The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 22, 1956 · Page 32
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 32

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32 Jt *ittt Here And There- t • * • • in deer park Mexico To Increase Fishing Ground Patrol .Thursday,. March 22, 1956 'Hams' Study Mobile Rigs As Project A club project: of if, or .15 mobile station assembly room. Code cliis.s- \\7,NRS, .will conduct. bojrirmpr's By TEKV PRESOOTT l>r'Cr Park C 'orresrxiridciH I'liom- GR .4-Si5fi K 'n-^fMjvic-ir'ten&l ^•^•- *** "'*" ******** "* a - r "«' uw « f os wil1 ^ ™« ««=» Friday from ,,utio theory classes after the clnb ;"?!, "be Inc^^r^" month'o ful " re activilios ° f U ' c B «- vlow " "v^'? V'"" a ' Ui <"> »"••*»"* ^""^ ^ protect "our rich fishing- grounds Am !»''»r R-'irhn Club at its meet- £];• at 110 , ar '"ory .startinif at ~~ ! r the irom_ t'oroisn pirates who ' engage i"S .'it the Bayt.own National Guard . > ''°. !?;"^ Klll <Tf. L. Risingcr. "Try Sun Clu.oslfioil Ails. is to icseh boys building- and tvm- he feels "it's a good thine foi ing of motors and gives them a boys. It creates,, interest in the in fishing activities alrm- Vur .\rmorv i-han.-v to take part jr. a competi- youngsters and aive.s the police coasts" the nav miiv'---'"" -in ' A Hot Rod dub. unck-r the lead- live snort which makes them a department-an opportunity to »ot n ninccd Tlnirsd-iv" ""'' ' U'O Pohler, manager of activities. *rship of j. 15. Frasi,-r. hus hem nariy of -w^ty. better a.quainted with Uvn*ger\" The minislrv oniercd <ix patrol Sflld cost o{ lho u » ils - a<*™ibk-d • nwrn.** -n .bee, anc. U,> aU> points out that s omo Tlso organizaiion is temporarily lxwls imo Se ;. vic0 noxt ',„„,;,, , o „., a ,.,„,, projpot> u - 0 ,, Ui bo in Ulc ^.^f^'-i -r» isry^^'s/'s,:;: r;s,ir;;,ss ±NS-,s 3,j"' M ;s;' sss "sn-a -fr " -"r".™"* purpose, according to President "They ihink of ii as a plaoe where each Monuay. At 1 p.m. each Sun- the -piracy" clnr«e< in the V.<=t «» ci ri 'Mv to »o on the air. Jack .Moore. ":s to promote better the boys ran be rowdy an.i speexi day club members gather on P have been" levelled" against Anieri- Bo! > Franklin. \V;>OX, told of his Young Demos RALPH YARBOROUGH will be th<> principnl speaker at ,v meeting sponsored by East Hnrns County Young Democrat;? al ":SO p.m. jfon- ciay. The meeting;, open to the mib- )io, will be held at the Odd Fellows Hall on East Texas. drivers." in Suupeu-up oars. Thai is not the Fr«icr, .v.i'o mc-chflnies teacher object; ut aii." he said, Ir, Dc-f'r Park school, .said the club Police Chief H. R. SneH said Television Glances- 15y AtU.fAM KW.U.D lor l^rCi's "A Xiaht to Remem- XKW VOKtC -.-I."; 5 — From no« T bor," ,-i current Ivst-iioiler ::bt«.it on. the S:> Ti'rjrn.- ir-ny conio TO the sinking of the Tiwrsie in iSi'2. be known a? ;he ship that launched i, - Mmfi \ o ,; t w bt , a 1ob wilh a thousand i-.hf.sc>. ,, .hoi;san(i ;i>-pc-cts. Yoiril" set: the • A- least ;iro!;:;d T\"^s Krai! resiuis of iheir TiUnic efforts next "liieairr. v;ec4: on your home screen via 't -rt-p? VA\-}y iiu> >-car thai tiie XBC-T\\ : r K '" ^ n ^,f : l,y^'^\.;:^J 1 v' I r '^ By £ ' :ir - il i5 1he bi g?«3 '«'«? a no M'ciCinney. McKirmey. desipi- er of j'.iore tii.'iri 4.0tHi sets for Krai't over the past five years. "•.corked for three v.'eeks repixxhic- ifig parts o; the Titsaic, "Riyhi no\v it looks as if we'll have ~-> spenltittg- parts and 43 set=." s.-iid MeKinney. --Tnere nlli be 4S ?.e-,;r,r>- in the rirst net alone." "We itsral'.y -ase about four cameras. j.*or this production vce'l! - Ir.stallasion o: office:! 1 ? of two have six n-itli nvo in reserve. ZCh.HRnelview Psren'-Teacher-; As- ^"nere we v,.-=ua;;y have a crew of <so~miC'ns has been set for Aprii 3 about eight men. this lime it will i?: 'he KientenliirY Sc^oo; Auditor- ^~~ ^~ V*"e're sr^tKiiiisr about S-x!.- •jum. ' (< & l 0:l - sc-enery and effects alone, Mrs. Beulah Rniner. presiceni of i5 ^:bie our iisu^l outlay." for drsjj- can fi.-rliinsr boats. work on ino meters in preference ~" of the usual nmateiir hand of 10 The oil industry h.--s mannired to nunors The group has chfl.'iKed itt- code class iron', the Buytown Communi- .'•-,.., ,-.-;'.ii,j,.n'i.. .-.l.v i (.-^,1 ; v, ,. , ^ , Cv:!s OUon, ircR-snrer Hnbba Me- i"' 1 ' l '^, b:lnvls of 110VV .-^. A d,p : .ty from Shell Oii'co. (^ ^ 5 > !; i ^o Of . oi! .? lwl " Wtl du> - Groups To Install Officers April 3 Or';;<--r adults . holpir.tj . in the or- g-sni7.;it:o!i arc R. !.. Tranimi,-;! and Jimmy \V;vl!ctr. Thr-*t-' two. aioug- with S:io:i :ind KrsT.ior, \viil supervise the boys a: the regular nivot- ;i:g-s and u: tbf' ciras: ?;rip. Spectarors at the Sunday moet- ::•§•$ may observe from a park?n<r .lor. with a C.T con; charge required "or cr.ch car. Proceeds from the !or. and concessions will be usej !or ciub oxpt'n.s''s. Sam Houston Student Is 'Practicing' Here Robert E. Lee high school Agri- culf.jre department wiH be hoft for the- next two months to Roy Young, "p r a c t i c p'' agriculture teaclu'.- from Sam Houston State Teaohersi Coiieg-e. Younsr I? majorin .sin Asrricul- ture education at Sam Houston. Vi'lii!.? here ;-,•> will practice reaching- Agriculture i, '2 and ." classes, in.? the pr.si 22 years. ty House to the Baytown police the 3 lib oistrict of the stats P-TA, a former actor who with J. E. Ethridge arid R. L. „, , . ^ ... ., _ Mc.Kinnev repj'oihicsd almost al Eleven lO twve wun ^frs. Bev- of , he f]oatine"hot?i-amon? other prn- are ^cuienant D- A. Swif. ,„;„„_ six of -- hc Til:!fiiC - s - cabln# Jr., vjts presiuent: Mrs. Joe Ber- t , vo ,~,^ Q rooms, the crow's ne-t, heri. secretary: and Mrs. O. \\. the three first ciass decks, the Tidmon. ire:i-~urer. steerage, the shin's Pajisian cafe, Mrs. p.ainer -will also Install Al- i«a sine-king roni,' boiler room and Jen Barnes, a? president; Mrs. lifebontF. Pauiine \Tard. treasiirer; Mrs. J. "We're braidins n duplicate of B. Pitkin, vice president: and Mrs. the ship's grsnd staircase which R. Storbie, r.u? officials of the Elo- '-"a.s SO feet across nrid SO fi-et imeniarj- School P-TA. ! '-^." said McKin.ney. "We're also Elementary P-TA officials -vill building- several duplicate sets- succeed Mrs. C. O- Lya!!. presi- "" e have a dry boiler room and dent: Mrs. Frank Fincher. vice ? - boiier room under two feet of president; Mrs. F- P- Dillor,. secre- water, we h?ve three- coi-ridoi-s drj- l-ir-.--and Mr? Perr-Gr-'ve= t-e?^- sn ° one corridor under four feet . urc : r . ' "" of water." Mrs. Fran'-: F^if rv-- ;« ti-o^ram ( - )ne SP *- * e ornate smoking" ' - -•• e "• room of th<? liner -.vhich went down on its maiden voyage, will be built so that it v.-iil tio in toward the audience at a 90 degree angle. "It's to eive the JlHision of the ship going- do'AT.." explained i Kicney. "Everjlhing- will fall irn;Hn «or the ffioaics, West German Cadets Begin U.S. Training In the iifebo'it scenes, he said. BOXX, Germany —UP— Nine ar;o!'.? P.ctunliy -,vii! be lowered West German navaj air cadets frorn a neight of about 12 feet in were to fly to The United States ^ --- ! -Mio. Thursday to beg-in a 21-month _" Ail ' 1; " - e!jr " A " i1 ' be full-scale, training course 5.1 ti)e U.S. naval Everytli.inz wii! be stithenlic— sjr station at Pensscc-in. Fia.. the where da mask was used on the U.S. eniba;-'.sy anno-.:ncc:-(;. "',11;.; of tho Titanic, we'll use d,i- The proarrsni is ;,;n-t of ti:e miii- n " ;a - c * : ' : - :; 'i'- McKinney. tan- defense- aw;: ; s;anr.-c prot'nmi M"ost imususl of'ail. ma.ny of the under which the U:-,!•;<••<; Sl.n-.es K aclor? actually will "nn flounoe heiping train the new 'Vest Ger- ' n 1 '^ r '-Z '&"•>.'PT. M^r-Kinney has man armc-d forces. s-isrn":''l his nrodaction so that the set." iivu are to be flooded will b? huiit ;n~id'-> giant tanl Cpif.v.jiks. rnii out of rsr.s-r. wiH r-xtcnd from the eds;t of the flooded sets to oui>:if.:«* the tanks. "ThP sctorj." said McKinnev. "will H!! escape on the catwalks— 1 hops." to-START EASIER, -LAST LONGER. 17" 19" 21" DUO-MASTERS V from Choke of 3Starters From the very Mort, yoj txp«ct ncre from Eclipse! But did ycu know thty octuolly cost you less to own? They give dependable service-, yecr ofter year, with minimum moirifencrtce tx- pense. Get the facts -or.d you'll bu/ on Eclipie. Sfork Sfops Mr. and Mr.s. Ben Dumas, former Baytonian.'i n&v.- jiving- in Kin;, viite. are p;m-ntr: of a K on. Phillip Benson, born Saturday afternoon. H-:- v.-e;ghed seven pounds. Granu- rnother.s are M.-.v ,J. A. \'."ard anf Mr.«. Blanche Dumas, both of Bay town. BARRO.V Mr. .'i.'u: Mr. 1 -- T. J. Bnrror. .Tr of Hi^hlar.d-i an noun,?.-; the birth 'j' a sor., T'-rry Mic.har!. March '19 in .San Javi.ilo hospilal. He w«?igh- t-d <ri(iht pounds and 13 ounces. Gr&jTSipar«rr.t.s art- Mr, and Mr«. Tom Barra:; arid Mr. and Mr?. Leo JanriiK*:. all from Highlands. ISAACKS Mr. nnO ^rr.-. Jerry A. 7.-aacks. 600 £:t.st Hurnbi'-. announc'.' the birth of a djtht pound one ounce daughter, \V(;:;uy Jan, March 21 in Ellington Air Force base hospital. Grandpyrents are Mr. ar.d Mrs. Aijrin jMM(;ks ano Mr. nr.-l Mrs. J. L- ';e;;d, id; of Buyto-.vn. S21 Million Set Aside For Mobilization Tools WASHINGTON" —UP— The gov- finifif-iit ;in:iounf-cd 7 t iiur.sd»y it h.!.- sift, tip a X2J n'jiiiiOM fund to insi.nt ;i !;j.st start on production o! vital jniiciiirif tools in th«? event of ;iil oiit mobilixalion. Tijc Office o' lJ<-fcn«> Mobiiizn- !iOii .'-.-:)() work is iiniJ'.'1-w.-iy on li.-:t:- ;n fonti-iict.s pi.'Ked with j)i<xiiK;< v n,-. Oii':r> rnobiiixHlion is oidered, HIP conipKtiii^ e:ni :-t;n1 fuii prrxItK:- tion immnriiatcly. No funds will be srx'nt now, ODM said. Try Sun Ads r HOME LUMKR CO. 800 E, Tews i SA V E UP TO $1,000.00 O.V A NEW 1956 DODGE I ERNIE DITTMAN 1:1 ;« T:A>«T TKSAS I Beall's USE OUR LAY-AWAY CUSHION INNERSOLE • White • Black Beige Sfraw 98 Beall's QUALITY MERCHANDISE ^11 For Men Of Fashion Buy at Bead's and Save! Fine Beallpark Daron and Woo! 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