The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 10, 1966 · Page 12
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 12

Baytown, Texas
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Thursday, March 10, 1966
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SUM Thursday, March 10., 1966 Methodists Air Issues Of Dispute WACO, Tex. (AP)—• A letter circulated by leaders of the Waco Methodist Home board specified Tuesday some issues that have aroused disputes about operation of the home. The letter disclosed that mos; of the 2S members of the executive committee of the 144-member Board of Commissioners resigned last November. Main points of the letter were that ministers and bishops now control the executive committee and that certain lay members protest the transfer of funds from the home's endowment foundation to other work of the church. The letter was signed by Oscar Carlisle of Famnersville. who was chairman in 1954 and 1955, and J. D. Martin of Dallas, president of the Methodist Home Alumni Association. The board originally was composed of 12 ministers and 12 lay-, men. Then four bishops were added. The letter claims that the clergymen now can defeat any motion by the lay members. "The reason for these changes appears to be to gain financial control of the home, and eventually, the home's foundation." the letter said. The value of the home's foundation endowment has been estimated at Si 4mil- luon. Authors of the letter call it a j "final report of joint sub-com-j mittee of executive committee j of commissioners and board ofj directors of alumni association." The letter recommends: 1. Restore control of the board to laymen and remove the bishops, "thereby giving the clergy members freedom of choice in voting as they sec best." 2. Hire an assistant administrator who has been trained toj operate a children's home. 3. Replace Jarrard Secrest of Temple as president of the board, transfer the new administrator. Kennard Copelard, 51, TO another Methodist enterprise nnd reinstate Hubert Johnson. 62. long-time superintendent who earlier was made vice president of the home and manager of its endowment fund. 4. Amend the by-laws of the home and foundation so funds] cnnnot be diverted to "other purposes than the Methodist Home." Methodists first became aware of a dispute about the home's management last November when it was announced that Johnson, superintendent for 32 years, was being replaced. Two Burglaries Solved Here By Arrest Of Pair The Lakewood Pharmacy burglary and narcotics theft which happened Juno 2, 1965, has been cleared with the arrest of t wo 22 - year - old men in Pasa- derKi. Lt. James Taylor of the Baytown detective division said the two had admitted the pharmacy liursjlriry and also the recent j theft of a 51,500 Television set in Bnytown. The TV had been recovered earlier. The two men were identified by Baytown Police as Gary Wayne Durham of Galena Park and James Clegg of Pasadena. Lt. Taylor said they face numerous burglary charges in several towns and that both are known dope addicts. The men were arrested Feb. 2-. in Pasadena. Detective Sgt. H. H. Steele and Robert Merchant) went to Lufkin Friday, where | the men hnd been transferred tc face burglary charge there, \f> question the suspects. Baytonian Sentenced in Slaying Last July Jose Oscar Rodriquez. 24, o! 1219 Cherry, has been sentenced tc eight years in prison after he pleaded guilty to the barroom knife slaying of Henrv Ruiz Villarreal last July 27 in Baytown. The sentence, which had been recommended by * State Prosecutor Frank Puckett, was assessed by Judge Miron A. Love of Houston. Rodriquez admitted killing Villarreal of 1228 Pine after an argument about a girl in the Marine Bar on Harbor Street. Villarreal, 39, was dead on arrival at a Baytown hospital. Catholics Aid Baptists JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — A Roman Catholic church has started a fund to help rebuild a Baptist church destroyed by a tornado here last week. St. Mary's Catholic Church in Bunker Hill, HI., which was flattened by a tornado itself 17 years ago, will extend a helping hand to the Woodville Heights Baptist Church. Miss Baytown Contest GIRLS INTERESTED in entering the annual VFW Miss Baytown contest may obtain entry blanks from C. W. Hastings, 209 E. Humble, phone 582-2402; W. C. Mpravits, 500 Parkway, phone 582-9358; Bob Mulvihill, phone 583-1514; or Sharon Johnson, 400 Midway, phone 582-6708. 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