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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 2

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1 Wjt Vfgtrant tmtt Thursday, March 29, 195S MARTOf UJTHER film to be shown Thursday »lttit «t l>e college auditorium hw been canceled. The film was to >e abcwft under the .aacpices of the Baptist Student Union, Tommy Moak, BSU president, said. Cotton Firms Indicted Noon Coll- Sunrise- On Fixing Bid Prices BRUNSON HOW SHOWING THRU SATURDAY -fflffl-lffl Off Ma BAY NOW SHOWING THRU SATURDAY ADDED HIT "LAST OF THE DESPERADOS" STARRING JAMES CRAIG JIM DAVIS BARTON MacLANE LICENSE MIGHT 2225 — AM) — "GAMBLER FROM NATCHEZ" FRIDAY P!u: "The Last Command" Kj^iGHr IS FAMILY N'ISHT. YOUR ENTIRE FAMILY ADMITTED FOR 50c TO SEE DALLAS —UP— The heads of two Dallas cotton firms, among eight Indicted by a federal grand jury on a charge of fixing bid prices, said Thursday they knew nothing of any "under the table" deals. A New Orleans grand jury returned the indictments, naming the eight firms and four individuals. It charged them with fixing bid prices on purchases of government - owned cotton, a violation of the Sherman Anti-Trust Act Firms named in the indictments were: A, Campdera & Co., Inc., Steinberg-Martin & Co., Inc., R. L. Dixon y Brothers, Inc.. and Crespi & Co., all of Dallas; Weil Brothers Inc.. Montgomery, Ala.; J. A. Baker &. Co., and" Pell Cotton Co.. both of Charlotte. N.C.; and E. P. Creekmore Co., Inc.. of JN 7 ew Orleans. Individuals named were R. O. Beach, Houston, Tex., and Robert B. McCallum, Memphis. Tenn., . partners in the firm of George H. McFadden & Brothers, cotton merchants; and Morris Wolf and John P. Godchaux, both of New Orleans. Wolf is the sole owner of Wolf & Co., cotton broker, and Godchaux is bis associate. McFadden and Weil are among the largest cotton rue-chant firms in the world. Assistant Attorney General Stanley M. Barnes, head of the Justice Department's anti-trust division, said in Washington the merchants have since 194S used the services of one cotton brokerage -to bid on surplus cotton. The indictment charged the defendants maintained Wolf & Co. as a common purchasing 1 s?eat o* Commodity Credit Corporation cotton. Wolf & Co. was accused of allocating bids among the merchants, feeing- the bid prices io be submitted and discouraging others from competing with Wolf & Co. Barnes charged that during 1954-55 the CCC sold more than $40 million in surplus cotton. He said the defendants, through Wolf & Co., bought about 60 per cent of the total. •'•••' Ed Mai-tin, of Sternberg-Martin & Co., said here Thursday that "as far as we know we have done nothing wrong." He was echoed in this by R. L. Dixcr., another Dallas firm owner. Funeral Rites Friday For Ira C. Hahn Jr. Funeral services for Ira C. Hahn Jr. of McAlJen will be held at 10 a.m. Friday at the George H. Lewis and Sons chapel in Houston, with the Rev. M. E. McPhail, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church in Baytown, officiating-. Hahn. a former newspaper man and brother of E. L, (Maxis) Hahn of Baytown, was fatally injured Monday night when his car went out of control and crashed in. a diich near Progreso. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Eunice Hahn of McAllen: one daughter, Mrs. Clyde Martin, Palestine; one brother E. L. Hahn; and one grandson, Michael Martin, Palestine. Burial will be in Forest Park Cemetery ivith George Reese. Hush Lavjer. Felix Spagno. Bill Saylor, Vic Franks and Joe Kallina as pallbearers. Stork Stops-- RICE Mr. and Mrs. G. L, Rice, 104 Lazy lane, are parents of a girl born -Wednesday in San Jacinto Memorial hospital. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. ScSro- cer of Brookhaven, Miss., and William -J. Rice of Malone, N. T. Stock Quotes i( Courtesy Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenn*r & WE ARE CHANGING MIDNITE SHOWS FOR SATURDAY THIS ONE YOU'LL LIKE! ASK MAMA IF YOU CAN SEE IT! BRUNSON SWCMI SHOW FOR EASTER AND ITS ALL FREE! FOR YOU THIS SPECIAL FEATURE THE COURAGE OF LASSIE PLUS - FRIDAY—SATURDAY 1ASTMINT' um M-M CARTOONS «6 GET YOUR FREE TICKET TODAY FROM BAYSHO&E MOTORS, Inc. —AND— CAROUSEL YOU MUST HAVE A TICKET! ITS ALL FREE! MK)AY MORNING 10:00 SCi THIS SHOW AT THE MUNSON OR BAY Alleg Ludlum , .42*. Allis-Chalmors • 72 <i Anver Cyan ..,.. 72Vi A I *• T ..188ft Anaconda Cop 81 Ander Prechard • • • Beth Steel ............ 16* Celanese 19% Celotex 40H Chrysler Corp •.. 76 Cities Serv 68Vs Columb Gas 16 Creole Pet • • • 90*s Dow Chcm ' 6SVi Du Font Chcm .230 Dresser 65 Eastman Kodak 87 Vi El Paso Nat'l Gas 45 Fairchild Eng IS'-s Freeport Sulph 9*Vi Ford 60 Gen Electric 64% Gen Motors 47% Gen Teleph 43 ¥j Gen Tire and Kub 63Hi Gillette Saf ' 49% Goodyear Tire 73H Greyhound Bus 14 Gulf Oil 101 Gulf Stat Util 39% Houston Oil 160% H L and P Co 50% Humble Oil , 124 % Imperial OU 46Vi Int'l Nickel 93li Int'l Harv 36% 49 IS Liggett and Myers 69 Loew's Inc 22% La Land ..1-UVi Mack Trucks 33Vi Merrill Petr 21H Monsanto 45 H Nat Dairy Prod 39 Newp News Ship 60 Ohio Oil 44% OUn-Math * 59 Stude-Pack 5% Pacific Pet ,...17H Pac West Oil 4ST^ Pancoastal Pet 2 Panhandle P and R 14 tt Peivney's Inc • 9" Phillips Petr 99 Pure Oil 4S 3 * Sperry-Rand 2S% Repub Steel 48'» Sapphire 3 9/16 Sears SSFs Shell 80 Sinclair Oil 64% Skelly Oil 69 1 * Socony-Vac 73 Sou Pacif 56% St Regis Paper 48 Stan Oil Calif Stan Oil Ind Stan Oil Ohio Stan Oil X.J. Sun Oil 78 Sunray-Mid Cont 26 3 s Texas E 26% Tennessee Gas 23}4 Texas Co ..134 Texas Gulf Prod 44-% Tex Gulf Sulph, 3S Tidewater Corp *6 Textron • 26'i' Ashland Oil 19T4 Union C and C 121% Union Oil of Calif .......... 62% U.S. Steel 59°i United Airlines 43 t'nifced Carbon 67 }4 Woodley Petr 59 U Feb. N.O. Cotton down 8 Alum Ltd l20Vi 104 62 U' 64% 60?.i (Continued From frngn On*) The Rev. E. F. L*nge, pastor at R«ideemer Lutheran, will pr«- •ent th« lermon, "The Observers' Reiponse to the Eajter Fact." . In addition to the sermon, the •ervice will feature the tinging of Easter ;hymn» by gingers from leveral congregntions, readings from the Bible and prayer by the •, Rev. R. Torgler f of the Channelview church, announced Rev. L«.ngo. j The service will be held "rain or ahine," said Rev: Lajige. Leading up to the Easter sunrise service and denominational Easter programs, many Baytown churches are having speciaU services during 1 Holy Week. Concluding a week of sen-ices will be St. Mark's Methodist and Highlands Methodist. Dr. Wayne McCleskey's theme for the week at. St Mark's is "Jesua 1 Teachings About Himself." Included in Thursday's program will be Holy Communion. "The Story of Easter in Worship' and Music" by the Chancel choir of First Christian church will be presented at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in First Chirstian church and will include a communion service. Cedar Bayou Methodist an<f St John's Methodist will both observe the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. Grace Methodist and St. Paul Lutheran churches will have Holy Communion at 7:30 p.m. Friday. Redeemer Lutheran will combine a spatial sermon-service with Holy Communion at 7:30 p.m. Friday, The Traditional Three Hour service from noon to 3 p.m. Friday has been announced for Trinity Episcopal church, with the Rev. p. Walter Henckell, pastor, presenting emditations on the "Seven Last Words From the Cross." The Rev. Hooper Haygood of St. John's Methocfist will be assisted iby the Rev. Mondrick Gor^ycki, a former -pastor of St. John's, ajid the Rev. im Beaurnan of Seebrook for 7:30 p.m. Good Friday sen-ices at St John's church. St. Joseph's Catholic church will have high Mass at 6 pjn. Thursday. At 6 p.m.. Friday services will include the reading of the Passion, the Veneration of the Cross and Communion. Stations of the Crosi will be at 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. with the latter followed by a Veneration of the Cross. Blessing of the Easter fire, Easter candle, blessing of the baptismal water ajid the Litany of the Saints ic scheduled for 10:30 p.m. Saturday, climaxed! by High Mass at midnight Election - (Continued From Page Oi>«) Negro Joins School Race WAXAHACffiE. Tex. —UP— A four-man field, including the first Negro candidate, was entered Thursday in the race for two places on the Waxahachie school board. Wilson L. Williams, operator of a grocery and drug store, filed for a post 30 minutes before the deadline Wednesday to become the first Negro to run for office in Waxhachie hislory. A. W. Cloud Is Buried In Bryan Cemetery A. Vf. Cloud, father of J. C. Cloud of Baytown, was buried recently in Bryan city cemetery- Cloud, 84, died Sunday at his home in Bryan after a long illness. Dr. R. E r Day of Bryan and the Rev. E. P. Ramsey of Reliance officiated at the funeral services in the Hillicr Funeral chapel. In addition to his son in Baytown, Cloud 1 is survived by two other sons, N. B. Cloud of Galena Park and R.'C. Cloud of Bryan; two daughters, Mrs. W. H. Newton and Mrs. M. O. Hudson, both of Bryan; 10 grandchildren, eight great grandchildren and two sisters. Boy is Bruised In Truck-Bike Collision Mark Dudley Kelson, 9, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Nelson of 500 East Adouc, received only minor bruises when his bicycle collided •with a pickup truck late Wednesday. The hoy was pedalling down the sidewalk on East Sterling when the pickup, driven by Mrs. Katie Dunn of PvOute 3, Baytown, backed out of a garage, police said. The boy could not slop in time, and crashed into the side of the truck, He was taken to B'clknor Clinic for examination and released, according to the accident report. KREL 1360 ON YOUR DIAL THURSDAY tVININft 2:58 — News Headlines 4:00— Red Hot ana Blan «:00 — J280 PrUlwooil DH»» 6:5»— New« Headline* 7:00 — NiKht Train 10:00— SiKn Oil MOftNIN* PBIOAY «:00— Studio Sit «:2S — News e.-JO— Studio Hi* 7:28 _ Newi 7:20— Stod!« fi!X 8:60— nttc/iite llfcow II :00— N*w» 11;01— HouKlriv** Hoi! Id 7 J2.-I H:j?h;»r,«* Aw^wMy fit Tt.' public Interest Vocation Guidance Program Ends At Robert E. Lee High A six-week vocational guidance program ,at Robert E. Lee high school closed Wednesday, Mrs. Winnie Brown, sponsor, said Thursday. . Included in the program was li period each week when visitors from various Vocational fields were presented and students were given an opportunity to attend the session of their choice. Approximately. 100 people were speaking -guests at the school during the guidance program, Mrs. Brown Said. Appearing Wednesday for the closing session were ,.i)r. Fred Lamp, R. B. Williams, Dr. S. S. Shaffer, Thad Fennema, A. R. Dud- lay and E. R. Clark of Baytown and Roy Huffington of Houston, who formed a panel for those interested in science and engineering; Miss Carolyn Morse, nurses; Mrs. Maurice Baumgarten, of Huston, for girls looking at the future. Dr. W. T. Jones, doctors and dentists; Mrs. Wilma C- Hollingsworth, .teachers; O. M. Meadors, accountants; Dr. Alvera Griffin, physical education majors; Dr. Jesse Kirkpatrict. farming and ranching,- Sgt. Hiram Sigler, boys and the Army: Lt Olson, girls and the Army; L. L. Fuller, business ownership; the Rev. W. J. Goodwin, religious education and those interested in pharmacy took a field trip to San Jacinto Memorial hospital. Here And There -..... in deer H*t* And Thcrt Fnye Cook , in '*. hospital with pneumonia: Harrcll KistersonXin hospital with flu . v. CUtrcr family down with flu . . . Ray Mclntosh arrives in D- P. from" Fort Ord, California, where he has finished his basic training in the army. He will return to Fort Ord. and attend administrative- school. Drag Roct Some 200 persons viewed the drag •trip contest Sunday evening. Thirty boys and men competing. First place winner in the V8 clasi was Calvin Mitchell, and winners in the six-cylinder bracket were Donald Gufhier, first place, and Bobby Boles, second. Man Is Due 'Thanks' For Finding Purse Mrs. Leonard Gray, 215 East Pearcc, is looking for the man who found.her purse and returned it ' The purse fell from the fender of Mrs. Gray's car. She had" placed it there for a minute while carrying On. a conversation then got in the car and drove away, forgetting the purse. Later, she remembered and when she went to looJc for it the purse had fallen from the fender. Mrs. Gray's husband retraced the car's route but wag unable to find the lost article. A little later an unidentified man returned the purse to Gray and'in the excitement Gray failed to get the man's name. If you are the finder, please call Mrs. Gray at 9350. She wants to say thanks. HIGHWAY 146 » HAVE YOU TRIED OUR GOLDEN BROWN FRIED CHICKEN? Tou Renlly Haven't Eaten Until You Do. Only 65 Dinner m Z C m Homo Owned and Home Operated Mean Lower Prices For 1'ou CALL 9SM FOR 1AKE HOME ORDERS BROWN'S CHICKEN SHACK C. TexM Are. at Highway 1M *;«— Club 12*5 creases. More manpower is «- sentiel to enforce the laws, operate city equipment an* to assist in maintenance of city property. And naturally, as a city extend* its corporate limits, more equipment must be purchased to repair and maintain street*, sewers and guttera in the new sections of Bay-' ' town. Using the drainage problem an « ca*e in point, it i* pointed out that the city has spent some J202,- 762 on storm sewers eince 194-9. While the drainage problem of Baytown was somewhat improved, the need for more adequate drainage still exists. The terrestrial otructure of the locale is no fault of the present or past city administration, but It does pose an ever existing problem that demands cool heeds for a lolutton. Not only does the Inadequate drainage eystem of the city present a possible health problem, but it detracts from real estate value. This is only one of the many problems that face the men you elect to your city council, and it is your duty to yoruself and your neighbor, to cast a ballot for the man you consider most qualified toseek the solution. The tempo of the additional improvements program and the methods of financing will be epurred in the near future, and it ig these same men you elect who will chart the course of the entire program. What do you, the citizens of Baytown, want Included in the program? How do you want it financed? How much should bt spent on each item? There are only a few of the questions which your city council will have to answer when the project is put into action, and your answer to the questions are voiced by the proxy votes of your councilmen. There may toe numerous Bay- tonians who will say to themselves, "I can't vote, because there is no election of a councilman for my precinct this year' 1 and there may bo some who will say, "there's no use in my voting, because there is only one contested! race, and there will be enough votes cast without mine." The thinking of the former group I« erroneous because the councilmen are elected on an at-Iarge- basis, and every qualified voter in the corporate limits of Baytown is eligible to vote, regardless of whether the position on the council, which represents his resident district is open. And the train of thought of the 'alter group reflects a complete lack ot political interest and civic pride that may well retard th» progress of any city. The time required to vote in negligible, and the importance of any city election in a progressive city is paramount The citizens of Baytown who take an active, part Jn the government of the city, and have a detp- rootcd pride in its progress, urge you to cast your ballots Tuesday and contribute to the record vote that would Irrefutably reflect the cooperation the city officials may expect during the corning period of prof re»», Although only onft-fourth of Um United States population live in the Northeaster stales, tiiey receive nearly half of all lamb ami mutton , shipped. SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MARYLAND CLUB COFFEE LB, GLADIOLA FLOUR 10 Kraft's Harvest Moan SALAD DRESSING Qt 39c Del Monte Emrly GARDEN PEAS g, 19c Snowdrift SHORTENING 3™, kl ft. < S«.69e Xabl»co Vanilla WAFERS Chicken Of The Sea CHUNK TUNA .7!«-O«. Box -H Site Ciul 21c 2?c GLADIOLA CAKE MIXES PffPK Hunt's FRUIT COCKTAIL Hunfp PEACH HALVES Hunt's PEAR HALVES Detergent LUX UQUID 33c 10c Off OA .12-Or. Can *7C TWE .. Pk , Scotldn LUNCHEON NAPKINS 2 ,„ 25c ORANGE JUICE IPAJfA Tooth Paste E C 49c BAYKR ASPIRIN 100 ,49c California POTATOES 10 us 59c Jumbo H«wl LETTUCE 2 HEADS 23C Fresh Grcftn CABBAGE 5c LB Red Delicious APPLES 2 IBS 29c Samuel's Mohawk Sugar Cured HAMS Whole or Shank Half Lb. BuH End Lb. 49c Fresh Lociil SPECKLED TROUT u, 39c Fresh Boston Butt PORK ROAST „, 29c 3'ountr I'nt HENS ,„ 43c Home Killed FRYERS L ,,39c Kxtro Knncv Von.l LOIN STEAK ,.„. 57c Kxlra Fxncv \f.il SQUARE CUT ROAST ,,„. 39c Vcnl SHORT R!SS , b 29c I''rcsh Ground HAMBURGER 3 u , 89c Kath's Blackhawk Thick Sliced Bacon 2 Ih , 79c WE REDEEM ALL GOOD COUPONS ft I, BUSCH'S SUPER MARKET C.E, m4 A, 4, IUSCH, OWMTI Serving Thrifty R«yf onianv For 28 Years \,

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