The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 9, 1962 · Page 12
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Freeport, Texas
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Sunday, September 9, 1962
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THE BRAZOSPORT FACTS Sunday, Stpt. 9, 1962 Carlo Duty Relived FP Officers Freeport Police officers who stayed on duly through Hurricane Carla in 1961 had a chance to relive the experience through colored slides shown this week by B. W. Winkler. The occasion was a departmental shrimp boil held to allow new department employees to become acquainted. Also on hand were the families and guests ot department members. The affair was held at the Velasco Community House with Detective Capt. C. G. Bankston handling shrimp preparations. Winkler, who lives in Richwood Village, is owner of the shrimp trawler. Norther. He made' a number of slides as the hurricane's fury was being felt along the Freeport waterfront last September. Winkler's slides included some of tha concentration of shrimp trawlers taking refuge in the San Bernard River, with a few going aground but the remainder escaping damage despite rising waters. He had other slides of the boats which did not survive the storm after tying up In Brazos Harbor the Toomer Shrimp Co. building smashed by a huge runaway barge, and Freeport Net Shop, demolished in the storm. Other slides of storm damage at Palacios and Galveston were displayed along with Highway 2SS storm flooding in Brizosport. Police Report A Clute man suspected of taking part in an armed robbery in Sealy is: being sought by local officers. According to a bulletin received by Freeport police at 4:30 a.m. Friday, the man used a shotgun in robbing a Sealy business, and was thought to be dm-ing a black 1D56 Chevrolet two-door with license number, RS 7S51. Two Clute patrol cars and a Brazoria County Sheriffs deputy went to a home in the 600 Block of \Vhitlen Street in Clute when a resident reported about 3 a.m. Friday that someone was attempting to break in at a window. I However, the prowler was gone' when officers arrived. | A charge of aggravated assault was filed Thursday night against' a Freeport woman, Aitherine! Wesley, 34, of 327! 2 East Eighth,! following a cutting at an East fifth Street tavern. Freeport police said Eddie GIo-; ver, who was treated at a local! hospital for cuts on his back andj left hand, filed tne charge in the 1 Justice Court of E. W. Freeman. ; The woman was then arrested! officers reported. She was placed! in City Jail to await transfer to County Jail. Freeport police received a report at 6:30 p.m. Thursday thai a nude man was walking in front of the Freeport First Baptist Church on West Fourth Street. Officers reported the man was, gone when they arrived, but they! learned he was wearing under wear shorts and had been drinking. A resident of the 1200 Block of. West Ninth Street requested: Thursday that Freeport police keep a close patrol of a city park in the same block on West Eighth as children were damaging park property in late afternoon and evening hours. from the Services SCHWETZIiNGEN, Germany Army Sgt. Richard C. Butler, son of Mr. anrl Mrs. Dewey G. Butler, 512 Gray St.. West Columbia, recently qualified as expert in firing the M-ll rifle in Sclwetzing e n, GeRTiany. Sergeant Bullc-r, a squad leader in the 68th Engineer Company, entered the Army in 1955. He was last stationed at Fort Hood, Tex., and arrived overseas on this tour of duty in May 1361. The 24-year-old soldier is a 1955 graduate of West Columbia High School. His wife, Sul Ja, is with him in Germany, Help Keep Our BEACHES CLEAN; AT ALL WEINER'S STORES Limited Quantities While Supply Lasts! 77c 77c 77c 77c 77c 77c 6.00 1.33 f\f\ .UU ~ AA *4.UU MONDAY MAGNETS 2 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Braxosport Village Center, Loop Rd. at Plantation Lake Jackson 213-19 W. 2nd St.—FREEPORT OPEN NITES 'TIL 9:00 P.M. BIG SISTER VALUE TO 6.99 BRAND NEW FALL SCHOOL DRESSES 5.QO Chooi. from many thou.and.. All color. In plaidi. printi and ulrdi. All frem tcp LITTLE GIRLS'-GIRLS 1 VALUE TO 3.99 SPORTSWEAR Entire itock ikirti and ilcirt and blou.a leti pries »laihed onea again. None higher. Scoop (hem up while they lait. Size. 3 to 14 in group. LITTLE GIRLS'-GIRLS' VALUE TO 1.99 SUMMER SLEEPWEAR Regrouped and repriced-non. higher in .lock. Pl.nfy of warm night, Scoop them up at thl, ence-In-a-lifatlm. prle.. Pnnti and .olid, to ehooi. from. Siie. 4 to 14. LITTLE GIRLS'-GIRLS 1 VALUE TO 2.99 SUMMER SWIMWEAR Entire «tock pric» .la.hed for Immediate cl.aranee. Choose from many. Com. early for belt .election.. Siiei 4 to 14 hi group. TODDLERS'-LITTLE GIRLS'-GIRLS 1 VALUE TO 3.99 2-PC. PLAYSETS Entire .lock price-,la.hed-n<in. higher. Com. aarly for belt ..lection.. Sliai TODDLERS'-LITTLE GIRLS'-GIRLS' VALUES TO 1.99 POLOS-BLOUSES Entire .umm.r .tock pric. ila.hed. Stoop them up for wearing now through October. All machine wa.habl.. Print, and .olidi. All n»i. TODDLERS'-LITTLE GIRLS'-BIG SISTER VALUE TO 5.99 BATHING SUITS Entlr. better .lock price .lashed—none higher. Scoop them up while they la.t. Many to choo.e from. All color, and tile.. BOYS' SUMMER SUITS AND orig. to A AA Ortg. SPORT COATS 12.99.. «t.UU to 17.99 BOYS' REGULAR TO 2.99 SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS Entire .toek of boy. 1 ihort ileeve sport ihlrtl in cotton broadcloth., print., or woven.. Perfect for back-to-.chool. Siiei 2-18. BOYS' REGULAR 1.99 BETTER SWIMWEAR - ftft One half price on all boy. 1 better twlm luits. Boxer .tylei, in a.sorted plaidi, | ( UU prinh and fabrics. Many fully lined with full .upport. Site. S-M-L. LITTLE BOYS' REGULAR TO 2.99 DRESS PANTS ] Many assorted fabrics, patterns, colors. Broken lire. 1-12. BOYS' REGULAR TO 2.99 WALKING SHORTS 1 QQ Assorted fabrics, colors, .tyles. Woven plaid., Bedford cords. Broken .lie. 2-14. • tw BOYS' REG. TO 99c o SUMMER BOXER SHORTS * P«. JUNIORS'-MISSES' VALUES TO 4.99 BETTER BLOUSES Enttr» summer stock price-slashed. Whites and colors. All siief. JUNIORS'-MISSES 1 VALUES TO 12.99 BETTER MAKERS' SKIRTS Entirs summer stock price-slashed. Nona higher. JUNIORS'-MISSES' VALUES TO 5.99 PEDAL PUSHERS Savings of mora than 50%. At! colors, styles and sizes. JUNIORS'-MISSES' VALUES TO 4.99 JAMAICA AND BERMUDA SHORTS Savings of more than 50%. AH colon, styles and sizes. Top makers. JUNIORS'-MISSES VALUES TO 7.99 SPORTSWEAR JACKETS Mix 'n match. America's leading makers. All colors and sizes. JUNIORS'-MISSES' VALUES TO 4.99 SWEATERS Incredible savings. Limited quantities. Alt colon and sizes in group. JUNIORS'-MISSES' VALUES TO 12.99 SKIRT and BLOUSE SETS Entire summer stock drastically reduced. Many can be worn all year 'round. JUNIORS'-MISSES 1 VALUES TO 6.99 FALL SKIRTS O 22 Assorted fabrics, styles end colors. Sizes 8 to 18 in grcup. mmimtm* LADIES' VALUES TO 2.99 SLIPS—PETTICOATS Many lovely colors, styles and fabrics fo choose from. Drastic reductions—'come • arly. LADIES' VALUES TO 3.99 SUPS AND PETTICOATS 7 flA Reduced to make room for new good.. Many lovely colors, sty!*, and fabrics. at*WW LADIES' LONG COATS—REGULARLY 29.99 _. -O'Donnell, imooth, Luitron wool fabric.. 3-button doling or large <haw| fA lEIl collars. Hand detailed. Fully rayon-satin lined. New fall .hades. Junior. efc"ltW liies 5 to 15. LADIES' FALL HANDBAGS—VALUES 5.99-8.99 Oversize pouches, giant .atchels, smart casual., clutches. Ea.l-We.ti, «•» fold-overs, mar.hmallowi, liiagator. and alligator fakes, suedes, J tapestries, cut velvet. a n d many more. Doiens of one-of-a-kind. *" Sample, included. Fall .hade.. INTERNATIONALLY FAMOUS DESIGNED JEWELRY—VALUES 2.00-4.00 1 ,UU Plus tax Necklaces, .autoret, tastla drop.,, many more. MEN'S VALUES TO 25.00 SPORT COATS Unbelievable value. Popular 3-button ityles. Wool., wool and Orion acrylie V ' blends, Dacron polyester and wool blends, tropical and year 'round weighti. * • • Sizes 36 to 42. Many color, and patterns. REGULAR 98c YD. "DAN RIVER" WRINKL-SHED COTTONS Plaidi, stripes, woven novelties. Here 1 , terrific valuel COMPARE! FINE MILLS—BETTER FABRICS 100% COTTON SUITINGS 1 Galey & Lord fabrics—.ilk and cotton blends—100% rayon icreened letlna ** printi. VALUES TO 3.99 YD. BACK- TO-SCHOOL LUXURY WOOLENS Premium quality from full bolts. Solidi, plaidt, tweedi novelties. 6 FT.x9 FT. ROOM SIZE RUGS Pluih pile—100% rayon with foam rubber back. REGULARLY 1.99 THICK AND THIN TAILORED PANELS Washabe acetate. Come, in white only—lizes 42" to 81." ORIGINALLY 1.99 SUMMER WEIGHT CAFE CURTAINS Eyelets, embosied itylei, print.. Broken assortment.. ORIGINALLY 3.97 SUMMER WEIGHT BEDSPREADS Emboiied and printed lijhrvieignt cotioni. I. - AA I .UU 1 LL • • W - AA 3.00 | QA " • W I. plu. tax 1.99^2,99 9.77 1.00 77c 2 *„ 5.00 SPECIAL PURCHASE—SAVE 40% JUNIORS' MIX 'N MATCH TOWN COTTON PLAID CO-ORDINATES Regular OOO 3.99 •] • Regular /100 6.99 *l • Regular 4.99 00 '00 Regular FOC 7.99 3 • Regular ,100 5.99 4 • Regular 700 9.99 I • •situ HID*. in i* ana in a twu. famoui label In every garment. HUNDREDS OF LADIES' HIGHER-PRICED DRESSES REDUCED FOR FINAL CLEARANCE! T*r l-Pc., 2-Pc., and Jacket Styles—Maternity Wear Included! if Cottons, Rayons, Novelties T»V Sunbacks—Shirtwaists Were 3.99 and Up- 00 WHILE THEY LAST— 1 EA. • JUNIORS' • MISSES' • HALF SIZES Included—Ladies' Lightweight 2-Pc. and 3-Pe. SUMMER SUITS SMASH PURCHASE—SAVE 40% INFANTS'-TODDLERS 1 ORIGINAL DESIGNS SAMPLE FALL DRESSES and DIAPER SETS Regular .179 7.99 4 • Regular 3.99 Regular «}59 5.99 O • Regular O99 4.99 L» 39 2 s : Regular 479 2.99 I • America's No. I maker of Infants' and toddler.' dresses and diaper sets. The label, have been cut out but you will recognite these famous mskorl 1 dresses and diaper sets. Tremendous assortment (• choose from. Sample sizes 1 months and siies I «nly. SAVE 20% ... RED TAG SPECIAL— Long 72-ln.x90 In. Size B1ANKETS 80 Regularly 3.50, now 2 • 94% rayon, 4% nylon blend. Aster. • Motftproof, ntachlni-washable, non- atlergenic. • 100% ocelot, satin binding In solid color. 50c DOWN Holds Your Blanket FIRST QUALITY ... at SECONDS' PRICES Big 20 In.x40 in. Bath Six* CANNON TOWELS Compare at 59c ea. FOR 100 • Thirsty, absorbent cotton ttny. • Mado by famous Cannon ... known for quality. • Pink, blue, yellow, green, brawn, white. 16"x26" Hand Towels, 3 for $1 12"x12" Wash Cloths, 6 for $1 Values fo 98c yard and higher FALL COTTONS This tremendous selection of Back-fo-School Fabrics Includes: • DARKTONE ARNEL TRIACETATE and COTTON CHECKS and WOVEN NOVELTIES • FALL PRINTS, COTTON SATINS, COMBED BROADCLOTHS. WASH 'N WEARS • SOLID COTTONS. REVERSE TWISTS AND COMBED BROADCLOTHS — All Premium Quality on Full Bolts — FINAL CLEARANCE! MEN'S DRESS SLACKS DRASTICALLY REDUCED A grind collection to cKoote from. Stock up now on your nitds for miny monthi ahead at that* tarrUie tow pricat. Quality, sty I a, fit in • vary pair. Value to 12.99 Finely tailored $5% Dacron polyeiter, 45% wool ilaclii in the n e w e 11 ihadei. Perfect fit. Siiei 28 te 42. Value to 9.99 4°.' 00 Included ic* 70% wool •ind 30% Dacron poly* • iter b I i n d i . Riady cuffed. Sizii 26 to 42. Value to 7.99 3°.' 00 55% Dacron polytiUr • nd 45% rayon lUcki. Rfddy cuffed. W«ih and w*ari. Many colon lo choott from. Sixtt 28 to 42. MEN! DON'T MISS THIS! Values to 4 9 . 9 SHORT SLEEVE SPORT and KNIT SHIRTS Re-grouped.' Re-priced.' DRASTICALLY REDUCED TO 1 50 Knit thfrtt with fashion collars or plaequet fronts. Novelty or solid weaves. Wide range of colors. Sport shirts In 2-pocket styles, quality fabrics, wash 'n wears. Sol- Ids, prints, wovens .. . sizes 5-M-L. CLEARANCE! ENTIRE STOCK Boys' Better Short Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS 33 to Originally 2.99, now 1 Splendid ot cotton bre-gdclolhi, pallikad callous, woven ginghami, embroidered cliellU, tottei prlott, lolidi. Wovoai, noitlli«». lattil coion, labile*. Una Ml.

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