The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 16, 1962 · Page 4
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 4

Freeport, Texas
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Sunday, September 16, 1962
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PAG! 4 e h D B fa c f Editorial—Adv.—SB 3-3511—ClassWfod—»t 3-2*11 THI BRAZOSPORT FACTS \fThc The Public- (Continued From Vngn 1) ness firms on Broad Street or the waterfronf. In this present day and age people do not drive out of their way to get to a bank or store. You, Mr. Mayor, what is wrong with your leadership? Let's have progress, not vacant buildings and paying Mr. Blackwell for. Hrl Frceporl. Do you, ? If so. erase the Now M ! iackw i Jknnol fit a blight before your term of office rJm,rln«.in a smiare hole The expires. As mayor of Freeport SrT hl« Gil DicZn to show Mr |you should be able to do something Blackwell how. It costs the laxpay-. besides cut ribton. ers money every time Mr. Black- [ Norma Schillingci well has a small problem. I Hcepoit ' Also, what Freeport needs is foresight and leadership. Fill up |_ ft W3D6S the buildings downtown, get progress on the move. When I say | ,.. . offnrt "Progress" I don't mean for the! TllcllQS 101 BfTUll Mayor and City Council lo move the City Hall out of downtown To The Facts: Police Report Freeport police delivered two ,$1.000. The man was wanted A theft of a 12 volt auto battery j||-|..g- f UllOrdl was reported to Freeport police "My* at 12:21 a.m. Saturday by C. «• w j|| |j e today Haslund of 53 Hybisnts Court In Jackson. The battery was Accident Funeral services for Harry Es . ' emergency me.snges Tnursday jconnec-lion wUh vandalism «- .aken^hile «> »£ ™| Jnmps Hay e,, 66, of Freeport wHl^ ^^ te , nwst , RBtfl ^ Gtcnnl( , R Slmraowt «j 714 locating Carol Ann Ettcrson atjported to police Wednesday night,^.^^ footbs|I ^ Bnd |be held at 3:30 p.m. Sunday at| Butn acoir | fn u n which no Injuries " 927 West Second for a message'by Mi-s. Oleta Atterberry^ wn °: rimlt . P st tho high school after-(Velasco Baptist Church where thejwere reported. received from Baton Rouge, La. sni(1 furnismngs had been damag- iWardi H as i un d told officers. j Rcv . A , Gordon Johnson will of-! Officers said a 1952 Ford driven about 10 p.m., and informing Bet- ed at an apartment at 531 West; when his son then tried to st«rtj fid , „, ,„„ ctescd Pll9ke( rites, — - — • — — . - -. '•-- — -•- --J -i — * — i »».- .— |jl ^ ly Glover of 722 West Eighth otjFourth. her brother's illness shortly after! 9 a.m. jlhe auto and also found the ve jhicle without lights, the theft was ., * Sixth was going south on spruce. Burial will be In Restwood Me-] At East Broad, after « «top, me The Brazorla County Sheriff's discovered, Haslund reported. I Department requested Freeport: R. C. Sheppard of 423 Southern ^^ , o meet an am hulance at! of » »»• E ' V ' ase ' * Oaks Drive in Lake Jackson told & East Fi(lh ,„ FlTPport nb m,t! F ' sh <T Freeport police Thursday night lt Dm Wednesday Police re- portcd to Freeport police about that someone siphoned half a tankj pm . t j; d , ate , (ha t , h ; re was no i!2:30 p.m. Friday that her purse of gasoline from his auto while itU,, r h aAArf^ i was taken whlle she was 1rv ' n 8 Sllcn a(WICSS - morisl Park under direction rreeport Funeral Home. ' M . • Friends may pay their respects BrdZOrifl HI Oil lHlll Bbmit 1:1 ° pnr - Fri<tay -' " ™~ was parked at a Freeport bowling ailev. Two Freeport residents, Doris ( o ^ on n le | on dresses In a West Freeport de- Alvin police asked Brazosport i Partment store a short time ear- officers at 9:18 p.m. Wednesday '"" Her. Freeport. Our Cily Hall is about As we near the anniversay ot'Louise Sons and Richard C. Sons all that has not been moved out. Hurricane Carla (letter dated Sept.;of 1010% West Fifth, were. arrest- Vacant buildings are a blight in 8) under this restless sky we arejed by Freeport police Thursday anv city. Under Ihc present leader- reminded again of Hie kind and afternoon on warrants charging for a cream Snc said tlle pllrsc conlainp<1 $ 16 lu W uii nil; «v*\>[\viii mui ci vnnin: . ,, , . colored 1960 Chevrolet stolen with.; anrt various credit cards and pa in the pa^t hour in Alvin. anri was ak<> " ship we have loo many vacant;wonderftil people that extended a vacant business buildings. Down-1 helping hand. them with failure to appear in Celia fizzles out • | while she was out of tire store's dressing room looking in a mlr- Iror at n dress she had donned. court on traffic tickets. They town Freeport has had blight dis-i We were at the American Legion,were released on posting $35 bond! MIAMI (API — Tropical storm Richard McClendon of 924',si ease for the past four or more| lall in Columbus and two fine men|cach, officers reported. |Celia, reduced to an area of .North Avenue C reported to Free- years, .from Freeport were there too and I ask you, Mayor Helpinslill, what I they worked tirelessly nearly the is wrong downtown Free-;whole time and to them we should port? It's your duty as Mayor to ; ngain like to say "Thanks, friend." keep business in downtown Free-; They helped bring people in off port so that Freepprt may grow streets and roads and kept people and prosper. Mayor Helpinstill.; informed and somewhat organized. having those NO LEFT TURN signs off of Second Strcol onlo Cherry Street will not help busi- Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Wpde S.iD Magnolia Angleton Pedro F. Bertran was charged with destroying personal property over $50, after coming to the Freeport Police Station about 5:15 squally weather, drifted leisurely toward the north - northwest Saturday, the Weather Bureau said. port police at about 10 a.m. Saturday that someone had stolen a license plate from a niotorseoot- The four - day old disturbance er parked at the home, lost its punch. Highest winds wore! p.m. Thursday to ask if officers!35 to 40 miles an hour in squalls.! The manager of a Frceporl were looking for him. The charge was filed in the Justice Court of E. W. Freeman where Bertran's bond was set at Celia moved northwestward at:super market requested police to about 7 miles an hour earlier, andjkcep a close patrol of the store's was 1.300 miles east-southeast of I cooling tower Friday night as the Miami. i tower had previously caught fire 1RAIOSPORT AND MAZORIA COUNTY, TEXAS, SUN., S6PT6MBI* U, 1?*J Clute paid tax attorney $6,906 Ttw City Of CTntc twirl th» t£ collection firm of Rosii Terry $*,• •108.20 during th« pant two y««r», not SfiO,90f!.2n Aft AtatH In Friday's Facts, Thp nearly $7,f)fW p«ld Twrj 15 piercent of delta- ft. J-i*cport pollcs wei* called to,vehlde mndft n wide lurn and col- Spruce at 7:30 Heed with s 19BJ Rambler driven »• West Ninth, going east on Broad, officers reported. Frceporl police are Investigating two accidents In which ve hides left lh« scene after colll slons. In nn accident on South Fifth !o Hayes at the funeral home un- .11 about 1 p.m. Sunday. ; * s>|> - ,- Jk jJ Ai .j| Hayes, a former Velasco City |H ff aCCIOGni Councilman and Dow Chemical Co. brickmason for many years, died in a local hospital Thursday night after a lengthy illness. In addition to a wife and two sons, Hayes is survived by a brother, Bert H. Hayes of Freeport. Courses on ideology BALTIMORE (AP)—The Slat* 1 Board of Education adopted a policy statement Thursday urging Maryland public schools to include in their courses of instruction information about communism and A Brazorla man, Abe Wright ot Route 1, WHS injured in n downtown Freeport crash which nlsa involved a truck and another car about noon Friday. After treatment at Brazosport I Memorial Hospital, Wright was dismissed to go home. Freeport I police reported that Wright'* 1950 ! Dodge was n total loss. Wright was traveling south on' Studebaker owner! by I>an B. Fulton of 50414 South Fifth was struck by a vehicle which backed across the streel, Ihen left tho scene without giving Information, officers reported. The vehicle Is believed to be R 1955 black nnd while Mercury, officers reported. Ringgold of West Columbia wns Rlngold of West Columbia was damaged while parked In the 2fH Block of West Second on Sepl. 9 about 6 p.m., RiiiRgold told po Cherry when his auto ran a stop sign at West Broad, officers stated. The Dodga was then Involved in collisions with a 1957 Ford bob-tail truck driven by William R. Wealherford of Tree- olher totalitarian ideologies. jport, traveling on West Broad, The board said teachers should land a 1960 Chevrolet driven by present "factual, authentic and:Woodrow W. Pool Jr. of Freeport, objective" information on such! stopped on Cherry for a Stop sign, quent taxes, interest and penal' les collected durlnR Terry'* tw« year contract with Out*. There was $.1,100 In delinquent taxes on Km hooks when t Ivj contract was signer! and Terry 1 linn reported it had collected some $52,500 during tha two year) on which It was pnld « oommis sion. Ideologies. ipolice reported. Has. Officers reported that the park ed vehicle was struck on the let rear fender and was knocked into a parking meter. An accident In the 1100 Block' of West Fifth In Freeport was investigated by police Thursday morning about 8 a.m. Officers reported that n 1061 Ford driven by Herbert P. Teinert Die in collapsed ice • INNSBRUCK, AimlTlil (API- Three Austrian gendarme* did) Thursday during an alpln* exe^l else when an lee wall erwh«i down and hurled them, g«n darmerle headquarters reported. of 1218 West Fourth WM traveling east when it struck a parked 19R1 Falcon pickup truck owned b> Krause Office Supply, parked Ir front o/ 1119 West Fifth. Damages were estimated «l $400 for the Teinert auto and J7S for the truck. 9 ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES SISTERS IN THE SKY — Three afrltne hostMsei, who -are tittert, pose at Copenhagen'* Kaslrup airport. It wa« a rare meeting for their Jab* take them to different countries. From left ar» Marnrt. 30; Klrsten, 25, and Karen Anderson, 23. MATTER OF BALANCE — Varied techniques of racing are shown as Swiss team of Camathlas and Burkhardt (32) lead the Germans, Deubel and Hoerner (31) In the sidecar event of West Germany Grand Prix at Stuttgart. The Germans won tha race. ARAB ROCKET POWER— The Kaher (Conqueror) rocket belchei (lame dur. ing test firing at bate in Egypt. Twenty of the new rocketi were itarred in a, Cairo parade of U.A.R. military might on 10th anniversary of the overthrow of King Farouk. SOLAR ENERGY — Soviet technician pours tea for worker! In destrt area near Athkhabad, Turkmen. Tea was brought te boll by reflector harnessing sun's rays. THE EYES HAVE IT — Airline hostess Pat Hurley was the main attraction when she stepped off the presa plane and strolled past naval reserve units. The men were lined on to greet President Kennedy at Otis Alp Farce Base In Massachusetts, TAKING STOCK — A C»p» clawles* otter raises Itself to view Its new home at Whlpinade zoo near • Dunstable, England, Animal's native habitat Is Tanganyika. FUSS AND FEATHERS^ A emrrwd erm. prated •«• natural rutted look tor phetogjvtplH* «t xo» wtokto Undon. Bird ta • i LOTS OF ROOM — Actress Paula Lan. !• dwarfed by a huge "Boitgn Rocker." Outsizcd chair I* a display at summer home furnishings market In 8an PranttUcoj SETTING UP THE BOSS — Pitcher Al McBean poie. PitU!>urgh pilot Danny Mgrtjugh for picture at the Polo Ground!. The rlflhthandop worked *s a photogra- Bhsr In th* Virgin Islands and hence, the gag for the benefit ef the press lens toter*» t

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