The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 19, 1961 · Page 3
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Baytown, Texas
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Thursday, January 19, 1961
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Thursday, January 19, 1941 HISTORY WILL JUDGE IKE ON HIS USE OF BALANCE WASHINGTON (API — President Eisenhower, in his farewell address to the nation, put his finger on the very point by which history will judge tin; success or failure of his presidency. How well in his right years in HIP White House did ho balance one national need against another? That word "balance" had a major place in his talk Tuesday ni:;ht. His emphasis on it pinpointed tin 1 dilemma facing any American president. "Each proposal must be weighed in the light of a broader consideration: the need to maintain halanee in and among national programs —balance between our essential requirements 110 or 20 . He sounded confident Tuesday:"is today the strongest, the most night, as he did earlier in the week I influential and most productive as a nation and the duties irn-i didn't, the results of his steward- i posed by the nation upon the in-l sni P ma y not be discernible for dividual; balance between actions of the moment and the national welfare of the future. ''Good judgment seeks balance and progress; lack of it eventually finds imbalance and frustration." i There is no doubt that balancing is what the conservative Eisenhower tried to do. For him, I as for any president, this required not only the judgment he men- Itioned but foresight enough to feel the future would justify his judgment. in his budget message to Con- j nation in the world." gross, that he had guided the least not in entirety —because Just because the future is so intricately wrapped up in what he did and decided not to do, in the programs he pressed and those he Bride, 15, Leaves Her Husband, 65 SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (AP) — Jose M. Moreno, 65, says he and 1 his bride of 15 have separated after 12 days of marriage. "She called me and told me she wasn't coming back," Moreno said. He said he came home Friday to find his \yife, the former Maria Diana Candia, missing. Moreno, who owns a small gro- Only the years ahead will have much of the American future is country well. "America," he said,! the answer to this self -appraisal i wrapped up in decisions whose of his presidency. I consequences will be a long time For instance, we won't know for u ° Qlng " years whether he put enough emphasis on and resources into missile and space development to stay abreast or ahead of the Russians or whether some failure to see future needs correctly gave the Soviets enough advantage in eery, said the trouble started four days after the Jan. 6 marriage when the bride's father brought his family of nine "temporarily" into Moreno's four-room home. "Thursday, I asked him to move," Moreno said, "because the house wasn't big enough for us." Moreno said he thinks the bride's father is "pressuring" her. time and effort to enable them eventually to dominate the West. In an earlier day—when scientific development was far less dominant in the national and international future — a president could be pretty well judged by the time he left office. Not so with Eisenhower — at Air Agreement For U.S.-Mexico Approved MEXICO CITY (AP)—The bilateral air agreement between Mexico and the United States now in operation until 1963, has been ratified by the Mexican Senate. Mexico is authorized 1 to operate nine new air United States, routes with the including direct flights to Washington and New York, in the new agreement. PRICES GOOD THURS.-FRI.-SAT., JAN. 19-20-21 As Thouwndf Cheer The Savings, We Inaugurate A Completely New Standard of Values With These Sensational Reduced Prices . . . Another Dramatic Example of Our Leadership in Helping You Make Your Dollars Go Further and Buy More! 'Where Shopping Is a Pleasure" Take Advantage of This Week's SUPER VALU Produce Special! The Wonderful Versatile Potato! Served Hot From the Oven, Topped With Melted Butter, Salt and Pepper or Fried a Golden Brown. For Real Meal Appeal There's Nothing Like Potatoes. For Value, Variety and Good Eating... U.S. No. T Nebraska WHITES TEXAS CRISP WASH. WINESAP FRESH LETTUCE 2 „„. 25e APPLES 3 £ 43c D'ANJOU PEARS u 19c CAULIFLOWER n ..-25c SQ. CUT LAMB FANCY U.S. CHOICE LAMB SALE ROUND BONE SO CUT LAMB i\v**i^«* «»wt^»» ^^ SHOULDER ROAST u. 39c .LAMB CHOPS L> 49c FANCY LAMB T-BONE CHOPS _u 95c MEATY LAMB ^ ^ SIRLOIN CHOPS L b 89c FANCY RIB ,, _ LAMB CHOPS,.,::,. u b 75c FANCY LAMB SHOULDER CHOPS..u. 45c ROAST LEAN GROUND LAMB PATTIES.,;„..*.49c FOR STIW LAMB RIBLETS...„..*. 35c LEG O' LAMB ROAST £?.... _. u 69c LEfi O* LAMB ,^, 79c .u. 3 <££ 59c HUNT'S TOMATO PASTE 2 t& 25c * HUNT'S TOMATOES HUNT'S TOMATOES IT. 3 C30 °° 49c * ADOLPHUS RICE... L , I9c FRESH . . . FRESHER BY FAR! GRADE "A" LARGE DOZ. FRESH WHITE TUNA STAR-KIST CHUNK STYLE BOXES OF 12 If A t AX REGULAR-JUNIOR-SUPER Kraft Miracle Whip 49 Bollard Biscuits " i ™ u "... 3 " r " 25' Playtex Baby Pants ' 2 • • 99 _ a • • A • • PLUS 10 ° EXTRA ^% Norwich Aspirin...!^^^ 2 100-COUNT BOTTLES STAR PAK (IMITATION) Potted Meat CAN .••WAy! COUPON FREE! 100 BLA S^M G P°S LD With Thij Coupon And Purchase Of NORWICH 100 COUNT ASPIRIN 2 BH, 59c COUPON EXPIRES JAN. 21 Pi'^fo^,WJ^\\\W&W COUPON FREE! 50 BLACK GOLD STAMPS With Thi« Coupon And Purehaie Of JUMBO PKG.. 79e VALUE NOTEBOOK PAPER 59c COUPON EXPIRES JAN. 21 COUPON FREE! 50 BLACK GOLD STAMPS With Thit Coupon And Purchase Of 50e SIZE NIFTY THEME BOOK 39c COUPON EXPIRES JAN. 21 Sfi/nsJA^ & i2 COUPON FREE! 50 BLACK GOLD STAMPS With Thil Coupon Anrf Purchase Of BUMBLE BEE RED SOCKEYE No. 1 AQf C«* ™t COUPON EXPIRES JAN. 21 SAIMOH 1 COUPON CHCC! CA BLACK GOLD rKtt: >U STAMPS Wifh Th« Coupon And Purchase Of -. 8-OZ. BOTTLE ^PINE-0-PiNE 37c i COUPON EXPIRES JAN. 21 Beef And Pork To Be Featured This Week At Markets By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Expensive cuts of beef and bargain cuts of pork are featured at many of the nation's supermarkets and neighborhood groceries this week. The slightly more numerous offerings of beef are mainly such cuts as rib roast, top or bottom round roast and a variety of steaks—rib. club, T-bone, sirloin and porterhouse. A few Midwest and Far West stores favor ground beef, while there are scattered specials on chuck roast and short ribs. Pork items, run more to loins ind the smaller picnic hams than to the more expensive hams and chops. Grain-fed beef, which yields the better cuts, is fairly plentiful just now while pork is still on the scarce side. Leg of lamb is the top Item in parts of the East and Midwest but poultry specials are few and far between, what with fryers up 2 to 10 cents a pound over a wide area. Fruit and vegetable bins show a good assortment of winter bargains. Best buys among vegetables are Danish, or white cabbage, endive, escarole, green onions from Arizona, mushrooms, peppers, parsnips where they're available from nearby stocks, Eastern potatoes, radishes, romatae lettuce and Hubbard and butternut squash. Medium size yellow onions remain an outstanding buy. Fruit experts recommend golden delicious apples as an outstanding buy. Other best bets are Macintosh and CorUand apples, cranberries, grapefruit, tangerines and limes. Secretary Has Good Reason To Wear Hat INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (API- Lois Melangton, an attractive blonde who works as a secretary in the Indiana Legislature, has good reason for wearing her hat while she types. The hat,'an impressive creation which can only be described as looking like a fuzzy green plant, attracted the attentkni of a visitor who wondered why she kept it on her head while working. "I wear it, because people keep trying to put out their cigarettes in it," Mrs. Melangton explained. TAGS OWN CAR LOCKPORT, N. Y. (AP) — Patrolman J. Paul Leyden is a policeman with courage perhaps above and beyond the cal! of duty. While ticketing automobiles for overtime parking, he spotted a familiar one — his own. His wife had parked it, and the meter read "Violation," so Leyden sadly shook his head and wrote out a ticket New Swedish Actress Is Unsure About Hollywood By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) — Ingrid Thulin, first of the Ingrnar Bergman troupe to be imported by iollywood, is a golden-haired beauty with some startling views on sex and Sweden, violence and Mlywood. This is all to the good. She speaks her mind. She is gorgeous. She can act up a storm. HoDy- wood needs her. But does she need Hollywood? 1 don't know if I like rt here," she said. "I go to work in the dark. I come home in the dark, ii Sweden I work at the studio from 9 to 5. That is more sensible. "I don't know if I like California secause I haven't seen mucb of Miss Thulin was Bergmarfs leading lady in "Wild Strawberries," "The Magician" and "Brink of Life.' MGM brought tier hwe star in "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse." Like it or no, she may be seeing much of California in the future. She nas more 31ms to do for MGM and is signed for five with the Mirisch Co. She is living at the Bel-Air Hotel with husband Harry Schein, a young businessman who remarked that "in Sweden Ingrid is paid less as an actress than my secretary." On a rare day off from shooting, Miss Thulin talked on such matters as: Americans—"I have never met such friendly, cheerful people. Here, courtesy is a way of life." Swedish vs. American films — "You have violence, we have sex. ! think I like tbe aex in film* better. "The lex fa put to strictly lor the export trade. It isn't for the Swedes; they are bored with sex. "There is a lot ol nude bathing in Swedish films for the South American market and other places that like to see it No, I have never done it; they know I won't" Inaugural float To Depict IBJ's Career WASHINGTON (AP) — Vice President-elect Lyndon Johnson's career will be depicted Friday in Texas' float in fte inaugural parade. The float's theme, "From the Lone Star to me Stars of Space," will portray transitions from the old frontiers of the ranch country where Johnson was born to the space age. The Texas State Society ot Washington will sponsor the float Three Texas beauties will tide on the float with its huge world revolving in space and circled by space ships and stars. The beauties will be MSB Martha Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Date Miller of Dallas; Catherine Cabell, daughter of Gen. C. P. Cabellf and Susan Rogers, daughter of Rep, Walter Rogers. Democrat of Pampa, Tex., and Mrs.. Rogers. '__. . _ ;>r|T| !—_ ., ..^ !The ancient Norsemen believed the mistletoe plant was sacred and must not touch the earth. Honey lane" warm coats priced to pamper your budget! Reg. Priced Up To '2198 10 Now Only 00 • Plaids • Tweeds • Colors Imagine, warm wools and woolens at this low, low price! Sears has lavished •II its flair for style on these coats... then priced them th* sensible Sears way to save. 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