The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 22, 1956 · Page 11
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 11

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Thursday, March 22, 1956 Itoytainn M Mrs. Amelia Ford President Of Channel view Pilot Club Recently elected' officers of',the Channclvicw Pilots 'Club will ; bc installed April 17 at the Golf Cre.sc Country Club in Houston.' Mrs.; Amelia Word w'ls elected to hcsid the. Cliannolvlov. 1 women'.? civic organisation- following the. vote of the 17 members on the slate submitted by H nominating'commit- tee.' Xnmed to serve with MM. Word •were Mrs. Mary Disenthnll, first vice president: Mrs. Joyce Bowl- itijr. second vice president; Ereilla BoeUcr, treasurer; Mrs. Martha Tipton, secretary; and Mrs. Inez Gray, corresponding secretary. The officers elected will take office in May to replnco re-tiring officers Mrs. Hazel Booker, as president: Mrs. Amelia Word, first vice preskfent; and Mrs. Joyce Bowlinp. treasurer. Mrs. Tipton was re-elected for r> full term after serving a portion of the unexpirod term of Mrs. Agnes U.S. Trust Gets Out Of Stock Raising AUSTIN —UP— U.S. 'Trust and Guaranty Co.'s excursion into livestock raising: ended Thursday w th .the sale "by the collapsed company's receiver of 162 cows and six bill's for ?20,"iM. District Judjfe Charles 0. Belts approved the :;a!e. Liquidator -T. P.* Wheeler said the animals, all from the collapsed company's Spring: Valley farm near Waco, •were being sold to Curtis Poynor o£' Maypcarl. Brits, also approved the sale of scrap and junk" at the U.S. Automotive Service garage at McGregor to Wood and McXamara of Temple, who bid S5.UI7. U.S. Automotive was an affiliate of U.S. Trust and Guaranty Co. Bc-tts agreed to the payment of 51.50", to 'the c ty of Tyler and the Tyler school district for taxes levied again:-' U.S. Automotive Service, also in receivership. QUOTES From The News T5y f.\!T!-:n PHKSS CHICAGO — Adlni Slevvnson on the sujijestion that he take the No. 2"Vpt't on thr» Democratic ticket after his stunning- prmnry defeat in Minnesota: "I would be glad to consider rmything the man (Sen. Estes Kc- fauver's campaign manaperi said except that." MONTGOMERY, A!:'. — Mv:-:. ncorsria T. GJlmore. Nerro witness, on "nasty" bus drivers at the Montgomery bus boycott trial: "Well, when he says 'nigger' I wi'.s paying my faro. I didn't 1 ko tin 1 tone of his voice. They got their money. When they count that money 'hey don'! know Negro money from while money." XE\V YORK—Paddy Ch aye {sky. screen and television writer, on -winnmj' an Oscar for his film "Marty." "If I had no! got it I would Invo been awfully hurt and disappointed. T wanted it. I have fronds who say Ihcv don't care about it. , . 1 wanted it." NICOSIA. Cyprus-British Gov- rmor-Genvral Sir John Harding nn Cypriot rebels planting a lime bomb which didn't explode in his bod: '7 slrpt hotter last night than ever." Divorcee Is On Sfand In Pafernify Suif HOUSTON* —UP— An aliraotivo (livuiV'.-e who a':-"!!.*:*'.! a woallhy luir.be'-iivm of fai'iKTlng her six- w.^U-oli! d<n!;vhv,'r was to ntKiov- ii'.'t rro-;'5-o::ainination Thursday in Ivr si..5 million br.vieh of promise suit against Die man. Mr::.' Gi'-rtrude. V.'alU-rs. 37. testified in dirocl f.xaminalinn that Ivr sni'll <:;!:i!;ht:\'-. Deborah G'IVO. was f.uhored by Henry M. KoA-v.-H!. ;V>. She- sai'l slv h'-id a iiiuiil);'!- of "<l;iios" wi!h I-JockwoIl last yoa>-. Mr.':. \Valtoi-.a tosiifiod W.'ilnos- <!:•" tint !':r\':!;wi'll h.'!<! first proposed a "trial marriage" to her :i!'d thon ])rfinos;vl f.-r-mal nirr- ria;o, Sho r.--.:d ho ha'-I:ed out of tli- !:•!!"•• jvenos:-!. Roekw.-'l'himflf testified tlv-U h" h-id (i.-'i:vl pi;: n;!'-r vonuvi. ipclrdiir,' liis former wife, between yp-,-..,-,!;,,;]-. i!):vi, and ilio oiul of 1!).V>. Mo •::•,:,! h:- n.nv-r {old M;-.--. W-.-l- ters b- would m irry hor. Rock- w.'ll lv;s c i!!od hoi 1 charges "a lot of p.-ipnycpck." Slv !•; ;i.':i::iv; .''I niii)inii i'l .-irCia! i7Ti-i.':;;\'; and S.'.no.onn oxonvbry Sicbert, who moved {rpm Channelview. The Pilots Club won the McCall magazine'award for civic improve- .mont for its work in sponsoring the public library in Channelview. News Briefs Sees Way Trhougli T.lass AMARILLO —UP— A burglar was almost caught in an Amartl- lo drug store, police reported, but got away because he refused to let a plate glass window stop him. When the burglar found the front door locked and heard police coming in the back of the building, he plowed through the big window and escaped. San Antonio IMun Killed SAN ANGELO, Tex. —UP—Weidon -Hickey of San Antonio was Wiled instantly, officers said, when his truck smashed off U.S. 87 Wednesday about 1-1 miles east oi San Angelo. Want Federal Aid AUSTIN —UI— The Texas Highway Commission and State Highway Engineer D. C. Greer have asked Texas Congressmen to press for early enactment of a program to boost federal highway aid to the states. They said the "unprcsedented growth 1 ' of Texas" population and motor vehicle total "has created a traffic load... in excess of the ability of the present system to cam- with comfort, speed and safety." 'Crash Kills Two MONAHANS. Tex. —UP— Raymond Singleton of Talco, Tex., and Norman Lee Wilborn of Abilene were killed Wednesday when their automobile turned over eight miles south of Monahans on SH 82. Both men were oil field rough- hocks, highway patrolmen said, and were traveling "at a very high rate of speed." Bond Issue Rejected GRAND PRAIRIE. Tex. —UP —Grand Prairie voters turned down a proposed S.1.7 million bond issue io be used for improving and, extending the city's sewage system, complete returns from Wednesday's election showed. The vote was GSO in favor of the issue and S76 against il. Funeral Director Killi-il MARSHALL. Tex. —UP—Lawrence W. Slayton, 33, a Groesbeck funeral director, was killed Wednesday when his ambulance smashed into the rear of a truck between Marshall and Henderson. Officers said he skidded after slowing down to see if the driver of a car in a ditch needed help. Olmnliiii Suspends Nwspitpi'r BOGOTA. Colombia —UP—The newspaper Infonnacion. which defied censorship by print ng an attack by ousted ex-President Lan- reano Gomez on Colombia's present government, has been forced to suspend publication. Informa- cion did not appear Wednesday, and observers here believe it probably will be closed down for good. I'rotcsfs Antiirrlic IJaw SANTIAGO, Chile —UP— The government announced Thursday it has filet! a formal protest against the establ shment of two British bases in Antarctic territory disputed by the two countries. Vjsr-'.lion Siti- Unknown W ASH I N G T 0 N —UP—The Whiie Mouse 1 said Wednesday it Ivis no information on reports that President Eisenhower may dec de to vacation in Wisconsin instead of Denver this summer. Press secretary James C. Hagerly told newsmen: "I know of no summer plans for the President." Even Italian Students No Longer Study Latin ROME —UP— The Italian government decided Thursday that 1/itiu is as ih'ful as the Roman Kmphv. Minister of Public Instruction P.'.olo Kas.si said in an interview with a Bologna newspaper that students in junior high schools no longer will be taught the language of their ancient forefathers because they would have no use for it in later life. THREE MONTHS after the purchase of a new truck chassis for 52,556.04. Springfield, O., central engine house firemen completed the above ladder truck, appraised at $20.000 to 325,000. Strictly on a voluntary basis, every central station man worked on the truck, salvaging everything possible from two outdated vehicles. Metals, welding-, painting ajid other expenses totaled $1,511.79, bringing the total cost to 54,067.83. , •( International} Cub Pack 87 To Compete For Pennants Highlands Cub Scout Pack 87 will have a meeting at 7 p.m. Monday at which time pennants will be presented to the den having the best attendance, composed of Cubs, leaders, parents and guests, and the most advancement in each rani-:, .M. S. Coyle. cubmaster. said that in a brief business meeting the parents present will be asked "to approve the pack budget recom- mended the pack committee. "Pack ST is preparing to launch a continuous paper salvage drive to, provide funds for additional Cub Scout activities," Coyle said. A committee.composed of Coyle, Bob Martin, assistant cubmaster and Wallis Hunt, pack committee chairman, is studying plans for collection boxes to be conveniently located for public contributions of waste paper. At 7 p.m. Thursday in the recreation room of the Highlands Methodist church pack'leaders and parents will have the fifth in a series 'of six two-hour Cub basic training sessions. Dr. Frank Spuhler of the East Harris County District Training committee is conducting- the sessions. The final session will be at 7 p.m. March 29 in the recreation room. Crosby's Jaycees To Elect Officers And New Directors The Crosby Junior Chamber of Commerce will elect,officials for 1956: Thursday at a membership meeting slated, for the Crosby Fire' 'Station. Odell Stasney. boardmember, said nominations will be • made from the floor, and Jaycees at the 7:30 p.m. meeting, will name officials to replace retiring: President Claude Havard, Jimmie Peitrich; first vice-president, C. D. Ramsey, second vice president; W. D. Barge, secretary-treasurer; and A. J. Stasney, state director. Retiring members,'of .the board of directors -whose successors will be named ;are: Tex : Tyler, Joe Cream, Clarke Heironimous and O. H. Stasney. The directors-elect will serve •with hold over beard members James Marek, Keith May and Willie Lee Ewell. The Crosby Jaycees are completing their first year of activity during which they,have sponsored such projects aa the Teenage Road- eo, a clean-up paint-up campaign, a banquet for the Buffalo team members and numerous others of civic value. Membership in the one-year-old 1 club now numbers 45, according to Stasney. Confirmation Election On Crosby Water District Set Fungi and insects take, their'toll of seven billion dollars a vear in the .United States. An election to confirm the Harris County Fresh Water and Supply District No. 31 has been set for April 7 at the home of E. C. Runneberg in Crosby. The move to establish the district in the 185 acres surrounding the new Crosby Methodist .church and .Section 1 of the Rur.ijeberg subdivision, was approved by Har- X-Ray Unit In Crosby On Friday The Harris County mobile x-ray unit will be in Crosby Friday according to Mrs. Claudie Mae Spencer, school nurse. Scheduled stops of the unit'*are at the Crosby:Junior High School from 8 a.m. until 12 noon, and at the Drew School from 1'pjn. until 3 p.m., Mrs. Spenser said. The Crosby Junior Chamber, of Commerce is sponsoring the annual affair, and will defray the small charge for the -x-ray for underprivileged children. Mrs. Spenser said persons interested in. having an x-ray may apply at the mobile unit. Children under 12 years of age are not eligible '.for participation. A fee of 50 cents for adults and 25 cents for children will be charged. ris County commissioner? March 12 and the confirmation election set ' The petition for organizing the district presented to the commissioners included the names of the six taxpaymg residents of the area, E. C. Runneberg, G. H. Rane3', Gladys Raney. W, R. Whitencr, Mrs. Elizabeth Whiten er and Desidirio Cantuas, candidate!-' for the five posts. Conducting the election will tw Mra. Rosemary Ransom, election chairman, Mrs Louise Reynolds, assistant, and Mrs. Lois Kuntz aid Mrs. Annie Sanders, clerks. Qualified voters are those taxpaying residents of the district who hold 1956 poll tax receipts. If the temperature of the earth The harvest fish Is so named were 200 or more degrees below from the time of its annual ap- zero Centigrade, the whole atmos- pearance at harvest time. It is phere would be liquid. much like the pompano in shape. Thod Felton's , K1T01.1). Ind. An auto <?rivca by a BloomTioH phy.sician >;!\id "<:<} mi ,--. slid; iri'. plnn:.Toii' ovc;- .'"i rir'o."nU',r> .1!. 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