The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on May 26, 1952 · Page 2
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 2

Baytown, Texas
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Monday, May 26, 1952
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fAGE 2- THE BAYTOWN SUN, MONDAY, MAY 26, 1952 ht At Humble Welding Graduates Stock Quotes LITTLE LULU „ Refinery Experts Show Professors finery Saturday to attend a one-« day symposium on distillation operations. The symposium was sponsored by the chcmial engineering educa- Twenty chemical engineering tiosial projects committee of the professors visited the Baytown Re- American Institute of Chemical Engineers. It was the third in a series of "teach the teacher" courses designed to keep college professors abreast of the developments in industry. These courses are presented by veteran technical men who are experts in that particular field of chemical engineering and the professors spend a busy day taking notes and asking rather than an s we ring quest ione. The Humble symposium was taught by Bill Harp and Glenn Wilson of the technical service division and George Atkins of the process engineering: division. Ohio State Pro! To Give Course At From Lee College Get Jobs Quickly At least five graduates oC the welding course at Lee College have passed their tests and gone to work for the Port of Houston. The latest of these was Robert Keigley. Several other students will take their tests soon. The jobs were made possible by Felix Hatchell, Lee College welding 1-- instructor; Jack Navy inspector; and Arnold LaBauve, welding su- Special To The Baytown Sun perintendent for the Port of Hous- Chrysler Corp Airway Elec Alleg Ludlum ............... 37% AlhVCbalmers . American Repub A T and T. .................. 156 Vi Amer Woolens Anaconda Cop Am Cyanide Beth Steel Calvan Oil .................. 7% Calumet and Hec Canada So Oil .............. 12 tt Celotex .......... ---- ........ 18 1 /* Celanese Cessna .................. No Sale Chi Corp Prof. J. A. Gerster of the department of chemical engineering of the University of Delaware Monday began a two-week course in advance distillation theory for a group of Baytown Refinery researchers and engineers. The course is another in a series of lectures in science designed to keep Humbles technical men up to the minute in their professional fields. Gerster was born in Pittsburgh, Penn., and received hisBS.MS and PhD degrees from the Ohio State University, all in chemical engineering. He taught,chemical engineering at Tularce from 1940 to 1344 while working- on. his doctor's regree. In 1S44 he joined the du Pont Co. < and spent most of the next .two years doing technical service work at the Hanford, Wash., plutonium plant ".Since. 19-16 he has taught at the • University - of Deleware. He has published several papers ^in his field, mostly the results of research conducted for the Office of Rubber Reserve, now the synthetic rubber division of the Reconstruction ^Finance Corporation. Schools represented ncluded Texas A and M college, Rice Institute, University of Texas, Texas Tech, University of Houston, Lamar Tech and -Louisiana Poly. Evergrees remain green throughout the year and do not shed their needles untin new ones are formed. Motor Tune-Up ALL CARS Regular *$80 4.80 &* A MAY SPECIAL AT Ferguson Motors 700 W. TEXAS SAN JACINTO MEMORIAL Mrs. Arthur G. Fayle—3628 Alexander Drive. Mrs. Billy .J. Bishop—Channelview. « Mrs. Edward L. Kleypas—319 East Pearce. Mrs. Robert Bayliss—604 Kilgore Road. Henry Allen—Blue Arrow Hotel. Patricia Johnson—212 Bolster. Grocery Chains WASHINGTON, May 26 IIP}—The Federal Trade Commission Monday accused two of the nation's largest grocery chains—SafewaS r Stores, Inc., and the Kroger Co.— of violating the anti-trust laws. The FTC said in a formal complaint that the two companies knowingly obtained illegal price discriminations from suppliers of groceries—that cheaper than their competitors could. ton. Hatchell said young men interested In the welding course should register now. Classes will meet from. 7 to 9:15 p.m. two nights a week. Classes will be limited to the first 14 students who register. LaBauve told the college vocational department that he is sure the Port Houston Iron Works can absorb on a permanent basis all .students who can complete the Lee College course and pass the Navy test. Also, the Port Houston Iron Works will assist in the training by helping supply materials for the course. Columb Gas Creole Pet Crystal Oil .... Cities Service . Davidson Chem Dow Chem .... Du Pont Chem Eastman Kodak El Paso Natural Gas Fairchild Eng Freeport Sulph Gen Electric Gen Motors Gen Tire and Rub Gillette Saf Goodyear Tire Greyhound Bus Gulf Oil Gulf State Util Houston Oil •• H L and P Co Humble Oil Imperial Oil Interlake Iron Intl Nickel Jupiter Oil MESA, Ariz., May 26 (IP!—George Kirby Pet Merlin Dutson, 47-year-old excom- jjbby McN municated Mormon, was free on Liggett and Myers bail Monday, but authorities gave Loew's Inc ' assurance that his days of "open LA Land and notorious cohabitation" with >f ac k Trucks six* wives were over. ^id co n Pet Dutson, who had been sought for Mont-Dakota Util five months by Arizona authorities Nat Dairy Prod .. on polygamy charges, was arrest- Ohio Oil ed Saturday near Showlow, Ariz., Packard Motors on his way back to the homes he once shared with the women and his J.9 children. Th'e prolific family man also was Phillips Pet sought by police in Utah and Wy- Pure Oil --• oming where it was believed he had a few more wives. "Out of the state," was the terse answer the balding, heavy-set Police Hab Han With Six Wives POVOLJ AMNP IT ~ - " REST SHORT THAT'S rWDRKEP CUT TO SCHOOL- ON RAINY PAYS, MOTHER/ C'MON, SANG, IT'S STRAIGHT THROUGH THE HOUSE, ANP OVER THE BACK FENCE/ By MARGE Broadcast Brings In 'Minor $280,080 For Pa!syv HOLLYWOOD, May 26 <U.R>~ Funds of the United Cerebral Palsy Association were $280,000 richer Sultry actress Av a Monday after a dazzling telethon O f Frank Sinatra ' ' P , . • a -iwF« Sultry Ava Gardner HOLLYWOOD, n,. „ « , J *Q rdneri from all lines of stars who ap- on the show, which wound 3 P .m. Sunday, were Boh Hope, Jack Webb, and Joe E. Brown, Jack Benny, Eddie Cantor, Ezio Pinza, Marie Wilson, Frank Sinatra, Zsa Zsa Gabor and Mickey Rooney. notice*. A *> ctor ***!!, Panties Free to Collegians WASHINGTON, May 26 (IP^-A Washington women's store offered a pair of panties free Monday to college students who "cannot restrain themselves" from breaking into women's dormitories. . 62% 15% (Continued From Page One) Woods had liven in Liberty practically all of his life. He moved to Mont Belvieu eight years ago. funeral services at 4 p.m. Tuesday at the Allison Funeral Service chapel. ANNUAL CHECK-UP PREVENTS COSTLY REPAIRS M&YFAIR JEWELRY 68Vi " He was a member of the Liberty Mrs. Loda Woods; two sons, Frank j Survivors include his widow, . y/jl_|_ HANDLE YOUR WATCH Pan coastal Oil Panhandle P and R Penney's Inc 51% 57% 3*4 8% 67% 55% Methodist church and the pastor, Rev. Chester Steele, will conduct Richfield Oil Repub Steel .. St. Regis Paper ...20 ' man gave when asked3vhere he had Socony-Vac . _ t Sinclair Oil 44 </s Ed Woods of Mont Belvieu and W. G. Woods Jr;, who is Libertv jus- j tice of the peace and a candidate for Chambers county attorney; j and two daughters, Miss Barbara Woods and Miss Norma Joyce Woods, both of: Liberty. Also surviving are his mother, Mrs. Ed Woods of Liberty; and two sisters, Mrs. Jewell Rodgers and" Mrs. F. J. Michel, both of Liberty. IN A PROFESSIONAL MANNER WITH THE LATEST ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT NOW Him Danger Trail Thru Frozen Wilds! iled GRANGER •» fcep! the —ADDED-Cartoon: MOUSE LATEST WORLD TROl'i ENDS TONIGHT "JUST THIS been since Jan. 1, the day the six S° u P^ c ** „ , , T _ . , Mrs. Dutsons were 'arrested on Safeway and Kroger rank second charges of "open and notorious and third respectively among na- cohabitation" with him. tional grocery chains. Each operates about 2,000 retail stores and Stan Oil Calif (Continued Froin Page One) built a crude forge in Compound 76, where the former camp corn- Kill over PTA Meeting MANILA, May 26 IIP)-Vice May- Dutson was arrested while with r>i_n_n vJii \-/aJt\i. ...**•»»-•••»*• • «v ^. i u» w *H-L.C, _ m.^. AWJ. !.•*%.«- wv***»jf ^-«-»* -- •****•• * T-\ t*n j S an Oil Ind :..... 80% mander Col. Francis T. Dodd, was or Manuel Yray _of Danac killed 42% kidnaped May 7 and held hostage acting Mayor Pedro Tacala Mon- 77% for 78 hours. With the forge, he day in an ^argument over who Stan Oil Ohio Stan Oil N. J has an annual sales volume of ^^^B^S'w^taSS ^^oir".::".""".'-"»- -gj ons from" wood, barbe . . ^ _ _ - _** T'nv^itt i*f\ _ _ , ._.....«*••.. 3 a /-l said the prisoners fashiofced weap- should preside at a Parent-Teacher - - - ,vire and Association 'meeting. about SI billion. The biggest grocery chain,, the A&P. already is locked in an antitrust court battle with,,the government. Sf ark Sfops here where he obtained his release ^ exas jail on $1,500 bond. Texas Gulf Prod steel gasoline drums. 27% One officer reported that some- Tex Gulf Sulph 102'A where within compound, the pris- ihe appearance of Sarah on the Tidewater Corp 44% oners were believe to have a jeep, marital scene was reported to have uhion Oil of Calif .; 41% assembled from parts smuggled in causd a slight ting .of'-jalousy -y g steel 33 during a period of months. among the five women who had vvoodley Pet 6?" Additional weapons — possibly .July N. O. Cotton up 19 pts. ev en guns and ammunition — the KL.EYPAS , Mr. and Mrs. Ed war d-Ju.-Kleypas cuss any part of of 3199 East Pearce announce the charges against them." ' : -"2 birth of a son Sunday at San Jacinto Memorial hospital. BISHOP . ... Mr. and Mfs. Billy J. "Bishop-o£\ Channelview arc the parents of a. ' son born Sunday at San Jacinto 'Memorial hospital. Sarah, stuck together through,their• T-..*-. U? M &^J i& court hearings and refused^t&disH^ | TUC6 ni!lT6Q AT GOP Convention (Continued From Page One) compounds through a tunnel from the outside into Compound 66, and distributed to other compounds through connecting tunnels. The tunnel from Compound 66 to the outside was collapsed and filled.'in. Two other tunnels, connecting compounds 66 and 76, were ers aren't the 'real Republi- to fc e destroyed immediately. cans.'"-he said. "Actually, what whether other tunnels connected BOISE, Idaho, May 25 (U^-Prison officials started man-by-man questioning ;of convicts at -Idaho is being decided here is whether there will be harmony in the Re-" publican party in Texas." The Republicans actually will hold their state convention Tuesday. The state executive committee meeting of the Republicans at Mineral Wells will decide various compounds was not Allied troops still were on the outside of the compounds. Boatner told newsmen the Communists could have, broken out of their compounds during recent Tues- disorders "if they had wanted to." 'hundreds V Baby Adopted Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stewart. 107 state prison Monday, searching for Bayshore Drive, have adopted a inmates who were ringleaders in babv *irl Patricia Irene, who a Saturday outbreak. uciiijr o"*' •"- " *• »••-•«* -.«.>,..»,, ~ ... iYAJJJCiOl. ficiu TYiiV \ati_i\a\- j.»At.o- weighed nine pounds, 15 ounces ^uie felons already were in the day what to do a bouf the dis- faut would have taken. at birth. The Stewarts have one Pfison s Siberia," and Warden L. pu ted 31 county delegations If the of casualties." other child, Frankie Carl, 3. E - Vi ap P said the same treatment would be given others five-hour riot. convicts, armed with conve ntion and • elect -38 delegates "to the national convention. This would <leave .to -the .national' convention the question of -whether • Taft delegation or the Eisen- RALPH Taft delegations are all seated, who had Eisenhower supporters are. expected to waik out, hold a separate hatchets, knives, wrecking bars and billy-clubs, held a building in the prison compound until thcv were forced by tear gas attacks _3 ^t_ -- ° . fc*-*»*J UJC i<ll.L UC1CKCL L1W11 \JL H*C 4_Ji^tH~ and club-swingmg guards to re- hower 'delegation gets to cast its turn lo their cells. - vole During their brief tenure,, "the Three of the disputed counties, noting convicts damaged the pris- Tarrant (Fort Worth), Harris ons recreation room, tailor shop, ^Houston), and Dallas, between laundry, shoe shop and a storage them have 323 state delegates, a room They took supplies of tobac- third of the total co and candy from the prison commissary and wrecked some equipment in a shop which manufactures • I automobile license plates. The prisoners attempted ' to set fire to the building, but were frus- i trated by water from an automatic I sprinkler system. LIVESTOCK ID THEATR! LAST. TIMES TONIGHT Hit No/1 — ^1 r Hit No. 2 — THRU WEDNESDAY! SHE FOUGHT] HIS'FEARS- , LOVE'lHE; ONLYWAi A GIRL i fetfi 1360 ON YOUR-AM DIAL 92.1 MG. 0>4'YOUR FM 26 OPr- German Treaty West . , . when you Have your maitress converted info an Innersprina by SANITARY MATTRESS CO. r "World's largest Mattress renovating Plant," NEW 180-coil tempered steel Butt, NEW florpl ticking, C O T TON PROCESSED LIXZ NEW. FOUR HANDLES — FOUR VENTILATORS. Crippled Freighter Towed To Yokohma (Continued From Page One) FORT WORTH, May Lwestock: Cattle 4,200. Steady to weak. Offerings fat steers and yearlings smallest on Monday for month. About 75 per cent cattle, cows and sfockers. Few good and choice steers- and yearlings 30-34. Cutters, utility and commercial offerings 20-29. Beef cows 13.50-22.50. Canners and cutters 13-19. Bulls mostly 18-25.50. Good and choice stockers. steer yearlings. 30-34. Medium 'and good stocker steers 27-30.50. Common medium and good stocker oows 17-23. Calves 1,000. Good and choice offerings steady. Others steady to tell "How you can elect Texas A Hew 950 ON YOUR DIAL (Paid for by Ralph Yarborough) MONDAY EVENING 6:00—News 6:lS—ilanix KldlnK 6:30—Spovts Review 6:33—Racfje KidinK ";00—Harlem at Seven 7:57—Late News 8:00—Baytown Auto News 8:30—Night Time Melodies 9:00—Mood XJusic 9:4f)—Music in the Morgan Manner j 10:00— Nipht Edition of The Bayxown San 110:15—rDrtam Time 10:5A—I-ate Xews 11:00—Sign Off TUESDAY MORNING 8:00—Reveille -Roundup G:Ti7—Late News 7:00—Trinity Tunes 7:?f>— Trinity Valicy Ue\vs Review S:W— Morning prvnijonal :S:l5i-Watchins Tht Clock &:3G—L:ue Xews 8:32—WatcMnR the Clock , 9:00—News' 'J:1S—Churches of Christ 9:30—Dick Kason Show 10:00—%\>rfin Edwards Newscast li):ic>~XtirtSme 11:00—TAte News H:02_.Mid Day Matinee.. TUESDAY AFTERNOON" 12:00—World News 1 12:1.1—Stork. Quotations '.12:20—Mid.-.Day. Matinee ( 1:00—Top Tunes 2:O.V-Best On Wax •4:00—Warren Edwards N'ewir.ast 4:C5—I^-v Voz. M«±Jcana \ 1 storting ARTHUR KENNEDY PEGGY OGYT UKX EWWS - MU1 JSiB , —AUSO- CAKTOON — LATEST Si ready have closed five of the 10 weak: Good and choice slaughter and West Berlin across -the Soviet calves 30-34.50. Utility and com- CuIIs zone. mon 21-29. largely 18-20. and choice "stocker calves Mixed stocker and heifers at- lattrr, price.' Few extra light of perpetuating the divi- weights to 40. Germany by signing the Hogs 1,500. Butchers and sows mostly 5Qc higher. Pigs steady. Choice 180-249 Ib. butchers 21. Few The .western Big Three foreign Good ministers ignored an llth hour pro- 31-37. YOKOHAMA, Japan, May 26 (IPJ test n ?* e .front Russ'ia accusing —The American freighter ^Pacific ^f e AU* 65 Transport, crippled by loss of her sion rudder last Wednesday, was tow- separate treaty. i ed into Yokohama Monday by the ? le Soviet note, in reply to an I American ship Seaborne. " Allied communication of May 13 r lots 200-300 Ib. 21.25. Few outside I The. Pacific Transport was en- proposed a cessation of further that range. Light and heavyweight ' route from Yokohama to San Fran- ?°* e exchanges and demanded the 19-20.75. Sows 15-18. Feeder pigs cisco when she lost the rudder immediate convocation of a four- mostly 17 down. A few weighing midway between Hokkaido and POW^ conference to discuss the re- over 130 Ibs. 17.50. Hawaii. She drifted helplessly for unification of Germany, two days in dense fog before she Acheson, Eden and Schuman discussed the note briefly Sunday and probably will dev'ote more attention to it following their arrival DRIVE-IN Hwy. K6 North 2 Mln. From Town LAST TIMES YOU READ LAST SHOWING "When The Dsltons "DECISION BEFO TODAl TUESDAY e.WEDNESO^ PHONE NOW Prompt Pickup and De/frery Foil or Twin Slzt '^'S&^P&tXJ&SZX&HiZ&fti&rSMisXZ was taken in tow. Vice Mayor Shoots Mayor Some Chinese towns, according to Factographs, have two*names— a winter one and a summer one. 'th-CrXV-w O is- 5 " 5 v?.;««D^-gii r^-H_fi^ i I —,__ —„— . _ That may not be hot news but it's MANILA. May 26 OP^—The vice Jn Pari s Monday night for Tues- a co id f ac t. mayor of Danao, a town in Cebu da y' s signing of 'the European province, fatally shot the acting arni y treaty. Informed sources mayor Sunday* in an argument said the Bi £ Three would reject over who should preside at a *- ne note * ' Parent Teacher Association meeting. Police said the shooting of Pedro Tecala by Manuel Yra was the climax of a bitter rivalry between two political factions. 24 Mexicans Killed When Bus Overturns * Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH Courteous Driver Visits Baytown Every Tuesday Friday HUATUSCO. Mex., May 28 Authorities Monday set at 24 the number killed Sunday when a i • «j vu speeding bus overturned on a curve LlrHe Worry and plunged into a ravine. op .t, inJ ** r * *fitbo« r«»r ' Twenty-six persons were injur- «». *** ^ them critically. »cr« comfortabtr. Thi« pim- Most cf the bus passengers were &V M nRS* y wSir y ii.?15£ P 01 ^ 'oltow!» of presidential alkaline (non-acidi. cteck» -put« candidate Hennquez Guzman and were'enroute to Cordoba to attend a raUy for Guzman. The accident brought to 134 the number killed in four bus accidents in Mexico since last March. odor" (6*ature breath), G*t FASTEETB &t any drn^Vctore. Book Matches FAST DELIVERY! , Political and Business Calendars and Xmas Cards Don't Be Too I-ate—Injure STEVE Minne.-»ota. Malaya Rebel Leader KiHed SINGAPORE, May 26 OlV-Ma- Iay T s top rebel leader, Manap Je- pun. was shot to death by Gurkha jungle fighters Sunday, giving the Communists what British authorities"called their biggest setback of the four-yea r struggle. There wer-e very few details available. One of Houston's Finest Lounge Entertainers THE FOURSOME From Popular Manhattan Fun for everyone in a friendly atmosphere. 9 STARTS AT 8 P.M. ON MONDAYS ONLY Come Early For & Seat No Cover Charpe Bring the Toadies out for an Evening; of Entertainment Hayshore Lounge ."The Most Up-to-Date T»utigre in East Harris County'* Open I p.m. Daily 3201 Minn. Hrghert Rating! ' Oxrtrtorxiingl . . . fitted with color, ritfmess, crtd tush beauty! Box Show Start'- Feafurette "Tnree Hams On RyeK — Cartoon, 'Racoon Oawg" LEIGH BRANDO NAVY BOUN5 __\vitb— TomNea Tonight Is Lkense Night! 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