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Bryan Daily Eagle Newspaper Archives May 12 1957, Page 4

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Bryan Daily Eagle (Newspaper) - May 12, 1957, Bryan, Texas Pm Tiff Buffy an daily Badu my an tra bunday May la it bigger planes make freight runs More profitable Toay new York a new planes today Are lifting the profits tonnage for the fledgling airfreight Industry. Most major carriers report in ter of 1956. A ton mile is one tone of freight carried one mile. Slick airways a southwestern cargo Toter with a transcontinental route is also adding larg creased cargo ton mileage this j or equipment. Riddle airlines year Over last. Most expect and which ties freight Between Dit ional speedier and bigger j puerto Rico f Onda and mid Craft to carry their sales volume Western cite it is modifying its to new Heights this year and 33 c46s to obtain More capacity next. For some the new equipment in particularly Handy. The end of the profitable air lift to Korea Hurt some of the All cargo carriers greatly. A few dipped into red Ink before the new planes were delivered. Their arrival Industry spokesmen say should Herald the Day when the air cargo Industry As a whole can step into the ranks of recognized american Industrial Money makers. The new planes mean lower costs per ton mile As we As greater capacity. Officials think the great potential now lies in air freight a ability to Aid manufacturers Cut distribution costs. This month flying Tiger began transcontinental operation with its new Fleet of 12 super h constellations. It says its scheduled air cargo service now can be carried on at 331 Miles per hour lifting 43,000 pounds of freight 2,300 Miles nonstop. The new planes Are More than one third larger than the lines old ones As Well As tester. For example one flight from to Angeles to new York with a Slop at Chicago a an elapsed Lime of nine hours 20 minutes. And Speed Seaboard is Western airlines today starts its Lith year of trans Atlantic air freight service. New equipment has brought its Fleet to to super constellations and three dc4s. In the first three months of 1957 cargo ton Miles totalled 2, 958,677, an increase of 78.4 per cent Over the 1,657,869 carried j in the first Quarter of 1956. In the profitable South Amer i ican Field Tanagra reports its air cargo volume Rose 51 per cent during 1956 and is still gaining. It now carries on average four tons of cargo a Day on its routes in seven latin american countries. It has added two special c54 cargo planes to expand services. Mexican supper member of the Bryan Branch of the Church of Jesus Christ of latter Day saints will have an authentic mexican dinner saturday in the recreation Hall of the new Church to Benefit the building fund. Mrs. G. C. Garrison of Houston will come to supervise the making of the tamales enchiladas and other mexican goods which will be prepared and j 1iv St three months of served by the women of the 1957 cargo ton Miles increased Church. There will also be a by 1,177,949 Over the first Quad j program. Licht up the signs done to but the marines wearing them do in a smoke break at Kaneohe Hawaii. The Marine in Center walks in Advance of the column to warn vehicles of approaching troops. The other leathernecks Are rear guard who Trail the detachment in traffic areas. Buy or rent a washing machine Moke your selection now and solve your laundry troubles new or reconditioned payments of Low of $2 per week bargain furniture co. 217 s. Moin Bryon Texas mrs. Toi Richesson is new Bowie a to president mrs. Bruno touches it on was installed by mrs. Charles Meyers As new president of the Bowie fat at its final meeting. Other new officers who were installed include mrs. H. L. Karnes first vice president mrs. A. L. Novak second vice f minority spokesman Millie Laughlin named head of chs students Millie Caughlin Defeated Jerry Mills Friday in the annual Spring elections to to come the consolidated High school student body president for the 1957-58 school year. In the race for senior yell leaders the winners were Jeanette Vance who will serve As head yell Leader for the 1957-58 school year and Ann Cle land. Carolyn Wilson who was one of the Junior yell leaders this year was the other candidate in this election. The Battle for Junior yell leaders found Judy Litton and Dolores Marquart setting the most votes. The other four candidates for this position were Nancy Rogers Susan Dowell Pat Jackson and Sara Goode. Running unopposed Mary Margaret Hierth was elected editor in chief of next years annual the Tiger land. In write in voting other annual staff officers who were elected included Junius Clark As senior business manager and Don Avera As Junior business manager. There were no candidates on the ballot for either of these offices. Outgoing officers include student body president Maurice j. W. Fullerton burial today at Alexander funeral services for John w. I Fullerton 90 years 9 months and a few Days of age will beheld this afternoon at 4 . In j Hillier funeral Home the Rev. Clifford Edge will officiate assisted by the Rev. E. L. Con yers at the funeral service and also at interment rites in the Alexander cemetery. Pall bearers will be r. R i i broach George w. Broach h. J h. Broach. Curtis Elliott Ellis Martin and Joe Bailey Walker. Or. Fullerton who died sat-1 urday at la . At his Home one mile West of Tabor was born in Brazos county july 24. 1886, his parents being Pioneer residents of the county. He w As a Farmer All of his life until re j tir ement a number of years ago survivors include one sister miss Barbara Fullerton of it. I Bryan one grandson Albert Mondrick of the same address and a number of nieces and nephews. New officers of Ben Milam a to new officers of the Ben Milam it a were installed in a ceremony of Silver links tied with ribbons which signified a joining of the student body teachers and officers. John Withers portrayed the student body and mrs. Ella Merka stood for the teacher. The my officers took their place As follows or. Wayne Harvey president mrs. T. Wayne Van Ness first vice president mrs. Ervin Autrey second vice presi Dent mrs. N. In Raney mini vice president mrs. B. C. Sie Gert Secretary e. C. Mclarty treasurer mrs. Dalton Vance reporter and mrs. W. O. Withers historian and parliamentarian. Mrs. Withers outgoing president turned the meeting Over to mrs. Harvey who dismissed the meeting refreshments were served. Marriage License Raymond vaster Mclaughln and Barbara Jeanette Moore. A hand out is a Good turn Indianapolis us sex petted unanimity on a rout me Ioian head yell Leader Ann amendment was broken sudden Hue senior yell Leader Lucy by in the Indiana House the oth Rogers Junior yell Leader Jea or Day. Nette Vance Junior yell Leader after a mumbled chorus of Carolyn Wilson and annual staff a Hayes a speaker George s. Die Nerr Indianapolis conformed to rules by asking for any opposition. Startled legislators heard a faint it was 6-year old Ann Els president mrs. Joe Lero third Ner daughter of rep. Edward vice president mrs. George p. Eisner or. A Seymour. She Zuniga Secretary a. R. Den was serving As a Page for the Ney treasurer and mrs John j Day. Perrone reporter. J the Bowie choir under the were served honouring the past direction of mrs. Carl Best pre and new officers. Seated the program. A a a a a a a a a or use Eagle want ads for result miss Nina Henry gave the devotional and room count win j ners were miss Thompson and mrs. Stevens. Refreshments editor Joanne Walker. Supervising fridays election were the chs senior class student Council members Rosanne Phillips Larry Leighton Joanne Walker Jimmy Murphrey Deanne Skrivanek Donald Patton and Maurice Olian. The remainder of consolidated High schools Spring election will be held tuesday at 2 . At which time student Council members will be chosen j for the 1957-58 school year. Done is be an eager Weaver. New use for Cotton stalks Ruleville miss. Up a Mississippi Cotton growers who always have slowed under Cotton stalks to help the soil have been told the Tough plants May be the raw material for a new pulp Industry. Or. W. J. Nolan of the University of Florida one of the nations authorities on Wood pulp production has told Plant ers a from what we already have done there appears a certainty that a readily Saleable product can be the pulp could be used for Cartons liners corrugated wrapping materials and related items. Swindler insurance Agency is proud to announce the association of Bill Carll a a solicitor for our Agency at our new location 202 Texas Avenue College station Texas Botwood West in and Sands Motel in restaurant building. Phone i 6-6223 or drop by for your Complete insurance needs Coffee shop is near i Mother s Day Queen of Thi Day All mothers accompanied by three or More of the family will be entitled to a Mother s special dinner Fried compliments of Chapultepec Moke it Quot Oil ploy and no work Quot for mom on her Day bring her Here for a delicious dinner Chapultepec Corner College it Coulter tor reservations pm. To 3-2002 financial Industrial fund inc. Systematic investment plan capital accumulation plan income plan prospectus May be obtained upon request from l. R. Dupriest manager Bryan College station now opened under new management Leonard Iron and Metal corp. Formerly Leonard Auto part Straw bareback natural a Black a red a yellow in a i to to to batteries and All Salvage materials e h o to 2-4179 highest prices paid for a scrap Iron a metals a cast Iron Leonard Iron and Metal corp. Kenneth Stephens owner Sims and i Way 21 East open House will Climax of Day moved up to a position of assistant Secretary of defense is former of Secretary or. Donald a. Quarles. At least one student officer Squadron and both Cadet squadrons will March in the downtown Bryan armed forces Day Parade May 18. In announcing base plans for armed forces Day major Asa a. Adair project officer said i that along with these three color formations show from the left the National colors Tho army colors with 145 Balli streamers la Marino corps colors with 34 Baul streamers the nary Coloni Tho air fore Colon and the coast guard colors. I squadrons the Cadet drum and Bugle corp will have a place in the Parade. The 10 30 . Parade along main and Bryan streets downtown will kick off a full Days activities for Many base personnel. Leading the Parade will be Stephen f Austin High school band to be followed by the marching personnel from the base. Next will be Allen Academy with its band and marching cadets. Texas College is expected to pass next with its Cadet corps and band and will be followed by vehicles of the 386th National guard army armed engineers. The first battalion of the 143 infantry will come next. They will precede vehicles from College and the Kemp High school band. Open House at Bryan fab from one until four of clock is expected to bring hundreds of visitors out to View Many time july Static displays. Such displays Are to include planes such As the f-100, the f-84f, f-86d, a t-29, Kc-97, c-123, a t-33 and two helicopters the h-21 and h-19. Also the air National guard will have numerous pieces of equipment on display at the flight line. Other things of interest will include free movies fire fighting demonstrations helicopter demonstration and demonstrations of the ejection seat. Various sections will be open to the j Public. Public invited in commander s note armed forces Day is a time at we hich each of us should remember the grim alternatives to adequate military preparedness. We should remind ourselves of our vast responsibility toward the Protection of the freedoms which Are our great National heritage. At the same time each of us civilian and military alike can be proud to be a part of an organization dedicated to the Protection of those freedoms. It is also important that All american citizens be Given the Opportunity to familiarize themselves with our a i tonal defense offers. Toward this end Bryan air Force base will be open to the Public on armed forces Day 18 May with aircraft and other equipment of the air Force army and Navy on display. I Hope you will bring your family and friends. A colonel James a. Gunn Iii base commander Public to get look at latest aircraft the air Force will be a out in totalling some 1,300,000, and style come armed forces Day Fth the eyes of the world of May 18. Used on the men in Blue the most every town and City of merest is higher than Ever any size and a Host of even whether it s a or Sis or Jun Small communities will see an i0r or he Voung Man on the elaborate show of air Force thre hold of a career All have planes numerous flyovers Are 50me it Ock in the , scheduled for Bryan Abb the City of Bryan and other towns. At 1 10 armed forces Day afternoon a flight of four of Loos will do a flyby Over the base. Turn and make a pass Over Bryan at 1 15. Next Over the base will be another flight of four of Loos to make the same passes at 1 48 Over the base and 1 50 Over the town. At 2 05, four f-9fs will pass Over the base turn and make a pass on Bryan at 2 07. Then comes the larger Craft. At 2 21, three c-123s will come in Over the base make their turn and cover Bryan at 2 24. Next an eight ship formation of t-33s will come Over the base at 2 45, turn and pass Over Bryan at 2 47. At 4 17 that afternoon two Kc-97s will make their show Over the base. While All these planes Are engaged in flybys in this area others will be seen Over such places As Hearne Navasota Waco Dallas fort Worth ty-1 Ler and numerous other towns and cities. All added up this armed i forces Day holds Promise of give i ing the general Public the Best i look at air Force strength the have Ever had. With air Force personnel now new of Secretary James a. Douglas who re places Donald a. Quarles in recent presidential appointments. An Aerial Pioneer and enthusiastic proponent of aviation for the military services following the adoption of Quot flying machines Quot by the army in 1907, president Theodor Roosevelt ii shown preparing for a flight at Kinlock Park St. Louis to oct. La. 1911. F i

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