The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on December 5, 1971 · Page 2
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•'•. . ttKA20Sl*Oftt FACTS. Frccjiorl, Texas, Sunday, December 5,1971, Swlion I, Page * Economic skirmish about over • ; --i'£r ; (Continued ffWPhge l) ' hay out from under my WASHINGTON <AP}-The skirmishing between President Nixon nnd the Democratic Congress over legislation for his new economic policy Is about over. There was no unconditional surrender, but Nixon looks like the winner. The big Democratic retreat was on n tnx-cut bill Nixon said he would veto unless it were stripped of extra tax reductions nnd a plan for REDUCTIONS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS Sec our selections Berore You Ku\'. Tt» LttM<.0»t In Vwt til* RED VINYL COAT 20% OFF Ti* Linit MM la Tow U'« EMBROIDEKIED WESTERN SHIRTS * PANT SETS _.„, ftrr ««>• 20%OFF INFANT WHITE HOODED HANDMADE- SWEATERS OFF financing presidential Cam* pnlgns with public funds. Senate-House conferees knocked out some $13 billion of tax cuts the Senate had added—and which didn't have much chance in the House anyway. And they also whittled the .campaign financing plan to such an extent that the White House strongly implied Nixon would sign the bill. The dollar checkoff from income tax for presidential campaigns would be postponed beyond the 1972 election, under the conference version. Even after that the ni ' actual disburse! of funds woutd bo subject to further legislation and possible veto. It was a blow (or deficit- plagued Democratic party chiefs desperate for help In ffananclng next year's campaign. Nevertheless, the House is expected to pass the measure, with Its three-year, lts.8- billion tax cuts, this week and (ho Senate soon thereafter. On another front, opponents of extension of presidential control powers, until April 30, 1973, were unable to advance and finally gave ground. • The Senate passed a bill with the extension and moat of the accompanying arrangements Nixon sought. The House Banking Committee, after some fierce Internal scraps, approved a simitar one. Neither is wholly to Nixon's taste. Both would call for payment of most previously contracted pay increases froze during Phase I. NUon wanted this issue, left to the Pay Board. The stock market look heart and rebounded strongly out of a slump. US blames India., (Continued from Page I) were cut off following the Pakistani move last March to quell East Pakistan's separatist movement by force. As in India's case, the U.S. arms level to Pakistan had been relatively small. Reciting the U.S. vie*- of the developing tndia-Paktelan crisis, the high Stale Department official told of a series of efforU for a solution which he sakl had been generally accepted by Pakistan and turned down by India. He said Pakistan's use of force against the East Pakistan separatist movement was regrettable and gave rise to a number of difficulties. But over-all, he said, Pakistan has shown a willingness to cooperate with peaceseeking efforts while India has not been forthcoming. The high State Department official spoke under rules barring quoting hint by name. The high U.S. official said the U.S. effort over the seven crbU months have combined relief aid with attempts to get a political accommodation. A total of one-half bUlioct dotiart thU year had been ticketed for relief for East Pakistan and for the some 10 million refugees who have poured Into India following the Pakistan government's crackdown In East Pakistan. He Mid the United States conveyed lo India a Pakistan willingness to make an initial Pakistan force pullback. provided there wu some assurance that Indian form woutd subsequently pull back too. This o/fer was pressed during Prim* Minister Indira Gandhi'* tvcvai visit to Washington and iufcttquefttfy but ho* apparently been rebuffed by India, he Mid, Until Volkswagen make* a . bug screen for Rednecks, I, and others, will continue lo weave our way between American Flag* and old Wallace sticker* to help* Insure the continuing growth of this area, Ernest Johnson «7« DoftoM, Apt, W Houston Betty Richards: some nice people To The Pact*: Thl* i» a "thank you" for your article <*i my Girl Scoot Troop IW. ' Bdng recognized by the prtws is important to them and very encouraging, Al*o lo Uke Jaducn'» KM radio nation, KLJT and personnel, for the ikkeU I won lo the Muhammad AH »» Buster Mathu flghU. I bad a great time. Ttte»« thing* may M*m small, but it helps lo rvalue we do 'have MOW vtrry nk« and thoughtful people in Unuoria County. Hwhartfc '20 Stwm watch i .... '•'"•"''{foes tip for , ; DlllS are the Panhandle circulated to Voke »r« invited and wvkomv, Ttw) »rwuW be on public, affair*, and prv^crabty prr fainid^ lo loca! matter*. Wr ttit them Ttxry mu»t o6«Hrr> good tiwte Thrj must b« iaatass«s«s«5«5«;«:«:«:«:«:«;**s^^ 'Til P./W) O »A NOW THROUGH CHRISTMAS IIL 8:00 P.M. MONDAY THRU SATURDAY W ACKER'S DOWNTOWN LAKE JACKSON HAVe GIFTS FOR EVKRVONK ON VOUM >c- LIST <£ SHOP NOW!! SHOP NOW! CHARGE IT! Cello taae CELLQ TAPE REG. 29t VALUE CHRISTMAS Sdi IAL j<M800i!v' 1/2" WIDE X 800" LONG 'jfr-'ffr.'ff PURE WHITE SPRAY SNOW LARGE 13 OUNCE CAN REG. 69C VALUE CHRISTMAS SPECIAL 47* J y<6lFT^ WITH THIS ^HtGH QUALIT^V WRAi '! 6 ROLL PAPER i. GIFT WRAP IK A SPECIAL VALUE i-JIL. 5 ROLL FOIL GIFT WRAP A SPECIAL VALUE ASSORTMENT Wackers CHRISTMAS.SCI ( IAI. I masiti cftaige A 88 Lady Vanity MOISTURE MIST FASTEST HEAT-UP TIME HAIR STYLER READY TO USE IN ) MINUTE5 $ A SPECIAL PURCHASE ! BLU£ ENAMEL i ROASTERS VJf 4 SIZES. fa MOST POPULAR 'l LISTED BELOW ^ SIZE II OVAL * ROASTER REC SI.94 THESE POPULAR -^*»*» < ^ ^E H^^^^^^^^ [jJ^iUM.i. SIZE IS OVAL ROASTER REG. J7.8B *jer-JBr-yr-jer-i *., SPRAV-O" PftlKt ^PL DECORATOR SPRAY PAINT IDEAL FOR USE IN CHRISTMAS DECORATING GOLD-SILVER-RED & GREEN REG. 98C VALUE CHRISTMAS SPECIAL 47" I V- V- «* V V- V- &• & tf &• •&. v- -gr. jjr -gr. ^ HAPJMI , f l?M» \ I 35UTIStT| ^ 26 INCH CHRISTMAS TREE CANADIAN PINE TREE IPIAt FOR TABLE TOP OH MANTEL DECORATION REGULAR $3.95_ VALUE CHRISTMAS g "" ^ & WEATHERPROOF MINATURE 35 LIGHT SET INDOOR-OUTDOOR 1 WAY FLASHER CHOICE OF ALL CLEAR OK ASSORTED REG, $1.98 VALUE CHRISTMAS ~ SPECIAL .-Ml 50 COUNT CHRISTMAS CARDS A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF ARTISTIC CARDS SUITABLE FOR EVERYONE Wackers CHRISTMAS SPECIAL SPECIAL 6 FOOT ARTIFICIAL CHRISTMAS TREES LARGE * FppT TREES SCOTCH PINE OR LONG NEEDLE PINE liC. 116-95 VALUES CHRISTMAS SPECIAL s|2|i* JTILL LAST FOR YiARS? MAKE-UP MIRROR HAS 4 THfATRJCAL 5HAPOW FREE KULIS MASNifyws § i.iGviAr MIRROR t TRAVEL CASE 215 PIECE TAG & SEAL ASSORTMENT 6*c VALUE 37* OPEN 'TIL 8:00 P.M. NOW THROUGH CHRISTMAS WACKER'S DOWNTOWN LAKE JACKSON 2974911 Counterfeit HO bllU are being circulated In (he UrniMpwl «r«a, and mer- ( ?h«nU havs tarn notified to keep a watch for them, Harvey CoUon, Criminal InvMtlgator (or ttmorlx Countv'1 Sheriff Dcpt,, MM Saturday that .two «uch WU» hat! b**n accepted at a plan of IniflocM during the wc«fc. ami detected by a bank, Cotton, who** dude* are mainly concentrated on lelony check* and (orfcrte*. uki he ha* notUVed the U.S. Smrret Service Dep(, at Counterfeit* float the area evrry tew year*, Cotton Mid, Ttw wual pattern w that lonwone etxnct in from the county, nuke* a or I) pun-tun*, otion lh« counterfeit bill, aed **tk» out with fteuuiixi money (or A winter nlorm watch went up Saturday for the Teiai Panhandle, where (wo of «w«n Incta* ot fflow already covered wide *«<itlon*, Another cold front wai In from the Wett. J'anJutrxlle leniperatum at dawn Saturday dipped to IS degree* at Dathart which twid threv tiKhe* of wow, 17 at Amaritlo with five Inehe* and 26 at ChlWr«» with M»v«n Inchei, South o( the Panhandle, Lubtack had % and iwa ijxrtw* ut The Weather S*rvke warned p( $M>»iltiU heavy »(Ww bkmn in *$»<» by gust) wtnda in (h« Panto folk during Sunday, In other pert* at NlXthitrat Tr»A», liiilnl MW* 4ml r»m wa* th* («ft»»^«-+-l All <*( TPUM wat ttuUni at«J inoit al t)«c tlilr »ai utxkt ,/ oxwtefletl U1U can t* Pmf I ft Pirh lukjumlor a mowh e* ' '*''• U«U. l\IUII funeral Friday The , in cuvukjkm two Mwv Uwy'r* «w<K*d , each bill bear* It* KtUl nombef. at the wr* i*M f> lo trouble t» change itw» fep«t.cl««ll*tail».U»l „ £J^£ s - th, ool, way lb* ,a, fhMMil ,| le TM » Mrtac t «r t*r**> MB ikUrt Ibr J{ , m K|kU # , I Ccrftnct rAtufcftra t* I M i* , .11 •/. i . »l""»*"™. <*««1W(J«tlfir tv|*«o*»»! «ouW to if be h»4 two U> hind ^ j^j^,,,, and (oueil lhr«n to b*«*r the »i<tb«tj ,Sw* 5» Wl *l thr P,--- ,J it««l«»rt«l IfJ Ihf H«^ Kf4-nA I%OCIOS»* I' Wjr^uCi, «i!h Mil !.«•* 41 4<«t;(c Ifv to (J\r ,.x Holbroofc told th* rvqumi *»i ' Mr». lUtJM H»rh (to i« Ccxntakwfen jppcar lo tylml UM Uf fcajt Mother «»o miks, lfc» full ainc reiVi t,j nvitit At«J Mft Arts. the roirtc (ur the (•»« mtkn Buf (he CJjbmlM « us Ui* »<«<«> rood lofty* . f*»rfc» And witdltr* n<j,, waaa tw icitr road tuck (roro the brach To cm« (he t'*W (urttvrt • ) 4t T«Ma AkM kfr p<r*ctUrrf tit (or the dincmtlr A< U» Um« W tl» ruxt dtilrlct N>orf clrctian in {{mimparl that beach r«wl on (Jw County ikte (CK 357i. . the I" S A»»r, ? m WceW urT^crf »• 4 Uk* gv« «t . (he brtdfc , II wtjwW drfwcd on the otwiul u»((ic C«HJ*K. (bey Mid on d It 4 (mm tk Tirtnptjr. Hkh ifwn JUST ARRIVALS AT in time (of Chnstmas gtvmg wappcd in ouf beautiful gift papei FRIT. KNIT SHIRTS SST* i«c M II thrtn to tn>~» ami girU. S4rr» I tn 30 HOSTESS GOWNS ST* (Km! lop* mlh Irmg <)Uilinj tkirto, tiit% S M |,i HOSTESS SKIRTS i \fa\g, n>l<xi ((Uiltcd. «nrn «i(h body «lMr(i ROMANTICS SHU (l/Ji«|jf,Tincu» granny M>Mdrfitac INFANT SETS »N»w arrivals for.ChriMmiuii ROBES FOR GIRLS • Nylon cjuilicd in \*m\ or tolicli PURSES and BILLFOLDS (All luw, some with happ) 4 laa-n 2-FERS and 4-FERS <Sfkii now Hliik' ul! culort are in stock) SCARFS, TIES and BELTS iWt have Uic U'sl M-lvctlon in town) H>

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