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   Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - November 29, 1950, Galveston, Texas                                Rebels Close In on Moncay SAIGON French Indo China Nov 28 troops closed in on the important Indo China coastal port of Moncay to day with the capture of out post of Chuphaisan French troops defending the fort in the northeast corner of Indo China battled their way through encircling Communists leaving the Post in ruins American Minister Donald Heath flew ftom Saigon to Hanoi in the north with members of the Ameri can military missjon to study the situation at first hand official sources said It was Heaths first visit to Hanoi since the National ists began their drive crucial northern area in the DEATH NOTICES AMANDA DETHLOFF EINECKE Galveston resident for 33 yura died it her rosiUtnce 360S Avenut J lion day afternoon Sixty of age bora In Bellviile February 9 1S90 Funeral services from the drawing room of Malloy Boa Funeral Home at 1 p m Wednw day afternoon Rev E V Long and Rev T H Swygert officiating talon Memorial Park lottrmtnt In 100 Forest Fires Crackle in State HOUSTON Nov 28 than 100 forest fires crackled five Southeast Texas counties to day causing damages estimated at several hundred thousand Director A P Folweiler of the Texas forest service said the flames destroyed the Grogan Brothers lumber mill at Grand Lake with damages fixed at Five mill houses burned at Cowl Spur 15 miles west of Conroe Two barns and three chicken houses also wen up In smoke in this area Folweiler said The fires raged In San Jacinto Walker Liberty Montgomery and Harris counties Folweiler said Montgomery county had suffered largest single limber loss some acres He estimated losses would reach those of the costly IMS forest fires unless heavy rains brought the under control COURTS AND LEGALS Suits Filed divorce 56T11 DISTRICT COURT Ronnie J Ewer vs Ewer di vorce COUNTY COURT Probate Docked Esute of Larry Adams minor atipllca Property Transfers William E Rayner and to Ed R va Gent Cyrl Ring Rayner end wife lot 14 lo block 11 and improvements J10 United revenue DISTRICT COURT Louise Alter vs Arthur Alter divorce Elizabeth Daniel vs Willie Daniel di vorce TENTH DISTRICT COURT Hazel Rlee vs Harvey Rice divorce Proceedings 10TH DISTRICT COURT Donald M Markle Judge REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 105 Improved Property REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 105 Improved City Property The Jack Evans Residence No 12 Cedar Lawn Circle WellBuilt Twostory Briclcveneer double floors Asbestos Roof FIRST Entrance Hall Large Living room with real fireplace Sun Parlor Dining room Breakfast room Kitchen and Powder room SECOND Three Bedrooms Sleeping Porch Two Baths and Den Disappearing Stairway to Large Attic Lot has frontage of 134 feet on Cedar Lawn depth 174 feet Beautifully Garage with Large Storage Room drivt TwoCar Asbestos Roof Schaik and wife lot Rlcnards subdivision Civil Betty Ann Butler vs Ray Alton Butler divorce divorce decreed plaintiff on grounds ol cruet treatment at plaintiffs costs custody of the minor child Claudia Ann Butler a girl born Jan 18 1849 awarded plaintiff with right of reasonable vlsraUon accorded defendant defendant Is ordered to pay to plaintiff toward the support of said minor child the sum of S15 per week payable each Saturday commencing Dec 2 1950 TENTH DISTRICT COURT Donald M Markle Judge Criminal Docket sute of Texas Ex Eel Ealdoa Lloyd Garretl vs F L Blaggne sherlif Galveston county Texas habeas corpus bailed reduced to J350U and relator re manded to the custody ol the sheriff of 2 lo 2 Galveston county Teias Mainland Park 56TH DISTRICTCOURT Charles G Dlbrell Judge Civil Docket Joseph W Langford vs Erlean Lang ford divorce divorce decreed plaintiff on ground of crul treatment at defend ants request her former name of ErleajQ v alker restored Oil Gas Assignments K C Stutts and wife to Frank C Albright lot 46 of the Mainland Home steads subdivision 110 Mrs Hettle M Roman Fatnu and hus band to Krank C Albright lot 1 of the Mainland Homesteads S10 A W Ellis and wife to Frank C Albright lot 24 of Mainland Homesteadi subdivision fio Bernardlne C Ecaperlands teme sole to Frank C lot Homesteads subdivision of Mainland Ellis L Parson and wife to Frank C Albright lot 49 of Mainland Homesteads subdivision Jio Robert John Bobn and wife to Andrew M Colvln lot 12 and the northeasterly We consider this an EXCELLENT BUY Fletcher Harris Agency Realtors Dial 26811 Galvestoni Best Buy In Many Months Prici Reduced for Quick Sale Owner must cell HOME AND INVESTMENT Now Only 1110 36th twostory Duplex Lot Plenty of room for large garage apartment Terms Can Be Arranged 6EO B STRICKLAND EXCLUSIVE AGENT 103 Trust Phont 22914 Select Your Home Jstory brick Cedar Lawn A of beauty and distinction 8bedroom frame Palm Garden Perfect throughout 3bedroom and den 3928 P A rea pickup To inspect contact LEE OTIS ZAPP Real EstateInsurance tlO St Dial 2732 M3 Wanted Listings Wanted for Fast Call Today A Anderson Agent Jilt 8t Plat 2Mtt I WOULD AWteciATB TOUR LIBT Fropvrty Modsrn twostory rrame Sftth iMdrooms tiled bath wall to wall HOUM In nctrHot rondlUon bimialow 3528 0 TIltd bath Venetian blin4s brick veneer 232T 451B Thru and tiled bath Nlea a room Property is Mned for E R MICHAELIS Guaranty Bide Dial J805 FOR rooms and batn m fu lot at 4124 J HOUM nods but ts still a ood Has ntw roof Proptrty Is In aDd will make a bustnun location A C VANSKIKE 711 24th St Phont 87321 WEST END A 2bedroom home with conntctirg bath living room and kitchen for only Required down payment not less than Also a 2bedroom 3story stucco will business offlct or shop on 45th I B WITTJEN SON Dial 57133 32 Marine Bide Sunday 3823S 2521 AVE QUE Modern Twn story Homt Business Zone Will built 4 brdrooms sleeping porch illtd bath houst recently sheet rocked throuchout also asbestos siding put on over wood sldlnt Excellent con dition large lot 52 ft by 120 ft Owner moving from city Excellent buy al FLETCHER HARRIS AGENCY Keillors Die DOWN BALANCE 140 MONTHLY Price reduced to for quick sale Kicellent like new highraised cottagt In Hollywood Heights at 2023 Hollywood Asbestos siding over solid wood Ntwly tmpered And painted tile features modem bath witii shower Compart this with anything on market today Vacant so wt can glvt you possession WATERMAN REALTY AGENCY Realtors Z109 ChurchPhone S7451 TWOSTORY FRAME THREE rooms glass porch thrre csr garage large yard nice End neighborhood good state of repair MRS GODWIN INVESTMENT AND 611 27th 2701 2703 2709 and 2709 rtar Avenun E All iompletrly furnished In cjcsilent condition Tfrma to suit sur chaser For Information CAM S8153 106 UnimprovedCjty Pioperty of 53rd and TH Denver JACK W UcKKNZIU and Real Eitutt Trust Bldg Pnm LA MARQUE TWO BEDROOMS Oak floors soiljo with tallnc space lot Larn kitchen Concrrtt floored TBls hem u only 7 old and at down THREE BEDROOMS brmnd has a scrnnM porch and all the terms BAILEY BITNER M1311 Marque Two Bedroom Homes under old finance plan will be finished In 3 weeks 507 Honeysuckle J7400 FHA 817 Honeysuckle J7450 FHA 402 Atalea 6X52 Aialea 18300 FHA FHA A cut buy anyone of thwe for 1450 down Our homes offer the most value per dollar INTERCITY PLACE Highway 348 Phone 323811 half of lot S In the R R Armstrong sub division John D Moore league Marriage Licenses William Howard Lake and Jean Irene swenson Cornell Daniel Kahla and Elilora Lusty Shields James Persell Caulk and Catherine Rose DIMare Alfred Buckley Clements and Gwendolyn Hackle stamps indicate transaction up to 95500 Edgar C White and lo Edgar C White Jr and wife a tract of land out of lot 8 Division B vt League City as described snd Improvements flO etc no revenue Prlscllla Rogers Bcott widen tc M D I Conklln lots 3 4 8 and 7 In block United States revenue stamps indicate transaction up to Coastal Associates to Marshall X Rohden and wife lot 13 in blocK 9 of Wayside Place Section 1 and Improve ments Jio etc United States revenue stamps Indicate transaction up to Beulah Goods widow Individual ly and as Independent executrix of the estate of Louis J Godard deceased to Katie Bathtlstonl feme sole et al lot Palm ninefoot itrlp adjoining said lot on the west and Im provements Jio etc United Etates reve nue stamps of Vincent Genaa to J A Fletcher lot of Beach Front addition Elijah Franks survey United states stands transaction up to D C Richards and wile to Olln A 24 in block B of Home Tracts no United states revenut stamps Indicate transaction up to Mainland Co to A C Farb and I Peterman lot 20 In block 12 in section C Mainland Park addition to Texas fity S1125 rev stamps Indicate transaction up to 1500 A c Farb and I Peterman to Austin In block 12 addition to Texas City and Improvements J10 etc rev ttamps transaction up to John E Gray to H A Blisslt and wife the north SS feet ot lots 22 23 and 24 n block 74 ot Denver Resurvey and improvements U 8 rev stamps Indicate transaction up to Zssle Mae Loblt widow to Charlra EdwiD Kprtcn snd wife a tract of land Annapolis An 1 Burrows to DD Ivyhank Br straenan to 34 Amsteldyk Texas to Ellubtth Am i Lykes to Marlon Lykti Lykts to IT Calmton News Wednesday Nov 29 PACE 13 MARINE Arrivals Departures AUIVED frank MN Lyktt Ball DEPARTED Hunger T Republic Mar Ctnttbrlco Itom Rice from OJT THE your watch MARKETS BOARD out of block 125 addition D Dickinson as described rev stamps Indicate transaction up to I NEW to William weak of Markets at Glance TORK Nov 28 Stocks Standard blocks 49 ssubdlvislon of Denver Resurvey 50 51 52 70 71 72 and AEC Reveals New Atom Fuel Plants Site WASHINGTON Nov 28 The Atomic Energy Commission announced today that its new plants for production of atomic fuels will be located on a acre site in Aiken and Barewell counties South Carolina near the Savannah river The plants will be built and oper ated by the explosives department of the E I Dupont de Nemours 78 and ioiDrovements etc US rev stamps Indicate transaction up to Citizens State Bank of Dickinjon Texas to Citizens Bulldlnjr Co cf Dlcklnaon Texas lots 1 2 aad B In block 4 and lot 1 In block 2 In V Llenio subdivision of part of lot 190 addition D to the town of Dickinson and Improvements 110 No rev Ruth Shannon Hicks Individually and as guardian of the setate of Shannon minors to Eula Mae Benson all right title and Interest of sid minors In and to a tract of land as described In sub division E Cook 4 Stewart subdivision John D Moon Leasue 1500 No rev stmpl Isaac O Bell to Earl L King lot 23 of Isaac O Bells second addition tc La Marque rev tamp Indi cate transaction up to SS001 Joe Abbate Jr to L L Lowery aa on divided 40 per cent of Interest In and to all of the oil gas and other minerals produced from the south H of lot 13 In suodlvlslnn B the north H of lot 3 Ic subdivision A and the north half of lot 13 In subdivision A al In Kohfeldts snb tbe oil gas and other minerals produced from the north 14 of lot 9 In subdivision B of Kohfeldfs subdivision of the J C survey No early rtrrtgth fades Chicago to Ko rean news export business with wheat with com actlTt and 25 cents lower top Chicago Grain CHICAGO Nov 28 ral lied from the days low towad the ciose of the board of traO session A strong opening which carried sovbeans up around six cents and grains around 2 cents were reduced to fractions before the closing rally The market was largely under the In fluence of adverse Korean war news At the finish wheat was unchanged to 1 cent higher than the previous close steady to strong Corn w cent higher December Cotton Markets Spot Cottm Clotinr Galveston steady 30 ooinu down cents Houston steady New Orlean steady 30 points down at unit New Tork nominal at cents L L Joe Abbate undivided lioth Interest n and to of the oil gas and other and under the east 100 feet of wesl feet of lot 23 In subdivision B of Kohfeldfs subdivision of the J C Lwirue survey and an undivided l20th Interest In and to all oil gas and other minerals produced from lot 6 subdivision C of Kohfeldfs subdivision of the J C survey No rev itampl W R Reid Construction Co A Johnson and wife lot 87 of Llndxle subdivision and Improvements stamp Indicate transaction up to Oorge Miller and Charln 1 Miller to J E Holllnrsworth lots 5 and In blnck of West Kemah 1 I67S No rev Gulf Coast Builders to Alvln A Branner Jr and wife lot In block 13 of The section 3 and Im provements etc rev stamps transaction up to M Klnt widow to Park II and undivided t Interest in and to all of the oil royalty pro duced from five acres off smith of lot 8 of the Alltn subdivuion of Wilmington Del but j Sitof Hrrr AEC emphMlzed that U TAo DanN will not Involve the manufacture interest in and to of atomic weapons Instead the commission said the facilities will provide materials which can be used cither tor weap all of the oil royalty produced from five acres off the south of lot 5 and five acres off the south end of lot of Allen subdivision Henry Dlllard survey 6 and 8 No rer or pov The AEC announcement cloaked n guarded terms made no mention of the highly secret hydrogen hell JOtnb1 development plan But H wlnted out that construction funds will come from the 280 million dol ars asked by President Truman ast July for expansion of the overall atomic program The South Carolina location was chosen after a study of more than 00 sites The AEC said the fol owing choice factors determined the 1 Military considerations Includ ng vulnerability to attack 2 Operating requirements which can not be disclosed for reasons of national 3 Accessibility to population enters to avoid establishing a new government 4 Public health and safety con iderations A substantially built ec lam plot tround In Hitchcock plenty of shad m frtetd below down B WITTJEN SON Dial 57131 MARINE BLDO Sunday 35235 IN LA MARQUE lodern ont btdroom homt knotty pine Inlsh Inside glassed In back porch Ideal elghborhood wide lot 14800 J1100 Down Mso choice lots and acreages In snd near Marque Small down payment NELSON REALTY CO La Marque 33390 Texas City 55502 SENTENCE IS COROniTED WASHINGTON Nov 28 I months Ueeper 1 or grantor oil royalty produced from tract of acres of land In the W H Jack Ltague No rev Construction Starts On College Building Construction work was under way Tuesday on a onestory brick and hollow tile building to be used as a clinic for staff members of the University of Texas School of Medi cine The bulldlnjt Is bclnjt construct ed by the Sealy Smith Founda tion for use of the medical branch John W McCulIouRh president of the Sealy Smith Foundation dis closed Tuesday The new building will conform to the architectural style of the pres ent college structures and is being constructed on the former Eait End flats Texas Gulf Construction Co Is Lhe general contractor The build ing be completed within three QALVESTON COTTON RECEIPTS N G c it g r O F W D C Total GALVESTON STOCK STATEMENT Bales 67S to H Oatj to ti December Rye was to 1 cent hlcher December Soybeans were 4 to 5U cent higher January was 18 to 3f cents a Higher December H and lard hundredweight GALVESTON GRAIN RECEIPTS By G C S F By N By O Tuesday Wheat Corn 10 11 By By F D C By C R I p Totala z 17 21 30 Day Last Tear Wheat 13 10 New York Bonds On Total stock Tuwdav flame day last rr QAIVESTOJI DAILY STATEMENT From Tuetday This WMk This Interior Other Bts Total EXPORTS E70 1OM133 Ot Brit KM Continent 738 K9 Total Coast r rail Tot tip COTTON CtlTHteB Gtlveston mirket for cotton so points down Bales 1878 baits t o b doling prlcts Oood ordinary 34 Strict good ordinary jjlw Low middling 33 us IOW MMtot Middling 42 an Strict middling 433 Good middling 43 J Strict good 111 Cent 6C MKT 5s 82 A Penn RR 3 St Louis EF 4Hs 2022 Sou Pac 4is 69 Tex Corp 3s Westers Union Ss 80 100 85 102 H Entries Trio Indicted For Rape Grand Jury Acts In Three Cases Three rape cases were included in the final group of 38 indictmenti which were handed to Judge Don ald M Hackle in the 10th District Court Monday afternoon when OctoberNovember grand jury ad journed This was revealed Tuesday when Judge Markle fixed bond for the defendants named in the varioui indictments C F Matthews now a resident Dallas and a former Galveston shop foreman is charted wjth rapjng hjs 12yearold daugh ter His bond was fixed at J2500 Edgar Hughes negro is charged with raping a pregnant married woman and his bond was fixed at Norman Bloom negro contractor U accused of raping his 12yearold niece His bond was fixed at Asst County Atty Hugh Gibaon stated that the three defendant were at liberty under bond whet the indictments were returned GuaruMla strtchan from 26 Pan New Tork Pan Am from an Am 1 Euo Charleston Burrowi from Vessels in Port M OALVEaroy AND TEXAS CITT Ship Owatr Amneldyk IDUM Texas LZttT Isso Annapolis burrows DD Ilk Victory Lykes B Frank Lykes Am I Lykes Bros S9N Merchant Lykts TH 3940 Hattcsburg Victory Stracnan C Indians Ttxas Ivybank Br I strachan Marlon Lykes Lykes Bros Wolilniham Hill Br Strachan Sunset FlihUr Haasen Tldimaan js ENTERED Nov 28 Ss Frank Lykes Lykes net tons J L Dalton master from Port Arthur wltl transit Nov 2S Ss Amsttldyk TftT agent net tons J M c Dyk master from Houston with one case con taining old Dutch clock 300 cases of Scotch whiskey fifths all irom Rottsrdam for Galveston Nov 2 Ss ivybank Strachan agent 4447 net tons F Hale muter from Baltimore n water ballast Nov ss Esso Annapolis Burrows agent SS75 net tons H Grif titns master from Montreal in water ballast Houston Ships INBOUND Esso Charleston Baytcwn Burrows to Queenston Heights Burrows to Bay town Annibal Traweek Colim A to Jean tykes Lykes to L Bolon Turman Lykes lo L Reach 1 Quemado Lcke Kurrows tc Bay James Lykes Lykes to L OCTBOCND i Lykti from Reach 7 Comn from New York Curb Ark Nat Gas A Cities Service El Bond 3h Humble oil Lent star Gas By TIM Pirn 11 H 43 tt 14 BS 19 H 19 1 103 103 26 3314 II 103 BCTTEII AXD EGGS CHICAGO Nov 28 Butter firm unchansed 83 score A A A B 89 C M si 5V C stead to firm Prices uncnuutd t Htbn 5961 mediums standard ma current receipt 5355 dlrtlH checks New York Stocks NEW TORK NOT M waves Impelled by of Coll In bit tered down stock market from SI to more than a than g wave was greatest if tht war In brough HOUSTON NOT cotton closed steady 28 points down Salts bales ctotlnc prtct Mlddlln New I dllnc OrirSMt NEW ORLEANS Nov cotton heavy North Korean The Army announced late that Mr Truman had reduced Gil berts sentence to 20 years at hard testified today that he had traded spy with Dr Beran Dr Jan Boukal 44 the first secretary testified as the fourth of nine Catholic defendants i m UA irnic wakiiuii ueienuz labor The Army also will cashier on trial for high treason and him from the service pionage He pleaded guilty rw NEW TORK NOT 2S Spot cotton closed BomlnsJ No Tnt closing price Middling Ntw Tork clostd sttadv ID up to 34 down from Moi Ne Orleans closed steady S P9taU dOWB of Ntw Open High Low Kay July Oct Dec Htm 3529 1270 Vay n Oct HM 42M34 40M 4130 36 46 March May December Open Clost The srlllni start OL on demoralizing selling JunV Trading spurted as the fall In galnid momentum and then was t no ticeable slackening in tht pact Im provement appeared In the price structure Volume for the day was estimated at more than sham of largest of tht year Quotations dropped abruptly tt optn ng and within 10 minutes ticker was running Behind floor transac tions Most of the iMders madt first appearance on the In blocks move necessitated oy matchlnt buylm and selling orders at an to maintain an orderly market The rush to ell about spent itstlf by the end of first half nour and tht tape was clear but tne was maintained all during tht first hour From that point until shortly after mldtwtlon slight recoTtry tendtndo he downhill rtrlve resumed Every section of market suffend Steels motors and chemicals tried tt Ime to beat back but o no avail Leading on downside wen Nlcktl Plate which was off as much u at SUel Bethlehem Oeneral Motors Studebaktr Ooodrlch Montgomery Ward Bchenlty Admlrtl Phllco Motorola General ElKtrlc American Can Dodge American Telephone Santa Fe Oull Oil BUadtrd Oil and Gypsum 107 11H 11 Vi 11H 82 130S 150 H 110 32 33 175 37 38 37 39 132 130 130 U Am Alrllnee Am TH Tel Am Woolen Anaconda Cop Atch T A S Tr Monday Avco Mfg Spotlight Stocks TORK Nov prtct and net c most active toda1 Gen Motors Kadlo Corp JS Steel 2g Beth Steel iBranlff Alrw Chrysler Corp Cont Motors Cont Oil Del Curtlss Wrleht Freeport Sulph Gen Elec Gen Motors Goodrich 44 10 Vi 81 SACRIFICING FOR 5 on DlcksonsonLeague city Cut ff Road Wtll furnished 4 room citUge Porch earage plttely fenced pretty living room with nottyplntwsJla In natural finish A good act to get away fiom it and a are huir only because Doctorowner Is svlng town Terms arranged WATERMAN REALTY AGENCY Church MALTOrtS Ph 57451 IN TUB PIMM leautlful twobedroom home with large fireplace ulltln wall htater ten closets and picture ook kitchen Very construction In lal M43B mx3M W00del inci THB KJCLLNER AYER8 AOENCS 2307 Mtchanto St REALTORS LA MARQUE FOR SALE TO COLORED Twotory sixroom Duplex on Avenuu M hetwecn Iflth nnd 17h Slreets Priced most ressonnble Ior further rarllculsrs call LOUIS BODDEKER CO Real 811 J OR 4 plix nml von noirsTON rnnp living Nlre wo fcedroom home practically on large tot closeIn Price issnn Acres Superhighway and Highway S48 Ideal for future dtvsiopment GRADY BEVILL Phont La Marqut 36031 Kvenlngs and Sundays 32713 Texas Texas City 50 ft frontage masonry store building reasonably priced Hione Preston 7076 or writ RADIO PARTS COMPANY Houston FOR HA ONE SE fourroom house on thren Texas cil Ulc Phon TwoBannooM Twohedrooto hK r n4424 Texas City Nevor i Go by WiThoui Heading Tho News A VVYATT TWO STORY HOUSE JUNCTION OK riiir Krtrvay nnd Wnllnre ronrt on nulf Freeway Nwmiin rnnrl Kor Intnrmatlnn call B A J CLEANERS La Marque Central 8ti nt Tel A Tel M stp Pic Mo Pac Pf Erie RR ay uoonncn BF 17100 4Kt in Greyhound Corp 41 100 4 gu 48 81 79H 38S Houston Oil 14 SIU B8U SSH 15 Ti tt Int Harvester 71 32 S 31 3m 44 iS Kan City Southern 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Am Airways Panhandle P 4 R Penney JO Phillips Pet Plymouth Oil Pure Oil Radio Corp of Am Republic Steel Sears RopbucTc SInclHIr Oil Socony Vacuum Southern Pacific Standard Oil California New Jersey Sun Oil Texas Texas TSulf Prod Texas Gulf Sulph Texas Pac C A O Tidewater A Oil Rubber Steel West Un Tel A Woolworth FW 61 95 67 4S 95 75 172 104 75 12 56 i4 87 410 2Sfi 55 208 20 114 29 34 112 5 28 22 25 55 29 333 107 28 33W 33 64 54 17H 15 72V 51 i 4M4 174 44H 54 30 25 W 59 H 80 564 8714 65 2114 93 3 33 H 49 4114 45H 39i 3H 72 50 45 78 S5i4 85 H 65 78 20 X 33 47U 40H tt 6 1514 39 314 72 50 45 44 0 24 8814 70 4 55 4 65 7SW 20 82 38U 33 collla Benson Jsbraadtsen from Jeff WittrrMB from L Reach 7 Natleo from Pay town Esso Bayonnt Bsytown 9urrows from Hawaiian Cltlttn Isthmian from Shim Due Here First Methodist Board to Meet The board of education of Firsl Methodist Church will make Christ mas plans at a meeting Wednes day at 7 in the Fellowshif Hall Rev Kermit Hollingiworth pastor announced Tuesday Dr R M Rigdon board chair man will preside A workers conference will held at in the sanctuary after the board meeting All teach ers assistantteachers officers and leaders in the Sunday School and church are asked to attend Rev Hollingsworth said One of the churchs Yuletidi events will be a bazaar and buffet supper Friday from 6 to 9 in the hall The event will be spon sored Ijy the Sarah B Harris and Reliable Sunday School daises Proceeds will go toward an nual Christmas offering for the Methodist home in Waco which aouies approximately 400 orphans the pastor said Coutancti Cte 19 DIbtrvlilt Dtc UV Bsrtrand Nov 30 Tabasco NOV 30 MeTtTIE Runhliatbolm Dtc 21 Rydtoboim if Dtc S4 UMtholm 91 Vasahotm n liy the raillo stations of listings Is Giles Planning Tideland Talks AUSTIN Nov 28 Commissionsr Bascom Giles left Austin this afternoon by plane for informal talks with Texas con gressmen and senators in Washing ton concerning the tidelands Giles said he would spend sev jeral days in conferences and at tending meetings Tho commissioner reiterated the belief that the court fight over ownership of the tidelands has been lost He said I feel that if any accomplish ment is to be made toward recovery of any portion of our tide land what we thought must be done at once jand through I Giles nridcd that a complete re Icovery of the tidrlands is in his opinion beyond the realm of He said he was hope howevpr that the federal gov ernment would mnkc some form of nvcrturo toward a division of In terest between state and nation Nov 30 LTKM MUM LykH Nov 50 Kowtlt LykM Nov 29 Lykas Nov Jo JUM Nov KendaH Nor fclOB TKrsnM 30 Vtlrat Lykw 29 Lrkw Pet 14 MAKIXC Pointer Dte M Alcot HouBtr Nov 30 Goldm statt Dtc 27 LucktnbMh An I Nov If KtysttH ttatc 13 Lumber Dec 10 Magnolia Dtc 15 PaimMto 23 itatt Dtc 21 iaJlor Dtc 24 8THACMAN Argentina 10 DM 2 Bollrla Dee 17 Detrpool Dte 4 Hornero Dee IS Japtra Dtc 2S Ltwton Nov 30 J w Sprtgue Dee t Pltrtt dt Baurel Countlti Dec B fouthtrn Dtc s Dec Willowbuik Dec I TEXAS Ailsdyk Dec 9 Aardylt Dec 12 Andyk Dec 2S Andyk Dec 2s Arktldyk Dtc 22 London Dec 14 Vonrosa Dec s Dec 21 Rio Juramento Dec 15 schledyk Dec 1 Table Bay Nov 29 Vtiteroy midDecember WATERMAN Jeff Davis Nov Moblllan Dec Btonewail Jackson Dec 11 Warrior Dec 14 BUT EXCESS COTTOy NEW ORLEANS Nov 28 American farmers have been told hat European countries will be able to buy cotton produced in ex ess of needs through July 951 Speakers at a cotton mobiliz ation meeting here yesterday said EGA countries Europe would have free dollars and could use as No Holiday Planned By Post Office on Second Thanksgiving The Galveston post will cb serve business as usual Thursday Postmaster Raymond A Stewart said Tuesday All federal offices observed Thanksgiving on Nov 23 the legal federal holiday Only state offices and agencies honor Nov SO Stewart said the main pott office and all branches will stay with their regular hours and all home deliveries will be made on regu lar schedules much as bales of cotton I the First Methodist Church PTA Council to Meet Wednesday at Menard A meeting of thn ParentTeacher Association council executive meet fig will be held Wednesday at 10 In Menard Park Community Center H H Edwards pub licit chairman laid Tuesday Whitcomb HAllen of San An tonio representative of the Amer ican Social Hygiene Association will confer with the group on PTAs health program Mrs Edwards announced thsrf any PTA member or other inter ested persons may attend the metV Optimist Official to Address Local Club Virgil Willis of Houston lieu tenant governor of the second ter ritory of the 28th district of the Dptimist International will speak at the Wednesday meeting of the Galveston Optimist Club Willis is past president of South Optimist Club of Hous ton and a manufacturer there The meeting will begin at in the Jean Lafitte hotel Appreciative Audience Hears Teague Concert An appreciative audience heard a concert of organ music by Wil liam Teague at First Lutheran 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