The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on December 5, 1971 · Page 13
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 13

Freeport, Texas
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Sunday, December 5, 1971
Page 13
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U£* /MBflSJjVV] Bottom Dollar Discount Center 1 r' o ( 0'jto\s \KI HI MORE FOR YOUR MONEY CHARGE ~ IT! USE OUR EASY OFFER GOOD MON.-TUES, DECEMBER 6-7 LAY-AWAY PLAN! « uwnro 10 OXFORD 3-SPEED BICYCLE BOY'S OR GIRL'S jj »89" VALUE | GENERAL ELECTRIC COFFEE MAKER NO. CM10 »19" VALUE Vthllr lltunltt) GENERAL ELECTRIC 2-SLICE TOASTER PROCTOR SILEX 2-SPEED BLENDER i NO. 83008A *19 M VALUE NO. T-17 •15 n VALUE HAMILTON BEACH 3-SPEED HANDMDCER jfW" •**JWM NO. 107 M2* 1 VALUE TOAST & ROLL WC WARMER UDICO NO. TRW 120 1 12" VALUE * » I/ S/ UhUr IU> I I'I'.K $T88 MIRRO MATIC CORN POPPER M" VALUE |MIU.\lt IDEAL PORTABLE RADIO AM-FM AC/DC NO. 96503 M8" VALUE tin niiVI IHII |.\|! l«'»\ fitlt 1 Hhllr QuinMi I ji(i GENERAL ELECTRIC ELECTRIC ALARM CLOCK WPTH LIGHTED DIAL NO, 7338 *9" VALUE CHIC PERSONAL TRAVEL HAIR DRYER »8 i0 VALUE Whitr Mujnlil) I.J4U 11(11 I \|{ IKirtdM IMH i. UHV I'lllt K DOUGLAS SNACK N SALAD SET AM-FM STEREO TABLE RADIO 7 PC. »4 M VALUE NO. KS1220H VALUI jurniist IMII.i.ut VVbilr Quanlil.v IXll l..\lt UMV I'HIl'K THE BKAZOSPOKT PACTS, Freeport, Te*M, Sunday, December 5,19tl , Section I, Page y Phase II information available Hrazorlm County resident* can gel Information on Pha«e If of President Nfxon'i Economic Stabilization Program through the Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service Office, *ay» Johnnie C. Svoboda, the county executive director. A« the Nation enter* Phase II, ASCS County office* along the Internal Hevcnue Service will continue to provide public Information at the local level. The County ASCS Office will receive regular updated information from the President's Cosl-of-Llving Council, Price Commission, and Pay Board. Iteaidenu calling or visiting the county office about a Singing Griffins guests at social wage-price problem, may obtain answers if the questions fall within existing guidelines. More complex questions will be forwarded by counly office personnel to the nearest IRS Office for reply, "We are not authorized to handle complaints, violations, and requests for exemptions, but we will forward them to the HIS District Headquarter* Office," Svoboda explained. Any questions that cannot be answered by ASCS or in- terpreted by the IRS District Office will be forwarded for higher level action, The person making the inquiry will te informed if this action is taken. Form PC-I,—Report of Makeups by Retailing and Wholesaling Companies, is available at the ASCS County Office. The Counly ASCS Office located at 329 N. Velasco, Anglcton, is open from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The telephone number is 849-7451. KHKKI'OKT-A singing family, along with Dr. W. A. Cum», piutor of the First Itaptat Church of North West Houston, will be the gucsU of Ilx- Krwporl Bustneu Men's /Uwx-ialion at their Christmas social Tin: Mjcial, scheduled (or Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. will be at Ibe Krifport Inn and wives .iixl imibarxi* o< are inviitxl The Singing GrUfini will ittU-rtain with old fashioned SOOK« of Christmas, The Unllim Ix-caroe well k/vwn in I jikr Jackson lor thttr singing laltrnt through the First UaptUt Church there 71*- 'Jnffiiu. Jim Ik* and lx«tm-ri Along wtlh four erf thru Inc daughters. Kathy, KjriTi Kisy Kay. arid Ronnie sing rrpularly in their church. 'IV fidh daughter is KalUe l>f C'uru» will be the guest dm;*-: jfx-jkw He u an avid li'hrrman MI is no ttranger Uj > rt*f«rl He tiss made rium<-r«i» inp» her? in March of (!•«• 'luif, cioes " l>r < urtu his tx-en pjjtor erf ihr Kirjt Bapim Church o< N'orth Weil HuuMon for 15 >car* and has Uught spwch M the Uiuvcnlty o( Houston KT<c onJ) txiwne^i oo Ihe for ibe dinocr wtlJ be the election of officers for the year 1972 according to Tolbert Newman, president. Those planning to attend arc asked to call Newman at First Freeport Nat'l. Bank. All local business people are invited. THOUGHTS / look to the nylit and ittilch, 6u( (her? it none who \akr% notice of me: no refuye remains la me, no man cares tor me, — I'talmt 142 4 Some pcoule are always erumblinc: if they had bton Ix/rn in the (Jardt-n of Kden. ihev would have found much to complain of Others arc happv anywhere, they see beaulif* and ble&sin^s all around them—John loib- bock, astronomer OPEN TIL 8:00 P.M. M'lS I III I - \ I WACKER'S I Witt S I HU V I \ K I I * i K -" \ SPECIAL PURCHASE FOR CHRISTMAS WOMEN'S FINE SHOES VAI.fK.S We Agreed Not To Mention The Name Brands On This Sale Better Than ! - 2 Price $ ALL OO SHOES DOWNTWW FREITORT \\ .« .... ^.00^ "*"'. . na 8 .- _-_ OPEIN 'TIL 8 PM [t.MTIL til It 1ST MAS | MONDAY-FRIDAY (SATIHDAY 1. 6 P.M.) M '•** t^i -< » 4»«, RIGHTCO w -Z. llHi •I « • /!"**'<«*; OF CALIFORNIA -i^*^ *i8iirf«i«^*l« ! u .H- ! t |fi •ST^KUOBTS t//|aw v«* £ ''R Pi^ "™uiu^iL^w JVj »«« »|ur<lr. kidi I ti fcl -Jk., !«.„,,(,...,„ I ./ Mlll>H Mt u HOW^ UI--I' %«.%! FOH (HHISTH4S REID ANGI.ETON 8IU-IS11 FlttF^OHT i53 I AHF

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