ote FOR $22 Million Sports Stadium Bond Issue Tuesday, Jan. 31 * The Baytown Sun lnvit«i J T. OWJEN 1401 Olive to the Brunson Theater to ae« •"'••TOMBOY A>fD THE CHAMP' i coupon Is good for two ticket* wh«n pntcd at the Brunson box office. SUN CLASSIFIED JU l-Bl 34 JU 2 37 IS BAYTOWN, TEXAS Serving IAY-TEX—Th« GoW«f» Cfrclt of Sonthtost Ttxor Friday, January 27, 1961 TELEPHONE NUMBER: JU 2-8302 Rv» Cents Pw Copy Hopes Taxes Won't Go Up- DISCUSS CANCER THIS PANEL of Baytown doctors answered ^upstions by Baytown women about cancer after an American Cancer Society film, "Time And Two Women," wjis shown at the Brunson 'Theater. The film was sponsored by tho American Cancer Society chapter here. Left to right in the photo are Dr. M. D. Haley. Dr. J. A. Dowlin, Dr. W. T. Jones and Dr. C. L. Liggett, chairman of the Baytown ACS chapter. (Baytown Photos) More Rough Weather Is Moving Into Texas HORC PAYS CITY $502,502 By BLUE BEATHARD Humble Oil and Refining Co. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS - A new storm dropped up to two '•inches of snow on the Texas Pan- jhandle Friday and rapidly fanned :0ut to the east and south. Forecasts called for snow, sleet and freezing drizzle in North Cen- ,-Jral, Northeast and Texas Friday night. Southwest The snow, which followed ai Schools were closed at Mule- •epresentatives Thursday night turned over 5502,502 to the City of iaytown as payment of taxes on the Baytown Refinery, assured the city council that an equal amount vould be forthcoming from the company each year regardless of he outcome of pending annexa- ion legislation, and expressed hopes that the amount of taxes would not be raised 1 for several years. Gordon L. Farned, plants manager at the Baytown Refinery, presented two checks at a special session of the council prior to its regular 7 p.m. meeting Thursday night. One was for 5194,502, the amount the company has been saying annually in past years, arifi the other for $308,000, representing taxes on newly-annexed Humble property, taken into the city limits in late I960. Mayor R. H. (Red) Pruett and City Manager J. B. LeFevre met with Farned at the time of budget hearings last year to arrive at a solution to a large deficit. Agreement was worked out for the cir- to annex a portion of Humble sufficient to meet most of the deficit. At the time of agreement to add more of the Baytown Refinery to the tax rolls. Humble officialr said they would make paymen of the $308,000 increase in January 1961 to help with this budget year Legally, the tax would not be due until next year. "W e hope this will continue to ven if nesv legislation should make it possible. The company would like to en- orse keeping the tax situation in Jay!— '.n such that new industry an be attracted, Barsalou said. Cify Politics Warms Up treacherous ice storm that had battered the state most of the week, measured two inches deep at Hereford and Muleshoe, both southwest of Amarillo. As the snowfall continued the wind picked up around Muleshoe and threatened to build up drifts. Sun Spots Caudit Dies ! r W. L. CAUDLE, 82, of Cedar Bay::,-ou died Friday morning. Funeral .^arrangements will be announced Tby EarihrnarTFuneral Home. Man Acquitted ELZIE FERGUSON charged in Justice of the Peace Walter Queen's court with disturbing the peace, was found not guilty in a • jury trial Thursday. T. D. Me- Mantis was defense attorney. Choir Contort CHANNELVIEW High School will >e host Saturday night to the re.sjic.nal choir concert at S p.m. \n the high school auditorium. Twenty - two schools will participate and registration and prac- ticinp; began at 1 p.m. Friday Admission to the concert is 50 cents, and the conductor will be Dallas Draper, director of choral activities at Louisiana State Uni- vcrsity. COLD DRIZ7LE or occasional rain is expected to begin Saturday with some frcexlng rain likely. Saturday's Tides GALVESTON TIDES Saturday will be high at 12:31 a.m. and 4:0fi p.m. and low at 8:19 a.m. and 9:51 p.m. shoe and Friona. In the Panhandle the snow was generally an inch deep. The State Highway Department said all roads were open but cautioned that roads were slick. A light sleet fell with the snow in the South Plains around Lubbock. IV midday snow fell as far cast as WVhita Falls and ns far south as Midland. At Perryton, which escaped the snow storm early this week, the ground was white with snow and the temperature was 15 degrees. Forecasts called for heavier snow in the area by nightfall and increasing winds that could cause drifting. Dalhart. whose 12 degrees was the lowest temperature in the stale, and Amarillo, had light snows. The mercury dropped to 13 at Amarillo. Freezing drizzle again fell over the South Plains. A light drizzle fell at Brownsville on the Lower Texas coast. The killer storm retained traces of its fury in many sections and f * rt-_._ had contributed to at least 17 Sets Dance dpaths ST. JOSEPH'S Catholic Youth! s now f 0 n j nto the morning in Organization will hold a teenage jt np Panhandle and a light freez- dance from 2 to 6 p.m. Sunday:ing (frizzle dropped over the Peat Sylvan Beach Pavilion. Admis- <x>s Valley. Fog was reported at sion charge will be 51 per pci-son. j El Paso and Wink to the west Boys must wear coats, girls jand in deep South Texas around casual dress. Rod Bernard and his j Laredo and Brownsville, band from Opelousas, La., will Skies were clear to partly coudy provide music. in the southeast and partly cloudy to cloudy elsewhere. Fir* Put Out Forecasts indicated Tcxans in BAYTOWN FIRE Department put *°™ f^ oCf0 Sgh r wea,he f r° r Ike Hall, assistant division head at the refinery, pointed out that Humble receives inquiry at least once a month from industrial customers who are considering locating in the Baytown area and want to know if Humble could supply there has been much talk lately them if they did. For some rea- about the city and the council Ulcill iJL ulcy UlU. JC ui auuie ice*.- am/uL uic ^*iij 0.1 *u u»c wui»\.*i son, however, the companies do attracting new industry. He asked _.i. i—i. , —j . __i..«— what the council can do to at- track industry, and said he would , , not locate here, and a solution should be sought, he said. Councilman Seaborn Cravey said like to have some suggestions. Famed answered: "Locally, I think about the best thing we can do is to keep a healthy tax climate. It will be for the common interest of both the city and industry." Badgett Asks Re-Election Baytown City Councilman Kenneth E. Badgett of District 3 Friday became the first incumbent o file for re-election in the April : city election. Badgett, an employe of Huber Corp., is serving out his first two- year term. He defeated former Corporation Court Judge James eonteno in 1959. The offices of mayor and three! councilmen must be filled in the April election. Besides Badgett's post, voters must also fill District 2 and 5 seats, now held by W. L. (Dub) Ward and Lacy Lusk. Mayor R. H. (Red) Pruett is serving out his fourth terms as a member of the council. He and Councilman Lusk have said they definitely will not seek re-election. The council also set April 29 Councilman Ward has not publicly stated his intentions. Councilman Badgett filed with City Secretary Edna Oliver shortly after the council Thursday night passed an ordinance fixing April 4 as the date for the city elec- as the date for a runoff election if one becomes necessary, and specified Marc!) 14-31 as the absentee voting period. Absentee votes may be cast at the city secretary's of- "ce. Citizens for Good Government, an organization recently formed in Baytown to recruit a slate of can- fice. Installation In Spring 146' Will Get Vapor Lights be the arrangement," Farned said in turning over the payment. "We feel that legislation now pending will have no bearing on the future relationship of the company and the city." Mayor Pruett: discussed the in dustry clause included in one o the proposed state annexation bills. He was on the Texas Munici pal League committee which worked with the state legislative subcommittee on annexation pob- lems in Texas. Reviewing times in the past when Humbic provided money to meet the city budget deficits. Pruett said, "I have never worked with anyone more congenial or nicer than Farned." Joseph R. Barsalou Jr.. assistant plants manager at the Baytown Refinery-, reiterated partially what Farned had said, pointing By JOHX MARSH Mercury vapor lights will be installed on each side of Highway 146 sometime, in the spring after Baytown City Council Thursday- night approved a recommendation to nut the lights on metal standards with overhead wiring at a cost of S6.912 annually. Mayor R. H. (Red) Pruett. City Mana'ger J. B. Le Fevre and E. C. Jack) Kimmons. manager of Houston Lighting and Power Co.'r Baytown office, came up with the -recommendation after studying three proposals. Kimmons said fie could not say when work crews would begin installation. Payment for the lights comes from an annual four per cent franchise payment made to the fit' by HLPCO. All of the city's electrics 1 power is paid with franchise money. Mayor Pruett reminded the council of an agreement to light The suggestion was referred to the advisory board for study. The council also set Feb. 2 as The council approved and ac- the next meeting date instead o- j cepted a report from the insurance Feb. 9 to open bids for the $350,-|eoriiri'.ii'e which raicr. imendcd 000 bond issue approved by Bay-'that the council study each city town voters Sept. 20,1960, to build a new library. policy when it is about to expire to prevent errors. Sen-ing on the committee were -Ciwi'tifc-n Kenneth Badgett and Lusk, Le Fevre, Chandler and (Sec COtJNCIL.J^aRe_2) didates for the mayor-councfl positions, is expected to announce the slate by Monday. The group has held several meetings in the districts where councilmen's terms expire in an effort to sound out the wishes of the people concerning selection of candidates tor the offices to be vacated. Officials of the> organization Friday morning obtained filing forms at city hall for mayor and three councilmen, but gave no hint who would use them or when filing would be done. Council members whose terms do not expire this year are Velma Ansley, District 4; Seaborn Cravey, District 1, and Roy Hughes, District 5. The city charter provides that council candidates must live in the geographical district from which they run, but-they are voted on by all voters. The same does not apply to mayoralty candidates. They may live anywhere in the city. IV »% 1 Itll i Ml I 11. U IH1V4 Ot*l\^, [^i.j-mviJ»t, --•«•...- --- -- -- -•.. 6ut that the company does not in- North Main Street next. Lc Fevre tend to reduce its tax Trinity River in connection with . ' .,- lanOinei round Ul ltlUj,ll Wl-mm out a grease fire in an outdooi ^ wcather mnn predicted barbecue grill near Pauls rood - - Market at 417 E. Texas at 6:45 p.m. Thursday. There was little damage, Fire Marshal T. 11. (Hub) Bounds said. DeMotay Officers few snow flurries or a little freezing drizzle in the east portion of Southwest Texas through Friday. By late Friday forecasts called for occasional freezing rain in the south part of Northwest Texas and snow in- the north portion spread' MP ^|V WIM W *^ • • l*»^i *» I Ol U'" HI I"*.- 1 iV'f '«• fJ<.'< ..-,-.- TRf-CITY Chapter. Order of De-j ing into the extreme west and over vr~i».. ..jii ; n ..*nii ~fr;™iF-c. n* 7 tVin nri^n Widnv niirht. Molay, will install officers at " the area Friday night. pavmenf. isaid there would he enough money 'to pay for Highway 14fi lightinr this year but not enoiXh to lii? nt North Main. i The council authorized La Fevre i to negotiate with Brown and Root in" Gi'lf Bitu'ithic to pour a hot asphalt coating on East Texas Avenue from Seventh to Highway 146 after city crews poured a con- Game Refuge Is Gaining Support Two Houston groups have sent etters to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Galveston. endorsing jui MR- MHH. nvun>m,« .- —-.-proposed wildlife refuge on the'from an old Goose Creek bond is- Good Afternoon • Capt. Henrique Galvao expresses readiness to accept * U.S. Navy escort for the hijacked ship Santa Maria, the Navy announced today. • Living costs edge higher, the 10th rise in 11 month*. • Austin lawmakers adjourn [ fof ]ast chfc ^ nomc before leg- 1 jsiativc session begins in earn| cst jj 01M i a y. crete base on the section. Mayor Pruett explained pay-men) | for the street reconditioning came j lo sue which still had some money the planned Wallisville salt water thai had not been spent, barrier and reservoir. Councilmrn \V. L. (Dubi ward The Outdoor Nature Club of jand Seaborn Cravey were ap- iiouston and the. Texas Conservation Council have eait- -.-;ked that • Seven nations ask U. >".. Security Council to examine alarming recent developments in Congo. Weary searchers continue for slight farm boy _....„ in San Marcos Mnce Tuesday. ana S>cauorn v-ravey «en.- «i'- pointed by Mayor Pruett to wor' with the Library Advisory Board j be-, Le to improve communication tweon the council and board Fevre and City Atty. C.con*<> Chandler have also been appointed to] sit in on board meetings. i Councilman Lacy Lusk asked 1 .me: muuiv, i\iii ju^uiu vjiin_ui o tn « "" ...v... - . .. r~ p.m. 'Saturday in the Goose Creek There also was a possibility ot Masonic Lodge hall on Texas Avo- free/ing ram spreading into the nue. Ronnie Arcenaux will be in- extreme west portion ol Norm stalled as senior councilor; Teddy i Central Texas by late Friday I Davis master c o u n c i 1 o r, and A long range forecast called for Charles Dippel. junior councilor, j temperatures throughout Nortn Texas to average from 10 to V.i GEORGE SCOTT one of his young wonders friends, hom Charge Notice AFTER FRIDAY, there will be at Lee College. Last date for reg- wnj . [istcring for the parents' child psychology course to be initiated in ] decrees below normal until the th toll al.rib- their statements be included as part of the record of a public hearing held Dec. 15 in Liberty. Expressing sympathy for the homeowners and other landowners who would be affected by the gov- v.v.i-.v —.• eminent purchase of an additional j the council to consider the nar 6700 acres for the refuge.the Con-j Ross Sterling Library as a possi- (Sep KKFIT.E, Page 2) We name tor the public lihrav Quiet, Warm Reception Greets Two U.S. Fliers WASHINGTON (AP)— The two] Freeman B. Olmstead. 25. landed j ., freed RB-17 fliers today returned;at U•.:•>$ a.m. EST ai Andrews Air , for a few days after mid-term rollege exams, dropped by ... . Jones worries about a shipment hasn't called or I. M. (Deacon) the spring semester is Feb. li. Channelview Dance CREATIONS by Mny of Houston will be modeled as one of the fea . . o «„„• hsu-men nf ruin tures at a hoe-down dance for ronto lo Havtown ixtmjso oi o<iu ./s,., », \, , tome 10 L>.IVUI 11 "v ^ i^pfjj O f tnf , 1%; N PW March weather. , Dime c at Y-30 p m. Saturday \\* f TVifunn^on firoi)^ nV t O I./M i n. • «•» *, *n* |^.»«». • *> •..• deliver a ete^ concerning' ac-U't the American Legion building tivilies of Lakrwood dog poison- m Channclview. Harry Masscy delivers rapiclly Thursday. • A gray - haired spinister pyid mother of two children are n'rested in Fairmont, W. Va., for embezzling $224,224 from town's only bank. • Concern is expressed In England over rising murder toll now at one-a-day, twice last year's average. • Five - man junta in El Salvador pledges "authentic democracy" and to respect treaty obligations. • North Katanga clash dangers increase as supporters of ex-Premier Patrice Lumumba bnilil forces. SAX PLAYER SANDERS AND DIRECTOR FORQfE REL Senior Makes All-State Band Robert E Lee senior Billy San-j best musicians to compete in dis- ders will be in Dallas Feb. 9-11 to'trict competition. Billy was a win- play in the all-state band. • ner in the district meet in Decetn- 25312 Qualified Voters hi Area For Bond Batof There are 25,512 qualified voters in the IS Baytown area voting precincts who may vote in the county stadium bond issue election Tuesday, Jan. 31, if they own property that is on the tax rolls. This is the number of persons who paid their poll tax or received an exemption in 1960. Last year's poll taxes remain in effect until Jan. 31, 1961, the day of the election. Persons who have lost or thrown their old poll tax away may still vote by signing a form at the polls. Listed below are the Baytown area precincts, their locations jand the number of persons who paid their poll taxes in 1960: Precinct 12 — Alamo Elementary, 2,015 voters. Precinct 13 — Burnet Elementary. 1 ,317. Precinct 88 — La Porte High Gym, 3,293. Precinct 96 — Highlands Elementary. 1,870. Precinct 97 — Crosby High gym, 1.100. Precinct 99 — Thad Felton's. meeting at the University of Houston. U'ilkcnfeld Far- Precinct 100 nitui-f. 1.813. i Precinct 101 — Firemen's Rec- His alto saxophone playing there : |lratK}n Hall. l.SOti. Precinct 102 — Humble Cotn- ,o America and a quiot bu, hear,-|F,,n; B-e. Md, after a seven- warming reception l L tmf in.nii. •*•••••'* ..--•-, -- -, from Presi-i month ordeal of imprisonment by • Ixiatian government admits eriert "wolf" in protesting to Southeast Asia Treaty Or- Riini/.ation ami I'. S. Communist Invasion, was to show western support of I.oatian (jovernent. selected." said Charles Forque, REL band director. Competition for the all - state band begins in the local high' ...... ... . schools where directors pick their won him the right to continue to _ — tnp are;l competition m Lufkm, ( v H No ._, j 032 . and there he won a place in the - . all-state band. In Dallas, the all-! Precinct 103 - Austin Elcmcn- statc group will rehearse three Jury, Sri. davs and then present a cone, n : Precinct 141 — Channelview Ele- SaUirday night. Feb. 11. in the ; mentary. 1.349. Tillery Head Of Merchants Dallas Civie Center. Burglars Foiled By Tear Gas Device j a welcome message about a lost topcoat . • • Tom Cranford checks up on some clocks that needed j fixing. Mother Dies „ ( T\VO BA\TO\W men. J. \V. Hoff- i poim( ] sa f c pauir and D. S. Hoffpauir. ai-oUu. ... dent Kennedy and their families.; the Soviets. Cants. John R. McKone, L'S. ami: An icy wind blow sharp g]ists ] —• " ! and the thermometer hovered at i ''JO di^^i'fs as the fliers stepped 5 .., . . . > '" ^^Ti^'t'SlMrs. Ktr^atnck .here since yesterday to meiH Safe burglars, believed to br';7:.TO a.m. Friday when he "P^^j^nt^Mr^uid"^ professionals were foiled Thurs-.the store. ,u -o'lmste.id' of Elmira " N.Y.. andi T , . dnv niuht bv a tear gas safety do-. LI. Tlimer sa.d the way- the- '»"•" <_' • sistcr-ip. Funeral sen-ices for Mrs. Frei- vise but still got away with OTV burglars operated indicated the; j | ' ,' »™>»^ C ^tOlni'.'na Ann Kirkpa.nek. 6:-. of — cash and did another S300 dam- ; were professionals. st,-id ' CV d.. lr P,n\ou Road, will lv age at O'Brien's Food Market at j / ^ ii " 2100 N. Main. Tlie burglars heaved tho Charles !.. Tillery, I'.avioun playing th . ,\n "A" student and president of j n ,,,,, tn ,.v the REL Rind. Billy has becn p r ecinci M9 - San Jacinto Ele, .-.01 Sears manager the' fifth grade. He is a . since he was m Prccinct m5 - Travis Elemcn- member lai >- ; j r n «^ w •!••••Dies At Age 65 br-eii re-elect;is cluiir- O f the National Honor Society and man of the Retail Merchants wa!S a student conductor as a ICommittcc of Ri>t"\Mt Clumber sophomore. iof Commerce. Billy's parents are Mr. ami Mrs i Robert (I. illol" Femlvix "ill Roy W. Sanders of 41S Willow 'serve another term ;is vi<v chair-'LnrK>. His father is a supeiviso'- iman and Jim r.»<n>,' 'is sot-re- at Cclan-so Corp on Battle Bell tnrv. Feinherc is owner of House p v() ;i ( i. Hillv is known lo many P t- c c i n c t '2 •iew Hiah. 1.503. Precinct 24S - i — Channel- Carver Hiji. Precinct 2-49 — Bowie Eiernen- 1 *' v " 1 1 i, 250 — Harlem of Fashion and Hf staff meuilwr. Tillery u;is citr W2 : thc mi ichatiis L;I'> hcld'.iOR) nn iiiustMiiiin (1 ! is a Sun aitmi P:i' T.'ni.-Mi-i for his playing .''t •numerous mectinijs. banquets am' churches. tary, 1..S11 Precinct jr.cnt^vy. i ' .-'1 n\ ' tot. Drew Hish (Cros- , sct in concrete sports election ers works on hospital. Sammy McPhail names to spell bond Chester Rog"pact" with a . e veeetable cooler .n (V : -anp- to attend the funeral ! rra rkinp the concrete i of their mother, Mrs. Silas Hof!-| sn f 0 itself. A vial of who died Wednesday morn- oiokcand and hc-jan | from the i tear i;ns. : T D , rrnchu i.J VJI/J u u T J Held T0(ldy Suroery Postponed FREDDIE EUGENE DICK. ?.-! and other valuables. has lots of'year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. T. j The hursrlars entered th Lucille Me- ]J. Dick. 51.") E. Adouejs stil^ in jhy drilling holes in the roof v.ith names to spell . . ' .f" 1 ' 0 ,.;, ,: 'shrinrr's Crippled Children : s Hos- brace and hit'and knocking o.,t ''""''* ";'•" ;' ri '""'" """" Manus comes down wUh the ^ Sm ^ ^ has been several^.rds I^ice Lt. K. H & 1. ^^osh rv ot the Mr rortv i-u-erc'("hapcl and at 11:.".n a.m. at St.;on Iflftl's new Christinas ^ert Air Force Chief of Staff Joseph's Catholic Church. jtions. the tivv-t eiao-ua Ilicn Tho-r,as D. White and Kich A resident of the Rnytown area ;d,.spla>e,l in j,-ml H Davis, deputy assistant' 1 ,/ \ca-s, Mrs. Kir';natnck died' ,,-'.,, isccii-iary oi stale for European ,;it V: Ti am Thursday. ^ !,..,''' '!.', : . •osby': Prrsiiicnt Kennedy, who an . . .. p.m. inounc^l 'he fliers' release dr: a IViytown hos]iital. inyitioaliy two da>s aeo. flew oi; held at '2 p.m. Friday at 'the l.'i niiles fr>m the White llous' s)n ,, ( .' Paul U. Lee Funeral Home. jjo Andrew Air Force K.se t A native of Chechoslovakia Ko-,..]-,\! the homi comers. He wen niinek was a retired fanner Rev |,\- h--ii< i'"' 1 '' And. as usual h ^ ' : "Sr.rt's^oTSiSe^rr ^,,^,jx^e %&$%* ^^ •-, over^ duties -^all^thc men r^po ^.^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ft ^,_ s Rum , w , s ,„ Holland are fast on a scene . . . mR made. | S ^ P C-'lari took SSOO left i-i Kommek is survived by his wi-i L. E. Pennington has a happy i - - — i " Ir grin after it's all over Fire M'd-Tenn Grod First '\vnre no iiat on the field despite the chill. McKone was the fiist down the r;.;li:i of the Constellation piano wh'eh carried the fliers on the •iate ••'!(,, the funeral services, and burial ' N ' Ir U< ill be in Siin Jacinto Memorial iPa'-k O'tneteiy. Siir\i\or< are her husband. Frank F. Kirkpatrick of Baytown; three daughters. Mrs, T. \V. Loch• rid-.v Sr. and Mrs. J. E. Camr.- Vsell, Ix^.li of Baytown, and Mrs. V. L proniiit'ii-nal couinnttct alsii be appointed. A S~>0 ccinti-'hution t<'> tiv town Police- A«sn Teen-Agers To Wage March Of D'mes Drive Havtimn teen - IOTS Saturday; lion are JU 2-SS1 or JU 2-9313. wi!! "do tlvir pn-t for t ! v !0:U: Ch.irles Dippd 's .-hnirn:.-! ol •••(-KV M-u'ch of Pi'in-s ":h a M - the Teens A','Hin>' Polio i!i -ay- firs of fui),vr,nMiv.; e\>"v>s. town and Francis Sweeney u eo- ', Final plans for the activities chairman. ; wore marie at -1 p.m. Friday at : 'the Cha;nb< r of Commerce build.;-,_ in a intvtins of M interested Ba\was xot-d by' The mir^iars IOOK .yxm u'u r ..-,.,......... .... .... c-ish registers at the front of the!''o\v. Mrs. Man- Kommek of C.ros-,, s( ](l , of , !l( , ir ,,,p fl , >;n ( ;<x.s store ami damaged one cash reg-jby; one son. Allxrt Kommek _™! H ., y j„.',hrador, to Andrews Field. , , , MC v xv Nnw-nn iii •». r, - istrT Repair cost of the register i Crosby; four daughters. Mrs. T. ,-.',... ..,....., .,.,.„ ,,,.,„ t plains how to Niild a tmek ...Innd Mrs. -V V • ,' N(W •'"",',' "i .,.-;, ,i .,, jiTiA ! B. Roos oi Dallas. Mrs. E. R. Odis Muennink in jest tries toj.Taek, w a• m«»-»™ ^~ e ^1"™,^ ,he tnird time burglars!Parks of Pasndrna: Mrs. C. W. start a rumor about a fit", iHg"" "««««> ^ved i b-> have attempted to rob O'Brirn' ;V,ck of Highland, and Mrs. H son . .To*> RarsaloH and Ike Hiintsviiie. nr iivnvm .. ...... \ison They \\ere - . . ,,„,. as h.iviiii; givm off-;lut\ Oliwlson of Columbia. South u 0 ,, r «; j n nssisting Baytiwn busi- Amei'i.-.i; two brothers, John Eve- j!>tssl ,,,, n the ^I'.'Ujv it was pree atior. 'or tin Ixiytown pohc' m;;s shopping •ited mail" in a;v job done bv r> -siiics .1 bucki't nricadf, oilv ei- ,iowntc,wn activities will inchid- :\ tricycif drag r.ioe .'»nd a hi- ilurmg the Christ-; cycle versus f<»l ra<v. Radio Station KWF.A will also broadcast on-the-spot periodical!:. itV'ii'-' 1 !'';]! the day and will P»> records dedications trom 9 am I I .1.^11 I ( tii.-'i' i .T »• v •••• • •• • ; ' . hHrfTH r9 (Art l >'l*Jtetau;«"«- TERRY WrNOVVLIN son of Mr.!More ,nd damaged one cash reg. |by; one son. Albert ; how'to h»ild a tmek .. . I and Mrs. S. «; Nojj-bn _of ; 41U E 'is, include the Minns to the S:,n JiH-into Dav. Ap-.'il -will i-ost Hall ti worth. « «— ic* Houston; and 1'2 lo and I/iuis F.vclo. both of Ho:is ton: three sistoi.«. Mrs. C,. \V MeKone wluied then shook 1 -Ovens and Mrs. E. N. MeOair. Kennedy's hand. i'^'h of Houston, nnrt Mrs. Clyde M^r'H/IS^nV^Lirl;;;,!;-;;;^.,!: 0 ^ £f : *r;™. NOV. r, ^ c^istmas, r,, • the President's hand. too.'grandchild. -'• Bavlewn • "id ;WTIT set. and f,(lll)\\ ltV_" '•?!: !ndr-pe I..-'N:r Dav holulavs for 1%1 to :-. p.m. in return for ontrib:! Sc;,t D;iy July ! 'Tiv inks- March of Dimes. It cents fii doxicate a rcconi. and the n,»ney will K- •iiek.-d' nn hy teen-agers partici- tvititv; in tlie drive. TV num- b.-rs to call to make H dedica- ¥ Time Is Running Out! Pay Your POLL TAX Before Tuesday Jan. 31.
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