The Silsbee Bee (Silsbee, Tex.), Vol. 48, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 5, 1967 Page: 1 of 12
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THE SlLSBEE BEE
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HEARS OF TAX STUDY
Council Approves Payment For
Five New Vehicles Wednesday
»t| Bid price for the five trucks state. Only Jasper, Livingston
1.1:30] a. m. “ ‘ ‘ ‘ -
brief1 session to approve'pay-led a five, year note at Silsbee
Silsbee City Council met~a
Wednesday jin a] was $17,696:34. Council approv- and Hemphill were lower in'the
ment for three new city dump]State Bank to pay for the ve-
trucks and two new pickup; hides.
trucks. City Manager Wayne DuBose
The last of the dump trucks reported that a recent study by
was delivered by Donalson Mo- the Texas Municipal League
tor Co., low bidder for the ve- showed Silsbee to have one of
hides, last week. -| the lowest city taxes in the
TO STUDY PARKING V
John Fordinal Named
John J. Fordinal has been in-
stalled president of hte Silsbee
Merchants Association, suc-
ceeding the outgoing president,
Held Monday For
H. H. Alexander, 52
Funeral services fof Henry
Herman Alexander, 52, of
Pasadena were held at 4 p. m.
Monday in Fanner Funeral
Home. Rev. Melvin Spears, pas-
tor of United Pentecostal
Church in Kountze. officiated.
Burial was in Knupple Ceme-
tery. Pallbearers were Larry
Walker, Johnny and Sammy K.
Smith, Danny Tucker, Henry
Alexander and Herman Con-
Alexander died at 10 p. m.
Saturday in a Houston hospital
after a short illness. He was a
native of Bluitt, La., and lived
in Silsbee 40 years. He moved
to Pasadena three years ago.
He was a member of Sunny
Acres Baptist Church here.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs.
Sadie Alexander; two sons,
Prentis and Chester Alexander,
both of Pasadena; a daughter,
Mrs. H. L. Tucker of Pasadena;
his mother, Mrs. Addle Alex-
ander of Silsbee; four brothers,
B. G., E. J,, S. E. and Sherman
Alexander, all of Silsbee; two
sisters, Mrs. J, A. Johnson of
Beaumont • and Mrs. Myrtle
Gandert of Houston.
Allen Warrick. The election
and installation was held at
the regular monthly meeting of
the association Tuesday.
Other new officers of the
mercants group include N. P.
McCarney, vice president, and
Warrick, secretary - treasurer.
Meetings of the association
are held at 10 a. m. in the Heri-
tage Room of Silsbee State
Bank on the first Tuesday of
Reward money totaling $100
collected from individual mer-
chants to. assist in the appre-
hension of vandals who shot
out store windows last Hallo-
ween was returned Tuesday.
Apparently no takers came for-
ward to claim the money.
New window plaques for
members of the association
have been ordered and will be
distributed at the next regular
A special committee was ap-
pointed by President Fordinal
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Fos
ter of Rock Island, 111*, are the
parents of a son, Ronald
Wayne, born Nov, 27. Mrs. Fos-
ter is the former Miss Patricia
Tarver. Mrs. Lois Tarver of
this city is the maternal grand-
Born In Haftlin Memorial
Hospital In Kountze
The first baby born in Har-
din Memorial Hospital in
Kountze in 1967 was Tammie
Jean, a daughter, born Jan. 1
to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lowe
of Silsbee. Grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Louie Barrett of
Crockett and Mr. and Mrs.
James Lowe of this city. Mrs.
Lowe is the former Miss Bob-
by Jean Barrett.
Steven Wayne, a son, was
born to Mr. and Mrs. William
Arthur Markentell of Kountze
on Jan. 2.
Jerry Lee, a son, was bom
Jan. 3 to Mr. and Mrs. James
Vernon Scott Sr. of Sour Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Joe Bates
of Port Arthur are the parents
of a daughter, Belinda Jane,
born Dec. 27.
Derrick Lee, a son, was bom
Dec. 28 to Mr. and Mrs. Joe
H- Belt of Kountze.
Kimberly Jean, a daughter,
Silsbee’s tax structure tor ihe
current year is $1.25 per $100
valuation based on 35 percent
of total value Jasper is $1.50
at 15 percent and Livingston Is
$1.50 at 17 percent. Both cities
are considerably • smaller than
Silsbee in population.
A cross section of other area
cities, both larger and smaller
than Silsbee, showed a wide
variance in their tax structure.
For comparison, here are a
few: Nacogdoches, $1.50 at 44
percent; Port Neches, $1.70 at
33 percent; Carthage, $1.35 at
50 percent; Crockett, $1.50 at
33 1/3 percent; Beaumont,
$1.82 at 60 percent; Orange.
$1.81 at 50 percent; Cleveland,
$1.50 at 40 percent; Huntsville,
$1.70 at 33 percent; Navasota,
$1.55 at 33 percent; and Glade-
water, with the highest in the
state, $2.50 at 35 percent.
Taking the tax rate and the
percent of total valuation fig-
ures, the Municipal League
study came up with an "ad-
justed tax rate." Using this ad-
justed rate, Silsbee has a city
tax of .483, well beloiy the .516
SILSBEE, TEXAS - 77656, THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1967
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Judge Coe Grants
Stop Tree Culling
A temporary injunction to
stop ^cutting of timber on the
Bragg “Ghost” Road near Sara-
toga was granted by J ud g e
H. A: Coe at a hearing in 88th
District Court in Kountze Fri-
day., • V
Judge Coe set a hearing for
Jan. 16 to determine if the in-
junction should become perma-
The notice to show cause is
styled “L. L. Hoffman and Carl
Corey vs. Amos Laird and oth-
ers.” Judge Coe granted the
hearing on the pleas of Hous-
ton Thompson, Gene Barring-
ton and Tyrrell Buchanan, all
Laird and others are now
temporarily restrained from
cutting timber on county right-
of-way on the Bragg Road,
average'* for" ali "cities "in 'thc'vhich they bought in Novem
Hardin County’s newly elec-
ted county judge, Emmett
Lack, held a special meeting of
the county Commissioners
Court Tuesday morning, and
immediately brought three of
his campaign friends into the
county government picture.
He asked that Silsbee attor-
ney Houston I. Thompson make
state under 10,000 population.
Colled For MOD
Saturday, Jan. 14
W. T. “BILL” WRIGHT
Kiwanis To Install
Shrine Association will make Gliffjih'S MOlllOr
street collections in the down-|
town Silsbee area Saturday,
ber in bidding conducted by
the Hardin County Commis-
Timber was ordered cut to1 m . . . ...
clear the road for widening and' W. T. Bill Wright, bo
olecktopping. gist for the Texas Parks and
The request fbr the injunc- wildlife Department, will be
tion is based on the argument !instal)ed president of the Sils-
that a scenic attraction is be- . u -j, *
bee Kiwanis Club t o n tg n t
(Thursday) at 7 o’clock. Eu-
gene L. Lefler, lieutenant-
New County Judge Calls
Spedal Meeting Tuesday
proved the other three com-
missioners, thus legalizing the
commissioner and is not allo-
cated by the court. Thus, the
commissioners court. The courtlcourt as a whole has no legal
approved bonds for all of the nor moral right to control
county’s elected officials. I wages of precinct employees.
Com|mssioner Howard Bar-1 District Judge H. A. Coe
rir.gton of Precinct 2 reported again appointed Donald Allums
to the court that he had givenjas county auditor,
all his employees a salary in-« According to one county of-
crease. Money for the raise will ficial who attended the meet-
a feasibility study^ot't^e use ofj^on\e from his annual budgeted ing, everything appeared to go
votine machines in Hardin!fund' (smoothly with the new county
Countv and report back to the; £ach commissioner is given!judge, including the apparent
commissioners at their next an annual fund with which to speed with which motions were
----■— ---------- —J — made, seconded and approved
with a noticeable lack of dis-
meeting in two weeks. .maintain his precinct and pay
. • „ _ . , his employees. The fund is
Attorney Gene Barrington l manaj?ed
was asked to study ali legal; —--
steps and other details of es-
tablishing a credit union for
Mrs. Melba Lamb, of Chanee-
Loeb, was appointed to head
the voting registration drive in
the Lumberton area by Judge
Lack. He cited her for the ex-
cellent job which he said she
did last year.
County Officials Take
Oaths At Saturday Rite
Emmett Lack, elected Hardin 75 to 100 persons were present
Judge Lack read a statement County Judge in the 1966 elec- to hear officials take their
before the court in which he
requested that county tax as-
sessor Willie Bean work with
governor of Division 10, Texas- all other taxing authorities
Oklahoma District, will offi- within the county in order to
.... <u>4nL1iciU nn n^niilekln tn vin>f
iciate at the installation cere-
! monies, at which all other 1967
officers will be installed.
to study the downtown parking Jan' l4 toassist the local March’ Djftl Ifl DcilmS
problem. Earl Wayne Nerren of Dimes drive, according to,
is chairman with Marion Al-Henry M. Doneison, president, j Funeral services for Mrs.
mond and McCarney assisting. Shriners with their fezes and Josie Griffith, 92, of 5123 Reag-1B1‘^bonnet Calte banquet room,
They are to look into the eur- collection cups willbe posted er, a 30-vear Dallas resident,ignd wil] be a ladies< night af_
rent parking situation in the throughout the business area will be held at 2 p. m., Mondayfair
downtown area and propose during the day. Two parade in Restland Funeral Home’s " _ T r
possible solutions. The commit-]cars used.by the local club Wildwood Chapel in Dallas.;» 0 ' •
tee will report back to the as- members will be in the down- Burial will be in Restland Me- Y™*is as presi t
tion, was sworn into office last oaths.
Saturday, Dec. 31, at a cere-
mony in the District Courtroom
establish an equitable taxing gave the oath of office to Lack
system for county taxes.
At the opening of the meet-
The meeting will be at the >"8- members of the court elec-
ted Thomas B. Burch as county
sociation at the next meeting town area to assist in the cam- morial Park in Dallas.
jclub. Others to be installed in-
Silsbee policemen made 125
arrests during December, ae-
on Tuesday, Feb. 7.
uuu. umcia tv luovanc-u . . .
Mrs. Griffith, a native oi ^de Richard Jones and Vic-1 QriinRC [(*30
Ladonia, Fannin County, died tor Norvell as vice presidents;| Ml MIIIU
in naita« ^aturdav Sho moved Carl Paramore as secretary - (■ ■■ ■ ■* *
isK* "fx” Holiday Inmates
had been affiliated with the Dr. Mays, John Meyers, Glen , f
Methodist Church for 79 years.j^'^Calybourn, Basil Rodgers,
Survivors: Three sons, D. T.
Griffith of Dallas, D. W. Grif-
fith of Monroe, La., and I. B.
Griffith of Silsbee; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Ira Tole of Thalia,
Foard County and Mrs. Charles
Douglass of Amarillo; two sis-
ters, Mrs. Lessie Terry of Dal-
las and Mrs. Caldonia LeBarre
| of Kansas City, Mo.
Hugh Smith and Virgil Cara- A) LfUJSlfV Idll
way as directors.
Perfect attendance awards
will be given to Jones and Rod-
gers, both one year; Norvell,
three years; Perkins, four
years; Meyers and Lester
Landgraf, both five years; Jack
Hedge, 11 years; and Paramore,
who in turn, swore in other re-j
cently elected county officials,
including Commissioner Thom-
____________________________ as B. Burch, Precinct 4, and
judge protem, and had his of-!Commissioner Howard Bar-
ficial’s bond approved. He, in-rington, Precinct 2; District
turn, approved the bond of j Clerk W. L. Selman; County _________ ______„ __________, __
County Judge Lack. Lack ap-jTreasurer Clyde Haynes; and;cording to the monthly report
Justices of the Peace from four'released this week by Police
of the five Justice Precincts in, Chief Grady Tarver,
the jouftty. | of the total, 95 of the cases
County Clerk Clarence Me-‘were disposed of in Corpora-
|Npely was not present at the;tion Court, 11 were dismissed
ceremony, but was sworn into and the remainder still pend-
oflice later.. ] ing. Six of the law violators
A large crowd estimated at, were turned over to the Hardin
Schoolmen Attend ChW Tmer repo,,'rt
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Harp
and children of Springfield, 111.,
visited recently in the home of
his parents, Dr. and Mrs. Rob-
Mr. and Mrs, Huey.Betts of
Toronto, Canada, visited re-
cently in the home of her sis-
ter and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Wray Jr.
and children of New Orleans,
visited during the holidays in
the home of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. L. O. Wray Sr.
Recent guests in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Swarth-
out and family were Mr. and
| Mrs. C. G. Gibbs and Mrs. F. L.
I Swarthout of El Paso; Mr. and
: Mrs. G. C, Montingh of Dais-
I etta and' Mr. and Mrs. Cameron
]Derrington of Wallisville.
Lindon B. Mackey, Chief Route 2, Si'sbee, and the Jtos-Ljjrandfamily attfended^un-
Storckeeper, USN, has been ban.i of the former Patricia H. eral serv^
named Tidewater Sailor of the Haltais of Nashua, N. H. Mother, hi
TIDEWATER SAILOR OF THE MONTH - Chief
Storekeeper Lindon B. Mackey (left) receives an
award plaque from Rear Admiral Reynold D.
Hogle, Fifth Naval District commandant, after Mac-
key was named “Tidewater Sailor of the Month"
in a program which recognizes outstanding com-
munity service by naval personnel serving in the
Lindon B. Mackey Is
Named Sailor of Month
Silsbee Social Notes
By MRS. LEONA WHITMAN EV 5-3731
was born to Mr. and Mrs. Joel Month because of his double now resides with his wife and woodville Saturday
P. Swearingen of Voth Dec. 31. jj|fH «—• • ---- * - < - — “ >
Set For Saturday
Waldo Mathews invitational
basketball tournament will get
under way in the Waldo Math-
ews gym at 1:15 p, m. Satur-
day for the boys. Kirbyville
and Woodville will play the
only game of the first round,
with Silsbee, Kountze a n d mg a 10-acre recreation park to
Cleveland drawing byes. serve Princess Anne Plaza In
In the girls tournament, addition to service as president
Cleveland and Kirbyyille teams of the Plaza Little League,
take the court at 12 noon With Mackey is ^active as treas-
Woodville, Kountze and Silsbee ore* of hu> local PTA, and sec-
getting byes: retary of his command’s bowl-
role Of Navy Chief and presi- four children in the 300 block
dent of his local Little League, of I. me berry Road,. Virginia
In his first role, he was Beach, Va.
praised by Commander Cruiser-
Destroyer Flotilla Four for his
work in screening and redis-
tributing nearly a quarter qf a
million dollars in spare parts
taken from ships being deacti-
vated or scraped. Mackey is
assigned to the Cruiser-
Destroyer Force Supply Office
in Norfolk. ’
His community role brought
him a commendation from Rear
Admiral Reynold D, Hogle,
Filth Naval District commsn
dant, for his work in develop-
Home in Houston after a long
ajjfe thedseSmTroimdir»lt!Tidewater Sailor of the" Powell, a retired painter and
2-20 r»P m The Woodville girls, Month award is given to Navy decorator, was a native of Dan-
Cleveland-Kirbyville game at tingulsh th«)M*lVes, in com-m cnance rmep jo yeara.
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Good-
man returned to their home in
Carrolton, Texas, Sunday after
spending the holidays iii the
home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Singletary. They
were accompanied by Mrs.
Jack Gould of Dallas.
Services To Be Held
Mrs. Lela Kelly, 73
Mrs, Lela Kelly, 73. of Rt.
1, Silsbee, died at 1:55 a. m.
Wednesday at Hardin Memor-
ial Hospital in Kountze after
a brief illness.
She was a lifelong resident
of Si'sbee and a member of the
their annual mid-winter con-
ference. Approximately 1500
are expected at the meeting. ’ZvedariYiadTds'otha
wh.ch ends Friday. ! miscellaneous calls.
The keygote speaker is Glenn j . ■. .. . . .. .
Ivy, director of the Governor’s |iaa|i; n r t
Committee on Public School;|^||||0 (>63(1 jClS
the period Dec. 29 through Jan.
4 included three for shooting
from a public road, four for
disturbing the peace, two for
misdemeanor driving while in-
toxicated, one for removing
mortgaged property from the
county, one for forgery andjEducation
passing, one ^0r ^Ll^Several special meetings arf (#LaiJiiIa
SJJr- schedule For
_ ‘ federal aid to schools in areas.
Law enforcement officers re-;wjiere federal installations are
ported no major traffic acci- i0Catecl
New5Year’s6hohdav peS £ Don L. Hough, Asms!
though several one"and two car ant Supt BruGe Watts’ H*8hi Most citizens of Hardin Coun-
accidents occurred some with Sch°o1 Principal Weeks Craw- ty received their 1966 tax state-
acciaenis occurred, some wl^ fordi all of Siisbce. Supt. K. C. ments last week from Willie
Nash and High School Princi- Bean. Included with the state-
pal Bert Fling, tyoth of Eva- ment was an announcement of
dale, are among area schoolmen the dates and times Bean will
heavy vehicle damage.
Sent To Viet Nam
To Meet Tuesday
and Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Hut-
to attended the Cotton Bowl
Football game in Dallas Satur-
Weekend guests in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Harris
were Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Quave
and son, Mr. and Mrs. Ken-
neth Winsor of Clute; Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Harris Jr. and chil-
dren of Dayton.
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Cawley
and children of Arlington visi-
ted over the weekend in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
Cawley. Saturday the group
visited in Port Neches in the
home of Mr and Mrs. Gene
Bunce and attended the wed-
ding of Miss Barbara Ann Da-
vis and Thomas Stanley in Cen-
Final Riles Held
Here Monday For
Herbert A. Powell
Funeral services for Herbert
A, Powell, 84, of Chance-Loeb
were held at 2 p. m. Monday in
Farmer Funeral Home in Sils-
bee with Rev. Miller of, the
First Christ ian»Church in Hous-
ton officiating. Burial was in
Resthaven Cemetery in Sils-
Powell filed at 8 a. m. Satur-
day at the Golden-Age Nursing tral Baptist Church in Port
Mrs. P. L. Woodward attend
ed funefal services for her bro-
ther, H. L. Chapman, in Timp-
son on Dec. 28, Chapman died
He Dec. 26 of a heart attack in his
Finals for the girls munity service. The* award in-j-WM a member of the Episcopal jj^gfe in Angleton.
_ t _, • —1 ' PhllPPn UfilAtr V on Demtt
joined Art League Sets
overseas in General Meeting
aboard the There will be a general meet-
Jersey. He ing of all members of the Siis-
storekeeper bee Art League Jan. 12 at 7:3® aboard
is. in the Silsbee, Public W-
Wiley Ken Brown telephor
his parents, Mr. and
Army Staff Sergeant Trank-
lin .C. Self, whose parents, Mr.1 The Parent-Teacher Associ-
ate Mrs. John ' D. Self, and a tion of the Chance-Loeb
wife Emma, live on Star school will meet Jan. 10 at 7:30
wn»vl?toute’ Silsbee, was assigned as p. m, in the school.
VFWAuxUiaryand the W.leyH supervisor Dec. 15 in Mrs Jim stinson wil,
port Company, 610th Mainten- Mde over tht‘ business meeting
ance Battalion, Phu Loi, Viet- j Walter Baer, fire marshal of
nam. the Chance-Loeb Volunteer Fire
Sgt. Self entered the Army in j Department, will introduce the
November 1948 and was previ-'guest speaker, Don O'Dell of
ously assigned to the 56th Ar-j Beaumont, whose topic will be
tillery in Germany. V'Fire Hazards in the Home.”
Mae Pentecostal Church.
Funeral rites will be at 2 p.
m. Thursday in Wiley Mae
„ II _ .... Church, with Rev. W. A. Rash
Mr. ano^ Mrs. JRoy Martin au pa3jor] officiating. Assisting
will be Rev. E. E. Csstilaw of
Kountze. Burial will be in the
Cunningham Cemetery under
the direction of Farmer Funer-
Pallbearers will be grand-
sons R. L., Wilbur Earl and Jer-
ry Gore, Clayton Mclnnis, Er-
nest Corrigan, Bill Jannise.
Larry Day and Winston Gillis
Surviving are a daughter,
Mrs. J. C. Hurst of Silsbee: six
sons. Van, J. N., Robert lari,
Lester and Cleo Gore, all of
Silsbee, and Willard Gore of
DeQuincy, La.; four stepsons,
Bruce, Billy Mack and : Jack
Kelly, all of Houston, and EaH
Kelly of Orange; four sisters,
Mrs. O. T. Ladawick of Beau-
mont, and Mrs. Maggie Medal-
lion, Mrs. Lester Caraway and
Mrs. George Crawford, all, of
Silsbee; a brother, John
Cunningham of Port Arthur;
14 grandchildren and 13 great-
The body will be at Mrs
until time for
via Panama Xanal
visiting in the home
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J.1
ley. and with his wife.
Ray Marshall, si
to Fort Polk,
d£! the er
an- were 1
LOSE TO JASPER 53-45
Tiger (agers Entertain
Bridne City On Friday
A fourth quarter rally by the
Silsbee Tiger cagers at Jasper
Tuesday night proved too lit'
tic too late as the Tigers came
out on. the short end of the 53-
45 District 9-AAA match.
Silsbee top scoring ace, Dan
L ny Bass, again took high point
‘ honors for the game with “
Ricky Reeder and
Yates were top men
Bulldogs with 18 and 10
be in towns of the county to
Cane}' Head—Jan 3 from 9
a. m. until Noon, Bean's Store.
Village Mills—Jan. 3 from 2
until 4 P m. at Gardner's Store.
Batson—All day Wednesday,
Jan. 4, at Smith’s Garage.
Saratoga—All day Thursday,
Jan. 5, at Teel’s Garage.
. Gray burg—Jan. 6, from 10
a. m. until Noon, Town Hall.
Sour Lake — All day Tues-
day, Jan. It), at White-Luce In-
Sour Lake—All day Wednes-
day, Jan. 11, at White-Luce In-
Loeb—Jan. 12, from 9 a. m.
until 12 Noon at Burge’s Gro-
cery. .. /Y/v.''
Loeb—Jan, 12, from 1:30 un-
til 4:30 p. m. at Jeffcoat's Gro-
Chance—Jan. 13, from 1 un-
til 4 p. m. at Milner’s Grocery.
Thicket — Jan. 17, from 9
a. m. until 12 Noon, at Post Of-
Votaw—Jan. 17 from 1 until
4 p m. at Collins’ Grocery.
Silsbee—All day Wednesday,
Drunks led the parade of ^ Jl||!H|||||d| AIICIIU trips to the county jail in
holiday, visitors at the county] ■ Kountze were made by city
jail, according to the weekly Ann||«| lifJ II/Sm4av vehicles during the month, to
report from office deputy Cur-;|)|||IUdl Plill1”VTIlllvl carry prisoners. The two citv>-x
tis Davis. a m m | police ears„drove a total of 1 u-
Seven persons reportedly] A iicHn (AnTCIFAIIFA 742 mhos during December,
drunk and disorderly were; WU#IIII VVillwIvlikV 560 outside the city limits,-
housed at the Hardin County] A number of area srhoo] adJ I» add‘tion to the 125 arrests
lockup for overnight stays. j ministrators left Wednesday police issued 146 parking
Others held at the jail for ,norning Jor leTdde^
destroyed 11 dogs, escorted six
funerals, escorted five houses
Last Thursday night in Vi- ________^
dor, the Tigers held off a final Jam lll' at the City Hall,
quarter rally by the Vidor Pi- *
rates to win a non-district con-
Silsbee — All day Thursday,
Jan. 19, at the City Hall.
Honey Island—Jan. 20, from
pointers in that game with 18
and 15 points, respectively.
The Tigers held a comfort-
were high 1 until 1 p. m. fit Orand’s Store.
markers. Teammate Eugene able 28-18 lead at halftime.
Pattillo backed h,im up with 14 but saw the margin dwindle in
the final periods
cagers cooled at
were top men for the Vidor outpointed Silsbee
are now 1-1
the third quarter and 17-12
is now 11-9 for
; at 7:30, the. Tig-
i Silsbee gym
at 50 a,
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