WAZOSPORT AND IRAZORIA COUNTY. TWAS. THURS., AUOUST 30. 19*2 THE BRAZOSPORT PACTS Editorial—Adv—BE 3-3511— Clarified—BE 3-2811 PAGE 9 For people who are serious about saving... Henkes Volume Values ' i A DIVISION OP THE KROGER CO. Kitchen Freih Carlton's Salads l-Lb. Cup Armour Star Turkey Hens .... Lb . LM 4 39 C "Chuck Steaks Lb 59 C Swift'j Premium Hostess Ham Ex L. aan *. 89° Ljionelrjit Beef Cubes Lb. 79 C We buy by the carload, truck-load on to you in the lowest possible and boatload. We pass our sav- prices consistent with Henlce high ings from these volume purchases quality. And you get Top Value Stamps, Henke Tender Trim Beef Roast Square Cut Shoulder •• Armour's Star & Swift's Smoked Ham Morreil Pride Canned Ham Jpr.e; Dairybrand Franks Whole or Shank Half «*& Lb. Cello Pack Embassy Salad Dressing Lone Star Beer 6 - 99' 6 Henke Mellorine = 3 * ^^^ Morton Cream Pies •-••••> 12-Oz. Gloss Cans Vz Gal. CMS. 29' 79' $100 39' • Dollar Day Values Kroger Freestone Peaches 5 3 S ni$ l 00 Kroger Applesauce 7 303 $10u Cans 1 Henke Whole Kernel Golden Corn 6 I2 £ n 00 Evaporated Kroger Milk Sill Renown Cut Green Beans 8 StarValue Fresh BlackeyePeas 8I~ $ I Alma Shoestring Potatoes 10 00 00 00 00 Morton Pot Piesvite" 4 Enchilada Dinners p ' Ho 79 C 39 C Fruit Drinks 'riv^lO ^T Juice Bars Minute Maid 3 Frozen Varieties 29 Purple Plums Washington State Per Lb. Big K Canned Beverag 8 Popular Flavors 12-Oz. Can Cocoanut Cake All Butler 55< StarValue Pears 4 00 Cheese Slices Starkist Tuna Chunk Style No. '/, Tin 29 C 29° StarValue Tomatoes 8 3 !LT Luncheon Meat Spam ......2.0,.T.» 39 C Beef Rounds K " K ' n 2 15 sS:39 c Coffee Ma ': e " House ... l-Lb. Tin ?r W\ u" COUPON Vf :V; 50 Extra Top Value Stamps with purchase of any site Krogtr Barbecue Sauce at Henke's- OHer eipirts Sapt. 1 COUPON < | 100 Eitra Tap inlu* Stamp* with purchait of Ground Beef 3 & \\ ot Henke'i. Offer c»« r-i Sep' ' [ r COVPOM SO Extra Tap Valu« Sumps with purchai* of Any Baseless Be«f Roasr or toneless Beef Cubes, 2 Lb. Tray t Henke's. Offer expires Scpr. 1 Conservation Of Water Is Rotary Topic C. M. Shigley of Lake Jackson, the industry member of the Texas Water Pollution Control Board, addressed the Frceport Rotary Club recent meeting. He discussed the need for water conservation, the increasing problems of waste disposal and the provisions of the new Texas Water Pollution Control Act. Shfgley emphasized the dependence of population and industrial growth on the supply of good water, and told of the need to maintain high standards of water quaj- h'ty for use and re-use. He said i that the volumes of municipal and | industrial wastes which had to i be disposed of daily were increas- [ing as a result of population and I industrial growth, and represent- ied an increasing threat to water supplies. He told of the new Texas law which established the Water Pollution Control Board, and briefly outlined the activities of the board. Under the new Texas Pollution Control Jaw, disposal of any waste into surface or underground waters after Nov. 1, 1962 wiU require a permit from the Board. Since permits will describe the nature, volume and points of discharge of wastes, the Board will have an inventory of wastes from all sources which will serve as starting point for corrective measures. George Whittinglou, Rotary vice president, presided In the absence of Waiford English, attending a Rotary Institute at Pasadena. Hospital Plans Reviewed By Sweeny Board A Sweeny Hospital Board meet- ins- wns held this week in the office of the Sweeny - Old Ocean Telephone Company with nine members of the board present. The purpose of the meeting was -to,,review every . aspect of the plans for the proposed Community Hospital for which the worlnng drawings are now in the final stages. Reviewing the plans with the Board were representatives of the Wyatt Hedrick architectural firm and David DeBacker. The latter's services had been acquired by the Board to assist with selection of interior lay-outs and equipment for the hospital. The cooling system, lighting, and communication systems were discussed briefly by various members of the Board, but on the whole, the group approved the plans as presented. Bernard Daujberg, representing the architectural firm, said that the working drawings and specifications would be ready by Sept. 15, at whic-h time his firm would dispatch a copy to Austin for necessary approval by the proper State agency. Plans were also made for a committee of the local board and representatives of the linn to meet with the State agency in Austin four or five days following their receival ot the plans in or- final action before the plans are sim jo t(D«JsB .Ci9.\9 juap oj jap put out for bids. The tentative schedule is to present the plans and specifications to contractors by Oct. 1, and the date for receiving bids to be set around the first week in November Electricity From Heat Scientists say the Ureimionic generator, which converts heat directly into electricity', will become increasingly important on earth as well as in space. 113 fuel can be the intense heat inside a nuclear reactor or focused rays of the sun. Dr. Retort \V. Pidd of General Atomics Division, General Dynamic's Corp., predicts the first important use of the generators will come from teaming thermoin- ir cells with nuclear - powered plants generating electricity. Tney ivill produce current from temperatures ranging frnm 3,000 to 6,000 degrees Fahrenheit and boost plant efficiency hy as much as one-third. Later, nuclear-powered thermi- onic units may provide electricity for space vehicles and ocean vessels. Help Keep Our BEACHES CLEAN!
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