The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on December 8, 1960 · Page 14
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 14

Publication:
Location:
Freeport, Texas
Issue Date:
Thursday, December 8, 1960
Page:
Page 14
Start Free Trial
Cancel

and BrMoria County, Texas, Thurs., Dec. 8, 1960 t CLASSIFIED 10*. LOTS FOR BALE TOR?' OAKS enat tront io u SAUER ' THE BRAZOSJ-ORT !TAO FP HOLIDAY, COUNCIL DATES SET i lot ( ln jffijsg^gg* «ar«8!Ws5 104. BUSINESS PHOPEHTY H«y M8 for ( /jJQg._ACREAGE FOR SALE 10 ACRES adjoining inghlsnd Devtton. ment. Burn, corrnl, deep wtn ra *r« ltt J,' 1 JS! n •"«»• M°«l for iuh •ton. I17.BCO. C. 11. rcilARLim HBALTOR, BB M4«. A schedule of two city holidays and a changed regular Council meeting date was agreed on by week port City Councl1 Ms The Dec. 19 Council meeting will be held as scheduled. The nrst meeting in January, however, would fall on Jan. 2, and hag been reset for the following Monday, Jan. 9. Since Christmas Day and New Year's Day are normal holidays, the following Monday as an official holiday. This will mean that on Dec. 26 and Jan. 2 the city hall wil be dosed ajid there will be no Because the Caspian Sea is gradually shrinking, some fishing villages a long the 2.000-mile Russian coastline now stand miles ircm water. Lake Methodists Planning Cantata A Christmas cantata will be'Sunday presented by the Lake Jack-! The 'presentation of "The son First Methodist Church Chancel Choir at 7 p.m. on Eternal by H. Alexan- Peter Pan's Christmas Story der Matthews in directed by Mrs. W. B. Burks, Th« four part* 6f tht cantata are, The Promise of Redemption, The Shepsrd's Vision, The Quest of the Wise Men, and The Fulfillment. Soloists are Miss Nelda Bristow, Mrs. Bob Walzel, Mrs. Howard Brown, Mrs. jDurwood Levine Miss Judie Luckenbach, Miss Charlotte Kroll, Dick Snyder, Harold Holt, Howard Brown and Bobby Legler Organist is Mrs. Stan i, u ». and the Choir features 36 voices. The public is invited to attend the cantata. By Walt Disney 180 ACRES— All dcnrcil Mrrat (or few (KM In choice location, ' Termi ' 3iraB B («tal I 'u% AC 5' TOP ROAD 513,000. total. H.iso, down, Bilimce on fU ACHES-Wlld pencil ROWT^ND RRALTY BUEALESTATEWAHTErj HAVE READY BUYBR tor low or own«r MOBILE HOME3 BOMB— 1953 n«ui« foot. 11.100. W . 0 Trailer Purlc, sih trailer DASWOOO-I JUST SAW A GOfJSEOUS PVR STOLE ON S/V.EFOI2 $500?-CAN I Buvir? RICHARDSON HIGHLANDER _ XSS?™ *'• *<** condition, J1500. T 9-8067. 1934 CHEVROLET «i ton Dick un 4 good common, H50. BE 3-1857 128. USED CARS FOR SALE flectrlo*ydroH<! .n ) , M 5.CY^ KER - rai4 ''"' CHEVROLET SPORT COUPE — arlte - KD'DONE RUM A U'LCRIME SCHOOL, HUH, FASIN? UUSTAUTTLE SCHOOL, DEARIE- TEACHIN'A LTTTUE GROUP UTTLE CRIMES.'.' BUT THIS BOX PUT ME HtoUTO'BUSINESS. IT TE/CHES 30 MILLION V3UNGSTERS BUS CRIMES PLYMOUTH-1959 Savoy 3 floor In «w lent condition. Air conaitlonea. CY 7-6173> ITfeAKIWDA ONicrte ,FAGIN? 4PLYMOUTH-195I, nnUtnt rn.ch.nlc. condition, IMW p«mt, J175. Contlde tenni reliable party. AN 5-2850. , la «[(Kllent condition. Cl 1959PONTIAC ' 3 itoor Hartlop BY OWNER Hank Tankenley 10B Pgrilmmon St Lake Jackson CY 7-4658 I'll FIX V£ RIGHT UP, LCHWEEZy DOC-I NEED ME SOME NflRVE TONIC I FEELflWFUL HIGH STRUN6 JITTERV COMIN'ON'-UH THftT'LL BE < DOLLERS!.' SHE WAS GROUCHV I ASAU.GgTOUT.AN'1 WOULDN'T EVEN GIVE US COOKJES THIS MORNIN WE DROPPED A GRANDMA YOU THIMK A REST, HUH? .COOKIB , VVH/ PON'T you so A PURLQUSHl DOUBLE-BREASTED seven- eighths-length coat of azulea tleecy chinchilla is from the fall end winter collection of Originate. Tho club collar •preadi to a shntlnw, souarcd SETTLE BAILEY WU'RB LIKE AU. LITTIE BOV5» TrlE MORE VOU UKE A &IRL-THE MEArJEK you IF THAT'S THE CASE-WHY AM I SO NICE TO you? HELP FIGHT MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY MUSCUUR DVSTROPHr ASSOCIATIONS OF AMERICA, INC., 1790 K(« t»rk It, NlN York • JU 6 010! STEEL TANK GOES INTO PLACE Thi. Was First Ph.s. Of Con.iruerfon . . amon f re° to . h » v e erected a similar She " er ° n a OUTER WALL OF BRICK IS BEGUN 14.000 Solid Brick Wenl Into Wall Page 16 AT DAMON Fallout? Dements Will Have Shelter The Gordon Dement, of Da-| Dement is happy to have any mon are well prepared In the one who is Interested to the case of atomic fall-out or other shelter come by and see Itr disasters. A. O. Smith of Damon If re- Dement has been erecting a I bomb shelter built around a I steel tank 24 feet long and 12 feet in diameter One hundred yards of dirt were used on the top and sides., Fourteen thousand solid brick f I form the walls which are three' - * feet thick. A four Inch roof Is to be the final The shelter is a 1} killowatt generator that will run on AC or DC current with which the building 15 equipped. The air that comes through the three filters on top is purified. There are three solid doors that will be covered with ai i steel plate and one that is a one *f • fourth inch steel door. I (. • There Is an underground water storage tank as well as a butane tank. An inter-corn system will be installed as well as a radio. The shelter will take care of around 30 people for at least, * , IS days, Dement says. He says I • ANSWtR YOUR CHR| S™ the generator can be worked! * ^..SKMSLTPM by hand and run on gasoline and will supply enough air for one person to survive for several hours. * ; i> • lo * li! FIGHT TB |J WITH :» CHRISTMAS sji SEALS if ^.WKSP**?' SHELTER IS ALMOST COMPLETE Only Concrete Top It To Be Added Want To Play Santa? If you want the name of a family that could use a Christmas basket, call Mrs. F.' C. Sanders at the First Christian Church in Freeport, BE 3-4124. She can be contacted at this number Mondays through Fridays, from 8 a.m. to noon. Clothes and old toys can be delivered to the same church and those toys needing it will be repaired. Hawaii's official bird, the Ha waiian goose or nene, has been saved from extinction largely trough the efforts of rancher ierbert Shipman. There are about LOO of the gray-brown geese in captivity. WED THBRS., FRIDAY ' in the Dust" s Kennedy Choice Of Sport Parallels Oilier Presidents B> MARVIN L. ARROWBMITH , strolled at a rapid pace through WASHINGTON (AP) — Shades Seorgetown's picturesque streets of former President Harry S j™ m his own home to "» resi ' Truman-President-elect John F'! aence ° f ^^ Acheson, secre- v,,nno,j,, ;_ - „ _ . ... ' tarv of state in the Truman ad- Kennedy is a walker, and with a brisk pace that leaves newsmen uffing. Kennedy has other athletic interests that parallel those of several other presidents. ministration. in the Truman ad- other game. While in Texas recently he went deer huntui}. for the first time and brought down two bucks. He is an experienced hunter of 'SYCb., PERKINS JANET LEIGH —AND— THE GENE KRTJPA STORY SAL SUSAN MINED KOHNER ALWAYS TWO CARTOONS On arrival at Acheson's home XK± -SttL.3 ~J2W?WS The Kennedy family hds a sailboat at their HyarmLs Port, Mass., whether their blood pressure was up. Truman used to walk almost --«- MJ.IJ uic (Jicaiucill* 1 elect has been a boating enthusi-' ast most of his life. As *rr As did President Franklin D Roosevelt. Kennedy loves to go pattern of President raphers in tow. Today's newsmen i [have noted that the 43-year-old' president-elect doesn't seem to be horse week dur- M man with a cannonbaU serve, says an Kennedy also walked three blocks to church one morning, but his a. game ot toucrTfoot-l ball. | Kennedy's interest in a good brisk walk came to light recently. Late Monday afternoon he report th_. ^ ,.„. er has been an avid golfer, but he has played a good bit since the election. One day there was a report he had shot a 37 for nine holes—no duffer's score. IB did mount a for a few miijutes la ing a visit to h_ . estate at Fairfax, Va. Then there's touch football _ the Kennedy clan's game of games. Come next year. Eisenhower's golf green on the White House lawn may survive. The tennis court, Jittle used in recent years, is likely to- be a busy place. But the golfers and the tennis players better be prepared to duck. Warm weather or cool, they may get hit by a football. BHS Masque Club Opens 'Curious Savage' Tonight The Curious Savage, a play Jo be presented in the round by the Brazosport High School Masque Club tonight through Saturday is the story o( a group of people living at "The a home for people in need of mental treatment. care and The play, open to the public in Room 210 of the high school, The family consists of Senator Titus Savage, (Lyn Lami- nak), who appears as a i dressed businessman and „, very direct. Judge Samuel Sav- i age, (Butch Greene), is an undistinguished man who seems lost beside his assured brother and sister. The daughter, L.ily Bell, (Pat Blair), appears quite sure Inj -..„.. ^..uw*, | u*m* /, afycaro quilt) SUr6 points out that sometimes the everything she does She people on the inside seem more sane than those on the outside Early in the play a supposedly reputable family commited their wealthy mother with one interest in mind; to get her money. Already living at the home is Florence, (Sharon Todd), gentle, eager to please, ani' somewhat elegant. Slightly older is Hon- slender, and very chic. The 1 mother, Ethel Savage, (Anne 1 Skewes) is dimirUtive and fragile. She seems to be In constant' amusemant about something. The staff at "The Cloisters" consists of the nurse Mrs. Wilhelmina, (Reta Coffey), attrac-J tive and efficient, and Dr. Em- iett, (Bobby Sanders), respected and liked by his patients. Curtain time is 7:30 p.m. Tickets are 50 cents. nibal, (John Husch) a pink, plump, cherubic type of man. Fairy May, (Cecil Biggs), is younger, gay and with a sanguine nature, but offsets this T*i\r* with a severe arrangement ofj K6 her hair unimaginative dress, A bicycle found in Freeport and steel-rimmed glasses. I ruesday is awaiting identification Hie distinguished one of the I by Its owner. The 26 inch boy's group is Jeffrey (Scott Smith), I bike was found by Mrs. Ruby a young, handsome man whose j Morris beside a beauty shop at dignity is beyond his years.'U5VS West Broad. RCA Victor Fair-field, lowej* priced lowboyl 262 94. in. picture, 25% brighter picture. Twin-speaker Balanced. Fidelity Sound. Signal Guide tuner. Tube Guard. Security Sealed Clrcuiti. Stereo |ack. Hardboard cabinet in walnut or limed oak a rained finishes. 2IO-K-35. REGULAR $309.95 SALE PRICE 95 WITH TRADE Mrs. Paddy, (Barbara Snyder), is a mid-'le-aged woman of Freeport police said the Haw-, ihjrne bike does not fit the de- nwesome ferocity. When s h s scriptign of any stolen wheels on speaks it is always with *g-i their records. The owner may con- gressive hostility. |tact them to recover it TELEVISION CENTER : , M B CIRCLE WAY LAKE JACKSON PHONE CY 1-tSll r .;

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free