The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 5, 1957 · Page 17
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 17

Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, June 5, 1957
Page 17
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BBITLE KNOW I SEW EVER'STITCH m MAN SNUFPYPUTS ON HIS BACK SOS SYBIL BALLS O'RRCH "s Aawc I 60T ON .WO-WHAT __ WANTITFCRi M \'t T ' >l* >'"l ' £"••*>) ~ >' f&fQify » jj, 'i_.a% -f i> IS* Freeport Vote Is Delayed loir Flood Control Study Import councilmett voted Mottdiy nidit to fioid 6ff en their approval of a proposed £«£»«** study until they Bfta gut Bow much are* it oav-' erl, BrtJW fftuch It i« golhg Id co«i, aftd h6w much Freeport WOUld have to pay. TK* eouftdl had heen asked w approve a resolution asking the Bra»gport Area Planning commission to conduct a survey 6f drainage control, flood relief, tad storage of flood wa- t*M fieeded by -the southern paft el fifatoria County^ Tte proposal of this study Md Weft made by members of me Lake Jackson City Council « thMf last regular meeting. Frasport councilmen wanted toJfflbW «Jhe southern part Of •«»»jnj«»k it so, they might J*ffiE$*% .'2"? £""? *" HffMUtM i think that's too much territory," Mayor Jim Russel said. Herb teinert, director of public wotks, was worried a- Bout arjothef aspect. From hi* ... knowledge of drainage work, he !|* „ said, the engineering studies }?A5 Called for in the resolution Heooa , THtJttg. pftt Iron Petticoat NOW 8HOW1NO MMKVM immm 1/ElASCO i W • MM -»•«-- m NOW SHOWING NOW SBOWma AKAXDra — THRILLLVa nMUTCT MOONBA6B Fin — JOHN IRELAND •FAST AND FURIOUS* MOW aUOWINQ PtirpleHlask i-srn rtoNYOumi IPIM-MICKXT «oomnr 'MAGNDICENT KOL'QBNKCIUr •AT. WD • NITE SHOW AT Tm *MMI wunrooa co Drainage District, who«e sole obligation *»l drtinage. It 'wag femert's apiniott that ' district should at th * "*•"••*- M.V* i>i titc * COUIUIIUI1 might cost in the neighborhood of $50,000. He warned also- that according tp the system of assessment set u*> by the' Area Planning Board, Freeport was footing the i bill for 67 percent of the Area: Flanders' ooerntional costs. CiQr Commissioner DeOtville' Evans bridled at this. "1 dis-j agree with that percentage, U thiflk Freeport U paying more i than it* share," he said. | Telnert pointed out that the I south half of Freeport wa« entirely protected by Jevesi, aftd that-most of the rest of Brazil was served by the Velas- Couhcllmert approved Cott' missiohcr Dick Hclpinstill'* tito- tlon that the city hold up tlieir of the project until the city knew more about the arta Graduates Feted By Final Portias t *»*»*»» iv • *»** f>£iuuiB uuuoreu hec datightef, Judy, recently with an We creara suppet served in the, back yard 6f their home. Following the party left of the guests •weat to a movie "t*ther. Mr. and Mrs* LeRoy Bafcelo bonere'd their daughter, Fran.' cis, with a party the night af* On Oec. 27, 1776, George Washington was made dictator ot the United States—the onlj ,, f wri fcytffi* t« Sftrt". t&rti A si* i bundle carfte the . Allie Mobleyt W en May 24 in the' H Lynn*, faff Bra*osport Memorial Only about thfM Sunshine Specials and Fathers Day Special* 1 -12 FOOT Boat Kit One Year To Pay 7.50 $7A&: Reg. 119.95 74 JACOB C. Schultt, BT-J, returned io dutr recntilr •<in iptnding 30 days ham* on Urr* from ih» Havr. ScbuUi would b*T« b«» a 1955 gradual* of Braioiport High School had h« not joined the Navy. Howerer, he continued hit itudies thioujh the Aimed Forces Institute and received his diploma in December, 195«. He it the ion of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob SchutU of Freepori. Dealers Loan Cars To Aid Program Of Drivers' Training Three new car dealer* in Freeport have been presented Highway Safety Awarda by the Texas Automo.ive Dealers Association for their contribution to traffic safety through lending of automobiles for driver training purposes during the put school year. j The dealers who have aided In this program are Boss Motor , Company, Curry Motor Com- i pany, Inc., and Wright Motor' Sales Company, ait who have loaned cars to the Brazosport Independent School District, j There has been an increase this year in the number of • dealers who have loaned CMS; to schools, and an estimated! $1,000,000 has been invested in > automobiles for this purpose.; Beta Sigma Piii Meets A program in observance of National Poem Week was given al the last meeting of the season of the Nu Mu Chapter of Beta Sigma Hit held recently at the home of Mrs. U W. Carmen. AfUr members read their '(vnrite selections, r'.i'rcin- nenU were served by Mrs. Froy Frioel and Urs. F, T. Mnsworth. "*.< Outboard Motors - ^ yr |% 40U 1-10A113 10 H. P. MOTOR 1 Tear To Pay 10.00 DOWN. New Keg. 325.00 1 - 10A114 16 H. P. MOTOR ^Z7«J 1 Year To Pay $10.00 DOWN Beg. 367.00 $ 29 95 l-7!/2 R Pi Scott Atwater $ SPECIAL USED - WORTH 110.00 6 MONTHS TO PAY 89 00 NORELCO ELECTRIC SHAVER Reg. 2195 SPECIAL $|QOO EXTRA SPECIAL on RADIOS & PHONOGRAPHS Firestone HiFi • 4 Speed Radio - Phono Reg. 94.95 SALE PHILCO TABLE RADIO Reg, 19.95 SALE ALL TRANSISTOR PORTABLE RADIO Reg. 49.95 SALE $7ft Modal E808 . ; &8H8ffi!? wssffsg^imvH, 3-T Super-Cushions '•9§ft . ^^wmim"* w*f»-f*r "•* ^ liur • ^^^ fadnagf- foMtiat F fmr • ««l of four 3-USED RECORD PLAYERS - CHEAP 2-USED GAS STOVESES 3 - WASHING MACHIN ALL SIZES and TYPES USED PASSENGER & TRUCK TIRES GOOD/YEAR STORES - m f ABPOtf IWN VILLACJS ?BBBPOBT W ifllfflT^^^

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