Briutosport and Bf aaoria County, Texag, Fridayj October 9,1961 THE BRAZOSPORT FACTS Page 8 Dione Aids Four Trawlers The Const Guard cutter Dione eturned from Corpus ChrlsH arty Wednesday morning 'after i busy sMc-day" period.. The Frceport^stationtd Dlone irrlved at Corpus .Christl on Jbnday, for two -days o< multi- hip exercises with two other Coast Guard ships of the same lasa. . . •••'. - : The. three Ships, conducted 'arioun formations at close dls- nnce and Interval. The ships also 'went through numerous communications and emergency hip-board exercises. Prior to leaving for Corpus Christ!, the Dlone assisted the ishlng vessels "Locheil", "Miss Minnie"* "Pam Scott" and •Hpsller", While towlnaUhe Locheil in,o Freepbrt onTOct. 2, the Dione received word that the "Miss Minnie" was sinking some 23 miles southeast of Freeport. With the Locheil still in tow, he "Dlone" proceeded to go to the aid of the' Miss Minnie nit some 45 minutes before the Coast Guard boat .arrived, the shrimp boat sank. Her three crew members were picked up by another MODELS ORIENTAL COSTUME N MeUU StokH ' ftw 9™ d « d««oom at v fl*t torn* firsthand locial studi.s infor- matfen rMMntlr wh.n on* el ihilr clanmai.i, K.r.n Fr«nkn«T. modrimi a •oitum* which h.r btoth*r, J.w.l, fM bMh from Ms OS Army duty in Japan. Th« eol- 1 ovttft wu compM* to Jh» oiitnltl footgear. Anqteton City Court pe*c* Chiuat siil ly Hurfe.-4*bdif»o»Uaa. »—. dnnk. Qmtgtt by AagkioB PKroi- roin Jtak Wind. VMM fetta. drunk, filed by Collen. De- fendtnt pleaded euiicy ud fine and coats set at $3.75. Abe Sheltav dnmk. Fine and costs of $13.75 assessedonplea of auttty. Cbane* filed by Wells. , Mathewt C. Easter, draft. Pleaded guilty and floe and owns of $12.75 assessed. Jimmy Lewis, dnnk. Charge filed by Wells. Paid fine and costs totalling 145.75 on plea of guilty. Frederick M. Robeny. dnnk. Chars** by Wells. Pleaded fftty. Fine and COM of $15.75 paid. .Ambrosia Jasso. dtstuifahv &• Peace,. Charo* filed by Mrs. Juan Gagna. No disposl- Uon. WATCM WB FAKI f08 DAT! YOUR FRIENDLY VARIETY STORE OVER 10,000 ITEMS FOR YOUR SELF SELECTION. WACkER'S 5( TO $5.00 MDSt LAKE JACKSON > ON THATWAY STHIT NEXT DOOt TO MOCKMAN-SANO $HOf AS YOU PLEASE - PAY AS YOU IEAVE AT WACKER'S IN LAKE JACKSON shrimp boat, the "Little Chat; ie", and brought to Freeport. A. leak in; the. .engine room was given as the main reason or the Miss Minnie going own.. '••" :•'•.;'• ••• The Dlone searched the area hroughout the night to remove ny floating articles' from the Miss Minnie. . ' On Oct. 3, the Dlone towed he "Pam Scott" into Freeport when the fishing vessel became UCLA Prof To Be ACS Speaker The Brazosport Section of the American Chemical Society wil hold its October meeting in the City Hall Council Chamber In Lake Jackson Monday at 7:30 p.m. Featured on the program will be Dr. Clifford Garner, Professor of Chemistry at the University of California at Los Angeles and. tour speaker for the ACS. Dr. Garner 'will speak on "Isotoplc Tracers in Chemical Research". There will be a short business meeting to present the report of the nominating committee and to give the results of the vote on the bylaws. Coffee and doughnuts will be served. The meeting is open to the public and Interested persons are cordially invited to attend Dr. Garner teaches freshman physical and nuclear chemistry at UCLA. His current research is in kinetics and thermodynamics of inorganic reactions especially those involving complexes of the transition metals and isotopic tracers are utflizec in many of these studies. He was a member of the Chemistry Department of the University of Texas from 1939 to 1946, but was on leave o absence for the last four ol these years working on th< chemistry and metallurgy o neptunium and plutonium. •He has been at UCLA since 1946, and will-spend'most o 1960 as a Guggenheim Fellow in the laboratories of Dr. Jan nlk Bjerrum in Denmark. Dr. Garner's talk will present examples of the use of isotopes as tracers In chemica kinetics and reaction mechan isms, structural.chemistry, analytical chemistry, and the behavior of matter at extreme dilutions. PR. CLIFFORD GARNER ACS Speaker ^^^^^^^^^^^^^-^— WILL OBEY LEEDS. England (UPI) — Julia GaUslull. daughtu o Labor Party Lud*r Hugh QiitiktlL wu campalgninj from door-to-door for h« faihtr. At on* bom* lh* hpus*wif* Interrupted Mist QaUslull'i •pill to »ri T1J b* Toting labor and mr husband wil LAYAWAY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS AT UEE'd I LEE'S I CREPIT I JEWELCER Ul W Broad Freeport •disabled when a net got lodged In the screw, • After takinfj.the Part Bcott into Freeport the Coast Guard boat left for Corpus Christl but was called to search for the fishing boat "Hustler", which was reported aground at the mouth o£ the Colorado Rivet. The Clone attempted to locate the vessel, but wag unable to approach the beach due to shallow water. : Now Is The Time To Let The Facts Know About Your Wedding Or Engagement.,. Ai aoon M he pop* the question and get* TOOT "Yes!" — that'i when you should let Th« Facto begin helping; you pUn the engifemcnt announcement and your wedding story. A wedding, jut like any other new* event, become* history If It I* not printed soon after It happens. This Is why- you ihonld eonUct The Fact* Women's Editor, Mrs. LeRoy Byrd, a* soon a* yon *«t that date. 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