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   Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - March 13, 1959, Galveston, Texas                                Reel Estate For Estott For EstoU For Estott For Gakestnn 15 Friday, March 13, 1950 102. For Improved City Improved City Classified TOR LEASE HIGHWAY RESTAURANT and other bulldints. Inquiries lo IBlh strcft or call SO 2-OS09 after 1 o.1 anytime SEE THESE 107- lively a bedrwm in rixcelfcnt condition throufhoui, 3rd 'bedroom can eusily be uitrt es a den. Many nlre includine UH-RC corner lot, burbeeut1 pit, aide drive, double earage and preiiy I-M1.A. oi tlnancing, 1924 HJvd, Lurgt 5-roani hljri-illsfd av collage on huacjl Ironi In bjlifiess i one. About dnwn. repairs and rcdecoratlne out only IJfl.MD. 819- II Lai EC 2-slory 3-imil apartment house near hospitals. Outride needs Mid rcpairi. Only 21st. Nice 5-room cottage, centidllj located, Ha. almost new in.sulution iid-ins, Inrje iloorct) aulc. Only About J17iO down: balance monthly. 1421 M Small compact asbestos sided 4 lartc rcioma and liatti upstairs.- 1 on lower floor. Excellent as Imnic and income property. JB.SOO. .Teimi. T-Good A ronm cottace lor H.COO. Not (ar'trom beiich. Only 11, OM down. Will consider To InipecU Wtterman Realty Agency GIB 21st St. Ph. SO Sites In Driftwood Lot No. 35, available through male. 2. Choice lot on Driftwood Lane Under a rei.alt. 3. 5009 Denver Drive, besulifully land-stuped 07' highly tesiricted to two stc-ry liomf-s, JIO.SOO.M. 4. Christopher Square at Avenue S1 i. larKe corner lol. 123.5' x 135'. ideal for ramblinc ranch style flS.SOU.OO, We have other lots lor nale In and ulso tevcra! other locations rancins in pricp ftoin 11.730.00 to S2.KOW in the West End Area. FLETCHER HARRIS AGENCY 3217 Mechanic Dial SO" PARKVIEW HOMES ALL. BRICK J Only 3 Left on S.l.'i no down peymtnt. F.H.A. only down. n Wt art now starting on 15th 16 new, 3- bedroom, 1 homes under construction. Se- J J lect yours today. Choose ti your own colors and loce- S tion. Trade your .equity. S Field Office on subdi- vision. Location: 2900 S block, 15th Ave. North. S Ph. Wl 8-2092. 5 1 REALTY i SERVICE CO. 518 9th Sf. North Texas City Ph: Wl 5-4478 Bid Is Accepted Bid of W. A. Kelso Building Materials Co. of forpur-chase of I 27 acre tract of land in Heard's Lane addition, comprising part of the former White Cap Ball park, accepted by the board of city commissioners Thursday. The Kelso bid was Hie highest of five submitted lor the pur-t chase of the property. Dr. Arthur RusWn was second highest bidder with a bid of P. H. McKenna bid J. Sigmund Forman, and Sol Friedman of Houston, The board designated that the proceeds from the sale of the property be placed in the capita.! improvement fund. Real Estate For 105. Improved City 4223 Avanue Nearly Vl blocl of ground with naw tile building. In induifriat zone. See ma fcr price, elc. 1128 Harriiway Very nice rooms and bath bungalow .in nice lection. Full lot of ground. PRICE S Unimproved City and two bathl bungalow on full lov. PRICE 13, 500. 5407 Ave O Small cottage of 4 rooms ana bath on full lot. Terms cash balance month PRICE 1510 Nice five room low on half corner lot. PRICE 5BI6 Ave. T' Neat five room totlage en full lot. PRICE A. C. Vanskike i Sons Realtors 4605 Ave. J Ph: SO S-7322 SO VIEW LOT Located at Marine and Avaloa. 60 x First time en niarkrt. 3324 Broadway SO 3-3033 ABE KELLNER Ufa! BLOCK AVENUE T. THREE OVER-liie lols. Includes one frame houst that AI Tramp Real POINT SUBDIVISION. A BEAtlfj. fu Jot available. Very imall down payment calj Raul Cardenai (iisnt SO MR26 nr SO RAISED threer hidroom. den. exlta larje living room, baili, plus 2 room and bath down-iiam. SpHcr for addltiontl "iom or work ihop. This home nas built to UBi. Double flDOFB. uloi-ri hial. BJU K. SO 2-3jJB and Sunddya dayi after BAYOU SliOHHS. desirable elevation lot, water front lot. Alto 74x120 lot tt 5D20 Hvmao Levm. Rtalior SO AVF.NUE s. DESIRABLE 42.10x130 ft. Jot. For further particulars phone Hyman Levin, SO Student On Dean's List At West Point Gregory Clement, a former Kir-win High School student who it attending West Point as a junior, was named to the Dean's list of. the academy for the first semes-ter of the 1959-60 academic year. Clement graduated from Kir-win in 1956. Matthew Whelton, a West Point plebe this year and also Kir-win graduate, barely missed the honor list, according to Brother C. Lawrence, F.S.C. 2324 65th STREET NEW HOME. 1 rooms. 2 Bedrooms hath and attached air.je. JM wirais. cyclone fence Ideal for youne couple. >nlh r-asonable terms, will ahow by appoint-RIA J. FLAUTT M' SO 5-I11I Stewart City Business OLEANDEil, La most appealing planned by fhe owntr< f for and living, 1 large bed-'T' den, very Urge liv.  I bath ut: i rooms down. (7.0UO. Terms. 27H It Matkrt. propertv Full lot. Can be fcr of l.usinfis. PriccH richt. Plrr.lv of cood lots for sale In La Marque. Cain's Real Estate Agency Ph. SO oi SO Z-P9I6 Aim CAMP Tor tale. Buildir.e In excellent condition, buiane lelcpJiunr. c'ectncity anri new rlrclric water pump. 4 rooms, larre rcreened porch and lisnin; p-et. fnm-iilrtrlv (ufnishcd, refrigerator, fas ranee, ric. cash. BuildinR u on picp'nv pureha'ri c.f building can ob-lam Icj'se Lcrat'd on Nkn-1. Wntp 5M BEST roam. V.iichen. and A iral No nfrdtd. It. 000 170 monthly to nijlif Krjr Sfih-R'i-roar lirRf ronrni bitli. Jj- x 123' Int. HTM. ISGO Near Cror.k'-rt S c h n o 1 rhf Room? via mrdwooa flauu. fj.ZJB. Trrmv JI.OM cJcu-n. Nrar hnrT- (jiure. lull tot, IHH Tcimi I1S75 Krar 37'h brdroom homt. r-.oJfm fcitilvMi. livmi loom and F.fascmabk fnai. Cain'i Real Eifftit SARLEIi DR. In La Marque 3-bedroomi living room, kitchen, tile bsth, panel Rinfle-wr On Urge o'dont fenced lot. rouity tor tale or trade. DAVID D. JAMES Lcnz Rd WE Two bedroomi and den (or 3rd bedroom) home lit BonHi. J 1 F.H.A. approved. Pi-flic do not ditturb occupanU. Dial SO 5-7439. KELLNER, AYERS A SCHMITT 2307 Mechanic GRAFTON home with cyclone fenrp. F.H.A. financing. Shown bv 41B AVE. NORFH TEXAS CITY Two-brdroom nlre nrlihborhood. Total price S-30 INTOMK nt SEDS M. Front has two bedrooms, dining room, Oooti Two larpe in ifar. Pnci-d for excellent return, Estate For Sale SIGMUND FORMAN. REALTOR SO 3-3913 or SO brick- home on larie lot. Ei-rellpnt location. Erimnmiral bul corn-fortible living (or imall lamilr. CALHOUN ROURKE WE 5 3aS3 or WE 5 14. Mainland Property FOR SALE oM hotr..-. O-5M.3W. tFnj Bjtou Vifv hotive and lirje water-fiont lol-JSS.WO. 5-s Cn.ftH. U. Pour famishtd Sycimort (Rulf Villnir) I Bedroom Bungalow fll.OflD.M Modem hnrnf. less than 1 vr. old. otoiiiifd lot. In ing rrnim and dinme loom combination, S bedrooms, tile bath, family room, larne kltchrn. One rar carafir plus Morncr atlachrd. buck vard fenced. Estimau-d n nt on purchase price, il.-FLETCHER HARRIS AGENCY 2117 Mechanic SircM Dlnl SO 16 1. I TWO STORY HOUSES IN Iroot and rear. Ctn be ourchased ct rirt. Hvman Levin, SO 2 SALE OR Will. LEASE. J-BF-D-room modern brick liomf, iltached on two lots. Location OB Sin Iliihwsy between California ind Mil-Miuri. Phone Dickinson. IJTH HIGH RAISED CORNER of 1 bedrooms, livinj room, dm-me room, kitrnen and baui. I7.GDD. Small down payment end raiy monthlf My-menta. Hvman Levin KO ON THE MAINLAND It e lubdiTiilon erf inodtro tiomtt PI-cuiively lor i_olortd rpople who chooie a good to rear thelt Urn-illfs. NafutaJ EM. wntrr and elettrlcify. LOLJ 50x120'. iQBide till 1 675 and IS.5 for corner lotA. Onlj 123 down ted 115 moninly. B. WITTJEN MARQUE AIL RRICK. THREE bedrooms, larce family room extra Urfe liaih. ccaarstc dininj room. Isree living room, rerthiua Farms Section. 2331 Clurk plionr WE Warp f 303 Slit. over ll.OCfl iq. Jt.-H7.bM. R. C. CHUOKE AGENCY 4V Rroadwav. Prt JfflS. SO J DOWN AND S7o PLfi MONTH mudcin thiec hndroom home. 2310 311 1. See in-.idfi to apprcciaie. Apply TRANSFERBrTD. MUST SELL lovelv three-brdroom home. Bttir tan, cmtral liesl. spacious closlts, attic slo-race. 220 outlets, attached carafe, naved street. Phont J.a Marcue. WE 5-839S. COLORED. S ROOM HOUSE FOR sale or tindr in Dickinson. terms. Phone wj 52161. Texas Homo and Income 1202 Ave. G DUP'-JT siorv frame capltt, tounif-h cnnslrji trd I toorr.s tnd ample rlOffts. Two spartmcms m dn lot flr.il of ciound, Plfaie do not MICHAELIS Realtor fitcw.irt Bldg. Dial SO 39th Street (Corner) Down Payment hnme b.ilil hv ons of Calvrslon'i Tlirrr hcdrpoma complete tilr livir.B room larje dinlrjE room, drn, modrrn par.fled kitchen with Karhajf wall lo Wall r'aiptt. .'.irfi- rii r in rjir plUB l.nin- yard rvnone Se'r'ni FLETCHERmHARRIS AGENCY Mechanic Dial SO LOIS ON LASY TERMS IN CalvcMon and HiirhrocV. J. Sipmund for man. Rcalic-. .SO 2-59J3 nr SO 3-BEDROOM HOMES Just Down Two bedroom home in I. a Marque. Tlircf-hedroom komes in Texas City and Hitchcock. All like new. Have ci-mml heat, attic fans, hnattv pine tile rvrlone fpnred ana concieie streets. No NELSON REALTY HOUSE. LOT Cvclooe fenrr. Jrf horn brhir.d llir Jack Frost Cafe. Call Hitch- Real Estate ADDITION'. OWNKK rooms" two" living room, dintni -rea den air-conditioned, breakfast room, attached table Larp.e lot. TifM. Ph. 3-6131. Hitchcock. AGFNCV SnnVlCE OFFLRUD TO rnOPLRTV OWNERS: I. Wt nuke loar-.s and jnur piopeay H needed. V.'r lit range loam on all our fur e L Wf 5i.ll Vhilp, LaHn Annncan, urd property, 10 list jour property uiih in lor Qulek, tfficicnl tcn'Ke. Cain's Real Estate Agency Ph. SO nr SO 2-0926. Abo llai-'iuvnv 3 bedroom h-mic tirpM like neir liU (ratuns clo-lt HP.TT. ;jlt. Vitfhrn. Sfpintf Srd'hrdtonm'. I'M wlilnp. Rrdad-rf lo fll. 11. A. Approvr-d tmull flown pavmfni. SIMS REAL cirv Pwentr-font front, olfices or store tpaco new buildlncs, iitar thopping cfatcri, Ideal for attornev, accounianis. dentists, braurv shop, real cstalr. ance, IlorUt or wtail itore, WYAfl of sellini hi> 3 bedroom. 1'i bath home on lovely ivooded lot in lection of Hitchcock. Central heat wall lo wall carpet in room and dinint room. 1 car jarace. Sma 1 swim-mine pool. Will consider tmall tiade. Call I.a Haro.ue WE 5-3TU oi- WE LOTS WHOSE VALUE Will. Uimb the newen tn ihc trawall prr-tecls thftn. Each TS'iSV In Junemunn Subdivision No. 3. IJ7M terras iivaifahlt. MM, excellent home J. MGMUND FORMAV. KU4 G3rd M. (CnVa 1 us iSnrr duplex, dibci'.Ol lidJDj, Lot 75' I lOi'. R. WANTED We in telling, buying and For prompt and tirvict {fiaf pro. duoi rttullt, c.ll PAUL CHUSHCOFF Rfiltor Cflduceui SO 5-T537 SALE i5Y Till'. Oft'NER, NEW 3 bedroom brick home, closr to ittic central double carafe. Thontf 7-3S41 or S-3533. DlrVinson. Jd'.lSO. Bri.-k colonial. acre, on Bayou. SHM. V.f-f'i lots nnd other hornet. Lita Thomav 7-6253. CITY GOOD INVESTMENT. S7I3 FRAZinR (BAYOU V.M A. HymYrt l.rvin. SO K I SI DR V ASH bS'l O'-i SIOt-.D h-wnF farnft.irf. Excelldr-.i cond'tion. SO 2 Pl> 5r X 1MT 3 BEDROOM HOMH. Hobby wotkihop In nnrapB In renr I6.B7S wo .t..3.50 monthly. owntr. 3 bdlroom frame home. 613 -lenninRS. Call afler Wl jo-ft. Ion in undeveloped subdivision. Both for only 55M. Ai Tramp Real F'SHtr. SO 26635 Galvedon. MARQUE. 1POG I.irfLE STREET hv ou-ncr. laipe living room. to school, desirable rrtRhborhnnd. tea to IS403. rion-n. I7J monllily Phons SO 2-73S! Galveston or 5-ifl3 La SALE OH BENT IN U MARQUE. nrw Jbfdroom house. Ph. a-3'13 26 I.ANF. PRinwnOD-Ovcr two-t.ir EJI-'SC r.r.J lot, Teian if price Jj right: Needed by March 17U. All SO Real Estate Misc. ni-nis. norne rcpnlrn. IS.510 J1.000 hihntr irnt. lo Hvman 1 "-.in. M) Avrvo. i wo RTDROOM utrnt r.ij-rd hurtle, l-iisi x 40 'I. rhnn ,ir m ir.u. J51W. Only TO 5 ACRES OF WILD LAND NEAR Mfwnrt .ind 6 10 K ro-iH. fni fill r.iRli-risl. Inli-rpM-.-, NEAR RUNGE PARK --tivo choice homesites. ]70x30S ft. each. The "fprit" nn the Mainland. CT terms. Owr-fr. La Marqu? WE BE MOVED T.RO.M PROMSM lo any tinn. Can be financed if ta'r. lot. (hayon Msosr Mainland MOVFS YOU ISTO 3-BFnSOOM home in socd ncichborhood. Escel ent ronuitinr w.tn FHA. U'rms, La hrriioom, P', b.iliii. Oilier hfinirs. J37.iD up. I.oH rr 115-i diwrt. 171 montli. WxISO. lianv .1. Lrr. WE 57Tii roTTAnr nr nnrl drn. PiiCdl lei i.ili k n.ilf. Owner If a Hynun Levrn, Siion. Only J.oo Hilri'cp tcni A' Ti.i-nn SO jtrp.irale rt.nmc toon, HIT condi-lionij. 3.H2 HaplE, Dii'Siin- n K. KO rim. liicnlncc. r.n fi. on HO.WO. nnVf orfcr. Thrrp-hfrt'oom britk hrmr. Of'3. 'llnrf-bfdrnom trame. SU.Snu. OihfT hon-.rs nnd fnr salr. ro-iplc. fini T, 3 from !uh. Mmlcm 3 hrdrocm homr. Me brt'.h and uarelr-d In ing room. K-uasc. 1'ilcr Ji.Sfli.. CslI SO 3 T. HIGH-RAISKD HOl'M. wilJi (litf Ir-ts. Hmup rcciH rrpitrr. AI iininri Ht.-il JM..IP. Ml io.id. or niv termi. Owner, 1 Miimue WE Ugal Notices TII- SF.ST Fiuy TODAY. l-.vrly loom house, rimplrtrly fur-r-h'-A urnnn rvrlonr lliiflJ-.X AI'ARTMr.SfS tt'IV 1 Ivinr ronm riinnc roosn. H" kitilirn floor fnrnMi'rl nre b'drnom .irarnncniv 'IniTu. Mainland 14. Mainland hereby the Annual Me'tinj nt thu Stockholdus of ti.il vestnn. Iloufton Hfnderjr'.'i fril OH'-cf1 of' the ComMnv, in the Ci-v of' Gulvwion. P-I TuMdty. Aprrt .ih tt o'clock A.M.. ffi "f1-! r'pciinr nf Direcmrs. aim lor tl-' lunsarrioji of nher busmen as proprrlv come l.n ir.c-ctinj. Tl-e Ann'i'l McMine nf lhi> Rnsrrf of will UVe r'Jrr immediatrly tlie SlockliaidSM f JOHN DRIVE -Im, I'i ilauble f'r.lidl hfMinp. Mnsl aitrtclur pxterifr. O.L NO. 6 SOUTHLAWN n-iri r.T.tut Vi'.i.! In dm i-btdinorn rV with liitfhfft. ntrKimc. Btauliful wiih (.i.-nnurc barbecue nil tot liMnj. PERTHUIS FARMS hrrtrnom'. !lj htlh-i. f.imi'v loom ind rllri nc room. in-BAILEY BITNER La Marque Phone WE 5-2441 or WE HRRDS LANi: TWO OFI) nnm biph ralJ'rt ho-nc. (W down, bnlnnre like imt. Hyrmn sn AVT. R. HOME .ind thrrt'-re-'i-si p.ir.ipr sp.itinir-t. T vetv nriclihoilmM. Near n-liocl-. sliopp.nc fntor, AI, TRAMP Ri.At. r.sTAir, sn HOUR BEDROOMS. orA'. 3 3 tirarr' II3.5PO. Trrnn. llvman I OH SM.I-: bllj PAJKWAY DRlVf: (.ITM SuhiHvlilon) Bruk home, 3 2 nlr ;KI. nt'pi.rx IN Goon rondrtion. I.nc in rnr ifr.t cili- ProDtnv In li.inlneM rone. Ttimi, Hv. man I.fvm, SO 2 tRM ]fi i; IIOMK AND APARTMENTS, n; on All thi  UtiMi; hftdrofimn. hi" cnrt' iliMnn. Ncsr To Inippn llvnun Ml iviNNir. infill it.Aisrn impi.rx wuh hftim.' 'ii rnr. lull Int. tlo'r tftwn. Jlnlv U.WO. A. Andcntntt, fO PROPERTY Drsiralile ficrnnCA near Hitchcock, and Arcndiil, per cere. C'lolca linmcsltos In rcalrictud Bubdivlson, S750 and up. Water-front lott S795. AH of the nhovfl call for J2ri down per unit, nnd per month. Lots without bulldinR restrictions for only with S10 down nnd SIS monthly. A very drsirab'o way bnsinrai loeailon (50' x 160') only 550 down and per month. price JH25. WODDKD In hMUtifr.l tubdlvlilon (Wood Acres) for thoei who want tho bcsl. Triccj rantro rrnm HMO fni) up. Terms It doslrod. No closing coin, All notes liavo on or bofore Ph. SO 5-7133 Ph. S-1391 Mih R IPM Si crniM Hwy- 8 Gftlvcnon YYII IJUIN ._ J h.illii. BI-n'Mililv. In' Hvii.nn l.rv.'n. fiu-lni' th- (inlf li'cnUnllv TMHIS. Cnnttir.t Mvmnn Leva RMltnr PO CAOUCMIS. ciiAHMistr IJIMCI; hrdrontn and Arn linme 'i tnilu. h'auil' Lruin SO Snulh-Ordcr nf Sale fit o' tlif Lmtfd SMifS loi Utc SiiUhfin 1 'hv p.irtli.: ml ion, (or ratli, 01 Hondnv. th" of Hmcli, 1931, t oVwk A.M.. nf (he cnltfd I'O't Offire Builrtme, Galvfitnn. flip OI Sticw lifr hml-fiv tncltlf. oppurl, WIIMI. fi--th.'v inn. Icni. W. I'nilrd Py M. MnuhfWf, (NJI-MMIII) lini 1.111., Minil KAlSl-.li CORNfc'.H houift of 2 brdroomi, living rcx-m. dinlni tft3in. kiUhrn ind l.atli. 17. MO, rtmvn IJtl ninntniv. Myninn l.-vin. SO MIOOM iiousr.s rou -iAi.r TO rhftnr Sil 3fi7fn or SO ?nnrr. nunifonM IIOMI: JILCIII. in.r. clflMnc. Gill' SO 3PH1 nr mmf iy MSI ov.TAfiT; nr nrDRnnMS, lii Inn rfinm. hnih nml 'dlrlini xvilh hdrli forci-. JiSfin. 1 lymim l.nvln, (liwn DOWN AM) i'..S l'l R MONVH t.u.vft miikrii Hi hi'dfnni (I'lnsc. .V.rli. in Apply .V.IT sAi.r nv n'lVNrh iiotistf, Thrrn tinnlinrrt nputmeni ho-uc. 'njn.oo! Inrnmc fiinniiilv. SHffit. rnncd .1 barlronm AH A 1. Ul Sfi M67J. C. Molho. 74 fit. .IWOIll'DROfiM P R A M r, 11.110. L, ft. ThODI J Emphasize Place You Awarded Teachers Are Urged In By TERRY MACLEOD News Staff of our forefathers who believed in the worth and Crash Slight of buiid, this .small the' individual, abiding faith with piercing brown eyes and she suit lor S49.205 wai filed in' masterful command of words "What makes District Court Thursday came 3 compelling giant "It's against the Western. swayed her listeners from men and women Telegraph Co. of merry laughter lo strength of democracy lies plaintiff, E. C. Johnson, 31- provoking as people she suing to recover sickness dis-'. sounded tiic "Call to one, Mrs. Flagg benefits as an employe of> Thus Mrs. Mildred hold a candle and light defendant company under an Flagg of Newtonville, Mass., for Urn future for Disability Plan as set her audienco captivated Ihe dawn and from Uiern in i contract between the com- night when she challenged its and the Commercial Tele-! tors "to write with truth upon few people ever Union, AFL-CIO. immortal minds of children headlines, even tlie plaintiff claims that while' leaders of youth keep a years have proved that the employe of the defendant devous with the not the event is he suffered severe and She was the principal she told her injuries to his back at the dinner which opened lively sketches of some spine Nov. "M, '56, tnd that District 1 convention of the famous people she counts company has not paid him the Stale Teachers the speaker disability payments under theme. Whether with the contract. Mrs. Flagg Mid it is lime to stop highlighting juvenile delinquency but to talk of youth as tlie most wonderful wsel of of Gen. and Mrs. William F. Dean, with Albert Schweitzer's devotion lo humanity, or the indomitable spirit of Helen Keller, at are sought' by Ambrose Wright, a 47-year-' old longshoreman in a suit filed! in 10th District Court Thursday; a against the Imperial At this very moment the Curie, Dr. Sikorsky, Co. and. the Isbranddtsen' situation is so pave there is the King and Queen Inc. to light the candles of President plaintiff contends that on and peace, she stated, and added that Americans, with their traditional believe in the dignity of man, have a special and vital role on the world stage. "Each one of us has an Ford, assumed stature in Mrs. Flagg's portraits cheifly because they gave their own best gifts unashamedly as individuals. She gave the definition of human greatness, "Just an ordinary 21, 1958, while working as a longshoreman for the A. D. Sud-erman Company unloading a cargo of sugar from the Isbrandtsen Company ship Jean O'Berg, he was overcome by carbon monox- ant place in this chaotic world of jet propulsion, fission and doing ordinary things in an extraordinary way, and giving from the defective muffler of an Imperial Sugar Company trac- supersonic speed and space so that from the or bulldozer and he fell eight she will grow the temple nine feet to the bottom of the "It is important to Brotherhood of floor, suffering injuries to the place where you stand we bip enough to do head, back, chest and neck. in the field of education in she asked of her changing world there is a compelling urgency lo seize on most important help the individual can give in the. "1 say to you, seize on the unchanging tilings the Ten Commandments, which haven't changed for centuries and the communism, is tlie example of his own life and in this call to greatness spiritual unity will slem from the tremendous cumulalive strength of Ihe countless thousands of humble Americans devoted to their Mrs. Fiagg Social Hour Tonight The advance guard of the Kirwiii she stepped away from 600 dogs expected to par- Roll the audience stood and enthusiastically applauded in Uie eighth annual show sponsored by the Galveston of this author and Kennel Association will be- Brother Barnaby, principal Mrs. Claudia Overland arriving Friday along with Kirwin High School, has district president, and trainers. the school's honor roll for and Dr. Morgan Evans, one-day unbenched show fourth six weeks of the of the Galveslon obedience trial will be held gave the address of judging slated to begin at Students listed a.m. and continue until the best Class M. Landrini) of Spring breed and best in the show are A honor roll: Frank given the past Ernest Fondren, Ronald Kirchem, Alan Ladd, Tommy Pencil. Danny Traverson, William Voigt and Entertainment was provided by Uie Austin Junior High School choir under the direction of in the past, proceeds will go o the Galveston County Council for Retarded Children. 'Hie local club will host ro- Jahn and a selected houi and smorgasbord at the B honor roll: Calvin A vary, Steve Bernardoni, Danny Camp bell, Bruno Cristelli, Ed Hannigan, .limmy Hazlitt, Fred Hermes, high school string ensemble directed by Paul Bergan, director of music Galley of Jack Tar hotel at p.m. Friday honoring the visitors, according to Mrs. ty Liefabe, Leonard Mills, John Permenter, George Rivaux, Bill Ross, Leon Sevcik, Claries Stig licit, Tommy Eaves, Gilbert Theul and Jesie Sendejas. IB A honor roll: Anthony Signs Bill Increasing Pilotage may be made with Mrs. C. L. Greer In Dickinson The Saturday show will be open o the public and admission tickets be purchased at the door, Mrs. Boyd said. and Benjamin Rodriguez. B honor roll: Frank Gov. Price Daniel Certain James Sclmiidt, Rudilph Sclmr-won, James Hart, Michael a bill that will give Galveston Texas City Pilots Not Work Stanley Sarman, Peter Carmona., Ottavio Guisli and Don of 50 cents per draft foot in pilotage His Helpers by Srn. Jimmy and Fire Commissioner A honor roll: Honoralo Angleton, the bill was B. Rourke Jr. said Thurs- B honor roll; Waller in Uie house by Rep, he felt cettain none of his Michael Daly, Gabriel pasted his political Ballinger Mills, Oscar Schetal bill gives the pilot on traffic stop signs. Glenn the authority to signs were pasted just be- Clue the present fee of the word "Stop" on some A honor roll: John Boese, Capl. S. B. Wetniore. intersection traffic signs, aloDell'Osso, Joe Flores, of the pilots' group, it read "Stop Rourke." Lane and DonaJd in Galveston. The said every such sign noticed1 B honor roll: Jerry Daly. fee has been in effect removed. ward Ewy, Fort, asserted the placing of die Hurst, Weidon Mikulik, Len Wet more said he was on the traffic signs must ford, George Murillo, by W. P. Tarpey, of been the work of supporters Fadia, Joseph Schreiber, chairman of Uie pilot one of his opponents in the Wilkinson, John Whelton and that a meeting of election. ert would be called they even sutck A sign Class early date" lo vote on one of my opponents on my A honor roll: Paul Rourke revealed. Joseph Lambert, Larry Dishman, Emilio Belluomini and hill was noncon trovers! a Capt. Wetmore explained, said the police department drawn following a enforce the city ordinance B r.onor roll: James Finn, December of the pilots not allowing signs on utility Cory, George Hieronymus. G. TompUins. president of Sanchez, David O'Donohoe Maritime Assn., and William Dunn, chairman of the Susie Galicia Class IBB A honor roll: Harry Abbott, trustees of Galveston Whajves. The pilotage bill was n m o n ul Dell'Osso, Marius Hubbell. Wilson McCoy and Richard Virules. B honor roll; Robert bills passed by the 5fJth Legislature signed Thursday by the Susie Galicia of 4414 avenue holder of ticket No. 30S47, was the winner of S200 Thursday Ed Christie, Alfred tee and A. other three in tlie second week March articles in the program of local mer- Classes HA and relating to campaign honor roll: Salvadore and statements winning ticket was drawn Richard Ober, Louis with those in the 10 year old Alice Ann Thomas Daly and John code, by Rfp, B. H. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B honor roil: John of J. Stewart of 5416 avenue Dickie Gould, George collection of fees Pransky was master of Ronnie Miller, Terry Moore, by County for the drawing held ie Neimeyer. Ellis Ortcso, Uie stale or county for 22nd and Postolfice Tantillo Morris Soler, Ernest rendered in connrclion wit total of 5300 has been given chez, Rauol Piiillips, S. of rifihl-of-way in tlie first of four ka, Jon James, Bocning 'roads or highways, 'awincs uhicli will total D. de-main proceedings, icn the final Thursday, Class 12A Rep. Wilson Foiemun of 'X for 5500 is held. A honor roll: Robert procedures fnr Thursday, a third drawing nani and Thomas school trustees, by Rpp. will he held. B honor roll: James McKenna. Class of 1 stores participating in the A honor roll: Pat Gormely and FUKI. I'OR of Commerce business Charles first program. B honor roll' Jesse of natural gas from George Cherry. Joe was in use Thursday special tanker. Auburn HiJSins. Vincent northern suburbs. In (lie experiment works. Ilin Ralph Meyers, Kenneth the Ras is gas will I.elp solvr Brit- Adrian Turney, Rir.o Urbsni in liquid form, in one fuel problems and take corn Jack James. of its normal space, surplus U.S.   

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