The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 9, 1966 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 2

Baytown, Texas
Issue Date:
Wednesday, March 9, 1966
Page 2
Start Free Trial

9*gtam» thai Wednesday, March 9, 1966 Noon Call Stock Quotes of D«mp**y-T»9«W & Co.. IRC.) Affis - Chalmers ... ... 36% Gulf States Util 23% Arlan's Dept Store 21% HaDiburton 49 AmTelltTel 58% Hoffman Electr 21% Anacocda 85% Ho L*P Armeo 62% Interiake Steel Ashiand 03 51% IBM — 49Ri Beodix 73 Jones & Laugh BethSteel 35X Kerr-McGe e 69 Carrier Corp 69% *-*«« - Temco - Vought ... 59% Celanese 75% Magnavox .. Chrysler 53*4 Marathon Oil 52 Delta Air %* Monsanto 79% Diamond Alk 35% Nat Dairy 78 Douglas Aircraft Sl% Nat Dist 32% Dow Chem , 72% New York Central 78% Dresser Ind 3«i Fenn RR DuPont - 2mt Pepsi Cola £3 Paso Nat Gas 20^4 Phillips Pet ..... 53Vi Ethyl Corp 34% RCA Ford . 51% Raytneon 46% Foremost Dairies 23* Schlumberger 74% Gen Else 107%.Sears 56 Gen Motors 9? i 5 " 6 " 59 * GenTeliElec 42% Gen Tire Georgia-Pacific 59 Gillette 34% Grodon's Jewelry 33% Greyhound — 20 Gulf Oil 50% Eviction — {Continued From Page 1) dicaiions there are people in higher brackets who ar e paying comparable rent to those with lower incomes. This needs to be investigated." Dr. Finney expressed the opinion that a representative from the Fort Worth office or some government official "should come here and check." Friends Wednesday were helping Mrs. Williams look for another house. She and her five children are living with friends in Oak Addition. Their furnishings were put in a backyard of a home on Biggs, Two tarpaulins were placed over their belongings. Sinclair 58 Socony 83% Sperry - Rand I9?t Stan Cal 72H Stan Ind 42% Stan N J 76% Stan Ohio 60% Stauffer Chem 50K Sun Oil 70 Sunray 30 Syntex 100% Technicolor 15% Tenn Gas 23% Texaco o% Texas Eastern 20}; Texas Gulf Sul Tidewater Union Carbide UnionOilofCal 51% United Air Lines US Upjohn Drug 74% US Steel 49 Western Equities 52 »* Westinghouse 62 BRUNSON NOW THRU THURSDAY WOOD CHRiSfcO pLumm IS a flCKL'lft-MULUGMI Xerox .220 Baytonian Hurt In Auto Crash Bertrand Fritch of 513 Harold Lane was injured in a one-car accident about 12:05 a.m. Wednesday at Bob Smith Road and North Main intersection. He was treated at Gulf Coast Hospital then transferred to Vet- eans Hospital in Houston. Partolman Zach Booth, who investigated," said PVitch was go- iing west on Bob Smith Road and !did not see the intersection. His car struck a barricade and flash-j ing red light, then ran into a ditch. Fritch was charged with running a stop sign, destruction of city property and failure to control speed. 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 Vo£er 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 Counry years. I have residefl in (name of city or town) years. I was bora 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 Counry is (Street address if resident 01 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 Emer- 4 gency Registration Law. :'NOTE: Husband, wife, father, mother, son or daughter may sign for each other. (Brother and sister cannot sign for each other.) '• Notes Admitted to Gulf Coast: George. Clarissa and Eme- iine Hunger, children of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hunger, 1605 Florida, Room 124. Connie Sue Keatheriv, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Neatherly, 518 N. Ashbel, Room 131. Danny LaFor, son of Mr. anc Mrs. Arthur LaFor, Dayton, Room 103. Arthur Irvine, Pasadena, Room 129. Darius Carpenter, Highlands, Room 131. George Wilcox, 502 E. Republic, Room 123. Mrs. Cora Bearden, 61S Massey Tompkias, Room 131. Airs. Billie Jean Hefner, 60f S. Seventh, Room 130. Mrs. Francis Dargus, 3&4 Lynchburg, Room 130. J. J. Bradshaw, 1800 Oak Shadows, Room 129. Mrs. Annie Wagner, 1704 Florida, Room 220. Mrs. Alma Young, 122 Crow, Room 101. Samuel Armentor, 101 Milner, Room 102. Admitted to Saa Jacinto Methodist: Tyler McMurray, 1300 Carlton, Room 217. Mrs. Mary Kelly, Channelview, Room 222. Mrs. Mable McMurrey, Mont Belvieu, Room 321. Mrs. Anna Davis, 500 Chandler, Room 243. Rene M u 11 e r, LaMarque, Room 202. Mrs. Bernice Platt, Highlands, Room 305. Rosalie G r a d n e y, Crosb% Room 318. Mrs. Gloria Brewer, 315 E. Lobit, Room 346. New Arrivals: Mr. and Mrs. William Reve!- ey, 1403 Narcille, a son born March 8 at Gulf Coast. Enrollment Urged For Head Start rONlTE BARGAIN NITE ADULTS 25c DOUBLE FEATURE KIRK DOUGLAS "TRAIN FROM GUN* HILi," A-3«*-D "THE TROUBtJE WOTt HARRY" THURSDAY 2 COLOR HITS 2 MIMMntlBKftssiS AUOfE MURPHY Pearl ^ys Prize Hog For Prisf In Korea Father Patrick J. McGlinchey, the "Pig Priest at Work in Korea," will receive a prize-winning hog purchased for him March 4 by the Pearl Brewing Co. at the Houston Livestock Show. The animal's previous owner was 4-H Clubber Gary Thomas of Brownwood. W. T. Cobb, regional sales manager, represented Pearl in the purchase. ' Working through St. Columban's Foreign Missions in Houston, Father McGlinchey is helping the 300,000 persons in war- torn Cheju Island, South Korea, to profitably raise pigs, sheep and fine crops. DOllISDAY ROD MYLOR DONOT DISTURB Wor b, X LUTE Port LAST TIMES TODAY SHOWINGS AT 1:45-4:30-7:45 AN ACTUAL PERFORMANCE OF THE N'AT10i\AL THEATRE OF GREAT BRITAIN LAURENCE OLIVIER OTHELLO :^r ponrsirrinM ,-. ^ i_ i i-.^-^jv:iij,v MAGGIE JOYCE FRANK SfvjiiH-REDMAN and FINLAYi STiJARf 5USGE ANTHONV HA/ELOCK-AIHN TMHCaW PMttVOTT F3CH WISHES BBS, | Parents who want their children enrolled in Operation Head Start programs this summer are urged to obtain application forms as soon as possible, Leslie Pennington, school district federal coordinator, said Wednesday. "We want to get the word to everybody and we don't want miss any children who should be in this program," he Application' forms are available at Highlands, San Jacinto, De Zavala, Anson Jones, Sam Houston, Carver and Harlem elementary schools. The program will last eight weeks and will begin early in June, Pennington said. Operation Head Start is a program for children who will be six years old before Sept 1 and will enter the first grade next fall. Tri-City-- (Continued From Page i) uled at 7:3fl p.m. Wednesday at the city hall. Last Saturday three city officials went to Anahuac and visited with Judge Nelson about the Tri - City Beach incorporation proposal and Baytown's plans for annexing into Chambers Coonty. The council approved on fina' reading last Friday an annexation ordinance that extends protective finger two miles into Chambers County along the Tri- City Beach Road. During the Friday meeting the council also called a public hearing March IS on extendin; the finger two additional miles This proposed annexation would extend Baytown's city limits into the area that the Tri-City Beach group is planning to in corporate. Judge Nelson said Wednesday that he conferred Saturday with the Tri - City Beach area representatives after the visit from the Bay town officials. It is designated for children from low income families to give them a "head start" in their first year of school. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO BIDDERS Seated bids wiit be received at the office of Kie Cltv Cleric of rtie City of Bey- town until X:00 p.m., Monday MorcJl 21. 15>66. for: TIRE i TUBE REQUIREMENTS FOR A PERIOD OF ONE YEAR For specif] j cations end bid forms, contact the office * of Purchasing Agent, Baytown City Hall, «M West Main Street, Soytown. Texas— Telephone 5B2-828I. Edna Oliver. City derK Bid No. 463-3 Wed.. Morcti 2, We<J., March 9, 1964 Gessner Free After Five Years In Prison LEAVEN-WORTH, Kan. CAP), U.S. Atty. — George John Gessner drew [stood before Newell George met with officers of the Soviet first free breath after years in government custody uid said: "Justice delayed is justice denied." The 29-year-old former soldier showed no elation at his sudden ind unexpected release from the U.S. penitentiary where he las been since his conviction June 4, 1964. of giving nuclear veapons secrets to the Soviet Jnion. He was the first convict*d under the Atomic Energy Act. An appeals court last year nullified Gessner's conviction md life sentence because it "ound his confession — basis of he government's case — was -nade involuntarily. t five judges the same three thicken Fry A.&M UNIVERSITY Mothers TJub will continue to sell tickets X> their annual chicken fry on March 26 at Roseland Pavilion. 5erving will be from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. with funds going to the A&M Student Loan Fund. Tuesday and declared. "Without the confession we do not have sufficient evidence to go to trial." He filed a motion to dismiss charges against Gessner and a few hours later Gessner was free. Asked why he had signed the confession, Gessner replied: "Because of continued interrogation month after month and promise of total immunity." "Of course, it was not true," he said, "How can a man have plans when he has been locked up five years or better?" said Gessnet when asked about his future. "1 hope to return to college — if any college will have me." If he -Joes go to school, he said. "It i? not my intention to restrict m\ political opinions." Gessner. a private first class, was a nuclear weapons special-j 1st at Ft -Bliss, Tex., when he deserted Dec. 6, 1960. and went to Mexico City. The confession, ntroduced at his trial said he Embassy on several occasions and gave them all he knew about mechanisms of atomic cannon. He was arrested in Panama City, Panama. March 23. 1961, and has been in custody since then — one year of i: for desertion. The t-onfesion, Gessner said, through coercion was obtained and fraud. "A man tends to get justice in proportion to the thickness ofj his wallet and inversely to thej power and prestige of the ac-j cuser," Gessner said. ! He was reminded that his_ court-appointed attorneys re- "One swallow doesn't make a spring and one prisoner breaking free through adequate counsel doesn't change things for the hundreds of thousands of other men still in prison because they were not adequately represented." Gessner replied. Gessner's parents are divorced. His mother. Hazel Raymond, lives in Melbourne. Fla. •^ — Rent A Car Servic* As Low As $5.00 Per Day Call 582-Sltt THAD FELTON AUDIO HEARING AID CENTER 322 WESTHEIMER • HOUSTON Announces Mr. Pelhsm will be at Curtis Peiham Holiday Inn S. Highway 146 March 10, 11 <£ 12 fromJO A.M. to 4 P.M. He offers comp!e!e service itteries. Home Demonstrations by Appointments A Medoffimi HJKTWC >»tnNC-JUi-a£c™»c loroei Fairmont Park AX ESTABLISHED COMMUNITY 2 MILES WEST OF LA PORTE ON SPENCER HWY. GOOD DESIGN plus GOOD CONSTRUCTION plus GOOD PROPERTY STANDARDS eqiial "GOOD VALUES" V.A. - F.H.A. - Conventional $15,000.00 to $35,000.00 HOMES FROM AUL'S FOOD MARKET S- -: tv." DOUBLE TOP VALUE STAMPS EVERY TUESDAY WITH. 2-50 OR MORE PURCHASE 582-7716 For La Porte... a distinguished event! EXCLUSIVE LIMITED ENGAGEMENT SEVEN DAYS ONLY GEORGE STEVENS THE GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD Because 0* the anticipated heavy demand, we suggest you buy your aCrnissicn ttCKCts «n advance to guarantee you a seat at the performance of your choice. TWO SHOWS DAILY 2 PM * 8 PM Ex-Baytonian, Husband OK After Snowstorm Airman 1-C Herbert Johns and his wife, the former Miss Patsy Parrish of Baytown, re- I ported to relatives here earlj Tuesday that they are "O.K.' after a massive snowstorm on the Great Lakes where Johns is stationed. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Parrish of Highlands, Mrs. John's parents, I said they received the call at 1:30 a.m. Tuesday, the first time they had been able to reach the couple since the weekend snowstorm. Mrs. Parrish said the couple, who live near the Finland, Minn., air base, reported snow in 25-foot drifts but they were lucky enough to have heat although almost all power lines were down. TECHNICOLOR'..,.,,^,, UNITED ARTISTS REMEMBER-7 DAYS ONLY • BUY TICKETS NOWI Starts Thursday March 10th Port 8th Graders MOTHERS OF eighth grade students in Cedar Bayou Junior High School will meet in the school auditorium at 10 a.m. on Thursday to discuss eighth grade entertainment. Revival Under Way A REVIVAL at the Baytown Revival Center, Pentecostal Church of God at Highway 73 and Garth Road, will continue through Sunday. The Rev. Luther Crabtree is the evangelist. I said, Show me a filter cigarette that really delivers taste and I'll eat my hat!" SPECIALS GOOD THURS.--FRI.-S AT.--MARCH 10, 11, 12 U.S.D.A.GOOD BABY BEEF ROUND STEAK - 79- U S.D.A. Good Bcby Beef U.S.D.A. Good Bcby Beef ARM ROAST L, 69c CHUCK ROAST * 59c Wisconsin "Rat Trap" Decker's AH Meat CHEESE LB 69c WEINERS 12P £ 39c EGGS BARKERS LARGE SIZE Doz. 45 We're Going to Move .. . around March 12 tc new and larger quarters at Ashbel and Pearce (formerly The Baytown Sun Building}. Our Greater ROOT Space .. . will enable us to stock and display more office supply items than ever before, to increase our printing ca- pacity, and to have a larger floor display of office furniture. Free Customer Parking . . . will be provided only 75 feet from our front door on a 50x100 paved lot. BARGAINS UNTIL WE MOVE... We've reduced prices from 25% to 33!^% on many of our lamps, pictures, wall hangings, and grft items so we won't have to move them. A chance to save money now on gifts for graduates, th* man in your I'rfa, and other occasions. matherne's 207-211 West Pearce DRUGS FROZEN Triumph Sara Lee ALCOHOL COMPOUND _«. 15c CREAM CHEESE CAKE . Lg .«» 69c Gleem T Mr. G.—9-Oz. Pkg. TOOTH PASTE L 0r9e Siz8 T » b e 49c FRENCH FRIED POTATOES 2*. 21c KRAFT « ^^ MIRACLE WHIP - 49 Reseda! e Rosedct'e SWEET PEAS 2 cL29c GREEN BEANS Cut 2 H29c BIT-O-SEA TUNA 19 -- PRODUCE No, I Calif. POTATOES 8 Lb. Cello Bag 45c 8 Serving FLAT CAN Rosedote PEAR HALVES French's Instant Mashed POTATOES B BB AGE 2 Lbs 17c ORANGE JUICE 46 c? n 39c • PTY«|/»|- <A Nabisco "CHIPS AHOY" Chocolate LETTUCE Hea , 19c CHIP COOKIES ! 4 £ 45c Texas Seedless Rainbo low calorie Roman ORANGES 5 £ 39c MEAL BREAD ^ 28c Garden Fresh FRESH FROM

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free