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Tuesday, March 27, 1956
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Page 2 2ljr Saylnum Violinist Ends Civic Music Season On Brilliant Note The 1950-.16 scrar-on af thr Raytown Civid Music A.vociaUon c.!o«e<i Monday night wi:h one o: the most soriHStioiial r-onccrty ;n iu< history. F-ew. if any artists who have appeared in Baytown have ever rr-ceivr-d the prolonged sp- plaune after Mich rsumhc-r thai Ruben Varirs r'wvt'd. Vargn. ihe. sightless violin virtuoso, who was born ;n T<?1 Aviv but is now a" American citizen, playf".] wit.h hriiiian.'re thn; was «?!"c:ri Tying at units but always v.';;i: a beautiful singing tonp (hal is rare'y lienrd in violins. Kspeciai- ly v.-as this >o:ie hfard in the SPC- on.-r riirivi-.jTUTil of his first number •t.he Brahms "Ponara in D minor." Probably hi?:• brilliance \\-&f best displayed ;r. the- Caprices by Pags- Jiini and shosp coir.posed by him- scif. Thfi dramatic effects in those numbers gave the- audience the foiling that a full orchestra was playing ever, though Mr. Varga was playing entireiy alone--r-vrn without, piano accompaniment. These 4 Caprices ana the "Partita in E major" ty Bach, comnosed of 7 movements, were piayde without .lircoinpaniment. Varga's accompanist was Joseph Gurr, who is :v native Australian. Kven as Mr. Varga's performance way oiussanding- among Civic MUSK- artists, Mr. (Jisrt's accompaniment" was outstanding among ac- i-cmpanists. Ho played the' first portion wtihout music but in all w:u; in compiete balance with Mr. Noon Call- Stock Quotes (Courtesy Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenncr & Beane) Alleg Ludlum 43 >i Ailis-Chalmers , 72 v s Amor Cyan 71 s s A T \- T ISA's Anaconda Cop 7S"s • Ander Preohard GS'i Betli Steel 162U Varga. He seemed to possess an extra sense '.hat let him play with perfect coordination ,ind blend" with she soio instrument. For encores. Varga played first Mendelssohn's "On Wing-s of Sons" and second Ra-.z;ni'.s ''Round of the Goblins." Two Eagle Scouts Honored March Court Of Honor Held Here A Boy Scout court of honor was held Sunday at- the Baytown Com- ir.unity house with two Eagle Scoust recognized and two others recommended for Eagle Scouts. James RuUedge of Post 255 and Gene Smith of Troop 179 were made Eagle Scouts and Adrien Drouilhct and John Sylvester were recommended for'the position. The ?!larch court of honor was based on points for awards and attendance with first place going to Troop 326 and second to Troop S8. Troop 93 and Post 255 received honorable mention. Other awards went to John Milier Troop• 93; Jesse Gourlay and William Hudnal, Post 93; Jiminir Gibbs, Conrad Moody'. John Venable, John Catc-s, Adrien Drouilhet. Curt Fisher. William Hudnal). Jimmy Spuhicr and John Sylvester. Troon 96: Dary! Baxter. Jack "Foster. Jerry Fo?trr. Richard Halter" and PLUMBIK6 REPAIRS PHOXE M96 nm mm AND PLUMUHG CO. U04 S. Proltt St Torsi Meier. Post ?6: Charles ilackreli. Allen Wilder, John Haggard. Richard NickboJson. Troop 300: Charles Kirkpatrick. Ronald Lansford. Jack Pennington and Douglas Moore, Troop 134; _^ E!o 'Frank-Veselka, Troop 2*2; Steve Coburn, Gordon Jennings.. Char!e s Miiis. Troon 20S; Benny Killlngs-.vorth. Hugh Davidson. Mjke Spuhler. Post 255: Richard Powell. James Williams. Troop' 514; John Adams. Freddie Benson, Troop 326; .John Atkinson. Johnny Atkinson, Post 326. Yarborough- (Continued From Piure One) those 200 dams," Tarbnrough said. "3u: I know where you could use the Canadian Mounties and the rEi. that's in i-he insurance scan- c'a3s," he added. "Xobody could operate like the U.S. Trust and Guaranty Co. without authority of the Texas government The state auditor knew the company was broke but was not allowed to tell anyone because Ihey wan tea to win an ejection. \Yi?i!. they \von the election but In the rneantime Texans put J5 million into a company that was going broke." Yarborough said farmers in West Texas .are being wrecked by the very administration Sh;%-en> helped put in Washington. "Farms are being foreclosed and in Karnes county alone. S.246 peop.'e are on relief—that's more than half the people in the county/ Yjirboroujrh said. Confronted with the farm problem. Shi'.-ers and Daniel boast of saving the Tidelands for Texas, Yarborough saicT. Celolex Chrysler Corp Cities Serv Cohimb Gas Creole Pet Dov.- Chem I>u Pont Cliem Dresser Eastman Kodak El Paw Nat'! Gas Fairchild Ene l?re?p(irt .Sutph Ford Gen Electric Gen Motors Gen Tfiieph Gen Tire Jt Rub ., Gillette Saf Goodyear Tire Greyhound Bus , Gulf Oil Gulf Stftt Util Houston Oil H. L. Jt P. Co. Humble Oil , Imperial Oil Ir.t'l Nickel Infl Harv & Laugh Lsbby McN Liggett & Myers Loew's Inc La Land Mack Trucks Merrill Petr Monsanto Nat Dairy Prod Newp News Ship- Ohio Oil Oiin-Math Suide . f Pacific Pet Pac West Oil . Pancostal Oil Panhandle p and R Penney's Inc Phillips Petr Pure Oil Sperry-Rand Repub Seel Sapphire 67 jr, S'2'-i 69 5 ; 44 >; ]3-"i 9s-?s 60 l i 63 s i 46% Election Easter « Tuesday, March 27, 1956 42 v .160 a i 48 125V! 4T-\i 93 l i 37 . 49% ..141H .. 3i* t 22 4S^ 36 T s 5S'-) 85-?i 95 34 H - BMNSON NOW SHOWfNG THRU WED. ACADEMY AWARD WINNER PORT Today & Wednesday 1 Big Feotures My GoodnftM- If. LUND WILLIAM BEHOIX KEEFE BRASSELLE RICHARD BOOKS ." WILLIAM LESLIE Shell 80 ?i Sinclair Oil 63=* Skelly Oil 67 Socony-Vac 72H Sou Pacif 57 t'i St. Reg-is Paper 4S Stan Oil Calif I07 ? t, Stan Oil Ind 60 U Stan Oil Ohio fz'v Stan Oil N .1 ,., 59!4 Sun Oi! 7g Stmray-Mid Coat 26'i Tennessee Gas 29v; Texas Gulf Prod 41';" Texas Co 152 Tidewater Corp 47 Textron 25 ! 4 Union C and C I20-"i Union Oil of Calif 60*1 U S Steel 5^ United Airlines 431,4 United Carbon 97 Woodley Petr 59 Fob XO Cotton Up 9 Cub Pack 288 Members Are Given Awards A-.Vardti v.-erg recently presented to four Cub Scouts of Pack 2S&. Receiving the awards were Paul Phillips, Joseph Cook, Martin Altt-more, Robert Schima, and Mrs. R- D. Atkins. <j(:r, mother of De-n 4 who was awarded a three year .•service .star. ; Druir.j; tho recer.: meeting plans j -.ver.,> discussed regarding the Cub j Scout pet show which will he ] Apr:: g. ] Dc-n 3 entertained 1 the pack with an Easter parade of millinery from Venus, displaying styles typical of 300 years from the present time. The costumes featured many modern conveniences. A new group, Don =, was welcomed in to the pack. A new Cub is Wai:tr Gilbert. Si«.-!. POLITICKIN' in Los '.Angeles, Democratic presidential aspirant Senator Estes Kefauver gives a toy animal to Debbie Cole, 2, at Monterey park. Later it was announced the senator will- enter the South Dakota Democratic primary •June 5. (International) Bears Vs. Eagles In Powder Puff . It will be the clash of the Boars and Eagles Friday night when Cedar Bayou Rainbow girls stage a fotball game in the CB school field. Coached: by Eliis Smith, the Bears wi! It: headed by the newly elected captain. Becky Bush. Her co-captain is Midge Have. Susie Troxell has beert named captain of the Eagles with Carmen May as co-captain. Jack Simmons is coaching the Eagles, The game will begin at 7:30 p.m. Proceeds wi! Iheip send Rainbow delegates to Grand Assembly and Stork Stops- GRIFFIN Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Griffin, 302 Forrest, annuonce the birth of a daughter, Jenice Marie, March 22 in San • Jacinto hospital. She weighed seven pounds and four ounces. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vieth, Norwalk. \Vis-, and Mrs. T. A. Griffin. Hardin. Tex. Great grandmother is Mrs. Fred Vieth of Norwalk. rs^jt *•*<" •• ""*• •*"* * _ k,C.K.OBTBT«.M.*rtt,r.*.Sa IF 8 ; £j f CT.'JVU MOW 4 WXI ROTCTOK Truck- DECKER NOW SHOWING VIEW POMPEYfc HEAD HOW SHOWING * THRU WEDNESDAY M-G-M's Stirrinj? iaveriturt tnriMer'f MOOHFLfft ;i COLOR • iiorf^a ^1 Stewart GRANGER r^M George SANDERS^.. Joan GREEHWOOO From ¥&%<• One) arid about S3.000 worth of pigarets and S300 :n cash had beer, taker, from ?. storage cabinet, and that <h«- truck was missing. Thr, truck driver had not driven it, Dickens said. Police had no clues in the burglary, and the truck had not been s<H-n until the Houston police reported finding- it. Monday night. .M'cadors said. M'.-adors said hf was Koine to HoMfiton Tuesday to "cb^ck out" the truck to see whether he could find fingerprints or other clues in it. Will Takf Over Mill XEVT YORK' —-TP—The Nation- | si Lead CM., .said Tuesday it will ! take over the operation of the Atomic Knoig-y Cornrnlssifjn's ur- ajiiurn pro<;<rfS!ii}f mill a! Monti- fiio. UtTii!. April 1. Trip mill h;»s f been CfXTal^.-l for the AF,C by thtf I Gallaghnr companv of Salt "Lake I City sinr-p 2NU I KATl HK KIRK- DOUGLAS TV "THE RACERS if LV COLOR MOKE SPORTS "AQUA QUEEN" THE TOUGHEST MAN ALIVE •GMEftARH ' DO.VT r EVl.KY UX "Family H^ht" PRICE BOX OFFIf'K OI'KN'S KREL 13*0 ON YOUR DIAL TUESDA.Y AFTERNCWH :5.0,— N>ws :W — llif.. Kot ina BhM -00— 1350 Iw/twootf Drtvt :!A— New.- :oo— N:rM Trala :w— S.KII off V/EDNESDAY MORNINO ;2S<— ,v*w» :30 — S'.jdiO t :2S— N«w« :20— Studio I £.' 11:09— .N>w AFTEftMOON 12:CO_. >'e .. Tr." >':ii,;.c. Iottr«*t (Continued From F«KO One) the candidates in each district To qualify as a voter one must have boon a rnsidont of the state for at least one year prior to the election, a resident of the city for not less? than six months, and must possess a 1936 poll tax receipt. Named to supervise Ui;> balloting: at the various positions are: Precinct 99, with the voting set for Thad Fel'tbn Ford agency at 622 West Texas, Mrs. C. .1. Bailey,. election chairman, ana" Mrs. Bryant Causey and Mrs. T. L. Satte'r- white. clerks. Precinct 100. at Wilkenfcld Fur- j'.iture Co, at Main'und Texas, H. T. Hiilmo, chairman, and C. M. Gartman and Mrs. H. L. Ammons, clerk?. Precinct 301, at the city hall. Mrs. E. .E. Slagle. chairman, .and Mrs. G. L. Dabney' and Mrs. Frank Moore. cSerks. Precinct 102, at the Mexican Recreation hall, 'J. \V. Sweeney, chairman. • and. J. A. Hill and P! L, Peverter, clerks. Precinct 103. at the Cedar Bayou, junior high school, Mrs. S. H. Gates, chairman, and Mrs. B. E. Franklin and Mrs. G. M. Strickland, cierks. Precinct 149, at the San Jacinto elementary school, J. Rodger Read, chairman, and Mrs. C. R. Hinton ftnd J. p. Henderson, clerks. Precinct 24S. at Carver high school. J. c. Baldwjn. chairman, and Mrs. Classio Reed and Mrs. C. A. McCioud, clerks.. Precinct 249, at the Antie Plumbing Co. at 1S32 North Main, Mrs. C. G. Parsley, chairman, «nd Mrs. Weldon Herring and Mrs. C. Stanger. clerks. • The polls will open at 7 ft.m. and voting- -unll continue until T p.m. The ballots wiij be canvassed and the official returns announced nt a ;neeUng of the city council, set for April 11. If no run oft election is necessary, the iiominees will be sworn into office that night, and if another election is required, the date for the election will be set at the session. ' (Continued From 1,'nfc One) John's Methodist church has planned Holy Communion for 7:30 p.m. Thursday. St. Paul Lutheran, Redeemer Lutheran and Grace Methodist churches- are planning observances of the Lord's Supper at 7:30 p.m. Friday during special services. Climax of these weekday services will be the' eight annual city wide Easter sunrise service at G a.m. Sunday followed throughout the day by denominational services. The service, sponsored by the East Harris Council- of Christian Laymen, will be at Memorial stadium. The Rev. Paul Stephens, minister of Second Baptist, will present the sermon. Other pastors on the program will be Rev. Haygood, Rev. Foltz. and the Rev. W. J. Goodwin, associate pastor of Gracv Methodist. Redeemer Lutheran will com-, bine with Grace Lutheran church in Channelview for a 6 a.m. Easter Sunrise service .at Decker Drive-In theater. . The Rev. E. F. Lange. pastor of Redeemer church, will present the sermon, with the Rev. R. Torgier, pastor of Grace, assisting with the service. Lions Organize Light Bulb Sale To Aid Club Projects Daniel- Deibert Ashworth Is Promoted To Corporal Deibert Freu'rick Ashworth, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Ashworth of 1636 Oak St. in Baytown. has been promoted to the rank of corporal in the U. S. Marines. The 21-year-old former Robert E. Lee high school student entered the service in July 1954, and attained the rank of private first class in March of 3955. (Continued From JPajre One)' The three points, he said, 'will be honesty and integrity in government and in the campaign; restoration of unity and goodwill among the people: and protection of states' rights against "further federa 1 encroachment." Daniel's candidacy brings to five "the number who have announced for governor. Others are former U.S. Sen. and Gov. W. Lee O'Daniel, former state House Speaker Reuben Sentcrfitt: J. Evetts Haley, a Canyon rancher; and J. J. Holmes, an Austin contractor. Holmes has not yet paid his filing fee. Hill Band Boosters Club Party Honorees The Barbers Hill Band Boosters staged a party for members of the Barbers Hill Junior High School band in the party room of the school. Mrs. D. Z. Her chaired the committee in charge of arrangements for the party for members of the approximately 50-piece band. Mrs, Emma White is president of the Band Boosters, an organization designed to assist and promote the school bands. Baytown Lions club members are busy laying the ground work for the third annual light bulb sales which profits the charity projects sponsored by the club. ' F. A. 'Richardson', chairman of the 'light bulb sales, said a house-, to-hoiise canvass to sell the bulbs will be made April 23, 24 and 25 from 4:30 to 7 p.m. '.:.'• The bag's will contain 10 globes made by General Electric and will, feature some of the latent type globes put: out by the, jr.«imfac- turor, Richardson said. The project chairman also said that in each bag will be a gift, certificate that will enable a family to attend a movie at the Decker Drive In for the price of only one ticket. Also in- sonic of the bags will be other gift certificates donated by Baytown merchants. Those certificates, donated 1 by the merchants will be worth $2.50, $5, 100 theater, passes, $5 savings account, wash and grease job. steak dinner for two and one gallon of paint. Donors will be Altman's, Style Shoppe, Decker Theater. First National bank. The House of Fashion, Froehncr Radio, Fuller's, Higginbothara Motors, Tower Drive In, Jacobs Jewelry, Johnson Humble station. Citizens National bank, Penney'h, Humble sales, Dewoy'» Food market, Paine Bros., Homo Lockers, Rice Humble station, Economy, Black's Pharmacy, Bay-shore Motors,. Harris County Federal Savinge and Loan, Peoples State bank; Culpepper's, Hollaway Motors, Paul Prince Btiick and Sears, Roebuck. . Sales the first year of the'bulb drive netted the club fund .$f>00; the. .second year, S700 and this year the club hopes to raise as much as 51,500, Richardson said. Projects promoted 1 by Baytown Lions are sight conservation, a Boy Scout troop. Girl Scouts, Boys' State, scholarship fund, youth and government program, teenage baseball,' cancer fund, Baytown Opportunity school and last year, An electric cardiograph donated to San Jacihto hospital, i AMI W A I'M TIRED? HIGHWAY 146 HAVE YOU TRIED OUR GOLDEN BROWN FRIED CHICKEN? Ion Really Haven't Eaten Until You Do. Only 65 Dinner m Z c m Home Owned a.nd Home Operated Menn I/ower Prices For Ton CALL SMC FOR I Aid HOME ORDERS BROWN'S CHICKEN SHACK E. Tejunt AT*. M Hljrhwiiy I4« •J*» m«y your «ntir» »yit«m when you allow fatigue, B»rYouin*s» — poor oppitit* and ilcepleu nighti to drag y*u dawn bccawi* your, body it ami iron Bexel Helps Build Red Blood USJ! 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