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With Showers VTEATHER - Mostly showers and occasional Friday nlffht Partly . js;ct much change in . d njght 6gj high Moderate to fresh south' Only THE BAYTOWN SUN The BAYTOWN STORY NO. 315 TELEPHONE: 8302. five Cents Per Copy. TODAY'S NEWS TODAY c-wing Baytown couple's honeymoon had been upset ,\, by the tragic death of two other young lovers, DE NVER, June 6 — (UP) — Jfo a Galveston collision Thursday afternoon. Ultimate defeat of dread Vouston man and his bride-to-be, speeding down polio is " in si £ ht ' on e of the Uj boulevard on a motorcycle, collided headon with nation 's top medical experts driven by Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Scott of Baytown, who on the disea se told a regional honeymooning in Galveston. conference on polio patient fGreathouse, 25, of Houston, and Gladys Daley, 19, ca f, e h - re late Thursday. slveston, were killed almost instantly. 'We^are in a position now ; gaytown couple v/as unhurt, but their car was de- *? s ^ the av ^nues by which 2s to the accident "tte motorcycle had been IZ ja and out of traffic, and [t«r apparently lost cone machine. i Mrs. Scott said their 'against the curb and ? at a standstill when the disease will ultimately be conquered," said Dr. Hart Van Riper of New York, medical director of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. "We have traveled so fast in the field of research in the last 18 months that I now believe we can conquer polio in the foreseeable future," the physician said. However, he said he could not year in which polio MARY LOU KIRKPATRIGK MURPHY McNULTY- .JOANNE ,GAUTESON ,^e Scott car on the right freiKhter 35 Adriatics under "' a -lader, opposite the driver, \ £2Curity WJltch Friday ^ ^ Port of Houston, "in the interest of national security." Cmdr. Warren L. David, "captain of the port, refused to give a reason for placing the ship under security guard. The ship was tied up at a> bouy off shore. • Reports that the ship had visited a Communist seaport before putting at Houston were neither confirmed nor defied by the Coast Guard officer. Cmdr. David, said he was acting on orders from his superior officer at New Orlenns. At New Orleans, Coast Gunrri operations officer, Capt R. H. , French, said he ordered the se. curity watch on instruction from Washington. , was thrown over and bounced onto a i. Miss Daley was [n core than 40 feet. _ ; was killed instantly, [jQs Daley lived only a min- hause and Miss Daley were . teen married next Sun- [u; relatives eaid. She was gi as a nurses aide at St. infirmary in Galveston. [isiise had only recently left csl where he had been unfit for injuries re- \iz another traffic accident, his wife, the former Charlene McCarty, were [ai list Monday night adding plans \vere almost another accident at Gal- ^rie day before the wedding. Oz% OR a surfboard towed i Li which his bride-to-be |£i5. was struck on the-head L nrfboard as it flipped up. KM knocked unconscious i h the water. He almosc i before the boat could be i back to him and his corn- One of the research highlights, he said, was the use of gamma globulin serum injections in a mass test among school children at Provo, Utah, last year. "The results, though not conclusive, Co-ed Duo Scores Sfraighf 'A' Record AUSTIN, June 6 —{UP)— Gov. Allan Shivers said that a New York representative's charge Shivers "consistently worked illegal aliens" on his property is "all'part of a Washington smear campaign." - , • ' ' Rep. John J. Rooney (D-N.Y.) charged Thursday that Shivers has "shown a disregard for the immagration laws"c- and "illegal aliens have been arrested on his' property, weekly." r , [ ~,- , , Shivers has "consistently worked illegal aliens" through?; employes on' his property along the Rio Grande, Rooney said during a speech in sup- " , port of a §1.4 million increase proposed by the Senate for the immigration and naturalization service. Immigration agents said they need the additional money to meet the problems caused by wetbacks. Hinton i n * Shivers could be ignorant of these "It is impossible to believe Gov. Shivers could be ignorant of these , f conditions," Rooney said. "This is all part of a Washing- scale tests are planned on 60,000 persons this year under a program financed by a S1.5 mDlion appropriation from March of: Dimes funds. "It 'the smear campaign) has a branch in Texas which is active also." Rooney said hundreds of aliens are apprehended on the "Shary farms, owned by A 42-year-old Baytown.'oil dril- e j»ad his right ey e torn out of head by the whipping end of a Three students will share top class, president of Lambda Chi, others are Mrs scholastic honors at Lee College secretary of Phi Theta Kappa and Crosby Mrs graduation exercises at 8 p.m. Fri- a member of the Newman club/ Mrs Rio Estes day m the college auditorium. He is the fifth member of his Murphy will" work at the re. ^ T ,. J ° an ? e . ? aut !f, n j m - d Mary L ° U famij y to ^aduate from,Lee and finery this summer and next fall Lve," he said, "were sufficient *^rkpatnck ended their two years.,Dean Walter Rundell says all five will enter the University of Texas to make it worth while to repeat at Lee College with a 3-point grade were top students. Miss Alma Me- where he will major in chemical the experiment on a much larger *^ r * ge ' or a P erf ect record of all Nulty was salutatorian of the engineering. He also was awarded c/>oi« during 1952" Similar mass As - class of 1938 and was voted the a scholarship to the University of Murphy McNulty was the lead- m °st outstanding students. The Houston at the Frontier Fiesta, ing male scholar with a 2.56 grade" average. . „ A „ _ _ _ _ and McAllen The New York representative said many Texas property owners are making use of "wetbacks." He said some encourage the aliens to come to the United States "so they can employ them illegally-" Joanne is the daughter of Mr. , , 4Bfl " r Rooney named the Shuster broth- end Mrs. Conrad E. Gauteson of Le c College President George H. and Delores Beauchamp, secretary- ers ' Carl and Frank > wno hav ^ 216 Neal. Her father is a General Gentry will present diplomas to 40 treasurer ' large farras alon S the rive j south Tire employe. She plans to con- graduates in commencement exer- _ ' of Pharr and San Juan r Tex., as tinue working as .a stenographer cises at 8 p.m. Friday in the u ther graduates are: be ing "among the most flagrant at the refinery. Both she,and her college auditorium. Lee E. Bishop, Roy Paul Black, offenders. These two brothers are husband hope to attend music Dedication services for the new Wesley Eroussard, Marqueda Jo ^^.^fj^ 6 appreciation classes this fall and she,may education at the Houston in t the future. But right now her\ is. to be a good wife, SHERMAN, Tex., June -6 The state of Texas, smacked by- two tornadoes, and several severe ed in last year's tests at Six thousand were used as a control group and the other 6,000 were divided into two test groups—3,000 receiving gamma globulin injections, 3,000 getting injections of a harmless substance. June is really a big month for Miss Gauteson. Not only is she graduating from Lee College but on June 27 she will be married to Leonard Braswell, an engineer at ton smear campaign," Shivery said, storms the past two days^ was" still in danger of more rough weather Friday, weather _ bureau officials said. - ^ Forecasters said c o n.d 1 ti 0^1 s would be right for severe weather, in extreme east, Texas and west-' ern Louisiana late- Friday. Thew er^. He said the farms are prm- sa id tornadoes ma/ be^generated cipally in the vicinity of Mission m th e turbulent weather. Tornadoes skipped across Grayson county, near Sherman Thurs-' day damaging crops, destroying communications ' and farm build-STUCK ON 90 : THE MERCURY touched *90 degrees In Buytmvn Thursday for S". Only a trace of ram, hardly enough to wet,the dust, fell dur-" ing the morning:. , r .....",. ings - N deatas cinto Memorial hospital. Woodall was working on the der- At Lee College she treasurer of the Phi/ Theta Kappe released * a from Baytown hour, before eat Advisor 3ETTE COSTLEY, Unie{ Texas student from bas been named an up- 2iiv:sor for Andrews Dor- has also been elect- president of the house |E=3r maioring in English, e member of social sororitv, |~ Uague of Women Vot- Foundation, Meth- ta' group; and Cap senior women's or^ is the daughter A. \\\ Costley, 909 Short Course injured man is H. C. Woodall, 42, of fil Gulf Hill. The accident occured at a well - being drilled 12 miles out in Trinity bay by the Cotton-Dixon Oil Co. Woodali was brought to Cedar and there he was transferred to an • and there hewas transferred to an ambulance and carried to San Ja- and struck him in the head. His eye was torn out and all the flesh around it was ripped off, He^elso have suffered broken bones working with his father and saw the accident happen. The son accompanied the elder Woodall to the hospital Tau. j , ^^^ -„ of Texas, will be Clenton John McMIcken, Lois athletics. the principal speaker. . Elaine Mason, Ann - Ruth Mills, She attended the Frontier The awarding of "honors will be Harold Bruce Mills, Patricia Fiesta at the'University of Hous- done by Dean Walter Rundell.. Murphy, Audrey Howard Neal, ton as the Lee College representa- The processional and recessional Barry Duncan Nettles, Edward tive and was awarded a scholar- will be played by \Linda Pierce, Don Richardson, Lloyd Willis at . KJ . -^..v.^. ship to the university. pianist, and the college choir will Server, Harold Eugene Stephenson, ha3° large'"holdings near"Hidalgo, U P ove £ thV business district,.and Being the top student is not new sing- two numbers. - Jacqueline Ann Summers, Horace' has consistently worked illegal ali- the other disappeared toward _the Officers of the graduating class Allison Thompson", Jefferson Wade ens and openly states that he will "'-""—* !*?ultv. oresident: Tiller. JimmTo "Ra» TVoof VnnHa ~~~r;^,^ t n An en " fV>o T\T*»w Vnrk- Rooney said r brothers, Fred and Max. who Pray- ±ne tornado earned, away -e close relatives of the Schuster P art or ~ toe roof and_drove boards^ operate "in the same and debris .through the windows as the Schusters. an £ waUs - ... > - ' - '• Kawahata, a prominent Residents . of , Sherman sighted. -American farmer who Uvo funnels in the sky. One. broke- for Jeenne. She was valedictorian is men attend- t on Jnstrumen- u.e process industries College. They By ROBERT E. LEE WASHINGTON, June 6 (IP, — Government officials looked for "more progress" in the White House-sponsored steel negotiations Friday as Senators got the word that settlement of the industry- wide strike may come over the weekend. After six months of deadlock, industry and union negotiators appeared to be getting down to brass tacks bargaining. Informed, sources said the steel- makers may seek a compromise Mrs. Mary 'Madalene Little, 55. wife of C. D. Little, a Baytown attorney and candidate for Harris county district attorney, was injured in an auto accident near Berryville, Ark., Thursday. Little was taken uncon- o a Eureka Springs, Ark., hospital after a car-truck collision in a rainstorm. of the class of 1950 at Robert E. are Murphy McNulty, president; Tiller, Jimmie Rae Treat, Vanda continue to do so/ Lee high school. Louise VanMeldert, vice president; Flourine Wynne. ' Democrat said. Miss Kirkpatrick also hopes to be wearing a wedding ring soon. But she shyly said she'd rather not say who the lucky man is. Mary Lou also has been one of Lee College's most active students. She was voted the most representative girl, was vice president of the Student Council, president of Le Circle Francais, a French club, president of Phi Theta Kappa national honorary chapter and a member of Gemma Phi Kappa. She - has been working as a . _ student nurse at San Jacinto strikes to tie up transport and other vital services the New York /«K f i i g Uf N 6V/S //? v^ f s>t.yy^> lii NEWSOM, United Press Foreign Analyst GOOD NEWS 1.-French Premier Antotne Pinay's "get tough" campaign with the French Communists was in full and .Communist attempts to retaliate with BAD NEWS 1. West Berlin citizens were kidnaped and hauled off ito the Russian-controlled Eastern zone, \ and an American soldier was wounded while on duty by a bullet fired by an East German policeman. H . cr h ^ ban ^ £lew _ to ^ ureka Memorial hospital and she may en- ^ vere t dismal failu re. Communist attempt to take The incidents, while comparatively small, were evi- "** '~~~ "^ *" " -.--_- dence of the powderke_g situation set up by West "ermany's new alliance with the West, and Russia's Springs Thursday afternoon. The accident happened at about 12:15 p.m. while Mrs. Little was enroute to SL Louis. Mo., to see De Remembered as the boy who Communist prestige throughout Western Europe. the University of Houston for over further education. Was met overnment-owned Renault plant in Paris b >' ^e workers themselves, who tossed northwest. Ripening' wheat and straw was' picked up' in the twisters and it was left dangling from wires and trees and plastered against the sides of buildings. " " Rain and- light hail followed the tornadoes in Sherman, but did' no damage. Tinker, Air Force Base at Oklahoma City said five funnels were sighted near Sherman. Airline-pilots reported seeing another 15 miles southeast of Fort Worth, and a seventh was sighted south o£ Sherman. At Fort Hood. Tex:., winds gusted to 60 miles ah hour. • Showevers hit many cities in "the state Including the Dallas area. ' The tornado danger passed about 8 p.m. Thursday Honor man McNulty will always the Re( *s out. The general result was a blow to retaliatory- "creeping blockade" of Berlin. O. J. Haweli. '°y offering the striking CIO United hospital there. her son, Harold M. Robinson, 27, in ^ Veterans Administration «»• Charles Miller. W. ^-J- Phillips, E J. £ W s Bate*. * 230 persons from 14 one foreign country ^ conference. M Tow n Steslworkers an immediate lump sum pay Increase instead of the three-installment raise recommended by the Wage Stabilization Board. A "good deal of progress" was made >n .talks Thursday and Senate Democratic Leader Ernest W. McFarland said he "hoped" the BERLIN, JUNE 6 OB—Russia dispute woujd be settled by Mon- V j elded to an American demand day. On the strength of his state- p ridav , and lifted its blockade of ment, the Senate agreed to put off further action on proposed seizure wrote the Lee College school song. 2.-Meanwhile, there were continuing signs of He writes music es a hobby and restlessness inside the Russian satellite states. The plays the piano and cornet. latest Red purge hit Ana Pauker, Romanian for- But that is only a part of his ei £° minister who once was the highest ranking activities. He was "voted the "most wornan member of the Communist party. At least representative boy" at Lee College, ^^nporarily, she keeps her government job but was 2. An Internal political situation in South Korea threatened further difficulties for United Nations forces attempting to reach an armistice in the Korea war. It appeared that only a strong note from President Truman had .prevented South Korean President Syngman Rhee from dissolving the South Korean parliament which opposes him, and perhaps xvas president of the sophomore firc & from the politburo and the central committee even from pulling South Korean troops out of the troofiers with tpar tra»rtT-rtf -»v^*>f TT-i« T>n.s3r* *- A ?,3 M tu. n j. —._ ___r^*_ 4 ^r* c_^'it; ^__ t •_ r-_ t_- .-it v^Wf^iA. *3 w i,u,i Leal. 7.S. administered dis- . Ted legislation until Monday, lest the I ^ ess - than 24 hours after a debate "rock the boat." American protest. Red troops re- Early Rising Pays Off For Bayfonian secretariat The^ Reds said "that mannish Ana Pauker had become too luxury-loving. But it also might mean' further evidence of rising Titoism inside the Communist party. 3. A new premier took over the government of Indo-China, New Premier ISTGuyen Van Tarn promised/ all-out efforts to crush the ^Communists and clean up the Vietnamese administration. It seeined front line to help enforce his martial law. 3. At Panmunjo'm, Communist truce negotiators showed no weakening in their demands for return of all war prisoners and continued to make propaganda hay out of charges of UN mistreatment of Red prisoners on Koje Island. The Reds refused either to reach a truce agreement or to agree to a recess of the Panmuniom meetings. It seemed 6 snrf guns rushed.to the Louisiana State penitentiary here Friday after 200 , Negro" convicts barricaded themselves in a cement cell block and refused to go to work. The convicts shouted through windows their demands for better-' %' better 'clothing and impro\ ed to pretend recognition that the war belonged just they deliberately were trying to force the United, toilet -facilities.* They also as much to Indo-China as the French. , PTations into the position of breaking off the talks, c on- " ??s! e-s^ai ^jsst .s^nS- '^^f^^^^ocidng^^s . « EarIV to ^ ^ to rise , v out •«e ; }->i *u^ T-i.ii rt i u - ~, -A;~* tv,« lollre ««««JvcvA i^j-n_« u.^v-^ ~.^. lt ~...., «w-i.^~~ jc,an> 10 uea r eany to rise ™, ^ Lmle Steelman. who is guiding the talks. t isolated Ste nstuecken and'is- kept Airs. Manrie Wricht healthv • Johnnv William* o=iioH Mr,;™ ^nH inrfnstrv nesotis-' " i"?.—-^- »_ :<~ icn ;-i,~u:*—*,. * - - uar s ie vv«gnc neaunj Williams called union and industry negoUs- uscd permits to its 160 inhabitants tors back to the bargaining table t(J lravel back ant i f or th to the Friday. res t of West Berlin. _... -The industry was understood 10 But ^ East German Commun- to be around this *» considering offering the union igt governme nt at the same time . 'r* s ?st of the year a Ium P ^^ ™ ise of aboxit I ^ cenls slapped the U.S. with a $14 million *-Psttni tho end of the an hour ' ^ ich would bc^ we av- bill for *pj ep h O ne ser\-ice between n very ° n end Foxv Ma. . Al Taylor " on. at least one occasion, she agred, today. 5Irs. Wright. „ employed in a shipping company office in with the city Thursday f aid r»™; v,- , a short » »• y over Berrv u ft * catlon trek _ B . » —-. » by the Wage Stabilization Board 1S months. The ooard pro- . By JOHN L. CUTTER ABILENE, Kans., June 6 fiPS— Dwight D. Eisenhower ruled out a fight with Sen. Robert A. " quent talks with Republican gates to the July convention. •lele- And Eisenhower went on to disavow even more flatly -tny fight He took a stand on at least a with the Ohio senator bv half-dozen major issues, allied him- he would SUDDor t him «h«i i Ta^ r^lt *£" M>1 " 1 5< fv! Ke ra ^? r ^-V ar< i ^if sniwiv on th«. «M*» «f +h* KP- e would support him s.iou.d Ta.t me had given the convicts "raeas* complained about the "harshness" on a "boss", who '•works them in the fields at-the prison farm. Prison superintendent D. D, Bazer asked state police headquarters in Baton Rouge to send "all available men." Bazer said the Koje Island pris- of war prison sinke in i^S a shor during the past seven years. - „ ^ Allied authorities speculated that a 12 1-2 cent raise effective ^ deman d m i g - n t mean that the y, 2 1-2 cents more July Russians ^ ere intending to cut the telephone cable running across the Soviet zone between Western Berlin and Frankfurt iir the U.S. zone of Germany. Taft-for the Republican presiden- self solidly on the side of the Ke- - h ,«-., rni:> _.._;""«:..„ ^_, = * : _j T i\.: mtKit^^nr ->** ^^i^irr ,«^;«of f.s^ w 111 the l&iZ OOP nomination ng the city last . Houston 1 and another 2 1-2 cents next Jan- Frank uary L, Baytown .E. spending tour of the Benny Mos- for a couple for Houston. Sirs. Wright got np early and was ready on. time. She caught a •tial nomination and keyed his cam- publicans and solidly against the paign Friday on defeating the Democrats Democrats arsd "socialism." ' Now fully in the political swim, Taft speaking in Cincinnati. Fundamentally, he said, he was however, said that Eisenhower but that he expected to break the strike "in about 15 or 20 after he lined up his forces. > going to kill any Road the off for training tote&* T J7ratf "S-... ^ uinsford been of a that entertaming Truck Rider Bounced Atop Rail Of Bridge Melvin Lee James, 23, Negro em- ploye of the Hurricane .Fence cause Mrs, Jackson had overslept and was late. Mrs. Jackson,^ leaving later, wrecked her car on Decker Drive at Slapont Gulley and was serionsly injured. - « , j.r -.u .1. -n, , *T"> not going to kill any of , , - m general accord with the Re- seemed for the most oart to have them unless a couple take the idea Eisenhower wound up a two-day publican ~*—' i - AU - _=-» * ..^ _>. - ,... ...... _ *• . ^5- visit to his home town and headed elections ,n stand in the mid-term "dealt in generalities" with "some of trying to get over the fences.*' is of 1950 which stated that implications as io a position on he said, "but we might have to use for New York. the basic difference between the Eisenhower"- set forth his ideas parlies was the fight of "liberty (See Ike Rules—Page Two) and the basis for his campaign dur- versus socialism." ing his first political speech his By so doingi he implied agree _ urst news conference and subse- Western Union Asks For Rate Boost ment of a' sort with his arch-rival becatise Taft had a big hand in shaping that policy. various importantjssues_— but not tear gas or a fira hose on them/* "* * "Bazer described, the rebellion as well - "planned and>weH-tinaeoV"He^ said about 30 convicts in th'e group seemed to be active tnit. that .the real leadership- might Tbe-iiarrowed. down L to "two or tiree" rbeai:^" -, The first'signy of-trouble" came?. to WASHINGTON, June 6 fff)— West- revenues annually, is subject Company, was almost thrown into; errf Union Telegraph Co.; asked the urotest bv anvone seekine to nn San Jacinto River Thursday, wnen Fed eral Communications commis- P f , J? ~ r seeking to up a truck loaded with fencing ma- si on prfday for permission to boost set 3t ^a^^ for P^tests is June terials, struck, a bridge rail on -^^ 93 p^ ^^^i jojy & so it jpay High^vay 90. begin paying wage increases^ to James," riding on the load of employes under an agreement Broken Swing Causes Collision- Boy Kurt Victor and Tony Martinez had a By Olin MiBer 26, " If the new rates are allowed to become effective and the Wage Sun Want Ad said this was a 1 yood V nc « to eat —** m so hungry I cotild eat a horse!" V *7-V * w 1 % " fence, fell on the top rail of the which ended a strikeMast month. ^Stabilization Board approves the bridge, wavered e. moment and The -new wage contract which new wage contra ct t , employes - toppled *ack ,to the bridge' deck, ended the 53-day- strike was con- working a 40-hour week would get Had he fallen the other way, he ditioned on government - approval a lO^ent an hour hiker those work- would have dropped into the river of higher rates for telegraph mes-" ing more than 40 hours would go 35 feet below. '''"'" "" 1 sages and money 'orders and ap- oh a. 404ibur week and get a 20 He was brought to San Jacinto proval of wage increases. per cent hike. Employes on a 35- Memorial Hospital in an Earth- The higher rates, expected" to , hour week would get a flat in- man ambulance, produce an additional $13,200,000 in crease of $22 a mTonln. ' Our gr. fathers was smarter than us. They wore beards and looked stern , so 'as to fThe disturbaJice ^ Ws ^ , camp "T'-but Bazer said ^precau-1«- ~$ J3oris"'were being ^taken'in bSier-^ | camps 'to " prevent the ^j-^-** 3 —~ "--~-» brain concussion Thursday afternoon, brothers,' sons of Mr. Antonio Martinez of __ Terrace, ^ were - playing on "the f^ :^p rea <in^. T^ereT-are 1 swings on the playground at- St '3,000^prisoners.«1rAngola. ; -,—.^ Josephs Catholic'church. ' ^ Reed-CozartJoa: federal penal, ex- •' "~" A swing-:broke with Victor and pert;' haS'^beeii 1 'nained 1 "~to>"^reofoc^ 1> ^'" he fell, head first, on Tony, 10. Basest <fnd 'is^n^Saton JRoizge- wait- ^^ ' „ • .ing td.felve"comttjand oT fte%risoats ?; »'s:vJ their women- scions and \vere taken to the hos- farm. He-iis ( on'leave o£ absMte^Trr^ follcs. - P»tal in ai^JSarihman ambulance, from his" Job as'warden x>T the>ieo^S^ : ^ Tony ^as^ released after receiving ~eral ^«»A»«««*«W»K ««-->.o»^ ~.^-3»_>i^-."-/ '" .emergency treatment. « — — —'— " — •— — ~—*« **» *-••>»• j-*.^*v*.^-«S*^lff- *q« reformaioEy - ar>Seag6\35&^fet^ *. ". ' — ,^_ -s?. -*-?^ *&KX-.\£XS& \siSr v*i> ,^P5

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