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Cloudy HAYSIIORK WKATUKK — through Wednriufoy, warmer nlRht. Temperature fil-1*. (MILVKSTON TIDES: lUffK Fur Wednemlay— 1:42 p.m. 11: I* p.m. t:52 p.m. lagtouin NEWSPAPf-K VOL. 36. NO. 242 TODAY'S NEWS TODAY Tuesday, March 20, 1956 BAYTOWN, TEXAS TELEPHONE: 1302. fivr. C*r»t* IKE VETO SEEN ON SENATE FARM Buildings. Equipment Valued at $409,600 City To Pay $16,000In Insurance Premiums By ED TILLEKV 81111 Staff AVriter - The City of Bayto'wn will pay out approximately $16,000 in- insurance premiums in 1956. : Darrell Tuck, chairman of the insurance committee of the Baytown. Insurance Exchange, said paid out this year for hospitaliza- lion, burglary insurance and others. . : • .;' : A breakdown of the various, assets insured shows: ••':.' 1. Special assets, including.auto- mobHes, trucks and machinery are insured by Arnctt and Co., 3. .Firemen's benefit. policy by policies carried by member agen- of Tuck, Fahy Godfrey and Jim Since fire insurance is not sold Tuck: Ins U.r an cu. agency, with cios of the Baytown Exchange is Bond. ''•••. ' singly, extended coverage mclud- prcmiums for .$.310.-' set up over a three-year period Chairman Tuck pointed out the ing wind, hurricane, hail and oth- 4.: Burglary insurance by Fahy with the rate for 1956 calling for"~~s v ddition ofi 12 -properties for in- er elements, are written into the Godfrey." Insurance agency .with premiums amounting to S2.884.42, snran'ce in' the.' 1 . "1956 list of the policies premiums at 5175,45. and the premiums tp.be paid in city. The major additions include The first policy written by the .5. Swimming' pool insurance by 1957 and 1953 dropping to -S2.260.66 the fire station on Market with Bay town Exchange on city hold- thc premiums on the total' S409.600' with premiums t'otalinj: S5558.02. insured valuation of city buildings nnd equipment would total $2/ 2., .Group life and Hospitalization, insurec wy tho Northwestern £84.42. A. V. Barber, city finance National Life Insurance Co., for taling- $365. Fahy Godfrey with premiums for $200.-'-'.'.:.." . : :••'; "• •". : : " 6. Fidelity .Bonds insured by Fahy Godfrey with premiums to- 'director, said $13,416.47 will be S3358 in : premiums. per year. ; The total insured valuation of various city properties was as• ccrtained at a .meeting of ' the city -council's Insurance commit- on E. James, with a valuation of valuation of $30,000, the water ings was drawn in 1947 on a tower acquired with the annex- five-year plan, renewed in 1952 on ation of. Cedar Bayou, valued at the throe-year basis, and renewed $20,000, and the water tower built again during the current period. The fire and extended .coverage tee and the insurance committee $67,500. Tuck said Bavtonians enjoy the (See INSURANCE—Page Two) YOUNGSTERS IN THE NEWS - I ;f sun I spots i >..* Barbecue Canceled A BARBECUE previously scheduled b> thc Grace Methodist Builders' class for Tuesday night has been canceled Mrs M, S. Jordan said. The cancellation was made because of illness of several class members. Radio Club To Meet BAYTOWN AM A T E U R Radio club will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the National Guard Armory. A code class for beginners will begin at 6:30 p.m. Bob Franklin, operator of radio station W5OX and owner of a communications equipment firm in Houston, will be speaker at the main meeting. Easter Bosket Sde DeMOLAY MOTHER'S club will have an Easter basket sale from !) a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Wednesday in front of Brail's store on West Texas avenue, Mrs. Bob Mathcrne said Tuesday. Proceeds from the club project will be used for a upring banquet honoring the JJoMolays. Troffk School •POLICE CHIEF W. R.,-Montgomery. w »th Patrolmen . Calvin Istrc'arid Janics Taylor, is attending a traffic school In Austin this week. Montgomery is taking' a refresher course in 'traffifcienginecr- )ng .while, the patrolmen arc tli'idying traffic law enforcement. Well Spudded In TEXAS CO. has spudded in the No. 1 Mrs. A. A- DnvU on a 132 acre lease In the Charles C. P. Welch /survey. It is projected to 13,500 feet. Grace oil brought in the Ash- bol Smith No. 5 in the William Scoit Ijower League. It is producing 25 barrels on a pump from 275! feet. Highway Meet Set BAYTOWN CHAMBER of Com- merces Highway committee _ will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the chamber office. 34 North Ashbol. The E r ° l 'P will discuss its highway program with County Commissioner V. V. Ramsey. Included In tho discussion will be a project concerning a bridge across Cedar Bayou. It's Time For Young Men's Fancies Etc. By UMTKI) PRESS Spring officially came to Texas Tuesday and for once thc weather agreed with the season. Technically thc wenthcnnnn clocked spring in at 9:21 a.m. Tuesday. JU came one clay early because this is leap year. •'1 SIXGIXG ORI'HAXS TRV JOE CRKAM—Two members • of ths Ciu-ii Matt-rim choir, Italian orphans making a concert- tour in tho United; Stales, Felicia I'ofttbcchi Oeft), 9. anil Vittoro Burbato, 10, get iheir first tastf of American ice cream In a..Philadelphia, hotel. itt'-f (InU-rnutionnl Souiulphoto) SHE'LL DANCE—One day after undereoinjr . a delicate heart; operation. Jan Secdlock, ]'*, of Albuquerque, X. Mex., .sits up in St.'Vinvent Charity hospital. Cleveland, and is reported "doing- line." Th« operation was.to correct a defect in the partition between the ventricles. Dr. Earle 15. Kayo IHirformcil the Mir.srery with the aid of a mechanical pump. It !•• expected that Jan MOW wjll be able, to tap dunce, her nmhition. (International) Demos Boast Victory By 'Back Door' WASHINGTON —UP— Senate Re* pubhcan leader William" F. Know- s land predicted after a White Hou«e conference Tuesday that President Eisenhower will -veto the Senate,- passdd farm bill unless it is "modi-" fied" by a Senate ~ House, confer-^ ence committee. " -~ Knowland fR-Cahf.) and other* GOP legislative leaders discussed the farm, bill with Mr. Eisenhower at their weekly legislative conference Tuesday. Senate Democrats meanwhile boasted that they had won a "back door" victory over the administration in the fight over high price supports in the farm measure, Knowland said that "everyone, including the President' expressed, hope at the White House meeting that the conference committee '•may modify the bill." "It is unworkabte in its present form," said Knowland. I "I don't see how, if the bill was left in its present form, the President could sign it" Administration rorces until .Monday night had been successful in beating back Democratic efforts to replace flexible price supports with high rigid ones. But Democrats at the last minute pushed through a farm bill amendment designed to lift sharply the present support price floor of 75 per cent of parity for corn, cotton.,and'.wheat-; The Senate then went on to pass, 93-2. an omnibus far mbill that would increase farmers' election- year income hundreds of millions of dollars. Major provisions of the legisla-. bon call for mandatory participation by farmers in a $1.2 billion soil bank, modified flexible price supports, continuance of dual parity, an increase in dairy price supports and two-price programs for rice and wheat. The measure now goes to the House which last year approved rigid price supports at 90 pf-r cent o£ parity for corn, cotton, peanuts, rice and wheat. House farm leaders said they would send the two versions o£ Maine .to .West Virginia in'.- the , .closed: : AlU;New; .York .and . New. and 2,000.;pieces" oF-equipment to con^ren^^^omrmUe^'lale 361 *!! spring storm wlu'ch dumped up tQ:-:Jersey schools in the snowbelt work: to .clear .traffic lanes and W0f ,i, nr nt)V( . ,,«„_ th _ _»„« „. *>.„ «it :.,^u-., «*•„««,.. «« 1 A ,-*«l~r- : *,-«»,X yit.^nv.n^1 „!«*.«,3<' .,«t;l f,,..tu«» *.««.*».".« «^^'.;^ j-—-«:t- rm.-' -..».. vv cv.n. \JL itc.-v\, <m.t.i. tuy auu-L UL uiu world news in brief MIAMI — Coast Guard plane . swd divers search Bahams area where private plane crashed but turn up no trac« of the bodies of two socially prominent couples and. their, pilot PARIS — - Ambassador- Dillon announces full U. S. support for France's .emergency .program to pacify terror-ridden Algeria. A'LSTIX. — State insurance commission iisfcjs that American Atlas Life Insurance Co. of Dallas be put in receivership. MINNEAPOLIS — Adlai E. Stevenson and Sen. Estes, Kefauver clash in their first head-on .test of. strength in Minnesota's presidential primary. NICOSIA. Cyprus — Hundreds of flag-waving Turkish Cypriots •.uarm through streets smashing Greek shop windows and shouting for revenge against Greek Cypriots. 'XOX!'—Arriving from Paris by plane,.veteran French actor Maurice Chevalier silently expresses his opinion of >"ew York's weather. It was snowing, heavily, when plane landed. (International); 130 Dead In East- 30 Million Battle Snow NEW YORK —UP—' Thirty jobs from scores of suburbs were -remove their cars from Vdrifts, million ' persons' fought their way unable to fight their way through ..clear paths 'for walking, and out of a paralyzing- snowstorm snowdrifts or find adequate trans- arrange special facilities for get- that affected' their ' jobs,. schools, portation. : ; . .-. , -:\ ting food.'milk, fuel'and medical transportation, and their economy. Nearly- every school in the care'where necessary. At least 130 were' dead from' affected East Coast area was New York:city put. 8,000 S'JTDY? KIUJS SELF — H-^ yeiir-olil Guy William Hamilton lithoveV is <lc:itl in l.os Angeles because he didn't want to do "'is school work. His mother told him ho wnuhl hnvp to .study before ROinir out. and Guy pot his Menfntli- rr'.s rifle. triKCered it with his too and shot himself in tlir- head. Hi* body \viis found next to his homework. (IntcrnnUonaD BtGGICST PAKTY HE KVKK HAD—Preparing to leave Perth Amboy Genenil hospital, where he, has been confined for nearly a year. Billy McKlhone. 7. excitedly tells nurse JJary Ann Johnson about n benefit party being planned for him by the whole town of Laurence Harbor, X. -T. Billy received first, second and third decree burns when ii workman's flaro overturned, covering: him with flaminIT oil. t(ntorniit'ional) Trustees Re-Elect Baytown Teaching Staff Only Four Are Not Returned In School Board Action The School Board re-electeci the list proposed or amended is rati- er in most of the elementary 21 inches of snow, on 14 states. New York city, buried under 14 inches of snow,- was Uie hardest hit.. Tuesday, 12 hours, after the snowfall "had stopped, its massive crippled, many of its businesses were idle, schools were closed and hundreds of miles of streets were blocked. The weather bureau announced that spring: arrived officially at 9:21 a.m. cst Tuesday but first- day-of-spring- temperatures were not expected to melt much of the deep snow covering:. Weathermen said the mercury would stay in the low 30s most of the day in the stricken area. Snow melting temperatures were not expected for several clays at least. • The Commerce and Industry Association estimated the snow had already cost New York city- businesses S150 million. Many firms closed or operated only a few hours Monday. Some 33 per cent of New York workers who commute to their 5 Charged On Liquor Violations Five persons charged Monday in justice court with liquor law violations have made bonds ranging from $200 to .$400 and are awaiting trial. Ivory Spencer and his cousin, D. V. Spencer, charged with sale an-i possession of intoxicating liquors were ordered closed'' until further remove snow 'notice. ••••'. -.-..- /estimated ? ow" deposits. - The' city Hou-=e Agriculture committee has . it would ;• cost : ST ; million j^^e '- " Most persons gave up all social and take /several days ;to. -clear- th g ena t e activity while' they worked to worst of th' 'snow. away. _; ;'. ij^g conference commit tee' will have the difficult job of .trying' to iron out House, and Senate„differences over the, legislation and also of clarifying: some of-the provisions 'NO FISH, NO HOT DOGS,' SAY YOUNG VAGABONDS Ol 1 Poppy To Pass Bjscuits Once Again Two hungry runaways from Gnlveston were picked up by police in Baytown early Tuesday after they had been lured here by a foot- long- hotdog-. The two lo-yenr-olcls who had been fishing'"somewhere-between Baytown and Liberty" hitchhiked back toward Baytown Momln.v 'night, stopped at u night cluli which they (houicht w'ava 1 "doghouse," and finally came into town Tuesday morning:. They were washing: their feet anil watering their black Cocker doff nt u .service, station on Highway 14fi, and preparing ,to cross the street for the foot-long- hotdog when police found them. "We caug-ht no fish nml sot no hotdojrs. Guess we'll take our dog hack to Gulveston and return to school," one of the boys said. Heavy Vote Being Predicted In Public Housing Election Because of the large number of FORT WORTH —UP— W. Lee (Pappy) O'Daniel came out of political, retirement Tuesday to enter the race for governor of Texas. O'Daniel, a onetime flour salesman who once served as Texas governor and later'as.U. S. Senator, announced his candidacy in a radio talk last night. He said he was entering- the race "prayerfully," and on a platform of the Ten Commandments. His entry, he, said, was like" David with a slingshot, fighting the "mightv The Baytown Ministerial alliance hordes of Goliath with their bulg- poll tax receipts issued this yea- recently reaffirmed its resolution in? bags of money." in Baytown and the interest shown favorin £ P«»>Hc housing after the three other candidates already . - . . , group received reports that several are in the race for the Democratic in the issue at hand, a heavy vote of the ministers originally favoring nomination, which Gov. Allan Shiv- is anticipated Saturday in the the issue had changed their views. crs will > not seek this year, and public housing- election, Baytown Homeowners associa- O'Daniei's entry posed a problem Polls will remain open from 7 tion has gone on record as oppos- of possible ballot confusion, a.m. to T p.m. and voting: machines ing federally public housing while Hf> llbp S(M1 Pn>P r)a ' r will be in use at all Baytown pre- the Greater Baytown Improvement cincls. group has been active in cam- The Saturday election will deter- paigning in its favor, mine whether citizens favor fed- ^,£?na Olive, city secretary, ^—< ^ cral public housing projects in this said qualified voters are those who area. The issue has been opjnly rendered property for taxation, who He. like Sen. Price Daniel (D- Tex.), announced in a radio talk earlier in the month that'he was considering: running- for governor. Both asked for public response. he was overwhelmed bevond his "fondest ex- at day morning. That best describes the annual session at which the concurring elected. One college faculty member was not re-i-lccicS, although there may schedule for the new term, but it Temperatures, too. generally public school faculty Monday night fied by the board. Thc minutes do schools. ngrcod with thc season in Texas. antl tho • LjCC College faculty Tucs- not show names of those not re- "" ' Amarillo and Dalhart, in the Panhandle, were the only stations reporting freezing temperatures early Tuesday. Both places had a low of 32 degrees. A new cool front was forecast to move into hie state late Tues- Pa's are studied by day night or ealy. Wednesday, but It is policy in Baytown schools elected, but further consideration forecasters said it wouldn't cause that, the staff makes recommencfa- will be given one of thc throe, any appreciable drop in tempera- tions. but thc last word of autho- One at Cedar Bayou Junior high tm'es, rit.V is vested in thc board. did not seek rcappointment. In parlance of the street, if not of thc august board room, it is the board that, "hires and .fires." Only four of the more than 400 faculty members? will not return. 1'n the formal board action, the "itrout i nermlt were arrested <it ° p1poscvd bv "^ Bay-town Real Es- have been residents of the state m ^^ hlm to seek thc post. Daniel Tunio'lc^o i Doctor TLnoV~ ~° - board . whlle th ° Bayttnvn for not lcss than one >' car - the likewtae said in Washington that _,,_,., , juiuo. suatu inspector J..L. ijou 0 Housing autnonty and other or- city of not less than six months, he has been deluged with more The board also had" planned to las, the raiding officer, said. Ivory ganizutions have combined" efforts and who have 1956 poll tax re- than 21,000 letters and tclegS to support it. ceipts. urging him to run. study further the BEA committee Spencer's bond was set at $400 recommendations of Supt George be further study by Gentry and was so !atc when th c teacher per- Charley Branch was •ccist H. Gentry and his staff of princi- Dean Walter Rundell. f" nncl P«>blcm was disposed of. with selling wine without r T,,cs- Pals are studied bv the trustees. Three at Carver were not re- 110 members voted to postpone at 1121 Cherry. His bo: r" i,,',t It is oolicv in Bavtown schools elected, but further consideration that consideration until a later $400. Around Town- In all other cases tho staffs of all the schools were re-employed. request for a more liberal salary while D. V. Spencer poster two bonds of S200 each. charged a Dcrmit bond was that consideration until a later $400. meeting. ' R. g. Dishman also posted $400 Most of thc time Tuesday night after charges with possession and was spent in studying a personnel sale of wine without a permit, problem at Carver. R OS a Clay Green, operator of the After more than two hours of Green Hornet in McNair. was Telephone Officials Here For Celebration Company Will Install 10,000th Instrument Friday Two officials of the General Telephone Co. of the Southwest will be in Baytown Friday when a trainee for the Illinois Telephone Co. in 192S. In 1934 he was transferred to the Telephone and then became president of Texas Telephone. In addition to his position with MARION BARREN having n difficult time explaining the. relationship of the Easter bunny and Easter eggs . . . Dick Carroll .says he feels wonderful but his hoarseness makes us think otherwise , . . Ma- KClle Box Kitting on top of the TV so she can hear since the oil clr!!!- outside began . . . Hannah Mrs. Betty Moneyhon Dies Mrs. Betty Cordelia Moneyhon, Hanson of Miami, Fla.; B. H. Han- 80, a resident of Baytown since son of Houston; L. H. Hanson 1020. died at 4:30 "a.m. Tuesday at Sr. of Baytown; A. F. Hanson of Bolmanshic offering to pose for a a Bay-town hospital after a long Tyler, and Clarence D. Moneyhon picture. illness. Dot Day and Lou Fuller thinking Funeral services will be held at what a tragedy it would ho should 2 p.m. Wednesday at Memorial they have me: In a recent style Baptist church wth tho Rev. A. show . . Callie Allman hack at work after a week's absence Jordan, pastor, officiating. Uur- of Baytown; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Maude Gootch of Codar Bayou: a stepson, D. S. Moneyhon of Dc- Quincy, T^i. Also surviving are two sisters. lal will be in Cedarerest cemetery MM. Lucy Hill of Houston, and .Tim Sherwood showing pictures of under direction of Paul U. Lee fun- MM. Dee Mattox of Baytown; two hi.s ancestors . . . Shirley Farmer eral home. brothers, M. AV. Jackson of Day- returns to a familiar spot after be- ^ fl 's- Moneyhon, a native of Liberty county, moved here with her family in the pionoor oil t'ioli) <)nys. She had been a inember of Memorial Baptist church for many years. ci'roppod and one other reassign- filed by Douglas against Jesse Moment bo held over for more study. Lcary. owner of the Casa Blanca All teachers in the system here at McNair, for operating after arc electee! subject to assignment hours and permitting consumption by the administrative staff. of beer on the premises."' Flying Bullet Strikes Boy riccocheting bullet struck him Sunday afternoon. Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Bridges of 207 Ha.;kberry one ing gone for about :) month. The woman who :c.st«-,i ticket Officials nt the Lee relays about the movements of n watch can pirk up the \valrh "insidos" at the Baytmvn Sun office. ton, and J. A. Jackson of Clebimur; K) grandchildren and IS great- Survivors arc five sons, J. W. Gerald Hanson. Pallhojirers will be Nathan Hanson. Lately Fisher. Hollis Hanson, L. H. Hanson Jr. Monte Young and Ry ROSAUF. Sun Staff Writer Nine-year-old Michael Bridges, of S k e o t e r Orion's. Little LeagiuTS, is thinking- little of tho bullet wound in his leg- but he i.-s worrying plenty about the probability of bf-ing silk-lined during ball "t guess this vvi;l wash mo up with tho Little Leaguers," Mikf ns he. was taken home, pale mate. Hank Johnson, 9, went hik- Joe Ware, district manager of the company, announced that the General Telephone president, AV. G. Wright and E. H. Danner, operating vice president, will be here for the special ceremonies. Wright entered the independent telephone industry as chief cngi- nrei c r . the Michigan Associated Telephone Co., now General Telephone Co. of Michigan, in 1951. A year later he was transferred to the present company as operating vive president. In 1953 he became of the company. t also Texas Management Co. in Fort Wayne, Gcm.nl of the Soirhwt.st, Danner is also operating vice, president of Danner was vice president and the Texas Telephone Co. and Oklahoma Telephone Co. He was recently added to the board of vice president of Telephone directors of the General Telephone Services Inc. from 1940 to 1946 Co. of the Southwest. general manager of the Durham, Telephone Co. from 1935 to ing and hunting: with their BB >;v e r)hO"i«> Co. guns along Slapout. Gully. Some (Hsiiuice away. L('o Zog'.in. 17. and Telephone CV £>' (I the Oklahoma I>.innor has occupied his present position with the i:onipnriy sinco C;-rnupy Hai-.-is, 1."., who also live M arc!l 1 prior to that t'ime hft in Tjfthpxvoor! and are friends of Michael snd Hank, were shootina and perspiring from pain after a (S*e BOY—Pago Two) wns president of tho Texas Telephone Co. for 10 years. His first telephone job was as w. «. wniGirr E, IF,

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