THE BRAZOSPORT FA GTS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1959 PRIZES ARE STACKING OP Ramon Balcliiff, Traris Wells GETTING EARLY START ON BOOTH dl Shapiro, Ramon Raiclifft, Travis WeHr Band Concert On Program At LakeJaycee Carnival A concert by the Lake Jack-jtion of Don Hood, will presea (on Junior High School Band 1 a program at 7:30 pjn. in down, has been added to the already i town Lake Jackson where the long list of events planned for the Lake Jackson Junior Chamber of Commerce' carnival Saturday.- • The band, under the direc- j carnival will be staged. A series of marches and pep songs will be featured. The carnival "will be in operation Saturday i from-8.ajn. un- Former Angleton Resident Is Dead I HI. II p.m. j On Friday, the carnival hour* are from 6 until 11 p.m. Eight rides will be available, j including a ferris wheel, and | rocket plane. In addition, Jaycees will be operating a num- Funeral services for a former ber of game and concession Angleton resident were held in booths themselves. Construction Houston earlier this week. . work is scheduled to begin this Bishop Marvin Bailey, 58, i evening on the booths, died at 10:45 pjn. FrHay. He Some of the booths will was with Faickney Lumber i house hoop La Toss, darts. f^nmnanv A nfTlotnn until IIA_ __. * Company, Angleton, until he went with a Houston lumber company 12 years ago. He was a member of the Methodist Church and the State Lumberman's Association. Ser- ices were in Settegast Kopf drawing room with Rev. J. Paul Baseball Throw, and Grab Bag. In addition to the band concert,'other special events Saturday include- a bicycle decoration contest Saturday morning, and a display of antique auto* Brown officiating. Burial was durin S the day. in Forest Park Cemetery. . . ..._ Lee, both of Angleton. i Survivors include his wife,! Oma Ruth, and two daughters, i Miss Elizabeth Bailey and Mrs.) Carolyn Gilmore, all of Houston. Ryder Cup Matches Set PALM DESERT, Calif. <UFI>— Teams of British sad American professorial golfers will meet in • the 13th biennial Ryder Cup :Mateh« at the New Eldorado .Country Chib here on Nov. 7-8. POiilbMOUTri, ._ (DPI) — An admiral's *vrif* brought in som* txtra money for ihe family coffers by working as a shipbuilder. Mrs. Elisabeth Unwim earned 70 cents by cutting th* ribbon thai started cianis lowering a 15-ton ship's k.»l into place. Her husband, Admn. John Unwim. said proudly: "FiT* shilling represents th* pitccwork far laying a k«el." increased Demand Seen For "Quality" Lumber •F During the first 3i weexs 01 1339, Oe. nation's lumber indus- •iry riceived orders for, produced and shipped morelumber •'than ia Ae 'tame period last ' pec-wise, Southern Pine -showed by far the greatest percentage increases. Orders and shipments ofSouthernPinedur- Jng the seven and one-half gwnifes were 21% and 20* metier, respectively, than in -1958. :For.aU lumber, increases IiuheselwocategonesweresU percent and 16 percent. E. C. Cues, Fordyce, Ark , president of the Southern Pine Association, cited "an increasingly strong consumer demand for quality lumber," as, a prominent factor in his species' Picture. About 90 percent of Southern Pine designed for home building is shipped dry at the present time. The percentage increases Were reponed in the Aug. 15 issue of the National Lumber Trade Barometer, published by tte'.-Nauonal Lumber Mana' ficuwers Association. Here is * breafcdoK/i of the -NLMA re- POflJ species' by species, with <te percentage increase listed -«ftfirjeaeb« ;-.| <^-dew; AU uthern Pine, 21; uticxi) hardwoods, r, sue; So- ern Pine, Shipments: All lumber, 10; Southern Pine, 20; Western Pine, II; Douglas Fir, seven and Southern hardwoods, six. Production: All lumber, nine- Southern hardwoods, 14; Southern Pine. 13; Western Pine, 11 and Douglas Fir, six. Gates said that during theweek ending Aug. 19, 1959. orders for Southern Pine received by 100 representative mills were nearly 30 percent higher than the weekly average for the last three years. He explained that while production increases lagged a few : percentage points behind sliip- | ments and orders, "that doesn't i mean any shortage. Actually. j our mills are filling orders as I fast as they can. as the close balance between orders and shipments indicates." Gates said' 'we are delighted to see the increasing consumer demand for quality lumber, and rest assured, weareprepared to take care of any foreseeable future demand." He cited U, S. 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Htp.«, hit* * «$• 44 ••wort <ni*w iMirtblMf «m.k h trfr» «t4ort>»t. |R rick, wild colon. -¥' •Ort* f ANFOMMB &ONO Flannel Shirt § •OYS' MACHINI WAUfAMI Polished Conon Siackl Hi •*"• _ BRAZOSPORT FAC*| THURSDAY, 8HPTBMBIJI jo, iCOUT EXECUTIVE GENE l/fcos If, Too He's Been A Boy Scout 40 Years DOROTHY SMITH Facts N*wswrlt*r The Boy Scouts ol America will eetebrat* .their »0th During each of -these worked'»«h the JRed their disaster >«Uef fen« Newman ol Mat .^-^ will observe his '40th year as a Boy Scout. His last 20 years in Scouting j^j^ej has been in a professional ea-'over the pacity. ' - Newman, Scout executive for Brazoria County, likes his job. This becomes apparent to the listener as thif genial, sincere and often humorous man recounts past experiences of his life in scouting. The debut of Hurricane Debra recently brought' to mind several other experiences Newman Han had with th* frivojj. ties of natur*, While icsrving a* district «x- ceutive for 12 counties in and around Austin, he ami bis Scout* asutited the JUd Crow and other sjfencleB -with ev*e- **«*", which he prep*re«, published *>y the. . copies uttiorv. problems ..during flood of the Gene and the Scouts brought faod, luppliei and even helped recover bodies during the dw- asttr, Ht took iurns • nt*n4lnt •Ifht hour vigil* with th» local priests, and remumberis that st en* time the water re»ehs4 the itcond door of th* courthouse. The Newmens w*« living in CUJvetton in 1847, when Gew was assistant executive in tl>« Scouu, He wan roleiswJ from duty (er two weeki, during which tlm* he wan alw chairman of th* American Re4 Gross relief acUvltle*, in order that he might wprk with th* Bed Cross during th* Texa» City diia«t*r in April of that year, When the »xplft«lpn killed 512 p*opi« awl pv«r 2990 to- G*n* and bit wife, Connie, «lia w**th*r«d th* windftorn ef AutUit, 1847, wfcilt to Qtt- «x»pl*te «e*t Tb«a ««» ^^ back to hi? vtgaJuf «w*. Kowsvier, CSBt «uf|Scm HospiUl, turt M APW During ttve twnt ** M» served as wwtsf aafc^y lioataw- tor with tfe# S«d ^niajs, £«o« estimates itaA ive )hf« itHMht st least 4,900 «bjldaw *o wwim. His uouauaily »ctiv* Mf (AM :interrupied An A*T4l, JtlHJU when he suffered * oOLT..ary occlusion, following whic.i 'h* underwent surgery at tlie veteran's Hospital in Housic.i. .if. . , vu^,a «aere h* r«ti«»ed '^otne to iUto OMc r«r -Cent Hw wile, Wue t>lo«J« ,C«wi<, of sc» Wbiie Jj*iOj» Jc of the 130 on tfac Cull Const She the JCMtowfea varied fou/«l wo Uient the h*»viJy istdw in their kiteta* Huotttw to to home ilM ttbat --- -I • •" w nvw.*r> u<j^ WMMIIfH*** jPssfeT MBUl w * foumct; howtne^ MCssv f||J> - 1 - - -•- ami Uft/o Morchanf» SW/MMfNG IS THIS CARRY'S MVOR/Tf Charln Biwielj, ymport, ha» far icvaral months »nd b«U«vw buiinaai eoffi«» first, Although his rout* takw to parta «(.£«;( BroaJ, %Mt 8ec* end, East Br«os, and »oma customers over tha levee alonf the water front, bt aay« he do»» not tarry to watch the boat*. A» Brawsport Faetc "Carrier of the Week", Cbarla *ay* bt i »lr«»dy benefitted in being a better citizen and serving the public. He is the son of Mr, and Mrs. L. W. Daniels, 431 Wwt Eighth, and has two sisters, Phyllis, 10 and Marsha, nine. Charles, 12, attends the Freeport Church of tha Maxaren* regularly as well as the Scout Troop sponsored by the church In on* y«ar h* has attained the rank of second class with five merit badges. Swimming is his favorite summer fun and art and crafU his favorite school subject H* If a seventh grader in Freeport Jv-ior High and Uk«s design bo*t in art. Somedav. he hopes to put his designing talents to work by becoming an electrical engineer. His favorite college is the Bethany, Okla., Nazarene College. Charles has used his route earnings to get ready for school by buying his new clothes for fall. He is also saving up to buy a French horn wh< he desires for persona] uie. He played drums in the ooi band last year but is not n the band this year. Charles likes having his *wn rhinos for little thtngs he wants to buy from time to time, j fog that reason he Diana to CHAXtEi DAMIEU Sticks To Busiatfs keep his route aj long as po»- lible, combining his. hnsinaaj with education and church fa* a full but busy life. CORN STICKS? " DALLAS (UPI) — A la* woman itt«mpl«d lo chase a pair of w«U-adT*z> tii*4 mta's shots. »h» 1«14 • pussitd siwe ei«rk **)•> w*nt*d a "pair of carm sticks." " Sh« and th* dark »gr»»d «h« vantad puppiti."
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