The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on November 24, 1971 · Page 14
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?-: >-S TUB bRAZOSPOKT PACTS, Ffeepftrt, Texas, Wednesday, November 24, i»Jl, P«g«»» news visuals STRANGE DOINGS In staid St. Peter's Square, but no surprise to Pope Pan VI who observed the performance ot Snmoan dancers from the window of his \atlcan apartment, upper right. The visiting troupe. In traditional costume, also attended mass and wus personally received by the Pontiff. NOSE FOR NEWS, you might call this encounter at the El Paso. Tex., zoo. Or better at least from one participant's viewpoint, nosy newsman. TV-man Jim llems- worlh got the story straight from the donkey's mouth during an auction of surplus animals. The donkey went for S5, and threw in two-cents worth of personal opinion on the whole deal. (Photo by Brad Coope . El Paso Herald-Post) TWO VERSION'S of a new fighter proposed for the Air Force bristle with bomb*, but all conventional. Conceived as an attack plane operating from forward airstrips to support ground forces in nonnucleur combat, the twin-jet could carry a bomb load of 16.000 pounds. Prototypes are being built for a flight test in mid-1972 between designs of Northrop, above,'und Falrchild, below. Srvice ballad aud COMETH Jo Cwdovtt, Alaska, every year . Celebrated to a to GttW of , , . of a local joke In Alaska over » i a c e the «i«Ute «/ ie fojr ttw animal It;ei»o/ffl F**Uya4li» the ika. TaWog a Up | f o W (be terwtow 4rajojw wiUi KMJir Sew Vw, l& toewwia iteodf upsa Uw fosi- ItUO.M.S WITH \-IEWS urc en|»>e»( h> reildrnH ul 14 Hong Kunu uparlmenl rumplev studded v»itli Juttlnj; balconies. Hut the \\c\\ \\ nmstlv uf ulhrr rwniM «ilti N lews. DKM UlltKI) «» a can*er> vutlve'i conservative when II conic* fti Ihr law and cun*tlttilluiial interpretation, Supreme- Court notiil- nrr William ltehnt{ui»l ihtiw* tljjiM of a more, lib' eral ultitudr luuttrd fiir- mil fathlun*. decent phuto' *how» the Supreme Court luiiiilnck- sporting euulluut ly long »(debtlrn* FAMILY GllOt'P catching a plane at Home. Italy, ton . »iil* of Mklwel Wilding Jr., hit *Mr, ll^lb, anti Ihr *" Inlaal granddaughter of KlhatM-lh Tatter, thr'i wnr on tb«? MB) la a tUif with the aelre»». MIWI»i"« m<H»r« working with htubarut HUrhartl llurlon on a iw« film tllK MM>I» KVUTtl ot Itrarl rrCTitr* Ibr IHanitol lowbe. at jlrjwft Iftxn Ihr Sml<-t I nloa't (iroffUn HrpubUr, arUul. j( Irkik *< ! IIANOS OFF! »i)uid win lo h<- IHr idea tvi-tr Or on the other hand c«uld it br Ihr higsr^l hund out in thr world? In an> i-s>c, Die ba.»r of ihi.t l»il »( Ili-Uinki pjfk art proved J hamly plact' fur twi> l-'intiUh wurkmrn U haic lunch In the News Through the Eyes of the Camera HIT WILL IT KVr.H FLY' Uth^l-loaUnj alrrrall It a m«Vup. UfCfh ol » uf |hr rnnlruvrr«lal I! I, (Hup-nrd new baml>rr Ihr Air Far«<- Mrtt |» dr\rtap Ji-(rn»«' iT).iint(a> rrplarlng thr ILM. The uio<-kup Mill h*- u«?tl in rnjIiM-ritlnr Inj lor ci>n*lriirlii>n h> North Vmrrtrsn Il-Kk,»rll t orp »{ thrrr pri>4«<>(M' pu umlrr J SI, I billion roalrurl, for Ditbl l-nllac DfipunrnU ici-lt lo blwrk Ihr bomhrr «» jlrrad> obtalrtr In thr rra ol mlttilri HOY from Peking, t'hlao Kuan-huu, chief of Couimuniit China's United Nations delegation, often appear* l« br enjoj- ing a great joke In public appearances, (tut i in i I e s Mere feu during hli Introductory L'.N. address, laying down a bard line that drew a reproof of "intemperate" from I'.S. .Ambassador (ieorge Hush. *<** "f of th*» OT inc li>r * "" "rcrratln* thr wagon lr»ini ( nat brouj-ht thrir forebfar* Hr»t, *on and daughter* uf Muntanu plunccrs make u Irck (rum /ortrnun t» ,)!ii)U in the •>l,il«-\ niirllu-rii high plains lo recall tirli'll) the hardihip and companiun»hlp ol Ihr old da)$. A perennial problem — what to du when it rains on the prairie suhcd In tin- oldliini- ua>, b«rlow. A lire and all outdoors at a dr>cr. TOUGH DECISIONS (ace Judge George II. Holdt as J'ba*e IJ ot the ad«il«lstra- HOIJ'K post-freeze economic program gets uadcr way. fieldl U chairman o/ the PWJsMenVl Pai Board, tfblch rule* oa wage to- crea*ei and to *«t an aju- oual rate o/ 5.5 per ceo} 'at (he naUonal *t»ndard. CALM und collected, Foreign Sn-rrlur> Sir Alec llou glus-llomr. in NeH York for the L'.N. lieiicral Assembly, keep* a lime- honored ItrllUh cool despite pretiuret of the Chi-., nc$c rrpresentatlon debal<4 and conlro\er») over Hrl- tain's ousting of Soviet spies.

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