The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 19, 1961 · Page 17
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 17

Baytown, Texas
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Thursday, January 19, 1961
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ihurtd«y, January 19, 1941 These prices good Bay town only, Thun., Sot., Jan. 19-21 ... Wt mtrvc th« right to limit SPRED OLEO . COFFEE FOR SPREAD FOR COOKING IB. SPECIAL BLEND «. PKG. Koasttd in our own plant for fine flavor. Scaled In Plyofilm Lined lags for Fr«hnes« PILLSBURV LB. BAG ENRICHED FLOUR ffff U.S.D.A. Grade A CllllS LARGE Doz. 13 47 39 53 c MIRACLE WHIP UNA N ° Pork'NBoons 3 "i" HOMEFOLK Cream Peas 2 Everb«» 12>Ox. A A. Sweet Jar ATC Minute 25c ?efM e ? pple "™ Ld -^ 23C Ghef1ClnS Pineapple Juice £* 27c Orange Juice p'4 25c Preserves SSS7 12 ; 0z 33c Orange Juice ST....!^ 49c Purex Bleach % M, 35c Qf 49* Sarah Lee S88SS-..* 75c Ice Cream MLWHT v> GO,. 57c 95 ( Trend Soap Powder 1«» 39c 'DISTINOUrtHID' — Herbert Hoover Huffman (•bove), wanted for th. torture BUT* d«r of hii common-law wtf • in Chicago to 19W, enjoy*! the distinction at being aa the FBF* "Ten Most Wanted" Hit only 11 d»j» till b» WM nabbed la Peean Divinity c ^ TB oT SI 29c Jelly Beans M.LO.SWHT... . u Malted Milk Ballc Chocolate Milk , cm* „ 30e Graham Crackers SUNSHINE ' ib. 35c Saltlne Crackers PREMIUM.. ..i u. 29c 29c Spice Drops MIL-OIW.^ u iA*23c Bar-B-QDinnerTAT.O IWH. 69e Apple Sauce Cookies^ SHNI 45« Crent* Sandwich HA J', s i c o 0 ...iu.43c picnics AGAR SELECTED QUALITY Ib. Can 189 Texas Delegation Walks Tightrope On Special Vote WASHINGTON (AP) —Members of Texas' Congressional delegation must walk a tight rope to deciding whom to wpport publicly in the state's forthcoining special election to pick a wc- cessor to former Sen. Lyndon B. Johnson. r Two of their number are among the principal Democratic entries in the race. These are Sen. William Blakley, the interim successor to Johnson, and Rep. Jim Writfit of Fort Worth. The lone Republican in the state's 24-member delegation. Rep. Bruce Alger of Dallas say« he'll do all he can to help John Tower, Wichita Fans, a GOP entrant. Rep. John Dowdy of Athens, chairman of the Texas delegation, sizes up the dilemma confronting him and his Lone Star state colleagues with these diplomatic words: "Everyone is vitally interested and we hope the best man will be elected. All I will say is that I hope the people of Texas will carefuly look over the qualifications of all the men before they vote. That's their duty both to Texas and the nation." Dowdy also observed that he Sand the others in the delegation will have to work with the winner. Cheddar Cheese S s c cEONS1 V,, English Muffins «"" ( 2 * Lunch Meals Kosher Pickles MANHATTAN D LL 65c 39c Memll Prld* «ORMEL or AGAR LOAF or SPICED Lb. BARREL JAR 59c Braunschweiger Boiled Ham f^r Processed Cheese or SANDWICH SPREAD . ..8-Oi. SUCED 59c 59 < Yillant "900" Caloric Control 69c S-Oi. Powder Plain or Chocolate IOBBY TOIACCO DEPT. R. J. ALLEN Perferto Cigars 2.88 R.q. 3.15 IOX OF 50 5 FOR 29e [B Ull FLO UJ ER - 14 FLORIDA TANGERINES 10c •k |t) • M • Washington Fancy Red 10« Delicious Apples -•— ^ ive Red Tulips or Rubber Plant P : 1.69 Juicy Texas Oranges 5 - 39c HlETREtBL LIQUID uniinps C Bulk Fresh Turnips 2 - 15c Ruby Red Grapefruit 3 ™ 29c Cole Slaw or Salad Mix »> 19c FRESH Tomatoes nonda *. 19c Atomic hergy Head To Go Into Banking LOS ANGELES (AP)-John A. McCone, retiring chainnan of the Atomic Energy Commission, is joining fte beard of directors oJ Flrstemerica Corp., a bank holding company. Prior to his AEC appointment. McCone was a director of the California bank, a Firstamerica subsidiary. His AEC resignation is effective this Friday and the directorship is effective Jan. 31. a Firstamerica spokesman Mid Monday. Sheep And Lambs On Feed Totai 191,000 AUSTIN (AP)-'Hie Texas Crop and Livestock- Reporting Service said today the number of sheep and lambs on feed for market totaled 191,000 head Jan. 1. This figure compares with 200.000 head a year earlier and 150,000 head Nov. 1. The service said Panhandle wheat pastures have provided abundant feed for sheep and lambs being traded this winter. Oat pastures in many sections were set back by army worms. An English Quaker, Abraham Darby, made the use of coal coke in iron production commercially successful in 1709, and thus laid the foundation for development ol the world's metals industries. 6-8 OZ. CANS! CHOICE OF FLAVORS Reg. 3.11 Bottle of 100 Ronsonol Lighter Fluid 15c 29e Siw 4-Oz. Can... CLEARANCE! Misses Blouses VALUES TO 3.96 Roll-up, puih-up «nd long «leev» »tyl»i in printi and lolidt. Wovtn and novelty patfernt. nd 60 GAUGE, 15 DENIER , ^^ Nylon Hosiery 2 00 «0. *»c POKER OR IRID6E Bicycle Cards ^ 49c C««iittr IW WAITIR HAttlftH, « «t.»«Ki, ANO MAlf •• • 1 . H*. SALE! Misses Sweaters 1.97 fern Ion Slipms MEG. 2.97 Nyta Ntvtltin REG. 2.97 Innhed Orter. * Silent REG. 3.00 •«n Un Canlif«n» ?'t 2.97 "AervlU Fib«r VAiUlS 4 AA TO $.n «»»^ Sale! Misses f Tapered Slacks I 97 SAVE 2.97 VALUE Polished cotton bedford cord*, SIZES 10-20. 72*90 CANNON Blankets 3.99 SPIAKS K>t U.$.-Swi» Am- b»s»«ttor Dr. \Valt*r BoMl (above) is shown in HIVMM xfter ukin« ov«r U.S. break tt» n\ t

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