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PAGE 2 — ,• THE BAYTOWN SUN, SATURDAY. JANUARY ?, 1954 Japanese Economists' Predict By RUTHERFORD POATS United Prasw Staff Correspondent • : TOKYO, Jan. 9 — HP — The neon-tinted bubble of Japanese '•prosperity may burst in the first •half of 1954, qualified , Japanese and foreign economists warned. These observers, who asked that they not 'be identified, predicted & major economic crisis here unless the Japanese government takes drastic measures. Government -officials, including Prime Minister Shigeru Yos!!ida and the Bank of Japan governor, Hisnto Ichimada. discount the pos- 'sibiiitv of a business collapse and loaned that a rlaim' thi. financial situation is crash could result from any tin- pan as the critical new year begins are that its exports are not expanding and its import needs will be higher than ever in 1954. The rice crop failures will force importation of about 1,500,000 tons of grains early this year, the government has indicated. This un- expec?'-?d rirain on foreign exchange w-iii offset .the savings _ of the most austere import-limitation policy. The prospect for Japan's purely domestic economy is no brighter. Many foreign economists believe the Japanese banks are so over- complete financial claim the financial being kept under-control. foreseen shock. Japanese generally analysis as foreign eeo- .Hl~ -tV^Ml. U4.V.H.4 *.-.<•.••.•.- ***., t - A.lf quarters agree, however, that dismiss the foreign Japan's economy will be too shaky overly cautious, and .-.- in*/ !.„ na^mit- Tnnnn<=<w» Tf- uomic observers • ad mit that Japan in 1954 to permit Japanese r armament at the pace desired by the United States. The economic danger signals already are obvious to all. Inflation has eaten away 10 per cent of the value of the yen in the past eight months, and the inflationary spiral is picking up speed. Despite the need for . checking this trend, the government bowed to pressure and granted blanket wage increases and large year-end 'bonuses to government emploj'es "in December, setting a free-spend- "ing example that all business concerns .felt impelled to follow. '•"Serious storm and flood damage •'to the rice crop, plus exaggeration "of the extent of: the crop loss, "boosted the price of this staple last ' fall and carried all prices upward. To meet the inflationary threat, : tbe .government promises a bal- ^anced budget for the fiscal year . beginning'-nest; April and tightening controls omSarik loans. At .the same time, however, there is 'official talk. of .tax 'reductions. V; -Inflation..is-'eating-away at Ja- "IN THE FAR EAST ... WE ARE PREPARED TO MEET ANY RENEWAL OF ASGRKSION IN KOREA." THIS WILL BE PROMOTED BY THE EUROPEAN DEFENSE COMMUNITY WHICH OFFERS ASSURANCE OF EUROPEAN SECURITY." •WE SHALL MAINTAIN INDEFINITELY OUR BASES IN OKINAWA." WASHINGTON Or rv WE SHALL ... CONTINUE MILITARY AND ECONOMIC TO THE NATIONALIST GOVERNMENT OF CHINA." "IN SOUTH ASIA. PROFOUND CHANGES ARE TAKING PLACE IN FREE NATIONS WHICH ARE DEMONSTRATING ... ABILITY TO PROGRESS THROUGH DEMOCRATIC METHODS. THEY PROVIDE AN INSPIRING CONTRAST TO THE DICTATORIAL METH. ODS OF EVENTS IN COMMUNIST CHINA." "I SHALL ASK CONGRESS TO AUTHORIZE CONTINUED MATERIAL ASSISTANCE . . . IN INDO-CHINA." • has- succeeded before in defying westsrn laws of economics. Ex-University Of Texas Students Planning Banquet Baytown ex-students of the Uni- X'ersity of Texas are invited to attend 1 a meeting at 1:30 p.m. Thursday in the directors' room of Harris Count}' Federal Savings and Loan Association.-' Purpose of the meeting is to . draft organ i za tional plans for the teresiin" to speculate where it will screen -- •--.--- c c - . -f _ _ . ~~ ™~* "IN THE MIDDLE EAST,... WE WILL SHOW SYMPATHETIC AND IMPARTIAL FRIENDSHIP." "IN THE WORLD AS A WHOLE... THE UNITED NATIONS DESERVES' OUR CONTINUED FIRM SUPPORT. "MILITARY ASSISTANCE MUST BE CONTINUED. TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE MUST BE MAINTAINED. ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE CAN BE REDUCED." "IN THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE A'E SHALL CONTINUE-TO DEVELOP HARMONIOUS' AND MUTUALLY BENEFICIAL CO-OPERATION WITH OUR NEIGHBORS." . . '-' Metallurgy ;£0iirse Slated Michigan Prof to Teach Humble Men 'STATE OF THE UNION 1 SPREADS OVER THE WORLD j-' Quoted excerpts from President Eisenhower's state of the union message to Congress take you clear around the world. j '• — — • TV To Escape Vacuum Tubes -De Forest Wreck- Inventor Discusses Color TV Possibilities By DELOS SMITH tant, is the public's indifference to United Press Science Editor the projection idea, and he sur- NEW YORK Jan 9 (IB—Now mised that this indifference is due that color television is here, it is in- to the nature of .the present day annual March 2 Texas Ex banquet. Preliminary work has been done by an impromptu committee including' Jack Strickler, Bruce j t ; s . going to release TV from its Ramsey, Douglas Stewart and Al vacuum box. Dr. 'Lee"'Be Forest, now -80 years old and often called the ."'father of radio" because of his invention of the audio tube, believes Melinger , . . will be appointed to ^ ers ^ the large cathode- Most home walls are. not light enough to make good screens, he said. Roll-up, portable screens are "psychologically wrong —they always look like, makeshifts." The industry must develop a screen "both esthetic and utilitarian." He suggested a permanently in- wall mirror three by four feet "or larger." Its back could be ' made white when it was used as a TV screen. At other times it would serve as an "art mirror." Or there might be "a beautiful painting' in a frame." • • - It would be painted on closely fitting, narrow slats.. By turning a crank' in the picture frame, the slats would reverse -and form a plain, white surface. But. "there are many other optical, chemical, and'mechanical ways to accom- he spokesmen for mittee urged that -'i^ft< alumni , *iw L>H. Thursday ^capital into modernizing industrial •''production, economists point out. •Bank loans have gone into con- -•struction of hotels, restaurants, of- ";fice buildings and other semirlux- Trial (Continued from FnRe One) It is not really necessary to confine color TV to. this "vacuum chamber," he said after reviewing existing TV color tubes and find- ing none ideal, but to liberate it Vill reuire "ingenuity and im- New Style Branding Irons Blacksmiths Use Old Car Springs OKLAHOMA CITY, Jan. 10 (IP)— The automobile age is leaving its mark on Oklahoma cattle— usually agination unlimited," As a begin-'on'the left hip of each beast. - — suggestions: - The few Oklahoma blacksuJit dazzling needle w ,ho still make cattle bra.t.Ving The crutch of American military N . M , Jencks was president of that nin^he had these suggestions: - The few Oklahoma blacksmiths registry division. He said some brands registered are printable only on a cow's hide when a rancher's, earthly sense of humor gets the best of him. The left side of a cow is branded (Continued from Page One) jumped out, the officers believe. The saddle tanks, carrying 55 gallons of -gasoline each, oh the tractor \vas split open by the crash and spilled gasoline which exploded, they theorized; Robertson Transport Co. winch trucks were brought to the scene to remove the wreckage, but .it was nine hours before the road was cleared. Bridge repair Crews were on the job by daylight, and although it will be - several days before the bridge railing is repaired, the bridge was opened for slow moving traffic at about 9:30 a. m. ' According to Bailey, Vowell was a fairly new driver for the company. He had been employed' about six months and was considered a good driver, Bailey told the officers. Olds said •• he was returning home from work when he saw the fire ahead and realized it was an oil truck so he stopped. A milk truck stopped behind him and Professor -James W. Freeman of the Department of Metallurgical and Chemical Engineering, University 'of Michigan, will present a 2-weeks course in metallurgy at the Baytown Refinery in the Humble Lectures in Engineering series beginning Jan. 11. His class will include 18 members of engineering and mechanical divisions at the refinery and one from geophysics research department in Houston. The course is intended to assist the participants in selecting materials and specifying methods of fabrication which will affect the strength and general usability of the products. It will deal to some extent with the fundamentals of metallurgy, but will emphasize recent developments in processing techniques, particularly in petroleum refining. Educated at the University of Michigan, Professor Freeman was awarded the Ph.D. degree in .metallurgical engineering in 1940- Ho •has been on the-staff of the Engineering Research Institute at the University since 1933, and teaching since 1945, serving as research engineer With the institute and professor in the department of metallurgical and chemical engineer. ing at the University. Freeman served as consultant to the Office of Naval .Research in 19*6 and 1917; has been associated with the Lewis Flight Propulsion Laboratory, National Advisory Committee on Aeronautics at Cleveland, Ohio, since 1947; is a civilian with'the Air Force; and is a member of the Office of Scientific Research and Development, and of the Atomic Energy '• He is recognized for his work in the fields of metallurgy of alloys for use at high temperature -—."-.- — - :,„•;,;;,' rr'-inen *»"(»«> -^aiicneed' "Whs. not'use a.aazzung neeoie who still make cattle Dra.iymg The left s de of a cow is branded UIUCK ""vt"^ •«•=""•« -•"" ~.^ cKoreanu^r effort and U S d"! S.& wa° s&ed " ° g of l^htWead of the cathode ray? irons ,found that the best met& to D y about 85 per cent of cattle while they were discussing the fire, -Korean war eliort and u. b.ae a^.iaavrt was s> 0 nea. «„„„„„ ivhrillinnf- fnponi sas tube ,„.„ „„„,„,. F.™, n vi „„.- cm-input M i==^ rw,, CQ .«M • Tf. „ i^irf. "the driver sudden v came UD from But he over-ruled a rfense forces here is being whittled '•-away by "'windfall ; change balance in the black the j^ wor ding was .past two years. It will not be • •enough this year. 1 The Bank of, Japan predicts a •foreign exchange deficit of more ithan 5200,000,000 this fiscal year, ,. mo j Assume avbrilliant (neon) gas tube use comcs from old car springs motion anea , . , _„„".),.. modulated millions T-,..™ i r n - v,,,,,,,i;r,rr irnnc + aU o j n j s denial of j ars .- a bill ctf particu- which can '-be ,modulated millions of.times per second, focused with tiny concave, mirrors.mounted, ,.ta __ n f . spiraled formation upon a small, the de -^ ni ' rapidly revolving cylinder, or disc, which throws the beam across, the face of a large screen." This can be done "provided only i one-fourth of the shift from last 'year's favorable balance. • : The biggest nightmares for Ja- I MAGIC? I NO! ^ PROFESSIONAL SKILL IS WHAT WE OFFER To Make Tour Watch Run Right ONE-DAY SERVICE Every W»tch Tested on the Watch Master HAND ENGRAVING I TIME SHOP I J102 _wo new motions when the trial opens Monday. Adulated at 6,000,000 He will ask first for a change ot seconc i!" venue, on the basis that an investigation by the Texas Industrial Commission last month makes it impossible to select an unprejudiced jury in Texas. The commission found the MMSWU and two other independent unions were either Communist controlled, domi per • Demand for branding irons in- at'ter a state law requited cattlemen to have a registered though''old car springs there is a shortage who can forge them into irons. 1 A blacksmith can make an : iron in an hour that will last for 15 or 20 years at a cost of S3 or $4. But the price goes up when cattlemen bring in fancy designs such es the outline of Oklahoma—and want every curve of the bounding Red raisers, Crause said. It's a holdover from the old cowboy custom of breaking a horse, to come up on the left side of a cow. cattle are branded when eight weeks old. The usus.lly gets larger as the animal grows—but not always, boy superstition says branded by the light or dark of "I don't know where the belief "But will." o£ elracting crystal leets a,transmitted light beftjn quan titlvely In response to nated or influenced" and were th(j rece | vei j modulated television "lined toRether" through the Com- signa i This beam could then be - oramza- - I lined togemer UUOUKU u»= •^y-i signal Tnis neam coma LUUU u<= munist party and-or front organiza- sprea ^ sequentially over the vlew- tions. ,, , tne screen by a mirror drum or . tal, illustrative and risque, George Crause, head of the agriculture department's brand NEWS screen by a drums, as above of women. •West Texai McTernan said he would also twu Ulujlla> „ „ ask for a new jury panel, since we transverslng first a focusing lens venire of GO was drawn only from Qr system O f lenses." men and did not represent a cross- De Forcst was speculating in the section of the community due to the curren t issue of the technical journal, "Radio and Electronics, whose publisher is Hugo Gcrnsback, a prophet of considerable honor in -the electronic field because he predicted the coming both of radio and televisor; years before most people thought them anything but science-fiction dreams. Gemsback carried DeForest's reasoning one step. further. Peo- In Brief described, JAOESTO MEMORIAL *ci^rr ton« O/»A^ u^»v*j, ^-v Convict "the driver suddenly came up from somewhere, walking toward us," Olds said. Olds is employed by Parker Bros., at a shipyard in Greens Bayou. Two Women Hurt As Car Overturns Two Baytown women are recovering from minor injuries received and turned over in the 1900 block of East Texas avenue Thursday. Mrs. Lucille Chapman of 10 East Francis is suffering from shock, and severe bruises. Mrs. Oleta Baird Holmes, riding with her, has a broken rib and minor lacerations. Mrs. Holmes lives at 118 East Gulf. Mrs. Chapman told Officer H. H Stcclc that she thought a man going to a Stork Stops Darlene Stovell-^00 Mor- " «««» - **» SC °' Mr*- W. M. Hi,l- 21 00 Gulf Hill. West man ' a < at Mangum. 0 HASTY SYRUP AT 900 N. MAIN PURE FLORIDA RIBBON CANE CALL ED HASTY WIENER Airman 1-c and Mrs. Ira Wiener announce the birth of a son, Larry Jay, at San Jacinto Memorial hos- -™ ^^r^V^lctur'esf yet pital. He weighed six pounds, three .^ have cvcn now reached the. ounces. Airman Wiener is present- practi( , a } j im j t j n our direct view ly stationed at Anderson Air base tclovis i on tubes." Therefore, it is "almost certain" that both black and white and color TV sets will some day be based upon projection-type receivers. . . • He' thought many of the tech„„„„„ ...„ „. „.- nical bugs in existing experimental Mrs. Edith Wiener of Chicago, 111. projection tubes had been removed K. Whitson—800 B. Stone—1703 Jones '. E. Pandleton—2012 Sam Bartlett—213 Gresham. Richard Hulsart—Channelview. Robert Lobit. Mrs. P. Road. Governor Withholds Announcement 01CLAHOMA CITY, Jan. 9—UP— Gov. Johnston Murray was to tell top state officials Saturday that he won't make'an announcement concerning his possible U. S. Senate Mama on Guam. .His wife, the former Miss. Betty Fraro, is living with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Fram zt 510 North Whiting while her husband is overseas. The baby's maternal grandmother is COLEMAN : Mr. and Mrs.' Otfc Coleman of Beaumont announce the birth of a son on Jan v 5. He weighed 1 pounds,' three ounces- He has not yet been named. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Hanson of Baytown and Mrs. L. Coleman of Silsbee. His , great-grandmother is Mrs. Betty Moneyhon of Baytown. Try Sun Classified Ads— Dial »80t and others could be. More irnpor- Mrs. Pearce. Mrs. N. S. Gimnick—420 Gresham. Mrs. A. V- Barber—3311 Michigan. Miss Kathleen Robertson—1908 Oregon. candidacy until after the turnpike t , h gnckgr then a pup, to the ,-.)„«*;«», tlrt ; riJ ~);«otaj-f in »>omcm£»n »*•** v . ,*. . , u^,,,, n-ia cision. NOTICE TO ALL OUR CUSTOMERS EFFECTIVE MONDAY, JAN. 11 WE WILL RESUME WASHING AND LUBRICATING CARS IN OUR NEW HUMBLE STATION 32. • • , YOUR PATRONAGE APPRECIATED o WATCH FOR FORMAL OPENING ° ' . .'.'••'. SUHLEY RENFRO, Agent STATION 32 another 3400,000 in federal funds to spend Saturday on hay to help drouth-stricken cattlemen, but state officials said they would continue a shutdown of the program until after.it is reviewed Monday, Swedish Team Opens Tour WEST POINT. N. Y.. Jan. 9—UP team, which will compete against —The 13-man Swedish gymnastic 30 U. S. college squads, begins its two-month tour Saturday against Army. The Swedish group includes William Thorsson, a 1952 Olympic champion. . Checkers more .freedom. DANCE TONIGHT TRI-CITY CLUB GARY KILPATRICK and the YEARLINGS GUESTS of the wife of .Mexico's President Don Adolfo Ruiz Cortines, producer Walt Disney and his wife arrive in Mexico City to attend the premiere of his newest picture, "Peter Pan." Alejandro Buelna (right),, assistant director of the Mexican Tourist bureau, ww on hand to greet the creator of Donald Duck, CfnterssHonai; DANCE TONIGHT HI HAT CLUB HIGHWAY 146 MUSIC. IY DANNY BRAND and HIS CORRAL BUDDIES SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER CHOICE OF DELICIOUS MEATS 3 Vegetables * Salad *'.. Dessert CHILD'S PLATE LISTENING GUIDE 1360 ON YOUR DIAL SATURDAY EVENING 4-58— News Headlines 5:00—1380 Club v 6-00— Sports Briefs and News 6:05 — Dance Time . 7.57— N«w« Headline* 8:00— Gospel Singing jubilee 9-00 — It's Dance Time 10:00— News Headlines 10-03— It's Dance Time U:00-«B» «f MORN)|NO Y:30-Chapel By The Side of the Ro»d. 8-00-Rlver Road Baptist Mission 8°is~La Porte Church of Clirlst 1^30— Central Aasembly at God 5-00— *;hurch:r ol Cnnit 9:15— L&tln Hour 12:00 — Tho Great Scott 2:00 — Hymn Time 2:15— Churcnes of Cnrtst 2:30 — Channelvlew Asutmbly of oo« 3:00— Proudly w« Hall UPU.I Church 4:30— Melody CinB 5. 00 — Newn Headlines 6:00— Sports Review 8'OB — World News Rounrtup 6:15— Reserved For Tou (j-30 — sund.iv KveninR herenid* 7 ioo— Steamboat Jambore* 7-30— Bob Efterly Show 7:.->o— First Bnptlrt Church g:,10— Tt's Dance Time 10:00 — N'ews Summary 10:03— It's Dunce Tlm« 11:00 — Plltn Off MONDAY MORNINS 8:00— Sign On « : 0(V— The Great Scott 7.,in._Wllk(e's W 7:.11_ The Grrat Scott S-2S — Mews Headlines S:.10— The Great Scott 9 '00— Church of Christ 0:1.1— .taun Hour H:JS — The Band Box 11 :40— Local 12:00— News Headlines 12:fl2— Wilkle's Weathercast 12:03— World News Roundup 12:15— The Balles Brothers 12 :«5— Music -In th* Morgan Manner 1:00— Melody .Corner 2 -Oft— News Headlines 2:03— DM Rhythm Show 2:55— News Headllnts 3:00_Don Rhvthm Show ° in jet engines, gas turbines, cherin cal .'industries and steam generav tion; and the diffusion of iron anc aluminum, 'in : iron-aluminum alloys. He is an -active member 01 the American Institute, of Mining and Metallurgical Engineering, tht American Society for Metals, and 'the American Society, for Testinj ' Materials. Dugai Now Senior Chemka! Engineer In Tech Service The promotion of R. E. Dugat to the rank of junior chemical engineer in technical service division at its Baytown Refinery ha.s been announced by Humble Oil and Refining Co. '•..-.' Dugat was awarded the BS degree in chemical -engineering at Rice Institute in 1934 and immediately entered the U. S. Navy. Serving in naval aviation ordnance in the Pacific theater, he advanced to lieutenant, senior grade, before his discharge early in 1946. After his release from the Navy, Dugat was employed in February, 1946, in the technical service division. Initially Dugat worked on technical problems associated with the production of solvents. In recent years he has worked primarily on engineering economics to define optimum operating procedures and to determine the cost of products that might be manufactured by alternate processing techniques. As a senior chemical engineer he will be concerned with econmic studies related to product quality improvemer''. Mr. and Mrs- Dugat live in Baytown at 703 East Humble street. Highlands Firemen Elect W.W.Swick LIVESTOCK lT6Slu6nT W. W. Swick received a unanimous vote for the presidency of Highlands Volunteer • Fire depart- business session of that group held Thursday night at the fire station. FORT-WORTH. Jan. 9 —UP— USDA—Weekly livestock: Cattle: Corn-pared last week's close: Slaughter steers and yearlings 58 lower, cows steady to 50 higher, bulls strong, stocker' and feeders strong. Less than 20 per cent of run. comprised cows. Fed cattle predominated. Week's tops: The members, by sealed ballot- slaugh ter steers and yearlings 22, ing, also elected Alfred Fiournoy vice-president, Edgar Briggs, secretary, and L. G- Caleman, treasurer. For the remaining positions v/ithin the organizatoin the election served only as a primary election. Other ballots will be mailed out for a run-off vote, Contending for seven places yet to be filled are ten men. For Fire Chief the race will be between R. C. Buckner, incumbent, and J. J. Hughes. For first assistant to the chief members will choose between F. L. Conley and J- J- Hughes- The names of J. W. Ellender and L. G. Coleman appear in the run-off for the position of second assistant to the chief. Vying for the position of first captain are J. L. Goodney and C. L. Wilson. In the race for second captain are F. R. Janowski and L. G. Coleman. The third captain will be Grimps and cows 12.50, bulls 14, feeder steer yearlings 18.50. Commercial bulls 13-13.50, cutter and utility bulls 912.50. Medium and good stocker and feeder steers and yearlings 1317.50. Medium and good stocker cows 10-12, inferior 8-9. Calves: Slaughter calves 1 lower, stockers strong. Good and choice killers closed at 15-18.50, few lots to 20-50 early, utility and commercial 10-14, culls 9-10. Medium and choice 18.50 - 19.50, heifers 16.50 and J. W. Ellender. Voting in the run-off election will also 'be by sealed ballots which will be opened and counted on Feb. 4. (Continued from tafre One) wide radio and TV broadcast Sept. 23, 19M. in defense of his "expense fund." • . . . , He told how a Texas admirer haa > L. K. Kelley-321 East election. He indicated to newsmen Nixons , in Was hington and how tne Friday expected heavs '"W^ 1 Nixon daughters, Tricia, 7, and Ju- Csts ml % hi be a factor ln hls de " 5 named it Checkers. How Christian Sciftu? Henls "SCARS OF TFTE PAST CAN BE WIPED OUT" KKCT, 050 KC; Sunday 0:30 a.m. ft. lie. 5 r^g Nixons kept Checkers close- TONIGHT "ALL AMERICAN" "JACK McCALL DESPERADO" DECKER DRIVE IN THEATER SUNDAY THRU MON. NO. 1 JOHN GARFIELD "BODY AND SOUL NO. 2 RANDOLPH SCOTT DINAH SHORE "BELLE OF THE YUKON ENDS TONSTE! LAST DAY "SECRET OUTLAW FLAT" —And— "ROGUES MARCH" SUNDAY—MONDAY JOHN AVAYNE in ." "HONDO" FILMED IN 3D AND COLOR. B A Y Ends Tonight "Seminole" "On Top Of Old Smoky" SUNDAY—MONDAY JAN. 10-11 OX OUB «'I»E SCREEN FREDASTAIRE CYDCHARISSE with •mm MITCHELL Direcled by Pioduceil ty f HENRi KING -NUNNHLLYJOHNSON JOHN WAYNE IN "HONDO" IN 3-D B RUN SON SUNDAY THRU MONDAY TONY CURTIS JOANNE DRU IN II FORBIDDEN" ONLY HER KIND OF WOMAN COULD GIVE HIM HIS KIND OF LOVE! CARTOON * LATEST NEWS EVENTS

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