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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 7 November 1978
PHARMACY Columbus-1400 Walnut St. Brenham-2211 S. Day Maalox Plus TABLETS Savings Center I Ladies Personal Touch RAZOR 'Personal wSoucH■ RAZOR 14 Oz. (Limit One) «r«8UHMMWlS Limit 2 Schick Milt WAIHSIC >*Wn Brenham & Columbus Only 1.09 METAMUCIL POWDER *2.69 ASCRIPTIN AD 100'$ j « „ Sale Price AYDS CANDY 24 Oz. $Ol9 Sale Price Arthritis Strength BUFFERIN ....For Temporary Relief Of Arthritis Pain 100 Count Btl. sr Schick Plus Platinum INJECTORS EXCEDRIN Extra Strength $039 100 Count Bottle 15 Count Pkg. $279 EXCEDRIN P.M. tegidi rain rata * raw* * -B-csa? JSXS ■sas? "2?^ TEGRiN B MEDICATED il SHAMPOO 6.6 Oz. Btl. $049 POUDENT DENTURE CLEANSER TABLETS 84'S t +12 FREE 1 99 Night Time Pain Relie' $209 50 a Bottle DATRIL 500 Extra-Strength 99 24 Ct. Bottle 72 Ct. Bottle \ u -i xB ■ 1 50 ct. S 1 fiQ Bottle i 4-WAY NASAL SPRAY Regular or Mint 1 Oz. Spray Bottle $003 Nytol FOR SAFE FIESTFUL SLEEP 32 Ct. f* f 189 QfA ANTIFUNGAL CI Wv SPRAY POWDER Kills Jock Itch fungi Relieves its it...
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 7 November 1978
a Rath SLICED BACON 1 Lb. Pkg. $159 SLICED BOLOGNA Rath 12 Oz. Pkg. *1^ $J29 $J39 SLICED SALAMI Rath Lb. LUNCHEON MEAT Rath 12 Oz. Pkg. Oscar ftkpr Beef FRANKS Lb. Pkg. *149 Rath Feef FRANKS 12 Oz. Pkg. 99* I Si Sunshine State H ORANGE JUICE g| Van Camp PORK N' BEANS 12 Oz. Can 79* 3 300 QQ* CansO%J Wesson OIL 24 Oz. $109 Btl. 1 Miracle CHEER Miracle Light Crust CORNBREAD MIX 6 P$ 5 ; 1 Blackburn Made SYRUP 40 0z. Bottle !1' Piilsbury BISCUITS 5 Cans J1 Cut Beans Whole Corn Sweet Peas Rose Dale 7 303 M* J Cans OJ CLOROX BLEACH APPLE FILLING SLICED APPLES Lucky Leaf Lucky Leaf Macaroni Campbell's No 1 CHICKEN NOODLE ca, AM SOUP 1 Lucky Leaf LEMON FILLING Lucky Leaf PEACH FILLING Lucky Leaf CHERRY FILLING & Cheese DINNER 7H Oz. Box Light Crust FLOUR I 25 Lbs s$3295u,S69' Kleenex TOWELS $ Mariana , TISSUE 4 Roll Pkg. 89'
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 7 November 1978
andra Savings Center # Ideas! . Wenzel No. 1245 ZEBCO COMBINATION ncludes 202 Reel & 4020 Rod 99 Wenzel SLEEPING BAGS No. 40015 $1 O88 7 No. 3490 ZEBCO COMBINATION Includes 33 Reel & 6100 Rod $2J88 TREATMENT STP OIL Treatment $109 No. BC-808 Booster Be Ready For Cold Weather * fl 3D* ~j_ i- i~i BankAmericard V754 ♦co 1§j Ensign BINOCULARS By Bushnell No. 13-7353 $0099 CABLES 99 Emergencies T Sterna LOGS a 99* 1 Case (6 Ea.) $fj79 B S12A708 mmm 2 Per PKg Coleman Catalytic HEATER 3500 BTU No. 512A708 29" ]\ No. 513A708 3000 5000 BTU Dial Temperature $3999 Coleman MANTLES 2-89c 425E Coleman Double Mantle LANTERN No. 220J195 *$0188 21 2-Burner CAMP STOVE No. 425E499 SO/188
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 7 November 1978
KM— Savings Center Prices Good Dec 6 - 12 Tree Decoration FIGURINES Many Decorations To Choose From For Your Tree Reg. Sale Reg. Sale 39c 89' 59* ' Handy Things ChristmasS -r "TREE 1 STANDS $399 >6« Papercratt wrapping nra and BOWS No. 58 12 Ea. Package Bows Reg. J2.09 Wrapping Paper Christmas LIGHTS 1 Papercraft For Packages To And From Tags ORNAMEN HANGERS 88 c 88 88 25 Light Outdoor Set !??.'..! 688 No. 5100FF IDO Light 5 Way $ Blinking Set 3 £ N35FF 35 Light Double Flashing *129 Push In Replacement BULBS... 25 No. cm Replacement BULBS. 49' TfT CHRISTMAS TREES With Lights. Perfect For $049 The Office or Table CHRISTMAS TREES 4 Ft. Colorado Spruce 6 Ft. Colorado Spruce 7 Ft. Colorado Spruce 7% Ft. Colorado Spruce
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 7 November 1978
andra ALL MODELS See The New "Action" Models TESTORS PAINTS Spray 3.2 Oi. m\c Fisher Price RIDING HORSE Ages 1-3 Sid 99 Tomy CHUBBY CHOPPER Ages l%-3% $ 1199 TRICYCLE 'For The Little Rider' -An All Time Favorite- io" 516" 12- J1888 16" '1888 By Kenner STRETCH ARMSTRONG Ages 5 And Up Horseman BABY SOFTSKIN Drinks Wets Washable 11 * ideal SNUGGLES Ages 3 And Up $1199 11 Similar To Illustration By Mattel No. 9720 SUPER STAR $699 BARBIE STARCYCLE $>188 No. 2149 H
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 7 November 1978
IdySays..." Mfl These are the men who own Village Homes. Their nan Donald Dempsey and Eddie Dyer. These people showed us our new home. They can find the one you want, too! % * Austin In 35 US 183 NB Whrte Everybody in the office sure was nice! These people helped process our loan and found us some good insurance MOBILE HOMES 9 Member Some of these groups brought us our home The lady made sure everything was the • we wanted itf A //V All Village Homes are certified as being manufactured to meet U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development construction and safety^standards. the way sJH
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 7 November 1978
"My Dadd 1 ft.?. My daddy said the home he wanted had to be built good. Here's what he looked for. rSi - V 4 I i Special insulation bonus package to keep me and my baby sitter warm in the winter and cool in the summer without costing so much money. i Energy-efficient 30 gallon gas water heater so we never run out of hot water. i Copper wiring in the whole house to keep us safe. And breakers instead of fuses. i All exterior walls have 2x4 studs every 16 inches, and the floors have 2 x 6 joists every 16 inches too. That makes our house really V strong. My mommy said she had to have a house with plenty of storage space, and a bright pretty kitchen with name brand appliances. I like the carpets 'cause she says they're so durable me 'n Rover can walk all over them. And she doesn't spend all day washing the special linoleum. It stays shiny all by itself and that's good 'cause she can spend more time with me. Daddy also said he wouldn't buy our house from just anyone. He said our house had...
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 7 November 1978
Emerging Lifestyles ... Manufactured Homes Mean Freedom, Security, Convenience "Lifestyle" it an increasingly relev- ant term in the home buyer's lexicon Just as we're becoming more aware of bow we dress, entertain and spend our leisure time, we also are buying homes to suit our personal lifestyles. And be- cause we are conscious that our homes express who we are and what we value most, more and more of us are choosing manufactured housing to express our in- dividuality and to satisfy our needs for freedom, security and convenience. Manufactured housing today accounts for 85 percent of all homes being built for under $20,000. The reasonable costs means that increasing numbers of young couples, older Americans, and low and middle income home buyers can choose a home to fit their personal lifestyles and incomes. For the owner of a site-built home, spring and summer usually mean it's time to paint the shutters or work on the roof — or both. Family weekend out- ings. even a vacation, ma...
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 7 November 1978
Mobile Homes Dominate Economical Housing Market Mobile homes now dominate the low-cost new home market because of the economies made possible through factory production, according to Quick Facts, an annual publication of the Manufactured Housing Institute. The industry will produce some 295,000 units in 1978, the report said, and at that pace will be at a 350,000-unit level by 1980, the highest level since 1974. The suppliers to the mobile/manufac- tured housing industry are now selling more than $2 billion of material, supplies and services. By 1980, the MHI estimates, that figure will swell to $3 billion. Other highlights of the report are: • The average sale price of site-built homes in 1977 was $48,800, the average mobile manufactured home price was $15,200. • Twenty-four percent of all homes built in 1977 were mobile homes. • Sixty-seven percent of all homes under $35,000 sold in 1977 were mobile units. As far as location and ownership was concerned, the report showed that: • T...
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 7 November 1978
MORTGAGE AMERICA Announces New, Higher Loan Limits For Veterans George Aubin, President of Mortgage- with no down payment to veterans who the like as part of the overall loan, america Corporation, today announced qualify." The higher limit loans are available on the availability of higher limit VA loans Aubin went on to state that similar single or double wides which are to be on mobile homes. "As of right this mi- financing can be arranged for the placed on property the veteran owns or nute" he said, "we can lend up to appliance "package": washer, dryer, leases or in an approved mobile home $35,000 for 15 years for a mobile home refrigerator, air conditioning system and park. Freight and set-up can also be in- cluded in the loan Mortgageamenca a down FHA fmaac. chasers The compa ing mobile home Fi 20 states. •„ • m ■f \\i nVV iL )r m It. • i ! ! \ 1 ■h i Vm #*XX*JCXJ(.XX.XX.*.XXXXX.XX.XX.X.XXXX SOOCX. XXX-XXXJCXV.X.X. XX*.*. Kxx.xy.xx.xx.xxxxxxxxx xxxxx.xy.xxx.xxx>cxK xx yx ^xx ...
Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 7 November 1978
Redman Firm Has Built 300,000 Affordable Homes Building affordable homes has been a way of doing business for over 40 years for Redman Homes, Inc., a leading manufactured housing firm that began in the industry in 1937. The company has built more than 318,000 homes. Redman, headquartered in Dallas, operates manufactured housing plants in 16 locations from coast to coast. In addi- tion, the company is represented by re- tailers in almost every state. Each Redman plant offers a variety of floor plans and decors from which a buyer may choose. According to the plan selected, the home can have two, three or four bedrooms, living room with wall-to-wall carpeting and coordi- nated draperies, kitchen complete with refrigerator and range, abundant cabinet and closet space, den or family room, -J , / > bath and dressing rooms, and many fea- tures often found only in much higher- priced luxury homes. All Redman homes are built to meet or exceed industry standards and comply with federal and...
Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 7 November 1978
Affordable Housing... An Idea Whose Time Has Come Help has arrived for home buyers who have reluctantly concluded that since a man's house is his castle it must cost a king's ransom. Houses don't just come as 2x4's and kegs of nails that have to be built on-site by carpenters. There is another, less expensive way to build and own a good home. Manufactured housing is an increas- ingly attractive alternative that is mak- ing inroads into the American housing market, spurred not only by the in- creased demand for housing but also by the need that most middle income Americans have for living space they can afford. Manufactured housing is not new. According to Walter Benning, President of the Manufactured Housing Institute in Washington, D.C., a two-story prefab- ricated, panelized frame dwelling was shipped in 1694 from London to Cape Ann, Massachusetts where it stood for over 50 years. Moviegoers will recall that Captain Rafer Hoxworth brought a manufactured house from New England for ...
Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 7 November 1978
Sratrn,.^S®<SM Slnlntty Release Week of Dec. 7-13,1978 Dn ru ☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆ € Ann-Margret is a sDeciJ Rockette whose career stretches from 1932 to the present in "Rockette: A Holiday Tribute to the Radio City Music Hall." Thursday. Dec. 14 on NBC. Riteway Wood Burning Stoves Want to save money this winter and every winter from now on? RITEWAY- Since 1937 $350 Model 2000 * —I ITS TEXAS 750 WEST TRAVIS. LA GRANGE. TEXAS 78M5. (713-MMHtt 1 Located in La Grange PtamHng Mdg.
Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 7 November 1978
ciaeMMH'.- SSs^ Page 8 TV Week Dec. 7,1978 imuimwrnm* 11:00 ©®EL HUO OE ANGELA MARIA ©EMERGENCY ONE! Cap- tain Hook" The boys at Station 51 overdo their enthusiasm for a going-away party for their stern captain. 11:30 O DICK CAVETT (B POLICE WOMAN Pepper is assigned to transport a key witness in an underworld figure's trial to safety. 12:00 OQ(DQ@ TOMORROW O @ PTL CLUB (D® NEWS © IRONSIDE 12:25 0 3) O © KOJAK "Justice Deferred" Kojak's investigation of an 18-year-old murder case leads him to a wealthy con- struction firm owner. (R) 12:30 O QQ CAPTIONED ABC NEWS (0 ® night gallery "The Flip Side Of Satan" a ruthless disc jockey finds the tables turned on him. 12:37 © S.W.A.T. "The Running Man" An undercover agent whose testimony sent a "godfather" to prison is sen- tenced to death by the underworld. (Part 1 of 2)(R) 1:00 0 NEWS 0® MOVIE ** "Under- cover Girl" (1951) Alexis Smith, Gladys George. A policewoman struggles to capture her father's murderer and becomes involved with a drug ...
Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 7 November 1978
— m Raymond Burr (right) and Ted Shackelford star as a lawyer an his assistant who give wrongfully impris- oned people a chance to prove their innocence in "The Jordan Chance." on "The CBS Tuesday Night DEC. 12 Dec. 11. DAYTIME MOVIES 900 ©$i ** % "Thunder In The East" (1953) Alan ladd. Deborah Kerr A band gvt attempts to help relieve ten- sions after a man setts gun* to a Maharajah 11:00 Q 3£ * * ■ "The Great impersonation' (1942) Ralph Bellamy Evelyn Ankers When an English diplomat « found unconscious in Berlin • Ger- man officer assumes his identi- ty 3:00 09 * * * "The Long Ships' (1964) Richard Wtdmark. Sid- ney Poitier A Viking falls In, love while searching tor the Golden Bell of St James EVENING flOO e a gd o ® a m © NEWS (I&NEWLYWEOGAME O NBC NEWS O © OVER EASY Guest Pulitzer Pr tie-winning writer, director and producer Josh Logan. O TEN WHO OARED Henry Morton Stanley By an epic 999-day tourney m the 1870's. Stanley, the only white survi- vor. proved the Congo was not p...
Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 7 November 1978
Page 2 TV Week Dec. 7,1978 DAYTIME 5:00 O ptl club 6:00 o not for women only © ® new zoo revue 0 impact (thu) (d this week in galves- ton (fri) (d sorting it out (mon) 03 contempoftue) 0 hola amigos (wed) 0 black outlook (thu) 0 turn on (fri) 0 the show (mon) 09 kids are people too (tue) 09 viva houston (wed) 6:15 0 3) cartoons 6:25 © CLASSROOM (THU) 0 SAN ANTONIO ILLUS- TRATED (TUE) 6:30 q this day o ® today in san anto- nio q cd farm and ranch report O® DOLLY (THU) O ® MARTY ROBBINS (FRI) O® DEL REEVES (MON) O ® PORTER WAGONER O 34 NASHVILLE ON THE ROAD (WED) 0 0 CENTER FOR OPEN LEARNING (THU. FRI) © ® MANNA (THU) © ® LIFE IN THE SPIRIT WON © ® PRACTICAL CHRIS- TIAN LIVING (TUE) 0D ® CHARISMA (WED) 0 CBS NEWS 0 CLASSROOM (WED, FRI) 0 ANIMALS ANIMALS ANI- MALS (THU) 8) PLAYMATES / SCHOOL- MATES (FRI) 8) VIVA ALEGRA (MON) ® VEGETABLE SOUP (WED) 6:35 O TOWN AND COUNTRY 6:45 0 ® GOOD DAYI O NEWS o 69 A M WEATHER (MON- WED) 6:55 0 NEWS © HENRY B. GONZALEZ (TUE, THU) 7:00 I ® O ® TODAY ...
Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 7 November 1978
Daytime, Continued O electric company (r) © ® krofft superstars © newlywed game 5:00 Q0 S)0(D news q © andy griffith o ® my three sons o hogan's heroes O £d electric company <R) o sesame street © ® bewitched © mary tyler moore © live at five 5:25 O business report (mon) 5:30 &q i nbc news q (2<j sanford and son q(to cbs news Dec. 7,1978 TV Week Page 3 O & I DREAM OF JEANME O 23 ZOOM (R) © ® BEVERLY HILLBILLIES © © ABC NEWS Cartoon sensation, the Pink Panther, undertakes a new roie - a department-store Santa - for his first prime-time special, "The Pink Panther's Christ- mas," Thursday, Dec. 7 on ABC. DEC. 7 In rvJ —H DAYTIME SPECIALS 930 0 <S) O © DECEMBER MAGAZINE Sharron Lovejoy examines the economic value 01 full-time homemakers and reports on 12-year-old Peter Boat, a ballet dancer. 3:00 O GD O JPJEY WEDHAWK Th , bOyS,,/peet Emma, a woodland' recluse: who tries unsuccessfully to break Mr Harker's fever (Part 4 of 5) DAYTIME MOVIES 9:00 © *#•* Walk A Crooked Mile...
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Page 6 TV Week Dec. 7,1978 ■KE9EKSS of music. (R) OffiQ GREAT PERFOR- MANCES "Live From Lincoln Center" Charles Wadsworth directs the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, with a program of works by Beetho- ven, Brahms and Mendelssohn. 5:00 Q ® © NEWS © © AMERICAN LIFESTYLE CD IN SEARCH OF... 5'30 OX© CBS NEWS CD © LAWRENCE WELK "Top Songs Of '70s" (E) NEWS 6:00 qo dos world of disney Christmas At Walt Disney World" Mime artists Shields and Yarnell are hosts for a holiday special from Dis- ney World with guests includ- ing Andrea McArdle and Dan- ielle Spencer q 3$ jimmy swaggart Q j O QD 60 minutes offlthe long search "Loose Ends" Host Ronald Eyre takes stock of his own attitudes in light of the series. O once upon a classic "Secret Garden: There Is No One Left" Young orphan Mary Lennox is sent to live with her eccentric uncle, who leaves her with the servants © © santa claus IS comin' to town Fred Astaire narrates this animated tale delving into the mysteries of Kris Kringle, a...
Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — The Bastrop County Times — 7 November 1978
Mt i) EYES OF TEXAS 8 ® IN SEARCH Of a SPECIAL Sovwt Aff>jr<4y i Myth' Retired Gen- eral John Smgtaub U S Sena- tor Barry Goktwatw Gongrest. man PtWI Crane and others discus* per** of US mattery MtknM) ano maun* Corn mumst buildup OS) SLACK PERSPECTIVE ON THE NEWS Mod Chuck Stone 8 NEXT STEP BEYOND WORU) WAR 01 DIARY ' Return To The Ptufcppine* r*o oo *ow chips High Explosives' Jon uses fMS 0(1- ch/ty rodeo hobby to help a lonely juvenile offender O m maverick "Three Queens Full O D SPECIAL A Cosmic Christmas' An animated holi- day K>«cial in which a boy encounters three visitors f'om another work) O CD rhooa O 0D the prisoner It s Vow Funeral' The Prisoner ts tricked into discovering an assassination plot © jf gllley's place ® © rudolph s shiny new year Rudolph the red- nosed ramdear comes to the rescue whan Happy. She Baby New Year, turns up missing 7:15 o austin city limits 'Johnny Rodriguez / Linda Hargrove Selections include "Ridin My Thumb To Menico and "Blue Jean Oua...