The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on June 2, 1969 · Page 3
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 3

Baytown, Texas
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Monday, June 2, 1969
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THIS IS, SUPPOSEDLY, a more milder form of protest — or something. The scene took pl»ce over the weekend at Berkeley, Calif. A demonstrator, dressed in a rather unique garb—or something — kisses a girl during the height of demonstrations over "People's Park." Some 30,000 supporters of the park staged a peaceful march past: the tenced-in area owned by the University of California. (UP1 Telephoto) I HOSPITAL I NOTES Admitted to Gulf Coast: Lee College Awards Degrees To 74 Sophs Brenda Lee Hopkins, Highlands, Room 128. Tammy McManus, Wallisville, Room 127. Geraldine Lewis, Baytown, Room 127. Jeffrey Baker, Baytown, Room 124. Susan Timmons, Baytown, Room 109. Bruce Martin, Baytown, Room 223. Lisa Jones, Baytown, Room 208. Rhonda Pritchard, Pasadena, Room 200. Attend Church Sunday Boyrown Package Stor* 2SII M«*«tSt. Uqaor-Heer-WtB* Check Oar K Urw, Low Seventy - four sophomores received their degrees from Lee College this spring. They are: Khalid Abdul Jawad, Robbie Thames Ahlfinger, Anna Katherine Allen, Peggy Laverne AHi/nore, Phyliss Lynne Bayer, George S. Bedford Jr., Willis 0. Beene, Becky Renee Bishop, Kent B. Burris, Donald C. Cartner, Carrie Casey, Billy Lynn Caughtnan, Darrell Wayne Comeaux, Gail Colleen Cooper and Clifton E. Cranford. Also, Donald Gene Dial, Sharon Ann Dittfurth, Sally Kaderli Eatherton, James 0. Edwards Jr., Stade Erwin, Philip Gordon Ezell, Jimmy E. Fajrmer, Richard Farmer, Frances A. Gibson, Calvin Lee Goldsmith, Ross Lee Hargis, Russell E. Hargraves, Jerry Harlan, Dorothy Faye Harris and Karen Lynn Harrison. Also, Edward Wayne Heinl- 25th Annual Silver Anniversary PIN OAK CHARITY HORSE SHOW June 2-8 PIN OAK STABLES/5500 West Loop 610 (Post Oak Road) ]an Carbcr & his orchestra General Admission $1.75 Performances nightly 7:30 p.m. Matinees Sat. 1:15 p.m.—Sun. 1:45 p.m. Benefit Texas Children's Hospital For Ticket Information Call 667-2494 schel, Sharon L. Henderson, Howard R. Hill, Florence Lee House, Crispin James, William J. Jefferson, Janet Marie Kay, David B. Kelly, Erastus Lloyd, Jr., Jerome L. McAdams, Jr., Joseph Franklin McChesney III, Claude Ray McClelland, Brenda McFarland, Ernestine Masters, Edward E. Michalsky, Robert E. Miller and Stanley Milner. Also, William Fayette Morehead, Robert David Mullens, Pat L. Murray, Gail Curtis Nettles, Fernando Ocegueda, Joe C. Osborne, John Robert Pinder, Nancy Louise Pliska, Jean A. Redmond, A. M. ROKS'I III, Brian Edward Seeger, Johnny Carl Sellers, Hussein Hamzah Shararah and Patti Sharron Smith. Also, Robert Smith, Terry Lee Smith, Albert Leon Sontag, Joe Rex Tillery, Suzan Beth Todd, James Wade Townsend, Kenneth Ray Truelock, Rebecca Camilla Verde, Kenneth Ray Vinson, Syble L. Watson, Kathleen Therese Wendel, Veronica Ann Wikstrom and Judy Anne Woo tan. Baytown Woman Slightly Hurt In 2-Car Mishap Brenda Farr Lindsey, 28, of 1107 Wright, was slightly injured in a two-car accident on Texas Avenue at Seventh Street at 10:15 p.m. Saturday. Mrs. Lindsey was taken to the San Jacinto Methodist Hospital, treated and released. Mrs. Lindsey was driving west on-East Texas Avenue and was slowing to make a left turn when she was struck from behind by another car being driven by Miss Mary 'Jane Walker of 1906 Narcille. According to the police report, accident investigating officer T. D. Stanaland charged Miss Walker with being negligent in the collision. Attend Church Sunday Sears Installed Chain Link Fencing Merc's quality nl a hnd^cl price. On Ivan ixed for greater weather protection. Includes 48-in. Iiigh fabric, top rails, line posts with caps and fittings. 46 and 42-in. heights are also on sale ;it great savings. AS LOW AS A .Month Labor and Material* PHO.VK SKAH.S f< >r « FKKK INSTALLED Soar§ Installation 1'roper inMallalion is as important >s ll«* quality of tin- fence ilsrtf. I .el Si-am proviilr quality irnullnlion at u rra*oriaMr rust. NO MONEY IM>H> on Brmrr F.»*y I'aynirnl IMdti You Can't Do Better Than Searg SHOP AT SEARS'AND SAVE Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back SEAHS, HOEBUCK AND CO. 711 W. Texan AT*. Baflown* Ttxas Pbon« 422-B131 By CYNTHIA LOWBY AP TelevicioMUdi* Writer NEW YORK (AP) — In a spe- ial hour Sunday night, ABC ailed attention to the 25th «nni- ersary of the allied invasion of ormandy with a hybrid pro- ram colled "D-Day Revisited." Perh&ps the project looked ood on paper: Let Darryl F. Zanuck, who had produced a movie about the invasion called The Longest Day" some seven ears ago, take a film crew to ormandy and talk about the •ay it was then and show what is like now. The result was a lot of film lips from the old movie show- ig actors and extras perform- ng like soldiers. Then we would see the rebuilt French towns, ee families happily picnicking n what was once bloody sand. But in between there was movie mogul Zanuck, looking ie part with his dark glasses nd cigar, explaining the old ar; Zanuck speaking a little rench with the natives; Zan- ck climbing out of a helicop- r; Zanuck showing us the ro- ette of a medal in his button- ole, and Zanuck explaining he lade the film to show "the in- umanity and brutality of war," x press ing disappointment that ven after it was shown, war ared up in various spots round the world. The film clips did show the Your TV Te/eScope Monday, June 2, 1969 slaughter, pain and destruction ol war—no more than those old "combat" shows of television— and some of the shots portrayed the heroism of the brave men who went in first. With widower Stephen Doug- ias finally—nine years later—remarrying in next season's "My Three Sons" on CBS, there is bound to be a confusion among veteran viewers. Beverly Garland will portray the bride-to-be of Douglas, played by Fred MacMurray. Now, let's see, wasn't she married once—just on television of course—to Bing Crosby? Yes, in that short-lived situation comedy Bing tried and probably wished he'd stuck to specials. With country music more popular than ever, it is surprising that "Grand Ole Opry"—broadcast on radio since 1925—has never found a television network berth. The musical show has been seen on television ;n a number of communities since 1965. Next season, however, it has found a sponsor and will be offered for syndication in many more markets. The show, shot in Nashville, has been particularly popular in the South and Southwest. The population of Car.ada is over 19,516,000. Baytonian Faces Assault Charges After Shooting Charges of assault to murder have been filed against James T. Joseph, 48, of 1124 Harbor Drive, after a shooting incident at noon Saturday. When Baytown police arrived at the Harbor Drive address, Constable Ernest Lena of the Harris County Sheriff's office was holding Joseph and James Jones, Jr. of 4611 Nokia Street, Houston. Officers said Jones had been shot once in the chest. They said Joseph complained that Jones had taken money from him Friday night. Jones was taken to the San Jacinto Methodist Hospital by police ambulance, treated and released. A warrant was issued for Joseph's arrest through Justice of the Peace Glenn Vickery's Court and he was jailed. . A hearing had not been set Monday morning. Pean's List CHARLES MARABLE has been named on the dean's list and has earned highest honors in the University of Texas College of Pharmacy for the spring semester. He is the son of Harry Marable and the late Mrs. Mai-able of Baytown. There a re only four species of Loons, birds which both fly and dive inlo water. Noon Stock Quotes fCourtay of Cttiam ffefoMl (The New York Stock Exchange was delayed 45 minutes in opening Monday morning because subways were closed. Many stocks had not traded in lime to be included in the Baytown Sun Monday stock reports.) Allis Chalmers 32 Arlan's Dept Store No Sale Am Tel & Tel 56 Anaconda 43Vi Armco 63Vz Ashland Oil 49V 2 Atlantic Richfield No Sale Bendix 45Vz Beth Steel 35 Carrier Corp 39?;, Celanese 70% Chrysler 50% Columbia Gas 29 Delta Air 3GVa Diamond Shamrock 27% Dow Chemical 74% Dresser Ind No Sale DuPont 138% El Paso Nat Gas 22'A Ethyl Corp 33'4a Ford 50 Foremost-McKesson 32'/i Gen Elec 93 Gen Motors No Sale Gen Tel & Elec 38% Gen Tire 24">H Georgia-Pacific 99% Getty Oil 76Vi Gillette SBfe Gordon's Jewelry No Sale Greyhound .. Gulf Oil Gulf States Util ......... No Sale Gulf Western ............. 30% Halliburton ............. 53% Harvey Aluminum ..... No Sale Hoffman Electr .... ...... 25V4 Ho L&P .................. 407/ g Inland Steel ........... No Sale Interlace Steel ........ 36% IBM ............ . ........ 319 127% 103% 47Vs 50 . 50 . 32% 53% Jones & Laughlin Kerr-McGee Kraft Foods Kresge S S Ling-Ternco-Vought McDonnell-Douglas Magnavox Marathon Oil ............. 531,*, M icroclot ................ 26% Mobile Socony Monsanto Nat Dist .................. 19% Occidental Pet ........... 42'/i Penn Central RR ........ 54% Pepsi Cola ............. No Sale SJiillips Pet .............. 73 Sihlumberger Sears NO Sale Sperry-Rand Stan Cal ................. 71 Stan Ind ................. 68 Stan N J ...... . .......... 3334 Stan Ohio ................ 71 Slauffcr Cliem ........... 4534 Tenneco ................. 28% Texaco .................. 84V4 Texas Eastern ........... 29 Texas Gulf Sul ........... 30% Union Carbide ........... 44 Union OU of Cai United Air Lines ........ Upjohn Drug 47V. US Steel 45 Westtnghouse 62 Xerox No Sale Dow Jones Industrial Down 3,43 Avg ...939.12 HUMNGCCHTBt N*w HEARING AK> Com* In or C*l for FTM H«varm<j TW. O. J. Doniho* wit b« •* KOUY INN Hwy. 146 by+own Wed, 4 10A.M. fc> 12 noon June 16th First National will be located between Jack-in-the Box and the library. June Kith, we'll be in our new banking facility at One Thomirs Circle. (Where Texas Avenue 1 ;md Uecker Drive 1 join (lie traffic circle.) Our locntion won't lie the only thing we'll change. We'll change your way of banking, too. For instance. First N'ational's new bank will have five drive-in whulou'.s, instead of two. So, you'll be able to do your banking at leas! 2'/2 times faster. And we'll have a new convenient parking lol with a lot more convenient parking. Pins a lobby you'll have to see to believe. (Yon can see it at our formal opening Monday. June Huh at 10:00 A.M.) We've already changed our hours to lit your hours. Now we're open MondaysthroiiLd) Fridays from K:(K) A.M. to'r>::U) I'.M. And on Saturdays from H-.:?() A.M. to 12-.W P.M. For'all you customers who helped build the new J-'irs( National Bank we'd like to .say (hanks, and offer you ibis loken of our appreciation: Free personali/cd checks. To gel them.just ask. One thinu; more, if you're not a First National customer, shouldn't yon he:' At least it's food for tliou<>'hl. First National Bank OSK IIIOMAS C:iKCl.K / l'.'^.»l(r>/ MKMHlfK KUIC. C l'.«.'.iMKM \AI1ONAI. 11.\NKOf H.NV row.v

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