The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on June 2, 1969 · Page 2
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Baytown, Texas
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Monday, June 2, 1969
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Monday, Junr 2, 1969 Man's Best Friend Has Pet Gripes, Too By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP) - Remarks a dog gets tiled of hearing: "If that dog is my best Wend, heaven preserve me from my enemies." "We've never been able to teach Pooch to sit up and beg. It isn't that he's too proud—he's too lazy. He prefers to tie down Free Puppy MRS. J. R. Busby of WIG Bayou Blvd. has a female black and white puppy that she would like to find a good home for. She may be contacted at 575-1179. Tunnel Repairs BIDS WILL be taken until 11 a.m. June 9 for repairs to the north portal of entrance of the Washburn Tunnel in Precinct Two. The project is estimated to cost $1,310 and is to be included in one contract. Bids will be opened in the Commissioners' Court June 9. Receives Degree OTIS JOSEPH Magee has been graduated from the University of Texas with a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering. THE IAYTOWX SUN Entered of **cood ctcss mottfr c) rh* BoYtewA. TIKOI, 77MO PMt O*1ic« undtr tn« Ad o< Co«9r«» «* Morch 3. in?. Publlilw} antrnoont. Morxioi' Hirtuoh FrWqy, ond SixicJayi by TM Bqytwwn Son, Inc., <# !»] MtmorM Drlv« In . . p. O. Box 90, fcaytown, 775% SutMC/lptlofl Rat** by Corrkr Single Copy 10 onU !!.« month, «J.« p«r y«c Reoriuntx) Nationally by Tfxai New«xw*r ReprtwnlallvM, Inc. MCMftER OF THE AJIOCIATEO CUES* TS« A»«Kl<Jl«d Prest It tnWIw txclu- lively la ttM m« lor rtpubllcotlon el ony n«wi dl»p<rtch»» c/K)ltt«J >« " or not oth«rwl»e atdlled In ttili paper end local n«wi or wonlon«oui oflpln pi*llih«d hwiln. Rights of repokllcalfoo ol oil ottw mott«r twrtln or» ol» rt- and beg." "All right. Pooch, try and struggle to your feet. It's 'time for you to go down to the base ment for the night." "He's kind of a United Na tions dog as far as we can tell— a mixture of Irish wolfhound Chihuahua, beagle, poodle, and just a hint of DaJmation. His parents were more than careless—they were downright reckless." "1 don't know for sure wheth er Pooch is stubborn or 'just stu pid. But if you throw a utick, he brings back a stone; if you throw a stone, he brings back a stick. And if you throw both a stick and a stone, he just sits there and scratches his head." "Martha, did you chew up my slippers? You must be the guilty party, because I know a nice sensible dog like Pooch wouldn't do a thing like that. Would you, Pooch?" "Quit trying to crawl under the rug and hide, Pooch. It's time for you to take a bath, whether you think you need one or not." "1 distinctly remember putting that steak out on the pounding board less than 10 minutes ago. Where in the world could it have gone?" "Yes, we thought of entering Pooch in a dog show, but the judges would only laugh themselves to death." of'the ^/Mountain FUNERAL NOTICES M RS. LO VIE J. P ESCH KA Funeral services for Mrs. Joice Peschka, 71, of 710 Delrnar, Houston, will be held at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at Earthman Funeral Hojne, Gulf Freeway Chapel, (J330 Gulf Freeway. Mrs. Peschka was the sister of Roger Sims of Baylown. Other survivors are her brother, K. D. Sims of Spring, and two sisters, Mrs. Eula McPhail of Crockett and Mrs. Gladys Knight of Stamford. Mrs. Peschka died Monday in Houston. DECKER DRIVE JA THEATRE I'll. 424-5012 NOW SHBU TUESDAV good g ne{ its candy! Robert Hogg (0 g, Peter Zoref ond Sclmix Pictixei Corp, prcient A Chrisfion Morqoond Prododion Technicolor • cnc <SS — AND — PORT THE MIRISCH . pnOOUCTlON COMPANY EMagnificent! fg PANAVISION'COLOR by DeUue LSJ United Artists cam TOEfRT VMlXfR CELESTE YARNAUarF..t' Green Slime Ir.vaders From Beyond the Stars! From MOM Q [E] <222> — PLUS — "FANTASTIC VOYAGE" BOX OFFICE OPENS t:M AM. SHOW STARTS M4» AJH. ALL SEATS 1 IK BUKNIMG TO GET A GOOD SEAT AT THE KIDDIE SHOW WEDNESDAY MORNING! 8 CARTOONS 2 SPECIAL SELECTED SHORT BRUNSOM PLUS THIS FEATURE ^ SELECTED POR ALL CKZLDftEN "HIGH, WILD AND FREE" TUB IS A MCTDRE Of THE AKMALS. BIRDS AMD FISH OF THE NORTHLANDS — A PICTURE EVERT CHILD WILL ElfJOT. LET US HAVE TOUR CHILDREN FOR THE AND WE WILL ALL HAVE A "LOT DENIE CLINE checks oil level before starting engine. She will also walk around the plane performing a walk - around visual inspection. ffffiJ&k*/ «f\ -JfeKffi:* 'jf s Try Sun Classified SESSION - - (Continued From Page 1) SEVERAL HUNDRED thousand visitors from Houston, Harris County and environs visited the new Houston Intercontinental Airport Saturday and Sunday for special air shows and dedication ceremonies. This is what the ultra - modern new facility looks like from atop the 124-foot-high control tower. The airport's inaugural flight is scheduled for next Sunday. (UPI Telephoto) JETERO - - (Continued From Page 1) opening next Sunday to see how well it functions. The little underground train that shuttles between the two .erminals was not open for the dedication Sunday, but that should be a delightfu! con- •enience for airline passengers nd their families. The covered •arking will offer additional omforts. But you don't have to wait for a rip to enjoy the airport aciiities. There are a number of estaurants which should be ause enough for an inspection ip. by Smith, would affect about 2.5 million Texans not covered by the federal minimum wage. It would set a $1.25 an hour minimum for most of the workers as of Feb. 1, 1970, then increase the minimum to $1.40 in 1971. Employes in family enterprises and businesses with fewer than four employes are among those exempted. Migrant farm workers would be paid either at piece rates set by the state agriculture commissioner or a minimum of |1.10 an hour. The wage bill won House approval 89-60 after a hot debate in which opponents claimed it was "just another move in that socialistic trend." The compromise passed the Senate last Friday on voice vote with 10 sen- DBJCKXIS ICE CREAM FLOAT TOMORROW ONLY 15' DRIRV QUEEN Dairy Ou««n No. I A Dtdur No. 2 DANCE Knights of Columbus Hall 2600 W. Mai* laytown, Texas Saturday, June 7th, 9 PX in 1 A.M. Musk by Gl Baca and his Orchestra S«mi-format Dress ators later asking to be recorded as voting against it. The teachers pay raise bill is financed by |61.9 million in the one-year appropriations bill but actually obligates the state to a 10-year salary program with teachers guaranteed a raise each year. The 1970 raise would average about J700 a year per teacher. The 1971 cost of an additional $1,100 raise that year was estimated at $92.8 million which must be raised by another legislative session. Starting pay for a teacher with a bachelor's degree will increase from $526 to $593 from the nine months of the 1969-1970 school year, then jump to $600 for 10 months of 1970-71. There would be an annual 5 per cent in crease over the next decade plus "cost of living" boosts in 1974 and 1978. Administrators and those with more degrees and more teaching experience would get proportionate raises over the bachelor degree level. Also in the teachers pay bill is authorization for statewide kindergartens, beginning Sep. 1, 1970, for 5-year-olds. The financing, estimated at $6 million the first year, wil^be up to a future legislative session. Any meat market that won't give you a bum steer is in the Luncheon Special • Pizza • Salad • Soft Drink for $1.25 1400 Feltoo Ph. 422-8179 'owcx sravicr SERVO) FROM 11 AK to 4 PX WEEK DAYS ONLY Village Inn Pizza Parlor £>* BUDGET ARE IN THE BAG" Double Big Bonus itamps Tuesday With Purchase of $2.50 or More RINSO Wifh Coupon and Purchase of 55.00 or More WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF 500 OR MORE AT WtlNGARTEN'S (Coupon Expires June 4, 1»49) Friws Good Mon, TIM*, Wed June 3, 3 ft « .JLB . 12c NORTHERN Bathroom Tissue 4. Pok 41c IAIY SOFT Bathroom Tissue 2. Poh 25c DEL MONTE Cut Green Beans c " 3 27c Gohlen Ripe Bananas Sweet Cantaloupes 3 FOH 89c large Cello Lettuce 2 H,»d.39c Fresh .12-Or. Can 25c DEL. MONTE WHOLE KERNEL Corn REGULAR ROYAL Pudding ^ 10c FAVOR. FURNITURE Polish ^ 1.09 CLOROX Bleach »^ 35c Cucumbers Ea 5c U.S. No. 1 Red Potatoes ^ 8c RCDRIPE WATERMELON EGGS 14 To 21 Lb. Avg. PRIME Dog Food 34 -o t 89c .uo-cr, J 1C 11 wox i 1C NORTHERN ASSORTED Napkins HEINZ ASSORTED ReSish Steak YOUNG TENDER VEAL SHOULDER ^ ^m 65 YOUKG TENDER VEAL ^^ ^^ Cutlets ... .. 139 YOUNG TENDER VEAL Seven Steak lb 75c BAKERY TREATS RAISIN Hungarians .... 3 ,„ 29c K I t-M French Donuts dflt 69c ASS, OF 4 KINDS HOME TYPE Bucket of Cookies 69c YOUNG TENDER VEAL CROWN Roast YOUNG TENDER VEAL ROUND STEAK YOUNG TENDER VEAL Chops B9 l YOUN& TENDER VEAL Brisket Roast BONEIN lb 39c YOUNG TENDER VEAL Boneless Stew lb 79c IIRDSEYE CHEESE Sauer Kraut 69c 13-OZ. CAN SUAVE Hair Spray GEISHA SLICED Pineapple ... 27c J. W. SHERBET OR SWEET CREAM Ice Cream 4 m j.QO URDSEYf FRENCH Pt * < *' ww Green Beans 41£^ 1 00 • i/. *\* m»f ••?- w Plra*. • «w^* 8'A.OZ. IAG Tootsie Pops 37 C

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