The Taylor Daily Press from Taylor, Texas on June 17, 1954 · Page 1
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For Quality Merchandise At Outstanding Values Shop In Taylor On Value Days SHOP IN TAYLOR On Value Days Friday, Saturday iflic aa»lor jöaüj? fires? C l Ot’DY ANI» WARMER AP AND NCA TELEPHOTO SERVICE AP LEASED WIRE OLUME 40, NUMBER 183 TAYLOR, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1954 Pricc: 5c Daily, 10c Sunday •• * Lt. Timothy Bartosh McCarthy hearings Mear End Associated Press I This Is the 36th day of the ;arings on the dispute between mator McCarthy and high hntagon officials, and is exacted to be the last. Granger Mass Friday Lt. Timothy Bartosh Killed In Plane Crash Navy Lt. (.jpr) Timothy D. Bartosh, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Bartosh, Sr., of Grantor, was killed in a plane crash Wednesday afternoon about 2 :30 o’clock in Virginia. Young Bartosh, who would have been 25 today, was stationed at the Navy Air Station, Oceana, Virginia. A graduate of Granger high school, he attended St. Mary’s University In San Antonio before entering the U. S. Naval Academy In 1948, where he earned his wings after 2 years training. He graduated from the U. S Naval Academy in 1952, completed flight training and was designated a naval aviator in 1953. On June 7, 1952. Lt. Bartosh was married to Miss Angela J. Lyng of Baltimore, Md., who survives him. He is also survived by a one- year old daughter, Cathy Ann, his parents, and one brother, Lt,, _ ,. . _ . . . ... James Edward Bartosh of Camp on v a Saturday of th s | Hood , WCPi{ Requiem Mass will be said for Today merchants are busy Lt. Bartosh at the Catholic marking down prices and ar- Church in Granger Friday at ranging their stock for two very busy days of selling. Value Days Another big Value Days i\ro- motion is scheduled in Taylor Insurance Criticized Garrison Tells Kiwanians Alerted Public Opinion Needed To Help Stop The Highway Slaughter Board Is Being For Suspension Suspension Effective Yesterday By Associated Press Col. Homer Garrison, director Col. Oarrison continued Attorney General John Ben Shepperd sharply criticizes the Ancj state board of insurance com- 6 a m. Mr. and Mrs T. D. Bartosh Sr., Lt. James Edward Bartosh of Camp Hood and the Rev. c, * w . . Father Arthur Michalka of Senator Me ,arthy is due to Granger left by plane this morn;turn to the witness stand . . . id ho appears to be set to fire j , b jn A1| t National 10 thl buy|n,t Publlc Umt Taylor ~w verbal volleys a. the Dem- fune?a! ar *" — »« ““ r • - rangements were pending Army Counselor Joseph Welch arrival of his parents. iys he may be able to end his , ------- -m- -------- oss-examination of McCarthy _ . _ time for a delayed lunch hour, j ScVITIOUr S 58th the Taylor Value Days are sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce Business Promotion Committee on the third week end of each month as a demonstration stores have an abundance of the J latest merchandise at money saving prices. They arc design- j ed to stimulate buying on th » part of those in the Taylor trade | territory and in thé entire area, j The event this week is well publicized. In addition to thr bargains offered in The Pres^ i today, news of the event is .spread throughout Taylor by the use of special Value Days post- •lestions from the 4 Republican . * ■* ■ hd 3 Democratic members >f Al*,nUO; KOuCO he hearing- committee seem V, , [e about exhausted . . barring OOCIIS I OOGV pme new flareyp this morning 1 ' If the Army-McCarthy hear- j SEYMOUR (/p) —Flags and |igs come to a halt today, as bunting arc flying In the breeze ors ¡n the show windows of all Jems likely, the official tran-1 ^ the North Texas town of | merchants participating in ths ;ript should run to about one Seymour. ; event. llllion 700-thousand words. I he occassion Those stores participating in hat’s about twice the size of Seymour’s 58th annual rodeo le King James version of the ancj reunion, opening todav. ible . which, says the libra- The unique thing about the if of Congress, has 774,746 town’s annual rodeo is a 2-ring ords. arena that Is featured In each Up until today, the official show. The sponsors promise ranscrlpt of the hearing.« filled something will be happening 5 volumes of testimony—each ¡every second They call it the tie size of a big city telephone ! world’s largest amateur double Irectory. rodeo in the world. Impressive statistics, you say. The rodeo, originated more es, but not a record by any than half a century ago, is leans. For example, the Senate- sponsored by the Seymour ouse Pearl Harbor Investiga- Chamber of Commerce. Just n>n in 1945-46 heard about 10 about every business man in illllon words of testimony. town serves on some sort of a committee. Directing the show I this year is a Seymour bank employe, Haney “Cotton" Covi ington. The Seymour show lasts for ¡3 days . . . ending Saturday. Yes, Sir, That's My Baby" F.t. Ben F. Meer of Kcrmit, Tex., is greeted by his wife, France*, and gets the first look at his 11-month- okl daughter, Sally, on his arrival at San Francisco aboard the transport Gen. William Weigel. Meer was among approximately 1,153 officers and enlisted men of the 40th Infantry Division returning lo the United States from Korean war duty. • AP Wirephoto Mendes-France Asks To Be Confirmed Premier By Associated Press 47- year- old Pierre I He told the deputies he will Mendes- achieve peace in Indochina . . . France has asked national assembly him as premier. Marciano Will Fight E. Charles Toniçiht By Associated Press the French I by July 20th or resign, to confirm ! In asking for support, Mendes- France said that before July 20th he would submit a detailed , | program for economic recovery j and would ask for special power , j to put It into effect. Taylor Value Days and helping to pay for it with their own money can be distinguished by looking for the big "TVD” signs In their windows. na^Ucinating 4'5 iV^ Taylor Value ' HeiJvywf‘lK*?t CJlan?£!on 1'0)(’ky bly n chance, without further i stree't had raised fr om a kitten participating in layior vaiui i Marciana risks his title against dHav (n flpridc France's noltev I L f Days and offering special bar- | ox_chamnlon Ezzard rharlcs to- ’ oeciac France s policy uas shot last niRht, the little gains to the shoppers of Taylor , nlRht in a j5-r0unc) bout in Ncv IEuropean armv . Rlrj-S mother reported this morn- of the Texas Department of Pub- it’s all needless, wanton waste mission? rs lie Safety, told Taylor Kiwanians caused by carelessness and ne- Wednesday an alerted public gleet. opinion Is needed to help stop ‘ In Texas alone,’’ he said, "one , the slaughter on the highways person dies in traffic every 3:42 suspended of Texas and the nation minutes, and one person is in“I wish we could declare an jured every 2 2/3rds minutes, armistice, like the Korean arm- and the economic loss every istlce,’’ Col. Garrison said, to minute Is $283 " stop the slighter on our high- six an Hour ways. six Texans die and 34 are in*'When the fighting ended in jured every 24 hours, Col. Oar- Korea, 30,000 servicemen had lost rison said their lives fighting for their “Six polio cases in one year | country. In the same period of would cause the people of a | time, 03,000 Americans last their community to do something I lives in traffic accidents, a about, it Six polio cases in /ie 1 thri>e-to-one ration.” month would probably cause the Since this nation was estab- citizens to close down the j llsh^d 177 years ago, one mil- schools and launch an all-out i lion Americans have lost their preventat ive campaign against I i lives in all wars. Col. Garrison the disease | said But in only the last 53 “Yet, six Texans die in traf-! ' years, since the first traffic ac- fic every single day, and appar- clttent in New York City oc- ently no on" thinks much about 1 cur red in 189« ortr million Amer- it,” Col, Garrison continued 3«,«00 Die Since 1037 in Texas, 36.000 persons have died in traffic, one million have been injured, and erand jury said Wednesday the the economic loss amounted to Lloyd r of North America insur- more than a billion dollars, he ance case is “hotter than a flre- sald. cracker." Nine hundred and twenty- Foreman Harry Burket made eight persons have died in Tex- (he comment to reporters after as st) far this year The death the jury opened its *)robe of the rate is going up 3 percent this rase by conferring several hours year. with Attorney General John ' No city or state can ever ¡shepperd and District At- make substantial reductions In torney Ewing Werlein. A black and white persian cat death* without adequate city or Aft;, hearing three witnesses leans have lost their traffic accidents. lives in Col. Garrison said that every time one soldier is injured in Kore.i, 34 persons are Injured in the U. S. in traffic accidents. "Tills is a high price to pay for our modern traffic system," pendine the General American Casualty Company. The San Antonio firm was est Insurance receivership case Texas ever has known Shepperd says under the law he is required to take over the care which Shepperd says was ‘dumped on my office by the insurance commission.” The company has 120-thousand policy holders in Texas and nine other states. The commission • chairman. Garland Smith, says company officials voluntarily asked *‘ 11 ° board to suspend the firm’s Certificate. The company lays its woes to a candidate for governor ... a politician it doe^ not name. However on June 12th, the Aus tin candidate, Ralph Yarborough. charged that a certain 5- million dfllar insurance firm could not pay its claims. In Houston Wednesday the foreman of a Harris County Children's Pet Found Shot and vicinity on Friday and Saturday. York’s Yankee Stadium, weather permitting. And here’s the fore- Moreover, the premier-desig- two R>rtS 0f m ,- ;md state law enforcement agencies," tod ly the jury recessed until nat.e said he will give the assem-1 Mrs MeiViri Leschuber. 606 Sloan | Col Garrison said, adding that Monday, by which time Burkett the Texas Highway Patrol is 50 satd, additional witnesses will percent under staffed have been subpoenaed. "In states where they have <<j (*,in’t give you their names ideqqate numbers of highway or tneir connection and I don’t project. patrolmen, they also have tnf iounly Approves 129 Transfers Attorney Escapes Injury In Crash GEORGETOWN, June 17, (Spl> ie county school board met ijth County Superintendent tilbert Conoley in his office |nd approved 429 school transits for the coming year, Cono-! )y said SMITHFIELD, //Pi—A Civil Members of the county board Aeronautics Administration at lclude S. E Harris, Sr., George- torney, William Crawford of >wn; T. W Holmstrom Tay- Fort Worth, has escaped injury >r; Jim C Pope Granger; J. E. when he made an emergency IcMaster, Florence and W. E. landing near Smithfield, Texas, ienna, Round Rock. His single-engine rented plane Deadline for lar was June 1, instead of the brakes to prevent hitting Lugust 1, as in former years. FIRM PAGE Penney’s 2 Holman-Miller 2 Zidell.s 3 Kind Hardware 4 and 5 Zoblotsky Shoe Store 4 Salms Fabric Shop 4 Anthonys ........................... 5 Gell mans ............................ 6 Mar,pe Mens Store 6 Marse Womens Store ......... 6 Schleider Furniture Co. 8 Needham Pharmacy ......... 8 Miles and Lindell ............. 9 Montgomery Ward ............. 11 Brunner and Williams ....... 14 won from Partly Cloudy, Warm By Patterson Bros. Partly cloudy and warm this afternoon, tonight and Friday. ing. After Mendes-Franee finished Mrs. Leschber said neighbors cast,,,TairtonVght*a1nd'continued i his RPccch* a number of deputies 1 heard the shot and that she 1 lowest death rate," the colonel leool-hiBh tonioht • hoi.t r,n de- worp to *sk Rpeclflc found the cat in her back yard said | prees ‘ questions on his proposals This this morning. "I do not think He said he wa. proud of the may take until late tonight, . . the cat bothered anyone," she Texas Highway Patrol, that Marciano is a solid betting and the vote on his bid is not said, "and the children (age 6 they’re under paid and work favorite to keep the crown he | expected before tomorrow night, and 4i are all broken up ov^r long hours because they feel Jersey Joe Walcott, at the earliest. their loss." t their responsibility to the citi- ~ zens. , Local law enforcement officials were guests of the Klwanis Club to hear Col. Garrison. | Jack Barkley was program Other minimum temperatures yesterday . . . 109. Galveston’s chairman during the night were Texar- gulf breezes kept the mercury kana 63, El Paso 68, Lubbock 69, Lufkin 71, College Station 71, Midland 73, Childress 73, Tyler The front is dry and proceeding 73. Austin 74, Houston 74, Waco Lower Rio Grande Valley is under clear skies. 1 74, San Antonio 75, Del Rio 75, rushing past Laredo toward the Weather throughout Texas is San Angelo 75, Abilene 76, Falcon Dam reservoir Massive generally fair. Forecasts call for Brownsville 76, Dallas 76, Wlch- | rains earlier in the week in the thundershowers late in the day ita Falls 76, Mineral Wells 76, i Eagle Pass and Brackettville Cool Front Enters The Panhandle ; By Associated Press A new cool front is moving j south trom Dalhart in the Panhandle. dropping hot temperatures a little as it whips along. there at 88 or lower ... the low maximum of the day. Water critically needed in the Boston Man Found Shot BOSTON, r/P> fied by police A man identi- even want to disclose how many until the summons are served," Burkett said "I will say this thing is not eoin^i to be wound up with any two-day hearing It will go past Monday’s session." Today’s witnesses include an unidentified Houston notary public and two of Shepperd’s assistants, Rudy Rice and Ed Weiss. Sheoperd and his assistants brought with them 474 exhibits which had been prepared for last week’s Austin hearing which led to the appointment of a permanent receiver for the Houston insurance firm. Rice handled the state’, case for the Austin hear- as 44-year-o!d ing which ended with an out- th‘i «‘PPM »»«{ »Jf he “PPl>cd: ; ton,Kht ,5 1. instead of \ the brakes to prevent hitting a, H’gh 98 Low 73 fence. in the Panhandle and South Laredo 77. Galveston Plains . . . and in the northwest Presidio 80 part of East Texas. The lowest night temperature Th<> same Presidio was at Dalhart, a 62. The high- Mexican border was . 80 and on the as usual sections were running off. The water couldn't have come at a more opportune time . . . for the valley was almost out of water for the second time in est was at Corpus Christi 81 the hottest spot in Texas'two months. George O’Brien, of Quincy, Mar. nchusetts who 2 months ago was acquitted of taking part in the 1952 theft of $681,700 from an armored truck in Danvers, was found shot, in the head today Hospital doctors placed his name on the danger list of-court agreement for receivership. The attorney general, in commenting to reporters on the 474 exhibits, said the local grand jury would be interested only if any false statements were madn in Harris County. Here They Are—The Ugliest Men In Taylor Marvin Mikeska Harry Kovar Now is the time for all good Taylorites to select one of these tevcn (ugh! ) men for the “honor” of “Ugliest Man In Taylor.” The annual contest is sponsored by R. E. "Nitter" Kollnian Jack i’itsworth the Opti-Mrs. Club. Jars bearing pictures of the con» testants will be placed in business houses all over town in the penny-a-vote contest. All proceeds will he Harold Harkins Ciillis Conoley Charlie Zimmerhanyel used by the Opt'.-Mrs. to further their girls’ work pro- lady who’ll be named “Miss Williamson County” that jects. Winner of the Ugly Man Contest will be pre- night. If these pictures appear to be distorted “just sented at the annual July Fourth Bathing Beauty Re- ‘ ............... . view and will be rewarded with a kiss from the young a little bit they just could be. lannet io o

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