The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on August 23, 1959 · Page 11
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 11

Freeport, Texas
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Sunday, August 23, 1959
Page 11
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orlg. Cqtmty, Texaa, Sunday, August 23,195V THE BRABOSPOBT FA'.O.Tl DITHERS ASKINS VtoU Tt>\M3RK BLOHDII FT* MOUNT'S WSHAfORCf* I'VE CAUGHT YOU WITH THE EVIDENCE !J GROWING SMALLER- SAMLLER.V LZL' ABNER BALLS O'FIREH ATGRBACKV POULTICE- THAT'S TH 1 THING PER A SORE TOE ISHOWSHKREDA600D AINT NO SORE-TOG REMEDY, SNUFFY VESTIDOY.DOC "SOAK IT IN CHINA8ERW UWVES AN' SORGHUM SNUFFY SMITH Red Lion Proprieter To Judge Mustaches GEORGE CHOWDER TO JUDGE MUSTACHES Houilon H«»laur»n)«ur Hag Distinguiihvd Growth Thert'i not a better known mustache In the Houston area than that of Earl Crowder. Braiosport'n Mexican Fteitt officials consider hit upper Up growth so virile and distinguished that It marks the man who wears It as an authority on mustaches. So Crowder Is their choice to judge the still-sparse growth of Brazosport men who are competing in the muttache contest that forms part of the pro* gram ot the annual Fiesta. Crowder Is the proprleter of the tamed Red Lion Inn of Houston — reputed to be the only authentic English resUu rant tn the state. He hat accepted the invite Uon to be the judge ot the con test. He will arrive in Freeport Wednesday, . Sept. 9, in his unique vehicle — an English taxicab. The contest will be held in the Park Avenue esplanade in downtown on the night of Sept. 8. The exact time has not been scheduled, and will be announced later. It is expected to be early in the evening, however, probably about 6 pjn. Prizes are to be offered for the shapeliest and the most unusual mustache. Fiesta Chairman Ralph Ehrlich, who is himself growing « mustache but is not a contestant, says there's only two more weeks before the contest It's still open, but it would take so'm* unusual ability .to become competitive now. Ehrlich said that at this time, ere are about it known constants. The exact number will ot be known until the contest, ecause there are no formal ppllcatlons for entering the ntest. All that's needed li to low up at the proper time r the judging, It's left entirely up to the onor ot the individual not to nter a mustache that was al- !*dy growing at the start of le contest, Ehrlich said. The contest 1« one of the atures of Fiesta Week, Our- >g this week a number of bus- lesses are planning to dece-r- U In a Mexican motif, Ehr- ch said. BEETlC/WRf SNCAKVANPLAZy/ HE HAS A WET TBABA* ONTEtt «(» CAP BEETLE BAILEY TRY FAGS CLASSIFIED MY. BUT THINGS ARE DtZY/ WE I JUST WONDER IF ICOULONTHELP BRiNSONEON... HEN.SOIN' FORANICEJ 1 __h46AlK COUNTRY.' GRANDMA K» Y-AN0 f T/010« 10 •> |'-«BVWMT, •" MORE ABOUT I SfHOKITAl P6PITOf-voo eor ^ ANVMORB TAPES OM t t\.... ._ Ktn& HwroRvf-yeoTD set EARLV, OORDO toao NOW THRU TUE8. "THE HORSE SOLDIERS" JOHN WAYNE WILLIAM HOLDEN NICE AND COOL HERE Centlnnoui Shows From l:Jfl • STARTS TODAY • ONE OF THE GREAT HITS OF THE YEAR BE I JiU4 THE HOUSE OF HITS! NOW Thns Thurs, AtJG. 17 THCNl/M* SFOitSf _ IKMWCMO** rrom the most gripping and dramatic best-seller! Comlat . Fri M Anr. M "ANATOMY ol A MURDER" Admission - 75o — lie FRI. ft SAT. "THE SAD HORSE" DAVID LADD CHILL WILLS PLUS "THE LITTLE SAVAGE" SUN. te WON. "BUNDLE OP JOY" WITH DEBUK REYNOLDS EDDIE FISHES PLUS "ELEPHANT WALK" WITH ELIZABETH TAYLOR DANA ANDREWS General Becomes Iraq Strong Man • By DAVID DUGAS United PreM fatenuuknii BEIRUT (UP!) • An affable, hard-working genefal named Ahmad Saleh Al-AbdJ. reviled in a recent Communist press j attack as "big-bellied and empty-headed," isernerglngigclie number two man in theone-man government of Iraqi Premier Abdul Karim Kassera. Whether Abdi would take control in the event of Kauem's death. Western observers in Baghdad are not yet ready to guess. But k is apparent that he is the strongest man in the army, and Iraq-<!ecpite a predominantly civilian cabuwt-is a military state. . Politically, Abdi is an unknown quantity. His only apparent creed is his obviously staunch support of Kassem. So far «s outsiders know, the 46-year-old general played no active role in the coup that destroyed Iraq's monarchy and brought Kassem to power last summer. OD the day of the revolt however. Kassem named Abdi army chief of staff and military governor general. He has kept both jobs despite the heavy load and Internal strains that hay* knocked out many aimaerpott- wolutionary official. Cn the revelation's first anniversary Juljr 14, Kauem raised Abdi to. his own raak of major general. Since then, Abdi has appeared increasingly as a public figure where previously be WM seldom seat -or heard. Following the recent, bloody events in Iraq's oil capital of Kirkuk, it was Abdi who appealed to fleeing residents to "return home in security." The following day, as military governor general he warned of "severe penaklee" against anyone caught carrylic arms ofanydescriptfea. Ctt July 25, it was Abdi who ordered abolition of so-called committee* for the defense of lyse intmnl «wcnrMBt operation*. Apparently, observer* point oat, Abdi U given the job of carrying oat hard-fisted government decree* while Ki»sem abides in the rote ef beaevolaot father to the republic. Communist attacks on'ABDI bare added even mere to his prominence in the gevemueat hierarchy. Iraqi Reds pished hard for his'removal after the anti-Communist Mosul revolt of U«t Mtrch. the republic, watchdog groups set up by Communist* to para- Fast Strokers AUGUSTA, aa, CUPI) — Oen« Saraaen and Oeorge Pazla finished playlnj IS holts in one hour and 57 minutes durinj the final round of the 19« Masters dolt tournament. At the end of the week eotnw the entertainment and dinnars from which the funds tre ratted to support La tscualita-" the Little School that teaches American language and cus« tomi to Spanlsh-ipeaking pr«school children. ' Hentymeen'i Over MONTPltUWl, Vt. -(OWV -* Norman Trombley, H. was fined 125, liven a impended M day jail nentenci and placed on pro* button for hlttlni his wlfl anf tesrlnt her oeddlni dreti on their honeymoon after a "serleut difference ef opinion that tot th» honeymoon out of hand." Community Calendar FEIDAI, AUG. tt IJ:15 p.m.—Brazosport Rot- •ry Club, Port Otfe J:90 p.m.—Woman'* Aiut. Int Operatlnj Knj. Local No. 564, Union Hall MONDAX, AtJG. 24 7:10 pan.— Jajretes, Lakt Jackson club Hous* 1:80 pjB.— VFW Aux. 8»7«, Clutt 1:00 p.m.— ftttport Oddfel- lows Lodge No. 881, IOOP Building «:00 pjn.— Veltsoo Sactorn Star, Freeport TUESDAY AUGTJBT II 7:oo PJH.— Bratosport VFW 8478, VTW, ClUU 7:30 p.m.—Lake Jackson Kag- tern Btar, Masonic Hall 7:30 p.m.-K of P Quit Lodgt No. 197, K of P Hall. Valasco 7:30 pjn.— Preepon Uoni Club, Port <3»f« 7:30 p.m.—VTW Au*. ««. VFW Hall, V«laseo 7: » J>.m.-R»y Rangy Post «0, nr« Station, Clut« WEDNESDAY, AUGUST M 1J:15 pjn.—Freeport Klwanl*. Dow Hotel '< 7:30 p.m.—TrMporC Planning Commission, Freeport fflty Hall 8:00 p.m.— FOE, Surfside Road 8:00 pjn^JaycM-attts, Lake Jackson Clubhouse THURSDAY, AUGUST M 7:00 p. m Toutmastart Club, Port Caf* 7:30 p.m.—K of P Lodg* Ko. 475, K of P Hail, Freeport 7:30 p.m.—Ray Raney Post Aux. 410, Glut* 7:30 pjn.—Knight* of Oolum- bus, Council Ball, FrMport 7:30 pjn.—Preeport American Legion, Legion Hall »:00 pjn.—Preeport Rebekahs Lodg* Ko. 257, IOOF, Build* Ing • FRIDAY,.AUGUST M U:1S p.m.—Brazosport • Rotary Club, Port Cart MONDAY, AUGUST U 7:30 p.m. — Jaycees, Ukt Jackson Clubhouse 8:00 pjn.— Freeport Oddfel- lows Lodg* No. 061, IOOP Buildir.g Call rreeport BE 1.4411. Kxtenilon I-ISM fw Ustlni Presented aa a public service by THE DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY Texas Division CHOP 'N CHATTER Freeport business veeps, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Swano, Mr. and Mrs. C, A. Stringsr and Bertha -Xnans enjoying lunch tb* week at the Port Cafe. Johnny Soap seen torching at the Dow tfatet Preepon AutemxiveChief, D- ooald Ross, wife, and father- ia-law. Mr. Duke dining at Ce- cil's Cafe. Dr. Gladys Peik enjoying 1- unch a; the Dow rbbd. Mrs. W. B. Curry lunching at The Humdisger Jack Thurman and wife seen dining at Cecil's Cafe, Frits Toctner caught enjoying a Humdinger at the Humdinger Cafe. iirs. San Svasa MID havint hmch« the Chock Wsfoa. TRY OUR SUNDAY DINNERS CHICKEN • STEAKS • SEA FOODS ALSO CHILDRENS PLAtBI OPEN M HOURS PORT CAFE 218 W. PARK EK S-4M1 JUMBO HAMBtJROl&B SHRIMP MILK SHAKES SUNDAES •4KINO THE rAMtW AND A REAL TRIAT" . HUMDINGER DRIVE INN 314 HICKORY BE t-Utt FltKEPORT SNACK BAR — Fmport Bowling Lanes ONE OF AMERICA'S FINEST DINING ROOMS J he -Daw Ifiotel FREEPORT, TEXAS Danny Kaore and Barbara Bel Gcddes in a RomaUo Scene from The Great Comedian'* Latest! Picture Tb« Five Peonies". The bif attraction open* at Tbej Showboat Today lor a four-day engagement. U. S. CHOICE CHAR-BROILED STEAK* Lunches Served From 10 ajn. 'til 7 pjn. Dally CHUCK WAGON LAKE JACKSON SUNDAY DINNERS 75c & 85c MEAT 2 VEGETABLES SALAD BAR-B-Q TO GO OR LUNCHES $1-00 CECIL'S CAFE 220 SOUTH A * PREEPORT

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