The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 23, 1956 · Page 9
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 9

Baytown, Texas
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Friday, March 23, 1956
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Friday, March 23.. 1956 Pentagon Plugs Guided Missiles Attempt To Refute Talk Of Lag In Arms WASHINGTON -UP- Tlie Pentagon lias set loose a flood of new guided missile information in an evident effort to knock down Democratic claims Dial'weapons development is lagging. In less • than two weeks. Die armed forces have given details on four new gu ded missiles, ranging from short-range anti-aircraft to intercontinental types. The Pentagon also lias disclosed improvements to two others. It also was giving special ireat- inent Thursday to about 80 members of Congress who are visiting the Caribbean where the Navy is demonstrating its new gu tied mis- MIKE FRANSSEN STATE RESERVE LIFE "See Me Before You Die" silo cruiser Boston as well as the super aircraft carrier Forrestal. The, flood of weapons 'data is' remarkable for the usually secretive Defense Department and indicates a change of policy since Senate Democrats first began steady criticism when Congress returned In January. Less than three weeks ago. Defense Secretary Charles E. Wlson. said he wanted to quiet guided missiles talk because he thought the. sales department was ahead of the engineering and production departments already. But shortly thereafter, the Navy took reporters to the Caribbean for a preview of the exhibition congressmen were setting Thursday. The Navy demonstrated its Terrier It announced development of a anti-arcraft missile in operation, new anti-aircraft missile, the Tartar, to be standard armament on future destroyers. H disclosed that a new. longer range Terrier is under development. The Air Force, long under security wraps on new missile developments, announced .two major new types Wednesday. Air Secretary Donald A. Quartos disclosed that a second intercontinental ballistc missile, the Titan, is under development as a companion of the already publicized Atlas. He also disclosed that the Air Force's 1,500- mile range missile is called the Thor and is a compan on development of the Army-Navy mid-range missile. Quartos • said flatly that the United States is ahead of Prussia in "the guided missile field as a whole," although the competition is close in the long-range ball stic .issile category. Galley In white, black, pink, natural And who wouldn't! Here'i the light, bright look in poiteli, whites, block*.... from ploin >ki«m«f» to fancy trimming 5 96 195 and 0 7 Polly Debs 95 SIZES AAA to C i to 10 SAL In white, pink, natural, blue, yellow, black pafeni, black leather Clutch Bags In fabrics and colors to match shoes 3 95 Tax Included FOR <shoes ALL. THE FAMILY 213-215 West Texas Avenue THE REIGNING "Miss Universe," S w c d e n' s Hillevi R.ornbin, makes Miami Beach, Fla., look good. (International) Pair Convicted On Swindling Charges HOUSTON —UP— Two men, convicted late Wednesday on one count in the purported swindling of a Ixis Angeles woman, will be sentenced in federal court next Thursday, officials said Thursday. A jury deliberated ihree hours before findinjj««£ugene Londos and Adrian Dudley innocent of conspiracy, but guilty of causing the international transportation of a false security. The defense said it would ask Judge Ben C. Connally for a new trial nest week. Londos and Dudley face passi- ble sentences of 10 years, plus fines up (o S10.000. They were accused of bilking Mrs. Ethel Turner of Los Angeles out of $22.500 in a Mexican race track confidence game. Mrs. Turner, 55. testified the two men stole her life's savings by claiming to know about a 'fixed" Mexican horse race and making: a bet for her. She said they gave her a worthless "note" for her winnings and agreed to meet her in Houston to cash it. The defense contended that if any illegal acts tool; place they were in Mexico and out of the jurisdiction of the court hero. Douglas Says New Law Favors 1-Party States WASHINGTON—UP— Sen. Paul H. Douglas (D-I1I.) charged Thursday that a proposed change in the method of counting electoral votes for president is an attempt by one- party states to "dominate the j choice of president. j The p r o p o s e d Constitutional I amendment would divide a state's electoral votes more along lines of tho popular vote instead of the present "winncr-take-nH" system. | It was sponsored by 5-1 senators, • nearly enough to pass it. Murderer Sentenced To Electric Chair AURORA, m. —UP —Robert w. Rurson, 30, who asked to be given the dentil penalty if found guilty of murder, has been sentenced to dip in the electric clviir May IS. I Burson wns convicted last month i of the bludgeon slaying of Mrs. Harriot Montgomery. 7f>. He defended himself at his trial, ignoring two court - appointed lawyers. Burson told the jury to recommend the death penalty if it found him guilty and the jury obliged. SERMON SUBJECTS: You Are Invited To Hear HULEN L JACKSON Preach the Gospel MARCH 18 thru MARCH 25 Services Doily — 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST South Main and Cleveland Bay town, Texts Friday evening: "Do I Have to Be Baptized to Be Saved?" Saturday evening: "The Preacher Who Was Wrong 1 ' Sunday cvrninfi: "How It T Y ft.VS (o Bo sr Christian 1 * »un DAILY CROSSWORD ACROSS 41, I. Mohamme- 42 dan super- 43 natural 44, , beings, 5. Rendered fat of swine !• 9. Birthplace of Columbus 10. Shun 12. Awry 2, 13. Pinaceous tree 3 ' 14. Employ 1§. Roman money 16. First not* of the scale 17. Account . books 20. Male adults 21. Decay 22. A fleshy fruit 23. Tibetan priests 26. High-ranking officials (U.S. slang:) 27. Genus of cuckoopint 28. A size of coal 29. Offer 30. Author of "Pilgrim's Progress" (poss.) 3*. Frank L. Baum's mythical land 35. Gun (slang) 36. A shack over a mining- shaft (Local' Eng-.) 37. Mountain ash (Eur.) 39. Musical study Shore bird Prices Matures Female sheep DOWN Father of David (Bib.) Covered with ink New Testament spell-. ing of Noah No (slang) Shoe ties Birds as a class Pole Coronets A French- 11. Male bees 15. Skill 13. Unit of weight IS. Goddess of dawn 20. Extinct bird (N-Z.) 22. Beseech 23. Works 24. State (U. S.)' 25. Wet earth 25. Man's nickname 28. Place 30. Deadly poisons 31. Sharp T" OF FAMOUS PtOPU Yti 3-IJ ttrday't Antwcr 32. Swelling* 33. Observes 35. Gaze with open mouth , 38. Covering of false hair 39. Before 40. Playinsf marble 14- n Zl W V) 4} E5 55 19 30 10 11 39 44 40 10 6 Ito !I7«- 1*11 l*MTt» *T*TU •-THEfct IS NO RIGHT TO STRIKI AGAINST THI PUBLIC SAFETY tY ANY. BODY, ANYWHlRt. ANY TIME." PLUMBING REPAIRS PHOXE 2083 TEXAS WATER HEATER AND PLUMBING CO. 1104 S. Pruitt St JUST ORDER COLE'S STENO CHAIR $100 ANDY ANDERSON BUSINESS EQUIPMENT AND RECEIVE THIS $13.00 STEEL TABLE FOR ONLY 314 E. Texas Dial 5092 'S Thrill-A-Minute Club Buick CENTURY 6-Passenger 4-Door Riviera. Model 63 WHEN YOU CM JOIN THE PARTY? it's u pleasure to take in the length ai1 d breadth and sweep of the new Buick. But that stunning styling doesn't begin to tell about the fun and thrills and rv.'iirmn'' 1 : to be had here. lou get the real insight on what an all-day party Buick travel can be when you put one of these beauties in motion. And, Mister, you're invited to do that just as soon as you can. Because that's when you'll meet up with a new Buick ride —a ride that's deep-oil cushioned, brawnier framed, and built with a new steering geometry that brings a more responsive "sense of direction" to your every handling maneuver. That's when you'll find a new hoodful of power waiting to spin forth from the mightiest Buick VS yet —with the highest compression ratio to match. And that's when you'll get a double-barreled imitation to thrills from a new Variable Pitch Dynaflow.* First, from the new split- second take-off you get at the top inch of pedal travel—and with better gas mileage, too. Second, from the surging safety-burst of power you get when you floor the pedal and "switch the pitch." oo its the truth, and nothing but, when we say there's a thrill-a-minute in the '56 Buick. And we've set up a club by the same name to prove it. There's no obligation to joining the Thrill- A-Minute Club—just plenty of fun behind the wheel. And when you do come in, we'd also like to show you how to own the best Buick yet for the best deal yet. Will you make it a date to see us—this week? *.Vctf Advanced Variable Pitch Dyiwflou; is the onhj D'.nvifln\L- Bvick ii/.'W? today. It i'.t standard on Roadmaster, Supfr and Centurj—ppt'pnal at modest extra cost on the Special. Local DeliVe/ed Price of the 1959Baick SPECIAL 2-Door, S-Passenger Sedan, Model 48 (illustrated above) is lea than some models of thm well-known smaller can Come in and check! \Standard on Roailmaster nnd Super, optional at c.vfra cost on other Scries. 'AT A NSW LOW PfUCC-4-Saoion Comfort in your now Buick with fX/C(OA/« COND/rtONINC. -WHEN tETTER AUTOMOlllH AXE IUILT BUICK WILL BUILD TH£M PAUL PRINCE BUICK COMPANY 2800 MARKET STREET IAYTOWN BUY FROM YOURBAYTOWN MERCHANT

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