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12 • fct •••tt»n.» gu» Friday. May 30, 1969 FRED I.. SONNIEK Baytonian Is Head Of Texas Anesthetists Fred L. Sonnier, chief nurse anesthetist at Gulf Coast Hospital, has teen elected vice president of the Texas Association of Nurse Anesthetists. The announcement was made at the 33rd annual convention of the organization in Dallas. Sonnier lives at 502 In wood Drive. He has been employed at Gulf Coast since 1963. He has held a number of offices in the Texas Association of Nurses Anesthetists, having served on the board of trustees for the past .two years. TRY SUN CLASSIFIEDS Summer School Plans Set In Channelview CHANNELVIEW (Sp) Summer school programs are being readied in Channeiview Schools. Pre-school readiness headstart, and high schoo courses in civics, English history, and related math will b« taught through the summer. Registration for high schoo courses starts this Saturday ; during the hours of 8 a.m. to noon. Those who cannot register Saturday will have the opportunity for late registration on Monday from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuition for summer school has been increased from $15 to $2(1 per half credit in order to'offer teachers a better salary. ALUMINUM 24%"x36" SHEETS IDEAL FOR: Attic Insulation Siding Insulation Camp Houses Roofincp Shrimp Boards riOOwy Crofts Model Builders AND MANY, MANY MORE! HOME OR BUSINESS USES. 1001 USES FOR HOME. BUSINESS, OR INDUSTRY! Tim* High Grade aluminum sh<Mrt*, natural aluminum on* s«d«, »r» of .009 tkkltn«u, can b« art wttri ordinary scition. One iid« Kat b«*n u»*d for' printino purpowf otW aluminum. 25 QUANTITY DISCOUNTS SO SHEETS . . '1150 100 SHOTS. . *2I50 EACH All Over Ftre» 1M. SHKH M8.00 Per Hluelroel AVAILABLE AT THE RECEPTION DESK 1301 MEMORIAL DRIVE BAYTOWN Order Your Photo Reprints Today! SPORTS • CIVIC EVENTS • NEWS 8x10 Glossy Prints Of Any Picture That Has Been Published In The Baytown Sun! Only Each Come In And Place Your Order Today 1301 Memorial Drive Pre-school readiness classes will begin June 2 and run till July 25. This school is for preschoolers who will be six on or before Sept. 1. It is federally sponsored but is not connected with the poverty program. Any potential first-grader that needs the extra preparation to begin first grade is eligible for the school. Free bus transportation and meals will be furnished. Weekly field trips to the zoo, fire station, various business firms such as bakeries and other points of interest are all part of the program, School readiness classes will be held to familiarize the students with class room schedules and procedures. Headstart will also begin June 2 and is open to five and six-year- olds who qualify under federal guidelines. Added information about preschool programs can be obtained from Bill Hamblen by calling 452-0201. Sun Classified Ads Do The Job OLYMPIA POM- AMD RECREATIONAL MEMBERSHIP — For solo, pteoM call TIMBER WANTED — Phv. MM IMT*- wood, log and pulpwood and estimated. PurcnaMt In bulk or per fheutoni and urtlll. HERS TIMBER CO.. 9o» IS. Llo- «rly, Texas, 77J7S, Phone J3A-JKI, Liberty or 548-2401 Deverj, R. B. Evom. MEDICARE INFORMATION — A »<rrt number of health Itncurlei or* available to you under Midlcar* Insurance. Aik in. Trl Clly Phormocy, 4*2-12*1. LICENSE SUSPENDED? W« write financial responilblllty, Mobility (SR 221, bond?, and atl other types Insurance) THE MARTINS INSURANCE AGENCY, «?-21W, »I7 N. Main. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISERS are urged to check the 'Erst Insertion of on od toi possible errors. The Bo-/town Sun will no-charge for an Incorrect ad H me cxtvtrllser calls the cloultted deport- mrnl before the second Insertion. ACHIMC FCETT Co* Burley, oert loot fitter. Areolrad Cushtoi 0KI I 1W1 1111YI , ,>1W11«O \_U3 shoe* for men ond woman. Call 422-2oXt, . _ __ n Knot* HIY GAMOIII ir< comma —' Free boy ond girl wont oat June 1-15 Watch lor coupon. MOST REASONABLE prices k, town, men or lodt*f, a^cointntants optional. TEXAS BARBER tfior-, 16 S. AshbOl, 422-MXt. i-c Oorag* Sato In MemorknB IN LOVING MEMORY OF C«**e*A MM Emmlrt Smith ond his wife. Kirboro Maxlne Smith, who palled away May H, \W>. Cod )ooK them home, II wos His will BiX In our h*or1 w* love men still; Their memory Is at dear today As In rhe hour they poised away. We ollen si! and think of mem When we are all clone For memory Is the only friend That grief can call Its own. The Family P»rsonal* Free boy and girl wont ads June I-1S Watch (or coupon! CHRIST CHAPEL, 211 PLEASANT AVE , HIGHLANDS, TEXAS, formerly A United Penllcoslal Church Is now associated with a stronger Holiness Fellowship called Th* ApoMollc Ministers Fellowship. Come ond we for yourself thof Holiness Churches still exist. I will net M reipenslbl. (*r any dekts Incurred by anyone otter than myseH. Morris A. Holiday-. TAYLOR HAMMACK - Formerly K Baytown soys "II you are In Son Marcus this summer, visit us at the Mustang Matel," On Int. }S, off Riverside Dr. ALCOHOLIC* ANONYMOUS — Information on alcoholMm. If you have a drlnklna probXen Coll 427-tm Loci-Pound The Baytown Parks and lecreation Department an- lounces the summer hours of peration for the Teen Center, which is located in the Community Center, 2407 Market llreet. Beginning Monday the Teen ;enter will be open from 10 a.m. o B p.m. Monday through Thursday. On Fridays and Saturdays the lours of operation will be from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m. The Teen Center offers many activities for the teens of Baytown during the summer months. There are facilities for ping pong, pool, cards, dominoes, dancing and other table games CHARLES (CHUCK) Chandler is the recipient of the George Perkins Memorial Award for 1969 at Hubert E. Lee High School. The award Is given annually In memory of the late Lt. George (Butch) Perkins, a Robert E. Lee and U. S. Military Academy graduate. Chandler received loners tarlier this year when he took first place in second year drawing at a state drafting contest,-and a first in the project '• division of the contest. He also scored a third place In a state JETS convention contest in engineering graphics. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Chandler of 802 N. Circle Or. OARAGE SALE — Friday owl Saturday, MOi Minnesota. New shoes SO cenl> pair, while they lost; & piece bamboo set, electric guitar and 1 an-^iller, old restaurant dlstxs, 3 couches; 4 old rawhide chairs. *"nlsc. clothing. FOUND A SIAMESE Cat, S*alB*lKt, Tues nlfjtit, vlctnlly N. Pruetl. Colt 423-W47. 11. Female Help Wanted IX HaS» Help Wanted MAID WANTBO - Mature* W!*W. ••• over 50. S otoy. we«* willing to work. Apply In parson to BlueBonnet Apartments. ISM Alexander, Hwy. 14*. Call 422^91?. WAITRESS WANTEO — I H ••_,<•» Jhlll. Apply In person, to WORRELL S DRIVE-IN, 2103 N. Moln. IMMEDIATe OPENING — Hr two experienced waltres*«. Aoclv In person at THE TOWER RESTAURANT, on Deck* Drive- PART TIME CNECK6R MffDKO — V.ust be 21 or over and experienced. Apply, In person. « Mlnu«e Van Ne. 1. W1 W. Gulf. WOMA day STENOS AND TYPISTS Top wo»es. Me Fee* All >e4M In PASADEHA— CHAMNEL-tfASA Areos 0(1 »to*»— OARAGE SALE — HO W. Loolt, SATURDAY ONLY, 10 to S. Little bit o< tvery- PATIO SALE — Ml Trl City Beach Rd., Apt. No, 49. Frl and Sot. aflor 6 p.m., al day Sun. Antiques, doffies size 10', furniture, pat plants, brlc-brac, etc OARAGE SALE — 171* Ivy Lee Frl., Sat., 1 A.M. May 30 to 7 p.m. May 3UI Vilscellaneous tteme. WATCH FOR THE BIG SALE FAYE'S FASHIONS 407 Pork, 422-So53. FLEA MARKET — Saturday, May II. Hi miles N. Interstate 10, 7277 U. J6S (Cove Rd.) Wooa«d oreo, Oide Country Store. S3 per table. Every last Sat. Mon. GARAGE SALE—Ai*e Subdivision. UK Slerllno Dr. Stove, plenty furniture, barbeque pi I. lumber. All slle clathlnj, misc. 6 lamllln, 573-1212 Wednesday, Thursday ana Friday 5-8. CARAOE SALE —Apartment stove, gat heat, old couch, 2 sels dropcrlej, pointing, (lower arrangements, portable TV, other miscellaneous l??ms. Ttiurs. Ihur Sat. 1 to 6 p.m. 204 Miriam. GARAGE SALE — XM Anderson Rd., turn by Laundry an Bob Smith, TV, Clothes, Spanish Items, etc. Thjrs. thru Sit. $100 REWARD For Inferma'le* loodlng to recovery 1 missing d*gt. Cretty-Huf'man ana. Male and lemale, par! collie, siwrl hatr, M In. hl«h, bODtoltTlM uul while, in fermotlen held cnOdentlal. Call J7t-I7W Huff mm. TEMPO SERVICES, INC. AOreu Frem Seors l\t compb»ll Bldfl, OR 7-im Tenat, 7J «B ATTRACTIVE WOMAN MeM consultants •• l*orn ami show nationally advertised cosmetics. Part or hill time. VIVIAN* WOOOARD COSMETICS, miMe otter s B-rn. 12. Male Help Wanted Instructions dAUER SCHOOL — The Three R'l end Spelling. Enroll for summer ond for Fall Classes. Coll 432-2342 or 427-285Z TUTORING — Elementary school suoEectt. Call 422-6494. SUMMER CAMP — age* 4 to 2:00. Bus service. Planned proaram, swlrrrmlno, tleldtrlps, wholesome environment. SWIMMING LESSONS—aoes 4 10 adults (limited). OPEN REGISTRATION beclns May 13 for nursery, kindergarten, 1st orode. JOHNSON'S COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL. S7S-1S5*. ATTENTION LADIES — Learn To Sew. Srwlnu classes. Register for beginners lessons Jlorllna June «th. 12 weeks, two 2-hours classes per week: S2 per class or US. Sewing machines lurnlshed. 423-3a4. SALE — 1011 N. Commerce, sttrls Monday. Clothing, scrrre [urnlture. refrigerator, misc. THREE ROOMS FURNITURE — New. Regular price S329.80, for quick sale Nolllnn down, M.7S per week. BID World FURNITURE corner N. Mafn and Defee .E IN 1974 FORT LAUDBRDALE, FUi. (AP) — Mickey Mantle, who retired at age 37 after 18 seasons; wilh the New York Yankees, wi be eligible to be voted into Base-j ball's Mall of Fame in 1974. A player must have been retired for! five years to become eligible in the voting by members of the Baseball Writers' Association of America. New Teen Center Hours Announced REGISTER NOW — For Fall l«rm. X 4 ond 5 year-old ao« aroups. Umlii-a space, fllkd on a Mrs! corne basis. TransoortaHon. Coll TIUY TOT KINDERGARTEN, mornings. 4ZZ 77«o; rlatitv 422-2289 or 423-475S, Poise And Modeling Pcrianallud cknse* to dvveto; your Individuality In walking, ilttln*. makeup, wardrobe, accesieriilng. Voice and Ac- lion, polxe and KCfvl yrctl. LIMIT < «fud»n!i per dan, Several classei iturtino after June 1 MARY LYNNE JOHNS SCHOOL, 4M-7J17 Travel HI STUDENT NEEDS RIDE — To Rice Urrf- versify for six weeks beolnnlng June 3. Hoi cta55« troTi 8:30 to 12:30 da I I y. Phone 427-37TO. WILL TAKE three rlden, downtown Folcys, 9-5 P.M., Call 4248242. PART TIME OR FULL TIME — Floor wnxers needed lor Baytown area. Call 473-7442. ROBERTSON TANK LINE INC. WANTED — Qualified Dieset Medtonlo Top wapes and good hours. Apply al 5200 Wade Rd., Baylown. Shoe Manager Trainee Maay Co ie* D«porr MIMfltV tn N. rvr* K-Mart Ska* Driver Wanted Oat an* DM* emrt«iie». ENBY, TU — For !•«*, available June Furnished 1-bedroom, o'r conditioned, oler By oppomtmenl 4H-5P52. 427-3V37. ported helpful. Aitity lex person, W4LO- MAYFLOWCB •* kaylown, ZMa Mart*! 13. Soles Help Wanted Real Estate Company XpoMln protrom trnpor. «HV, avonlnB lor two oddHtonal Hconsxl MM* oad ene erflce iiiiimBtf. KILPATRICK eMMM MASSEY • TOMPKINS HO. —Fl»rillsn»d arooe oportmenf. Adults; no pets, hane 427-1410. 15. Work Wonted PAINTING DONE — N« loo toe ioroj 01 small. References furnished. I 427-5lO>. COLLEGE STUDENT — HoodXappod with broken orikk desires desk lafe. Call- 4J2-2109. LAWNS — MOWED Md *d*»c. Cl.eoo Call 427-4J15 after 5 p.m. WEAVER, lie — Extra nice, 4-room urnlshed, apartment, olr conditioned, corpaf, aorooe, Mils paid. 424-5423, aabyiJtting — In my horn*. Fenced-ta yard, hot meols furnished, S days week, reasonable. Call 422-175S. IRONIMO DONE — In m» IIS E. Adauc. 427-5058. YARDS MOWED AND EDGED Reliable man. Phone 4J7-5146. NEED JOB — Either BatoyWMins, Iwus4 work, or caring for the stcK^ IRONING DONE IN MY HOME Si.75 per da/en. 422-5048. JOHNSON'S COUNTRY DAY SCHOOLS— Slotc licensed any core. Preschool, 1st. grade and summer camp. Bus service ana swlTHnlna. Mues 2-10. Office, 575-l£rv. WANT MAN t» work, must be 11 or ever, have commercial drivers tlcens*. Apply Lyons Supply Co. in person only, W4 N. Muln. FIRST CLASS PRESSURE VESSEL — Welders, Filters and helpers. Top pay, company !?enellts. Apply In person, BAY- POttT FABRICATING, 10101 Bay Area Blvd. al k«J Bluff. PAINTERS WANTED — Experienced In residential worX. J27-2320. MAIM/^tAtfC Good/h/ar/al . r.tffrj\o *.l»l.lP TjkWork nights. tXM/IJ!. Apply In ,-Mart. PART TIME, FUt-L TIME men, 4 hours dally. Will not inlerfer with present lot). J75-$1S> weekly, personal Iniervkw, 313 N. Main. SALESMAN WANTED — Good opportunity for rlBht rmm. Salary plus commission. Trunsportollon furnished, paid vo- cc.lon, good company benellts. Apply In person to The Slnaer CO. 31« VM. Texas PAVING CONTRACTOR — Needs TriK* Driver and helper. TOP PAY. Apply W6 Park, 8 a.m. or after 5 p.m. EXPERIENCED BACK HOE OPERATOR — 4.25 per hour. Call. 422-2122 oiler 5 p.m. coll 573-1187. FULL TIME CUSTODIAN — Needed. Ay- ply, In person, to First Baptist Cnurch, Hichlands, 1\0 N. fAaooallo. CoH 42A-381J for aopolntment. •• 10, Help Wanted MALE For Start Al .NTEJi- store. COOK NEEDED IMMEDIATELY Appty fn person only ANN'S CATFISH RESTAURANT 45U Highway 146. WANTED — Married man or women to handle Houston Chronicle motor route In Baytawn-Mont Belvteu area. Call Mr. Aleston or Mr. Offenbacher, CA 7-2211, Ext. 220. such as bridge, pool and shuffle board. The lounge is complete with couches, magazines and a color television. The dance area contains a juke box and the snack area with soft drink and candy machines. Twice a month the Teen Center sponsors dances with live music supplied by various musical groups in this area. The second Saturday of each month is the junior dance from 7 to 10 p.m. and on the fourth Saturday of: each month, the senior school dance from 8 to 11 p.m. Admission is 50 cents. 'Membership to the center is available to any student in the school district or Lee College. MCN, WOMFN AND COLLEGE STUDENTS — Business opportunity. No Investment necessary. 41,000 month If qualified. Call today, 424SS06 SHIRT GIRL AND WOOL TRESSER — Apply Elland Cleaners, 1305 Lacy Drive. Outstanding Opportunity Soles service' ond ctatms worst. Mo effs or ttlrkes, unlimited Income, excellent security proorom. AOXonus In keeplna with your ability ond skills, Stoning salary 1S4J» per manfti plus tem- mlsiion 4Zl?*52 or 4I7-41M after 4:Jo p.m. ROBERTSON TANK LINE INC. NOW HIRING DIE5EL TR-JCK DRIVER Profit Sharing, Froa HoipKofliotlon, Be- tlremeol Plan ana 1 many vtMr benattts Top woa*t. Apply at JBo Wade Rd. ORY-CLEANER WOOLPRES5ER — To* natch, good working condition, Appiy In person 74M Bavway Dr. Kistler New Manager Of BayMar Unit Here SURGICAL TECHNICIAN TRAINEE — t months Instruction with scholarship, good future ond salary. Men and women op- pllcanl} tncouroged. Apply In person, director of Nurses. Son Jaclnlo Methodist Hospital. NEED TWO PEOPLE wlllln» te loom duties of a stcre operator ond coshk.-. Guaranteed salary plus commission. Must be neat appearing and bondtrble Coll 427-1000 between 10 a.m. and 12 noon APPLICANTS NEEDED Marbon Chemical Division of| Borg-Warner Corp. has an-! nounczd the promotion of Byron j C. Kistler to plant manager of the company's Baytown BayMar plant. Kistler formerly served as operations manager of the Texas facility. In announcing the appointment, Jim Black, manager of Marbon's CosMar Plant at Carville, La., which has jurisdiction over the company's Texas and Louisiana operations, said: "We are pleased that Byron will assume the helm of our company's Texas operations. A dedicated chemical engineer with over 16 years' professional service, 13 of which have been in Marbon's Indiana, Texas and West Virginia plants, he will deliver skilled experience to the production and management phases of our business." A native of Elkhart, Ind., Kistler is a graduate of Purdue University where he earned a BS degree in chemical engineering in 1951. During the Korean war, he served as a commissioned officer in UK U.S. Marine Corps. He was a refinery design and specifications engineer before joining Marbon as a maintenance engineer in 1956. Kistler, is a member of the National Society of Professional Engineers; the Texas Society of Professional Engineers, and the American Institute of Chemical I Engineers. He also is president of the West Baytown Kiwanis. Kistler resides with his wife and five children at 5013 Arrowhead Drive. Quo! 1 1 led Cierfc rrplftl Payroll clerk Accounting CItrX Bookkeeper •Illlrn. derkt Keypunch optrofwj FIX Operator Word Clerk* Uab Aulrtofit Mochanlcol Engineer! Manager Trainees Plant Traln**s SeforfM trim UM h> »!,««. BAYTOWN Employment Service I:M to S:«o Monday Thru Friday » f» 1] Saturday IJVf Decker Drive Groytt**a BWo. 417-JM* suite 1*1 Auto Mechanic Needed experienced. Frtn9* b«n«flti, pokl voto- tlon. Coll Mr. Costleberry ot «MIH or apply COURTESY FORD, »D W. Texas Ave. MANAGEMENT TRAINEE Are you a self-starter with ambition to mono** • retail business? Would you like to eperatt o local route bustoes Inol weiMd produce for a 1104M annuo Incama or more? Many man oarn m»c* more ttwn Mils, WE FURNISH ]. Complete trolnHia, program I EttoMlttMd customers. >. Vehicle wHri e»pons*s paid. 4. Retirement proaram ay* IT. S.Pucfcoae plan tnuiranc*. GUARANTEED INCOME UP TO $540 PER MONTH PLUS COMMISSION II you ore over 33 years of o< With «oo« wont pocfcoround you owe to your setf and fomlly t» look hit ttils opportunity. For Interview Coil MR. WORRELL JEWEL TEA CO., INC. 747-«n» or 747-4141 BOOKKEEPER EltOrkDl oantrocllrtfl. firm, M U y*or> In Boytown-Honron oroo, h« opetiln* for full cftoroe b*okJie*«en. Muel bo cotnote »f Mlllnf, coit occwmfta* •urcfMntfi* nd general office prooodm. Apply fo: Gulf Cfxnt Electric Co. tn-tirj HULLUM-HENDERSON Employment Service PERSONNEL SECRETARY S/H M, tn» M .................... |44 INSURANCE CLERK ................. ..Claim* experience ................ «• ..General money experience ....tils Up PAYROLL CLERIC, NCR MS-*** ««. UB • OOKKEEfEM, autonMalle «X*. BIS Up Proof Operator, ex» ................. MM PRODUCTION CENTRAL CLERK Good Wlrti Flfum .............. M*t PROOF OPERATO*, O»p. ... ....... UN KEY PUNCH OPERATOR — 4 H U tMft. S*ma verifying ....MB tanm «lp ................ . ......... flit CHEMICAL ENGINEER, I M 5 yr». «• ....................... lle»» Ua TIME STUDY ANALYST, Liberal Arft oeoree, Haayy mark., *ff, n«t nocMMry ......................... Open LAI TECH., I hrt, c»»o»o chofnHlrv .................... To te« PLANT TRAINEES, n« <xp., T« »J.*t Hr. PLANT LABORER, M ex». .. $1.<4 Hr. LABORER ...................... «.B Hr. ACCOUNTING CLERK, < Mr*. ClaMifled Dicptoy APPY HOUSE DAY NURSERY—Stole •ensed. Working mothers enroll your ,lld now In day care nursery. all 4JMM7 lor appointment. ANDY CANE NURSERY — Mew nur>- -y. Kind, Intelligent, loving core. Mo 1 eals. Klnderoarlen. 6 a.m. to 6 pJTl - per weK 1 <*IW, etc. 427-25«l, "•• Texos. Mother Goose Nursery NROLL NOW FOR SUMMER PROGRAM tale licensed Ph. 421-9072, 412-2M1. Swint's Kiddie Care DAY NURSERY Phone 4.a-*Mi Pasture, Lot Mowing PHONE 427-JWJ 15-A. BIdg. Contractor ET NEW BATHROOM BEAUTY. Let in emodel your existing bain cabinets etc " yeors to pay. . G. "ROCKY" ROQUEMORE 4O4 Wrlflhe Blvd. 422-W9. ON'T MOVE — IMPROVE!! ct 25 years loccrf experience serve youi emodellng needs. Additions or repair: I wholesale prices. ARMEY MORTON, 4M-33I5 after 5:X> OUSE LEVELING — Bell bottom type lers to builders clny. Slabs our special / All work guaranteed. A-ABA FOUN 'ATION CO., 074-8111 or 42J-7919. HOMPSON BUILDERS imooXInf — cnt»n«ti — windows — orporH — new homoi onel old. !*J John A, 4M-M07 Hasty Builders TOTAL KEMODELINO — FR«« •rriMATcs OW *. M*n, Umifono*. 4W-DO. Classified Display it. AportBMnts Per .teat EA* TOWM — tmaM lumitfcotl enl Bedroom, kitchen, bath, I or 2 orklng adults, no pets, no 22-74W. EW JERSEY, UMVi — Clean ne bedroom garage apartment, woler wld. US. Couprt only, no pels. Apply 304. EARCE, Jl« W. — Meor Loe Celleo* room lurnlsned apartment, ajjpel. ouple only, no p«ls, ""-•><«> TEHL1NC, Jtt W. — Lorn xdroom furnished apcrt-rvent, olr condl- oned, adiXrs, no pets, 422 8J72. URNISHED APARTMENT — One bad- aom, air conditioned, bills paid. Iwne 422-1171. ITTLE »D., nv — Ono bedroom fum- shed 170 '-mxim, utilities paid, hone 42a-32o5. EPUtLIC, }!• E. — Furnlined, laroe, bedroom apartment. Excellent location, ills pale*. xsj.JoW. .:' WISCONSW, J»J — Me. 3. LoT9«, 3- ooms, furnished, clean, completely re- ecoroted, air conditioned, wafer paid I*S monlhly. 427-3371. PPLV }21> MISSOURI — i-b*droom aportment, draperies, carpet, air condl- loned, utlll)l« paid. No pets, 4Z7-4539. B STREET, Hltt W. — L« Porte. -bedroom, unturnistod. Phone 424-7265. WEST STERLING, — FuTnttnod aara«e oparfmenl, walking distance to town. Preer settled adults, no pets. 472-6324. IVE OAK. ill — 1-room furnished apartment. Apply some oduress. OWA, JITTVi — Furntohod garao* ooort- menl, bills paid, no pets, •ne 424-8110. HAWTHORNE, IMtv, — Loroe unfurn :hed 1 bedroom garuoe apartment. ~hone 427-l?21. MOBILE HOMES — Ono ond two b*«V 'ooms with air, furnished. I2S and ns xr week. »14 McKlnnoy Road, 4J2-923a )YER, in — Lovely, 1 room ond bath, urnlshed apartment. Couple, no pets, Illl paid, <72-8«S- WHITK STACK INCRfASEJ RBAe>€RiHI>> JONES, Ml N. — Apt. No. 1. one bedroom furnished, olr conditioned opart - ment, all bills oatd. 195, Apply 403. BLUE BONNSfl APARTMENTS — •low rcnllna — One and t-wo bedrooms, furnished. All bills paid. HWY. 144, 42?-6°17. ONE AND TWO BEDROOM furnished apartments lor rent. SHEARER REALTY, Coll 427-5851. COUNTRY CLUB MANOR — 3500 Dccner Drlvo, Section I, 1 and 2 bedrooms, fumlsh*d and unfurnished apartments; electric Jcltchen, olr conditioned; carpets, drooorles; swl-nmlnp MOl. Phone 47d.Sol3, CHATEAU APARTMENT LOCATORS — We have apartments available. For Inlor- mallan call 427-3152 or 424-S6CM, 422-5515. LA PORTE, — Unfurnished aonrtmenf, ? bedroom*. io5. Call 471-Wl. BARKLEY 54>UARE TOWNHOUSES — :.ow cost luxury and convenience. Swlm- n>lng oool, controt otr, portlos. carports, dlsliwashers, refrigerators, dtsposo's, corseting; furnished ond unfurnished. Utilities pafd. 121S Pork. -I22-763S or 414-(707. TANGLF.WOOD SQUARE Beewllfal •portmenti. Ooe end N>e b*4 room, tr*u ant »e«l. Phone O7-1MJ. Weickersheimer Manor One ancf two-beaVoom apartments: For rent. Furnished and unfurnished. Pfwew tneMe- Classified Display JACK T. HARTT SALES MANAGER LOCATED OPr WARD ROAD. AOJOININa CVA KAUDC aUM-DmeiOp SALE* OFCICE ON pftoPCRTir BONDED ftflHiK. . FHOHC .Z1-738S. NIGHT PHONE 427-139% BAYTOWN, TEXAS DURH of Pasadena, Texas ANNOUNCES NEW CLASSES • PBX Receptionist • Drafting- • Srcretarial • Bookkeeping_. . • Office Machines • Typuif-Shorthand • Accounting FREE Parking FREE Placement Mail Coupon Today For Free Bulletin I Street Phone C jty I ree .............................. C jty ........ I »«y Q Night f-] S«immcr Course Q Student Lo»n ri , 292 Went Pasadena Freeway 'in • .. —^ — . ^^ _ ™.^_ _ __ ^ _ _ Call 473-288S— Today, Write or Visit 413-2»»3 How Can Aylor build so much home for so Lift I e money?? Very Carefully!! Larger more effective floor plans Original Interiors Artful Use o'f Current Materials Expert Craftsmen e, ( . . . TYPEWRITER MECHANIC I yn. txc ............... . Own * a.m. to 5 p.m. Mvrotfr txmn 11. Female Help Wanted WAITRtf* • M1OHT MANAOCft •alary, off Sundnyt, work til • p.m. Coll for appointment, 424-3915, ICen Poc*. BABYSITTER NEEDED — From S p.m. to 12 p.m. Coll 422-33J4. BYRON C. KISTLER coMrrriNr *w% AMD LVN-J, tw i to 1! ond 11 Jo 7 JWtts In emoroency room and ICU. Top. sokirVn and ojood trlnje txnellti. Write ipedflcatlons to Bo« M14 In core al Th* Bcrytown S«o. Model Home-1315 Sherwood Plumwood Sec. IV Office 1315 Sherwood

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