The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 22, 1956 · Page 42
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March 22, 1956

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 42

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P*gs 20 forfi« Wumb 0*4! WHAT- \ 1= She \VJ5H6S TO YOU WILL NOTICE 7KA' WASCN IS PIEf CTU.^ 7DWA.5P Tri RCVYN THE &\.O?£,.\F THE 5TON55 W'SRE KICKED.AWAY F 7,7 7-£ S>£_ J £|/£K= KIP THE WHEEL'S.. tvrv SSWTO He. .Friday.'March'-23,1056 Harriman Backers In Secret Huddle Bared By HOWARD' WILSON OKLAHOMA CITY —UP— Gov. Raymond Gsry o:" Oklahoma says ,a secret meeting of backers of Gov. •Averell Harntnari for president' •agreed March 4 that Harriman shotik! wait at least until after the .Minnesota pr mary to decide if he •udil niske ;h<? j-aco. UP TO . | $1,000.00 ox A i NEW 1956 DODGE ERNIE DITTMAN I 707 EAST TEXAS I At THod Felton's Gary said he attended the meeting, heiii in Denver. He said friends o;' Harnman front 11 mid- •wBstern and western states were present. But he denied a charge by Jsmes A. Finnsspan. manager of Aillai Stevenson's campaign, that the parley was .held to "stop Adiai." He said. "My recommendation to Harriman's fr'c-nd? was for Harri- inan not TO enter the race until at least after cbe Minnesota primary." "I think my reasoning was sound," he went on. "i* Acilai won in the. New Hampshire and Minnesota primaries, it .would be an indication he hflU caught on. and there was no po nt for another candidate to g-ct in." Gary said. "J£ he didn'l. then the Ume woi'.Sd be ripe to give consideration to (someone else! entering- the race. They agreed with me Astronomer Discovers Faint New Comet MT. HAMILTON, caia.—UP—A University of California astronomer' reports he has discovered a taint new comet—ihe thirti discovered so far this year. C. A. Wirtar.en said Friday he found the comet on an exposed photographic plate taken iFViday at Lick ohservatoi-y here. Ke said the comet is hardly more than a Hazy spot of about ihe fifteenth magnitude and is visible f on!y in a large telescope. that that would b« gcx«3 practical politics, the thing to do." Gary, said the chairman of the meet ng- was Frank McKinney oj India.ns. former Democratic national chairman. He said the meeting- did not even discuss the possibility of helping- Sen. Estes Kefauver in Minnesota to "stop Ad- iai." The Oklahoma governor said he talked with Ha IT man by telephone Wednesday afternoon and "jrave him some advice." But he declined to say what the advice was. Gary predicted either .Stevenson Hare Today, efc. PIERRE, S. D. —UP— The Slate Bureau of Criminal Investigation here reported the theft of 100 jackrabbit carcasses worth J50 from a store. South Carolina passed the two million mark in population in the ISM census. Beall's OUAUTV »£QCflAMOlSS unless you're made of wood hi-rise ty BESTFORM ^iW whittle your middle! On BeoH's Balcony Since you're made of flesh and blood, any girdle that stops too short will certainly eau*e unsightly waistline bulge. That's where 3" higher Hi-Rife comes in ... because it whittles your midrifl along \\'it ii your waist, carves OIK- smooth curve straight down your hips. Boned nylon satin panel in front, strong satin elastic.pacei in back—to keep you under beautiful control. In comfortable nyac-el 3eao elastic that stretches both diagonally and ride 1o side. Six jrarter*, side tipper, IS" J.Mifliss. Sizw 26 to .1$. In white. «*.9S. nor Kefauver would be the Dmo- cratic nominee. He said the contest "lies between Harrinian and a dark horse." but did not speculate on who the dark horse might be. Gary is expected to lead Oklahoma's 28-vote delegation to the Democratic convent on. into Harriman's camp, although he ha? not yet annovinccd formally whom he is backing-. Gary sski he thought Stevenson was now "stopped.'' He said Stevenson was "a very brilliant man," but that rank and file Democratic voters "are not accepting him." District P-TA Meet Set In Livingston .Five delegates of: the Barbers Hill Parent Teachers Associntion are to nitoud the. Friday sessions of the .spring 1 conference of District 4 of p-TA in Livingston. Mrs. Luther Taylor, president of Uie Barber Hill P-TA. Thursday named ir,r?. Burch B. While, mem-, borship chairman: Mrs. D. I. Davis, prcsidcnl-elecl: B. L. l_,ans* ford, .hospitality chairman: nnd Mrs. \Villiam-ijallep Jr. »s the delegates who pliincitd to accompany he r w hie conference. J. V. Shauburger, principal of Barbers Hill High School, was named us ihe Barbers Hill honoroo at hie ban«jviet Thursday night at the Livingston high .*chol honoring superintendents and principals of school.?. The t'.vo-dfty oonforonee opened Thursday'and \vil! Continue through Friday with "Mental Health Through Spiritual Yalue.s" as its I he me. >!rs. B- M. Pitunan of Anson, state chairman, presided at the session Friday in the Central Baptist, church. Mrs. Vern Honsinge.r. of Barbers HiH is a District Boardmember. Israeli Would Welcome Arms From Devil Himself LOS ANGELES —UP— A member of the Israeli parliament says he "would accept arms from the devil himself, even ihe Communists," .to protect his country from Egypt. Brijr. Gen. Yig7il Alien of Israel said Friday his country is the only thing preventing Egypt'* Premier Nas.«er from conquering ihe entire Arab world. Hiril Land SEYMOUR, Conn. —UP— A. recently opened housing- project here u-oiiUl seem to be strictly for the birds. Its streets include Chickadee Lsne. Robn Roari. Oriole Lane and Whippoonvill Drive. Try Sun {.°la«.«ifip<l Ads B OU/iITT STORE HOURS: 9:00 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. Prettier Than ever for Girls of all ages! See all ehe.pretty new sjyles and colors jutt right for Easter Sunday. And as always at Beall's low, low prices. Select yours now. Just Arrived Actual $2.88 Values! 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