The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 22, 1956 · Page 37
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March 22, 1956

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 37

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Friday, March 23,. 1956 fhr fail State Bank Moves Into New Home Added Service In $95,000 Structure Crosby Sta-te Bank will move Into new $95,000 quarters Saturday after operating in .the community since; April 15, 1931, in the same downtown building. The new bank building, for which the construction contract was signed Oct. 3, W55, is of modern architecture and' will feature several new services for Crosby pa (irons. A night depository will bo available, as will a drive-in window, larger vaults, expansion in .safe deposit box facilities and an extra large parking area. Theo Keller of Houston is architect for the building which has approximately -1.500 square feet and is located two blocks south of the present building. It is located on a lot 173 by 200 feet. Exterior and part of ihe interior trim is of Roman brick. Flooring is of tile and cork and the color scheme is provided by walnut-colored oak and portions of the walls that are painted blue, pink and light amber. Indirect hidden lighting i.i featured around the lobby area. Offices, workroom, director's conference room, two walk-in vaults, coupon rooms and a snack bar will also be -included in the building. Brown Construction Co. of Houston built the new structure. Crosby Serviceman Sent To Fort Court Has Handled 174 Cases Last Month Justice of the Peace Walter Queen's office handled 108 traffic cases and 66 criminal violations in February according to » report released Friday. Included in the criminal violations were 18 misdemeanor swindling charges and five felony swindling charges and five felony swindling. Four persons were charged with driving while Intoxicated, and one with . negligent homicide in connection* with, traf- threat to take life, I/and dumping fice violations. . ..•-. garbage 2. • , "• Ten persons were charged with Eleven civil cases and 20 small. being drunk and two with disturb- claims petitions were filed. The ing the peace. Other counts in- judge also held two inquests. He clu'ded vagrancy 5; totgety 1; as- — '— sault witji intent -to rape, 2; fondling a minor, 1; aggravated assault 4; unlawfully carrying a weapon, 3; felony theft, 3; malicious destruction of property, l; assault with intent to murder, 3; collected $2555 in fines and coati in the criminal' cases; collected- fees of $106 35 in civil »uits, $61 on small claims, and $1 for a certified copy of an instrument.. TROs' Issue Final Say On Housing Vote NEW CROSBY STATE BANK Natural Gas Producers Protest Order To Account For Revenue WASHINGTON, March 24 — UP —The Federal Power Commission is being bombarded with protests agfainst its plan to require independent natural gas producers to account for all their 1955 revenues. The producers recognize the commission's legal right to reports on revenues based on interstate gas sales. Most of these already are on file here. But they question its jurisdiction over within state sales ami "other revenues." The commission, with Commissioner Seaborn L. Digby vigorously dissenting, says the data is Necessary to "proper administration of of the Natural Gas Act." It gave the producers until next Thursday, March 29, to submit their views in writing. These will be analyzed, ed. On May 1 it will decide whether to make the ruling permanent or forget it. Russell. B. Brown, general counsel of the independent Petroleum. Association of America, set the FT. SILL. OUla. — Army pfc. Willie G. Harmon, 22, son of Mrs. Ida E. Harmon of Crosby, recently was transferred from Fort Bliss to Fort Sill with the 246th Field Artillery Missile Battalion. Harmon, an erector operator in the battalion, entered the army in December. 3954. His wife, Janet, lives in Lawton, Olda. He is a 1952 graduate of Crosby High school and was employed at Roberts Lumber £ind Construction Co. in Highlands before he entered the army. Crosby Seniors Set Trip Group Will Go To Florida By Bus SAVE "I UP TO | $1,000.00 OX A NEW 1956 I DODGE ERNIE DITTMAN ' 707 KAST TKXAS I FROEHNER RADIO SERVICE 50» W. Tcxa» • Dial 2052 At Thad Felton's The most extensive of the annual trips of Crosby High School seniors is slated to begin at 6 a.m. next "Wednesday. Accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Thco Ramsey, and Senior Co-sponsors V. O. Briggs and Miss Janice Tuomi the 32 seniors will leave Crosby on a chartered Greyhound Bus for Pcnsacola, Fla. While in the Florida resort city the seniors will headquarter at the Hotel San Carlos, and will be the guests of officals at the U. S. Naval Air Station during a tour of the station. The students will remain in Pen- sacoia for two days, visiting scenes of interest during a Greyhound- directed tuor. 1 Directors Present At First Meeting The first board of directors meetIng: for Crosby State bank was held in January 1913 with seven directors present. Comprising the first board wer'a .T. T. Hare. W, M. Truxaw, P. C. Ulrich. Frank Mullor. F. Bearing, H. Wall and J. A. Clawson. These are now deceased. First ba:ik officers were Tru- xaw. president: Ulrich, vice presi- dciv; and E. P. Stallings, cashier. Houston Preacher In Crosby Revival Dr. James Parker, pastor of the Garden Oaks Baptist Church in Houston, will conduct a revival in tho First Baptist Church in Crosby April g through April 15. Gerald Jones, chairman of the board of deacons, said two services will be held daily during the week-long revival, one flt 10 a.m. and 1 one at 7:30 p.m. during the week, and the regular schedule of the church will prevail on Sunday. The Rev. \V. F. Sanderlin. pastor o fthe Crosby church, said the .song leader for the services had not been selected, but one would be chosen prior to the opening service. About 52 per cent of all the new rubber used by American industry is man-made, derived from petroleum. The itinerary includes departure from Pensacola at 8:30 a.m. March 31 with a stopover in Mobile, Ala., for a visit to the Bellingrath Gardens, and on to Biloxi, Miss., where they will spend the night. Present plans call for attendance of Easter Services at the Methodist Catholic and Baptist church in Biloxi, departing for Vicksburg, Miss., via Hattisburg ?.nd Jackson, Miss., shortly afterward. Two hours will be spent visiting the scenes of the Civil War in the historic Mississippi city, after which the party will travel to JS'atchez. Miss., for a visit to the ante bellum homes and gardens of that city. Members of the 1956 Crosby graduating class are scheduled to arrive at home at about S p.m. April o The approximately 1400 mile trip is by far the most ambitious undertaken by Crosby seniors, exceeding the distance traveled by former senior classes to such cities as New Orleans. Galveston and others. Briggs said expenses are paid from receipts of various senior- sponsored projects such as selling advertising in the school year book, a powder-puff football game, a. cake sale, selling emblamatic car tags and the senior, play. • Class officers Ellsworth Pira, president, Gayle Ransom, vice president, Jeraldine Staffa, secretary, Sylvia Smidl. treasurer, and Patty Hs.y Moore, reporter believe the approximately 51500.in the class treasury will also provide for a gift to the school. 14 Crosby Students End Red Cross Course Fourteen Crosby Junior - Senior High School students have completed the Red Cross home nursing course according to Mrs. Claudie Mae Spencer, school nurse. Mrs. Spencer said the six-week course instructed students in dealing with communicable diseases, improvised equipment, isolation of communicable diseases, diets for ill persons and others, during the one-hour daily sessions. The Red Cross sponsored project is designed to familiarize graduates with problems commonly arising in the home, how to cope with the situations, and to aid in civil defense measures. Mrs. Spencer also said the Red Cross would organize an adult class if enough women in Crosby indicated interest. protest tone. Speaking for 10,000 oil and gas .producers, he said the plan "constitutes a warning as to what -producers will face under federal price controls." . He strongly urged IPAA members to submit their "views, objections and comments." An IPAA spokesman said the accent should be on "objection." . Digby said the proposal would "impose an unnecessary hardship upon the producers." Brown agreed. He said it would be expensive and would duplicate information already on file. •* "The basic question," another IPAA spokesman told the United Press, "is whether the regulation is needed or justified. It is a step toward regulatory procedure of some things not under FPC jurisdiction, such as within state sales and kindred transactions." The commission issued its notice only a, few weeks after President Eisenhower vetoed the Harris-Ful•bright Bill which would have exempted independent producers from federal regulation. A spokesman said that with the bill dead, as of now, the commission feels it must ..comply with full terms of the gas act. The commission pointed out that since the Supreme Court's federal price control ruling on June 7, 1954. it has been exempting the producers from some of the accounting and reporting requirements of the gas act "However." it said, "it has now found it essential to its proper administration of the act that each independent producer furnish a report of sales for 1955." The proposed reports are due by May 1. They must consist of "detailed statements of sales under rate schedules filed with the FPC, and the total of sales made in accordance with any other arrangement," The last requirement is what raised producer ire. The producers must name the purchasers of their gas, the field which produced it. and rates being charged as of last Dec. 31. Pipelines are not affected. They already mnko such reports. Greater Baytown Improvement association issued its final statement Friday favoring the construction of additional units at the federal housing projects in Baytown. "1. REGARDING- TAXES: Public low rent housing will not .and has pever caused one cent of increase in local taxes. It will cause no increase in taxes in Baytown. Payments in lieu of taxes will be reached in the same manner as in the case of public schools, parks and the like. The additional units for minority groups will do much to eolve the problem. This is the sensible approach in race relations as opposed to the Klaji-like method of hate proportion which the opposition to decent low-rent housing has stooped to in desperation. "3. REGARDING METHODS OF PROVIDING HOUSING: Our local housing commissioners, O. C. Behymer. Roger Read, B.-J. Davison, C. L. Thorp and C. H. Olive propose to build up to 150 clean accent units which will rent for an average of 122.75 per month to families with an average income of $1342 per year. The opposition would have you believe that the housing needs o£ our hundreds of elderly pensioners, numerous widows with small children to support and many low-paid unskilled workers with large families will be met by building some $6000 to $7000 homes—home* which these people could not possibly or rent Who are they kidding? "*. REGARDING COSTS: Cost figures published by the opposition are entirely false. They were derived 1 from the National Home Builders Association (The National Real Estate lobby) which seeka in every way and by any means possible to defeat low rent public housing in any community, and has furnished the blue . print for the local campaign. The truth is that the entire, public housing, program requires only about 6 cents per year from the income tax paid by a S4 per year wage earner, and we will pay that tax anyway whether the units are built here or in some other city. "5. REGARDED .ETHICS: We deeply resent the campaign tactics of the so-called homeowners association whose officers and directors, if any .have been kept secret from the public. We resent the attack on the ministerial alliance as being a group of misguided individauls. ' "We . challenge the so-called home owners association and the real estate board to name one eingfle minister who is misguided or who is not a patriotic 'citizen and who is not wholeheartedly in favor of public housing.' "We resent the attack by implication on our own local housing commissioners, O. C. Behymer, Roger Read, B. J. Davison, C. L. Thorp and C. H. Olive, >py pointing to wrongdoing in other cities. We challenge the Real Estate board to produce one bit of factual information that would reflect on the character, patriotism or personal integrity of any of these fine local men. "We resent the deliberate effort to kincfle the fires of hate and prejudice in our peaceful community by setting class against class and casting unkind reflections against the poor but honest people who live in our present low rent housing project. Congratulations CROSBY STATE BANK OK THEIR FORMAL OPENING FRANK WOODARD MOTOR CO. Authorized Ford Dealer Crosby, Texas SINCERE BEST WISHES To The CROSBY STATE BANK In Your New Bank Building T. M. WOLVERTON SUPER MARKET Highland* AN ACHIEVEMENT TO BE PROUD OF We Extend Congratulations to the CROSBY STATE BANK CROSBY EQUIPMENT CO. Crosby, Texas Plumwood Addition OPEN FOR INSPECTION DAILY 11,400 TO $ 16,500 100% Gl AND FHA GI's-No Down Payment! ONLY A FEW LEFT ON THESE TERMS Baytown's Most Exclusive Addition...All Brick Homes... Paved Streets, Sidewalks, Curbs and Gutters We Are Just Starting 18 NEW HOMES Buy Now a nd Pick Your Colors COME IY AND SEE DOC RICHARDSON BROWN BUILT HOMES, INC. DEVELOPERS I BIKLDERS Drive North on Hwy. 146 to E«it Fayfo... East eft F*yfo to (>•!•,,. North orv Oik Two Koch to Field Offic* PHONES S4Zt—«r HOUSTON HV MOM to all the folks at Crosby and to the » CROSBY STATE BANK on the formal opening of the new building . . . from all of us to all of you — EVERY WISH FOR SUCCESS IN YOUR NEW "HOME"! fBUSt Co,

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