The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 9, 1954 · Page 6
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 6

Baytown, Texas
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Saturday, January 9, 1954
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!> : :— THE BAYTOWN SUN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 9. 1954 BIG BEN BOLT ~ —by John Culta ...JUST LOCKING AT THE SWAN, WHAT VOU DOINS UP AND AROUVD AT THIS HOUR? LITTLE LULU TU3, MOTHER TOO? ME TO INVITE YOU TO DINNB? TONIGHT... ANC? B?..-PLEASE SKINS ALONG VOUE <?00S> BUZ SAWYER —by Roy Crane E/SSER BEAVER, THIS IS BLUE POINT. LOOK SHARP. 1 i/fO'S AK CONVERGING OWYOU FRO/A 3EHINP. YOU SHOULP HAYc : VIS UAL'CONTACT. OVER. GREAT SCOTT, 'OUST OFF OUR WINS. ON THIS SIDE, SAWYER. LOOK : OUT YOU!? SECRET AGENT X-9 —by Mel Graft $& IS, SHE POESN'T ' nSnniKLY WE-A POUCE OBVIOUSLY ggcoRp.-vgri ! &M4LLWE SEAL OUR DEAL WITH KISS, JUPY? ALL FORMS OP INSURANCE fHONE 2912 or M74 PRWTT MIILDIN* ELLA CINDERS —by Charlie Plumb and Fred Fox 'JUST- A /MINUTE ' IF THIS 15 A POLICE CAK, WHY POH'T YOU TAKE U$ POWN TO THE PRECINCT STATION ./ANP NY IN5TEUCT10N5> NO- UUST IF WE TOOK YOU THEPE/ THEVP BOOK US! GOP$ PDN'T UKE PEOPLE WHO IMPERSONATE BEETLE BAILEY —by Willard >OU SUVS SHOULD HAVE JOINED A GOOD OUTFIT IT MUST HAVE BEEN TEMPORARV .DO XXJ CALL IT ^ LIFE?/ DID you JOIN UP? THIS ARMy LIFE REALLY GETS ME DOWN/ SWOOSH BARNEY GOOGLE AND SNUFFY SMITH —by Fred Lasswell FIVE TH'FEATHER MERCHANTS ^> DOLLERS IS .SO TICKLED ftBOUT "^ <?<? TH'COMIN'HOOTIN'HOLLER ^ •" '• • ' ' j*J MULE RACE. SNUFFY. THEY'RE ^^" ' ^ PUTTIN 1 UP FIVE DOLLERS DO V£ RECKON I CAN PftSS PER ft MULE, LEETLE JUGHftID ?• SHORE!! VE ALWAYS COULD!! MOON MULLINS —by Mort Walker 7 ^0\' X/^/< *$&&• "" •<T^rWji .£** • .HA! I'M JUST DYING TO SEE HOW MUCH HE'S 50 THAT'S WHERE HE'S ' BEEN •• CURLEY KAYOE THERE HE GOES' I'M GLAD I THOUGHT TO POT SOME MONEY HIS POCKET.' —by Sam Lett "POOR I SOUL- HE LOST HIS MIND.' > YEAH! CURLY LOOKS INQUSH LIKE HIS FATHER USED TO TO MAKE DUKE POWPY RELIVE HIS LIFE.' I GUESS V IT'S TOO BAD/ BUT HE 1 THE DUKE < HAS SUFFERED.FOR 20 NEVER KNEW WEARS TO PAY THE PRICE THAT YOUR FOR A MOMENT'S "SUPERMAN" —by Woyne Boring HE'S SUPPOSED TO BE IMMUNE TO FIRE . BUT 1 SANV MIS HAIR AND HIS CAPE BLAZE UP PLAIN AS DAY.' AFTER ALL/ \ IT.SOUNDS' PEOPLE HAVE ) PLAU5IBLE/ BUT SEEN ME GO < NOT ENOUGH THROUGH FIREATO KEEP ME MANY TIMES ) FROM TRYING BEFORE. ,/TO FIND OUT ' WHAT HE'S ^WORKINQ SO HARD TO .. COVER UP// GREAT CAESAR'S DON'T BE ALARMED, FOLK5. IT'S ONLY THIS DUM-MY I TOO K. FROM THE FRONT OF THE THEATER THAT'S BURNING MY OWN IDEA TO SPICE THE ACT.' GOT TO GET THOSE FLAMES OUT AND 1 SAVE SUPERMAN.' POGO AND HIS PALS PIP you AN* v l WNSP HIM CHURCHY 8«N TAUOW'TOtUN HgflW-.BUTWM.-LOM A«3N6Y».AN'ISAY5 BUT THINK OF TH6 TUeNOVH?.. TOO? UKE ACUPOF60CC HOT COPP66 AN'A NEWMAN BUT CAN'T WHO A cotp PAY- —by Walt Kelley DAILY CROSSWO.RD HLflUU ACROSS . 1. Smoke and" fog (colloq.) 5. Fellow 9. Cubic meter 10. Sharpens, as a razor . 12. Shell for ice cream 13. Master fobs.) 14. Polynesian drink 15. Bishop of Ron* 16. Twice <pr«nx) IT. M«ndieant 19. Scmtiniza «. Blundort J2. Vocal .sound 83. Co-discoT, «r of radium K. Sm»« 2. Collection -wild - .. , animals 3. Metallic rock 4. Earth as a goddess 5. Cut finely €. Dwelling with its land 7. Keel-billed cuckoo 8. Hanging ornament >. Crust on a wound 11. Fish net* 13, June-bug* 15. Cut oil the skin. ' of . 18. Sandiest 20. Kept on 23. Covered 24. Native of , Umbria 25. Lairs 27. Winged insects 30. Small aper- ! tures 31. Female sheep uaaa u nan aa aasnaa . aacm aa naata saoa aaaa aaaa aaaa Amnet 34. Prohibi- • tionists (colloq.) 37. Perish 38. Performed 40. Note of the scalt W. Leave out 27. Thrash 28. Incite 29. A salad green i 32. Terbium \ (abbr.) 33. March date 35. Fresh 36. Large sea ducks" 38. Sand hill 39. Flower 40. Legislative •'• bodies (Eur.) 41. Seines , 42. Excess of chances DOWN 1. Cooking range n ze. 41 VI ^^ 5 t 40 [-1 ROOM AND BOARD By Gene Ahern ? WELL, WE DON7 HAVE TO V/ORRV NOW ABOUT "FOGHORN CARRYING DELIA AWAY AS HIS BRIDE/- --SHE TOLD ME'SHE'LL - 'LET HIM TAKE HER TO THE MOVIES ANY TIME--BUT IF HE PROPOSES AND ASKS FOR. HER HAND, SHE'LL TELL HIAA IT WOULD ONLY BE TO HELP PULL HIM UP OUT OF A DITCH/ I'VE REACHED A DECISION- — THAT SPONGING BOUNDER 'MUST LEAVE RUFFLE TOWERS, AND I MEAN RIGHT SOON / TRY SUN CLASSIFIED ADS WHY PAY MORE? BRAND NEW 1954 FORDS &PLYMOUTHS MANFG. CERT. & SERVICE POLICY 1745 DAHHUTCHiNS TINY TRAYLOR MOTOR CO. MOTOR CO. 7158 7158 AT CIRCLE BAYTOWN Protestant View Expressed AUSTIN, Jail. 9—UP—A resolution of the Texas Council of Churches urged Protestants in the state to. accept whatever, decision on school segregation is handed down by the U. S. Supreme Court. Dr. R.'F. Curl, San Antonio, was elected president Friday of the organization which represents 11 denominations, and San Antonio was picked for next year's meeting. Publisher May Enter Race OKLAHOMA CITY, Jan. 9—UPA veteran Oklahoma newspaperman, publisher R. P- (Bob) Matthews of Sapulpa, said Saturday he might run for governor as an outgrowth of his differences with Gov. Johnston Murray over, toll roads. Matthews, fired from the turnpike authority last fall by Murray, said he expected to make a firm decision and announcement before the Jan. 26 turnpike referendum. Charter No. 14101 Reserve District No. 11 REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of Bmytown in the State of Texas, at the close of business on December 81, 1953, published in.-response to call made by Comptroller ol the Currency, under Section 5211, U. S. Revised Statute*. ASSETS 1. Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balance, and cash items in process of collection $1,567,188.28 2. United States Government obligations direct and guaranteed 2,246,328.00 3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions 301,751.<9 5. Corporate stocks (including $6,300.00 stock of Federal Reserve bank) 6,300.00 S. Ix>ans and discounts (Including $4,340.64 overdrafts)... 1,273,470.84 7. Bank premises owned $149,000.00, furniture and fixtures $33,522.13 182,522.13 8. Real estate owned other than bank premises 3.00 11. Other assets 464.87 12. TOTAL ASSETS $5,578,028.61 LIABILITIES 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations $4,198,034.07 14. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 709,551.52 15. Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) ••• 39,766.15 16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 233,231.53 17. Deposits of banks 13,760.80 18 Other deposits (certified and cashier's checks, etc.) 73,681.21 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS ....$5,26802528 23. Other- liabilities •• 22,508.25 24. TOTAL LIABILITIES ..$5,290,533.53 25. Capital Stock: (c) Common stock, total par $150,00000 150,000.00 28. Surplus 63,000.00 27. Undivided profits : 69,495.08 2S Reserves (and retirement account for preferred stock) 5.000.00 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ...;... 287,495.08 30... TOTAL LIABILITIES & CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ..$5,578,028.61 MEMORANDA 31. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes 498,000.00 I, Charles H. Fuller, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. CHARLES H. FULLER, Cashier CORRECT^- ATTEST: W. T. Busch, James Harrop, John M. Kjlgore, Directors. (Seal) STATE OF-TEXAS, COUNTY OF HARRIS, ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 7th day of January, 1954, and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank. BILLIE JEAN GOING, Notary Public, Harris County, Texas. My commission expires June, 1955 Charter No. 1680 BANK'S OFFICIAL STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL CONDITION of the PEOPLES STATE BANK at Baytown, Texas, at the close of business on toe 31 day of December, 1953, pursuant to call mode by the Banking Commissioner of Texas in accordance with the Banking Laws of this State. RESOURCES 1. Loans and discounts, including overdrafts $881,306.37 2. United States Government Obligations, direct and guaranteed , 1,115,280 64 3. Obligations of states and political subdivisions 172,893.58 4. Other bonds ,notes, and debentures 5,000.00 6. Cash, balance due from other banks, including reserve balances, and cash items in process of collection (including exchanges for clearing house) .. 1,018,427.17 7. Banking house, or leasehold improvements 6,500.00 8. Furniture, fixtures, and equipment 2,000.00 10. Other assets •• 1,837.25 11. TOTAL RESOURCES $3,203.245.01 LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 1. Common Capital Stock $ 50,000.00 3. Surplus: Certified $50,000.00 50,000.00 4. Undivided profits - 90,000.00 5. Capital reserves 'and debenture retirement account),. 8,311.50 6. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 2,547,485.29 7. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corpo- ' rations 331,693.81 8. Public funds .(Incl. U. S. Govt., states and political subdivisions • 9I -'* 1 * 32 10. Other deposits (certified & cashier's checks, etc.) 34,340.09 11. Total all depbsits S3.004.933.51 14 TOTAL LI ABILITIES and CAPITAL ACCOUNTS.. $3,203,245.01 STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF HARRIS I, Perry W. Britton being Vice-President of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the foregoing statement of condition is true to the br/.t of my knowledge and bolief. PERRY W. BRITTON Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day of January, 1964. (Seal) •..-.„• KAZEL C. MALLORY Notary Public, Harris County, Texa*. CORRECT—ATTEST: W. C.' •Bri't'r", W. f T>"r'««f.-'«, ,T. O Casoy, Director*

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