The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 6, 1966 · Page 2
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Sunday, March 6, 1966 Candidate For Two Posts Sees No Interest Clash Truman Reed of Crosby, Dem-| ocratic candidate for Precinct 2 Count}' Commissioner, also is a candidate for re-election to the Crosby School Board. He cited the following opimon from the school district's legal MKinsel on his seeking election to both offices: '•There would be no conflict in a board of trustees member running for any other office in Harris County because the City OK's - (Continued From Page 1) representatives of the association appeared at the council'; family, church and friends. But j regular meeting on Feb. 24 and I have done so in the past and i Presented a P**** 01 ? asking th I "* want to continue, this role out of i council for permission to incor- ,r~ BULLETIN Defending; champion Snook ripped past Charming 61-40 today tving an all-time record ' want to continue this role out of \ a deep sense of devotion to thejporate and to withdraw its pro- betterment of Crosby — a connective finger back to Cedar niunity I am proud to be a|Ba_vou so that the new munici- member of and a peoole I amjpali'-y also could include that proud to serve. " ipart of the Tri - City Beach "I ha\> missed only one board meeting during my entire term area. The council took no action on of office. I pledged myself upon Fel ?:. 24 <>*» than to receive the being elected that I would te-l come a member of the board However, council mem . V01cea °? sympathy with incorporation plans. Final does not have a paid position [never as an individual \C-ith an!<?PP rovai of * e annexation Fn- __„ _____ J ______ . . school district board member Ivorking with others alwavs and ! in the operation of the school}axe to grind, district The board of trustees! member could hold both off ices [ y amoumed to rejecuon of the _ . . , , . Tri -City Beach area group's re- One important undertaking 1 r quest. at the same time as long as one! has always stood in front of me Plans for incorporation of both ,- " .. t .- ™~,,riH)o!—- to familiarize myself and be,the Tri - Citv Beach area and did not become imcomparible QID ji*>v kjtr«j.\^» i;c .nisv-w"*^" »••»"»— •- . t with the -othe" and as long as k fP* current with information j Mont Belvieu apparenUy were there was no conflict of interest : vltal to the educational progress • stimulated by Baytown's annex- the holdin" of the two posi-i of m >* community that I might jation movements into Chambers ° ! T 1 ^* 5»M<» +/x Vs-artji*- Ti»*3 »•».-. f3n.*! 1 /^y.m.^i*.^ in Sorts. 1 able to better judge - County. j. u- >-u™a.nt in! 3 * 0 * 13 and & ive appropriate en-! City council members view R^™ate^*^™ nt "coura^ment to those associated their strv annexations not as regard to his candidacy lo.. ^ my schoo} ^^ so ^ U^ats to the growth of Cham- sclxxx trustee. *««» i™«*i,, A^.>ii** *%*•**..»**.*. *u«. *,„«-* stee. j we jointly could provide the tj'pe "There is nothing precedent-, of qua i ity education our children setting in a candidate seeking j requ!red To ^ en ^ the wel _ the return to a non-paying °t-if are and operation of our schools fice (school board member) andj has ^^^ foremost 5n everything as a mem- at the same time seeking, if not T haVe donc Qr said indeed holding, another elective tber of ^ board _ office. "The decision to move to "In this connection I wish to new community is almost with- bers County municipalities but as necessary movements to protect Baytown's growth area. The council began extending the Bavtowa city limits intc Chambers County after announcement by the U.S. Steel Corp. on Dec. 8 of plans to build a huge steel plant here. This annexation activity has state with the utmost of unequi-1 cut exception j u a ge d upon the - J - — vocal- clarity that if elec ted as; raer its of its schools and church-j resulted in some interest from Commissioner of Precinct 2 I; eg — ^ Q Cgree o j quality edu-|l->.S. Steel officials about the have no intention of resigning | cat j ona j and "spiritual climate af-j Batter- as a member of the Board oi forded These factors are| Several weeks ago two U.S. Trustees of toe Crosby School: welghed upon heavi]y by indus . Steel representativ'es visited j tries and their employes. District should I also turned to the office. "I make this statement with a i "I feel the collective efforts keen awareness of the personal'of the present board of trus- sacrifices involved in holding t ees Xv i3i s how a continued de- both positions since vsch ^ termination to make the Crosby board meeting ^^ _ " d ~ r j v j n _' system attractive in appeal and mem'beWof mMy evenings with equal in curriculum with any i school system, anywhere, of DECKER DRIVE IN THEATER __ TONITE — 3 FEATURES 3 k 30 COUNTRY MUSIC STARS HUHTZ. LEO ooftctY STaiK> 1 « R SltR 2nd FEATURE "Quick Before It Melts" 3rd FEATCRE "Hootenanny Hoot" SUNDAY DOUBLE FEATURE THRU TUES. §«Vand STFJUJN6! I comparable size. I predict Cros- bers County officials. jby will continue to move forward with progress." Rites Set Sunday For Baytonian Mrs. Wanda Beatrice Virginia iVoortman. 48, of 315 Neal, died at 9 p.m. Thursday i n a Houston hospital. She was born May 23, 1917, in Leesville, La., and had i lived in Baytown 24 years. She is survived by her hus- jband, Ray T. Voortman of Ba.i jtoviii; one daughter. Mrs. Joan i Quinn of Hobbs. N.M.; one ; grandson, Lester Ray Quinn of i Hobbs; five sisters, Mrs, Verr i Phillips of Orange; Mrs. Almeda [O'Shield of Woodlake. Calif., here with Mayor Seaborn Cravey and City Manager Fritz Lan ham to obtain information. And Thursday afternoon five representatives of the steel company were in Baytown to obtain additional information from Cravey and Lanham. They has., visiied earlier Thursday with Judge Nelson and other Cham- During both of th e visits to Baytown, the U.S. Steel officials were non-commiual about their attitude toward Baytown's protective annexation, Cravey and Lanham reported. Lanham said the steel company representatives were in - terested Thursday only in the annexation plans. Information the State Schoolboy Basketball Tournament. Funeral Notices FRANK Funeral services for Alex FronX, **. of Barren Station wilt be heia at 2:30 D-m. Suvjoy at Shltoh Missionary eastist Churcft. with tne Rev. G. S. Matnews of- ilctatina. _ . A retired county env'^ye, Frank died Tuesday afternoon in o Houston hospital. Suricl will be in Evfrfareen Cemetery, under direction ot Walker Funeral Home. Survivors are his wlcow, Mrs. Louise Frank, and four brothers. Joe Frank oi Crosby, Jock, Albert and Wiikin Fronk, all of Betxnont. VOORTMAN Mrs. Wcnao Beatrice Viralnia Voort. mcn. 48. ol 315 Neat ST., died at 9 p.m. Thur-jloy in a Housra-i hospital. Sfte was, . corn Mov 23. 19)7. in Leesuille. Ln.. QnO j gin at not! lives in Baytown 24 yeors. She is survived by her husband. Roy | T. voorrman of BayTown; on« daughter,! Mrs. Joan Quinn of Hobbs. N.Aft.; one} Businessmen To Study Area Downtown Plans A public meeting for explanation of improvements made to downtown Freeport and Lake Jackson business districts will be held Monday. March 28. The meeting is being sponsored by Baytown's Central Business District Study Committee, headed by Bill Strickler. A presentation will be made by Bill Parker, a Vow Chemical Co. employe who planned the Freeport and Lake Jackson improvements. A few weeks ago several of the Baytown studj- committee members and city officials visited the Brazosport area to sec some of the improvements made to Lake Jackson and Freepori stores. The March 28 meeting will be) p.m. in the city ha;' OPEN PAJ.Y f . Lester Roy Quinn of Hobbs; i iive sisters, Mrs. Verc Phillips of Or-1 ano*. Mrs. Almedo O'Shieid of wood-i lake. Colit., Mrs. Oool Burkeff of Say!own, AArs. Ann Lcvergne of Hemphiil, Tex., end Mrs. Vema Johnson of Port Arthur; one brother, waiter Croweu of St. AuQusiine, Tex.; two aunts, Mrs. R. H. Busn of Josper. Tex., and Mrs. Henry Hunter of Anococo, La. Funercl services will be held ct 2 P.TX Sunday ot Paul U. Lee Choei, with the Rev. Pool w. Stephens of Second Bop- . tist Church ond the Rev. A. E. Wsatherly i »,„ hol^ ^t T -in ^ m of Garth Rood Boptist Church, officiating, j oe "em ai ± .-5J p.m. Burial will be in Cedar Crest Cemetery jEarthman Chapel. oncer direction of Paul U. Lee Funeral Bayfonians' Kin To Be Buried Here Funeral services for Barney Dee Harrison. 72 of Tyler wil al at WRIGHT Mrs. Tula Artnie wriorif. 75. of !717 He is survived by three sons, William E. Harrison of Tyler, H. R. and J. D. Harrison, both ; two daughters. of Boytown. Six grandchildren and Cedcr Bayou Rood, died ct her home at! o f 5 a.m. Friday. She was born July 3. 1890. : , „, at the Fran* suscti Ranch m the west|\V. M. Ferrell of Bavtown and bonk of Goose Creek and hod lived hereh>r__ T •£• T?«nxi,.,- n ** n .. „* /-~™ an her life. Mrs. J. F. Brandstetter of Carn,« s - l Ji. l5 .5 urv1 'lS? by * >er husbond - Al! «" eron; three sisters. Mrs. Dora Wright; three douahters, Mrs. Louise En- ... I ,-, '„ ..,- derli, Mrs. Anna Peort Thomas and Mrs. Ward Or Baytown, Mrs. MmniC ..,„, -, . ~Iarshey of Channelview and Til Mrs. Roxie Stockbridge of Big held" oT' 4 p.m.' Sandy. Twelve grandchildren !. j. Davis Jr. jand five great - grandchildren urcn, °ffi- |a j so surv j ve Burial will be In Ceoar Crest Cemetery! 'Rnrial will hp in ^nn Tpr'ntn •Jnaer direction of Paul U Lee Ganeral i • ourlal w - u De ln san J3CJ1IO "«"«- i Memorial Park. The pallbearers, o!l neohews, are W S Busch Jr.. Adrian Busch, Earl Gamble. J- T. Moore Jr., Earnest Wrisnt and W. P. Wnaht Jr. Beail's Observes 43rd Anniversary O'Brien Buys Prime Beef At Stock Show Tillman O'Brien, Baytown grocer, purchased 40 head of livestock Thursday in the commer- j cial division of Houston Live _, ,., _ 'stock Show. Beall s Department Stores this Th P 40 head weigh about c , O'Brien said. The cattle the company. Dave ^ the comrne rcial division are f^pr^f \™%£™^ n ~**^ t ™%~ raised . more for comm ercial ~" f "™ """ lalities than for provide more information o, ! t h e '"4S-stoM"Rp a lT7h a in on^T 1 "They have more meat and their plans for a steel mill just IT ;„ T °v^ "^^t-.less fat." the grocer said c-i! lexas -. The beef will be shipped next Sherron pointed oat that the w>eek to O'Brien's. The cattle three original co - founders start- were s3aughte red Friday and are that they obtained included i copy of Baytown's comprehensive plan, which shows the expected areas of growth. Mayor Cravey said the U.S. Steel officials indicated they willj"^"^-^^'^"^^" as soon as definite plans are made. The city council is concerned with protecting its areas of growth not only to the east but also to the north. Plans are to connect the fin- ed the business in 1923 in Hen-j to be left to hang for aglng for A Division ol th« S. S. Kr««je Company MONDAY ONLY WHILE QUANTITIES LAST! V^ • • •• Bombshells Monday Only! QUALITY 110- LB. BARBELL HEALTH SET Charge If! 13.93 Includes: revolving weights, knurled sleeve, two dumbbell handles, instructions. Charge it! FAMOUS AC AND CHAMPION RE-MANUFACTURED PLUGS! Our Reg. S for 7.89 Monday Only! Q O For Fully guaranceed. energized for power, performance and economy. Have faster scares, enjoy more 'go* power, more gasoline power. Sold only in sers of 8. Buy several sets today. Charge it. PLENTY OF FREE PARKING AVAILABLE derson. Beail's 43rd anniversary- sale ia few days, cattle wdl be the biggest ever staged Hereford and Angus. by the company, Sherron said. re gi st ered JMrT Opri"Wtett~oTBa>=: ! er *™* «5j^ed ^. ** Ball's 's^ff-of buyers; ^L^'SS f^salf nl^Th!^ iMrs. Ann Lavergne of Hemphill. |southern Pacific Railroad nght-,Beall's New York representa -\™^ be ° m * "*"* S 6 BS l X !Tf»Y =>nri IVTr^; Voma Tnhn^^r, ^f Of-W3y With a Strip that extends tivpc: hnvp Kparr-hprl thp natinn'ci ;Tex.. and Mrs. Verna Johnson of [Port Arthur; one brother, Walter j Crowe!! of St. Augustine, Tex.; jtwo aunts, Mrs. R. H. Bush of I Jasper, Tex., and Mrs. Henry ! Hunter of Anacoco, La. [ Funeral services will be held [at 2 p.m. Sunday at Paul U. Lee j Funeral Home Chapel, with the I Revs. Paul Stephen of Second i Baptist Church and A. E. Weath-i erly of Garth Road Baptist :-way east along Highway 90 to Cedai Bayou. However, the exact route of this planned annexation hat not been determined. Mayor Cravey pointed out Fi day that the extension of the protective finger farther east tives have searched the best markets for the entire year to secure anniversary offerings which are better than ever before. Fashion lines are being up graded in style and quality with famous Palls, New York and along Interstate 10 will enable; California fashions, 3 quicker decision on permitting igaid. the incorporation of Mont Bel-' Council members have said i Church, officiating. jthey are ^ QDposed to incor _ Burial wiU b e in Cedar Crest j yo ration of M J nt Belvieu. but j Cemetery under direction of ^gy want Baytown's growth '•Paul U. Lee Funeral Home. ONLY 3 DAYS LEFT &•••*: .V~-JAMESCOBURN-IEEI.COBB-GILAGOUN| EDWARD MUlHAfiE-^oiw«.-;.,- it sis nwic rt si ru; - isrci * wi.i tm COLC5 by DE I'JXE-CINEMSSCOPE Rites Set Sunday For Barrett Station Man Funeral services for Aler' Frank, 63, of Barrett Station will be held at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at S h i 1 o h Missionary Baptist area fully protected first. The March 18 hearing will be on annexation of a I/Moot wide strip 1,400 feet east on Inter-. state 10 right - of - way and!Church, with the Rev. G. S. south on a county road right- Mathews officiating, of-way. a total distance of two! A retired county employe, i miles. j Frank died Tuesday afternoon And the proposal is to extend j in a Houston hospital. the 10 - foot wide strip two morej Burial will be in Evergreen miles into Chambers County on! Cemetery, under direction of Ability Tests At 1C Are Scheduled Monday The School and College Ability >nc ana T est . ^ e entrance exam for Lee Sherron | Colle S e . vviu fe e given at 9 a.m. Monday and 6 p.m. Tuesday in the college auditorium. Wallace Heaner, director of testing and counseling at LC. said that all students planning to enter Lee College for the summer or fall terms should take the examination. No advanced arrangements are required, and Tri - City Beach Road right-of- way. This would be four - mile- long finger. Walker Funeral Home. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Louis Frank, and four brothers. The council voted 5-0 Friday Joe Frank of Crosby, Jack, Alon both the final action annex- jbert and Wilkin Frank, all of ing the first two - mile strips Beaumont, and calling the March 18 hearing on additional annexations. Councilman Robert Barnes land Don Hullum were absent I from the special meeting. BRUNSON Before most girls ever get serious about boys, Daisy had cone the whole bit. Love at 15. Married at 16. Divorced at 17. Even when the fame came, Daisy would rather drive 3 garbage truck. Because that's what the whole finky world was about. Wasn't it...? 5 LOADED BIG DAYS -STARTING SUNDAY- Natalie 111 puimme IN A PAKULA-MULUGAN PRODUCTION msine Daisy cuiver the story of what they did to a kid... I ON WARNER BROS RECORDS. Former Baytonians Lose Home In Fire Mr. and Mrs. Arlis Taylor, formerly of Baytown. lost their trailer home in a fire in Colorado Springs, Colo. The trailer was burned last week in a fire at Red Rock Canon Mobile Village, 3221 W. Colo- 'rado Ave. The Taylors lost everything in th e fire, their Baytown relatives said. Friends interested in helping the Taylors may phone Mrs. Glen Smith, 566-5883, or Mrs. E. L. McDaniel, phone 583-5179. Taylor is the son of Mrs. A. C j Taylor of Baytown. no material is necessary, Heaner j added BRUNSON LAST DA? 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Handsome vinyl plastic nylon reinforced attache case •is waterproof, scuff resistant and stain resistant it cleans easily with soap and water. Size 17x12x4" Monday only. Limit 1 per customer. Charge rt HANDY STYRENE CAKE TRAYS WITH "LOCK-ON" COVERS 96 Charge It! Monday Only! Unique 13x6" cake tray and cover sees can be stacked on top of one another ro save storage space. Extra- high cover locks on the tray, will fit over fullsize cakes. Charge it at Kmart. lit Monday Only ORTHEFAMIUV Gillette RIGHT GUARD Monday Only! GILLETTE RIGHT GUARD DEODORANT Charge It! ' Family'; V- Size : Seven-ounce size . . . for ? all the family. Save! Contemporary 3 WAY POLE LAMPS 2.97 3 tier lamps, 3-way con« trol switch. Floor-tO' ceiling styling. Charge it, Chorq* 111 BAYTOWN •sol M PRUETT STREET K MART PLAZA OPEN DAILY 9 to 9 FREE PARKING BAYTOWN 'SOI N. PRUETT STREET K-MART PLAZA /i

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