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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 8

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Monday, 'July 9, 1958 THFREYEREND ly Bill O'Maiky i!;u(t'nmtt OH, REVEREND, — -THEY'RE ON VACATION t Demo Convention To Gel 'Largest* News Coverage CHICAGO fUP) — T!v Demo- \<- national chairman Paul Butler, cr.'itie national convention next said he exacts almost -1,000 per- inontli will h.ivo the "largest on- sonnet from newspapers, maga- thivspot concer.tratod news covor- zincs, radio and television to ho ai,-e of anv evont in tlv world on hand fur the convention, wlu'ch since llv:* bepmuns: of time." Thin is the \V;iy J. I,oo:i.'inl Reii'.seh, in ch:ir;;e of ronvvntiori arrangement. 1 ;, sums up !!ie prcpa- nitiri'.m .Ivinj; ]ii;uie by the nation's news nioiia. Keinsch, assistant to Uemocnit- . 13. I 1 jvi rations already are well underway at the sprawling' Inter- nnlionnl Amphitheatre. Since tho Pemoonits met here last in IPM. the an'.phltl\eater has jjrown by US',00',) square feet. Promotes Brown And Nevin An entirely new structure, exposition hall, has been built at a cost of $2 million. It makes the amphitheater the largest exposition building- In the nation under a sing-le roof. A heliport has been built a lop the amphitheatre, and officials IK.-. lieve it will prove :i !w>n M new-,, picture services and television networks. The networks and news service:; plan to use the heliport to shuttle pictures via helicopter IH-IV.VTI tiie amphitheatre and midway air- port, for .shipment nation. ti-.roughout the Real Estate Insiirnnco Dividend Savings Plans Call For Better Homes Qualify Of Neighborhoods To Be Boosted By KOBJOKT F. MOKISOX WASHINGTON. July 7 — UP— Efforts are being directed toward boosting She nullity of tomorrow's neighborhr*>;!.i as well as individual homes.- The shift is well underway from frantic building to meet post war needs to more careful neighborhood developing a.nd planning with emphasis on the buyer's long- range wants and needs. Lenders generally agree that concentration in the hcmebnilding industry shotild now be on belter quality homes, although this almost inescapably means higher prices. They have stressed the quality angle over and over and now have turned their attention to the streets to cut down speeding and a minimum of side streets to permit longer blocks and better shRpcd lots. 4. A minimum of at least 60 feet for n lot for a two story house in the north and 70 feet in the south and west, where land is more available. The wider, one story ranch and contemporary styles should be on a lot at least 70 feet wide. It was also generally recommended that the placing on lots of houses bo varied and, In installing utilities, power lines should run rear lot lines. Service lines should be brought underground to houses. In the long run, the booklet uw :^z pw: vs; i bc ff isr.iiers, brj',c» ? -rs nne. opers on bettor mc'h^'s of out a new development. The idea of putting up houses just for shelter is out. the booklet says. Subdivisions from now on should be either self - contained communlti e s with stores, chttrchns. schools, homes and other facilities, or they should be planned to blend in with existing ones. The booklet recommends a series of jjuidcposts to those connected with the housebuilding industry. These include: 1. Careful site selection to insure porni drninnge and avoid such 'adverse environmental con- oHions" as r.irports. rMlroads. "cheap" adjacent subdivisions, run-down commercial or industrial .irons, smoke, dampness, unpleasant odors or fire hazards. 2. Careful designation of areas for rental housing, single dwelling- units. commercial developments, schools, churches and recreational facilities, with adequate water, electricity, sewage and gas facilities. 3. Street patterns should be laid out with an eye to discouraging through traffic ns much as possible. It recommended curving Justice Fines Total $2,843 Revenue from fees and fines imposed in June by Justice of the S2.S-13.30, according: to a report he has released. Fines collected for criminal offenses Iota I led $2"ir)fl.. r iO. Fines collected for criminal offenses, in- duflinp 13,1 traffic violations to- talled $2. r i(i0.5fl. Fees for civil suits accounted for $200.SO. Small claims and certified copies of lcff.il instruments brought in JSl. The judffe handled 139 criminal cases, including the 133 traffic charges. He held 10 inquests. •Dear Sir: Please (ell me liow [ can movt into our new home without worrying myself to death over damage snd other inconveniences. That's easy, Udy. Just call your depend- ' iblc North American Van Un«' ssenl today. HASTY TRANSFER & STORAGE CO. A. C. OOKTCK, Chvmr 3 E. Texas Dial 205f Dispute Cost Land Bureau $300 Million By HARRY WITJSON SHARPE WASHINGTON (UP I — Earnings of the- Bureau of La.nd Management dropped more than S30 million in the past fiscal year due primarily to the government's offshore oil dispute with Louisiana. K Louisiana wins the dispute it will cost the bureau another H30 million in the current fiscal year. a spokesman told the United Press. This is well over half of the bureau's estimated income for the year. The dispute is over who owns submerged lands in area from three to 10.5 miles off the Louisiana coast. The government claims three miles out Is Louisiana's historic boundary. Louisiana claims 10.li ratios. The government since 1954 has been selling oil and gas leases beyond the three-mile mark. Just before the bureau pot ready to make another cash haul by leasing more of the submerged lands last May Louisiana brought suit to halt Uic sides. The Suprcrn-c Court now has the dispute. It .said the sales could proceed only if the state and federal governments work out an amicable agreement for interim operations. Thus far no agreement has been reached but negotiations are continuing. Of the ?209 million earned by BLM in the 1956 fiscal year more than Sill million came from bonus bids and first year rentals on outer continental shelf lands off Texas and Louisiana. The drop in Income Is only the second time the bureau's revenue has failed to increase in the past nine years. Because of increased mineral and timber activities on public lands, including drilling on the submerged lands, its income jumped from 514.1 million in 19-15 to a record $239.5 million in 1955. If Louisians should win the dispute its taxpayers could probably look forward to great relief. The estimated $130 million from bonus bids and rentals on the submerged lands for the next year alone amounts to more- than one-third of the state's 53-49 million budget for fiscal 1957. says, adequate planning at (ho start will probably eliminate the necessity of salvaging the neighborhood in later years through costly redevelopment programs. The first kindergarten was opened in 1840 in Blakenburg, Germany. Charter No. 1680 BAXK'S OFFICIAL STATKM'ENT OF FLVA NOtAI.. CONDITION OF THE PEOPLES STATE BANK nt Baytown, Texas, at the clos<^ of business on thf- SO day of June. )!t!">G. pursuant to call m:\do hy thu Banking Commissioner of Texas in accordance with tho Banking fjiw-.s of this State. 10. 11. Loans and discounts, including overdrafts ............ Jl, 092,862. -18 United States Government Obligations, direct ivnd guaranteed ............................................ 1,06-4, G9R.OO ObliK.'Uions of -states and political, subdivisions ........ 164.98fi.8fl Other bonds, notes, and debentures ................... 10,000.00 Cash, balance due from other banks, including reserve balances, and casli items in process of collection (Including exchanges for clearing house' ................ 1,021,072.65 Kinking house, or leasehold improvements ........... 4.500.00 Kurni-turr, fixtures, and equipment .................. 6,066.05 Other rfnl estate owned .............................. ]7 500.00 Other assets .......................................... 106,689.07 Total Resources , $4,OS8.375."il MABII.ITtTRS AND CAPITAL A(XX>tNTS 1. rominon Capital Stock S 10000000 a. Surplus: r,-.r;;fird $100.0«.'.!0 100,000.00 4. Undivided profits 59 os.S.44 r>. Capital rfpcrvrs (and debenture retirement account).. 2,666.63 6. TVmanrl deposits of individuals, partnerships, and rorporptions 3,137,779.84 7. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 510,520.23 fi. Public Fiiti.ls <Tnd. IJ. s, I'ovt., states and political subdivision.^ 150.788.18 JO. Other deposits (certififil and cashier's checks, etc.'i... 27531.79J JL Total All Deposits $3,'s2S,B20.04 34. Total Liabilities and Capital Accounts $4,058,375.11 STATE OF TEXAS. COUNTY OF KARRIS: I, Taul J. Edwards, being Cftshier of the above named bank, d> solemnly swear that ahc foregoing statesment of condition is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. Paul J. Edwards, Cashier. CORRECT -ATTEST: \V. C. Britton. W. E. DuPIantis, Perry W. Britton, Directors. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day of July, 1956. (Seal) Anita C. Jackson, Notary Public, Harris County, Texas. Two Men Killed In Traffic Mishap EDGEWOOD, Tex. (UP)— Two Van Zanclt county men were killed Thursday in a traffic, srnashun one mile west of Eil;rwoo<] on U.S. 80. Highway patrolmen identified them as Thomas Yarboroutjh, 7-t, Cleavelar.d, 53, of Wills " Point, Tex. Virgil H. Hrown a;]'! V'aul !.•. Ncvil hrive each Iwn promoted to senior coordinalioa UvimU. i:ins in Coordination Division at the refinery, Brown holds the 1'. S. decree in ciicmic-.d oiiiinceric.i;' from ;hv I'ni- versiiy of Oklahoma. He has been with Humble since 13-1". and in Coordination Division since KM'J. In his new poKiliiHi ho will be concerned with foreoristuv.: and scheduinj;" of the produci'ion of Mumble's wide line of specialty naptha.-s and solventv. Mr. and Mrs. lirowti have two sons and live at Hie Deacons and teaches n men's class at 1'V-t Uaptist Church. Nevil will lv concernc-d with pro)>- ems of motor gasoline blending 1 and application of electronic data pro- (V.-isinc ntMchincs to solving such problems, lie is a ijraduate of 1'ur- due University with a R. S. decree in chemical eng'lneerlni;. .loinni", 'I'eelmical Service Division in l!'iS, he transferred to Co oniir.c.ti'in Hi vision in !»(). With their (wo children, the Novlls live at '.'00 Lakcwoo<l drive. It. 'IS Alabama. He is secretarv of kill 1:-. ostimafcecl t.lint cancer will some i">!i,i"'i)0 Americans in A Real Beauty And A Real Bargain 1955 OLDSMOBiLE 88 SPECIAL TUDOR Hydramaiic. R.idio, Healer, Whitcwall, etc. 20.000 mil W. TF.XAS i'HO.VK RISfi G- S O L I N E has the HIGHEST OCTANE RATING in BAYTOWN.../ug/ies£ by far! t Humble research provides the first gasoline specially made for cars with very high compression engines and cars that tend to ping" or knock on "premium" gasoline. This gasoline, Golden Esso Extra, has the highest octane rating in town—highest by far. But octane rating is only one performance quality. In Golden Esso Extra this improvement paces other quality improvements that will assure you: quickest starting and warm- up; maximum power; fastest acceleration; increased protection against vapor-lock; minimum engine deposits; and best gasoline mileage. Golden Esso Extra is the world's finest automotive gasoline. Its performance rates it "premium over premium." If your car has a very high compression engine, if it tends to knock or ping on "premium" gasoline, use Golden Esso Extra. You will save the extra cost through performance, operating economy, and added gasoline mileage. Dispensed from the golden pump under the Humble sign. ,TV only for the gosoline quality yomr <ar requires Golden Esso Extra is first of three great Humble gasolines. It costs more to make, and those whose cars require its quality will profit by paying more for it. Others will not. Famous; Esso Extra Gasoline is No. 1 in Texas, fir.st in sales among "premium" gasolines because it's fir.st in quality. Ksso I'^tra gives peak performance to most cars with high compression engines. This famous gasoline will continue to be t! ouaiitv leader in its field. REGULAR Humble Motor Fuel is for cars that perform well on regular gasoline. It sets the pace for performance and mileage among the "regulars." It is the only regular gasoline in Texas that contains a patented solvent oil to keep engines clean. Use the Gasoline your car requires ... . . . you'll find it under the Humble sign! H U M 81 £ '• Oil *".;: fc. «••?"! « I N. 6 COM PA NY

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