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March 4, 1964

The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 10

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tot io TMM We*. Merth 4, IH4 THilACTS POLICE CHIEF'S THEORY: Failure to meet needs cause far delinquency Crwfc *** Stamps' In The "the probhMne "I Jo wri- te of rrcvfKift Polls* f:iit*f W. H. Ue«it»r '* tali «t lt» r ... Optlffiltt d* »l whlth Karl Mir* *a* bnw>r*<1 let hi* briya' work. |,aa*lt*r him t« < aehml !,oon <nil*» a*»y h» tH* irtolf'.**!*, ai»r »»»i «««»« *»»t he waeta wh*n h« *>M« it »*Jl *»*1 «»n to (»l it," awl "a mlr«)f *l«h > •naj'^f |ifi*tlem." After U*ai -l«firtitm«* of •tut r'.(i«tllut*» » *atd, "»!**• tfeor* i* MA nn» «*«*• of i iwtt (** MI* at wan reart IM Melwte I* ar IM U.N. ftet, w* mvet «|tHp iMfft*lv*e to twn* more- about Me boy* YOU ARE INVITED TO OUP WYlVAl MARCH 8th to 13th 2 Services Daily 9:30 AM A 7PM oo*«t Speaker KV W. W. HAWTHORN! A<1<nlnl*tralor, Moody lloum, Calwetua Muale l^wdtr •V. IOMT N. MMttOM *ta Valley Meilwidlal Church, llouabm NURSIRY PROVIDED FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Let* Jack MM witn «twm «t awi, M inrtiviiionto, CM) to kw>* mor* about their prtMeme," M* Mid It was generally agreed that "detintttttty It «aae*d by i nlt«f* to meet IN* n**da of childrei I* • •atiefaotory meaner, pt«* the ehlW'e rteeltlon to WnnrnH the «a*e«ept*fal* M( ortet*." H« toM MM fr<wi> ih»t UM Mm* •• for «d«M» la th» brntd eitocorlM at pfcyrieil • ad •motloMl M«ta. It * i pdytietl Ud •motlMt! »r« not m«l In torn*, •ehoot, eh«r«h Md lh» eem- mwMtr, "w* <MB ftpMt him to eel dUtcrwrtly from (k» child WHOM «v«ryM*d liuto- uwltor MHItiwd U» m»«n» by which i eommwlly my tpply • pnmatallw tp- prouh tnwird |)M control of Tht niMtlMl WM told d whiHM'i RMUururt in ciuto with ctrt^r MMD«,*t««pr«t» ld«rt, pr*MOtlD< i pliqiM to Ulrd who w»« iam«d "out. MiMdlnc Dayi' Worker of lh» Ifwr." Tlw *w*rd w»« tatMd on erafl Airport at LakeJsefcso*,|M| -j^g SECOND eonimemoraiive atamp of the year, be Uaued by the United Nation* will !i*mor the __. Conference «»n ffsde snd Oeveldpmeni efliil will have Tln.rat e.rviee. for fl«t-da» ceremonie. March 2J. TJ|UU ft»J.Jl ts^corf- Cran* wtn t» held at IttO '•«««* convene* in Geneva. *«•««•**« «•»•* •*» p.m. Twtrsday at tne •WvHMMHH CMaffBll nl JHkwn. The Re*, carlo* Davis will officiate. BtrUl win be in rtrst Lake FUVMBN were on the SCMW tow end a half hour* this morning, batUlnt and auMuinf the most eottly fire w eeveral year* to rreeport. Clote and Lake JMk- Mm flreweB assisted rreeport flre- fllhter* as the ftames spread In a business block In the WO Block of Oulf Blvd. ttsisurirlait «*«««4U MVmvTtWl rmfm •user th* dtrection of fret- port rwteral Home. Masonie graveaid* Hte* Witt be held. Wrvlvort (nclnde hte wlto, Avlst a son DtmHf Craft*. take Jacksotti parents, Mr. and Mr*, p. w. cracc* of Havana, m.| a ststtr, Mr*. Donakl wenwrt of Roewell, M. M.t ant grandmother, Mrs. Ma* UIM of Havana, Dl. Crans betan work for Dow In Jon* of |»M after bnlnc a pilot with Tern* Aviation industrial* at Hondo from 19N to ItM and prior tothciwork- Irtf tor int*rnt4lonal and TWA AUIlnee and for Park*. Watson Aviation, Nevill was hired by Dow In 19ffO and worked In the Texas Division Legal Department, trarvefijrrlnt to Braces Oil In I9W. H* had lived in Lake Jackson and Is a brother of Mrs. Frank whlUon. Ramey began his Dow career in 1947, later toing with Bracoe. He I* a former attorney for the City of Dana*. The International conference, with an ettlmtned I. $00 panic!- psnn and orwervera, will con- aWer problem* Involved in the enpanslon of trade and take practical alept to meet the apeclal natlona. June 15. the new need* of developing It *lll continue until .tamp ha» a ba.ic *' •«*" cv "»"•"» '"• Treasury deaign of arrow* pointing in two Department. A map .rf.the United direction*, denoting a global «'•»" " W«e form** rtw back, flnw of trade. Th. 5-c .1 .tamp *~3?*'**» "*•'•«• A *»* (K<n, yellow end black. The the wtndR"l7SYc«hiiirS«rvh:e." marginal Inacription* will con- .^ *l*t of the O.N. *e*l with the f '""•"<• U.S. flegj appear upper tent "Trade and Development" '«'< «"" 1tlln ' h « <Jf" " r "«»'«' around th* top of the *e*l. appear* "4« U.S. PrtHlage." The Collector* deairing fir*t-day card which in ba*ed on a coveramay aend their remittance* to cover the coal of the *l*mp* to he affixed to the U.N. Poital Admlnlatration, United Nation*, New York, N.V. 10017. The out- aide envelope rnuil be clearly marked "FDC - TRADE." A by New York arlint Otrald Kuril, *•' flrxt i«»u«d In Wa«hfn|ton Feb. 22. • • • • filler of medium weight should be placed in each envelope, Requeala ahould be mailed a* far in advance aa ponaible. \rientin* haaUaueda 4-penos commemorative atamp honoring »* fourth National Folklore Featival. The atamp deplcta a reproduction of the "Payador" (Wandering Mln»lr«l) by Juan Carton Camignino. Soon to he >eaued by Argentina will haj itampa honoring Ih* IRlh Olymp™ Oame* in Tokyo, 13th Congreaa U.S. POatmamer General John A. Oronomki ha* releaaed the deaign of a new postal card of the Unlveraal Poatal Union. honoring the U.S. Custom* Ser- memorial to Pope John XXIII. vice. The 4-cent card in red. United Nation* Day and ncveril white and blue commemoraleN othera which have not an yet the I75lh anntvernary of the received final approval. founding of the Cuiitoma Service, RAMBO'S TERRIFIC SPECIAISI TB*5 TO SUIT VOW 10060 or TO 2 ruts TO MV ClOSEOUT '49" * $ EXTRA SPECIAU EARLY AMERICAN NUT RAMBO'S Canada has announced the Issuance of a new alamp showing a modern jet taking off from a Canadian airport. While the atamp hear* a flight motif and waa d(£ aigned primarily for airmail letter* to (he U.S., it will not be specifically an airmail xlamp. It replace* the blue "Canada Oooae" deaign. The value of the new alamo is 7 cent*. Dividend is upped ' by Dow j TtM Board of Directors at Tto -Dow Chemical Company* 48 cant* par aharcoolUoom-** moo stock payable April JO to «tockholdar» at record at the.oloM otbualnaasonMareh 18. Dow Increated lUdlfldend to 4.B cents per gnsre from 40 cento which hu bean paid quarterly ilnee AufUft 1961.1 At that Umatbaquartorly dirt- dead WM lncrMeedto40cenU . from 38 cent* which had beet* paid alnce Jamairy, 1980. The Board o£ Director* al»o announced that it I* not It* intention to pay t attack dlvl- . dead thi* yew. A two percent : •took dividend hu been de- ' clared In ilx of the past 10 ' yeura, including 1953, ' Mrs. dies; rites held AHGLETON - Funeral •ervice* tor a former. Angle- ' ton resident, Mr*. Betty Jo Maatoraon, 39, were held in,, Houston on Tuesday. She died Sunday, alter a ' brief illness. Survivor* Include band, A. B. Masterson; moth. er, Mrs. L. a Mantord; and ': three daughter*, Mrs. Bllaa- beth Kellogf, Uis* Martha' Ann Maitcrson and Miss Bette Jo Mastorson, all of Houston. ' Th* Rev. Refer CUtoy of i Qalwatoo, a termer pastor of : Holy comforter BpUcopal Church la AntUtoo, offlcUted at the funenl servtceav .* Mrs. Maatewon had been* active in several organiu- ' lion* while she lived in An- ileton, and was a member of Holy comforter BpUcopal Church here. Th* family moved back to HoBtton several month! atn. WOIIO SCENE I) most powerM JsynhUcaa up- rlaUf u> |«u tndtttOMlly i- Deiaocra^ state |«i|*«ilylOO N yeaw. '-• Art.-* perished •VUsaiMftMr aaslafctV. nJJlnat f *»Mta^s*<ia.» vtotUaa were buntedl««J»**v *^"^Pi^^ff- ^^ •^•^W^ BBa**Uba1k»t ^laa*^^ailB*l*l*1k9BWt

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