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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 41

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Friday, March" 23,1056 Sun Classified \ 40. Apartments For R«nt BAYS1IORE COURTS — NIct burnished apartment, Innersprlnit ni:mr»H»Bs, s«r- Yils, bills patit, wanhterla, JH.QO per week. Market St. RU,, Wooster. Phone MM. CEDAR BAYOU ROAD. 2222-- Upjilalri furnished apartment. {60.00 month. I'llOuo 87H. CKOAK BAYOL'— r-nrKe garag« apartment. across from Cedar Bayou school C;ill nfter 4.;00 ji.m.. ttCZD. " ~ 1 3 61 Cypress 4 - room unfurnished apartment. Phoni Steele McDonald, 3-17IM. Rent vacancies through rent adu. 35 words for 3 days only Jl.02. Call 8302 Jot a'.1-wrltinR help. DKFEE. SUHi—E.— Larce furnished garage apartment. ?, rooms, hath. Garage, water, (taa paid, 'couple: Ph. 8S85. EDISON, I'm— Kurnlnhert i;arage apartment, bills puld. Apply I" rent. yoTfKTil. 112y NORTlI—2-room furnlsjisl apartment. Bills paid, 410 00 month Apply 321 K. Alfonl. 41. " Houws For Pent P*«« It UNKURNISHKD —. l-room houM. Attic H " u '' asonah *' Apply. WOKKINC1 LADY would lIUc. to share her nleo huniu with small famlly-2 young men or women, TelcvMon. automatic washer, deepfreeze. Ph C>197 42. Bedrooms-Board CREOER HOTEL—Clean, quiet, homelike. Good bed*, gas heaters, tub and shower baths. Low rates, fr»« parklox lot. l»honf 2326. PF.ARCB, 31 (i WEST— Two bedrocrn;. Apply same address or phone- 2095. WISCONSIN. 3205—Room and board for mother and 1 child. S1.B.OU month. Monroe's Nursery, phone 3-2887. 51. Female Help Wanted WAITRESS WANTED — Experienced waitrc.ssi \vnnted at the Tn-Clty Cafe. Apply in person. 55. Work* Wanted 66. Lodge Notices SPECIALIZING!—In repairing, r«mode!lnK, new additions. rooflnK. siding, cabinet work. FHA Improvement Loans. Free tstimates. Call U A. Staner, ph. 2915, 1814 New Jersey. MOTHERS, for on» or two days a week, let your pre-si:hool age child share la all the fun at Jack & Jill Day Nursery Kv»ry child participates !T group play, clay modeling, rhythm hand, rest period, rulor crayon work, nursery rhythms and songa. Hot lunches at noon—plus mitt- morning and mid-afternoon refreshments. All for only $3.00 per day. Jack and Jill Day Nursery. MRS. NOVA, WANG, DIRECTOR STATKD MEETING OK EAY- TOWN LOnrJE No. Kib7, A.K. & A.M. Saturday, March 2'!. 1SS6 at 9:30- a.m. In the Goose Creek Masonic Hal). All invm- hcrs and • visitlnfT Brethren cordially Invited to attend. JI. H. Hendrix. VV.M. Lynlun T. J. Maplen. Sec'y Buy From Your Baytown Merchant 805 Pearl Ph. 3-2400 CALLED ASSEMBLY GOOSB Creek Council No. 338, R. & S. II.. Fri- -Jnv. March 2.1. lOflS al 7:10 p.m. In "tnc Ba-town Masonic Hall. Past T.L.Vt. Night, Barbecue chli&cn will bi> served at 7:30 p.m. All members ursed to attend. Sojourning Companions cordially invltsd. II.. II. llinter. TIM II. C. Read, Recorder Ironinq Done .In Mv Home 4fl5 E. Hoiinan. Ph. 7293. PAPEP.HAN G JJJ G—Also small remodel• ing jobs. By the hour or job. For Information phon* 8731. HERE S THE YOUNG CHRISTIAN .MOTHER will keep 2 or 3 p:B-school children for working mother. For information call 26TQ. fjOS Kast DeFee. CABLED CONVOCATION' Goose Creelc Chapter No. 408, R.A.M., Friday. March K,. 1'jriS a< 7:00 p.m. in the Masonic •Hall Baytown. Past Hiyli Priest Night. Barbecue chirker. iwlll be served at 7:3() p.m. All members \ urged to attend. Sojourning companions ; cordially Invited. | L. L. Gihson. H.P. R. C. J'.end, Sec'y. GA1I.LAHD, 303 NORTH -.. Furnished apartment. Prlvnl* bum and entrance. Utilities. 5-10 per month. Adulta ualy, CUL.F. :«.', K.- NU-o 3-r'uom I'urnJslieJ (ipnrtm«[lt. lilen.1 lor Uay .-ileepyr, newly decoratetl, utilitifs pitid. CoMpir. UOI.F, L'l'U E.—Nice, clean -i-room fur- nishcd upurtmunt. close in. jcarajje, couple. Apply 2u;> K. Gulf. 5FGHLAND8—COS Jones RoadT~3-room t'ltraKP np.^riment, G^raR^. J30 inontli, n'ruer paid. Ph. buytowu -1U91. Earn That Extra Money GeitlnB ready for Mother's Day. Earn that needed monev the Avon Way. W:ite Mrs. p.. L. sprinitlisld, 2213 Ixju Kllen Mine. Ho;i«ton. Tesa*. i BEAUTICIANS- U you™want «. goocl in- j lure, soori inunty. iiooti established i rlientel Meyer. Bros. Baytown Beauty | Salon has openlllBi In styhni;.' regular de- fpartment. Phone -Miss P.ett.v, S11?; ] LADIES—Verv pleasant Svork. part or full time. Your own boss. Write Box 199, i-urt of BuyUiwn Sim. 63. Lost and Found HUMBLE. "UOVi «".—UnJurnljhed gar- aeu apartment. -1 roon-.s. hath, garage, new porch. J'.rrtecaratci! inside. Couplt. Cloas to town. Ph. 2!ilti.. INDIANA. 3100—iJOwnstatrs 3-r<>orns~and hath, lurnlshcrt. All bills paid. Phone ILLINOIS, 3J27 J ,-i — Furnished garage apartment, -t-rooma and bath. Storage room, 511). Couple- preferred. Pn. S835. ILLIN'OIS. 22011 — ijirKs? Hirnlslietl' 3-ioonT :tp.irla»cni. Garagr, v,-ater paid, $45.00 month. Sparky P.onil. Realtor. Din! S24S. l.N'niAN'A. 3209 ! .j— 3-room furubhell gar- iiee apartment, naratre, automatic v/aali- er connection*, water pa!d. Ph. 3-152S. i LOST BIRD POO—Black and white male I .Sette- PUPP.V, about 10 months old,, vl- • cinitv Bradshmvs Ice HOUMP. No. 2, West I Republic at. P.eward. Phone 6910 or ! .1-1024.> 64. Special Notices LEGAL NOTICE 52. Male Help Wanted THIS IS THE SMALLEST AD but offers the ureatest opportunity. Contact. W, S. Robinson. Room ]63. "Woods Building. Baytown. MRS. HELPER TEA LEAF READING Advise on all problems of life. One visit will convince you. don't fail '.o see her. No appointment necessary. Always open, y a.m. to 9 p.m., 354 Bay.vay Drive, closo <o U r olverton Super Market, Woosver, Pii. S905. Sealed Bids will be received by the Goo"ie Creel: Consolidated Independent School District, in the Office of Ataln- , tenance. until 12: noon March 26. 195B. I for Laundry Equipment, V.'asncr, Dryer and Extractor. Necessnrv information may oe had by C-alllnp rt th» office of Maintenance. 1300 LIndbe.-t: St. The School District reserves 'he ri"ht to reject any and all bids or to accept any hid deemed most advantageous to it. Geo'ge H, Gentry yupt of Schools March 21, 22. 23. CLEANER ANT> WOOL PP.KSSKP. com- eiiced'? No" pho'iie cull pVeiise. Ash Laun- { IMPOME TAX SERVICE dry, SOS Sast Htinnicuit. I IINWV-'IVlc; I r\/\ Jt-1\ i IV^L- Tlv>nth. Phont? -13S9. nice and cic^n. ?3.*i.f;0 JACK. 312 V.'KST — Furnished garage apiirtmcnt. t>erJr<H»m, kitciten and bath. Couple. Dial 7693. JACK. 115 E. — Nicely furnished 3-reom ap:trtrnent, Nevrly decorated. UtilUks pliil. Phone -I50T. WE NEED MEN PREFERABLY FAMILY MEN WITH RESPO-NEIBILITY For Kouie S.iles who need to make £r.od Illvlnsn for their fsiniHins :iml establish i'ives In a huslness 01 fr.eir own. i Now U a KOOd time t.o star, with an i established company with excellent CO.TI- Ip.any t>en*fit.4 -'ur you. If you «re bei .iftm |21 and 3. r >. and van', somtthinv; v^rmtn- 'ent lo taui;d your luture on—apply ir. person to Jlr. ilcClellsn. S a.m. to 1 p.m. The Carnation Co. 400 S. MAIN ! Day or night In your hwne or my office. 8 'Lane's End, Ph. 1231. Doug Walker. ALCOHOLICS ANONl'ilOUS Tri-Cltles Oroup-Ph. 2498. 9S32. West Baytown Group-Ph. 8076. ! Highlands Exchange Ph. 2-1622 or 2-2731. 51.95 JONES.- ans NORTH—•Kxtra. rilce qul«t furnished -1-rooni duplex iritfi garage. Artuits. Apply 307 N. Jor.ej. Ph. 7585. KENTUCKY. 2507—Furnished apanrr.ent. 3-room* ar.d hath, 540.OO month. Sparky Bonil. Realtor. IMaA WtS. LINDKEHC, -- NK-e furnished Riirage npart^itnt qn private lot. Tile drain. new wall papt!T. Ph. 2760. 53. Sales Help Wanted SEWING MACHINE SERVICE Any make or model - cleaned * oiled * adjusted - ',n your hom«. •VVOP.K GUARANTEED SHERMAN SEWING CENTER 102 W. TEXAS PH. 2001 I WILT, NOT BE RESPONSIBLE for debts made by anyone other than myself, prince "Walker. Sealed hids will be received by the Business Office of The Goope Creek Consolidated Independent School Distitct until 5:00 P.M. Wednesday. March-28, 1956, for the purchase of meat 'or the cafeterias for the month of April. )9h6. Bids will be opened at 6:00 A.M.. Thuvsrtay. March 29. 1956, at which time bidders mav be present. Bid forms may he had by request at •he Business Office in The Administration Building. Market Street Road. Baytown, The school district reserves the right to reject aav or all bids, or to accept any bid deemed most advantageous to it. George H. Gentry Superintendent of Schoou March 22. 23. 21. Heavily Concentrated Rural route open. Must have car and c n od reference!. Within* business I.' sood for several thousand doliars profit nr'-nunily. I if you qualifr. Also. cc>od cily route open, ! Write Bo* .')03. care of Baytown .Sun. I WILL NOT BE P.ESPONSIP-LE for d^-bts made by anyone other than my- !»e!f. Roy T. Wilson. I.OBI.T. 403 E. — Unfurnished duplrx 'nt witli gnraKf. Phor.e 2219 or MEN OR WOMEN IT'S NO DISGRACE To Have Roaches But it is to keep them: so let ua gst rid of tncni for you. All Work Guaranteed Ph. 3-M01 MAIN. 2W7 \V.~- Nice, clean 2-bedroom unfurnished parade apartrnerit, newly decorated. Garage. Ph. 9S12. "fTiRNisnTcD oABAaie APAP.TIIENT" CLEAN. CLOSE IN P.EASONABLE Al'PLT 216 WKST LOB1T IIAI'.VI.ANP. 1701— 2-rfx);n furnUhcd Phone -We. dupln apartment. I full or part time. Choose your own hours. i Good earnings fi-om start. Wrste Bnytown i.Sun. Box HOJ. _ i"~~~~OLDER~MEN' " • of retirement asc who want Rood yar itrotind>. Full or pan-time. Av?r- >3ge S7 W per hour. Youncrr men or women considered. Write Box .V10, cart of Baytown Sun. JIAIN. fill NOr.TH—3-room furnlihfd apartment. Utilities paid, coup<t only. Apply name address. HtCHIGAN, .HOf'i— -Lovely nflnlehed 2- h*dronnt unfurnished jipartmcnt: Ear- Ape. hnnrir, ample closet space. 1'h. 2862. Pfll'KTT, .110 S. — -I-room ftirnl«hfd apan- niffit, uitiitie.t ptild. cursKe, window fan. private batn. Ph. IU7. Fnr and bith, e 3-2uOil. STKW.MtT. 41.1--Ki:rnl»hod Karaite :ipnrt- mcm. \ViiM, ^;i*» pjlJ. J4.'j.M»t, Couple pr»f«.-rnl. P!:..r.e 4.121. STIMSON. II.'.'K— Clian fiirnijhrd fangf .Tp;trtrnfn:. \V;th RnnvKC. Walklnt: dip- t*n*-t* of town. <-;*;se to s^nools J-HI month. •witter nr.d ^.irttaKv ralil. Phone Abe Tl'.7»\f Ip, 2yi l 3 After 7 p.n-. phone V.120. 55. Work Wanted Monroe's Day Nursery 6:00 a.m. to i :uO n.m. SI.5" per day or 2,'ic hour baby sitting evrn:nq«. References, 320, r > Wisconsin. Fli. 3-2RST. 65. Monuments-Burial Lots •'CEI.IAP.CP.K.ST C E :,I E T E P. T. INC.— Fcrrv Road. Cedar Bayo;i. A hcautif>!l romplcfj'.v "PERPF.TI'AL r.ARK" ccmc- tfry in nn idea! S'jCHtion, Beautiful tree?!. i'.vpil (iritir.ed. ji.'^t outside c.:v ]:ni::.^. j Ncu' secunn,* under de\ oloj'.mcP.t t:0'.v. IK'.'V NOV.' ANH SAVE. H. I'. Hardlson. i Manager. E. I,). Hays. Salesman. Ph. 1V3U1 or 3-2SJ7. JBI/Y DIRECT—Krr-m larues: retail mon- i r.ment manufurtur^r in tlic worn. ?d.trk- ' pr?. nionumerit-s, mausoleum, nr:tr.!te, mnrhie ori hronze. Gould Monument (Works. Highway 146, Cciiar Bayou. jPhone 9301. LAWNMOWING PHONE 3-1&74 • GRAN1TK. MarBle. Bronie. Monuments, inarker. 1 *. cemetery w-ork. Knsy term?. No c.irrvinR charKcs. Trl-Citv Monument Co.. Market *t. at West Main. Fh. 4702. LK BABY SITTER AVAILABLE ANVTI.MK. ANYWHERE 712 BOLSTER. PHONE 7049 66. Cards of Thanks, )nn—Downstairs unfurnlshrd apartment. 3-rooms. bath, carace. 4- .ip.irtrotnt hlJK. Ph. Ill" or A57. WISCONSIN. 3203—3 and t room clean apartments, private bath. »<0 to J6U tnonth furnUhcd, Pn. 40A1, WRIGHT. IiKl E?^i-room unfurnl«h»d KnrAj;e Rp;irtment with Karate. Close 1n. Phone u394. PEST CONTROL TERMITKS. ROACHK8. ANTS All Work Guaranteed For Best Rtsult* Ph. 3-2W» McShan's Button Shop Custom B»Itj. »u!ton!-. huttonholea. Corner I'earcf uid S. Third. Letter To Editor — Housing Has Meant Home For Children With the loss of a husband and father, the Federal Housing Project has prodded a decent home for my children, .1 home where they could "inviet their friends and en! joy it. At that time their ages ranged from six to 1G years of age. | As "they grew older and finished j high school one at a time and ab; ta'ined jobs, we were nble to start ! buying a home. My oldest son is now married and is in Uncle Sam's Army, stationed in El Paso. He also has been "Soldier of the Month." The first daughter Works for a finance company here in Bay| town. The second daughter is now • in nurses training in Houston. I j have a son in the ninth grade and a ' pon and daughter in the seventh grade in Horace Mann junior high school. Again I give credit where it belongs to the Housing Project for the start it has given me and my children. Mrs. Adele Trchalek THE FAMILY OF MRS. BETTY" C. MONEVHON acknowledges with cratcful appreciation yuur kind expressions of nympntliv. The Hanson Vamlly and The Moneyhon Family. Try Sun Classified Ada Only five- cities had had rached |] 100.000 population by 1920 ever suf- : fered a decline in population. They i are Omaha. Neb., and Fall Rive ; New Bedford, Lowell and Wilmington. Mass. ! TRUTH! ABOUT SEGREGATION IN LOW - RENT HOUSING! • A Spokesman for the "Baytown Homeowners Assn." Would Have You Believe . . . that White, Negro and Latin American families will be FORCED to live together, as in Ghettos, without regard to color, creed or anything else, if additional low-rent housing is approved for Baytown. In other words, "forced living" without regard for personal preference! • THE TRUTH: No family will be forced to live in low-rent housing against its will. Families in low-rent housing are NOT WARDS of the government, or anyone else! They are American citizens, free to offer their expressions on ANY subject. They are not rdd what they can or cannot say . . . they enjoy t'ne same democratic perogatives as you and I! DON'T BE MISLED: The Baytown Real Estate Board, theoretically dominated by a mere handful, is following the dedicates of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REAL ESTATE BOARDS in brandishing half-truths, innuendoes, mis-representations and false statements, in a frantic effort to keep profits rolling in! These opponents of low rent housing would pit neighbor against neighbor, friend against friend, color against color, in an unholy alliance to confuse, degrade and ridicule bcsic issues. YOU DON'T HAVE TO SWALLOW THIS! The Baytown Housing Authority is NOT bound by any edict, local, state or federal, i-o FORCE integration in low-rent housing projects. There is no low which says that integration is mandatory. Rather, LOCAL DETERMINATION will determine occupancy standards and requirements. Despite all predictions to the contrary, low rent housing in Bcytown will continue to be administered by the Authority's Board of Commissioners ... five local public-spirited citizens . . . who believe that American families, regardless of income, deserve an opportunity to improve themselves. VOTE FOR Additional Low-Rent Housing Saturday, March 24ffi, '56 • THE AMERICAN LEGION SAYS: "A genuine over-ail housing program is desirable including Federal aid to States and municipalities for low rent public housing for families of low hicome for whom private enterprise cannot provide." .. Sponsored and paid for by friends of low rent housing. Low Rent Apartments Kurnlshut or unfurnished iipart- mi'nt«. JM.i'O up. H. Wllkcnfetd. 3-17-11. CNKlJKNlKFtr.n—One and two bedroom ap»rtmcn:.« with tile huths. knotty pin* fcitcn'-ns. nttlc fnn, cer.tral heatlnp. Pe- flrnhle loc.itluns. Call B. B. Williams. Ph. a-130T. NICK. CLEAN—(-room unfurnished sar- iu» apartment, centrally located, re- ffrcd rclxhtuirhood. it.i.«. water pnid. Ap- j-ly Una .KdlH'jn ur ph. sini. CLl'AN—Furnished aportrnent,. Close In. Stu.Ui* mimth. Phone 3-li7fl after 6 p.m. T.i.vs pliunc 7(|0». . U'MITlNr;. is SOI : TH—Larce -1-rootn Mr- nulled .ip.i.rtme-ic. CarnKe. central heat. mltic fnn. Cnll Mra. C.reer. >)029. 41. Houses For Rent 30! E. Roman Clean, fi-roorn.". Carpet :>. On corner near school. J6r>.OU mo* Phone 4488 After 6:00 ph. 9 I 60 ADOUK. 7111 B.— •I-rooin:t and l>n!h. unfurnished. Phone r.222. After 0 p.m. phone 610D. HOWIE, r.'ii-- 3-tiedroorn unfurnished house. Garnet. Phone -HS3. (THAT'S ALL WE ASK) AND YO U WILL B UYA DOWNEY BROS. HOME! Toil con sec for yourself the high quality styling and materials when you visit a Downey Bros. home. Costs are trimmed and so is the price—so that every working man can afford to have a Downey Bros, home of his own. KOI: SAl.K OR RKNT— 812 CarnelKl-. 2- iM'dnxmi <mt Karate. Small down - r-a.vnient, r;irty cued hum. $C17i>o.ou or : SMi.AO month. Phone -1S-I1 or 3-1094 '• c K i > A i; B A v oTr~." :m i Hi'ciivi-ay ..... "iTnr Nice 4-rucun furniwhed 7iouse, Ulllllles '.r-il'l. SSll, mid. Ph. ,1.»7U«. , CKMA H 1IAYOU ..... fonnlschr" Addition7~2" i bedroom furnished house. Kitrapr, :?Ai>.nn. Also. 2-lii-drouin unfurnlnhrd , liouse. riiriiue, SM.uu. Ilionc J.itnes HI(;HLANls OUT West Houston Street. House. Attic fan. Cnll Texas City. a-TIHO. JIIOHI.ANDS— Onlc Slrpet. two-hedrooni nil modern house for rent. See J. I.. Prlnre or phono Highland* 2-Mfil. HIGHLANn.S— Jll Avenue "K." Unfurnished 3-r(X>ms. hath. Rood nelphhor- hnod. Ph. Hlfthlnmls 3-2191 or .l-isfll, HIGHWAY 91t— .t-room tmfurnlshfd "rot tage, (;:ir(»K^. wush house, u miles east Oroshy-lliRhlamls lid. Ph. after * p.m. Cro.ihv 2SST. MAONOMA. inii>-Houses, furnished and unfurnlshnl. rlonn. 'luiel. low ront, Alsu. apnrtrnrnts. Apply Ktld MnKnoh.-i MAEYbANP. 2020—Nlrn clean ,1-hedroom \mfurnlshetl house. Carnge, venetlnrvs, month, rii. :>,'>2f>. MAON01.IA. 122B—d-room unfurnlahed houss, neur refinery. Utilities paid, $55,00 month. Phone 281«. NA7.RO. JiOO— ft-rixim furnished house. $.">."',00 month. Phone 73-11. . . . . MAIN-- I.,arKP ri-rooni furnished house. Couple Phone 2.116. is V OHIO. .1 11. I— r!-room furnished hovise. Utilities paid, S12.00 month. Phone .V>70. PARK, Ml— S'rnoms nml hath with Karane. For Informaiion phone .1-1152, SECOND. 113 N. — Kiirntrtwd house. SW.IPI'I per month. Apply 109 Sterling. WKST JUT "ROAD— TFarm-.\5:-.r»iot H0.'i) new, uijdciT. 2-tc.Sroom l-.otise tn 3 a«f*«. J4.V.OO per nriunih. Pl:0r.« K5o 34 ;•*—Modern S-bfir ire unfuriitshoj house. Drap«j. v»r.ctiatx b'dr.da. Fn. 3-4J»9. WOOStEiR ST., 212—3-room.i, bath »i fiireisrietl house. 2 r»r»i(«. WM*r p»(<1 ISS.Ofr month. Jw J. KHey', Any ph. *>I3 - .SMI. COMPARE .. - 5. $43 NO DOWN PAYMENT! Two bedrooms, carport, fop quality double oak floors. Choice of paint p , colors and shingle sfqin. month $4295 We hare many other types and floor phms for you to choose from ... you con find just the home that will fit your family and your pockctboofc. HOMES IUILT VIRTUALLY ANYWHERE WITHIN A 70 MILE RADIUS Of HOUSTON OR IEAUMONT HOUSTON • $925 GULF FREEWAY OL4454* IIAUMONT • ACROSS MOM UMAX COUtvE S-'Mi <*, ft. Tnf cWWi 1 > ' v . ^ f

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