The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on December 3, 1975 · Page 14
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Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, December 3, 1975
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Ct(P.i$T M ,',!» Tf-'tr r p.o w OUR LAPCf SfU'CllOV ILARGE WALNUTS - 59 ^WEET GRAPEFRUIT 61 ROSE BUSHES:;:;;^;; t 2- s i CouliDower -« 59* Ranges' * ' 7< • Onions - 75 C Potatoes V/ s 79 l Bulbs V.l 2" ^jwon* tr;79 t ^ngdos ^22'Cobbage^- 14« Anjou Pears.* 33' Bananas /' 22' App'tM"*" 1 """ 39' Apples ""^YS? ^ ^CALIFORNIA NAVEL * ORANGES *\ } VOTE and Help Colgate-Palmolive give Young America 5^*365,000 you may WIN $20,000 CASH A 1 AMIIT VACATION AT THE 1976 U S OURPICS -CT CUC 1-05 IRISH SPRING SOAP W0 °'U 44« :v: or» ' xti FAB DETERCENT -.^d.96 PALWOLIVE UOUIO BlTt * illlT i:o/.8TV.99' HEADQUARTERS HUGGER BIKE (} SUE 88 16 MOTOR on *•*&**• GAMES Owlets Puzxleiv 88 ( Wabash Puiile.*88 00 Super Puixie "88 J* AIT UT 0* Finger Paint (* 199 * NAV9UK KftMff* 4 MOTOR OH UmlBBlor ^ & SHOULDERS SHAMPOO BAGGIE FOOD WRAP BOYS TOYS Rescue Wagoneer POLAROID VITAMINS ^ €yl(« Truck MediaiiiciBenfli tTAKtM " iv< Ralbood Set ^t«t flNift«f l«i»li \ A .STt I)V OK FLVJS brought some unique rrsults as th»> children then dfstgned thftr own sfjecial flags <*ilh material and crayon*. Helping to mount them on a special bulletin board are Michael MfAfl.-iifi'i and Dian* Thompson, two of the kimk-rgartern children in (hr- classroom of Susan Hum* .1! Ht-nry O Tanwr Pr«!vrhrK»l F<.tl<;v, ing the l«-*.M>n. children will rntwnt th'.-ir fliitti '•<• sticks to Colonization of Africa said Soviet plan WASHINGTON : AF -United Nations Ambassador Daniel P Moynihan said Tuesday thai Soviet military moves in Angola show that the Ku!iiian$ mttTKi to colonize Africa The ambassador also accu.s*d the Soviets of placing a m.ijor part in the recent passage by the L' N declaring '/.if movement for a national Jewish homeland, to b« a form of racism The plain-spoken Moyruhan said he believes the N/'. U'U (Mck«J the Zionism revjluticm to mask their own policies lo Russian Jew-s He said that in Africa the Soviets have brought Outwn troops into Angola and rtave fouiit military facilities on the rvortheast coast 'It 15 fair to assume they mean to colonize Africa ," Moymhan .said in a speech on detente at the fourth "Pacem In Terns" meeting. The meeting is sponsored by the Fund for Peace and the Center for the Stud) of Democratic Institutions Moynihan's remarks from African diplomats at UK- LniieO N.ilii'j^ An K>i^t African diplomat who aske<i not to be identified said Moyruhan ^cts like an "untrained bull who has to fight all the tune " Algerian Ambassador AbdeUatiff Raha! said he wonders why the U.S. envoy "has to put everything in such a brutal way U.S sources said Moynihan had cleared al least the general outline of his speech with the State Department Moynihan said that in the post-Vietnam era, the United Slates finds it Motorcycle club The Braroria County Road Runners, a family- oriented motorcycle riding group, will meet al 7:30 p m. Friday, Dec 5 at the First National Bank in Lake Jackson. The 35-member group is a "family club for the enjoyment of motorcycling," according to Sharon Wood, a member of the group. The Road Runners meet al 7:30 p.m. every first and third Friday of each month at the First National Bank in Lake Jackson. "We ride every Sunday, leaving from the Bright Spot, on Highway 288 in Clute, by Bottom Dollar, at 2 p.m.," Wood said. At a recent meeting the club received five new members. The new members are the Rev. Robert M. Tar bet of Falactos, Lester B. Marshall of Braioria, difficult to react to Soviet moves around th« world, while the Russians have no reluctance to exploit unrest in such countries as Angola "It is fairly clear that ideological conflict has been stepped up on their side," he said, "or at very least expanded to new- areas ." For example, in Angola. Moynihan ^aid. "the Soviets in effect have landed Cuban troops ..on the southwest coast of Africa, even as they arc- consolidating military facilities on the northeast coast of that continent." Only complaints from the United States and opposition from Communist ("hina have blocked the Soviets from doing more in Angola and the rest of Africa. Moynihan .said The civil *ar began when various tribal groups struggled for control as Portugese rule was coming to an end last month. The Soviets have backed the Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola. In the United Nations, Moynihan said, a Soviet bloc country, the Ukraine, was among the supporters of the anti-Zionism resolution.''which directly served an announced Soviet cause " Movnihan asked, 'This was seen as an Arab initiative, but was it"*" As long ago as 1971, Moynihan said, Pravda published an accusation against Jews, likening Zionism to the racism of Adolf Hitler in Germany before World War 11 The Pucetn in Terns meetings are called in the memory of the conference of the same name by the late Pope John XXIII, who called for major institutional reforms schedules meeting William Barber of Freeport, Vernon Fowler of Angleton and Geoffrey Hunt of Lake Jackson. The club also held a "Turkey Run" recently which 18 people attendee First place in the turkey run wua won by Sharon Morgan, second place by- Donald Patterson and third place by Burky Grumbles. Visitors are welcome at the club meetings and rides COUPONS TO SAVE F - WITH ADVERTISED FACTS

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