The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 12, 1961 · Page 13
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 13

Baytown, Texas
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Thursday, January 12, 1961
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*ur 0un u.uisday, January i i< MRS. FITI'S FLATS Bv Frank Roberae Eve«y- AS<YOUnO DO SOMETHING} YOU FIND AN, EX.CUSB NOT TO |l &3 I'LL ADMIT T HAVE &WEN SOME: PRETTY BUT YOU REALLY SHOULD HA-Ye A LADDER. WHEN YOU'RE EAVES 1 . IE£TLE BAILEY By Mort Walker &<?£AT. I'A- IN) A JAM OF CO'JSSE, VOL) ALSO HAVE 73 BS JS'MOCENT \/ By Jim Burnett A George Cranda!! \V£ XZE INS A SL.S6MT F2LAV i MR. ABERNATHY By Frank Ridgewcy and Raiston (Bud) Jones TO MTROWJCE DOCTOR &ELWIN; THE FAMOU9 SURGEON. NOW YOU MUST MEET MR. A&ERNATHY—YOU TWO HAVE A LOT IN COWiAON. HI AND LOIS •v Mort Walker and Kik Browne / ALL PAY LONS f SM= CRAWLS V AROUMP PICONS V 7HIMSS UP». SHE ALWAYS PQES IS POP TH£M IN HER MOUTH — BARNEY GOOGLE AND SNUFFY SMITH By Fred Lasswell ENNYTH1NG NEW, PAW ? V01P6 THRT 1NFUNNEL MESS OFF'N VORE FACE!! VE KNOW I DON'T 60 PER THEM DBDBURN ftRTJFlCIALS » \ff f/ B / 'S L =.«vv«<aI>!*Na I' DUKE TO SEE A <f (F^ veeflT SUPPER l/ v crrc> WIFOUTVOR'Nli Ilenke^Mal .DIVISION OF THE KROGER CO Scio Pottery Sale • 12-0z. All-Purpose Bowl 9c • 18-Oz. R-5 Bowl 12c • 7" Plale 18c • Ramon Saucer 9c • Ranson Tea Cup 7c Moan Call Stock Quotes (Courtesy Merrill lynch. Pitrc«. Fenn«r and Smith] Allo" Ludkuu 39? B \IIUT 'M & Tel ......... 307 A t Ti) Ac ^K -"1 ' ;j Chrysler 39 : *6 Cities Seiv 51 TK Ofolo • 31 j s Diamond Alk 62 Hn Punt ,.1S? Eastman Kodak K'9-^ El Paso 29:4 Pnn Al-Mnrc 42 Vt On Tire • ->^ Geor"ia Pac "•* jCIoodyear Tire ,-" l ; Greyhound ^'_ R 'Tr'U'e "•* /-...if <~i:i . 34' •> !G\'.!f State Titil •* Sun Classified i. Lodge Notices . j Bnvou Chill't«r NO. H. O.K.n.. ws^f at " the Miisunii- Hull. ix |: ! lr y^ll/TN i<n;i |.i 7-'i<> pm .Ml mi'tnliors V iMiroth.v Harmon. VVM. i X3CX J K A M , Thursday, Jimuar> 1-. ILTW 1961 al 7:30 p.m. in tin- (.ioosr r\ /V crffk Ma.Hoim 1 Hall, i"?'™' 1 ^"* V / w. A. Rollers. H.P. H. W. Alford, Si'i-y. B.P.O.K. KI.KS No. 1M9. !'•*- J. !'.. Bell, Kxalt'-d Kulor Henry U bo.l.k. Jr., b.o- 4. Monuments-Lots marble bronze monuments nnd grave markers. Cemetery work. Terms, no car- lo People's State Bank. JU 2-4702, 5. Personal DIIDI IT K1AT1PF rUDLll INUlllL Anacin Listeriiie 100's . size 7-ox. . size Vicks Sinex Nasal Sprayco«.bin«tio n 98c Mentholatum Tube ^0 36c Nifty Composition Book 2 R B?ok 5s ° c 75c Big Chief Tablets 2 'l.f 39c 4-Pc Decorated Bowls VoSiVei 1 " S 1.19 LAST CHANCE! Bible selections will be removed from store Saturday night, Jan. 14, 1961. Wicker Laundry Basket 69 • Many uses • Sturdy construction X s --- rV, BRICK BRADFORD By Paul Norrts SHIS',5APi£> ATTAINEP ES PCAA&O /$ KOU7MS,- A ^ NOW WB'UU SET OUfc PQf- AUPMA PORAPiI CAU, A90UT REAPV FOR A POGO By Walt Kelley t li^THE REVEREND •. •!• Odorless Allergy Free Mildsw Rcjistonf Corded Edges Complcrely Washable Non-Matting Look For DuPont's Quality Control Red Label . . . r.-,uf awrance ^°* coch pn- low contains the spccil:cd duality of -DACRON" libcr- fill ta insure iatis<actory performance. You get 49 T.V. Stomps Now in progren... hcifing "once-a-year" Cecslia "gel acquainted" Hylon Hosiery bent SALE PRICES PLUS 50 EXTRA TV STAMPS WITH EACH PAIR OF CECELIA NYLONS Regular Price 99c Pair Regular Price 1.19 pair "get acquainted" price "get acquainted" price _ . • Nude Heel ^^fc ™^W f {, Sc«mk« Sh«r H • m % • Scomltss Sheen « Full Foihioned She«rj • Stretch Sheer* it's smart to look lovelier Stretch . for Jess! Compare the weight! Compare the value! Extra Heavy i Not lest than 26 Ibs. per rug •v Bil! O'MHkv (1ft DUAL ROLE! Si^ -:/'••-. • i..- ' SPECIAL | While i They i Lost! Int'l Harv Jones & Laugh Kerr-McC'.eo Libhy McN Us^-ytt aini Myers Louis L;ind Nat Dait>' Prod Nat Distillers Olin-Math Puni-oasta! Oil Phillips IVir Puro Oil Royal Dutch c., ( >]| :Stan Ind ;Stan N .) i ^...ji fvi'i ;-jv\;ts 0'iiif Pi'od > |Nrv,- rirl CVHon - •}• P >9S'- •ItV-s 60 '- (if) 1 2 10 7 S S'J's 63-% 43vi 55"s 35 'v S5J, •in't «•-., 22", 4S' S -IT S's •in", :?i en-; V.M Sulr VI Francis Reagan Is No Longer Employed BY THE K & R Glass Co. S. E. Blystono K & R Glass Co. 6. Lost-Found LOST— Female Collie, red and white, vicinity Cedar Bayou. Answers to namr LOST— Furt Beanie block nml white puppy, stravocl rroiii 5IC W. Homan. Reward. JU "-3610. Try Sun Classified • Harrk MPWC ! ip IiailO nCna | i Roundup i '• Houston Fat Stock Show o(- tii-iul L».-oj*)ld Meyer says plans nmy Iv ul>iLiidoni-d to build exposition <-i-nii-r on site in South .Main str<Mi. suinc area of pro- jmsi-d county *|H>rts t-iiiter. ; l',i>ni!iril K. Calkins, owner of city bus company in Wichita. Kun reveals h<> mav try to 1,', Inn tin- I'ioiicer Bus Co. in 1-On'' llosiston if he is sucet-ssful in Tin -1 ! piirrluisiniJ the Houston Transit I'd. nnd arqiilrini; a franchise. SALE OF SOFT FLUFFY •s CBJH Tournament For Jan. 21 Tin-' r.aytov.n Optimist Club run); Cedar Baymi .luniiir Hich "iUj v-pinism- their fourth annual Sov- j ruth C'.radc- Baskrthall Toiirna-j imcnt in \h<- (.'< dar Bayou Kyni ; •Saturday. .Ian. Cl. i V'.i::t\t teams \vill compete in Ibei tournainrnt. including the four B.iyi to". P. junior hi-.!hs. I-'fiiir trophies and 50 individual; . med-'ls will be presented by the Optimists to the approximately KV) !>->> s \vlio Dartifipatf 1 in the 'onc-dnv meet. Trophies will go to the wiiiiii'r. ninnor-up, 'bird plaee and consolation trams. Medals will : he award-. 1 '! to the \vinninu and ' runner-up team 'incmbors. An all- jtrnrn.-ini'>n!s team will hi 1 pirkod land individual awards will be 'made to tin- oiitslandim; jilaycr. i leading scorer and outstanilint; sportsman in 1h<> tournament. "This meet has proven to be a success m the past and a real M'Mvin::: ground for future basketball pl.-'vcM's,' 1 an Optimist spokes- iman said. ; Ticket cost, for the tournament j is r;"i cents for adults and 1T> cents for students at each of the three sessions. ycrnon Kiiy C«\. -II. of 2»l. I., illli is eritieally injure! in flash fire and explosion at AHCO l-'ahricafirs and Welders plant. 1(117 Klj;e| in Houston. Two others injured seriously. Wilhiir Smith, transportation c\iM'rt whose New Iluven, Conn., firm made study of Houston Transit Co.. tells eity council that llonstonians choose to drive <virs rather than ride buses primarily to wive time. Members and former members of Houston Crime Commission j;et into hassle after records of thp commission are rt-moxcd from (lie office by one of the memlM-rs. Kx-niemlx-r says they contain infonuation al>out >;»mh- ling spots in Harris County. ! Sheriff Knstcr Kern s;ivs there I is no gambling in county. ': I'ninn seeking (o organiz<> car ; salesmen in Houston tiles |ie- 1 titkins for representation elections at 17 major car dealer I agencies. j Two Harris County cities. I.H 1'nrtf and (ialena I'ark. go agjiinst trend, with fewer traffic accidents in JiMiO than in previous year, Houston City Council paves way for Iwvsuit with Pasadena by moving to annex a one- square-mile area already claimed by Pasndeim. T»f • "Hortd*crmc, Long Wearing J 3. '••".."•Ply Torn . . . 40% acetate/ ' $6% -Cotton/40% .Rayon Pile:. KM7ABKTH TAYLOR and I.aurance IInr\-R.v are shown In n scene from thn movie, "Bntterfield H." which begins Thursday at the Brunson Theater. The film is classified as adult entertstinnient. 'BuHerfield 8' Starts At Brunson, Runs Six Days Get 188 T.V. Stamp* "Buttrrfiold S." HM ndult mn\'if st.trinr; Kli/.^lx'ili T.V-'lor, I-ldfiio Fisher" nnd Uiiin-tvo H-irvry. br- ,sins Tlvirsday and will conlinnr i?hront;li .I;in."lS ;il thr Uiimson ithc;il(T. i T})f movio \\';is filmod in Cino- im:vScop^ ;ind color entirely in JNcw York City ;mil its snrnumd- in^ aren. with scones shot on location in (JrconwU-h Viliiigo. fifth lAv.-mic. Stony Point and Lon-^ Is- jl;ind. t Tin.; i>- thf first niovii 1 Kli/;v i hrth Taylor and Kishrr Ivivr i \\-rn krd in tfy^thf r sinr-f< thrir * r , i. - •-!•/. • /» ronmnrc ! marriagf. Slip portrays, (ilorin. : vho h-is IIT o^n twisted set of i rules for living. Fishrr marts iSlovo. a young Grc-enwich Viila^f pianist. I A trian^lo develops \\hen t Gloria Ixromes involved with \\'os- j(on Liggett (Laurence Harvey), i who is married to Emily, played I by Dina Merrill. ! The movie is ba&tM on the nwel i by John O'Hara. ' Helen Hose, internationally fa- • moils IWlw<yyl fashion desi,:n jrr, erented the eostnmes frtr Miss JTaj ; !or's role.

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