The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on August 3, 1962 · Page 2
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PAOB 4 Editorial—Adv.—BE 3-3511— Classified—BE 3-2*11 THE BRAtOSPORT FACTS BRAZOSPORT AND BRAZORIA COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, AUOUST I, 1»« ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES SPEEDSTER UNVEILED — Donald Campbell drives his rebuilt Bluebird on track at Goodwood, England. He plan, to try for world land speed mark In Australia in KM. H* uy> the vehicle to Reared for a speed much tn excess of 400 miles an hour. LATIN LOOK — Among new fall fashions It this cocktail hat formed by crown of rhinestones topped by drum of black felt. Creation !• by Cesara Canesn of Romt. WHAT TO DO NOW?— Sp.rky the bear cub view. «n upnide-down tortile at Jungleland, an animal «oo at Thouiand Oaki, Calif. Turtle wan turned ever by »1 attendant for • photographer HIM! Sparky obliged by poking lt» now Into the situation. TO RUSSIA-The Re*. Donald V. Robert, of Tonawanda. N. Y., - has been appointed to verve a« a full' Mm* Prote.tant chaplain tc the CONTROL BUILT-A foundry Joiner work, e«i oak keyboard of the 53-beH carillon being boiit X Louohtwouoh, England, «or Washington, D. C, C*biedr»t COOL COOL WATER— WHIIam Edward Cobble. S month., bea« Hi* hea* in LotricvWe, Ky, by b»infl taken tor a d*p >« park wadinfl pool. B« obvUxxiy »n/cyed It. WHO'S WHO — Colin Gibbi, 22-ytar-old Birmingham, England, student, let. driver, near Kansa. City know who he It ai he hitchhikes we.tward across country. SAME HANDLE — Meet the Bob Millers, tmrlers for the New York Met.. Posing at Polo Grounds au Robert L, t*<*i * righthander, and southpaw Robert G, HARD WAY TO START — Apprentice Vicente Perocha ftnds himself t« a position definitely not recommended by Spanish toreadora. He suffered a non-serious injury to his leg when it WM caught by bvrTi born during a pa»e in Madrid bullring. SMALL SHOW — The mHe lad? balanced ate* sea lion's nose la only a doll but It draws the youngetere' attention to circus performing in Aachen, West Germany. LEADS GROUP— Dr. Minnie C. Miles, a University of Alabama professor, to the new president of the ' National Federation of Bu.mese and Profes.lon*4 Worn.*, NEW AND THE OLD— A streamlined express of the Japan National Railroad passes regular commuter train during trial run near Tokyo. The express, designed f ON THEIR TOES — Latest faihion offering for Wett German female teenager* are thetc ahoei with fc- <l CHECKING A CROP uHwhr.v Premier Khrushchev and Deputy Premier Anastas Mikoyan, right, plagued by state of Soviet sgritulturs, >xainm. winter wheat at ixperi-

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