The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on August 30, 1987 · Page 8
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August 30, 1987

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 8

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t-A THE BAYTOWN SUN Sunday, August SO, 1987 IHL BIGGLST HITTER §^••^•^•^•^•••1 Newspapers Far More Reliable, Believable For "Best Buy" Info A survey by the Texas. University research department has revealed that consumers feel newspapers easily outdistance all other media in providing "best buy" shopping information. Judge sets Constitution Day MEDIA PERCENT Newspapers 6496 Direct Mail 2136 TV 11% Radio 496 (SOURCE: Texas University's Center for Research) * * * * Shoppers looking for the best, most reliable deal - - look to newspapers first and most, because they don't have to remember what they heard. If it's printed in the newspaper, it's RELIABLE and ALWAYS AVAILABLE for reading, and re-reading. Prepared by Texas Newspaper Advertising Bureau (TNAB) An Affiliate of the Texas Press Association Newspaper Advertising . . your home run slugger ANAHUAC - Chambers County Judge Oscar Nelson has signed a resolution proclaiming Sept. 1.7 as U.S. Constitution Day for the county in recognition of the 200th anniversary of the document. Chambers County commis- WStCKEKtflfCAL Aiett^M U AS^^K Semi, ME, •UMitf UNIQUE DANCE TECHNIQUES Ballet, Tap, Jazz and Tumbling Classes Woodland Academy 6232 Hwy. 146, Baytown REGISTER NOW Won Ihurs • 4: 30 6 30 328-1202 Referral Discounts Small Classes Three Month Payment Plan for Recital Fees sionera have named the ilx- member county historical commission as the commemoration group responsible for planning bicentennial activities. Members of the historical committee are Rita Fugger, chairman; Kendon Clark, Viliamae Williams, Dorothy Faye Hamilton, Rosemary Jennings and Mrs. Felix Jackson. Mrs: Fugger said the committee plans to present a reproduction of the Constitution to the libraries in each of the three school districts in the county, Anahuac, Barbers Hill and East Chambers. Patients still fear dentists NEW YORK (AP) — Patients are still as fearful of the dentist as ever, according to Health Magazine. Research indicates that as many as 12 million Americans qualify as dental phobics — people whose fear of dentistry is so intense they avoid seeing a dentist altogether. Studies also show the biggest fear a patient has is the injection that renders the actual treatment painless. All this fear is in spite of recent attempts by dentists to control anxiety. One in five dentists is trained in hypnosis. Many use movies or headphones to distract their patients THE / BAYTOWN BAYTOWN SUN /CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Silver Dollar Days Friday, Sept. 18th through Saturday, Sept. 26th $17OO.OO IN SILVER DOLLARS TO BE GIVEN AWAY (Eisenhower Silver Dollars) ff'^^^f^^ 1 * , • "S..A *.«- -X- .*».:» t»i A! "*^r,;^ 'irt 1 ^,.'",* 1 st place 2nd place 3rd place $1000.00 $$00.00 $200.00 Entries must be 16 years of age, or older. No purchase is necessary and you need not be present to win. Sun employees, participating merchants, and their employees are ineligible. Customers con register at any participating merchant Sept. 18th through Sept.26th. Here's Kow it works... it's simple! Baytown Area Merchants are going all out for "Silver Dollar Days..." Go by and register for tremendous prizes AND merchandise at GREAT SAVINGS! Fill out the convenient entry blanks at each store. You have an opportunity to win at most locations and still be eligible for the Silver Dollar Prizes. The Sun will collect all entry boxes. After merchants have held individual drawings, entries will be placed in one grand prize box. The winning entries will be drawn at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 30th. ATTENTION MERCHANT^' You con participate in this event and wlvprtise year qoods & ifrvicc? (or ONIT $97 60 tor 78,000 copies' C/Ul 47? 8107 lor details OfADHNf SEPT 9, 1987 Register Friday, Sept. 18th through Saturday, Sept. 2ftth at any of the following merchants: Register To WIN...You Can't Win, If You Don't Register Htgitfir with ttiMt m«rch«nti btginning Sept. IS, 1987. Abel 1.P. Got, Inc. The Anchor Baytown State Bank Bay-Tei Air Cooled Engines Beall's-San Jacinto Mall Bead's Clearance Center Beltane Big A Auto Ports Burger King Clothes Etc. Cox Air Conditioning Cryers Diet Center Domino's Pizza Exxon Baytown Credit Union The Fair Four Seasons Floor Co. Goings Country Meat Market HAH Tractor Hair Liberation Nathaway't Grocery Stores Hodge Podge HoJMey Foods It's Looker's J.C. Penney Kroger Stores Lone Star Bank Luna's Restaurant Lyons Marsha's Town & Country McDonalds North Main Rental Periwinkles Petland Pin Cushion Randall's Red Wing Shoes Safaway Sears Something Different Thomason Interiors Unique Fruit Baskets Vkkeri Florists Video Attractions Worfaonnet Western Auto WHkenf eld Furniture (More Participating Merchants To Be Added Above, Weekly.) Your Business Can Benefit By Participating In This Local Promotion! Call The Baytown Sun Advertising Department For All The Details - 422*8302. You Don't Want To Miss Out On Increased Store Traffic, Do You? I ADYiHTISINO DEADLINE WEDS., SEPT. 9TH! I Tew AdretHshif MaMafe nf) roach 21,000 Ntmtt for « Rttto o* »t 7.M SWIM^A-THON WINNERS THESE YOUNGSTERS helped raise MOO in the recent American Red Crou Swtm-a-thon. Pooli in the Baytown and L* Porte area Joined Houston pooli to raise monies tor the organization. FromjMt are Sheryl Milner, Michelle Brown and Deleta French. Other Bajjfo- nlans who participated but are not pictured are Kelly Suenkel, Suoan McCormick and Wade Jester. '-~\. (Sun staff photo by Angle Bracey j Hanson to sponsor LeBelles Terri Hanson will be the new sponsor of the Lee College LeBelles dance team. Mrs. Hanson, a data processing instructor at the college, will assume the responsibilities formerly held by LC dance/physical education instructor Bruce Roush, who retired at the end of this summer. A graduate of Lee College and the University of Texas at Austin with degrees in data processing. Mrs. Hanson and her husband. Garv, an Exxon machinist, have one daughter, Christine, who • is 10-monthsold. i' According to Mrs. Hanson, the •LeBelles dance group will perform at home basketball games as well as represent Lee College in a wide variety of promotional activities. There are several openings for the fall semester, she said, and tryouts will be;h<jld the week of Aug. 31. ; ' Those who are interesteH In trying out for the team, or>'fio are interested in scheduling a performance by the LeBelles. are encouraged to contact Mr*. Hanson at 425-6417. : An Indoor Fun P»rk For Kid« & AdulU Magic Shows Ever)- Saturday <X Sundav Afternoon Showtime*: 2 pm-S pm LIMITED SEATING — TICKETS PURCHASED EARLY WILL BE GIVEN' SEATING PKIORJTi NO Phone ititrxuoni. pkne. NO diKouna, ctwpofu or p««m. SPECIAL MAGIC SHOW TICKET Also. All About Our ••SHOPPER'S TIME Our • BIRTHDAY PARTIES • SPECIAL GROUP RATES • EVENING SPECIALS San Jacinto Mall 421-7134 QUANTUM PERM Finally a perm : / can live 'with Sale \ 35.88 Reg. S40 D «, SO ' C'-i"''> 'OO SCO" :C"; "5 Dt""' c;r. C'Oarr cc plt-.-up no! S'. (• i' >.Cl. n.j.; -up Cur: 0' 'CC' p aDcx: cu r r-ii'' J s Some perris o- "cste-c 'M- BacK-io-Sc^ooi fa. "Cuts'" lor n.fls uiae f '2 'or 6 tt, 1 20°i> on ail 'd\a> SlflTlpOOS aid CC-C tionets '6 -; o' ;a-g«v .' Additional charge (or ' long hair. I Sile prices efteclive * through Saturday. September 5. 1987. Nexxus a^d Sesasi'tr' ." proOucts avaiiaoie a' air Styling salons Additional services available ear Diorcirv; •' sculptured nails, na.i '.ids.' manicures and facials • Open Monday through ".' Saturday 8am to 8 p m, Open Sunday 12 to ! 6 p.m The Styling Salon at JCPenney Almeda Mall. 944-2509. Grwnspoint Mall, 875-6900 Mfjyerland Plaza. 666-4210. Northwest Mall. 683-9160 San Jacinto Mo*., 421-2064. Snerpstown Center. 774-0583 Town A Country Center Mall, 973-6095

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