The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 31, 1969 · Page 3
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 3

Baytown, Texas
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Friday, January 31, 1969
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Oi Seeps From Wdl CaHfornia SANTA BARBARA, Calif. (AP) — Oil seeping from an undersea well covers an estimated 75 square miles in Santa Barbara channel, the Coast Guard says. The slick spread 10 to 15 miles along the coastline between Car- penteria and Ventura as it moved southward slowly towards the beaches, about three or four miles away at last report. Union Oil Co. of CaHfornia officials said the crude oil was flowing at the rate of 500 barrels a day, although there were efforts to stop the flow by forcing mud into the drill hole. Y Director Presents Kiwanis Oub Program Friday, January 31, 1969 (Iff* tout Albert Johnson, physical director ot ihe Bay town down- low n YMCA, presented I he program tor ihe wt-ekly meeting ol Hie Baytown Kiwanis Club I'liursduy. Tile program consisted of a proseniaiioi) ot slides taken last -summer when pruclamalions Iroin the mayor ol Houston, governor of Texas and President u! the U.S. were carried to Alexico City by 12 businessmen and prolessional men who are also members ot the YMCA. The "run' was one of the opening events ol the Olympics. Among the guests who at- leuded ihe meeting were Jeanne French and Jo Ann Sanders, Keyeiles; Danny Sutton, guest of Any tailor who can keep you in stitches (jene Loveriug, and Clay Swain, guest ot ins father, Hank Swain. Attending as prospective members and guest ot the Kiwanis Club were Kd' Gordon and John Young. Pasadena Savings Sets Hew Drive-In Hours Pasadena Savings, Main at Shaw in Pasadena, will initiate new drive-in hours beginning Feb. I lor ils Market Center Savings Branch known as the ••mini-branch." The new drive-in hours will be lo:3o a.m. to ;>:30 p.m. on weekdays, and 10:30 a.m. to 3:3U p.m. on Saturdays. A spokesman tor Pasadena Savings said the new hours were another step in the company's continued effort to provide Ihe cni/eiiry ot Pasadena with more convenience and serving along wnh the highest interest rates possible. NEW MINING METHOD JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (AP) — Gold mines arc experimenting with pumping ore mixed with waler from below ground to sec if recovery of metal can be increased. Four massive pumps are moving a slurry mix- lure up from 7,200 feet in Vaal Reefs mine lo the surface. Gold ore is usually brought to the surface dry. If the experiment is successful, other mines are expected to crush material underground and pump it oul mixed with water. "Needle's Eyes" In oriental cities, the small gates called "needle's eyes" are used by travelers who wish to enter the city after the main gates have closed. «?IUU?tfi VA/nvc CIDCT mini ITV ^ ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY Announcing push-button shopping Why wait 'til 2001? It's here today with your phone and FREE Penneys Catalog. Hurry! Get your free Penneys Spring-Summer Catalog Got fingc Push-button shopping? Here's how it works, your free Penneys CatnloR. In it right Lit your :rtips arc over 100,000 things for you, your family, your home, your car. You take it easy at home, find what you want and phone your catalog center. Penneys friendly order staff takes your order, answers your questions. Then, it's push-button all the way to give you fast, efficient service. All you do is pick up your purchase at yovir catalog center. It's the easy, modern way to shop. Added pleasure, the money you save with Penneys prices. Why wait? Join the push-button shoppers today! Use your Penneys Charge Card. Get your free Spring-Summer Catalog now at your convenient Penneys Catalog Center MARK GOODWIN, 16, of 201 Arbor, and Stephen Kiipatrick, i», 01 i'/ui uax snaaows, are in satisfactory condition at Gulf Coast Hospital after their car collided with a truck Thursday. The accident happened on Park Street and Humble's North Gate. (Sun Photo by Robby Nixon) A SCHOOL BOOK lies in the street beside a fallen bicycle after an accident Friday morning on Lee Drive. The bicycle rider, Raydell Robert Cline, 8, of 816 Bolster, escaped injury. The accident occurred as the boy attempted to cross Lee Drive to attend classes at Carver-Jones school. The truck was driven by Joe A. Massey of Houston. No charges were filed. (Sun Photo By Ron Lennard) Try Sun Classified Ads Today! cmnetf) A/AYS FIRST OLUUJTV ^ ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY SATURDAY LAST DAY! Big Mac' work sets pack a lot of muscle and save you 1.08 per set • • -Thru Saturday! PANTS, REG. 5.98, NOW SHIRTS, REG. 4.98, NOW 5.44 4.44 TOUGH . . . woven of 8.2 oz. extra strong polyester/ combed cotton sateen plied yarns. GOOD LOOKING . . . lustrous finish weave. EASY TO CARE FOR . . . never need ironing. STAY NEAT ALWAYS . . . actually shrug off wrinkles. Super Klondike French front shirt has two handy button flap pockets and long, stay-tuck tails. Slacks have trim styling with a crease that never says die. And, both iho shirt and pants have Soil Release. HI I II - HI t I 4.V/ DON'T FORGIT YOUR PENNEY CHARGE CARD! Noon Stock Quotes (Courtesy of CHiuni Nation*! Aihs Chalmers 2<J :| ,.i Arlan's Depl Store 'Mi-',* Am Tel & Tel 54 Anaconda 5H : '^ Armco &'2 : ',n Ashland Oil 3yi 2 Bendix 457 /s Beth Steel 34 Carrier Corp 75'/ K Celanese 7iv K Chrysler 52 : ii, Columbia Gas 30VK Delta Air 377,, Diamond Shamrock 32 Dow Chemical Ho Dresser Ind 4l',n Dui j om mo Kl Paso i\at Gas 23 :l ,., Kiliyl Corp :{f> ;l « Kurd 5(>-'i l-'oreinost-McKesson . . . . ;)2 Gen Flee 9H S Gen Motors 78 7 , 8 Gen Tel & Flee :jy Gen Tire ;!!•!* Georgia-l'acihc 'Jl- : ,n Getty Uil 84 Gillette 51 : -.i Gordon's Jewelry 3 1 J Grey I ion'id 25 Gull (Jil 4;{'-j Gull Stales 27 : ;« Gull Western 47'. ( Halliburton 4(i',« HarveyAlummum ...... 38 Mollman Fleclr 1H',| Ho L&P 45-'., Iniertake Steel 37 IBM .....' aUT Jones & Laughlin 7(P,H Kerr-McGee 113- KresgeSS 38 Lmg-Temcu-Vouglll .... 86 : >n McDonnell-Douglas 47 Miignavox 52 :: * Marathon Uil 531, Birch Retires From ER&E Fuels Laboratory Here K. IL. "Bob" Birch has retired trom F-sso Kesearch and Engineering Co.'s Bay town Synllietie Fuels Laboratory. He was a research technician engaged m pilot unit work on Ihe production of hydrogen. He and Mrs. Birch plan to move back lo Corrigan, Texas, where he grew up and she was lormerly a school teacher. Birch hsis Ins hobbies as hunting, lishmg, and studying wildlife, and says he plans lo spend more time pursuing these hobbies, and "going where we want lo." He says "the lime that is left will be speni attending my ranch and garden." Birch is a 1930 graduate of Diboll High School and studied electrical engineering at. Texas A&iVl University. Joining Baytown Helinery in December 1U42, lie transferred in less than a monih lo ihe laboratories as a pilot, unit, operator. In t'J4G he became a senior pilot unit operator, and in 1U57 a research technician. Mr. and Mrs. Birch have three sons and two grandchildren. Kichard and his wife live in Pensacola, Fla., where he is stationed with ihe Naval Air Force. Joe Bill is working toward his MS degree in fish and wildhle biology ul Slephen F. Austin Slate College. Fred and lus wile and their children, Bobby and Sharon, live in Montana where be is a forester at Kaven Hanger Station. Birch is a member of Cedar Bayou Masonic Lodge. He rciiri'd .Inn. 1 K. K. lilKCII Rofarians To Elect '69 Officers Nexl Wednesday will' be election day at the Rotary Club of Baytown. A vice president and three directors will be chosen with the vice president becoming 1970's president-elect. Charles L. Tillery will ascend to the presidency at the first meeting in July to succeed Dr. Lee Liggett, the current president. In the balloting Attorney John Sandhop and Dr. Henry Dismukcs have been nominated by a group of past presidents who served on the committee, The membership nominated K. W. Mathcrnc, Uob McGraw, Dan Willson and Gene Gillis for the three vacant board places. Untiring board members are J. Bryan Stratton, Blair Mann and Dr. Herbert Duke Jr. bnk end Good body Co.) Mobile hiKuny 57', v Moii.sanlo 531,,, Nai Dairy 41 ,NaiL)isl 43',, Occidental Pel 47',, Penn Central UK (>8 ; ! PepsiCola 41H Phillips Pel 72' KCA 441 Kayiheon 471 KoauSelecl Tr 12 .ScliJumberger !2H- ; Sears M Sinclair . . . Spurry-Hand -SuiuCal . . . . 7lK- .112 Sum Ind Sum ,\ ,1 . . . . Sum Uliiti . . . . Stuuller L'lieiii 70 ' .Sun Uil 741 1'all Hroadcasl ;(7- 1'eclinicolor 24' I'euneco ;iu' I'exucu ............ Hi!'-' I'exas bJasiern ........ :i:r h Texas Gull Sul ........ ;ui. Union Carbide -H-'' H Union Oil ul Cat 57-' n United Air Lines 47-» Upjohn Drug 531., US Steel -)(;' s VareCorp 22 : .\ Wesimghouse i;t;' 8 Xerox 21;:!' i Dow Junes Industrial Up 1.8G Avg U43.13 AFS Student From Philippines To. Visit In Baytown Unbuy Canas ol the Philippines will be visiting here the week of Feb. «-!."> as pan ot Ins American Field Service tour in the U. S. Bobby, who is presently living in Spring Branch with his AFS parents, Mr. and Mrs. I'liomas Flahaven, and at- lendmg Spring Branch High school, will be ihe house guest of .Vlr. and Mrs. J. (.„'. Weismger and MJIIS, Mcve and David, ol 1 1 J05 Oak Shadows, while he is visiting in ISayiown. During his week's stay here, ne will be unending classes at Kobttrt K Leu High School. During AFS Exchange Week, two AFS .students attending high Mjiiool here will be visiting Houston iaimlies and schools. Marcia Machado ot Bra/il. who is Maying in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John DcGarmo here, will i>e visaing Kmcaid High School, and Kobcrl Maquil of Lu.xem- ourg, who is slaying with the Henry 1'osi family, will be visaing Bcllairc High School. Although Canada is situated north of the United States, Niagara Falls, Ontario, is located west of Niagara Falls, N.Y. Open Daily 10:00 To 6:00 Open Thursday and Friday Until 8:30 Men's Wecr CLEARANCE Fall Suits Reg. 55.00 Reg. To 85.00 55" Reg. 95.00 35 65 2 and 3 button styling with center or side vent. Famous brands included. Sizes 36 to 46 regular and long. Sport Shirts 1" 4 W Reg. 4.00 to 9.00 | To ^ Most are permanent press. In stripes, checks and solids. Sites S.-M.-L-4 XL Dress Pants 4", 12" Reg. 9.00 to 18.00 Choose from a wide selection of colors. Many No Iron. Sizes 30 to 42. Sweaters 3 99 Q99 To / In cardigans and pullovers. Assorted colors. Sizes S.-M.- Jackets and Coats 3 99 *QOO To I/ Choose from a wide selection of styles and colors in light and heavy weights. Reg. 27.50 to 49.50 Assorted styles and colors to choose from in many fabrics Sizes 36 to 46. Assorted Robes Reg. 6.98 to 9.98 Assorted colors and fabrics, many are wash and wear. Assorted colors. S.-M.-L. Pajamas 2 99 J99 '• TO nr Most are wash and wear. Assorted colors. Sizes A.-B.-C.-D. SAVE IN EVERY DEPT. THROUGHOUT THE STORE DURING OUR WINTER CLEARANCE SALE. Say "CHARGE IT" Take Up To 10 Months To Pay Uw Your Bay Fair Charge Plate

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