14 flfh* fcglonm &jm Monday, February 28, 1966 REV. TEYKL TELLS ABOUT BAYTOWN'S 'POYERTYWAR 1 The Cbmmunit yAction Pro-j cited the following possibilities:, 31 deadline, or otherwise have .the school district to the county -am, oniy cw of the programs 1 improve general housing and to wait until 1967. Economic Opportunity Organiza- By MRS. W. S. VOR1IAKEN The Rev. Charles H. T«?ykl i ST anl . "—-• —^ ~- —•• i--~» , - = was the guc-st speaker at a gen-1provided for under the 1964 Eco- living conditions, in particular eral meeting "of St. Mark's inomic Opportunity Act, is ad- for elderly: provide mental and Methodist 'woman's Society o fi m «* i s' ;c re d in this area by the dental examinations and treat- Christi-m Service He led" the I Houston Harris County Econom- ment ; provide additional c h i Id \Var!ic Opport— -TV Organization. It J care centers ; provide after ! gives the poverty - stricken anjschool study centers with tutor- Rev Tevkl no'n'ed to the ! opportunity to "come together, ing help; and establish family j_«.i. ie>.s.i j>u..j.«.u _ lu " ie „„,.„,;«> trK>m.«>K-«.« dotprminp life education centers with em- pmsrun on On Poverty paradox and tragedy of pover-j ty in the United States. Even'. though \ve are the riches; na-l tion in the world and have atj~* our <3-s:x>sa! the resources to| e J their needs, and then ask the phasis on household budgeting J organization to help form a pro-!and planned parenthood. et these needs," the \V .O. Tidmon. a member of the Baytown Senior Citizen's " Ie - vk l said - liminate poveny. one - fifth of j "As you can see", commented j group, is coordinating efforts u:- population still exists on ajR^'- Teykl, "it is an effort to j through his organization and the ubsistence level of under $3.-j involve as many of the poor asjSocial Securitv Administration XJO a year, which is the pov-j possible in the planning and en- office to promote Medicare or a family of four.[course them to heip them-i Alert in three major steps: subs <XJO erty line the miniver pointed out. ! selves.' (1) Find elderly in poverty Save Now ONLY-- ! In discussing Baytown's War | areas (2) Interpret Medicare to ion Poverty through the Com-[them and (3) Have them regis- Imunity Action programs, he'ter. if they desire, by the March tion for a year round Operation Headstart for pre-school children. United Church Women have for years operated a Child Care At present Baytown has some programs which allow the poor to help themselves. Through the public school system, funds have been applied for under the Secondary and Elementary Education Act of 1965 to provide remedial reading and remedial mathematics courses for students of low income families. I _ a ^ Money has already been re-]town Literacy Council. Human Day Center and many other organizations have aided the poverty - stricken directly or indirectly, such as the" Health League, Welfare League. Bay- ceived under this act to buy more library books and text books. Rev. Teykl further stated that Baytown's public school system with the co-operation of the city is operating a Neighborhood Relations Council, and the Greater Baytown Civic League. C. J. Collum. head of the technical - vocational program at Lee College, gave a brief resume of courses available through this training program. Youth Corps with 70 participat- Lee College also sponsors adult ing students, and also that an'basic education courses, and the application has been made by college work - study program 'Devil, Daniel Webster 1 Is A 'Must 1 On Reading List the devil's idea would be better than complete ruin. So, he sold his soul to Satan and for seven years he had good luck, only at the end of which he must turn his soul over to Lucifer. Thus is the setting for the novel by Vincent B<?net. Ameri- What would you do if you ca 's great poet, entitled, "The forever had bad luck and nowj 1 *^' 11 a** 3 Daniel Webster." had a chance to change your! At the end of the seven-year fortune? V.'hv vou'd change forHerrn. Jabez Stone became wor- By DEXISE REIXEKE Teen Book Reviewer . the bet• or. wouldn't you? But, ;ried about his fate. So hitching farmer and decided to speak to heard. His speech penetrated ' In closing. Rev. Teykl directed his comments to the question: "What can the church do?" He said: "Quite ofu>n church members read and study about a problem, talk about it. sing about it. pray about it. and then in polite apathy or just plain frustration forget about it, and crawl back into cozy middle class existence." We must express our Christian Service and Mission by becoming informed, involved, and identifying with human need through various community structures and groups," he said. Sixty members and guests were present. Following the program, a luncheon was held in the Fellowship Hall. Coordinating efforts for the arogram and luncheon were! Mrs. John B. Mabry. Mrs. Mel-i vin Massey. Mrs, Don Muery. Mrs. Tom Moody and Mrs. W.' S. Vorhaben. each demon's heart and made! each side for the defense. They Did Yoil did this; cimnlu Vi*v-m»c*i tKat.- fc^lxJ I VJU the devil. At the stroke of midnight. Lucifer appeared to take Mr. Stone to Hades. But Mr. did this simply because they Webster challenged Lucifer to a (wished to thank Dan'I, for the trial with an American judge speech affected each in his own and jury. Well, Dan'I didn't say way. what kind of American, so Sa'- i^s story ha s one moral: DO YOU KNOW THIS MAN? The FBI is seeking the identity of this man. photographed on two occasions while robbing- a branch of the Bank of America in San Francisco March 8. iy<;3. and May 2. 1963. He is described as 6' to 6'1" tall. 190 to 200 pounds, with brown hair flecked with gray, and about 45 years old in 1963. Anyone having- any information should contact the nearest office of the FBI. tors of America to T , .. . , have Dan'I Webster on Indeed, it looked bad for Ja- s jd e ; The most famous geyser ofj Yellowstone Park, Old zFaithful, j ^ reall y Quite fickle. Contrary to | , *** ^^\ "*"" *" ClOckS S .^. , unless, of course, you can be set by the hourly erup-i ~ ...... , bez for all these men were hard! what if the mar. who could bet-j u P his wagon. Jabez went tjand mean. The only defense! ter your life was the devil? Iseek the help of the great law-j was the style of Mr. Webster. «rn,-^ » "° V . a * Well r>er:U Jabez Stone des-. ver . Daniel Webster. Sterling Municipal adult division. It is a book for ^ *~^ .. . . . ~~— -i. MAt*^?i^ii. A V Aa a tr^r^rv iUJi • --- - ----- | 60, Oanl began a speech fillea | the whole family, and I en- the eruptions occur within five! tions. Old Faithful blows its! top anywhere from 33-to 94-min- j ute intervals. The average isj around 64 minutes, but only half! '* J V* : JT. . j ( w*^ "»*vi*T i<xillJ.£V cli .^u.od that even; The lawyer agreed to help the'with an eloquence never before courage all to read it minutes of this average. 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