Austin American-Statesman from Austin, Texas on March 27, 1953 · 17
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Austin American-Statesman from Austin, Texas · 17

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STATE'S BIG MONEY BILL IS SENT TO CONFERENCE By United Prese A Senate-House conference committee Friday began efforts to iron out differences of more than $6 million in a general appropriations bill and speed it to final passage. The $166 million measure which would cover state expenses the next two years was sent to the committee Thursday when the House refused to go along with the Senate version. The Senate-approved bill, calling for expenditures of more than $6 million above a similar bill passed by the House, would include pay increases for state employes and college teachers. Members of both chambers quit until Monday after sending the money bill to the conference committee. Baker Says No Ammo Shortage Earlier a joint session heard an address by Col. Royal N. Baker of McKinney, the world's leading jet ace. Baker told the legislature United o Sat. Morn. 9:30 o MICKY MOUSE'S BIRTHDAY 25 o i SPECIAL LAUGH ATTRACTION!, A V A FEATURE-LENGTH Package of the BEST in Cartoon Fun ! fj Nations aircraft have superiority? over the Communists "any place in Korea." He said the Air Force has enough ammunition and "we gladly give It to the MIGs and the Communists." Baker, who returned home this week after downing 12 MIGs in less than a year, said the United States1 F-86 Sabrejet is superior to the Reds' MIG-15. before the House adjourned Thursday, it gave final approval to a bill regulating "speed traps" in small cities located in metropolitan counties, while the Senate passed and sent to Gov. Allan Shivers a bill' sponsors said would afford tax relief to theater owners. The anti-speed trap measure would authorize the state highway department to make surveys of speed signs and signals in towns under 2,500 population located in counties with more than 250,000 residents. It was introduced by Vernon Smith of Fort Worth. The present state tax begins at 51 cents on theater admissions, and is levied at a 10 per cent rate. The measure passed by the Senate Thursday would set the tax at three cents on admissions between 81 cents and 90 cents; five cents on admissions between 91 cents and one dollar, and after that an additional penny on each additional 10 cents or fraction. Lawmakers were urged by the Austin branch of the American Society of Civil Engineers, to enact legislation designed to curb pollution of Texas streams. E. W. Steel, member of the Austin group, said unless pollution is curbed, industrialization must stop in some areas of the state or a system of re-use of water must be introduced. Such a system, he said, has been in effect on the Ruhr River in Germany, and has had no bad effects on the health of the water consumers. However, he said the process of re-use is expensive and can be avoided if Texas streams, such as the West Fork of the Trinity, are cleared up. He said Dallas has been unable to tap the Trinity because of its "present notoriously polluted condition." POPPIES UNCOVERED MEXICO CITY, March 27 (Jf-Opium poppies have been found growing in Coahuila state across the border from Eagle Pass, Texas the Defense Ministry reported Thursday. The illegal plantings had been confined to northwestern border states. 2 GREAT HITS FIRST SHOW STARTS AT 7:10 'MAM WtSTMINOi VOU IHi MOT- w wfmm KtKM. M ROMANO mU m uxniMiNW v I M fV ... MffMftwt imroot-toft moo jtmmm 7 m ' " TODAY THRU SATURDAY III! I ,5S Rf3? JANE GREER jgV toCONSIDINE FIRST SHOW STARTS 7:10 2 GREAT HITS THE INSIDE STORY OF A Prairlefire Who m . Loved Her Work I I ADDED: COLOR CARTOON GREG SCOTT DANCE STUDIO NEW PUPIL PRIVATE DANCE LESSONS SPECIAL Private Lessons 14'5 322 Ou.d.lup. Phone 2-5629 Abov. Tu Thntw i BOX OFFICE OPENS 11:45 1ENNIFER JONES CHARITM HESTON MALDEN - ALSO PRIDE OF THE WEST HOPALONG CASSIDT HEGMAN'S RITZ NOW 1st Show 1:30 FIRST TIME IN TOWN JOHNNY MACK BROWN LEE ROBERTS in "CANYON AMBUSH Smashing Cowboy Action! Plus More Thrills with "SON OF GERONIMO" Also Cartoon and Act FRIDAY & SATURDAY, March 27 - 28 CITY COLISEUM 7:30 P. M. ALL SEATS FREE! FILMED t I P 1 1 II PT TUT Dininnniiiin HUHinoi iiu DMununuunu OF THE WORLD'S MOST FABULOUS CITY.... M HOUSTON, t, 4 !Vfnppri IH BtATH. THE GRIPPING STORY OF ONE MAN'S EXPERIENCE WITH HIS GOD! - .11 lit i timing COLLEEN TO WN SEN PAUL POWER ROBERT CLARKE GEORGIA LEE RALPH WARD and the stirs of "Mr. Tens," h.Ai If..... ..J f.A UML. ' rcui njijJti inn umij nimci , X dmtlD TKlHt; COLOR mmm THEATRES BOX OFFICE OPENS 6 P. M. FIRST SHOW STARTS 7:00 P. M. 6ABRIU PASCAL prtwntj BERNARD SHAW'S "ANDROCLES aiuTHE JUON" JEAN SIMMONS. VICTOR MATURE ROBERT NEWfON MAURICE EVANS ndAUN YOUNG is Andfoclu . ALSO The ATOMIC CITY W HC MM ITW GLAMC HOWtt M0CM m m mm T" i mm ALSO MARIE WILSON RICHARD ROBER Baxter - Robertson - Hopkins ALSO A Ccnhrnr-FoN m KM IMS Mm PETERS -J0URDAN- PAGET 371 f 1 -ALso- "Tt9 gj William 'k ?-&jJ 1 1 hi i I KOW! PLUS! TOM A JERRY CARTOON zr,mvTsM is hit, tefana Belle 1 1 ? GEORGE BRENT A .Hh SCOTT BRADY FORREST TUCKER ANDY DEVINE J FIRST SHOW 11:25 i by V- aiMAN 1 : Directed I Gregory PECK n.!Le- WILLIAM A. WELLMAN W BAXTtR Produced Richard WIDMARK by LAMAR TROTTI WL? 3 Scmnplay by lamw Trolll - ',1 Biuit on t itory b Af ClKTUtV.fOI FIRST SHOW 6:00 Friday, March 27, 1953 o THE AUSTIN STATESMAN, AUSTIN, TEXAS Page 17 o O O O 3S) Saturday Night 11:30 P.M. ALL SEATS 60c Ethel MERMAN. Donald O'CONNOR VERA ELLEN , George SANDERS REGULAR PRICES! 1 UHU"l T 3 S- -Sv x o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o A ... q SROOKS traST ''Richard BROOKS : Pandro TbERMAH Doors Open 11:45 A. M. He blazed a trail in buck skin across his beloved Southland from New Orleans to Horseshoe Bend... from the raging Cherokees to the rampant Seminoles... then Andrew Jackson returned to fight for the honor of the woman he loved! .. ...tAtHWI IP ..-Sv,".. ...w first stone, and the next...and the nextU the! RfflSDEOrS UK 0 - m ikvrw Far iHrra . Mmu com ut htz gum mtwr wni imunn . annus mku Plus! MICKEY MOUSE & PLUTO LATE CARTOON "Simple Things" NEWS nrs STARTS TODAY! llV Thrilling behind-the-lines love story from fl y. the producers of "Battleground." B0GAlAtLYS0N I KFFNAM ' UrtotBT III I WYNN-KEITH N yiK t(c III "4 a JOE McDOAKES I - I arn T dance" 4-Ir THI)RSJ CARTOON NEWS 1 rf I mtMIHTf Jj A RETUR.V ENGAGEMENT FIRST SHOW 2 P. M. VAN HEFLIN-SUSAN HAYWARD' A UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL RELEASE PLUS as added attractive TWO ACADEMY AWARD WINNING SHORTS' Walt Disney's "WATER BIRDS" "Pink and Blue Blues" . MR. MAGOO CARTOON at FIRST SHOW 6 P. M.

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