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Freeport, Texas
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Tuesday, August 7, 1962
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5 CRITICISMS OF KENNEDY AT MID-TERM OFTEN CANCEL EACH OTHER OUT-PAGE 5 Per Single Copy To Subscribe Call 81 3-3511 Frcoport THE BRAZOSPORT FACTS SERVING BRAZOSPORT, AN&LETON, WEST COLUMBIA, BRAZORIA, SWEENY, OLD OCEAN, DANBURY and DAMON Fact. Claolfled: BE 3-2111—Alt Oth«r Offices: ft 3-3511 Per Single Copy To Subscribe Call BE 3-3511 Freeport VOL. 50 NO. 136 Associated Pr«*s Member TUESDAY, AUGUST 7. 19&2 Freepcrt, Texas Weekdays 5 Cents Sunday 15 Cents MOVING IN FORMATION, MAINTAINER ARMADA SWEEPS BEACH CLEAN U Police Chief Job Appointive COUNCIL SPLIT ON APPOINTMENT METHOD Ten mninlalnerii nrn |ml,Hod nlmvc n<>«r I ho, Jdllo* wrly today. A moment Inter, nt n dirnnl from bench clrnnup rhntrmnn C. O. Ix-lmw, (he operator* mnvml IhHr niftrhlne* forward In formnllon, lend blndn clfflrinK Iho water's odRO, nnd oiu-h In mirrmilnit Jimt overlapping th<- pnlh i>f the, one nhoml. They moved smlflly In thn illrnrllnn of San l,nl« l-iis-i, leaving smooth glnplnpr unnds hehlnd. They n-mild olenr thn any an fnr n* thn mnlntnlnor* would 150 until noon, uliip for lunch, then return In their rrj;ip- Inr Job*. Thli l« probably tho large*! array of mncli- Ines ever nimwd fnr n elvlc venture, nlwerter* he- lleve. It In nn effort In rl'1 the nenueecl hll^hl nml Ihe nenimnlnllnii of weeks n! drhrl« lell hy rnrolo** minimi hers. Machines were conlrlhnled hy *e\<>rnl area contrac-lori, Ihe cltlon nf Kreejiort nml Chile, nnd t'nunly Tn-clncl 1. The ilny heforc, wvernl Bny Hroiit unlti anil ninny volunteer*, under Ihe itlrertlnn nf I,. K. Itc'/.nvnln, had prepared the way by removing Ihe Kin** bottles strewed fin lhl- bearh. Barbara Henderson, representing Ihe Keep Rraznrla County Roniitlfnl Association, had helped \iilh refre«hmenl<< lor vtnrkors. The project Is sponsored by the Tourist Committee of the Brazosport Chamber, headed by Bill Sandlln. Although apparently agreed on ! changing thn police chief from an elective to an appointive position, l.ake Jackson City Cmmcil- men were split Monday nieht on .15,000 Women In US May Have Taken Drug By JACK BEI.1, WASHINGTON API - A Food and Drug Administration spokesman said today that surveys indicate more than 15,000 American patients received thalidomide pills *irom U.S. doctors. Alxmt 3,200 of them were women at child bearing age. "We have no Information as lo have been no reports of malformed babies attributable to Ihal- idomide pills dispensed in this; country from supplies which the American maker provided to doc'-i tors for experimental use." ' But Sen. Kstcs Kofnuver, D-| Tenn., told the Senate Monday no' one can bo certain until about! Jan. t that no deformities will de- how many of thes women wereivolop. pregnant," said Wallace Janssen.j Thalidomidc, a sedative, has FDA information director. "And | been blamed for the malformation we don't have any Information at ( of thousands of infants in Europe, this point on the total quantity ofjit W as not sold In the United pills given to doctors." '.States, but was distributed to doc. Senators were told in a closed tors lor possible experimental use session Monday_ that so far there j before. Its eifecUi In Europe were publicized. There have boon a tow birth deformities in Ihe United States blamed on thalidomide, but the cases reported so far involved supplies of the drug obtained abroad. In one case, however, a New York woman Rave birth lo a rie- | formed child after taking thalid- jomide supplied by o Park Avenue • psychiatrist who obtained it from .Germany. The child lived only 41 members; minutes. Food and Drug Administrator V. Victoria Candidate For Pos. 2 Harbor Post V. (Vic) Victoria o! Lake Jack- sorb the future labor force which son entered the field of candi-j is developing. 4-2 appointment ol this department head for different treatment." Brown said, pointing out that other city employees have Jobs which are also important to the health and welfare of the community, and they are hired, fired and super- AT FREEPORT Council Okays 288 Extension the method of appointment. An ordinance passed by a vole gives the city manager the!vised hy the manager. same hiring and firms authority! "I foci that confirmation hy the ,. ,, , ... over the chinf as tho manager j council would weaken the 'posi- At " Monda y n 'S nt meeting, ; ards and other advertisinR or has over all other city depart- tion of the chief administrative. lne Freeport City Council accept- printed material in the public ment heads. : officer fcity manager)," the ma- ed a Texas Highway Commission, right-of-way within the city of An amendment which would yor commented. minute order for an extension of'Kreeport was passed. . Highway 2XS, bids on paving, have required the City Council to! Barrett aiid he had nothin confirm appointment of the chief against the cnief being answerable Si,: „)• was debated, also by a .1-2 vote. '•• to the manager, but after talking sct hld dates on a " othpr P">joet, • thls ordinance j The amendment was first sug-'tu teveral citizens about the mat- and held a public hearing on re- igestod by Councilman Jim May | P r. felt that the people wanted zoning, among other items ofbusi- when discussion of the ordinance u,,, council to have a direct part nr-ss on a lengthy agenda. in filling the office. Apparent low bidders on paving Proponents of Ihe ordinance ar- projects for Avenue H and Avenue the! "So, it becomes imperative that lnp amendment be I wo find ways and moans which B1V(? lhc ( ' n " n ' ; will produce more jobs so that Mwrr ovcr th ~ appoinlmont. He :iur children, as they mature ami aml Councilman Ed Barrett wore datcr. seeking positions on Navigation District Board this ! week, oiling his marine experience aiHl tlosire for port indus- prepare to have families of their outvoted trial dovelo- mont as reasons for seeking election. His application filed with Board Chairman K. L. f.Jarki BiiMuii harbor (jes S o (hat it will not be proposed by Mayor Kara Cooper showed division of thought on the part of the Council. It was C o u n cilman B u d d y Baker, ho'.\evor, who moved thnt adopted to confirmation The fine set up for violation of is to be not lesj than $10 and not more than $200, with each separate day the material remains to be considered a separate offense. City manager Bill Blackwell re- FP Lions Will Hold Carnival On Aug. 17-18 makes a contest <i both positions to IK- voted on Nov. K. Ho will seek Ihe Bra/osport position (Position 2. Navigation Precinct 11 now held by J. T. Suggs. Suggs is seeking re-elec- linn. The other position to be (voted on in file ''posi(i,ii-at-l«,'*-•. held hy \he late Stan Rush. R. S. I Shop i McKeithan and II. K. Pa vise have filed for this post. Victoria is an employee of the is tho land ol opportunity. "Thry shou'd bo given upporluni- necos- .-ary for them to leave Iho Iho future with confidence. area face lialities and, with proper guid- ,'«rKo. they will be developed ,sc* prosperity and opportunity will be assured children. I Freeport Lioas Club are making plans for a v. (VIC) vicroitiA Harbor Hoard Canditinln Sweeny Art's! Juanita Amour Cancer Victim Funeral services for Mrs. Juanitft Amour, ".•<. of Sweeny will tic heltTiixl of work in the Merchant Ma- ond grades respectively. with Councilmen May, own, will IK- made to fool that "oward Brown and Ray Holm- the prosperous Bra?osport area hcr *! aml lhc m «y° r opposing the amendment. On the vote for the original ovd- inanco. giving the manager com- plcte hiring and firing authority, '.lie same four voted for Ihe mo- lion, with Baker voting against _ - and Barrett •ihstaining. which. "Tins area has unlimited poton- un<1|?r m(? t . har , Dri is rccon ied as a negative vote. -Dunns .the lengthy discussion rec , iQn 0 , a sfwral nn ,, lrp| in tna , the council might want to spell out the duties (,f the chief. The matter of changing Ihe position from elective to appointive came out at this time rince tho city :s without a permanent police chief since the death last the F w-ere Mitchell and Shclton Con- P° rl "l to the council that one of the five ton air conditioners at In ? Freeport Community House The four companies that h;ifl broken down. He said that the hid wore told that the council 1 'emai:iini> five ton unit and the would study the bids and notify two seven and a half ton units successful bidder. " uelc n "t sufficient to cool the A minute order from tho Texas Building. m-jlr.-yee who was not satjsfac- Highway Commission was ap- When it was learned that it ton, 1 . ' proved by Die council. This ap-.would take SW to repair the unit Baker brought up the mailer of P''"val binds the City of Freeport 1 and S9.C) to replace it with a new whether tho ordinance was work- '" 1 "' i "' "«-' L ' UI > 1 "f providing right- I'rifdi ich unit, the council agreed able under Iho city charter as now "'•''">' anfi "irb and gutter for on the purchase of Ihe now unit the extension of Highway »S from . Public hearings were set (or tho intersection with Highway 36, Aug. y> on requests to c!o-=e an across the old townsite levee to alley in block 176, behind Wein .•on with FM 1495. providing an garton's Store and for the closine road to the B r a z o s of North 1sth sJiroot i,. — A * gued that the council hired city manager and through him struclion Company at a total lwse ! would have authority ovcr the hid of Sfi2.2S9.07 and Patco at 56-1,chief. Tlioy said they would no! 72.",.7."). ho<.-iiato to toll the inf rvigcr if thov felt the chief should be replaced any more than they would to sug- " le ees f replacement of any other city who was not s.itisfnc- written, citing a section saying that tJie council was to direct the duties of the chief. City Attorney Frank Stevens F.-!icl he felt the charter provision could bo interpretr-ci to mean di. . for us and our prior to the voting. May said ' access road to the B r a z o s of North ISth Street from Avenue Harbor. U to the railroad tracks paving '- '- v •'---- is to Vie (lone by did not fool strongly either way about tho council confirmation of, "A prosperous community is a , he appointment but felt that tho mavor. himself a former city man- Dow Chemical Company. Since ha PP>' immunity," he said. January of JS-'tf he has been with Victoria lives at 53 Wisteria, agcr, had experience to back up tho company'.-. Power Depart- with his wife. Mary, and Ihree his reasoning. mcnl. daughters. Pamela, 16. will be a Mayor Cooper urged adoption of. . Ho has 1-H-on a resident of junior this fall at Braxosport Sen- the ordinance as presented, say- m " mn 0! <-ap J. h. Brazoria County for II years and ior High. Yvette. S. and Monette, ing that he had seen the other ••f Texas for 33 years. ] ~ i will attend A. P. Bcutel Kle- His background includes a per- menlary in the fourth and moth-ids places." "I don't feel that fail to work in TO many I'd want lo Brown, the oni . v P er ' on !o llavp hcld tllc P° st in lhe «'>"' h'-"tor>'. His position was elective but when tho charter was adopted it council could Rice Schemes Admitted By er date of the Freeport. Kitirik, slar of Houston television station, he on hand lo meet event In downtown j Committee to report on results of; Baptist Church at Klippin, Jan FDA survey of thalidomide in-Burial will lx< in the cemetery KTRK-TV, a the United Stales. Ul(>r( , umlpr ,,„. ( | irrcu ,, ns O f the .,, ., .. .. will Kar I or the ,,,, . . FDA had was . reported . « ,„ „, Ark. service post with the Harbors. Channels and Dredging Division of iho Anny Knginoers. At ihe beginning of World War H be left the business he was in and went to work in the Calves- •hildrcn nnd i that thalidomide was distributed get the. annual prince nnd princess; to 1.231 U.S. physicians ami said \ndorson Hospital in -l-m Ship Yards. Then he rejoined contest started at 6:30 p.m. on.that all hut 158 doctors had been a! Inc M - "' ' ^ Aug. 17. ! contacted nnd bad returned or do- " oll * lon r This event, In which youngsters j stroyed the pills, of the area nr« contestants for! After the hearing Senate P.epul the prince and princess opens Ihe carnival. blanks /or contest entrants may!the Judiciary Committee can at-: be obtained at businesses in Free-'lain a compromise on a series of port, Chile and Ijiko Jackson.;amendments proposed by Presi-; For further information, call Karl--dent Kennedy lo tho drug control; soh Fabric Shop in Froeport. ;aot introduced by Son. Kcfauvor. Tlie popular turtle derby will; Uirkson said ho would support Rites Set For Lewis Brown thod by ordinance. titles, lican loader Evoretl M. Dirkson r/ , • ,<„„„( r-~.. c.~ ti«.,,i«., Application!Illinois said in an interview that *™«« h " !'ai"tini:s and n««a,cs' ^'^ at f°; ^" lo ' ^ St ?"; 9"'"' 1 ' lh " e "' - P "' •• several K-al art shows, indud- ">eii was tiansterroel to the Air ^ av vvj|(l , hp R( , v Rohb; 'In Funeral services for Louis ... After the war he went lo San ; grown. SS. ..f O!d Oean. will be Upon giving the matter considera- had pro- Antonio as jieavy equipment in- np |^ fmm thp j- irst ji P ,h 0 rt; st lion, they both came to agree with Wodnos- the mayor, they snid. Tlio proposed ordinance had ars ago. And, prior to that Itnv: Hi acclaim on her work present- in conjunction with the Rose also he'staged ngai:,, will, Lions' and work for passage nf a hil'l to Festival in Tyler while six- and urging that derby tickets bo pur-;lighten regulations over the ills-'her family were making their < t, in.iod early. Iribution of experimental drugs- home in Jacksonville. On Aug. 18, two free bicycles which could have itaniaguig side She was a member of the Fu>! will also l>o given away. effects. Baptist Church and was engaged If. C. Slaughter of the I Jons Democratic legislative loaders in Ihe aclivities of most cif Ilia Club and more rides will In-avail-i said afler their weekly breakfast civic nnd service clubs nf the able this year, nnd onlcrtain-ji-onfcrenoe will, President Kenno-, low•:,. Sho hoadH.1 up tho group ol following a relatively the Merchant Marine for a short brief period alter her illnewi was'lime, agnoscd as cancer. A talented artist, r.ho ,nd mosaics- spot-tor at ^ .hibitsnt Ihe Biawria County "•'"''•'• «''-« power supervisor. In f ,,- ialinc . Bllria | Hil | ^ in ,,,,, .ince coming to Sweeny two lhls ,'' 1 ^ l :"- v ' llp was ln '' lvl1 sen '- Roselawn Cemeterv- at Van Vleck undor tho direct-on of Taylor Rmtliors Funeral Homo. Brown, an employee of the Phil- Pctroleuni Company since died in Ihe Matagorda (ion- sav anv more to the police chief Provided that the about c'arrying out his duties than ™ an s c <*'" «° «" appointi\-e me ,1 would a water superintendent. i etc. . .," Cooper said. : Both Councilmen Brown and HolmherK admitted that when the idea of giving the manager complete authority was first presented they had thought perhaps the oiunoil should retain that right. New Patrolman On U Force A new patrolman has boon added to the Lake Police Department. Jimmy Tunstall, 2S. was a dispatcher for tho Erazovia Tlio tho Highway Corr.mis'sion. May. or C. M. HeJpi:Lstill pointed out that tho city had already obtained right-of-way for tho road and geted would pay for the curb and gutter. During a public hearing on re- boning block 711. Velasco Townsite, as commercial property, tho discussion centered around the type of building and business in- • tended to be used. Tho owners. GALVESTON f API—Guilty propose to erect a modem But-.P'^s wore on'ereii Monday by ler bull dim. constructed of a Rice fanner and a former enamelled steel panels. Agriculture Department employe This would conflict with an. to federal charges involving ilie- ordinance originally intended tOj~ al -"ales of rice prevent Iho use of corrugated iron mc nts. for builrting purposes. But the U.S. Dist. Judge James councilmvi pointed out that this took the pleas from Victor Dzie! new type of building mods the was. .=>:>. O f Victoria, a former standards of the Southern Build-,farmer-fieldman in a 17-eounty er's Code, which the city is con- area for the Agricultural Stabili- sideling adopting. zation and Conservation Service After considerable debate about with headquarters at College Stathi* point. Councilman. R. Lotion, and John Kilough. 4J, a acreage allot- Noel ice in Okinawa. Victoria said ho feels strongly that the Navigation Disliict must t«> Hevolopivl to tho fullest if sliongth is to In- Iniilt in Ihe oo> r-miv of Bn*/oria C'tHinty. K\cr> boon passed out to the Council at County Sheriffs Department fnr MM , k Jr movp<1 to havo , hp city 1 Beaumont crop duster who ow'-ned a special mooting last week so alwut _a yoai before beginning his altornrv ^raw up an ordinance a rice farm in Bra/mi,-, County. the first to it prior 10 now duties. to rozone block 7-U, Velasco Town Before aiming to this crounty, siti , c . onimPr cial. The effort, he said, must be made to obtain a grain elevator, col- tun compress and other facilities at the harlxir. "We must induce more Indus- native r< Corsicana, Tevas. lips 1SM4, eral Hospital in Bay City Monday following a lengthv illness. Ho was a memlvr of Ihe Old Ocean First Baptist Church and a ,,,.,,, .„ , , , -, , lcl 'he area because 'he. Survivors include his wife. Bos- ment for teen-agers is also being uly tixlay, however, that they will '.eon agors viho assisted wilii tho , ((l ., s „,.,, must llo mot hl , ml(m sl(1 0 , o|(j Oi , pan nn(1 onj , d . )Uoh . taken inlo c-onsideralion. ;tako up drug legislation in both Mother's March, and was active ari> mil , d vlc ,„ lno grfa , p |, vs |. |t , r Mre Bpt|v ^.,.1,,^, of ' ^ Tho carnival will l>e held In Ihe the Senate and Die House as soon In Iho community's lund raising e . a ) Kn) wih the Bruzosport area Oc ;pe the> might ctinsider last night's meeting. HolmlxTK 1 i k e n ed the city lie was a deputy sheriff in Crockett government under a manager to County for about six months, and military service in that a "chain is a native of that area, of command" is necessary lor a Tun?la!l and his wife aie niak- smooth working operation. "We ing tlfoir home at 320 Magnolia. Uho council i would have the same control but in a chain ol n command." Holmberg said. : TIQ6 SClieClUle "1 see no reason to single out Their site JA Advisors Meet parking area west ol the Froeporl i as |»wsihle. 1'iwt OKice building. All proceeds j will !«' used in local (harilablci rftV'iec'ls, communily Ix'tlcrnn-nt. | and MipiMtit of the I.loiw Crippled 'si Camp. and one granddaughter. as enjo\ed in a comparatively-'Also, three sisters. Mrs. Hubert Sun Data caused a ]( lior Achievement advisors and Mrs. fiuy Wiwloy, will meet at tho Junior Achieve- ^ Facts SfHirts Kditor KKRCJUSON, in I. u h IKK k this week for the 3fllh annual Texas Ilsh SciHn.4 Clinches' A>«»iM-ia- llnn ('^idling School and tho ball games set for Friday and Saturday nights. . . MILS. H. W. INSAIX ami SI1IU- I.KY, visiting in Hast Texas. . . GAKY nnd 1.AH11Y MODHK, to be on Channel Kl's Ijirry Kane Tiilent Show at ti:;«l p.m. Friday. . w MR. nml MKS. F. M. SHANKS T»H. and the J. 1,, MARIAMS ul Chile, on vacation to Key West, Fl»., and other points . . JAMKS K TKASDAIJi), former yP policeman, lotting friends here know that his job with Mol'ac hai now taken him In I.illlo Rock where he reports the lishing is goo<I. . . And Arnuml 'Hit- ('<jiii,l>: The JOHN McCAINS of WC, off C a Texas vacation with the first p slated at San Antonio, Sets today 7:10 p.m. Hiscs Wedne.'xlay 5:45 a.m. Sols Wednesday 7:09 p.m. {efforts' for tlio pix)tM»sed Cominu Inily Hospital. short time, it has also She is survived by her huskuiil, populalion growth that will be- boil, of Dallas and Mrs. G.11 .!„>•- men! work center in Lake Jackl..\le, and a l.)-yoar-<-Id -sin. iiari- come c«it of proportion In the work key of Port Arthur, and two son for an orientation program jilall. Abu her mother and two sis- available in the area. brothers, Thomas Brown of lion- to kick-off the new >oar for Jim- jiors from her n-ili\e Arkansas "The Dow Chemical Company, slon and Frank Brown of Old ior Achievement i homo. 'alone cannot bo expected to ab-iCX-ean. i Thursday. Today High 10:10 p.m. Low 2:15 p.m. Wednesday High 7:-lti a.m. Low 1:13 a.m. and 3:18 p.m. motion read, co,ir't C 'in"an investigation pjtssea unanimously. covering much of tho rice grow Bid opening was set for Aug. ing area on the Texas coast 30 on a construction to screen D/iewas pleaded guilty to ac- out debris from the pumps at the cepting SS.jflo m bribes" for not Pine Street pump station. The reporting illegal acreage allot structure would be supported by : ment transfers In "Brazoria eight pilings across the intake County to tho Agriculture De- stream and have a catwalk above partmont. Ki|louBh at p.m. on Weathercast the set-eon so that it could be; cleaned. m s his federal rice acreage allot Mayor Helpinstill commented :„ , that he had visited the Finc: tllon Street pump station since com- jhinwclf or , hjs iplen'on and said that >t seemed to, - nip orimin . ( , ;be a "very fine laslallatwn. The, l>oth i n , p;i , a[rtl n o,m,K-ii approved a motion to au-,,,,,,,,, „,,„ ^ ^ t.ciisc mo final payment of $7,01a.- 1 BrMotia Coun , offk . p 7-1 to the Bundick Construction I for the Ascs D , icwas Citv ^ho 'armor anrt ments " m was ^ APPLAUSE A SUBSTITUTE .Compmy for work done at the sta-ipennVd Ju]y ]3 Sim ji al . ly impli . Generally fair and continued; tion. ,ca(ed was the iate Carl Lively hot through Wednesday. Low to-j An oiijinance prohibiting the former ASCS office manager in night 77, high Wednesday 9S. [placing of "signs, pasters, plac- Sally Rand: We're All Rejected People ! Sally Kami, who said her Ian dance career was p»n of a n.i- .lion breaking Ihe shackles n| Vio- ilorianism, oulbnni <ur Hra/.oria 'County lawyers Monday the special legal pitfalls of show husi- 1 ni-hS. Anil KHVI- linn, an ULsigbl, IX the same time, into the unique 'character of Ihe people nf tho enlertainmciit world. ll was tho annual l.uihc.s' Night lUDgiani i>| the Hriuoita C'ounty : ll«r Association, held al the Tarpon Inn Motel restaurant near lAngleton. Kenneth Ring, president of the Bar Association, was nias- ; ter of ceroiuonies. '• The ageless Miss .Hand showed at . r )S Ihe same lithe boauly and sparkling pfrsonalily ol Ihe da>s when her spoci ihly stiiillod puri- t,ins. Her talk \\a,s a curious mix line cit the theater liic.iiu world iand ituwi, ti)-eaiih camlnr. ' She oxplauitHi Ihe dicam world: I "Niine of us ba\e n'al talent. • \\ c went into tho thealu 1 N-cause we won- emiiliuiuilly dis- lurlKil. \\'o uscil applause as a substitute lor the waiiulb and affection wo lacked olM'whoiT. "II wo Mloeecd, it U usually by accident. All uf us an- icject- ed people. We are iu»t coniplde- ly , "We don't always tell tlie Irutli, as jou see the truth; but often Us lho ii-uib us we see it, "But if we can give you cue moment of beauty and charm, of oniertuiiimeiil and pleasure, we have discbaigcii mir obligalinn." Her own career cniifiirnu-ii to (his picture. As « i Inlet she con- >:it"-i-od hciMlt unattraclicc. She id^li^ctl hei Uithe;-, v\ho \vas a West Point graduate anl oxlifiue- |ly hanilMinie. He went overseis in Wnrlil War 1 ami ilidn'l come Iwok. Ho wasn't killed. He just found Minioone he liked in Paris and didn't come Iwck. She still hasn't ctunplotoly re- ii)\'ci-o<l from this, she s^iitl. And in (he early period ul hearl- bioak, she saw Pa\U)\a ilance. Sin- was slagostnick, anil slill is, .she Miiil. 'Hie miliuii was growing out i4 what she believed lo be the mosl lUvadcm »I all eras, Ihe Victor- Kin agd. IUHUIHULSIH-SS, A few like Phillip Wylie were daring to puncture old symlxils. It was a linii! uf change. Teenagers were brave ami brash, but; had linle. lo hang onto or believe in. It was the depression era in Chicago, a play had [oldcd, anil llollywfxxi training lliai taught (hat leg ail was gixxi publicity induced her ID Ihink that more ic-url was so wiiuld be boner publicity. °' l ' 0 '"S Thai was Ihe lirs< brush with the law. A oily administration, pn>les$ionaly capable She had viewpoints of her own alHHil coun sia:uiards. As an ..cor of Ihe court, a lawyer seeking a distinction for an ex- should maintain an atmosphere of pose of i-vU'ruption the newspapers dignity as well as of competency, wore atxMil to reveal, pounced ll was with dismay, she siiid (hat on her show. She was arrested frequently she sees lawyers with 'four limes in the first day of wrinkled, untidy, unkopt cloihing "cleaning up our oily for visi- approach the bar of justice with liirs." casual disregard for the dignity The trial was a travesty, with.of Ihe court. Corporation Court rigged with She enjoys, she said, stepping "professional witnesses" for the over the threshold of her own city. The later appelale court re-;make believe world into that of versa! of the city court conviction.; tho "solid citizens" of ihe Lions, along with an admonishment to Kiwanians. Rolarians and oilier court officials, laugh! her two civic groups, things: With these down-to-earth people, —That entertainers were the,she said, she came to understand frequent scapegoats for diversion--citizenship in action. If she lislen- ary reform movements. iil lo them long enough, she —That in ihe fiuuie every per- said, she might regain an appre- E.Yl'hKIAINhK IKl.IJi OK THKAI1-.IC lit. &m who was lo represent her In i nation of reality. Keiutclh Hiuj;, Ciuiuly Bar t'resideiil; U.IIA, > Dancer Sally Matagorda County who died June 3. A five-count Information accuses Dziewas of taking bribes ranging from $1,000 to $5.500 from .Stephens, one of his em- jployes, on five dates between [March 16, 1959, and May 19, 1%2. Killough is accused of taking $1,SOQ as his share of payments made by the Bay City fanner (or Killough's acreage allotments. The information alleges Stephens [Rot the rest of the $10,t«0 paid i for the allotments over a four- 'year period. The government charges Stephens first approached Killoiigh at Angleton on Jan. 1, 1959, with a M'heme lo sell Kiilough's 146- acre lice allotment. This allotment was *ild that inonth and each succeeding Ja:i- IIUUT to the same Bay City [farmer. Federal proxVLHors in- .'dicated liie B,iy Cny farmer holiex'tnl the ak-ienge transters to jho legitimaic. Judge N'ori pLi.o-i i»th men under [k-i>irti 1 0( c^ni/ance Ix-nds .-! $_-,uuj and delayed

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