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S . 4S?i I SAY UP TO $600.00 ON A NEW 1956 PLYMOUTH "I . 59-H . 43 ?, ' . 54H .: 57-H Uo 5 (Continued From Page One) that compose the telephone instrument and- the countries from -svhSch material for the parts eorass. Color telephor.esi make up another phase of the display, and 'descriptive charts' reflecting- the growth. of the Bsjiown telephone system will be exhibited. Among company officials who vrill be in • Baytown for the open house are W- G. Wright, presideat: E. H, Banner, operating vice president, both frona San Aiigelo: ajid M. S. Laage, sotithera civisioa manager from Robsww-n, 3THVKSDAT S:40 .Morning Devotional? 6:45 Georjte Loesner ,:tw Today 9:00 Dinjr Dong School 9:SO Ernie Kovac 10:00 Home 11:0* Tennessee Ernie U:SO Feather Xest 12:00 T\" Kitchen 12:30 >r<vrie Date ,2:00 >'B( 3:00 Datn With 3:1.5 Modem Romances S:30 Queen For A Day 4:00 Matinee 4:Sfl Howdy Doody 5:00 Looney Town 5:30 Kamar of Junjcl* 6:00 World At Large 6:10 Today In Sport* 8:15 Xews; Weather 6:30 Dinah Shore 6:45 Xews Caravan 7:00 Groncho Man 7:30 Cisco Kid S:00 ISpy 8:30 Ford Theater S:00 Lax Theater 10:00 Crunch and D« 3Q:T3 ?Cews; Weather 10:45 Les Paul-Mary Ford 10:50 Mann About Sports 11:00 Tonigrht 12:00 Sijrn Off I Highway ERNIE DITTMAN I 707 EAST TEXAS (Continued From Page One) on the new bridges over Buffalo Bayou at S9th rtseet, and this improvement will eiLTiioate a. bottleneck that has forced many Baytown car drivers to use the Houston route by way of Pasadena and the Gulf Freeway. Contracts are now let for most of the work along the 530.000,000 highway |.i Chambers and Jefferson counties also VKUNSON ENOS TONITE! KATHARIN[HEPBURN ^SUMMERTIME" THURSDAY THRU SATURDAY HT MELD TOE SBCMET THXtm SMFTT CMAVESt BOGKLOSII RICHARD WIDMARK DONNA REED WILLIAM CAMPBELL JOHN MclNTIRE * *' ENDS TONITE * "A MAN ALONE with RAY MILLAND TONIGHT IS FAMILY BARGAIN NIGHT ENTIRE FAMILY—SOc THURSDAY THm SAT. THE VANISHING * 2ND FEATURE * "AT GUNPOINT" — STARUING — FRED MacMURRAY DECKER TONfTE — *J. AND ; KKATHKR" THURSDAY ONLY LICENSE NIGHT COM '.v C;KT rr: 2200— 7 P.>r. fTCATURK — n rnr — HEllE'S O.VK HOI K OF 1U1AMU.LY "CORN A POPPIN" PORT TODAY & THURSDAY 2 BIG FEATURES ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATIONS! "MARTY" AS BEST PICTURE ERNEST BORGINE AS BEST ACTOR JOE MANTEL AS BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR BETSY BLAIR AS BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS ALL OF THEM IN MARTY 11 i i CHANNEL H.KGUL-TV WED>'ESDAT 5:00 11 Video Lane 5: SO »w-s; Weather 5:45 Douij Edwards 6:00 I Married Joan fi:SO Boston Biackie 7:00 Arthur Godfrey 8:00 The Millionaire 8:30 Tv e Got A Secret .9:00 20th Century Fox 10:00 Science Fiction 30:30 Late Show 12:15 Dateline Europe 12:45 Xews; Sir" Off THTJKSDAY 6:30 Rurai Reveille 7:00 Get Up Time 7:55 News 8:00 Captain Kangaroo 8:55 Island Headlines 9:00 Garry Moore 9:30 Arthur Godfrey 10:30 Strike It Rich 11:00 Valiant Lady 11:15 Love O; Life 11:30 Search For Tomorrow 11:45 Guiding Lisht 12:00 Stu Envin Show. 12:30 Love Story 1:00 Baby Time 1:15 Robert Q. 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Preston 7:00 Hob Cummines 7:30 Climax 8:30 Four Star Playhons* 9:W) Johnny Carson s:30 Quiz Kids 30:00 ConHdential File 10:30 Late Show 12:15 Dateline Europe 12:45 News; Sign Off CHANNEL 13, KTRK-TV WED.VESDAY 5:00 Mickey Mouse Club 6:00 Foy Willing 6:15 Xe'ws; Weather 6:20 Disneyland 7:30 MGM 1'arade 8:00 Masquerade Party 8:30 Break The Bank 9:00 Wednesday Fiehts 9:55 Star Ste*-l Sports 30:00 Xews 30:15 Town and Countrj- 10:30 Mystery Omnibus 11:00 News JI:05 To B;- Announced 11:20 Sign Off THURSDAY 7:45 Anthem; Prayer 7:55 News; Weather 8:00 PJayranrh 9:00 Romper Koom 10:00 Beulah in:. c ,0 f folly wood Theater 31:45 Kitirik Comics 12:W) Midday Movie 1:30 The RuKRlcK 2:f« Film Festival 4:00 Adventures 4:30 Little Jtasc.'ifs 5:00 Mickey Mouse Club 6:00 Foy Willing 6:15 News; Weather 6:30 Lone Hanger 7:00 Bishop Sheen 7:30 Slop The Mugio 8:00 Star Tonight 8:30 Long John Silver 8:00 Grand Opry Stars 9:30 Ken Murray 30:00 News JOM.5 Town and Country 10:30 Mystery Omnibus 11:00 New* 11:05 To He Announced 11:20 News; Sign Off ALSO ON THE SAME PROGRAM MICKEY ROONEY rv A fWAxn \F.\V KOIX 'THE TWINKLE M GOO'S EYF FROEHNER Bridge (Continued From rate One) Chabmers county would be rapid on eornpietion of the project. Ke said Baytown is about to run out of growing room and net-ded the undeveloped area of Chambers county, screws the county-Sine bayou, for further expansion. He said the proposed bridg-e would shorten the present road to Point Banw, Humble''s Trinity Bay oil production Iwse, He said expansion of the area would iead io further advancement in Baytown's downtown development. Busch added that the project is being- pushed now so it could be. included in a county-wide bond issue. if ar.d when one is submitted. i Commissioner Ramsey said there {might be a bond issue submitted i later on, but felt he would decline ! full support of the bridge project. | Judge Casey said "there" are ] pressing 1 needs nii over Harris County for all available funds in possible bond issues that might be submitted, maybe later in the year. "Commissioner Ramsey is under ! the gun here," Judge Casey said. ] "He has a big pr:? ! r":t, lots of 1 work is needed, and you have no I commitment out of Chambers I .county. I believe we will have to i wait until you have something- def- j inite on this project from Chambers county-." Buseh countered '.rith "we're r.ot going to take no for an answer." Mayor R. H. Pniett said the City of Baytown would do the best it coald for the project, if and when planned, obtain right-of-way or any other way possible. Busch said he felt Harris county should pay at least two-thirds of the cost. Judge Casey commented ''you Ml never get it built then." "I don't believe you're enthusiastic enough." Busch observed. "Our enthusiasm,'' said Judge Casey, "is tempered v,-ith other problems, pressing needs all over the county, in : the back of our Tninds." A, C- Kraft said "*.ve have faith in our county officials. They have other obligations.. This, is a big-. county. No doubt some cf th£-peo"=- pie up a-ound Lake Houston are after them for their projects too. Of course now. -.ve'il take ail we can get and ask for more. I'll go along with our county officials." Endorsement of the proposed bridge came from James Harrop, Vernon Wright. Theo Wilburn. John. Kilgpre. William Quarts and R. B. Kemphill. C. D. Midcfieto.i, Baytowrj city manager, said the suggestion that the city bea,arpart of the cost Jcfj the city on the sj>ot. He said the city now has only 560,000 a year Stork Stops« Is Ther e Need ?-- Wednesday, March; 21, 1956 . Mr. :and Mrs- James R. Couplami of''Deer-.Park-announce the birth of a son, Gary Don, March 20 in San Jnciuto Mcmoria! hospital ''Ho .weighed'sown pounds and 14 oime.es. Grandparents are.Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Todd of Baytown find M'r. and Mrs. J. M. Couplond of Duke, Ok!a. HOLIDAY Mr. and Mrs. Morris Holiday are parents of a son, Stephen .Morris,, born ' March IS; in San Jncint.o Memorial hospital. Grancfpsrents are Mr. and Mrs. P. \V. Smith of Cedar Bayou and Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Holiday of Baytown. Mrs. Amanda Holiday is the baby's screat-srandmotht-T. BATTEKBEK Mr. and Mrs. Vcrnon A. Baiter- bee, 1203 Stricklin, announce the birth of a daughter, Laura Kay, March 1'S in Baytown hospital. She weighed seven pounds ami four ou.nees. HOUSING FOES CHALLENGED TO GIVE BETTER SOLUTION w. RADIO SERYfCE Mynn-- (Continued From fa.sc One) sored by Ki-v\-aa3s International. From 1953-1955 he servwf as chairman of its Texas-pklahonia district, and was named a member of the 1956 Khvanis International ccmmiltae and districft committee on Kev clubs. to maintain streets, and unless additional funds are raised from additional taxes, or a bond issue, the city would be very limited in its participation. Commissioner Ramsey supported two committee proposals, vidensng Bayv.'ay Drive from the city limits to its extension with Decker, and extension a:ic? widening- of North Main to its itersection with State Highway 73. Judge Casey said he and other msmbers of the cou'rl would be happy to meet with officials from Chambers County and the City of BayiO'.vn to work, out an eqintable financing- of the project. "This project would be a wonderful thing for Chamber^ County and the City of Baytowr. and they should be interested in it." Judge Casey said. Present at the meeting were committee members Busch. Robert C. Eeeman, AV. D. Broyies, James Harrop, Heir.phil!. \V. E. John M. Kill^ore, Kraft, Lowell Lammers, Max Xuilall. Pruett, Quartz. T. J. Short, W. R. Sloan. Sam Stassi, Theo Wilburn. F. A- Richardson, AVright. George Chandler a.nd Mid- dlcton. Opponents of public housing' in Baytown were challenged Wednesday to come up with a better plan, for meeting the need for low-rent living quarters. T. P, Scale, chairman of the Greater Baytown Improvement group, declared that the matter is SUN SPOTS .(Continued From I'ajre One) Pock Meeting CUB SCOUT Pack 100 will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Scout house on Texas avenue, D. O. Huddle, cubmaster, announced Wednesday. School Ends CORPORATION COURT Judge James A. Girardeau and 1 Police Chief W. R. Montgomery who are attending a traffic school in Austin, are expected to return to Bay- to\vn Wednesday nigh;, Tv.-o Baytown patrolmen also arc- attending '.he school. Engineers To Meet Texas Section of the American Society of .Mechanical Engineers will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. J. G. Traxler, assistant division head, maintenance and construction division, will speak on "New Mechanical Organization and Its Interrelated Functions With Engineering Division," in the game room of the Baytown Community house. Following the principal address a question and answer session will be held. ' . . Primary « (Continued Frum Page One) On the basis of late returns, that •A-ould give Kctauvcr 24 of the state's 30 convention votes, Kefauver told a cheering- victory celebration "I believe this primary marks the turning point in the campaign for the B-emo- cratic nomination." His national campaign manager, F. Joseph .(Jlggs) Donohue. went Kefauver one better. He said the Democrats "would be committing political suicide" if they don't give Kefauvcr the nomination. •one.- which deserves public debBtr-. "There are only. 'two real Issues involved," he insisted, "First, is there a need for low-rent housing in Baytown? Second, what is the best method of meeting any such ' tive. If they object, to the proposed .p'la'n, let them come forward With an alternative."' "Even UR\ most casual observer," he continued, "may per- ceivo.thaL there is no decent housing available for widows with dependent children . -or for elderly couples whose income is barely $.100 per month, , "A glance at the rolls of local welfare agencies will show the need for such housing," declared Scale. "The real question then is how it can best be provided." "A sane solution has been, suggested by the Baytown Housing Authority." be continued. "The members of this board are all Baytown refinery workcrs-rti. C. Behymer, Rodger Read, B. J. Davison, C. L. Thorpe and O- H. Olive. They have spent long hours studying the situation, serving without pay und motivatr-d only by humanitarian, patriotic impulses. They believe that pvibltc housing is the answer." Scale decried efforts to becloud the real issue by raising what he termed irrelevant arguments. 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