The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 21, 1956 · Page 3
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Baytown, Texas
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Wednesday, March 21, 1956
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Wednesday, March 21, 1956 U.S. Could Have Told Them Long Time Ago Ry UMTKD' PKKSS The 1 Communist, drive lo reduce the myth of the. late Joseph Stalin from UK: .status of Reel saint lo human tyrant surged forward un- aboted Wednesday. . . . The drive \v»s- set off by. ;\ -speech by Soviet Communist, party secretary Nikita Krushchev to the recent 20lh party congress in Moscow. In it he is. reported to have assailed the. Stalin legend of one-mani rule and to have emphasized the new Soviet policy of collective leadership. ' This new line promptly was indorsed by other Communist leaders, although it. left the Soviet people confused and reportedly resulted in violent protest demonstrations in Stalin's home state of • Georgia. ' Thousands of propagandists went into action to convince .the Soviet peoples that the new con cept was the right one. There were some dissents from Commu nist. mouthpiece:; outside the So viet' Union. However, Go or I malenkoy; chosen successor to the' late So vlet-dictator, was not among, the dissenters. He-jumped'.on'the anti- Stalin bandwagon in a', qunstion- and-answer appearance at a Labor party banquet in London Monday night. One of; those at the dinner said Malcnkov told the group the important thing in the Soviet Union now was that "they have established, the right to dissent outside being branded a traitor to the leadership, the party or the people." • . •' • The piulgy ex-premier said the new leadership now has cleaned up the Soviet, stopped dictatorship and "all the wicked things," and that there no longer was any need to worry. In Moscow, a new Soviet film has been completed which • will show that Stalin was something less than the great military genius he has long- been acclaimed by the Reds. Lions To Sell Light Bulbs For Club's Welfare Fund F. A. Richardson, chairman of the Lions Club light-bulb sale, announced April'23-25 as dates for the. three-day house-to-house campaign by club .members' at Tuesday's weekly meeting at'hte Tower. . ' Proceeds go lo the club welfare fund. Pal Fuller is In charge of sales to business establishment'! and has issued n challenge to other club members to outsell him. President Jack Strickler presided at the meeting. Dr. Joe Horezcy introduced Mrs. Dawn Fontaine, who appealed to members of the club to purchase Civic Music.memberships, "for the betterment of your community." Mrs. Fontaine, from national association headquarters, is in Baytown in connection with n weeklong membership drive. Headqunrt- stop asthma agony < Use Dr. Guild'* Green [Mountain Compound or Cigarette! BUY A NEW 19S6 FORD BEFORE LICENSE TIME (April 1st) Thad Felton's 1 $1oo A WEEK Buys This New Remington Rand ADDING MACHINE Take advantage of this The world's fasrest keyboard and trio most advanced adding machine. Rcmingvon Rand's new simplified adding machine handles figures fasler, more easily, more accurately and completes the toughest jobs on time at a min'mum cos!". [vQ DOWN PAYMENT REQUIRED Come in for a Free Demonstration maiherne's pftoftt IC90 ers are established, at the Chamber of Commerce office. Bill Strickler introduced his guest. Don Robinson, of the Tri Cities Merchants Bureau. R. T. Kerr's guest was Roy Young, Sam Houston State college senior, visiting Robert E. Lee for observation teaching. Dr. Malcolm Hunter was a guest of Eldon Berry. Jack Strickler introduced Jack Reber and Dr. Horeczy. Bill Hiiison introduced .Fred Til- Icry, his successor as Horace Mann Junior high, school principal. Bill Strickler was responsible for a film, showing the advantages of credit-buying with right and wrong methods clearly.portrayed. The film, shown by Walter Braun. wag produced by the Uni- versily of Oklahoma. No Wonder You're Lost In Chicago CHICAGO — UP — Illinois slate police explained Wednesday why it's sometimes hard to find your way around Chicago's southern suburbs: The streets can't make up their minds what to call themselves. They said 147th street is 1-lTth street' in Harvey, and it's Sibley Blvd. in unincorporated areas, 152ml Street in Dolton, and l-lotli Street in Poscn. Oil Output Drops Off TULSA —UP— Crude oil nnd lease condensate production in the U.S. dropped 11.350 ban-els this week from the previous Vi-ock, the Oil and Gas Journal reported Wednesday. Daily average output for the week ended March 17 was 7,163.110 barrels. This brought the year's total production to 5J"),S2G.190 compared with . r )17,90S.12-1 barrels for the srsMie period in 1955. Knnsns production was up 2,000 barrels for the week; Colorado up 1.100: Texas was unchanged; Arkansas production declined 700: Oklahoma down 1,6(10 and Ixwisi- ana down ."f>0. Salesmanship Is Topic For Course A course in elementary salesmanship will bo held nt Robert E. Lee high school from 7 until 0 p.m. Monday and Wednesday beginning April 2. The course will bo taught by I,. M.. Couch and will continue for three weeks. The class is being sponsored through Leo college for full-time sales people. Anyone interested in (he course should call Ihc REL Distributive; Education department before noon. The D. E. office telephone number is SSM5. After that itme, call the Lee college office at -til-it. Couch is the D. E. coordinator at the high school. 38 Million Is Asked i For Colorado Project j WASHINGTON'—UP— Sen. Ar- I thur V. WjUlsins ilMTtnht nskod the House Appropriations committee Wednesday lo approve r.n SS million budget request for the upper Colorado project so that cons',n:c- tion can be started "without any further delay." WMkins' request \vns ni.'idc in a statement presented to a subcommittee. 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