The Baytown Sun (Baytown, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 154, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 3, 1949 Page: 4 of 10
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1949
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ix; today’s Bible Verse
I SEEING than that we have a geeat high
priist, that rs passed into the heavens,
■ - jMtfetht Son of Cod, let us hold fast our
professfen. Hebrews 4:14.
By( Fred Hartman
Rubber And The-Future
YOGCAVT BEAT EM
YOU CAN OUTSCORE the Texas Aggim on the
athletic field, but you can t beat them. That has
been .the case since the first Texas A. and M. team
took the field against the University of Texas eleven
way back yonder before 1900. -
I didn't need proof of this assertion, but had I
needed:, it I would have gotten it in big packages
: The crepe SaDgera whoa»
for the future of the rubber business may .^re were «es tod* from the class of lm trep-
. have to sing in another key if the use of resented by several handsome pink-cheeked
Hlhher *» An additive to asphalt for road sters) to the class of 1912 (represented' by> Tommy
Rubber scientists have been making in- se^n™ver°riM^ year UncieCbar-
tense studies in this realm'for the past two lie Moran coached the. Aggies. Game No. I Was played
years under all kinds of weather conditions in Houston with the Aggies winning, 23 to 0. Later
substantiate the claims’being made by the ^^ghStn supporter got out of line at these games
" ** ■ * ..... ahd “we had to.take care- of ’em,” Tommy told the -
Now this latex foam sponge is already
used in the furniture and atifOmotive in-
dustries. but if it became practical in the
road building business where as much as
one third of a Jong ton would be used in
each mile of paving, the whole rubber econ-
omy might be affected.
lth^tic rubber woiild step
"we had I
young Aggies, and they loved it.
NO WORDS .MINCED
THE AGGIES are having it tough these days. They
are the door mat el the Southwest Conference, and,,
ali the glories are in the yesterdays. But the Aggies
>♦• if 'THaf io th«ir first- nton tnu/arH rpfovprv.
don’t like it. That is their first step toward recovery.
Coach Dog Dawson attended the .dinner from the
College Station school, and die minced no words ip
talking about the situation. .
"We didn’t win last* year, we didn’t win this year ,
record ’is there a time when a Missouri mule woii
the Kentucky Derby. We must have more, bigger,
faster and more efficient players if we are to com-
pete on even terms with other teams in tjhe South-
west Conference/’ . •
^tan^Brincferiaamr« where Day
town, Texas, would be very touch in the
picture too. .
Another vast ,uSe of synthetic rubber is
in soles for shoes. Rubber soling .is now
used instead of leather in at. least 40 per . , sip able to joke . ...
cent of . the shoes now produced;in this J/™ a^U^lam ycatanTawmlniVtic this
country.. . , ... . year in their |ast-?0 ball .games.
The problem Of the rubber mdustpy JS Coach Dawson told laughingly of a gifted freshman
not to Battle for the same1 markets, but to how in school at Aggieiand. .
finrtew M toth-of natural and aynlM* SffJZ
Another thing that can be said of syn-
saf^uajd _for _
this country against skyrocketing prices of
natural rubber. With all these new uses for
natural rubber discovered, it is possible
that the price of raw rubber from the Far
East will begin an upward spiral. As jong as
the synthetic rubber program-in this coun-
try continues, there is no danger of that.
The rubber problem is an international
problem and should bo handled with the
greatest care. Never again should this coun-
try find itself in a position similar to the
one-that developed at the outset of World
War II when our rubber supply was cut off
by enemy occupation of the spots from
■which the product cam/,-.______
ing about the lad’s almost superhuman strength and-
"He has only one weakqpss,’ 'Dog .smiled, “tie can't
GEORGE COOK SCORES I
ALLEN MEISTER brought down the house when
be showed up at the dinner with George Cook as his
guest ~ OITA CHINA, ’CROSS THE BAY
George, incidentally, is a six-foot, 200-pound senior------,--—
tackle on this year's Horace Mann junior High
School team. ,
"We'll he hack,' Coach Dawsoncsnld after shaking
hands with the 14-yeqr-old iad. < A fine looking boy,
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What Others Says
V V ' ~ Editorial On 1S*J
If good American don
SECURITY , a* bo'io nuwrican common
The extension of . pension plans prevails, wo hnpq ■ fty 'gp„ ,
to the hundreds of thousands of earning years a genuine °
steel workers is one of the great obligation and rcsponsihiltf** ■
mass social advances of all in- both sides/bf the indu„,i ,
dustrial histoVy. We believe- the gaining table 'so that the * 1
n-inoinln inWftlvPfl I.Q AflllPfi ill th&t tiro bruin for on. I_ . . ’
principle involved Is sound in that wc..hope for can be attain^11
care for the worker retired by age kept, >f0 that end both
is an obligation which society must make contributions. Labor
assume, either privately or public- rcady to throw In the • u
Iy. The pension of $1QQ a month many, many rules, make-w/e,
so much in the news is, of’ course, visions, restrictions ubon -r^
a jofht public and-private one, as ti0n> jurisdictional row Is
part will be Social Security, bene- and such stuff if jt is t*
fits, to which the-employe has con- the employer’ to undertak.
tributed. obligation of security **1
Security is a word much in the cannot merely J
—vpeopKTJ-mind-- ihe^ curity. It-must help to
should keep thinking -ahout it, and c(jr(ty practicaWe P„nd
try to think straight on an Issue fontinued existence-TO,
which affects, us all, nooga Times,
We haye read that when the
United States was founded abqut '
one person in fifteen worked for Vi/vi/q,, t
someonevcise. Ngw. only one In 18 sJUI fvjl v?6fl
works for-himself in his own busi- / , 1
ness. Security in those earlier days VAte I//'
meant working harder, saving a wCV,/ vljf ff /y|
bit, providing for oneself. ■
Novr great corporations employ
hundreds of thousands of employes
throughout the nation. These cor- _
■ porations' must have plans and TACOMA, Wash., Dec t
ed by experience that.'.they must telling him their most intiauaj
maintain production, to provide ffee undergarments was sou
place and opportunity for younger tlie Better Business Bureau
employes cn the way up. - The man hag telephoned
Employers must give thought to of local women and told ti^,
security in old age for the worker, was " a doctor helping Dr ,;
But we shall make a grave mis- Kinsey write a sequel to hij
take if we think of security as a selling book oh “Sexual “
one-sided obligation. The security in the Human Male.”
which the employer seeks to-prom- Official* said he oueriA LI
•ise is worth nothing if the. com- men regarding then sex licl'
pany has no promise of.security part of a -Bun.e., Uj r*
of .existence and solvency. If a formation-for the second
B7 VIRGINIA MEYER p“g,
Team And Dates
To Miss Brooks
Miss Gladys Marie Brooks was
jje .honoree of a miscellaneous -----... „lmlt.r8 0I tne u. A
I bridal showergiv^^recent^m AA Junior High District Cham- edl
"rST dates were %
, L. fhiaceifaneous foSueat? ‘PW”'
event of December 20.
Receiving the guests were
honoree and her mother, Mrs. S. H.
Approximately 70 young , people Wl
SS! o“rtheMhotree?\n;dgrMrt -Be
2vf^egr0o°mer *'** P'°" hay'r.rto and
of the picnic supper. The
tyahee for the hay ride to and
Approximately 80 guests were Elmer Gray*1"^ WBa fuwl,<’hpd by
jffpsrgs SB *
Elaine McDonald who sang “Al- Hosts and hostesses for the oc-' a
?y‘..lnle, o“^Vwa,;Smith’ iasi0.n wer®_Mr. and^rs. Chester a £
who sang "O, Promise Me.” Burchett, Me. and mrg. ameT Mr
rangement of five yellow tapers in’ Mrs- James Ellis and Mr, and Mrs.
graduated sizes placed in a floral George Perkins,
setting of yellow and white ebry- -~
janthemitms with fern. The large GLADIOLI GARDEN CLUB n
white bride* cake decorated with TO HAVE CALLED .MEETING f1flV(
s wedding hell motif was reflected A *Peci-»l called meeting Of the
on a mirror plaque. *• .’ Gladioli Garden Club will be held- Mrs
Miss Petty Lois Cooper gerved J/30J*”’ “0nd;y in the.St-
the cake and Miss Lavofia Smith J h Methodist church for Ithe «rs Cl
2KLSS. rset r1"- - b""n" •’
presided at the crystal punch serv- £,arf°se of planning the annual stage
jCP, • Christmas party to be held at 7:30
"Th« women wont tell M,
uestlons he asks," my
Age 43 Is Just Exactly Age Not To Be
Too Young To Be Old And Too Old To Be Young
Looking At Life
THREE GANDERS Were guests They were David ,, ,, ...» . ,,, , .... , ,, . ,. , .__■.
~ HiSS-rj &&&&£•&
JSSJSSL^1XZ?™J?J12S£ S.'SS 2L£X?rj SVK.
I remarked to the Aga.that I was tFc only person and lln*tiaworous age in the worbL-himsdf when younger dun use rhe distinrtion but has sufficient to
are worth little. Of course actual
payfflrntyto a pension fund will
he -trusteed...^tkawsi-j .«*<*».m
guarded, but sound pension planii
assume the continued existence of ''ttureau- somo
tite employer. even o«t-Kinsey» Kinsqr’,”
_______ The only weal ■ security for the West said that most .womens
—worker is joiht security of the em- complain to his office are igj
plover and employe. If thi* couil- nant about not receiving tfe,
try-., shop Id again go through toe.derwear, rather than over a* 1
agonies of a long business depres- tilbate questions the maa i
sion such as we had in the ’30’s, them.
.many of the pensions plans now
The ohosen colors .qf yellow and a mwThnrf,day,in the home of-Mrs. munit;
white were carried out In floral A Pp y- “ is urgent that all If V
decorations throughout the home. m<’rr’t"'rs attend this planning to ta
Hostesses were Mrs. L R Hafer meetln8- finery
IfsHe Long, Sr, Mrs. Kueben Ca§-
py. and Mrs. C. L. Williams.
0bf in*.iaUse1uSabor w111 be empty Texas Department
St. Louis Strike Keeps SjSfSL®1^
Down Stock Unloadings
Visit* in Valley
Mrs. Susie 3, Ammon* of e.T
North Jones hi* ju»t returned from
a ten day visf with her daughter,
Mrs. C E Vndiver and fajnily of
McAllen Sh< alsp vi.sited in Rcy-
For Easy Sewing
Reserve Bank reports that d
ment store skies in, ft*
If an eg/ crack* during boiling,
sdd vinegf to the water to seal
By Erich Brandeis
on hand who enjoyed seeing the Aggies lose.
I realize that if the Aggies had had a fine team
and had won the Cotton Bowl assignment, they
never would have invited ME to their dinner.
■ Think about it a little and I be- same address of respect to him.
lleve you'll agree with me. As a general rule the 43-ycar-
A FEW DAYS ago I went over to Lake Success
to listen to Vishinsky deliver another one of his
very comital pleas for universal peace, and as usual,
he did so much double-talking that one ready could-
n’t tell whether he was declaring war on the Unit-
ed States and Great Britain, or holding oilt an olive
SOMEHOW his talk reminded me of •'Alice in Won-
derland.” and when I got home I looked up the one
about "Alice and the Queen of Hearts With the
Mock Turtle s Story and the Lobster Quadrille '
In ease’ you don't remember It, may I just quote
COLONEL JACK Hester was burned too about the
University of Texas Exes showing pictures of the
42 to 14 triumph over the Aggies on the same night
at another spot.
The Answer, Quick!
music Is popular with modern
loitinffHow^thei^^i^^PAl 1. What were the names of the orchestras. He died In St. Peters-
gloating over their victory,” Col. Hester said, “but , ,o i *o« U’hei
when they invited the Aggies to duck out on their two James brothers, neted outlaws? ^e?June 20’ 1908' V'hat wa* his
own dinner and take a look at these pictures (while
sipping tea), that was too much
you don t rememoer It,
a few passages?
Doesn’t it sound just like one of Mr. Vishinsky’s
’THE MOCK Turtle went’’on: "We had the best of
educations--in fact, we went to school every day—’
T’vc been to b day-school, too’ sa/d Alice..'You
needn’t be so proud as all that’
THERE WAS some talk about another prospect an
Aggie backer went to see about .coming to A. and
•_ M. The Ex inquired about the boy’s ability, grades
and the standing of his family with relation to their
“The boy’s from a fine family,” the Aggie was
told. ’They're atl football people too He has a broth-
er playing fullback at Alcatraz and his dad was an
end last fail at Huntsville.”
2. What Is the chief difference
between a kettle drum and a bass 2 — This noted minstrel and __________ _ ......
drum? comedian was born August 7, 1*56 Iook drab without lending him the
3. Who wrote a poem called, at Hartford, Conneticut. He seemed charm of really gray or white hair.
The Children's Hour? °ut /"r a At As for his figure, if he has kept
In most cases his The 19-ycar-old strike of 400 AFL fro’nj the comparable pcHod of|
hair is in what livestock handlers at the St. Louis The five'Houston stores i
might be termed National.Stockyards resulted in.toe lng'showed s loss of « w.
the moulting smallest November unloads of live- for the: week. Seven Daiui j
stage. He has stock in 42 years, the Producers sales were off nine per
just enough to Livestock Marketing Association Fort Worth and San Antot
make him worry reported today. showed decreases of three perl
with and about it, Total receipts of salable stock For the toenth of November!
but not enough last month amounted to only 156.- district average-also was d:
to make him-ful- 5,55 head. This waa 40 per cent un- per cent/ DerliW fmra.N’oi
ly presen table, dor the total loaded In October 1948, for the month were: ]
What gray there and 33 per cent less than Novem- ton, eight per cent: Dsllxj
is Irv his hair on- ber, 1948. San Antonio, file; Fort Worttj
ly makes him
It’illed, Dressed and Oven-
Rjy, in Less Than 5 Minutes.
LECT YOUR OWN BIRD.
cut out for a stage career. At
4. A calorie I. the unlt'bf what” ”d h*nd**™7 0fS^ IZ" ‘l fairly tr,r" hp get. no credit for
8. What is the capital of Chile” ’ minlstrel show; became later a 1 5ecause hf “ ,n"‘ P"OUK5
„ „ , , highly paid vaudeville comedian In to ’havp P’;0Plp Point himf.out aa(1
It Happened Today \ * ____ * say whaX an amazing figure he
pat rem~s<Unt* and "apostle'of' Ind^a! tog^hiiZaZ^and^t r^to" three
1818—Illinois admitted to Union, years, touring in the summer. ,. * P° PeoP P°‘
Barclay On Bridge
WE DO THE REST
By. Shephard I
FRYERS ... Lb. 45c
asked the Mock Turtle a little
".‘Yes,’ said Alice; ’we learned French and mus-
Then Mock Turtle proudly gave Alice an outline
of the different subjects he 'had .studied in War
" ’Reeling tyid Writhing, of course, to begin with,’
the Mock Turtle said, ’and then toe different
• branches of Arithmetic—Ambition, Distraction, Ug-
lification, and Derision.’”
Alice .didn’t seen] very much impressed. So toe
Mock Turtle continued.
’"Then ^here was Mystery.’ said the Mock Turtle,
counting off the subjects • iyi bis flappers—“Mys-
zttr&zsa E^r&sr “
touring in the
AGS DEFEND STONE
ssrr aaftrsffa insrjs ifawrsafst ss1rc sr r* vua .‘a? £
in a lick of retaliation. » ' historian, born. 1897—Treaty of was George Alfred Clapp: what 1 '
“I'm not going to defend’or censure Stone for hit- Peace of Gonstantinople signed be- was his stage name? , °andn*’ for pxamPlp' He
ting Bob Smith, and I’m not going to say I would t'f’ecn Grppce and Turkp>’- (Names at bottom of column) f1, “ln, dar"'p’,,but hp
have hit Bob it I had been Stone,” Dawson said T’m „ DiJlJ am tlred VVe 43-ye9r-oIds start off
merely saying that Stone carried a pretty good lick "^P5; K.ir1hd!‘.V.
to the Vt Tt Celebrating birthday,
thev were ntevtmr fer hi*,, wVLT r,— date are William Gropp*
Good work done today can bring
blW totblow:^ te artist*,and' .. _ . .... - ..............» „
mmg wnen be swung. „ . Thp dl*P°*«i0It * cbiM playing encore after encore when
tery, ancient and modern, with Seaogntohy; then
- - ----------— as an old cpnger-
Drawling- the Drawling-master was an
ebl. that used to come .once a week; he taught
brawling. Stretching, and Fainting In Coils.’?.
AND THEN, In that same story there is a little
poem, which also seem* so very apt at this writing.
This is how it goes in part:
"You can really have no notion how’ delightful
it will be
"When they take us up and throw us, with the
lobster*, out to sea!
like a ball of fire, but along about
the middle of the evening we do
—.........- ■ _ . . . . a ■ lot of under-the-breath eussing
______w_________ artist ,and Georg Siegbahn, W '*,ral*p at the orchestra when it insisU
On Sunday, December 4: Con- P^are tortuSTtoe^1” "" We l0n(? t0 slt down Bnd nnt- U
blow Stone' came back- swinging. And the real Air- Emulations are due to Deanna fortunate through lif*. wp were younger we wouldn’t get
gies didn’t begrudge it to him. * Durbin, screen actress and singer. For Sunday, December 4: A tired, and If we were'enough old-
■ . and Adam Wal?h, one-time football favorable aspect prevails on this, cr everyone would understand our
^ BEEN BK.VP star and coach, your natal day. Look for an Intel- weariness and insist wc take it
YOU CAN outseore the Texas.Aggies, but you can’t lectual, reflective and popular per- easy.
tw>at ’em. Give them a-first down or two In their Wateh Yon* Uiqmp sonality to - develop as today's Even the movies are troublesome
first game next fall, and they’ll be headed down the SUPPOSITION — (SUP-o-ZISH- chiid grpws. to those of us at the awkward age.
glory trail even If they fall off when conference un) “ n™n; that which fs sup- • The first evening show is too ear-
competition time rolls around. ’ pesed; a theory or surmise. Origin: It’* Been Said ly unless we hurry dinner, which
itin—Supposltio. |4p whn loves goodness harbors no 43er likes to do, and the second
DEFENSE CAN ADD TOO
MOST flayers know enough to
add up the tricks available in the
sever*’ suits when planning play
of their own No Trump contracts.
But many of these do not apply
the same principle to their work
on the defense. Figuring out just
what tricks may be available
here and there can be the key t»
♦ Q .
V A K T
♦ 10 9 5
*K 6 5 2
♦ J 10 4
f 10 8 5 4
♦ 7 4 3 2
♦ 9 3
♦ A' 9 8 7
♦ A 6
*Q J 10 8
Old French from Latl
not Join toe dance.
"Would not, could not, would not, could not,
would not, could not Jolh’ the dance,”
AND, BY the way, while we are on “Alice In Won-
derland,” there Is another charming little verse in
one of those stories, which reminds me a bit ot that
Vishinsky speech at Lake Success: ’
„ .. .. „ . that's too late unless it’s aSstur-
I Jessa and Frahk, Another bad thing about being
2. A kettle drum Is tuned to a 43'is the great amount of repair
certain definite pitch, while a bass work that has to be don* at this
drum Is not. time. Consider the teeth. They
3. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, have a habit of getting sore and
4. Heat. achjr for apparently no reason at
8. Santiago. all. Yet they arc not troublesome
lobBter#, out to sea! — — * - # ■ \A/ I • B
*” ““ Inside Washington
“Said he thanked the whiting kindly, but he would -—-—*------— J_____,___
With Central Pm*
NEW INFANTRY WEAPONS
W-ASHINGTON-As the United States pursues de-
velopment of guided missiles--possible key .weapon
in any new war- ft is seeking every possible utlll-
iation of the A-bomb carriers.
Am a little-discussed example: One Infantry regt-
BW«l ta tong trained to handle and laaneh gufded
i^wlle* as an Integral part of ground forces Are
This' Are power already Include, a half dosen
revolutionary weapons never thought of as Infantry
“How neatly spreads his claws, ' - S^^*^U*mAmon5 ***",
And welcomes. IflAs Mm to » ,, 71 Sad .ths “super-basoo- ,j
“With gently MaiUng jsws! , JMfci mb. THI JULTSJlnony WsBtsr used ^
& sr.-. Mifmskts - “ - * *------------—*-
“How doth the HtUe crocodile
"Improve his shining tall,
“And pour the waters of the NUe
“On every golden seals! v "’**
angels, revere* reverence, and lives show keeps us from getting to bed
with God —Ralph Waldo Emerson, until midnight or thereabouts, and
♦ K 8 3
♦ K Q J 8
A A 7 4
(Dealer: South. North-South
South West North East
1 NT Dbl
.... East made a business pass of
that double in the hope of slaugh-
tering his vulnerable opponent
West made his natural load,
the heart «, which the Q won,
South put forth the diamond X'
to the A and the spade 7 waa
returned. South played low and
K and A, then led the 3 to »|
Three diamond tnrka wertf
lowed by the spade K to taj
Declarer now had five tncU
his other needed two »etl
with the spade J and club I
matter what Eskt did
The chief culpnt h«1
West, who was trdlszy lot
. and add. When hu spade Qf
he should have recktwM
South alreaiy had one *
trick, was sure to get
one in spades so1! wM1
have the clftb A. Totahng a
would make »’.x. »M il j
praved so ss to bu!*“ 1
heart trick” the dedu^
have seven for his
Reckoning that way i
shown West tost ths <W]
lay in the dub suit Tf ^
returned a flub then,
would have been set tv*J
two in spades, three in <
In heart* and one in
for a better score tiiu. »|
m: Cypress St. Ph. *241-W
* Blocks North of
Higginbotham Motor Co.
St. A if
8 p m.
1—Nicholas Rlmsky-Korsakov. 2 enough .to make you go and have y,, q won. ^ored th* heart
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You are nflt old enough to go on ’ ACROS8 4. A aUght,
a preaerltod* diet, but you darned t Folds over hunted
well can’t go on eating th* mis- ». Defeat
Try Son daaelfled Ada, Phone *-4a» ,1:30 P m. I
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A OONORES8MAN waa making *t Speech In the
and be said. “As was stated by Daniel Web-
lispered, “Noah,” The weaker said, “J re- Harttat Lehman means the OOP Is In a
vas stated by Daniel Webster, who wroU;. _M °P*n bld for toe 1962 presidential
nary. Again the other whispered, . Noah, • ai ‘ r ________,,. .,
ster, who wrote the dictionary." when______
learby whispered, "Noah." Tho speaker said, “I re-
peat aa was stated by Daniel w ‘
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has quite a reputation for being- a curmudgeon, • srnor Thomas E. Dewey. ' -
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Hartman, Fred. The Baytown Sun (Baytown, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 154, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 3, 1949, newspaper, December 3, 1949; Baytown, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1028510/m1/4/: accessed March 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Sterling Municipal Library.