The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on August 27, 1962 · Page 5
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Tim mtAnwronr Ail*. TT, 1MB LJ Legion To Consider Dues 4 Hike Tuesday I.nke Jntfann Andy Rrannrn AniPTicnn Ix-Rion Po<<i ,W. men), her* will vote nl Tupsdny'* nicM- Ing If rtum will he ImTenserl. At law week's meeting Ihe in- til-pine was proposed. Members aim msd- plans lo sponsor a course oti Americanism as a ptih- tir service If lher« Is sufficient #y Interesl, and adopted two resolutions lo h« sent lo Ihe judge atlvo. onle of llm Department of Texan. The recent meeting Included a report of a Department of Texas nmtlng held In Austin, given hy foist Commnndw M. I,. IjingKlon who attended. He reported fliat gubernatorial eandldatpfl Jack Cox and John f'onnally wer« speakers, with Boys' Slat* governor* mid win- 5 ner of « Hal* oralorlifll conlest spun.iored hy the I^fion also Rivinjf addresses. 'Hie Post Americanism uommit- )PP pmptwed the ptiblic xnrvlr* course for all aliens of lh« aren who dnslra to become American eili/ens. Tnteresled perron* are to oontnct W. t,. Bradshaw, pom- mlltiw rhairmsn, at CY 7-2777. 'Hie oommitlne slated that It «• pecially welcomes Hungarian • freedom - flRhlws, anti-Castro Cubans, dispossessed Algerian French, KatanRese displaced persons because of lh« United Nations action, and others. 'Hie resolution adopted by Ihe posl included on* urging the US government to renew its offorts in behalf of th* people of Htin- Knry by demanding that tli» Hungarian problem be placed on the agenda of th* 17th General An- r scmbly of the United Nations, Th* MKnnd resolution condemns the Trade Expansion Act of 1962 x« subversive to the Interests of the US and national sovereignty. H specifiee that the resolution be mads known of Congressional representatives, Post Adjutant W. JU Howard stated. f College Bus Will Serve Angleton The Wharton County Junior College has found It necessary to one* again Increase Hi* number of buses It ban in servioe and, Iw- Kinning with the fall term, 1962, another slop on the many college transportation lanes will b« Angleton. A bus will leave th* Angleton Post Office at 6:30 a.m. and go to West Columbia from where It will make its way to the college. Angleton students who have registered for th« fall term at Wharion County Junior College include Donald 0. Andrews, Donna Gayle Wdiriy, J. W. Ladewig, Connie Y. Warren, Barbara J. Harris, Joyce J. O'Neal, Larry W. To\vnsend, and Nina Dell Nora worthy. Locals Featured In Wharton Band "IVo Bra7orla County twirlera will hpad lh« Pionppr Band o[ Whnrton County Junior Collcg* Mlipn It begiru this (all's perfor- nvincrc. lliey «r« Carol Alia Dunn, daiiRhter of Mr. and Mm. A. M. Dunn rtf Lake Jfipkson; and Dots' nn Chyle Wchrly, daiiRhler of Mr. and Mrs. B. i. \Vehrtf of Ancloton. Included la tin ranks of HM Pioneei Band Itsplf are SJK nth^rt frnm Brazorta County oommunl- lips. 'Itiry ait George Kali ol ljtk» .l.ii kson. Norman Souell iitid Charlie Bnx-k at Krecport, RIWII- lyn Warn, Loit Mickey and jut Hill of .Swt'i-ny. Miss Dunn, who will b* a IPC ond spinrsipr freshman thl* fall, has twirling txpcrirnue datinK hark to the fourth grade, and leading up lo boing a feature Iwiilir for HIP 1-iinar Twh Cardinal Baud In 1%1-fii. Sh« has unn ll>8 nii-dalH arid 174 trophlei and in 19m was u>)pr!«d as tht Nwiionrtl Champion Scnloi' ftnit- let. For a cleaner beach: Clear Your Litter and a Little More Help Keep Our BEACHES CLEAN! Henkes For people who are serious about saving.. . Henkes Volume Values We buy by the carload, truclcload and boat-load. W e pass our lavings from these volume purchases on to you in the lowest possible prices consistent with HENKE high quality. And you get Top Value Stamps, too. A DIVISION OF THI KROGER CO. 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Wttltlorfc Breeze 35c Blue Silver Dust *'""* 77«» Pkg. //C fOe Off Blue Rinso s!ie 65c Tip Top Fruit DrinklO Fluffy All 33c Dlihwaihtr All 'Si. 0 .- 45c Condtnud All «f Q_ /7C Mb. l-Oi. sit. Laurie Dome Top GARBAGE CAN Only •olden Green Handy Andy •S2- 69c With Ammonie Handy Andy ZB-Oi. Size Liquid Wisk "£*' 73c Liquid Lux siie' 63c Toilet Soap Lux 2 !:?; 21 c Toilet Soep Lux 2 SI! 29c So*p Lifebuoy 2 BR :?, 23c Soap Lifebuoy 2 S::^ 33c Soap Praise 2 f::: 41 c Large Siie 7e Off Surf 28c Detergent Vim Slant 6?c Liquid All Jumbo Siie •c Off Liquid Swan 55c 22-Oi. Size Maryland Club Coffee 71c l-Lb. Size -h INSTANT TEA

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