The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 18, 1961 · Page 13
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 13

Baytown, Texas
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Wednesday, January 18, 1961
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14 111* Safinuiu vve~ii~£Cciy, January 16, 1961 M<!$. HITS FLATS Bv Frank Roberae / NO BODY'S \ ( EVER LET ME " REPRESENT /WON'T THE'SUCTION SWeePERf YOU COMPANY." . -~ COME » ^ Prospective Travelers To Europe Have Meeting A sjroup of Baytown's prospective European travelers met Tues- ij;ht at the Chamber of Com- niorce !o hear a description of the itinerary ;i!id arrangements for 17-day European Headline Tour sponsored by The Baytown nd Citizens National Bank. travel arrangements, accommodations and highlights of the trip. John Wadiey. Sun advertising manager who just returned from Holland aboard the same KLM flight to be taken by Baytown's European travelers, told of his experiences aboard the Edward J. Bissell, the KLM describing the flight, Wadiey sai Royal Airlines representative who (that the world - renowned KL? helped arrange the tour. BEETLE BAILEY ': i WISH r-^ <<J,, 1 TH=y 5AM IT /iH.^. *=/ 'p, \ ™= wft tf vv •ii$$ ^\A R =A^°A? Lt'"W x V ji$ 5m S ^~~>"•> ^jV -^"WO—T— \ —rr J <^So ^j _ o . i MS •~'.<£~b.G<3c£p; US£P TO PAY FOR DOif-S NOTHING. 1 By Mort Walker HERE 'IN ; ARMV? NUBBIN By Jim Burnett & George Crandali MR. ABERNATHY By Frank Ridgeway and Ralston (Bud) Jones MY DIETING HAS REALLY PAID OFF' XVE JUST LOST ANOTHER. 1/32!iEOFAWOUNCE! HI AND LOIS By Mort Walker and Kik Brown* I'VE GOTTA ) BE MORE < WELL, PONT BLAME ME IF I NEVER AMOUNT TO ANYTHING. MORE' THINGS. BARNEY GOOGLE AND SNUFFY SMITH By Fred Lasswell i'M 601N' OFF TO TH' FIBTLPiNDS N' L'RRW ALL THEM VO'RE TETCHED, THURSTON THIS ISTH' ROCKIEST AN' ROLLIEST KENTRY VE'LL EVER FIND DANCW STEPS, SNUrTV BRICK BRADFORD By Paul Norris SCOP BLAST ! NOW wevuso IN AM& RUN TO THE PAR CMP OP THE STRIP i ~_ PA8U* His SWP OK -5M THIS 9'PE GC THE Towee' BOMB POGO By Walt Kelley PUNCH MV CHOQH *!*** THE REVEREND By Bid O'Malley Restaurant Onen At Palms Motel i L. E. Gray, owner and man- I ager of the Palms Motel has com- ipleted another step in a string of | business accomplishments with the 1 formal opening Thursday of the Palms Grill on Highway 146 adjacent to the motel. The grill, equipped with the most modern and finest restaurant equipment available, can service 45 people. T. A. Barring:ton will manage the new eating place. Gray and his wife, Mrs. Rosie | Mae Gray, expressed their confidence in Baytown's future and took the opportunity on the eve of the formal opening to thank Bay|town fur us auppOil 01 iiit'ir business ventures. , He moved to Bavtown in 1934 flight. In lid KLM outlined service measured up to every expectation, and that he was served, the finest of food from Montreal to Amsterdam. Pamphlets giving the tour's itinerary and points to be visited during the tour were passed out at ihe meeting. These are also available from either the travel agency department at the Citizens EVER HAPPEN TO YOU? By Blak* Bank or The Sun office. The tour leaves Houston on June 18 and will return on July 4. Total cost, hot including pocket money, is Si.030.30. This covers all transportation, tips, first-class hotel accommodations and two meals a day, plus other extras. Six European countries will be included in the tour. They are Holland, Denmark, Switzerland, Italy, France and England. Also included will be a 45-minute stopover in Montreal, Canada. He/Voor/ CKLTHIRDS - „ . , Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cruthirds jwhen the Morgans Point. terry of Da n as are the new parents of opened and acted as a barter fori a g^ Charles Craig born Jan. a year before joining Humble Oil | 16 in Da u as . He weighed 8 pounds, jand Refining Co.'s Bavtown Re-1 Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. 'finery where he retired in 19-17 Bailev White and Mr, and Mrs. as a water tender in the utility Va l Cruthirds, all of Baytown. The I department. i new arr ; va ] has one sister, Nancy, j He first built the service sta- two-years-old. jtion at James and Highway 14fi, opened the 22 | then ! addin unit motel, another eight units in 1957. ! Gray said he plans in the future | to add a dining room to the grill |and another addition of rooms to I the motel overlooking the pool. (See Page 13) Attempted Theft P. J. BELLA of 513'i VV. Pearce told Baytown Police Tuesday that someone had attempted to steal his car while it was parked in front of his house. Harris News Roundup Poll tax payments in Harris County continue to lag witli only 18,907 issued through Tues- clay, p'us 15.7M exemptions, for » total of 34,731. County Clerk K. E. Tiirrentine asks Commissioner* Court for budget of $800,067 plus $11,013 surplus from his budget last last year of ¥831,253. Turrentine says he can operate on reduced amount this year If new probate and comity courts are not added, requiring new equipment to handlo their records. V. S. Likens, 60-year-old transient, dies In Jefferson Davis j Hospital of burns received in mattress fire at Travelers Hotel, 112 Main in Houston. Ordinance to license and control «recke r operators is passed by South Houston City Council, changing provisions in old ordinance to allow more control on out-of-city wreckers. Rep. W. H. Miller of Harris County prepares bill to submit to Legislature which would make possession of obscene material for sale on offense, even though the pessesssr v.-ss net pcrscnal- ly familiar with its contents. Ernest Ferguson, 32-year-old airman who pleaded guilty to robbing a Weingarten store In VOT&P ON WHAT SHOW TO WATTCH-AMPlLOSr A6AIN _ .. 61. King Features Syndicate. Inr. \v Noon Call Stock Quotes fCourtwy Mtrrill Lynch, Piwc«, Fenn«r and prison sentence on charge of robbery by assault. Willie Franklin. 37. of J213'/i Pasadena last Oct. U. is given j Anaconda Cop 25-year prison sentence on i•'} 1 ™ CO ••""• At Tp & or . Beth Steel .... Celanese — Frederick in Houston is jriven Celotex 10-year prison sentence after being found K"ilt>" of murder with malice in stabbing of Fred Winfrey, 42, of 2605 Calumet last July in argument over whether to shoot dice. Amer Cyan 4G-".- Amer Tel & Tel 107U Am Visco 46'* Ampex i Chrysler iCities Serv -'I-* 39T« IT. S. 'Army Corps of Engineers awards St. 3 million contract to Atlantic Gulf and Pacific Co. of jVfw York City to *ease three bends in Houston Ship Channel, dredging 5.459,000 cubic yards of material from the channel. Chairman William J. Murray Jr. of the Railroad Commission addresses 250 members of fiulf Coast Section, Society of Petroleum Engineers in Houston telling them that some form of producer regulation in natural gas Industry has apparently become Inescapable. ' I DONT CARE HW HE WOK THE GAME. GET DOWN Barbers Hill Girls Lose First Cage Game Barbers Hill girls team suffered its first basketball loss Tuesday night as Klein beat them 51-30, ,.:,,.,.„,, nf «.,,.,„.,.,,. , but the Barbcre Hill hoys won by Mltl - 1 , 1 H °! )B , a - vlo ^ n ; ,' ,, , ,, a «*i=i«,r VLJO anrf k e pt »hnir M^. ^ss Adeline Mitchell of Hay U 61)' Funeral Notices Columb Ga.% — Creole . * *, - T -* Diamond Alk ... Dow Chem Du Pont Eastman Kodak El Paso Ford - Frecport Snip Gen Electric . Gen Motors •• Gen Tele Gen Tire oi'-'i Georgia Pac ! Gillette Sat .. Goodyear Tire Greyhound .. Grace Gulf Oil ::) IGulf State Util >"• |H t, and i'O ss | IBM K-."> Infl Hurv •!•> Int'l Nickel tv Jones & Lnu^li i>' Kerr-Midee (''' 1! their a whisker, 50-19. and district record at 2-0. It was the first district game Ss^fSnt^SeT £"!§£ * ° f Baytow,; ni0 «hcr Mrs. Fa,, KOBKKTSON Funeral services for Murlin W. 'Libhy McN Robertson. 50, of 1*20 MeNair, 'Liggett and Myers s^ Channelview. who died at 2 p.m. Louis Land tT.'v Monday in a Houston hospital, will. Monsanto -l>-\ be held at 5 p.m. Thursday at Nat Dairy Prod ( ; Earthman Funeral Home. jNat Distillers -'i'* A 21-year resident of the Bay-'Newp News -!T town area and U.S. Navy World;Ohio Oil .177* War H veteran, Robertson was a Olm-Math -ir> master mechanic in the insulator . Pancoastal Oil I building trade. Phillips Petr M Rev. P. Walter Henckell. pastor.Pun? Oil X'.'s of Trinity Episcopal Church, will,Royal Dutch > officiate. Graveside services will S«'ars .Vi'. be held at Hill-of-Rest Cemetery'Shell i! wiih VF\V Post No. 912 in char-,'. Sinclair -V-' . Intemient will lx} under direction Soeony-M»b -1'J.i ol Earthman Funeral Home. Son Pacific L'l Robertson is survival by his SpeiTy-Kand 2:: widow, 'Mrs. Martha Robertson Stan Calif 4*'-. of Channelvicw; one son, Lcvie Stan Ind •'!>>• * one dau^h-.SIan N -I W • Stan Ohio ri."v'i Stude.Packard 7% Sun Oil W .town: three grandchildren. Mi.-> !Jo Ann Mitchell. Miss Diana Sue S-,ini-a>-Mul Cont Ti'imi'ssci Gas bers Hill with 16. In the boys game, hiph scorers were Randy McCollum with 20 and Joe Hudec wi,h 13. Leroy S,ev«,ns c ^ fl f" ! " wo , „ was outstandms on defense for fTl , on of - ^.^ nio Maude Robertson of Chandler. ' '••••" ' Okla.; two sisters Mrs. Letha. T( '™> '•-•"'.Irrn .. , r.-.iif :,,„! Texas Gulf 1'rr^ Snip Winet'eer of La JoVla," Calif., and X''* :is ( - ; ,"! f Barbers Hill. Barbers Hill boys teams will play High ginning at 6:30 p.m. and girls Island bo- Friday " BAYTOWN HUMBLE CREDIT UNION MEMBERS You Are Invited To Attend Your FEDERAL CREDIT UNION Miss Minnie Dess Robertson of brotliers. U'lfe Rob- Colo., and Dr. C. W. Robcrl.son of Chandler. Pallbearers will be rnenilx'rs of .jlhe VF\V Post No. 912 and hon' jorary palllx'arers will br> meni- . ! hers of San Antonio Local No. S7 of the insulators' union and mem- 'bers of Asbestos Workers l^ocai : No. 22, Houston. Tlie family requests contributions to be made to St. James i House. Timki'ii Union Carbide . Un Oil of Calif . United Airlines ANNUAL MEETING THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1961-7:30 COMMUNITY BUILDING NO. 1 The agenda will include brief reports on last year's business, election of n«w directors and credit committee member, and Drawings For EightValuable Door Prizes • portable TV • Bicycle (child member's prize) • transistor radio • food blender • hand mixer • electric blanket • rod and reel • stand-up hair drytr ADULT MEMBERS MUST BE PRESENT TO WIN AND CHILD MEMBERS MUST BE REPRESENTED BY A PARENT TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR THE BICYCLE. HUMBLE EMPLOYEES BAYTOWN, TEXAS FEDERAL CREDIT UNION Upjuhn I U. S. Ste< 61. Sir CoM'.n — I'p r>-Dn W. of WKAVKK J^eno Senders Weaver l.'ij-tn Avonuo C. Chii died at 2 p.m. Tuesday. He was employed by Texas Farm Products of N.icopdodirs. Kuneral sen-ices were held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at First Assembly Church of God of. Channel| view with Rev. David L. Johnson. pastor, officiating. Services were i under direction of Karlhman Fn- ;nrral Home. The Ixxly will be !shippe<l to Cason and Monk jne.ral Home in NacoRdoches ; 2 p.m. Thursday services nt !sei;iWy of God Churcli in Nacoj; 'doches. Interment will be in Sun-! Isct Memorial Park Cemetery in I NacoRdodi<\s. Hiaher Education Proposed Funds AUSTIN" fAPi-The mendations for higher (ilur.-,tion in the next two years call for an increase of about Slfi million over current spending from the ",-ner. Fu- ;il revenue fund. J or ! This does As- not su^ an increase in student tuition fees. The tola! from p.eneial revt niie I for -If) stale agencies cif hiuhi r j education including thr> ]!) ntll-- i Weaver"is"survived by his wid-! st '' 1 . t ,'.''" supportrd '• r >H«"-'''S is 51 is ow, Mrs. Mamie Weaver of Chan- im '' llons - , , Inelview: six daufihters Mrs. Jack' . K ° ro >» m (1 " d c (i "Ppropri., i Robertson of Channelview. M;-s.^ 10il!< \ rm ;l " iiinds-inrludint; Arthur Hughes of Houston. Mrs.l^" 011 ". 1 '•wenue-for all public (William Kalian of Channclview,!" 1 ".™ 1 '?" including public schools. Mrs T W. Tidwell of Houston. | st!ll( ! ai ' ! tn J umor folleyes. an r| Mrs. J M. Bullington of Channel- '^ n 'l c , c "'ne'ions such as the T.-\view and Mrs. Orin Hodtwalker ;^J'-™ r ;" lon Agency (otal Jl.iwi,- of \Vnco: bvo sisters, Mrs. Annier. 1 ™ '^ the two years bc-in- and j n ' n ? ^ Mrs. Clara Horn of Sherman; five ' Ia '- v Matthews of Naeogdoehes , • not Nacocdoches, Feli.v Weaver of Nacogdoches, R. T. Weaver of i Lancaster. John Weaver of St. (Petersburg. Fin., and Peyton Weaver of Edinburg; and Ifi i grandchildren. f'nnnced flind , The principal is up $rG,!Sfi. m . al functions am from the -ener.d in u>- i creased spending were enrollmcni jumps, the addition of Midwest- 'eni University at Wichita Falls to the state system, graduate instruction improvements at several schools, and library advances Degree Condidates JK JSZtS ^"** JOSEPH EDWARD Tepera of Aci " Jrn1y at G:ilwKt »" »s « Crosby and Larry Gordon Rocsler oaSo^SrmSe^s^ | g * ^ *— '- ^University of Texas in January. Robert Eugene Boucher of -106 E. Jack. Baytown, is a candidate for an electrical engineering degree. in nuclear scifnro and data processing at the Te\ns- Engineering Experiment Station More than $11 million i« reeon'i- Porte will receive engineering degree. Window Shot A PLATE Rlnss winrtw-.-, a three by live frrt, ,.t \Y (i ]•.. Store, ' Bid Opening Sef BIDS FOR a 5?>0.000 one-story huiiding for Tri-City Pharmacy >>mrr . ,„,., A will he opened at 4 p.m. Tuesday i|h • RR at Daniel Perkm's offices. T:ie. renoried to r nvt^l, huiiding will have 3,920 snn«re Pyir.^ 110 " 0 ! 10 Ba > tw ^ feet of floor space. Sales Conference WILLIAM C. Hastie Jr. of Midway is one of more than i.iMM)j rp Tuesday that -i w~ IParke.'Davis and Co. sales rep-: pirk , lp , n ,; k - had ' ^ ^ resentatives who will attend a five- j their used car lot at c orr , ( day conference Jan. 23-27 in De-jbetween fi p.m. Saturday froif. p.m. Monday. «nii.rr :I)0n( ' ^P 01 " 10 " «» ^ayt square at ^. 10 p. m . Tuesday. Truck Stolen HIGGINBOTHAM Motors nt 2912

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