The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on August 15, 1962 · Page 5
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IIRAZOSPORT AND BRAZORIA COUNTY, TEXAS, 15. THE BRAZOSPORT FACTS Editorial—Adv.—BE 3-3511— Chsslfled—BE 3-2*11 Gunmen Make Off With Bank, Postal Receipts PAGS 5 One tuck of the invesrljmtton centered around New York police reports that hank robbers Albert K. Niisshaum, 27, and Bobby R. Wllfonon, 32, formerly of Duke, Okla., were believer! hearted for New England last Feb. 17. RANDOLPH, Mass. (AP) - A backed by submachine pins rohlx-d a U.S. mall tnick Tuesday night of nn amount estimnled between $2rfl,noo and $2 million In a caper thai would have made a television writer proud. No one could pinpoint quickly Ihe amount taken since Ihe money, much of II en route to the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston from central Cape Cod banks, was i carried In scaled pouches. Rc- tcelpls from Cape post offices also I Were Ink™. Slate police detective I.I. Joseph |Slmmi>ns said the best eslima'e panged from $250,000 to a possible "2 million. Postal inspectors Luther II. Kin- erfrock and Frank .Tencunis said they wouldn't be able to Rive nn '. accurate estimate of Uie loss until several hours after the banks open. Postal Inspectors and FBI direuod the Investigation Trawler Brings In Plane Engine Schiaparelli Sues NEW parelli, which some felt could possibly Involve a notorious gang of robbers. Kirst reporls mentioned Sc.hena, 30, of Kverelt, and Barrett, of Mansfield, were forced GA!,VT-:STON (API - A shrimp . boat has recovered the engine: and propeller of an unidentified On May 26, an Abinglon police-.plane in the Culf of Mexico, man reported he was shot at by! Crewmen of the shrimp boat robbers hut authorities later said tl '» ilp '! behind In there cr/uld have been a motorist who resembled Niiss-1 "Three Sifters," captained by bank from Ihe cab, lied up and pushed ;baum. The man was never found.!Robert Guidry, pulled Ihe 2,000- tnlo the rear of the truck. Twoi Boston Postmaster Ephraim!pound engine aboard after it he- four men drove Ihe Inick. Two othrvs Martin said Ihe truck was carry-!came entangled in their nels as seven. cars. |in[; roistered mail from Hyannis, [about 17 miles southeast of here. as many; Tlm ln "' k made several slops, i Buzzards Bay and Plymouth post The boat is owned by the Port ills bound occupants said some of!°"l''es ' Boston. Tnick driver Patrick R. Schena : tllp ha K s wprc tlropped off at each and Rimrd William K Barrett told; sln P- invosticnlnr* their Iruck war, halt- ! 11 " > lnl<l11 waR ''riven to Ran- rd at Plymouth by n man dressed ' Inlph ~ B flist '»i<-e of about 25 ' as n nolire officer. Two cars then shot out from the side of Ihe road and I w o men poked submachine Runs through the tnick windows. Police said Ihe gunmen, who apparently used four cars lo set relt where Schena and Bar- Officials said (he money sent by the hanks formerly was shipped by n prlvatd armored car. About Arthur Shrimp Co. Marine life and silt coated the engine so heavily that the type of aircraft could not he deler- Ihree weeks ago, central Cape mined immediately, Ihe Coast Cod banks began a new system ol Guard Said Monday.' were freed. The Inick was Chipping their unneeded cash to! Guidry sairi other pieces of abandoned near the junction of !lhe Federal Reserve Bank through j metal turned up in his nets lasl Route 12K. |lhe post office, paying a premium week but he discarded them. A Route 121 is n mullilane high-j based on the amount In the ship- search for the missing pieces was way that circles the Greater Bos-jment. Istarted. Ion area iind provides eas.i up the crime, also made use of j lo 1hp North ntl(1 detour signs lo halt traffic on the! a ' Tns ' Boston ilsp "' nnf1 lh<? Mas- access South Shore lonely Route 3 bypass. Two ,,f the . cars were found abandoned In ,„ Sl 'j' i(? - Turnpike west to New Plymouth near the Plymouth County House «l Correction. Unions Rejecting Own Negotiators Contracts «.v NORMAN WAl.KEB |lons of what they could arrow: WASHINGTON (AP)-A rising tendency of later union members to reject labor contract terms worked out by Ihcir own negotiators is alarming federal officials charged with maintaining the nation's Industrial peace. They feel it Is bound to Increase plish make the workers more demanding on their own union ne- Kollalors. There have been a number of recent painful public examples of One such revolt concerned rar- P™'"' In San Francisco, another labor-maimgement distrust and| mp|n ' tra(lp » workers at a key lead to more and longer strikes, i Alom| c Energy Commission plant Increasingly, union and man-i ncar Denver, and a third construr.- agement negotiators will reach an j tion workers at the Polaris sub- agrcement after hard Iwrgaining I marine . varrls of the General Dy- only to have the affected workers i namil ' a Cor P- at Groton, Conn. repudiate the pact and send the I T" 0 G r °t°n dispute was finally union negotiator* back with orders i splt 'ed after a long strike, costly i to get more. The trend has been most conspicuous in the construction Industry to the Navy's nuclear-powered submarine program. Workers represented by 11 metal trades un- but officials report the same thing i ions finally accepted a third is happening in other industries 'afireoment after rejecting two with mounting frequency. : others. The Federal Mediation and Con-! Workprs - represented by IS dilation Service conducted a n ;i-' mctal I™' 1 ™ unions at the Rocky tionwide survey earlier this year! nnts ' Col °" government nuclear to sample the number of settle- P liint operated by the Dow Chemi- ments vetoed by workers. It pro- cal Co • walked out Ins! weekend. duced a proportion so high the. 1118 llnlon •"•'"'NT ha(i threatened agency is withholding the (j^re j to strike hccavise the company rc- pending a rcchcrk of its accuracy. j' u<:pd to «« - ept a government pan- Among reasons being assigned ;°'' s recommendations for special, lor the worker revolts are these: : wrekond pay allowances. When Union members have become lhf company later gave its okay, ! accustomed during i n n a | ionao , i the workem wanted more. ! periods to sizable regular gains in' ' rhe ^ in ^rancisro carpenters , wages and benetits and are balk-i are threatening a strike after j Ing. now that Inflation is virtually i 1 *' 06 rejecting new three-year I halted, at more moderate terms'. | "Kreements reached by their no-! Workers are less disciplined :K°" a t"r« "^ contractors - Ihe i than they used to be and some of ! tirst ™U'nK '"r increases greater their loc-al union leaders are i lhan sometime! operating counter to! second Instructions irom their national I noun union chiefs. 1 Glowing promises by rival un- CTnls an hour antl lnc more tha " m cents an DRIVE-IN CONVENIENCE ; , SUPER MARKET. PRICES " ; GIROUARD'S SUPERMARKET Judge Fines Self ORLEANS, Ind. (AP) — Justice of the Peace Loren Shortridpe has been at his job 15 years and he believes in obe.ving the law. It cost him J18.75 Tuesday. Shortridgc, 63, fined himself that amount for running a red light. He said that when he realized what he had done, he prepared an affidavit against himself and presented it to Police Chief Wayne Marshall. "I'm no better than anyone else," Shortridgc commented. ! Get on board when your Great Southerner calls. He can take caro of all your Insurance needs with just one call -Life, Health and Property. Or, of course, any on* of theae lervice*. 8 G II K AT SOI 71 1 II Kt {X •"J^TTi Ed Williams Dl S-3741 West Columbia, Teras The robbery occurred ni S p.m. It was about 10 p.m. when Schena and Barrett reached a telephone to notify police. Description of the Rang wan sparse. One man who wielded a submachine Run was described as! n six-footer, well built, with horn-! rimmed glasses. The man in the i police officer's uniform was '• smaller. I IT'S THE MOST TOM GARRETT'S PHARMACY NEW LOCATION SOON At Til* Brozotpert Village Shopping Cent»r Cluta—lalt* Jaekieit signer, sued the St. Re K is Hotel | The suit charged "the loss was Tuesday for $14,184 she claimed'occasioned by the negligence of YORK fAPi-KIsa Schla- ! -=l" > lost in a burglary at Ihe hotel I the hotel in that it failed to pro- the Parisian fashion de- May 1.9.| vWe a(to((|ata Pick up for two The Litterbug and you W. L. WHARTON JR. of SAN ANTONIO GOSPEL MEETING AUG. T3-19 SERVICES AT 7:30 NIGHTLY DAILY BIBLE SCHOOL AUGUST 13 THRU 17—9:00 TO 10:20 P.M. THE PUBLIC IS CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND CHURCH of CHRIST Jackson At 15th West Columbia, Texas Hey Kids! WIN A WEEK-EN For You And Your Parents I PLUS v MANY OTHER PRIZES JUST LOOK WHAT YOU CAN WIN! 1. GRAND PRIZE—An all expense paid week-end trip to fabulous Mexico City by a Pan American Jetliner with meals, hotel and guide service furnished. 2. TROPHIES to first, second and third place winners !• each grade from kindergarten through the 6th grade 3. SPECIAL AWARD of merit certificates for other entries of merit. 4. A BIG PARTY for everyone entering the contest with refreshments and special entertainment. •CONTEST RULES- 1. Can you draw? Do you have ideas? On a standard 12" X 18" sheet of drawinq paper sketch out your idea for encouraging people to save or get home loans from Brazosport Savings. We are the leading thrift and home loan institution in this entire area. Mail your entry with official entry blank to Brazes- port Savings and Loan Association, Freeport, Texas. 2. Please use black cayon for outlining your work. We are interested in your ideas. Try to make your drawing very clear and keep writing to a minimum. 3. Anyone from kindergarten through the sixth gade may enter. 4. You may enter as many times as you like. WE WANT YOUR IDEAS. 5. You will find a sample entry ad below. To DoQ- HERE ARE A FEW IDEAS FOR ADS: 1. Hew you eon save for particular things. 2. Brazosport Savings pays more for savings. 3. Savings or* safe at Brazosport Savings. 4. Brazosport Savings finances home*. 6. Brazesport Savings makes loans to add to homes or fix them. Brazosport AND LOAN ASSOCIATION • FREEPORT • AGENCY—LAKE JACKSON ENTER TODAY! Enclosed Is My Entry To Your "WRITE AN AD" Contest I understand that the drawing becomes your property and can be used without obligation to me. NAME ADDRESS AGE SCHOOL GRADE PARENTS SIGNATURE

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