The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on June 7, 1952 · Page 8
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8— THE BAYTOWN SUN.SATURDAY. JUNE 7, 1952 TV's Top Early For Comic Joe E. Lewis Likes His Late Hours ,' By ALINE MOSBY up the sunshine, the horses, the **• HOLLYWOOD, June 7 KB—Joe E. beach," he said indignantly. "And Lewis yawned Friday he's one I would have had to get up at nightclub comedian who's deter- eight in the morning and eat that mined to stay out of television be- awful oatmeal "cause it would interfere with his ..^ T sta in clubs l can t UD social lite, sleep and horse bet- at 2 O ' c]oc £ and eat a la mb chop. ung - ' At that hour I'm entitled to one, ^, Joe has been wooed by television « You see .» reflected Lewis, who big-wigs who want to sign *im for always telks like he has two drinks his own television show. But Lewis uftder his belt .>fr erQ > s only one prefers .to stick to those smoky, thing going for me, and that's Joe noisy upholstered saloons. E ^ vis If he wants to stay up "I've done some guest appear- at night and play dice, I let him. a nee on TV in New York, and I'll do three this fair bcause they don't involve rehearsals," he explained. LITTLE LULU By Marge ,"But - I'll never do my own show. CBS wanted to sign me hut I would have had to give up a six-week engagement in •- Miami. So I turned it down. "Why, they wanted me to give Barclay On Bridge "If he wants to play the horses, I let him, because he does all .tight by me. At the end of the year everything's straightened out. He works for a living." Television may be a great new medium to other entertainers, but it's "a lot of aggravation" to him. "My pals who are in television are jealous of me, those bums," v-~ -r-M. "i don't want to go crazy. Let them go crazy. I like clubs. V;iis way I can be with my friends A ~. , i D .. , while I work and you can't do that A Oentrcl Press Feature in any other branc h O f show busi- $T~"~"'' ""'" " -——N, TIPCC »> MEDIUM HONORS CRUCIAL "",...-, .- ; .IF YOU lay out various normal On ^ ^e had to censor his ns- card combinations and study them, when not in an actual game, you will learn some very , valuable things about the way they play. In the stress of an actual gajne, you may not do as good a job. But calm study will show that in many a case the way that you use medium-sized honors like queens, Jacks and tens • is crucial. Just willy-nilly playing One of those "cards when another standard prop, a highball glass, too. During his act, currently at Mocambo here, Joe sips from scotches at ringside tables. By the end of; his first show he's feeling as good as the customers. Lewis figures he could do movies now and then, though. MGM wants to film his life story, to tell how his throat was slit and he was left for dead by Chicago gangsters. Country At War, Admiral Declares FORT WORTH; Tex., June 7 (I?/— "We need more planes, more im"You get up at six for pictures, Vice Adm. Harold M. Martin, com- plements of defense," he told about would be wiser has wrecked many and _o h Gawd> that would be all ma nder of the Pacific Air Fleet, 600 persons including civic of- a makeable contract. , right. "I'm always up at six. I haven't gone to bed yet," he said. "You're only young once," said 4 JS V/Q1.06 4- A Q J 8 6 A A-l 3 declared Saturday that "our count- ficials, high-ranking military offi- ry is at war, regardless of what cials, and a number of officers Joe, "and if you work it right, once anyone tells you." from Bell's home plant at Buffalo, is enough." Martin was the chief speaker at N. Y. ceremonies marking formal pub-' Lawrence D. Bell, president and lie inspection of Bell Aircraft's new general manager of Bell Aircraft, S7-million helicopter plant near ma d e a brief talk before Martin's Hurst, 11 miles east of Fort Worth. speech Martin, who was observing his 30th anniversary as a graduate (Dealer: North. North-South ;'vulnerable.) - ? i I North' East South West :fl * Pass INT Dbl. ; ;pass 2 if Pass 2 4 •Pass Pass 2 NT Pass : 3 NT If you wonder \v here South ° found the nerve to reopen the bid- .ding with his "2-No Trumps, you ' 'have nothing- on a kibitzer who --was watching him. But surprls- .Jlngly he could have made his con~ t tract by correct play after West .'opened the 9 of his partner's ,hearts. ' South studied the situation and then made" the play that ruined 'his chajices, the 10 from dummy. • East was smart enough to hold fhis A and play the J. Sovith saw ;how that he could not afford to ;Win this with the K, as the dum: nay's Q would then be vulnerable , to a lead from West as. soon as . that worthy got in. So he let the j J win. East shifted to the spade ";8, the K winning-, and the heart 2 -'came back to the A, whereupon ^i the spade 3 was led to the A. ~}\Vegt -shifted to the club K to . Testablish'his Q, the A winning-. ,J- Now South vised the heart K ••ifor an entry to score the spade i 0 Q and win the" diamond finesse him five tricks in. that this made his total only he had to finish by los- setting- trick to the clubQ. Thief Tries Tp Pilfer Cop's Panfs Earlier, the Bell board of direct- from Annapolis' referred" to the ors announced a 50-cent dividend 28-yearHold Cleveland, Tex., laborer tried to steal a policeman's pants early Saturday—and got seven blocks away before he lost them in a tug of war with the owner's brother-in-law. He also attempted a similar burglary at another house but got only a bottle of perfume. Officer Barney Friery said his alarm went off at 6 a.m. and he Communists in Korea as "a des- on each share of common stock. perate enemy." He built his talk ^g dividend is paya bie June 29 around the urgency for prepared- to stockho i ders of record June 16, ness and the necessity for defense. 3352 Martin, who commanded the USS A dividend of "SI per share of San Jacmto during World War 11, cornrnon stoc k was declared one for more concerted efforts year ago. The stock, however, was "split two for one" last January, so the current dividend is the same as last year, directors said. on the part of everyone. Birds Find Haven On Panama island Less than three per Americans are illiterate. cent of Christopher Columbus was mar- WASHINGTON (U-R) — Members ried twice. awoke to see the startled burglar O f the western hemisphere's bird — running out the back door with population have found a wooded his pants. They had $40 in the Utopia on Barro Colorado Island pocket. • , j n the Canal Zone. Officer Friery, sleeping in the This 3,600-acre biological area buff, couldn't pursue but his provides haven for 306 different brother-in-law, Morgan Hill, who species of birds, according to a relived upstairs, took up the chase, port by Dr. Eugene Eisenmann of He caught up with the burglar New York City. Of these, 253 breed seven blocks away and succeeded in Panama or on the island "and in yanking the pants away but the the others have immigrated from burglar fled. North and South America. Later, though, he was picked up Administered since 1946 by the along a railroad track and admitt- Smithsonian Institution, the bird ed the burglary. He was carrying life on the island is rigidly pro- a bottle of perfume which Mrs. tected as an area for scientific V. NV Cable said an early-morning study. prowler took when she startled him The island provides four dis- as he attempted to steal her hus- tinct habitats FIRST CHURCH CHRIST, SCIENTIST Services Sunday—I1 A.M^ Sunday School—9:30 A.M. ' Wednesday Meeting—8 P.M. Heading Room Located. at Michigan and Nevada Streets, Open 1:30 to 4:30 PJVI. Mondays - Thursdays - Fridays . Wed. Hours 7 to 7:45 band's pants. To// Writer Cranks Ouf Firvrs &4..-S [' A more knowing- declarer would t J .• I /"*• i have put the heart Q on the origi- /V7(/$/CGf/ W0/7? •nal lead of the 9, which clearly ! advertised East's possession of .the A and J. That would have as- -sured two heart tricks if East •played low or if he took the A' ?and returned the suit—an early r throw-in play. Even if East used \ the A and returned a spade, .; West's'second heart lead would :have put South in position to de- .jvelqp two club tricks safely and •have his nine before the defense 'could beat him. Unsound use of the 10 on the first trick, how: ever.:doomed his contract. for the feathered creatures—a grassy strip along the Gatun Lake where the greatest number of birds can be found; Q- dark tropical forest which is pre-' f erred by the larger birds; ah open secondary forest with thick undergrowth, and many water-bordered sections which attract the wild fowl. A rainmaker claims by seeding NEW YORK, June 7 (IP!— Sup- the air in one section of the'coim- porters of Sen. Robert A. Taft for try he. can make it shower in an- the Republican presidential nom- other area three days laterl Let's ination came up Saturday with a hope he doesn't do his experiment- musical answer to the "I like Ike" ing on Wednesdays and Thursdays, song. The Taft campaign song, A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU AT THE Church Of Christ 7th STREET AT D AVIS ROAD .Lord's Day Services 10:30 A.M. and 7:00 P.M. Wednesday Service 7:00 P.M. Strictly New Testament Teaching and Practice^ Your Week-end Question What is the difference between "the mathematics of "distribution "'when ordinary hand shuffling' has -• been.~ done ~and when-the cards -have^been shuffled in one of the Jmany mechanical gadgets de- '"veloped for "that purpose? In iwhat way should that factor influ- -' cnce your bidding and play ? zoo logical," was introduced Thursday night at a Taft rally and ball at the Hotel New Yorker oy Soprano Elsie Hansen of Akron. 0., the Senator's home state. The music and lyrics were written by Florence Wickham, former Metropolitan Opera star. The song is an elephant's political census of zoo animals. Each verse gives an animal's reason for voting for Taft. One of the verses goes: ... , "Now as for mama kangaroo, "When she goes to the polls, her children go too; "What better example could mama plan. "Than to vote for Taft—Republican!" , J^SsT^S: vriS-^7; LAWN DELL HOMES Where farsighted planning and construction have joined to give Baytown its finest residential development % G.I. Loans or (No Down Payment To Veterans on. the G.L) Drive Out and See These Lovely 3 Bedroom Homes Priced from $9600 to $10,000. and offering more space and more attractive features than many new homes costing far more money. ~ - ... L&WNDEXX Is located In the big bend of Hwy. 146 between Pelly and East, Texas Avenue. See Sir. Plant, the salesman, in the office on Briarwood Drive DUAklC 0/111 any day until darlc_ 1 nUnL OT I i act for the encour- rning." copyright law .was Congress in 1790, only books,'charts, law was expanded fe in other literary s NORTH...0? THE MASON-DIXON LINE EAST ..;OF THE MISSISSIPPI SOUTH ...OF THE BORDER WEST ...OF THE ROCKIES COME THE FOLKS WHO MAKE UP A BIG PART OF BAYTOWN'S POPULATION v They Come With Their Own Habits, Their Own Philosophies, Their Own Traditions, And Pride In Their Own "Home Towns. 11 THEY CHOSE COME LIVE WITH US AND HAVE HELPED BAYTOW BECOME GREAT ROT HER, HOW'D YOU LIKE TO BE AND TRY TO PLEASE 24,000 PEOPLE CUSTOMS AND HABITS ARE DIFFERENT have written a jto copyright it. The ' iple. •k has to be pub- lotice of copyright tge. This memoran- psist of the word be year of publica- j legal name of the er. Sometimes it is [ sometimes it is the .t matter has to be tween the writer and another 28 years There are a f«]D Q? remember, thou/ a song and plaj out bothering }„ A PRETTY TOUGH JOB! UR BA YTO WN MER CHANT] s: . IIT EVERY DAY! ever. Duncan Emricla recorded tunes:: 1st 0, F. peaking on the Sub/ecf Mark of 7:45 P.M. TOMORROW Under The Bio Tent ONE BLOCK NORTH OF DECKER DRIVE IN COADY COMMUNITY Don't Miss Thl s Last Great Service! Sponsored By WUYE ASSEMBLY OF H. E. BLANSCET, Pastor ( book is published vcopies of the.boot Emrich Emrich himst of these by go£ railroad yards, ^ elsewhere to c? EVANGEUST O. F. CAPERS OF WACO, TEXAS TONIGHT: "My LiVs Story" BY Evangelist Capers That's The Reason Scores Of Out-of-Towners Are Seen Shopping IN BAYTOWN OUR STORES ARE BETTER THAN THOSE D THE AVERAGE CITY OF 100,000 PEOPLE

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