The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on August 30, 1987 · Page 12
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August 30, 1987

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 12

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12-A THE BAYTOWN SUN Sunday, Au«u»t 30, 1*M7 Please support the AMERICAN <{?CANCER SOCIETY' \ i nil nini( \ 1 1<>\ ui /; // M\ / \in \n r v/»/\ NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS We regret to inform our customers of two printing errors which appear in our "Labor Day Sale" circular. The headline for the common boards advertised on page 5 should read: #3 Common Boards. The kitchen countertop on page 10 which is priced at $3.99 should be priced at $3.99 per linear foot. We apologize for any inconvenience this error may cause for our customers or employees. Butting Materials THE RIBBON Is cut at the dedication of Unidad Park at Airhart Drive and J.B. LeFevre Road. From left are Ambrose Rtos, member of the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board; Lee Haywood, vice chairman of the Community Development Advisory Committee; Jimmy Johnson, city councilman; David Ondrias, director of parks and recreation; Wayne Gray, chairman of the Parks Board; Ron Embry, city councilman; Emmett Hutto, mayor; Fred Philips, Holland Pruett and Roy Fuller, city councilmen; and Fritz Lanham, city manager. Drug/Alcohol/Emotional Problem? Call Humana Hospital Baytown 4-CHANGE (424-2643) 24-hour information line Sun staff i photos by Carrie Pryor 5 LUCKY HOMEOWNERS are needed to take advantage of huge discounts on display pools 20 year warranty pools from *1,699°° To See if you qualify call TRI POOL (713) 591-1199collect Financing & Installation Available FOOTNOTES By Dr. J.C. Tonenboum Diplomate, American Board of Podiatric Surgery Board Certif ied-Foot Surgery Ouch, These Corns Are Killing Me! So many patients who come into our office for the first time come in because of the endless suffering with those horribly painful, tender corns on or between their toes. Either they have already cut holes in their expensive shoes or used razor blades or acids bought in the drugstore over the counter, all in an attempt to rid themselves of these painful, sore, ugly corns Isn't there a better way to get rici of them? Yes. there most certainly is! Corns are hard pieces of skin that form on the toes in areas subjected to continuous irritation by shoes. With time this constant shoe friction causes calcium deposits to 1 spurs on the toes and press on the skin and the pain^and discomfort gets worse and "Vorse usuallv the fifth ("baby") toes are involved but corns and calcium deposits can form on any of the toes, inside, between the toes, or on top of the digits. Painlessly, right in the office- calcium deposits and bone spurs are removed, and from that time on. in most cases, those painful corns are gone forever. If you have friends or family suffering with painful corns, tell them yes. there is a better alternative:. Pre»nt«d in ttw inttrttt o1 bvtttr 4«*t ewe by Or. J.C. Tanenbaum Foot Specialist-Podiatrist 1101 W.Lobit (*croti from Sen Jccinto Mtth«4i»t Hotp.) 428-1922 4E.. ENJOYING REFRESHMENTS at the Unidad Park dedication are, from left, Mary Jane Samore, Becky Jasso and Freddy Rlos, chairman of the board of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Greater Baytown. Americans aware of health ANGELA SWART, left, recreation apeclalltt with the city's parto and recreation department, presents Helen James of the De Zavala Neighborhood Council a certificate of appreciation for entertainment and refreshments at the Unidad Park dedication. INDIANAPOLIS. Ind. (API Americans increasingly are taking control of their own health needs, according to Boehringer Mannheim Diagnostics, a maker of self blood-glucose monitoring devices lor people with diabetes. It says people with chronic illnesses now have a wide range of home health testing products and services to choose from, and are using them. In addition to the blood sugar monitor, there also are home health tests for asthma and for high blood pressure, among other diseases. The firm says patients with chronic illnesses should always discuss the use of home health tests with their doctors and they should be used in conjunction with — not in place of — a doctor's supervision. Stay up with Jem/ and watch me stars come out U J LABOR DAY WEEKEND HOWARD BfUSTER, left, and Manuel Escontrias chat during the festivities for the dedication of Unidad Park. Brlster Is city health director and Escontrias Is a member of the school board. Coming Thursday, September 3rd... Exclusively in M3 The Baytown Sun i FAMILY HAIRCARE SAVINGS! COUPON SAVINGS SOOFF ADULT CUT 2 Reg. $8 Master-Cuts family haircirtttrs $i%OFF ADULT CUT 1 2 Reg. $8 MasterCuts family !$OOFF KIDS CUT 2 10 years old or under Reg. $6, Now $4 MastErCuts fam»y haircutters MasterCuts family havcuttss .Son Jocinto Moll 421-4864 1987 A comprehensive look at Baytown, Barbers Hill, Crosby and other surrounding schools. ADVERTISERS: Don't Pats up the opportunity to cash in on the tremendous readership this section will bring! Coll one of our od specialists today and wotcn your sales score big! Crosby Alumni Association officers named CROSBY •- Officers of the Crosby Alumni Association for the coming year are Bubba Crawford, president; Richard Kubin. vice president; Patsy Svrcck Spitzmiller. secretary, and Charlotte Meigs Yatcs. treasurer. With proceeds from its recent fifth annual dance, the association will award a S500 scholarship to a graduate of Crosby High School in 19H8. The dance was attended by more than 350 people ranging from the class of 1928 to the recent graduates of 1987. This dance is an annual event always held on the first Saturday of August. Former students of Crosby High School arc encouraged to attend regardless of the year they graduated. The association is in the process of setting up a computerized mailing list. Anyone interested in providing information for this list is asked to send name, address, phone number and the year graduated lo the Crosby Alumni Association, P.O. Box 881, Crosby, Texas 77532. 422-1302 Ml I 27 422-1302

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