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lagliyoti fiffl »<hursday, July a, xaoo Good, Static-Free Recordings- Hi-Fi Shot In Arm To FM Radio Noon Coll •• Stock Quotes [(Courtesy Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenn«r & SUN SPOTS John Huston Gives Up Hollywood Life Movie Director Chooses Th e Rural Life Of Ireland Ry PRESTOX Me CiRAVf The increase \n popularity of hiph fidelity h:is Vwr, like a smns- fusion o; Moo-j plasma 10 frequon- rv modulation radio in the south- F"M. which '..= able to <lohvf»r an almosl stauc-fnv signal above a.D'1 belov.- the hearing of most human beings, had a hap.': time with the advent of !eie - .1sior. Bui ?.::<uoph:les toy.d out that FM stations' which stayori ,.-•->, the had =in Si'mos; endless supply of goo-r: recording's. Tntv sounded A< p.»'. ••= rv» crds played 0:1 hi-fi rc'crci pisy- w. and sometimes b~-".er. N> (.au.se the FM stations have the finest eauipjr.er:! and trvuntxi engineer? to operate it. Furhard Week.- p"o.£T.">m - J .'"c:- tor of WKR. which is owne.i by tho Ciry of 'Dallas, says that ?.t :he recent NAP.TB convention ".' Chicago the consensus was that FM is on its way back. •'Durward Tucker, the. manager of WRR-AM and FM. ?nd ! spent - (lay in the FM section of the NARTB meetins:." he says "We picked ;;p ,1 ir>t"p; : po:r.U--rs or pro srairijninsr FM ?.sc: ' ! '!' «re coiisin- er.nc' live pro—arr-rrJne: for FM son " Li'-'C 3TiUS3C, "bro^'i'^sst o^'er hirh f:de'.~;v FM statior.s, is probably the bi'Fi of hi eh fidelity, since it bypasses phonograph records, tape Turr.iab'es and p.ckup? and !mr.:;r'.s 10 sound a remarkable snnfn of presence and dimension- MTIH-FM operates like many of thr FM stat.ons or. the air now. Part of the day it duplicates the prosrrvirr 1 ..- of WRR-AM. and in the evenins:. when the hi-fi listening audience 1 i." hea\1est. it prograras ser»arafe)y or. FJ»f. with emphasis or: quality and maieriaJ. Trie quality on some FM sta- t':>rs is"not much better than on AM. Bu: Weeks said VvPJt-FM hr.s broadcast a high quality sig- rai from the time :t went on the "' h-,s u.=c'1 improved pickups ar.c ~i(rrrir*nn?s. s." they came o~. th? msrket.. The Isst time f.T.H-F^rs signal was checked, it was flat from 2n to 20.000 cycles r-=r second, Week? ss;.~. A couple of years ag-o. t^"RR thought about taking its FM station off the air. The squawks from listeners were so nurnerotLS si<d loud that the \VRR management, quickly changed it mind. WRR-FM uses an eight-bay antenna on a , r >SO-foot tower. It has a 10 kilowatt transmitter, which, fed into the eight-bay antenna gives an effective radiated power of ftS ki Iowa is. This covers ?. iot of to-rmoiy. \Ve«ks sa ys he jets letters from regular listeners as far out as 120 miles from Pallas, though FM is supposed to be a line-of-s i £ h t bnv- :5c3stin? medium. On WRR-FM anrt on most high fvrie'.irv FM fistior.j. the program cualitv leans toward The classics .-.n.i s P m i-riasflcs Commercials -\rp seldom spsce-^- closer than IS n". '. n u ' e ? P-no vinsponsoreri rro- are almost continuous mu- Weeks says that there are more FM receivers around than .senor- aliy supposed. For instance, there are .Ml. 000 in Dallas, which has three FM stations. Xot only ha,' high fidelity pi von a now loa'so on life to existing FM stations, but it also has caused the bui'.dir.g of new ones, notably in New Orleans. Austin. Tex.. Denver. and Naeogrdoehes. Texas. One of the early complaints with FM was that receivers' drifted off the station. Automatic frequency control has fixed that, by keeping the receiver automatically tuned into the peak of the broadcast sicnal. Ludlum Allis-Chalmers Amor Cyan A T and T Anaconda Cop Anuer-Prichar.d Both Steel CeUinese ....'• Cclotex Chrysler Corp Cities Sen- Columb Gas ....... Creole Pet l~>ow Chem D« Pont Chom Dresser Eastman Kodak . •. El Paso Xafl Gas OHs Bduqhmcm Rites Today Burial in Home Town Of Alken, S. C. Funeral services for OtL< LaFayette Baurhman. 54, of 3604 Water Ml* TOMTE LICENSE Fms NITE 2050 M «— "APACHE "MIRACLE THE RAIN 1 IN i FRIDAY 3 FEATURES 3 xo. i .BILL HALEY and his COMET? XO. JAMB STEWART r>: "STRATTON STORY" (Continued From not a necessity. At present more than three million gallons of water ere foeing used daily. The normal amount •used is about 2.5 million. Grantham said. Only on one or two days in previous years, has use ever exceeded the three rnijlion mark, he added The well on Carlton has a low water level and at times it geu= 90 low that the pump breaks suction and intakes only air rather than water. Conservation in use will allow the level to rise s.nd \vili alleviate the danger of the well ceasing. Parts for the pump On be? drive have been ordered, according to Grantham, but no word has been received on the delivery. Grantham aid not kr.ow when operation would b« restored hut sa'.d he hs- J little fcor-3 r'or repairs be;n£ completed this week. "With these two wells out cxf coniniissior.. ail water will have to be pumped from the other four pumps in other sections of the city.'' Granth&m said. Dry weather, excessive use, one pump not operating and the possibility of a second ceasing to function open the way for a water shortage Conservation now will prevent it Grantham said. Boulevard, will be held at 5 p.m. Thursday at Paul U. Lee funeral home with the Rev. A. U Jordan, pastor of Memorial Baptist church, officiating. The body will be sent to Bausrh- nian's native home. Aiken. S., C.. for a sen-ice at Rocky Springs Baptist church at 5 p.m. Saturday and burial in the Rocky Springs cemetery. B. M. George funeral home of AiKen will have charge of the services there. Baughman. owner ot the R.hy- thrn Music shop, died at 5 a.m. Wednesday at a Baytown hospital after suffering a. heart attack abox;t ar. hour earlier at his home. He had been a resident of Baytown for about 20 years and was a member of the Optimist club. Members of the O?timUt club will be honorary pallbearers for the Baytown rites. Survivors are hie wife. Mrs. Rosa Lee Baughman; three stepsons, Arthur Hensen. stationed at the Mauldin Air Force Base in iUs- jouri; David Dillon and Roger Dillon, both of Baytcwr.: his mother. Mrs. Annie Baughmp.n of TONIGHT IS FAMILY N10HT! ENTIRE ADMITTED FOR TO SEE Joseph COHEN Rhonda FLEMING Wendell COREY STARTS FRIDAY Th« Miqhty Mon*t«f "GODZILLA" ALWAYS COOL AND COMFORTABLE EXI>S TONIGHT Tn«. LAOY. C01BW FRIDAY AND SATURDAY t'.AKTOON rF.NQUr>"?*'' * PORTS Also surviving- are four sisters. Miss Cora Ba.ush.man. Mrs. Lillie Pennington, Miss Bessie Baugb- m&n and Mrs. Annie Mae LaRous- so; all of Aiken. S. C: two brothers, Willie E. Baughman of Ea«ley, S. C. and Freddie O. Baughman of Aiken. Truck Overturns, Blocking Traffic On Huffman Road Traffic was blocked on the Crosby-Huffman R/oad for more than three hours Thursday morn- infr due to a truck mishap which occurred at the Gum Gulley bridge about three miles north o* Crosby. A new bridge is being built over the gully sjid a detour around the old one is being made through the galley. A Robertson Transport track wao dumping a loed of shell into the gully for the detour and when the truck bed was up it tipped from the detour Into the gully. The truck was on its left side and Robertson wreckers were attaching cables onto its right side to pull it upright. In about three hours of efforts, they had had no luck. The wreckers attempting to get th* truck out were what was actually blocking the roacT. although traffic did get through occaasion- ally. The driver. A. Grantom of Houston, suffered minor leg injuries and was taken to a hospital in Houston. The bridge is being built over the gulley in connection with a State Highway Department contract to pave the eight mile stretch from Crosby to Huffman. Sparing Dse Of Gospel Music Urged By Hot f DES MOINES. Iowa iUP> — A professor of church music, warned today that churches, should use it is "weil below" the best churches have to offer. Dr. Evelyn Hoff of Yank ton iS.D.' College told a church music conference that "s;osf«i music is we!! below the best of the hymnody of the church, which expresses the worshipful praise of the eternal." Frocport Sulph Ford Gen Electric Gen Motors ("ion Tolt>ph On Tire, and Ruh Gillette Saf Goodyear Tire ... •• Greyhound Bus Gulf Oil Gulf Srat I?til Houston Oil H. I,, and P. Co. .. Humble Oil Imperial Oil Int'I Nickel Inf! Harv Jones and Laugh .. Zjbby JfcX Liggett and M;yer« Loew's Inc La Land • Mack Trucks Merrill Petr Monsanto TCat Dairy Prod . Xe%vp News Ship . Ohio Oil Olin-Math ,.. • Stude-Packard .... Pacific Pet Getty Oil Pancostal Pet ... anhandle and P- . Penney's Inc Phillips Petr Pure Oil Sperry Rand Repub St?pl Royal Dutch Sapphire Sears Shell Sinclair Oil Skelly Oil Socony-Vao Sou Pacif St. Regis Paper .. Stan Oil Ind Stan Oil Ohio Stan OH 3S~ J Sun Oil Sunray-Mid Cont . Teitnessoe Gas Texas Co Texas Gulf Prod . Tex Gulf Sulph .. Tidewater Corp ... Textros Texas Eastern ... Union C and C . • • Union Oil of Calii U S Steel United Airlines .. • United Carbon .., YV'oodley Petr ... June NO Cottoa . Alum. Ltd , So. Prod . 35 'a . 7-r.i .lOfl'i . 7?. . 35 - l s .153 . J.V* . 43 . 63"»i . 67 1 » . 16 , 86 . S2 .213 . 81 -H 13 U 85 56 U 61-5 45 3 i 43'; . 15 .128 Vi . 35 H .120 . 56 3 * lOO'.i . 37"'i . 47 ! 4 . 15 Ti . 65H (Continued From J'njce One) Installation Set MONT BELVTEU Robckah Lodge No. 94 will have installation of officers at. S p.m. Friday at the Odd Fellou- hall in Mont Belvieu. Mrs. Geraldean Roth will he installed as noble grand and Mrs. Mary Shires, vice gvand. At Finance Meet TWO BAYTOWN men attended the University of Texas' second Governmental Accounting mid Finance institute in Austin Monday and Tuesday. They '.veve A, V. Barber, city finance director, and C. \V. Smssse, city controller. Return Home THREE COUPLES from Bnytou'n have returned home after attending tho Lions International convention in Miami. Mr. ad Mrs. Murray Rogers represented the Wooster Lions club and Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Fuller and Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Bennett, Baytown club. Gets New Post M. J. FIELDS, former principal at Cedar Bayou elementary school, had -been appointed Superintendent of Sheldon schools. Fields was at Cedar Bayou for five years and left two years ago when he became principal at Sheldon high school. Politics NOW THRU SHOWING SATURDAY H* KA*W H*r Lift* ...l«rt Mot H*r Mam*! RICHARD WIDMARK .» DONNA REED PTATURE U.S.A." STAJRKLVG U"44 4m 55 -\ 39'j 56'-i 7 1,3 . . 19 . . So ..104'.; . . 44-t . . 24 5 -s • . 45 "^ ..ir>7 5 2 5.16 . • 31 :s -. 82 & ,. 66 •% .. 60 H .. 59 . . 49'i . 32 -U . 42 *i .23 . 26'i . 2S'-, . 61V* . 53 :•• . 39 T » . S8 . 59 Up 6 .137S Ganders Rip Smiley, 20-1 Bayto-.vn's Ganders, resting second in Houston's tough Oaks Youth Teen-Age League, blasted cellar-d%vr!ling Smiley, 20-1, Wednesday night. Bijr Fred Huey fired a one-hitter and struck out ten rner. in :hc four-inning contest. Ho alfo slammed two hits. Leading the hitting -was shortstop Don Oden with three for throe, including a double. Charles Mills had a pair of hitj and Barry Lancaster slammed a home-run and a single. The Ganders play Smiley Saturday at 9 p.m. jn Oaks Youth Stadium. Wrecks -• (Continued From Pace One) of the accident until the reached home. Mr. and Mrs. Reynold? -.vere misinformed about the hospital to v.-hich the young people were talten anrl spent more than an, hour in Gaivrston searching for them before learning, that they had been taken to a La Marque hospitai. Miss Reynolds and Xaiser -.vcre transferrecf to San Jacinto Memorial after their parents arrived at the La Marque hospital. Reynolds said Thursday that the cause of the accident could not be definitely determined since neither of the victims was able to talk. It was bolic'.vd that a tiro blew out, causing Xaiser to lose control of the car which was demolished in the impact with the water truck. Reynolds said. (Continued From Pa^e One) declined, took his campaign to Liberty, hometown of Sen. Price Daniel. He spoke of segregation of the races, the "nine old men" of the Supreme Court who ruled recently * that segregation must end in public schools, and asker! for tighter lobbying laws. Daniel bought television time to attack the return of legalized horse racing to Texas as proposed by J. J. Holmes. He said he would fight it because it breeds cri.-ne and hardship. SenterfiU followed and said that Daniel was "pussyfooting" in his opposition to "efforts by organized labor to seize political control." He attacked Yarborough as "a tool of labor unions." Before Senterfitt had finished speaking, Holmes appeared at the television studios demanding time to refute Daniel, and it was sold to him at standard rates. Holmes, an Austin contractor making his second race for governor, repeated his contention that legalized horse race betting would bolster the state's treasury. Daniel had said that if legalized, betting on the horses would cause misery, endanger college and high school athlftic. programs, and create gambling scandals. Some West Texas supports and his son Price, Jr.. appeared on television with Daniel. The rally, at which a beauty and talent contest w;is to Ijc held, was to b<? part of the dedication ceremonies formally opening a new million dollar, bow-type football stadium in San Angelo. Former Texas Supreme Court Justice Will Wilson, speaking In Houston in his campaign for nt- torney general, attacked "unethical lobbying' 1 as the most "pernicious thing In government." Tom Moore of "-".ico. another candidate for attorney general, told supporters in San Angelo that if elected he « r ill actively sponsor legislation to curb "selfish activities of lobbvists." By AIJNK AtOSBV HOLLYWOOD (UP)—John Huston, one of show business' true charaetprs and one of the world's top directors, has given up Hollywood to live in rural Ireland — but it sounds more dangerous than life in the wilds of luovietown. Humphrey Bogart, one of Huston's cronies, once said the director gets carried away by whatever country he's in. When they made "African Queen," according to Bogart, Huston became a big game hunter but reverted to a typical Englishman back in London. The lanky, colorful Huston now is back in Hollywood on a rare •risit for this Thursday's premiere of his "Moby Dick," so I visited his hotel suite to see if 'ne looked Irish. Huston was wearing a flannel suit with side slits in (he jacket, :v gr«>ii tin' nnd velvet sltpiwu. Ho had jiisl removed a checkered cap. "My wife and I have lived in Ireland four years and plan to stay so \ve just bought a house in county Galway.' 1 said Huston as he lit a long, brown cigaret. 'Great fox hunting country. I decided to live there because I love horses and hunting. You can't work in Hollywood and live in' the country- Getting from the country into town is a three-hour project I'm only an hour by plane from London. Huston belonged here to a local fox hunt club where Dan Dailey and other enthusiasts ride in pink coats on a foxless fox hunt. But in U-elarvd Huston and his wife go in for the real thing. 'Now and then people get sprained ankles and broken necks." the director said with his casual grin. "I had a fall aiid got a kink in my back. Another time the horse came down on me in a ditch and I was paralyzed for a while. "Once n friend from Hollywood wnlclicd our hunt and that day » woman broko her hip, a liorso rolled on n man. a girl broke her ribs and n man had his back hurt. But really, this is rare. Ho! Ho! "Ever\ - year a couple of people get Idlled but there aren't usually that many accidents in on? hunt." he said joviall}'. "My wife hurt her head and chipped her front teeth on one hunt." I commented this seems like a racy sport." considering it's not even a competition, and. according to, Huston, no trophies are awarded. "People get their legs broken skiing." he shrugged. Huston thinks the Irish are "very hospitable" and "not the swaggering, loud mouth type like the professional Irishman in America who's never been lo Ireland." "There's no demonstration in Ireland on St. Patrick's Day," he added. "Furthermore, that book about SEE DS FERST HOME LOANS REAL ESTATE SALES BOB BEVERLY, Kealtor Tuck Realty Phone 5*74 9 8. Ashbel Bridey Murphy made no impression in Ireland. There's already a fairy in every branch and a ghost in even 1 castle!" King Saud of Saudi Arabia takes top honors for elegance on wheels. He has a fifty-foot mobile palace, made by a U.S. trailer concern, for visiting distant subjects. HIGHWAY 146 • BROWN'S Chicken Shack Where, not only, ihe beii quality food is served, but where the quantity is the most in town. The volume we do enables us to bring- you quality plus quantity. A combination you ciin't beat CALL 9590 FOR TAKE HOME ORDERS BROWN'S CHICKEN SHACK E. Texas Are- at Highway Contest KREL 1360 ON YOUR DIAL THURSDAY AFTERNOON F, _' : ,'\ . .Vfr-.'s V'rt; 1 .*..-^ rr::i ', .05— Pir'.rx.i'ji In .\!'iSir T/P'I— TOJ Mo-ic Tr.» N«we 7:J.S — Pc-rrra:'* -n \\^f.'f- - :jfl — Bong! "< O';r Timn « -n'l — Niph' T.'a:r f, 21 — J'.T.my FW.ir S!~.fH- S'4S— Nigh; Tr»:s S:55— FV.-» S'.'.r Hni'. I0;00 — f.'.f.n Off FRIDAY MCP.'J'Na 5:5i— N«^» * "i'.'**'..-!*; f.tyiat 7 \fr—<*w.W; Travl'.r 7 : ^r\ — I^v. Ta il RIfipJ'.'rif >,.!,<>_. YMJ Mmjf Tr.n -V>i' »:).'.-- Rarffi-i-ii. Boy :2;0;>— NOV.-' At Nn rniDAY I2:i-'i— in Tt.» Puhii nft,'lrr:f M Mv Vnnr J.'*»r P^Tl-. or.fliE* r*"' ':, Hot *• f«;oiiiinue<i From Page One) Radio Sta.tion KREL broadcast, the entire production, including \r.?. Robert E. Lee band concert whif'n preceded the contest. Miss Pfgpv \VHliama. of Bay town charm school, directed the program. Mwa Joycf \\"illiams. ilaushfr nf Mr. and ^frs. C. L. Williams, was sponsored hy Rohson's. Beail Bros, sponsored Miss Blakenoy, daughtor of TiTr. and Mrs. S. F. Blakoney, ]?°i Tennessee. Pearl Distributing Gets New Home Pc-arl Bcrr Distributing Co. ".-ill mov«? into nrw quaners Monday at ."300 North Main, near the Bay- tov,-n Fair grounds. Buddy Bray, agent for the company, said the new warehouse anrl office building will provide ivbo'.it four timo.s as much sp«ce as the present quarters at 40'! North Commerce. Tho warehouse is of metal ron- ' fitfuntion and the offices are in'a brick and completely air conditioned building. The .site includes an acre of land and will afford room for expansion. Brny said. Tho agency has been fit the Commerce location for five years. Youth Dies After Dose Of Anti-Acid Powder DALLAS 'L'l'i — Examination of :i g!;).ss and a box of medicinal powder may Icavl Ijalias police 'o the cause of a 10-year-olrt boy's death. Alvin F!^iy IJngan of Ciddo Mills d!<vi Wednesday. His hridc-to-be. an 18-year-old Dalla.*. srir!. said he had purchased and taken a dose of ant.i-aeid powder for an upset stomach. 1 \\*hen he felt, worse,-.he was tak<--n to a hospital where he died, .I'j^tice of ».h« Peace Glenn ByH is withholding a vrdlcf on the youth's death until police experts can study the contents of the glass and tJie powder. HK-Vear-Old .Mason T)if-s ATHKNS. Tex. (UPi— Funeral services v/ere held to<lay at the Ur.ptis! Churoh in the New York community near here for F. R. Oefhazo. He died Tuesday night. D^Khazo, 102. was said to be the eldest member of the Masonic Grand Lodge of Texa. 1 -. SPECIALS FOR THURS., FRIDAY AND SAT. ADMIRATION Duncans! Admiration coffee COFFEE SNOWDRIFT SHORTENING AUNT JEMIMA FLOUR ,Lb. Pkg. 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