The Baytown Sun (Baytown, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 220, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 17, 1954 Page: 5 of 10
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*h%, tender potty any tbof
No doubt about R... mouth-melting, pies ate easy u this!
Just change to Ctisco and Crisco’s pastry method and
you’ll get flaky, tender pie crust every time!
You'll find Crisco ends the water problem... tdls you
exactly how much water to use. And if you have to
re-dupe or re-roll your pastry once or twice, don't worry.
Wonderful Crisco acts to keep your pte oust
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tender and light . •
. You too, shortening is the most important ingredient in
pie crust. And fwre, all-vegmHe<Msoo« the
finest shortening money can buy. Use it for delicious.
_ dipaiklt pie nut ewfy .ingle timel
IN rarWr'. fseerOe-keto a May I <
CRISCO’S APPLE PIE
caneo tASTSTi A ph ta only u good u lt» emit, so be sure to ms Crinol
And It you not th» auust way to delicious pit erutt, follow the 2*rurt
poetry redpe on Cthoo’i new "Redpe Round-up" label t (Or doufcit the
ooe-eraet recipe.) ;
ama HUMO< Combine and place In 9' paatry-Hned put S cope deed
applet. H cup sugar, 2 tbepa flour. Top with reetry. Bake at 400T.
about 40 minute*.
incut TWISTi Add 1 tbep. grated lemon rind, 1 tbep. grated orange rind,
S tbepa. lemon juice end 2 tbepa. orange juice and an extra 2 tbepa. flour.
charge of process engineering de- Jn his new position, Maeon will J p. Mooney hw bean promoted
sign bn major additions to the be In charge of two groups of to enrin-'-ing specialist in design’
Baytown Refinery. He, with Mrs. engineers who handle estimation department
Dockendorff, their daughter and and coordination on all new pro- a native of Tulsa, he attended
his mother, resides at 1518 East jects in the refinery. Rice Institute two years, trans-
Texas Avenue, Danubina Acres Mr. and Mrs. Mason and their f(.rrjng to Texas Technological
Addition, in Baytown. two sons live in Lakewood Addi- where he was awarded the
, J, J. Dvorak has been appointed tion, Baytown, at 410 Burnet drive. gS degree in mechanical engineer-
assistant department head In the* The groups working under . ,* 1MJ xmmediately upon
.design department in charge of Mason wil besupe^is^byX W. raduat, Mooney joined the re-
-the mechanical'engineering group. Saunders,and J. W. Young. Mr. * «. meUI inspector; more
Bom in Houston, he received Saunders has been promoted to . h ved u gen|or
the BS degree in civil engineering senior mechanical engineer (super- recently he has^ served as se l
% kice Institute in 1924. After visory), and Young, to senior en- mechanical engineer, acting chief
graduation he was employed with gineer (supervisory). “*? - ‘
b.™ ...... i. tu*
Jems wjilch because of their com-
plexity do not fit Into the iche-
dule of the regular engineering
three children reside at 1509
BUY ff ft^IOUR 1OCAL BAYTOWN MIlIrHANT
North Pruett Street in Baytown.
300 HP makes
BUOts Qfflftimr me power buy of the year!
Magician On Shrine Show
Bevely Bergeron Is Councilman's Son
At the wheel of • Bm’ek.
Century, you find fetewiy
more reeponsivc, cruising more
pleasant, hill-climbing so nimbio
you feel you're on the level, lour
engine is normally working at
just a fraction of its capacity.
\ou have a tremendous power
reservoir to call on in sudden
And beyond this, you have the
lowest-cost automotive horse*
power in the land. Ft i» the
popular-priced Buick Century,
you are buying mt$ horsepower
per dollar than you get iu epy
other ear iu America.
Come in and try this glamorous
new Buick beauty soon. It is, by
all odds, the power bay of the
TT has sports-car smartness and
It combines sports-car compact-
ness with Buick roominess - six-
And j or sports-car performance,
this spectacular CENTURY rolls
off the assembly line with a 200-hp
VS engine and a trim 3852 pounds
-highest powT-to-weighP. ratio
in Buick history.
But-what does all that horse-
power get youP
It gets you brilliant performance.
It gets you more economy. It gets
you added safety.
Wonderful Help far
ssessf hy Skin Dryness
Who lorn ef MhM—so common to
«£n. W;n—<UM stubborn, itchini
trowr, Imam tick Ratool Oiatwtm
-diene uButaciy. special mediea-
uoa* soothe ivy kch heohn ode
rt, .u '.'l'
lw ••• »**»•
ities employed a man to tit in the tub-baiement and
fire a rifle at any rodents who pokad their nOe«#
The Boy Scout troop of Brietol, England, has jurt
booted out of-their ranks one of their members, as
admitted Communist. Those boys certainly did their
good deed for the day.
While flying 3,000 feet above Gloucester cathedral
in England an airman proposed to hit girl frisnd
and sht accepted. Got to aay this for Pah Cupid—
he core has good aim. < ,
4 Dispatch from Main*, Germany, tails of twe 0.
S. Navy ice-breakers which got stuck id the frosea
Rhine river. Apparently, the two craft were not all
they were crecked-up to be.
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dity Speculator Turns
lenson s Assistant
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•EARSON do-Chlna—though how kmg that
-Believe it or peace wHl last is problematical
mecul'sting,<on In B*rl,n «J"' »"■* r*^
market while Minister Bidault hat given Dulles
Senate Agricul- a blunt warning that the French
i now a *10,800- chamber of Deputies Is almost
to Secretary of gurg ^ yet* an end of tht war
& ... within the next three months,
•ds of the com- „ . , ...
ow that Nelson h« «“• w»raln«
in soybeans in to the White House, in fart cabl-
e same Tinfe he ed Eisenhower a hajf-doasn times
r“ ,®°n' last week urging that every aid
na rgicu ure pQ|stl)le ^(,^5 to Indo-Chlfta.
Front No. J is in Washington
where there's t division of opinion
regarding American aid to the
it only gave him
him In a posi-
itive as a hair
on's close asso-
Moore, a shady
AIR FORCE OPPOSES- Most-
vigorous supporter of aid to
. France is dymamic Admiral Ar-
both indicted thur Radford, chairman of the
om trading on Joint ehJefg of ,M(, who hat lean-
larket after he ^ toward sendinr American
rest releases to troops; also wants to blockade the
epartraent press ch|na coast; it also the man who
e attempt to in- put through the sending of Ameri-
’• can mechanics to repair Ainertcan
peculating part- planes.
Elmer Thomas, General Nathan Twalning, chief
■at, during Tho- of staff for the Air Forge, wae op-
tjie commodity posed to (ending these mechanics,
mas was defeat- but was overruled by Rtdford and
but was overruled by Radford and
lenator Joe Me- which supports Radford has work-
Kurfg, bank-roll ed out a plan to send four dlvi»
lobby. slon of U. S. trfeops to Indo-China,
. M.' thU tu' But the opposite faction points
at Nelson, yhlje out that th* minute Amsrieaa
er for the Sen- fitting men show up In the Iado-
ommittee, lived Chinese jungles, Chinese Oommu-
with Ralph nists are certain to in terrene — as
erestlng coinci- they did in Korea, and all-out war
was also tpe- would explode.
Meanwhile, the joint chiefs of
staff have urgently warned the
ndo-Chlna must be
,ybe«. .pecu; *
opened An M* nnnw Pa^valiiatu* o!m4w jkUfbs
gency re-evaluation study ohlafly
to see whether the gloomy worn-
oil for Nelson w ^ _______^v
ft the Agricul- |ng should be as gloomy as indi-
cated. Actually the present atmos-
ary oY 'hgActf!-' . * v 1
maL?hx7 !int CAPITAL CAPSULES - ThaFaa-
about Nelson. ^ Co. has renprt.d to
Delaware's crusading Ah .John
it M senators and «
1- Williams that M1
ed at finding a gressmen. aeeampanied by
Senate’s agricul- ativea. have taken government-
taff where he aubeldiaed cruises to Panama in
narket prices, the last three years . . . Republi-
Nejson’a tpon- c*n National Chairman Lon Hall
Senator Milt has been throwing bia weight
ota Republican. *• b**,n
woht' Into treatment ,or favorite GOP con-
tractors and job eoekere
hwuwso JOB RRfRfni « , • A
as a commod- ^ group of Negroea, calling
themselves the Southern Negro.
by this cel-
led hie apecula-
>d: “I am not in
sold out the
•o the Agricul-
Association, has been bombarding
Congress with letter*, saying they
are against abolishing segregation
. , . The Senate Interior commit-
tee tried to pin the biam* on
Florida’s Senator George Smath-
era’ office for leaking the aecret
testimony on Hawaiian • Alaskan
statehood to this column. Guess
again, gentlemen . . . Colorado s
potent Sen. Gene Millikin got
. President Eisenhower presonaliv
to the jungles to sit down with the lead and line
industry to listen to their troubles.
Berlin where ———
ea has had two
Miniittr Molo- W#w ..J
get him to call NSW TORK «»-Now you can
A called ’ambitious suaaa," v—
,d undoubtedly ^ Without th.
*#r. lep. it is a table serving akf With
aging the Indo- thgm^ tt is a coffee table with re-
partfoula*. time voirlng top. The eurfaot, M inches
>* disoouraged ta diameUr, is resistant to food
it of the uaited odds, (tain* and dgtret buna
the French (Prsoeott'i Equipment Servita
get peace in la- Binghamton, N.Y.).
Altar ao absence of three years for thousands of Army and Air
froftivhis hometown, Bevely Ber- Force o»en with hig time radio
geron will be featured on Bay- stars. Including Johnny Ray.
town Shrine Club show in. his He started his career in show
popular act, The Magicomedlan." business while A student in Bay-
Bevely is the son of Mr. and town Junior high school. HU first
Mrs. Rufus Bergeron. Starting as show began in the school chemU-
a youngster in.the field of legeoer- try lab where he and the teacher
m«i«, Bevely has become one of put together a “scientific magic
the regular performers on the Air,show," In which Bergeron defied
Force Showtime program, doing the laws of gravity by scientific
magic, comedy, juggling, balanc- means ■ •
ing. and pantomine. He also Later while In high school be
emcees the program. almost blew up the chemistry lab.
Stationed currently at Shepherd It was at this point in hit life
Air pr— In Wichita Falla. Ber- that he would leave Baytown dur-
geron has appeared oa programs ing summer vacation and join
............ 1 mage shows touring
Louisiana. After high school, he
attended the University of Texas
two yean and went into the Air
Force where he is now working
in special servioca. PMWHI
The popular Barton ian gnd his
comic magic stunts, is one of the
twelve stellar acta that will be a
feature on the Shrine show and
revue, Friday and Saturday nights
in Robert E Lee auditorium
“We were fortunate in working
out a schedule whereby Bevely
can return ta bU hometown for
this Mg show.” Entertainment
O-'-rnnn Norman rvottve said
Tickets for the show, at fl each,
are now being sold by Shriaert
aad Master Masons la the Bar-
town area. These tickets admit
each holder ta either om of the
two night shows aad the annual
CrinpW Children’s ball ta Bay-
town Community House, Saturday
These rickets are also good for
at aay Shrine Club
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Hartman, Fred. The Baytown Sun (Baytown, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 220, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 17, 1954, newspaper, February 17, 1954; Baytown, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1042342/m1/5/: accessed July 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Sterling Municipal Library.