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10 Tuesday, MarcK 1, 1966 Defense Contends Lovers Had No Reason To Kill MIAMI. Fla. (AP) — The defense claims there was no need for Caodaee Mossier and her nephew. Melvia Lane Powers, to kiQ her'husband to safeguard an illicit love affair. "Murder had to be the last resort — they had toe clear «ifl of all the universe at their disposal," according to the defense argument, which held that the couple did not lack for discreet hideaways for sinful dalliance. Grcuit Judge George Schulz was asked to dismiss first-degree murder charges against Mrs. Mossier and Powers in the 3964 murder of her aging, multimillionaire husband, Jacques. He reserved decision. Arguments Monday for the dismissal rn o t i o n affordd a preview of today's final summations. The ebb and flow of a month's testimony at an end, the last witness descended from the stand in a white-walled sixth- floor courtroom, the all-male i Save Now ONLY- More Days To Save By The 10th and Earn a Full Months Dividend March 31st DIVIDENDS PAID 4 TIMES A YEAR HARRIS COUNTY Federal Savings Loan Association 37 Years of Solid Service "Save Where Thousands Save Millions" jury was left to cope with albltnde grandmother who insists flood of legal oratory from both|h«r age is 40, and her darklj sides. The case should reach the handsome nephew. Powers, 29. jury this week. Mrs. Mossier, an are on trial for their lives in the attractive June 30, 1964, bludgeoning and stabbing of her husband, the head cf a $33-million banking and loan empire. KIRK DOUGLAS, left and Richard Harris make time-bombs lor sabotage purposes in Anthony Mann's "The Heroes of Telemark." World War II drama booked Wednesday through Saturday at the Brunson Theater. They play Norwegians who prevent the Nazis from producing the atomic bomb. Michael Redgrave co-stars. The state claims a sordid, unnatural love bond between Mrs. Mossier and Powers led him to slay her husband with her connivance. In Monday's session in court chambers, with the jury absent, the defense sought to have the charges dismissed before they reached the jury. Defense attorney Walter Quinn. arguing in Mrs. Mossler's behalf and referring to the state's contention that an illicit love affair was at the root of the slaying, contended: "Murder had to be the last resort. With Willowick (the Mossier mansion in Houston), the 40-acre ranch in Galveston, hotels and motels all over the place, and other homes in Miami and Chicago, they haven't shewn this to be a reason for murder. "How does the state explain, if this is the motive, that Jacques Mossier lived in'Miami for a year? Why did they have! John W. Tyler manager of to kill him? He was gone a!-.the Baytown Kmart store cele- ready. They had the clear run of [brated his 30th year with the S. a.l the universe at their dispos-js. Kresge Co. on Feb 9 a.1." Crosby School Board To Select Band's Uniforms The Crosby School Board will,Secondary Education Act. Under meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesdav tojtMs Crosby has been granted a select the style of the new band total of $40,318.27. uniforms for Crosby High School, a purchase approved at the last regular meeting. Supt. Koonce said the district is now testing students for this Council Hears Plea For Ordinances' Enforcement JOHN' W. TY Kmart Manager Marks 30fh Year With Kresge Firm j Among the many cards and Countenng for the state, Asst. i letters he received was one from State Arty. Arthur Huttoe re-1 the founder of the company S. viewed testimony leading U p to is. Kresse xvho is now SO years the slaying of Mossier at 1.--55 old, commending Tvler for his a.m. .He pointed to Mrs. Mossler's presence at 2:30 a.m. in a Miami hospital where she program and that the district is i " Jt can sought treatment for head pains. The state says the visit left her apartment clear for Powers and provided her with an alibi. concluded that During a special session of waitin S tor a portable classroom j Candace left the house and took board Thursday plans forV Drew School, due —'»" * h " ™- - «»'" «—-- pldili> iUI announced. ! March s - the the Supt. Allison Koonce also reported that there was not enough interest shown in the adult education classes to justify setting up the program in the Crosby district- The board instructed Charfes Culbertson, school district tax assessor - collector, to proceed with a settlement with the insur- |ance company on the damage I done to Charles R. Drew in a i recent tornado. Estimates to repair the school have averaged 53,800. No contract was awarded. The board also voted to put .shell where it was needed in i the parking area and the driveway. Culbertson also reported on | the progress in setting up the i work under Title I and Title H | of the Elementary School and In other action the board: Voted to place a telephone in Elementary School and extension telephones in the secretary's office at Crosby Elementary and Drew Elementary. Approved a tax refund of overpayment of taxes in the amount of $22.82 to Memry Reed. Rejected a request from Moroney, Beissner and Co., Inc., for Crosby School District tax officer to serve as taxing agent for Harris County Fresh Water 58. Typographical Talks PALESTINE, Tex. (AP)—The Louisiana-East Texas Typographical Conference has elected its first woman president, Sandra Dean of Longview, at a meeting here- AN U n •' HANDCRAFTED 19" PORTABLE TV SLIM STYLED! BEG SCREEN! The Tourney, N2000C-6 Lightweight, slim styled 19" portable TV in two tone color cabinet. Charcoal color and off white. Top carry •! OQ95 handle. Monopole Antenna Only Iw/ Baytown Color TV Center "We sell the best. . . Service the rest" Next To Youngbloods 104 N. Alexander 583-4822 so only would be there," Huttoe said service. Tyler started with the company in Saint Louis, Mo., in the stock room on a training program. From there he went to store manager and district manager. When he was district manager he supervised some IS stores in Minnesota, Wisconsin. A plea for enforcement of three city ordinances was made to the city council during its last regular meeting. Mrs. C. H. Tipton urged better enforcement of ordinances that: Prohibit dogs running at large in Baytown. Require garbage cans to be moved to the rear of residences after garbage is picked up. And prohibit the littering of public and private property. Mrs. Tipton, who is president of the East Harris County Federation of Garden Clubs, pointed out that a city ordinance requires that dogs be licensed and either confined or on leash. Tumed-bver garbage cans are seen throughout the city, she added, and some garbage cans are never moved to the rear of residences. Mrs. Tipton called attention to the fact that a city ordinance | requires that garbage cans be covered with lids and that they be moved back off the curb after garbage is picked up. She cited the practice of "wrapping'' houses with toilet paper, adding, "I would like for the city to do a little enforcing of its litter law." Mrs. Tipton reported that she made a trip through several states last summer and "Bay- Hayer Confesses Par} in Death Of Malcolm X NEW YORK (AP) — In a dramatic courtroom confession, Talmadge Hayer says he was one of the assassins of black nationalist leader Malcolm J He declared ~ ' that his code- 3X Bu0er iano. i " Haver, 24, testified Monday that he had three accomplices, but he refused to name them. He said the killers were hired. But he refused to say who hired them or why, or how much money was involved. Hayer. who made his confession during the defense presentation, faced continued cross- examination today. Hayer said no one involved in the murder was connected with the Black Muslims. The prosecution contends that all three defendants were active members of the sect, of which Malcolm once was a top leader. He broke with the Muslims and founded his own black nationalist movement in 1964. Hayer, Butler, 26, and Johnson, 30, all Negroes, are on trial in State Supreme Court on first- degree murder charges. They are accused of shooting Malcolm followers North and South Dekota. | his career he has managed seven stores and has worked in some 28 or 30 stores in all. He and his family have lived all over the south and midwest Tyler moved to Texas, locating in Dallas, in 1960, some two years after Kresge • Co. started expansion in Texas. He spent almost five years in that area prior to coming to Baytown. He has been in th e Baytown store 1% years. Mr. and Mrs. Tyler, who live at 1604 Hart, have five children. Their eldest, Cpl. John W. Tyler Jr.. is a Marine in Viet Nam expected home in May. is a sophomore at College. Jill is a senior, and Mike is a sophomore at Robert E. Le e High School. Patrick is a ninth grader at St. Joseph's Junior High. Joe Davis Named Staff Engineer At HORC Refinery Joe C. Davis has been named a staff engineer in the Technical Division of the Humble Oil & Refining Co.'s Baytown Refinery. He is assigned to Project Engineering Section B and is responsible for the design and project engineering phases of |xvork associated with the construction of new process facilities or units in the refinery. Davis joined the Baytown Refinery Technical Division as an engineer in 1957 after receiving Three In Hospital After Car Crash At Fourth, Defee A car wreck at 5:45 p.m. Monday at North Fourth and Defee sent three persons to the hospital- Most severely injured was Joseph Alexander, 24, of 2430 Broad, McNair. He was taken to Gulf Coast Hospital in an Earthman ambulance. Minor injuries were suffered by Donald Ray Austin, 18, of 601 Davis Road, and his passenger, Rodger Glenn Baird, 18. of 210 E. Republic. Both were taken in the Baytown Hospital in an Earthman ambulance. Officers said Austin was traveling north on Fourth while Alexander was headed east on Defee. Alxander's car struck Aus tin's car on the left side, causing Austin's car to turn over. Patrolman A. R. Liles charged Alexander with failure to yield right of way. as h e addressed 400 in a Manhattan ballroom Feb. 21, 1965. The prosecution charges that Johnson fired a shotgun blast into Mal-|a BS degree in mechanical engi- colm's chest and that Hayer andjneering from the University of Butler- pumped pistol bullets Florida. He is a former chair- into him as he lay prone on the stage. Profit Sharing Plan (AP) — Employe man and secretary-treasurer for the Baytown Section, American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Davis lives in Baytown and has two children, Nancy Ann, 13, DALLAS members of the Southland Corp.'s profit sharing plan re- Mrs. W. H. Le e of Ocala, Fla. ceived more than a million dollars as the firm's 1965 contribu-l tion to the fund. Assets of the fund now are above 512 million. The company operates convenience food stores and dairies in 30 states. Only G.E. has all three! Filter-Flo^ Washing System No lint-fuzz on your clothes! Mini-Basket* Extra tub for up to 1 Ib. of frills, leftovers! 2 Wash Speeds "Normal", "Gentle" settings for just-right washing! "The Total Washer- Washes up to 14 Ibs• S ) ^i mixed, heavy fabrics! -^ x' *k, 1 * T '«d«mori of Generol E!»cTfic Co. Two-Speed Filter-Flo Washer *199 WILKIES ACROSS FROM SAN JACINTO HOSPITAL TEN TEN DECKER 582-8447 and Charles. 11. His mother is Mrs. W. H. Le e of Ocala. Fla. Funeral Held For Robert (Doc) Hill Friends paid last respects to Robert (Doc) Hill, 80, at funeral services Monday in Earthman Cnapel. The pioneer Baytonian died at 1 a.m. Sunday in a hospital | here. A Baytown resident 49 years, he was a pharmacist at Herring's Drug Store. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Marie Hill of Baytown; two sons, Robert Hill Jr. of Baytown land Dr. James E". Hill of Jack- json. La.; three grandsons, Rob- j ert Hill in, Arthur Hill and Joel I Hill, all of Baytown. ! The Rev. Edwin Summers, ] pastor of Grace Methodist !Church, officiated in services. ! Burial was in Cedar Crest Ceme- jtery. Hill, whose interests ranged from football to fishing, was active in the Knights of Pythias Lodge No. 458 and Baytown Masonic Lodge No. 1192. State Police Tie In With Teletype Networic AUSTIN (AP)—Texas State Police have tied into a multi- state high speed police teletype network that ultimately will link law enforcement officers in every state but Alaska and Hawaii. Col. Homer Garrison, director of the Department of Public Safety, said the 100-word-per minute system wiJl be four to five times as fast as the present method of transmitting messages by telegraph. The circuit is known as the Midwest circuit of the National Law Enforcement: Teletype System. It connects Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, Iowa, North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin and Michigan, Plans call for a nationwide circuit. town was th e dirtiest city I saw." She called for arrest of "beer can throwers." "And I would like to have a few dogs picked up, please," she said. "We ments," Cravey. "We deserve the criticism." Mayor Cravey added, however, that some dogs ajre picked up by the city. He reported that "ITS appreciate your com- replied Mayor Seaborn were executed last month." Councilman Robert Barner said he "agreed fully" with Mrs. Tipton's comments. "I know that if I can see people littering, the police can see them also," Barnes said. "I am convinced that our people are not trying." Barnes asked Mrs. Tipton to try to get people in Baytown "excited enough" that they will do something about the littering problem. He pointed out that there are limitations to what the police can accomplish. More effort on the matter is required of everyone, including the Baytown San, Barnes said. Mrs. Tipton termed the littering problem "vexing, aggravating and annoying." "The town will profit if we can clean it up," she said. And she told the council, "I don't think this is the last you will hear from me." LEGAL NOTICE Sealed Proposals will be received by the Board of Recents, Goose Creek Jun- tor College District until 4:00 p.m., Thursday, March 3, 1966. in the Bocrd Room, 1415 Market Street, Baytown. Texas, for the following: Renovation for Le* College Library Baytown, Texas Bkte will be pooliciy opened at the time and place stated above, one! oil Interested persons are invited to be present. Specifications and necessary ir.lorma- JIwi may be obtained by cnitlns at to* office of James A. Davis, AlA, Architect, 401 West Defee, Baytown. Texas, and piacma a £50. OC Ceposit, This deposit will i>e refunded upon return in pood condition of the documents within 10 days of the biddlna. The Board of Regents reserves the right to reject any or all bids or to accept any bid deemed odvontooeous to the District. Sun Classified Ads Want Ad Rates PER LINE PER DAY t Consecutive Days 3 Consecutive Dan Single Insertion Minimum — 3 Llnei THIS IS A 4 LIKE AD, cost U.40 for lull I days; iS-M far lust t dors. Phew STJ-SJZJ or 5X1 >9C It I4O24. 18 PL Some Rote oft 3 lines of ordinary type OT ri. Seme Rate es 2 lines of ordinary type NOTICE Desioriotlons as lo s« In our Help wanted end Employment columns or* nxxrt only <!» to Indicate Sara fide occupational Qualifications *w employment wiuat on employer regards os reosonaoly necessary to nor-nal operation cf his business Of enterprise. Of (2> os c convenience to CI.T reocers to let them know «hich positions the advertiser Believe* Mould be of more interest to one sex Mian the other Because of the work Involved Such desiccations shall not be taken to indicate jnct any advertiser intends or practices any unlawful preference, limitation, specification or discrimination In employment practices. CARD OF THANKS AND IN MEMORIAM JO cents per line MINIMUM CHARGE $2.00 CONTRACT RATES ON REQUEST THE CLASSIFIED AD DEPARTMENT IS OPEN DAILY FROM B A.M. UNTIL S P.M. AND UNTIL NOON ON SATUR- NOT1CE at typographical or ether errors must be given befor* the second Insertion or claims tor refund or extension wit! not be recognized. All classified ads appear under fnsir proper classiricatans and The Key- town Sun reserves the right to dass- ty and edit all oes. For Best Results Use the economical * any rate. When you set results, cancel the od and be cnarged only for the number of days that the ad actually ran. Ads placed before 5 p-m. appear In In The Baytown Sun the following day. Classified Department 14. Employment 15. Work Wanted ALL KINDS — Carpentry, snee trade, r. - 1 Cabinet work. No iot> too small. Coll S33-NM7. A-l PAINTING AND DECORATING. FREE ESTIMATES — Plenty References f. T. SHIRLEY, CANDY CANE NURSERY Infants to 10 years. New Nursery. K'n"i. •nfeUisent loving care. Hot Meals. Preschool instruction. 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. 583- 25ZI- CHILD CARE — In my home, any hours, Old Baytown area. Reasonable veekry or hourly rotes; references. Transportation furnished. 533-5»4. GENERAL CARPENTRY — SheetTKk. nonajng, finishing and pointing. Cabinets built, formtco tops, ornamental Iron. EDWIN ARABIE. 611 Bolster. 5M-«S»- HAPPY HOUSE DAY NURSERY — State license, xvorkina mothers anroil your cn*iu *r in oay core nursery. Cell 5S3-2SS7 for apomiment. 582-8323 582-8324 MAINTAINER — For lease, with operator, ss.oo per hour. 5t2-J«j4 ctoys. 5*3-* 229 nights. PAINTING. PAPERHANO1NG — Price Reaonobie. Free Estimates. Col! 533-5537. 1. Lodge Notices _ PART-TIME WORK WANTED — Small pc;nt jobs my specialty. From a bedroom to o hows*. Call 532-6939. WILL KEEP"CHILDREN — 'in my bomeT 721 E. Fcyle. day or nichl. Coll 583-4161. . Each Bid shall accompanied by a ' satisfactory bCd bord, cashier's check, or certified check in the amount OT 5% of the Proposal, The successful bidder (s) will fae required to furnish insurance cov- eraoe and performa ice and payment bond as specii.ed in the documents. Feb. 25. 1966, March 1, 1966. LEGAL NOTICE Two File For Barbers Hill School Trustee Two more persons have filed as candidates in the Barbers ill school trustee election. New candidates are Billy Gene Lawrence, 32, and Norris Thomas Jr., 35. Norman G. Durdin, 36, previously had filed. Two positions to be filed on the Barbers Hill school board currently are held by Sebern I>illard and Calvin Johns. Neither Dillard nor Johns had indicated Tuesday morning whether he will seek re-election. Wednesday is the final day 'or becoming a candidate in the April 2 election. Interested persons may file until 4 p.m. in the school superintendent's office. Lawrence, a 1951 graduate of Barbers Hill High School, has two children attending school. A 1950 graduate of George Washington Carver High School. Thomas also has two children in the Barbers Hill schools. Thomas ex-pressed a desire, if elected to cooperate with the present board members. Redeemer Lutheran To Hold Banquet Friday A "Golden Years" banquet will honor members of Redeemer Lutheran Church who are 65 or older at 6:15 p.m. Friday in the church annex. Hostesses will be the members of the Society of Helping ^ands who will prepare and erve the meal. Mrs. B. C. Suescher, chairman, is in charge. Mrs. Wilmer Dorman will decorate the tables for the occasion. Norman Luker, president of the congregation, will be master of ceremonies. Those on the program will be rCirby Iselt, who will show slides on the different countries of Europe, and Mrs. Glen Kollmeyer and Mrs. Norman Luker, who will present a piano duet. The honorees are Mrs. Ida Kurio, Mrs. B. C. Beck, Mrs. Sophia Steirer, Mrs. Stanley Voytek, Mrs. Annie Smithson, Mrs. MyrtJe Pederson, Mrs. Marie Rollig, Mrs J. J. Jenson. B. E. Froehlich, Fred C. Hans, Herman 'Brenner, J. O. Kubik, Ewald Klaus and Ernest Adlong. PROPOSED ADVERTISEMENT — GOOSE CREEK CONSOLIDATED INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT LEASE: Notice is hereby giver: thct ct its recu- lor meeting on Jonuory 10. 1964. the BocrtJ of Trustees of Goose Creek Consolidated Independent School District approved the advertising for bids for an oil and gas lees* covering the following described property, to-wit: AM ttxrt certain property In the Harvey Whiting Survey. In Harris County, Texas. described as follows: TRACT No. 1: — BEGINNING at an ron stake in the Eastside of the Oil Retd 3ood {oiso known as Causeway Road) at the point where the South line of Third Street {clso known as Travis Street), of the Jones Addition to the City of Pellv Intersects same; THENCE North 70 degrees 3V East olonB the South side of Third Street 233.29 feet to the Intersection of the East line of the W. I— Jones Tract arid fhe West line of the Mrs. Annie Busch Tract, set a stoke for corner; THENCE South atono the W. L. Jor.es East line 231 feet, set a stoke for corner; THENCE South 70 degrees 39' West and parallel to the South line of Third Street, a distance of 267.5 feet to an Iron stake In the East side of the Oil Field Rood, set a stoke for comer; THENCE North 07 degrees 51' East alona the East boundary line of the oil Field Road 2*3.8 feet to the place of beginning and containing 1.25 acres of lond. TRACT No. 2: — BEGINNING at on iron stake in the South line of Third Strett at a point where the Mrs. A/inie Busch West Une crosses same; THENCE North 70 degrees 3T East along the South line of Third Street 352.eS feet to a stake in the Mrs. Annie Busch East line which is also Mrs- Amelia Airf.arTs West line, set a stake for corner; THENCE South 231 feet olong Mrs. Annie Busch East line to an Iron stake for comer; THENCE 70 degrees 39' West 352.6 feet along rhe Busch West line to the place of beflUnino, containing 1.75 acres of land TRA'— -- - SANDERS CAKE SHOP — WEDDING SPECIALISTS. Catering service, mono- ora-nmed napkins, wedding invitations, bride books. Open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., \S\'< Jones Rd., Hlgtilona!;. REGULAR MEETING of San Jocrnto Council, No. 2758. Knights of Columbus, in the 1C C. hall, Tuesday eve-.ing, 8:00 p.m. N. E. (Skip) Baumartn, Grand Knight STATED MEETING of Crosby Chapter No. 261. O.E.S., in the .v.asonic hail in Highlands, Tuesday. March 1. 1966, at 7:30 p.m. All members end visiting Stars cordiaiiy Invited to attend. Gladys O'Brien. W. M. Svbii Orr. Secy. Special Notices LIKE A LETTER FROM HOME. A sub- scriptjon to Trie Boylown Sun is trtouofit- tul. inexpensive onfl will tie appreciated day ofler day. Stan your subscription Today to your favorite serviceman or student away of school. Just cell Trie Son circulation depcnmenf, 532-S302. 16. Apartments For Rent AVAILABLE MARCH lit — one anfur- furntsned 2-bedroom apartment. Call 5S3- 2760 or apply 2617 W. Main. BARKELY SQUARE TOWNHOUSE «-ow Cos! Luxury a^d Convenience Swimming pool; central air. pctlo. cor- .*3rt. dishwasher, refrigerator, disposal, -arpeting; furnished unfurnisheO; utilities POK!. I21S Pork at Decker Dr., BLUEBONNET APARTMENTS New l-bedroom furnished apartments, air ;ooc<itiorted. utilities paid, weekly or .-rxintrily rates, Hwy. 146. 532-6317. CLEAN — t - bedroom ftx-pish«! house for farr,i!y. Also, efficiency apartment or sleeping room for men. AppW 13*9 Magnolia. COUNTRY CLUB MANOR 3500 Decker Drive. Section I FREE RENT BONUS I and 2-beaVoorri furnished and unfurnished oaonmer.ts; electric kitchens: olr corv ditionmg; draperies and swim-nlna pool Phone 566-8613 DEPE6, E. — Gcrcae eporrment, , . , three rooms, bcrh, ooraoe Courrle no s. bilts paid, J7i. 5S2-8SS5. ORDER SUN PHOTOS Place orders ror reprints of pictures mode by Eaytcwn Sun photographers by ! _..,__ , 0 Tn( , Sun a ,< , „. ... « pictures ore fi for the first prkit. up to 8X10 inches ca7iinB~582-B3u2~ or writing to The S P. O. Box 90, Baytown. The Picture DECKER DRIVE, Mil — Three room unfurnished apartment Phone 5*6-7171. in size, and ror each additional print <rom the seme negative. Standcrd sizes are 8X13, SX7, and 3ViX5 inches. 4. Monuments-Lots TRI-CITY MONUMENT CO APARTMENTS — 3205 Illinois. 3-room furnished apartment, up- sloirs. All cms paid. S75 00 SPARKY BOND, Realtor 907 S. Wolo Nights orid Weeicends 5S3-4S73 or S6e-7751 FURNISHED DUPLEX — Bills poid no «'• "* r71on!h ' GAILLARD, No. 10 S. — 3-room furnistwa Srcnite, i sorcce apartment. Dfrwntown location, no marbl". bronie monuments, g-ave marn- oarooe. no bills paic, SJO. ers Cemetery work. Terrs, no car.-yins SPARKY BOND, Realtor charoes. Market at W. jwain, next »|M7S Main Dim _ jrge Peoples State Bank. 5. Personals ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Lnforrrujtion on alcoholism, f you have a drinking problem, coll 5S3-5700 or 583-2723. 552-32x8 its ana Sundays SB3-^S7g or 566-7751 CAILLARD, 383 N. — Two rooms ond bath, furmshea. IVj blocks norm of poll office. Apply 303-A. Lost and Found LOST DCG — Full grown male Scottie " ' answers !>- "Mac. ning 1.75 acres ,CT No. 3: — BEGINNING at the Southwest corner of the site of the Sam i Houston Elementary School said point off beginning beina the Southwest corner of a LOST PARAKEET — 405 W, Humble . ._ _ troct or parcel of land heretofore convey- vicinity Biue ond gray coior. Named son. 58J.48U rour-room nicely furnished _ j *_ , r- ^-__ »-_i. — i_.__. . * ... i *<*-'•"'»• .7 ~. ^,n rf^i I ODGii Tlfrnf. oir rnnrti tinnorf x-r-ni *^t K^>** Grantham, 532-71S7 ^ 10. Help Wanted FRY COOK AND COUNTER SALES HELP WANTED — Malff or lenlote. Will consider couple. r ct DAIRY QU6SS. Apply «C! S. Porte. GA 1-9=04. and csk for IKE, your Baytcw.-i BRUSH REPRESENTATIVE. 11. Female Help Wanted DOMESTIC HELP WANTED — House k e <• p i n S- core for 2 children. Expcr- : - . iertced. references. 5S3-733? before 5 p.m. | ed to J. F. Campbell, President of fhe --Hiity Boy " Phone S82-S691. Board of Trustees of the Goose Creek Intj- ependent School District by W. l_ Jones, containing 1.25 acres of laid, end de scribed in deed doted March 26, 1930. <si record in Volume 441 at page 8 or the Deed Records of Harris County, Texas, said po.'nt of beginning being In the Eosf line of Ferry Rood; THENCE in o Southerly direction along the East line of the Ferry Road and the West line of the W. L. Jones tract for a distance of 100 feet, set a stake for corner: rhe Southwest corner of this tract; THENCE North 70 degrees 39* Eost on o tin* parallel to the South line of said school tract approximately 270 t<xt to the East line of the w. L Jones Tract ond the West fine of the Mrs. Annie E. Busch Tract, set a stake for comer, the Southeast corner of the tract here described; THENCE Nortn along the East lins of the W. L. Jones Tract and the West line of the Mrs. Annie E. Busch Tract approximately 100 feet to the Northwest corner of the Mrs. Annie E. Susch Tract, which is also fhe Southeast comer of the 1.25 acre of land above described in the South line of sold School Troct; THENCE South 70 degrees 39' West along the South line of said School Tract, which Is the South line of the 1.25 acre of land above described to the place of beginning, ond being fhe p4ot of land faciny 100 feet on Ferry Rood end bounded on the South by a line oarcllel to the South tine of said School Tract. TRACT No. 4: — BEGINNING at the Southwest comer of a 1.75 acre tract of iond described in deed fro-r> Mrs. Annie E. Bi*sch and husband, to J. F. Campbell, President of the Board of Trustees of the Goose Creek Independent School District, dated March 17, 1930, of record in Volume Ml at Pope 9 of the Harris County Deed Records, said tract of tand -being a port of the Sam Houston Elementary School site; THENCE South along the West line of the Mrs. Annie E. Busch Tract and the Ecst line of a troct of (and conveyed by William L. Jones to J. F. Campbell, President of fhe Board of Trustees of the Goose Creek Independent School District. THENCE North 70 degrees 39' Eost along a line parallel to me South line of said school site 3S2.6S feet to the East Une cf Mrs. Annie E. Busch Troct, set a stoke for corner; the Southeast corner of this tract; THENCE North along the East line of fhe Mrs. Annie E. Busch Tract approximately 100 feet to fhe Southeast corner of the 1.75 acre tract described in deed from .v.rs. Annie E. Busch as above specified. also beina the Southeast comer of the Sorn Houston Elementary school site and the Northeast comer of fhe tract tverr described; THENCE South 70 degrees GRAYWOOD ARMS One and Two-P*droorn Apartments Furnished and Unfurnished From SW.50 Utilities Poid FREE USE OF LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT 13C5 Memorial Drive SK-?*3A or 582-5235 JONES, 3JS N. — Nice large furnished «room duplex, utilities paid, crarag-, adults, no pets. Apply 307 N. Jones. JAMES, 301 w. — Desirable specious. clean furnished duplex. Reasonable. prU cte one quiet. Col; 533-2950. KENNEDY APARTMENTS — KM MNSU- cir conditioned, cenlrol heat. J LEE HEIGHTS — A small furnished go- i rape ODarrment on private Jot, coil 5S2- 1 27W after i p.m. • i LA PORTE — 2-bedrooms. large carpeted living room overlooking boy. No person Brooaway, DISPLAYERS — For home Interiors need-1 children, ctts. S1JO. uti.-itiei poid. Apply ed this area. Car necessary. V.'rite P.O. owner. No. 1 P.ne Slutt Dr.. or call GA Bax 414. Channelvicw, or coll GL 2-2672. 1-3742. Lo Porte. _ MARKET ST.. 3415 — «-Room furnished brio, aorcse cportmtfnt. ca.'pets. garaga S60 month, vwater paid. 582-656A. STERL1NG, 40t E. —"Furnished 1-bed^______. . room apartment. Air conditioned, carpet, WOULD YOU LIKE S3 000 extra Income j SiS. v.'oter paid. 583-4990 ""'" NEW APARTMENTS Wickersheimer Manor SID Williams St. 1 and 2 Bedroom Unjts Furnished or Unfurnished Utilities Optuxia! Individual Air/HeoJ Covered Paved Forking Near Churches, School, Shopping DOMESTIC HELP WANTED — Permaient j babysitting, 4'A<!oy week, light housework. V.ust hove own transportation. Call 532-! 6475 alter J:30 p.m. j 17. Houses For Rent HAIR STYLIST WANTED MARY ELLEN HAIR DESIGNS, La Porte, GA 1-0434. LVN'S RN'S — All shifts, good salary. Apply In person I Red Bluff Rd. TOP COMMISSION 45 PER CENT Luzier Cosmetics. Hours at your convenience, port or full ti-ne. Collect CA *-C733. BAYTOWN'S FINEST RESTAURANi THE NEW TOWER Hos openings for 2 Waitresses. Part or full time Apply In person to THE NEW TOWER HOI Decker Dr. 12. Male Help Wanted PARTTIMe O.STR.BUTOR - For automotive product. Write Giving Srief res-1 ARBOR. 41? — Lorge 2-bedroom house _fwi?n big yard. I Phone 566-8665. ARON, 404 E. — 2-oedrocm unfurnished house. Central heot; oarage; washer connections. Available March 1. Coil after 5 P.m. 532-4*39. ARBOR, 410 — Real dean 1-bedroom furnished, miadie-aaed couple preferred. references. CLeose). Apply 422 Arbor. BAKER RD., 124 — 3-bedrooms. den, 2 t»tt», ^1100 month. JOHN SHEARER, I* 8 ?"* 01 ' _ _ j CEDAR BAYOU RD., 2217 — Furnished old unfurnished 2-bedroom houses. Jen- r.iscne Agjitisn. 5S3-SJZT. ! FRANCIS. 204 W. — Five room unfum- | ished house, SoO month, Cctf after 4 p.m I 16J-7424. JGRANTHAM, «G8 —3-3«Jroom, 1V4 bathi. i central heot. Beautiful fence. Coil SS2- lime, address pHone, to U715 Wade- HIGHLANDS 336 N. Mogialia St. 39' West along the- South line of soidocre 3 r -dae Way. Houston, Texas 77015 or coil 3-room furnished house, WO month." site and rhe Sourn line of the I.7S ccrej GL 3 - 3045 - Hou5ro °- : Phone 564.7171. US?- °°° vc <*scribtA to the place of be- j WANTED — Man, age « lo SS, for stock j HUMBCE, 703 6. — Furnished 3-oedr B O!ti TRAT- Mr c- HPriMwiwr- r-» »k a "< ! srwp maintenance In plumoins CO TV • home. S!2S oer month. Please coll lor r^i lo the Goose Creek independent School District, doted September 22, 19*1 and recorded in Volume 1223 at page 535 of the Deed Records of Harris County, Texas, said tract being part of the Sam Houston Elementary School site; THENCE South along the Mrs. Annie E. Busch tract. 3J9.U feet to the South line of fhe Mrs. Annie Busch Troct and the North line of the William Scott Lower League, set o stake for comer, the Southwest corner of this troct; THENCE South 47 degrees 59- Eosf along the South line of the Mrs. Annie E. Busch troct, 358.9 feet tci the Eost line of the Mrs. Annie E. Busch Troct. set o stoke for corner, the South- 1 east comer of this tract; THENCE North' along the Hast line of the Mrs. Annie E Busch Tract. 572.83 feet to the Southeast comer of the tract described in o deed from Mrs. Annie E. Busch to the Goose Creek independent School District 35 obove specified, also being the Southeast corner of the Sam Houston Elementary School site ond the Northeast comer of fhls troct; THENCE South 70 degrees 39- West along the South line 6? said School site, 353.65 feet to the place of beginning, containing 3-3769 acres of lond. more or 'ess. The obove described tracts of lond contain 8.8769 acres of land, more or less. Such tease will be mode ond executed expressly subject to the provisions of Article W21p VATS ond Article 2TOo VATS. Such lease will further Include provisions substantially to the effect thoS there shall be no drilling or development of any kind on fhe surface of the property fencer; off os the school ground without the-express written consent and permission of the Les- or. Bids will be received and" considered ond the highest and best bid will be oc- ceoted of the meetino of the Boord of Trustees on Monday, AAorch 14, 19«. Th« &oord of Trustees reserves the exclusive right to determine whol provisions ond constitutions consflti/fe "filohest ond best bid" ond to re!*ct all bids If non» an scrttefoctory to th« Boord of Trusttos, Knox Bcavtn "r»ld*nt, Boord o* Tru»t««» Goas* Creek Consolidated Independent School District. Feb. IS, Feb. 22, Mar. 1, 1946. Telephone Linemen FOR CONSTRUCTION CREWS APPLY 1? STIMSON MR. M. A. TAYLOR General Telephone Co. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER WE ARE SEEKING 2 Aggressive Men For future management positions. If you feel you dm qualify, and wont higher earnings — APPLY — AMERICAN NATIONAL INSURANCE CO. Ordinary Division 2fM Grayztone Bldg^ 12W Decker Dr. »-!} DAILY See Jim Herd or Jim Barcelo NEED MEN Who sincerely wont to become electricians, maintenance engineers or plumbers. Up to «.SO per hour while training. Up to U per hour after licensed. Call Mr. Winiams, 5*3-3124 after < p.m. AVOID THE RUSH! HAVE YOUR CAR INSPECTED NOW. REAl " ILLINOIS, 3411 — Furnished J-bedroom h-->use. buis pcid, no pets. 532-79SS. LINDBERG, 140* — Unfurnished 2-teti- room house with gorooe, S60 Phone SS3-9U23. LONG DRIVE, 4B» — BricH 3-bedroom home. 1V 3 bcths. fenced bock yard, ex- ceMent condition. S100 rnontn. 5B2-SSS4. NAZRO, Jis W. — I-bedroam unfurnished apartment, close-in. Newly decorated. «5. SK-6438. SCHILLING, 4M — J-bedrooms, unfurnished. S40 month. Phone SS2-83S3 before 5.30 p.m. WEAVER, 108 — Clean, 3-room furntilit* house. Fo' information, Col 5^.5395. WINDY LANE, DOS — 4-Room unfurnished house. Nice ond clean, 230 wiring, washer connections. S35, SS2-54S3. 3 BEDROOM FURNISHED HOME — 3 baths, 2 air-conditioning units, carpet, fenced yard, large garage. Across the street from Catholic ond Public schools, 782-171«. 18. Bedrooms - Board AT CRE66R HOTEL ond oportnwnrs, you get good beds, gas heot, tub or snow. *r boths; quiet, homelike. No drunk*. £2-2326. 19. Business Rentals GOOD FOOD SERVED FAMILY STYLK Reasonable Rotes TYREE HOTEL 3301 Minnesota FOR RENT OR LEASE — Spoco In commercial building, centrally located, 238 N. Main, Highlands. Phon* buslneu, or residence,

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