The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 22, 1968 · Page 9
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(•NT VS.VM'ltl.: Scouts and leaders I rum the Buy Area '.'"iim-ii recpntl.. n-lur i (rum a iwu week adventure at I'lill.:-'iiit .'Ji:oiit ItaJich at (.TiMiiaron, .'-'.'.I. I'artiripalini'. In the council trip were, tup rov. fro::'. le:t, hill Clark, Alvin, Tommy Crow, Br.ix/iria; David Weekly, Texas City; .Johnny Tod'l. Alvln; John Allen. Lake Jackson, Donald Tull. Texas Cil,; Dai rell Varner. ISrazoria; Roger Rhodes, Alvln; John /.lni:li>m:inn, Galveston; Jim Kaalkner, Lake Ja< k:.u:i, .ii>d Demns Cieveliuvl, llra/xjrla. Front row, John l.eech, I.'-;:|;ui! City; Krank I-'aulkner, Lake Jackson; Kd Latlien. .Scout Camp t-uide; arid Tra Henderson .il»i Jim Allen, Laku Jackson. New officers Elected by Brazoria 4-H BKA/.OKIA - N>.->. officers for the iir.i/'ina -1-M Clulj have Iwn ul'-c.ted ior the I9CH-GW sclxx.il year, according 'I' Koiiielle Hi'iL-iliav., club 0-i'i.irt.ir. They Iticlwli 1 Ton;. Burnett, president, i...i> T'.-l-r, vie.- president; I.tiii ll-msli;.-*, sec- r«la.ry-tr«'asur>?r; Hu :i> <• 1 It HiMisl. a •«, rejorter; Hulawl Heiisha'* . Council d v 1« i; ;t! v. .UK! Cli'-rl Burnett, recreation chairman. Miss lU-ivslur* salil t>n- officers •*ere elected In the "vi-Uiwwlio meeting ul Hie club, At i he .sail"- time a schtKliilf ol events lor thu comim; yar .uid plans for the club's iatr uxhllilt.s v.ure i.ude. She said anyone mHr.u'orla between ac«« o! nliv an<! IB NEWS from the Services l.nr.'i; HINll. v i <• t tin ::: -Ani.;. -i-'ciallst Four l'<ii«-rt V. Humes. 2:i. ,v.:i -if Mr. ami Mrs. Kl'loii I . Iiariiessr.. fiOr I'l-rii St., Aiii:letoii. was as- st.:ii'-J S«-pt. " '•• ""' •'•'"• .S'.c in a! Hi!; ;i'l> i.'-ar 1 "'•».. Hlnli. Vu-tnain. us a rUTt. In tin- aJjutaiit's M'dioii. Pays better on TV '.: AN/AN'l'I-A, Colo. CAI') Hill N'ulUff resigned as ,'.':an- .•_arujl.i sawn marshal ali«r nearl) f*o years. Hi- t<.>ld a riM^rt'-r, "It just isn't worth the lone Uiurs :i/fi |«.X)r pay." cuuld contact T"M> Hurnetl at TOt'-7^Bi'i, ur IAID llenshaw at T'JH-L'OO-l ,'or m,;:nU-rshl;. information. Dow, Hartford study possible affiliation The IJO'A Clit'inlcalCompany aixl l!art!on) Fire Insurance Company arc- exploring allllia- tmn, II. I/. I'Oaii, president of !>O'A CKi'Milcal, and 11. V. Williams, chairman M the board of llartfor't Flrv, aiinounct-d today. Tlii'/ an? investigating tin: advantat't.'.s of an aiflllailon «; lhi> f*» companies through ;in i.-xclianKc "' a new issue of !>.r.» pre!"rr>"J for Ilartford stock on a tax-fn-'L- basis. To dato no (ieflnltu plan has bet;n formulated. 'I in- discussions euntem- plat» that llarlforO Fire would S (.' M K U (.11) V SVNATS your uiih(;c(!<-l .sports --• •lulptni-ril. Advertise in th<> '-'"'ant Ads fur fast artlon. Dial i*K 3-2iUl no 1 *' 1 . continue to be operated as a separate company under Its present management. Any such plan would be put Into effect only If approved by the board of each company and the stockholders of Dow. Jewish holy days Several Brazoria County businesses will be closed Monday In observance of the first o! two high holy days on the Jewish calendar. This is Kosh Hashanoh, the Jewish New Year's Day, which begins at sundown today. Vorn Klppur, tlie Day of Atonement, follows lOdays later, on Wednesday Oct. 2. Yom Kippur Is also observed by some business firms. RAGLAND'S '68 MODEL INVENTORY SALE! ONLY CHRYSLER MADE AUTOMOBILES HAVE SAFETY-RIM WHEELS. THE GOVERNMENT WILL REQUIRE THEM ON ALL AUTOMOBILES BY 1972.... NEW '68 NEWPORT SEDAN FACTORY AIR Full l'nci>-3H3Kiu:ii><--l ii'l'Kiroup -Tor.ifllli; Transmission-Air Oon- 'litiuiu-il -- Power Stui'nm:--Hail!.>~ Ttiiti-d Cila.ss —Kfinuti- Control Mirror -I'luti'rcoai I us;- Wlit'i'l Co\ i-rs- 3-.S pt eil W|pi-rs~ Whites i<.ie wall Tlri-s--Saft't\ Hun Wheels, HURRY! ONIY A FEW LEFT NEW '68 PLYMOUTH FURY III 4 DR. SEDAN $ 3333 Full Prlci- - 3l!il-'.ngiite-VimlTrim --I.iC.lit Piickan-f--Toniflite Transmission-Air i_""ii>litionf.l -Radio— Powi-r Sti?i'riiii;-Tititi'd i.lass-Led Outsi'le M i i' r o r - LMui e r c o a t inn —\Vhito Sldewall Tires--Safet) Rim Wheels. YOUR CAR...WHERE YOU SEE THE STAR "HOME OF CUSTOMER SERVICE" Raglund Chrysler-Plymouth Vietnam: Hubert wants olive branches; Nixon needs none Vietnam Is escalating as an Issue In the race for the White House. Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey drew a standing ovation from a crowd of 5.000 Friday night as he pledged to do everything possible "to find an honorable peace, to end this war." His Republican rival, Richard M. Nixon, cautioned against a settlement that would bring home today's 19 and 20- year-old soldiers but would mean ''their 14 and 10-year- old brothers will be fighting someplace else again." Nixon said If acoalltlon government were imposed on South Vietnam, the Communists would only be encouraged to try aggression elsewhere. He said Vietnam's future should be determined by free elections. Humphrey, speaking in Louisville, Ky., made what may have been an allusion to his role as vice president in the Johnson administration when he rioted the eagle on his seal of office holds only a single olive branch, compared to the cluster on the presidential seal. The Democratic candidate said, "How can you expect me to be the No! 1 peace man with one little olive branch. You let me have a handful, believe me. you'll have peace." He told his cheering supporters, ''I will doeverything, God willing, to find an honorable way, to find an honorable peace, to end this war and get on with the unfinished business of America." Nixon voiced his opposition to a coalition government for South Vietnam in a television broadcast to Pennsylvania, Delaware and parts of New Jersey Friday night. "We do not want to lose at the conference table what 200,000 American casualties have already paid for in Vietnam," he said. Nixon continued campaigning in Philadelphia today while Humphrey and his running mate, Sen. Edmund S. Mus- kie of Maine, planned a pilgrimage to Independence, Mo., to meet with former President Harry S. Truman. Third-party candidate George C. Wallace stumped through Florida Friday, criticizing the federal government and the Supreme Court. Wallace told a cheering crowd of 9,000 at Orlando, "The federal government Is Increasing control over every phase and aspect of your llVPS." He said if elected he will seek a constitutional change to require Senate reconflrma-. tlon of Supreme Court justices every six of eight years. THE BRAZOSPORT FACTS FREEPORT, TEXAS, Sunday, Sept. 22, 19G8. Section I HOWER t Gift SHOP FORMAL OPENING UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT SEPT. 26th, 27th, 28th 20% DISCOUNT ON All ARTIFICIAL ARRANGEMENTS MARTHA WHITEHEAD CLOSED and FRANCES MALLARD SUNDAYS OWNERS 119 S. 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