The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 4, 1966 · Page 3
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Friday, M«rcK 4, 1966 Famous for Seafoods & Steaks Lobster Tails * Froq Legs * Fried Oyst ers Stuffed flounder * Oyster Dinners Broiled or Fried Chicken German-style Sauerkraut with Sausage Oysters on the Half Shell ZEISIG'S AND SUFFER CJLCB Open 4 P.M. Saturday At Morgan's Point - La Porte Reservation: GA 1-OS70 Try Sun Classified Ads U.S. Steel To Move Into Matherne Plant By FREI> HARTMAN U.S. "Steel moves into Baytown headquarters on April 1 with the first group of employes which include real estate, law and engineering representatives of the national firm which has over 12,000 acres of land at its dispos- „ __. has taken a lease on the building at 207-211 "A'est Pearce that has housed Matheme's Office Supply and Printing Plant since 1956. The Ma theme firm by the mid- 31 here. The company holds the title of manager, real "We will have more room for. ing from 1950 to 1956, and at Margaret Callaway came Matherne, one of the owners of the Matheme's. Remodeling of the present Matherne building will be rushed as soon as it can be vacated next weekend. Extensive interior changes will be made to furnish office and work space for the new tenants. The former Sun building has been undergoing extensive re modeling also for the past several weeks, young Matherne die of March will move to the said. The company is spending f —_—„_ r?n<r*n<.>~. c»>« Ki»ii/Hn» ?>* about $30,000 in installing new floors, ceilings, lights and display windows to make room for expanded plans for the retail former Baytown Sun building at Pearce and Ashbel. Completion of these negotiations was announced by Norman O. McElvany of U.S. Steel, who I store and printing plant- Guaranteed to Cover in Just One Coat! Save '2.50 One Coat Acrylic Latex 3 99 Gallon Smooths on like silk, dries in just 30 minutes to a beautiful flat finish. No •unpleasant painty odor. Tools and hands wash clean with water. SHOP FRIDAY NIGHT TO 9:00 SATURDAY 9:30 TO 6:00 CHARGE IT on Sears Revolving Charge FRIDAY NIGHT SATURDAY SPECIALS Vacuum Bags Bedspread Sale! '/2 Price 2, 98c Twin Size Reg. 16.98 $ 11 Full Size Reg. 18.98 12 Throw-away bags for most makes, models of See this beautiful assortment. Spreads have vacuum cleaners. Friday and Saturday ooly. Assorted Fishing Lures 28C Ea Values to 57c to 99c Curtain Assortment Regular 1.98 to 2.49 Charcoal Lighter Fluid Regular 39c Now Only Quart Barbie Dream House Regular 2.97 Now Only SHOP AT SEARS AND SAVE Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back Sears 711 W. Texas Ave. Baytown, Texas Phone 582-8131 our general office supplies, gifts, engineering and drafting items and a much larger space for office furniture and stationery," Matherne said. "Also, our printing- plant will hav e a much larger space, and several new pieces of equipment will be added." Matherne said the entire project is being pushed to accommodate the U.S. Steel people. Matheme's commercial printing plant was once a part of The Baytown Sun operation, but was separated in 1950 when the Matheme family sold most of its interests in The Sun. The two firms operated in the same build- that time the new Matheme building was erected nearby. Robert Matherne has been in Baytown since 193l when he came her e to join the staff of the then Tri - Cities Sun. He was active in the management of the newspaper for nearly 20 years and at the time of the sale he was sole owner. Moving back to The Sun building will be a "move back home" for many Matherne employes. Willis Eichelberger has been an employe since 1932. Charles W. Wherley's employment as a printer began in 1935. Alpha Fisher. Margie Bearden and to work alter the end of Worid War H. "And don't forget we will have a 50 by 100 - foot parking lot just 75 feet away from our building," Matherne reminded. "It will be paved as soon as weather permits. The lot adjoins the Creger Hotel." Late last year R. W. Matherne joined Matheme's and is now a partner. H e is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Matherne. Miss Callaway is office manager of the company, and Herbert L. Boggess is sales manager. Retail, office and production employes number over 20. BAYTOWN OFFICER IS ON SECOND VIET NAM STINT Capt. Stephen H. Hopkins is on lis second tour of duty in Viet Xam with the Hawk missile un- t. He is stationed with the Sixth Battalion, A1954 graduate of lobert E. Lee High School, he graduated in 1958 from Sam louston State College. He is the son of Mrs. Frankey Hopkins of Saytown and the nephew of Mrs. C. H. Tipton of Baytown ENLISTS IN ARMY Harry O. Sappington Jr., son of Dr. and Mrs. Harry O. Sappington, 312 N. Burnet, has en- isted in the U.S. Army. After jasic training at Fort Polk, La,, vanced training in air defense 1 missiles, according to the Bay-! town Army recruiter. Staff Sgt.; J. E. Beckworth. AIRCRAFT MECHANICS A-3c John C. Vaughn, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hall, 203 Pamela, has graduated at sheppard Air Force Base from the training course for aircraft mechanics. Airman Vaughn, who attended Robert E. Lee High School, is being assigned to Stewart Air Force Base. Term., for duty with the Tactical Air Command, NAVAL AIR STATION Airman Apprentice Tommy W. a 40-hour course in aviation fundamentals at the Naval Air Station in Kingsville. The course gives students a sound back ground in Naval Aviation. Subjects include Naval history, aerodynamics, theory of flight, aircraft systems. Gore is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gore, 719 Harold Lane. SHEFPARD Airman Thomas L,. Dreher, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Dreher, 519 Sheldon, Channelview, has been selected lor training at Sheppard AFB as an aircraft maintenance specialist. He is a Your TeleScope- By CYNTHIA IXJWKV AP TV-Radio Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Actors are considered by nonactors to be an artistic breed apart. They must be, or why would Bonaet- ing journalists constantly ask them why they took this part or that And actors, rising gracefully to a silly question, faithfully play the game — the story "excited" them, the part had great "potential." No one ever mentions the crass necessity of a job and income, although the high proportion of swimming pools and foreign sports cars to successful actors indicates that somebody thinks about jobs and incomes. It was when asked what led him back refreshing indeed to soap opera, Macdonald Carey replied frankly: "There just aren't enough pictures being made in Hollywood. In fact. Tve been going to Europe at least once a year for the past 30 to make movies. I had two plays and they both closed before we could get to Broadway. And with all the tours I've been on — eight plays and four musicals — I estimate that out of 24 years of my marriage, I've been at home about 12 altogether." Carey now stars in NBCTs serial, "Days of Our Lives," a creation of the queen of the daytime dramas, Irna Phfllips. A respected, established stage, screen and television actor, Carey seems to have trav- led in a big circle. Twenty- eight years ago he played a young doctor in NBC's radio close to home — NBC studios are a 10 minute drive from his Beverly Hills home — did not turn out to be as simple os he anticipated. "It took me a month to settle down to the business of learning a new part each day," he said. "Even now there are some horrible moments, but the mind is getting greased and it is easier to work. Actually, the discipline is very good for the actor." Carey said he has been impressed by the quality of the writing in the series, and by the interesting themes being developed, "I like to think it is a little different, too. because we have an agreement not to play any of our parts as though we were sorry for ourselves." he said. "In fact, we even try to put a little humor into the show." ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY RENT A CAR Pvt. Sappington will receive ad-Gore of Baytown has completed | ^ graduate of Channelview soap." "Woman in White." Now Only One Trustee Hopeful In 3 Districts Unopposed The Wednesday filing deadline are Truman Reed, incumbent. 'or positions on school boards in La Porte, Mont Belvieu and Crosby ended with only one candidate unopposed. He is D. O. Laird, incumbent •or Position 4 in the La Porte District. Laird was board vice president this year and is an employe of Humble Oil & Refining Co.'s Baytown Refinery. In all three districts the election date is Saturday, April 2, Dr. Gordon Burdick, incum bent for Position 5 in the La Porte District has one opponent, O. W. Ketron. Ketron, an em- ploye of Rhom & Haas, filed Tuesday. The incumbent is medical director for Ethel Corp. In Mont Belvieu. Whalen Green, 45-year-old employe of Tenneco Oil Co. filed Wednesday morning as the sixth candidate for two vancacies. Other candidates are N. G. Durdin, an employe of Shell Oil Co.; Billy Gene Lawrence. J. M, Huber Co.; Norris Thomas Jr.; Billy M. Condry, Sunray DX Oil Co.; and Ben Smith, Warren Petroleum. Green, a 1938 graduate of Barbers Hill Hign School, has one child in school and another of pre - school age. His wife also "attended the Barbers Hill schools. Calvin Johns, vice president of the board this year, and Sebern Dillard, will both conclude three - year terms on the board. Neither filed for the April 2 election. In the Crosby election the two incumbents each have one opponent For Position 1 are A. J Sehmidl, incumbent, and Bob Bradley. Position 2 candidates and Andrew Spence. Bradley, an electrician at Rhom &. Haas, ran ast election and was defeated. Spence. a chemist who owns his own chemical plant at Crosby, ias been a board candidate in years past. Sehmidl is a Baytown Refinery employe and Reed owns Eleed Bakeries in Pasadena. Other Crosby School Board members are James Swell, president, Eddie Faust, secretary, W. L. Loftin, Floyd Remkes and W. A. Hearn, jHigh School -He recently finished basic training at Lackland. OFFICER SCHOOL Jesse O. Pearce Jr. of Channelview is now a second lieutenant in the Army. He graduated from Infantry Officer Candidate School at Fort-Benning, Ga. A 1959 graduate of Channelview High School, he entered the he is a doctor again — and a grandfather — in the series that started last November. Carey confessed that settling down to a regular acting job Man, Woman Beaten To Death During Robbery WIGHTTA FALLS (AP) — An elderly man and woman were beaten fatally in their combination grocery store and home Thursday night, apparently during a robbery. Mrs. John G. Bagby died about three hours afterward. Her husband succumbed to massive head injuries early today. Both were in their 70s. Police found the cash register emptied. They had not determined how much money was taken. Officers held two men for questioning but did not disclose the reason. A two - foot length of concrete reinforcing steel and an apron, both smeared with blood, were discovered beneath the Bagbys' living quarters. tioned in Germany. His parents and wife, Dorothy, live at 16115 ipruce, Channelview. PRE-FLIGHT SCHOOL Naval Aviation Cadet Billy Craig, son of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Craig of 1730 Hillcrest, Baytown, s attending Naval Pre - Flight School at the Naval Air Station in Pensacola, Fla. During the five - week course, he will study aerodynamics, math, physics, naval orientation, navigation, engineering, leadership and other subjects essential o becoming an officer. AT LONG BEACH Gunner's Mate Third Class ?"rankie Spicer, son of Mrs. Jack Xombs, 910 Knowlton Road, has returned to Long Beach, Calif., aboard the guided missile frigate USS Reeves after a weeklong Pacific Fleet exercises off the coast of California. The exercise was held by the fleet's Destroyer Squadron Nine ships. HAVE YOUR CAR INSPECTED NOW Application For Conditional Voter Registration Certificate ~ (As prescribed by Voter Registrar in accordance with Election Code) TO: Carl S. Smith, Assessor and Collector of Taxes, Harris County, Houston, Texas: I. (print or type name), hereby apply for a Conditional Voter Registration Certificate under the provisions of Section 34b of the Texas Election Code, and by this instrument furnish you the information necessary to enable you to prepare my certificate. I have not been issued a poll tax receipt or an exemption certificate entitling me to vote in either state and local elections or in federal elections for the voting year 1966. Age years Sex Occupation I have resided in Texas years. I have resided in Harris County years. I have resided in (name of city or town) years. I was born in (name of state if native-born; name of country if foreign-born). I am a (fill in native-born, or, naturalized) citizen. My home address in Harris County is (Street address if resident of incorporated city or town; otherwise, route and box number.) Mail my registration certificate to me at the following address: I understand that the giving of false information to procure the registration of a voter is a felony. (Signed) *By (see below) THIS APPLICATION MUST REACH THE OFFICE OF THE ASSESSOR AND COLLECTOR OF TAXES NOT LATER THAN MIDNIGHT, MARCH 17, 1966. DO NOT APPLY FOR A REGISTRATION CERTIFICATE IF YOU HAVE ALREADY BEEN ISSUED A POLL TAX RECEIPT OR AN EXEMPTION CERTIFICATE FOR THIS YEAR. Persons holding paid receipts, nonpaid receipts for voting in federal elections, or exemption certificates do not need to reregister under the provisions of the Emergency Registration Law. •NOTE: Husband, wife, father, mother, son or daughter may sign for each other. (Brother and sister cannot sign for each other.) as low as 55.00 per day THAD FELTON OF BAYTOWN 382-8136 CA 8-0751 (Houston) Cool Come to our Salad Buffet this Saturday Night. Choose the salad y°u like from a large selection of salads and dressings. SUNDAY BUFFET This is a complete meal served from 11:30-1:30 Adults $2.00 Children lOc per year of age N ew ower Baytown Decker Drive We will move soon (to where we started 31 years ago] to the corner of Ashbel and Pearce streets (the old Baytown Sun building which has been thoroughly renovated). To save us tme in moving merchandise in our store, we are . . . SLASHING PRICES On many of our desk lamps, wall hangings, pictures, all gift Items, stationery, ball point pens (in dozen lots) from T ° 33 % OFF Make your choice early ... as these prices on items marked will hold only until we start moving around March 12, or as long as present stock holds. It's a good time to get needed gifts for graduation, the man in your life, or your home, at bargain prices. And if you see something you like that is not marked down, we'll make a concession on any item you want. matherne's 207-21 I West Pearce

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