The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on August 21, 1959 · Page 5
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 5

Freeport, Texas
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Friday, August 21, 1959
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n , X JttJS Teli- HER ABOUT* WAuWF WHO SCRIMPED AND SAVED fORAMINKANDTHEN »—• FOUND OUT SHE WAS ALLERGIC TO FUR r—', THAT ' WONT CHANGS ,tH "3 HE " IjS T MIND *BLONDIE LIL' ABNER GREAT SCOTT/TIT'S MOUNT IM DMRM. WORRIED ABOUT _ AUNTIE? 3r"Vir s%._iy \^ ™,ENHEWENTUPON ™'RIDGE WHILE IWUZ FIXIN HIS BREAKFAST AN* HES BEEN GLUED THAR W WHOLE BLESSET DAY-HE MUST BE POWERFUL TROUBLED IN HIS MIND Wi ^, -Cesftte nLGOUP AN'SEE WHAT AILS HIM, AUNTIE ^SNUFFY SMITH TRY FACTS CLASSIFIED T/80T. GfiNE HILLERS New Recruiter AF Recruit Off ice Is Opens Here The US Air Force announces he opening of a Brazoria Count Air Force Recruiting Office, >cated in the Old Courthouse at Angleton. The new office will be manned by T/Sgt. Gene A. Millers, a native of Brazoria County Sgt. Millers is now living in »r Fiscal Year Cutter Makes 62 Calls From the list of statistics ',?? U £, by the Coast °u«d Utter Dione, it would appear :at the vessel and the Coast uard are a worthwhile invest- ent for American taxpayers. During the fiscal year «nd- i* June 31, the Dione received . total of 62 assistance calls, nvolving 108 persons directly and many more Indirectly. In these cases, where the coast Guard was called on to provide protection of life and P !i 0p ! r & the P r °Perty consisted of 56 fishing vessels, three motor vessels, and one aircraft, Of the vessels assisted, twoi had run out of gas, one had no water, 31 had engine or equipment failures, and five were otherwise disabled. There, was one collision and two vessels aground. One was refloat- d and towed to port. i The majority „• ti, e yussclt Misted were repaired at the :ccne or given water, etc. Dione -•rew member were unable to yepair 12 of the others and i ™f were tow ' d • total o* 1,708 miles. Eighteen persons received i emergency medical treatment.! Most of these were fishermen 1 in the Campeche area where! f, e are no other medical fa-1 *4 for hun< Jred« of miles.) e Dione also received three caus to search for men fallen overboard. Of these, one was located and recovered. Demand Meters Were Domestic Yl« OUT! f HBteA / X. KNOW BMT rr _. "— » •• TAI)1£ 1IJ Clute with his wife, Betty, and their four sons. He enlisted in the Air Force in 1941 and his first duty assignment was In Hawaii where he arrived shortly before Pear Harbor. Sgt. Hillers will be available at the Freeport City Hall on Monday and Wednesday afternoons to give information on technical training for men and women, pilot and navigator training, direct commissions military obligations, re-enlistment opportunities and general information about the Air Force. Cooper Resigns Credit Union Job Kara Cooper, treasurer and office manager of the Texas Dow Employees Credit Union! since October, 19S8, has re- ! signed to accept the position a» ! A news Hem appeared in tht Aug. 7 edition of the Fact stating that J. L. Donaghey o° f the Comamnitj ,. Service Company o Columbia had appeared oetore the Brazoria City Coun -" to request permission to re move three demand meters Ir °n» Brazoria business places The Item should have read that the three meters to be removed were domestic meters There has been no action by Donaghey to remove demand meters now installed In Brazoria business places. | general manager of Eagle* Island Company Inc., of Lake' Jackson. ' Cooper, who U also mayor! of Lake Jackson, will be te-' placed by a committee appoint-' ed to seek a new office man- T. Barthelmesi, credit i union president, said of Coop-1 er, "We regret his leaving ouri organization but wish him well! in his new position." ' FBI & SAT. "THE SAD HORSE' DAVID LADD CHILL WILLS HiIIS "THE LITTLE SAVAGE" ITS TOO SIS T" UETINMY REFRIGERATOR' AM.TH AIR CONOITIONEB SHOULD CHILL nrMCEW/; GRANDMA S lAve MEtWt EVER TRV iT/A AND SOU IKE fti.gAG.L0 WITH A SNAKE iH, VOOP MOUTH.' M CALLBDA •BWOBBAf SUN. * HON. "BUNDLE OP JOY WITH DEBBIE BEYJJOLr EDDIE FISHER —-PLUS—- 3LEPHAN. WALK" WITH ZABETH TAV101 DANA ANDREWS agcr. W. LOWER YOUR FOOD COSTS I SHRIMP ff\ Medium 3U New Lb. 110-5-lb. BOXES PER CASE. MINIMUM ORDER 1 CASE TEXA FLOR PRODUCTS, INC. I tte*port U Te:tM 0rth phona BE 3-3800 ' , Hour,: Weekday, t a^to 5 ^-Sundays 1 to « pjn. nil Gulf BivflraSHna Velaaeo Fort Otflee •rag* a FORMAL OPENING OF GRAY'S HWY. 288 5 MUes South of Angletoa SATURDAY, AUG. 22 DANCE TO THE MUSIC OP RED NOVAK AND THE SUNDOWNERS 9 P.M. $2.50 Per Couple Community Calendar FRIDAY, ADO. 21 ti:l5 p.m.—Brtzosport Rat- try Club, Port Cafe 7:30 pjn.~ Women « Aux. Int. Operating tog. Local No. 5«, Union Hall MONDAY. AUG. M (:3o pjn.— Jaycees, Lake Jackson Club House 7:30 p.m.— VFW Aux 8576 Clute J:00 p.m.— Freeport Oddfel- lows Lodge No. 8S1, IOOF Building 8:00 p.m.— Velasco Eastern Star, Freeport TUESDAY AUGUST U 7:00 pjn.— Brazosport VFW M78, VFW, Clute 7:30 p.m.—Lai« Jackson Eastern Star, Masonic Hall 7:30 p.m.—K of P Gulf Lodge No. 1»7, k. of p Hall, Vel&KO 7:3o PJB.— freepon Llom Club, Port Cafe 7:30 p.m.—VFW Aux. 4341 VFW Hall, Velasco 7:30 p.m.—Ray Raney Post 410, Fire Station, Glut* WEDNESDAY:, AUGUST 2* Mil's -.pjn.—Freeport mwaai*. Do* Hotel • • 7:30 p.m.—Freeport Planning Commteslon, Freeport City " Hall . 8:00 p.m.- FOE,. •Surfsids' Road . ' ;. 8:00 pjn.—Jaycee-ettes, Lake Jackson Clubhouse •-;-.,. THURSDAY, AUGUST Z7 7:0o p.. m. — Toastmastar'i Club, Port Cafe 7:30 p.m.—K of P Lodge No. 475, K of P Hall, Freeport 7:30 p.m.—Kay Ran«y p os t Aux. 410; Clute 7:30 pjn.—Knlghte of Colum,bus, Council Hall, Frteport 7:30 pjn.—Freeport American Legion, Legion Hall 8:00 p.m.—Freeport Rebekahi Lodge No. 257, IOOF Building . . . FRIDAY, AUGUST S* 12: IS pjn.—Brazosport Rotary Club, Port Cafe MONDAY, AUGUST 11 7:30 p.m. — Jayceei. Lax* Jackson Clubhouse 8:00 pjn.— Freeport Oddfel- lows Lodge No. Ml, IOOF Building ' Call Freeport BE 3-4411. Extension J-2506 far LUttog Presented as a publlo wrvlc* by THE DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY Texas Division TRY FACTS CLASSIFIED^ _ — COOL COMFORT Contlnuoiu Shows From 1:30 arnTirnTiTTfi • TODAY AXD SAT. * BIG THRILL SHOW 2 STUNNING HITS "Killer Shrews" AND "Giant Gila Monster" Oheck and you'll S&Q RDRD BE J JSM THE HOUSE OF HITS! 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