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March 9, 1964

The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 3

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AT COPE RALLY MM. w. U 2 justice candidates begin campaign talks Uut «• tto Two ««mp«i|n Ufti MC IW UM Tfct tafti ««• •»*« *» * mMttac «poB*>r»d by U* C!«nmHhW on POIIUflil Edu- onioa tt Ibe op»r»«m Tht two wan Erntut mm«hr Mil R. Clynt Thomu, eudidttet (or W» <* 0» p«M« (or JMUe* t>r*«iMt «. PIM* I. Thl* li ttw Mty ooo- tart for i jtuUe* ptMltfon IB UM county HU» ycir. ThontM wo* •Melctl in 1MB in jtuUon prteinel 0, «hieh wld* JtuUM PNQlBet 9 *U mated. H* «*f ippolMcd to mi Hit affiet ua»ll tltt M* •Wetlon. jurtlM of th* PCMM Sam Bill ST. »l» »«!«• «-•!•«- tlon for prMiaet «. PtMf, a but hu no oppontnt in titter th» prlmiry or t»otr»\ tl«e- tlon. •tnth«««m«r»Uy,Ulkswer* tl*o by U»M ot tha (our Mibto of etoet Ik flMt t «««l»b»» WltptMMt. TntM Mi .ttt •hUriniiU o( otmtny iW ThwnM: ERN68T IHHtAKt EmMt D»mthy MM h* hwi llwd in FTMport MBM !«», ud worktd with ttt Dow la- Mlator*. H» MM M Md DMA ihinktBf of rwmlBi (or It* of. flc« of JtuilMw of U» P*M« fora tone tlnw. "Ttw bwrt thiBf that tvtr tapptMd wu WtU« Uil* o(* fie* off tht IM «y*t*m, and poHinf jttallMf on mltry. R ahoold haw MM 4dM a lom tlmt i|o," ha Mid. II* did not balWw a Jtwtloa of tht paaet should rtndtr a daath vtrdttt wrtho* profM* •lonal advlot. "A JP la no doctor, it* should M a doctor makt an •wmUutlon, or hat* an autopty ptrformtd, btfort ftvini aVardtet" whtn a working man la arrtttod, Dtmahy Mid, ht ahouW bt ilrtn an opportunity to makt bond btfon btlnt looktd up. Ht toouM p* a* opportwtty to IMW J«>» tarly tWM*« te rtport far work. WhtM a eomt4aNI itbretti* a* a rtnH o» idomtttJe dti- pot*. Dtmahy taid, both aktw •aottld bt bttrd Mtott tht oompl«l««laae«|*»d. R. CLWE THOMAS R. clynt Thomas ptriotod oat that ht had bttn tlteM two ytars afo to a fow-ytar term, wtanuw ow two of- pontnti without a ruo-c«.Bt- eautt of tht abollthlngof ju«- tlet prtelnet 6, bt s*M, ht wa» foretd to rtn acaia (or tbt rtmalndtr of his term. "i would Ukt to ttr*t out tht rtmalnlni two ytaraofmy term," ht told tht COPE andl- tn matters eomlnt bttor* him, bt said, bt madt aprao- tlet of btarlac both sldts, thtn maklac • Judtmtnl. Ht tritd at aO tlmos to bt fair and impartial, in said. TntM brltf sfattmtnts wart mad* by candidates tor ooMtibl* of Prtelnet », Ptaet I. M was tiNttd » i«o. Hit said ah* art htt two Uisats d»*tMtr» weatd aMMeUW UM MmoertlW wit May >. O. T. CKKKIKCRAM CwMtlmliim «M ht was a tttt-tos* rasUHi of CM*, was a hBBituvratr, worktd as a U*(p*or»man. had a wtfr and row eUktrw, and was aetlvt In Boy Scot* work. Many w»rt and»r Uw IM. prtvstM Uwtaeoastabttwasa minor oltielat, at said, "bnt It It ot importmee* btea«wt of tht opporttmily to strw pto* ptt." tf tttetsd. ht *aM, ht pttdnd Ms uotirlnt starts to s*r*t th* offie* with prttt anddlftuty. CARL A. TIPTON Ttplon said ht had lived in Ukt Jaekson (or ntnt ytart, hud a Wtt* and son, and wts a mtmbtr of th* Veterans of Foreign Wars and rrattfttat Order ot Bas>t. Ht had attended a Military Pollee school while Mr*ii« three years with the U.S. Air Poree, he MM,andhwl*erved ovtrstas 83 month* as an M P. Rt was not a eruiadtr for any one law, Tipton s«ld. He MM moat of a constable's work was with civil suits, and la these would treat all mat* tors he dealt with as eon. Mentlal. t«J «** part .ftiiWMtMs* ***««« party to bMfcfM H» crlur Is settt lurtly tt rtrwr-irt was far b»j«mJ «•* Hi* »t- ptrtttfeWIS, S»»Hv JWrind of feed w*i* Wiwd IR b» •k*l*ra it I)* Rernnld* Rtftfc. pltw no"* rmwy. rood and etaHMiit ItM *l«n b» iw«-*k*t- Amri* MM wMter*. kft and Sandra fJwws*. p r»* I - d*nt*«l*«t. sr* rtk*ni n tnnkkwt of (ood ai*t f*t»r Items to the fimlh. s«ti« HM toewi 111 for *»««nil ww>k* In John S»»l-. M(«- pttat and MM rmulrnl num. *mm Nood irkMtumnn*. -Kact* »«»H pNXvi He wet»M e<w|>*r*t* »llh att othtr law *nfereem»«» it»- Ctts, he Mid, aad wouW dl*. eh»rt* hit «NU*» fiirtr ud impartially, withe* f**r of favor. MISS ABBOTT TO MOOUCt MB* YORK <AP> - Juai» Abbott, diutnttt n( ««ttt** Bio«Jw«y »how*«n Oems* AbtHHi,h«» farmed * p«iiner»hlf with Raymond Kill to product ihowi. K*tt ta • pl«y«r •»enl. The p*if*» firm protect it • comedy. " >*t un«ill«d. by Nofimui Wculft. * mcmbri «' the Ne* Dt*in«li<il« Committee m«k- ln( hi* White »'«r debut. ^'* *^ M - ,,,Jm J Accident report t'»r» it I Itl II « 'I s"l,l»<«>, «!!*• N< »•< H* •><in»il«, 1*14 ,4 olft«*ri «t»t»»l A !»"» i 'h»«TtiM »l)t >n ••ton, l»«<ll* ft**''. «»• inin woh^m • "'-in- in Ihm «i(o« •»• ««n»d IT > »>• | s |fciw»»«i»r >« *U w . TV IM DIAMOND MINE TIMtr* In •tin* linn !»• Klmb»flet -itw !• mor» . 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And if your children are at an age where they outgrow clothing, your automatic washer »nd electric dry*r will save for you in another way: Your children will rn*d lewtr w»u of clothing, because you're free to wash t* oftwi as needed, without waiting for fair weather washdays. Your etoctric appliance dealer will be glad t» •how you a variety of electric clothe* dry- «m — every one of them a sure money-naver for vou! HOUSTON LIGHTING * POWER COMPANY • Tsiss tanpaylno. ln»«ttef>«wnf4 eleetric serolce

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