The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on July 11, 1973 · Page 2
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THE BAYTOWN SUN Wtdntsdiy, Jvty 11, lt73 I Funeral Notices || HARRY W. WHttMORE Services for Harry Warren Whitmore, 67, of 15611 N. Brentwood, Channelview, were to be at 4 p.m. Wednesday at Old River' Terrace Methodist Church with the Rev. Clarence House officiating. Whitmore, a retired employe of Armco Steel, had been an area resident 31 years. He died Monday in Sheldon. He was a member o Masonic Lodge 1304, C. A Fortner on Sheldon Road. He is survived by his wife Mrs. Nellie Whitmore, Chan nelview; two sisters, Mrs. Ha zel Andrus, Lombard, 111., an Mrs. Florence Bischoff Batllecreek, Mich.; one broth er, Harold Whilmore, Swant on, Ohio; and a number nieces and nephews. Burial was to be in San Ja cinto Memorial Park. Arrangements are under d rection of Howard-Glenda! Funeral Home, Houston. PlaxaU (ani-422-s82 HELD OVER M TIL 2 P.M. 1:00-3:00-5:00-7:00-9:00 MLPU Noon Stock Quotes CLIFTON BOYER Services for Clifton Boyer, 6, of 520 E. Defee, will be at 10 .m. Thursday at Earthman uneral Home chapel with the lev. Gary Bonner officiating. Boyer, a 57-year resident of Jaytown, died at 9:30 a.m. 'uesday in a Houston hospital, was owner of Boyer Print- ng Co. He was also a member f the Lions Club and Knights of Pythias Ixxige. He is survived by his wife Mrs. Opal Boyer; a daughter Mrs. Tommy Lochridge; a son Gary Cliff Boyer, all of Bay town; and a sister, Mrs. Vava .McKinnon, Houston. Three grandchildren, Kevin and Mark lx)chridge and Kristina Boyer, all of Baytown, also survive. Burial will be in Cedar Crest Cemetery. Arrangements are under direction of Earthman Funeral Home. Pallbearers will be Joe Dreyer Jr., Gene Flowers, John Earley, Bennie Wiggins, Jim Boyer and Paul Fondren.l ROBERT H. HODGSON JR., executive director of the Cerebral Palsy and Crippled Children's Treatment Center here, helps Melissa Wells board a bus bound for The Ringling Brothers, Barnum and Bailey circus in Houston. Children from the center attended the circus as guests of Exxon USA's Baytown Refinery, Exxoii Chemical USA, and the Baytown Chemical Plant. Locksmiths Move Their Headquarters DALLAS ( A P ) - The Associated Locksmiths of America Inc., a 2,600-member organization of professional .ocksmiths, has voted to move its Kingston, N . Y . , headquarters to Dallas, chamber of commerce chairman Charles G. Cullum has announced. Mrs. Lee Rognon, executive director of ALOA, said the organization will maintain an extensive national locksmiths' library with extensive security product information in Dallas. Baytown Man Gets 30 Years In Priest Death COJ.ON1A1 PC HW. 146 IK LA POftTE "WHITE LIGHTENING" 3:45 i 12:00 "FISTFULOF DUNAMITE" 471-2752 8:45 10:40 ItrillUMHI l nSgf 311 M. THIS AVL 4224311 51.00 TIL 2:00 P.M. 1:00-3:10-5:10-7:10-9:15 TAKE A BITE AND FEEL ALL RIGHT! Alvin George Young of Baytown, accused slayer of a Channelview priest, pleaded guilty and was sentenced Tuesday to 30 years in prison by District Court Judge Wallace C. Moore in Houston. The sentence was passed after the brother of slain Rev. C. Laumer Schoppe requested "mercy and justice" for Young on the condition that he plead guilty. The Rev. Charles Schoppe, brother of the 41-year-old victim, met with other family members and concluded that this would have been what the slain priest would have wanted. Young, 24, a former security guard, was charged with shooting the Rev. C. Laumer Schoppe three times with a 25- caliber pistol at the priest's rectory in Channelview on Jan. 1. The priest's body was found in the burned ruins of the Sheldon Road rectory which Young reportedly told his wife he had set on fire. A jury Monday had founc JYoung sane and competent to stand trial after hearing two ipsychologists and a psychia risl for the county testify. D a v i d H o l i i n g s w o r t h , Young's lawyer, agreed to the onditions of the sentencing and said there would be no appeal. Program Being Prepared For Bus Drivers BROWNWOOD, Tex. (AP) -- Howard Payne College is preparing a training program school and church bus drivers under a $12,000 grant from the College Coordinating Board. The program will be put into effect in June of 1974 after research and preparation. Jerry DeHay, professor of business and project director, said the program will "provide bus drivers with training in the areas of safety, maintenance, human relations, student discipline and other problems they might encounter." Allis Chalmers ATT Anaconda Armco Ashland : . . Atlantic Richfield . Bendix 33% Beth Steel 27% Carrier Corp 21 CeLanese 32*i Chrysler Corp 24% Columbia Gas 2SV4 Dart Industries . . . . 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R 1% Pepsi Cola 79% Phillips Pet 50% RCA 24% Raytheon 24 1 /j Roan Select Tr 6 Schlumberger 102 3 /4 Tranumericai 11% Traveter'i lu 31 Union Carbide 31% Union Oil of CaJ tt% United Aircraft 31% MV4|UpJohn 71* S Steel *% WoohMrth Xeroi Dow laduc Avg. . . Dow Indus. Clun(e ( U p ) 5 42 78 IBS. itmmAm I bid M*d«kiS* KM WU mBS Ufl 'mm % "Roman Sender Sato naNy ·*·». My weitM a goiaf down and so is my watt sue. I'm 26 pounds \**te tan *tw started." La* M tan Immm "Inafiw tow ttriW«f ft is to be complimented by all my friends and relatives. l'w new been so happy. I'm dOM 3 drets sites and still lo»|." IM tea liae II to II "My new waidtobe is sue 10 instead of 18. Not only has the Roma* SJeider Salon helped me. but now my husband is IOSMI wei|ht on the same OfOt/am. LOSE WEIGHT FAST CALL 427-5851 Sears :.. 95V S Shell 52% Sperry-Rand 42% Attend Church Stan Stan Cal Ind 86V 8 101 ^ 42V.I O/ "^fi 23% 8 12V^ 21 3 6 Texaco 34 Texas Eastern 47 Texas Gulf Sul 22% Stan Oil Ohio . Stauffer Chem . n Oil Syritex Taft Broadcast Technicolor . . . Teledyne Tenneco RAMADA TOWER RESTAURANT t n r NOW OPEN! 24 HOURS A DAY! SPECIALITY 2301 DECKER COUNTRY BOY BREAKFAST 427-4744 Decker 3910 DECKER DRIVE 424 5012 THRU TUESDAY 8:30-12:00- "JOE KIDD" Shrimp, Oysters, Gumbo, Fish, Creole OPEN DAILY FOR LUNCHES ORDERS TO GO Mon., TUO., Wed., Thurs., Sat, 9 a.m.-lO p.m. FrL 9 Lm.-ll p,m. Sun. 12:00-10:00 p.m. The Fish Net Restauran Formerly Chrislep Tri-City Bcxh Road 427-S74SJ Bay Plaza I BAY PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER-422 5552 STARTS TODAY JOHN WAYNE 9:15 UNITED SIXTHS MARSHAL F)w Mrs ratted te ***** Me. PAMviSiOV · TECHNICOLOR' Dallas Flour Mill Closing After 61 Years DALLAS f AP) -- A flour mill that has operated in Dallas for 61 years is closing, the Peavy Co. of Minneapolis has announced, j The Dallas location is nr onger competitive because o: changes in patterns of tran portation of wheat and flour,! :he company said. Texas mill no longer have their traditional market in the southeastern United States. T. P. Matron, local manager! of the Peavy operations, said that efforts are under way to relocate many of the plant's 130 employes. The mill, which has daily production capacity of 850,000 pounds of flour, ranked among the largest in North Texas. Marron said. No decision has been made on the disposition of the facility. The plant was built in 191 and has been updated several times, according to Matron GREAT CHINESE FOOD EDDIE CHEWS RAMADA TOWER NOW OPEN HOWS A M Y SfEOALTT INTROOUCIMY TRIM. MEMBERSHIP $150 I FUUFACaiTIES NHIIOPOOl-SMJN/^QUIPtlEliT-FMULS Limited Offer So CaN Now ROMAN Slender Salon FUNIflr WSMf SS oil Mental Awareness ESP learn how Alpha Brain Wave Control is being u$ed for*.. MtMtry Meditation Htthk litetiM Sfe«p Setf Coirfidtice Aitaitffe Creativity LttnuH Eierfy-VittlUy Setf luge Productivity Conducted by John Metcalf, Lecturer Piripsychologist and Mental Awareness Instructor JULY WfcMONDAY 7:» P.M. ADMISSIOM1W FHONEMMJUFOR INFORMATION BAYTOWN COMMUNITY CENTER 2417 MARKET STREET You Are Invited To Our THURSDAY - J U L Y ^ ? , 1973 1:00 P.M. TO 9:00 P . M . *** BEALL'S WILL BE CLOSED UNTIL 1:00 P.M. IN PREPARATION FOR THIS SALE i ij««--»--^»^^^^^~^^ DELAYED BILLING -- Charges made during this event will not appear on your statement until August with no payment due until on or before your September billing date. WE LIST A PORTION OF THE VALUES LADIES GIRLS READY-TO-WEAR Ladies Polyester Pant Suits REGULAR PRICE Values To $39.00 SALE PRICE $29.88 Ladies Junior Pant Suits s Values To 26.00 14.88 Ladies Polyester Pants S, Tops (8-18) Values To 15.00 9.88 Nylon Stretch Capris Tops (8-20) 9.00 6.88 Girls Summer Playwear Reduced SAVE 1/2 AND MORE Junior Jeans 8.00 6.88 LADIES LINGERIE ACCESSORIES Famous Brand Sleepwear Nylon Satin Briefs s Bikinis -Ladies Summer Sleepwear Reduced Handbag Clearance Panty Hose Values To 2C.OO 1.00 2.99-3.50 Values To 12.00 1.39 1/2 PRICE 2 Pr/1.00 1/2 PRICE 1.00-4.00 .99 BOYS DEPARTMENT Boys Short Sleeve Shirts · Boys Brushed Denim Jeans Boys Slacks Reduced Boys Sport Shirts Reduced Boys Crew Socks 2.99 NOW 1.88 3.99 NOW 2 Pr/5.00 Values To 10.00 SAVE UP TO 1/2 1.99 NOW .99 2 MENS DEPARTMENT Double Knit Suits Double Knit Slacks Famous Brand Knit Dress Shirts Famous Brand Jeans ------· Mens Double Knit Sport Coat* -- 79.95 54.88 Values To 20.00 9.88 Values To 10.00 6.88 SAVE 1/2 AND MORE 45.00 34.88 PIECE GOODS DEPARTMENT Final Clearance Summer Fabrics · Polyester Knit Solids Fancies Polyester Knit Large Remnant Table -- · Values To 2.98 Yd 2.99 Yd 3.99 Yd 1/2 PRICE 1.98 2.88 1/2 PRICE BEALL'S BAYTOWN, TEXAS

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