The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on August 29, 1962 · Page 5
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Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, August 29, 1962
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THE BRAZOSPORT FACTS lAtOSPORT AND ftRAZORIA COUNTY. TEXAS. Wto.. AUGUST », l»« lake Methodist Chancel """Jr."*- T l ~A~A~T~TTTT~T r, -, ". Local AAUW Is Studying US Aid To Latin America Choir Attends Clinic Ming upon sight. Members attending wore Ifar- old Hull, farolvn Kulmcr, lonn \Val*cl, pick Snyrier, (lei-aid Tinner. CJrady Jones, Mnryann Hank- Ktftoon members of Iho Oum-lslon, ,ludi and Molly I.uckenhach eel Chnlr of first Motl-disl Clyde M I c h e I, rinris Vaughl rhuifh In Ijlke .I-'-. 'Marge Lewis, r->:a Calbrenth' A Cantata, Heading .Venona Clinic for junior li hold in Houston. Sections eighl Christina* Cnnlnlas were olio llol Editorial—Adv.—BE 3-3511— Clossified—BE 3-2611 PAGE 5 Thfv ami June Spoil y. ? '" tf SL At n recent mooting o f Iho rights being auctioned to were accompanied by American Association of Univor. highest bidder, .'•'•oil (Jalhronlh. Rll! Murks. Jeim- sily Women summer study group Knc h serf owed to his and CJorry Rnydor, WOMEN dawn rifle in dawn dusk colors :n rcporl was Riven by Mr?. D. A. ISO days of labor per year Rallnrd on Iho Vicos project in w;i|?es of four cents a woek. t h o lerns. > As the Vicos study continues, • patron Ihe results appear very favorable, i n t The Vicos community council - In bought title to the Hacienda on '• return thp patron allowed each April .'!, irxa. Vicosinos have been I 'Hiis projecl, termed an "ex. serf Ihe use of a small plol nf invited to nine neighboring vil- ! p " r i in e n I in applied anlhro- ' nm l plus water and firewood. Di- lages lo advise Ihem on similar polosy," was undertaken in IflTiO rr<±< on-the-spot supervision was plans and have loaned by the Cornell University Depart- supplied by six Indian loaders other villages to help menl of Sociology and Anlhropol- ''"Hod mayorales, appoinlod by started, ogy logelher wilh the Peruvian lhl> P all '°n lo represent him; they Indigenous Institute division of hr '"' prestige lull no aulhorily, Ihe Peruvian government. ''""^ \'i''os projecl. proposed lo achieve a more representative Make A Storage Unit To Fit YOUR Needs Edited By LeROY BYRD put Grandmother's he. Shelf Where to ,,„. urannmoincr s be. Shelf space should vary to ae ntirjiie soup tureen? The silver commodalo big bulky ilo'ms Ikle semen? The collodion of demi- a silvers ervhe and low pieces taSSOS? Me shorborls without wasting an These are questions that confron '"''"• Advance planning like this money to Ihem got II was financed largely by a Corpora- distribution of power and rospon- Mrs. Kallard reported. The staled object of Dip Vicos projecl was "a frankly anthropological study of what happens when a community of backward and illiterate Indians is exposed gradually and systematically to the peculiarities of modern technology; is encouraged to break away from a tradition of auhniar- ginal agriculture ami medieval serfdom lo a system of economic near-sclf-s-ufficiency and political ogalitarianism," according lo ihe report. Mrs. Kallard slated that this project shows Ihe effect of a deliberate program designed to got Ihe Indians to Accept technological improvement*, and then the economic and social ronsoqtiencos of Ihe innovations. The Vicos ha- si hilly within the traditional ed pilot projects in Thailand] In- framework. At first the Projecl dia, New Mexico and Canada lra ' lprs assumed Ihe position of n . "patron" and met weekly wilh ,r )J ' "wording lo the Indian mayorales. - """ r ' rojc<:l srt m " w By VXil the control of the hacienda was transferred to an elected body of proven leaders from the Indian community and the Up until the present the Vicosi- nos are not caught up in any way in Peru's political vagaries. Apparently they are not required | o nay eilher taxes or military service to the nalional government. Much has been achieve/ »y this Ihe report, ivith the first and foremost problem — food. They made the Indian enter into the decision - making and so Sea Shells Make Unique Containers For Flowers every homemaker woh wanls to "''' "Ivoid inconveniences like hav- slow her precious posession in a K lo slack salads on lop of din- safe place, yet have Ihem in a spo pr P'atrs. where they can be reached easily: Linens present a special prob- 1 se ' lorn. To keep them as frrsh as the. Ideally, the place to keep every- r!a V lllp y wore, ironed, I hey should thing that relates to dining room 1)0 lnirl on shelves and not stack^ rw h ,r zi-ri.r soci r y ,h fAm r ican ^- ] ^*^<^™^t^'i^ : ^ noly of shapes, color* and IPX-!,sl* suggests these steps in usin* Ike the buffet rarely offer ado-,easier In rea, I, napkins and lahl" hires, make wonderful containers;"he"* n flower containers. Filljquate storage sjpace, the Ihing lo <-'lolhs sjet al the hack \vithniu for fresh flowers. So if you're Ihe shell wilh water to make sure ;do is lo equip Ihe dining room -rumpling those in front. The silver planning a seaside vacation, or a 't wont leak. Seal any holes wilh:with tailor-made cabinets. ''best should he set on a similar weekend visit to the seashore, col- paraffin. Then insert into thei One idea calls for a free stand- pull-out shelf lrct some of the more attractive shells. ' Trays direct control and HIP group was (old. In Ihe economic field, the first slop of the Project was lo in crease the foxid crop which provided only n bare - subsislance diet. The big crop of Ihe area is potatoes. The Project obtained blight - resistant s and insecticides and to the Indians at cost. Here they ran into resistance because (he Indians wore too poor, landless, and suspicious of a presaturated foam flower,ing storage unit which could ei- 1'rays can be stored vertically .holder, cut a little smaller than'vlher be placed against a wall or in pigeon hole files at ihe bottom Tiny shells and olher fasclnal-' u* £ Me "''H f '7 er , S(ems into : a ' jt as a divi ' 1er «*» '^veen din- of the cabinol. e created a stable, responsible ing bits of marine life, such as ° r and add Wal<?r ' mg room anii livin * r °om or din-: The divider uiil serve as a show government in this one local area little star fish, coral or other' flower arrangements ln >? room and entrance hall. The case as well as a storage unit if the speaker said ' hardened marine pieces also are :Wi " B ' ve your norne a cml look ?lora Re divider would need to be,doors have glass panels set in The,-o Indians have not yet been exceptionally attractive'as acces" and serve to remind y° u o[ lhose l" 1 !^ 15 ° r ]8 ""''""' derp an<1 its handsomr ' wow! Barnes, and the caughl up in Peru's wearying sories in large flat and clear Pleasureful days al Uie beach. ilT* 1 "' ollld l » ahout sevp " '™l. whole cabinet will be a Ihing of power - struggles, and it is im- glass containers used for flower! ,, ""!' Would t)<? dividccl veric-;beauty if it is Mshionerl of a wood possihln to predict what the effect arrangements. I „..„.! „ „,,..„,,.,,,., a " y , lnl V Re . vnral . ''ompartments, kpep Douglas fir. Fir is nxquisdt iio when (hey are, the report — ,, concluded. ally into several green each about three feet wide. n clear finishes that capture its cabbage in milk and then stir in The trick in tailoring the cab!- subtle tawny beige coloring and „ . , ,. * ver Slmmer shredded lldcli, Grty, Cocoa Resortcr in bruslicd ftipflr hv administrator, who leaser! the tiai irndH and ils serfs, such lease Workshop On Efficient Kitchens Set Sept. 11 'ienria covers 35,000 acres and 7' f '" nrd ' Twiit in relurn fw the project involved .ISO Jmlian ?, ,-°" hp CTOp ' Wilh E0od ' families, she said. i , J'j •""' ' he P ° lal ° y Prior to 1950 when the project/' 0 ",^ °" plo ' S , WhPre lhe new commenced, .ho Vi,.os hacienda •"*$"* *™ T'' , had been run hv Ihe patron or M "' Ba "/" d stalcd lhat th " n I M, IT p vpryun p a( | op| p d (ne new „,,,„,_ »l Y i o ! d s have Increased much as 400 per cent altogether, and Vic-os is now the largest potato producer in the region. In Ihe education field, prior to the Project there wa« n very poor ami primitive school in Vicos whore 1 5 t o 2 0 ci;endcd of the A workshop on "Making Kitcli- -VX) school age children, she re- ens More Efficient" is scheduled ported. With Ihe guidance of the for 9:30 a.m. Sept. 11, H t the Project, the Indians built new Home Demonstration Building at school facilities, complete with a Ihe county fair grounds in Angle- hot hmch program which, accotd- (on ing lo the report, helped bolh nu- Mrs. Doris Myers, home man- Irilion and sc-hr«l attendance, agemenl specialist of Cnllfge Sta- There are n ,, w marp | han lw tinn. will he in charge of the sludenls, mostly bojs who study workshop and will present ideas vocational agriculture and ear- on making kilcheas more etfi- pontry- " fnt - In Ihe public health <ieid, a The workshop is being planned clinic was set up for Vicos, to by Ceraldine Lee, c-ounly home which a L'.N. Kmergenc-y Kund demonstration agent, and the truck crimes Iwice a week with a county IID program planning doctor, nurses and public health committee. It is for all women of specialists. The main emphasis, the c-ounly. hn«p\Tr. anri not just accordmc In the report i« oti members of IID clubs or 4-lf. child and maternal health prob- W lawyer. doctor, merchant, chief... ? fy ¥ & Jacquard BEDSPREADS Reg. 5.99 Full or Single lobby Crew S-M.L GIRLS SOCKS CAMPUS PANTIES 51-15 NYLONS BOYS & GIRLS Stretch SOCKS "IT I 3.11 W3.11b $6.99 to $8.50 •'•' I" 4. A, B, C * U Widlhi— PRICED ACCORDING TO SIZE! Young America's Finest Fitting Shoes for schooltime... Sensibly priced and Or anytime. . . expertly fitted at: JEAN Headquarters FALL DRESSES In Ginghams and Dark Cartons Sizes 3 to ex, 7 to 14 Designed By Lillie Bee, Arlene Airess, Lil Airess 99. 099 2" to 8 JUNIOR and JUNIOR PETITES PRICED ACCORDING TO SIZES by Betty Barclay. Jo Junior Carole Rodgers, and Martee Sizes 3 fo 15 6" to 19 BACK-TO-SCHOOL LINGERIE by Shirey and Lorraine "Wher* Quality Cost No Mara" 99 BROCKMAN'S ^ ^ iw USE YOUR BROCKMAN'S CHARGE CARD JUST SAY CHARGE IT! Slim—Regulars—Huskies • LEVI BLUES • LEVI WHITES 3.59—4.15 3.98-4.98 • FARAH Double Knee GOLD STRIKES 2.98 3.75 • WRANGLER 4 to li 2.99 • SADDLE KING 13 ] /4-Oi. SIZES 4 to 12 SIZES U to U Wain Sim 2f to 3* H-Oi. DENIMS Men's 3.75 AHGUTDM > WEST COLUMBIA * UK£ JACKSON GYM SHOES for Girls White Oxfords 4 to 10 N ft M Width 2.99 & 3.99 Boys Gym Shoes Whir, or Hock Oiford or Hiqh Tap Sim I'/t »e i. •'/! to 12 Special 3.99 U.S. Grips 4.99 & 5.99 Its Sewing Time Boy's Long Sleeve GINGHAM SHIRTS Dan River—Mooreivllle Siiei 1 to 7, 4 to U 1.99—2.99 Men's Sizes S-M-L-XL 2.99 to 5.99 • DARK COTTONS 39c yd. • 36" to 45" GINGHAM 59c yd. • BETTER PRINTS 79c yd. Milliken Woolens 2.99—3.99 Gilbrae Cottons 99c to 1.79 Ameritex Cottons 99c to 1.99 Dan River—Mission Valley Cottons—Star Crest Galey & Lord—Shagbark & Mooresville

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