The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 29, 1956 · Page 13
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 13

Baytown, Texas
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Thursday, March 29, 1956
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Thursday, March 2[), u/,jtj Mayor Of Laredo Denies Charges Of Mexican Votes LAREDO —UP— Mayor ,!. C. Martin says there is no fountla- lion to charges by thn Reform Party that Mexican aliens have been casting' absentee ballots in the Laredo city election slated for April 3. C. B. W, Dick, n Reform Party nominee for the slate Senate, said at" least eipht aliens had east votes. Martin replied that >d ch»f!: showed seven n! the purported nlien.s were actually U.S. citizens, while the eighth was not shown to have voted al all. Dick made his charges in fele- prams to the f'.S. Department nf Justice, Rep. Joe M. Kilgore (D- Tex.) and Texas Attorney Oenen'l John Ren Shepporrl. The Rrform Party is campaigning: against (he long-entrenched Independent Club, to which Martin belong*. "There certainly was no basis for his charge of wholesale participation by Mexican aliens." said Martin. QUOTES From The News Bv i;.VITKI> PRESS NEW 'DELHI — Soviet First Deputy Premier Anastas Mikoyan on '.Inhaling- the Stalin myth: "The cult IVH? strotijr and it is not possible !o do away with it in a few days.' 1 HOME— Actress Gina , da on her rhar<es that pholo- ffraphs ' iMihlfrtzinjf her film "Trape/.e" v.'crc rrtonrhptl lo iriHke her look "flat i-hestrd:" "I look liki? CJary Cooper. I \wtk like Frank Sinatra with my IIIMK). 1 luii mmlc to look like :i nuin in- stoiul of the woman I am." WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS— President Ei.spnhtwer lo Walter J. Touby, president of the Chesapeake &• Ohio Railroad, on the hubbub caused by "the cnse of. the poisoned ginger ale" served aboard his private railroad car: 'Who are they trying to gel — you or me? It must be you. You are the pop drinker. 1 haven't drunk • pop for years." NEW YORK — Harroan Field, Cleveland, architect, on his imprisonment by ihe Communist-;: "I was kidnaped. They kept Investigating me and investigating but could never find anything out from me. I was put in the cellar of p,n interrogation center outside Warsaw and kept there /or live vears.' r UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.—Irish Prime Minister John A. Costello on hvpo.?risy and Irishmen: "The proceedings of some international conferences suggest that if thr world has been made safe for hypocrisy, i! is a hypocrisy which is no longer vice's homage to virtue, bill virtue's homage to half-truths. In this frame the Irish players will not. I hope, lack the sophistication required for survival." Perjury Is Charged In Insurance Case AUSTIN" -UP— District C_h n r I <• s O. Bctts ovcrrulml Wednesday n dofcnsc mot'on to q u a s h crimliiHl itulictinents .ipilnst Uirf(> Hpniunont men who nro ch;u-(Tiv,l with I'urnishlntr fnlsr- information to the sin to. insurance commission. Pnut nnd T-eslif Tx>wiy. brothers. nnd D. H. O'Fiel. an 'attorney. v.vre oi-rjerpii to stmvl trinl start- Monday. Inlietiients ajjainst tlirm charge all three perjured th^msolvos in s\vn- n s!"t""i."'t-, about the defunct Texas Fire In- ,SI!'-T!1CC Co. The Indictments were relnrneil two vfat-s aqo at the snme. time the coinpanv w.-is pl.-ieerj in re- reivership. Tlv> dofe-i.eo hail aslveil thnt the inilictmenls be qunshed on errotmds that Hie sworn st;il"- inents in quest'on were not the type required by law. Airmnn leu Trial BRLTON', Tex. -UP— The sfnie resumed prosontation of evidence Thursday in (ho trinl of- a 31-ye--old Air Force man pharjred wiih and murdering a three- year-old srirl. Selection of a jury lo try .Jimmy X. Shaver of 'fir'jipeland. Tex.. first witnesses were the parents of the child, Chrre Jo Morton, who was killed July -I. 19M. near San Antonio. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse C. Morton testified they stopped nt a tavern near Snn Antonio the night of July 3. TP5-t. Thev snid the' little jrifl wandered off \vhi!' % they were inside. Shaver \vas convicted at an earlier trial, but won a reversal on the. ground that a juror had expressed an ooinion about the case before Ihf triM. TV c-e^ \\-as transferred tr i "-"••• - •••••dv ( , Df venue, Hew Off .TC. Okla. -TTP— ^dclil!0ll,^l new shallow oil wind.-! V'we beo-i |Vi;ind in the Gulf of Mexico off Louisiana, according to officials of I'hillips IVtrolei'm Co. They said Ihe sands were located :hrongn the fitni's third well on i wholly-owned 3 SZVaere federal loase In Rloe': 129. A in the V.»w.e> fsland area 10 miles off St. Marv P;'rtsh. Tlie well. No. 2 Eugene, enrotm- y-rort ir>2 feet of oil sands in four tones between 5.570 and fl.iWVI feet ind is now drilling ahead. The?" as? in- nrMijfon (o the oil g-ns sririds previouslv I.7S1 and S.14* feet, Irw Jhr H«i|lauin "LEAD IN FEATURING NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BRANDS" SPECIALS GOOD THURS., FRI., SAT ... 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