The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 27, 1969 · Page 2
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2 9& BtftiuM **« Monday. January 27. 1969 Noon Slock Quotes (Courtwy «f C*b*m N«Ho**J bi* «nd Goodbody C*J Allis Chalmers 31',B Arlan's Dept Store 36 Am Tel & Tel 52*« Anaconda 604 Armco 62'.-j Ashland Oil Bendis Beth Steel Carrier Corp 73Ta Celanese 70V 4 Chrysler 527* Columbia Gas . 30 a . 4 Delta Air 38> 9 •uneral Motices 0. E. HKNSON Funeral services were lo be held at 2 p.m. Monday at Paul U. Lee Chapel for Odes Edward Henson. 80, of 2026 Kilgore Road. Henson died at 1:05 a.m. Sunday in a Baytown hospital. A Bay town resident -41 years, Henson was born in Crawford, McCiennan County. He was a supervisor at the time of his retirement from the Baytown Refinery in 1953. Me is survived by his wife, Mrs Bertha Jay Henson of Baytown; a daughter, Mrs. A. M. "Jack" Howell of Baytown; two grandsons, Gary Howell of South Houston and Ll. Robert E, Howell of the United States Air Force in Austin; and one great granddaughter, Diana Lyn Howell of South Houston. Kev. Jim Brown of Central Baptist Church was to officiate at the services. Burial was to be in San Jacinto Memorial Park. Pallbearers are listed as I.. N. Ciruli, Martin Chappel, John H. Cassels. J. T. Swint, J. M. Stephan and M. H. Archer. NOW SHOWING THRU TUESDAY JOIN-IN THE DISNEY FUN-IN! WA1TD4MCY Winnie Tcctmictfer DECKER DRIVE IN THEATRE PH. 4M-5012 UAUJ THRU nUW TUESDAY DOUBLE FEATURE • NO REPEATING • 7:09 PJVt 40 MINUTES OF CARTOON' AND COMEDIES 1:40 P Diamond Shamrock Dow Chemical Dresser Ind DuPont 154 7 /« El Paso Nat Gas 24Vi Ethyl Corp 36'/-z Ford KWi Foremost-McKesson 3l 7 /» Gen Elec Gen Motors Gen Tel & Elec 38% Gen Tire 32'^ Georgia-Pacific 89'/j Getty Oil Gille'tte Gordon's Jewelry 39Vh Greyhound No Sale Gulf Oii 42'/g Gulf States Util 273s Gulf Western 49V* Halliburton 93 Harvey Aluminum 394s Hoffman Electr 19 Ho L&P 46 Interlake Steel 39^ IBM 299V 4 Jones & Laughlin 76 1 -. 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(LVUKGANU; YIYll.X I.KKJII LKSUK1KMAKI) OUYIAdcllAMUAM) I CHILDREN 7Sc ADULTS 1.75 FEATURE AT 8:00 (tnlinttal Drive-In Theatre HIGHWAY 146 AT LA PORTE NOW SHOWING THRU TUESDAY FRANK SINATRA DiniiFi urn m miARD MART|NLAINIE PA[ KSXriErr 11 OWE GABEL KAZAN HENRY ?**** DANBLOCKER CKAKLES ANTHONY Pax- Ion, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Pax ton of 709 W. James, celebrated his sixth birthday Sunday. He has one brother, Angelo, 2; two sisters, Mary Elizabeth, 7, and Kegina Kathleena, 18 months. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John I. Faxton o( YViltiam&town, N.J., and MJ-. and Mrs. A. W. Fisher of Baytown. Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. P.S. De- Koche and Mrs. Nattie Bumgardner of Ashland, La. CATHOLIC - (Continued From Fife 1) changed his mind after 40 well- known theologians published a request for changes in the conservative Vatican Curia, the central administration of the church. In Cleveland, Ohio, two priests were arrested Sunday and suspended from clerical duties after they led a procession up an aisle of St. John's Roman Catholic Cathedral and tried to conduct an unauthorized Mass. The priests, who were charged with trespassing, were the Rev. Robert T. Begin, 30, the nephew of Bishop Floyd Begin of Oakland, Calif., and the Rev. Bernard L. Meyer, 3L Father Meyer was carried out of the church by police. The two priests, both assistants at Cleveland area parishes, were suspended by Bishop Clarence G. Issenmann of Cleveland. A new group called Christians Who Care said the unauthorized Mass was a protest against the Church because it "coexists self-righteously and apathetically with immoral and inhuman wars, intolerable and divisive racism and extreme and dire poverty." In Amsterdam, four Jesuit priests assigned to work among students asked their 1,200 parishioners Sunday if they are prepared to break with the Vatican over the requirement for celibacy among priests. The four set a March deadline for the Dutch students to decide whether to set up a dissident organization if the celibacy rule is not relaxed. One of the four priests is the Rev. Jos Vrijburg, who an nounced his decision to marry last year, although he has never publicly named the girl or set a date. Ninety per cent of the Am sterdam student parish have voted to maintain him as pastor after his marriage, conceding that he would only preach anc not celebrate Mass. (Continued From Page 1) Robert Burns, too, and later penned a tribute to Burns in a poem printed in an Edinburgh, Scotland, newspaper. When he was ready for high school, the state schools were open to Sjolander on the condition that he atone for his dead father, take the Latin course and become a priest. He refused. In 1666 he went to England with his employer, an English lumber importer who took him into his own home. Sjolander never matriculated at Trinity College but spent hours attending lectures there and browsing through the college library. Some said at the time he probably was receiving a better education than the regular students. In 1870 he went to Germany in time to gel involved in the Franco-Prussian War. He was imprisoned, paroled to Copenhagen and ordered to return to Sweden. Not anxious to go home because of his country's religious intolerance, he instead took passage to England and from there, tn Galveston. Escaping from the wrath of a tyrannical ship captain in Galveston, the 20-year-old Swede found Cedar Bayou. "I was entranced by the bayou," he recalled. "Trees almost meeting over the water, vines and flowers everywhere, and I made up my mind to stay here." And he did, except for a brief sojourn in Philadelphia where he was OP. the staff of Peterson's Magazine. He preferred living and farming in Cedar Bayou and returned here to become the plowman-poet, a man who loved to write and work with his hands. John Peter Sjolander once came close to high honor in his native country. For his translations for Swedish folk songs into English and of English poems into the Swedish language, he was presented for election to the Swedish Academy in 1922. Many believe he was not finally accepted because of the earlier controversy about state religion. Rites Pending For Baytonian Funeral arrangements will be announced for Mrs. Ossie Florence Wright, 62, of 5914 Reddell Road, who died at 4:30 p.m. Sunday in a hospital here. She lived here 43 years. Survivors are her husband, Rupert C. Wright of Baytown; a daughter, Mrs. Ossie Collene Earls of Houston; two sons, Rupert C. Wright II of Corpus Christi and Connie M. Wright of Portland, Tex.; her mother, Mrs. J. R. Rowell of Nacogdoches; two sisters, Mrs. Freddie Shun of Nacogdoches and Mrs. Ernest Mueller of Baytown; two brothers, Roy M. Rowell of Houston and C. L. Rowell of Nacogdoches. Also surviving are -eight grandchildren. Beach City BEACH CITY Council meets at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Community Building on West Bay Road. MJUS "FANTASTIC VOYAGE* Starting Wednesday For One Week 'BULLITT' Detective Ll. Frank Ctillitt--some other kind cf cop. SUGGESTED FOR *uqitMCES, -3t TECMKOIOI'' rUM WKI MOJ.-JOU UTS 1 DANCE Knights of Columbus Hall 2600 W. Main Boytown. Texas Saturday! February 1st 900 PM. 'til 1:00 JUC. Music by Gil Boca's Orchestra Semi-formal Effect On Peace Talk Pondered PARIS (AP) - American and South Vietnamese negotiators studied reports today on the upsurge of Viet Cong attacks, considering their effect on the Vietnam peace talks. The attacks, apparently timed to coincide with the opening of the four party conference, intensified over the weekend along the Cambodian border and in the Mekong Delta south of Saigon. South Vietnamese sources said the Saigon government probably would instruct its delegate, Pham Dang Lam, to warn the next meeting of the conference Thursday that any new wave of violence could obstruct the way to peace. American officials said the attacks "are not likely to improve the atmosphere" at the conference. But they added that the U.S. Government has always expected the fighting to continue, at least through the initial stages of the new series of talks. North Vietnam and the Viet Cong's National Liberation Front have never concealed their intention to 'Tight and talk," to continue the war unabated until the United States has agreed to withdraw its forces from South Vietnam. Their delegates made this clear again in their statements to the opening plenary session Saturday. "As long as the United States continues its aggression, the 31 million Vietnamese, united as one man, will go on fighting un til total victory," said Hanoi's delegate Xuan Thuy. Tran Buu Kiem, "foreign min ister" of the NLF central committee, used almost the same words to warn that the fighting would not subside just because the conference has started. Although the United States stopped bombing North Vietnam last November to get the Paris talks going, it intensified its bombing of North Vietnamese troops and supplies moving south through Laos. And U.S. and South Vietnamese forces in South Vietnam have intensified their operations seeking to root out the North Vietnamese and Viet Cong and destroy them. SAIGON (AP) - The U.S. Command today reported 180 more indications of North Vietnamese activity inside the demilitarized zone during a five- day period last week. "We still have a lot of sight ings of enemy troops in the DMZ," said a U.S. source, "but it doesn't appear anything major has moved across. There have been no large unit sightings reported and we doubt that there are any regimental or division headquarters in the area." Another source said that North Vietnamese troops were building bunkers in both halves of the DMZ, but "we've been shooting them up as fast as we find them." The report came two days after U.S. Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge told the first subs tan tive session of the four-party Vietnam peace talks in Paris that "the search for peace can begin in the DMZ." "We believe that the demilitarized status of the zone between North and South Vietnam should be restored immediately," Lodge said in his opening statement. Only one of the 180 indications from last Monday through Friday was considered significant by the U.S. Command—enemy gunners shooting off a tire of a light American reconnaissance plane flying over the DMZ. Five enemy gun emplacements were destroyed by U.S. artillery after that attack, spokesmen said. During the same fwe-day period, U.S. headquarters said American bombers, warships and artillery fired five times into the DMZ after enemy act'rv ity was sighted. North Vietnamese and Viet Cong troops launched a dozen attacks on allied bases and oth er installations over the week end, bearing out the prediction! of U.S. military analysts tha the Communist command wouk increase its operations to boos its negotiating position In Paris while the new administration is still settling down in Washing ton. TICKETS TO EVERYWHERE! Wherever in lh« world you want lo go . . . we can arrang* it, We hove connections . . . with all of (he airlines, ship lines, bus lines, railroads . . . any way you want to get I'here. Choos* o planned four or plan a (our of your own. Whatever arrangements you desire . . let us help. Before you know it, you'll be on your way. CITIZENS TRAVEL AGENCY Citizens NaHonal tank Bldg. • Baytown, Texat • 427-7301, Ext. 371 Baytonian Hurt In Cycle Mishap Motorcyclist Herbert S Hampton, 16, of 1807 W. Humble, was in good condition Monday morning at San Jacinto Methodist Hospital after striking the rear of a car at 3 p.m. Sunday on West Texas near Pruett. Jeffrey L. Spangler, 1602 Me Farland, was waiting for the light to change before making a left turn. Hampton failed to stop in time to avoid striking the rear of his car, police said. Hampton was charged with negligent collision. p^w^^^^^^^*™^ ~ fa't s s- S/^e-s>t/ v */VJ<*>, 1st race winner $2 2nd race winner $10 3rd race winner $25 4th race winner $100 5th race winner $1000 EVERY THURSDAY 9:30 PM KTRK T-Y CHANNEL 13 These prices good through Jon. 29. We reserve the right to limit. •AMA Grape Jelly MORTON HOUSE Beef Stew LARSENS VEG—ALL MIXED Vegetables JOHNSON LEMON Pledge Wax PARXAY DIET Margarine m FOOD CLUB 25.00 Winner MRS. F. S. PETTY Baytewn 4M E. 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