The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 7, 1966 · Page 8
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6m Monday, March 7, 1966 Highlands Civic Will Promote Community By BARBARA UST1 A constitution and by - laws are being written for the newly organized Highlands Civic Council. The council was organized as a means of bringing together business, professional and civic club leaders to work for civic improvements in Highlands and East Harris County, H, H. Rosser, prominent civic leader, has been named chairman. Other officers elected to serve with him include Archie Loper, vice - chairman; Mrs. Polly Welch, secretary; and Oliver Harman, assistant secretary. As chairman. Rosier, will head WOMEN OFTEN HAVE BLADDER IRRITATION Alter 21. eoBxissa Kidney or Blidcier Ir- rit»!Soas affect twicr *s cmny wtwarn u zten «n<i ZSAT mafce you tense *ng nervous from too Jrwiuent. burning or ite&ice urination belt eJ»y and n)£tu. Secondarily, you may lose sleep and fu«er IKKS Beadaeaes. Baekacbes and fee! old. tired, depressed. In such Irritation. CYSTEX usually brings rast, relaxing comfort by curbing Ir.-itatlng eernu In strong, add urine an*£ by ana^e*lc pain relief- Get CYS^TSX at drugguu- Feel better fast. a central board composed of Glen Younse, Leonard Lamar, Frank Brewer. Bernie Miller. Mrs. .Polly Welch, Jim BrazziU. Ronnie Weber, Oliver Harman. Archie Loper, Jimmy Ezell, Jim Cunningham, Robert L. Creel. Gen« Scott, Mrs. Lois Helen Craig, Mrs. B. B. TaUey and Neil Hargrove, grouji leader, and has acquired a permanent meeting place. The club wCH hold its Tuesday night meetings in the Highlands State Bank Community Room from 7 to 9 p.m. At the last club meeting the group adopted chapter colors and a flower. Mrs. Shirley Smith Harold Longbotham. Swas "crowned" queen for the Harman was appointed chair- «••*«*• Two new members joined man of the committee to draw- up the constitution and by - laws. These are to be submitted for the group. A guest speaker, Mrs. Maurine Buehler. will speak at the approval at a regular public!next meeting. Mrs. Buehler is meetingon Thursday March 10. Jan active member of the Baytown <.;^ton*e ?™- *hec«. mm unU rr>mf> wel sni people. "Visitors are welcome to at- sistants for these men will come from the general membership. ^ ^ s m With the approval of the con-j.^ this ^.^3^ ^ open to stitutkxi and by - laws on March i .^ gentlemen ^-^ m ; ght j^ jn. 10, programs of community^ i^-j ie rested," Mrs. Hargrove said. provement "will be clear to move ahead, council leaders poi nt out. TOPS RECEIVE CHARTER The recently organized Highlands TOPS dub has received its charter, according to Mrs. La- COMMERCE Food Market 411 N. COMMERCE SPECIALS MON.-TUES.-WED. DOUBLE STAMPS TUESDAY OPEN 7:30 A.M.-6 P.M. DAILY WASHING POWDER Giant Box BITS-0-SEA GRATED 49 CURE Jlllll BITS-0-SEA TUHA LIQUID DETERGENT •• •• DOVE ~55 e UNCLE WILLIAM'S j* ^^ Pork'nBeans^ lO e KITTH CLASS MEETS The Ruth Class of Highlands First Baptist Church met for its monthly business meeting. Mrs. Pear! Barcelo. president, presided. The financial statement for the class, along vrith. ihs monthly grade averages was given by airs. Dot Powell who serves as secretary. It was reported that a punch bowl and cups recently donated to the church by the class are on display in the fellowship hall. A cooking utensil that the class plans to give for use in the church kitchen was shown by Mrs. Ruby Timmons. Refreshments of fried pies, cocoa and coffee were served to Minnie Todd, Myrna. Muldrow. Dot Powell. Pearl Barcelo. Mrs. Ruby Timmons. Mrs. Beth Magness, class teacher, and a visitor Mrs. Ruby Minter. Hostess for the meeting was Mrs. Timmons. BAKBEQUE DINNER A barbecue dinner given at the Crosby Parish Hall in honor of Sp. 4 Gerald L. Michalsky. was attended by two Highlands families, the Raymond Clements and the James Stasneys. Gerald, the son of Mr. and Mrs. I. V. Michalsky of Crosby, ft-s recently returned from Thailand. He will be home until March 12. when he reports to Fort Bliss in El Paso. Kiwanians Hear Talk On Emergence Of Malaysia Golden Ripe BANANAS Mustard GREENS Ruby Red GRAPEFRUIT Lb. lOc 15c 5 Bag 3/C Bruce Day, who spent most of 1965 in Malaysia, described the' country as an emerging nation! I but still primitive in many ways. I Day spoke to the Baytown Ki-1 wania Club Thursday at a regu- jlar luncheon meeting at the Tow- jer, illustrating his talk with slides on Malaysian scenery. The most important crop is rubber, he said, with rice ranking as second most important| Road work is still done by hand, stones are laid by hand and rice is planted by hand, sprig by sprig. Average pay in Malaysia is $33 monthly. Day said, and this amount usually supports a family with 12 to 14 children. A man is allowed to have four wives. Each state in Malaysia is ruled by a sultan. A king is elected by the sultans. The national religion is Mos- jlem. Day continued, and every Friday at noon the people go to pray at the Mosque. There are no public rest rooms or fresh milk and cars are rare. Day said he was driving the "big" car, a Falcon station wagon. Gasoline is two to three times higher than in the United States. Day said. The temperature is 90 "degrees during the day and 70 degrees at night, with no variation. The race of Malayans rule the country but do not have much i energy toward learning. Day said 'the Chinese in that country are the most aggressive, sharp and alert. Most of the Chinese are Buddhist but some are being j converted to Christianity. Malayans' weddings are four days long and their funerals are | short and simple. Chinese wed- j dings are simple but funerals I are very elaborate. The Indians are vegetarians and their religion is Hindu. The fourth race in Malaysia is com- posed of the Abirigones, who are very primitive and live in the forest in thatch huts. Day was introduced by Greg >avis. Guests were Fred Jones. Wink Lewis and two Circle K members, Roger Ward and Art HHL Parents, Teachers To Hear Dr. John Snyder Dr. John T. Snyder will speak Monday night on "Psychiatry in the Field of Education" at a meeting of Parents and Teachers of Exceptional Children in Anson Jones Elementary School auditorium. He will explain how a learning disability affects the emotiona makeup of a child and his parents. Dr. Snyder, who completed his residency in psychiatry at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, is a mem ber of the Mental Health Board of Baytown and is on the staffs of San Jacinto Methodist Hos pital and Gulf Coast Hospital. The meeting will begin at p.m. .. Bunch Attend Meeting .CAJRL AND Monte Young of \ Young Plumbing and Heating I Co. of Baytown. were among | o jl '"^ ; and &Irs . John R .Martin, j the more than 300 southeastern ^QQ Montana, and University of Dog Is Very Devoted DAI-LAS (AP) — Macks, a year-old German Shepherd, is devoted to his master, almos too much so. Recently his owner, J. L. Stu art of Dallas was walking Macks when he slipped on an icy spo and broke his right thigh. The devoted Macks would not per mit anyone near his master. Finally Mrs. Stuart was able to take Macks home. But while his master was in the hospita the dog would not eat unless an article of Stuart's clothing was placed nearby. OM Age Grants Up $3 For Medicare AUSTIN (AP) — Gov. John Conxuiuy said today the State Welfare Department is increas- Public Welfare today is approving aiv increase of each old age assistance grant by S3 a month. ing old age assistance grants not later than July 1. so that $3 a month to pay doctor's bills each recipient can pay his med> under the new state-federal j cal premium without a reduo medicare program. |tion in his assistance payment. CoanaUy spoke to a confer-! "in other words, a recipient ence called to discuss two re-!now receiving the maximum of cent acts of Congress, the Older,597 ^-m receive 5100, and he Americans Act and Medicare. i m ay. if he wires, enroll for the Connally said medicare will i medical coverage." pay hospital costs of all people j; over age 65, with a $40 deduct!-1 ble for each hospital admission, j Also for a premium of $3 a; month, which is matched by the: federal government, each per-j son over 63 can buy a medical! policy that will pay physicians j SO per cent of their charges aft-i er a deductible of 550 a year. "For those on old age assistance, the State Welfare Depart-i ment has made provision toj pay from state and federal; funds the $40 deductible p!usj the Srst 5S> of physicians' j services," Connally said. j "In addition, the Board of' Look For Free Movie Tickets On Classified Rent A Car Service As Low As $5.00 Per D*y CaQ 5SJ-S1S6 THAD FELTON Worthy Architect RAYMOND HANCE Martin, son lair conditioning dealers attend- jing a meeting in New Orleans |! at which it was predicted indus- jtrv volume would top $3 billion 'in 1965. Texas student, is the new chapter worthy architect of Alpha Rho Chi, professional architec- jtural society. CAn Invitation^) to study the Bible with us HEAR A SERIES OF THOUGHT-PROVOKING BIBLE MESSAGES PRESENTED WITH PLAINESS, CONVICTION, AND DIGNITY. TENTATIVE TOPICS Monday—"The SEm^icJty of th« Ancient Faith" Tuesday—"W*«T U T*i* stbt- Church?" Wednesday—"The Inspired Book" Thursday—"The Value of Your SouT ? Friday—"Anathema 1 Mtrarsatha !*' Saturday —"The New Birth" Sunday A.M.—"The fte*un*wctlon and A*cen«Jort of Chrlft" Sunday P.M.—"Toward The Twenty-First Century" The theme for the daily morning services wfll be "Lessons From The Sermon on the Mount." What Is Christianity? "Christianity is not, and never has been, a spineless yielding to other people's opinions, which is today so often mistakenly labeled Tolerance": It has been a fighting to the death, militant faith, and the T>eace' so often exploited as 'Christian' by non-Christians was not — in the teaching of its Founder — a physical peace; it was, 'Let not your heart be troubled' — a command given to men about to undergo almost immediate martyrdom after a militant affirmation of faith." WILLIAM E. WALLACE, Evangelist Indianapolis, Indiana .In humility we cherish tKe hop» that we may speak at the Bible speaks and bo silent as Hie Bible is sifent; preach the good news of salvation to the unredeemed; encourage the weary; lift up the fail- en; rfrengthen the saved and point the way of life everlasting to all whose lives we touch. To reproduce faithfully the church of the New Testa- tnent is our aim. That all believers may b« united in loyalty to Christ and His word is our plea. That Gqd may use us as * channel through which His blessings may flow into the fives of others is our •prayer. MONDAY, MARCH 7 THROUGH SUNDAY, MARCH 13 7:30 P.M. Monday IO.-00 A.M. and 7:30 P.M. Tuesday thru Saturday 10:45 A.M. and 7."00 P.M. Sunday CHURCH OF CHRIST pRurrr AT LOBIT STREET "WE WELCOME YOU" MEL\TEN M. LAWSON. Rickey L. Boyer and Herman A- Lee, left to right, look over a Machine called the AUen-tronic scope analyzer which "diagrnoses" nearly everything that can go wrong with a car engine. 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