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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 2

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Page 2 (Rjr. Bai Thursday, March 22,1956 In Jndge'i Pocket Whfl« superior court judge James C. Shannon was listening to a crira- • trial case, a thief entered his cbam- ;bcrs and took **1 from his coat pocket Oscars East Harris-- Noon Call IRON SON NOW SHOWING THRU SATURDAY FIVE DEAD MEN LID KIM DOWN A TRAIL OF NO RETURN! Starring RICHARD WIDMARK DQHNAPJEED 'WILLIAM CAMP3EU. JOHN MclNTIRE ' LAST TIMES TODAY ACADEMY AWASD "MARTY" — and — "THE TW3OKLE IX GOD'S Saturday CORKEL BOBCHERS Academy Award Winning Foreign Star with. ROCK HUDSON America's Top ilale Lend . * . 1ft "NEVER SAY GOODBYE" Starring: — ROCK HUDSON Cornel Barehers KOW SHOWING THRU SATURDAY j UNFORGETTABLE CLASSIC. ! STORY OF THE EARLY WEST ! I xsr, CCOTT AU&tEY 'IS BRADY-TOTTER tir^ , BmsT TUCKER TRUCOLOR * X'nd. "AT ^GUNPOINT" Color arid Cinemaicope — Sts.rr:ng — FRED MacWURRAY DOROTHY MAI-ONE TCNilL- >RN A PGPHN" . (Continued 'From Pa?e One) cars for best direction, to Delbert Mann, and for best screen play to Paddy Chayefsky. Other major awards included: Best song — "Love Is a Many- Splendored Thing'' by Sammy Fain and Paul Francis Webster. Motion picture story — "Love Me or Leave Me,' 3 Daniel Fuchs. Story and screen play — "Interrupted Melody," William Ludwig- and Sonya " Lcvien. Musical - scoring— "Oklahoma! ," Robert Bennett, Jay Blackton, Adolph Deutsch. Dramatic scoring 1 — "Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing," Alfred Newman.' Editing — "Picnic," Charles Nelson, William Lyon. Special effects — "The. Bridges at Toko-Pa." Color cinematography — "to Catch a Thief," Robert Burks. Black-and-white cinematography —"The Rose Tattoo," James Wong Howe, Two-reel short susjecis — "The Face of Lincoln." One-reel short subject — "Survival City." Cartoon'— "Speedy Gonsales." Sound — "Oklahoma!," Fred Hynes, Documentary — "Men Against. the Arctic" and "Helen Keller 'in Her Story." (Continued From Pag-e One) cratic professionals because he campaigned' against the "bosses" four years ago,' when he lost the nomination to Stevenson, and is doing the same again. Stevenson responded to his defeat by declaring his intention to "work harder than ever" for the nomination. He must slug 1 if he expects to reverse the result in Minnesota, where the "baclcncr of the state organisation seemed to stack the cards in his favor. Late returns showed Kefauver had 254.551 votes to Stevenson's 179,452. "1 UP TO j $1,000.00 j ON A I NEW 1956 DODOE ERNIE DITTMAN 8 I 707 EAST TEXAS I have a Bring the family for t luxurious week-end at The Sham- rex:k-Hiltoa. Attractive family- budget rat« (double roomi at SS.OO psr day for three days, Friday! through Sundays) ire in effect. No chsrg* for children under 14 occupying rooms »'itb parents. Wtitt tr till t. H. ""«'«" BriU tsr rstirritisis. Hou»t«i (Continued From PHRO One) their time to mailing out contribution cards, promoting Coffee Day. and assisting in details of the Mothers March through Mrs. Herschel Scott's Jaycotte special events committee. "I also wish to thank Mrs'. George Spangler and all the mo, tliers who staffed the Mothers March," Sattervvhite concluded. . Mrs. George Spangler also joined Sat'.erwhiie in issuing thanks to all who assisted in the drive. "I am especially grateful to all the mothers who helped in the Mothers March which they staged on schedule despite adverse weather," she said. "I am sure even-one who contributed to the campaign fund feels better for having helped a worthy cause which all of us fervently hops will soon find a cure and prevention for crippling polio," Mrs. Spangler concluded. Weather (Continued. .From Page One) ing in the extreme southeast section of the state. Forecasters said the clouds \vould begin clearing Thursday from the west, and the entire state should ba mostly clear by Friday. The weather bureau reported a line oi severe thunders terms began about sundown Wednesday in the Marlin-Rosebud-Cameron area with several funnel clouds sighted. Heavy rain and hall the size of marbles was reported eight miles northwest o£ Beaumont and a thunderstorm hit near Corpus Christ! Wednesday night Hail hit the lower Rio Grande Valley late in the day. Bill Pate, owner oi the Texano ranch near the Mexican border in Hidaljro county, said it was toe biggest hail storm he had ever seen in the Valley, Considerable damage was reported to cantaloupe crops in the VsUcy. Wir.dov,- pines were smashed in stores ar.d houses in Rio Hondo. Some utility wires were blown down and up to four inches of rain were measured at the western entl of the Valley in a brief torrential downpour. Other tornado funnels were reported sighted. 20 miles north of Alice and near George West, about 60 miles to the north. Hail and rain also fell in the Troy and Moody areas north of Temple. Hail and some high Trinds were reported at Harlinffen, Raymond- viile end P.io Hondo and at Port Isabel on the coast. Two commercial airliners made unscheduled landings at Corpus Christ! because their pilots considered weather too turbulent in that area Wednesday afternoon. Some heavy rains fell Wednesday along the upper coast Refugio reported 2.5 inches and Bee- viile 1.67. Sides were clear over West Texas Thursday, but temperatures were down as much as 15 degrees from Wednesday's lows, Dalhart and Lubboclt reported the lowest, 2$ degrees, and Amarfllo had a 29, compared with a low of 43 Wednesday morning 1 . • ' Other low readings early Thursday mostly were in the -ICs, with a 53 at Brownsville the highest minimum. Other rainfall measurements for the 24-hour period ended at 6:30 a.m. Wednesday included Port Arthur 1.43, Texarkana 1.10. Calveston .53, Lufran .23, Brownsville .22, Victoria .18 and less than .10 at Corpus Christi, Dallas, Austin and Houston. Stock Quotes (Courtesy Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Beane) Alleg Ludlum 40Vi AllLs-Cbalmcrs 7i 'Amor Cyan 72 A T & T m-M Anaconda Cop 83',^ Andcr-Prcchard L . 65% Beth Steel 162% Celaneso 18% Cclotex •. 40W. Chrysler Corp 77% Cities Sorv 64 %. Columb Gas 16 Creole Pet SO Dow Chem ....• 68% Du Pont Chem 228 K Dresser 64% Eastman Kodak St9i El Paso Nat'l Gas 45 Fair-child Eng 13% Freeport SiUph 9G Ford ........... 60% Gen Electric ;. 63% Gen Motors 47% GenTcleph 41*J Gen Tb% & Rub 61% Gillette Saf 49 & Goodyear Tire •.... 70->i Greyhound Bus 14% Gulf Oil 95">i Gulf Stat Util 42 Houston Oil 16014 H. L. & P. 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Oil Ohio 63^ Stan Oil X J 58% Sun Oil 76% Sunray-Mid Corn 26fi Tennessee Gas 28% Texas Co 128 Texas Gulf Prod 40'i Tex Gulf Sulph .,.-.. 36vi Tidewater Corp 44 •Textron 24-"i Union C and C 120^ Union Oil of Calif S9 5 i U S Steel 58'.; United Airlines 43^ United Carbon <ili Wodley Petr •.«. 57-J-i Feb NO Cotton .'.'Up 1 Alum Ltd 120-i TTHUJ SAT. unrestroin uninhibited woman end ths jealous fury her GREY * PAVAN • COOPER HIGHWAY 146 The TRAIL Of The LONESOME PINE COVETED OSCA1I YOU TOO, WILL SAY SHE'S WONDERFUL WHEN YOU SEE "THE ROSE TATTOO" STARTING SUNDAY HAVE YOU TRIED OUR GOLDEN BROWN FRIED CHICKEN? You Really Haven't Kalen Until You Do. \t Only Dinner nomis Owned and Home Operated Mean Lower Prices For You CALL 3380 FOR TAKE HOME ORDERS BROWS CHICKEN SHACK E. Texas ATR. 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