The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 23, 1961 · Page 12
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 12

Baytown, Texas
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Monday, January 23, 1961
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Monday, January 23, 1961 12 SUNNY WEATHER NEEDED JY FARMERS, RANCHERS —I Moisture is adequate to pxccs-1 counties have leaf rust. A lew re- •r< sive in Central Texas and oats: ports Also have been received ol ir- made little or no process. Pas-irtamasre from cram mites, green Th" rains i lures ar e gramme hut growth js b Fort Worth; generally too short for grazing. COLLEGE STATION lore rain last week pu nd ranchmen erf Texas still fur-1 made ,ier behind schedul ferfl he.'tviest from i^n ..>..«. (b v.^......... .- . , . , „,- 5 oufWstward with only parts ofi Sunshine of this WCVK has helped ,'orthwst and far West Texas re-:the situation in Central west wrung no moisture. !Texas tSan Anseiol but a ,ot more Congress Called For Anti-Castro Group In Miami EVER HAPPEN TO YOU? By Blake MIAAH, Fla. (AP) - A mid- February anti-Castro congress is planned in Miami by a newly united group of Cuban exiles. Some 50 exile organizations i orx-n "weather like that of this,Texas the best in several decades. •k would improve the general • Eight straight days of warm, sun- pasture is about_pver unnl_ more 's and cutworms. Most fields are si;:! too wet for grazing. Plowing is near normal in the Siuth Plains 'Lubbooki area. The , . . . . -rain was excellent and moisture | nave joined in a unity move spon- «as ampie. ins harvested. Surface moisture is becoming short in the Panhandle and wheat The last cotton is tw- sored by the Cuban Chamber of ; Commerce in Exile. Only one im- improve lituation. Fields in the rainfall areas itill too wet for working and pas-! si Zirf-s are very boggy, j Wet weather has increased the; n?!id for more feeding since grain; pastures and winter legumes arejp making iittie or no growth and!" aatjve range vegetation has de-j jeriorated. j Most counties in deep South; Texas had only two days of sun-j shine last week. The wettest winter in years hampered the vegetable harvest Ranges and livestock wre in excellent condition, j Some cabbage, cauliflower, let ' '; and the mild winter had kept feed? in the Roll-j ins at a minimum. Cattle are be- Plains (Vernon'i but grainlcir.nins to move from the wheat 'still slow. Half of the' pasture? and prices are good. , s rick the MT. j me most." Something of a Bi^ 7 of »uce. citrus and potatoes were!Broadway showmen, frankly harvested. Growers were able '°j,- ovs spotlight eminence, plant some watermelons. ,'-.«- - ... Plowing is seriously behind schedule" in South Central Texas. Livestock are suffering from the boa;2y condition of pastures. Rains meant more trouble for the upper Gull Coast area. Water was standing in fields; oats were turning yellow; and feeding, already heavy, was increasing. Cow Jots and fields were the muddiest in years in East Texas.! f"; ..j—., If sunshine continues, oats can be: grazed and the planting of pine; Showman David Merrick Has Five Broadway Hits NEW YORK (API—Da\-id Mer-lhalf of the musicians currently current occupied on the Main Stem. en-j "i haven't been trying to make .... _, ,--. ... (any records.." he goes on. "but "Having a good time interests | emotionally I just cannot operate jat a one-play level. riddle to friend! "You work with one show for foe, the results of his profuse ' several years and after it opens clearly in large dol- 1 you are out of business unless you lar signs. 'have something else going." At the moment, five Merrick! various ventures support his spectacles on Roadway are es-; assertion ^ ai .^ don - t want to ,jo critical and oox-ofnce, j ust commerc j a i musicals." ."Becket." "Do Re Mi," La Douce. hit I Merrick himself is less of a in some Broadway circles. I The producer expresses cool de- Twomore arepn tour—"Destryi tachnl( ; nt for ^ e opinions of un- front headed by former Cabinet minister Manuel Antonio de Varona, declined to join. The Chamber of Commerce meeting Friday was the first time in two years that so many anti- Castro organizations had met on common ground. Ricardo Palacio. president*and Pablo Perez, public relations director of the Chamber in Exile, later announced plans for the congress. They said it will determine military action by exiles against Fidel Castro; discuss combined military and political strategy, and strive for agreement on the kind of government that shall prevail in Cuba after Castro's overthrow. Palacio said the unification; move and congress will assure the j organized Cuban underground that 1 exiles are at their sides and will provide support in the •igr.t against Castro and commurv.srn. Anti-C astro organizations in N T orth, South and Central Amer- 1 ca and the Caribbean will be ir- j vited to send five delegates each! ;o the congress with one vote forj each delegation. The congress will run for three days or l.xi^er. THIS Mornee JUST SHE GATHEggp Up SOAA£ON£ s CK1UP AT THE MnU Brady Man Faces Trial In Vets Land Scandals HILLSBORO (API—B. R. Sheffield, Brady real estate operator. i is due to go on trial here Monday ' on charges growing out of the veterans' land scandals that rocked Texas in the mid-1950s. It will be the second time in six years that Sheffield, H has faced I trial on charges of forgery and passing in to others the forged instrument. He was sentenced to 10 years in 1956 at Lubbock but the conviction was overturned by higher courts which said the orig- ! inal indictment was faulty. He has ! since been reindicted. Among the 156 persons in 13 counties who have been subpoe- Inaedl to testify are former Gov. Alan Shivers and former Land I Commissioner Bill Allcorn. Shiv- jers was governor when Sheffield 'was originally indicted. Allcorn was one" of the successors in the land office post to Bascom Giles, who was convicted in the land fraud scandals and served a prison term. In Lubbock. the trial centtred Wildcatting Gets Off Good New Year Start AUSTIN (API — WihleaithiK ion whether Alfonso Mirales was^t a start this year, a Railroad ! present when a notary public [Commission report shows. 1 swore to various documents con-1 Sixteen oil and 7 gas wells were Wlcd with his purchase of land | broutfit in as during the : under the veterans program. Mi- wok. For the year there have 'rales, a Korean War veteran, 1rs- been 27 wildcat oil and 9 ^as Itified he was not present when| WP u_ s Compared to IS oilers and 6 jthe documents were acknowletlK- j W((1]s ;( V( ,. u . ;l ^ 0 n™ - ™,« r - i document to the Veterans Land : eluding 78 for Hie week, also are higher, 113 to 97. T ne W eek total of ISO oil well iBaord. Most of the veterans' land scan- dais of the mid-1950s t : entcred ! completions brought tlio yoar total around the bloc land deals. i ^ A vpap p(m di . u , f , rs had A large tract of land, usually; " : * ; persuaded to apply for state loans j at low interest to purchase the) tracts. The promoters were paid! in cash by the Veterans' Land Board, usually making a large profit on the deal. Some veterans told investigators they thought they were signing up for'a state veterans' bonus. You Can Bur REPRINTS, Ol Any Picture In The Made »r BAVTOWN PHOTOft Sun ButkUiw Phone JU S-CMf w ai,u me F ,a,,uu t ^ ,— s Presumed. Milk production is! Rides Again and "La Plume De {rier]d | y Ma who j I ma j.amc. Earlier this season ; ^ me hang such epithets as Moisture 5s excessive in North- Merrick hr-d six simultaneous;. lTne undertaker" and "Abomin- east Texas Onlv pruning and I 5 "?*"**. * ows - a Jf atfche * ' able Sho^-man" upon him. graving of' peaches and general achieved last year. The• bert^pre-j or ft firm wlrk le possible. Grains viou c^tput by a single manage-i he sayg _ ., ft ., one Q{ ^ and legumes made little growth and pastures in only a few areas | provided any grazing. j Excessive moisture has stopped) all. field work in North Central Teras. Some leaf rust and grain mite damage have been reported. [perils of success. I have a dead|pan look, but the screams of my s amuse hell out of ... ,.,.,,_. Projects undertaken this season! In achieving his high batting represent S1.35 million in cold i average, Merrick has several FLOWERS THE PERFECT GIFT FOR FOUR VALENTINE GREEK FLORIST 129 W. Gulf JU 2-82H hy 25 | times applied artificial respiration i men" and women who" haOe put up! to waning ventures with promo- jthe bulk of funds for his last 20|tional stunts, in character for a !shows. [man who once was a member of In addition to the seven pro-!the Press Agents Union. jductions. Merrick has two others in preparation. Such multiplicity provides em- 'Fanny," which launched the success string in 1954, was kept running three years, in the face ployment for almost 700 people.! of tepid reviews, with sundry de.' including a third of the actors and 1 vices. Private Sends Sedan To Explosive Grave FT CAMPBELL, Ky. (API When PFC. Charles Kern's 1951 sedan went to pieces, it went ini a grand manner. First, the engine threw a rod. Piqued, the 101st Airborne Division soldier donated it to his battery—part of battalion— for the 2nd tagret practice. Kern himself pulled the lanyard that fired a 155 millimeter howit- which blew the car to zer shell pieces. TRY SUN CLASSIFIED 1500 N. 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