The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on August 30, 1962 · Page 11
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I 3 20SPORT PACTS '•r -^ ^ I'M SORRY, J"-^ -1 >. SUMS-IT AD. ) J\d BUT MY CHAip •;{. s I VOU MlMD g ON THt I'ORSiP FOR -.—•( YOUR jusr roc> //' ! r •I'U.S. TODXVY^ LOLLIPOP. TOO,) O/MfT V/EEK LATER MOUNT EVERES T.'f rHE VILEST CRIMINALS IW THE WORLD ARE HERE IN HOJG KOW3." PICK OUT THE WORST OF THEM " WALTER ~AND LET'S GO.'. r ??-WE'VE BE EM CLIMBING FOR WEEKS, BUT THAT LITTLE OLD MAN AND THAT DOG — ZIPPED AHEAD OF US'? WHY THE REDUCTION? IT'S ONLYl HALF ! FULL ! JUDGE POTTER -MOW THAT THE TRIAL IS OVER- COULD I POSSIBLV PURCHASE EVIDENCE? SNUFFY SMITH YOU FOUOWEP MV PieecnoNs CAEEFULLV ANVTHNS AT AL THAT LOOK: FAMILIAR I NSVEK V HOW DO VDJ THOLJSMT LIKE THIS RANSER SWAMP FEKNS LOO< EPIBLE on, rrc NOT SO BAP.. SETTLE BAILEY LET'S ALL CHIP IN AN' HECK.WAIT A MINUTE / HI. GRANDMA/ WE HOMEMADE FUDGE / GRANDMA'S FAVORITE.' FUDGE ISN'T ou» BROUGHT YOU OVER A FAVORITE CANDY.../ BAG O-JELLY BEANS/ OH, I DIDN'T THINk YOU COOLO COME OVER TILL ( NEXT WEEK/ GRANDMA. I'M TH'STOVE REPAIR MAN/ THAT'S WHAT I THOUGHT. BUT TH'KIPS HAVE BEEN HOUNDIN' ME FOR CV\YS._ . ..f PLEASE OET OVER HECE AN'RXVOUR BAKIN'STOVE/ Editorial—Adv.—BE 3-3511—Cteslfle*—BE 3-2411 PAGE 11 Five Apply For Bernard Piers Five owners of property on the four by 54 foot pier with « glx hj San Bernard River south of Braz- 20 fool: L-head about four miles ona have made applications to the downstream from Sportsmans US Corps of Engineers in Calves* ian. and Radford proposes to con- ton for permits to construct piers an. and Radford proposes to con- in the river. The live, all Houstonions, are Al- If no comments are received by that date, it will be consilered that there are no objections. -""&"» pLuinjn^a iw uuiiu a pier Ll " Ml ulc Bmuupuim oi navigation, of six by 88 feet with a six by 18 should be received by the District foot L-head at a location about En £i neer not later than Sept. 8. two miles downstream from Tf "" ™ mmant ° — '—' •-•• Sportsmans Span. In the same locality, Dodd plans a pier, six by 70 feet with a T-head six by 30 feet. About three miles downstream from the bridge, Hoffman plans a live by 68 foot pier with a six by 13 foot T-head. Olin wants a permit to build a NfW FP JAIL SAVES TIME, EXPENSE FrppportVi CHy Jail ban been moved from a . City Hall location to the rear of the Police Station on Avennp A at Division Street for more convenient proce»«iln(f of prisoner*. Detective . I.nrry Chevalier I* shown In the. jail nm- arounil, n««l whenever the foar-crll rapacity of eiRhrt prlxoners ]•> eicneded. A dividing wall with two cells on pacli nlde allowi for tlon of male and fonmln prisoners. Better shower and clean-up facilities have been Installed at tho new Jail, «1th provisions for additions In Ihe run-around when needed. Persons arrested and processed at the Station were formerly transported by patrol car to the City Hall jail, so the new- site alio savett officers' time and city U/ou ^tnd Ljour6 By BUBTOK H. FERN, MJ>._ Dear Doctor Accident Report A car-truck accident in down- vin Hargfo Charles Dodd, Frank miles J. Hoffman, W. G. Olin and bridge. Rupert Radford. struct a five by 35 foot pier with a five by 40 foot T-head about five Hargis proposes to build a pier Either the knot slips or body town Lake Jackson about 10:45 fluids weaken the thread. a.m. Tuesday resulted in A temporary plastic tube can I s ? 5 in damages to the auto often reconnect tubea that have | ticket for the truck driver, been cut in two. After the tube Is weightlifting the best muscle-builder? Mr. A. K. (Ga.) Dear Mr. K.: Possibly—If you're young, strong and enjoy a beautiful biceps, such as the one you i sketched. tic is removed, | Starting weight-lifting gradu- ian C g open i ally will prevent Charley horse t atralns andi streakln K raln8 Only a dumb- streaking down arms and'leg. Parked position. Driver Scholarship Given By U Man, Wife BEAUMONT-The Carl Longenberger Memorial Scholarship at Lamar Tech will go to Robert H. Chase Jr. of Port Arthur, for the 1962-63 school year, according to David L. Host, dean of student life and chairman of the scholarship committee. The Longenberger Scholarship is given by Mr. and Mrs. Gerald A. Jacobsen, of Laka Jackson, both graduate* of Lamar Tech. Mrs. Jacobsen If the former Beth Chase, sister of the icholarship recipient. Named in honor of a former classmate who was killed In an automobile accident last year, the scholarship grant Is shared equally by Mr. and Mrs. Jacobsen and their employer, Dow Chemical Co. of Lake Jackson. Each contributes downstream from the Any protests to the projects, from the siandpoint of navigation, New Through Sot. "PLEASE DON'T EAT THI DAISIES" "WHERE THE BOYS ARE" iof such grants. ving both bell would suggest that senior citizens with weak tickers — try lifting 300- pound weights, Officers said Mabel Ward was backing a 1962 veh'T wa^c ine \cmcie was struck nf;ht rear *>>' a ' re 'S ht company i staff. He is tbe son of Mr. and ear Doctor: I'm 44 with pains :truck ' also pulling out from a! Mrs. R. H. Chase Sr. of the i Chase is an honor student at S the by the Department of Chemistry Will this leave me crippled? ;t™ck was Edward Lincecum of 1 Lamar Tech and is a member of tion can tell! Perhaps you merely need KC- tra vitamins, medicine to relax Less athletic- blood vessels or tranquilizers. minded readers j Whatever you have, the soon- can get all the ! er it is checked, the better tha Miss V. P. (Korea) iBrazoria who received a ticket|Sigma Chi social fraternity. He P.: Only an examina- for '^Proper start from a parked]was graduated from Thomas Jef- |ferson High School, Port Arthur, Dear Miss P.: Only an examina- 1 position. CALIFORNIA Potatoes L J?39 e THREI MOTHERS OROCIRY 109 Ldra Jaeluon Rd. Clot*. T«as NEW GAR LOANS TERMS UP .TO MONTHS THE FREEPORT NATIONAL BANK weight - lifting they want by charging up and down stairs. With every step upwards, you lift over 100 pounds—yourself! Bleeding Gums cure. Don't hesitate, investigate! Removing Tattoo ! Dear Doctor: Can doctors remove an embarrassing tattoo Dear Doctor: I take Dilantin'R ' from my forearm? to prevent convulsions. Mr. C. J. (Ohio) How can I keep soft, bleed-, Dear Mr. J.: Yes — it can be Ing gums from swelling until ; cu t out or dissolved away, they practically swallow up my , Large tattoos can be cut off, teeth? ; little by little, leaving only a Mrs. J. O. (Minn.) ! fine scar. They can also be re- Dear Mrs. O.: Brush with a v. et moved with one slash, using a toothbrush, advises one of my , skin graft to speed healing. readers. William Prelle, Conn. ! Even poorly matched skin is That's how he hardened gums ; i^s embarrassing than a mus- and stopped bleeding. i de-rippling dancing girl or a The dentist can trim back • heart labeled "Rosle". firm tissue after you've brushed RONSON LIGHTERS MORE than 1/2 OFF! LIMITED QWNTITY! BUY N&W! bad (rums away'. Wants More Children Dear Docior: Can doctors re- j open my tied tubes to allow me Dr. Fern't mailbox i* \cide open /or letter* from readers. irhtlc he cannot underrate to answer individual letters,he will use renders' questions in his column whenever possible and when they arc of general inter- have more babies? Mrs. L. K. (Texas} Dear Mrs. K.: Tied tubes some- r.sf. .-UMrns your /<*ffrra to reopen by themselves. Fern m care of this neu'ijM C 1962, King Feature* Syndicate, Inc. Fufuras, Local Musical Group, Make Recording GRANDMA ivMAr species 'STJPVM&' now, BIRDWATCHER', A local nni"i> < nl croup has IP- ivUxi thrir first commercial re[cord. The rccorii rt'lpnsnl Tiiosiiay j\\as nwonlcd hy the Futuras. n Kfoup inado up of teenagers, and ;»as \\\c first disc r^lcasi-d by a 'now l^ike .l.n-kson rwonling firm, .Van's House of Music. Tlu 1 nvk aiui roll record that is ion s,-\lo at Rrazosport and Angle- lull rocoixi shops is entitled "C'r>', C'ry. i'r\" and "I^-t's Do It." Tin 1 hXitur.is an- niado up of Hobby Hooil. saxophonist, of Kroo\l a sliulont ut \\'barton jjunior rollout 1 : l\in Toa.mie, lead of Kivo|H>rt; 11. D \Var- eke, lead l>acki;round piitar, o| 10 \ViU I\'.\c-h Community, John \\'u>no Kin;;. Iwiss piitar. Uild IViwh: Johnny Kay Red, dninis, m: I.a\\'rotu'e Hippo, S'lx-a- jlist. \\Vst {'oluinhia. ' lx>nn\ Roivrts is iiiaiiafjor ct , the i^coim, also a vtH'ali.sl and plays mniar. Hnhorts. o( Angk'ton, also is publicity director for the U»ke Jiiokson Ci-M Gator soflKUl Tlie Ixind plays seven hpos of inusio accorilins to Roberts— rock aiiii roll, counliy and western, popular, Latin rhythms, polkas, and Dixieland jazz. They have j made personal appoarani'es all over the county and also at tiie NCO Club at 1-aokland Air Kon-e i^ise and the Brownwood Hotel in Bniwn\wod. Tlie group's next recoixi will be releasoil iin Oct. 1. This one mil U 1 a western number with Roberts on Ihe vocul. RON50N HICmiTE Tad, .U«V, bMKtifol. Eny to fill with fantovt Ronwn iwivtl bat*. iTORE HOURS Monday Till 1 p.m. Friday Till I p.m. Tuev. Wed.. TKurs., Sat., Till i p.m. TARPON INN VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTER Help Keep Our BEACHES FREE FREE1 EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS WITH COUPON AND $2.00 PURCHASE OR MORE VOID AFTER SEPTEMBER 16, 1962 FREEPORT AVE. A & HWY 288 RANDY'S CLUTE HWY 332 & U. ROAD STATIONS

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