The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 10, 1966 · Page 2
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Wlft Vagina* Thursday, March 1966 Mont Belvieu WMU Holds Missions Prayer Week By HELEN LEONARD Moat Betvte* Correcpondeot The Women's Missionary Union of the Mont Belvieu First Baptist Church is engaged in a week of prayer for home missions. The £be--r:e cf programs is "As My Father Hath Sent Me — So Send 1 You" based on the words of Jesus recorded in John 20:23, On Monday, the program entitled "To Witness Throughout the Homeland." was under the direction of Mrs. M. L. Lane- FRIDAY SPECIAL TROUT SANDWICH BROWS CHICKEN SHACK Ml E. Texas 582-9590 SATURDAY MORNING 10:00 o.tn. Feature For This TECHNICOLOR METRO-GGLDWYN-MAYER present- ft KING BROTHERS PRODUCTION andWONDRASCOP CHAPTER 5 10 Kennedy Half Collars FREE1 CONTEST ON STAGE JACKPOT SSQJOO Open 9:30. Sterts 10:00 ALL SEATS 50c ston, prayer chairman of the Anita Green Circle. Discussion were given by Mrs. Langston, Mrs. Jack Boyd. Mrs. R. J. Austin, Mrs. Frank Baker, Mrs. Charles Land, Mrs. Mae Smith Prayers were led by Mrs. J. B. Ox-dell. Mrs. Luther Taylor, Mrs. Mary Bodine. Mrs. W. C Ray, Mrs. Jack Fikes, Mrs. Austin, Mrs. Augustine Soileau, Mrs. J. P. Avera. Mrs. Doyle McKinney and Mrs. Ray Epperson- On Tuesday, the program entitled "To Witness in the Great Cities" was under the direction of Mrs. J. B. Cordell. prayer chairman of the Wanda Ponder Circle. Information was presented by Mrs. Cornell, Mrs. J. L. Langston, Mrs. C. R. Leonard, Mrs. Mary Bodine and Mrs. James MacKrell. Prayers were j led by Mrs. Cordeil, Mrs. S. B. 'Walker. Mrs. Langston, Mrs. Bodine and Mrs. MacKrell. The program was given by the men of the church Wednesday night during the regular prayer service time. An offering for home missions will be taken by the church during March. A goal of 5495 has been set. To promote the offering, the stewardship committee, Mrs. James Avera, Mrs. | Luther Taylor, Mrs. Algi e Kaler fand Mrs. S. B. Walker, has i made a large red poster. At the [top is a white clock with 1 numerals and hands. To red the right of the clock are the words Me — So Send I You." At the BRUNSON LAST DAT Nataue WOOD CHHiSCOPHeP pLurnmer !W A PMULA-MUU.SGAN PTODXHON ciover Kt, s CS--»-Ti«Sa> TECHNICOLOR" I PAHAVISIOM- FROM WARNER EROS-i Decker DKIVE IN THEATRE N-O-W 2 COLOR HITS 2 mm mas PISS* AUD1E MURPHY ROD TAYLOR DONOT DISTURB saSsw Citety DELUXE " SIX CRYING DAYS STARTS FRIDAY bottom is written. "O«r Goal — $495." As the offering is given the minute hand of the clock will be advanced. The executive board of the WMU met Wednesday in the home of Mrs. Luther Taylor. Mrs. Jack Boyd. secretary, led in discussion of plans for serving the Baptist Student Union of Lee College on March 31 and a luncheon to honor Barbers Hill seniors April 7. Mrs. Ronnie Skaggs led the closing prayer. PERSONA LMESTION George Taylor and boys. Dennis. Donnie and Dozier. visited relatives in San ugustine. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bigham and daughter. Janice Stout and Bud Stout of Huntsville, visited their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cordell. ABILENE TOURNEY Miss Bessie Ann Daves made a trip to Abilene to compete with the Durham College basketball team in a tournament held in Madison High and Cooper High School gymnasiums. The Durham team was eliminated in their second game. Mrs. John Verde, the former Carvelynne Leonard, is a member of the team but was unable to make the trip because of illness. ATTENTD FUNERAL A large group of Mont Belvieu residents attended the funeral of George Brown in Dayton on Sunday. Brown was the father of Mrs. Willis Henry, nurse at Barbers Hill Schools. Bayfonian Charged in Narcotks Case Alfonso O. Rodriquez, 32. of 3T7 Larado in Baytown and also of San Antonio was charged in Justice of the Peace M. M. Brown's court with possession of marijuana after Baytowa Police discovered a marijuana cigaret stub in his car. Rodriguez was stopped on a routine traffic violation by Pa- rtolman Raymond Hardy and Don Baker and placed in jaid on a charge of driving while his license was suspended. Police searched the car and found the narcotics. He has been transferred to Harris County jail in Houston. Your TeleScope- By CYNTHIA LOWRY AP TV-Radio Writer NEW YORK (AP) — The three major television networks are now in the midst of setting up schedules for next fall. Al- NBC Thursdays, and "Mona McCluskey" will be replaced by a half-hour musical show called "Mickie Finn's.'" "The Baron," another new British import on ABC will have story lines not ready the publicists are beating j previously seen by American Did You Know? The Praetorian Guard were the emperor's bodyguard in ancient Rome. Later they became tyrannical and even put the empire up to auction- U.S. May Become Target Of Politicians In Britain IJONDON (A.) — Uncle Sam!this was the price their party may come in for some hard;leader had to pay for American knocks in Britain's national!support of the pound sterling, election campaign which begins _ Th e Liberals oppose British officially Friday. Prime Minister Harold Wilson backing of American efforts to contain Red China. They say set the election for March 31 Britain's future lies in Europe, hoping to increase his Laborjnot "east of Suez." party's parliamentary majority! _ ' rhe Conservatives believe, substantially over its present! in the words of party Leader three-vote margin. I Edward Heath, that British de- There is a growing feeling of'pendence on the United States is frustration among many British "not the right relationship for citizens who believe that Britain's policy is too closely aligned with Washington, Politicians of all three major parties have made clear they! allies." Heath wants to strengthen the British economy so "we can stand on our own feet" Before the Laborites came to power and even during the first their drums to excite us about all the delights in store — six months ahead. Very little, by comparison, is being said about what has come to be rerun known as season,' "the summer which starts S HEART-DRAMA OF ALL! THE GREATEST WOMAN' L ANA TURNER \fr* JOHNFORSYTHE«KEIRDULLEA&.^ CARTOON • BRAVE LITTLE TAYLOR AND XEWS 50c 'Till 1:00 P.M. Monday thru Friday sometime next month. Under normal circumstances, television is very sensitive about utterances of members of the Federal Communications Commission, which controls the licensing of broadcasting- It was last Sept 24 when FCC Chairman E. William Henry, addressing the International Radio and Television Society, asked: "I wonder how many regular television viewers are satisifed with their summer diet? How many are content with the steady stream of network repeats, reruns, and rejects? How many enjoy rechewing yesterday's cud? How many have developed tired television blood without realizing that it is simply a long, long time from May to September?" Then he suggested that "the network's summer siesta should become a summer workshop — seeking new sources, new directions, new concepts, new formats, new faces," and dedicated to program development and experimentation. Maybe the networks were not listening attentively. Anyway, this summer's sleepy time looks pretty much like any other. Out of close to 100 evening pro- jrams, all but 11 will be repeating shows. CBS' "What's My Line?" on Sundays will, as usual, stay with new shows all through the warm weather. On Monday night, singer John Davidson will star in a variety show to replace Andy Williams on NBC; Art Linkletter's "Hollywood Talent Scouts" will continue with new material, and ABC's "Avengers," — a British import that does not replace "Ben Casey" until the end of this month — will have fresh stories. Red Skelton on CBS Tuesdays will have a substitute in "Hippodrome," a collection of circus acts. John Gary, the singer who has become almost a regular on "The Danny Raye Show" will, take over that CBS hour for the season on Wednesdays. j The comedy team of Rowan and Martin have the hour show of Dean Martin (no relation) on For La Porte... a distinguished event! EXCLUSIVE LIMITED ENGAGEMENT SEVEN DAYS ONLY 2 SHOiVS GEORGE STEVENS THE C23EATEST STORY EVER TOLD Because of the anticipated r.esvy demand, we suggest you buy your 3drv$s*cn tickets m acvance to guarantee you 3 seM at "he performance cf j your enti TECHHICOLOR- Rel*a*r4 fc, UNITED ARTISTS REMEMBER 7 DAYS ONLY 3UY TICKETS NOW! NOW SHOWING Thru WEDNESDAY PORT audiences. There will be •"'Court-Martial." still another British-made series on ABC Fridays, replacing Jimmy Dean's hour. And on Saturday, a variety hour will be cooked up so that Jackie Gleason can have the summer off. Lucille Ball, who usually is replaced by a collection of unsold comedy pilots, will be on reruns from late March to the end of June, and then be spelled by repeats of "Fair Exchange," a short-lived series of another year. Ed Sullivan will drop a few new shows amid a cluster of repeats. And for the rest — once again, it will be the same tired summer story. Maybe Henry should have saved his breath. LC Circle K Club Plans Car Wash The Lee College Circle K Club will hold a car wash, wax, and polish Saturday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Grace Methodist Church. Club members are selling wax Job tickets in advance for $8.95 for cars Mustangs and smaller and ?10.95 for cars larger than Mustangs. The members will have pick up and delivery service on all wax jobs although persons may bring their cars by the church. For persons who desire just a wash job, the members will also wash the cars for 51.50 and pick up and delivery service will be made by requests although it is requested that persons bring the cars by for the wash. Proceeds from this moneymaking project will be used to send club members to the District Circle K Convention in Oklahoma City next month. House Damaged A HOUSE at 806 Maplewood, owned by Baytown builder Dan Savell was missing approximately S150 in carpeting after vandals cut a large square out of a bedroom carpet. AVOID THE RUSH! HAVE YOUR CAR INSPECTED NOW. Holly Inn Restaurant A special menu Is prepared Daily offering 17 to 20 Selections including a choice of 3 fresh vegetables, Home baked rolls and butter, from 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. THE HOLLY INN RESTAURANT is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We serve the finest in seafood and delicious steaks at prices designed to fit every family budget. We prepare any item on our menu to igo 24 hours a day. 1102 Alexander (Hi-way 146) 583-5518 A MdoffbnHomt OJKOK MfMt-MiMKOK HIBOI -MSfH Fairmont Park AN ESTABLISHED COMMUNITY 2 MILES WEST OF LA PORTE ON SPENCER HWY. GOOD DESIGN plus GOOD CONSTRUCTION plus GOOD PROPERTY STANDARDS equal "GOOD VALUES" V.A. - F.H.A. — Conventional SI 5,000.00 to $35,000.00 intend to exploit the issue. .. „ Their positions are roughlyjdays of Wilson's administration, these: j there were fears in the United — Left-wing Laborites strong-'states that relations between ly oppose Wilson's support of the two countries would deterio- U.S. policy and action in Viet rate. Nam. Some have charged that' But Wilson made close U.S.-' British ties a cardinal policy and many observers believe relations between Washington and London have never been closer. The Tories oppose the Labor government's plan to buy American Fill supersonic planes for Britain's nuclear strike force. ) They call it a crippling blow to this country's aircraft industry- They also say it is a bad use of foreign currency and will place Britain further in debt to the United States. One leading Conservative recently told a group of newsmen privately that the United States appeared to be trying "to clamp Britain in (financial) chains." j Anti-Americanism — although j the term may be too strong — erupted in the House of Com-, mons Monday and Tuesday dur-j ing a heated debate of the gov- ernment's defense policy. Tempers flared again Wednesday after an announcement that the state-operated British Overseas Airways Corp. is canceling an $&4 . million order for British- made airliners. Wheels Stolen From Car While Man Gone John E. Rice of 120 Marion parked his 1965 Plymouth in the 600 block of W. Texas about 10 p.m. Tuesday with plans to return shortly afterward. Two and a half hours later he returned to find his car there, but no tires and wheels. Thieves had taken all four tires and wheels — a loss of S300 FINAL 3 DAYS THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY BERNHARDT MODERN BEDROOM GROUP IN OIL WALNUT FINISH 33 Off SPRAGUE & CARLETON EARLY AMERICAN UPHOLSTERED SOFAS AND CHAIRS 25 Off AND MORE BIG TRADES!! BIG SAVINGS!! 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