The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 18, 1954 · Page 3
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 3

Baytown, Texas
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Monday, January 18, 1954
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THE BAYTOWN SUN, MONDAY, JANUARY' II, 1954 J-' Battle For Control Of Senate Begins Soon Illinois And New. Jersey Primaries Are In Spring announced as candidates for the seat of incumbent -Democrat Paul H. Douglas. There may be more by the Jan. 25 filing deadline. ' expected to escape WASHINGTON, Jan. 18 —TiP— The first round, of .3 fierce battle for control of the Senate a year Irom now gets underway this spring with nominating' primaries in Illinois' and New Jersey. Voting-in these states — Illinois April 13- : and;New Jersey April 20 jiu«.* ^. u^.-..—«, -•-•- --- . v . u in, < rt —starts the weeding out process ocratic presidential.:nominee; has Norris Cotton also wouJd liKe 10 to determine candidates for the No- ruled himself out of the senatorial run. Veteran S§n, Styles Bridges ex- picture pects no trouble on renomination In New Jersey, Republican Sen. for another six-year term. Roberta Hendrickson.'is ,a .can- Th e presidential aspirations of didate for re-election. But he might .Sen. Este s Ke,fauver, .a. 19a2 hope- encountei- .some" primary .opposi- ful, are:tied up with the Tennessee The race would be for the two bower in .the 1952 ^election Gov Al- yearf remitting in the term of the Ian Shivers, who supported Mr. EL late Sen. Charles W. Tobey. The ' --'—-' icue oci.. v-ua^a ... „— f .. ~..- senhpwer; is'mentioned as a pos- iob is held now by Robert W. Up- sible primary opponent for.Senate ton serving under appointment. He r>=™«,«.ati,.. T.pndm-. Lvndon B. Democratic .Leader. vember election. .It continues in states from • Maine to' California through September. put of 35 Senate seats to be filled this year, Delaware i$ the . only state to pick its nominees in party tion. There are a number of po- primary Aug. 5. Defeat in Ms home convention instead of'the open pri-tential, candidates. . . state would blast the Senate crime marv method. ' • California's primary June 8 may Investigator's future presidential • The present close division in the prove interesting nationally — for .hopes. Gov. Senate — 48 Democrats, 47 Repub- signs of a splH.between the forces looms as a . - the Senator s .bid forrenomination. licans and one independent—pres- of Vice President,Richard M. Nix- ages one of the , hardest-fought on and Senate Republican .Leader campaigns in modern history. William F. Knowland. Democrats Since control of the Senate for will try to close. ranks behind a the next. two years rides on ,the single candidate for .the seat now ultimate outcome, Democratic and held by Republican Sen. Thomas . . Republican leaders look to their H. Kuchel, serving under appoint- years. If. Barkley, now 76, doesn t primaries to produce the strongest • ment since • Nixon became vice run, the Democrats may pick uov. vote - pulling- candidates .they can President. ;:.!.' muster. Many interesting races are ' An interesting three-way- battle' in the.making.. ' , among.Republicans are shaping up ; The'Illinois kick-off primary, for for the Sept 14 primary in- New example, promises a free-for - all. Hampshire, which elects two sen- Seven •. Republicans .already have ators thi s year. Kehtuckyis Aug. 7 primary determines whether former: Vice President Alben W. Barkley will make a bid to come back to the Senate where he' served for 22 , Lawrence. W. Wetherby 16 seek the seat now held by Republican Sen. John Sherman Cooper. .... Texas' primary July 24 offers a chance to test the effect of Democratic bolts to President Eisen- may escape serious.;pnrtiary opposition during the summer but run into rough races in the November election. . -: : ;'-'-. "' : , . Party leaders, expect a hot contest in Ohio for the remaining two years in the term 'of the. late Sen- Robert A. • Taft. Democrat Thomas A. .Burke, nowv serving under appointment, and Republican Rep. George A. Bender,,...- a consistent Taft supporter, ar e the likely contestants. Both already have announced as candidates.. Other lively November races, assuming no primary upsets, may include: ,'"" . • Michigan — Democratic Gov. G. Mennen Williams challenging for the seat of incumbent Republican Sen. Homer Ferguson. ,..-. Montana — Republican Rep. Wesley A. D'Ewart making'_ a bid against veteran Democratic Sen. James E. Murray. Waterfowl Count In Texas Is Up AUSTIN, Jan. 18—UP~- Texas', waterfowl population is apparently on the upswing, a wildlife expert reported Monday. W. C. Glazener, director of wild; life restoration for the Texas Game. i and Fish Commission, said an an' nual aerial count showed 3,218,000 I migratory birds, compared with 1,888,000 of all species at the same time last year. . , Of the total tallied this year 2,988,700 were ducks, he said. Despite the increase in the number of birds, most spokesmen found hunting mediocre- at best. Wildlife biologist J. R. 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