The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 5, 1962 · Page 8
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 8

Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, September 5, 1962
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Bdltarlol—Adv.— BE 3-3511—Classified— BE 3-2411 T H I BRAZOSPORT PACTS BRAZOSPORT AND BRAZORIA COUNTY. TEXAS. WED., SEPTEMBER 8, NEWS tin Services COAST D. Wallac pAted in "Exercise War Dance," a training exercise off the Coast of Californin, AUR. 27-31. The exercise, which involved 31 ships and 10,000 men of the First Fleet, centered around a fast oar-' -— ...... . „.... „.., u ,,^.,j. 1JS ,.,-(,,. s ( r j|<j nR f or( , c w hj,,|, u . as •e. seaman, USN, son of serving aboard the heavy cruiser I posed by submarines and 'ait- Mrs. C. W. Wallace oI.USS Helena, a unit which partici-jcraft. Air opposition was provid-j iiied by jet and propeller - driven aircraft, including medium bomb- OF CALIFORNIA -Joe 108 North Elm SI., Sweeny, is John Cispifol fihk Scoot Of Year honor bosto\vod and John Mrs. REMEMBER: THE SAVIN6EST MONTH 18 SEPTEMBER AT YOUR RAMBLER DEALER'S Month after month the '62 Rambler is setting new sales records. We're celebrating by offering the highest trades on the most popular Ramblers ever built. Right now you can get the year's best buy on a new '62 Rambler—best seller in Rambler history—because it has txtra-quality features not available in other cars costing hundreds of dollars more. So come in for a real bargain while we still have a big choice of models and colors. But hurry—they're going fast. CHOOSE FROM CONVERTIBLES, WAGONS, SEDANS Court House Records DISTRICT rOfHT DlK'KKT nvn, snts Thomm J. Risj, v». Ubtrly Muliul " orkm " n '" """*">•"««- j. . Insurant* Co., compfn First I Ran in Ann Arbor : These honor Scouts were cho- jsen by Exlorer rahinols throu K h- o»t the nation as delegates to the 3.WO olher Seouts from over BOO Scout councils. "ririK their slay. t |, e E , or . Participated in 54 skill events . ?nng fields of social, citiwn- •hip. vocational, service, phvsi- cal fttness, m,d ™tdoor skills John is a member of troop ;V!G id was sponsored by n, e West olumbia Rotary Club °n return trip by bus, the visited Mammoth Cave in - Greenfield Village, th I In addition lo flue-cured and;Stales. Tll^v nrt- tireciirerl, Smith- enn filler, clRnr hinder. olg nr burely, the U. S. Department of ern, Maryland, Kentucky and Ten- wrapper nnd mtacellnnfYiuii rlo- Agriculture lists nine other typev nessee dark nlntired, Virginia moslic. of lolweco grown in the United sun-cured, rlgar filler, Puerto HI- WHAT DO YOU CALL THAT HEEL? .IOHX l,/\l!GHLIN First Cnpltnl District is. Liberty Mutunr ,i "T • - — —jpensatirm. JuctsmeM. j ^ °"t Museum ...... Malula. by nc*t friend Raymond State Fair =„ ' Hatula vs. Tere.a Ann Hojne. a minor v . ,, r> a " nrt sole jmvlving heir of nrue HORUC, o^seoall game. deceased, damases. Judgment by agree- . "lent after evidence. " Ennis Odell Bottoms, et nx vs. Conti- ental Bus System, damages. Plaintiff* ook non-suil as to Continental Bus Co nly. Jury verdict received and filed, udgment entered. Lester Earl Jones vs. American orner- 1 Insurance Company, compensation.' »ry verdict. Judgment. I Bernard Aubrey Holland vs. Libert)'! I it t u a 1 Insurance Co.. compensation ! udnment by acreemenl. -^ a * Ttie rT . a Betroit Possarro Organ Recital Sunday R»mbl«r American— Unchallenged Econ- omyKintr.Wiol«-fam- Hy room— top quality -lowest prices, too. „,_,„ Rambler Classic Six- Only car with the Best of Both: Big-car room aod performance with small-car economy. •Monthly paymenti based on manufacturer's suggested retail prices for models shown, with '/j down payment, 36-month contract with normal carrying charges, federal taxes pajd. Does not include optional equipment, transportation, insurance, state and local taxes, if any. Prices may vary with dealer's individual 1 pricing policy. 250 HP Ambassador V-8-Hottest performing. Luxuriously, spaciously comfortable. 270 HP V-8 optional. American Motors- Dedicated to Excellence recital hy vnanes Pessarra will be present-•• , ——-' •=• imic.> «-asrnnrof ¥w .. _. P' m - Minday at the Free- jstro and Tony B. Mitoheii. damag-s.; P°" First Preshvlerian niiii-^v, Final judgment entered. with (ho m.W! . ..". Lnurch James Roberson sr.. et al v«. S J'A ^ ' C lnv 'l«- to attend oberts. dama«s. Judgment by agree-' A m 'rsery will be provided t™ »nt after evidence. i Small children Charles Franklin Martin v«. Texas: p »-"«aren. Imployers' Insurance A-sociation. com-! * essarra is currently Workinr- utual Liability Insurance''Co^of"'^. i ^ OUS(on State Collece. He ^has;' n^n. compensation. Final judgment , n .;Previously sensed as organist at! ^c. c. Crockett v s . Employers' Mutual !?" irs ' Pres byterian and Freeporti -asualtj- Co.. compensation. Jury trial. st - Paul S Episcopal Chtlrrh ; ludsment entered. i *pu -"f.*. 1.41111^41. E. E. Zwahr. Individually vj. Roy Lee' , P r °S ram will include classi- S o? r p I |a1ntiff fn^fs' ***"* " ld ' :m ""! ca splect ions from the early per-' v/t!oo"to simin* w!S?n°'z?«5!£ mTno? ! l0 ^. ot Germar > organ literature Sam C. Thomas, et u.t vs. Humble Jii| wntn major Works of J S Bach and Refining Co.. damages. Jury vei*ct. and Dietrich RnvthnH/ : Judgment entered. Molton S.O.V. over.! MU^C fmm K Sandra Lo u i,. P t, Wrirlrt u-iii ! ! ™ nte mporary' n ui ~,-«i..j. (j le p rO g ram ; ru ' d damages. Judgment by ajreement after 1 evidence. William L. Patterson vs. The Travelers Insurance Co.. compensation. Judgment entered. Frank Frederick vt. National Surety Corp.. compensation. Judgment for plain| tiff in the amount of 11.500 of which 1450 ; 11 allowed as attorney's fee i Grank Barnes vs. u.S. Fidelity and I Guaranty Co., compensation. Judgment i for plaintiff in the amount of 12 750 of'i jnhich 30 per cent-allowed on •ttomry'aj THE PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT OF Tom Garrett's Pharmacy Formerly Located On Cut Off Road U Now Open For Business In Their New Location In The New BRAZOSPORT VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTER ON LOOP ROAD NEXT TO THE NEW WEINER'S STORE emalnder of O«r Ntw Star* Will Be Moved And Opm For usineti Within The Nut Few oyj. 9hart. Su»v«. Who's K for? Th« fMhlon-*«tt»r.», Shown, two emphatically fomlnlne crescent to* pumpa .,. mock-alligatort porridge, tport rust or black unllntd calf. SptKK red or brlnrwood unlinod pigskin; black unllnod c«lf. As »e«fl hi Vogue. 12.99 N«tuAfl£ rc ©tae. LIBBYS HALVES PEACHES LITE FLUFF No. 2Vi CAN LITE FLUFF _^ BISCUITS 1lF.r $ | 00 | EARLE PEARSON RAMBLER I Nearly U per cent of all U.S. /workers reported in the 1960 cen- ! sus that their place of work was 'outside the county in which they J lived. UNGRADED EGGS SAME AS LAST WEEK! 0J»i, .«?». *& lawyer, \» ( ^ JLL- KRAFT SLICED Cheese2 UNCLE WILLIAMS 8-OZ. PKG. ^ merchant, /•<&' ^ -^^ ( chief. $6.99 to $8.50 « 1 IV » •• «• A. i. e » D widrt,— 8.11 W8.nt MICID ACCORO|N& To »«« Young America's Finest Fining Shoes for schooltime . . . Sensibly priced and expertly fitted at: or anytime . . OF BRAZOPIA COUNTY UBIETOH " WEST COLUMBIA * JAKf JirKSBM ROSEDALE ALL GREEN <r ^..i A A • UNCLE WILLIAMS LIMA BEANS 8 -&T $ | °° I Pork*Beans3f.r DCWLtT^ FLOUR HMBHB FRESH DRESSED HENS LB. SACK Si 65 LOOSE LEAF FILLER PAPER 98e SIZE GOLDEN BROWN BREADED SHRIMP 10-OZ. PKG. SWIFTS PREMIUM GENUINE SPRING LAMB 1 SWIFTS SUGAR CURED HAMS ALMA FANCY SHANK END LO. VEAL SEVEN STEAK No. 303 CANS oo VEAL CROWN ( CALIF. LONG WHITi C I Potatoes 10 u>*. PICNICS 2 OPEN All DAY SUNDAY FOOD MARKET 729 WiST BROAD FRKPORT HEAVY BEEF ROUND Swiss STEAK u mmmmmm BEEF PIKE PEAK, RUMP ROAST

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