anti Theft Tips: Liberty Police Chief Thomas Claunch offers some reminders about how to protect your belongings while shopping, dining or at other public places. When dining out, do not place a purse or jacket over the back of your chair. Don’t leave cell phones, lap tops or tablets unattended at your table. When you are shopping, police say don’t leave your purse or wallet unattended. When you are at work, it is recommended to keep purses or wallets in a drawer. Don’t leave them under a desk. Finally, Chief Claunch says to keep a list of all credit and ID cards in a safe place at home along with the card number and customer service phone numbers in the event you need to cancel the account on a card that has been stolen.
Refuge Hunts: Stuart Marcus, Refuge Manager for the Trinity River National Wildlife Refuge announces they have listed the 2017/18 hunting opportunities on their website. The application period for ALL hunts run from today to Sept 2. The application fee is $25. The fee is $15 for hunters 65 years and older and $15 for hunters with a disability that meets the state definition. Fully completed applications, with a check or money order, should be mailed and made payable to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, PO Box 10,015, Liberty, TX 77575. The public drawing for all hunts is on September 8 at the refuge office on FM 1011.
Football Programs: The Liberty Lions Club is taking ads for the 2017 Liberty Panther football program. Deadline is August 11th. Ad’s can be dropped off at Clawson Printing or to a Lions Club member. For information, call 936-346-4792.
**************************************************** Obituaries: Funeral service were held yesterday for Jean Elizabeth Lagow, 67, of Anahuac. Funeral services were held on Sunday, August 6, 2017 at the First Baptist Church of Anahuac. ****************************************************
*Lake Release: 1,500 CFS – Liberty Bridge 7.26 ASL*


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