The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 16, 1966 · Page 7
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 7

Baytown, Texas
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Wednesday, March 16, 1966
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*** Wednesday. March 16, 1966 Livea Me better Noon Call Stock Quotes (Ccurfesy of Dampssy-Tegekr & Co.. lac.] Allis - Chalmers 34% Schlumberger 73% Arlan's Dept Store 20%,'Sears 56% Am Tel & Tel 57% Shell 33 Anaconda StftijSinelair Armco -. 623i;Socony 84% Ashland Oil 51% j Sperry - Rand Bendix Beth Steel 35% Stan Ind Carrier Corp 729i;Stan N J 77%jStan Cal 72% Woman Found Gemini Team Drilled Into Orbit -In Greens Bayou Had Broken Neck Celanese 42% 76% 69% Stan Ohio 6256 Chrysler SMt'StaufferChem Delta Air 8474, Sun Oil Diamond Alk 33 fSyntex Douglas Aircraft 82% Dow Chem 70% ~>uPont 212% a Paso Nat Gas 20% Ethyl Corp 33% •"ord 50% foremost Dairies 22% Gen Elec 108% 3en Motors 95% Gen Tel & Elec 41% Technicolor 47% 70% 94% 15% Tean Gas 23% Texaco Texas Eastern 75% 20% Texas Gulf Sul 106% with Spring Cash from COMMUNITY Does the grass look greener in your neighbor's yard? Perhaps he got cash from us... cash for gardening, home improvements, spring clothing or other seasonal needs. You can do the same! Tax- time, bill-time, shopping-time ... it's time for you to start living a little better. See us today for your springtime loan. LOANS S1OO • $5OO • $9OO • $14OO AND UP COMMUNITY FINANCE CORPORATION of Baytown 124 W. Texas Ave Phone: 583-7316 Serving ;he people of Texas for over 19 years! Gen Tire 30% Tidewater 43% Union Carbide 63 Union Oil of Cal 50% United Air Lines 113% Upjohn Drug 72% US Steel 48% HOUSTO N— An investigation nto the death of Mrs. Dorothy ^ Hayes, whose body was recovered from Greens Bayou Monday night after her car had been found there Wednesday, showed Tuesday that Mrs. Hayes had suffered a broken neck, fractured ribs and possible chest injuries. Police officials said Monday night, after locating Mrs. Hayes' body about 50 feet from wher her car was found that her death was considered an accident but that the investigation would continue, pending the outcome of an autopsy. Associate medical examiner (Corrffrtt>ed Front Page I) from earth, the two rookies of the ITS. space program prepared to ride their own rocket aloft at 11:41 a.m. "Very good! Very good!' Armstrong exclaimed as word was received in th« Gemini spacecraft of the AUas-Agena's perfect performance. The weather was near - perfect, cool jad virtually cloudless. Command strong and pHot Neil Arm- pilot David Scott Gillette 34% Western Equities 54% Georgia-Pacific 63% Gordon's Jewelry 17% Greyhound ...." 20% Gulf Oil 52% Gulf States Util 25 Halliburton 47% Hoffman Electr 19% Ho L&P 49% Interlake Steel 37% IBM 498% Jones & Laugh 64 Kerr-McGee 67% Ling - Temco - Vought ... 59 Magnavox Westingbouse ,. 59% Xerox 224 Rites Thursday For Baytonian Harry Kennedy Harry James Kennedy, 59, of 150 N. Burnet Drive, who Feb . j. from Shell Marathon Oil 53% Houston refinery after 37 years Monsanto 79 Nat Dairy 77% Nat Dist 32%! of service, died at 11:15 a.m. * Tuesday in a Pasadena hospital. Kennedy, who suffered a stroke a week ago, apparently died of a heart attack. Kennedy moved to Baytown seven years ago from Pasadena. 'Bom and educated in Conneaut, Ohio, he joined Shell at the (Houston Refinery in January of School Libraries |1929 as a craneman's helper in BAYTOWN LEAGUE of Women the engineering field depart- Voters will present a prograrr ment. After several other as- on elementarv school libraries signments he transferred to the Central Perm RR 59 Pepsi Cola 77% Phillips Pet 51% RCA. , 49 Raytheon at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at Sterling Municipal Library. A film, "And Something More," which depicts services and activities of an elementary school library program, will be public is invited. shown. The Mr. and Mrs. James J. Coon, 1011 Patsy Drive. Baytown, are shown with their three daughters, Dena, 5, Cindy 4, and Brenda, 3. in the family's new 1966 Chevrolet l/ 2 ton pickup. E. G. "Johnny" Johnson, left, is, the sales representative at Buck Turner Chevrolet who assisted James and Faye in making their choice. James is a barber at Bill's Barber Shop. 8 North Main and Faye is a beautician at Eloise's, 41 I North Jones. James h also on th& board of directors of the Junior Chamber of Commerce and is an avid fisherman ar.d golfer. The family attends the Calvary Missionary Baptist Church. Utilities Department in 1&36 and continued in this department until his retirement. He was a member of the Elks Lodge in Pasadena. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Ola Mae Kennedy of Baytown; two sisters, Mrs. Ellen Bernar- .do of Ashtabula. Ohio, and Mrs. J Clare Seeley of Fullerton, Calif. ; jfour brothers, Frank Kennedy of Conneaut, Kenneth Kennedy of Englewood, Calif., James Kennedy of Chino, Calif., and William Kennedy of Big Pine, Calif. Also surviving are a number of nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Colonial Funeral Home, 901 S. Main, Pasadena. Minister will be the Rev. H_ D. Hale. Interment will be in Forest Park Lawndale Cemetery. Pallbearers will be C. C. Cuff, M. E. Wright, Jeff Fleming, L. J, Hallmark, L. H. McDonald and W. E. Ursprung. Dr. Robert Bucklin said that it was not known whether the woman drowned or died of injuries. Bucklin did say that he still considered the death an accident He also said that his autopsy report was incomplete but that it should be finished later this week. Mrs. Hayes, secretly married since October because of previous divorce stipulations, disappeared last Wednesday. Her car had crashed through the guar drail in the 13000 block of the East Freeway. Mrs. Hayes, wife of Edward Hayes of 3201 Red Bluff, has a 16-year old son, Harold. Mrs. Hayes had previously been married to A. D. Fields of 129=2 Market and could retain custody of Harold ana their house only as long as she remained single under terms of her divorce from Fields. FUNERAL NOTICE MCCOY Funeral services w«re hew for Miss Ora Vern McCcy, 66, of «0 W. Republic at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Earthman Chapel. The Rev- Robert M. Oieek. pastor of First Baptist Church, officiated. Burial was in Hill of Rest Cemetery. Miss McCoy, a Boytown resident for O years, died at 3:15 a.m. Tuesday ki a Houston hospital. Survivors are her mother, Mrs. Gertrude McCoy of Baytown; o sister, A*rs. W. H. Platt of Baytown; a brother, 1_ O. McCoy of Beaumont, and a niece Mrs. Bill Miles of Baytown. Pallbearers were £. F. Mattils, James W. Martin. Leonard Martin, A. W. Sowell, Jimmy Smith and A. J, Bashrum. Honorary pallbearers were M. H. Saxon. W. H. Blaslnoame, Dr. W. O. . . Isaac (Deacon) Finch. . . . Jones and Young HARRIS GOPs COUNTY Young Re- publicians will host the 1366 Texas Young Republican Federa - tion Convention, March 18-20, at the Shamrock Hilton Hotel in Houston. Speaker for the award banquet on March 19 will be Sen. Wallace F. Bennett of Utah, ranking GOP on the banking and currency committee. TIRE FOR THE SOUTHWEST newBFC ivertown tire gives you up to 5d% more mileage than regular tires (SO put your money / where the mileage is!) The Southwest is the only area in the United States where you can get B.F.Gooclrich Silvertown Radial 990 tires today! These revolutionary new tires are completely different from regular passenger tires... in engineering, construction, and performance! They carry extreme loads safer, provide greater stability. They give you improved high speed performance, handling and cornering ability. They provide up to 50% more mileage than regular tiro —and more mileage from the same gasoline you now usel Learn how much easier and safer everyday driving can be with the new BFG SiJvertown Radial 990... first tire to break the mileage barricrl BE FIRST...JOIN THE BFG RADIAL TIRE REVOLUTION! B.EGoodrich 514 W. Texas Ave. The straight-talk tire people. 582-8254 Vocation Program Held For REL Sophomores Sophomores at Robert E. Lee High School Wednesday took part in the first of two vocational guidance meetings scheduled for REL pupils. Another program is planned next week for juniors and senior. Speaker for the Tuesday program was the Rev. Charles Teykl, who spok e on "Importance of Setting Goals." Brian Baker, class president, introduced the speaker and Beverly Calhoun introduced class officers. fumed in for 10 hours of sleep Tuesday night while technicians solved three late - developing problems in the Gemini vehicle which threatened the launch. "Hie troubles—in a communications link, a fuel-cell power system and a jet thruster — caused a 90-minute holdup in fueling but did not delay the countdown. Scooter-Auto Crash Injures Baytown Youth A 15-year-old Baytown was seriously injured at p.m. Tuesday when he wasj thrown 22 feet from his motor boy 4:16 Mission. Control said the communications bug affected the capsule intercom and prevented the astronauts from cutting off the other's voice transmissions to ground stations. Officials said the trouble had not been located but it was not critical and the mission would proceed. The two other problems were isolated and corrected. Both the United States and the Soviet Union must perfect the docking technique before committing men to lunar voyages. Gemini 8 will fly the identical path that Gemini 6 did in moving to within one foot of Gemini during the historic December rendezvous of two spaceships. Armstrong interview if manned j White It That will take sorr.e expert flying, since both vehicles will b e zipping along at more than 17,500 miles an hour. But the relative speed differences when contact is made is to be equivalent to a man taking a step every six seconds. Armstrong has demonstrated his skill as a pilot as a veteran of many flights in the X15 rocket research plane. He once flew the dart-shaped X15 3.9S9 miles an hour to an altitude of nearly 40 miles. Scott will be the third man to step into space, following the trail blazed by the Soviet cosmonaut. Alexei Leonov, and Gemini 4 astronaut Edward H. was asked in an he expected any was just a year ago this week, on March IS, 1965, that Leonov- became the world's first trouble with the docking maneu-j human satellite, taking a brief trAV» • -. n - . .. . ver. He replied: "I'm not a bit worried about t. When you do touch you can expect some reaction on the oart of the other vehicle. The • 10-minute walk. White was outside the Gemini 4 craft for 21 minutes last June 4. "Ed White showed us that man can survive outside a space ship," Scott said. "On our Resident Here 47 Years Dies Funeral services were held for Miss Ora Vera McCoy. 66. of 400 \V. Republic, at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Earthmaa Chapel. The Re% F . Bob Cheek, pastor of First Baptist Church, officiated. Burial was in Kill of Rest Cemetery. Miss McCoy, a Baytown resident for 47 years, died at 3:15 a.m. Tuesday in a Houston hospital. Survivors are her mother, Mrs. Gertrude McCoy of Baytown; a sister, Mrs. \V.~H. Plan of Bay:own; a brother, I. O. McCoy of Beaumont, and a niece. Mrs. Bill MiJes of Baytown, Junior Forum JUNIOR FORUM will meet at 9:30 a.m. Thursday at Citizens National Bank. amount that it reacts will de- flight we'll try to put that ability >end on how hard you hit it, TO operational use." " , now squarely you hit it. j The opening of Scott's hatch is j "It's going to be our intent tojscheduled for Thursday mom-! lit it as squarely and firmly as ing. 20 hours, 36 minutes after jjossible at just the right veloci-j launching, after the astronauts y the first time." j hav» had a good night's sleep. wood Drive and Katherine, Randell Edward Dodd, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dodd, 326 Barnes, was admitted to San Jacinto Methodist Hospital. Taken to the hospital in a Paul U. Le e ambulance, the boy suffered fractures and lacerations on his legs and abrasions on his head. The wreck happened. Patrolman Ronald Cooper said, when Dodd was was unable to stop his motor scooter at the inter-! section and struck the right rear door of a car driven bv Isabel Jones, 142 Katherine. Copper said Dodd was given a ticket for exceeding safe speed and Mrs. Jones was charged with failure to yield right-of-way. Hear DR. ROBT. GOODRICH MAR. 27-30 ST. MARK'S METHODIST CHURCH Volkswagen Little Known Facts About A Wel5 Known Liffle Car! DID YOU KNOW? Did you know that Volkswagen has the highest resale value of any car sold - foreign or domestic. N.A.D.A. official used car f guide qualifies this statement. 606 East Texas Ave. s^KS53^;jS;^3;?s;:;fc;£SEm^ TEXAS MOTOR IMPORT AUTHORIZED DEALER Phone 582-8113 Police Keep Busy On Ides Of March' Day The Ides of March brought a variety of complaints to the Baytown Police Department. Police were notified about boys shooting birds in a backyard on Britton, drag racing on I West Jack, speeding on West ; James and someone burning 1 trash in a back vard on East ' Lobit. j The Ide s of March falls I the 15th. on Riots - (Continued From Page 1) j 103rd Street and Wilmington I Avenue, then moved in with shotguns ready. By 7 p.m. they had cleared the streets. I Two hours later Gov. Brown flew in to confer with Mayor Samuel W. Yorty and then an- 'nounced the riot was under control. Brown later told newsmen he had alerted National Guard officials three days ago after hearing there was "a lot of unrest in the aTea," He said he received a tip from Assembly-man F. Douglas Ferrell, D-Los Angeles, and told Guard officials to confer with police about possible activation of the Guard. On Dean's List BONNIE MAGNESS, a Houston Baptist College freshman and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Magness of Highlands, has made the Dean's Lost at the college with a grade average of better than 3.5 out of a possible 4. She is a biology major. Jaycees Conclave ! STATE REP. Cameron Hightower of Liberty, who represents Chambers, Liberty and Montgomery counties in the Texas legislature, will leave Thursday for the annual board of directors meeting of the U.S. Jun- jor Chamber of Commerce in Tulsa, Okla., March 17-19. Baytown Kiwanis K3WANIS LT, GOV. Howard Newton of Houston will make his official visit to the Baytown Kiwanis Club at the Thursday noon meeting at the Tower. 100 Club Member Bayshore Motors, Inc., has earned membership in the "100, Club," a nationwide organization of outstanding Lincoln - Mercury salesmen, A. B. Connors, Dallas district sales manager for Lm- »ln - Mercury, has announced, rlaffelfinger has placed among the top third of all Lincoln - Mercury salesmen. ON SECOND TIRE! GET 1ST U.S. ROYAL TIRE FOR ligerfbws The rain tire 4 i t£? = Ci i. 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