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Freeport, Texas
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Friday, September 14, 1962
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IRAZOSPORT AND MAZORIA COUNTY, TIXAS, Mi., SEPTEMBER 14, 19«2 T H § BRAZOSPORT PACTS editorial—A<1».—88 3-3511—Classified—BE 3-2*11 tAMtt AD UBS by Lorry Hurb Glenn too busy, Sehirra says NEW YOUK (AP) Comrtr. Waller M. Sehirra Jr., slated for 1hr> niillon'n nexl mnnnod space shot, says astronaut John H. Glenn Jr. hnn been falling behind oilier fllRht* or to help exploit his know how you want to design it.jinj! officials up to and Including own flight "as a weapon." propaganda but this is the way I lhave It done.' tin space work because of outside i clsiora. John can carry a lot of commitments, I weight with a yoting engineer who Sehirra told a network television < h a s a brilliant idea that audience Thursday night (he'may not be n practical idea, space program needs Ihe advice: "The fact that John has had of Glenn, one of two Americans if his experience and there are only already put into orbit, but "his;two of us, really, Scott (Carpen- commitmenls have just about ler) and John, who are capable of need to President. Kennedy. , Sehirra did not specify any out- Sehirra replied: "Well, we needi "Once you've flown," Sehirra igy e commitments in his criti- "you can come back andj , these flaws exist and this 1 ,Tohn to help us on a lot of de- wiped him out of the space pro- saying, gram." ' In a taped Interview over CBS- TV ("Our Next Man In Space"), Schlrra said: "He (Glenn) hasn't been ablej to maintain the currency Ihnt he should have with the rest of us. "Well; like you said — I went right in and kid k on the line to the boss." CLASSIFIED 002. HOUSES FOR SALE 103 MOKS-J wirnom. J bnlh, 3 Mr Burns?, comer lot. »lr condition, electric kllchen. owner transferred. Ill MOBS-8 bedroom, i natr,, 3 rxr «ar •He. Kitrly American, corner lot. Own er transferred. 114 OAK nnrvK-J bedroom home on creek. Completely carpeted draperies, arl con'lltlnnen 1 . 310 rolNSKTTlA— 1 Wilnxim Iwme, nice neighborhood. KHA terms. SIR A7ALKA—Thl* comfortable home can be purr-bused on KIIA terms. m ROKKHTO rtKAl.TV TO.. UKAI.TOB U5 rendmmon CY i-rwi ARE YOU THE ONE WHO SAID "I should hov* bought then?" Don'r let It happen again . . . f\m riqht now t» «M th» all brltlt Joeitown" by Statewide Modern ei. Expreulve featurei are |uil one of Ihe rhlittji that make thli 1235 foot home a value — packed buy for today's market at $8,450. bull* on your lot plm travel con from Houiton. REMEMBER— It'j all brick and ntvet needi paint. ROWLAND REALTY CY 7-4543 AN 1-2552 CY 7-24M 104. BUSINESS PROPERTY PRIME BUSINESS LOCATIOH with 90 nn Lake Jnckson Road and Main St. In Chile. Improved llvlnj qnartfis Many extriw. Immedute potmslon. BEACROPT REALTY BE HJ17 or AN 1300 SQUARE FOOT Bu«lnf»« locution on DrMoiporl Blvd ntur BBC iult>M< tor offlcp or bu«ln<Ms. Plenty of pitrktnK ipwt, BEACnOFT REAUTT, BE »• 4217 or AN V210J. 'Well, I did it. I don't said, say . , man has to be in on some of the In "wston last night, AI Chop, newer development*." deputy public affairs officer for Grain crisis confronting Houston port Pick up for two The Litterbug and yon -j Sehirra tentatively is scheduled]the Manned Spacecraft Center,' has undergone HOUSTON (AP)-A ary, he has been making speeches, granting Interviews, tes-; nas tifylng before Congress, and brief-i training. tat P ublic «PP«™ncMi not fallen behind in grain cri- minions Ike hits GOP campaign trail ouston. Thr> P"Wic grain elevator handled only 1,075,619 bushels of grain in August, against 3.686.SW during the same month in 1961. Over the first seven months jf this year •here was a drop of more than 2.1 million bushels from 49.6 to 47.5 million. Thirty-six employes at the ele- "chnically. John's falling behind, i other words," Walter Cronklle, the intervlew- r, nskwl Sehirra whether he lought it more important for lenn to aid in preparations for didales Thursday night with a no- namcs-mentioned attack on government spending and "thirst for power." At no point did he name Presi- had suffered defeats because of ! Eisenhower, who also ma "statesmanship" by GOP congres- brief off-lhc-cuH talks at Purd sional leaders. | University's airport at West L Eisenhower was the featured .'ayotte and at Rensselaer's cou speaker at a "Charlie Hallcckj house square, avoided any mr Day" rally on the campus of St. 1 lion of foreign problems. 105. ACREAGE FOR SALE woodM 5 *cr« tract on p»v- ffl htfJiwuy. Antfeton vleinfty. VfZW. Term* avallatilv. Write owner, Box 1103 DUTCH LAKE-Oytter Trt-fk. 10 of Und tor .iiilr. Bcflutiftil ihnd« $1.000 Nn acre. BK 3-^46. ONE ACHE OF LAND *r»h or wlttioiit hmirt for suit by owner. KW 8-7705. FlrazorU. 40 ACRES, 3 mlltl South ol frnc*'I, «1pfp well. H«XV) drutm BE 3-53SI. 73 ACflKS—Paved hl«hwny nf-nr Angle- Ion. Olkt and pecnni. X3RO trre, tfrms, owner. Box 1103, Frcepurt. HENSSELAER, Ind. (AP)—For-1 dent Kennedy or the Kennedy] Joseph's College in the home town mer President Dwlght D. Eisen-! administration directly. The cleVof House minority leader Charles j valor have been laid off. trying to keep each other up lo'hower opened a campaign tour;est he came was use of the wordjf' " alleck ' , R : In ^" Eisenhower's! Gram traders have petitioned date on what he has been dolng| for nemMKnn concessional can- "frontiersmanship," which he saldl to P ll ™ lpnanl '" Congress. !the_ port commission to lower, ... .... , .. ? <or nepuoucan congressional can-] .. t-: t ...i „! madc'^ hnndlmg charges lo compete with the port of New Orleans, which last month cut charges at its public elevator by a penny a' bushel. Houston's charge is 2','t cents a bushel for grain moved by rail and V/i cent"! on a truck shipment. : "On a 10,000-ton shipment,! which an average ship will carry, ja penny a bushel represents; $3,370," J. E. Bennett, o\vner of! the Bcnnelt Forwarding Co., said. ; 'This one-rent difference be- jtween New Orleans and Houston is losing us all the rail business that originates in Kansas City. There is not enough profit in this business to allow anyone to miss out on a chance to save on costs, and that penny differential completely eliminates the possibility of the trades moving through Houston at Ihe present time." But port general manager Jerry Turner said: "I really don't think the one cent is the answer. New Orleans is the only public elevator that has made this reduction, and they have done it because of competition nt their own private elevators." 30 AND B weeny. CY 7-2 42 arre tncl 1 milt from C.-W ncrt. Will (Innncf. Owner 6 «nd AN S-222T __ 106. REAL ESTATE WANTED WANT TO BUY low *quttle.< or owner Ilnahced 2 and 3 b»droorru. ARC REALTY. BE 3-53M. WE HAVE BUYERS IW S Ix-droom homes In l£ke Icckion. see Jou Tal- bol Rt»lly. CY 7-4<lt 125. MOBILE HOMES COUTHKnN OAKS—101 airnwnx). iJikt Snrkson. By owner. All brick. 3 bedroom, 2 bRth, electric kitchen, dmh- Washer, paneled den. patio, 2 car (arise, central air and heat. Corner lot. tieex, many others. No high water. 1<t years old. 118.500. AN 5-23B9. SYCAMORE—113 Rental pure-hue. JOB TAI.BOT REALTY. CY 7-«ll or CY 77-2(36. SIS Redwood—J67. per month. ftllS Syr-amor*— Equity. •104 Boll D'Arc-EHectrlo kitchen. 207 Laurel—4 bedrooms. 206 Hulsarhe—3 bedrooms. 33K Caladlum—Double garafft. £S C> press—Equity. 321 Magnolia— 3 Iwdrooms. Itogor Dr«ke CY 7-1371 ! It. C. Ralph CY 7-2509 JOB TALBOT REALTY Cr 7-1(11 CY 7-J4M (VINDINO WAY. 224—3 bedrooms. JS500. TEXAS BKTTKR HOMBS, CY 7-24M. BHANO NEW—Never been driven, I«a Falcon Ranchero. Need lo •.•!! by sat- unlav. Will take S1699. Call Warren at BE 3-4M7. KXCKITIONAI. IIIIVI niKKI'OIlT (SI WEST 4th—4-'.'. alley rental house. |41o WKST BROAD—:•!. den. apartment w rcnlnl». 17111 WEKT lOth-3-3. electric kitchen. 1M9 WKHT llth—MS. den. carpeting. AU*O Commercial Investments. JlltS. H. I. \\.M.TKII RF.AI, ESTATE 1311 W. Broad BE 1-5541 YOUR TAHOK as part of your dowi^BUirK-lWu LaSabre 4 door sedan, full payment. 3 bedroom*, fenced In3. per: power and air condition. Low actual month. AKC UK 3-^4. I mileage. One owner. KARLK PEARSON DETROIT HOUSE TRAILER. 3 bed- rrxKrii. My equity for sale. Fee at Angle Trailer Park, Aiudetoti. TRAILER HOUSE—1«.' Koienuxt 10'xM' 2 bedrooms. 1'i bath. Low equity and take up payments. BE 3*1077. TRAILER HOUSE—4T Elcar S1AOO. See at 1149 4th St. Clule or ca.Il AN 5-3685 after 1:30 p.m. TRAILER INSURANCE TRAILER REPAIRING PALVTINQ AND SUPPLIES TRAILER RENTALS Buy and pay like rent MCDONALD'S TRAILER RALEI New and Used ,.D1 5-9421 WEST COLUMBIA. TEX. I?/ iRUCKS-TRAILERS FORU—19M 4-ton pickup. 6 cylinder. Real clean, new tires. BE S-S319 or 14.TO West 10th SI. FORD—1960- one ton. steel wheel, 11500. BE 3-2I&. TRAILER—Lam two wheel trailer. H«a, (or nto\'lRg or woold make an excellent camper. Goes to first 9150.00. Svtl W. V. Curry at Freeport National Bank. 128. USED CARS FOR SALE BUICK-1K2 Lesabro 4 door solid black hardtop. Factory air and power. CY 7-4549. W7 PIN OAK-3 bed-oom.. bath, f.m- »ly loom, duhwaklin, rlcctnL- kiU-lioo. 2 window iinltx. frnrt'tl. Equity I600L R. L. HAUKR. KKALTtJK, CY 7-241R. l«S OI.EANI1KR-) be.lro.ims. buck. P., _..___!_:__ .„ tain. 2 car Kurnue. equity bargain " 11 ISO K1IA .I'il. loan. E. U SAL'KR KKAI.TOR. CY 7-241I. Him to IH« DOWN buys Kond hoiite. Uee us fust ABC IIH X-V1.ll. nights HE S- S147. CHEVROLET—1KI Impala 1 dour iport coupe, soliU black with red interior. 4 »,->efd. 4 *hlft. <••!! Sween> 2X11 be- and 8 HO YOU HAVE A We pa> rash for your equity CI.UTE AUTO «AU:« 3X1 Hwy 3i! AN • ACRKS. 4 room unfinished, house. 36' house trailer. .ir,UO' patio enrlo*ed. deep well, fenced, black top road. 4 miles Hiarona. McDonald Trailer Wales, W. Columbia, Ul 3-942!. 1510 W»-r «Ui-> txdnnra name, large den. A-l iiindllmn. MKJi W. L. WAL- TKK KKAI. KHTATt:. ^| (SWI UUVf-H YOU large living ru>iln per niotilh. AliC. I FOI1D-IM2 Oalalle XM 4 dnnr sedan. wltri power and air. Uka new. Originally l;tw>u. Mu»l sell lor I2WV Call Warlen. BE S-458T. KOHr>-l»S v-l ConvarUMa. Naw top and tlre«. Rnglne In good shape. No rust, sharp. 11. A. Bryan Jr.. BE I- IOC.'. S bedrotifu. frm-ed. Va 103. LOTS FOR SALE f.AUTtKtiu.i wu<u>K' t^irk'v nell draliu-d lota. 10% down, k years lu pay 11. J. UAVia RUAI.TY. HE 3-U3I MKHCURY—19M MonlclSII Condition. gnoA shape SI4110. NEARLY NEW 1'JiU Kamliler Amcncan SUilim Wagon. N»w car warranty. KAKUC PEARSON Ol.DSMOBll.K, BE I-MT1. <>LlK-<MOBlI.E-Nsw IDev, t'lft. Jelf COUIM. fully equipped. Including air t-n<uiilu>n Save imntliriU of iti>iiars un niOili'l ilit»e-oul K'AHLK PKAHSON 1)I.|I.SM(1BII.K. UK 3-U71 BRAZCUtlA COUN'Ifll only mubila homo I OLIiKslOHILE—My equity- fol Mia or i the tMiaullfiil Jonas Creek tiade in 19&9 Old»mobil« ataUon Wagwi. •ubdlvlslon I area, 'i tu 14 arrv nomesltes tor sale that are restricted to trailer dwellings only. Massive Odk Ue«t»-coi>vemant tu anoppiiitf antl sclxMiis -untl flnanclng- you lia\i> all lit this at TltAII.KK OAK8 1'AIIK on llwy :«i III-: .1 lltiO or UK •' 4!>m <ir iilKhls HI2 3 UJfi CL(WK IN laiift' Jinrt l.lvsl UIIWI a|wiiUi -»tloll III Kleo- i!t Mli' HHA- fKOI-'l' HKAI.'I'Y, BK J-4217 Ol AN 1IM KVl.K HOAI>Oyster I'IDVS flflnUge. drive »ay. aaiago. li».l hou>e. bearhigl - |lg ni-c. MOItllltlON AND iAUER. W1U. TRADE (tower an and new rubber. uper M slserlng. biakes. fact» i-. for »:m Tl »«»'•« Anglrl I'l.YMOlTII-HW 4 d.«ir gwiti tlshlng i ar. |t>3. Uuiel or call I'Y 7741V. VOI.KSWIXIAN-1MO Kuinlu I M..fiver Mutton wagon Cash or trade lor equity S.%M) ph '.y.164 after 11:30 pm IIKALTOK. CY T-}tli. DOWN 'ITIVv'N fltKh:lt)UT--K»cclleill W k fionlaKii business site In SfTU block of I West M<Olid hi. H. J. IIAVIH KKtl.TY UK J:r;--j. Classic (01 AN titatlon Wayon- an LEGALS I.4KK Ulllf'..,'! 1 IWI.'UI l ><l SI .'llr l-llll-M III. I ni-lglil>nl»»,l l.n.l.iiiJ K>4.». AN :»'.'.j.'!: rv 7 l||hl> l..lll'11-J Itfally. TV T-i 104. BUSINESS PROPERTY NOTU-IC Niit.ce IK heivby given that the ol Kqiialildtlui} ill till- U.4m>»polt pcinlfiit Hchuul I>istncl Mill be In session in the lloMl'd Koont tff Ule Adnilnlklra- tiou lliulding, Cherry and I-'ourth mrt-rts, •^pKJpHgfMHBMHpa^^MHgBK^aBMMKiHl ! FlWllOI I. 'IVvUK. Oil Wl'llllCsday. tiel'U'Hl' <« IttrOMK I'ltOI'KKTY "\litt 2li. 1»«. ll-uiu 7:ot) inn lo 9 Ul p.m. 71)' lot un l^ike Jucknuji Koad j for Hie pulque of hettring any lutpaicr 'Y lit: '4 -IJIi ur AN V21U.'. ! valutillun tu be placed tm bis prupcrt^ for 1S«1 IDUTW I.. JKSK1NS '1'ax Assesaui-''utlacloi Jut ktvun livmu rlei* H21T tr -VH l-iica. sk-houl DlatllM vas-LET ME THINK A MOMENT THEY OUSH7TO NAME A HUPPICANE BUONDIS OH, YES— MY HUSBAND'S TROUSERS ANYTHING FOR THE CLEANER, " MRS. BUMSTEAD? THEY S MILES BELOW, AM'STIUUFALLIN'.'/- AH'LL COME BACK NOOV'ARSEVE — -AN LISSEW TO TH THUO.THEVLL BE JEST HITTlW BOTTOM 'EOUT THEN.''.'' SO VOO HAD TO BUILD "FEMININE INTUITION" . INTO THE MACHINE, MR.VJISE GLT/.'. THAT'LL MAKE ITS LOGICAL BRAIN ILLOGICAL'.! NEV.TTiy.E I COLLA3ORAT WITH VOU, IT'LL BE OVER MV BEAD BODY/.' WHAT IN TARNATION DO VE NEED TWO LET ME GIT MY TWO FISHIN' / SARSS ( I4OLPINS \ WITH A 6tia.f I NEVEK THOUSHT\ FP LIVE TO SEE ) TKAT HAPPEN.' 7 NOT HOt-PlNS HANPS HE AMP KOZ ARE GEE, KIUS. GRANDMA IS •"RETTV SICK AGAIN / WHAT'S WRONG? MBA6LES. OR SOMETHING CATCHIN NOPE / SHE WAS JUST TBYIN'T'aeTHER MONBVS WORTH.„ ...ATONE O'THOSE ALL YOO-<l*N-eAT-FOR- POLLAR SUPPERS/ rut soc/erv PA&£ PtiOJO ItejOUCH Paris frip, celebration successful PARIS f API-Mr, and Mrs. Wal-i lace Phillips of Findlay, Ohio, their marriage a set-tire but RUS- penseful 20 years old. slept late today in their Paris hotel. After some sightseeing, their j j magic carpet MJe tods' 'Saturday I bac-k in the United States. Phyllis! Phillips. 42. still was bedazzled by | ! her husband's latest in a string of : artful surprises—a transatlantic flight Thursday for a wedding anniversary dinner in Paris. "I'm flabbergasted." she said Thursday night. The couple left Findlay Wednes-, day. Mrs. Phillips believing theyj were headed for Cleveland. Thirty-six hours later, Phyllis—who is: used to her husband's surprises—: sa^ed wide-eyed at a chorus line; of half-naked girls at the Club! Lido. | "I never saw anything like this." she said. ! "Tlie boys back at the shop probably won't believe me," said • Phillips, a 'printer for the Findlay Republican-Courier. ' Their trip had taken them toi New York, Iceland and Luxem- j i hotirg by plane, then by train to j Paris. Mrs. Phillips thought each j stop was the last on the surprisaj trip her husband had arranged toj celebrate their 20th anniversary, j At Luxembourg she saw tliei train tickets to Paris and said, "Well, we can't be going any farther than that tonight!" In Paris, they rushed to a hotel, where she fixed her hair and they went out for dinner and dancing. Phillips managed to get his wife vaccinated and obtained a passport picture • without letting bar know they would go overseas. Their two teen-age children and many at their friends knsw it beforehand. "It's too good to be true—Paris, and here I am. This is the bestj wedding present ever," beamed Mrs. Phillips, who wore a newj dress, also a surprise from her! husband. Today thru SarurdoY Cecil I. DE Mlll.'i "KINO OF KINGS" NEW CAR LOANS 4 MtH. U-U-U, TERMS UP TO MONTHS THE FREEPORT NATIONAL BANK! FREE ADMISSION PEPPERMINT LOUNGE Open All Winter SURFSIDE BEACH Dining & Dancing Live Music Friday—Saturday—Sunday Saturday Night Special! SEPTEMBER 1 1962 ONLY SEPTEMBER 15, 1962 ONLY ALL YOU CAN EAT 98 c c Plymoutti-Vallant Destert an making.... BEL on every brand-new Plymouth and Valiant- performance stars of '62! GET A DINGDONG OF A DEAL TODAY! ROSS MOTOR CO., INC. T824 Broioiporf 81 >d. 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