The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on December 7, 1960 · Page 13
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 13

Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, December 7, 1960
Page 13
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and Brazorla County, Texas, Wed., December 7,196ft THE BBAZOSPORT PACTS Page 13 Sidney Fuqua New Day Care Inspector ' The Stats Department of public Welfare has announced the appointment of Sidney Fuqua to the Licensing Division of Child Welfare., a graduate of Southwestern Unlvorsilv with a bachelor of arts degree in philosophy, replaces Mrs. Helen EngelKe •who resigned in September. . The role'of Fuqun In the total program of the Department of Public Welfare will bo to administer the licensing pro gram In several Gulf Coas counties. The issuing of a H ccnxe to child care facilities <' i no of four services administered by the Department of Public Welfare; the other pro- Mrnnis arc Aid to Dependent Children, Child Welfare Protective Services, and Adoptive Services. The licensing program is an ncrensingly Important function .? the Child Welfare Division, rficlals say since it involves o over growing number of r-««'n r r f or children established by the Department oi Public Welfare under the licensing law. Not only do the standards attempt to assure the parents of their child's physical of workina mothers. Because well-being, such as proper nti- of the increasing number of ritlon, activity, and rest, but working mothers, the Stats as- also his emotional well-being Mimes the responsibility of protecting the children while they in this regard the licensing orker in his interviews with conducting a licensing - tive in the Houston office of Mer- stuay,. rl] , Lynch pi erc(?i Fenner and also will try to evaluate thejsmith. will be principal speaker operators ability to meet thejat the Texas Dow Institute at emotional needs of these chil-; 6:;!0 V- m - Tuesday, Dec. 20 in the , . . ; Plant B Cafeteria, dren in her care. McNniry's subject will be "In- The licensing law is a means' * Ft ,' whic| , wjn ^ a of assuring the citizens of good| child facilities, cials feel. The Division offi- Licensing Di- „, the ^ marketi sfress , ng invpstm,,^ and seCTIri . j ties He ^ be in(r0(Iuce(J by R . ,,ai,m:u irom their pa- 1 clients, : ,its, i'h is protection is expressed n terms of minimum standards mcrcial basis. Peter Pan's Christinas Story BELL. WATCHES TW6 PIABOLIC ARRANGEMENTS OF CAPTMN HOOK. MOVV, SAAE6 -A CRIMP HEKB...A TWIST...AMD WE HAVE IT! AND NOW; SMEE - EXPLAIN MOW You WILL DSLIVER HiS rq .AMTA ! I'LL THERE! ALL PEADY POR THE OOL.L.Y SENTLB.WAM S5 BLONDIE understand the n of those who Idren on a com- The worker ,in lit Disney It £)^5i 'fSw J J*% V^m |l|flll||ii||l|||||l LOOK OUT!RE COMES ANOTHER one! j Y^ ~M w vision punnsnes on a quarterly basis a list of approved nurseries for the benefit of those interested in this information. Fuciun, whose office Is in the Galvcston County Office Build- Ing in Texas City, plans to make a comprehensive study of the child care facilities in the Brazoria County area. On Thursdays of each week Fuqua can be reached at the Child Welfare Unit office in the courthouse in Angleton. 2,921 At Tex Making Stoc As the Yule season approaches this 'week, 2,921 T e xas Division employees are engaged in their own special kind of Christmas shopping. And in so doing, they are insuring Santa Claus for visits in the future. These employees are paying for stork purchases through payroll deductions under the terms of the 1960-61 Dow Employees' Stock Purchase Plan. The 2,921 persons who subscribed for stock this fall represent 49.9 per cent of the 5,853 employees eligible in the division. These 2,921 subscribers have asked for 32,118 shares of Dow stock. This is about 20 per cent of the tolal issue of 160,000 shares AnnlAtstn Mivn K. Trelchler, V1V2. I Tickets for the program will go on sale Tuesday, Dec, 13. MeNairy, 28, jmned the investment firm of Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenne>- and Smith in July, 1955. He left the company to go on active duty with the U. S. Navy from January, 195G to December, 1957. After leaving the Navy, McNalry attended Merrill Lynch's 21-month training program in New York City, then moved to Houston in :as Division k Purchases made available to all Dow divisions and certain subsidiaries and associated companies. This year shows a slight increase over last year for stock participants In the Texas Division. Last year, 2,604 employees subscribed for 25,867 shares. This represented 48 per cent out of the eligible employees nt that time. The 1960-fil Plan is the 12th such offering made by Dow to its employee* since 194S. This year the stock was priced in the Plan at $61.75 a share. The price WHS set on the day when Dow stock closed at 72^ on the market Payroll deductions for the stock began in November, with- payments to be completed in August, 1961. Hourly employees pay $1.48 weekly and salaried employees pay $2.96 bt-weekly. WELL,THATS'ARDW SURPRISE; LAD.'.'— MESCMOOUSGCNE BANKRUPT.'?' WHUT SUBJEC.KS DIDVO TEACH? VO' LOOKS ROTTEN, MISTAH MAY I PRESENT ONE OF DICKENS' SLIMIEST CHARACTERS FAGIN -FROM OLIVER TWIST- POCKET-PICKIN; PURSE-SNATCHH' •OOSE-BREAKIN'AN'TH'UKE. — V THINGS WS GOIN'WELU— UNTIL TV DROVE ME HbUT OF BUSINESS.'.%= !ft-i LIL' ABNER (SNIP) I WISH IT vVUZ ME INSTEflP OF "OL BULLET NOPE--I RECKON HE'S LOST FER GOOD THIS TIME, MflW (SNIF-SMIF) DID VE FIND VCRE OL'. DOG PAW? SNUFFY SMITH DO YOU HAVE A PICTURE OF YOURSELF WAY BACK <*., -rur>ri«f DAV*^ ? ' I'VE BEEN TRYIN T U IMAGINE WHAT YOU I. AQA I ...BUTIHAPT'GIVEUP, I— AS IT MADE MY HEADACHE.' \- GRANDMA HE WA6 pSACfiCALLV BORN IN THE HOvV LOH6 HAS SARSE BEEN :N THB ARMY, OH... THEN MAV3E HE WASN'T jusr BBIN& SARCASTIC BETTLE BAILEt s Found Dead An Angleton construction worker! led of a heart attack at his ome about 11 p.m. Monday, i ccording to Justice of the Peace' Robert F. Potts. : Edward A. Broussard of 203 ; "forth Cannon was found dead in bathroom of his residence, j udge Potts said he was called i t 1:35 a.m. Tuesday aild deliver- 1 ••d an inquest verdict of death by atural causes, heart attack. He >aid after investigating the case e also consulted with a local hysician , concerning the cause t death. Judge Potts said Broussard was I years old, and was employed y the Brazos Construction Company. Although eyeglasses are said o have been invented In the 13th Century, the Roman emperor Nero carried an emerald lens which he used as an eyeglass while watch- ng chariot races. HM TO WEAR HIS CMLIAM CLOTHES TOWN GORDO Options permit subscribers to j take early delivery on stock by prepaying any balance on or after Feb. 27, 1961. If a hummingbird foils off perch in the dark, it can't find its way back on again. WIliLBE CLOSED TUESDAY WED., THtmS,, FRIDAY "Desire in the Dust" and attended the University New York graduate school. REA'S Super Mkt HIGHWAY 288 * Phone AN 5-5522 * (FORMERLY LANIER'S GRO.) FOOD SPECIALS FOR THURS., FBI. & SAT. BOLOGNA SAUSAGE TENDER CROWN ROAST LEAN BONELESS STEW MEAT HORMEL'S BUDGET SLICED Hamburger 7-STEAK 49 BACON . 43 MOHAWK WEINERS Lb. Cello Pkg. UNCLE WILLIAMS 3 Cans PORK & BEANS 25° STAR FTRE LUNCH MEAT LITE FLUFF BISCUITS TOP KICK DOG FOOD BEST MAID SALAD DRESSING FLOUR 29 BAMA APPLE BUTTER ELCOB TOILET TISSUE ORANGES 39 POTATOES 39 PROMISE A GIFT CERTIFICATE A delightful ornamental'gift car tificate is yours free. Doubles as a Christmas card and a color chart showing the Princess phone colors: pink, blue, white, turquoise, beige. IT'S LITTLE... IT'S LOVELY... IT LISHTS FOR CHRISTMAS Here's a Christinas surprise that's a year-round reminder of your thought- fullness . . . the new, glamorous Princess telephone, 'Die Princess is Kttle, only 8)4 inches wide and 8J4 inches long, a real space- saver. It's lovt'ly, with its modern oval shape and trim lines. It lighte, with a special dial light that glows softly in the dark, lights up brightly whea you lift the receiver. Just think how 'your "someone special" would love a Princess phoae. T« arrange for Princess phone service, just call the telcpliona business office. Or ask any telephone serviceman. SOUTHWESTERN BELL. Call by number . . . it's twice as fast

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