The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 5, 1957 · Page 12
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 12

Freeport, Texas
Issue Date:
Wednesday, June 5, 1957
Page 12
Start Free Trial

LUCKY SIVEN fOOO ITORI BRAZORIA FOOD MARKET O'BANNON'S FOOD STORE • AK8LSTOK, FREEPORT SUPER MARKET , IHBtaft, »-.... • These Valun Good Thuri., Fri. and Sot. CALIFORNIA LONG WHITE H«M» Grown Urjn, tnttt EGGS 37 Le Grond* Cut OMEN BEANS 2 "tf 25c TOMATO JUKE Deodorant 46-Oi. POTATOE 10 IBS. FOR 25c r««KERS.^ 2Se DIAL SOAP 2 !S35e CHERRIES ...;»- 1$e ; ^j@E. ; .l..s- Cm I ACC M-O«. o-v i/nA'ii^r * N..101 ^^ ''•*&&£•#'.' SOIL-OFF ...•„...«* 37c 20e Off Rtg Pried—BO INSTANT COfFEE For r>um;«af StBflBSW 1 —--^r--A-z^ra^i-r-,r v*7~^g KRAFfm Bl65e^ Long Groin roneV Pahto RICE ftllc 2 Lb. Box V A, Summer 12-0*. 21c COOKED^SAUMI -49= BACOM p^49 e U S G««tJ ftfcr laif lOtoaftt U69^ 'l£lS^OOD; , CARNATION JUNOK OR niauuit comet One Can Free when you buy two at regular price! Red Heart Cat Food 3 ji-ot. Lunch Meat • • ~ 2-23' ri BLEACH L V \ ;fei « ' ; ,1 • ^ : I *• ix--** Another New Lucky Seven Store ~ " MILK «-*• SJIIIiMARXET <TGOMERY RD, - . .... j. ^» (NT^AMf t -«,T R \, ". '.T^ Coptfol Visit Nets Vktory For Mmwt fit CHMHlt ft. WeeWMI , , ehaftcelk* ttonrad Ade'nAutt at West Gfirmtny ap*ea« 1ft tt«ve won * btf vietoty as tt« rwult of his visit to Washington last wgelt. " •Flfti, fie hs» succeeded in establishing i flrm link Be. tweeft th* unification <tf tilt- many affd »fty disarmament agr*wn*nt with Soviet ftu«ia. Secondly, fct Ha* put himself in jiositioft to block any attempt to iAcltffie Wist G*r- ftiarty id * diiafttiament treaty until the Soviet goverffltteflt agrees to uWft«iti6n. Hence Adenauer seems deafly to hav« Wide hirttseH tn* key figure in the atttrnpt of the westefil 41158* to reduce tension in relation* with Rus-> sis. Joint Cofflttunlqu* the joint communique which President ElsWihwMf aftd Adenauer i«u*d iit the end of thetf taifcs last wtefc tiid: "... . Ttw ending a u«wt- ural and uhjUkt division of Germany it t major objeetiv« . . of th* two government*. ermsny Murt te united. . ." Pending a disarmament igreemeftt, West G*rt«»ny will continue to re*r(n as rapidly as possible. —If the current disarmartient negotiations ifl l-ondan succeed in providing the first step toward* dlsarniament treaty, the German unification problem muat be settled before a comprehensive treaty is negotiated. I Adenauer"! supplemented this by laying at « press conference that West Oeftuany would not be Included In any "first step" disarmament agreement. A*(ial ln«p«etl<>rt Secretary of State John toiler Dulles acknowledged in * press conference next day' that Adenauer was in a position to refuse the Inclusion of West Germany in such an agreement. Russia already Has proposed, in the London negotiations, an aerial inspection zone including Germany as part of the first step. Dulles said that the agreement would be imperiled if Russia now insisted on that. Dulles seemed to hint also that Adenauer's firm ponltion might alter the course of the negotiations. • . o - — • 70 Students Will Go Jo College Seventy it(/dent« out of the 102 Associate in Arts graduates at the Wbartatt County Junior College will continue their education In senior college, a survey of the class reveals. The University of Texas and Sam Houston State College will draw more than half the group, and the other* will be scattered In colleges throughout the state. Plans of the other 32 in the graduating class sra indefinite, and It is probable that Some of these also, will enroll in senior colleges this summer or next fall. • Among the outstanding athletes who will transfer to senior colleges are Mike Brouse, football, who will go to A. & ?., Bill Holcombe, high point man in basketball, who will io to Centenary College, Shrevc- port, La.. John Pundt, football. Texas, or one, of the Teacher*' Colleges; Jimmy RetUg, football, A. it M. College; .J«ckt« Robertson, football. A. & iTte Texas; Elbert Sellers, foothill. , • Sam Houston. Boy Run Over Twics By Auto PRYOR, Mont. —«— S«*J. mtr Red Star, eight-ye*r-o]4 Crow Indian, thowirt no ill effects after txiag run over twice by the MUM car in oq» day. Red Star hitched his sled behind a car driven by Fred Bird Hat, also a Crow. Bird Hat who did not kijQW the boy had hitched on, stopped and backed up. -Th« boy slid off the sled and a rear wheel passed over bit body. Several persons witnessed the accident and began shouting «t Red Hit. He thought He was going to back into something so he pulled forward and again the wtt«*( pa*s*d over the boy. Red Star WK rushed to ttta hospital. Although shaken, h« was proclaimed in sound c<m- dition. ' HAOIQ-ACTIV* WBBPI ST. PAJIfo s^lfe. University of BUnnesoU farin campus scientists told a Farm Ho«e Week aiidience they wili| spray w • e 4« with a r»dia-»ctiv« cfaemictt.we^-killer, A Gieflfr counter will be used to dctftrmt la* bo.* far and ftst th* w*«d, kilisr moves into the roots. " -£.•>.

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free