The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 8, 1966 · Page 2
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Moon Call Stock Quotes (Cowrtoy «f Dwnps«y-T*9«l*r ft Co.. Inc.) Tuesday. March 8, 1966 . Chalmers Store 35% 20% 53 S3X 63 Oil BWfaSteel Corp 69% 35% 68% 76 53 Mother - (Ooatimed From P*e» 1) Mrs. Williams said Taylor would not accept the $25 money Ethyl Corp Ford ..- ., 51%| onier - That plus the S60 would Dairies --- 23%i llave amounted to J8S. leaving a E3ec 107*i j balance of $14 due on the rent. she said. She added she bad been paying $22 a month for the Gen Motors 97% Gen Tel *• Elec 40% Gen Tire 31% Georgia-Pacific 59% Gillette Ddta Air Diamond Alk 35% Douglas Aircraft ......... 94% TtowChem '. Dresser Ind DuPont Gordon's Jewelrv 34% °fi from Greyhound ...." 20% and did i GuM Oil 51% Gulf States Util 23% ....218 El Paso Nat Gas ........ 20% YMCA -- (OMtutued From Page 1) The gym also will have facilities for badminton* volleyball tennis, shuffle board Halliburton 48% Hoffman Eiectr 22 Ho L&P 49% Interfake Steel 3S% house. She said she got behind in her rent because she was cut welfare program and did not receive any checks in November or December. Welfare officials told her to go to court and file a non-support suit against her husband who is in Florida. She filed the suit on Dec. 27 in Houston and welfare checks were resumed in January. She said she had no income during November IBM 499 Jones & Laugh 63% Kerr-McGee 68 Ling-Tempco-Vought 58?x|and December. Magnavox 99^4 When she was cut off the wel- Marathon Oil 52 fare rolls, the housing authority Monsanto 79%ldirector sent her a card on Nat Dist 32*6 j Nov. 22, 1965, she said, and told ^__ ^ New York Central TSSijher her rent had been increased Gymnastics wrestling and box Penn RR 66%!to S37 a month. "They gave no fo~ Pepsi Cola 77K-reason." she said, and she told Three handball courts a re'Philips Pet 53 jihem she could not pay that planned. Two of these will be RCA 51 much. masonary and one wffl be an!Raytheon 47UJ Mrs. Williams said she has all - wood court. This will be ; Schiumberger 74%'to live on $114 a month she re- available for squash and oaddle:Sears 56 ceives in state aid to dependent ball as well as handball. (Shell 59-,* children each month. A basket system will be used!Sinclair 56%; Asked why she did not work. for the control of locker rooms. | Socony % she said she had nowhere to Digest . The girls- locker and dressing Sperry - Rand ........... 19H leave the small children area will be equioped with pri- Stan Cal ............. .... i2 vate stall showere and dressing Stan Ind ' beoths and full length lockers, Taylor said her rent is estab- by the amount she re- Stan N J 76*i; ce i ves from welfare. The'men's and bovs' dressing Stan Ohio 60%| "She's had 60 days to find a and locker room * will have Stauffer Chem t^jplace to live. It was on court benches, racks and storagejfun OU Border «»t she vacate the prem- for clothing and other arti- Sunray <. 30 ises," Taylor said. shower room will'Syntex 101^ | Taylor said he would not ac- Tecnnicolor 15?4! ceD t the $25 money order be- Tenn Gas ^^l cause that was after the court Texaco "5 I ordered Mrs. Williams evicted, Texas Eastern 20% j -j^, e entire board of commis- *™l women's I T e x as Gulf Sul 116 'gibers of the housing authority dSng^ahr^ke^^rnTw^'Tidewater ^reviewed her case and made . ~^f>__^ «.„ „,. —,-,:Tjmon Carbide b4^^! thp decision o large be built with a toweling and ' •washroom area Counter lava- access to the : to the gym is a com-! ^ _, area where cold and; hot drinks will be dispensed and light snacks will be sold from vending machines. The second phase of construction will begin this summer, including facilities for the swimming pool tennis courts, parking and the site work. Armsworth said the first phase of construction is expected to be finished about Sept. 15- Poetry Contest Winners Listed Baytown winners in the National Poetry Contest, sponsored by Catholic Daughters of America were announced Monday by I,frs. W. R. McFerren, education chairman of the Court Ma- Union Oil of Ca^ ......... a- Un»ed Air Lines ........ 115 '! the decision on eviction, Taylor [continued. j oilman" currently serving on the housing authority board, defend- "This is not something that was done on the spur of the _.,. .moment. Western Equities :»%j ca mD bell a former city coun- Westinghouse 61%' ' Xerox 217% __ ^ ed the action in evicting the woman. "This problem could get so out of hand."' Campbell said, referring to Housing Authority renters not paying their rent Pointing out the government housing problem was not a "relief agency," Campbell said, "We have to have the money. Those who live here must by all means contribute to the rent." Watching the eviction proce- Mental -- (Continued From Page 1) tardation Centers. The latter group is planning on use of existing facilities in Jefferson Davis Hospital, which will increase the services now offered. Requirements are in-patient care, out - patient care, partial hospitalization, emergency care and consultation and education ter Dei. In Division 2 the first place winner was Lois Wikstrom. Carolyn Kay Juenger won second place and Theresa Eilers, third place. Candy Ciruti was the winner in Division 3. Cash awards will be given . F= tupped i^^^pbell ^nook^^ea^ pecially available when diagnostic and rehabilitative and and after services this grieves my heart to see this. But almost seven years she ON EGGS • Beaumont ar«» t» again rocked by an earth tremor Monday. Two similar waves Jolted the city early la»t month. • Residents of Scurry County, named after a Confederate general. William K**ii (Dirty Shirt) Scurry, are doing tfaelr share to help keep Viet Nam clean. They donated a ton o! soap, collected in part by a drive-In theater which required bars of soap for admittance. » An 58,000 plaque will mark tfce site of ***<* assassination of President John F. Kennedy In Dallas. • Sen. Clifford Case, R-N.J., urges the Senate committee on Standards and Conduct to recommend that senators and Senate employes be required _to_ From AP Wires disclose their fi&anclal interests • The Ftood and Drug Administration today ordertd removal trom the market ol hundreds of antibiotic lozenges and other antibiotic preparations on the grounds that they are. not effective against sore throats as claimed in their labeling. AU antibiotic k>zeng«s s°ld without prescriptions or promote/! lor treatment ot sore throats and throat pains associated with coughs a"«l colds are to be taken off the market. SGT. BOBEBT *. COOLING La Porte Soldier Off To Viet Nam SUN SPOTS Lent SECOND IN A series of Lenten ] supper is set for 6:30 p.m-j Wednesday at Trinity Episcopal; Church. Members of St. Cecilia's i Guild will serve the covered dish supper. D. C. Walsh Jr- will Tead the Litany and the Rev. P. Walter Henckell. rector, will speak on the subject ot the Prayer Book. Church Revived THE REV. H. A. ERDMANN of Jerome, Idaho, will be the speaker for a revival at Bible Missionary Church, 806 Bowie, beginning Wednesday and continuing through March 20. Services are scheduled each night. School PARENTS OF James Elementary pupils are invitea to visit the school throughout the week during Texas Public School Week. The Parent-Teacher Association will serve coffee and cookies all day Friday IB the auditorium where an exhibit will be presented by the Baytown Art League. Elected Treasurer DAVID BROUSSARD. son of Garden Club PLUMWOOD Garden dub will Sgt. Robert R. Cooling of La! meet at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday Porte, husband of former Bay-Jin the home of Mrs. James C. 475 Area Sen:or Students Attend LC Affair Here Approximately 475 seniors from area high schools gathered at Lee College Monday for the largest Senior Night in the history of the college. The 3th annual event was held to acquaint prospective freshmen with college fqcilities. Entertainment included a play "The Potboiler," by Thurman Rowlett's play production class, and a magic act by "Mystol the Magician," who is Lee College student Mike Gates. "The Potboiler" received a good rating last weekend at the Texas Junior College Speech Association Drama Festival at Schreiner In- Liberals Back Brooks, Jordan For State Posts j State Rep. Chet Brooks ofj Fasadena. candidate for election to the Texas Senate from this district, has been endorsed by he Harris County Democrats. During a Monday night meeting, the liberal group also en- ;orsed Barbara Jordan, a Negro candidate for election from the 1th Senatorial District. Brooks is opposed by John Kay Harrison, also of Pasadena and Miss Jordan's opponents include liberal J. C. Whitfield. Endorsement by the Harris County Democrats was sought by both Harrison and Whitfield, but their opponents were endorsed by wide margins. Approximately 800 persons attended the quarterly caucus, held in the San Jacinto High School auditorium in Houston. Seven state representative candidates endorsed include Joe Allen of Baytown. There was considerable evi - dence of disharmony within the tonian Kathryn Corbett, leaves Wednesday for Viet Nam where he will be attached to the First Infantry Division near Saigon. Sgt. Cooling and his family I have been in Baytown and La Porte for the past month while on leave. Mrs. Cooling and their sons Patrick. 8, and Michael. ,5, will remain in Baytown unti! | he returns. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. 3- Corbett of Baytown. The sergeant is the son of Mr. nd Mrs. N. L. Cooling of La orte. He has been in the Army five years and just complet- d" his training in the highly spe- lalized Special Forces, Airborne >5vision. at Fort Bragg, N.C. e is with the Green Berets. by the rn Three, corn- posed of Tommy Laird, Marshall Wiesman and Bob Floyd. Charles Mickel was master of ceremonies. After the program in the auditorium, guests were and research and evaluation. "One of the problems the Baytown group will have to solve c . . _ has lived here and only on twon on guided tours of the , v. om „„ __,^ «,-OT-O KP-I-VSH! re- is whether it is more advant- hP , ar.of °or. occasions has her rent been caught up. We'x'e warned her, tried every conceivable means to get her to get the rent paid Baytown and surrounding communities should establish an in- Rev. Bora- •_ so that she might have a place house these little children. "She has almost refused on dependent program hoff said. In trying to evaluate assets of occasions to pay the rent. Pec- pie have said she has a bad at- McCranie and Mrs. C. E. Raw-;f son. DECKER DRiVE IN THEATRE TONJTE -OX SCNDAT* "TOP KAPI" WEDNESDAY BARGAIN KITE ADULTS ..... 25c Always 2 Features -g-_^g*t i nn-J^AJl > rr '-*"• " ' -^ ^|"-yJ!J^ J KIRK DOUGLAS QUINN KUWAUJSTna E.AVT PROM OUNHiLJL. A - >" - D Alfred Hitchcock's MTHHAER TECHNICOLOR* ing asked in the field psycholi titude . . - she took the attitude you can't move me out of Bomhofflnere." the local clergy toj Mrs. Williams was moved, extent of their train-1 however. counseling By about 10:45 a.m. Monday are being jail that was left in her living additional j room the clergy campus and were served re • ireshments in the cafeteria. Activities ended with a dance in the gym. a splinter group within his senatorial district. Awards - of hear what Kagan from Austin) will have to say," Rev. Bomhoff j said. BRUNSON NOW THRU THURSDAY the story of what they did to a kid WOOD pLiimrner OLOVBP fuwsw FK« WUKI SKS.I 50c TILL 1:00 PJ«. Monday Thru Friday (Continued From Page 1) likes to sew. Her parents moved to Baytown from Houston afte [she graduated from Jones High School. Woodrow Wilson Fellows ge one academic year of graduate education (with tuition and fee. paid by the Foundation), a livinj stipend of 52,000. The graduate schools the> choose receive additional grants 'rom the Foundation .Using th funds provided by the Fore Foundation, the fellowship foun p.m. Tuesday^ at Baptist j Cation will spend S5.7 million i ~ 1965-67 to encourage and sup port potential college teachers College professors across th continent nominated more tha 11.000 students last fall. Pan els of coll&ge teachers and ac Rites Held for Mrs. Cleveland, Here Since 1926 Funeral services will be held for Mrs. Gladys Ruth Cleveland, 49, of 501 E. Adoue. Mrs. Cleveland died at 9:30 a.m. Monday in a hospital here. Born on Aug. 9, 1916, in Tabor, Tex., she moved to Baytown in Baytonians Are Invited To Hear Medicare Data Baytonians Interested in a plying for Medicare, or those. who have questions about the; Ethel McC!ain _ program, are invited to a meet-; d M mg from 2 to 4 p.m. Friday ati-. « f g. First Christian Church, 201 For-i^^ Q^ of rest tl " George Miller of Houston, su- 1926. She was a member of Bap- m i n istrators in the foundation tist Temple and Cedar Bayou 15 re gion s screened the appl Eastern Star Chapter No. 11. i ~ an t s " an d called one - third o Burial will be in Memory Gar- j th ern tt> interviews in January dens, under direction of Paul; - - - — — — — U. Lee Funeral Home. Cedar j Junior FonifTI Bayou Eastern Star Chapter! JUNIOR FORUM has postpon will have charge of graveside | ed their regular Thursda rites - , , ,_ , _ 'meeting until 9:30 a.m. Marc Survivors are her husband, E. j 1? &t citizen - s National Bank A. Cleveland of Baytown; a son ^^ John ravine, director o •William^ Dalton Cleveland^J*j Cerebral Pa i sv center will b h.e speaker. Willborn, 2102 Chilton Drive. Prosoective Scouts PROSPECTIVE Boy Scouts and their parents are invited to a meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 712 Schilling, where a new Boy Bowie Mr. and M-rs. Welsey Broussard. 156 W Bayshore Drive, was elected treasurer of the freshman class at Baylor University. He is a graduate of Robert E- Lee High School. Battery Stolen BAYTOWN POLICE are inves- TWO REPRESENTATIVES of the American Heart Association will speak at noon Wednesday at the Baytown Rotary Club meeting at the George Walmsley Tower. Dr. is program 1 toner Students TWO BAYTOWN students have been named to the dean's honor list for the fall semester at Texas Christian University. They are Wickie Eberly, daughter of Mr. and MTS. G. M. Eberly and Kathryn Priest, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Priest. Optimist Club BAYTOWN OPTIMIST Club will have a Founders Night steak supper at 5:30 p.m. Satur- Scout troop Th e church being formed, located from Gulf Coast Hospital. Pythions GOOSE CREEK Pythias Lodge 458 will be host to the Humble! Pythias Lodge 175 at 8 p.m. | Tuesday at 2010 Alexander Drive :o confer the rank of page. All' Pvthians are askeci to attend. DeMolav Mothers Funeral Notices TRAVERSO Harrv Jomo Traverso, 74. a resident t the 0!d River and Mont Beivleu orees most of his life, <fl«J ot 1Z:20 p.m. Moo- av in a cxiyton hos^tol- Funeral services will be conducted ot p m Wednesday In rtwr Sterhno Funeral Home cfiaotel ot Dayton. Isooc M. Jones, minister of the Mont Jelvieo Church of Christ will offioate t the services. Burial will be In Cedar Crest Cenwterv in Baytown Traverso. c bar&er. was born at eston He was a me.-nber of tne Mont Belvieu Church of Christ, ttle Cedar Boy- u Masonic Lodge. Woodmen of ttje Vorld ait! the Odd Fellows t-odoe- He «5S a veteran of World Wor I Survivors include his wife, Mrs. oon- le Fisher Traverso of Mont Belvieu; o on. Harry J. Traverso Jr. of Houston; douanter, Mrs. Sibyl Traverso Adorns ol Baytown: a sister, Mrs. Rosa Faust oi Galveston; three aranddaognttrs. Connie ,ue Traverso, Cheryl Anne Traverso and ion Renee Adams; and severe, metes ^Pallbearers" will be I- B. Troverso. Floyd Burns. Glenn Jones, Don Foust. =red Weston and Jim Butler. i ZIERLEIN Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday for Mrs. Ediih Evelyn Zierlein. ITNl Pruett, at Trinity Episcopal A BaVlown resident since 1922, she- was he widow of the Sale Roscoe Zlerlem, who was Justice of the Peace here for monv years. She died at 2:30 p.m. Monday in a nursina home in Baytown. Survivors are her son Roscoe R. Zler- iien ond two daughters, Mrs. Elizabeth Seeger arid Mrs. Justa Walsh, all ofBay- town; two sisters, Mrs. Bessie Pranalln flaps from .Conger car sometime between across 8 p.m. Sunday and S a.m. Monday. Pan-is 1 Station FARMS' service station at j Sour 201 was found with window broken and three cabinets inside broken open Monday night. The window was noticed" by Baytown Police while on routine patrol. The owner wa<; called to the scene and re- DeMOLAY MOTHERS Club will ** ft t appar ently nothing meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday P°" ^ at the Goose Creek Masonic was laseu Hall. Car Entered ROBERT CONGER Jones reported to Baytown Police the theft of a tarpaulin and et of Rites Wednesday For H. 1 Traverso Highlands Circle HOMEMAKERS Circle of Highlands Methodist Church Woman's Society of Christian Service will meet at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday in the home of Mrs. Danie Craig. 225 Burwell Road, in Highlands. If you've newly arrived, looking for the newest shows, tht best piaces to eat, * week end resort. your church or synagogue, placet to shop or perhaps a house or apartment .... read th« Ehe &rtn Phone 533-4390 Harry James Traverso, 74, a resident of the Old River and Mont Belvieu areas most of his! life, died at 12:20 p.m. Monday in a Dayton hospital. Funeral services will be conducted at 3 p.m. Wednesday in the Sterling Funeral Home chap- elat Dayton. Isaac M. Jonss, minister of the Mont Belvieu Church of thej Christ, will officiate at the services. Burial will be in Cedar Crest Cemetery in Baytown. Traverso, a barber, was born in Galveston. He was a member <jl the Mont BelvieuChurch of Christ, the Cedar Bayou Masonic Lodge, Woodmen of the Odd Fellows a veteran of World Lodge. and the He was Fairmont Park AN ESIASUSHED 2 MILES WEST OF LA PORTE ON SPENCER HWY. Jacinto Memorial Park Cemetery der direction of EarttKTtcn Home. Pallbeorers were A. R. Cathriner. R. C Halter, Ben F. Wilson, C. N. Cook, Henry T. Taylor ond Claude E. Cun- World War I. Survivors include his wife. Mrs. Connie Fisher Traverso of Mont Belvieu; a son, Harry J. £ Traverso Jr. of Houston; ai daughter, Mrs. Sibyl Traverse I Adams of Baytown; a sister,' FuneraljMrs. Rosa Faust of Galveston; three granddaughters, Connie i Baytown; five Mrs . Mc . Mrs . vir-j and Mrs.! CLEVELAND Funeral services v/Hl be held at 4 a.m. Tuesday at Baotist Temde tor Mrs- Glatfys Ruth Cleveland. -49, of Sn c. Mrs' Cleveland died at 9:30 a.Tk. Monday in o hospital here. Born on Aug. ?, 1<51&. In Tabor, Tex., she moved to Baytown in 1926. She was a metnoer of Baptist Temple and Cedar Bayou Eastern Xcr Chaster Ho. 11. Burial w'.II be in Memory Gardens, un-1 der direction of Paul U. Lee Funeral j Horne. Cedar Bayou Eastern Star Cfiap- 1 ter will have charae -of gra v eslde ri 'es- Survlvors are her hustxsid. E. A. Cleveland of Baytown; a son, Wllliom Dalttn Cleveiand of Baytown; five sisters, Mrs. c ttiel McClain. Mrs. June Barnes and V.rs. Geraldlne McLain. all of Baytown. Mrs. Virginia Coffey of Dayton and Mrs. Lois Herd of La Porte: five brothers, J. L. Thomas, D. E. Thomas oriS K.. A. Thomos. all o( Baytown. 1_ H. Thomas of Fort Smith, Ark., ond Jack Thomas of La Porte. . The Rev. O. L. Ston&ery. castor of Baptist Temple, will officiate In services. Pallbearers will be E. E. Waugh. Herman Collins, W. H. Giles. Ernest C. Robbins. N. J. Labit and W. P. DiUerjback. Sue Traverso, Cheryl Anne Traverse and Jan Renee Adams; and several nieces and nephews. GOOD »SK^ pics G0« »5TTUKTK)N phis GO® PROPERTY STAH&ARBS equal "GOOD VALUES" YJL - F.H.A. - Coiivenfional S15,008.0Q to $35,000.00 HO>EES FROM Lois Hard of La' Porte; five brothers, J. L- Thomas, D. E. pervisor of the Medicare teams j Thomas ' an ^ K A Thomas, all of Harris County working in co- o{ Baj , tovs , T , > L ". H, Thomas of Fort Smith, Ark., and Jack operation with the Social Secur- For La Porte... a distinguished event! GEORGE STEVENS Pnxsacwn THE GREATEST; SJDRY EVER TOLD EXCLUSIVE LIMITED ENGAGEMENT SEVEN DAYS OHLY 2 SHOWS DAILY 2 P.V & S PV STARTS THURSDAY MARCH 10th TttHWCOLQB , UNITED ARTISTS PORT ity regional office in Houston, will be at the meeting. Also, W. O. Tidmon of Baytown. who has been working with the program, will be present. There will be literature available on the program and Miller and Tidmon will register all '.hose senior citizens for the program. Miller pointed out that if a person does not sign up for Medicare by March 30, he will not again be eligible to sign . up until 1967. i The program is sponsored by jthe First Christian Church with Morris Fayle as chairman. Thomas of La Porte. The Rev. O. L. Stanbery, pastor of Baptist Temple, will officiate in services. Class Meeting MRS. DUDLEY Huckabee's Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday at Mrs. E. Krizak's, 2114 Wyoming. J. Burglar Gets Money At Tin Hat Lounge The Tin Hat Lounge on Main Street was burglarized early on Monday modning. Several coin- operated machines were broken open and approximately $70 taken. H. L. Crosby of 18 W. Gulf notified police. Tools were used lo bleak open a cigaret ma chine, a juke box and a coin meter from a box copier. Money was also taken from a coffee can behind the counter. FAMILY FUN EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT FRIED FISH WITH HUSH PUPPIES-COLE SI,AW AND FRENCH FRIED POTATOES. ALL 4 23 YOU CAN I Per EAT I Person "MAKE IT A FAMILY AFFAIR" 300 S- HWY. 146 583-748 J Thejreatest Qtheflo ever by the greatest actor of our time. LIUIER OTHELLO AN ACTUAL PERFORMANCE OF THE NATIONAL THEATRE OF GREAT BRITAIN TECHNICOLOR' PANAVISION" FROM WARNER BROS. E"~ ADULTS 2,25 STUDENTS & ADVANCE 1.50 NOW THRU WED. FEATURES 1:15 4:30 7:45 FAMILY NIGHT 1/2 FRED CHICKEN or BARBECUED LINK SAUSAGES or FRIED SHRIMP or CHICKEN FRIED STEAK 3 Vegetables—Tea or Coffee—Gariic Toast SERVED FAMILY STYLE gil tip For §1 For Children L/tf Adults I Under 12 WIDKESDAY 5 ?M. 'til 9 P.M. Frontier Barbecue 1007 North Main Phone 583-9772 Take out the seats and you f re in business. This is o Volkswagen Kombi. it may look like o station wagon. And act like c station wagon. Only don't let the seats, windows, ond whitewalls fool you. It's really quite businessliko. When you take out the seats you have 170 cubic feet of uncluttered spac». As much as the Volkswagen Truck. In its seatless state, you can fil! the Kornbi with 2,183 Ibi. of anything you like. Otherwise, if holdt the some 1-ton assortment of kids, cats, dogs, ond toyi (hot our station wagon does. And gets the same gas mileage that our wagon does. (20 mpg or better.) And has the same unfreezable air- cooled engine. And tremendous traction. Etc. You need o stt»ion v*ogo«9 We'll sell you a station wagon. You need a truck? We'll sell you o truck. You need both? W«'ll sell you a Kombi. 606 East Texas Avenu* • Baytown ONLY Authorized Volbwagen Dealer in Baytown/Galveston Area | f I

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