The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on December 3, 1975 · Page 4
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 4

Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, December 3, 1975
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Ford, Mao discuss issues In friendly atmosphere PEKING (AP) — Nixon In 1972. TVlP mr*%Hno vvim hrlitln A KUnlnaor tin. 1/irH rllrnxlnr nt lh« <<l,Hf l«/t uihll« IK* »t>.»« tut*.* fo»«»<.n/» lh« Fnril DartV tO th* doOf PEKING (AP) President Ford met with Chairman Mao Tse-tung for one hour and 50 minutes Tuesday, nearly twice as long as the Chinese leader met with then President Richard M. Nixon in 1973. A brief communique Issued several hours later said they had had "earnest and significant discussions...on wide- ranging issues in a friendly atmosphere." THE BRMOSPORT FACTS FREEPORT. TEXAS, WED.. DECEMBER }, 1T7S P*o«iA The meeting was held in the official residence of the 81-year-old founder of the People's Republic in Chungnanhal Park, near Uie Forbidden City. The Communist chairman also greeted Betty Foul, the Fonts' 18 year-old daughter Susan, Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger, Undersecretary of Slate Joseph J. Sisco. George Bush, chief of the US, liaison office in Peking- l.t Gen Brent Scowcroft, the President's national security adviser; Philip Hablb, assistant secretary of state for Kast Asian and Pacific affairs; Winston Ixird, director of the State Department policy planning staff; and Richard Solomon, senior staff member of the National Security Council. Mao shook hands all around and the group postxl for a photograph Then Mrs. Ford, Susan, Sisco, Hablb and Solomon left while the others began discussions. The Mao session forced postponement of a planned afternoon meeting between Kissinger and Chinese Foreign Minister Chiao Kuanhua It was rescheduled for H:30 p.m. after the Ford party had attended a ballet per- THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY OPEN DAILY 99; CLOSED SUNDAY THEE TOP ORMAMENT 2 96 3.47 «. 10 mmi 18-INCH ICICLES 6V 2 ' CHRISTMAS TREE Our Reg. 28.88 18" GIFT STOCKING TREE SKIRT Our gm J * Ha more shedding! Beauh'ut Stole* 15 flame r«;»ard,jnt plastic, hjj num&ererj for eaj a»v«mbly Sav«, r.47 35' oVa rayon melion ckalh 31" WALL CLOCK Ourfl»g. 22.96 17-JEWEL WATCHES 88 Each s [,'iciel watcriei *j!ches Save ai K RADIAL SHAVER^ 0096 MEN'S SHAVER 3.po94ton aius head Hideaway Uimmer Save WOMAN'S SHAVER formance. Mao will b« 83 on Dec. M and reportedly ha* spe*ch difficultly, but he ha* seen a succesiion of itate visitor* in recent months. Kissinger, who alto hud a long Interview with him In October, said liU mind was clear and hit grasp of foreign affairs remarkable The phraseology of the statement issued by the Chinese government suggested that the discussion* wore more than usually cordial No details were given «thw by tho Whit* Hou« staff or the Chines* beyond the written statement Susan Kortl was on a trip outiiik th* capital to the Great Wall aixl the Min* Totnta when »h* got a telephone mr*»a|je lo return to Peking irn mttliatdy for the Mao mooting Sh* h*«l to ikip th* vttit lo lh<? tomb*, buJ in* had already trekked up the steep gradr* at the Krrptfllin* *«il, tJopplRa: occasionally to b-v photographed ant) t*kr pictum hem)/ Susan. *ho »«« « full nuwirat fur c«at again*! (h? ttett\t\t the Ford party to lh« after the talk* wt>r« finished, The President Mid later he thought thiC wan an unusual gesture by Mao. but Peking-bated correspondent* said it war Mao's normal practice % Ford, who bfgan his five- day visit to China on Monday, met for two hours Tuesday morning with Ten* H»ia»ping. and the White Hou** reported "*i cwatrwetiv* eichange of views on a wide range of International u*u** " The official Soviet wm agency Tssi ta»«igatfO Twtg on Tuesday for what it ealkd Uwr "vic»«» at lack*" h# ntftik in hi» ttM.»l at a harxiw* HofKM'tng Kurd Moftday wgttl T«M «|t»?«l Fortt without oKHinMtt a* Mying that itw Um(«l State* would work to lr**rn dan^nr* and would for p* l*nite<] SUtta erf thf d««^CT ot *tth th« SoviH rrs< f*{wrr»l to l/»e Sovie? l.'nion s» " thit country »hich mw*t taut U the a( , lh* Xh crolury t» I' ««• Hfli-alion ** "gorgeous, amauntf awl fwHlifr tiwrs th* p*c turra ' ' "It » [nor* than I fttt ripcctcd." »)w M.fed "I frwl like I'm m A fan(*»> it > * o(h*r wuckl A pariicljMfli in th«- d«r<j|t«Touw w t; S }»suffta!l»!» *c company i fi|{ Kord a» *a» to to hunt i k !o Six* policy vJ-ulF r»rpi;.' Benefit football game nets over 3,500 toys The brr.tfi! piaynl liu? Io>» So uft a! voiun(t«T tsf in rftorir than -i fur n«*tiy to (h Uw "S ami the '"Flr»-«ii«r»" (oy The Jo the t' -S R«.**r»'« tat !* Awl Ihw !0 to '.he GaJvftJon As<J *jjr^t*ti<sr. "o *rto»ni c Program. which «n« -*cf»»J X*» " Freeport police probing burglary of church office "fa r'HKKPOHT In Mo IN into thr Ajrw) the Sunday ni^ht of ncrc (ountt bj -Si Paul'* Kpitco(M| vml»j{4!ifki; iiifKTti !ii hwtvf <."hurch. tJ»'/7 W Filth M . b«*n Jirrsrmo.! (o (ajn waAconl<nu4nK Tu«s»44> by miry lo !hr»w rvjomt police officers and in- In both crts«-», filing burglary »<>t At 8 W am Monday by the rwtot. tlw Rev. Jamrj M Aber- rwthcy. ($0(7 W S«-cofvd M F'olice ofhcfr» Mid mtr> to (he rttruindvr of the church facility w».<i gained through (he sanctuary wrwre the toot* ar« left unlocked at all times However. Irwkixi The «a(? m !hr secretary » office »«» ' re{*orte<j to have been nppttl apart AbemaiKe} told jwlice officers thj>! I too in c*U» had been laken with damage* c*l<ro»t«d to be about UV> Veterans should keep beneficiaries current Our fl«o. 3».ie 151 9 settings, ttoaung heads, rotary blades. Uimmet mm* Our 29.96 Doobte-hea^ cutting blade, 6 Wades. S-posiiion. Our fl*8 7,47 2-*ided, lor undwamw and lor tegs. 'Pop-up' head MEN'S JEWELRY BOXES Our R*g 9.97 Our «•«. 6.97 /fas Pewi«r- or cop- Brown chesi Ann- p«f-lorici^i2H quad BVkx7'/»6to". CORNET SUPER 12 "80" ADDING MACHINE Our R«g. 199.91 I 6 9 Smith Corona^sltklrtc ' Our Rtg. 49.9* nw mnwiiinSi 44" lypewritvr. Save! Luis 1 columnj. totals B Gives subtotals R«p«al kuy CMa/gu >| jl K mart I»/S B, » HWY.332 at DIXIE DR, The Veteran! Administration remind* five mitiion veterans covered umler IU government life insurance program to make certain that bcneficiane* on (heir policim arc current The VA is obligated by law to pay insurance proceed* to the beneficiary of record. Most of the agency's intured are World War II veteran* who carry National Service Life Insurance. A A. Hunter, VA iteglonal Director, expkmed The problem of in- lurunce benefit* going to an unintended recipient generally arises where the veteran simply fails to change hi» beneficiary In a typical c»*e, a veteran named hl» mother as beneficiary when he obtained his policy, later the veteran married and overlooked the requirement to notify the VA of intended change in beneficiary Unwarranted financial hardship often result*, Hunter noted. If in doubt as to current designation, veterans are urged to submit a change of beneficiary Hunter empruuiied that lump *um payment* only may b« paid when »o <ie*ignale<d by th« insured veteran Policy change* should be sent to the VA insurance center where the insurer's premium* are paid All requests should include policy number along with full name and ackirrw Brazoswood club plans car wash The Bratoswood In dustrlal ArU Club, Braioswood High School,will sponsor a car wash' from 8 a m to 4 p. m. Saturday, f)cc 6 at Cab's Ex*on Service Center at 461 Plantation Drive in Lake Jackson The club i» holding the car wash to raise money for members to attend an industrial arts competition meeting on May 7 and «,/* l«76 in Austin. The liraioswood club wiU enter iwveral projects in competition including works from wood shop, metal shop, power mechanics, jewelry, ceramics and drafting.

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