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Page Texas alir lOaro Nnus-Srilnrnf Friday, Dcc. 10, 1971 Cambodians Entrench Near Lon PHNOM PENH, i (Apt Cambodian troops dtu: in around a vital transmitter near the suburban villa of Premier Thursday while r.S, and South Vietnamese aircraft tried to drive back the enemy in an an wot of Phn Penh. Refugees on foot, in oxcarts'the strong man premier and motor vehicles fled toward Vietnamese and the capital from beleaguered villages on the outskirts, So-. a r- ts a Phnom Penh tor weeks I hill position 14 miles apparently do not intend to of ihe heart oi vade the capital. Phnom Penh and ground troops However, bridges and roads assaulted a government around the capital have boon 12 miles southwest of tlie mined.
said Viet marauded eks in-' On mm Hi mm I ABLE I I MOVING-STO RAGE AoMt (or United Van Lmes -mm city. The Cambodians retook Kleah Sunday village 10 miles tu the south after the onemy oc- upied it for a day. but the village was leveled in the process. Li. Col.
Non Non, commander njfjrant forces and brother BEGIN YOUR CHRISTMAS CHECKLIST FAMOUS BRAND LIST SLACKS lEANS PRICE FLARES WORK CLOTHES MEN'S JUMPSUITS FROM 650 NO IRON COVERALLS J95 MEN'S BOOTS 1095-2695 NYLON UNDERWEAR.98 PKG. 3 PR. WORK SOCKS .79 DOUBLE KNIT SLACKS 00 INSULATED COVERALLS NO IRON WORK JACKETS BOYS' SPORT SHIRTS LADIES' SWEATERS BOYS' COATS 1695 405 1 89 J95 jj95 FROM 8a5 FROM 505 Atxmt 85 miles to the north-! im a South Vietnamese campaign designed in part to draw back enemy forces from other parts Cambodia encountered its first action since it began Nov. 22. Associated Press spond-; ent Huynh Minh Trinh reported from the front that South Viet- a and tanks, aided by helicopters, battled troops of, North Vietnam's 7th Division on ednesday and Thursday miles inside Cambodia.
Fight-' huiiied on other Indochina battlefields, but. just south of a the demilitarized zone dividing A the two Vietnams enemy eun- ners the iirst shelling a attack in several weeks on the utj-Nts Fuller and A1- i.a 1 The Saigon command -aul 50 rocket and mortar rounds hit the two bases, caus- no casualties. In the air war, S. warplanes and helicopters flew more than ti-Vi missions across blanketing wide areas of Laos and Cambodia bombs rockets and na- A palm in an effort to choke of movement of North Vietnamese and Jj rU in disengagement from action was reflected in 2 ihe Command's weekly summary. our Americans were killed 2 Uid live wounded in combat in the week ending last day second lowest since the a started keeping m-ords nearly seven ars ago.
It the mnth consw-utive' of fewer than 10 reported battle deaths. Eleven Anuvicans were re- dead from nonhostile A a ing A U. S. Cancels Session Of Paris Peace Talks By MICHAEL GOLDSMITH Associated Press Writer PARIS (API The United States has called off next Vietnam peace talks to give the Communist delegations time to develop a constructive U.S. Ambassador William J.
prepared to hold another futile plenary meeting. He proposed that the 139th session meet Dec. 23. At the same time. Porter renewed his proposal for restricted meetings of the four delegations, and said he is willing to come to such a meeting WARD Porter told the 138th weekly any time, day or session Thursday he was not North Xuan Thuy and the Viet Dinh Ba Thi denounced move as of the talks and insisted that the next plenary session lie held next Thursday.
The argument took up most of the session. For the first time in the three-year-old talkst the session ended without agreement on the date of the next meeting. The date is to he Journalist Bill Sartor Dies at Home journal- TEXAS CITRUS PROMOTERS DISPLAY THEIR Carolyn Crews, Miss TexaSweet, Vashti Meriage, Home Economist MMO EMIT TODAY Texas Products To Be Given Boost in Waco TAP Program Sweet, she months of the A A A fi MANY OTHER DISCOUNTS AT CLOTHES LINE Hur-ici FACTORY OUTLET 1,01 ISK WALDROP had plenty of rain, so our staff riter sy has really Texas citrus this year is bet- Demonstrations of the ter than over. nets will be conducted 20 major cities all That's the word from two and Saturday at Waco Piggly- Midwest, as far north a pretty young Texans who are in Wiggly food stores. Baylor Uni-neapolis, Minn.
She travels Waco to proclaim the virtues of versify home economics stu- alone, except, when in an area grapefruit and oranges grown dents will tell housewives how to served by TAP economists, in the state. select and prepare citrus and Miss Crews i.s a graduate of Their visit connection explain its nutritional values. Sam Houston State College, with kiekoff of a Texas citrus Miss Crews and Miss Meriage Miss Meriage, a graduate of motion. trained the local women for the Southwest Texas State Universi- Carolyn Crews of McAllen, ty, has been with the depart' Miss TexaSweet," and Vashti The current and continuing ment two and one-half years. Funeral services for list Bill Sartor, 32, of 3207 Dut-, ton, whose body was found at set through liaison officers.
his home about 7 a.m. Thurs-: Peter's move came after; day, will be at 1 p.m. had 8 the U.S. am- at Connally chapel. proposal to allow -p.
-r- American prisoners in North D-K Ambulance took Sartor 1 body to HiUcrcst Hospital wl.ore an autopsy ordered by hy.letl0,'s rolaycd of the Peace Joe Johnson mmKm performed. credited in Hanoi. preliminary autopsv Tho Communist delegations justify his death or- also ignored renewed Johnson said. for restricted ditLonal tests will be made in 'vould 150 Rlvcn -John Bennett Photo he said. ded news coverage and thus Graveside services for Sartor cut dowi 00 wliat tho s- side WAKH will be held at 2:30 p.m.
to 1x4 propaganda day at Ft. Parker Cemetery speeches. near Groesbeck with the Rev. Under rules of procedure es- Charles McAfee officiating. tablished when the talks started He was a journalist and in 1969, any delegation can call worked on Life and Look maga- off a meeting, but both sides, zines.
He was also a staff writ- must agree to hold one. er for the Birmingham, Ala. ----------News. He was a member of the Teeil III Episcopal Church and lived in jwaco for 20 years. He was born III 1 WO-(JilF CaOlilSlOIl Sept.
28, 19.16 at Groesbeck. Vicki Lehde, 13, daughter of He is survived by two daugh- Weldon Lehde of 4708 Ann, was Sr ters, Keley Elizabeth Sartor and injured in a two-car collision in I Susan Brodie Sartor, both the 1000 block of Dartmouth i spur; his parents, Mr. and about 3:43 m. Thursday. i 1( 1 Grady Sartor of 3207 She was taken to Providence uU1 and his paternal by A-l Ambulance Mr, and Mrs.
W. C. Sartor of where she was treated and re- Mexia. (juali- SCRAM-LETS ANSWERS TnidTcc Drone Exude Gimlet A iour-letter word jyou hear much any more HAM.LI I Appear I Me ment a 40C N. 5th 754-2251 rs broke into Snappy at Ktl North Nine- of tin Wednesday niidrt and Tl approximately in the quality from a cash register Crews said of Houston, home econ- citrus promotion is a pro- with the Texas Depart- of Texas Agricultural of Agriculture, are coor- Prcxlucts (TAP 1 inaugurated in Ig their effort- on behalf November 1968.
by Ccwrmis- industry. John C. While, TAP is a vj year stressing year-round market development of our fruit Miss and promotional program de- ned to stilmulate the aware- WACO JAYCEES our It was really good AND vear. But this vear, we've ucts Diamonds. The gift of love that lasts a lifetime.
We an com 1 value tha deration love When the rarv deserves first a when you ur serious In act, the pr i from is the finest nge. Vour moi full if yo diamond valu within 0 da md i find 4-Prong Solitaire $275 20 Diamond Pendant $275 ZALES JIWILIKS My, huw you've changed Diamond Swirl bet $845 frS: Diamond Pierced lirrmgs, Pair HDijmondDuo, lat Ring $75 Solitaire Trio Set $225 11 Diamond Sw irl Set $45U PhnnerKmg $125 Man's Diamond King $150 Solitaire $4 0U rce Wrap. I avaway now for hrislnus Or, charge it. y.xW ustom Charp, Texas agricultural protl- Muss Meriage said. TAP commodity groups, such jj as TexaSweet, which is a trade- mark of the Texas Valley Citrus Committee, provide funds for kiekoff promotions such as the one now under way here That's where the joint by Miss Crews and Miss Meriage comes in.
idea behind TAP is to boost the economy of said Miss Meriage. "Why buy California grapefruit when we have the best in Texas? Only Texas has the Ruby Red grapefruit. discovered in Me Aden in 18 99. Texas grapefruit is sweeter by nature, because the fruit is lower in acid content in relation to sugar content Also, she said. is high in itamin which we need in our diets every- day because the vitamin is not stored in the body." Miss Meriage said TAP has been highly successful done wonders in the.se three she said.
grape- fruii has really caught on not only in Texas, but nationally and She said Texas grapefruit now is exerted to England Asia and Japan. This is Miss third year as Miss TexaSweet. In her job, a staff position with Texa- IIOHMOWX WACO imitr von to look for JAYCEE MYSTERY SHOPPER Watch For Daily Clues to the Shopper's Identity. If You Are First to Correctly Identify The Shopper, You'll Win Up PRIZES 'RETAIL VALUE Donated By The Following: Kitten Mrs, Tom York of 1606 Mitchell (752-0135) has a gray and white kitten to give away STORE Diana Shops Olmstead-Kirk Paper Co. GIFT Rhealee Hat Shop i25 Mercftond.s* SI JA zAjfs je owe 1 Your Credit Katins Asked May we greet you with the GREEN and GOLD Gift Certificate Book5 "ALL FREE" The GREEN and GOLD book is filled with cer.
tificates and invitations from the finer merchants, one of which RADIO CENTER WACO WELCOME SERVICE Since Homo Owned and Operated MO 2 0481 1.3 I fi Morris Jewelers i fe I Set of Scottiti Facial Tmuet STORE Kcton's Bake Shop GIFT iS Decorotrd Golditcin-Migel Co. mu Ritex Hardware Furniture R. E. Cox Co. Monnig's Cinderella Grayson's Hub Clothiers J.
C. Penney Factory Outlet Shoes The Booterie $14 58 Precttr Btendfr Gift 41 Pe Milmoc Set SIS tJ Arrow Shirt 50 Cryito! Punch Set. ladti, tthnr baM. 12 cupi 0 8 Handbaa 23 Red Hicks Rubber Co. Radio City Western Auto Store Zalc Jewelry Goodyear Service Store Armstrong's Tom Padgitt, Inc.
Levine's McCrory's Sit RCA AV Rod 140 AM FM $21 75 A Dry Iron $14 Block Decktr In Drill $10 Monty CHo Cornera $10 Eloctric Blanket $10 Merchandise Lewis Shoe Stores Hamilton Furniture Lone Star Gas Co. Waco Theotre $40 Cas tomo (Un-inslaHed) $14 Guesi Tickets A A ii A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A 1 A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A The Jaycee Mystery Shopper shops each day in Downtown Waco. In order to win these you must be first to ask the Shopper, "Are you the Joycee Mystery Shopper?" and at the some time present a sales slip for a purchase made that date in a Downtown Waco Store. Identity clues are published doily to help you find the Joycee Mystery Shopper, A tj X. jr.
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