The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 17, 1966 · Page 5
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 5

Baytown, Texas
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Thursday, March 17, 1966
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Thursday. March 17, I?'66 •*§!«•« **« Application For Conditional Voter Registration Certificate (As prescribed by Voter Betfstnr in accordance with igifirfinp Code) TO: Caii S. Smith, A««i>$sqr »iyj Collector of Taxes, Hank County, Houston, Texas: I, ............................................ (priet or name), hereby apply lor a ComrMonal Voter Registration Certificate under die provjrions at Section 34b of the Ten* Election Code, and by this instrument furnish you the in- lonnatioa necessary to wtahia you to prepare my certificate. I have sot been issued a poll tax receipt or an exemption certificate entitling me to vote in either state and local elections or in federal elections for the voting year 1365. Age ...... years Sex ...... Occupation .................. . — I have resided in Texas ........ years. I have rested fas Harris County ........ years. I ha^e resided ic ....... . ................ (name of city or town) ........ years. I was born in .................................. (name of state if native-born; name of country if foreign-born). I am a .............................. (SB in native-born, or, naturalized) citizen. My home address in Harris County is .................... ........................... (Street address if resident <x incorporated city or town; otherwise, route and box number.) Mail my registration certificate to me at the following address: I tznderstend that the giving of false information to procure the registration of a voter is a felony. (Signed) •3y (see betow) THIS APPLICATION MUST REACH THE OFFICE OF THE 'ASSESSOR AND COLLECTOR OF TAXES NOT LATER THAN MIDNIGHT. MARCH 17, 1966. DO NOT APPLY FOR A REGISTRATION CERTIFICATE IF YOU HAVE ALREADY BEEN ISSUED A POLL TAX RECEIPT OR AN EXEMPTION CERTIFICATE FOR THIS YEAR. Persons holding paid receipts, nonpaid receipts for voting in federal elections, or exemption certificates do not aeed to reregister under the provisions of the Emergency Registration Law. •NOTE: Hnsband, wife, father, mother, son or daughter may sign for each other. (Brother and sister cannot sign for each other.) THE POOH" Christopher Robin Nails Tail 'Winnie The Pooh' Due At Branson The wonderful world of Christopher Robin and his roly - poly little friend. Pooh bear, will be brought to the Brunson Theater screen in "Winnie the Pooh" on Thursday through next Wednesday. All of the other delightful characters of A, A. Milne's classic tales, Eeyore. the doleful donkey, timid Piglet, bouncy Tiggen Rabbit, Owl, Kanga and little Roo. are also on hand, romping through the Hundred Acre Wood in this mirthful, melodic entertainment treat just as they do in the original stories. Pooh bear's insatiable appetite for honey has always been his undoing but in the movie version, this weakness involves him in a series of misadventures that reach a high note in hilarity. Set to music by those Oscar- winning songwriters, Richard M. and Robert B. Sherman, the Disney cartoon - fantasy introduces five new tunes that set the tem-j po and mood for each enchanting scene. If It's . . . GIFTS Block's Pharmacies m e. f«x 583-1755 Deckir at SteHIng 582-8107 Cub Scout Pack 170 Plans Space Deity Cub Scout Pack 170 made plans for a space derby in May at a meeting at St. Paul's Lutheran Church fellowship hall. Boys receiving awards were James Roquemore. bobcat and denner; Paul Ffrench, assistant denner; Howard Hartzog, bear I badge. j Der. 1 received the parents' • attendance award. j Entertainment included two [stunts and & sack race by the I boys and their fathers. COMING TO BAYTOWN RAY PRICE Monday Night—Mar. 23 8:00 P.M. i^HI^^BI RAY PRICE THE RAY PRICE SHOW FEATURING IN PERSON * THE CHEROKEE COWBOYS * CHARLIE HARRIS * JIMMY DAY AND MANY OTHERS ROBERT E. LEE HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM ADMISSION: CHILDREN UNDER 13—50c ADULTS 'U5 '1.50 ADVANCE AT THE DOOR TICKETS ON SALE AT TRI-CITY PHARMACY SPONSORED BY—BAYTOWN JAYCBES AT LYONS YOU SHOP THE EASIEST AND L COME IN TODAY AND SEE THE CHANGES THAT HAVE TAKEN PLACE IN OUiR STORE WE'RE SORRY THAT OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS HAVE BEEN INCONVENIENCED DURING OUR GIGANTIC REMODELING; HOWEVER, WE FEEL THAT YOU WILL BE PLEASED WHfH THE END RESULTS. Libby's Vienna Purina LJDoy s rienna ^~^%B ^" f 4% Sausages 2 ™49c Dog Chow 5 - 69c Velvceta it"** J* tft 4%4% Cheese -79c Pop Corn 2*. 29c c co ff Maxwell House Ins Towels * 9R .»29c Coffee Maxwell House Instant {Enroll For $ Free Easter Dinner] 10 oz. 303 ROSEDALE PEARS ! CANS f* 4* WALDORF 89 e TISSUE CO Rolls Instant Breakfast Standard. Carnation 79c Tomatoes ..lOOi. Asst. Flavors Del Monte All Green Pop Tarts 2 ^ 89c Asparagus 303 Can Unsweetened Grapefruit Juice Renown Whole Texsun «. - 39c Green Beans 303 can Campbell Tomato Renown Golden Cream Style . IQJ/2 Oz. lOcCorn 3™49c ••^^^^•^••^•^•i^^^"^""«>^^^^^—^^^^-^— ——— Chuck Roast English Roast Seven Steaks (Hade Cut) (Center Cut Chuck) ARMOUR STAR BACON Club Steak ^69* Grnd. Meat.... Boneless Club. 1° Rath's Franks 43' Beef Ribs 3 89 c Rath's Bacon 79 Ordnge FROZEN FOOD ' 6 oo Cans Banquet DINNERS _________ _______________ 39c Green Giant VEGETABLES SS2L_ 29c Sara Lee CHEESECAKES L « 9 e 69c Assorted Pies SIMPLE SIMON ;S'. 59c Miracle Whip P* 49c p;; a Bumble Bee Red 1 1 CCl 111 NflllfiOfl IA Or U / C Bett Y Crocker Germa JUIIIIWII 160,. WJU - " - ^(Or Apple Butter. 49cl akeMlX '^ Lidy w Betty 2. R 49c Orange Juice . 29c Aero Wax .. aot <69c Dime Brand Condensed .14ox. DRUGS KING SIZE TOOTH PASTE STRIPE Tablets ANACIN. _...100 Tablets Hair Spray SUDDEN BEAUTY 17., 69c Men's Cologne OLD SPICE «« 89c Body Lotion WOODBURY'S 10 ~ 49e Flashlight BATTERIES _ 2 te 29c 20) oz. Li bbys "Watch Us Help Baytown GROW" Specials Good Friday And Saturday-18-19 FOOD SERVICE I500N.PRUETT "YOU GET THE LIONS' SHARE AT LYONS" USE OUR CONVENIENT CHARGE ACCOUNT GARDEN FRESH PRODUCE oo Cantaloupe 5 Cabbage, 5 Green Onions 5* Potatoes 8 A 59' FRESH CRISP LETTUCE Head

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