The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 15, 1961 · Page 10
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Baytown, Texas
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**»**"»« *"« Sunday. January Ib. IVoi MRS. FITZ'S FLATS BY Frank Robera* /1 CANT PICTURE ft woicuuous'. ANYONE GOINSTO AU-TH& BOTHER OF HEATING THE WATER, POURIN<3 IT INTO THE BOTTLE, WRAPPIN& IT IN OUTOPMR.S. F1TZTAKIN<=» A HOT WATER BOTTLE 10 BED TO KEEP BEETLE BAILEY By Mort Walker Money Unimportant To Him, Says Danny Thomas By BOB THOMAS AP Movie-TV Writer HOLLYWOOD (AP) — "Money? I hate money. It doosn't have the slightest importance to me. The important thing for me is to feel wanted as an entertainer. That was the greatest sorrow of M you listen. The occasion VVMAT ARE yoa WiTM COSMOS CiSAR BUTT? IT WAS THE ONLV THIN6T. COUUP AFFORD MOW A3OUT THE NOCUi-ARS? (-llfc^ »» i * I V e^ .-1 \ \S THS. CAMERA, ) COSMOS By Jim Burnett & George Crandal ACCIPENTAUY TURNg? OVER VOUR 31ACKBESKY < - PRESERVES, BLTT IT WAS AN ACCIPEVT, ., MRS.STU3BUEJ ANV X HON5ST J WITNESSES? MR. ABERNATHY By Frank Ridgeway and Ralston (Bud) Jones NEXTTfMEZ MUST REMEMBER TO WEAR MY SLIPPERS' HI AND LOIS By Mort Walker and Kik Brown* WELL, rrs TWICE AS MUCH FUN -TWICE AS MUCH LCVE TWJCE AS MUCH SATISFACTION — • A9 1 I MUCH POSfTIVE J / —ANP TWICE HOV/ is ir HAVING TWINS HOUSE? -^ rfj>S. TH/NKIN0 BARNEY GOOGLE AND SNUFFY SMITH By Fred Lasswdt FORK IT OVER!! THrTr'STrVSfiME QUflRTER I LOST OUT VONDER VEST1DDV UNK SNUFF/!.' I FOUND ME TWENTY-FIVE BEHIND TH'BflRN!.' DINES A NICKEL BRICK BRADFORD By Paul Norris MM4MMC, MAINTAIN By Walt Kelley THE REVEREND ByJJjHJjnMongY d!fr.tM*MM lot wanted; he to!d me that be- bre he died. I don't want it to happen to me," The man speaking was Danny Thomas, comedian, tragedian, phi- osopher, millionaire. Dan is that modern rarity: the spellbinder. Vhether on a night club floor or c j over a hamburger sandwich in the • iDesilu commissary, he grabs a thousrht and starts running. And own show. He did it with immense success last season for Andy Griffith. Coming up are segments which are virtually pilot films foi shows starring Dick Van Dyke and Joey Bishop. Both are virtually sold, both are situation comedies. I asked Danny if he was plan- jning to c]uit the series. He cazed into space. "Sheldon Leonard (his directoi-1 and I sometimes discuss it. We think we are tired and have no place to co. But then we say, was my annual £ checkup on rumors that Danny -, was quitting television. He is now i in his eighth year in a comedy show, a record exceeded; only by the tireless Nelson family. Fuel for the rumors was in the || plans of the Thomas empire to 5- spawn more TV series from his what Start would we do if we another series? We quit? could Wreck (Continued from Page One) Antonio and gets three weeks of vacation annually. The couple had decided to- take one week. They are survived by two children, Joan Branecky, 5, and Richard Branecky. 4. who were staying with their grandparents, Mr. "and Mrs. Leon Neskerik of San Antonio. The Braneckys left Antonio at 2 a.m. Saturday. San never find another cast and crew as roneenial as this one. We love each other. We see more of each other than we do of our own families. Should we give this up? "Sometimes we worry about running out of ideas. We had a show on the air two weeks ago that was so bad that I'd like to auy it and destroy the negative— if it were iax deductible. But shows like that only make us work harder. The last five shows we've limed will stack up with the best we've done in the rvh years. "Sure. I get tired some mornings when I show up for work. But so does the coal miner when he rides down the shaft. All it takes is the first argument and I'm feeling great again. "Me quit? I couldn't possibly. I'd die." Tests Monday APPLICATIONS will be taken through Monday lor the new vocational nurses course at Lee Girl Scout Meet WEST Baytown Girl Scout Neigh- u ,. , ,, , iborhood will meet at 9:30 a.m. fo attend "^ dasses Monday in the Community House e n at 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. in the conference room. day. Sessions will begin Jan. College. Tests for those planning be giv- Bond To Attend Inaugural And NREA Meetings Bnytown Realtor Clifford M. (Sparky) Bond will leave Wed nesday to attend the inauguration covemoiiios for Prcsident-eled John F. Kennedy in Washington, "). C., and the installation of officers of (he National Association of Real Estate Boards in Philadelphia. Bond, a state director of the Texas Real Estate Association, viil attend meetings of the na- ional organization from Jan, 21 25 at the Bellwiie - Stratford Hoel in Philadelphia before return- ng to Baytown. He will attend installation of officers Monday. Jan. 23, when O. G. (Bill) Powell of Des Moines, owa, becomes president of the national association for the com- nc year. Some of the meetings scheduled t Philadelphia will include a dis- ussion of a new federal law au- horizing real estate ventures to e formed as investment trusts rovided there are more than 100 Tookholders and at least 9 peri cent of the profits are distributed. Sun Classified Ads I. Lodft NotlOtt CALLED .MEETING oi Cedar Biyou Masonic Lodge No. 321, A. F. and A. M., ut 8 p.m. on Saturday, January H, 1961. Work M. M. degree. Sojourning Brethren Invited to attend. D. K. Clmsleen, W. M. O. A. Wilson. Secy. STATED MEETING of Goose Crock Chapter No. 798, O,K S.. will bo held Monday, January IS. 1961. at 7:30 p.m. All members and visiting Stars are cordially invited. Mrs. Arthur Ma* Lemon, Worthy Matron Mrs. Necia Adams, Secretary 3. Card Of Thanks 6. Lost-Found LOST—Downtown, amnll rl»x. i JU 2-S576. Set of Jlvt key> ort •Indrr please call LOST —Female Collie, red and white, vicinity Cedar Bayou. Answars to n»m» friactia." Kinv.'iril. J'ltuno JU 2-6870. LOST — Female Siamese Scalnolnt eat In r.Jkewocul vicinity. Phone Debbie Swofford, LO €-7623. 7. Instruction I. V. HIX— Our alncer* thanlct and appreciation to all our many friends, neighbors ajnd relatives for their acts oi kindness, messages of sympathy, beautiful floral offerings and trie abundant, of Torn! we received during our recent bereavement. THK FAMILY OP H. V. HIX Monum«nt*-Lot» FINISH HIGH SCHOOL Or pr»-hlfh icaoal »t horn. 1» §p»r« lilat. Writ* for trn booklet. AMERICAN SCHOOL X O. Box tlM. OR 3-UK 1312 W. Harrli. f>m«td«u. M*rat>«r Nitlonil Horn* Study Counted 8. Beauty Culture tlO COLD WAVE, (5. Lt>t. appointment* accepted, POLLY'S BEAUTY SHOP 1021 Daiiey. JU 3-1921. 9. Travel N»w» Mon-! 30 Television Log SATURDAY NKMrT Whirlybirds Expedition Blue Angels I: JO O Bonanza Perry Mason The Roaring 20t Checkmate Tall Man Leave It To Beaver Lawrence Welk The Deputy Have Gun, Will Travel Nation's Future Gunsmoke Fight of the We°k Special Assignment Dangerous Robin Coronado 9 Jackpot Bowling Academy Award Theatre Law and Mr. Jonei Sheriff Of Cochise MGM Theatre Triple Crown Theatrt Midnight Zone } MGM Theatre Sien Off | Sign OH News SUNDAY MORNING Jan. 15 6:55 Q Morn. Devotional 7:00 O This Is The Answer I Christophers I Eternal Light 8:10 Q) Sunday Hymn Living Word Anthem, Praver 8:30 © The Pulpit ~| Sunday School _ Christian Science Adventure Lamp Unto My Feet Early Bird Theatre Jim Ross Movie Look Up and Live Area Churches Camera Three Church fl) CBS Workshop South Main Baptist Harry Reasoner SUNDAY AFTERNOON Bit; Adventure This Is The Life Hour of St. Francis Pip The Piper Builders Showcase Gulf Coast Jamboree TBA Pro Basketball Houston Home Show Sports Rice University Bridge Young Peoples' Concert I Winchell Show __ Walt Disney B TBA Golf Early Show Rocky And His Friends Huntley Report Funday Funnies Meet The Press Young America Speaks 20th CenUiry People Arc Funny SUNDAY WIGHT B Shirley Temple IF) Telenews Weekly Lassie Houiton HetdliiMK Maverick Dennis The Menace Ed Sullivan National Velvet Lawman Tab Hunter Chevy Show G.E. Theater OD The Rebel 8:30 CQ The Islanders 09 Jack Benny 1:00 O Loretta Young ID Candid Camera fcJO m What'i My Lin* 6 This Is Your Life © Winston Churchill M:flO n Sunday Newi ffl New* IB Movie 10:05 Q Play Of Week 10:15 CD Houston Special 10:30 Q Late Show 12:00 m Newi Final 12:05 ffl Evening Hymn 12:45 6 Sign Off MONDAY MORMXG Jan. 16 5:55 O Devotional 6:00 I I Classroom 6:30 (B Cadet Don 6:55 CD Daily Word 7:00 Q Today i } Farm Report, News 7:15 CD Mr. Caboose 7:25 O Today In Houston 7:30 Q Today I J News 8:00 £0 Cadet Don 8:15 CD Capt. Kangaroo (•':25 O Today In Houston 8:30 () Tumblewced Time I I Today 9:00 Q Say When (B Our Miss Brooks My Little Margie 9:30 CD Video Village Play Your Hunch _ Jack La Lanne 10:00 CD I Love Lucy Price Is Risht _ Star Showcase 10:30 CD Tlie Clear Horizon Concentration 11:00 CD Love of Life I Truth or Consequences B Morning Court 11:30 CD Search for Tomorrow It Could Be You Love That Bob 1:45 CD Guiding Light 1:55 O News :2:00 MONDAY AFTERNOON 2:15 .2:30 1:30 Amos 'N Andy News Camouflage Joyce Hayward Medic As The World Turns Beat The Clock 1:00 (D About Faces fM -Tan Murray (D Life of Riley IH News <D House Party B Loretta Young 2:00 (B Day In Court joi Young Dr. Malone fl) The Millionaire 1:30 IM Road To Reality g From These Roots Verdict Is Yours Queen For A Day Make Room For Daddy 0} Brighter Day 3:15 |T| Secret Storm 3:30 © Who Do You Trust? O Here's Hollywood 8 Edge of Night Looney Town fQ American Bandstand IT! Early Show 4: -tO O People's Choice ro 3:00 r i:00 5:10 3:30 5:40 5:45 Kitirik San Francisco Beat Woody Woodpecker Rather News Almanac Newsreol Sports Hiintley-Brinkley Edwards News Fog Covers Much Of Texas As Well As Baytown Area By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Fog early Saturday obscured Texas skies over much of the north central, northeastern and southeastern sections, including the Baytown area. Elsewhere skies were clear. The only precipitation reported was a very light rain which fell near dawn at Texarkana. Dalhart at the top of the Texas Panhandle recorded the early morning low of 25 and temperatures ranged on up into the lower 50s at Longview and Texarkana. Early Saturday the mercury slipped down to the mid 20s at El Paso. MONUMENT Co. — Granite, marble, bronze monuments and grave -risis. CcrruMiry vrerk. Terms, no carrying charges. Market at W. Main, next to People'* SUto Bank, JU 2-1702. 5. Personal PUBLIC NOTICE Francis Reagan Is No Longer Employed BY THE K i R Glass Co. S. E. Blyntone it * R al;is» Co. Visit - (Continued from Page One) ern as any in the states, and the stores and other airport facilities are interesting enough to make you want to stay at the airport for another two days just to tour around. I said goodbye again to all the relatives who came to the airport, except four of the immediate family who were authorized to enter the immigration area with me. A friend of my father-in-law made this exception possible. As I boarded the plane, I could see all of my well-wishers standing above the boarding ramp on the facade waving. My last view of Amsterdam was that of my four-year-old Texas daughter. There were a few familiar faces aboard the plane who had made the trip over with me, but most of the passengers were people just like me, returning from a Christmas visit in Holland, There were no vacant seats. My travel companions were both Dutch, one a lady who was returning to Pasadena, after a seven week visit, and the other a man returning to Canada after a, 17-day stay in Amsterdam. The Amsterdam - to - Montreal iaunt at 38,000 feet took seven lours and five minutes, compared to the five and half hours going Awards Are Made By Phone Co. Mrs. Joe C. Mahan, service representative for the General Telephone Co. of the Southwest in Baytown, was awarded a certificate and key ring when she was welcomed into the "50 Extension Club' 1 Thursday during a luncheon in her honor at the Tower. J. P. Bowden. general sales RIDE WANTED — To Houston vicinity Smith and Elgin from Piumwood. 5 days. 8 to 5. Phone JU 2-S182. R1TJK WANTED—To Houston. iUUl- odlst Hospital, from Highlands area. 5 day«. Monday-Friday. Hours can b« arranged to suit driver. Call 12S-3431. 10. Htlp WanUd Unusual Opportunity For personable man or woman In good health who can work 25 hours tach \veek. C:\r necessary. 1. HtRh famines 2. Monthly bonuse» 3. 3 weeks paid vacation 4. Company benefits No Investment, no night work. For personal interview writ* Mr* F X. ilu Tremblay. 12611 Kathryn 'ct.i Houston 13. Texas. 11. Female Help Wanted LICENSED HAIRDRESSER WANTED — C«il for appointment or Apply in p*r- loo. Chrij' Beauty salon. LO 6-7726. TWO JIAIDS^ Apply In person to th« mir.agtr of the Rrun.ion Theater. WANTED 2 LADIES — To work * hourn per day, J50 per week. Car necessary. Write Box S7I. c:*re of The. Kaytown Sun for phone number. — Reliable, aggressive womnn ase 30 to 50 fur ready-to-wear depurt- mont hentl. Previous experience neces- •ary. See Mr. Sherron at Benll Brother* Department Store. engineer, from San Angelo made i R">' town . nm > ar » the presentation. WOMAN WHO CAN DRIVE ... If you Id enjoy worfrin? 3 oN hours a day callini,' rczularly each month ;>n a croup of studio Girl Cosmetic clients on a route to b<? established In and around to Mrs. Mahan has sold drhvrries. etc.. write to ETUIilO C'.IRLi COHMKTICS. Dept. J-42 E. Olendalr. tele- ! ra ' !f <Tnl». Route will pay up to J3.50 per • hour. 12. Male Help Wanted APPLICATION Tor route carrier — Boys. H-I4 ycnrs of «ffc. Call JU hone extensions since September. She also received a $25 gift certificate for having sold the most extensions in the November sales campaign. At the conclusion of the November campaign, others receiving awards were Mrs. Bill Ping. J10. and Mrs. Audrcl Vinson. $5, for their commercial sales. Mrs. Roscoe Hall received J15 and Mrs. Sammy Koerr S3, as awards in the traffic sales. Mrs. Mahan, better known to tier customers as Bess, has been with the company nine years. Mr. and Mrs. Mahan and their daugh- :er. Rowena, reside at 200 South. Rowena is a student at Cedar Bayou Junior High School. Their son. Bubba, is attending LamarJEARN mo COMMISSION fun or part Tech in Beaumont. ~ ..... AUTO Service Man Salary and commission, paid vacation and other company Iw-ncfits. .Must b* 21 vpars ot age. white. SEE Mr. Savage Western Auto K3 W. Tcxn« 13. Sales Help Wanted Chest - (Continued froom Page One) committee time to contact pros-j »ective candidates. More than a minimum of candidates must bo nominated for each office or directorship, Goss said. tinif? as ;.GU bnild your nwn repfnt liusin<-<,3 showine Am'ricn's l.irR- i"it hno law nnred huslm-si printing. FHKK 3W pajp catalog, samplps, h«n- drrds of iti'ms business pooplt* \f? dailv anil ;>0 pa(;o AdvrflfM.lif Sprrj«Jl>' cula. loff fralunnR iniin-intPd hiill point p^np low a<. J3rt:> Tor UK). FRKE SAl.KS KIT NATIONAL. PRESS, tvpt. :, North chic«\KO. III. 15. Work Wanted over. The route we took was north I Nominations from the public of the one we flew on the way must bo made in writing find may be handed to a member of the or mailed to the Com- irmi.ii rM!K-In nn- hum", b. botwr-pn !l to 1- fl.m virmilv of oiuihle! JLJ over, but I never did crete explanation as to why it ook so much longer to fly back han it did to fly over. After leaving Amsterdam, the he plane never lost contact with Schipol Airport radio tower un- il the edge of Canada could be ighted. Then the Montreal radio station took over directions. :t was quite a feat to maintain for that distance radio contact thought. As on the first KLM flight, the (Carroll munity Qiest. Box '125. Goss said the name of any person nominated must bo placed on the ballot unless ho is unable to servo. Directors whose terms expire in February are Charles Tillory, W. W. Harris. Rev. Wayne McCIes- key, D. A. Smith mid .T. H. Me- Culley for the Community Chest; Dr. S. P. McMurrey, Health League; service stopped candies, took over the minute c i 1 1 Scale aboard — mints refreshments, then and dinner followed by snacks. How KLM makes money and feeds 110 pas- ;eiigers in such grand style is be- ond me. If you don't cat when they >erve you, you get a suspicious ook like maybe you're air sick something. It just doesn't on- er their minds that you can't •at everything they serve you. Tho Montreal weather was cold .nd bleak as it was before. By his time, I was becoming; wc- lausted. It was only 9 p.m. but was still on Dutch time which made it 4 a.m. for mo There were few passengers on "ie Montreal to Houston leg of trip and you can imagine the service we received. The stewardess prepared a bod or me and I slept almost from nmway to runway. A trip aboard CLM to Amsterdam is an adventure all by itstolf. The visit to Holland was ox- porially wonderful but I'm glad to be back in Baytown calling on all my friends. That's nice too. Sam Bramlett, J. W. A. E. Oliphint. Tommy nnd J. J. Murdock, Woi- fare LoaRUe; Frank Goss ;md Mrs. Bea Horton, Health Council. Goss will retire as chairman and Mrs Horton as secretary. Holdover directors are W. Hinson, Max Mosesmnn, H. Plon Now to Dine With Us Sunday SUNDAY - CONTINUOUS SERVICE . . . 11:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. SUNDAY SPECIAL BAKED TURKEY & DRESSING Cranberry Sauce, Fruit Salad, Vegetable, Desert, Rolls, Drink CHILDS PLATE 60c 4 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. $400 1 Mr. & Mrs. R. O. Wofverton, M«nag«ri g^^^ « _ mr. at mr>. rs. \j. TToiverron, manager Bakers CAFETERIA Mi hywiy Drfig « Wo*?ertwi Skoppina Center D. G. Corneil, J. W. Strickler. Lloyd Jones, Roy Elms, James Hnrrop, Dr. A. K. Morris, Morris R. Morrow and Conrad Matysiak, Community Chest. Also Dr. W. P. Capplcman, C. E. Smith, Raymond T. Donnelly. Dr. George L. Walmsloy, J. Robert Barnes and Charles F. Whito. Health League; Troy Peterson, Din-ward Bailoy. B. E. Groer, Hugh Stewart, Konnoth K. Kitchel. H. F. Bares, Rov. Earl Bissox, Mrs. Wallace E. Honner. Mrs. Frrrl Heriorhorst nnr! !.. E. Pon- nington, Welfare League. fill.IOKNT KKKICiKNT I.ADV- 17 yriirs ol'ftrp ^S'pprl^ncc. T^.'n srhf>ol. ni.inn^nct'jrinj:. oil rrfinor-. 1 Clneermtf t>:irUcr.-nlii!!. Tr-in^[x.irt;il Kuil n: p.irt tlmr. JU .1-.-,.',2.1. OK.VKRAI. Of-TlCK typing, timi'. .Ill .",.; GENERAL hanKlnc. i.l rxpi'iH-niv. Turl or full ir«i (mm '.I to K a.m. CAJSPENTRT. flnlshlnc »nd puntinR. . . Cfthlneta hullt, rormlca topi Edwin Arabl». 611 Rolsirr. JU 2--IH59 lnni;lv meals, I/) 6-7711. Any t r,;. f >r. LOVK-Cnrc- for children, hoi my horn?, hour, dnv or nlrnt KK.I'A.'H. HKMDIiKI. NKW CONION. \11 work KiiHr:mtffl WORK WANTKIi— Will il In my liorm- or >"iir;i nr Kho).|.snK mothers. K'vis KxroM^nt '. v nrf. Applv '.'i>( o clill.l cir. for iv.irk :',c Building New Homes ^. rornr.m Top*. A. 1. .V.-iiHc:. 1801 K. TCX..J 16. Apartments For Rent AIiOl-K, L",>p, K. - (.room lurnishe.l :i|urtm*nl \vii|] nivit «n<l «'r ronilliloninu. Plione JU l'-i'Jl.-.. Al'AHTMKXT.S — SJ|i; L ,.|i)i.s njiiirimcnts, liirni*!.*<i ir .toiir... 1 .. Vfr.tdl lie;ii. nir i-omllliomnK. w.llt-t... v.nll r.iij.rt laiinilrring farllitif.«. or- JWM. f'oiivpjiirnf jy located l.liff) K .I.irni'i. .11' .t-tl-1, HRK'K APARTMENT - Nicely fur- ni«hfl. i'lc:in. rlo»« In. Newly disco- -.itf.l Ap;.lv 10 fl f!.i:i!ir.! :.\vw.»y l-r. BAVOU ;<OA;I «!<)- Kurriish- e.l Karnfcf apartment, all hill* pa,ft. DAII.KY, inos ... Fnrni.»ti«T|.Woom UYKil. li.llh. rarport Funera Notices TILTON Funeral services for Mrs. Lon- nio I^anell Tilton, 25, of (!21 Bolster, who died at (i:20 a.m. Saturday in a Baytown hospital, will be hold at 2 p.m. Monday at Paul U. I.oo Funeral Homo. Mrs. Tilton is survived by herj husband, Donnison A. Tilton; three sons, Charles Koith Tilton, James Karl Tilton and Milton Wayne Tilton: one brother Marvin D Pitt- „„„. ,„,,„„ h . hlm) ••—••• . f - man: parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lom-lpitm. ,iu :"""• Lonnie Pittman: all of Baytown., im E - r»m,,hn , P »nm,nt, (or ,"".'• "° w " k ' bili " I" 1 '', nont JU Charqcs Dismissed CORPORATION Court charges against Jack O. Williams, 18, of 1511 Morrell of rudely displaying firearms Dec. 5 wore dismissed Friday by Judge Barney Ward. 411-R — Two hrrlroom un- rurnunert flnplrr. 270 Kinnc pnnn hrat JK5. Call JU 2.SMS. FIIRNISIIK!) A NO UNKURNISHFin APARTMKNTf: - ^ Rooms »nrt "hnt'h. «ir-ron<!;lionM. month, no HI'NNTCIITT, «0 7 "r. -Nlorlv" f,, r n"uilM larB;* four ro.>ni ftr^irttii^nt an ,i K ^. •!• M:h and Hubcaps Stoltn R. D. THOMPSON- of ITS'* E. r»nir »o)rt polico Friday two hub- cans WTO stolon from his car af Cttiro-ns National 'm 1 "if" 1 >nri>rm«iion. IU.INOIS, ^07 INDIANA. .1t fnrn «h*^l du mn-. nil tril* i.i,,,. r oorn •m im- nr>»rt-

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