The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on May 22, 1952 · Page 9
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Features', omon L//ces [er ngeons .ooked! ,^-p, __ police today p](j f . r |y woman whp her pigeon^ cooked. Ders on Do-mmon Square re- the fas:-\^rking woman . es tv.o or throe meals a ' by luring pigeons to her t'u'ir necks and U"th«m into uaoer sacks. A ,Is—Dial 8304 Thursday,- May 22, 1952 PAGE NINE «<»syi /*»-_&* 3^5Ss3& an By LYLE C. WILSON £ WASHINGTON —4fv- A whispering campaign which never dies, an undercover operation which never rests, is directed at booting Director J, Edgar Hoover out of the FBI. The ordinary run of yeggs and hoodlums probably would be in favor of existing Hoover. He makes things tough for them. But they have nothing to do with the campaign to get him, out of office and to cut-the FBI down to the size Iff X With the Pefect Collar for Dress or Sport Prints or Solids in Seersuckers Washable Silks Summer Sheers - ' Sizes 4 to 12 :* Reg. Value *? 1.69 and $1.98.... 19 J t\ RACK OF SPRING AND SUMMER DRESSES-REDUCED FOR CLEARANCE Sizes 1 Through Pr«-Te>n BOYS' TWILL SUITS Collection—Sizes l-l. " ALSO SEE THE TABLE OF REDUCED ITEMS Induces such bargains as terry cloth shorts, seersucker, ch rob* 5 ?, and summer blouses in broken sfzes. and scope of operation desired by its real enemies. These enemies are Communists, fellow travelers, and deluded left wingers. Communists and fellow travelers want Hoover bounced be- t-anse he interferes with their subversive activities, plants spies m their treason cells, and enables the government from time to time to send them to jail. So the Communist party line is that J. Ed«ar Hoover and the FBI are the enemies of civil liberties in the y nited - Stales. Not only Communists peddle this story, ft is told in strange places. Once in a while the comrades think they have Hoover on the run and one of their front organizations comes up with a public campaign to oust him. The National Lawyers Guild is subject to such seizures. The National Lawyer* Guild is described by the House Un-American Activities committee as ';just one more highly deceptive Communist-operated front organization, primarily intended to serve the' interests of the "Communist party in the United States." Not'much has been heard of the oust-Hoover movement of late. A great many Americans'-are enlisted for .the duration- in a solid effort to bat that movement down anytime, anywhere. All hands, then, would be interested in a booklet just reprinted .from the Iowa Law Review, Iowa City, la. It is "Civil Liberties And Law Enforcements: The Role Of The FBI." The author: J. Edgar Hoover. "Here is America's great problem today," Hoover wrote, "to maintain the basic civil'.liberties, of the individual, which are the foundation stones of free government, yet, at the same time, to protect the security &i the nation." In 20 pages Hoover states his philosophy of liberty, the law, and the enforcement thereof. The booklet is recommended reading for everybody—especially those innocents who have listened to the phony wails of the Communist party line. "For the Finest m Infant and Children's Wear" &7 W.TEXAS 1 DIAL 2341 !*» f «/* IS 5l£ YORK— <U.R) — The American Cancer. Society today/disclosed 'the development of a new type blood test that may be used to determine whether a person is becoming ill or is in perfect health. • r-, The r> ™ c ^ ique ' deve! °P e d fa y rS iesefc and M - L - Ran- 'Skirts' issue Ottoman In Trousers HOUSTON —. <U!>) — Judge John Snell Jr. today .had skirted the issue on whether a woman has the right to wea*t a "man's clothing. Before' him was attprney William Goldapp'representing Peggy Jo -Maples. Mrs,- Maples was picked up April 8, charged with wearing a man's clothing downtown and fined $25. . . Appealed to county court, the case was tossed out by Judge S * admitth ^ WASHINGTON ernment today ha4 relaxed price controls on "copper products-", to overcome a shortage of coppe'r'im- ports, v " -"-, , f ^ ; . ' The step was taken to Jet jnanu- facturers of copper products, buy imports at higher world prices. » has been.^caused no proof Trtra. Ma- ment to sell'80 percent of its cut- as. a pies was either a man or woman, put to the .United States at 27% tnere said » eve ri if 1s he's_a woman I'll cents a pound. This ^country Jde- no precedent by saying a worn- pends on Chilean copper/ £or about 30 per cent of its ' so may be used test to determine are hidden cancers in the body. - The ,research, which has 'been „„ „„.,,, , going on for some years, was fi- an c *n t wear trousers.' nanced by a grant from the American Cancer Society. ' The technique uses the principles of simultaneous electrophoresis and centrifugation. It separates the . blood into many fractions. Human blood from abut 100 pa- tienLs has been used in the experiments so'far. The society said' that samples of blood are spun at great speed in a centrifuge. That is a machine that whirls particles around end around, similar to the movement of a merry-go-round. At the same time, it was ex,_the various kinds of pro- ACCUSED OF SLAYING her 4-monUi-oW son .with a 30-30 rifle, Mrs. Carmel Ann Baer collapses in hysteria at a coroner's hearing in. tx^s tcins in the blood are separtpd AJigeles. She said, "I don't care to defend- myself." (International) by electrophones. This is done by passing a tiny electric current ~ ~" : - through the blood. Some of the particles are negatively .charged,others positive. The current causes j the particls to go in different directions. Thus, they can be identified. The society' said that the tests - so far indicate the technique may HONG KONG Davis of Lubbock, Tex., the lead- ^ r • ^ -Maj. Geojrge NUERXBERG. Germany -(IT.!!)-- show blood differences in sick'and U.-S. Army authorities today had healthy people — differences that fng American jet act, missing since Bopped murder charges against never before have been' observed, i t -^ v. % rt *- j u . one of throe soldi ers in the slay- There mav be different patterns last Feb. 10. was reported shot ing of t xvo,German civilians. ' of differences, indicating what Pvt. Robert T % Mierzwik, 20, of ty P e °^ disease may.be in a per- Belton, Tex., had been charged son - Ifc is Possible that even can- with participating m the crime fay cer can be Detected before there helping to steal" the murder sveap- ar ^ obvious signs of the disease, on He was not present at the slay- fl Th< ;, S . OC1 ^- V ** l & thafc ^ "Possible • iner ' ' , flaws m the technique now are The general court martial of Pvt. ^"S sought. Joha S Vi^neault : 19 ' of Goffs * Allowances for slight'rises In ;: -n n -NT -vr e '* i ' ™j ^ r - temperature of samples of blood ' Falls, N. Y for murder and theft being £pun and treated, electro- J of a car belonging to one of the phoretically must be taken into ac- ! down and killed over North Korea by a Chinese pilot, a leftist Hong Kong paper has reported'. The nexvspaper. Takunpao said the Chinese pilot was flying a MiG-15 when he shot down Major Davis. Mrs. Daviss later claimed he was kept overseas against his wishes.' The paper reported Davis was JUDGE GETS STUCK MEMPHIS, Tenn. — <l?.E)— Judge John D. Mariin of the U.S. Court of Appeals paid a $21 fine here for running a red light. "It is rather a novel expenience to be on the other side of the bar of justice," the judge said: *i ",^ - * killed when his flaming F-86 Sa- Germans went into its seventh day count," the society said. ' : The sci- ' brejet crashed into a North Ko- here. rean hillside. Davis was official- Authorities announced that entists' checks on this factor have -- resulted iri, indications that rising ly listed by the Far East Air neault's alleged companion in the temperature concurrently-increas- Forces as "Missing in Action." murdex, PvL .'Richard . A.. Hagel- es mobility;arid viscosity;-and this Takunpao said Chinese Chang Chihm was crowned hero" for his .-victory TWO ROILS FOR SUMFAST—WATERFAST TWO ROLLS FOR SliNFAST—WATERFAST TWO ROLLS FOR SUKFWT— WATERFAST YOU SAVE HALF' THE USUAL PRICE! < Bring Your Room Measurements .• J Use Your Credit at Cook's 512 W. Texas Dial 5085 5ELF- SERViCE IS THE MODE CM WAV YOU SERVE- YOURSELF- HOWEVER,WE \A/ILL ALWAYS* HELP YOU CHEERFULLY tOCM TRADEMARKS, BBY'S CANS .CAN III ice- .ROLL HUNT'S . VAN CAMP'S FRESH CUT-RITE .CAN .CAN .DOZ .PKG. RATH'S ROLL ARMOUR STAR TRAY PACKED. DiXON'S .LB. LB. .LB. FRESH GROUND WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES L* AT HUMBLE SERVrCE STA. iALS FOR THURS, FR! 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