The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on August 19, 1962 · Page 12
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BRAZ08PORT FACTS Sunday, August 19, 19IH V The Public- I (Ckmrlmied From rage 1 ) every way to fill involved and vefy efficient to a point. Sir, I do not claim to he an ex- peri or even good at accident reporting, hut one cannot hp blind to (acts. In the first place the hoy was on the girl's right at the intersection. In the second place he was struck nearly broadside. Thirdly, skid marks plainly indicated the position of his front tires to he in front of those ot Miss Howard's even to the most casual of observers. Yet Mr. Simms was given a ttcRet with the explanation that Miss Howard was farther into the intersection nt the point of impact. One question: How could she have, hit thi* boy broadside when her skid marks indicated that she was driving near the middle of the Street at (he time of the collision? I Jail to see the logic in this reasoning! Then after observing and learning a few other facts anothei question came to mind. D i c POLITICS push simple justice in to the background? Firstly: Jo Ann Howard \vai police dispatcher: her father i; Constable Howard. Secondly: ! myself overheard Sgt. William! request aid In the investigation from the father of the girl in volved after he arrived. Thirdly: It is a known fact that politics on this city's police force ha caused the resignation of more than one competent individual. Now let me say that I know neither of the parties involved in this accident. I am not trying to "cause trouble" as the trite expression goes. I am merely expressing my disgust in the results of the investigation. It may seem unimportant that simple justice may have been brushed aside. However. this man believes that simple justice, or the truth if you please, is one of the fundamental principles of our American heritage. The destiny of whole nations has hinged upon the value placed upon simple justice. We must never let our laws and our sense of justice for every man be put aside because of a sense of friendship or because of a desire for gain. Tommy Lowe 1230 \V. 7th Freeport j. McCarty Questions Source Of Influence To Tile Fads: It is seldom that one need pay any attention at all to attacks on the F.B.I, and its Director. Mr. Hoover has built an organization which is without equal anywhere for efficiency, fairness and scrupulous adherence to proper procedure. His indication and humility have caused the people he serves to think and speak of him in a manner that approaches reverence. The most recent assault on Mr. Hoover was launched by \V. H. Ferry in a speech to the Western States Democratic Conference in Seattle on August fi. Among other things Mr. Ferry said that Mr. Hoover's statements concerning internal security are "sententious poppycock. . .a mischief-making tapestry of legend and illusion if there ever was one." "What is the legend that haunts and cripples us here? Is it that the Communists are. . .a race apart, determined to put man and God in jail forever?" ". . .an old line of the F.B.T. chief. . .our official spy-swatter." Mr.' Ferry also has some interesting notions about other things. On business, "the individualism of the 18th and I9th Centuries is a casualty at technology, as are old theories of private property. Government must intervene more and more. . .A radical change in public attitude toward law and government is necessary if the general welfare is to he achieved." On unilateral disarmament, '•'Red domination of this and other free nations Is at least 'think able'."" Such remarks are usually ignored by Ihe average citi/en and properly so. However, Mr. Ferry cannot be shrugged off PO easily. Congressman Lipscnmh of California had tlie following to say to the House of Representatives on Atigust 9: "Who is Wilbur H. Ferry? His occupation as vice president of the Fund lor the Republic betrays his idpnlity. "Die Fund /or the Republic /or years has slyly been promoting the idea that Communism is not a danger. It has financially assisted the publication of books and other mate rial espousing Ibis general theme. . .Ferry, as vice president, i has been a spearhead of this d^n- ! gerous fr.lly." j Ferry is also staff director nf j the Center for the Study of Denv> | rratic Institutions which is an off | ghot oJ the Fund for the Republic ; The thoughtful c i t i z e n, upw j realizing the implications of thi> i jituation, might well ask i a n <H expect to he answered) w h H • . train of thought and events led the placing of W. H. Kerry positions to wield such power, i fluence and prestige in promoti Us views. James W. McCarry l-Wlj lit AT ALL WEINER'S STORES Limited Quantities While Supply Lasts! MONDAY MAGNETS 2 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Braiosport Village Center, Loop Rd., at Plantation Lake Jackson 213-19 W. 2nd St..FRtcPORT OPEN NITES 'TIL ?:00 P.M. JUNIORS'-MISSES 1 VALUES TO 2.50 COTTON BLOUSES All ip«ci«lly reducsd, Stock up at thti low, ipeeial price. All lop itylet. 30-38. JUNIORS'-MISSES' VALUES TO 7.99 FALL SKIRTS O 22 Top maker!, lafeit colon, higfieit fflihioni. AM m«i. JUNIORS'-MISSES' VALUES TO 6.99 2-PIECE SPORTSWEAR SETS Pedal puirien, Jamaica and tVirt sttt. All drastically reduced. Com? «arty for DM* selection. All eebrj and liiei. JUNIORS'-MISSES' VALUES TO 5.99 BLOUSES—CAPRIS AND SKIRTS Incredibly reduced. Fine maker's blouisi and iklrtt. Come early for best selection. All colors and liiei. JUNIORS'-MISSES' VALUES TO 17.99 BATHING SUITS Entire better stock of bathing <uiti drastically reduced. Plenty of not weather ahead. Comt early for best selections. Latest faihioni and colon. All siies, JUNIORS'-MISSFS' VALUES TO 12.99 SKIRTS Entire spring-summer stock of better makers' skirts reduced for clearance. None higher. All colon and met. JUNIORS'-MISSES' VALUES TO 5.99 2-PIECE SPORTSWEAR SETS Pedal puihert, Jamaica and skirt and blouse lets. All drastically reduced. Come early for b«st selection. AH colon and sizes. LADIES' VALUES TO 2.50 SUMMER PLAYCLOTHES Incredible value* taken from our own stocks. All colon and sizes. LADIES' SUMMER SUITS REDUCED FOR CLEARANCE—WERE 6.99-10.99 Seersucker, rayon sharkskin and rayon linen suits. All washable fabrics. Juniors' and misses' sites. LADIES' BEACH HATS, BEACH BAGS- FINAL CLEARANCE—WERE 59c-2.99 Fancy patterns In straws or canvas. A wonderful practical item for ZIPPER'SPORT AND UTILITY BAGS- WERE 1.99-2.99 Sturdy canvas, vinyl-covered handle. Resistant to water. Identification shield. LADIES' SUMMER JEWELRY—WERE 1.00 Final clearance of colorful pastel shades in necklaces and earrings. Hurry! Urn- LITTLE GIRLS'-GIRLS 1 VALUES TO 1.99 BACK-TO-SCHOOL BLOUSES All cotton—all drastically reduced. Sanforiied, machine washable. Siiel 3-M. INFANTS'-TODDLERS'-GIRLS' VALUES TO 1.99 PLAYWEAR Tremendous reductions on fine Capris, Jamaicas, pedal pushers, blouses, polo shirts. Huge selection of all colors and sizes. LITTLE GIRLS'-GIRLS 1 VALUES TO 2.99 BATHING SUITS Save one-half! Plenty of hot swimming weather ahead. Big selection . . . come INFANTS'-TODDLERS'-GIRLS' VALUES TO 2.50 CORDUROY CRAWLERS, CREEPERS, STRETCH TIGHTS, FLANNEL PAJAMAS Tremendous savings at the start of the fall season. Sites 6-24 months, 2-4 and 3-14. LITTLE GIRLS'-GIRLS' VALUES TO 5.99 COTTON DRESSES Choose from many prints and solids. Ideal for school wearing. Sizes 3-14 TODDLERS'-LITTLE GIRLS'-GIRLS' VALUES TO 2.99 SUMMER SLEEPWEAR Baby dollt and pajamas in prints and solidi. All machine washable. Sizes 4-14. TODDLERS'-LITTLE GIRLS'-GIRLS 1 VALUES TO 3.99 2-PC. PLAY SETS Jamaicas, pedal pushers and Capri lets, all drastically reduced. All colors. LITTLE'GIRLS'-GIRLS' VALUES TO 4.99 SKIRTS AND SKIRT AND BLOUSE SETS Many colors and fashions. All washable. Sizes 3-14. REGULAR 1.99 WASHABLE ACETATE THICK AND THIN TAILORED PANELS Acetate tailored panels In white only. 42"x8l". FABRICS SPECIAL PURCHASE New shipment just arrived. Thousands of yards of rayon-wools, nubs, shagbacls, dark tone prints, miracle blends and fancy woven cottons. VALUES TO 98c YD. BACK-TO-SCHOOL ~ FALL COTTONS £ Yds. Cotton prints: Wash 'n' wear dart (one prints, cotton satins, cotton broadcloths, [ woven ginghams, woven combed cottons, plaids, checks, novelties. ' VALUES TO 98c YD. AND HIGHER FALL COTTONS . AND ARNEL AND COTTONS From top mills in the country. Back-to-sehool fabrics include: Dark tone Arnel l-iaretate and cotton checks and woven novelties, fall prints, cotton latins, combed cotton broadcloths, wash and wean, solid cottons reverse twists REGULAR 98c YD. VALUE DAN RIVER BACK-TO-SCHOOL WOVEN GINGHAMS »r»nd new fall 1942 colorful plaids, stripes. Wrinkleshed with Dri-Oon, the ultimate :n carefree wash and wear fabricl. FINE MILLS BETTER FABRICS N'.v. ikprr.enti just arrived of 100% cotton suitings, Galey and Lords, Dacron poly- e:'trs iid cottons, silks and cottons, 100V. rayon screened Satina printi BOYS' REGULAR 99c SHORTY PANTS 2-oocit«» styles, all machine washable. Cotton woven cords, cotton poplins, cotton d:nl.«ii '»«tured fabrics. Some with tipper fly. Sizes 2 to 8 BOYS' REGULAR TO 5.99 DRESS PANTS Jerrii's vilue group. Many perfect for all year 'round wear. Outfit the boy now for oatl- to school. Sizes i to 18. ENTIRH STOCK—BOYS' REGULAR TO 2.99 BETTER SPORT SHIRTS Large group cotton broadcloths, polished cottons, woven ginghams, embroidered i.nllii. eottons and cotton cupionis in prints, solids, wovens, novelties. All the latest colors, itylei and fabrics. Sizes I to 18 CLEARANCE—BOYS' SUITS AND SPORT < OHg. COATS »« 17 -'» B.-okan sites I to 18. Colon in solids and fancies. Not many left ait Of\q. yo'jri while they last. in 1999 MEN'S VALUES TO 3.99 SHORT SLEEVE DRESS, SPORT AND KNIT SHIRTS Fin. collection. Buy leveral at this terrific price for many months of warm weather ahead. Many Ityles, colors and fabrics. Sizei S-M-L MEN 1 REGULARLY 2.99 SHORTY PAJAMAS Choice of omboised cotton or cotton batistes. Wash 'n' wears Solidi or prints. MEN'S REGULARLY TO 3.99 SWIMWEAR Bo«.r, beach boy and square leg itretchee stylet included. Range of pallerni SALE—MEN'S VALUES TO 9.99 DRESS SLACKS 70'. wool-30% Dacron Polyester blends. Ready cuffed. Sizes 28 to 42 SALE—MEN'S VALUES TO 7.99 DRESS SLACKS 55'. Dacron Polyester and 45% Rayon ilackl. Ready cuffed. Wash 'n' wean Many colon. Sizei 21 to 42. 2.00 1.00 4.00 50C-1.00 1.00 50c plus tax 1.00 77c 1.50 1.00 2.00 1.00 1.50 2.00 1.00 99c 1.00 59c 79c 1.29 66c 3.00 1.59 6,00 4.00 2.00 1.88 2.00 5.00 4,00 SPORT COATS Values to 25.00 Dacron Polyester and woo! blends, all-wools, wool and Orion Acrylic blends. 3-butfon models. Summer and year 'round weights. Regulars and longs, sizes 36 to 44. ENTIRE STOCK BOYS' BETTER SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS TREMENDOUS ASSORTMENT OF BROADCLOTHS and KNITS Originally to 2.99 1 Cotton broadclothi, pollihtd eottoni, wovtn cotton gingharm, embroldertd ehallii, cotton and cotton Cuptonii, printi, lolidi, wovtnt, novtltiti. L«t«it colon, stylftt and fabric.. Size* I to 18. OVER 6000 LADIES 1 DRESSES DRASTICALLY REDUCED FOR CLEARANCE Were 5.99-14.99 4 00 These drastically reduced ladies' dressei IncKjde maternity wear. Choose from cottons, rayons, cotton gingham, rayon jerseys, shirtwaists, dressy, 2.piece and jacket styles in lovely pastels or dark tones. Sites 12-20 and l4'/.-24 1 /:. MEN'S 55% DACRON 45% WOOL SUITS Values to 45.00 24 s Save over 120.00 on • new 55". Dacron Polyester and 45% Wool, popular 3-button model suit. Perfect for Houston weather. Choose from blues, grays, blacks, browns in the new charcoal shades. Shorts, Regulars, Longs. Sizes 36 to 44. THICK. TUFTED. CARVED SCULPTURED VISCOSE Dll.f*C RAYON KUUO 9 Sizes: Contour, Round, Area Oblong or Rug Runners • Ideal for Every Room of Your HOBM • Colon: White, GolH, Purplt. Hue, R«d, Turquoise, Beige, Splee, Pink and Green Throw or Bathroom Six. 27"i48" THROW RUG 2 7 . 7 ' BATHROOM SIZE 24"i*0" 9»» „..„„.. .„ **• • COM)our .... I * r: RUG RUNNER 3'x5' All AREA RUG ...1. 4'xiV 79? AREA RUG ...It 27" Bo.nd 34" 9»» «o,»d ...... &• Motchlig on. ud c«..r yyc LADIES' Values, to 4.99 CARDIGAN and .SLIP-OVER SWEATERS linU 6IHLS'~6IRLS' Regular ,».«.» BACK-TO-SCHCOL DRESSIS 3 3 .' 66 Entire itoclc prlc* slashed fhr days and i 3-14. .«-*. i«v V twn:. HI IVKV *4a»l|VVJ TlliW days only. Thousand* of phfdt and solldi in many, styles.. Sim Lowest prices aver on fine m»leers' , sweater*. Com* lady..; for best selection.* . . perfect for" wearing . through till. All ,colpn.and ' INFANTS'— Regular J.W : FALL sites; 2-PC.SETS ' LADIES: Values to 3.99 COTTON KNT TEE- SHIRTS 1 50 • ., 3 MA OU • <*/ : --' Crawlers, creep'eri 'end Capri jtel|!h • Cotfon corduroy or heavy coitanU" All h«v« matching ihlrtj. Stt«|'-i 6-18 mot. end 1-14. time emw—emiy RoguUr 2.M ' FALL SWEAfE a? Drastic reducflon t«ken from our ,,. ,« ,,,„ own stock. Come early' for bert . , •«<* Itn-Uo ,f«h» selection. • '~- ' , ' j F *«''"»» I» ««r<!«»Bi < !< bulk!., end flit knltl, fcittr. itoelt price jl.iii.d•: ...„,,„ red mrfeiii, Ort.iiS -*w w*f-wt Sim J> H S UM MIR FABRICS C LIA R AN CI Originally to 99c Yard • Miracle frl«t> • Decorator frlnrt • Nylon Dotted Swiii • Nyloi Sheers • ArMl Triocetali Cotton Checks t Acetate and Cottoi llendi HopMckUf, Textured Prlisti and Solidi Cotloa Sateen* larder Skirt Mill Don River Drl-Doas Cotton S*eriucler Cotton Sjiort Denim Regularly 1.29 and Up • DACRON POLYESTER CREPE PRINTS • 100% DACRON POLYESTER • SILK PRINTS • EMBROIDERED COTTON BATISTE • SPORTSWEAR FABRICS 66 yd. 1.99 Value BETTER FABRICS • IRISH LINEN • COMBED COTTON BROCADES • EMBROIDERED COTTONS • CONCORD HOMESrUN • MIX AND MATCH 99 yd.

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