The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 20, 1966 · Page 10
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10 »*• Sunday, March 20, 1966 Crosby Teac hers Attend Special Houston Meeting By MBS. XDEIX AKDE. RSOX Crcwby Corresponded * Sis. Ruby Goodwin and M^s- OJema Robinson, Crosby i '.each- «rs, attended a special ct enee on tbe College Board English tests with the John H. gan High School of Houstot hosts at Waltrip High School ditorium, as co-hosts. Re> as au- Clear Creek Trustees Rock Superintendent The dear Creak School Board g ;ave full backing Friday night b y Supt. Dr. daralri Barber who h as been under fire in recent w eeks by a weekly newspaper IM. iblished in the area. .For the past several weeks,inoids of Reynolds, White, Alien Ja cob A. Newborn Jr., editor and Cut ol Houston, an d publisher of the Suburban Reynolds said Newborn had Joi irnal, has repeatedly publish- j filed a cross action against Ear- The board's statement listed each of the criticisms made by Xewfoorn and foUewed with a complete exoneration of Barber. Barber was represented at the'outfitters. has completed itsj meeting by Attorney Joe Key- mov e fro ™ 2ffl w - p earce to a. Matherne Move To Hew Home' is Completed Matherne's, printers and Sun Classified Ads Do The Job Lodge Notices 12. Male Help Wanted 17. Houses For Rent j 29. Livestock - Supplies 31. Articles For Sale ed Barber's i ber in the courts but Barber has not yet been served. adt ministration of Clear Creek two years. His salary is $22,000 location a half - block away} at the comer of Ashbel and Pearce. Matherne's new quarters were formerly occupied by The Baytown Sun. The building has been been superintend-!remodeled extensively and in- Creek schools for!eludes a showroom for office arift Current chairman of tfc * tr j ct g eneral adminis _j College Board Committee o f fratii 3J) Qi school affairs _ Examiners in English Compo - sition. conducted the conference. He explained the process by which committees of high school and college teachers develop the achievement tests of the College • ^" -^ lc Board of Regents. He discussd he'Jo " the present English Coraposi- "* tion. the Writing Sample, and the Advanced Placement Exam- t>r. Barber has filed a S500.- 000 li bel suit against the Journal in a district court. The suit also i lames Newborn and Fred B e n 15 o n and Benson Printing firm which prints ination in English. He outlined plans for the new tests in English and the thinking which underlies their development. He outlined plans for a large-scale -grading of essay material. Discussion and a "question answer" period followed his remarks. In tr. se Friday night meeting, th « bo< ird heard a report from fo. rmer Harris County Dist Atty. Fr ank 1 Brisco who was hired by the ' bos urd to investigate the cri, ticisn is made by Newborn. The ' pre: ss and public were barred fron i this portion of the mee ting. At the close of the meeting, the boan i issued a statement per year. During Barber's administra - furniture. STATED m*etiB9 ft Cacsc Creek Cnopler No. 7«. O. 6, S.. wlH be held Mondoy, Morch 21. 1944. 7:30 fun. All members and visiting Stars ore cordially Invited to ort- Mrs. Bessie Lockett. WJA. Mrs. Oeo Read. Secy. WE ARE SEEKING 2 Aggressive Sales Trainees <-«•• future monootroxit pMihortl. II you ie*i y» WRIGHT, m E. — UnhirnUVd 2-bed- NS W AND USED SADDLES — room hovse, central hear, air corsairiorters, j TeXe trocses. terms Groceries. S99 month. KEYSTONE REAL-j ANDERSON SAOOLERY, 12&S4 Market STATED MEETING at Cedar Bayou Lodge No. 321. A. F. and A. M., wil Be held Saturday, March 19. 1966. at 7:30 p.m. Soiourr-ln; brethren corciaffy Inviled to attend. E. P. Fowler, W. M. O. A. Wilson. Secy. you ie*i y»t) con quoflfv. ond wont BigMr earnings _ APPLY — Room 2W — Groyitone Bids. 1K» Decker Of. SSJ-3340 Si* Jim Hard or Jim BoroH « — 11 DAILY The 207 \V. Pearce location is now being remodeled and hasj A tion the enrollment in the been leased by U.S. Steel for use j schools has increased 6S per cent and three nw elementary as office space during and development of their com CALLED COMMUNICATION ol Goose Creek Loose HO. > "W. A. f. and A. AA.. Saturday, March 19, 7 p.m, for The purpose- of rtoftoflng ovf Dost masters ana cnoner 13. Sales Help Wanted FARMERS INSURANCE GROUP—Lor^e multtole Insurance company has opening tor ooenj. o_«» 2; !o *i College training desirable. Compete training and educational progrom. Continue present employment while seaming. Financia: schools have been completed, plex in Baytown. Mail Carriers Here For District Meet Saturday Some 300 mail carriers and f elude election of district officers their wives are expected in Bay- {and a discussion of postal This' conference is sposored savin g "t he board believes the by the Southwestern Regional makii Office of the College Board. reckle AROUND CROSBY useful Mr. and Mrs. Cullen Cranfill and daughters Christy and Connie visited his mother. Airs. D. unwarranted and a iccusations serves no puri x>se, and in the hope of put ting an end to such criticism, the 1 Kiard sets out below the "cl largt ?s'' as they have appeared in the Journal, along with tht ? tru e facts in each mat- M. Cranfill in Abilene. . . .Mrs. L. E. Campbell, Mrs. T. A. Ramsey, Mrs. Bob Bradley, jter." Mrs. W. E. Braden, and ilrs. Allison Koonee attended the Peter Mini iit bought Manhat- fourth session of "The Total!tan from the Indians on May 6. Woman" at the Shamrock - Hilton Monday night. 1526, for trii ikets worth about S24. town Saturday for the Distric 1 meeting of th e National As sociation of Letter Carriers. Principal speaker will be Aus tin Carlson, the national fiel director for the Denver region Activities will be in th Knights of Columbus Hall ant will begin at 4 p.m. with regis tration. A banquet is planner for 7 p.m. preceding a distric business session. Bill Strick'er of Baytown wil \veicome the visitors. The speak er will be introduced by T. T Morris of \Vichta Falls, national association state director. The business meeting will in IT'S A SWIN61 NIS SAVINGS FLING! O SINGER select a FR1 FREE Canisiter vacuum cleaner SIJNTi&ER FREE Dress Form by SINGER FREE SCHOLASTIC* Portable typewriter by SINGER FREE SINGER* Rug cle liner- floor polisher SINGER sewing machine Handsome cabinet Storage seat all 3 for 99 99 (model 255/369) SAVE! PRICES REDUCED ON OTHER SINGE1R PRODUCTS,TOO! Other new SINGER* sewing machines from $59.50. What's new for tomorrow is at SINGER today! ' II SINGER. 318 W. TEXAS 583-2400 •A Tr» d»n urk »f THE EINCEB COMPA> changes. The Baytown Branch 3664 with Billy Dean as president is host to the district meeting. Assisting \vith host duties will be the Branch's wives auxiliary, headed by Mrs. M. T. Thomas. District president is Major Wiggins. The district, the largest in the state, extends from Corpus Christ! to Texarkana. The public is invited to th meetings. Dean said. Banquet tickets will be S3. Chief Mann Warns Decker-Park Markings Baytown Police Chief Blair Mann said the police department is now issuing tickets at the intersection of Decker Drive and Park Street. He said motorists have been etting in the wrong lane on 'ark for through traffic. He said a sign has been hung over the intersection explaining the correct traffic lanes. The right lane is for right urns and through traffic. The eft lane is for left turns only. Big Drop Seen !n Goose Count WASHINGTON (AP) — A mid•inter survey of waterfowl and their habitat indicates an ap- 'arent drop of 50 per cent in the goose population of the Paci- ic flyway and has triggered urther studies. "Birds numbering about half f last year's count were tallied," the Bureau of Sports Fisheries nd Wildlife announced today. "State and federal wildlife of- icials believe such a reduction nrealistic and additional sur- eys are being conducted to try nd locate approximately 572,00 missing geese." Otherwise, the bureau said the midwinter census just completed dicated moderate increases in * 6 p.m. All visitors cordially invUed. All members urged To atteoa. W. J. Morris. WJA. E. H. Waugh, Secy. 1-A Special Notices 1 WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE — For any debts incurred by anyone other Than myself. CarlTon A, Porter jr. SANDERS CAKE SHOP — WEDDING SPECIALISTS. Catering service, mano- 5 arammed «cpktns, wedding invitations. , bride books. Open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., 1611 J Jooes RO-. Highlands. X26-251J. LIKE A LETTER FROM HOME. A sub[ scription to The Baytown Sun is thoughtful. Inexpensive and will oe appreciated 5 day after cay. Start your subscription today to your favorite serviceman or stu- ~ dent avrfdy at school. JUST call The » Sun circulation department, 5&2-S8O. , ORDER SUN PHOTOS - tures n>ode by Baytown Sun photogra- - oners by calling 5J2-SW2 or writing to The Sun at P.O. Sox 90, Baytown The pictures are S2 for each first print, up to . 3X10 inches in size, and SI for each ad- 1 dii.cnal print from The some negative. 5 Standard sizes are 8X1O, 5X7, and 3ViXS inches. 4. Monuments-Lots SAN JACINTO MEMORIAL PARK— Two spaces. LOT 10. Flea of Honor, S250. Phone 53J-124S. TRI-CITY MONUMENT CO. — Granite, marble, bronze monuments, grove markers. Cemetery worlc. Tents, no carrylnd charges. Marker or W. Main, next to Peoples Stale Bank, 582-4702. ' 5. Personals ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS information on alcoholism. If you have a drinking oroblem. call 583-9700 or SS3-ZT23. SISTER RAINBOW Seadfrr — Adviser Call for appointment. 51535 Spencer Hwy., La Porte. GA 1-9903 Look for the Indian Head Sign In front. yard. 6. Lost and Found LOT DOG — s month old puppy, V, German Shepherd, Vj Collie. Furry white, brown spots. Vicinity 307 Forrest, 583-4S32. LOST DOG — German Shepherd, block pid white, answsrs to "Lady-B", Lake- sistonce available. For Information about opportunity to build your own business, call or write James W. Wright _ JA 6-!437. 1516 West Alabama. Houston. 14. Employment NOTICE Desianatiorss as to sex !n our Help Wantea and Employment columns are made only (?) ro indicate bona fide oo cupationai Qualifications for employment which an employer regards ca reasonably necessary to the normal operation of his business or enterprise, or (2; as them know which positions the advertiser bclteves wouid be of more Interest to one sex than the other because at the work Involved. Such designations shall not be token to Indicate that any advertiser intends or practices ony unlawful yf f ere ? ce -, lirrli tation. specification or 15. Work Wanted A-l PAINTING AND DECORATING. T T E SHIR'L*EY TES ~ Plmtv Referenc « SS2-5DJ2. ALL KINDS — Carpentry, sheetrock, < liEuS work ' No io£> to ° 5!T!C "- Ca " BABY SITTING - In my home, days. Ages 2 up. Old Baytown oreo Col 583-3964. BABY SITTING — In my home, doy or night. 3 months to t years of age, S82-5056. CLEAN ALL SCREENS, wait! and clean all windows In home; all kind of carpenter repair work; fix all leaking hydrants all work guaranteed; 533-2926. CHILD CARE — Infants re 3 years, Experienced mature women in private home. Reasonable rates, SB3-2598. CAHDY CANE NURSERY Infants to 10 years. New Nursery. K'n-J intelligent loving care. Ho! Meali. Pre- schoot instruction. 6 a,m. to 6 p.m. 5s3- CHILD CARE _ i n my home, ony heurs. Old Baytown area. Reasonable weekly or hourly rotes; references. 533-5294. INTERIOR - EXTERIOR PAINTING Part - :ime work. Free estimates Call Bob Francis, 724 E. Aron, 532-6939. GENERAL CARPENTRY — SfteetrocS, nongma, finishing and painting. Cabinets 3uiit, formica tops, ornamental iron EDWIN ARABIE, ill Bolster. SK-4959. HAPPY HOUSE DAY NURSERY — Stole 18. Bedrooms - Bocrd [ST.. Greens Bayou. GL j-3003. •TWO GENTLE RIDING MARES — For i Apoalooso Singer Auto Zig-Zag Used only 4 months. Mckes buttonSulea. jewi on buncos, many tancy patters* ! without ottocfcmeflti. S rear guarantee isn or SS.W per monta. Fret hwn* ASHBEL. 414 M. — Bedroom, Brivole en- rance adioinins ootn. men only. CaiJ AT CREGER HOTEL and apartments, you oet Qoo4 beds, gas heat. tm> or snow- «r bctns; Quiet, hometike. No a>bnlus. ag2-Z!2i. GOOD FOOD SERVED FAMILY STYLE Reasonable Rates TYREE HOTEL 33S1 Minnesota 30. Articles Wanted WANT TO BUY — Good Used Corset. //US! be recsonoble- 544-7940 or 56a-5297 30-A. Will Trade GILLETTE. 1J« — Nicely Iwrnished bed-!^ ORO ' "** — Will sell or trade for u room, private oath. wcHc-in closet, in quiet j *!*• nous* tracer. home. i». Apply same. I Pr«jne 564-7652. MICHIGAN. XS05 — Fumtsned bedroom.! srlvofe entrance, privare oarft. Refrfsera- = tor. hoi plate. 532-4377. 31. Articles For Sale Singer ZIG-ZAG ONLY S99.95 19. Business Rentals (AIR CONDITIONERS — Two 14,000 8TW,! i used less rhan 3 months, sl*?.9< each, i OFFICE SPACE ON DEFEE STREET— 1 APPLIANCES — RCA Whirlpool ice-i AVAILABLE FOR RENT j rnoker reirigeroTor: Cioson electrici Appiy Abe Rosenrweig. 533-1708, cftcr 7 p.m., S66-S818- , OFFICE SPACE — f GRAYSTONE BUILDING — 1107 Decker' ATTIC FAN — J4-ln. cttic fan. motor,! i range, wringer Type Maytag washer. 71-1 I !n. RCA Tcole TV. Cult 425-277?. • i. %tS. 206 Cnondier. SS3-2*!l.j Drive. Uttro-moaern -o convenience cr-.C service- A;>pl> Room 3B. 532-5235. ADDING MACHINES . CASH REGIS-! WAREHOUSE FACILITIES AVAILABLE r !SRS - TYPEWRITERS. Sates. Renlois. i — 6.000 sq. ft. ct 213 E Texas Ave. i Service. AU makes, sriectric end manual i Kevsone Realty Co.. 5S3-3S11. i BLOOM SALES. 3306 Mcrxel. 533-233. ! WE DO NOT SELL OUR MERCHANDISE THROUGH DEALERS IN THE HOUSTON OR BATTOWN AREA. FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION The Singer Co. 318 W. Texas 583-2400 20. Wanted To Rent TEACHER WANTS TO RENT — A bedroom home in Lokewood Area. GR 3-S6S7. Pasadena. _ \ AS ALWAYS— j Your Supplier of Needie Work and Crafts. i-V.C DONALD NEEDLE ARTS I Bob Smith Rood. 583-1272. I BARGAIN — Commercial hair dryer, 3-|S!S; p.ano 575. I o 532-2655. MOUNTAIN VALLEY WATER JOHN R. MARTIN. 3iJ E. Jock, 532-ESU We Rent Televisions CULPEPPER'S Warehouse Showroom WANT uas: 1532-O32. BOYS' ROLLER SKATES — .NT TO LEASE —Moderate size fenced! Chicago sF-e 1, S!2<0 •Jures in Baytown orec. lrv,!l 566-7544 after( S » 23. Services Offered !CB RADIO — Courier >!tur<ecb!e. !2 crystal co-tr j Ids. like new. 553-4393. li COMET RiDING LAWNMOWERS — I New and used. ADDITIONS. FOUNDATIONS LEVELED.! SMALL ENGINE SERVICE. Rernodelina. Lifetime Tedlar siding. Crosbv-Hu^^mcn Rocd. Crosby. For estimates. 582-7252. J. R. BELL. CERAMIC TILE CONTRACTOR — Resi- S 83 -' 332 commercial. Decorator tire, pre-! r COKE SOX, Scales, Slicer. Ice House,! ICP Crusher, Air Compressor. j Used Ro'i-Away Bed end Mattress -.129.75 .< ! Used 3-P.e-ce Beers..-!-. s^ie 569.95 _ ! Used Full S;:e MotJress SI9 95 S-diannel,! Used Platform Rocker. New Upholstery 534.05 Usec? Reclining Chcir, New Ucholstery S3S.9S Used 3;on£ Desk $)s_50 Used Fri3;daire Automctic Wcsher..579.95 2410 Market NEW-USED FURNITURE COST ferrazo and quarry ii;e. Tile baths | ..=.,_,, VDi b ,. end kitchens our specialty. Coil 426-2335; $4$ 50 Terms \ or 426-3020. ' " * jWiLKIE'S. Ten-Ten Decker Or.. 5S2-S4J. CALL US NOW FOR YOUR HOME Mo-JOINING — Masle harvest table, 1 dea- -—=—•-- -- No down payments, i con bencnes, 2 ladder back choirs. $125. s. ; 5S2-K66. wood orea. Call 556-7]!' or 556-7030. 7. Instructions U.S. CIVIL SERVICE TESTS! Men-women, IS ond over. Secure Jobs. Hign starting pay. Short hours. Advancement. Preparatory training as long as required. Thousands of iobs open. Experience usually unnecessary. FREE booklet on ioUs, salaries, requirements. Write TODAY giving name, address and ptione. Lincoln Service, Box 73-IB, care of The Baytown Sun. 10. Help Wanted ALL - AROUND COOK NEEDED — Must have experience in oroil and fry work. Apply in person, TOWER RESTAURANT. Decker Drive. ie goose populations in some [son. 1102 reas and modest declines in thers. COOK WANTED — Full Jime, male or female. Apply in abbir Found IRS. STANLEY R. Lee, 51-3 iarold Lane, four.d a large, ro\vn rabbit Saturday morning T her front yard Mrs. Lee sks that the owner please con- act her at 583-5514. LEGAL NOTICE INVITATION TO BIDDERS Sealed proposals, in duplicate, ad- •essed to the Honorable Mayor and ity Council, Ofy of Saytown will be re- eived ct the office of the City Clerk. now in aay care nursery. Call SB3-23E7 for apDintment. MAINTAINED — For lease, with operator. S9.OD nights, , hour. 532-2434 days. SS3-122? dermzat'oa needs, Ecsy -nonthly term: JO£AL HOME IMPROVEMENT CO. '04 N. Alexander Dr.. 582-2127 CAN YOU STOP IN TIME? Big or small cor, don't risk on ocdde/it. Consult a specialist in complete wheel and brake work. CLARK'S WHSHL S. BRAKE SERVICE. 2JOO Market, 5B2-9a. MODERN OR ANTIQUE, your worn for- mtore looks like a million when KIRK- INCALL UPHOLSTERY, Hwy. 144. repairs and recovers it. Ptione 5S2-74S4. SLECTROLUX VACUUM CLEANERS. Sales and Service. Floor polishers, rug. sftcmpooer, free demonstrations. John j Pelrash, 517 Harvey. FREEZER — 10 a), ft. upright design, j SOO E.Texcs Ave. Sears Mirra Cold model. Perfect running j condition. Door storage, S7S. 533-3166. CLOSE-OUT SPECIAL SHERWIN WILLIAMS Super Kemione $4.95 Gal. REGULAR S4.95 Gal. Home Lumber Co. 551-6341 ROOFING SPECIALIST — Composition I - ond wood. References furnished. Ptione 5S3-10-i7. FURNITURE - APPLIANCES WANTED (On My Way With Ca^rO GRAVES DISCOUNT FURr.! ~ N. team Trucks For Rent EC'Jipned Witt) hydraulic lift gatts Sell Custom Hitches BAYTOWN TRAILER RENTALS, 5V (GARAGE SALE — Wednesday thru Sat-' (Next to Kilgore Ready-Mix) { urday. 3221 Oder Bayou Crcscy Ra. 4:n : • hcuse on fe?t off Highway 746. Also, boct. i ROACHES?—6-Rooms and garage, S15.00. ! nctor. Trailer. Also. Commercial. Sonded and Licensed. All tvoes exterminatino. guaranteed. GARAGE SALE — Best Yet! Toys, forni-i HARVEY'S PEST CONTROL, Pn. 582 9834 i »" r e, ciortles, liners, burton ssecial. 1902: TOWN HOUSE THRIFT SHOP Hcrrt Dr. SHEPHERD'S TV For Fast Expert Service Your 2Tenirr} Decler- 552-5456 Car, Radio. TV 500 Park iGARAGE SALE j 304 Sttmson {Starrs Saturday. March ( One UswJ Sofa ,.$34?5 Usefl Bedstead J16 95 Mcple SccKccse seti Comptei e •Vim Wo«re53 snfl Box Ssrinos. 177« SEWING WANTED Specialize in teenagers. Mrs. Morgan. 533-9254. SEWING — Spedatlrinj In childrens' ciotning. Mrs. John Collins, 16QS Wilburn Drive, S33-S226. 16. Apartments For Bent BARKELY SQUARE TOWNHOUSE •-ow Cost Luxury ant) Convenience Swimming pool; central air, patio, carport, dishwosher, refrigerator, disposal. ;aroeting; furnished unfurnished; utili- ries paid. 1215 Park at Decker Dr., 552-7635. COUNTRY CLUB MANOR 3500 Decker Drive. Section I FREE RENT BONUS. I and 2-bedroom furnished and unfurnished apartments; electric kitchens; air conditioning; draperies and swirr>:ninQ pool Phone 566-8673 COOK — Wanted dependable short order i cook for maht shift. Must be experienced i Apply Palms Grill. 3 to 5 p.m BLUEBONNET APARTMENTS New 1-bedroom furnished apcrtments, air conditioned, utilities oo!d. weekly or monthly rates, Hwy. Ho, 532-6717. 11. Female Help Wanted CLEAN furnished apartment, large closets, biils paid, quiet sober adults, no pets. S12_SO. 5B2-5771. GAILLARD, 5M N. — Ofle-bearoom furnished, carpeted, newly decorated, all ut.lities paid. S40 month. S83-3iySJ or S?>4954. GAILLAHD, 303 N. — Cleon furnished apartment suitable for 1 or 2 adults Apply 303-A. ^ CO-MANAGER — For Jones 7-11-7 Stores Prefer ladies age 30 to 50. For details Coll 566-7117. LVN'S and RN'S — ~, All shifts, oood salary. Apply In person KIRBY, ALFRED w. JR. — 107 Kilgore •""" °~< = '"" •" Avenue. Mr. Kirby, be our guest to ot- fena the showing of "The Ugly Dachshund" now showing at the Brunson Theatre. Present this ad ct the ticke! office for your two free admissions. 4040 Red Bluff Rd. LVN — With health card, one day per week, in rest home. Apply in person. Monk's Rest Home. 3100 Dorris. No phone calls. TOP COMMISSION 45 PER CENT Luzier Cosmetics. Hours at your convenience, port or full ti-ne. Collect CA SONGWRITERS - MUSICIANS — Lead; sheers, styling. O 3 p.m.. SS2.9I37. GRAVES FURNITURE WAREHOUSE J Can belore 3 p.m. or after \ ^^l^^£,£^..";":. fgj_i j G&od A^art^ient Steve S29.5Q ! TREE TRIMMING SERVICE — | 7 pi « e Bronze Dinerte S22.501 Free estimates. tvice Cnifiarobe 532.50: Phone 5S2-50J7 i Plastic Covered Studio Coucri SJ5.00 i : IGood Wringer Washer S29.SC TRACTOR WORK — Dirt - work. Post i New Boston Rocker S15.95 Holes, Mowing, Plowing, Discing. Free \ Aci^irc! TV S79.5G Estimates. Ecrl C. Weaver, Highlands,; New Commodes 701 N. Highway 1*4 Formerly Holioway's Grocery 31-B Building Material J36-28S3. Main OLD PELLY 532-S713I ALL BUILDING MATERIAL NEEDS ?e us tor oil vcur remosJeiing arid b'jild- ;g. Estimates Fret. t4OTHiNG DOWN, up to S years to pay. BAYTOWN BUILDERS SUPPLY TYPEWRITERS — Office machines, cash! HONDA, 1946 — Troil ?0. Windshield, gun | registers. Stiles and Service. F a c f o r y i case. scdSie bogs. eCO miies. U2S. JSiii.New Location 31' "w Ha2rD~'o"ia"r rm» trained mechanics. ANDY ANDERJON J Sa 3 e Circle. 566-SAJ9. i.3r. CoT Yard. 552-7428. .... .^. i Mp USEHOLD GOODS INCOME TAX SERVICE ^ " «"'»"»« L — BOOKK Nan U03 Olivt ALUMINUM SHEETS — 2S-ln. £>y 34-ln .0« in. thickness, ideal for s 25 each 'Sun, !30! -»IVin I/KA onKVI^-t —: —— -:. . I insulation, roofing. Wno s =EPING — NOTARY SERVICE ' JACK ' S PARTS AND SUPPLY — Auto | Can be seen ct The Bay-town' Itemized: m low as 510 I oarrs, supplies tools. [Me-norial Drive. £m itsmi-Bd- os injv m M Jock Russell. Owner. 201 East Texas. — JAMES buVALL Pno^e S8Z-EKK. DISCOUNT BUJLDING MATER * <t*t.QA-*>t ~ : 3ci( PRlCcS IS iO»VN Remodel or Build . . RESIDENTIAL COWtMERClAl • DENS • CASINETS • BATHS « FORMICA • ALUMINUM SID:NG DRIVEWAYS BUILDING MATERIALS _ PRICES IS TOWN" 'jKEEP carpel cleaning problems smalt— ; Try Us and See I use 8!ue Lust re won - ro - wcSl, Rent! CHANNELViE^V LU.VSER AND I eiectric shampooer W. 3AYTOWN HARD-' SPORTING GOODS f'.VARE, 3-'23 Mcrket, 5S3--SQ5Z ! 16^20 Mark-I GL 2-7',T3 -iKENMORE SEWiNG MACHINE, S-s».»5; i MOMS REMODELING RCA TV se:, SS?.M; gui'ars. SU.M up.l-ree Estimates. •V.ALLIN'S PAWN SHOP- 6 N. Mcih, i New ideas; re^cble ccntractars. JRBY LUMBER. 532^^1. COMPLETE REMODELING SERVICE 1604 Wrioht Blvd. METAL BUILDING TO BE MOVED — 2-:X30 Ft.. ia FT. ceiling, -v O cc frame,! .. Corner Hwy. end Fayie Street. Electric Motor Repairs Jtewindinq, any kind, size. MotJem equiv • MOTORS — One 40-^, 3-phase f 220-volt, i ment. Qualified mechanics. MASSEY | s!»P rin .Q rriotgr; one 5-np. 3-pMase. 23C Aluminum Screens ELECTRIC, S23 S. Pruetl, 5427281. DON'T MOVE- IMPROVE Free planning and ti< 1st line materials. Expc prices. Rooms, kifcfte ILLINOIS. ao7',^ — Remodeled furnished ! roofing, siding- garage apart-r>ent. air conCitioned. wateri paid, adults. 5S3-SS52 after 5, weekends.! rnofcr; one ?-h;>, 2-ohose, I 22C-vo!t tncJucl'Cn mo!cr. Phone Bill Harl- • men. ai 532-S3Q2 or write 3cx 90, Bay-! town. ; MISCELLANEOUS — 1* ft. bOQt.~2S~h,?! roun« >^vtce Johnsan motor, Infqe wheei (rciJer: Hot-i worv Discount D0 ' nt 5Li - crn ^ ic Dasher; jaeqe^ wat cr i Seris taffS ! DUTTC - V ' 3 m - disc;v:r 5e; lownmowers: 61 'icy. ft. compressor cnc; sprayer. 5ft<5 John • Martin. 532-5105. ! cols? BL?Nn BaWav Dr Bnvlow «°yw°y Dr., Bnylown, PAINT Five Year Guarantee on outside white. Re?. SS.55, now 15.9S. inside wall points 15.40 new 53,95. Sheley Lumber Co. Z2!rS Market St. DIMI PlCDC DUILUfcKO WHITE HOUSEKEEPER — Defect, undfcr 40. to live in and cid in 1 STERLING, 123 E. — One bedroom fur | exas, until 7 p.m.. Central Standorc me. Thursday, en publicly ... March 31, 1966, and and read at 7 p.m., ' of the same dcte for "Central Dt'slrfd Trunk Sewers, Job No, 151-5. Contract No 1." 8t<3s received after closing time will be returned unopened. Each Propowjf shall be accompanied bv a certified or Cashier's Check drawn on a acceptable band to the City, or bidder's bond from a surety company censed in tne State of Texas, in en amount not less than five per cent of the total base bid, as a guaranty that the successful bidder will enter into Contract and execute bootfj and yuoron- ty ofi the forms provided within ten cays after notice of aword of the Contract. Bid sureties wilt be returned to nil but The three lowest acceptable bidders within five dcys after opening of bids end the letter bid sureties will b« returned within 24 nours after execution of the Contract. The successful bidder must furnish Performance ond Payment Bonds on the *or-ns furnished with the Proposal in the amount of 100 per cent of the total Contract price, from a surety company holding a permit from the State of Texas, to oc't cs surety. 1N confcrmonce with applicable statutes, the general prevailing wage rates . ir the locality in which th« work Is to ! be oerforrrved have been ascertained, ond such rates shall be the mfnimym paid for fatxjr employed upon this prefect. i Bidders or, this work will be required I to comply with the President's Executive (Order NO. inn ana the provisions of the I Executive Ord«r No. 10925 as included j therein. The requirements for bidders I end contractors under this order t explained in the specifications. Copies of Contract Documents and Technical Specifications, and Plans ore on file at the following locations: Director of Public Works City Warehouse Baytown, Texas Turne r , ColUc i SracJen. Inc 3^00 Eastside (P.O. Box J3089) Houston, Texas 77019 The Associated General Contractors 74Q4 Crawford Street Houston, Texas The Associated General Contractors 609 South Uomcr, {P.O. Box 7W V Austin, Texas Tne Texas Contractor 1400 S. Good-La timer Expressway Dodos. Texas Th* Associated General Contractors 2376 Per* Street Beaumont, Texas Dodge Reports 3310 Eastslde Houston, Texas They may be exo-nlned without charge at the above locations, or will be for- wprded 1 to prospective contractors or sop- Plies upon dcoosit of S15.00 with the Engineer at 3)00 Eastslde (P.O. Box 13089), Houston Texas 77019. Deposits will be returned upon delivery to me Engineer of the Contract Documents and Technical Specifications, ond Plans in good condition within live days otter ths bid open- Thr OV reserves t»>c rroht to re.rct cny or oil bids and to wolvo" InfcwmoMtlci in bidding, in cas« of ambiguity or lock of clearness In stating me prices In any "", the City reserve the right to consider the most advantageous construction thereof/ or to relect the bid. City of Boytown, Texas, , Edna Oliver, City Clerk air conditioned room TV. telephone furnished. So~ne ______ work aiding full-time colored moid ughfers. Prl-i WEAVER, no — Af Woofer, Nice large i id bath with 1 4 ' r oom furnished cparfTicnt. Air conai- •ne domestic j tioned. garage, bills paid. 56A-S425. \ 24. Soil - Fertilizer NEW LEFT HANDED GOLF CLUBS —1 HJgftlnnds J-i irons. 2 woods. Sec, S3Q. Afsa. used! '^MJ-iar.dec: se f_ 5 i rons , 3 woods, bag, \ j BLACKTOPPING — LondscopLig, exca- «ui ^ uiuiity iuii-t 111 ier «-(_MUI «j maic in —— ) •" •— =*• -—— )2?h year of employment. Must have dr.v-Jr'- 55f klJ _f' __!1 1 .? V * JT" ( fwms'»ed_ 3-room • vatmo^and mowmq. Perking lors and er's license. New statlonwagon for house- " * *~" ' " ' "" keeping, and limited private use. Call collect FE 6-4117, or write Box 7^, Liberty, for appointment. 12. Male Help Wemted A-1 TELEVISION TECHNICIAN —Must be experienced in color end black and white. Do not apply unless qualified. See "Clem", Kovar Color TV Center, 221 E. Texas Ave. APPLIANCE SALESMAN WANTED — To sell nationally advertised brands. Salary- plus commission. Excellent company benefits. Apply In person. WESTERN AUTO, Mr. Walmsley, 623 W. Teras BARBER WANTED — Pork Street Barber Shop. 503 Pork St Salary guaranteed. GENERAL MAINTENANCE MAN —For upkeep ond line servicing at Humphrey Airport. Experience not necessary but desirable. Apply in person. Humphrey Air- oort. S400 sorkaloo Rd. OVERSEAS EMPLOYMENT—All trades . . . truck driver TO project engineers. Africa, Europe, Asia, South Pacific. Atlantic. High salary lobs, paid travel, food, male, female over 13 OEis Box ±3190, Oakland Pork, Flo 33307. SERVICE STATION ATTENDANT —Must be experienced, work 9 hours, 6 days Call 5S3-2ii26. USED CAR PORTER WANTED — ~ - . oportment, 3orooe. Coupte only. 555, utili-j <J rn 'J wa . v repa S' „«, " es P°' a - S82-21E1. J. H. Berry. SS3-4998. __ _____ NEW FURNITURE FOR OLD is wtlat o Day's Upholstery i.b gives you; fo&ric i Hwy. 1M ond Cecar Bayou Rd. »r plastic. Auto and boat uctholsterino o soecialty. DAY S UPHOLSTERY, 5S4 ^4. REMODELING??? Coll «s for "Turn-Key-Joo" We handle our own finoncina. BAYOU LUMBER CO. 532 SJ21 CURBY LUMBER NEW APARTMENTS Wickersheimer Manor S10 Williams St. 1 and I Bedroom Units Furnished or Unfurnished Utilities Optional individudl Air/Heal Covered Paved Parking Near Churches, School, Shopping 583-11Z7 I85-MS7 GRAYWOOD ARMS One and Two-6*droom Apartments Furnished and Unfurnished From S9».so UTILITIES PAID FREE USE OF LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT JM5 Memorial Drire SS3-ias 17. Houses For Rent BAYWAY DRIVE, (HZSVi — nished house with g!azed-in bock porcn. BOLSTER, JOI — 4-ROoms unfurtlished, newly decorated, good neiahoorhood. S35 - BURNET BAY — Spooovs J.story, 3- bedrocm. witn sewing room, su^ porch, S!(». 1700 MiMcrcsl Lone. «26-»90. See Used Clovef 01 rV «W W rs. ew w. BAYSHORE DR., i3« — Lor«»e bricfc 3*" J "" baths, central air and heat FELToiTpnpn ero ^. ^ baths, central air ond FELTON FORD - ? m tlrcoloce. fenced yard. oier. S17S WANTED — Two new cor soleimei and cne used car salesman. Good opportunity for right man. Sec Mr. Morgan ct THAD FELTON FORD. WANTED — experienced eppliance service men. Aoe 25 fo <5. Good salary, permanent employment. Write stating p«e- vious experience, number of years ond bronds serviced, to Box 3I8S hi core ol The Boy town ' Son. 10101 BAY AREA BOULEVARD Half-way between La Porte «nd Stab roc*, 1 mile west of Highway 144 WANTED- JOURNEYMEN WELDERS AND FITTERS for aluminum r<vl steel. Herpcri olio wonted. New iJxw. EKeflmt working cen- . . Ca |, Wo | k( . r R eo ity. 5,4. 5297. 6417 Baywav Dr. 566-3475. CEDAR BAYOU RO., 7717 — Jenniscne Atxlitton. 2-i?edroc-n furnished house. By the week, all bliss paid. Call 583-5427. OEFEE. Ml E. — 3-Bedroom house, newly decorated. ISO, 533-5222; after A. 58J.9241. 6LM, un — 3 rooms ond botn, complete ly redecorated, oorooe, wain fiouse, iX month. GRANTHAM, Utt — J-B«Jro«n. 1V4 bottts. central heal, beautiful fence, 8317, after i p.m. Soe-7B72. Call 58J- HIGHLANDS, JU FERN — J.Beoreom furnished house. Couple only, no pets. ditions. Offenhauser Co. Boyport Division o» Shaffer Tool werks HA 4-3M1 Young Man Fw gun ond reel repolr. Reliable *!d Texas Firm will Train Write Box 2187 Core Th« Boytown Sun IN WOOD DRIVE, 310 — HOUSE FOR LEASE: 3 bedrooms. 2 baths, central heor and air, 2-co' garoge, ol! brick, like new. fix. SPARKY BOND, Realtor. 907 S. Moin. 582-82*8. nights ond Sundays, 583-4878 Or 564-7751. LINDBERG, 14W — Unhirnlsjjed 2-bedroom house with ooraoe, $40. Phone 582-9423. WORRELL, SOJ— J-Bedrwm house, Call 582-4784 Day or nloht. NEAL, JU — 2-bedre-m unfurnished, nice Icitchon, oorope. 560 monfh. 582-7791 or opplv ?100 Nclan. OLIVE, 21M — Unfurnished, lease or rent. TY° 58WS17 REPUBLIC, 210 E. — Small 2-bedroom furnished house. Bills paid. Apply E. Republic after 5:30. TOP SOIL — FILL DIRT — SHELL —, Bacfchoe, Bulldozer, Trocfcloader for rent. | 9a9 "• Loyd Burris, 563-7595. NELL'S FRAME SHOP CUSTOM^ FRAMING - ART GALLERY 15^55 by Artists !2 fierce S82JOS3 SHEETROCK: I <X8-\-k" Sheetrodt GULF AT COMMERCE TOP SOIL FILL SAND. SHELL Dump Truck for Rent — ' -' 58J-3094 Mohosony Sed, Curved Foot s; i '0-Ft '.Vesfin^rnoijse Lcfe Model i^fffmmm^^*^^^^ Refrigerator With Acres; Top 201 Avenue K •-,n. si.vcr.on.'KfrSb^?? 1 ™! 1 .^*! 31-C. Musical Instruments Dixie Anartment Range 520 OOi "^ m^f^^mi^a^aHmm^m^^mmmm^m • Unfinished Bookcases. 33x.iO-l*l. 7 „! ACCORDIONS — New end Used. As low ! as 535 for used insrrurrsenrs. Guitars. 26. Plants - Seeds I S16.55 . BAYTOWN ACCORDION CENTER. 237 Alvo. Dhone <3J-ilt7. HIBISCUS — Single ond doobie — soe- i P'fxzer ; S79.0uj H c = ±, a S?,-, w'thSeoiy Mattress. JUST $10 MONTH RENTAL — On o new Foom Pillows. Worn but usoble ._ S2S.KP j Lowcrv_ Pior.o, rental[ opolies fo ourcJxise E. Texo, .: ~ DENS, 8802 TTio.Tioson Ra.. 426-331S. •"- «P . Dial S8J-7C?J. ! SMALL UPR:GHT PIANOS — j CoTioietelv rct)yi;: and retintshefl, beau- j tiful tone. Nothing rfcwn. assume 'Tionttv ndj Dwarfs. Pink Lo. Phiox. Comellias, I PRINTING DONE QUICKLY, wtien pro- i CA 2 ' 2JJ! AJoleas. vines. Ever.recn and Fl.jmlsed. ond done right! Call MA-| MAY 8e vour needs.! IN YOUR AREA Shrubs. Thouso--tis. Let us quote you by THERNE'S. 533-1718. 0:1 your the D 0 7.. 2S. 50 and 500 lofs. Loroesf sc-1 la roe or s-nall. for Quality work lection in Texas. Lawn Ornaments, Rare —: I i\n 15 _t;_i__ i7—_, rj__t Plants, Trooicob. Orchids, Weepinc. i REFRIGERATOR — Used Westingnouse •**• Articles JT OT itent Cherry and Mulberry. Tree Wisterias.; soaa condition. See 500 s Circle, I __»__«_»»»««««a««>nm> Ground covers. Yuccos, oil k/nds. "" A IDC trees. plants. Violets and pecan: _ 16501 Market St. Rood, Chonnclview ner. 583-3E29. TRUCK LOAD SLASH Pine 1 Ft. to 7 Ft. Si. 50 to New Lines Stuart arid Success Pecans. 3 Ff. to * Ft. .. ... New Lines Mohan and Success Pecans. 2 Ft. to 3 Ft Must be planted this month. DAVIS NURSERY 6311 Decker Dr., 566-S011. -rr- ~. (TRUCKS FOR RENT — Drive yourself — . 3 °-"?- . Fria; m perfect i Equipped with hydraulic lift qatcs 'i(new trucks). Locai ond one-way. 2101 ! MorVe', 533-5315. REFRIGERATOR — Friaidoire about u ! BAYTOWN RENTALS = t., running condition; sis 00 !»e>t to K,lire's Reodv-Mix) -MOULD SELL 28. Pets - Supplies FREE — Labrador Refhiyer pup. 10 months old. Phone 532-2670. FRESH MILCH GOAT. 130 YeMowheod Porrot, SSO 25 Percent Off All Dog Sweoters GREENWOOD'S PET SHOP. 426-2537 POODLE GROOMING — Boarding, stud service CLAIR LAC KENNELS. 1300 Clear Lake. Highlands, 426-3355 evenlncs and weekends. TOY POODLES — 3 AKC rcoistered. chamDoOne color, 7 weeks old 111 E. Cieveiona. TOV POODLES — Two white AKC registered. 1100 each 582-9066 or 583-3747. 29. Livestock - Supplies APPALOOSA AT STUD — Guaranteed to color colt. "Have trailer, Will Travel". S83-334S. HOSS — solr. ccrn - ted Ph. Ml. Bcivici), 49S-3487. MEAT SOLO FOR FREEZER — Pick your com fed calf from our feed lot. Also custom slaughtering ond cutting &ROVVN SAUSAGE CO., 818 424-3815. E. Walllsvllle OUR PRICE UUK rK "-*= FOR RENT Reducing Equipment power Tools, Pawef Post Hole Diggers v.ovina Siis with handles ... SU 50 ' Floor Sodden and Polishers ..... ~ " Dirt One Who*! Troii e r Oorncccd Born tub for Ho^se t Touch Ucrge Used Sink .... ........ S2V.50 114 95 j /OS HEARD FURNITURE co. Defer, Boytown. SS?-4962 TV'S — IMn. PfiHco. 529; porfaoles from S27.45; others. S29.95 ar.d uo. Shop rppotrs. WORLD TV. 583-1438. Up to 50^, OFF on MUFFLERS UB to 70% OFF on Shock obsoroen Soin - on fillers, all cars. SI 96 WATSON'S. 3207 Minnesota. 583-357^ Sewer Cleaning Equipment Mowers, Tillers, Edgers, Hedge Trimmer* Tow mi* 5 and Car Tops Fans, UodWers, Chotn Sows Rug Shampoo Machines Televisions Travel Trailer* ! Camp Trailers Utility Traitem 1 Truck* We Rent Most Everything BAYTOWN RENTALS Next to Kilgore ReooY Mix 2101 Market — 553-5615 •V BELTS AND PULLEYS fw refrigerators, air conditioners, pumps, co-npres- sors. washers, attic and window fans 3,000 belfs in stock. AJASSey ELECTRIC, 823 S. Prueft 583-7324. WANT TO BUY — Used sheet metal (tin), ond used lumber (2x4's ond 2xS's). WANTED — Someo-ie In this orea witft aood credit to take over payments on late model Singer. Does everything. SI.25 week or S69.9S cosh. Free home trail- Houston UN 9-3376. YARD SALE — Men., Mar. rt through Wed., Mar. 23. 9 to 5. Clothing, shoes, novelties, party drefs ond some furniture. 310 6. Republic. Sinqer Automatic Zig Zag Desk, mokes buttonholes, lews on buttons, docs all fancy design*, would like reliable party to take up payments of $4.30 month, or pay oil low balance of 141-50. Phone 5S2-691S. NEED IT7? — RENT IT!! Chemical Sprayers UNITED RENT-ALLS Pruett and Pcorcc, 592-8019 33. Sporting Goods BOAT RIG —IS ft. Hollywood boot. 17«T node!, 40 ho aU - elecrric Jonnson. Little Dude tilt . trailer, extro clean 583-IJ09, see 212 Lono Dr. BOAT TRAILER—Galvanized, big wheel, tilt-type. For up lo 17 ft. r!o, USD. 58?-8161 or 5&S-7860, Etoert Black. BOAT RIG — i« li. wooden beat, big whf^l troilcr. twin Ev'nrude electric start motor,. KSO, 583-3726 or See 2003 Florida.. BOAT RIG — 14 Ft. mahogany plywood. 35 h P. Evlnrudc Lark electric start motor. controls, big wheel trailer, in excellent condition ond priced (or Immediate sale Phone 566-8122. I* y.

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