The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on August 31, 1962 · Page 2
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Freeport, Texas
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Friday, August 31, 1962
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PAttl 2 fditorial~.Adv.~ll L3«l 3-2*11 THI IR A ZOS PO R T PACTS Af Angleton Five Approved For Faculty Five new teachers were em-,were also employed. They arc ployed by the An R lcton School j M ,,,, . Rlllh H azelwood, who will BonrH ,n , re tollrth grade af Northsifi(1 (.._,. ,. _. . i ..... , ....... Supt. 0. V McDMiel sa,d the and Mrs . ^ r . F „„„ wi] , Board also brought two pamph- ,. cturn , 0 kindergarten tps ,. hinR lets on school policies up to date, :irftcr an absence of about hv * though no major changes were: years, due to ill health made in either. , McDaniel said the policy changes The Board approved the hiring of Maggie Brown, as music teacher at Northside. She is a .recent made by the Board were 'simply revisions of the "Handbook for Students" and the 'Handbook graduate of Sam Houston StaTe lor Prtnci£, S Td T^cnT " C ^Sdfy, a sp.'^he^:^^^: graduate of the University of Tex- sions designed to bring both the Angleton Council Turns Down Bill For Repairs as. will teach high school English. Kmest Short, who holds a Master's Degree from the University of Houston was employed as fifth grade teacher at Northside. He has 10 years of teaching experience, and taught last at New Caney. Two longtime Angleton ...-,,dents and former local teachers Segregation Protest STOCKHOLM (AP) - Docile demonstrators were carried off by police after staging a sit-down anti-bomb show outside the Soviet and U.S. Embassies Thursday night About 80 youths between IT to 2a demonstrated. handbooks up to date. One other change which Me- Daniel mentioned concerns moving of one fifth grade class to the present "Sixth Grade" building adjacent to the junior high school. This will be the class taught by Mrs. Eddie Barnes, and the change is being made to provide a room for an additional third grade class at the Southside Elementary School, this year. Last year there were three first and three second grade classes at that school, and two classes each of third, fourth and fifth 1 grades. This year there will be n?cr boats ln MAGGIE BROWN Music Teacher Coast Guard {Station Called 81 Times Freeport Coast Guard personnel, called out to assist in various emergencies including lost fisher men, overdue small crafts, and The Angleton City Council turn ed thumbs down on payment of a bill from Mustang Tractor Co., and also suggested that future ransacHons by the city be made only on an officially executed vork order. The bill in question is for abou $1300 some $400 more than . e three classes each of the first three grades, two of the fourth -• --> •-••— u. inw 1U11I U and one fifth grade class, Me- CHECK OUR LIST of 'WILD DEUCES' SATURDAY, SEPT. 7 The Haber-Dasher TARPON INN VILLAS* DOWNTOWN FREEPORT In the Gulf, had carried out 81 search and rescue mission* this year, up to Aug. 27. Chief Norman Taylor, in charge of the Station, reports that the mission involved 1,487 miles and 240 operational hours. And, to Aug. 27, his men had boarded and examined 148 vessels, checking safety equipment such as fire extinguishers and life preservers. i Station personnel also handle an' average of 600 incoming and outgoing official messages each month, Chie/ Taylor said. During 1961, 293 search and res- lne , cue missions were carried out,(carried inV'nK-inCT a tnfal nl 1 Q41 :l 1 the price which Councilman L. O Harris said was quoted to him by a company representative. Cliff Grissom of the Mustang Tractor Co. met with the Council to discuss the matter, and explained that the main difference was on parts which were replaced and that it was impossible to tell which parts would neeo replacing until after the machine was torn down. Immediately after the vo'- to reject payment of the bill, the Council made the suggestion that n future business with companies, vork be done only after execution of an official work order. ,IFT STATION ALTERATIONS Bids on alterations and addi ions to the lift station at Kiber parking meter repair man In Houston, concerning the possibility of moving some of the little used parking meter* located on side streets to replace some broken ones in the main business section. Wells was directed to advise the Council when he obtains some cost estimate on this work EQUIPMENT The Council approved a pay ment of $1,291.90 to O'Meara'- Scott Motor Co. for purchase of a new pick-up truck for which the contract was awarded at the last Council meeting. They also approved a payment of $606 for a new typewriter and an adding machine (or the city offices. These were purchased rom the Underwood Corporation. and Anderson streets were ordered advertised, and will be opened at the Sept. 11 Council meeting. The Council viewed drawings of these alterations and additions as presented by Jack McLaren. They had approved the work at an earlier meeting, but had not seen t h t drawings at that time or ordered bids advertised. PARKING METERS Polic* Chief F. E. McLaren asked the Council to consider a petition for the annexation of Hill V Dale Subdivision, ocated near the County Fairgrounds. McLaren said City street Supt Melvin Leonard has approved spe- ifications for subdivision streets there. The Council agreed to accept this petition, subject to execution of a contract outlining all ipecifi- cah'ons. MEETING TIME OH A NOB A» i« customary, the meeting time for the Angleton City Council changes to 7:30 p.m., eKectivt in September. 392 vessels. Chief Taylor and IT men are on duty at the Station, on call when Cigarette Sale Banned MANCHESTER, England IAP> -The South Manchester Hospital Group banned sales ot cigarettes BRAZOSPOftT AND BRAZORIA COUNTY, TIXA1 FRIDAY, AUOUST 31. 1962 AT SWEENY Contract Okayed For Gas Line Extension CLUTS JAMBOREE QUEEN Ml»« AnllR Coleman win crowned queen of the Chile Jn.vcrw Jamboree held recently In the city. Jaycee president Fred Pate m«rt> the presentation. Diannn fircen and I,lndn Kvitm nprp first nnd second rimnenip*. Emcee tor the pri^rum «„« I> n y| on Cnnovrr. The event wa^ deemed a W K -mire.s by the .layrem »n aflrilHnn to prhteft previously announced for the queen contest, I'p To DH|« Clemen gave n $5 rfft perttricate and Charm Reniilr Shop mm- tilhtitpri beniilv work. Thp involving a total of 2,943 miles and 586 operational hours. During last year, Coast boarded and Guardsmen also ,P <5t«H °" " spokesman said the group ac- ie station. \cepied advice from medical su- trainmg program is,perintcndents to discourage smok- iere each summer, ing in hospitals. Cigarette vend- with reserve personnel renewing their training, some for 13 days and some for 27 days, Chief Taylor C?n!r4 * . - ing machines in the six hospitals are to be taken away, he said. Visitors still can bring cigar- NO MIXING NO PAINT ODOR IT'S SCRUBBABLE NOW-SAVE 20% vents dripping OP ; makes at Theres's no .. .»,-».» j paint oddr, elthef! After ?• ' t , Wfy* finished ty ^'tfse plafp, water,to ,V©Uf brushfesand rollers! Best *- -./ ' : '•of aff; it's completely scryb- With TUX ^n-yow- walls, you can scrub awgy spatters, dirt.«mudjfc$; ,j Ball, Vance Back-A Few Mates Later ADV PAIS THUR8 AUG M By BOB THOMAS AP Movie-Television Writer HOLLYWOOD IAP) - Lucille jBall and Vivian Vance are back i at the same old stand, three years i and a few husbands later. | Tlie famed red-haired star and her blonde pal are teamed once again for television, their first en- jgagenient together since the end i of nine fabulous years of "I Love ' Lucy." I This time it's "The Lucy Show." iTJie girls are the same as ever, (though their maritaj status nncds | some explaining. Lucille, has shed her real and .television husband. Desi Arnaz, and married comedian Gary Mor- j ton, but Dcsi remains producer of | the new show. Vivian is no longer married to KAREN S. MINSIIEIV At Anuirillii All! By MATTIE t,KK JORDAN Tlie Sweeny Council awarded contract for a gas line extensu to the Onkt Subdivision, author! ed the mayor to sign dociimen requested by the State Heal Agency pertaining to the locf lospltal project, and aired tw separate complaints Issued b citizens at Tuesday night'« coun ell meeting. Mayor A. M. Anderson also ar ninistercd the oath of office I he recently appointed Auxiliarv 'olice Force and issued to ther dcntificatlon cards designalin lem duly appointed members o he emergency corps Anderson commended th« men lost of whom are members o he Volunteer B'lre Department or their past service to the City f Sweeny and Its citizens. He old Ihe group, Including quite t visitors, that the deputizing the additional men was in nc pans to be construed that crime wave existed", but to ake available the services 01 ily authorized personnel in Ihe vent of emergencies thai may cctir when the regular police rce would need assistance. AS I.INE Two bids were submitted on the « line extension. The City and developer ot Ihe Oaks Sub- vision accepted the bid of South- nd Welding Co. of Rosenberg In the amount of W,411.80. An Angleton Firm, De Angelo , Construction Company, bid $5,577. herrd to by city employees In Iheir line of duty but he ccrlnin- ly was "questioning Ihr manner 1 In which fin attempt to collect Ihe bill was made." He furlher slated lhal "nil citizens should be regarded as good customers of Ihe city nnd some* diplomacy should be used when personal contact Is necessary to collect a bill." Cnhoon also said that he believed that Mo.rimon ilmsolf should nllend to such dul- es nnd not tend a boy to do Ih* iob. It was at this point thai Merimon told the Council that if (hoy veren't satisfied wilh the way hf was handling his Job "they could tave It." 1 Mayor Anderson added that he bought the matter had been set- led in an amicable agreement, fowcver, he concurred wilh Ihe nought projcled by Cnhoon and ome other members of tho Conn- II Hint lhe "altitude and manner n which collections are made are s Important to (he City as Ihe loney derived from the bills." Joe Dlk« appemed before the A ouncil to request that he be al- owed to park his car parallel on h« street in front ot Long's Th«ter when picking up bundles of >aper« on Sunday mobiing at 2 m. This request was granted. Dika told tho Council (hat sine* e City pel-milled large Inicks lo ck-knife their vans on Ihe street the daytime when (here was IRAJ ID f Kmt iipnla ipprw Board Thr irr M rrll K L ma! pours is ii i lols of traffic, lie could srp no ira- son why the niglil patrolman oh- for a period of .10 minutes when there WHS no other traffic on the streets. OS. begin immediately and be completed within 15 days. The City's engineering firm has estimated ^r ,£££££ K /»»<•< D r r Alra "'«« ""- if $2500 J~'"»n 10 oe ,|, e council wanted them to look ~ '. . . 'he other way when a traffic vlol- The breakdown or costs figures ation occurred tliev could do so m the contract revealed that the | but the night patrolman was onlv developer's part would be $2,205.- acUnR under lis „„,„,.„ ,„ kcc if/Ill I Sec Hit ,f A F Priinlt iuries ivhen rratini Blvd. The. nnd A OT) T lo Cor port 1 After | J'l t their Frc< was ti when scoole 13fS i Keller : Kror.pi I P'"' 1 I OJfii | pad | the Jcr am S7. Since the City had required a deposit of $2,500 by the developer prior to calling for the contract, 'the Council agreed to immediate- 'ly refund the difference back to the Sweeny - Old Ocean Finance Co. upon whom the check had been drawn. HOSPITAL * JbofMffeclft' o> wafer sp0ttih|r * I T^X Its a trleo 1 arid * .-si,- »-^;> v . „ „ . Tlie Council voted unanimously lo authorize the mayor to sign two documents that had been requested by the State Health Agency in regards »$a the, proposed Community Hospital. Dr Raymond Britton, a council member and their representative on Ihe haspital board, and O. K. Hitchcock, vice chairman of the board, outlined the process of Ihe project which included a re- iox. — UAKiP 01 ''. °" t"' 8 week's meeting of the law. Dike revealed by n blackboard diagram that II was necessary for him to head his car cast when parked lo properly load it. This according to law, would place him headed in Ihe wrong direction for a proper traffic flow. Ths Police Chief pointed out that Dike would be responsible for any accident that might occur because of improper parking of bis vehicle. Dike said he was willing to take his chances. Ironically, upon leaving HIP Council meeting at City Hall, the Facts reporter noted that two councilmcn's cars were improperly parked but Chief Hood had not ticketed them , Mrs her real spouse, actor Philip Obrr, Airman Third Class Karen S |! ne Hos P' taI Board with the arch- nor to William Frawley. her ever- Minshew, daughter of Mr and I ' lccts ' loving husband of "I Love Lucy." M ™ Ollie R. Minshew of West i" 16 Council we ™ in accord in of literary Columbia, Tex., is being reassign-' rel(emtul S I 16 ' 1 ' desire to see the rd to Amarillo AFB, Tex.! for sllccessnjl completion of th pro: — -. i.. .i_ _ i»..u..: i , _. • • ' _'* I nnsnrl /*VtmmtinJti> Ilna«i4.t TI She is now the wife To keep the confusion lo thp technical Iraining as a United^ pospd ; 10 Keep me c-oufusion lo the technical training as a United i 1 Community Hospital. How- iminimum. the new show features States Air Force administrative 6Ver> lhey rcminded the spokes|them husbandless — Lucille by specialist. ' i men that the City was depending l»vllOIQ|| llOW I I 11% lHdl^ffM4^A Itne last three years? i "Everything I could," she re- iplied. 'I played the Jack Paar I show, summer stock; I kepi as busy as possible. There was a special reason for this. "I had to find my own identity. I was so submerged in Elhel Mertz that I was-a/raid I would never again be recognized for my iwnself. Oh, I was grateful to her or the biggest success I had ever mown. But, being a creative pcr- ion, I was worried that I would be stuck doing the same role all my life." She is perhaps more aware of ler identity than most persons. She suffered, a nervous break- lown 10 years ago and spent sev eral years in analysis. PrC " "'"*"" Wrl " r FREEPORT LUMBER 623 W. BROAD BE 3-$256 '. » id you will too• one* you've Wed it.Comi W' ^ ' •* 11 nv»r, w«fw fluvial me exact color *' •''»'.»' , iV'— yotu ixetf abioi-s or the 1001 ' cfajgrtitad TUX colors; / ***" to the touch in a fevjf ' • ^**i*, ', hgtirs 0- you can enjoy, a fresfc fiswilecoratf ng scheme LOW PRICE COLOR TV Th< BROMLEY Dduxe Seriet 212-F-78-M 260 sq. In. picturi RCA VICTOR COLOR TV • Supar-Powerful "New VIsuV* Tuntr • High Fidelity Color Tub* With Separate Safety Glail • Color-Quick Tuning T.V. CENTER J6-I CUCLI WAT LAK{ JACKSON "Pan of it was dunne Ihe time when I was doing 'J Lovi- Lucy,' " she said. "I never would go (ait | without putting my name and address in my pocket—just in case " Trealmem restored her talance and iefi lic-r a /ealot for menial heailn. *, m liviw | n Stamford, :^iip has s|jcnt much fit her spare lime in menial hnxpilals in Ton- necticut as a volunteer worker with patients. She appears happy in her mm ,1'iase lo Ijotitls. whom shf met on :a Wind date in Santa Ke. N M. .iShe slarlni lhe series in July, will ;be. finished w ,n, i;, P .Wshcm''sca- ison in Kclii-uai-v. j Doesn't slie run Ihe risk of suh- ; merging her idotilily again? ! "1 don't think M," S |, P M1( ), I "At Irasi |,, y name is Vivian in ; Ihe show. I'll | M , playing nly ,,„.„ a(;e and ] ,•;,„ w ,. a ,. r|1()| . ( , aMl . (I ._ | live fiiessi-ti. i had in |,la> Flhel ! MCI M. older and kin.) ,,| 'dowdy [also, Klhel .sclrioin imiled. M P i like lo I)? happy." MEW CAR LOANS TIIMS UP TO MONTHS THE FREEPORT NATIONAL BANK , . —., of COMPLAINTS Complaints were aired involving the collection of a citizen's | overdue gas bill, and an alleged traffic violation.. Councilman A. B. Cahoon hrought up (he matter of the gas bill collection. The offended citizen had talked with Mayor And- jerson about Ihe matter, and had also reported the incident to the i councilman, the discussion reveal- led. The complain! centered around lhe manner in which Ihe City employee made the collection, and not the fact that the customer wan i delinquent in payment of Ihe bill, Cahoon said. An exchange of questions on the matter between Cahoon and Gas i'Supi. Jim Merimon brought forth ;•! retort from Merimon lhal "thfi | City wasn't paying him enough .money lo t a k« the italic he had to contend with", and lie-sides' lhal "he wan only carry- Ing out policy adopted by the Council al a recent meeting." i Cahoon lold Merimon that he wa» not que«tioning the policy of collecting over due bilui, that he liad voted for the ordinance, and expected that it would ba ad- BAI: deal extensively today wilh ,1 temporary kind—life insurance. It has become big business on the religious scene, with church groups handling more than $6'i billion worth of policies Benevolent works to strengthen faith and culture are carried on through the insurance enterprises. leading the field are th« Ijilh- erans, who once frowned on insurance as indicating a lack of lepcndcm-e on God's protection. Today, Iheir groups service a olal of more than J4 billion worth of insurance for Lutherans. "It's Ihe one lively thing we've got lhal brings all Lutherans lo- ;ellier," said Carl F. Oranrud. nf Minneapolis, the vigorous, rigar puf/lng president of Lutheran Brotherhood, one of th« top fraternal insurance societies. With policy - holders among members in all of the nation's II Lutheran bodies, the brotherhood has quadrupled its business in Inn last decade, and at I IIP mm* time, developed an imposing pio- gram lo promote th» «rt«, tdiic*. lion and tiwilogy. Significantly, Uic first Insurance organization in America was started under religious auspices. double loring liaiy i has fa of i,« •Ilie office KINDfROARTIN TO COLLfOI ANYWAY YOU LOOK AT IT WE HAVE THE MOST COMPUTE STOCK OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES IN BRAZOSPORT fatUM OFFICE SUPPLY.«... I

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