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Bryan Daily Eagle (Newspaper) - August 4, 1957, Bryan, Texas Sunday. August 4. 1957 tim 9iiyam daily Agla Sayan t1xa Thau a i a Penney new Shantung effect decorator bedspreads so Lustrous in your Choice of fashion color. So Silken to your touch. Penney s styles it to perfection with intricate top quilting o generously full flounce. Color locked Chro spun acetate shop Penney a Burlington Mills Hilo textured draw drapery pair 44 Inch wide floor length Colton men in revolt urging cheaper Cotton a _ in in i is to in Pisa fir i tat Iron the Bill a f Memphis pm a after 24 controls without losing govern years of guaranteed High Cotton ment Protection prices Many Cotton men angrily middlemen winners merchants argue today that they Are like a warehousemen brokers etc., in to be ruined by such kind complain that the Federal gov Ness Ern ment is pushing them out of this uprising brewing in the business either by doing most Cotton belts hot Sun and Echo buying and Selling of Cotton in ing in Congress began with the Der the support system or middlemen. Now the largest cot through acreage controls aimed ton Farmers a More political to at cutting the crop tent group Are taking the Lead. Tightened planting allot How far will it go certainly ments dropped the crop from no one seriously expects free 1612 million Bales in 19jd o Enterprise to replace the Federal about 134 million last Harvest Cotton program of Price support powerful factors bring co Dino Sal Mineo and Susan Kohner Are pictured Here in a tender love scene from Allied artists Quot Dino Quot Story of the rehabilitation of a juvenile delinquent which opens today at the Palace theatre. Brian Keith stars with memo and miss Kohner in the film produced by Bernice Block and based on a i teleplay of the same title. Sal Mineo portrays a Dino delinquent who finds self and acreage control. The new old idea being talked up is this sell a Little cheaper grow a lot More. Let volume Supply profit. Build bigger markets with cheaper Cotton. Most important factions of ton Farmers and textile manufacturers the Industry s two Basic groups into the Arena. Especially the Farmers. For one. Cotton has been coming out second Best in the intense Market scramble with cheaper synthetic fibres such the Industry seem ready for a As Rayon. I change but Complete agreement 1 american Cotton men also sat. Is hard to achieve. The main they stand in danger of losing i argument rages Over How to get their once substantial of Cotton away from government i Market to foreign Cotton grow ers who can undersell the u. S support Price. Another dilemma faces those Cotton men with sizeable farms. They say acreage allotments imposed when surplus Cotton began piling up in government warehouses Are a hardship. Many men with sizeable farms warm to the idea of cheaper Cotton priced to com Pete if the lower Price carries with it an acreage allotment system that would give work my room for mechanization with mechanization scientific methods and enough land a planter could grow Cotton cheaper sell it cheaper. Make it pay. Few Small Farmers could make that claim. The Small Farmer is usually the hand labor and mule Farmer. A great Many Plant Little More than the minimum allowed under the support program four acres. The income from this support mechanization. Congressmen from Cotton Belt and new England textile states have whipped up 45 Bills each aimed at altering the program one / a or another. The major Bills ease the Price of Cotton Down a few notches and increase acreage allotments a Bill sponsored by Sens. Eastland id miss and Aiken a it would do this by the relatively simple Means of setting a lower parity support level 75 per cent 2 per cent less than the present level and allowing a 20 per cent acreage boost. The Bill was proposed by the american farm Bureau federation. The department of agriculture says it regards the Bill As the least objectionable. The american Cotton producers associates acpt has a far More Complex Bill which it claims has wide support in the Industry. It involves direct subsidy of the Cotton Farmer with the Market Price left to Rise or fall according to natural eco a nomic Laws. The government subsidy would make up the difference Between the Market Price and 90 per cent of parity. A. J. Story acpt president and owner of a 5,000 acre plan music for imprisoned Walpole. Mass. To a inmates Ai Massachusetts state prison have their own ideas of what should go into Quot record albums for the current Issue of Mentor. Prison newspaper offers these suggestions Quot up a Lousy Quot throw mama from the train a Quot i might As Well be Spring. Of electric chair s got me Quot tation. Says the Bill a general objective Quot is to get Cotton Down to one Price a world and a with More and cheaper Cotton we think increased consumption would within fica years be returning Farmer income to Wash out the compensatory payments a he said Bright Light to have revival the Rev. W s. Mooneyham will conduct a revival at the Bright Light free will Baptist a at Harvey August 5-11. Rev. Mooneyham executive Secretary of the National association of free will baptists of j America is also editor of its National publication Quot contacts. Revival services will be Girt each Day at 8 pin. After a fifteen minute period of prayer. Sal Minco scores his greatest screen Triumph to Date in Allied artists a Dino a which opens today at the Palace theatre with Brian Keith and Susan Kohner a his co stars. In this screen Story of a juvenile delinquent and his efforts through the Aid of a social worker Keith and a girl with whom he Falls in love miss i Kohner. To rehabilitate himself for a Fine place in society j Young Mineo is both sensitive and forceful the screenplay was produced by Bernice Block and her Assn-1 cite. David or a marshy with a Tomac Carr a Veteran in his profession As the director it was authored by Reginald Rose a who based it on his teleplay of the same title in Winch Mineo Alco starred. After serving three year in a House of correction after having participated in a murder during a warehouse robbery Mineo at Only 17 is still filled with a half and a rebellious attitude when he comes out with reformatory As a parolee. It is largely through the understanding help of Keith that the Bov finally begins to tear Down the barriers he has built Between himself and society and it is with the assistance of the attractive miss Kohner that he finds a happiness and peace he not before had known. During the Long efforts of Keith and the Young girl a worker in the settlement House Young memo frequents he still has his Eye on crime and even plans with his brother portrayed by Pat de Simone and others of a gang to again engage in a Holdup. However just before he it to join the Geng. He if brought to the realization that he is in love with the girl because of this he now knows he is finding his right position in society. He decides against any criminal activities and rushes to the gangs appointed meeting j place. He reaches it in time to save his brother from participating in the Holdup pulls the j younger boy away from the i Holdup scene and later persuades Keith to help them both. The boys parents parents without a full understanding of their sons problems and there fore unequal to the task of preventing them from becoming j delinquents Are portrayed excl i cell Entov by Joe Desantis and i Penny Santon. Carry a direction was smooth and reflects a Complete under standing of the Rose script. Mrs. Food is new president of auxiliary i or. James r Wood was installed As president of the american legion auxiliary at its regular meeting la-4 Wick. Other officers who were installed were mrs. Antone Kre Nek. First vice president mrs. C. S. Beckwith second vice pit Idem mrs. A c Mcelfish Secretary mrs. J. W. Monk treasurer mrs. Joe Platter historian and mrs. Joe Kienerk sergeant at arms mrs. John Bishop was installing officer assisted by mrs. Tim m Oore. Sergeant at arms and outgoing officers mrs. Charles Ramsey and mrs Wood. Mrs. Bishop presented mrs. M. I ungate outgoing president the past presidents pin. Which was a Token of appreciation from the unit. Mrs. Bishop. Mrs. Wood and mrs. Ramsey gave reports on the department convention held in Houston recently mrs Wood department legislative chairman received a Meridious citation for having the Best legislative report. There were Only two citations issued in the United state to the american legion auxiliaries and Texas received one. Mrs. Ramsey served As Page at the convention and mrs. Bishop was chairman of credentials and was elected department chaplain for the coming year. Court records cub Scouters invited to Lake part Iii session cub scout leaders in Brazos and Robertson counties have been invited to attend a the pack meeting a additional train my session to be held at the Lone Star Gas company conference room in Bryan tuesday. Starting at 7 30 . Or. A l. Hanna. Cub training team chairman announced. Cub masters assistant cub masters and All pack committeemen have been specially invited to participate along with 1 Den mothers and assistant Den mothers of arro Moon District Hanna said. This is the third additional session to Basic training offered during the summer months to help cub Scouters in their planning and carrying out an i intensified program starting in september. Team members to help with instruction in the course include Wilbur Strong. Hearne and Kenneth Ferguson and James Bradley Bryan. More than 150 cub Scouters Are expected to receive detailed helps in the planning and carrying out of interesting and enthusiastic pack meetings during the program year starting in september. Hanna noted. A Lorn Friday two wheels and tires were taken from the trunks of new Plymouth cars on the Bernath motor lot sometime during the night Friday. The tires were both new White Side we alls. Investigation is being conducted by Ray Williamson. City detective. Warranty deeds Jimmy Lewis Ford and Barbara Jinn Boyer. Hershel Glyn Welch and Nancy Lou Nev la. David Bevan Wray and Ora Mac Thompson. Donald f. Week it us to r l. Lawson it us. Lot 13, part of it 12, Block 4. West Park addition. A. D. Gingg it us to l. V. Haltom part of lots 13 and 14. Block 4. Eastside resurvey addition. Part of lot 14, Block 4, Eastside resurvey. Franklin d. Lawyer it us to Donald f. Weekes it us. Lots 5 and 6. Block 9, the Knoll. L. D Stuart it us to John m Lawrence trustee lots to and la part of lots 9, Block 6, n. Oakwood addition. M. C. Griffin it us to c. C. Jammer lot to Block 4, Bryan a first addition. J. L. Brock to John Delagarza. Lot 13, Block a Jones Brock subdivision. Marion c. Pugh to Luther h. Callaway it us. Lot 6, Block 3,1 Southeast College Park Addi-1 Tion. I too cold in new zealand Penney top manufacturers make them the Penney Laboratory tests them Penney a tiny Price tag gives you savings hard to boat anywhere Dacron Priscillas that drape themselves a a a. J u.�?T.1&Quot us ii i fat a a it a in Tom 4 0 j / fashion bedspreads lovelier to look at just one More week to buy White goods / Lustrous Dacron wonder wearing Dacron now priced so Low of Penney deeply ruffled for extra Beauty double window size. Triple window size a $498 fitted Sanford Zed nationwide9 muslims995 15 95 first Quality Sheet sold at Penney s Only the some generations Fomous Muslin of in Netious wide hots tailored to go on easy stay wrinkle free need no daily making up no ironing full site or its of hot August White goods you can to afford not to Quality bedspreads Auckland. New zealand in 1 a an american professor or. Charles f. Reid of City College new York went to school in his pyjamas in Auckland in the coldest weather of the year 9 degrees. He had a suit Over them. Quot it s so cold i put on two pairs of socks two sets of underclothes and left my pyjamas on Quot he told children who swarmed round him at a City school. Or. Reid is Here with a touring party of to women teachers. Grace period Lebanon ky., to a the judge asked the defendant Why he did no to have a Drivers License. A a i Haven to had time to get one since i got. Out of the army a the Man replied. 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