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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 2

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Friday, MarcH 30, 1956 Sunrise Easier w.rvicc 6 a.m., Memorial Stadium. HIGHWAY 146 • HAVE YOU TRIED OUR GOLDEN BROWN FRIED CHICKEN? Ton Re*H.r Haven't Eaten Until You Do. Only 65 Dinner Home Owned and Home Operated Mean Lower Prices For Ton CAJU. BSK3 FOR TAKE HOME ORDERS BROWN'S CHICKEN SHACK E. T«x*« Are. M HH|rhw»T 14$ Kiwanis Club To Entertain TV. Log- Key Club Poster Winners Winners of the Key club's poster contest, togvther with the winning posters, may bp presented at the Kiwflms luncheon at the Tower next Thursday. Dr. Richard Woods, ohah'msn of the spiritual aims committee of the Kiwaais club, directed the "Dre-ss Up Easter Spiritually" contest in which the posters were submitted. The Kiwaniiins this week heard Baytown junior high school students in a musio program at their luncheon a: which M', C. Rushing W.TS program chairman. Mrs. E. W. Bueiow, music teacher al Baytown junior high, presented two groups ol si rigor? and a soioisi, ;The girls group incjudixi Ann Star.oley, Glenda Yar.deil. Margaret Du'sor.. Xeier.a Broom. Julia Patterson, Judy Givens, Ginger Eddings arid Mary Elizabeth Kubicsv. Tho boys group included James Lans'ord. Johnny Samaria. Buddy BoudJoche. .T. E. Treadway. Gordon Jennings, Jimmy Brummett. Jimmy AnUe and Wt?ndt?!! Griffin. Kareen V.'ajfleil was >the soloist ^^•^•^^•^••••[•^^^^^•l^^^^MHIPHiHMH^^^^^^^^HBHHMII^^BH^^^^^^^^^^^^^^HHP^PHi FOR RENT NEW AIR CONDITIONED BUILDING LOCATED 123 E, TEXAS Suitable For Office or Small Business 600 Sq. Feet APPLY ABE ROSENZWEIG 0 ™* DAY PHONE 2993 — AFTER 1 P.M. 9320 "This Hot Weather Changed My Mind!" I'm starting a savings account at Harris County Federal Savings & Loan Association for that new air conditioner. Bet by the time next summer rolls around, I will have enough to really keep cool! HARRIS COUNTY FEDERAL SAYINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION 300 W. Defee Dial 8333 and sang her popular "personality" songs. Sam Aiford. Khvanis president, and IT. B, Fulmer reported that they attended a chamber o£ com* me.roe banquet in Silsbcc where they board Casey Moore, a Hearne philosopher and. humorist who will speak .« the Khvanis .club ladies night program on April i9- REL High School Students Open Civic Week Sunday April 1-7 will be obserx-ed as Civic week at Robert E. Lee high school ana students will start the ball rolling by attending: church services Sunday. The activities are under the Btispices o? the student council an-.i special committees have been setup to promote the week. John Carter and Ann Parrish are co-chairmen of the Sunday program. Monday will be preparation day; Tuesday, good sportsmanship league cay during which GSL delegates and seven representatives of the student body will attend a raeetir.g in Freeport Election day will be Wednesday with a mayor and council members to be selected fay the student body. Biected 1 officers iviii appoint other public officials who will take over the city government Saturday. Thursday will be observed as public relations cay. At z. night banquet, the student council will be host to local businessmen in the school cafeteria. Elaine Bruce and Bill Parrish are in charge of banquet arrangements. Students will take over classes Friday in observance of student- teacher day. Saturday when the elected and appointed* officials run the city, notices and official acts will "okayed." by the one-day crew. Blcmchard - (Continued .From Page One) the names of the best bootleggers and the prettiest girls and finally got himself a model-T. "Them was the days!" he recalls- One of those pretty girls finally caught Blanchard, and one by one his pals also married. "Now we meet and talk about our grandkids." he said. Blanchard has four of them— prettiest grandchildren a mar. ever had. he insists. They are Audrey and Janet, the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bla.nchard of Dallas, and Chuckie and David, the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Pvhodes of Dallas. Blanchard has been a member of Odd Fellows Lodge No. 960 for many years, and the members sponsored " the farewell party Friday night. He also is a member of Encampment No. 150 in Baytown. of Canton No. 5 and the Memorial Baptist church. Blanchard is one of the pioneers of the Pioneer Club. and for many years was a familiar face around the Humble Club. The Blanchards plan to continue living in Baytown for awhile at least". "I'm sure there are belter climates, but there's not a better town than Baytown." he said. Services Today For 18-Mcxith-Old Baby Funeral sen-ices for Paula Renee Carroll, IK months, were to be held at 4 p.m. Saturday at the Second Baptist church in Chan- r.elview with the R.ev. Kenneth Trent, pastor, officiating. Burial will'be in San Jacinto Memorial Park cemetery under direction of Paul U. Lee funeral home. The baby died at G a.m. Thursday after a brief illnes.?. 5'J"v:vsr.«i ;ire the mother. Mrs. Roland Kaderli o? Coariy, the father. Mr. .lan-.iis Olin Carroll of lyjmpoc. Calif., a brother, Mr. James Anthony Carroll of Coady. Also surviving are the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. P.. \V. Olney of \Voosicr and Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Carroll of Wooster. CHANNEL 2, KPRC-TV SATCHOA* 5:00 Koy Kojjers 5:30 Soldiers of Fortune 6:00 People's Choice 6:30 Ulp Surpnse ~:00 I'erry Como S:00 People Are Funny 8:30 Star Thou tor 9:00 George Gobel 9:30 Hit I'anulp 10:00 City Detective 10:30 Studio 57 ,11:00 Movie Spectacular 12:30 Sijrn Off SVXDAY 8:30 Industry on Parade ,X;.|j> Christian Science 8 UK) Easter Services 10:00 Frontiers of Faith J0:« What's Vour Trouble 11:00 Christophers 11:30 This Is The Life 12:00 Roval Playhouse 12:30 Susie 1:00 Million Dollar MovV 2:SO Monte Cristo 3:00 Wide Wide World 4:30 Capt. Gallant 5:00 Meet the Press 5:30 Judge Koy Bean 6:00 It's A Great Life 8:30 Frontiers 7:00 Comedy Hour S:00 Alcoa iiour 3:00 JjOreUa Young 9:30 Highway Patrol 10:00 Texas In Ec.-iew 10:30 Heart of City 11:00 Justice 11:30 Royal Playhouse 12:00 Sign Off CHANNEL 11, KGUL-TV SATURDAY 5:30 Lucy Stioxv (!:00 The Falcon 6:30 Beat The Clock 7:00 .Jackie Gieason 7:30 Stage Show 8:00 Two For Money S:30 It's Always Jan 9:00 Gunsmoke 9:30 Runyon Theater 10:00 Death Valley Days 10:30 The Mse 11:00 Lnts Show 12:45 Sign Off SO-DAY 6:00 Sunrise Sen-ice 7:00 Magnificant Adventure, 8:00 Faith For Today 8:30 TV Chapel 9:00 Lamp TJitto My Feet 9:30 Look Up and Live 10:00 Easter Sen-ice 11:00 Take A Trip 31:30 Meteorology 12:00 The Christophers 12:30 Wild "BiU Mickok 1:00 Sherlock Holmes 2:00 Charades 2:30 Zoo Parade 3:00 Front Row Center 4:00 Omnibus 5:30 Ysu Arc There 6:00 Lassie 6:30 Private Secretary ~:00 E:l Suiiivan 8:00 CE Theater 8:30 Alfred Hitchcock 9:00 Adventure Appointment 9:30 What's My Line 10:00 News Special 10:15 Bill Roberts 10:30 Late Show 12:15 Sign Off CHANNEL 13, KTRK-TV SATURDAY 5:30 To Be Announced 6:00 Ethel and Alhen. 6:30 Ozark Jubilee 7:00 Grand Ole Opry 8:00 Lawrence Welk 9:00 Chance of Lifetime 9:30 Meadawbrook Music ]0:f)0 Bowling 11:00 Studio 1.1 12:15 News; Sipn Oft SU.VDA1' ]0:jn Anthem 10:15 Miracle Of Love 11:00 First Methodist 12:00 Christophers 32:30 Prize Movie 2:30 First Easier 3:00 Dean Pike ."5:30 Your Bible 4:00 Super Circus 5:00 Beulah 5:30 Playhou.se 6:00 You Asked For It R:30 Famous Film Festival 8:00 Amateur Hour 9:00 Dollar A Second 9:.",0 The Pendulum 10:00 Star Steel Hour 11:30 XJBWS; Sign Off One Killed in f'-olliMon GAINESVILLE. Tex. — UP — John V. Moore, M, of CaJliscurg, Tex., was killed P'riday when a, truck in which h« v,-as riding collided with an automobile eight miles cast of Gainesville. Three other persons suffered injuries. ENJOY BREAKFAST AT THE TRI-CITY—OPEN 6 A.M. After Church We Suggest Sunday Dinner AT THE TRI-CITY CAFE Choice of: Fruii Juice, Fruii Cockiaif or ChicVtn Soup Choice of: Roast Turkey and Dressing, Cranberry -jr Fried Spring Chicken •ir Broiled Dinner Stealt in Butter Ssuce Baked Young Chicken, Dressing, Apple Sauce Chicken and Dumplings •jc Belied New Poiatoes V/iih String Beans Choice Drink Grilled Fancy Pork Chops, Apple Sauce if Creamed Cauliflower it; Waldorf Salad Hot Rolls Choice of Devil's Food Cake, Ice Cream, or Sherbet i 15 KREL 1360 ON YOUR DIAL SATURDAY EVENING 3:5S— I«>v-s Iiea'!i;r.p!t •t :-'ff) — I'.erl-Hot «n'J Jiilis 7;Cfl — 'Nifftl Train 10:00 — Sign Off SUNDAY MORNINtJ f, .00— ^.aAff r Kur.r^fr FcrvK* B ;•!:.— svinrtay v.at-.t- h:';'j— h'-:i;:,on in 'ine N«w§ S;i:>— HiKMar.'j!! Afy.nrAly tjl frf ^.•'{0 — O*r;tril AssfrmDly ol Qoa 9:00 — t>f.«c.i!zo 8how SUNDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 — Siiir/Jay Uatlne* SUNDAY EVENING fj ;00 — Th*- Cfiiici H»*y6nd 5:30 — f*ruuii:y We ji»>i «:</0 — A rttrts Or. Parue . . . *;4i— Tr;« Oi.fisioj.hert 0.00 — S^'J'-A/ Keiff.^ii* li>;0tf — Hiia Ol! MONDAY MORNIN9 e-.C3_StutI'.o S!i 7:20— TKC 3M, Cist 7:3O— Stutflo S!i 8:60 — Delta !zo Sho 11 :02— MONOAV AFTERNOON i*rt*«^_N#W9 I.V-Il:i{W»ii':» A^nimhly f,1 Ot :301— Jr, The TuWie Ir.teren Police Round Up T 24 Dope Suspects In $225,000 Haul HOUSTON —UP— Police minded up 2-t alleged drug; addicts in mass raids Friday' night and grot a bonus of a marijuana shipment that could have made 522.'>,000 worth of "reefers." or cigurots. Rodolpho Hernandez. 20, of Nuovo Laredo. Mex., was arrested as the driver of a truck which contained the mariiuana. Officers u-ere trailing him when "he drove into the area whore the mass narcotics raids were under way, Hernandez said he picked up the shipment in Victoria, Tex,, 10 deliver in Houston. When police i*los«i in on the truck, a 1 car nc- compar.ying- it swerved, ran up on a pavement and sidoswipod a building-, then sped off, Mrs. Ruth Goodwin Dies In Highlands -Mrs. Ruth Goodwin, 70, died at 3:45 p.m. Friday in iv Highlands eonvalcsconsi; homo. She is survived by her husband, George YV. Goodwin Sr.. of H:\yncs- ville, La.; and by three (Taupiitors. Mrs. Leona Pennington of Crosby, Mr:?. Ruby Barrett of Miami, Pla.. and Mrs. Bessie 3il«ci Dunn of Houston; and one son, Georgu Goodwin Jr., of Florida. She is also survived by four grandchildren. The services will be held at 4 p.m. at the Earthmnn chapel in Highlands with the Rev. James Mooro. pastor of the Crosby Church, of Christ, officiating. Pallbearers will be Lee Campbell, Jack Wagstaff, Bennie An- t'.vaine. Bill Walker, B. J. Henderson, and Fred Williams, Cards Elated Over Purchase Of Sauer ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.—UP— General Manager Frank ' Lann said S.'Uuri.ljiy the, aequsition of Hank Savior',"means the St. • Louis Cardinals won't be suckers for every left-handed pitcher in the National League this year." Attend Church Sunday Sunrise Kustcr service 6 a.m., •Memorial .Sliuliuiii. Red Cross Motor Service (Continued Front 'Page One) Cross Motor Service volunteers in Baytbwn to work one day a \veek.- A Texas a'rivcr's license is required. Persons muse be within 2.1 to SO years of age and be willin.? to take a firs; aid oour.se <is part of training 1 . There is also an urgent need for women interested in teaching- daytime classes ir. first aid. Those who have current Red Cross first «ki instructor certificates are eligible to teach. If enough persons «re interested, an instructor's course will be set up. Persons interested in either motor service work or in teaching jirst aid should contact Mrs. Anna Johnson at the Red Cross Baytown office, phone 5960. Rcrf Cross water safety instructor courses for school teachers will start at T p.m. Monday, April 2, ;it Robert K. Lee and George Washington Carver high schools in Baytown. Platinum was known to the Colombian Indians of South America long- before Columbus discovered the New World. EASTER BREAKFAST Served Early and Late ENJOY A SPECIAL THE BLUE ARROW 3505 MARKET HAM BAKED TURKEY FRIED CHICKEN •k VKGKTABJ.ES * GREEN .SALAD * FRESH STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE CHILD'S PLATE UNDER 10 50c 1954 NASH AmhuKsador 1-door Air Conditioned. Fu Equipped—You C:i Steal This One Fro: WILLIS COBP NASH CO. NO fOOLlN YOU CANT AFFORP TO MISS OUR GALA MIDMTE SHOW! SATURDAY 11:30 P.M. ,HCNir/ corofuus • v-wn»,KIWI cauw IOX OFFICE OPENS 10:45 DOORS 11:15 — SHOW 11:30 ALL SEATS 60c VKUNSON HOME LOANS REAL ESTATE SALES BOB JJBVBKLY. Koailur TuoU Kcttlty riiono fil'l 9 S. Ashbel DRIVE-IN PHARMACY 320 W. DE FEE DIAL 2975 NO PARKING PROBLEM free Delivery-Open Until Midnight QRUNSON LAST TIMES TODAY HUNT SIM ted in EASTMAN COLOR STARTING SUNDAY THROUGH WEDNCSDAY BING CROSBY DONALD O'CONNOR MITZI GAYNOR \ ^toe year's big Musical? «'« t-r TECHNICOLOR .iih JEANMAIRE • PHIL HARRIS 84 y if ENDS TONIGHT * 'LAST OF THE DESPERADOS' r- JAMES DEAN REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE SUNDAY * A I)OKI) HIT * MJtST SIIOWINO I.V HAYTOWX LAST TIMES TODAY JLAST HJIMnr I! Ill iMf'Vjil IflHuV/:!ifin!f' uMll SUNDAY - MONDAY THE BOLDEST STORY OF LOVE YOU HAVE EVER BEEN PERMITTED TO SEE! Dimr ANNA .Hal Wallis' Pf»4»l...l> .,< Mf.SSCt: WILLIAMS* ADULTS 50c TONIGHT DECKER RAIN or SHiNt PLUS "THE LAST COMMAND" SUNDAY MONDAY %:•!% HI-HO-SILVER! Away to the ..-.—^,"i4fcii greatest adventure the west has ever ""'WI^^Mff _— known! PLUS CUYTON. JAY SilYERHtES AKI.KNK I)AHI> in "THE DIAMOND 9UEEN"

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