The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 17, 1966 · Page 9
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 9

Baytown, Texas
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Thursday, March 17, 1966
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Thursday, March 17, 1966 HENKE PRICED MEANS LOWER PRICED FOLKS Henkes A DtVlSIOH OP THE KROGER CO. 900 West Texas Baytown. Texas good Moreh 17-19, . 1966. Rlfint »» limi * «»«rv«e. Price* plu» tax wH«r« op-' .lle.ble. (CopyrlgM) THE ^ KROGER CO. 1956. SWIFT PREMIUM SMOKED HAMS FRESH FRYER THIGHS OR FIRST RIB CUT PORK CHOPS » 59* 9 INCH LOIN CUT PORK LOIN ROAST" 69* BONELESS BOSTON BUTT PORK ROTISSERIE ROAST • 79$ CENTER CUT SHOULDER PORK STEAKS -59* SINGLETON'S BREADED SHRIMP -SINGLETON'S SHRIMP TID BITS U.S. CHOICE TENDERAY CENTER CUT Cnuck Steak « 59 BONELESS FULLY COOKED BAR S HAMS CANNED HAM" VnriUhfc' 1 1I1IIS PURINA. DOG CHOW WAGNER ORANGE OR GRAPE DRINK OIL MONTI EARLY LB. as- «-A« _ ,_ FRESH FKTEK THIGHS $1.29 CORNED" KEF - 69* DRUMSTICKS ^ JP«H FRESH FRYER WHITE OR DARI 79fc FRYER BREASTS «• 59$ MEAT QUARTERS * *T RED HEART BEEF FLAVOR 5 & 69t INSTANT POTATOES 1 ^ 49( DOG FOOD W * T KRAFT RED HEART BACOi 4 - $1 BIACKBERRY JEllY !1*°< 49$ DOG FOOD LB. 26 OZ. CANS 1 LB. CAN 49$ 45$ 29$ 10$ THE Nfctt CROIM) BH.K COOKBOOK $ SO CRISP AND FRESH! KROGER SALTINES CHICK!N NOODLE WITH STARS HEINZ SOUP 7 CEISHA SOLID PACK WKl^nn jwi-.— . — — •WHITE TUNA 3 FRESH 75c Value 'THE NEW GROUND BEEF COOKBOOK" with Purchase of 3 Lbs. or More Ground Beef BRh*3i a- CHICKEN CHUNK TUNA 3 -LIBBY VIENNA SAUSAGE 5 TOMATO SAUCE POLY UNSATURATED CRISCO OIL 6KOZ. CANS 40Z. CANS 8OZ. CAN 24 OZ. BTL. NET $1 $1 10$ 39$ 70Z. CANS ,_OUIS!ANA DANDY GOLDEN YAMS BORDEN'S ICECREAM GALLO HEARTY WINE NO. 2tt CAN CTN. 19$ BURGUNDY NESTLE QUICK 59t CHOCOLATE TEXSUN TOMATO 4 a, $1 JUICE 4 DEL MONTE . KROGER ICED 01 FRUIT COCKTAIL 4«»s$lTEA BAGS DEL MONTE CUT OR WHOLE GREEN BEANS HGAL. SIZE 16 OZ. CAN NET 45 OZ. CANS DEL MONTE CATSUP KROGER ICED OR HOT 100 CT. PKG. VERMONT MAID CANE AND 77$ 39$ $1 79$ YtKMUf* I MAlf »-«"»- "•"4 t°Tul $1 MAPLE SYRUPY 35$ Can't Sleep? Take Hospital-Proved & Somnex STOP FEELING TIRED* Take GERITOL LIQUID OR TABLETS F&fStrongmr Fmst -in Just 7 day*! SAVE M.OO BUY THE ECONOMY SIZE! $2.98 SIZE 1.98 *0B« fo /ron cfcfieftnqr FRESH GLEEM TOOTHPASTE FAMILY SIZE 59t HIDDEN MAGIC 15 OZ. $2.35 SIZE HAIR SPRAY $1.33 KOTEX 24'S ,57. PRELL SHAMPOO LIQUID 70Z. $1.09 SIZE 63* BAN ROLL ON DEODORANT SIZE 39t DENTU-CREME WERNET'S TOOTHPASTE FOR DENTURES 4.2 OZ. 7»< SIZE 53* AVOCADOS ORANGES 20 • 89(J MUSHROOMS KROGER PURE FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT 5 & 39$ ORANGE JUICE CUP ttGAL. JAR :RISP CARROTS MtlOt RADGES 3 CELLO PKGS. MORTON'APPLE. CHERRY, PEACH, COCONUT FRUIT PIES MORTON CHICKEN, BEEF. TURKEY, STEAK 1 FROZEN DINNERS FROZEN EACH MORTON 3 COURSE FROZEN CHICKEN BEEF TURKEY SALISBURY DINNERS ?st - •*« MORTON FROZEN CHICKEN, BEEF. TURKEY MEAT PIES 5 '-« 95* Cols' splashed roll sleeve Blouse top* ibot coordinate with ilevk fitting sid* eoprj that has permanent •(itched creeie. 100% cotton Siiet 10 to IB. LOMA PLASTIC SALE KADDY SINK MAT HAMPER #188 ONLY 584 364 $1.96 SILVER SHELL DISH ONLY 98 GIRLS' 2 TO 12 TRICOT PANTIES 5 PAIR SI.00 29$ 49$ 25$ Traveler In Texas h'65 Is Up 13X000 AUSTIN (Sp) — A preBminwy travel industry report by the Texas Highway Department reveals its Tourist' Information Centers played host to * rec- , ord 753,350 travelers last year. This total Is an impressive 133,000 greater or a 17 per eeat increase over 1964. Tbe department's information centers' are located at key points-of-entry and in the rotunda of the State Capitol in Austin to provide professional travel counseling to the public. Visitors are provided with current travel information. Mtera- ture on points of interest, travel maps and information about Texas' attractions. Current road condition reports are also available to motorists stopping at the centers. The importance of the travel industry to thhe State's economy has long been recognized by the Texas Highway Department .Through its Travel and Information Division it strives to bring visitors to Texas in ever-increasing number. This is accomplished by publicizing the State's many attractions and providing information and descriptive literature to prospective visitors. Last year alone, the Travel ind Information Division, in addition to assistting 4-mfllion visitors in ts Tourist Information Bureaus, also received and processed 224,092 mail inquiries for i information and literature on Texas. Of this number 16 per cent or 35,574 were coupons received by the Texas Tourist Development Agency as a result of its media advertising program- A record 3,575,000 pieces of "ravel materials were distributed by the Travel and Information Division during 1965. Of this total, 2,000,000 were published by the Texas Highway Department and the rest provided by chambers of commerce and allied groups. The Department points out that businesses catering to the basic needs of the traveler are the first to feel the impact of the travel dollar. However, every segment of the Texas economy soon benefits as the dollars flow throughout the State in a demand for more services, supplies and labor. The Department is presently completing its annual Travel Industry Survey which is scheduled for publication within a few weeks. Preliminary indications point to 1965 as a record year for the industry which many feel is destined to become one of the state's leading, if not top. industries. Preston Smith Sees 21 Million In State By 2000 Dr. Donald L. Brunson was among Baytown supporters of Texas Lt. Gov. Preston Smith who attended a meeting in Touston of the Teas Telephone Association at the Rice Hotel at which Smith spoke. Smith was the guest of honor at the 61st annual convention. He predicted Texas would have a population of 21 million by the year 2000. or more than double the population of the state now. Smith said the Bureau of Business Research at the University of Texas predicts a population of 05 million as early as 1980. "Only 45 per cent of our population lived in urban areas in 1945," Smith said, speaking of the rapid sociological and economic change the state is going through. "Today, the cities of Texas hold 80 per cent of its people," Smith said. •Along with this great migration, our population has changed n age composition. While the total population was increasing 24 per cent between 1950 and I960, the number of persons aged 65 and over increased by more than 45 per cent." Smith said the population is growing "both older and younger." "Manufacturing payrolls now constitute the largest single source of income in Texas," Smith said, pointing out that on- lv a few years ago Texas was primarily agriculturel, in his final speech of the convention that ended Tuesday. Joseph Palmer May Be Next African Aide WASHINGTON (AP) — President Johnson has announced he will nominate Joseph Palmer H, a specialist on Africa for more than 20 years, to succeed G. Merman Williams as assistant secretary of state for African affairs. Palmer, 50, now is director general of 'the State Department's Foreign Service, a post ie has held the past two years. A native of Detroit, Palmer pined the Foreign Service about 25 years ago and spent most of that time specializing in Africa, Williams, who had been assistant secretary since 1961, has resigned to seek the Democratic nomination for senator from Michigan. AVOID THE RUSH! HAVE YOUR CAR INSPECTED NOW.

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