The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on December 1, 1971 · Page 8
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 8

Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, December 1, 1971
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TuM.Wtte^^lDMtaWrt.mi.iMttai.W^I, -ft.' STOCKHOLDER-IT)* mwt unuiual (Mrtidpwi in IhU year's Braiosport Junior Achievement progrtrrt, a eat named Raffles II, looks over a sample of hi* company's > product. Raffles tl, a friend of one of the members of the Labanco Company, became a registered stockholder in the company by special consent of the members, to help advertise the product, a Christmas card caddy. As a * company representative pointed out, "It is accepted , business practice to use noteworthy stockholders at times to promote a new product. Raffles II is noteworthy as probably the first and only stockholder of his kind in Junior Achievement." The "Card Caddys" are now being sold by members of Labanco Company. Economic Stabilization This column of questions trols? v and answers on the Economic A — Yes, such fees are' ..Stabilization Program is prices which are governed by ' 1 provided by the U. S. Internal the regulations of the price" Revenue Service an^i ls Commission dealing with published as a public service, services. They may be in- The column answers questions creased to reflect costs in most frequently asked about effect on Nov. 14, 1971, and the Economic Stabilization cost increases incurred after Program. ' Nov. 14, 1971. • Q — How can a tenant However, the increase may determine what a landlord not raise the person's profit may charge? margin as a percentage of A — A landlord must keep sales before taxes above the records and make them profit margin which prevailed available at the request of any in the base period, tenant, prospective tenant, or representative of the Price Commission (including the _ I_.,.A__ Internal Revenue Service.) GSlWSiOfl rf the units like yours during Rosen ' berg u g In the freeze base period); Galvestoo. ^—•— •-•' catmk*o«; Ann Eddingtoa* • H «• .;_^.. < jw . i: Sikes, Sweeny branch ; librarian; Ada Lee TWeroe. Lake Jackson librarian; Jo Martin, Clute librarian; and Mrs. Ruth West, Freeport, librarian. WHY BE DEAF? ACT NOW Most hearing problems , can be helped HEARING THURSDAY of EACH MONTH Be|inniflf Dw. 2, 1971 9:00 AM. to 1:00 P.M. FREE BATTERIES 6 months supply-any hearing aid FREE ELECTRONIC HEARING TEST Find out if you really have a hearing problem FREE SERVICE on all makes of hearing aids FREE CONSULTATION on all hearing aid probblenu FREE SHOWING TOTAliY PRESCRIPTION HEARING SYSTEM (YOUR DOCTORS or OUR ELECTRONIC ANALYSIS) WORN AH IN EAR RECHARGEABLE POWER CELL - AS RECOMMENED BY DfWEYCOMPTON DON? PUT UP WITH WHISTLING i ntw custom wrmold could help,1/2 PRICE DURING THIS WORKSHOP TEXAS STATE AUDIO SiUERSJURMUR 8106. 318 West Park Freeport If {W (Hi MW k to ' *»< W C vou. writf IB ikon JRWwJ W*fl(p^ ^ ^Sr ^^^^^3& Ice land Sun SARDINES HEAVY DUTY DETERGENT THE URAgogPOttT FACTS, report, Texai, Wtdntday. Deccmktf I, It?), feetim I, Page I IMISLUI tf 7 l..f s rttfvt-- • JJJ $, D, St., • 40B E Mi it. • 727 Brood St. --Angleton- BeocJiwoy Shopping Cen»r Ubby's VIENNA SAUSAGE Conf Rayetto Aqua Not HAIR SPRAY Nestlo's 13 Oz, Can JjQ c SE'MISWEET MORSELS '-? 49' DHICKEN&DUMPLINGS C-99 ( ELGIN PATTIE BLENDED OLEO 80z. 9 BIG CHIEF WHOLE LB. U.S. GOOD ROUND STEAK LB. 09 LU.GOOO SIRLOII* STEAK-1°' U,S.GOOO T-BONE!STEAK • I 49 U.S. GOOD CHUCK STEAK • 89' U.S. GOOD FRESH DRESSED CHUCKROAST-6_5'r r FRYERS RATVi OR HORMEI BACON RATH OR HORMEL SLICED LB. PKG. LEAN GROUND BEEF LB. 59* LB. WHOLE SLICED KORNLAND SLICEDf.-J/// PICNICS IB. 49- BACON LB. 59'^- HORMEL , 2 O2 KORNLAND 12 QZ LIL-SIZZLERS pia.'SS' WIENERSp<o49' Trend Liquid DETERGlHT 32 Oz. Box FLAVOR RICH TOMATO CATCHUP Nabisco VANILLA WAFERS -^ 39' Nabisco SNACK CRACKERS »-. 45 ( swift WHOLE CHICKEN 3 «£*• 99' Carnation.. , .., r ^,..., , . ..... ,., r> ,.. ^ t ,,.j; COTTAGE CHEEST ^ i: cm . 35* Pepsodent Reg. 69C Size TOOTH BRUSHES 4 "* J l°° Bama PEANUT BUTTER "o..* 59' Hunt's SKILLET DINNERS -, 79' APPLE JUICE Bake Rite SHORTENING _ *t ^ Ol. Btl. 3 35' 35' Con 69' QUAKER FLOUR — 39' MIXED NUTS Crystal Whir *• FOR DISHES Bremncr JUMBO PIES Sweetheart Liquid DETERGBtt 13 Oz. 48 Oz. Greenwood Sliced Pickled BEETS ^Cormlcks Black PEPPER Frlskics CAT FOOD Rainbo Hamburger DILL PICKLES Skinners ."^ocarooi or SPAGHETTI Gobhardts TAMALES VIVA 16 Oz. Jar 29 ? 4Oz.Can /JS* 2 15Oz. OQC Cans LJ ,\ a,. 49 ( | IE Or. Cello 25 C 3 300 Cans *\ PAPER TOWELS ASST. COLORS JUMBO ROLLS 88 C BORDEN OR CARNATI9N ( 2% MILK GAL.CTN CHRISTMAS TREKS, about 800 of them, are now ready for selection at the Lake Jackson OptfmiM-operated lot on Parking Way fn downtown Lake Jackson. Pictured here arc C J. Ccdlinfr, left, the day attendant, and Optimist Bob llanna The lot is op«i from 8 a.m. to9 p.m. daily, and the tree* range in price from *«.25 to J12. The trees arc a little higher in price thi* year, an OptimuJ points out, because of the added cost to the club. The sale will be in progress until Christmas or until the supply runs out. All money from the trees will be used for the club's youth project*. AriTlV KaC nOUl ** Me lo choose where he nilllj liad IICH wanu to »erve after that. The . . only limit on this part of the TrainirKT onrl option is that the individual naming ana mu3l chOMe a unj , or , , I geographic location in which trdVBl DrOCfr3ITl ^"ka vacancy tor his rank A "training and travel" "^ * chc * 31 '' . from which an package for enlistees *as »PP»«anliiiay choose are: (a) unwrapped recently bv the ground surveillance radar Department <A the Army, CT <- wmaf '. Europe, (b) field according to SKC James A. r '° ^tamc, Europe or Brut, local Armv recruiter. horca; ( ci tank turrenl Under this 'option, a re P alr »""'. t-urope, or (df qualifu-d three-year enlistee powt " r generator equipment *ill be able to chocs* his °J*«tor.roechanic. Europe or training from a hit of four Korea service schools and four career groups This lisl u flexible and may change as r*u fields become over or urxkrxtrength The enlistee also is guaranteed the choice of serving his first tour in Kuropc -16 months minimum > or m Korea (13 months I. The location depends on which school or career group he chooses Anyone who decides to serve in Korea under this option will JU BROCKMAN'S MC THEIB !.**£ MCK10H *SD WEST COLUMBIA HVE O»l THIS (ICHt OUT FABRICS REDUCED ....50% SEWING NOTIONS 10% BROCKMAN'S CQlUMtl* > MCX1OM [EGGS LARGE GRADE "A" With S5.00 Purchase or More AZAR SHELLED — CRYSTALIZED FRUITS p. Liberty Lemon, Orange iFRUIT CAKE MIX 49* CITRONV^S* . wi CHERRIES fl pj59* R A ^ d ,Ns' 5 39* [RED CHERRIES^ 99 ? Carnation YOGURT 2 S£: 49* Top Kick DOG FOOD 12 c- 99' Honlcy BEER B'^-c-gg* NESTLES MORSELS .*<* 59' jOKE No Rcturn Bottles 2 32 Oz. ^^ H ,.—_,-,,, *^IIWW\.k-k,/ 391 PECANS Halves or Pieces lOOz. Pkg. CARNATION MELLORINE 39 Van Camp PORK AND BEANS 6c 3 ln Rote Dale Halves 2 1/2 Can APPRICOT 29 Frozen Foods Trcesweet mn^~ — Contac Cold CAPSULES Pkg. of 10 99* i"^ * r Sweet Juicy 5 Lb. Bag BEER % ORANGES Hunt ' 8 SNACK PUDDINGS & SNACK FRUITS Johnson's KLEAR Large Ske Rose Dale TOMATO SAUCE 10 'Dow's HANDI WRAP Disinfectant LYSOL SPRAY 59 C 99' 200FtR °" 21 °' Con 49* 169 6 GLASS BOTTLES Sunkist Delicious iEMONS "-49' 'APPLES t 3 Li?, gag JQ* FrsihCrlip MILLER'S HIGH UFE .CARROTS Canned Crwn B«an», POQI, corn, VEGETABLES 1 301 Cgns 49 29! ^f W " «TF as- ? W PLEDGE Carnation COFFEE MATE 14 &« ^r ..? ''*, LIBBY'S FRUIT 'N' JUICE PEACHES — PEARS OR FRUIT COCKTAIL TISSU WE'RE AT A NEW LOCATION THE BLACKtIGHT ^ 412 LAKE JACKSON RD. CLUTE A BIGGER & BITTER BUILDING To Handle A Large Selection Of Merchandise WE HAVE WATER BEDS • BIACKLIGHTS POSTERS - PATCHES CANDLES & INCENSE Special Price on Some Posters COME BY AND SEE OUR BLACKLIGHT ROOM EVERYONE WELCOME JUST ARRIVALS AT in time for Christmas giving wrapped in our beautiful gift paper FREE KNIT SHIRTS S5&. • vkt- s«U limn lo boys and girls, sizes 2 to 20 HOSTESS GOWNS GS«. iKnii tops with long quilted skirts, sizes S-.M-L' HOSTESS SKIRTS <t*mg nylon quilled, worn wilh body shirU ROMANTICS i' i U>ng prairie or granny styled dresses, 3 to H' INFANT SETS (New arrivals for Christmas) ROBES FOR GIRLS t.Nylon quilted in prini or solid) PURSES and BILLFOLDS i All new. some with happy faces) 2-FERS and 4-FERS" (Select now while all colors ere in slock) SCARFS, TIES and BELTS (We have the best seltx-tion in town)

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