The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 10, 1966 · Page 5
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 5

Baytown, Texas
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Thursday, March 10, 1966
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Thursday. March 10, 1966 *t» HENKE-PRICED MEANS LOWER PRICED touted hods STARK1ST LIGHT MEAT CHUNK TUNA ss- 29$ AUSTEX CHILI WITH BEANS 3 3 i$l AUSTEX TAMALES 4 ^ $1 HERSHEY INSTANT COCOA MIX & ». MARSHALL PORK AND BEANS 9 COFFEl KROGER MAYONNAISE jdade. whh the r*al »yg yolk r«e!p« HONEY BOY CHUM SALMON CHEF BOY AR DEE CHEESE PIZZA HUNGRY JACK PANCAKE MIX 2 3 MINUTE OLD FASHIONED OR QUICK OATS 2 •BORDEN FRUIT SHERBETS KROGER WHITE, YELLOW, DEVILS FOOD SPICE CAKE MIXES BORDEN'S ICE MILK Spe>ciel* good March 10-12, 1966. Right to limit re.«rve«* Prlctl plus tax wh*r* applicable. {Copyright) THE KROGER COMPANY 1966. VEGETABLE CRISCO SHORTENING Gives frt»«" tnlct*n and frcncfi film* • richer. golden brown. 80RDEN'* BUTTERMILK TEXSUN TOMATO JUICE ASSORTED OR WHITE SCOTTOWELS 35 GAL. CTK. SPOTLIGHT is or. BOXES INSTANT COFFEE 10 OZ. SIZE SALLO HEARTY BURGANDY POPULAR FLAVORS KROGER HOT DOG BUNS Mf 49t 4 19 OZ. 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SIZE 59< GREEN GIANT LESUEUR PEAS OR CORN NIBLETS 3 !f™95$ FROZEN GREEN GIANT BRUSSH SPROUTS GREEN PEPPERS 3™29t FRESH ** ^ * T CUCUMBERS 3»«29$ DAD A VAC HAWAIIAN T PAPAYAS „„ 39* TROPICALO T ORANGE DRINK ^ 39^ ROSES" 3 FOR $2.25 JOY SUDS M ^A«A.*f BUBBLE BATH ^: 27$ 50 FREE EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS With this coupon and porches* of 6 Packages. Kroger Regular or Instant PUDDINGS At H.nke's. Good March 10-12, 1966. 25 FREE EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS With this coupon ond purchase of 5!x 6 ox. cans Kroa,*r Frozen ORANGE JUICE At H*nk.'* Coed March 10-12, 1966 P SPHAGNUM PEAT MOSS DECORATOR BULLETIN i BOARD STEER MANURE icu. FT. 50 FREE EXTRA 5 TOP VALUf STAMPS With this coupon and purchai* of Two bott!** Cutax NAIL POLISH At H«nk*"« Good March 10-12,1966 84< 9 INCH SKILLET Enanralxi Cast Iron Do»co-War* A French SfyU Cookwar*. 2.49 WOMEN'S 100% COTTON TWILL STRETCH PANTS Buy a what* pant> weraVo!>* now for lumRwr of fun !n th* »un. Choo** freei smcri looking coprim sryliih Jamaica* end th« «v«r popular »urf«r. Beautifully tailored" in "olid Thomoion twill with t\i* zlpp*r and adjustable walitband. Th* Caprit com* (n mail*, mint, aquo, anc* pink* • .the surfer end {amoicos come in maize, mint oque, pink and whit*. JAMAlCAS CAPRIS-SURFERS WHY "AYJ3.00 WHY PAY J3.00 Available In «ire« 8 to 20. Dancer To Make final Appearance LONDON CAP) - A oaBcing British baioae making her first London appearance, but her titled husband said the public is seeing her undulating midriff for the last time. l After dancing for the public in 47 other countries, Lady Shitin Moymhan is performing for four weeks at the Pigalle, a. top West End night spot. Her husbacd, Antony Patrick Andrew Caitnes Berkeley !&>«. nihan, the third Ba«n MoynT f 0 . says shell retire when her ,400^-week contract expires. Lady MoynJhan, known pro- *essionally as Princess Amina. "The World's Most Exciting Woman." wanted to prove a point. Her late father-in-law, former chairman of the Liberal party maintained she should prove his son had not married a "cheap back street dancer" but a star capable of appearing in top night clubs. Her husband, who used to accompany her on the bongo drums, was at a front-row table Monday night when she made her debut oa the stage used before by such internationally own stars as Sammy Davis Jr. Lord Moynihan, 30. quit playing the bongo drums last May after his father died and he succeeded to the title. Lady Moynihan was bom Shirin Roshan Berry in Malaya 27 years ago. In 1958 she married Moynihan, who said at the time: "So-called friends who are supposed to represent the Establishment in this country have gone out of their way te be utterly offensive. They think I have let the British aristocracv down." "My father would have loved to see my wife appear in the West End," said the baron. "He was awfully fond of Shirin and know how it hurt him to think some people were derisive about her occupation." So each night for four weeks Lady Moynihan will put on her two-piece, gold-tasseled costume and become Princess Amina, the belly-dancing baroness. Decline In Milk Production Hay Not Be Curbed WASHINGTON CAP) — The Agriculture Department's economic research service savs there is little chanc e that last year's decline in milk production will be stemmed this year. Its report on the dairy situation said milk output this year may fall 2 per cent below the 125.1 billion pounds produced in 1965. Production last year xv; <= down 1.5 per cent from the 1064 record. This reduction in supplies is expected to be accompanied by further increases w the consumer price of milk and dairy products. The report blamed the downturn in milk production on high- returns available from producing meat animals, poor ffeiry feed conditions and favorable off-farm employment and economic opportunities for dairy larmers. "Similar conditions so far this year point to reduced milk production for 1965," the service said. The government is trying to halt this decline- The department has moved to prevent a seasonal price drop in producer prices of fluid milk sold in 72 federal milk order marketing areas. It also has asked White House approval of an increase in price supports for milk used for manufacturing purposes. Owner Contends Land Near LBJ Ranch Is 'Special 7 AUSTIN (AP)—Earl and Martha Sweeney say their land just across the Pedemales River from President Johnson's ranch isn't "ordinary farm land" and they ought to get more than S450 an acre if the state takes it away from them for a state park. The Sweeneys placed a quarter-page advertisement in today's editions of the two Fredericksburg weeklies. The editors said the ad would be published. Addressed to "felkw citizens," the advertisement asks: "Is it right to force people from their lifelong homes, causing them great financial loss and much mental distress in their old age?" Former Houstonians, the Sweeneys say they bought the 7<Hs-acre farm 3% years ago with the intention of living out their lives there. He is 71. She is 56. They say they have been offered as much as 54,000 an acre for some of their land. The state calls it ordinary 'arm land, Mrs. Sweeney said and added, "It's not ordinary 'arm land with Johnson right across the road." A 644-acre LBJ State Park be- ween U.S. 290 and Ranch Road : has been proposed by the three Texas Parks and WJMlife commissioners .

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