PAGE 2- THE BAYTOWN SUN. THURSDAY. 'JANUARY 21, 1954 Congressional Roundup -Battle Over St. Lawrence Seaway Shifts To House _ Stock Quotes Special Session To Be Called On Teacher Pay Hike 21 _<U>)— "ine o-i-vutii-^u wo."-*-*-- «* "r t - • Lawrence seaway project shifted to the House Thursday after the controversial measure cleared its Senate hurdle Wednesday night. Bv a 51 to 33 vote, the Senate passed ana" sent to the House legislation authorizing the United States to'join with Canada in a multi-million dollar project to open the St. Lawrence River to ocean-going vessels. The plan calls for a 27-foot navigation channel from the Atlantic Ocean to the Great Lakes. Senate seaway advocates were jubilant. But House backers said they face an uphill fight which, one of them said, could be won only with President Eisenhowers help. The measure first goes .to the House Public Works committee which last year refused to even consider the seaway bill until the Senate acted. Rep. John Blatnik (D-Minn.) said only three of the 16 Republicans on the committee are committed to the proposal. Blatnik said it would take a. "personal appeal from the President" to get the measure through the committee. Mr. Eisenhower has endorsed the seaway proposal and his administration backs it to the hilt. The seaway proposal was first presented to "Congress in 1923. It has been bitterly fought by Gulf and Atlantic ports and some railroad and mining interests. ; Other developments: AIR ACADEMY The House was expected to approve a bill authorizing the Air Force to • set up its own service academy comparable to the Army's West Point and the Navy's Annapolis; The measure does not name the site of the academy. FARJI House action was also likely on a. dual-purpose "bill to boost this year's : cotton allotment by almost 3.5 million acres and give potato growers limited government price protection. The Senate, which has approved a different version of the bill, will have to pass on House changes, but the measure probably will be the first piece of major to clear the ne\v Con- COFFEE Sen. Guy 3tf. Gillette (D-Iowa) said much of the blame for the sharp increase in coffee prices falls on speculators and called for quick action on his proposal to put the coffee exchange under strict regulation. UN-AMERICAN Chairman Harold H. Velde of the House Un-American Activities committee stepped up the activities of his Red-hunting group- in hoses it would quiet internal feuding. He said an investigation would be made of the 2,200 "security risks" fired by the administration to determine how many were actually subversives. And he named a sub-committee to look into alleged Red activities in the Albany, N. Y., area. LIVESTOCK Special To The Baytown Sun AUeg Ludlum 32 Allis-Chalmers -48 Amer Cyan ^ •* American Repub No Sale A T and T .159ks Amer Woolens 15~* Anaconda Copper 31*4 Beth Steel S3H. Calvan Oil • •• 5 Canada So OH 9 Celan ese 20 Celotex •• .18 ?a Cessna 19% Chrysler Corp 59% Cities Service 83% Coastal Carib -U Columb Gas I 3 '* Creole Pet ....81% Dow Chem •' 35% Du Pont Chem 106% Bastmas Kodak 49% El Paso Nat'l Gas • 37Vi Fairchild Eng lO^i Freeport Sulph 47'.i Gsn Electric 90% Gen Motors ••*• 64% 'Gen Tire and Rub •••• 31 Gillette Saf ..:. 47% -Goody-ear Tire 56% Greyhound Bus 13% Gulf Oil 479i Gulf Stat Util 26% Houston Oil .70 H.L and P Co 20% Humble Oil 59% AUSTIN, Jan. 21 —UP— Gov- Allan Shivers will call a special session of the Texas Legislature soon to consider a proposal to give public school teachers a '$402 an- nual'pay hike. "There will be* a. special session in the not too distant future," Shivers told newsmen Wednesday after a joint committee, agreed unanimously on a compromise calling for the pay raise and major changes in financing for the state's schools. The 25-member committee was named 'by Shivers and the Texas State Teachers Association, which were in partial disagreement on the question during the 1953 Legislature. In addition to the pay -raise, the compromise called for: 1. A change in local school district contributions to the foundation school program from a flat $45 million .per year to 20 per cent of' the cost. The state would pay the other 80 per cent. 2- A $100 "building allowance" credit for each teacher for local districts, deducting that from the district's contribution to the foun- GENUINE SPEIDEL PHOTCMDENT BANDS Regular 17-95 THIS WEEK ONLY! .. . ..AT - ; MAYFA1R JEWELERS The House ot Diamonds FORT WORTH, Jan.' 21 —UP— Livestock: Cattle 800. • Fully steady; some cows stronger; commercial and good slaughter steers and yearlings 15-20; utility cows, 10.50-12; canners and cutters, 7-10.50; bulls, 10-14; stockers scarce. Calves 200. Active, strong; 'good and choice slaughter calves, 16-19: utility and commercial, 12-16; culls around 10; stackers scarce. Hogs -150. Butchers and sows mostly steady with Wednesday's average;'choice 190-250 Ibs.. 26.5025.15- a few choice 288 Ibs.. 26.25; sows, 22-24.50. ' Wife Accuses Texan Of Kidnaping Son ITHACA, N. Y., Jan. 21 —(IP)— A Texas doctor whose estranged wife 'claims he kidnaped thtfr two and one-half year old son from her home here was sought by police of 13 states Thursday. A police alarm went out Wednesday after Mrs. Doris Sainburg obtained a warrant accusing her husband, Frank P. Sainburg, Gladewater, Tex., of kidnaping their son, Phillip. Tuesday night. Mrs. Sainburg told police her husband and two men entered her apartment, pushed her to the floor and left v.-ith the youngster. She said they sped away in a late model yellow convertible. Jones and Laugh 21 % dation school program. The credit --DANCE-- TRI-CITY CLUB Every Friday & Saturday Imperial Oil 30% Interlake Iron • • 15-% Int'l Nickel 35% Kirby Pet ..No Sale Libby McN 9% Liggett and Myers 65 ?i Loew's Inc 13% La Land 55 Merrill Pet 6 11-16 Math Chem 41% Mack Trucks 14% Mid Con Pet 67% Monsanto Chem 84% Mont-Dakota Util 20% Nat Distillers 20 Nat Dairy Prod 63% Ohio Oil 53% Packard Motors .." 4 Pac West Oil ." 34% Pancoastal Oil Panhandle P and R Penney's Inc Phillips Pet ..: Pure Oil Richfield Oil 53% Rem Rand 15 Repub Steel 50% St. Regis Paper 21% Sinclair Oil 37 Socony-Vac 37% Sou Pacif 39% Stan Oil Calif 56% Stan Oil Ind 74 Stan Oil Ohio • 36% Stan Oil N J 76% Sun Oil 70% Sunray Oil 18% Texas Co • 60% Texas Gulf ProtT 43 Tex Gulf Sulph 89% Tidewater Corp No Sale Union Oil of Calif No Sale U. S. Steel 40% Wilson and Co ,9% Woodley Pet No Sale March NO Cotton up 6 pts. could be used for any purpose, and would not be restricted .to construction or retiring bonds resulting from previous construction. 3. No change in the present method of determining each district's local fund contribution by using the economic index, World's First Atomic Sub Is Launched GROTON, Conn., Jan. 21—UP— Mrs. Dwiglit D. Eisenhower smashed a bottle of champagne across the 'bow of the Nautilus Thursday and launched the world's first atomic - powered submarine into a new era of war or peace. , The nation's first lady sent the $55 million craft gliding into the arms of waiting tugs, ushering in an age when the might atom will be put to work in homes and industrial plants, as woli as in battle. The Nautilus will mark the first practical use of atomic energy for .propulsion' Mrs. Eisenhower, the first presidential wife to christen a submarine, stood 'on a special platform. As she smashed a bottle of champagne—which officials took pains to point out was. an American, vintage—she said the traditional words, "I christen thee, USS Nautilus." Aboard the craft for its initial ride were commander Eugene P. Wilkinson, the Nautilus' first skipper, and several officers and men of his crew. Speakers hailed the sub, plans for which were started six - years ago, as a vast stride 1 forward for mankind. Admiral Robert B- Carney, chief of naval operations, said "the Nautilus is a symbol of United States determination to fight, when and if fighting becomes necessary." Sun Spots Trini *y" 6% 79M; 60 54VJ NOW SHOWING THRU SATURDAY CO.UWU PKTWB pinoa FirvHAYWORTH JOSE FERRER, ADULTS 75c * CHILDREN"35c INC. VIEWERS Boost For Conn. HARTFORD, Conn. (IP)—A Belgian X-Ray equipment firm is building a plant in this state because it wants to stamp "Made in Connecticut" on its products. The company said these are "magical words" recognized 1 in nearly every part of the world. B RUN SON SPONSORED BY DE MOLAY M1DNITE SHOW FRIDAY 11:30 P.M. was she too beautiful?' kkPALANCE-Constance'SMITH A JO* CTNlU«.fOX UUASt TICKETS NOW ON SALE BY MEMBERS ALL SEATS 60c B A Y NOW SHOWING THRU SATURDAY FIRST RUN FEATURE GRAND OPENING TOMORROW! MOST FEARED MAN IN THE SOUTHWEST! COWQUEST ^ COIUMIIA rtciun KWNHODIAK ROBERT STACK JOY PAGE * ADDED FEATURE * "THUNDER BAY" —with— JAMES STEWART DAN DURYEA BAYSHORJLDRIVE - IN FREE COFFEE AND DOUGHNUTS ALL DAY 2430 W. MAIN Ed Zizelmaii, Prop. (Continued from Page One) Quack Shack Hours JAYCEES, sponsors of the Quack Shack, have approved the opening of the recreational center on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights this week. Time will be from 8 to 1 p.m.- Civic Concert THE BAYTOWN Civic Music association will present the Vinn- ver Symphonic Voices in concert at 7:45 p.m. Saturday in the Kob- crt E. Lee : high school auditorium. Admission "is limited to members of the association. Akron Man Seeks Use For Shavings, Sawdust AKRON, O., Jan. 21 —HP)— Mathew M. Moore is almost fanatical when it comes to waste, particularly if it involves wood. Moore, who operates the Akron Basket Co., complains of the mountains of shavings and sawdust going to waste. "Over half the nation's wood in-, vontory now ends as waste materials," he estimated recently. Moore is working on two means of eliminating some of this waste. One calls for the utilization of wood scraps, shavings and sawdust in production of wood molasses. "Sugar is a by-product of wood fiber, he explained, "and there is a good use for everything we now consider waste, if we only find the use. 'Wood Molasses already has been accepted in 35 states as a food fit for animal consumption." The other waste-eliminator, still in the planning stage, too, would take the residue loft from making wood .roolasses for use as an ingredient in a rubber material suitable for road building. 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She gave birth to her daughter. Mrs. Mae Armstrong, et the age of 14, ana" the latter had a child when she was 16. Now Mrs. Armstrong's daughter, Mrs. Thomas R. Dahill, has had a child at 17, making Mrs. Armstrong a 33-year- old grandmother and Mrs. Spurlock a 47-year-old greatgranoN mother., '• DECKER TONIGHT "DESPERATE SEARCH" "CORPORAL DOLAN GOES A.W.O.L." DRIVE FRIDAY £5™ NO. 1— ALAN LADD DEBORAH KERR "THUNDER IN THE EAST" NO. 2— ROCK HUDSON in "GOLDEN BLADE" IN TECHNICOLOR Baytown's Own DAN STALLWORTH SPORTS SHOW with news in locaT, regional and national sports 6:15-6:30 P.M. Monday thru Friday Presented Tues.-Thurs.-Sat. by Presented Mon.-Wed.-FrI. by f .- u n Gulf Oil Products Scarborough Drugs wm. Quartz, Distributor DIAL 1360 KREL FREDDIE-REAL'S CLUB FORMERLY "HAGEE'S FRIDAY NITE, JANUARY 22 AND THE MELODY MASTERS n\lftrJP^ B i^l I M| «*l^l^ »*••*•» JIMMIE HEAP (Continued from Pa/re One) the. Trinity Valley Assn., said he thinks the Feb. 15 deadline means that the- engineers will present the new plan to Congress at that time and will ask-for the'neces- sary appropriation. * The project, part of an overall long-range plan for developing the Trinity river, was approved by the Rivers and Harbors committee of the House in 1944. The canal was completed to Anahuac shortly thereafter, but was held up when farmers complained that the channel allowed salt water to back up in the river and encTanger their rice crops. 1 The Army engineers held a Jiearjng in Liberty in 1950 to work out a plan to please both canal backers and rice farmers. A three-point modification plan including a salt-water barrier was presented at the hearing, but approval of any such plan was held up by the outbreak of the Korean war. This is the first major development since then. The Chambers - Liberty County Navigation cTistrict, headed by Judge Guy Jackson of Anahuac, has spearheaded the plan since its inception, and will have the task of securing the necessary right- of-way when Congress gives .the go-ahead. General Tire Urges Income Tax Slash WACO, Tex., Jan.- 21 —OP)— A tire company president said Wednesday his firm would increase its common stock dividends 25 per cent this year, if the government will cut income taxes on dividends 20 per cent. William O'Nell, President of General Tire anil Rubber Co., made the offer after General's board of directors held its first meeting in Texas. He said he was confident other companies also would increase their dividends, if the tax is cut. . "The government's present double taxation on dividends is discouraging risk capital to the point where business expansion is suffering," O'Ncil said. Island is Too Rough Even For Wolf Pack HOUGHTON, Mich., Jan. 21 — (IP) isle Royale, often referred to as the "wildest place" in the United States, is too wild even for wolves. The vacation island, located 50 miles off Michigan's Upper Peninsula in Lake Superior, attracts died-in-the-wool sportsmen and true outdoor enthusiasts—not the tourist types. Animals of many types roam at will in its wilderness. Their con-- tacts with the human race are few and far between. In fact, during the winter months, the island is devoid of all human life. Only an occasional aerial patrol breaks the spell of nature-in-the- raw while thick ice covers Lake Michigan between December and April. In 1952, game officials picked it as the spot to turn a group of wolves back to their natural habitat. Accustomed to the fruits of civilization they enjoyed while in captivity, the animals balked at penetrating the inner reaches of the wooded island in search of food. 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