The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on July 3, 1956 · Page 3
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 3

Baytown, Texas
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Tuesday, July 3, 1956
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Tuesday, July 3, 1956 POGO (She COMt CQMl! aSTAiNlY YOU CA* «£'# A e ' ELLA CINDERS —by Charlie P!umb and Fred Fox THE REVEREND HI,GRAHAM. WHERt'D VOL) G-ET THE E You MUST Le^RH TO Y DEFEND YOURSELF...... >, F'RIMSTAMCE NOW-.-THROW/ A RI6HT -^ HAND AT Me HELLO. MRS.THOMAS THE REVEREND WON'T BE'ABLE TO FRIENDSHIP DINNER TONIGHT... By Bill O'Mailey H! and LOIS By Mort Walker and Dik Brown IN THAT CASE/ YOU'LL WHAT 1 ASK ANP PUT YOUR LEFT 5. "(7 YOU HAVE AN OPEN ,MI,S7 A3OUT R%>T TC? 1 PUT HOW ; SLEEP/ WITH IT IN ---ANP $IN© IT A LULLA5V , ON THE TREE Lf. Tyree Playing Softball In Korea 7TM HIV., Kt'lKKA Army c,xl Lt. Janio.s H. Tynv, HI, whtiM- U'ifl 1 . Jillllllic lull', ,-IHil JlMIVIH.S Mr. ;UH( Mrs. JIIMICS 1 i. Tyivo... iiiv »t! :t:>"l Minnosoin in Ha.vinn-n, is playing soflli;il| in KOIVM on :!>.• 7l.h Iiil'iinti-.v Division's TiTlh KirM Artillery l!ntt;ilioii (rani. Li, Ty IV"'. a fnr\var,i obsrnvr in the liMllalion's BatVry ('. ,-irrivri.l m-pfsc;is List (ViobiT.' lie i-uU'n-il (In- army in .May li.'ifi al'u-r his KT.-uhiatioii from T.-::as A an<l M Pag< f Karchmer Returns From MeeJ In Los Angeles .!. 'A'. Younjj p.'irticipdted in % fnisn I.os Angi'ics where ho al- tfiii.lod a mooting. Tin- Anu;i'ii:a!i ("hcnikal Socipty'l :':ymn;vsii]m nti Analysis of Ef- fhiciits ami liapid Mplhoda of Analysis \vas held ut the University of ( ."alifrirnin iL.A.) K.'irelnsicr is a rrsniirrh special' iff. iii ICfsnrch and Development Pivision ;»', the rctincrj', Try Sun ('lassirii-d Atis— Diul 8303 / WHAT AM I JUMPlWS R I ACT LIKE HE'5 A MONSTER OK gOMSTHING/ COPS.'TWERE'5 THE 30SS.' LJ LJ LJ LJ nnsai DDDD DDDR Refinery's Young Panel Participant i .1. \V. oViin;; pnrtieipaieii in a j lisriixsion of neu- U'i-hnii|iie.s for I 'Siiinaliny constnioiion t-osts thai. . s a fi'iitun? in tlv current issiii 1 •• >i i.'ln'iiiic'Hl KiiKiiif'di'injjr I' ; Spunsorfd liy this national jour: la! a.s a ivi'onfn.l rninilalilr <lis- ; -iissii.ul. Un- synipnsiiliii ^iv,-s in; sii;!i!. inio> tri'hnu'ntrs aiu.l problems of Lhc engineer am! eim- ilraeir.r in esl imai.inK \vhnt nr'.v ! lin-iliiifs will cost. ; lieiu'esentative.s of six ma.jor : pnii i/ss plants in the Houston nn-n an,l nn ensnieerius' i/ontr;H - l(ir '. mail,' ii)i (he panel. Vrmnf. represented Ihnnble. 1-Ie is n projeei | enpineerinK .supervisor a! the re- 1 finerv. (Inly llif. male locusts can inlie .sounds. IN STOCKI ZARUMIM for aches and pains of arthritis, lumbago, bursifis, and back ache. GERrroi to improve tired blood R-D-X To help VMM lieduee with A Full fttomitrlt. BLACK'S PHARMACY 225 West Texas 721 East Texas / cuufiy LENNOX Waterless IT W 3 VI Ifv-JiJI AIR CONO DESIGNED FOR RESIDENTIAL USE If ,MIU (inn it Innne wilii nc'iilral \vanii air heatinfr, yon can have LK.\",\OX All Season Aire-b'lo Air Conditioning at rcn- sonalile cos!. And if. t;i;iUes no diff..:rom';i! if your home is new or old —- GAS APPLIANCE CO. 2500 MARKET DIAL 8397 Sen. Sam Ervin To Address Texas Bar Meef AU.STiN iSp i A iMiiintry lawyer v.'ho rose through (in: juclii ial ranks of his home-state to he- come a ranking member of his parly in the United Suites Serrate, u-ill address the Texas Bar's 74th annual meeting in Houston. July 4-7. fiam .1. Rrvin .Ir.. senior senator from North Carolina, ""ill speak brfore the general convention assembly, July 7, on "Alexander Hamilton's Phantom.'' i,. was announced by Maurice R. Bullock f Fort Stockton, state bar president. The fiO-ycar-old Democrat, whose Senate Committee assignments include Armed Services, Foreign Commerce and Govcrn- SEE us rrnsT HOME LOANS REAL ESTATE SALES Bon BEVERLY. Realtor Tnek Realty Phone S474 9 S. Aihbel nient Operations, succeeded the late Cljde R. Hoey by gubernatorial nppointnicni in mid-1954. He was eio.eted to his first full term in the general election of that year. Ervin begun his public career as a member of the North Carolina Legislature. He later served as county judge, member of the North Carolina Superior Court, the Slate Board of Law Examiners and member of Congress. He was associate justice of the State Supreme Court at the time of his appointment to the Senate. Senator Ervin will be met July 6 at Houston International Airport by a delegation of state and Houston Ear officials headed by Bullock. President-eleet Newton Gresham of Houston, and Denman Moody, Houston Bar president. Prc-rcsi.strations reported this week at convention headquarters in the Rice Hotel indicate that delegations from some 1RO local Texas bar as.sociritions will begin arriving Monday to participate in pre-convention activities. These include a golf tournament, sponsored Tuesday morning at Houston Country Club by Gulf Oil Corporation and the Houston Bar and eliminations of a moot court competition sponsored in the afternoon by the State Junior Bar of Texas. Student teams from the University of Houston. S'M.U. St. .Mary's University and the University of Texas Law Schools will participate. Letter-Mailer Brings Firemen On The Run JERSEY CITY. N..T. UP) — Firemen answering an alarm at a downtown intersection yesterday found only a group of passorsby, who explained they saw an unidentified man walk up to the fire alarm box. open the door, pull down the handle and try to do.- I ,|! Thanks! We wish to express our sincere thanks to the People of the Baytown area for their wonderful response to our invitation to attend our formal opening last Saturday. Our thanks, too, to the firms end individuals for the beautiful floral pieces and other messages of congratulations. The number of opening day visitors far surpassed our maximum estimates. Thanks again for visiting us . . and do come back! i i Peoples State I i!| Main and Market Streets at the "Y" Phone 823 For Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit c .- 4-Oo»f Wvf*f« H r.»F. IT is July— more than lialf a year since the oppnrlnnily first liiTsciitcd itself for yon to Iry and spirit of llu.: 195fS Buick. And take it from alums': a 'naif-million happy new Buick mvuers-you vc been missiiiG; plenty. You've been missing out on the smartness of Buiek's new styling-the joy of Buiek's great new ride-lhe new lift and life of the most powerful VS in all Buick annals. But most definitely —you've been missing out on the thrills of the most modern transmission in motordom— Variable Pitch Dvmidow.* For (his is the oulv ear Irai^missiou in the \vorld thai uses (he variable pitch priuciplr-of today's airer;ilt.l» give y»' ItCO kinds of da/./Iing i^'flormanee. In normal driving, (us! the first inch of pedal travel givrs you instant gel- away response—with tthsolulc smoothness—and with ne\v gas savings, because you use so light a throttle pressure. But when you r.eed split-second pielc- np for safety's sake —you lloor the pedal, switch the pitch, and /oom out, around and back in lane with an electrifying sweep ol power, So this, you can sec, is something to;: new ami too -::ood to pass up any longer. And what it can do lor your budget - as well as your spirits — is something \oii should look into now. I'.ctause the lad is, the price, story here is so allradivc that. Buick outsells all other cars in America except: I wo of [he well-known smaller makes, \\ell IK happy to show you why-and (ell you how high l!v value of your present car is —any time you say. \\1iv not come iu sM-ir-iilxc this week? Todav would .be even better! >WHEN EETTtR AUTOMOBiiES ARE B'JIIT EU1CK Will BUILD TWEW • PAUL PRINCE BUICK COMPANY 2800 MARKET STREET BAYTOWN

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