The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 28, 1956 · Page 3
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March 28, 1956

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 3

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Wednesday, March 28, 1956 All Liberty Preparing For Ihr lagloum LIBERTY - (Kp> - Virtually - '.vryone in this 200-year-old city .« actively f)ig;>.,'; C[ l in some phase of Hie Bk'cmtonnial. and the work includes everything from rolling out tin? red carpet for Ed Sullivan tele-vision star to thy finding of portions of Hit? At;.iscp"sUo Road. This road, which was cut through Tc:;as fromTicfugio to Louisiana by the Spanish prior to 1757 has been rr-loeaU'd in portion as a part of the Liberty Bicentennial, which will be elirnuxecl by a four- day celebration April J8-21. U.S. Senators Lyndon Johnson and Price Daniel will he hero for the celebration, and on Friday, the third day, the Texas Highway Commission. Stale Supremo.Court, Railroad Commission and the 24™ n _J rlnit -y Hiver A u t h o r i t y GALVESTON MAN~ LOST 20 POUNDS WITH BARCENTRATE Mr. Krnost Ban, 4224 Avc. T, Galvcslon, Texas, wrote us as follows: "On our company's semi-annual physical examination, I was told that I would have to take off 20 pounds. Asking around for the best way to lose weight, a friend suggested that I try Barcentratc. I did so and the 20 pounds were lost in a little over a month. I did not diet at all while taking Barcentrale. Get four ounces of liquid Barcon t rate from any Texas drup- jrist. Take according to directions. If the very first bottle doesn't show you the Way to take off udy fat, return the empty bottle for your money back. board will bo here, along with foreign consuls and ambassadors from France, Kpain and Mexico. The four days have been designated as T h a n k s g i v i n g Day, Pioneer Day, Industry and Commerce Day, and Independence Day, respectively. There will be parades on the last three days, and three Southwest Conference Bands Baylor, Texas and Texas A. and M.—will participate, along with numerous college and high school bands. Central figure in the planning is Bill Daniel, Bicentennial director-general. A former state representative from this area, he is particularly proud of the fact that ho has been able to induce so many official state groups .to lend their prestige to the First Bicentennial ever held in the state. Four separate wagon trains, collectively bigger than Houston's Salt Grass Trail, will converge on Liberty from north, south, -east and west at 3 p.m. April 18 to sound the start of the Bicentennial. At 4 p.m. five of the state's outstanding ' religious leaders will speak in <i program designed to give religion the recognition it deserves in this historical event .and "set the tone for the whole four-day show.' 1 The speakers include Bishop \V. .1. Nold, head of the Galveston Diocese of the Catholic Church; Dr. AVillis Tate. president of Southern Methodist University; Dr. W. R. White, president of Baylor University; Bishop Clinton S. Quin. retired Episcopal bishop, and Dr, Hyman J. Schachtel, Houston rabbi. Roy Acuff and his Smoky Mountain boys will put on a show and play for a street dance opening night. There are 500 local residents rehearsing for the , Bicentennial Cava!ca4c, the historic pageant to be presented in the football stadium on three of the four nights during the celebration,' and the technical staff on that job brings the. total to more than 1,000. .'...All the major activity, except the cavalcade, will take" place on the square in downtown Liberty. The area will be roped off to make room for a carnival, a medicine show, Indian tribes, and horses and riders. On April 21, the final day, Liberty will re-live the events that took place here on April 21, 1837, just one year after the end of the Texas Revolution. As it was then, the day will be climaxed with the Independence Ball. The Bicentennial version however, will be decorated by the Thirst Ho Gude To Good Drinking Water BROOK-INGS, S. D. —'A, South Dakota State College .official says thirst is not necessarily a guide, to adequate water drinking. An extension nutritionist, Rena Wills, said one should be conscious of the amount of water he drinks because various factors • affect thirst A lower than normal water intake results in lost appetite~and unciernutrition. A moderately active person in the temperate zone can get along adequately on about five ana" one- half pints of water daily. Ed Sullivan To Be Special Guest For Celebration .presence of 32 Texas Eelles, repre- Ros s Volunteers, Texas A. and corded in a letter written by Director-General Daniel consid- this year, and he 1 report! it h*i scniing o2 fcast Texas cities, wno M.'s spit-and-polish brigade. Francis Lubbock who attended er s himself on safe ground when begun to snowball and Will )>vAf will march v/ith their .escorts While all this is going on, toasts and was later Governor of ~ ' ... — underthe, crossed swords of the given at the originalball and xe- will be given. he predicts that the Bicentennial ably wind up in a 'class with tj»» v will be the biggest event'in Texas Texas Centennial In 1936, wo big G-E refrigerator bargains at WILKIES ALWAY S FIRST QUALITY SHOP PENNEY'S FOR THURSDAY 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. 1 BURLINGTON MILLS V WOVEN STRIPE DACRON COTTOK DRESSES sizes 12 to 20 10 A Penney "sensation." Beautiful dacron cotton dress! Hand washable! 2-piece . . . colors- of: aqua, pink, navy, helio. RICH RAYON "PONTUNG" DRESS FROM PENNEY'S n-CUBIC-FOOT COMBINATION Tto MW G-E ll-tu.-ft. combination it actually two big appliances in one . . . automatic defrosting refrigerator action end o 70 pound lero-dcgrie freezer. 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