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March 22, 1956

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 4

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«*n0flM rtamb flMfl FfSfl Fol 5l/ThS WATER 15 SEE HERr* 1 CRYSTALLINE/ WE TKOJ9LE / WE LEAVE HD Agent Writes- 4-H'ers Conduct Craft Workshop po&o By Sam LeH iwf etAtyg . .ANT, AW1BACK XI.. Foreign News Analysis — h Maienkov A Trial Balloon? By CHARLES M. MCCAXX 11 cited Press Foreign Analyst Georgi M. MaleckoVs visit to London" has turned into quire an important occurrence. It now seems Iifceiy that Malen- JKJV was sent there by the Kremlin as a son of trial balloon, In other words, that the Kremlin used him 10 get an idea of the sort of reception that Premier Xikoiai A. Bulgaaia and Communist party chief Ki'sita S. Shrasb- chev' might expect on thsir visit nest month.. Bat by pare coincidence, Malen- fcov arrived in London just when the news broke that Khrushchev, In a secret so»ach to the re-cent TRADE-IN IS WORTH At Thod Felton's Communist congress ia Moscow, had completed the process of de- tounkiag Josef Stalin. Instead ot confining himself to junketing- about in his capacity of minister for electric power stations, Malenkov has bee sin constant communication with the Kraznlin. He also has been in frequent consultation with Soviet Ambassador Jacob Malik and First Deputy Foreign Minister Andrei A. Gromyko. who went to London—also by coincidence — to attend Tuesday's disarmament talte. Monday, Maleakov rearranged his Drograin to confer with Prims Minister Anthony Eden. London dispatches emphasized that this visit was not one of ordinary courtesy. There was considerable surprise when the British, foreign office announced on March "6 that Malenkov would lead 3. delegation of 12 Soviet scientists on a long-scheduled tciir of British, power stations. The -visit o! the Soviet scientists Lawmaker Asks Review Of Stalin Agreements Patrick J. Hiiliivgs tR-CsILJ.) ssys the deao-jncemer.t of Stalin by Communist leaders calls for a complete review of all international agreements made during- his tenure as head cf the Soviet state. Hillings also proposed in a speech Wednesday that a resolution should be brought before the United Nations asking: for an investigation to determine if Russian admission under the Stalin regime was fraudulent. to Britain, and a corresponding one by British scientists to Russia, was supposed to be merely a technical one. Malenkov is still one of the Kremlin inner circle, even as power minister. London dispatches still speak of the "mystery" of Malenkov's visit. But it is quite logical to assume the Kremlin did pick him for the trial balloon role—a role for -a-hich his increasingly- balloon-like figure Sis him, physically. At the time his visit was announced, open hostility vras being expressed in London toward the Bulgunin-Khmshchev visit The British government was worried over the possibility of anti-Soviet outbreaks. As far as that situation goes, both the Kremlin and the British government must feel relieved. Malenkov has made quite a hit, He has broken away from his formidable escort to visit off-schedule spots. He has patted babies on the head la the best grass-roots campaign tradition. Ke was cheered warmly at a football game he attended Saturday. But it happened also that three days alter the announcement that MaJenkcv would visit London, riots broke out in Stalin's native Georgia against his unceremonious demotion from Communist sainthood. The disclosure of the Khrushchev s-pec-ch. and of the riots which occurred later, came Just at the time of Malenkov's arrival. His presence in London wffl help tal» the heat off. that embarrassing situation. It seems to be a bit of good iack for him and for the Kremlin. 47 Teachers At Channelview Are Returned By Board The 47 regular teachers in the Channeiview Independent School District have been re-elected by the board of Trustees. Also re-elected for another term were Mrs. W. W. Vtbrthingtoa, tax assessor - collector: Mrs. Wanda Sheran and Mrs. F. B. Cobb, school secretaries, and Mrs. Grace Burts, cafeteria manager. H. C. Schochier. school superintendent, T. B. Loftin, elementary school principal, and J. H. Tennison, junior high school principal, had been re-elected previously, and the naming- o£ the *32 elementary and the 15 junior high school instructors completed the roster. The trustees also ordered the school trustee election for 1956, and set the date for May 5. Final approval of the "plans submitted by Emory White, Houston architect for the construction of the additional four rest rooms and the covered walkway at the elementary school was given by Trustees .T. M. Downey, president. Gordon Ball., vice president. Mrs. Ruby Rocsler. secretary: L. A. Edwards. Je»s Evans and Loyd Robertson at the meeting in the sueprintenderit's office. In other action taken ihe trustees approved the recommendations o£ the text book committee. Mrs. T. B. Loftin. L. K. VThitaker. Mrs. Betty Jo Rusk. Mrs. Marlene Lee, Mrs. Grace V. Tidmon. Sibvl Jones, Mrs. Ruth Pipkin and J. I/Everett, and adopted the suggested books for nse in the schools during the coming school term. By SUSIE BRABHAM Chambers County Home Demonstration THE FOURTH and final 4-H Craft Workshop was held recently in the District Court room. Fifty* six 4-H ffirls and boys participated in the workshop. Nad in e and Sue Harmon, Anahuac. gave the demonstration on "Copper Foil Work." The copper foil, when finished, was tacked on top of a small box. An excellent thing for a jewelry bo*. The following: Home Demonstration club members assisted with the demonstration: Mrs. Walter Harmon, Mrs. C. O. Crone, Miss Marjorie Hawthorne, Mrs. P. A. Durr and Mrs. A. E. Huddleston. The following is a list of the articles mad'e in the ',s-orkshop: Three plastic covered coat hangers, wooden scran book, aluminum trayg and the jewelry box. There will be quite a bit of leather work but this will be done in small groups. The girls 4-H Committee held a meeting recently and the following- plans were made: 1. Girls will submit records to be judged: Two girls with best records on the list of accomplishments for the year will be selected to attend the Round-Up at A and M June 12-13-14. 2. To be eligible to attend District 4-H Camp — well g-et in there antf get articles ready for the Youth Project Show. Two Senior 4-H girls will be awarded n trip on the high point score of the Youth Project Show and three junior glrle will be awarded a trip to District Camp on the highpoint score of Uie Youth Project Show. You 4-H girls have done some beautiful work so get it ready for tho show. A SERIES of upholstering demonstrations for leaders hns been started. The two leaders from each club brings one chair that needs to be upholstered. They will work On this chair at the training meeting. In giving the demonstration back to their club they will work on the other chair, bringing it up to date or as far as was worked at the training meeting. In this way 15 chairs should be re-upholstered by the time the demonstrations are over. We are .not attempting large pieces of furniture —they are too hard to handle. Mrs. Pansy Laurence, member of the West Bay Ciub, hag just finished tooling- a pair of "Loafers and a Tote Bag-" to match. Very pretty and excellent leather work, Pansy. Mrs. Charles Land, Old River Club, is giving all of her old furniture a face lifting;—If you would call it th»t. The last accounts she lacked the "Old time ch iff o robe" and one chair having it all rcfin- ished. In addition to refmlshing furniture Mrs. Land is helping her husband remodel the house. Stowell. club haa just finished 12 aluminum trays for the clinic in ?heir community. Anahuac club tells, mo they will hove a pio sale Saturday, March 31. If you'd like some good home ma<ie pies just contact some members of the club and you'll get one. The members tell me that they are going to .sell flavoring in order .that they might get a coffee urn for the City Hail. Support the club members in this project We need the nrn at the HaJJ. Get your dojr in i"or a vaccination shot during the rabies campaign, March 26 and 2T. Watch for information in news papers and" on the signs posted all over the county. Car Tags On Sale fn Channelyiew Sales of 1956 automobile license plaies are expected to soar to about 2,000 at the deputy collector's office in Tip ton's Street Channdview. Mrs" J, V- Williams, deputy tax collector in Channelview, said approximately $2000 had been collected in the ofiiee for tags for commercial and passenger vehicles. Frank TJptos, owner of the store, estimated the sales late yesterday at 500. and prisiicted an additional 1500 will hs purchased :a time to beat the March 31 ceadUr.e. Thursday, MarcK 22,1956 TherJIIBe No Kisses At This Party I-OKT LAKK, III. —UP—The Milwaukee Jloiul': .Commuters AssodnHon-will-hold a Vnlcn- tlni-'s Day party Feb. it. But (hero wilt be lio'tovo and kisses for tho railroad. Party prw'iwls will l>tv used to fl|tht proposed suburbiin faro • increases. Missing- Six Years SALT LAKE CITY —UP— Mrs. Effie Daw-son reached into the cushions of her rocking 1 chair for a misplaced cornb nnd found a hot water bottle missing for six years. It was still full of water and without a leak. The white-haired Mrs. Dawson explained she is hard o£ hearing and didn't notice it gurgling through the years as she rocked. r SAVE UP TO $1,000.00 OX A NEW 1956 DODGE 8 ERNIE DITTMAN I 707 EAST TEXAS I ROIBUCKANDCO. SPECIAL 36-ln Cottons Yo u re Invited to the Telephone Company OPEN HOUSE Honoring Baytown's 10,000th Telephone FRIDAY, MAR. 23--8 a.m. to 8 p.m. All Baytown is invited to join the folks tit General Telephone Company in observing a milestone—the city's 10,000th telephone—by visiting the Company's offices at 301 West Pearce durircg its open house Friday, March 23, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. There will be specie! exhibits and visitors also will be provided with a "behind-the-scenes" four of telephone operations. Remember, the welcome mat is out tomorrow at the telephone company. kfTlTMl Were Expecting You! GENERAL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF THE SOUTHWEST Vets Corner Questions And Answers Q—T have a World 1 War II GI term insurance policy. When I went back on active duty, I arranged to have rny premiums waived. I am about to bo QJE- charfrjed, and I want to resume rny premium payments. 7>o I have to file an application with VA to pick up my insurance? A—An application is not necessary. Merely resume your premium payments v.-ithin 120 days after your discharge. Be s;irc to identify yourself fully when you pay — full name, address, date of birth, branch of service and insurance number. Q—I enlisted under the Arnr:d Forces Voluntary Recruitment Act early jn 1S46. I am eligible for a GI loan under the World War II GI Bill. Am I also subject to the World War II deadline of July, 1657? A—The World War n GI loan deadline^ does not apply to you. Instead, your deadline will be 10 j years from the end of your first enlistment period under the Voluntary Recruitment Act. Q—I was discharged from the Army in January, 3S53. so my deadline for starting Korean GI training is January, 3S5£ — three years from discharge. I recently reenli.ited for three years, which means I will be on active duty when my starting deadline comes around. Can an exception be made in rr.y case, so that I. will be aWo to begin training after T leave service? 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