The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 10, 1966 · Page 11
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 11

Baytown, Texas
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Thursday, March 10, 1966
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Thursday, March 10, 1966 11 THURS., FRI., SAT. 0JU11 &'-i'-rT\v ?, DAILY 9-9 THURS.. FRL, SAT. A Division of the S, S. Kresge Company Vfith over 900 Kresye., K mart and Jupiler Stores. Domestics at Dynamic Discounts 3 Days Only! SOLID AND STRIPE CANNON® TOWELS AT SAYINGS! Barh Towels Solid & Stripe Face Towels Solid & Stripe Washcloths Solid & Stripe 44 28 14 'iiT^tf,r, nVjy.i'^t^T "Holiday" striped and "Essex" solid color cotton terry. 15x25" face towels, 22x44" bath towels, 12x12" washcloths. Many colors. Sew for Spring With These Color-brighf DRIP-DRY "MARDl GRAS" COTTON PERCALE PRINTS EXIBA HEAVY... SOLID FIBERGLAS® GLASS DRAPES 2.97 Charge If! Fiberglas* glass is washable and no-iron. Full width, 10- inch pleats to pair. Pleated top 50" wide per pair. In 84" and 63" lengths. Save at K mart $jOwens-€om!ng Rberalas Corp. TIER STYLE CURTAIN SETS A. Fine drip-dry cotton per- caie in a selection o: floral, novelty prints. Also combed cotton broadiloth print. AH 36 , 45" widths. Charge it! 4 97 Charge It SALE! NEW FABRICS FOR SPRING "Impcr:si." 42". 4V" prints; 36", 43" uash 'n wear prints and combed cotton sports- 3 97 ~,l ??> - oSU ' * •!. • 41 AYR1L® RAYON RAYON CHALLIS COTTON BROAD- TIER CURTAIN TIER CURTAIN CLOTH TJERS 1.78 f r. 84x36". White, champagne, olive, melon. ®F-M.C. Corp. TM. Matching Valance . . 86c !./»„. 1.78 , r . Fringe trimmed. 58" wide by 36" Ruffle and fringe long. M etching 54x11" Valance . . 1.07 trimmed. Matching 54x10" Valance LINED DACRON® TIER CURTAIN 2.87 p. Flocked AvrIP RAYON TIERS 2.44 ^ COTTON POPLIN TIER CURTAIN 2.44 ^ Pocron* polyester W r , - , ,-, , - _. . , , ^ } white flocking Our regular 2.64. Ninon lined, on solids. 58x36" 35x36" panel. VPTiite and pastel pair Withva . Color choice. colors - lance to match. Matching in_i t •« ir—i -. /vXII TQlOtlCe (Sou Pent TM. Matching Voloncs 1J7 ®F.M.C. Corp. TM. A. SOFT BED PILLOW ^ Bed piliow is 20x26" finished size, in ^B a feather-and-!oam blend of 50 f c chicken feathers, 5CKe shredde polyfoam. B. DECORATOR PILLOWS Button styles ... in solid color rayon damask, hammered rayon satin and in striped, so!id rayon taffeta. Kapok filled. ,-,, j C. DECORATOR PILLOWS Square (13x15x2") rayon jacquards, cot- ^B'**" ton damasks . . . with kapoks-fill; and rounds (13x2" or 16x16") in rayon acetate. m PACKAGE of TWELVE SHOWER CURTAIN RINGS r c Charge If Sale priced, 3 days only, pkg. of 12 assorted colors shower curtain rings. D. URETHANE FOAM 1x13x24"; 2x18x12"; 2x24x12" 34 84 URETHANE FOAM FLAKES 22 &L LONG SPOLDING RUBBER RIFLE CARTRIDGES BASKETBALL Charge It 38 tROSSMAN" REPEATER BB SLIDE ACTION AIR RIFLE 1,92 3 Days Only Charge It! 7.87 Approx. 1-lb bag of Nationall y advertised brand! Endorsd by Jerry Lucas! Of- Box of 50 copper plated 22 ficial size and weight. Ex- long rifle cartridges. 3 Days! cusive "tough-to-scuff'l per- Limit 2 Boxes. malite cover. Charge It. shredded foam . . . odorless, non-alkrgenic. Heavy-duty full 9/16 precision-drawn solid steel barrel. Built-in visible loading magazine . . . single shot or repeat loading up to 22 BBs. Post front sght, adjustabe leaf-type rear sight. Pistol grip. E,: BIG SELECTION OF HANDY PLASTIC HOUSEHOLD FTEMS Our Regular 77c Each 3 Days Only! For Bucket of sponges, dish pan. utility tub, laundry basket, tissue dispenser, refrigerator containers, vegetable bins, toilet brush/holder, waste basket cake dish, 3-pc. bowl set, others. Colors. CANNON® THERMAL BLANKETS A. 72x90" thermal blanket is 60 % rayon, 6% acrylic fiber, 34% cotton .. . with 4" acetate binding. 21/4-lb. weight. Many colors. 2 97 SCULPTURED COLONIAL SPREAD B. Woven sculptured colonial. All-cotton •with three sides fringed. In decptone colors and •R-hire. Fuil and twin sizes. 4 99 DELUXE COTTON CHENILLE BEDSPREAD C. Good-looking "Fleur De Lis" pattern cotton chenille. Twin and double sizes with 3 sides fringed. In white and paste! colors. 3 99 BAYTOWN 1S01 N. P RUETT STREET K MART PLAZA OPEN DAILY 9 ci.rn. to 9 pjn. ALWAYS FREE PARKING BUNDLE OF 6 DISHCLOTHS 74* 14x1 V heavy grade, waffle- weave cotton dishcloths in bright, kitchen plaids. Save now and charge it; BAYTOWN 1801 N PRUETT STREET K MART PLAZA Glaucoma Tests Administered To 553 Baytonians Free glucoma tests were administered to 533 resident* of Baytowu and surrounding areas. 35 years of age and over, oa Feb. 27 and March 6, from 2 to 5 pan. The Glaucoma Screening Program was sponsored by the Houston Gulf Coast Branch of the Texas Society for the Prevention of Blindness and tb* Women's Auxiliary to the East 3arris County Medical Society, a conjunction with Gulf Coast hospital and the San Jacinto Methodist Hospital. The tests were administered >y Baytown ophthalmologists serving as a public service. During the two screenings 41 persons were found to have an increased pressure within their eyes and were referred for further medical examination. Increased pressure in the eye ball is one of the early danger signals of the blinding eye disease — glaucoma. One out of every eight blind persons you meet, is blind from glaucoma. Other volunteers serving in the program were local nurses, members of the Pre-Med Club of Robert E. Lee High School, deputy constables of Baytown, and members of the Women's Auxiliary to the East Harris County Medical Society. Sight destroyed by glaucoma can never be restored, but if found in the early stages and treatment started, it can be arrested and vision saved in most cases. These glaucoma screenings were a part of the Texas Society's prevention of blindness irogram carried on throughout he State. Further information may be received by writing to he Society at 3517 Fannin, Houston, Tex, 77004. Voters' League Gets Opinions On School Libraries School board candidates* posi- ions on central libraries for elementary schools is one of the questions asked by the League of Women Voters for publication in the Voters Guide. The L.WV is inviting candidates to appear at an open meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 29, at Robert E. Lee High School auditorium. The Voters Guide query on central libraries reads: "What is your position on central libraries for elementary schools, including the hiring of a professional library supervisor, establishment of central processing for library materials and hiring adequate numbers of librarians to staff the libraries: The first question is: "Please state your name, age, educational background and length of residence in Baytown." The other question is: "What is our definition of 'Excellence in Education* and wherein do you think Baytown falls short?" Candidates have been asked to return these answers by certified mail no later than March 11 to Mrs. David O. Nelsen, 2005 Chilton Drive. G-8 Astronauts Rehearse For Tuesday Flight CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. CAP) — The Gemini 8 astronauts planned another long series of flight rehearsals today as their Tuesday launching date drew closer. Astronauts Neil A. Armstrong and David R. Scott and their backups will run through key phases of the countdown, launching and orbital fight. They also will practice emergency procedures In the Gemini 8 spacecraft atop a Titan 2 rocket. The backup crew is Navy Lt. Cmdr. Charles Conrad Jr., and Navy Lt. Cmdr. PJchard F. Gordon Jr. This so-called simulated flight exercise was expected to last until late at night. The launch teams Wednesday succesfully completed a complex simultaneous countdown involving an Atlas-Agena -rocket and the Titan 2-Gemini combination. Only two minor problems developed. The Atlas-Agena is to be aunched at 10 a.m. EST Tuesday to propel the Agena into orbit as a target for Gemini 80. Armstrong, a civilian, and Scctt an Air Force major, are to take off in pursuit at 11:41 a.m. and attempt to link up with the Agena. On the second day of the planned three-day flight, Scott to take a space walk of nearly 2% hours. Community Choir JERRY FORDERHASE, vocal music director at Robert E. Lee. High School and director of the Community Choir for the Easter cantata on Palm Sunday, asks all people who are interested in singing in the cantata, "Seven Last Words," to attend the first practice session at 7 p.m. March 15 at. Grace Methodist Church. "We especially need people who have sung in college choirs, since there will be only three rehearsals," be said.

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