The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on June 4, 1969 · Page 2
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Baytown, Texas
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Wednesday, June 4, 1969
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ftp Jun« 4, Board Gets Education Suggestions The Educational Advisory Council has recommended changes in schedule of the school day, and the school board currently is studying the recommendations. The council has recommended that beginning next school year, all schools begin at 8:30 a.m. and dismiss at 3:^0 p.m. and have a 15-minute activity pericc! attached to a particular instructional period each day. This 15-minute period might be lengthened to 25 minutes to allow junior and senior schools to elect to have longer home room periods if they desire. The council has also recommended that each school determine its need or lack of need for activity period and that time adjustments be done on an individual school basis. The council recommended a dual bell system be installed if necessary. The ETC has also recommended that the time for dismissal of iirst and second grade pupils be changed from •2-.M p.m. to Z p.m. Other recommendations include: -f That a head teacher or a principal be assigned to each elementary school. A head teacher would have a half teaching load and a half supervisory load. -f That the school district pay for car expense between two .schools for principals who have two schools. t That there be a holdover membership of one-third of the ETC members for the 1969-70 school year and thereafter, with lour teachers and one administrator being held over. •i- That membership on the council be increased next year to Hi people with the additional member to come from the guidance department. [•HIST STOI SECOND-HAND STORE CHICAGO (AP) - Secondhand store shopping for furni ture when decorating a new home or redesigning iin old one can be fun, ways a California interior decorator. Carole Richen of Fullcrton, Calif., advised here that it's a good place to look for old wood en ice-boxes, weathered wicker chairs, wind-up victrolas, even old church pews. Decker DRIVE LV THEATRE I'M. 424-0012 Now Showing B:30 — ACA.IU i 5EVEI1 RREBR(K-i nnoTHEvooirr I FUNERAL NOTICES COY Jose Guadalupe Coy, 50, of 1408 - Gulf died Tuesday in a Baytown Hospital. He had been a resident of Baytown 23 years. Coy was employed in the labor department at Humble Oil and Winery, He is survived by his wife, Adolfa, two daughters, vlrs. Gilbert Salinas and Miss Dahlia Coy, both of Baytown; wo sons, Joel and Abel of Baytown; his mother, Mrs. vlaria Coy, El- Campo, four sisters; Mrs. Demetria Cisneros, Baytown, Mrs. Enriqueta aucedo, Mrs. Matilde Arredono, both of El Carnpo, 'Irs. Koy Benavides of Ft. Devens, Mass. Also, four jrothers: Manuel and Romeo Coy of Baytown; Joe Coy, E! Campo, and Lionel, presently rving in Vietnam. Services will be held at 1:30 >.rn. Thursday in the Earthman Chapel and interment will be in he San Jacinto Memorial Park. Pallbearers are Gilberto .alinas, Gilbert Garcia, Gilbert -afuentes, Antonio Gonzales, (\polinar Ramirez and Anestacio iuerra. DONNA AXUM, Miss America of 19frl, models the dress she will wear at her Saturday wedding to Speaker of the Texas House of Representatives, Gus F. Mutsclier of Urenham. The couple will wed in Austin. lUl'l Tclcphotu) Leaders Seek Halt To Britain Strike LONDON 1AP) — Manage ment and union leaders launched a new bid Monday to end a two-week-old wildca strike that has already cost one of Britain's biggest exporters nearly |2.5 million. The British Leyland Motor Co strike is a result of the lltfii merger between the Leylam Bus and Truck Manufacturers and the big British Motor Corp. and had been simmering for months. Leyland plants are in Lancashire in northweslerr England, while BMC factories are in the midlands, when, wage scales are higher. Try Sun Classified \llcn Interim Study Okayed Baytown Hep. Joe Allen won approval on his resolution in the Gist legislature to form an interim committee to study the feasibility of creating a maximum security facility for the criminally insane either in Houston, Dallas, Lubbock or San Antonio. The committee will include three 1 House members, plus one representative from the University of Texas board of regents, Texas Board of Corrections, Texas Department of Mental Health and Mental Ketardation, the psychology division ol Texas Medical Center Houston and a faculty or administrative representative from the University of Texas at Austin. Allen's resolution states that present hospital facilities are overcrowded, creating a hardship in the care of patients who have no criminal tendencies. H also says in many cases, proper security is not possible. "The trouble with girls" Magnificent mft *l^MM*i/«^«Ml singing... •. ^dancing PANAVISION COLOR by Oelu» - United Artnti — Plu» — Sidney Poitier IN THE HEAT OF THE WIGHT' PANAV1SION & METROCOLO8 THEY SCALE THE HEIGHTS WHERE EAGLES D All! Melro-Goldwyn-Mayer presents a Jerry Gershwin - Elliott Kastner picture starring Burton Clint Eastwood Attend Church Sunday also starring _ Michael Hordern • Patrick Wymark KfiKSSfif I'VT. KONALO W. Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Sturroch, has completed basic training at Fort Bliss. He is now stationed at Huachuco, Ari/.., as a heavy equipment operator. He is a graduate of Koss Sterling High School. LEGAL NOTICE Scaled bids for THE CONSTRUC riON OF A TEMPORARY WATER SYSTEM CONSISTING OF A 15, WO GAL. GROUND STORAG1 TANK, 15 II.P. BOOSTER PUMP PUMP CONTROLS. AND WATER [JNES for the F.N.N. CORP. wil >e received at the office of th' IUNICIPAL ENGINEERING CO. 'ASADENA. TEXAS unlil 5:00 p.m on June 12, IMS and then publicl opened and read aloud. PUns an pt'ciricatioru; may be obtained a he following: MUNICIPAL ENGINEERING CO 1730 SO. R1CIIEY, PASADENA. TEXAS 77502 The owner reserves the right t waive any Informalities or rejec any or all bids. Lloyd Jam Pocfcoq* Store 2511 M«rWtS». l+w. &^ ^^^^ NEAl. DICKKNS Motor Co. on Highway 144 soon will have <M ditplay tills new 17-foo4 motorized travel trailer. The trailer IK manufactured by (he Fa* Co., specialists la travel trailers, and the power head is built by the Rhelastahl ttanomag company of Hanover, Germany. Dickens says the four-cylinder dle.sel provides fuel economy with a capacity of 25 miles per gallon. II has a maximum speed of (2 miles an hour. Noon Stock Quotes (Courtesy of Citiwni Nation*) B*nk and Goodbody Co j Allis Chalmers 32 Arlan's Dept Store 38% Am Tei & Tel 56Vi Anaconda 42'A \rmco 62% shland Oil 52'^ \tlantic Richfield 129!/4 Bendix 45Vj 3eth Steel 36 Carrier Corp 39% ,'elanese 72 Chrysler 50% Jolurnbia Gas 28% >elta Air 37 3 /s diamond Shamrock 27Vs X»w Chemical 73% Grosser Ind 35>/4 JuPont l37 7 / 8 Jl Paso Nat Gas 21% p ermits- (Continued From Page 1) ennings, 108 Alva, $1,200, epairs. Also, H. T. King, 201 Alva, 1,100, repairs; F. A. Hichard,on, 2310 Eaves, $26,500, esidence; Leroy Walker, 401 tiver Bend, $20,000, residence; ;i Toro Restaurant, 2110 North 'ruett, $700, sign; Akard Beall, 12 Post Oak, |27,000, residence; \kard Beall, 122 Red Bud, ;23,000, residence; Akard Beall, 02 Red Bird, $23,000, residence; Norwood Homes, 4805 St. Andrews, $37,000, residence; Dr. T. H. Speidel, 5007 Somerset, $2,000, enclosing patio. Also, E. F. Luquire, 2302 Kipling, $40,000, residence; C. W. Vlagourik, 402 North Burnet, S35.000, residence; R. C. Weavers, 903 South Seventh, flOO, carport; Milton C. Kelley, 223 Pin Oak, $26,000, residence; Bmery Bradford, 1801 West Humble, $2,500, garage; Travis Porter, 186 Bayshore Dr., $5,000, garage; SLarett Builders, 1403 Greenwood, $17,300, residence. Also: Fred Hanson Jr., 222 'ost Oak Dr., $29,800, residence; D. S. Baugh, 905 Fleetwood, $900, itorage building; C. E. Smith, 718 Harold Lane, $36,000, Business location; Milton C. Kelley, 119 Honeysuckle, $17,500, esidence; E. L. Alford, 3401 Michigan, $5,500, kitchen emodeling; Morton Builders, M07 Edison, $5,200, addition; Fred Hanson, 222 Post Oak, >2y,800, residence. Also: Raul Rendon, 1231 Cypress, $1,100, carport; Cook and iVicAuley contractors, 112 Schreck, $13,500, residence; J. R. McKec, 2302 Camelia, $18,750. residence; J. R. McKee, 2308 Camelia, $18,750, residence; Popkin Advertising Agency Jarth at Decker, $300, two signs- Popkin Advertising Agency, 101 West Main, $300, sign; Steve Boyle, 4812 Country Club $37,250, residence; R. W. Nor wood, 1901 Woodlawn, $30,000 residence; Raymond Helper! 1208 Dwinncll, $300, patio en closure. Also: Pepco Construction Co. 2201 Lee Dr., $20,000, warehouse and sales area; M. C. Kelley, 30 Pin Oak, $29,000, residence Jack Hartt, 2107 Cedar Creek $18,000, residence; Jack Hartt 2201 Cedar Creek, $18,000 residence; Jack H,arlt, 170 Happy Valley, $18,000 residence; LaRuth Carter, 11 Hafer, $1,000, remodel; Jo> Eddleman, 202 Chandler, $2,700 utility room; Jack Hartt, 2206 Cedar Creek, $20,000, residence H. Brunson, 1200 North Pruett $2,000, addition; Fred H Buckels, 202 Morrell, $600 garage; A. W. Kinsey, 21 Marli Lane, $110, carport. Corp •ord ^orernost-McKesson en Elec 33% 50'/ 8 ____ 32>/i 93 '/a en Motors .............. 80^8 en Tel & Elec .......... 36'/4 Jen Tiro ................. . 23% Georgia-Pacific ......... 100 7 ,a Getty Oil ................. 74Vj Gillette ................. 57Vi Gordon's Jewelry ........ 33 Greyhound .............. 21 25 Julf Oil Julf States Util ..... julf Western lalliburton 53% iarvey Aluminum 29% Hoffman Electr 25 Jo L&P 42 nland Steel 35^4 nterlake Ste«l 34% BM 319'/i ones & Laughlin 26% <err-McGee 102% Craft Foods 47% •Cresge S S 50% ing-Temco-Vought — 49V4 McDonnell-Douglas 32% Vlagnavox 51% Marathon Oil 56 Vlicrodot No Sale Vlobile Socony 67 Vlonsanto 49 Sat Dist 19% Occidental Pet 41 7 / 8 Penn Central RR 54% epsi Cola 49 Phillips Pet 70% RCA 43% Raytheon 38 ioan Select Tr 8% Schlumberger 147% Sears 70% ihell 71'A Sperry-Rand 52% jtan Cal 71 Stan Ind 68 tan N J 84% Stan Ohio No Sale Stauffer Chem 45% Sun Oil 67*, Syntex 64 I'aft Broadcast 38% Technicolor 22% Tenneco 29 Texaco 83 3 ,; Texas Eastern 27% Texas Gulf Sul 29% Union Carbide Union Oil of Cal 62 United Air Lines 40% Upjohn Drug' 46% US Steel 45% Westinghouse 62% Xerox" 273% Dow Jones Industrial Up Avg 931.30 Kitzman Assigned AIRMAN Bert A. Kitzman, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Kitzman las graduated from Shepparc AFB in Texas as an air freighi specialist. He has been assignee to a unit of the Military Airlift Command at Travis AFB California. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Scaled bids will be received by the Le College District, Box 8)8, Baytown, Te 15 77S20, until II-.OQ a.m.. Wednesda June IB, I9«. for BIOLOGY LAB FURN ITURE, at which time bids will t> opened In the Comptroller's Office, Drive, Baylown. Texas. Bidders m» be present at the opening of the bid Specifications and necessary Inform tlon may be had by calling at the Com trailer 1 * Office. The Board of Regen reserves the right to reject any and all bids or accept any bid deemed most ad-! vtntageous to it. LEE COLLEGE DISTRICT Alvln H. Miles, Comptroller Police Nab Suspect In Mexia Coed Death MEXIA, Tex. (AP) — A spokesman for the Limestone Jounty Sheriff's Office said of- icers have arrested a man in he rape-slaying of a 17-year-old Mexia High School girl. A deputy said Sheriff Connor jpivey had arrested a man and was taking him to the Department of Public Safety office in Waco for questioning. The body of the girl, a high ichool baton Iwirler, was found by a farmer Tuesday in a clump of bushes. She had been stabbed 18 limes and Justice of he Peace Sam Bonner said she >ad been raped. She was found a quarter miie off a lonely, unpaved road 3 niles south of this Central East Texas city by McKenzie Masters. He apparently almost stumbled on the murder while it was aking place. State patrolmen and Sheriff jpivey estimated Cathy Jones iad been dead only a half-hour when Masters, following automo- )ile tracks easily seen in drizzle- covered grass, found the body. The brownette was one of eight twirlers with the ISO-piece Mexia High School band. She attended school Tuesday morning but did not return after lunch. Masters said he did not sec an automobile enter or leave the area where the body was found. iJonner said the body was wrapped in a quilt and the victim was partly disrobed. "She was stabbed 18 times that we know of from her neck to her abdomen. It was probably a small, sharp pocket knife. The stab wounds didn't look very big," Bonner said. The tires of the vehicle involved were designed for use in mud and a pickup truck was sought, officers said. A. B. McBay, principal of Mexia High School, said she was a pretty, popular girl. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jones. Both work at the Mexia plant of Varo, Inc., which makes military articles. No arrests were made at once. CATHY JONES BOOMING 1 BAYTOWN j Construction has begun on the $8,500 Sigmor service station" at 605 East Texas Ave. The station is owned by Tom Turner and is being constructed by White Service and Construction Co. The station will have 720 square feet of floor space and is to be located on a 16,700 square foot lot. The structure was designed by the Kennedy Association. The Sherwin Williams paint outlet is scheduled to move into its new building at 1411 Alexander Dr. in the near future. The building will contain warehousing and sales area in the 4,800 square feet of space. The building, to be located on 10,000 square feet of land, is estimated to cost $20,000 to construct. David Rogers is owner and contractor. Construction is under way .on the $-14,000 Moore Supply Co. sales and storage building at 1106 Cedar Bayou Rd. The building, 8,WP square feet in size, is being constructed on a -13,500 square foot plot by the Pruett Construction Co. A dental clinic is under construction at 1107 East James. The clinic, owned by Dr. G. L. Smith, is to have 2,715 square feet of floor space and is being constructed on a 11,250 square foot lot. The clinic, being built by W. L. Jones Jr., is estimated to cost $42,329. Repair For Patio Slab Depends On Condition By ANDY LANG AP News features Question: We have a small concrete patio that is in rather oad condition, with a number of :racks running through it. The cracks are very thin, but I'm afraid that if I patch them, the patching concrete will look new compared with the old surface and will stand out more than ever. In fact, I had this happen with a patch job I did several years ago. I've called in a contractor to put on a new surface, but he says it will have to be fairly thick and I don't want to change the height of the concrete. He told me about a product which can be put on one-eighth of an inch thick—something which has ceramic particles mixed with epoxy resins. Can you tell me somelhing about this and whether a one-eighth of an inch covering will hold up well? Answer: We have seen several terraces covered with this material, which is mixed, poured on and then troweled like regular cement. They seem to be in excellent shape despite heavy usage. In fact, the manu facturer claims it is many times stronger than concrete and is unaffected by extremes of temperature. Also, it comes in several colors. But you'll have to make the decision yourself after weighing costs. Attends Conference SP. 5 ELO Frank Veselka II attended the Sprinc Joint Computer Conference in Boston. He is stationed in Washington D. C. with the U. S. Army Information and Data Systems Command. The son of Mrs. Mary Ann Veselka of 1821 Maryland, his wife is the former Miss Linda Koslowski. Silsbee Man Looks Back On 112 Long Years SILSBEE, Tex. (AP) — Sealed in his favorite rocker in front of a sun-splashed window, Sam White recently mused over his life as he marked the 112th year of it. Bom of slave parents four years before the outbreak of the Civil War, White celebrated his birthday in a modern federal apartment complex here. It is a far co' from 'he three- room log cabin deep in the piney woods near Carthage where he was born, he said. White said his first home centered about the kitchen where his mother cooked on an open fireplace. The home also had a bedroom and a "kind of dining room." Wrinkling his forehead. White recalled the happiness in lhat early home. "1 had lots of fun playing with my two brothers sisters," he said. "They have been dead a long time," White said as he talked about his family. He and his wife Mary, 85, Crosby(Continued From Page 1) doors to discuss raises tor clerical, custodial and maintenance and cafeteria personnel. Supt. Jerry Prochazka said the board granted $25 monthly raises, as recommended, to clerical employes and changed Lo the title of Lois James to assistant bookkeeper with an accompanying $50 monthly raise. The board also agreed to increase the pay of hourly cafeteria employes by 15 cents an hour. The increase will raise the pay of nine employes who are currently receiving the $1.30 minimum under the federal minimum wage law. The minimum will be raised to $1.45 on Feb. 1. Prochazka said the board did not get to a proposed salary increase of $25 monthly for custodial and maintenance employes and will consider this proposal at a later meeting. The board's action in teacher pay scale will moved into the 100-unit federal complex last year. The couple's only source of income is social- security which he accumulated while working in saw mills scattered through East Texas. When asked if he had ever been sick. White said once, when he was knocked down by a car and had his leg broken. "That was the first and only time I ever went to the doctor," he said. What does he owe his long life to? "I have faith in God," White said. Attend Graduation MK. AND Mrs. A. R. Marsh of 2103 E. James are in Annapolis, Md., for the graduation of their son, Paul, from the U.S. Naval Academy. the apparently raise the pay of a Beginning teacher with a bachelor's degree in the district from its present $5,684 to $0,137. The Associated Press reports thai Hie legislature's pay raise will raise beginning pay of state teachers by $C03, with larger ncreases for experienced teachers. THE MYTOWM SUM Entered at second clou matter al the Bavlown, Texas, "530 Po»t Office undtr Ine Act of Coror«s» of March 3, 1179. PubllWied olternoons. Monday ttiroush Friday- and Sundays by Th* Baytawn Sun, Inc., ot 1»1 M«morkH Drive In Sutxcrlpllon Rates by Carrier Single Copv 10 cent* JI.96 montn, »«.« per Vtor Represtflled Nationally by Texoi Newuxwer Representatives, Inc. M?M»e« OC THE ASSOCIATED PKESS The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the me for republlcatlon of cny news <!lspotch« credltled to II or rot otherwise credited In thii paper ani local news or spontaneous orMn pub1l»hed tiwtin. Rights of reoutjllcatlat, of all other matter herein ore also reserved. ENJAY PAINTS Are Back In Town Has Them 2M9 Market 427-1143 a professional man you should know... the doctor of optometry associated with ISO in Baytown. Dr. B. L. (Bob) Warfbrd 305 W. Texas He is one of the many experienced Doctors of Optometry who practice in ISO offices throughout the stale. You should get to know him. LEGAL NOTICE DELICIOUS ICE CREAM FLOAT TOMORROW OVLV DfllRV QUEEN Dairy PUMA N«. I M**%c« * Diatir D«iry Qixao N». 2 MM •*rw» r Dr. CITY OF BAYTOWN NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed bid* in duplicate will be received by the City Clerk of the City of Baytown until 2:00 p.m., Wednesday, June 11, IM4, and all bids will be opened and publicly read in the City Council Chambers at 2.00 p.m. on that date for STORM SEWER AND STORM SEWER APPIRTENANCES ON WARD ROAD FROM THE EAST PROPERTY LINE OF STATE HIGHWAY 14t (ALEXANDER DRIVE) TO THE WEST PROPERTY LINE OF K1LGORE ROAD. Plans, specification*, and all nec- es«ary information may be obtained from the office of Baytown Eniti- neerina; Company, 1107 Fleelwood Drive, Baytown. Texas 77b». Bid rter's Bond. Certified Check or Cashier's Check in an amount equal to ten per certt (10 per cent) of the total bade bid mast accompany each proposal. The City of Baytown reserves the riKht to reject any and all bids and to accept any bid deemed advan tagenusto It. No plan deposit at required of bona fied contractors. A deposit of OO.M per Mil is required ofall others, Doted: MayH.IM* Edna Oliver City Clerk BOTH LOCATIONS 1300 Morket St. 422-5922 2284 Boy Plaza 4224693 YOU CANT AFFORD TO MISS THIS SPECIAL TWO DAYS ONLY Wed. 4*h, Thurs. 5«i MONTEREY DINNER Guacamnle Salad, Chalupa, Chili con Qu«*n. R«ef Turn, Two Enchiladas, Tamale and Chili, Beans, Rice, Tortillas, Hot Sauce, and Candy. Degr. *i-»0 1 FIESTA DINNER Giinciimnle. S»la<l, Reef Tneo, Two Enchiladas, Txmale and Chili, Bcann, Rice, Tortil- lus, Hot Sauce »n,l Cumly. Kf K . $1.60. 1 39 ENCHILADA DINNER 3 Cheese Enchiladas, Beans, Rke, Tertiflas, Hot Sauce and Candy. Reg. $1.35. 1 19 2 Soff B * ef T * cot ' Guacamole Salad, Beans With Ch««- Toftiflas, Hot Sauce, and Candy. Reg. $1.35 . . . '".'"'.'. «1 I 19 NO SUBSTITUTES DURING THIS SALE BOTH LOCATIONS 1300 M«rk«t St.—422-5922 22M fey

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