The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on May 20, 1952 · Page 3
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* SHARPS Wagea " d the petro- whether the indus- X f° r price increases the l5-cent£ an hour wage Ksed for striking refm- *r or take it lying down. he Independent: Pe- XUtlon of America ww<* is u ' asing ! VT ..ain't prictf controls, jn- oons were keeping silent Officials thought they Liting to see whether the • hi le would have to be spread ;Sout the 2 million-man m- Xhifi was hinted when some plant unions not affiluit- i the ^ 00 ° slrikers indlcat> L would likf to climbiaboard bandwagon. the Office of Price allon was "^img tight ste it has adamantly refused relief on grounds the indus- amags are still so high, axes. that it can easily nb- jocrer production costs. 'o?S official hinied to the p re ss that that will con- be the case. He said that no official study of the ef- >f the propo?od wage increase eeii rnade, it can be assumed the Industry ran not. possibly for price relief." _ JDr. Wm. Gottleib Registered f CHIROPODIST FOOT SPECIALIST 4 S. Main—Houston IN BAYTOWN 3rd WEDNESDAY * : OF EACH MONTH Xexl Visit WED,, MAY 21 « at the Dei Mont Hotel HOURS 9 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. . This official said he based his statement on industry earnings, after taxes, for the base earnings period 1946-1949, under which price relief is either granted or denied. It seemed certain that>when, and if, the issue is joined, the battle will spill over into Congress. Oil •state legislators . 'already have moved to obtain relief for the industry in the impending renewal of the Defense Production Act. They are proposing special exemptions — in lieu of removal of price controls—under which standards would be set up to force OPS to grant concessions it now refuses an industry official said that unless these go through, producers will have a, good case for price relief. In addition to higher labor costs, he said, other costs have gone up from 40 to 75 per cent and are retarding-exploration and development of;new fields. The TPAA, which represents 13.000 independent producers, again carried its price case to Congress this week. General counsel 1 Russelr B. Brown testified before the House Banking committee which, with its Senate counterpart, is considering the DPA extension 1 . Urown charged bluntly that the OPS was deliberately defeating the intent of Congress when it passed the present defense production law. He again pointed out that crude oil prices have been almost static since 1947 and challenged OPS to show where it got legal authority to establish the present controls. "Thus far the 'industry has not asked for relief under the Capehart Amendment which allows business to increase prices to cover Korean war cost hikes. Robber Takes Woman's Dare And Gets Licked DES MOINES, Ia.-~(i;.R)-Mary E. Anderson, 23. dared a purse- snatcher to "come back and fight, you coward." He accepted the challenge. In the scuffle she knocked him down. Two witnesses, held him until police arived. "I had just rVceivru my pay," Miss Anderson told police, "and I couldn't let him get away with ;my money." Barclay On Brid_ge_ A Central Press Feature SHORTER SUIT BETTER IF THE opponents have bid strongly in the two minors and wind up in a No Trump contract, you naturally expect . to attack the contract in the majors. Which major suit will you open? Your longer or your shorter suit? If your hand has a bit of high card strength, which may furnish reentry to it in case you get something established in it, then your longer suit is usually the ^better lead. But, if your hand is weak, so that the defense will probably devolve mainly upon your partner, then the shorter major promises better results, since it is more likely to be your partner's suit. THE BAYTOWN «SUN, JUESDAY,;MAY'2b»'I952,?-i PAGE 3 SPECIAL DUi COOK'S SPRING * DEEP-TONED SCRUBBABLE NOW /N TWO BEAUTIFUL SHEENS > SHADOTONE FLAT. ENAMEb Most Colors REGULARLY $145' $131 Quart IDENTICAL COLORS IN EITHER SHEEN SHADOTONE SATIN ENAMEL Mosf Colors REGULARLY $]65 Use Your Credjf of Cook's 512 W. TEXAS DIAL 5085 , Quart IN JAIL ON P RY CHARGES, ABAD CHECKS SHORT LttE w . 0\SPW V-A54 AKQ976 K j 10 G A52 Q832 None Q J 10 9 7 6 , (Dealer: North. vulnerable.) North-South North South 2 A 3 NT 5^ 64. West Pass Pass Pass Pass .East 1 $ Pass 3> Pass 4 NT Pass 5 NT Pass 6 NT West could see that he most lead one of the major suits since the opponents had bid both minors. But' he made a most unfortunate. as \veli as unsound, choice when he picked the longer spades Jn preference to the shorter hearts. His 6 %vas covered by the J, Q and A. South saw at once that he required a number of club tricks to make the contract, so he then sent the club Q through to the K. It made -no difference what East returned. South had more trick-takers than he required. The sound lead for West here would have been a heart, since the defeat of the contract depended entirely on his partner's hand and not on his own. His side was sure to hold at least eight cards in each major, with the opponents not bidding: either. So there was an appreciably greater chance of East having something in hearts than in spades, since East was marked for more cards in that suit. If West had done that kind of straightaway thinking and had led his heart 9, East would have established a heart trick at the very outset, and would have stood ready to cash it as soon as he scored with the club K. • * * Tomorrow's Problem f J7 I 105 4-10053 N W E S 4Q109 V 9S4 >QJ8 4.2 812 • A76 * A Q J 6 5 . (Dealer: West. Neither s i d t .vulnerable.). If West overcaJls S o u t h's I- Club with 1-Heart, what is North's best bid? Polish Tailor Leaves Prayer To Counfry LOS ANGELES— HIE)— Polish-born tailor Meer Rosenthal had little in worldly goods when he died, but he left his adopted country a prayer. Rosenthal. 76, : left his '$576.52 bank balance to Los Angeles general hospital, where he died last March 14J He bequeathed the United States a prayer "to save our dear U.S.A. from our vicious enemies, the Communists. God bless America." City Judge Spofs Dog One Bife BERKELEY. Calif. — ttLPJ— ilrs. Harriet Allison brought : a S25 damage suit against her neighbor, Mrs. Vertis Clinton. She charged Mrs, Clinton's dog r Patsy, bit her dog r Queenie. Municipal Judge Redmond Staats dismissed the case. "Any dog should be entitled to bite another dog at least once," Staats ruled. * 1 BIDDERS? CUMBERLAND. R. I. — Donations for the annual • Lions Club auction here July 19 included one from Dr. Edwardj R. Thompson of. Pawtucket—a tonsilectomy. 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Choose sand or natural finish with solid color of fancy band. Boys' Cotton Shirt and Short Sets The shirt, no-iron printed pliese. The shorts, San- forizedf poplin borfers in a matching solid." 3-8. Pyroxylin coated simulated .leather covering, top stitched leather handle to match. Neat, solid brass lock, full mirror in lid. Ideei for short "trips, 'graduation gifts—Red, Green, Bfae, Brown. SIMULATED LEATHER TRAIN CASES With Mirror and Tray $2.98, plus tax. Plus Tax Yesr brant! new shipments arriving every day. Fresh from the manufacturer 'and in the very latest styles. For the summer days ahead you just, can't beat a Tissue Gingham or a Tissue Chambray, and Penney's has lots for you to choose from. Junior sizes: 9-15. Misses sizes: 10-20. Half sizes: 14I/ 2 -24f/2- Girls' Swim Suits One piece shiny lastex maillot in sunshine - colors. > Shirred front, pretty ruffled top. Sizes 8-14. Girls' Play Shorts Lois of 'colors — in Sanforizedf, cotton- denim _or sturdy twill. 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