The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 1, 1966 · Page 3
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Tuesday, MarcK I. I96A 400 Acres Added To Area Designated As LBJ Park AUSTIN (AP) The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission added nearly 400 acres to the land designated as Lyndon B. Johnson State Park in an unannounced Jan. 6 meeting. The Associated Press learned Monday that the commission voted unanimously to add 399 acres of farm and ranch land to the 245 acres designated for the park Nov. 17, 1364. Land designated for the park lies between Texas Ranch Road 1 and U.S. 290, much of it immediately across the ranch road from Preident Johnson's LBJ Ranch. The newly designated land lies immediately to the east of the original park area. It extends about two miles to the junction of U.S. 290 and the curving ranch road. Commission Chairman Will E. Odom said the special Jan. 6 meeting was "an administrative conference among members." There was no public notice of the meeting. Minutes show the decision to enlarge the park site was unanimous. One of the three commission members is A. W. Moursund of Johnson City, a confidante of the President and trustee for the Johnson family's business interests while the;, are in the White House. "It appeared to me we shoulc get more land in the park to take care of future needs anc demand for the park. It was very essential," Odom told The Associated Press. I OPEN" TONIGHT KNOW WERE you're GOING on this year's INCOME TAX new new New tax law . tower rates . deduction and exemption rules . . . tower withholding . . . many changes. Why worry about all the changes when it's so easy to take your tax records to BLOCK. COMPLETE RETURNS LIFE Street Leveling Work Is Studied By City Manager Possibility of negotiating a I contract for some street leveling! work on unit basis will be in-| vestigated by fee city manager. The «ty was scheduled to open bids at 4 pjn. last Wednesday on street leveling, but none was received. At the last meeting. City Manager Fritz Laahara reported to the city council that the contractor who was expected to bid had an illness in his family. This perhaps was the reason that no bid was received. Lanham asked whether it would be legal for the city to negotiate a contract on unit basis. City Attorney George Chandler replied that he believes it would be legal, since the city had complied with the law by advertis-i ing for bids. ! The city budget for 19^66 contains $4,000 for contracting street-leveling work and $1.500 for purchase of a mud jack. City officials hope to eliminate many of the low areas in con- crete 'streets, which now hold rain water for rather long periods. An effort wffl be made to contract some of the leveling work before buying the mud jack so that city officials can study the effectiveness of this method of eliminating the low areas. CAP Conference To Be Held in Austin The Texas Wing of the Civil Air Patrol will hold its annual conference March 11-12-13 at the Villa Capri motel in Austin, Baytown senior members planning to attend are Maj. J. B. Daniell. Capt. J. W. Saunders.j Capt. George M. Knierim, Capt. James W. Pritchett and Majs. W. O. Finch and C. A. Behymer. The only cadets ia the Baytown CAP unit who will attend the conference will be those scheduled to receive special recognition : GUARANTEE: We guarantee oCCufatfr preparation of every tax return. If w« mat* ony errors that cost you ony penalty or Interest. w« will poy th« penalty or HR r co. America's Largest Tax Service with Over 1000 Offices Open Every Night Until 9 PJML 105 W. Texas Ph. 583-5126 Baytown WINNING COSTUMES at the anmtnl Mardi Graa costume ball held at the Knights of Columbus Han were worn by, from left. Mrs. Mary Ann Veselka, first place, Indian princess; Mr. and Mrs. Adolph MIchalsky, Swiss costumes, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Helpert. French costomes, runners-op. The ball was sponsored by San Jacinto Council 2788, Knights of Columbus. Smith May Be Hearing Victory In His Rebellion SAIJSBURY, Rhodesia (AP)! Rhodesian assets and exclusion |— Optimistic white Rhodesians ;are saying that "good old Smit- from the sterling bloc. He hasn't budged an inch. He ty" has pulled it off. [expresses willingness to talk it I He hasn't quite pulled it off j ever, but only as prime minister ifinallv and beyond all possibility! of an independent Rhodesia. ] of disaster but Prime Minister! One of the incalculable ele- ilan Douglas Smith has demon-! ments of the British program to istrated that he is a very tough [crush the Smith government minister of information, has j Rhodesian government will find even threatened a "scorched no trace of Mussolini's gaudy earth policy' if circumstances require it- There should have been no uncertainty about the qualifica- trappings or Hitler's egomaniacal manners in Smith. He works, often in shirtsleeves, in an unpretentious, Itions or the 46-year-old prime!cluttered ground floor office. i minister for resisting pressure. Rhodesia is a country in I The slim stern farmer-prime * determination to resist. It is i minister, who snatched inde-1 becoming clear now. Ipendence for Rhodesia from! Smith and his Rhodesian !Great Britain in November, has;Front are prepared to go the taken everything Britain has:limit. They frequently say it is:plastic surgery for his injuries thrown at Mm — trade sane-! "now or never" for independ- itions, an oil embargo, seizure of jence. PJC. Van Per Byl. deputy A -a^-K h fi,,htor. r,,-irvt in whicu 225,000 whites dominate As a British fighter pilot »j^,,,. mill , nn Mark<! wfthnm srt- ot down twice, but still was fighting was the full extent of Rhodesia's j World War H, he was shot down when victory came. The strong, determined face he presents to :; the public is partly the result of Those who claim to see a 'streak of fascism in the present million blacks. Without setting a time limit, Britain has insisted there must be steady jority rule. The first milk teeth normally appear in infants at five to eight months. \HTlff CITIZENS SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Save By The 10th Earn From The First INSURED' one a »e at naa sots M This coming Saturday, March 5th. from 2 p.m., until 5 p.m., we will swing open the doors of our new plant facilities on Walker Drive. The management, employees, and their families of Texas Industrial Laundries, welcome you to visit and inspect our new offices and plant. We hope that you will bring your family and your friends to see our new modern facilities. Refreshments will be served. We will be expecting you this coming Saturday . we're looking forward to meeting our new neighbors In Baytown. Formal Opening Of Our New Baytown Plant Facilities SATURDAY, MARCH 5th, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. 2101 Walker Drive Phone 583-7488 Bavtown, Texas BOB SMITH ROAD Texas Industrial Laundries TEXAS AVENUE DOWNTOWN 1AYTOWN

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