The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on August 24, 1962 · Page 2
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tAMZ tdltortal—Adv.—B! 3-381 l-£|«»fff«d'—BE 3-241T THE tRAZOSPORT PACTS REDS UNRESPONSIVE, JULIE SAYS AP By BOB THOMAS Movie-Television Writer where Julie is, there is action. "I have been studying at the HOLLYWOOD (AP) — It is al- meets ways a pleasure to Newmar Watch for the GRAND OPENING of BRAZOSPORT R.OOR * CARPET CO. Formerly (Tapp Floor Co.) 117 So. D IE 3-5258 FRIEPORT I. C. PHILLIPS, Owiwr The reason the eye. for this quickly | Actor's Studio in New York, 1 Julie is 5-feot-10-hnve boon nil over Knropo, Includ- of adroitly assembled (39-23-39) j ing the Greek Isles, I hnve been female. She is also provocative to Russia, I have been in love, when she opens her- mouth. Her.nnd I have been making thou- rogcnt comments, punctuated by,sands and thousands and thou- a lubricant laugh, can be delight-^"ris of dollars in summer fully original, especially when sUx-k." ?ho replied. Ihcv deal with matters concerning She explained the various ' x items: she has taken courses at •Julie is displaying her traffic-]Ihe Valhalla of the method actoi congesting form' in leotnrds for!in nn effort to escape into mo.e Three on a Match," her first serious roles ("I am really quite film in a couple of years, has passed up a few cause producers could only "as "a sexpot. Silly producers. "Where have you been?" she was asked. .She good at playing a nasty woman"), movies be- ;f he enjoyed Europe; she found her the Russians unresponsive ("I BRA7OSPORT AND IRAZORIA COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 24, Police Report BPWN, CLYDE 'MORTNEN .SC **\ " wore an evening dress that was been?" she. virtually a nightgown, and nothing happened"); she is now out of love: she was a smash in "Damn Yankees" on the moneyed straw- hat circuit. On other matters, she opined that the twist is fun but unscxy. "Anything Iliat is an exhibition | is not sexy," she commented. "I LINCOLN HEIGHTS COLORED SUBDIVISION HOGS MANSION RD.—West Columbia ThrM ledroenu—Ail Modem Features Btoutlfulfy Decorated $150.00 Complete Down Payment W. C. MEYERS—Own«r ft Saleimtm SM At Sub-Division or Call Tl »-42»l Anal«ton, T«« HOMEBUILDERS KDWIN CLYDE NOKTHEN SCOUT CENTER WIU. I1K IN OAIAESTON Stone And Hrlrk Fireproof Structure Planned For Former VI. Crockett Properly GlfT OF MRS. NORTHEN New Scout Center Is Planned think the slower latin dances are Bay Area Council, Boy Scouts of much sexier. Personally, I prefer,America, has indicated its ao- slow _ foxtrot-about two steps ce p, nnt . e of preliminary plans for the new Edwin Clyde Northen Scout Center, the personal gift which Mrs. Mary Moody Northen The Board of Directors of the the founder! W. L. Moody IV, a minute. of Brown School To Register Registration for students planning to attend the Charlie Brown School in West Columbia will be Aug. 28 and 29. ; Officials at the school urge alii 53 " 1 slrcet - between Avenues U students that possibly can to bej nnd V. on former Ft. Crockett on hand Tuesday, Aug. 28, from! property, hours 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 4 to 9 " is expected to serve as the announced earlier. Jack Smith, past president the tiations stated in behalf of the Board that the stone and brick fireproof structure will be erected in Galveston during the coming months on the east side of Shearn Moody Jr. and Robert Lea Moody. when Mr. Smith joined the agency in 3SM6. During his long career in Gal- Saturday would have been the veston, "Mike" Northern became 89th birthday of E. C. Northen. 1 known by friends and acquaintan- Who was born in Cass County,] cos in all walks of life. In 1915 he. ,„ ,. . , Texas, and who came to the Med-'was married to the former Mary wl " the »'»«"« °' »' e building oomiti - Methodist Men. Preliminary plans for the Northen Scout Center will he completed in the near future by Uay- mond R. Rapp and Associates, arrhltectural firm of this city, The theft of nn nuio hnllnry Finding ill the aft wm reported was roporled to Freeporl police h .v Arnold Simon, who Mid It had by Mrs. Willie HrlgRS of 610 Went ' '*"," hl ' Hr " , ln *?™ wwln brjuriV Bra,o, nlm ,t , p.m. Wc^dny.^ ^ "?,*» «, *™ Mrs. Brlggs told officers the|off tho TV net, but It appeared to batlery was taken from her .1353 {I* 1 1" Rood condilion, olherwifii*, Studebaker, parked al her home, jSlmon reported. sometime afior day. .11:30 p.m. Tlies-j Deputy Jimmy .lotion wad «*- slttnod to Investigate. Kreeport police are Invesllgnl- ing the theft of « 300 pound air conditioning unit valued nt $600. The theft of Ihe unit from a The theft of milk was reported by Keillor Dairy on Mustang it near Alvln. Deputy Bill Green wan assign- Brazosport Blvd. residence was|"I lo Investigate the case, imported to police about 1:30 p.m. Wednesday by Roach Electric Co. of 114 West Broad. A Freeport woman, Mr». If. R. -assiler of 1118 West Sixth, told Preeporl police she lost a man's brown leather billfold containing various papers and Surfstde Beach. 51 whllfl at Burglary of a residence M 401 Front St., Anglelon, wn« reported by Mrs. Velma Taylor, a dlft- patchcr for the Sheriff's Depalt- menl. Mrs. Taylor snid she returned home from work to find Hint her house had been broken Into. Freeporl police charged a couple with being drunk, and nn auto owner charged the pair with malicious mischief trfler their ar- The Angleton Police ment was Investigating. Depart- "* in 190-1: Elizabeth Moody, many years his pommitttie "««l«l ^ W. H. Sand. en-i junior, and built the family rcsi- not permit dem-e at 2902 Broadway. In nddi- ical Branch at Galveston , to prepare for a physicians ea-i junior, and built the family rcsi'- J' '»' , , stud - v ' a " d .. "f J™P'W ot "><• "• S.,c-ivic Health Se "' c an of " e , lnE Hours for Wednesday, Aug. 29, to 3:45 will be from 8:30 o.m. New students may register Monday, Aug. 27, from 9 a.m until 3:30 p.m. a.m. may CUT and WRAPPED ARMOUR STAR HEAVY BEEF TOR YOU* ,' FREEZER .•- ' GIROUARD'S SUPER MARKET tt * W. I frm—^ beadquarters center for Scouting in Galveston and Brazoria Counties for the next half-century, he said. The new building, fully equipped and furnished, will represent an investment of $100,000. It is being given to the Council by Mrs. Northen as her memorial to her late husband in recognition of his active interest and participation in the program as a Scouter. The 1.2 acre site on which the Center will be built was given early this year to the Scout Council by the Moody Foundation in memory of Mrs. Northen's father, the late W. L. Moody Jr. Mrs. Northen succeeded her father as chairman of the Foundation and now serves as a Trustee. Included among six other Trustees are three grandsons of Tromont Hotel, now the location of W. L. Moody & Co., Bankers. In 1913 he founded E. C. Northen & Co. as a general insurance agency and continued as managing owner until his dealh in 1954. Later the agency was purchased by Jack D. Smith, who to ma «V °'J 1OT business and interests he served Seoul- a memtor of its Bay Area ing was shared with Mr. Northen Council Board for a number of years, was a board member and vice president of the local Y. M.- C.A., and was a board member of the Family Welfare Bureau, now Family Service of Galveston, He was active in Galveston Rotary, and in the First Methodist Church, Board ( nance Committee and with the The Council President, A. F. Shorkey of Dow Chemical Co., Freeport, slated that the Council Executive, Sam Farler, will move present offices at 2017 Ball to the when it is completed rest In front of a downtown cafe Tuesday night. Officers arrested Coy Deputy Q. C. Dawson reported finding of a boat and motor about six miles west of Pearlnnd. The license of the boat was TX &14J and WA 2446XT. Dawson said the Allen i 1 *" 1 ' had a Mercury motor. The and Ijiveine U Renfrew about I boot was a Glass Fllte, on a 11:20 p.m. Police reported that Donkking Iraller, 260267. next spring. an auto vent glass and radio aerial on a 1958 Oldsmoblle parked at the cafe were broken. The Brazorta County Sheriff's Deputy Jimmy Jones of the Sheriff's Department Is checking this. Largely through (he generosity j " ie »™">™a w, my «., of Mrs. James D. Claitor and her Department s investigating late husband, headquarters have been maintained at the present location for a number of years, but space Is burglaries of cabins on the San Bernard River In the vicinity of Black's Ferry. One of these was the burglary iof a trailer house owned by Free- panding Scout program in two counties. OUR ALL TIME LOW PRICE FOR 17 CUBIC FOOT COLDSPOT FREEZERS! YOUR SAVE 66.95! WAS 254.9S UPRIGHT MODEL CHEST MODEL S.m btit-iillm, up ,i,|,t f,., [<r . . . .„,( .» oar | owtlt pr!e , in Ch , ck (h< ou)iunding f,, (uril 0 , t(li| V4 | u ._ im ,,hin g buyl nilf.rvl Fuiurti flulh tiing.i. t.l.i up I.,, thjn 7 iqu.r. f..l of Star.. 598 Ibi. froi.n food; porc.l.in.d int.rior; 2 ilidinf bokttt floor ip.c. . . . , )o r.. 402 Ibi.l 4 aptn-grilU fri.iing ih.lv.i; for .rorin, popular it.mi: fa<|.<r M i. comparimant. Fluih hing.l, .Ti.9i.ti. door,; built-in lock. Sava now! l.mp.ratur. control. Buy yojri now) W47 W 2l3 '™-Shp<J. wr. 361 lb». VV47 W 222l7N-Shp,. „». 340 lb>. 36.95 Savin,*! 13.8 c«. ft. Rerrigerator-Fre.zer $288 FrcsHes'u.S cu. ff. Refrlgerator-Freezer $288 Cash Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back CATALOG SALES OFFICi 320 Tarpon In Village BE 3-3577 Tow, First Aid Given Bv Dione , j.'"[port attorney Kenneth Blng, in which two folding cots, two aluminum folding chairs, nn electric skillet, two nxes. a portable bar- jbecue pit, saw hatchet, and three (ice chests were taken. j Entry was apparently gained by prying a window loose and ! climbing into the trailer frnm 'over the kitchen sink. Bing reported that several other burglaries have occurred in the The Coast Guard Cutler Dionej arca . chi c f Deputy B. E. McCoy returned to Brazos Harbor follow-j o( mc sheriff's Department said Rape's Auto Supply Oiiens • • i On Saturday A new business opens In Freeport Saturday with the occasion marked by a grand opening ceremony by the Brazosport Chamber of Commerce special events committee with Ken Gonzales as VANNOY COMMENDED Elmer V. Johnson, left, presented a check and certificate of commendation to Hubert C. Vannoy, ri^ht, in recognition of Vannoy's "superior performance for Ihe period of May, 1961 to April, 1963." During this time Vannoy Is credited with rendering valuable sen-- Ice at the Brazo* River Floodgates at Freeport In the maintenance of grounds and equipment as nell ni the operation of the floodgates. He \vag cited for detection of damages caused by tug boats and for his inspection of contract work done on the (fated. Johnson, who Is lockmaster, made the awaad on behalf of Lt. Col. .lames S. Maxwell, Galveston District Corps of Engineer)!. chairman. Rape's Auto Supply at 1710 Bra- zosporl Blvd. will be formally opened at 10 a.m. Saturday wlfh ing another 10 day patrol of the £ e "£,„„ Ilouse and other sum- ^™ « p ^^ ** *««/ *«• Campeche fishing area. !„.„,. ( , ahin , wn j c |, have been",:! 'ommitiee na n dl Ing The shin's nrimarv function Is m °' "* TV11 " ' „ . program arrangements. The ship's primary function Is to give assistance to disabled fishing vessels, but, in addition, it does perform boarding duties and identifies American vessels the Dione was off the Penninsula the F—V When Yucatan Mingo out of Tampa, Florida ra dioed that she had engine trouble. The Dione took the fishing vessel in tow and proceeded on her coastline cruise up to Brownsville, some 710 miles. The Mingo was released at Brownsville where she could obtain repairs. Also on this cruise the ship's hospital corpsman, John Estrella, hospital corpsman second class, administered first aid to two men. One man was having trouble with an impacted wisdom tooth and the other had caught a fish hook in his forearm. In both cases the corpsman performed the necessary first aid and administered medicine to prevent infection. Pick up for two The Litterbug and you burglarized in the area are on a private road, with a locked gate. The burglars either walk Into and out of the area, manage to get in while the gate is unlocked, or are gaining entrance to the cabins from the river, McCoy said. A power saw, power drill and a radio are among the items missing in the week-end burglary of a Surfside Beach residence. The burglary was reported by Jerry Hillis, who stated that the residence at 134 Yucca had been entered. Deputy Robert Gladney of the Sheriff's Department is investigating. The burglary was reported Saturday night. Also under investigation is the burglary of the Hancock Service Station in 0ute, sometime Friday night. According to the complaint filed with the Sheriff's Department, someone broke into the station and took the money left there. A television set was found alongside a rice canal at Raneho Isabella, north of Angleton. The firm, an automotive discount center, will cairy major oils, and first quality merchandise such as spark plugs, filteri, bearings and ignition parts, the owner said. The business is owned by James Rape, a long-time area THANKS itz]5^&R= gFjii^RBBBrn. Our sincere appreciation to the wonderful people of Brazoiport, who have helped to make our Grand Opening a real success. We would also like to thank our many cus- tomers for the confidence which has been Indicated, through their decisions to place their past moves with us. Your selection of our service Is appreciated very much. We would like to emphasize that "Service" Is actualty the most Important thing to consider on any move, whether it be across the street or across the nation. Particular pride Is taken In our moving service. We mean ft to combine both outstanding quality and responsibility. Our modern vans have no tailgates. None of your household goods, not even bed springs, bicycles or garden tools ore exposed to theft or damaging weather conditions. Every single piece goes safely Inside specially designed locked vans. This is just one of the many precautions that Fletcher Moving & Storage takes to assure you the complete safety of your possessions. You ore always welcome to stop by and have a cup of coffee with us anytime. Free estimates ore cheerfully given. FLETCHER MOVING * STORAGE YOUR LOCAL MAYFLOWER AGENT 1802 BRAZOSPORT BLVD. PHONE: BE 3-4491 FREEPORT , TEXAS resident who grew up in Oyster Creek. He is married to the former Miss Marjorie Keller of Freeport who also grew up in the area. Mr. and Mrs. Rape live at 1011 West 12lh in Freeport. They have two children, Vicki Jan, three, and Eddie, five months old. The family attends the Clute Church of Christ. Rape, formerly in construction is now entering business for the first time. He has been assisted by his wife in getting stock in order and preparing for the grand opening of the new store. 18 Patients Examined At Chest Clinic Eighteen patients were exawin- ed at the recent monthly meeting of the Brazoria County Chest Clinic held in the Brazorla Conns' Health Department in the Old Court House in Angleton. Patients examined included 11 adults nnd seven children, with 'our cases examined and on« new •asp found, that of a child with primary tulvrculosis. Two skin tests were carried out. The Chest Clinic meets monthly at the Health Department for the examination and treatment of tuberculosis rases and their contacts and selected patients tor diagnosis. This service to medically Indigent resident* of the county is financed Uirough Ihe United Fund. Professional services are rendered by interested private phyih cians of Ihe county aixl pcr«onnel ot Ihe Health Department. 'I1ii> next monthly meeting of the Chest Clinic i« set for S*pt. 11. r'or Information about lite Clinic, person* may call t h « Brnzoria County Health Department at Tl 9-5711, E,xten«ion 43 or 44. FOE Initiation All Kagles and their famlllo are Invited to attend an Initiation •Ncemncmy and turkey dinner Sunday afternoon at the FOE Hall on tllKhwuy W. The Initiation will twgln it 2 p.m. with dinner to !>• icrved Immediately afterward. Help Keep Our BEACHES CLEAN! I

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