The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 16, 1966 · Page 13
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14 Wednesday, March 16. 1966 CHANNELVIEW PFA PLANS STOCK SHOW MARCH 18-19 Wednesday, March 16, 1966 II By MALTUNE HOLLOCAX Ctaneeiview Correspondent The Channelview Chapter of Future Farmers of America is preparing for their annual livestock show to be held during the FFA Fair March 18-13. The show grounds will be behind the junior and senior high schooL Entries will be from Furr High School and C. E. King High School as well as local 441 dub members. Channelview and FFA p.m. and 9 p.m. Thursday. The parade in conjunction with the show will be held Sat urday. It will begin at 10 a.m. making up at the county pari .and proceed down Market St. to SheWon Road and on to thi high school. YOCTH RAIXY Seventeen members of *h senior Methodist Youth Fellow ship of Old River Terrace Meth- FFA members have 27 head of beef cattle, 22 head of swine. 35 rabbits, five pens of poultry, 20 head of Club odist Church of Channelview, at tended the Youth Rallv a Moody Center in Galveston. Guest speaker was Bisho] Copeland of Nebraska. He talked on "Youth Witness." The Bal goats, one pen of pheasants, one j laire Youth Choir sang for the ewe and one Jersey heifer that'rally. can be entered for the judging. ! MYF groups from Texas Entries for the livestock show j Oklahoma, Louisiana and Ark must be brought in between 3 ansas were in attendance. W. E- (WAUL.Y) DUNKS, right, Humble service station manager in Highlands, receives an award from R. W. Wilhelm, Humble's marketing manager, during the company's 12th annual service station managers* convention in Austin. Dunks was named a "Manager of the Year." The award is given each year for achievements in business, civic and community affairs. Action Is Postponed On LBJ Park Issue FREDER1CKSBURG, T e x. f en a petition with 221 signatures (AP) — After pleas not to take j protesting proceedings ordered away land in which the owners | by the commissioners against have invested "their blood, their j four property owners, sweat," Gillespie County com-] The petition also protested a missioners have postponed condemnation proceedings for Lyndon B. Johnson State Park. The proceedings—against four State Parks and Wildlife Department request for 399 acres in addition to the original 245 acres proposed by the depart- landowners living within sight ! ment for the park just across of the President's ranch — could! the Federnales River from the resume in the near future. j Texas White House. "We have never been given a Only one tract of 18.73 acres definite reason why a park has been condemned for the must be created over the liveslpark. A county court jurv _ „ w _„. __ . ______ ^ and livelihood. . . the bodies of j awarded S450 an acres for that j brilliant Hawaiian costumes. Don't forget the modem math classes for parents being taught at Qiannelview High School Tuesdays and Thursdays of each week. Anyone interested, contact Mrs. Florence Butler at GL. 2-7811. Mrs. Barbara Sutterfield at GL 2-4147 or Mrs. Frieda M- lon at GL 2-7534. Classes start at 7:30 p.m. in room 30 at the high school. AUSTEN" CONFERENCE H. C. Schochler, superintendent of Channelview schools, will represent the community at a conference on libraries to be held in Austin March 23. The conference, called by Gov. John Connally, will include state, county, city and private libraries. The purpose of the conference is to accelerate and co-ordinate the development of better li b r a r y service throughout the state. BARB HONORED Lovard Barr, member of the Channelview School Board, was honored at a Founders Day Program of the Viola Cobb Elementary Parent-Teachers Association. He was presented a life membership award for his work in iie Channelview Community. VIrs. Ralph Kemp, president of Viola Cobb PTA, made the presentation. CHOIR PROGRAM The choir of Old River Terrace Methodist Church and Galena Park Methodist ^Church will perform jointly again this year in presenting the Easter Cantata at both churches. The 54th birthday of Girl Scouts was celebrated Sturday by Troop 1491 of Channelview with a luau at Old River Terrace Methodist Fellowship Hall. Invitations were issued to 'amilies of the scouts to the "little grass shack." The entrance :o the fellowship hall was through a "grass hut" built around the door. Ujxjn entering he hall, it was as if one had stepped into one of the beaches of Hawaii. Prior to the start of the festivities a Court of Awards was icld and 13 girls were presented the Sign of the Star Award. "hey were Debbie Ballew, Karen Brewer, Karen Barnes, Debbie Cannon, Debbie Elrod, Wendy Garies, Julia Goetschius, Shelly Green, Julia Jones, Coleen Hannon, Mary Lou Simmons. Wanda Webb and Kathy Vills. The Sign of the Arrow was ^resented to Cindy Drebert, Connie Guillory and Laura Richart. Following the presentations, he banquet of all authentic and exotic Hawaiian food was icrved to 65 attendinng. All were eated on bright colored cush- ons on the floor. Women and girls were dressed n bright large floral mumus or those who best they have have. and sweat," said the Rev. Theo Sager. j He is pastor of Trinity Luth-j eran Church, across the Peder-j nak-s River from the LBJ | c Presidenrs fam invested the [parcel, xvhere a motel was to .their blood ha v e been built. kJ ««,*</% f\£ , FlQQlC UT -^ , Bryan Announces An overflow crowd of 75 per- j f 15 sons in the commissioners' i1 Qj* f\£j" courtroom applauded vigorously! Sa.ser and four other speakers, j State Sen. William T. (Bill) The commissioners, who voted j Moore, 47, of Bryan has an Feb. 25 to launch condemnation jnounced his candidacy for re- proceedings against four of the;election to the senate in the new- remaining five tracts in the jiv formed Fifth Senatorial Dis- original 245 acres of the park,! trict which now includes Cham- instructed County Arty. Richard jbers and 16 other counties. Hoerste- to take no further ac-j "I am running for my old job tion in the matter until he hears Jin the Senate." Moore said, from them. The next regular "and I respectfully ask the sup- commissioners meeting scheduled April 11. port of the voters in all of the i counties of the new, re-aligned The action preceded by one j district. It has been my purpose day the county attorney's plan j to help first the people of the dis- to set the condemnation i trict I am elected to represent machinery in motion Tuesday, jand to see to it that our state The commissioners were giv-j government is sound, efficient ] and responsive. This I can, and Rifle Training Given U.S. Gls Draws Criticism WASHINGTON (AP) — A c:- [will continue to do." ship training the Army men going into combat. I I "The next legislative sessions I will involve numerous matters | of vital importance to Texas and 'to the people of th e Fifth District," the 47-year-old lawmaker added. "I have paid my filing fee in each county for a place on the Democratic Primary bal- jlot in May and p!an to counsel jwith as many people as possible i between now and election day." gives j Thc newly { orm ed Fifth District consists of the following 17 ?*,•, » _ , - v**>w-i ^'^1*^*^1.0 V>4 LJit A^iJV/*> 4J 1=, J-« The Army s ; p r o c e d u r e I c n ; B Burleson. leaves something to oe de- chamb Fa Freestone. - sired," said the report by Ar-j G V"^ ;,""£'„ 'j^ thur D. Little Inc. The firm sur-' Sl rt - uston - veyed the nation's civilian marksmanship program and its , Ub- rty, Madison, Montgomery- Pvobcrtson, San Jacinto, Trinity, . The Army requested the survey. "We were surprised to find that no desired objectives term rvvo years ago, Moore is running for- ie - election in 1966 as a re- The men and boys came in loud colored shirts, shorts and surfer outfits. Linda Elrod, dressed in the native costume, performed a Hawaiian dance and was backed by a group of girls also brilliantly costumed that sang and did all the hand movements of the song. Everyone enjoyed the "Mr. Rembrandt" pictures that were acted out by the parents and girls. Then came the "hula contest." Ralph Wills won the title of "King Huia" and was presented a cocoanut as his prize. "Miss Hula" was won by Zollie Jones. She was given a pineapple. "Little Miss Hawaii" was won by Denise Laird and she was presented a Hawaiian doll. Following all the festivities, the beautifully decorated birthday cake was brought ou and enjoyed with real Hawaiian coffee and punch. Peggy Smith and Lynne Conroy, senior girls from Northshore Girl Scouts, assisted with all the preparations for the luau. PERSONAL MENTION Mike Reeves, son of Mr and MTS. J. A. Bailey of 13425 Vonet, s stationed at Mare Island in Vallejo. Calif., with the U.S. Coast Guard. He is currently taking a weapons preparatory course and will hen take 14 weeks of advanced raining. His rating at present s Fire Control Technician Seaman. Reeves is a 1965 graduate of Channelview High School. C. W. Boekcr of 622 Harding, has joined the building material sales staff at Oishan Lumber Co. Boeker, a longtime resident of Channelview, owned and operated Boeker Lumber Co. prior to rifle marksmanship proficiency have been set for either units or individuals going into combat," tiie firm reported. The study recommended that the armed forces conduct "needed research." including perhaps making what it called "quality control checks" on the marksmanship proficiency of rifle units going into combat. The Army says it is puzzled by this criticism. It points out that every man is required to quaiify with a rifle by reaching a certain standard or target hits. But a spokesman said the service is considering "whether we can establish a proficiencj level for units," as opposed to individuals. The study said the civilian marksmanship program which last year encompassed 417,576 persons in 5,902 gun clubs "contributes significantly" suit of the redistricting measure selling. passed by the legislature last! Mr. and Mrs. Charles Free-j Tf year in compliance with the U.S. jman of Channelview, are the ne Court's "one man, one parents of a daughter, Deborah! vote" decision. SEN. W. T. MOORE Denise, born Feb. 4 at San Jacinto Hospital in Baytown. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mss. J. B. Pipkin of Channelview and paternal grandparents arc Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Freeman of Lufkin. Babbs Tharp, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Tharp, has spent two weeks in Tidelands Hospital suffering from pneumonia. Mrs. John Harvey of 15821 Mainbocher has been released from Tidelands Hospital after undergoing surgery. H. C. Schochler of 16926 Market has put his waterfront home up for sale. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Gillis of 17642 Lakeshore Drive have had as their house guests Col, and Mrs Harry Holland of New York. After a visit with the Gfllises.j :he Hollands plan to go to! Phoenix, Ariz., to see their I daughter before returning home. Repeated Due To Your Many Requests... FREE « PHOTO OF YOUR CHILD Mickey Jenkins, Professional Child Photographer Will Be !n Our Store - Thurs.. Fri., & Sat.- !0 a.m. to 5 p.m. Age Limit — I Month to 6 Years We Highly Recommend Mr Jenkins And The Quality Work He Does, No Finer Pictures Are Available At Any Price. W. D. HoOowoy •V*" PIGGLY WIGGLY BEEF Swift's Premium FRANKS - 39c Swift's Premium BOLOGNA 59c Pound Package .,— OYSTERS 79c Try these from Piggly Wiggly SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY - MARCH 17, 18, 19 N. AMERICAN SIOUX BEE Honey 4 Lb. Jar FOREMOST Buttermilk Hdf Gallon FOREMOST _ Cot. Cheese 1 Q c Pound Carton I Vr FOREMOST Orange Drink 1Q C Half Gal. Carton I W KRAFT'S AMERICAN Cheese Slices 12 Oz. Pkg. ALMA Spinach 2 300 Size Cons HUNGRY JACK Pancake Mix 2 Lb. Box BAMA PEACH or APRICOT Preserves 3 18-oz. Glasses DEL MONTE ALL GREEN Asparagus 3 No. 1 Cans RONCO ELBO Macaroni 2 8-oz. Bags ^ ^-» ^«^ -^m^- mt ^mmm^^- STEAKS WART CHARMING O- J* ** true thai some people haxe the ability to remote icartt by magic? A. Many people believe in wan charming — and for a very good reason. Wans have a limited life. so that any "treatment" (Huckleberry Finn used spunJc water) applied near the end of the wart's life results in a cure. The cure is then erroneously attributed .to the immediately preceding "treatment" (split pea, spunk water, rabbit's foot, or what-have-you) EMBRYONIC LEFT-OVERS Q. / hare (mall, finger-like projections in front of my ears. What could this be? Should the groKtks be removed? A. Projections of this sort and in this location are ususally embroyonsc left-overs. They should probably be surgically removed. When skillfully done, only a hairline scar remains. Answers appearing in these columns are of necessity brief and general and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of all physicians. Remember— the diagnosis and treatment of disease is the function of the patient's personal physician. Today's drugs, in teixns of relief from pain and swift recovery from illness, are priceless ... yet their cost is mere pennies per dose. Oar professional skill is an important ingredient in each prescription we fill. PHARMACY PHONE 583-7326 LOCATED IN PIGGLY-WIGGIY TENDERIZED ROUNDS PIGGLY WIGGLY BEEF PIGSLY WIGGLY RUMP ROAST , 69c SIRLOIN STEAK , 89c PIGGLY WIGGLY BEEF PIGGLY WIGGLY TOM Mixed Nuts SWISS STEAK , 79c T-BONE STEAK Can COMSTOCK SLICED Pie Apples Can NING SWIFTS PREMIUM CUT UP Pound FRYER BREASTS FRYER LEGS LB. LB. 69c FRYER WINGS ,29c 39c FRYER NECKS & BACKS , 15c GALLON PLASTIC BAKE-RITE BUFFERIN TABLETS Bottfe of 100 Regular $1.39 DRUG VALUE DRISTAN TABLETS Reg. $1.19 Size PACQUINS Hand Cream Reg. $1.00 Size NOXEMA Shave Bomb Reg- Si.29 REVLON AQUAMARINE SHAMPOO 22 Ounce Size RED, YELLOW. Or LOW CALORIE HAWAIIAN PUNCH 00 STOKELY'S KRAFT'S JET PUFF MARSHMALLOWS 46-Cz. Cans 10 Ounce Bag .3IW1VCJLI i ^^ wg^^ Tomato Sauce3 e c-i7' NORTHERN BATHROOM Tissue OLEO ELGIN Pound Stick MAZOLA 24-Ounce Bottle * FARM FRESH PRODUCE • FIRM HEADS GREEN RUBY RED GRAPEFRUIT 5^39c LARGE CALIFORNIA LETTUCE ^ !9c CELLO CARROTS 2-We LOUISIANA YAMS 2 ,, 29c SUNKIST ORANGES ,19c APPLES 3^49c CUCUMBERS Pound *W WE GIVE GOLD BOND STAMPS WITH PURCHASES KRAFFS PHILADELPHIA CREAM 3 Ounce Package OTATOES Pound Bag Sun Classified Want Ad Rates PER LIME PEK DAY « CenMcrtiv* Dcrt 3 Coos»cntf»e Doyx ... Be. Me! B'.ic UMS THIS IS A 4 LINE AD, cut XU« lor Int 3 day*; SS.M tarjuti t don. ftese 512-8323 Of JO-fiat. Classified Department 582-8323 582-8324 704 N. Lodge Notices STATES COMMUNICATION of Goose Creek Loose No. 1192, A. F. ami A. M.. Thursday. March 17. !««*. 7:00 p.m. in the Goose Creek Wo- sonic tw!i. All members end visiting brerhrea cordially invited, tc ot- tend- W. J. Herris. W.M. E. E, Waugh. Secy. REGULAR MEETING OF , Woodmen of the World Wil- /WDW\ tow Camp, 1*22. Thursday. March 17. 1SS6. w _ , (Tex) Ho | (om , cc L. S. SBerman, Secy. CALLED MEETING OF Goos* Creek Locise No. J)«3 A. f=. ana A. M., Thursday." MCM-CH 17, !9oA, at 7:«5 p.m. j For tne purpose of fxxxjring J Goose Creek Assembly No. i ; SB. Order of Rainbow for girls. i=cmily : arid friends cordially Invited to attend. 1 W. J. Harris. Wjili. £. E. Wauan. Secy. , STATED CONVOCATiON ol 3 Kenedy Commandery No. 61. - .. Goose Creek Masonic hoii. Baytown. Wednesday. Mcrch 16. 1946, ot 7:30 p.m. Visiting <nig?rti welcome, members urged to attend. Homan Y. Reed, Cmdr. W. ft. Ashwood. Rec. 1-A Special Notices II WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE — For I any debts incurred by anyone olher than i rryselt, Cariton A. Porter Jr. ! MRS. KARL W. OPRYSHEK. Candidate icr Position No. 1 In the School Trustee Election, invites interested persons to cell at her NEW NUMBER 22-80*5. SANDERS CAKE SHOP — WEDDING SPECIALISTS. Catering, service, mono- arp^nmed naafclns. weddinn Invitations, aride booits. Open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m_, 1611 Jones Rd., HlB»l!ar!t!s. LIKE A LETTER FROM HOME. A subscription to The Scytown Sun Is thoughtful. Inexpensive and will &e appreciated day alter dory. Start your subscription today to your favorite serviceman or student away at school. Just call The Sun circulation department, SS2-S302. ORDER SUN PHOTOS Place orders for reprints of p!c- • furos made by Bavtown Sun photographers by calling 535-8302 or writing to The Sun at P.O. Box 90. Baytown. The pictures ere S2 for each first prkit, up to j 8X10 inches in size, and SI for each ad- I dlt-ortal print from, the some negative. j Standard sizes are SX10, 5X7, and 3VUC5 : inches. Monuments-Lots I SAN JACINTO MEMORIAL PARK—Two spaces. Lof 10, Reid of Honor, S2SD. Phone 5E3-I24S. TRI-OTY MONUMENT CO. —Granite, marble, bronze monuments, grave markers. Cemetery work. Terrs, no carrying charges. Market at W. Main, next tc j Peoples State Bank, 532-4702. 5. Personals ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS iiforrrwflon on a!conollsm. If you have a drinking problem, call 533-9700 or 5E3-2723. SISTER RAINBOW Reader — Adviser Coll for appointment. HSJS Spencer Hwy., La Porte, GA 1-9903 Look for the Indian Heed Slffn in front.! Yarci. Police Looking For Piano Tyner Who Disappeared DETROIT (AP) — Blind pi-j ano tuner Gerald E. Henke setj out to a client's home 12 days i ago and disappeared. 1 j While his partially blind wife,j Beverly, ill with cancer, waits j and worries at their suburban! Southfield home, police seek! clues. ; But authorities have come up I I with nothing substantial. j The Kenkes, both 30, were! married six years ago on | Christmas Eve after a romance | | at a school for the blind. They i | are childless. j "I love you, don't worry about i :me," Henke told his wife on aj j telephone call from Detroit the! 1 day he vanished — March 4. j Mrs. Henke indicated a stead- ifast hope for her husband's re-j iturn. "He wouldn't leave me,"' i she said at the white, brickf aced | home which the coupie bought last October. i Southfield Police Sgt. Floyd; I Raths said the case has baffling i 1 angles. i Friends described the Henkesj ag in love and inseparable. } j Despite blindness. Henke, 6-j jfoot-2, was self-reliant. He made: ihis rounds carrying a folding i j cane. j His appearance, including aj ! widow's peak in his brown hairj land a depression over his right! j temple, would make anyone remember him, police said. j "I'd know him just from hisi picture," Sgt. Raths said. j Raths said the possibilities of foul play or amnesia were being considered. Alexander HgftftD MARKET (Mile 411 North Commtree LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO BIDDERS ! Seated bias in dupiicote will be n»- ceivca By ihe City o( Soytown, Texas, until 4 p.m., Tuesday. April 1Z 1946. all me office o! the City Clerk for: > THE FEEDING OF PRiS^^ERS 1 PLACED IN THE CITY JAIL Bid Forms, specifications, ami other necessary Information may be o&lained at the office of Purchasing Agent, City Hall, Saytown, Texas. Edna Oliver, City Clerk Bid No. 664-6 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed bids win be received at tf* office of rhe City Clerk of me City of Bcv- town until 4 p.m., Tuesday April 12, 1966, for: Fumlsnlng and delivering oil of trie Cities reauircments for Sodium Hexame- tgphosphotc for o period of one year from date of awarding of fWs contract. ' For spec'flcotions and bid forms, con- tcct the office of Purxriosing Aowit, Boy- town City Hall. 400 West Main Street. Baylown, T*xe» Telephone S&2-sai. ! *S'-' Edna Oliver, City Clerk ' £ BIS No. £6+5 We Give DOUBLE BIG BONUS STAMPS TUESDAY Open 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY. MARCH 17, 18. 19 SUGAR IMPERIAL 5 POUND BAG With Purchase of S2.50 or More (Excluding Cigarettes) Borneo's 39 Buttermilk ....«-** 39c Top Kick Dog Food ... 7c FLOUR LIGHT CRUST SOB Cut-Rite 5 pounds 49 Wax Paper USB M 25c Uncle Williams Pork 'n Beans c, 10c JUMBO FRESH JUMBU i-Ktsn ^H ^•fe, EGG$49 DOZEN • ^^ Swift Premium Ice Cream Borden's Cofe Cheese Hunt's Tomato Sauce , JO , 25c Dressing MIRACLE WHIP Fresh (Weight PORKR Mohawk Jumbo CALIFORNIA POTATOES TJ3. Bags 39c fKESH VALEJfTIXE «*«% GREEN BEANS ^ 29c CARROTS ^ncn .................. IOC GRAPEFRUIT Ruby

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