The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on June 3, 1952 · Page 15
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 15

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Tuesday, June 3, 1952
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f •re/n/'er P/noy Gives Signal For Showdown Communists have tol on the seat beside him a bloody nose jind Then'-the co-ordinated raid, on the battle hope a few more the .headquarters stnke The last big Abilene Seethes With Excitement At Ike s Return through s. in^ s in the move ABILENE. Kans., June 3 (IP*— was the "general" strike of Feb. This colorf ul little. Kansas town 12, and it was-a dismal France, the Reds have follow- th n [*e Fren ^Jfy Tt was awaiting, the security of France' of the tary seals and the ^ 0 ^_^ ... wtvi wwi , a ollu •, Gen. Mat- ment for making false documents, reporV"thaT they and to have giv- and finally the tons of material the civil aviation i- which may prove a *nce. However, they have right-wing By the raids, the Pinay gov- attempts to lure the , U1W has sig- ernment hopes to uncover the hid- a "popular front" and their "cam- ready for the show- den Reds who have been able to P a >gn to prevent the unloading of tip off the Kremlin to France's American military supplies at the . Eisenhower, who * a manner of speaking became ?*£,? ^^r^"' r .?^ to Abilene Wednesday. He will find the >f the usual s all in his honor, of red, white and blue have been strung up. Hot secrets. ports of Cherbourg, IjoTdeauT a"nd Sfi^Jf^^L^T!?!^^ " hopes also to remove the la Pallic e failed long ago. fr "~ " """ ~ " " _ its strongest gov- threat of internal upheaval which Pinay's timing in his war against the end of the war. only about 500,000 Reds have been ^6 Reds looks perfect, but it is mmunist party boss able to hold over the heads of 42 unlikely at this time that he will who has been de- million other Frenchmen. attempt to get the party outlaw« frTmost powerful Red The French Reds, once comtjris- f d - Ctace he has them on the run, -„„,,„._ - „,„ -* MMhmo f -i- Russia and his security ing the most powerful Communist h « doesn't want to give them a comm S a maze of telephone, te.e- '• down on party party outside the Soviet union, will chance to work up public sympa- infectious grins they radiate to have put everyone in car- spirit. f 90-year-old town is fast be- France to not .give up without a fight. t secret party docu- But it long has been apparent ' their strength in France is on the thy. ctek and da£ger from that, t ,*P* . i • . , , t. , Artifiaa! Light Aids . S . 4 ( j, e swi ft arrest of the party and French workers have shown IP -«by Leonard Sansome McAVEN 'IS FULL OF ANS5LS, WOULDN'T YOl)9AYf LOS ANGELES radio and television lines, strung up for newsmen- covering the second big "return" of an American hero from the cold wars. Abilene" s eight-man police force added.some muscle—300 special officers—to help handle the throng gathering to .see the general. Lawns have been made into park- (IJ.E) — Aster ing lots. "Ike-liking" souvenir plants have been made to bloom hucksters nreoared for thumping three months early at the Univer- business. sity of California at Los Angeles - ilrs> Eisenhower's boy, Dwight, wKa larger than normal flowers who used to peddle vegetables ana ,e=s loss from disease. grown on the wrong side of the Dr. Anton M. Kofranek, UCLA Union Pacific railroad tracks, • is instructor in floriculture, has to make his first campaign speech demonstrated that China, asters, for the Republican " presidential which usually bloom from the nomination Wednesday, middle of May through the sum- He and his wife arrive on a priv- mer in Southern California, can ate train at 11:30 a.m. cst. They be made to bloom late in March planned to walk a block along a by giving them four hours of ar- dusty dirt street to the two-story tificai light eaph night. frame home where Eisenhower and In most cases, Dr. Kofranek re- nis four brothers spent their child- ports, the diameter and stem hood. length of flowers grown urder The boys have-kept the house, lights exceeded those of flowers with its trellices and shingle roof, grown under normal daylight con- J ust like i:t was when ^ eir mother ditions. " &ed in 1946. Next to it is the' start II - of a museum, to 'house> Eisenhower's collection of"military papers Students Get Rare Books and souvenirs. LINCOLN, Neb. OR- Research , ^- e general was to deliver a ded- students at the University of Ne- icator y. speech as the "cornerstone braska have access to some rare was laid. books which are kept behind lock- Afterwards, Abilene scheduled ed doors. There are Hindustani ^' b '8|?. st P arad <v Th £ £°ats de- manuscripts copied by hand on Picted Eisenhower's bfe, from Abi- palm leaves, a page from the ori- lene to Je supreme headquarters. ginal Gutenberg Bible and many ? f ^ Atlantic Pact defense forces 16th and 17th century first editions. ln Pans - The wolf spider, only about an. inch long, often carries .its young on its back until they can fend for themselves. Son Adopted Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cansler of 812 Aron announce the adoption of a son, Richard Wayne, who was a year old on May 2. : -.|TOU CAN SPEND THIS CONFEDERATE MONEY! 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