The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 24, 1969 · Page 11
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Baytown, Texas
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Sun Spots Friday, January 24, 1969 Vljf Vtgtaim 0tra 11 (Continued From P»f e 1) Auto Damaged MRS. BETTY JANE Maeser Jr., 403 Azalea, complained to the Bay town Police Department that she found her car damaged at Texas and Third St. at 1:36 a.m. Friday. Mrs. Maeser said her car was parked in a parking lot and police beJieve the substance was sulphuric acid. Damage to : the car amounted to about $200. GI In Vietnam S-SGT. James W. Smolinski is on duty with the Pacific Air Forces at Bien Hoa Air Base, Vietnam. His wife, Helen, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Whinery, Route One, Baytown. Pasadena Topic CLAY BAILEY, former music editor of the Dallas Times Herald, writer and recipient of the Italian Cultural Award, will present "An Evening of Verdi" at Pasadena Public Library at 8 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 6. Color slides of famous Italian opera houses and other sights of musical significance will be shown. Square Dancers BAYSHORE Wagon Wheel Square Dancers will have a Sadie Hawkins Dance with Bill Scott, master of ceremonies, from the Golden Triangle area. Hosts will be Mr. and Mrs Pete .Bull. On Submarine HAROLD C." HURON, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Huron of North Road, will serve aboard the U.S. George Washington Carver submarine after graduating from submarine school in New London, Conn. CPS Tests FEB. l, is the deadline for registration for those who wish to retake the Certified Professional Secretary Test to be administered in May at the University of Houston. Rice Producers HARRIS COUNTY rice producers are invited to a meeting on water leveling to be held at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 30 at the American Rice Growers building in Katy. The meeting is cosponsored by the County Agricultural Agents and the Soil Conservation Service. GI Graduates AIRMAN MICHAEL 0. Forse, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Towns, has been graduated from a U.S. Air Force technical school at Chanute Air Force Base, Illinois. He was trained as an aircraft equipment repairman and has been assigned to a unit of the Air Training Command at Laughlin AFB, Texas. He is a graduate of Robert E. Lee High School. SIM TEKHV K. Scott is home on a 30-day leave after spending 24 months in Germany, where he was engaged in personnel work for the Army. His next station will be Ft. Uevens, Mass., where he reports Feb. 18. He has six months remaining on his tour of duty. Scott is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Scott of 2201 Carolina. His wife Sylvia and daughter Lisa Ann live at 325 Briarwood. TIMBER WANTED — Phi* and hex* wood, log and oulpwood and estimated. Purchased In bulk or per thousand and units. HERB TIMBER CO., Box 15, Liberty, Texas 7757J. Phone 336-3*41, Llber- V or M7-4476, Roywood, R. B. Evan*. Lee College To Dedicate Moody Center On Feb. 23 Lee College Board of Regents has decided lo dedicate the school's new Moody Center Feb. 23 with an open house ceremony. The regents met for the first time Thursday night in the new board room in Moody Center, which is located in Rundell Hall. Sam Bramlett, regents' president, told the board that "I am proud of the fact that we have come this far at Lee College. This is not any one person's efforts, but an accumulation of all our people's efforts. New Sears 1969 Catalog Is Soon Coming Your Way If you've wondered about which products American consumers want most today, there's a spanking new list that's just been published, according to Charles L. Tillery, manager of Sears, Roebuck's Baytown store. The "list" appears in Sears' 1,554-page 1969 Spring-Summer general catalog, now being distributed to more than 12 million families across the nation. Many of the items, particularly new products, are given opening-page emphasis in the book. "This illustrates the dramatic impact of consumer 'wants' on product development," Tillery said. "More than half the 100,000 items featured in the new book have been developed or significantly improved in the last decade," Tillery said. Developing new products, he added, goes beyond just making them practical and functional. Other factors, typified by the catalog's "wanted" new products, include design, styling and convenience. The "wanted" items in Sears new catalog include: A rectangular, unbreakable 4- bag trash container on wheels. Ankle-length loungewear with sewn-in bra. Remote control electric bumper jack for cars. Ferma-Presl jeans and summer shorts continuing Sears emphasis on "Nealniks." A stereo speaker system which sends high quality sound with No Bidders On School Media Units No bidders showed up by 4 p.m. Thursday for a scheduled opening of bids to construct four new school district instructional media centers and auxiliary spaces and four kindergarten classrooms. One bidder, G. B. Chatham, arrived at the board room with his sealed bid 10 minutes after the deadline, and his bid was returned to him unopened by Architect James A. "Bitsy" Davis and school administrators. Davis said four other bidders who had indicated interest in bidding the jobs had told him earlier that they would be unable lo bid at this time. The projects on which the school district is seeking bids are for instructional media centers at Alamo, Ashbel Smith, Lamar and San Jacinto Elementary Schools and for two kindergarten spaces each at Ashbel Smith and at San Jacinto. Davis estimates the addition at Alamo would cost $37,500; at Ashbel Smith, $50,000; atLamar, H7.500; at San Jacinto, $42,500. The bids will be re-advertised at a later date. Attend Church Sunday equal clarity in any and all directions. Fashion sunglasses with interchangeable lenses in seven colors. A remote control garage door opener. An insulated camping tent. Aluminum shaft golf clubs and tennis rackets. Fiber glass "Gamefisher" boat with molded-in features such as cooler-boat-well, fish- measuring scale and rod holders, a gas-fired backyard grill and a Non-Cling slip with built-in contour bra. Printed in 11 regional editions, the catalog will reach all areas of the nation in about six weeks. Everyone has worked very hard toward this." Lowell Lammers was the architect for the new facility. Dr. Richard D. Strahan, college president, said he feit "thanks should be given the Moody Foundation in Galveston for the grant that made the Moody Center possible. We hope Baytonians wil} turn out Feb. 23 to see the center. We know if they do they will be as proud of it as we are." Architect James A. Davis gave a progress report on construction of the college's new academic facility at the board's meeting Thursday. Alvin H. Miles, comptroller, presented bids for acceptance to the board. The board accepted a $3,306.51 low bid for a Ford tractor with flail mower. The successful bidder was Lansdowne-Moody Co., Inc. Andrew Allen Winn was awarded a bid submitted on the house which abuts college property at 405 South Whiting. Winn's submission was in the amount of $350. The specifications included a clean and orderly rearrangement of property vacated by the removal of the house. In other action, the board gave a nod to go ahead and purchase a $28,713.35 complete printing system manufactured by the Adressograph Multigraph Corp. Peace Justice Vickery Disposes Of 45 Cases By RON LENNARl) Justice of the Peace Glenn Vickery Thursday heard 45 cases on the dockets of Jan. 16 and 23. James R. Barra was fined $15 after entering a plea of guilty for operating a vehicle without Texas registration. Four separate cases of running a stop sign were reset. A case of speeding 101 mph in a 30 mph zone was also reset, as well as a case of driving without an operator's license. (Jlhers paying fines were: Billy Joe Minx, $15, speeding; Mrs. Walter Arnold, J15, abusive language; Henry J. Bonner, $55 running a stop sign and $15 for speeding; Donald R. Gobert, $55, exceeding a bag limit of ducks; Ezra Hill Jr., $25, rudely displaying a weapon; and Otis Williams, $15, driving wrong way on a one-way street and $15 for not having a driver's license. Cases reset were: Dennis Ray Smith, failing to control speed to avoid collision; George M. Reynolds, same offense; Russ Bennett, disposing of mortgage property; and Joe Emmett Howard, driving while intoxicated. Bound over the the Harris County Grand Jury were Floyd J. Jenkins, indecent exposure to a child; J. B. Orion, molesting a minor; Elva Gutierrez, shoplifting; Charles H. Miller, malicious destruction of property; Robert D. Jones, burglary; Leon C. Bench, driving while intoxicated; Harold J. Wheatfall, burglary and rape; and L. E. Morton, swindle by check. Judge Vickery ordered seven cases sent directly lo the grand jury. They were Earnie Lee Bridges, burglary and theft; Edward L. Mason, receiving or concealing stolen property; Chispin A. Hernandez, three separate charges of burglary, theft, and theft from person; Juan Vento, Iwo charges, one burglary and another charge for Iheft. Warrants were ordered by Judge Vickery for the arresl of Arline Reynolds, charged with swindle by check; and Bobby Ashworth, charged with simple assault. Both failed to appear in court. A charge against Wilton Guy Carrico, charged with molesting a minor, was dismissed. Also dismissed were charges against B. E. Welch, swindle by check; Ralph Irvin, theft; Charles Daughtery, theft by bailee; and Jerry L. Sciacca, abusive language. Judge Vickery quashed a charge of theft by bailee against 0. P. Valentine, ordered lo the hearing under $1,000 bond, because of a faully complaint. Baytown Kiwanis Club Wins Two District Awards The Baylown Kiwanis Club held its weekly meeting Thursday. Lawrence Keilly, presidenl, told members of the Baytown Kiwanis Club that the club had received two awards for inter- ciub activity. The awards were presented at the mid-winter conference of the Texas-Oklahoma district held in Dallas recently. Representatives of the Baytown Kiwanis Club who attended the conference were Keilly, John Henderson, vice president, Dave Sherron, vice presidenl, and Al Johnson, secretary. Charles Forque, director of the Robert E. Lee Stage Band, provided the program for the noon meeting. Featured in the program was band member Paul Oslermayer, who played an instrumental solo. Ostermayer is president of the Robert E. Lee National Honor Society. Following the business session, Jon Pfennig, chairman of the membership committee, announced that the committee was starting a drive for new members and asked each present member to participate. News Briefs -r- Soulh Vietnam's Vice Presidenl Nguyen Cao Ky returns to Paris to supervise his government's delegation to the Vietnam peace talks. He says the Saigon regime is "sincere and ready in the hope of achieving a just and lasting peace." + Police, enforcing an anli- ralty rule, arrest more than 400 demonstrators »t San Francisco State College. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISERS ore me« to cneck ttw first Insertion o< an ad for •Ible errors. The Baytown Sun will no-cnara* for an Incorrect ad M me a*V ertlser call* ttw classified deportnwm wfore ttw second mwrnan. GET WELL EQUIPMENT — For Rent, Option to buy. Let us answer your Medicare questions. We will file your claim, Trl City Pharmacy, 422-W91. •AX RETURNS PREPARED BY MAIL — U fet, Call Cllftcn McDowell for lr»- ormatlon, 427-45M. GARAGE SALE - ltl< Crosby Cedar layou Rd. Starts Frl. 'till? Piano, clocks, baffles, clothlno, couch, miscellaneous. Put Classified Ads To Work For You 1. a attend. CALLED COMCLAVl KIN- EDV COMMANDERY, No. *1 K.T.i Friday, January 14, 1W, 7:00 p.m. Work In order el Red Cro«« and Order of Malta. All Knlohtt waed Jame* C. McCoM>, C-ndr. W. R. Ashwoad, Sec. .STATED COMMUNICATION of Bay town Lodge No. 1)57, A.F. 4k A.M.. Friday, January 24, 19*9, 7:30 p.m. In me Cedar Bayou Masonic Temple. R. W. Brother W. P. Rogers D.D.G.M. of Masonic Dlst. XA will make hl» official vltM. All members are urged to attend. Sojourning Brethren cordially Invited. Herbert L. Sharp, W. M. Sam Swor, Sec'y 1-JL Special Notices MEDICAL PROFESSION — Are yeu In- kreited In office or clinic across street rom Gulf Coast Hospital??? Will build o suit tenant. Call C. E. Smltrt, 427-4903 or Information. As of this date I will M looser be re- ponslble for debts Incurred by anyone other Man myself. Signed Thomas L. Patrick 10. BMp Wanted DON M. HULLUM Employment Service WOMEN'S DIVISION Secretary, Typing Si. Shorthand W.-tett Secretory, Tyfcin u, Clerk Typtet, il' 'w'eVdi''.'.'.'.'.'.' MM Clerk Typltl,, Teletype £>•• M Net Words SIM Dometlfc. Help ftoby SltMn COUNSELOR-Komw Hollewry MEN'S DIVISION Loll Technician, Some Chemistry ..MM Tax Accountant, BBA Dearee ... le $7W Shipping Clerk, Experienced ... MM plus Prelect Engineer, CHE Degree »10t* plin Draftsman, Mechanical, piping Open Sales Management Train** S5M Instrument Tech VI1* Quality Control, Welding 1700 Plant Help Permanent SJ.M to 14.11 Delivery Man SM-tM Week Consultant!: Don Hull urn, Don Hendenon Let An Experienced Personnel Man Help Plan Your Career t a.m. to ! p.m. Monday Thru Friday f a.m. |o Noon Saturday Phono <22-«2n 2703 west Main 11. Female Help Wanted FULL TIME CHECKER NEEDED — Must be 21 or older and experienced In drive-In orocerY work. Apply In person only to MINUTE MAN NO. Gulf. I, 321 W. BABYSITTER NEEDED — In my home, S days week, off Wed. and Sunday. 127-4X83 after S p.m. WEDDING SERVICE Cemptetety Mw til Boylawn. Complete decaratlnf «1 church, bouquets and reception. Pertonallzed service. Reasonable. 471-tleS. 1-C Garage Sale INCREASES READERSHIP WHITE SPACE MOVING SALE — Ittt Trenton Lane, Frl. and Sat., 9 to 5. Baby needs, clothes, household Items, furniture, 1958 Bulck, etc. GARAGE SALE — MS Midway, Friday ami Saturday. Records, clothes, mlscel- cneous. GARAGE SALE — l«0t Madison, Frl. thru Tue». Like new Wonder Horse, pe- il« Jr. dresses, other miscellaneous Items. GARAGE SALE — Frl. and Sal., * lo 5, 4506 Ponderosa. Toys, football uniform, x>v scout suit, good children's clothing; boys' size 1-6 and t-16 Including suits; air Is' size 10-14 and little girls' up to size 2. Baby Items and miscellaneous items. Boys Varoom bicycle. GARAGE SALE — 7«1 E. Humble, Friday and Saturday, household furnishings, ools, ctotnei. Personals PEP UP WITH ZIPPIES "P«B Pills" non-habit forming. Only (I.9S, Herrlna Drugstore. LET US WALK HONESTLY, as In ttw day; not In rioting and drunkenness, ncl In ctiarnberlna ond wantonness, not n strife and envying. But pot ye on the Lord Jesus Christ, and make not provision for the flesh, to fulfill the lusts thereof. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS — nfprmatlon on Alcoholism I you have a drlnklna problem Call 427-9700. Q.V.D. For Quality, Value, Dependability. Call Dick Doran fer details, 4224U1. Lost-Found FOUND — White female cat with medium lona hair. Pomelo, 422-2117. FOUND — White male top Poodle. Call 422-2457 and Identify. LOST CAT — Female Siamese, 700 Mir am, vlclnlfy Lee Drive, wearlno ilea cof- ar. REWARD! 422-2632. 7. Instruction* POISE AND MODELING — New session b«glnnlng mid-February. Morning, afternoon, evening. Group ond private lessons. Mary Uynne Johns, School, 422-7217. BONNIBAR PRIVATE SCHOOL —Grades 2-5 Grade added eoch year. Standards tlgher than accredlt.illon requirements Phone 422-7218, or S7S-1122. 10. Help Wanted CLERK FOR LIQUOR STORE — SV* hours per cay. Apply 60o Park. For ap- uolntment call 422-6561. DOMESTIC HELP WANTED IN Croiby crea. One day a week, Saturday morning preferred. Phone 579-3311 after S p.m. 15-A. Bldg. Contractor LIQUIDATING — entire stock, Sllkoft* water proofing and points. All colors, W prlcet 422-4541. PAINTINO AND REMODELING — Heill- dentlal and commercial, fast, dependable service. Call 422-«I72 or 422-S*«V MUHRILL ooms. ll MS THOMPSON BUILDERS Remodeling — cabinets — windows — corperfs — new hornet and eU — Financing. Itt Jehu A, 424-Ut7. Hasty Builders TOTAL REMODELING — FREE ESTIMATES «0* S. Main, Highland*, 4M-U0. CLEVELAND, le* W. — Extra Mce 1 bedrooms, I bath. Cyclone fence, 1125 per Tionrh, referendei, tSO deposit required. 571 MH, Crosby. 16. Apartments For Rent SPACIOUS - Twe bedreom. I both neme, Completely furnished. Adultj only, »17S per month. Carter H. Miller and Asso- cloles. Realtor, M.i-.S., 427-7343 or Claire F. Thaman, 422-<WH. PRUETT, 1MI S. — Upttalrs furnished apartment. Couple only. Phone 422-7145. FURNISHED - One bedroom apartment. Draperies, carpets, utilities paid. Aoply 3213 Missouri, 427-4S39. EFFICIENCY CABIN — One Bedroom furnished. Couple or single. No pets. 5226 Schaopa Lane. THREE ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENTS, 120 weekly, utilities raid, close to town. Claire Thaman, 422-6455, CARTER H. MILLER AND ASSOCIATES, THREE-ROOM DUPLEX-3»4 Wisconsin See from B a.m. to 6 p.m. onlv Bills paid. LA PORTE, »1I S. KANSAS — Small 2 bedroom apartment, 445. Seectal thli week only. 2nd month rent FREE to aood permanent tenant, GR 1-1191. NEVAD mcnt. aoolv BAYW per di DOld. LVN to werk industrial medical clinic. 40 hour per week, B to 5 p.m. Call Peogv Bell, GL 3-5454. RELIABLE — Bab; rr.onth toy. S gnorit my hq*Mf No/ho*BJmr| itter - BABYSITTER NEEDED — In my home, 5 days weekly, 427-3147. TELLER FOR financial Institution. Data processing experience preferred, age 25 to 35. Wrktt Box 238<J care of Trie Baytown Sun, giving qualifications. WANT LADY — To live wim Mother for companion (Including light housework. References required. Call 422-9153 after 6 a.m. BAR MAIDS WANTED — 31-35, tingle, apply 2521 Market S1. Sunday 2-4 p.m.. Body Shop. BABYSI school > da your :urlng PERSONNEL SECRETARY NEEDED — Experienced, SH-70, Typing 55-60, 1400 plus DON HULLUM EMPLOYMENT, 422-8293. EXPERIENCED TYPISTS — CLERKS — BOOKKEEPERS COMPTOMETER OPERATORS Temporary or full time 3y Appointment Phone 4Z7-UU PD TEMPORARIES 12B9 Decker Drive Suite No. 1»1 NEEDED Immediately! Waitress. Please apply In person to THE TOWER RESTAURANT, Decker Dr. EARN MORE!! advertised, prestige Makeup methods med In Show natalonolly ccsmetlct. Hollywood. We leach you FREE - And It's fun! 12 hours weekly should give you S45 profit; full time S104 ond up. Phone VIVIAN WOODARD COSMETICS, for appointment, 422-3*M. 12. Male Help Wanted DRIVER — Age open, draft exempt. Light storehouse work. 40 hour week. Monday throuah Friday. 427-7374. ACTIVE RETIREE — Or c°M«9e stu- ot;nt, to work In furniture store, S300 month. Full or part time. Apoly WILKENFELD FURNITURE. TWO MEN needed ot once to assist mon- ager. Sales-Service and Supplies. No experience necessary, must have car. Call JA 3-251 5. LINE weeki 427-7; RT. and YOUNG MAN — Needed to fill assistant manager position. Good pay, company benefits. Experience not required. Apply In person to (manager of Men's Dept., K-Mart. MANAGER TRAINEE — Must be 21 years old and have auto. Good starting salary, good chance for advancement. <\po!y In person only, AMERICAN FINANCE SYSTEM, 103 W. Texas Ave. TWO EMPLOYEES NEEDED — General cook, end waitress with tray experience Apply In person. Bay Reel Restaurant. 2505 Marker. PHYSICAL THERAPIST — Full or porl- tlme, needed for Crl:ijled Chlldrens Center. Salury open. 422-9605 from B a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Frluoy. THE BAYTOWN SUN has a Home Delivery Route available In Anahuoc. If you arr- o High School Student with a car In Anahuoc you con make a good port time IncDiw. Write to John Fairbanks, Box 473 Bc.ytown, Texas 77520. Baytown Employment Secretary, s/H », Type 5J S42S up Bookkeeper, Full Charge, Type 7S WPM ,.*4M up Engineering Record* Clerk, Type M WPM, S/H M S400 up Typist, U WPM $360 up Clerk Tynlsl, Light S/H S3S» Messenger Ctrl, Type N »J4e P.B.X., Doyt Only (3M up Ports Clertr, Type eg WPM (2M up Housekeepers and C»ok» General Orflc* $2*0 Lab Tech, 3 Mrs. Chemistry ....«•» up Insurance Investigator S4M up Manuger Trainee* MO* up Ploaf Trainees S2-K-H.J1 hr. Production Helpers S2.24 hr. up Custodian, 1 te 11 ps* Fet Pold, Tetnp«r«ry end Port Tlm« Jobs • :M te 4:N Monday Thru FrMay » te 12 Saturday 13»* Decker Dr. CrayiHm* Bid*. 427-J04* Svlta 1*1 PLANT TRAINEES t a « Don't Jnf C*< • J** G«t • COOD Mb — SCI DON M. HULLUM Employment Service to-an rm we»» Classified Display PORTER NEEDED Apply In person to BUTCER CHEF, 12M Morkri MAL£JHELP WANTED 15. Work Wanted OHIO, JIM — Clean furnished apartment, irjlet, sober adults, no pets. Bills paid, S.2 weekly. Phone 422-5771. iLLINgA, •)«•>—, bills ff, jCupled 422.42eVl C: Wl ADOU ment, 422- MAIN, 11* S. — HlafnaiMm, Apt. C. One bedroom furnished, water and gas paid, S30. 426-3521. imenl. -2943. ILLINOIS, 1205 - Furnished 1 rooms. bills paid, couple. 575-1083. COUNTRY CLUB MANOR — 3500 Deck' •' Drive, Section I— I and 2-bedrooms, furnished ond unfurnished apartments. Electric kitchens, olr conditioned; draperks; swimming pool. Phone 424-M13. BLUEBONNET APARTMENTS — (low renting — One and two bedrooms, furnished. All bills paid. h*Y 146. 422-6917. 8ARKLEY SQUARt TOWNHOUSE — low cost luxury and convenience. Swimming pool, central air, patio, carport, dlshwosner, refrigerator, altpascl, carpet ino; furnished or unfurnished- Ulilltlt?; paid. 1215 Park. 422-763S, 422-8707. FURN bath pets. and no Two-Bedroom Apts. $ 135 CREATIVE ARMS — Two-*wdraom UK furnished, all built-in kltchem, carpet* cevered carport, pool, washaterla, fenced playground arm. $135, atl Mils perto mot Beker Rd. I4 BEAUTIFUL APARTMENTS 1-2-1 bedrooms, furnished or unfurnished Electric bullt-lns; pool, parking, etc WHITEHALL, 2300 Taff, 427-1731 NORMANDY—GRANADA—COLONY Ml Trl-Clty Beach Rd., 477-5471 TANGLEWOOD SQUARE Beautiful apartments. One and Two rooms, trees and pool. Phone 427-1)27 NOW RENTING Barcelona Apartment vmaae — Live be*ter electrically In these "newest ol Me new" aptrtmenU. Unique scanith orcn- Itecture and ultra-modern recreation faculties and exaulitte living conditions. One and two bedrooms, furnfoned ond unfur- •hhed. Cell for details. 427-5M1. monover Weickersheimer Manor om and two Moraom apartments rent. Furnished or imfurnlshed. ,422-eH*. GRAYWOOB ARMS One and two bedroarri apartment? rwnlsneil and urtturnlitoetf. UTILITIES PAID LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE 472-MM 1M< Memorial D> Baywood Apartments IJte E. James, furnished er unfurnished aportmerfti tor rent. SB4.S* to 112S. Phone 4X7-4*71. 17. Houses For Rent HWY 14«, 3»12 — Unfurnished S room house, garage and garden space. Must be refined couple. No pels, 422-9349. MASSEY TOMPKINS. »11 — One bedroom furrlshed. mobile home, all utlll tics paid. 427-4336. FRANCIS, 514 W. — 2-bedrooms, panel I'ng. Fenced back yard, garage, is p«j month. Call 424-41*2. ALVA, 201 — 5-room unfurnished house, utility or sleVplna porch. One block from elenentary, 427-In7. NEAL, 212 — 2 bedrooms, furnished, •xjnel heat, air. No pets, references, •' 7*2395. BABYSITTING — In my home. Weekly or hourly. Fenctd yord. Well experienced 427-3142. FORMER LEOAL SECRETARY — Desires typing la hoiie. 412-5549. CANDY CANE NURSERY — New nursery. Kind, Intelligent, loving care. Hot meals, klndergarlen, 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. 5)2 per week I child, etc 427-15*1, 213 E. Texas. HAPPY HOUfc OAT mntSERY — Slate i:rensed. working mofnerj enroll y o u i child now In day core nursery. Call 427-2M7 for appointment. SWINT'S KIDDie CARE — 210 W. man. State llceneed, macks, hot meols, supervised play. Aoe* 3 thru 10- 6:30 a.m la 6 e.m. 422-96M, otter « call 437-4244 SEWING DONE Phene Mother Goose Nursery State Llc*ne*d «22-e*n 15-A. Bldg. Contractor I-'OR FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED HOUSES Coll T. W. Wllks, Realtor Phone 422-413I. MOBILE HOME FOR RENT — 1 or 2 oersons, J20 week, bills ookJ. Aoolv 509 Stella, 427-2714. PEGGY, M3 — For sole or rent, unfur- rlshed 2 bedrooms, completely redecorated, beautiful Hftrdwood floors, 422-5871. LARGE BRICK — 3 bedrooms, 2 baths den. living room. Central heat, window air, J150 month. Carter H. Miller ond Associates, Realtors, 427-7343 or Claire F. Thaman. 422-6455. BAKER RD., MOO — 1 bedroom unfurnished house. Washrr and air conditioner connections, 424-8391. FOR RENT — Trailer house. Large, lum Ished, /fcpd ed. cJJal bills f&. ^^cefffrif B leoe Classified Display 17. House* Par Rftttt ADAMS, MM — f»r »«• *r rml, vev uinlshed 3-bedroom brick, family room, 2-car carafe. 422-5171. lna room. 427-3349. SCARLETT, 3d — UMwnJtnetf ooms, 2 baths, window air. Fenced bock /ord. WALKER REALTY, 424-54*3 or u4-52aO. tAYTOWN WBLDfMO Rentali, Repairs. Oxygen and acetylene, anesthetic gate* and eauipmenf. 24-hou/ •ervke. m N. Alexander, 427-leW. HOUSE FOIl LEASE — On M. Cemmerce. Unfurnished 3-bedroom. Available In 30 dav$. Call 422-7314, HIGHWAY BLVD., W — Tw» betfreem. completely furnished, air conditioned. Ao- ply Trl-Clty Exterminating. HI WAY m — Sunny Villa trailer. )-bod- rooms, furnished, air conditioned. GL 2-496*. OWA, 3127 — Nicety furnished brick lome, 2-bedrooms, den, large living area, central heat, air conditioned, water arid gas furnished. 1150 month. No pets. EXECUTIVE HOME — 1-beoVoams, 1 xilhs, air, heat, $200. Plus security 6e- DOtlt. McCANDLESS, 427-1217. NEW MOBILE HOME — Furnished, 1* ft. wide, 2 bedroom, all bills paid. Deposit required, TRAILER CITY, 2410 N. Alexander Dr. MCKINNEY RD., Hit — Celonlat Park, 2-bedrom mobile home, 130-135 weekly. Coll 422-9233. HIGH ed ho 18. Bedrooms - Board LOB IT, 7«l E. — Bedroom, titling roetn, share kitchen and bath. FWrarfe only. Call 422-4675. BEDROOM — Wlttt private bath, clephone ootlonal. Call 427-1BJ5. LADIES OR GENTLEMEN — No drunks, private entrances, kitchen privileges, 211 E. Murrlll, 427-3035. BEDROOM — With private entrance. Call 422-9374. private bath and JAMES, bath, 422-941 ftln NICE BEDROOMS — Men only; plenty parking. With or without olr conditioning PARKS HOTEL, 427-972Z 601 S. Main. 19. Business Rentals BAYWAV DR., 4404 — Business building for lease, formerly Guys and Dolls, Call 424-5477. UH PARK — 1MO Sq. Ft. Good parkin* area. Hardware, point, appliances, furniture, business supplies and etc. Phone Ar.btll, 422-2838. WAREHOUSE, 117 Naire, — MxlM ft. masonry building with office space. Will rent or leas*. Mrs. Lambert, 422-6904. COMMERCIAL SPACE — Near K-Marl Plaza. Coll JOHN M. SHEARER, REALTY, 422-6517 or 422-6036. METAL BUILDING - SuiMM* tor SMp or Garage, 910 N. Main. *hone 4I7-Z721. Warehouse For Renton N. Main. «• ft. by M n. en 2 acres Suitable for garage. Includes efflce Call 422 «3». 20. Wanted To Rent WANT TO RENT OARAGE — (Prefer ably In vicinity of Ward Rd. and Hwy 146. Call 422-4111. 21. Trailer Space LARGE CORNER LOT for rent or sol* In Hlahlands, for mobile home. Swimming cool available. Contact Leonards Barber Shop, Baywav Dr. 424-5120 after 12 noon. STOP PAYING RENT! — own a let for your mobile ho-ne. Community swlmm?ng pool. S50 down, 125 monthly. Also have ^ aero tracts, same fcrms. HIGHLANDS. CHARLIE RAMSEY. 426-3521. 23. Offered B-ackhoe and Loader Ytr« Dirt — 43MIM. L»»d BurrH ASPHALT PAVING AH type*-streets, parking Mf, orlvewenrv BAVTOWN ASPHALT CONTRACTORS, 23-A. Welding Supplies 24. Soil - Pertilter POP. BEST RESULTS — Try FerHlejwe Wlnterlier (or new or established lawns. Have the prettiest lawn tMs spring. LYNCHBURG FEED AND HARDWARE TOP SOIL-FILL SAND SHELL—CLAY—PINK BARK 36. Plants • Seeds SPRING IS ALMOJT HERE! SlasM Pine T f <"- Nondenos. NEW shipment of AZALEAS. DAVIS NURSERY. 1 Pecker Drive, 424-7171. PRUIT TREES - Pear, peach. Blum, Japanese iferslmmon, latlsumc, kumqual, "cnge, lemon. SMITH BARROW GARDENS, 8*02 Thompson Rd., 426-3215. 28. Pets - Supplies JAPANESE AKITA PUPPJES — Reolslered. 1100. Coll 575-1172. DACHSHUND PUPPIES - AKC resistor- ed females. 6 Weeks, 427-3211 or 424-7961. FREE COMB WITH LAMB CUT —Free Cologne with Town and Country. Free sweater with Strip cut. M & R PET SKOP, 280) H. Main. 422-44W. FIVE gallon aquarium U-W TEN gallon aquarium S6.40 Squirrel Monkeys - 119.95 GREENWOOD'S PET SHOP 424-2537 IRISH SETTER PUPPIES — AK.C, 6 weeks. Con 427-5SSO. OCXS OBEDIENCE SCHOOL — First class Monday, January 20, 7 p.m.; reals- trollon cutoff Jon. 27. 12 weeks, JIO. Culpepper's parking lot. 424-5732 or 427-2971. TOWN AND COUNTRY KENNELS — Grooming and boarding. Poodle puppies, terms available. 4506 N. Main. 4Z2-497I. PROFESSIONAL POODLE GROOMING OLAIR LAC KENNELS 4M-11SS evenlnas and weekends. $1.49 GAY PET WAFFERS M count, money bock guarantee. Offer good ttru Sat., Feb. 1st. GULF COAST PHARMACY • Garth Rd. 472-HI7 FREE ; CITY DELIVERY 29. Livestock - Supplies BABY CALVES — For sale, GOLDEN'S CALF BARN. 4815 Redell Rd., 424-7789. HORSES — Gentle. Shetland. Go«d t«r children. Gelding, good roping hors*. 575-1309. THREE QUARTER HORSES, Very good blood line. Must see to appreciate. For Information coll 426-3095. HAY — Dallls Grass. lertJIUed and sprcy ed tor weVds In soring. Coll 57»-3101 Crosby. SHETLAND PONY — Good »ilh d»H dren. saddle Included, VS. 573-1314. EXCELLENT RED TOP CANE HAY — Large bale SI.20 under iOO boies. 9106 Wode Rd. GRASS HAY 1.80 pale 575-1551 after 7 p.m. NORSE STALLS FOR RENT — Including 25 acres for grazing. Newest and nicest In Baytown. Lorry Enderll, 4274414, 575-1161. MOBILE HOME SPACES — On Lake Houston. Boating and fishing. Included. 130 month. Also furnished cabin for rent, unfurnished brick hotie on lake. ANDY'S CAMP, 427-2109. HORSE FOR SALE en-urn JOHNSON'S TRAILER PARK — Cerne. of Ave. B A Hwy. 146. All city utilities (natural gc.l 576-2620 Mt. Belvleu. 23. Services Offered HODGES OVERHEAD DOOR CO. — Residential ond Commercial doors serviced ond repaired 424-5638. INCOME TAX SERVICE — Abe Ber- ntan Consultant 713 Granlham, 422-4676, Bv appointment. COL'RTEOUS — REASONABLE - DFPENDABLE-ACCURATE INCOME TAX — Non-nemlied 1040, 14; simple Itemized 1040, JIO.- Detailed prices at request. JAMES DUVALL BUSINESS, 422-9434. J. H. BERRY, ASPHALT CONTRACTOR Equipment & Truck Rentals. Sewer and Water Linn Flense call 427-4998. ROACHES? Average 4 room house, >H. Alsn termites, ants, fleas, etc. Conmer- clal, residential. Bonded, licensed. Hcrvey's Pest Control, 422-MS6, 422-5157 PINEMONT ENTERPRISES — Welding (Including aluminum) sandblasting, painting. 7001 Decker. 424-5546. HORSES Boy gelding HI; Mexican bmre, ISO; Registered black Appaleosa More, S3*0; palomino mare, 1271. 42*-e*f*. 31. Articles For Sato RCFRIOERATO* — O.E., 2-door, apod condition, $35. Call 422-*402. DINkNO SUITE, FAN, ETC. — Or Mel Mahogany dining table and 6 cr.olrs. From Thomoj Court collection. M Inrn roll about wind-maker Fan. Space heaters, other Items. 701 E. Humble, 422-IJ472. TYPEWRITER — S4OT* CM****, excellent condition, MS. 472-727*. RIM and ».M x II lira or 1WI Falcon, 17.50. 1<X)7 Kentucky. WMto S*«c* Increase* RMeinhtp BUTANE FLOOR BID, never used, 424-4MS. FURNACE — • 40,006 MS. PARTIN'S USED FURNITURE Refrigerator, )4' Double Door Coldspot, Late Modtl JI25W Pine Pedestal Table, Heovy 41 In. 95.CO S Drawer Chest of Drawers Bookcase Headboard Bedstead .. New Double Box and Inner Sorlna Vt Nice Apartment Rang* Kerosene Heater 14.S5 42S W. Main . 4>.9S 12.9S OLD PELLY 422-50-19 OWN A NEW ELECTROLUX Vacuum cleaner. Just « monthly. J. WILKINSON, 427-1523. TRUCK-GUN — '5> CJtevrekl panel frucX, 3006. with scope. 432-70S2. STERE 21 I ISO. CLEAN CARPETS with erne. Blue Lustre makes the lob a breeze. Rent electric shampoer »1. WOOD'S HOME CENTER, •00 E. Texas. STORAGE BOXES AVAILABLE NOW— Calendar refills available. All office supplies you'll need to start IM9 right. MATKERNE'S at 117-119 West Peorce. CHAIN HOIST — One-ten Coffin* Chain hols' In excellent condition. Cost 1300 rrw, will sell for H50. Call 422-8302 and ask for Mr. Kvt«. WELL kept carpet* show MM rewrift of regular B1u« Lustre soot cleaning. Rent electric shampoocr II. S. R WILLIAMS CO., Mont Belvleu. ADDING MACHINES - CASH REGIS TERS • TYPEWRITERS Sales, Rentals. Service. All make*, electric and manual. BLOOM SALES. 3305 Market. 4X7-2325. AS ALWAYS — Your supplier ef Needle Work ond Crofts. MCDONALD NEEDLE ARTS Bob Smith Rood. 427-1272. DIAMONDS are A girl's best friend— until she finds Blue Lustre for cleanlns corpets. ftenf electric shampooer 11. DAYTOWN HARDWARE, Old BavtOwn. MISCELLANEOUS — Frenc* Provincial sofa, 175. Large metal desk and swivel chair, S12S. S H.P. outboard Sea Flyer motor, J75. Gerard turntable. Harmon Cordin amplifier, and 4 speakers IH cases, all $75. 427-1460. CAR STEREO — ^ track. US. Phort* 422-SI21. TV SALE — Portable* SB I* SS>. Tables and console models, 125. 160 to UO, color sets. 1100 fa 1125. Shoo repairs, WORLD TV. 1311 S. Main. 427-1431. TRIPLE DRESSER and bookcase headboard, ISO; Lane cedar Chest. 129; chrontc dinette set, 112; 427-1 5SO. GRAVES WAREHOUSE Antique Metal Bed i 15.00 Arnall Office Desk 1 29.50 Check Writer 1 10.00 Adding Machine 1 2500 Ccsri Register 1 25.00 Hospital Bed 1 25.00 Nice Bookcase 1 10.00 Antique Oak Dresser 1 25.00 Mahoqanv Duncan Phvfe Couch ...} 35.CXJ 5 Piece Duncon Phyfe Drop Leaf Dinette * 49.50 3 Piece Water Fall Bedroom Suite S 47.50 Apartment Stove 1 37.So Aoarfmenf Refrigerator 147.50 Built-in Electric Ranoe 1125.00 4 Piece Dlnelte 1 17.5O Lorae -I Drawer Chest 1 17.50 t\A W. Main — OLD PELLY FURNITURE — Sefa, 1 end tables, coffee table, desk. Alt new. Must sell WILL SACRIFICE! 422-7«47. TAKE UP PAYMENTS en repossessed Eleclro'ux Vacuum, carries new cleaner 3uoranfe«. JA 3-2515. REFRIGERATOR — 11 cubic ft. uorlaht G.E. 125. 427-2412. Alfi CONDITIONERS, PIANO — TvT Ion Fedders, 1-ton Vornado, working condition: Gooa upright piano. 422-4471. PRECIOUS STONES — Cutfem cut ond mounted. Also ceramic gifst, supplies. Watch ond Jewelry repair. 5500 Shepherd Rd. (Between Garth ond John Morhn Ra.) BAYSHORE ROCK. SHOP 575-1471. 99 CENTS CINCHWORMER Worm ony si» horse. Simple 1 dose container. Money bock guarantee. Offer g«od thru tat., Feb. 1st. GULF COAST PHARMACY Gortft Rd. 422-M17 FREE CITY DELIVERY 30. Articles Wanted WANTfl — Kyi: WANT to buy aluminum windows — Jalousie, crank type, etc. Call 424-4061 after 5 a.m. WANT TO BUY, CAST IRON, POT BELLIED STOVE — ANY CONDITION, but reasonable. Also want old wardrobe. Call 474-iMi after 5 p.m. BAYTOWN AIR CONDITIONING A HEATING CO., 1314 N. Main, Days 4274012. Nights 427-5465 — TWENTY FOUR HOURS SERVICE. Expert Installation ana servicing, commercial ond residential. MELVIN ONES. OWtlER. "No equipment Is ^Tfer than the Installation and •ervlclng " INCOME TAX SERVICE — M up, appointments at your home, call after 4 o m., Raymond Bodeaux, 472-0953. TRENCHING AND 8ACKHOE WORK Also tqulpmenl and machine mcvSfnV Call 422-8239 Electric Motor Repair Krwlndlno, any kind, >H«, modern eoiri* nient. Qualified mechanic. MASSEY CLECTRIC, 121 S. Pruett, 472-72*1. Classified Display GET NEW BATHROOM BEAUTY — Let us remodel your existing bath, cabinets, etc. 5-years to pay. C G."ROCKY" ROQUEMORE 1404 Wrlphl Blvd., 422-PI7V. BJLYTOWN'S LARGEST HOME BUIIDER HOUSE LEVELING — Bell bottom type piers lo builders cloy. Slabs our specialty. All work guaranteed. A-ABA FOUNDATION CO., 474 81H or 414-7910. ALL KINDS OF CARPENTRY and painting No lob too small or too large. Phone 427-1047. REPLACE THAT OLD ROOF — Wltn a Banded roof by Bob. Sldlno and remodeling. 4J7-2S14. Classiftod Display BEAUTIRJL-WCTURESQUE GRANITE SHOALS LAKE Cosy t bedroom*, t fail baths, utility room, «pe>clou» living area with cathedenU ceiling mnd Inviting fireplace. OUsed-ln Mm room with breathtaking view of th« dock and lake. Situated on two uuvd*eap*d lots— 14* ft. waterfront. Priee indode* all furntshino two boat* (I OUstron Inboard, outboard), motors, lawn- mowerm, toots, etc. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 944-6710 OH NIGHTS 921-SI05. OokKnont And Glenmcadew Vn-Mll, 424-12$Z, iW-Wlt 2 OUmoroag baths 106% Nylon carpettAf FuDy insulated KHcfcen pantries AU gas built-in kitchen* AH brlek,nn4Ho<UnJr Central heat, air c*nditionlac Double farsce Boodetf .a%a**e) Builder* * sad 4 Bedroom Horace f 17,400 VETERANS S100 Total Move In AlsoFHA WANTED — Hardtop for If Si MCA. Must be In aood ihcpe. Call 424-73*9. 30-A. Will Trad* T-BIRD, 1M4 — Landau, laooexl, excellent condition. 1 owner, blue, white vinyl lop, 11500 cash or Irodt for vacant lot or tractor, 4S3-3412. Classified Display CERAMIC SHOP—314 W. Main, eld Petty. Greenware, bisque, supplies and gifts. 422-9978. THREE 5 TOM AIR CONDITIONER UNITS — Used 18 months since new. will sei: as Is or Installed. Financing avoir- able. ALASKAN AIR CONDITIONING AND HEATING CO. 42&-J715, 424-2244. MATTRESS — Firm, futt lilt, newly rebuilt. Call 422-77S7. FOR JALE — Phllco TV, bedroom suite, slnole Bed. steel oorcn >et, gas heaters, Coll 4J2-9906. COOKWARE, STEREO — New unuted 14 olece set Continental Teflon coottware by West Bend. $30. Used oorfa&le record plover wllh stereo needle. 125. 427-M70 Classified Display CARRfR WAKTH) The Baytown Sun hag an opening- for a motor route carrier. Thl» In pleasant weekday afternoon delivery (No Sanday) Miwt have rood tranHrwrtation. Call John Fairbanks t3S~62& Baytown featuring MODERN ELECTRIC HEATING... Gentle, uniform warmth. M ^ , o[a] comfof , {(J !he enjoyment of lotal electric -matchless comfort Clean as sunlight Safe as your electric ligh'ting Low winter rate gives economical operation New Homes 3-Bodroom, All Brick, Electrically Heated, And Air Conditioned, Electric Range, KitchenAide Dishwasher, 2 Tile Baths. Plumwood Sec V FROM $18,900 1408—1410—1505 Greenwood Dr. Others Under Construction Fair Park £03—607—609 Midway N'earln* QompieUon WILL TRADE Starett Lumber Co. BO *!5!P «2-7l2l 427-7349 f

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