The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on June 6, 1952 · Page 3
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MASTER BREGER By Dave Breger TTVITED PRESS " Parachute Safely . 6 M -Three air- to.safety -Friday Tornado jet bomb- crashed shortly Tachikawa Air- Accepts Penalty ^Puerto Rican nation- to death for trying President Truman, appeals in his be- and authorities said be executed as soon }ts thcT-date. ,borites Retain Views t 6 (IP) —Forms iei Clement Att- said Thursday the party would work ^"ogmtion of the Chinese «ts as the representatives in the United Nations. i*S™ £- F s"* tea Truman asked Congress St'wo Thursday to be used in in the White House in case J: president doesn't like the r$5,;61,000 renovation. L KbaE Proposal Accepted IK Italy, June 6 ilP» —Lliana C-r,' ^ 17-year-old Milan ste- ItLr said Thursday Prince an'had asked her to mar- rVnen Rita Hay worth gets t Plans Appeal Case Sser Shi*ine Destroyed 'Sister 'Carrie 1 FilrnTd: Be Released By ALINE MOSBY HOLLYWOOD. June 6 (IPJ-Para-- mount is releasing" "Carrve" with fanfare and Oscar hopes, ..but on a quiet side street in Hollywood the shrine of Theodore Dreiser, the author, is being destroyed. The long-awaited movie, starring Jennifer Jones and Laurence" 01 i- vier, is from Dreiser's famous novel, "Sister Carrie." v 'It's wonderful you being paid every two weeks now— one.week's salary just WASN'T enough." WILLIE ANTONIO, June 6 UiV-As- £ U. S. Attorney Bradford jsid Friday rsday that he a federal district^court fca.tbat freed four New York: ^e m a technicality after they e convicted of smuggling $500,- Irri of marijuana. Degrees are Noral WDliams, [fetccde Young, 33. Rebecca Smalls, 31, and Laura . 36. Tne women are sisters. ? were caught with 140 Es of marijuana, wgth about retail, while changing at San Antonio, and were on May 22 But Federal |isi Judge Ben H. Pdce Jr., •» out the case late Wednes- sfcewit out on'the contention la defense that the tnd'cirhents^ a charge that the defendants n'Jy and knowingly facili- jis transportation of mari- ^rd said an "identical" ii case was won recently gl. but if his appeal is he will simply have the re-indicted and, try^them .Viatic and African fish 5 overland by jerking along on tails, gills and. -by Leonard Sansome ...BUT I HAVE A HE APACHE .MYSACROIUAC 6 ACT! N' UP...AN'! THINK I PROB-'LV HAVE PINK TOOTWBKUSH, YOU JOST GET INTO BED, WILLIE great novelist died, and unhappy over wood's treatment of his books,' in 1945. ' Ever since his wife, Helen, has"' kept his home exactly as he left it, right to his fedora on the hat tree. But. her, sister, revealed Wednesday that Mrs. Dreiser finally has consented to move from the "ghost tfouse" and destroy the shrine""to her late husband. "" "- "You can't go on living with the dead, you know," Mrs. Myrtle Butcher sighed. "It's better not to live with the past. "Mrs* Dreiser has been ailing since his death. They we're r so devoted. Finally I sensed .this thing* and had her taken to her "home in Oregon. She's better now. ' "She's agreed to send his manuscripts and personal things to the University of Pennsylvania's Dreiser Memorial." In the empty, sun-lit, home on Kings Road, you get the feeling that the white-haired writer has just left for nearby Schwab's* drugstore to buy a cigar. , His famous canes still stand hi the corner. The furniture, paintings, records and hooks haven't been touched. His fav- orite garden*"chair ~ still faces 'the^best view'in;the garden. His* desk, • where 'he „ wrote "An American Tragedy" '•• and "Sister Carrie, -"still holds his books and good luck penguin. His "pencils are held in a tiny canoe, like the one Shelley Winters drowned, from in "A Place in the Sun," the second movie version of "An American Tragedy." Every day Mrs. Dreiser or Mrs. Butche- has placed his usual fresh flower on his desk. 1 The cast of his hand, taken after he died, lies life-like on the desk. A death mask of the novelist hangs r in the -living room. „ t • • '"His -clothes hunff in* the closet, for. a. year^. after, he ** TVf-v*c -Ttiet/>Via'i* coir] '*'SJH<* * Hard To. Discourage SEATTLE', juue u L (i?i — : James E. Daniels, 39; just dl-' vorced from his 14th wife, said Friday he would try again to find "that one girl for me who 'must . be somewhere in the world." , ' THE BAYTOWN SUN, FRIDAY, JUNE 6', "1952' —Page 3 £• ,Three-out of every four .traffic accidents in the United States occur on dry pavement in. clear weather. Cigarets were> first manufactured in the United States in 1864. 300 Tons Of Potatoes Froni Spain Condemned By UNITED PRESS NEW YORK, June 6, KB—Potato- hungry-i -Key >Yprkers groaned, Thursday wHen'the Department of Agriculture condemned a shipment oi 6,159-bags of spuds from'Spain, each weighing 100 pounds. The department said the potatoes were infested with a tiny worm 'that has' proved destructive to crops aljl over the world. , Hurt His Feelings? ^.T V WASHINGTON, jime « , -Ajsensitive motorist;'complain-! -/< ed in a f orumfon the "capital's ",/ traffic problems- that'."stop"'";* signs are too blunt? He' suggest-' c J ' ed that tbey K read: -"Yield Right Of Way." „ A law prevents the' design./w United States coins from being changed more than once every 25 years. J ' „ - - ~s .Butcher said, kept his night light burning for a year. v He died right here in their- bedroom. She always felt he was still here." Now Dreiser books are in vogue again, and movies of them have found wprld-wide frame. Outside his Italian-style white home is a "for sale" sign. • "Too bad he didn't live to see 'A Place in ihe^Sun' and 'Carrie'," Mrs. Butcher said. "H3 would have liked- them." 2 Boys Want To Buy Governor's Limousine LANSING, Mich., June 6 (IP) ~ Gov. G. Mennen Williams said Friday two 15-year-old boys have offered-him. a "reasonable price" for his limousine which'was damaged in a recent collision. Williams said he explained in a letter to the* boys that the car belongs to the state and can't be sold «** NSW PLACES TO NSW PIMSS TO SSS *. 4 end new seeing power. Let Texas State Optical 7 * ' registered, experienced optometrists guide you in the safeguarding of your precious eyesight. THE ALAMO; Regular $24 Value Bifocals AS LOW AS INCLUDING EXAMINATION 85 305 W. Texas Ave. Dial 7008 -AND RELAX/ I'/W GOING OUT TO THE GOODNESS/THAT WAS, A FAST KECOVEKX WILLIE/ Corpse Of Yogi Will Hot Decay Rita for Dessert • Tonight GLENDALE, Calif.. June 6 CUV- - A mortuary director admitted Friday he was "astonished" at the lack of decay-in the body of. a Yogi religious leader 20 days after his death. -Harry T. Rowe, mortuary direc— tor of Forest Lawn Memorial Park cemetery, said that continuous observation of the body of Par- •amhansa Yogananda from the day "he died in Los Angeles on March 7 until his casket was sealed oa March 27 failed to" detect any signs of decay. Rowe, whose staff embalmed Yogananda's body and observed it until the casket was sealed, said the case was the ' r most extraordinary in our experience." He made the revelation in a letter to the Seif-Realization Fellowship/founded by Yogananda. Rowe said the "astonishment" of his staff increased "as day followed day without bringing any visible change in the body." He theorized that Yogananda was "apparently in a phenomenal state of mutability." . ^The mortuary director said -the Hindu religious leader's body was emblanced with the "customary" fluid on March 8. Yogananda's casket now- rests in a- crypt at the mausoleum awaiting enshrinement by the sect he founded. 5 Texas Cities Among Top Building Centers • AUSTIN, June 6 flR—Five Texas cities placed among the nation's top 25 in value of building permits issued during the first four months •bf 1952, the University of Texas Bureau of. Business Research reported Thursday. ' • Wichita Falls, the report said, was 25th. San Antonio 20th, Fort Worth 19th, Dallas sixth, and Houston fifth. NEY (BROW FORMING ESU JUST UNPACKED P1HA WOMEN'S SIZES 30 TO 38 S THE T °P FABRIC IN BLOUSES WITH LOTS AND LOTS ,OF SI ^AL DETAILED WORK. HAS . ALL . THE 'NEEDED S TO MAKE IT A FLATTERING EAT T1NY TUCK ~ S < .SMART. TREATMENTS^ LARGE FLOW- TAB COLLARS, NEAT VEST OCKETS. 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