The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 15, 1966 · Page 2
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 2

Baytown, Texas
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Tuesday, March 15, 1966
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0m Tuesday. March 15, 1966 Noon Call Stock Quotes (Courtesy of D*mp**y-T*o»Ier & Co., Inc.} Allis-Chalmers ..34%jGen Motors 95 Artan's Dept Store 2£H» Am Tel i Tel 57% Anaconda ....S3 Armco 62 Ashland OU Gen Tel & Elec ............ 40% Gen Tire .................. 29% Georgia-Pacific .......... 60*4 GUlette Gordon's Jewelry 33H Bendix 76Vi Greyhound Beth Steel 35^'CtOf Oil 52% Carrier Corp 73%lGulf States Util 24% Celanese ,...69?iJHallibarton 47 Chrysler 51%JHo£fman Electr Delta Air SSSsjHo L&P Diamond Alk 34>4!lnterlake Steel 49% 37% Douglas Aircraft SOT»!lBM 498 Dow Chem 69*™ j Jones & Laugh 63 Dresser Ind 31% ;Kerr-McGee 67*4 DuPont 212JLine-Temco-Vought 59% El Paso Nat Ga s 20% j Magnavox 90 Ethyl Corp 34 j Marathon OU 53 Ford 51 [Monsanto 78% Foremost Daries 22V* j Nat Dairv 77 Gen Elec 107%! Nat Dist" 32% ! New York Central 70 [Penn RR i Pepsi Cola I Phillips Pet ... JRCA I i Raytheon ISears i Shell Advice — (Continued From Page 1) was 5134.942.4SO. It paid taxes on an assessment of 5175.683,330. In 1962, the school tax equalization board, composed of O. L. Qevenger, Hugh Lansford. John Street and B. A. Stewart, concluded that "the values rendered bv Humble Oil and Re- firing Co. are fair. ?"4 are based upon reasonable appraisal procedures. We are of the opinion that the taxable values ren- For La Porte . . . distinguished event! EXCLUSIVE LIMITED ENGAGEMENT I MR ICMJ3 Admission: Adults 51.25. Students §1.00 Children 50c Now Showing Thru Wednesday dered by Humble represents a ratio well in line with that of real property within the school district." In its report, the board went on to say: "We and members of the school district tax office spenr an extra - ordinary amount of time this year studying the ren- 59 jditions of corporations that pay 76%! taxes to this school district. 51% 48 57 Woman's Body is Found Near Cor In Greens Bayou HOUSTON (APi — The body caved in acd the hood was Dorothy r.. naves. 37, was!sprung, recovered Monday night from 10! M rs Haye s was last heard feet of water in. Green's Bayocjfrom easiy Wednesday when she about 50 feet from where her reportedly phoned her husband, car had crashed into the bayou oil the East Frefway. The body was identified at the Bayfown Child, 11.» Of H Teacher Dies i u 11 kj« L ' n Houston Hospital Is Hurt In Mishap * Edward Hayes, of 3201 Red Hayes *** his *** " as « scene by Mrs Haves' relatives.!- . It was found about 8:50 p.m. bv mg a " d tol ? * lm * at she G. E. Bums. 1301 Ave. A. South | %**"*' *' her house at Houston a skin-diver for ,he! Redbud and was to 3&J Marine Diving Co., Inc., off. his house. She never arrived, he Pasadena. Houston Police Lt. E. said an autopsy will be performed at S a.m. Wednesday. "As of now, it looks like an ac- •said and the husband reported Eleven-year-old Nancy Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester E. Smith of 714 Harold Lane, was back in school Tuesday after suffering bumps and bruises when her bicycle collided with a car about 7:46 a.m. Monday at Park and Pruett. Patrolman Harvey Frost, who investigated, said the car was making a right turn from Pruett onto Park at the time. He said that apparently the bicycle rid- to the sheriffs department \Ved-i er cut ^ fro ^ t or ^e car. He nesday that his wife was miss- ^-^ ^ e driver, Annie Seaton Johnson of 1124 Cherry, was net ing. Mrs. Hayes was reportedly cident." said Police Si;t. B. M.|" U * JSO1 " lhe previous day be- Jordv. . j cause an "unknown car" had given a citation. The youngster was taken to a doctor's office by private car. "Because Humble is the largest taxpayer in the district, we gave that company's rendition particular attention. We checked j 58?s|the records used by Humble'sj :'Sinclair 57HJR- W. KeUey to determine the! 'Soconv 84%(values rendered by the com- iSperry-Rand 18'ijpany, studied the methods used IStanCal 71% ; " "-*« JStan Ind 42^ ! Stan N J i 6 I Stan Ohio i Stauffer Chem |Sun OU .... | Sunray ! Syntex 1 Technicolor -. Tenn Gas 23% Mrs. Have s. xvas reported I beep - Blowing her. missing the middle of hist week.! Mrs. Hayes, an employe of Her car was recovered Sun-'the Anchor Hocking Glass Corp. j p^A PrOQram day in the bayou near where ill plant at 4202 Fidelity, was three j ^^ had crashed through a guard j months pregnant at the time of i ALAMO PARENT-Teacher Asso- rail in the 13000 block of the i her disappearance. She had sec- ciation will meet at 9:30 a.m. East Freeway sometime Wed-lretly married Hayes last Octo- Wednesday to hear a taped Keep Bayfown Cfean / Miss Joyce Benbrook, 59. who taught a number of Bayrown students at the University of Houston, died Sunday in a Houton hospital. Miss Benbrook was one of two mary grades arithmetic and was professor of elementary education at the U of H. Funeral services are scheduled at 4 p.m. Tuesday at Sette- <;ast - Kopf Chape!. After cremation, the ashes will be buried in Teague Cemetery. LEGAL NOTICE SEALED BIOS will t» receive* &/ the Office cl Flnonc* Director of Gooie Creek Consolidated Independent Scrtool District until 5:00 PM.. Wednesfiey. Marco 30. 1946 lor &ont) instruments c™j equipment, band uniforms. KDrcry equipment. cr.a genera! ecuipTwnt and rynisfi- irss. Bids wit* Se opft~!ec on TnurMcy. March 31. !944 at whicfl time o.afiers may present. Ssecifications end necesory may De nod by calling at information ne Business i Texaco • 74% [Texas Eastern 20% I Texas Gulf Sul 107 ] Tidewater -M& (Union Carbide 63Ms STARTS THURSDAY A DOG-GONE DAFFY DISASTER i i Union Oil of Cal 50% United Air Lines 113% U S Steel 48% \VestemEquities 54% Westinghouse 60% Xerox 221% in arriving at those values, and then discussed every facet of the rendition with Rumble's tax agent, Windlinger." In 1963, the tax equalization board composed of Henry M. Singleton, Truman D. Cox, Boyd N. Hill, Donald R. Lang and Luke H. Miller, recommended the following: 3, That an appraisal firm be Rotary Concert* THE ROBERT E. LEE High]school district taxes j School's Stage Band employed to evaluate the industrial and business properties of the school district 2. That this appraisal firm be retained on a fee- to keep such properties on a current basis. 3. That the modernization of the tax office procedure be accelerated to the maximum extent possible, employing if feasible, the computer obtained for Le e College. Humble pays 60 per cent of The re- WA THE 1SNEY5 UGC/ UND BOX OFFICE OPENS 12:15 PJM. DECKER DRIVE IN THEATRE - TONIGHT -- SEAX CONXERY In "THE HILL" — and — "SYNAXON" WEDNESDAY O-X-L-Y BARGAIN HUE ADULTS 25c Always 2 Features AXD WILLIAM HOLDER* "STALA6 17" nesday. jber. speech given by Judge Harold! 0 ^' mu ,, lrl J1CTI ^^ The car's ignition and light! Sam Kessinger at the state con-JTi» sSiooi'oisw-ict^reWr"^';r^ r.yit ^o switches were turned on. A ! li Jericho, whose famous wallsivention. The public is invited to|ofa e ae«S«j 0 most l! cdl1^teflo ! ^°!o C ^? : a "'' of the glass had been broken [ were built some 8,000 years ago. j hear "The World's Greatest Ad-! GEORGE' H. GENTRY out. The left side of the car was is the oldest known walled town.-venture." i.v.crch N FAMILY NIGHT V 2 FRIED CHICKEN or BARBECUED LINK SAUSAGES or FRIED SHRIMP or CHICKEN FRIED STEAK 3 Vegetables—Tea or Coffee—Garlic Toast SERVED FAMILY STYLE C< OIT ^~ or S1 ^~ or Children I »£,3 Adults I Under 12 WEDNESDAY 5 P.M. 'til 9 P.M. Frontier Barbecue 1007 North Main Phone 583-9772 , _. w _.„. under the maining 40 per cent is paid by direction of Charles Forque. will j property owners and other in- j present a concert for the Wed- i dustrie s and businesses. ! nesday noon meeting of the Bay-j For many years. Humble has | town Rotary Club atthe Tower. ! paid school district taxes in ad- jvance. This has enabled the dis- | trict to meet its obligations | without having to borrow funds | between the time taxes are lev- jied and collected. j In mid - September, Humble ! makes its first tax payment to I the school district. For each month thereafter, until Dec. 15 of each tax year, the company makes a partial payment. The final payment is made the last week in January. For example, in mid-September of 1965. Humble paid the I school district 5450,000 a s the i first installment on its tax bill. Additional monthly payments of the same amount were made through October, November, and December. iyjVTTnt<JiPfc N °w SHOWING fjlLLlU LCLiU LP Thru WEDNESDAY A picture for women to see with their hearts! TECHNICOLOR .^.JOHNFORSYTHE^KEIRDULLEA^.. 50c 'TILL 1:00 P.M. MON, THRU FRI. FAMILY FUN EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT FRIED FISH WITH HUSH PUPPIES-COLE SLAW AND FRENCH FRIED POTATOES. ALL * 23 YOU CAN I Per EAT § Person ">LVKE FT A FAMILY AFFAIR" 300 S- HWY. K6 583-748! A Medaffimi Horn CUCPK MXIM6 -AU-nZCUBC KTTCHW . MOOT Fairmont Park AX ESTABLISHED COMMUNITY 2 MILES WEST OF LA PORTE ON SPENCER HWY. GOOD DESIGN plus GOOD CONSTRUCTION pins GOOD PROPERTY STANDARDS equal "GOOD VALUES" V.A. -- F.H.A. - Conventional FROM $15,000.00 to $35,000.00 Team « | (Continued From Page 1) replied that he could not and asked Parkinson whether he could be sure it would work. "I just wanted to make a point, and I have already admitted we could not be sure it would work, but that we are %villing to give it a try," Parkinson replied. Trustee Mitchell expressed the opinion that the administrative change would be a step in the right direction. "We need some people at the higher levels in the school system to work on the problems. I just wonder if we have enough people to accomplish the desired results on the first (or executive) team here." Shirey replied that the board's policy committee, which recommended the administrative change, had taken the need for additional people "on down the ! road" into consideration and had (decided the propoed change was j a step toward a large organization that would eventually be I necessary to do the kind of plan- j ning job a growing schwool district requires. Trustees « (Continued From Page 1) j Beavers of not keeping the | board properly informed of mat| ters of interest to them. He i read copies of several letters ! from the McNair chapter of the • National Association for Ad- ivancement of Colored People ! dated last summer concerning {XAACP objections to additions I to McNair school. He charged ithat these letters had never I been shown him. Hill also spoke on the board's j attitude toward some correc- i tions he wanted made in the j minutes of previous meetings. j the "gross underpay" of Mrs. ) Agnes Mouton who records proceedings at board meetings in shorthand, provisions for poll watchers in next month's trustee elections and other matters Sterling High Drum, | Trumpet Teacher Hired Mrs. Claire Bays, director of the girls' drill team at Furr High School in Houston for the past five years, will head the drum and trumpet corps at Ross Sterling High School. Mrs. Bays was among seven new teachers hired Monday night by the school board. A graduate of the University of Texas, she attended the University of Hawaii and University of Houston. She has been teaching social sciehce at Furr High School in addition to physi-i cal education and. leading the 1 drill team. Open Daily 9 to 9 A Division of the S. S. Kre»g« Company with over 900 Kres^e, K mart and Jupiter Stores. TRADES DAY DISCOUNT VALUES! 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All metal with vented top, Save at Kmart, SILICOXE PAD A COVER 67c Noa Stick Cooking With Teflon?) 10 INCH TEFLON FRYING SKILLET 25 W. to 100 Watt Viscose Rayon Blend Room Siz e Foam Backed Rug Trades Day Charge It! 1 Light Bulbs Caryl Richards Just Wonderful Hair Spray 33 2 23c 2 99c Heavy gauge aluminum . . . spreads heat evenly, eliminates hot spots, scorching, and food sticking. Teflon coated for greaseless frying. Stock up now at tremendous snvinss. Choose from 23 watt to 100 watt, all at the same low discount price. Enjoy the savings on your favorite, nad our most popular selling hair spray . . . Carl Richards Just Wonder- fuL Trades Day Charge IH Easy Clean, Non-Stick Teflon 5 9-PC. TEFLON ALUMINUM COOKWARE SET For Traveling or Storage Luxurious appearance, good wear and plenty of comfort underfoot enhances the decor of bedrooms, liivng rooms, or dens. It is backed with non skid foam. Approximate sizes V. Your choice of decorator colors. Trades Day Charge It! 7 HEAVY DUTY, REINFORCED FOOT LOCKER 88 RUG YARN 5 For I 00 Set consist of 5 quart Dutch oven, with cover, 1 quart sauce pan. J quart sauce pan with covers, and 10 inch frvjne p:m, nyon spoon and spatula. Teflon coated for ftreasclcss, 'non stick, cooking. Trodes Day Charge it! 6 66 Hravy duty, Mipf-r >tr«-n£th construction. LeiRhweipht. vet strone and durable. Removable shelf compartment and locking hasp. Save at Kmart trades day. Charge It. BAYTOWN 1801 N. PRUETT STREET K MART PLAZA OPEN DAILY 9cun. to 9 pjn. ALWAYS FREE PARKING BAYTOWN 1801 N PRUETT STREET K-MART PtAZA

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