The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 12, 1954 · Page 3
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Our Best Allies TURKS WANT TO GET BETTER ACQUAINTED WITH AMERICA By PHIL NEWSOM United Press Foreign Analyst The Turks aren't satisfied merely to be among the most enthusiastic of the United States' allies They ."also think everyone should get better acquainted. So, later this month, Turkish President Celal Bayar will be arriving in New York for the first Visit of a Turkish chief of state to the United States. His advance man who already is here is Dr. Halim Alyot, director- feneral of Turkey's department of information. Alyot is a heavyset, relaxed man with a dark comolex- ion and iron-gray hair. When he talks, it-frequently is with a Turkish cigaret stuck in the corner of his mouth. The smoke makes him squint through heavy horn.:rimmed glasses. He talks with remarkable frankness, only occasionally warning that some particular item is 'off the record," The Turks do, and through geographical necessity must, continue to live next to the Russians. Most exciting new car of all! lew54 DODGE New en Display •M • b*n*r 4*«! from yow ctoprndoM* Dmffl* dwttor They feel they know the Russian^ well. The questions and Alyot's answers about Russia ran like this- What about the Russian peace offensive?: "At', the moment the Russians are in the midst of. an internal crisis. It may be that the new regime in the Kremlin needs time to establish itself at home. "But—Russian objectives'/do not change. We have lived next to them for hundreds of years. Their foreign • policies are the same how under the Communists as they were under, the Czars." Can we ; gain anything by negotiating with them?, "We should never lose any opportunity for peaceful negotiation —no matter what the reason may be for a change in the Russian attitude." What about Russian attempts to renew close ties with the Yugoslavs? This. one. the Turkish information, chief answered cautiously with the: reminder that he neither makes nor speaks for Turkish foreign policy. .The gist,,however, was that the accords reached by .Turkey. Greece an<j Yugoslavia have materially strengthened Mediterranean defen- 'ses. The Turks do not believe that Communist Yugoslavia and: Communist Russia; ever again will renew their former close ties. " New Guinea and Borneo each Is slightly'larger than Texas. This Editor Is Jack Of All Trades HENRYETTA, Okla., Jan * 12— UP—J. Leland Gourley, editor and publisher of the Henryetta Daily Free-Lance, Monday'displayed his Sunday edition to anyone who doubts that "you have to be a jack of all trades" to out out a small town daily newspaper. Sunday's edition of the Free,Lance .included: On page 1: A personal .column, "Leland Gourley Says.'-' On page'3: 'Political Notes," by Leland Gourley, Free-Lance political writer. On pag e 4: A column. "Field and Stream," bv Leland Gourley. Free-Lance outdoors expert. In the society > section; "The Bridge Dummy," by Leland Gourley. Free-Lance bridge writer. And on the editorial'cage; Edi torials initialed "By JLG.". "In my spare time," Gourley reported Monday, "I sold an ad to the bank, sold an overseas mail subscription and turned iu a'n order for 1,000 letter heads. " "Next week, I'm. starting a ne\\ column called 'World Affairs.' " Amnesia Victim , LISBON, Portugal (IR-^Manuel Henriques, 30, was cleaned of charges of murdering his wife when she was found alive but suffering from loss of memory, in a Lisbon hospital. Henriquee had been arrested in bis country v home and imprisoned for more than a month on suspicion of murder after his wife had wandered .off and 1 he was unable to account for her whereabouts. Dry Spell May Slash California's Income By THOMAS MCCARTHY you've really got something." SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 12 —UP Baxter said.these /actors played THE"BAYTOWN'SUN.TTUESDAYj JANUARY —One of the longest dry spells in California history Monday threat ened to slash the state's $2.5 billion farm income and turn millions of acres of national forestland into a year-round- fire hazard. Anxious farmers and foresters scanned rainless sKles as the drouth raised a threat to rangeland and water supplies.as well as crops and tall timber. But weatner forecasters said rain throughout the state; would be 'light" through January. The. U.S. Weather Bureau said last year was the driest on record in the • hard-hit Los Angeles area and thp rainless early day.; of 1954 were "unprecedented" there. The San Francisco area faces the driest season since 1918, forecasters say. and among the driest sine? 1849. The drouth is not serious as yet, according to state agricultural authorities, but will be within a matter of weeks unless rain lalls. Tbp- soils, subsoils and pasturelands are parched; oranges and lemons wheat, barley and oats already have suffered. The situation i s most serious in Southern California. The smallest December rainfall in 104 years was recorded in San Diego. Only .03 inches fell there last month and .08 in Los Angeles. "When you take those figures," said regional fire dispatcher E.L. Baxter, "add a dry summer, no fall rain and the normal December "devil" winds flowing over the > stures, orchards and forests the Majave desert, then pas fror a, great part in last month's 14,080- acre fire in the Mt. Wilson area which resulted in a $6 million loss in timber, homes and watershed George Scott, chief of'the state crop and livestock service, said "we haven't yet reached the point to become too alarmed, but we are seriously concerned. If we don't get rain, production will be reduced and in some parts' of the state water will ,be critical. "Southern California trees, particularly citrus and walnut, are either in want of water or being irrigated," Scott'said. "Tho drouth may cause the fruit to size UD-small. The grain is not seriously injured yet, but could use water." Breathing Machine With Brain Tested PROVIDENCE, R. I. Jan. 12 (W —A breathing machine with a built-in electronic brain is the invention of two Rhode Island doctor-brothers.' The device Is believed to more nearly duplicate natural breathing than any other artificial respirator. Drs. Meyer and Elihu Saklad of Rhode Island* Hospital said their machine has been used successfully on more than a score of patients during the past year and a half. However, they believe it should be subjected to further tests before it» true value can be determined. Thief Sends Loot Back With Apology ITHACA; N. Y., Jan l2-UP-A f conscience-stricken youngster has 1 returned to the Ithaca College dean of women, B. ( Gretchen. Taylor, a freshman cap,grabbed from ;the head 1 of a girl student. •With.the package was an unsigned note that' said: "Not realizing that the loss of .the.blue hats , would cost the students to replace them, I would like to return the one I-took." ' ' Mrs. Taylor appealed to high school students to quit snatching the beanies after 12 freshman girls reported them taken. Piper Caincrfts Awiy Try Son CUsulfied Ads—Dial 8302 f- MEW YORK, era the .size. of a calling card }* the latest item developed for manufacturers to use as ' premium* to spur sales In-195*1' ' >. The cardboard earner* cost* }u«t eight cents, takes 3. picture on verl- chrome film and can "be -re-used If the owner wants to, go to the trouble to have It reloaded. '". , i ," ^I^MMI^^^^M MAYTAG SERVICE EXPERT PROMPT • REASONABLE WHITCOMB'S Ph. 6285 10,OOO,OOO HOMEMAKERS SAY ELECT COOKING is MORE CONVENIENT TOO! MAKE THE WHITE HANDKERCHIEF TEST: Yotf can prove the cleanliness of electric cooking for yourself — a handkerchief rubbed across a cooking unit stays sparkling clean. Electric cooking is clean — clean as electric light Walls, ceilings, curtains and drapes stay clean ever so much longer . . . pots and pans stay shiny and bright, without scrubbing. Electric cooking is fast, too. High speed surface units glow almost instantly, with accurately measured heat. Automatic time and temperature controls assure perfect •results. Foods taste better, retain their original flavor and nutritive value. Meats and vegetables virtually cook in their own juices, with less shrinkage. Remember . . . only electric cooking offers all these advantages ... see your electric appliance dealer today. 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