The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on February 28, 1964 · Page 3
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 3

Freeport, Texas
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Friday, February 28, 1964
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*>i. Pollcm report $M 8to*k Ot East repotted 10 pAH* *t t)» _.«. rrWay. OfBcwn *t***» and th* oMnjdalfta-t **• *»• -tee* t» tn« eb*N** tf 4** aired later In the day. CLUtE-A ftsMM* *t th* 1000 Btoek at M*I»» «r**t reported * pro*** m * «*tt to CLUTE TEENS AID HEART FUND volwteer worker*, from»»«, Wan* Burton, DlaM* wWUey.Waney Carrier, Col- leee Bwemtker, rraaelM Bottoma, Sheila Snip** art Marilyn Tnoma*, were aerred rWrMttamla at tnehoraeof Mra. Ralph Smith aJtar they made their Heart Sundiy eali* IB CM*. BvMtnetndlvMtMl Mkei eerved were In keeplnc with th. day, feetttrini hurt deeoratioa*. The ftirl* worked in Section lUtClwte.tathe Smith hem* afterward, they played tame* and were awarded priaee.otbermtteod- ttt UHIudM Mr*. Raleigh Gore and eon, Paul. Accident report i LAKE JACKSON - Two • auto* collided at Center Way and oak Drive about a p.m. 4tHur*day, with about $900 in damages estimated for each ear but no injurlt• listed for oft mtl-UeS. Itflfltts Drtvera were, Dorothy Look* of 24! Laurel, golac west on Center Way In a ttet Pontita, and Pittl Hol- Ite of 818 Magnollt, headed eouth on a 1W7 Okte- moblle, police *aM. A The eolllatoo occurred In The intoraeetlon with damage to the right front of the Pon- Uae and toft front of tbeOWa- moblle according to officer*. The driver of the Pontlae wae charged with failure to yield right of way. LAKE JACKSON - Two ear* collided a* they left a Jalry atore on .Plantation %rlve about 7:08 Thuraday. fouee eald a 1961 Chevro- SAIGON, South Viet Nam (AP>- The Communist* are distributing leaflets In Saigon calling for an aH-out drive against Americans to coincide with the observance of a Com* mtmlst holiday n**t week. "Pledged to the complete eradication of U.S. force* hare and pressing for the neutral- isation of the southern area, th* National Liberation Front 8algon-Cholen-Cla-Dtnh Zone Committee ha* Issued instructions to Its military, paramilitary and political or- ganlutlon*," the leaflet* let driven by jam** Cray of 226 Center way had backed out and we* pulling onto th* roadway when it waa In a oolllalon with a 1087 Dodge driven by Johnny Parker of Freeport, aleo being backed up. Damage* were estimated at 97S for the Chevrolet, with no damage to the Dodge, officer*. *a(d. The driver of the Dodge waa charged with backing not In aafety. "Every effort must be made to carry out a sabotage campaign to celebrate the coming anniversary of the Viet Nam Lao Dong party "-North Vietnamese Communist Labor party on March 3. Reliable informants said U.S. Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge had received several asaaMlnatlon threats in letters and had agreed to tighter security precautions. H* ha* shunned tight security and walked around Saigon by himself, without guard*. During the day, a grenade thrown Into a suburban police station exploded and wounded six policemen on duty, none seriously. It wa* the first bombing to result In casualties in more than a week. American and Vietnamese security precaution* were sharply tightened In Saigon after the bombing of the American community theater Feb. IB In which three Americans were killed. No additional precautions are planned; TTT u • •. Twa ton m OM« wiumm o*n una «.•. u no* >» comcnoN Our special* in Thursday Facts are good Feb. 28 &29 HAHOI RSH CO. 100 W. Brazos BE 3-5401 Freeport - A m**s*g* from Oakland, Cattf., nolle* Thuraday night informed rreeport police that th* dts- tlrct attorney at Oakland re- Ma** to extradite Jerry Lettin, it, being h»M by Freeport polls* on a felony warrant Charge from California. Th* meet*** stated that an Oakland man wa* enfoutowith th* authority to Hoover his ear in rreeport. Ponce bad arrested Loftln in the mthtete recently on information from th* Oakland ear owner. FRBEPORT - A fight between three men, on* armed with a rifle, on* with a knit* and th* turd swinging a hammer, recutted In minor in- jurle* tor one, with two knocked overboard during the battle aboard a shrimp trawler Thursday. Polio* were called to the fight on the boat docked at a West Branos net shop at 2 p.m. An officer reported that one of the men had been cut on the hand and stomach but neither he or the other two wished to file charge*. FREBPOHT-A woman told police at 5iS$ p.m. Thursday that aman driving a light bio* car with Georgia license pUtes had followed her 12- year-old daughter. She told officer* the Incident occurred In the oulf- Brasosport Blvd. area. Ntw EMM|tr FHEEPORT-Stan Hlnkley, formerly vice president with C. B. Dslhomme, Inc., a boat dealer In Houston, has been named general manager of Bridge- Harbor Marina here. Hlnkley' will also direct'a ' sales ttree at the--marina. •" A new line ofbdatsandmotor* wUl be bandied by the new branch at the marina. Witt! SAT. «:30 A.M. cnneitt AL>«»V« BUST QUALITY * ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY SHIRTS SPORT ' ' 0lcrM A CettM old ill CottM Spectacular Sportshirt Savings! end-of-month clean-op L BRIGHTLY PATTERNED STRIPESTi PLAIDS) Chooee your favorites from a huge array of Dan River plaids of crisp combed cotton broadeloth in short sleeve, regular collar models I Plus rich, combed cotton stripes In wanted tiuttondown eollar, long *n short sleeve styles! Stock-up now) WASH N* WEAR «MBS SUCKS RBDJUCIDTO MEN'S PULLMAN LUG6A6I STRIFiD TOWEIS MEN'S OVERNIGHT IU66AGE KHAKI WORK PANTS abrics Orff-HALF PRICE HAND TOWH4/I* OSNABURC CURT ASH SET MOCSMAKC-UP LOGGAGI REDUCED TO BUIEDEHIM , Nl OVERALLS REDOCptO PIKE GOODS COHON DENIM SOUDS, MANY COLORS! Colon ooto,. in a peren- fl9« yd nial (ovortto ,.. machine waeiwMe. Sonferis*d* quick drying eoty Ironlngl rabvtoM bvyl |_| A 1 AU COTTON HOUSE DRESSES COTTON CREW SOCKS MOUCEDTO COTTON DENIM STRIPIS, *•» CHICKS, PLAIDS! POMS™ -n coton to m- 69c yd. ipirel Machine wothaMe, Sanforitea* 'n caJoteel Hi coordlnole with ovf morretowi toNdtl |k|4%Vs1s? «nVv<llVvI j-rWP^nfc^WB^j^^^lP RBDUdDTU 142 COTTON PKE GOODS REDUCED MJ TO Yd. COTTON •'•• :.t wowsoos WOMEN'S COTTON SIQItTS • • PBNNIY'S PULL SAIl PRINTS, SOLIDSI tolkloih , .. crea WRLlBLACItDflISS •or 1 * nnsms HDUCIPTO MfcVS WORKSIMTS DAN WVir$ DANSTAi PRINTS, SOLIDS! c*tor*o««fci«Md , f eaoey-t i*Awee p»ke» «-•** to"tfcl e*4 **>, to* «toy 30% Off lew prlte* . . . MUWTfl

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