The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 20, 1954 · Page 2
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PAGE 2— THE BAYTOWN SUN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20,' 1954 Pasadena-Baytown Show To Aid Sfrck.gMo.fes Tunnel Highway Ashbel Smith Proposals Made Scout House Special To The Baytown Sun roads cnthusi- Tickets went on sale Wednesday A _ T an , < J r '^ and waited for a program Jan. 28 at Ashbel Alleg Ludlum ..... ...... .... 3]>i Allis-Chalmers ..... . ........ 48 Amer, Cyan ........ ......... 47% American Rcpub ..... ....... 55 Bayshorc good ..asts "stood by" Wednesday after a district high- Smith school auditorium by 159 way engineer revealed in Houston a new proposal for a superhigh- \vay in this area. The new proposal would slightly re-route the proposed 14-mile freeway between Pasadena and the Baytown tunnel and might save as much as $1.5 million in construction costs. Officials of the Southern Pacific lines, which now have a railroad right of wav south of the Carver Variety Entertainers. The program will be sponsored by the Ashbel Smith Dads' club, which will use the proceeds to add to the building fund" for the new Scout House planned on the -Ash- be! Smith campus. Tickets at 75 cents for adults and 25 cents for children can be obtained from members of the club, President James L. Clements announced. The program wili in- present La Porte "Road along the chide musical, novelty, and dance route of the proposed freeway, have offered the. State Highway Department a 100-foot-wide stretch of right-of-way for the new freeway. In return, the railroad would be given permission to relocate its tracks on the north side of the numbers and skits by talented stu dents at Carver high school, who El Paso Nat'l Gas Amer Woolens 16 thg Anaconda Copper 31% Beth Steel 52% Calvan Oil :5Mi Canada So Oil 9% Celanese 20 Celotex IS'A Chi Corp 19-74 Chrysler Corp 59% Cities Service S3\k Coastal Carib 2Vi Columb Gas 13VL Creole Pet 81V- Dow Chem 35% Du Pont .Chem 107% Eastman ..Kodak 49Vi 37% have already made a name for themselves in this area. Clements also said about 40 of the Dads' club members are expected to report for a "work o"ay" Saturday at .Girl Scout Camp p' r oposed"freewayrThis"would' give Aranna on Cedar Bayou. - . Southern Pacific a freer access to They will work to prepare the. £0Lon Oil "" tqv ship channel industries and elim- camp for use this summer oy area S ^ °", p ^ ." °l'f inate the need for at least two ov- Girl Scouts. Men who cannot re- g Yibl? OH "" rav erpasses on the.W-miles freeway, Port for work wiU prepare lunches • 01 «_" 11 •••••••• ••• •>»* ir/ officials have said. for the ones who can work, Clem- ;£ 1 l e JL,?, nd ~» ugh ents said. Fairchild Eng No Sale Freeport Sulph No Sale • Gen Tire and Rub 31 v. Gillette Saf 47Vi Goodyear Tire .... 55% Greyhound Bus 13% Gulf Oil ; 47 its officials have said. , . The 100-foot-wide' right-of-way would also reduce the cost of right-of-way for the new highway. The proposal is being considered by the State Highway Department, District Engineer Jim Douglas revealed Tuesday at a meeting of the highway committee of the Houston Chamber of Commerce. Coach Dan Sfallwcrfh On KREL Sportscasf Coach Dan Stolto-orth will appear on a sportscast at 6:15 p.m. Spiritual Life Sermon Announced For Wednesday Wednesday's Spiritual 'Life mission sermon at Cedar Bayou Methodist church will be 'entitled "The Holy Habit of Bible Head- wi] deliver the messag , Imperial Oil Kirby Pet No Sale Libby McN .. 9% Liggett and Myers 64 & Loew's Inc 14 Vs La Land ............... No Sale Merrill Pet .-... 6% Math Chem: 41% Mack Trucks .............. 14% Mid Cont Pet 67% Monsanto, Chem 84% Mont-Dakota Util ....... 20,% Nat Distillers ....... ... 20% Nat Dairy Prod • 64% Ohio Oil Packa-rd Motors ........... i "4 .Oil .............x..34 - Wednesday over KREL and will Special music for the 7' p.m. ~ „ discuss local and .national sports. service will be presented by Miss The Gander mentor is expected Barbara Therrell, soloist.- of Colto disc.uss the forthcoming if-^ n g umbus, Miss. She will sing "The SO training of Robert E. Lee gridders . Holy City" by Adams. Mrs. J. D. * "Jr" 3 J-. 3 «fu« ~««i— —..-„ «c t-hn -Dni?- rjidriino-s \vi1l he nro-nn accomDan- "_ ' CL " U Pure Oil,,....:...;.... ga Richfield Oil ..... " '" and other sports news of tbe Bay- Biddings will be organ ac'compan . town area. 0>v Sun Classified Ads—Dial S302 WATCH FOR GRAND OPENING FRIDAY, JANUARY 22 BAYSHORE DRIVE-IN 2430 W. MAIN FEATURING GOOD HOME COOKING ist. The Sanctuary choir will form tte choir for the night. Congregational singing for the meeting is under'the direction of Mrs. Helen Jackson. . . , . The Rev. Love has announced .his Thursday night sermon as. "The Holy Habit of Daily Devotion." . Friday night the subject will be "The Holy Haoit of Tithing." •'-- Thursday's special music will be ^ a solo by Jim Austin, director of Tidewater ~<5orp music in the Cedar Bayou school. u m ' OIl Oil of Calif" He will silng "The Blind Plough- -y g~ S( .'g cl man 1 ' by Clarke. The choir for this v^fjlson and Co"." serrice will be composed by the \Voodley Pet .., . Repub Steel ..... ...... . . ____ 49 % St. Regis Paper ____ . ......... 21% Sinclair Oil ....... ..... ...... 3(3% Socony-Vac ..... ;".- ......... . 37.;^ Sou Pacif ........ ..... ...... 391,4 Stan Oil Calif ---- .. ..... ... 56% Stan Oillnd ........ .... ____ 73% Scan Oil Ohio ........ ; ...... 36 Stan Oil N J .............. 7514 Sun Oil . ...... ....... ...... 70% ' Sunray Oil ... .. Texas Co . ---- .. Texas Gulf Prod, Tex Gulf Sulph GENUINE SPEIDEL WATCH BANDS Regular 17.95 THIS WEEK ONLY! AT MAYFA1R JEWELERS The House of Diamonds —TONIGHT— FREE BUiWER STRIP CLUB OX SCREEN "KJCD FKOM LEFT FIELD" "SO THIS IS LOVE" DECKERS THURSDAY ONLY N"O. 1 ; —— -. Two Women On a 3Ian Hunt.. No Holds Barred: HOWARD KEEL JANEGREER 'DESPERATE SEARCH" NO. 2 EDDIE ALBERT "CORPORAL DOLAN GOES A. W. O. L" men of the church. Saxophone Artist Entertains Lions Miss Peggy Lehr, youthful saxophonist, entertained members of the Lions Club Tuesday with a variety of instrumental numbers. Mss Lehr, a senior at Robert E. Lee high school, showed her versatility by playing first a number of popular tunes and then winding up her performance with "Estillian Caprice" and the difficult "Saxo- phobia." Robert E. Lee Band Director J. C. Burkett introduced the young musician. George Bennett reported to the club on the Lions' midwinter conference at Rosenberg, which was also attended by Ray Sloan, M. P. Puller, Ben Magness and Murray Rogers, the club's president. 17% 60 43Vi '89% 2W-, -10 40% 9 33H March N. O. Cotton ..Down 7 Pts. LIVESTOCK Cairo, Egypt, has sometimes been called the "Mother of the World." FORT WORTH, Jan. 20 —UP— Livestock: Cattle 2.300. Mostly steady. Some cows stronger again. Good and choice slaughter steers and yearlings, 18-22; a few to 23; six heads club yearlings. 25.25; utility and commercial; 12-17; utility cows, 10.50-12; commercial scarce- can- uers and cutters, 7-10.50; a few shelly canners under 7; bulls. 1014; medium and good stockers and feeders, 14-19. V Calves 700. Slaughter calves rfcrtv and weak; stockers steady; jgood killers. 15-18; a few choice>^ll-l9: utility and commercial, 12-a6: culls around 10; medium and good stocker steer calves. 1-J-19.5Q.;' Hogs 200. Butchers opened 25c to 50c higher. A few lafte sales 2,5c to 50c lower. Sows/fS1-S1.50 higher; choice 190-24a.j!Jbs., sold early at 27, later sale;/hostiv 26.25; few medium to chffc'e 170-180 Ibs 2525.50; sows. 22-18.50. B AY ENDS TONIGHT "TERROR ON A TRAIN" "THE TORCH SONG" 3 BIG DAYS STARTING THURSDAY—JAN. 2V * FIRST RUN FEATUltE * turn mm fa'a r ^ J J JRDBWSTACKl*^*."'' TICHMICOIOI ADDED FEATURE * "THUNDER BAY" with . JAMES STEWART EJTDS TONITE1 "Craiy Less" 3 DAYS THURSDAY thru SAT. MM RAY Admission This Attraction ADULTS 75c, Inc. Viewers .CHILDREN 35c, Inc. Viewers DANCE HI HAT CLUB WEDNESDAY NITE MUSIC BY THE TEXAS WRANGLERS HIWAY 744 Brough (Continued from Page One) missioned and George T. Morse Jr.. Charles Fleetwood, M. E. Adams. Sam T. Cutbirth end 1 John T. Jones Jr.. vice presidents. Other Scout workers who received the Silver Beaver award were A. F. Drodz. Weimar; T. P. Hale, Bay City; C. N. Hielscher, Bryan; Ruby.Wilson. Willis; and the following from Houston: W. K. Baker, George Brown, Earl Chase, W. W. Minto and B. B. Skelton. Speaker at the meeting was Dr. Dan C. Proctor, President of Oklahoma College for Women, who delivered a challenging Scouting message to the more than 700 people who attended from the council's 15-county. area. Dr. Proctor urged stronger efforts to bring the Scouting program to a larger number of boys. Palsy (Continued rrom Fajre One) lace. Pilot; Dr. Watson, therapy center. Johnson represents the Shrine club; Smith is a constitutional appointee; Mrs. Heald represents the Baytowji Service League; Martin, Rotary; Dr. Spring, Lions: Mrs. Krenick, B and PW; Mrs. Thomas, Parents group. Mrs. Gray reported on the growth of the center during 1953, its third year of operation. She said that the society will be able to return S45S to the Community Chest this vear from its operating budget of S6015. Mrs. Gray reported that $1,004 is left in the center's equipment fund, after an improvement program this year which included renovating the center with asbestos siding and a new roof. The center was also given a tape recorder, to be used in speech therapy, by the Jaycee-ettes, and an air-conditioning unit by the Epsiion Sigma Alpha sorority, the Stiles' Memorial Fund and others. During the year. 10 new children were admitted for treatment at the center, making a total of 40 now receiving treatment there. Johnson, the new chairman, is a lab special tester at Baytown Refinery. He first became interested in crippled children through Shrine work and as chairman of the KiwAnis undenprSvileged children chairmc.n. His wife is a public health nurse. SAN JACINTO MEMORIAL Mrs. C. C. Morris—505 East Sterling. Robert Lee Hatter—Dayton. Mrs. Frank Pcterson~709 West Je.mc«. . . Mrs. Henry A. Deats—Houston. Mrs. James H. Cherry—Houston. Kent Shurtz—505 Schilling. Mrs. Arthur Pendeisen—404 East Humble. • ..:• Mrs. Christy M. Gibb s ~222 East Lobit. J. C. McDowell—Houston. Leslie Pehnington—-609 North Circle. Mrs. Sherman Williamson— Channelview^ Jimmy Wayne Roe—510 West Miriam. Mrs. George S a m w a y—3117 Ohio. Failing Window Pane Cuts Woman's Arm Mrs. Charles Barrington, 211 East 'Homan. is in L,iliie-Duke hospital after having an artery slashed by broken glass when ,a windo%v fell at her home about 10 p.m. Fridaf;, , Her arm was cut in four or five places, but only the laceration that severed the artery was serious, friends oaid. Mrs. Barrington was ; taken to the hospital in an Earth-, man ambulance. Officer A. L. Jennings who in-; vestigateo the accident said he was told that the window fell and the pane shattered, throwing glass over Mrs. Barrington. (Continued from Page One) capture here. He calmly told the officers how he broke into a back window of the Tower, took"a hammer from a drawer in the kitchen ..and broke open the cigarette machines. He removed the music boxes from the wall, robbed them, and set. them back in place. He also broke open a piggy bank Jn ; the'place and robbed that, .he said. ...'•• Hutto said he was going home . from Tower Drive-in No. 2 on Market, and stopped at the Decker Drive place to check up- As soon as he opened the front door, he knew the place had been burglarized because the light in the cigarette machine was not burning, he said. As he opened the front door, he heard the back door slam' and knew the burglar was still there. Hensley laughingly told the officers and Hutto all the details of their search for him. He said.he hid in the women's rest room when he heard Hutto open the door, and when Hutto went back to his car to tell Mrs. Hutto to call police, he-"left there, running." He said he.ran across a road and started to hide under a house, but there were too many dogs. Then he • crossed a vacant lot and hit there. When he decided the search was off, he tried to return to. Decker Drive-in to walk toward Houston. He got cornered in the briarpatch, he.-said. : . The Tower drive-in was 'burglarized-, last -Friday night by someone who overlooked a .large sum of money, but took about $2 in ehauige and five boxes of cigars, Hutto said. SiorkStops • '" '' • 'WARD '•::''- •" . ' Mr, and Mrs. W. !L Ward of 1604 California are the parents of a baby daughter, Nelda Jean, born at Memorail hospital in Houston on Sunday. She weighed seven, pounds and.six and one-half ounces. Grandparents are Mr, and Mrs. r \V. W. Ward of Rosenberg. •Sen. William P. Frye of Maine Tulip bulbs have considerable served 1 longer as president pro quantities: of: starch and;; during tempore of the U. S. Senate than World War I,.the famous tulips of any other man He served from Holland were used for making Dec. 2, 1895, to April 27, 1911. ,'" : . starch. : ! ' . :•.-: ^ Try Sun Classified Ads—Bin! 8302 Ity Sun Classified Ads—Dial 8303 KREL LISTENING GUIDE .1360 ON YOUR DIAL WKOWJESUAI EVENING . \ :58—News Headlines . . • :00—The . 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