The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on March 2, 1964 · Page 3
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 3

Freeport, Texas
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Monday, March 2, 1964
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Mm.. Me*** j, mt PAft 3 Iff LAST WKK TO PI Cash SMI To to Vto»... Stamps Mil To to Ohren...Roister lor Iroo Dlmtylmwl Tripsl Confost Wit! End of Ht« Clow of Builtwu Suturdgy, March 7, 19*41 VINE RIPENED YOUTHFUL SCIENTISTS Brisoiport Mime* r«ir project* by the** girt*, vml CUrk, tan, tad U*h Mlron, took tint ptao* awards, Senior Dlvlilon, In Saturday'! Ninth Annual Fair. Tlw etudent* ire pictured with Mils CUrk'* "Study of ptaMrl*," IB the biology eatefory. uiM Mlron'i win- nlnf entry in UM eh»mlstry category wei "Exploring CryfUU." -Facts staff photo stock .• show Olem Brewer, 4-H'er from Uenvel, placed Kin brahman totter first la actoasof Junior yearling totter* it tto Houston Stock Show end Rodeo U*t Greek tanker escued Glenn'* totter al*o planed fourth In tto scramble totter •how. Gary Story, 4-H'er from Alvln, planed M* angu* totter I2th in a el*** of senior better eelve*. Gary'i totter placed 1Mb In tto •cr*mbl*cl**s. Gary purehaeed hi* totter from Blntllff Ranch near Angleton. Both heifer* were bought with certificate* given ttom for catching •erambl* calve* at previou* Hoodoo show*. Schtemberger well Survey- Ing Corp. of Houeton *pon- . aored Oary'acalf, and Michel T. HaBxmty of Houston «pon- Gary il»o placed ftr*t with Ui e*sey that to wrote eon- oernlng hli experiences with his Mrambto talter thli Uit THE MAIL GOES THROUGH OSIIEK, YngoelavlalAP)—For 11 year* now, winter or rammer, rain or mow, postman Borlvoje 41 Pupovac hu pot hi* letter knap* nek on hi* tack and hiked si- most to mile* delivering tto mall to 10 nearby village*. He walk* with • cane and car. rle* a trumpet to toot tto new* that tto mall has arrived. crew r HALIFAX, MA (APy-Thtr- ty-four mrvlvor* of the broken Greek tanker Araphlalos arrived In Hallfix early today iboard a Canadian warship after a dramatic re*cu* from Uw stormy North Atlantic. Two memtori of tto »man Creek erew ptrlstod ift- er tto 19,MO-ton tanker ipllt in two under tto battering of tale wlndi and 20-foot wave* oft tto Nova Scotia coast Saturday. Five of tto survivors were token to • hospital on •tretotor*. Cant. Stamantl* Polemla, tto AmpUato*' *klpper, aaid to and hi* men clung for hour* to a rail of tto atom Motion until they were picked upSun- day afternoon by Uw Canadian dee^rcAer ••oort Alha- baikan. A 300-foot bow **c- tlon of the 6SO-foot ship floated away and sank. Tto survivors wsie wrapped in navy blanket* a* they left the Canadian war»hlp. Most appeared etoarful bat tired. They shook hand* with tto Canadian sailors and In broken English expmsed their gratitude. Aiked to confirm tto number of men aboard hte *hlp, Poleml* cald briskly, "We tod 96. Now we have 34." The rescue followed a NEGRO GOM/vlUN/T/ES ' SET CIEAN-UP DRIVE March 1* eouMered dean-op Month a* planned by tto committee OB Community improvement of tto County Program Building Committee. For tto put all year* tto Negro eommanltte* of Braaorla County have participated In tto annual Ctoan-up cpmpalgn. Eight commanltle* have regtetmd to tak* pert In tto campaign thlo year. Ttoy are We*t Columbia, elate, Old Ocean, IfaBetb, Bailey'* Prairie, ctonango, Rosharon-Bandy Point, <• and Alvln. judging will to done by trained Agricultural and home demonstration dob member* (ran anottor community a* •elected by tto community, begtanlag April t. Tto ctoan-up campaign 1* dealgned to provide n toalthler atmocptore In which to live, and to beantlfytto oommunltie*. Tto campaign eonrM of removing or repairing weh ttera* U old Una, ear part*, tmetacked lumber, unsafe *t*p*,flU- tng IB tote* that aocumuUte atagmat water, torn serms, Furttwr detail* eaa to obtained from tto Nifro Coenty etonee ob*enmtlon by i Canadian air force plane dnrlnt a trilMnf minion. Tto pilot, 14. Liurl* Prleien, (potted u oil iliek about 310 mite* •outtout otHillfax-preium- •bly from tto mnken bow. "A eoupl* of minute! liter we MW two ihlps," Fflesen ••Id. "Tto nearest was n nivy shlp-Athabukin-ond •bout tight mltei away was another ship. Tto second TM- sel looked different from • normal ship." As to swooped down, to mad* out tto stern of a snip sticking out of the water. "There were men clinging to tto nils," Frlesen said. "They began waving franllcal- iy." ••- "•• • Prleien radioed the Atha- baskan. The warship's pres- eeee In tto area'was pure ehanee. Tto Canadian nary •aid no distress signal tod been received from tto stricken tanker. Tto Athabaakan'* (kipper, Cmdr. Peter R. Hlnton of Victoria, laid a lookout spotted tto floating stern a few minutes after tto plane'* report. Two lifeboat* bobbed in the sea. Hlntoo said mo*t of tto men in tto lifeboat* ware too weak to climb nets Irang over tto Attobaakan'* iMe. Canadian •illor* scrambled down and aided ttom aboard. STINKIN'OR STINGINj TAKE YOUR CHOICE KATONAH, N.V. (AP) - If yellow jackets arc menacingyour si«e, gel some ikunki. Naturalist Stanley O. Otinnon doesn't actually lecomnend haiborins skunks. But ha says the much maligned skunk is man'* friend and Is instrumental In keeping the wasps under control. "The** Insect*," Orleraon said, "have become a suburban aummer plague. Many people allergic to theit sting, become violently III. Some even may die when stung." On* doctor trailed ISO sting victims tut summer. "Yellow Jackets build their neat* in the ground where the queens develop in preparation for reproducing thousands of their kind," Cklerson ssid. "With the first chill of winter Ik*** insect* become immobitiied In the nests, tele from tto sling*. KM skunk* then ferret them out and eat neeu, eggs and queens. Bui with roving dogs around the •kunk* are disappearing," U. S. NO. 1 PRiSH AND RED RIPE! LB, 14 *] California Avocados sm ............... I«H I2c / Pineapple S&1S DOUBLE BIG BONUS STAMPS TUESDAY MMILT MVOMTt 1-LB. PKG. 12 Top Spred Oleo Food Club Milk Preserves WSZX> 2 <&»49c Toilet Tissue •&, B "& l . 79c I Oc Candy Bar %M£&& 3 '& 25c Inst. Potatoes X», 2 "» 35c Vets Dog Food 3 <3S*\ 27c Cut Mint Sticks £5*^,2 ^39c MEDIUM SIZE LEAN! MEATY! PORK! U.S.D.A. INSTT. fLUMP. PAN RIAOY FARMER BROWN FRYER PARTS Fryer Breasts 'SS&F^. ................ ». 59c Legs & Thighs Wt. 1 .. 1 !!^ ............. ... 49c Necks & Backs £^ .......... ..... 2 % 25c Fryer Wings W™ ................ u. 23c Stewing Parts S&ySSiSK: ........... 2lc Dixie Pack SSSZ?. ....................... * 49c Price* good I* Uk* rreepurl * A*gM<*> Moe.- Her. I-J-4. Bight r*. to limit. CALENDAR Tto Br**aa«ort note I* «Mt|y*yto* MiittMfTyf few peMt«ottla*,*HbJ*ettotto of tto nemperetle mpublloin primary .„,..; may*, UM. (Wtos* M> party l*u_U«*t- *4 tto «*«Mat* U Demo- Family Pack Fryer Quarters Pork Fresh Banana Roll QUARTER SLICED FRESH! LEAN! 37c Blueberry Rolls K? LB. «« 39c Plum Bum COUNTY ADDS TO FLEET . tt fUbef*Giee**ir JUITICI,»CT.» ( I». i.O»-eT.—*,!•«-( AMERICAN or PIMENTO FOOD CLUt--INDIVIDUALLY WRAPPED SLICES- 1S-OI. WC6. 39* Breunschwetqer u. We Corn Dogs 39c Swtft Bologn* " BOTTLE OF 100 lilCfO 55c 48 i Wa^* Paper Northern Tliwe m 2 2»c Sawiwich Bag. Tk<* WAVffX 23c Vel Beauty Bar Salmon S^m** 1

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