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WHAT to read (INK MOHK (rouble U added lo all thaw DIP Kownment It Mill) See a Tt-nfln 1,4*1 In t<tt»» an I'ttge 5 The family daily paper of Brazoria County THE BRAZOSPORT FACTS jj_ur Mth Year No. I'rm Member Wednesday, November 21, 1971 Frccport. Texas Dally 10 Cent* A I'IMtTMAN ol llm»i<wi fur Iclli/ig hit wife about the type of rrwga/i<«p he delivrml to outlet) »u|*mileiwJeiit nl 'rtKr 1$ Counfy presents S 8.8 M budget A -MAI' County'* nf* voting u «t l'»K«* i t «| t.\ST Mt.HT *a* a Ing ' ' >( right fur »iva hitch M'wn4 ; S UltXttbil! al-tlKl .Snr |hr an analysts o! .\rt«>i*k» utslltn l<> t-uvh ((jUtll 1X1 I'ut'r ', the .1 g '{ I 1 1 tX » .hM»»t» -^tM t H i U t » V Sky ondSeo / riHirl lud«) rrror4 111 M Hrmoda CMJII|) budgr-l dr«iilir a Dltlrltl Court rrUrtlnltiK ordrr nlwrd at (jinking budget djiprutjl I'rrrlnfl < Comrnlttiont-r Jw fir Igniter *aid. "I Atm'{ think llir Injuiirlit/n U tilld and I'll frpr.-».-n| M j prrdntl flout Uir fifth door «l Ihr ('mint; CutirttiMtti' II nr«~»4r<i " tlir Count) J*lf ft mi ttir llooi rrfrinil lu. (>>r r<-xr lining urdr> »»i approved Mand*} tij Outfit I Jnd|{r Thorn** Mov»l| allrr a mil »ai lltrd l>> I'rtf) Mi.St-lll. J I 1 . llt>«B and hit »|tr, Ili-m Itfjaa, «nd At* Taft-Hartley Act likely in dock strike NoUt fair waurl tlnrr Hrlifanre «»ld thai ran onl) be dwlr during a ff|{ul«r *r-«»lon of (iiriiirii»»lutirr« Cuurl.TiKtiy't public lirarlnK on Ihr Ijud^H Mat a tprtUI trttftm. Ill Inane r >a|d. howmrr, I 11,0} fount) ralr will Iw fur-null) adopted r»rlj In Urfrmlwr. ttir prrtl»u< total (ount)Wtrfr lax ralr «iat II W prr I loo \jlujllon ll> JIM HAK.NKTT 'miiKvrs (.'ourl U pfPktfiimg a M * million profjoMid Inxljjel (a Ow { Hra«»ria County ttxlay ~ a »(x-t«lin(! ar^i a s.:-t'.S<- «jfts-fV v-xjj ;i £ OCA? *•> pj.s*«> ijituuj) ;<; ,»„--.-. i-.-.jfj ll'^h !»t.!Ui mr! ti'.»s X & '*<» '\'f^t f«<a W It.gii * g j. m «•--•« '!. vt » JTJ ; ;!!• % • '' J) J!: l-.if. V!~*:a '. :•! i .o, ^ ii «S: V '!•: i: it: •'• ! Hot Line ttj A !)•*" Tail s !»-j='.«J «^ u|i to 5>? <1 jv» Ifi <.»i!«/brf to its i U'jr<V.t. i,»«jV<fi Sari The 'i'.,;!h Att«n! iK-jf'Js f'ij If.i lirirtr«i Ti!'. UjfO f/rr l'<rsidtr.T ! is I • n« ii<ir 8 ns> MU-:.:^ !.•!•*. t. :>• ./.w! .••r.:s hr s>.-.[ r <-r: {<•;..-- jit di> Jeen and Heard Allwrr f i I«IVI lit s|| M»iti|i\ Jt ci V! -Jiir -,' ric^K 1 * --^ Mrs fl I* IM.IH IIS •( !!-i::cii i;j fnii.nir*! b> I'lf i-,-J«- 1,( MlfllUtll SHiiS !^«.w fr.r ii )'U" i 1 .: « .'..-.ir H <*;, id (*«,;" (>» i.»>4 '*" Listening I \WHIM I MAUOY THt.M .*^« w^fr \\S 4r».l ic-^ rr. vti.'l:!lf r. «•-.'; ' v f.'-.(yi if^ 'a 'A 4ih-:r r .-^U'f, tM' *r'.K;nJ ff-w Mrri i \SS ft \l I Mill ,',n;,:h'fT .^ |HI«. 4r«) S|\H\ >|l\S H\H Mill ).-«T,«T t\ii,-,r. (».f !< r; :•..,-* ir.;- :j ; A l ^nc*'*-^f.'r. \ J .irjij j ttuwirn! 4t I'fui .-< Trv»» Al Vsidri (ir.tih:n£ up •;'.!• tlai- !!itii:-,(ji ^,f»! ir. (.irr !" 4t!rT»t thr mArT^^f irrvJT % -i^H c^ hr-f )rsrr..S t > SJIII\ tUllVKTT .r. laic J^- t»»! XjtuffUj Mrf .[-id biiMWii liight hjtt »!i <Wf in Aujiift (u <«ii(oft f»rr during hrf ilh-^n tKINN \ ( |IHt»> Itlll^. djuilvirr d Mr ,irwl Mrs J|\t 041)11 .Alt U Wf-«! (VJijif.lvsii In IJP ^dntitl«1 in HrtTn^nn llrepildl Tluniujluii-.^ U.iv »t>rrr »hr will umtrr£o c» Search for lost seaman continues -r. (hr !«. up i he |MINN\ |«d Mirgrr> ««', th<- «jmc r.ir in Juitr .it HI" » c r^^t v^ Ux* T rw Ilr,i;<« a »t«m rf s til llw liulf cncy Kr»cur S mailing '-(»• te»(he% tlie m->i!|i i>4 the New Jti»rf aixl (la- Sar, t Hurr in an Hlun to k »MI«' James I aiiirt' .1 iti-* mrnitvt un Ihe ill f.-,ir«| »hrimp t«ul i,..»l Will A ( HVHNKIT Jr jml ifr, >ll MtttS. a.-til rt.iiif(hlrr. CAIKII. 4ll i>4 S J . ll*< ^»r»lii \ C IIMtSKIT Sr iif Mr and Mr* JKIlltV I'V.SUKKK JIH) (ainilj nf DanlHirv. h»nu' from a MV month i-tay m Virginia On llinr return Hip Uie> tmnivl Ihr Carolina!,, tlvurgla. Alabama. Missouri and ''Louisiana EARLIER NEWS DEADLINES £ u ,-i half holiday lor Kacl» em ploy ecu and Ihrrcforr advertising and new* (leadline will IK- earlier Kut new*. >p«rl« deadline!' al 7 a in ami page one at 8 30 a in ivtv u'^rT ifcw t;.r'<,.lrrs •AlVii f^> vijit *,i*^*t iar; NwinJ ilunnj; h>K>\ u.r-.is .irxl I%fi>i4 \fc,i\«' vwrJU *«'• >!v-.tj) r.i(hl ;mt li»'<i..>ir thf '.1.1 & let t':>iir '.i|t .u».'l uiii WfrrK.itr from !lx- t«vit is ^iri"*;) >ivrr at>»*j" A fix- nit}*.in-a c-f (Iw Ix-.u'h .« !U-.urc Vjiijii inrinlvr dJn! i T.l) !l:c («».> 4t*j Ihr m»i*t <rf !hr Ixul rc'tMin in Ihr water Hjr two t.)tlw^( irrw iv.t ni !MTV I'.ijiljin Jtif.nn duff .nvl lxi>4lM-r T»inmj (,..(( m.uii- it Mfrh to MI«IC 1)> ti(ilii-,r.^ mi In .1 cuvMit^ Iwirrcl fur in.in- ilvm thri-v hn;i-s The emergence Mjuad »f«rk»^ al! a! Tut-Mtiy ••ear i hum (or the mivMii).' man and rvturnnl (hi-, inonunj; t.i ivu-«- ax.nn U'jim the gnm U>k »f fiiniliiii(t HIP heai-hc!. and nvrr itri'a.s tut llw nii>Mii(,' man An I'lnrrtft'liry »<|uad memtx'r saul I ho K riH il' plaivs to si-arch (he Ix-ai'li areas on (iwt and alvu to search tin- river urc.il> bv Uxil plan (hat fund* *alary increases for em- ployw* and another incrcaw; in the traditionally wealthy Koad and liridge Fund. Also contained in the Handing proponal i» the plan to decrease the county's total lax rait and the raU^t apjjlle<l by other governmental Ixxliirs that ba»c their laxe* on the county property valuations. The n<r* d(x.-ument compares the propfj*ed 18 8 million figure with an fstimatwJ budge! for Unt year of Pi 4 million However, Ia»l ypjr's (mtial budget rjoc-urnent called (or a total expenditure of 17.1 million The apparent difference is related to a budget amcndmenl which look into consideration funds which Brazoria County anticipated collecting during this October, November, and December from early tax collections. However, no fund* have b«cn taken in since no tax roll and the accompanying tax statements have not been prepared due to delay* in the county's revaluation program ('omrnissinner< Court is considering a drop in the county's long-standing tax rale of 95 'Continuedon t'agf? 161 MlltlSTMAS I)K( DHATION.S .ttui Pakistan calls reserves up 11} ASVM'IATKDt'KKS.S I'aku (<i.'i cafkfJ v/rnc o( :Li mililan r«<-rvi.-)> to active duty lixl'iy. as 1'nrm- .'idnutrr Indira (iandh! of It.du Jjf+.vif; \'Jew .-p. ..,.-) I'.-iii! IM-J..-I f; -n-.f. !:r. IJ Jj;. <•»• HtMi!rr, MdHI.IJ \S|) AT\TK 5.' BRIEFS M U DK1.III r r. '. C n rn m 1 1 1 «••_• wiztf! larger parti of fCas'. fakislari jtrf inflicted h'-av\ c.i«ualin-i <tn the I'.iknuni .inns lUiiiio 1'akiM.tr, ','ii'J al! rt-s<T',<- oflicer-s and oflicers <iri Icsve tx-fi.«r<' ri'liriTiH-nt •*<Tf 1/i-inK a\kt<l to report for 'iu!> it!-,riii-<)i.iU-iy Th<- t.-rrtidca.st v;n'J vorr.i- <-rJihU-<J ::;••!! also -*i.-r>- jff<xti-d, IAI! ii<.!«i!l- '*ffc ;;<i'. gi'.cr. India ):j(l j partial rri"i.»!i7 j'.i^r, »f tl.s ri-"r\t-- :n fn;iJ <>c l.'iU-r Mrn (.arxlti: tiJd thv In J;jr>I';,r!i.»m<-.'i! !.'j;d f.-v frnJian tr»."ps -*rri- (iclitin<; IP.M<JC ^•iM !'.ii.ii(.i.-i t«t «hc did a ck n <> •* I' -<lj;r Mia! indian trciyjii (-f^er*"^ !he pfx> f , ime after :i Urj. tiat'.ii- rx-ar Uw i.«>rd<-r '.41 .Suwla> Six vjid !i«- !';iV.istjr.! it, fanlry. suf^x/rtt-d by tanks and artillery, launched an offensive on the Mukti Hahini the Kn>'. Pakistan Liberation Army who she s^id had litKToted an arcs around Ikivra, dse mi!<-"> from India's Ixwrk-r "Caki-sUni armor, under heavy anilk-r;, t'v, er. ad•. anced to '.>ur border threatening our defensive |vr.itior;s she •rud •-fli-.-ir sSelU fell ,r, our territory. -Aoumiin;; a :.i;:ntxfr fjf our men "Tbf local Indian military commander took appropriate action li." repulx.- the f'aki>!.Tni a!Urk In '.his action 13 I'.iki»!an: ''hafee (.inks v*erc d<ritro)fj TT« Ikiyrrj are.i a(x>u! -15 miles wjrtin.'.ai 1 , of Calcutta. U.-rderi the Jeisort d^itnct of Ka,t I'akislar, where tin: Pakistan government an- rK«jnc'-d r^r, MorxU) that 130 Indian 'Aere kili';<l and an i—.timatevl 'M'l '*o-!ndcd in fighting that involved Unks. Ktiyra is also across the rxjrdfr from the area where Iwlia claims it shot down three Pakistani KM Sabre JcU on Mor/lay Pakistan said it lost t'*o Sabres but insisted the hattle with 'idian Gnat fighters took place over East Pakistan, not over India as claimed hy Nc"* [Jelhi. T'n<; Pakistanis claimed two Indian jets downed. Mrs. Gandhi called the air fwltle a "purely local action " I'akLvtan daims that hordes of Indian trrxips have crossed mlo Mast Pakistan in support of the Mukti (iahmi, "This is 'Ahoily untrue." Mrs Gandhi said "In fact, it -*as Pakistan which threatened total war and moved its entire armed strength into operational positions on >xir borders and bunctx-d a mauive hate— Irnlia campaign with slogans, 'Crush India conquer Irwlis ". 7V« (l/iu?>h arid (J J!.- f/X- ft-tM*?h<*r, lo [tf rwrf \ "f Ihr a i-incr.'. "» ill Senate passes trimmed defense spending bill TK/ ?•-• macit- prjtihi; r ant.-.' tfjcy ;ir>- announced '." the l-;;'.c«J'-^ur, and i j .nti5h ji.if ii.itv.ents Thursday af K'fn rjorv.i- !;.-:r r.uri.«jir arc! !*>irf .? Si !.:;!;,,-. »[*-rKJir:t: '»• <.f. r:.;; ',, r> ir.'.r illume «• (-(Itvt (.! J. lh" 1JV«; ::;:;.:.•:, • ut fri-in thi- t:il! t.;, thr vii.ite A|> ITii K bilisor. n.i.isurr vnit \o UK- Hi»UM- iN 5.' "• talln"n tx'lcr* I Mil U S \THISS N V •..i.d llul there *a> >[»-vii!at!c«i tJu'. !!«) pruudv l^r i r.ntmuadu!". o! whltr (iv'i'ro! and advarx<-n^rT:t of !!••• lilai k ma)iT;ty !'.'»ard T \\ MSII \ietnan-, S- ,,'.!: \H-!nai;.i->e !cr< cs .nU.iriviii up the Saigon- l'tir--.:r. 1'rc.h highway !r.:i.iy and tin.jder.ed .1 parallel nOeriwr m CamlniJi.i .HJi.iri- than SK«.«J Sjigoti tr'*^r. are !n\i-*ivt-d in live two iiperatmn* supported by Si. nil; Sletname^e and American auvraft .Sv«ne of lf» lti:«i|i* have eni'"unteri<) x^iufii'.mt enem,. rrsibtanif •«. far HASMIMiTHN AP llixrkinj; mo 1 .in to bnnjj 00 (Kw t S tro>|» home Irom Kurupc and to bold a S-t tuihor; spending line un military !r.!elli(;erH-e '.'v S«.-nate luts fuvM-d a dt-S-n-.- t;:ll trirrimi-d !i-!uw pri->::i>-:;tial m)U«-»t.s Hut trw iii-t dollar effect of Tuesday s \otinj( was to restfiri' ,it*«.jt ihrvr-<)uarlers of !!*• 5-Hij millic.n cut from the bill by the St-nate Ap prupriatiorii Committee, bnn^'.n^ ihr total new >j.«.'n ilmj; authority for the Pen \.tf.>-fi to S7<> 8 inllion The total ib S.' 7 tullum U-low the ad ministration s requi 1 *! TV- s. 1 i vote by which tin- measure finally was pa»t-d and vent tn coufi-rence with the House did not rcfli-cl the IxMli-d lli*'f di-ti.ites over I' S Kuropfan ln»p deployment and intelligence spending it will |-l.i> ,n future I' N (iivjrm.fmrfi! l.i Ik* Ainb.ii^a.ior HII.HIJ; Hu.i w,»> M lie\HiK-d '.u .uii,)ri-« the <it'fit'fal A^waU'K .1% it ap pruai hoi tin- ei«l i'f ilv delate i»n a S.sict j/f.^jfcr-.tl fur a wuf 111 i null 1 i-r-. e ill- \tvii n^-ir.ii-'V ^j s\Ji>pifi]u i nt llw aork i>! the .'it iiatmn Offices to close Tin 1 twi.- |lr.i;<t>|»M Ik-pi (< Pul'-hi; ^»i!ety ;irr. *f& luvn- MHJ; n!t!n-> «i!l U' cKiMX-l d* Tlia.'ik>i;is in>; ami the odiee .it Uuk > Pl.inlalton CtiiiiT rtill leiiiair. iKiheJ KII Kriiiiy llio I'm-jhift olliie «ill In- HX'ii v>u Kndiy however SH/P, VWDLCAT BANDS RATE AS DIVISION I IH-spite unfaxuraUe element). t\unds froin Ujtli Hranisp.irt High Sthiml and Angltton Ifish Schnol traveled lo Ah m Monday aftenmai fur the Kegion !7 marching i\iiiti"-t And loth the Kxpurtti liaml and Wildcat Band retunuii !*niie with the higl«->! soue they could nchie-.e a Divtiion I i.itmg. which ilfMgnato a Mip«.'rior performance IViit e wei-o Ai high >diii.| and junior high school bands in the con.|ietuion Knur were AAAA seven were AAA. four were AA and there wile thnv Us and two C.s Tin- eisi!!e>t y,,; 5 heU! 1:1 i-,,-:-,;!i!io!-,.-. e,f >lrunj; winds, ix: «.iMon.il r.un and tcmixTuiures. in tlw 4fe but per |..| manci's vure tirisk Tlie Kxpuiter band under the direction of James Atkins marched 143 students varying frunipa.st ruilitune rouniif.s by executing a military Myle Hie Wildc.it Hand is under the direction of IXm Hnid secrecy Tl>e Senate d:d avoid a pulonltall) bruising debate when an exptcti-d move to bring another \'ietnam withdrawal move to a •.otefaik-d lo materialize ' >ni v once in a long series of voti:-s .>n amendmenli did the Senate chc».i>e to go against the r\pn-s> wishes of the I're •..'dent, administration officials and military leaders Tlifii i>n an K-U roll call it a..ki<-\i to the bill an amendment dy Sen Henry Jackson. I>Sv.i>h earmarking $5lKj miltii'ii in credit to help hrael liiy I'lunlum Jets and other anii> The Si-ante later voted. 54 to ts !p remove from the bill a proposal drafted by IK'mocralic Leader Mike Mansfield which would have placed a 250.000 coiling on the numU-r of tn*..ps stationed piTtnam-nlly in Kurope and brought about 60,000 men home T?ut vote came after an apfv.il i rum Nixon who said a unilateral cut would, "with I.XH- stroke, diminish Western military capability in Kurupc and signal lo friend and adversary alike a disarray and weakness of purpose in the American government " Sen Stuart Symington, I) Mo . w ho said the American economy can no longer stand the financial strains it has boen bearing abroad since the end ol World War U. pleaded the case for increased domestic spending and said: "There are those in this body who can hear the furthest drum before thev can hear the cry of a single hungry child " Symington and Sen J. W, Kulbngnt triggered another stormy debate in trying to convince the Si'rute to clamp a $4 billion spending limit on I/K' nation's intelligence ac- tiv Hies They lost by a 3&-31 vote Youth Home residents going to symphony Some IT young people whose home address is Brazoria County Youth Homes Inc., Oyster Creek. Texas - will be seeing and hearing a symphony irchc-stra probably for UK- first time in their lives on Dv-c 7 That is the date the Houston Symphony Orchestra will present a concert at 8 15 p m. in Braiosport High School Auditorium at Kreeport. D V Collins, president of First Freeport .National Bank will tx 1 host to the group. He is presenting tickets to every young person at the Youth Home and to the adult staff members His particular interest. Collins said, is thai he is also a member of the Youth Home's Hoard of Directors. The Houston Symphony is being brought to the area by the Braiosport Fine Arts Council Dr A. Clyde Roller will be conductor Tickets are available to the public at business locations. Study shows new campus nearly outgrown SHOPPING DAYS TO CHRISTMAS READ OUR ADS IH lUIIIKUTADANSIIV The more than 2,300 Mudentk enrolled al Uraiosport College arc already pulling the clakirooms on the new caiiipu.. m use over 80 pi-rrcnt of the tune Tins fad is causing the Board of Uegents to think seriously about the need for more room, mice indications are (hat enrollment will continue lo edge upward Al Ihe same lime, a good portion of this Monday's lU-genls meeting was taken up reviewing Ihe thm> major problems thai the contractor is Mill responsible for solving in the new facility And the Heyenls wort* also asked lo consider u number of project* Uwi Or J H Jackson, college president, thinks might be undertaken with funds on hand Some of these im |irovemeiils would mean that ilungs that had Urn cut from llh? original contract for the new building would now be Others of the president's suggestions an- the result of problems or needs thai have arisen since the new campus has been put into use. The repori of the room utilization study made by IH-an of Students Ur W. G Mi-Alexander resulted in Ur Jackson's suggesting that wlit-H Uie full 1972 enrollmetil is known, "a very close look" should be given to »p.ice needs The new campus was built to serve l.iuo full-time student equivalents. The present 2,300 eivroUment includes 1,601 in n-edit courses and ON in non- credit classes This adds up lo 1.U17 full-time equivalents. Al present, the report showed, lecture type classrooms are being used to more than 80 percent of capacity Or, Jackson's comment was that whenever the percvntage reaches 75 percent, it can just about be considered full-time use is being recanted. In his study, Or. McAlexunder charted use ol rooms based on 12 periods: five for MWK; three for TTh. and one period per night. Monday through Thursday Dr. McAlexander said thai it has been proven to be almost impossible to have a class materialize if scheduled after 1 or 1:30 p.m. any day of Ihe *e*k. This is partially due. be said, to the fact that some 63 percent of Uw day students at Braiusport College work al least four hours per day. He further reported that night classroom usage is becoming critical These continuing education classes reach their peak demands in October and again in February. Since the r ebruary demand has always been larger Uwtn in the fall. Dr. McAle«uxlw pM ^

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