The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on February 28, 1966 · Page 2
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Baytown, Texas
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9bt 9*#ttnm *«• Monday, February 28. 1966 Noon Call Stock Quotes js^ (Courtesy oi Dempsey-Tegeler & Co., Inc.) 37% 22»4 60 91 64% AUis-Cnalmers .. Artan's Dept Store Am Tel & Tel Anaconda • Armco .... Ashlanti Oil ...... Bendix Beth Steel Carrier Corp Celanese .» Chrysler Delta Air Diamond Alk 3S?i Douglas Aircraft ......102 77% 56*4 Shell .. Sinclair 58% 59% Socony 88 Sperry-Rand 21 Stan Cal 75% Stais fr^A 44% Stan N J 76*4.. Union Oil of Cal 55U Stan Ohio 6*^» Stauffer Chem 51& Sun OU "2 Mossier— (Continued From Page 1) In its opening statement, the state said it would offer evi- ience that Powers once quar- .-eled with his uncle and threatened, "You will regret this to he longest day of your life." Circuit Judge George Schulz rjarred this testimony because jf the manner in which it was >biained. i Thereafter, the state contented itself with a witness who testified Powers told him he loved SUN SPOTS Symex -^l^ _ Technicolor 16H Dow Chen-. 73^iTenn Gas .....23% ijresser Ind 36?ijTexaco 78% DuPont 222 El Paso Nat Gas 20 Texas Eastern 202i Texas Gulf Sul 127% Ethyl Corp - 35% Tidewater 47% -»•* j. T^ii T Tnirin (~V>Y~mfle> „._._....»... CO <£ Ford oo^sjUnion Foremost Dairies 25*4 j Union Oil of Cal Gen Elec • ...UO J .a{United Air Lines Ger. Motors 99?41 Upjohn Drug Gen Tel & Elec 44%'"" 55% 52 Gen Tire 35 Georgia Pacific Gillette Gordon's Jewelry Grevhound Gulf Oil Gulf States Util .. Halliburton Hoffman Electr . Ho L&P Interlakft Steel .. IBM Jones & Laugh 56 Kerr-McGee LIng-Temco-Vought Magnavox \J~. S. Steel 50%. ,Western Equities 58% „ \Vestinghouse 63*4 35%, Xerox 234% 25% 39% I Hospital Admitted to Gulf Coast: Donald Ray Welch, son of Mr. his aunt and her.*' There was even kill for state testimony ?.lso from an employe of Powers that the defendant repeatedly plunged a knife into a desk top ind said in reference to his uncle that "if I had my way, and nobody would find out, I'd take (Continued From Page 1) Saturday's Rain TOTAL OF 1.7 inch of rain was recorded Saturday in the Harris County Mosquito Control Dis- itrict gauge on North Alexander 3rive. That made a total of 6.4 inches for February. Buccaneer Bz-nd CARVER HIGH School's Buccaneer Band took first division awards in both concert and sight reading Saturday in the Region 5 Texas Inter-scholastic League band contest held at Texas Southern University in Houston. The Buccaneer Band previously had won a first division award in marching this year, making that knife and jug (stab) and jug and jug him until he was dead." The state also oromised to oroduce testimony that Mrs. Mossier originally blamed her husband's slaying on robbers "then changed her plan and set out to destroy her husband's reputation by accusing him of being a homosexual in order to cover up for herself and her nephew Powers." No direct testimony was produced by the state of any robbery story related by Mrs. Mossier, The defense also failed to back up some of its promises, notably one by Powers' attor- Oi at Dairy 55 land Mrs. L. C. Welch Jr. High-| nev> p erc y Foreman, who said """ jat the trail's opening that the evidence \vould show "there is no fetish in psychopathic sexu- *«n 208. Edward Tucker, son of Mr. Nat Dist .......... . ....... 33?ijand Mrs. Billy Tucker, 108 E. New York Central ......... 85% j Cleveland, Room 131. PennRR Pepsi Cola ... Philips Pet .. RCA Raytheon Schlumberger Sears ality that Jacques Mossier did 77 58% Gary Walker son of Mr. and I not indulge in. He liked to pick - - - - up strangers who were responsive to his sexual deviations." j Mrs. T. C. Walker, 1016 Park- Rites Held For Mrs. Eliza Bays Funeral services for Mrs Eliza Jane Bays, 69. of 1202 j Strickland, were to be held at.-*'3 p.m. Monday at Earthman Chapel with the Rev. Louis Gant, St. John's Methodist Church pastor, officiating. A Baytown resident for 50 years; Mrs. Bays died at 11:40 p.m. "Saturday at her home. She i s survived by two daughters, Mrs. R. L- Bull of Baytown and Mrs. Joe Donnelly of Nederland; two sons, Chester way, Room 207. John Bowers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Bowers, Channelview, Room 200. Susan Roeder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Roeder, Crosby Room 213. Mrs. Mary Jo Cagle, 710 Denby, Room 101. Mrs. Willie Wilkes, 5106 Interlachen, Room 203. Mrs. Anna Pyle, 1305 Monroe, Room 204. Mrs. Evelyn Blanscett, 2106 Room 10L Mossier could have been slair jy a comrade in an underworld of sexual perversion. A Mossier employe did testify that he shared an apartment with the victim briefly, but added that neither he nor Mossier were sexually abnormal. Ray Woods, 104 John A, Room 120. Samuel Blak^ney, 1707 McFarland, Room 120. Mrs. Betty Maxwell, La Porte, Room 107. Elmer Duncan, Highlands, Room 129. Alvin Hudec, Baytown, Room 118. Mrs. Mary Nell Williams, 12215 Pleasant, Room 132. and J- D- Bays, both of Bay- John Boutin, 2109 Alabama, town. Also surviving are eight | Room U g. grandchildren and 10 great- j Gary Glen Strange, son of Mr. grandchildren. land Mrs. William C. Strange, Burial was to be in Memory j 214 E. Sterling, Gardens. 1 J;Irs - Ga - Room 202. Mrs. Thomas A. Pinson, Cros- bv, Room 103. "Mrs. Edith Woods, 711 Little- ' Mrs. Gary Troxell, Baytown, Rent A Car Service As Low As $5.00 Per Day Call 582-8186 THAD FELTON BRUNSON STARTS FRIDAY wood, Room 220. Mrs. Fay Eckhoff, Ala-, Room 124. The defense theme is that it a sweepstakes winner. Pack 93 Banquet CUB SCOUT Pack 93 blue and Altar Society ST. JOSEPH'S Altar Society will meet at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday in the rectory. Station Burglary ED PARISH'S Texaco service station at Spur 201 and Missouri Street was burglarized between 6 p.m. Thursday and 7 a.m. Friday. A total of 5250 in credit cards and $75.50 in cash was taken. Baytown Police are investigating. Spark PJugs Gone PATSY LTTTLEPAGE of 121i Park has reported the theft of all eight spark plugs from her car sometime between 9:38 p.m. Friday and Saturday morning while the car was parked at her apartment. Fire Stolen gold banquet will be held at 7 BAYTOWN POLICE are inves- p.m. Monday at Cedar Bayou Church fellow-ship hall. j Arrest Saturday HENRY TORRES. 21, of Baytown was arrested by a Harris County Deputy Sheriff Saturday night on a charge of contributing to the delinquency of minors. It was in connection with his allegedly giving beer to underage boys. Hit-And-Run BAYTOWN Patrolman James Lankford is investigating a hit- and-run accident that happened about 10:05 p.m. Sunday at Lee agating the theft of a spare tire from a mount under a pickup truck owned by Carl D. Langston of 319 Gresham. The theft happened between 7 p.m. Saturday and 12:4Q a.m. Sunday while the vehicle was parked at the Gresham address. Coin Club BAYSHORE COIN Club will meet at 7 p.m. Monday at Sterling Municipal Library. The public is invited to attend. Motors Ste'en TWO OUTBOARD motors owned by Charles Anderson of 604 Park Drive and 'Highway "146. A "were stolen sometime between Hill- (Continued From Page 1) "Doc," as he was affectionately known to his man> ^ friends, probably was as wide- ^"^ ly known as any Baytown citizen, having dispensed drugs at one of the city's oldest establishments for many years. An avid football fan. Doc wasjj a permanent fixture in then stands at Memorial Stadium &'• \i every Gander game for years | a until failing health kept him atjS home, especially if the weather j| happened to be rough. He also] made most of the out-of-town j! trips with the Ganders. Win ori] lose, he was always one of the; ] team's strongest boosters. Doc underwent extensive ab-j] dominal surgery about two years!I ago and despite his advancing!I years he made a relatively \ quick recovery, He often said:! his health was better after the;] a long time. ! He was also a dedicated fisherman and was devoted to his work in the Knights of Pythias operations that it had been for Lodge, making frequent trips to visit other lodges with some of his favorite friends, including Tom Heflin, Bert Allman. Tom Cranford and C. R. (Chris); Myers. i Doc enjoyed telling of his many fishing expeditions with Chris, his friend of long standing. Few people enjoyed catching fish as much as Doc did.; and he made it a point to ques- I tion other fishermen about thej best fishing spots. Doc took great pride in the .urive ana ±iignway .wo. t\ v» C ic 3iu«=u WIK.-UII»; uviv....... -- - - troanr'Qnns horse and a car collided and 6 p.m. Saturday and noon Sun-1achievements o, h^granc.sons the horse ran. It was a small,]day from boats in his yard. brown and white animal, he j Valued at a total of $70, one said. I was a boat motor. Scientist— (Continued From Page 1) vents on the R-f Factor of Nucleic Bases," by Annette Maroney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Maroney, 5101 Interlachen Drive. Junior High winners: Biological science, first place. Biologicaj btuay at W«A. w "Optical Illusions." John P. Thompson, son of Mr -\ * V • -• H oDkins: Crash— (Continued From Pa^e 1) McDonnell in the two-place T3S jets for work with factory technicians in preparation for Gemini flights. A formal statement from Dr. imv __ _ _ Robert R. Gilruth, director of Harrington, "daughter of Mr. andj the space center, announced -- ' the deaths of the astronauts. "My deepest sympathies go Scott Leach; second place, "Dreams." by Casandre Tornlin- son and Kay Cain; third place. "Ink Blots and Grades," by Sheryl Gilbert and Sharon Arsement. Math group winners, first place, "Diamonds," by Patricia JSammons and Karen Wood: see- not resist telling their orowess on the football field. ; He was an eye\vitness to,j much of the history of this area;! and could have written an in--I teresting book about it — from:! the raucous oil boom days of:I the Goose Creek and Barbers:! Kill fields to the battle overj consolidation of the Tri-Oties. Funeral Notices BAYS thonv Nunos; honorable men- Mrs. Glenn Harrington, Main, Highlands out to their families," and "Intelli- £ by Shirlie Burner. said. "Both of these men were f:n e persons and excellent professional test pilots. We will, miss them more than I can say. "At this time we have notified the families but we know very little of the details of the accident." Fellow astronauts went to each home to advise the wives of the accident. Both wives were at their homes near the space center. The backup crew for Gemini Mobile, q j s A j r p orce Lt. Col. Thomas Gilruth g!^L 0 daughter 6 'of Mr. and! Earth science group winner?. f-s: UNITED ARTISTS ass CABTOON £ NEWS PORT NOW SHOWING 3 More Funny Days COLDS by DE LUXE CJHEMASCOPS Mrs- Mary Rose Myers, 2005 Maryland, Room 122. San Jacinto Methodist: Mrs. Dewey K. Keene, 402 Live Oak, Room 213. Thea Costa King, 2401 Alexander, Room 205. Louis West, 2400 Dorris, Room 21S. Mrs. Nora Cryor, 407 N. Jones, Room 330. Ronald R. Poteet, Huffman, •Room 331. Mrs. R. R. Bains Jr., 2005 jBritton, Room 314. Carl M. Allen, 407 E. Pearce, iRoom 202. Roy Edward Selensky, Cros- iby. Room 318. j Wayne E. Dawson, 1228 Ger- !ber. Room 324. Clifton English, Carthage, jRoom 324. : Allen Brent Cosio, 229 E. Sch- jreck. Room 200. I Mrs. Robert D. Cryer, 3311Vi j Michigan, Room 249. j New Arrivals: I Mr. and Mrs. Ocie Lee Woods. !1S Nazro. son, born Feb. 25 at i Gulf Coast. | Rev. and Mrs. T. R- Broad- Iway, Channelview, a daughter I born Feb. 26 at Sa n Jacinto. to three-day rendezvous in space and a docking mission in ipace. i The job of a backup crew i s | place, tc train simultaneously so as to be prepared to take over should the primary crew be prevented from making a flight.- Stafford was the pilot on the historic Gemini 6 | gram. Highlands, a son Feb. 28 at San Jacinto. born Decker DRIVE IN THEATRE -TQHIGHT- Billfold Found ;A BILLFOLD with papers indicating the owner as Nyoka Rose Brady have been found. It can be claimed at the Baytown Police Staiion by the owner. AVOID THE RUSH! HAVE YOUR CAR INSPECTED NOW DOUBLE FEATURE- Thwe'si lot tc do In BAYTOWN If jon'm newly trrntd, for th» Mfftxi xhcnn, th* bat pf«c« to t»t • wt*k-«ad mart, your church M- sjm4f«cu«, to shop or p*rti*p« t •pertinent.... rM4 th» L K. Brough, 204 Pleasant Ave. Phvsical science, first place, (son place, by Johnnie Nieto, Glen i "She' is survived by two daughters. Mrs. !R~ L Bui! of Boy-town and Mrs. Joe | Don, e,v of JOnnme ixieiu, vjn--" """rj Burial wos to tie in and Louis Araujo; second | Po;b»rers ^wer^ N^W Byron" Tate; second place, "The ! place, "Sand," by Sheila Dun- i i_ scoti" ana Tom > Movement of Ions in Gels Liese-j j ap and Beverly Burnside; third gang Rings," by Barry Brun -| pl a ce "Stars," by Ann Dorn and son, son of Mr. and Mrs. John,' in M «r,orv Gardens, j I Norman and ve.-non;| end Paul Uemrrton. A-il Branson Jr., 2006 Montana; Rita Pierce. !ot; and Navy Lt. Cmdr. Eugene A. Ceman, the pilot. The Gemini 9 flight is a two- third place, "Relative Densities and Specific Gravities of Liquids and Solids," by Janet Kay Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. B Lee, 101 Brownwood Drive. Math, first place, "Probability and Chance," by Bobby Kinsey. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kin- sev, 805 Rosewood; second place. "Mathematics in Braids," by Lynnette Ann Goudeau, tfer of Mr. and Mrs. Bur- Junior High physical science group winners, first place, "Automatic Cleaning Shotgun Shell," by David O'Banion and Robert Hubbard; second place, "Electronics Classroom" by Edwin Sheffield and Timothy Swick; third place, "Solar Furnace" by Jerold Clawson and Larrv Macon; honorable mention," "Radio Control," by Keith "Binary , 2323 Isabell; third j Watson and Larry Gregg. Counter," by Hal Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Richard, 7723 Richard. Biological science, group winners first place, "Possibilities mstonc uenrna o renders | of Alga,,A, ft.£*odorthe Fu mission with Navy Capt. Wai- fare." by Roger Marine ana Gunn— (Continued From Page 1) Baytown school system, has lived here 36 years. He began; rector. his teaching tor in chemistry. ter M. Schirra Jr. last Dec. 15. Gemini 6 rendezvoused in space with Gemini 7. The deaths of Se e and Bassett cut the U.S. space team to 31 astronauts, including five scientists who were added to the Jraining program last year. See and Bassett became the second and third astronauts to be killed since the manned space program began in 1959 with the selection of seven Mercury astronauts. Air Force Capt. Theodore C. Freeman, 34. a member of the 1S63 selectees, was killed Oct. 31, 1964, when a goose struck the windshield of his T38 as he was landing at Ellington Air Force Base after a routine training flight. Navy Lt. Cmdr. Eugene A. ^ Cernan, backup pilot for Gemini. |i )0 ard of stewards and teaching is the husband of former Bay-! a men's class in the church Fanastiel" (Continued From Page 1) j He is a member of the Texas i Funeral services for Hubert (Doc) Hill. 30 well-Known cmormacist, were held i at 1:30 p.m. Monday at Earthman ;| Hill died ot 1 a.m. Sunday in o hos-jl oita hers. He lived here for 49 years, j I A resident of 30" W. ReoubHc, he wasjj employed ot Herring's Drug Store. !| Survivors are TITS widow, Ms. Marie;I Hill of Baytown; two sons. Robert Hilljl Jr of Baytown and Dr. James E. Hilljl of Jackson, !_a.; three grandson. Rob-11 ert Hill 111. Arthur HIH and Joel Hill, all j I of Saytown. 11 The Rev Edwin Simmers, pastor of: I Grace Methodist Church, officiated in j I funeral rites. Burial was in Cedcr Crest | Cemetery. ! Hill was a member of the Knights of: No. 1192. He was o native of Wellborne.: Tex. i. Pallbearers were Tom A. Heflin, W. I B Allman. Charles Williams. T. F. Cron-il ford, C. N. Cook end C. R. Myers. Hon- i orary pallbearers were Blair Marvi. Gert : Grimes, George Lloyd. Wayne Gray,;! Bill RoarK. Garrett Herring.'Ed Cleve-, I land, Tom Cleveland, Clyde Collier, Dr. 11 Herbert H. Duke and D. Lynn Hodges. II ~i| Society of Professional Engi-1 neers, N ? ational Society of Pro- j fessional Engineers and a char-j ter member of the Baytown Chapter, TSPE, which he has served in various capacities, in- •jludin? chairman and state di- the nub'k ' Fanestiel has been a member uia Lt*.^iuiih "• n*- ^^ i T^noi • schools and taught at Le e Coi-iof Masonic .^odge No. 11921 in in 1942. He was an instruc- i !la\to\vn for 2o years and is member of the Rice Univer- . He began working at Hum- -ily Alumni Association. ble's Baytown Refiner>- during His hobbies are metal working World War n. Classified as f I 3 nd wood working. He has corn- research specialist, he now has responsibilities with ER&E for instrumental methods of analy- :--is, including spectrographic, X- •"3V and neutron activation tech^ .iiques. Gunn is a member of Grace Methodist Church, currently serving as secretary of the piete shop facilities. Last weekend, he served as a judge for ihe science fair at Robert E. Lee High School. Fanestil lives with his wife, Georgia at 130S Cedar Bayou tonian Barbara Atchley. school. He is a member of the Bay- 'nwn Lions Club, the American George' Chemical Society and the So- annual I '•''>' of A PP lied Spectroscopy. ! --• — in a current PTA Council SUPT. OF SCHOOLS Gentry will give an school progress report during a! His namc appears .__ .- c ^1... -i-t . t~i!^_- \ vfilnmp nf Amen meeting of the Baytown Cityj volume of "American Men of Council of Parent-Teacher As-! Sc j, ence -" sociations, scheduled at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday in the Sterling Municipal Library auditorium. Gunn received a bachelor of arts degree in chemistry from the University of Texas in 1930 and a master of arts in psychol- Lucky Shopper osy. also from the University of MRS. I. L. COOK of 2714 Me- Texas, in 1935. Kinney Road is th e Lucky Mon-| He lives with his wife at 701 ceived $10 in merchandise from | Lindenwood Drive. They have a day Morning Shopper. She re- j son. PvObert L. Gunn of Dallas, participating merchants in thda commercial pilot for Braniff 'veekly contest in Baytown. 'two grandchildren. ALL YOU CAN EAT TUESDAY - 5:00 P.M. UNTIL 9:00 P.M. ITALIAN SPAGHETTI WITH MEAT SAUCE CHICKEN 'N DUMPLINS •AR1-9 LINK SAUSAGES SERVED WITH GREEN SALAD—TOASTED FRENCH BREAD Frontier Barbecue 1007 N. MAIN 583-9772 "I have lived here all these years and feel the need to make som e contribution to the com- Russian Space Probes Hearing Venus intercept MOSCOW (AP) — Two Soviet space probes are supposed to bej nearing Venus. Tile first mayil pass the cloud-draped planet j] within the next few days, per-| haps Tuesday. The second, launched into an crrbit around the sun four days after the first, is due near Venus about Saturday. The Soviets have made no official announcements on the progress of the two Venus probes since Dec. 24 when they were about a third of the way to Venus. But Mstislav Keldysh, president of the Soviet Academy of Sciences, told a new s conference Feb. 10 that both satellites | due near Venus about munity," he said. j March 1. He said radio commu- ' "I think this is every man'sInication with both probes was; I I ARMOUR STAR responsibility, and I would like tc be of whatever service I car. "I feel I can make a contribution, and certainly during the next few years, there are going to b e some tremendous continuing. Venus 2 and Venus 3 were;I launched last Nov. 12 and Nov.;! 16 in an effort "to add to ourjj knowledge and obtain additional \ information about Venus andil changes, growth and potential|outer space," according to aj] problems asociated with thejbrief. vague official announce-jj city administration." Iment. j| Fainnont Park AN ESTABLISHED COMMUNITY 2 MILES WEST OF LA PORTE ON SPENCER HWY. GOOD DESIGN plus GOOD CONSTRUCTION plus GOOD PROPERTY STANDARDS equal "GOOD VALUES" V.A. — F.H.A. -- Conventional HOMES FROM $15,000.00 to $35,000.00 BACON Sliced 12 Ox. Pkg. 69 Ground Beef 39 LOIN STEAKS':! ^ 89c T-BONE STEAKS B rl ^ 98c SHORT RIBS B !! { 4 u... CRISP LETTUCE APPLES 4 WALDORF TOILET TISSUE 4 Roll Pkgs. '1.19 MARYLAND CLUB INSTANT COFFEE ^^ MAISOX'S ROYAL BLACK PEPPER ^c»» 29c SLOPPY JOE Morton. Hoxise Can 49C HBB1"S YEUMW CULSG PEACHES 2 £L 49e BROWN BEAUTY BEANS 2 "• LTBByS CUT GREEN BEANS 5 SL'lJ ALMA NEW POTATOES 2 SL 29c KRAFT'S FRENCH DRESSING 8^Bott te KRAFT'S A5EERICAN OR PIMENTO SLICED CHEESE ^ Cans 49c HlH WCS a merrroer or me i^nigriii ur; ^H . . irvno' Pythios Lodge No. -458 and <Wasonic Lodge • ^K Mazola i UU / o OIL Texsun Grapefruit Qt. Bfl. 59c I JUICE,_ 39c PLAXTATIOX CUCUMBER CHIPS FOREMOST COTTAGE CHEESE FOREMOST BUTTERMILK GERBER'S JTJXIOR BABY FOOD (Subject to Stock). Qt. Jar 39c .Lb. Carton ..... & GaL 39C 4 Jars 49c THE FOLLOWING ARE OUT OF SEASON ITEMS ~ PRICED TO CLOSE-OUT Nonesuch SONCE MEAT 16-oz. Jar Kidd's MARSHMALLOW CREAM.. -Jar Comstock 303 PUMPKIN PEE FILLING...Can Cranberry SACCE SOO Can RAISINS 15-01. Box 1 r f, CANDIED CHERKBES-PEELS-FIGS- I3C CURRANTS-PRICED TO SELL SUPER SUDS 39 THANKS i To our many friends and customers for your patience during our remodeling and enlargement of our store. WON'T BE LONG. We're getting ready to put the finishing touches to it, Thanks M. C. Lyons WATCH US HELP BAYTOWN GROW If SPECIALS GOOD FEB. 28, MARCH 1st and "WATCH US HELP BAYTOWN GROW" FOOD SERVICE I500N.PRUETT "YOU GET THE LIONS' SHARE AT LYONS"

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