The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on July 2, 1956 · Page 8
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July 2, 1956

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 8

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Pag* '8 £l'r Itau intuit Crosby Jaycees Plan July Tennis Tourney Convention Goers Take Own Police rilK'AUO t'Pi — Koi'ty policemen will accompany the city's 6">0- •c.viVilw ilolesjaiion to \lie national Shiine convention at Detroit .Inly ••\Vi' need protection from pick- ;>oi'Ueis and other criminals in De- notenlale Thorn- Twining Recommends Doubling U.S. Power To Retaliate By Air Monday, July 2, 195G You choose the deal! • First time for a price cut on America's two fastest selling automatics! e Limited time only... get your deal now! i I I I I I I New. RCA WHIRLPOOL Supreme washer does ?\\ fabric? automatically! V'U ,=<;t the controls, that's all! Every thine wp-hahie j= safely v.'p?h»ri thnrout-hly clean. Iirn-ii?: . ;;n'i.'>, '.va:-hp.= efiicientiy P.T any water level. Three tonn^rature sel.tinEs, illuminated control panel, automatic water level control! Regulorly lists at S 309' s Now at thh low pric« Save$ Nol neceisory le clip (hit ceupen-jinf corns in ond osk for DEAL NO. 1. 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S 409*° Save ......................... 5 150°« SCOTT & II'I'LIMB CO. HEADQUARTERS for THE FINER HOME APPLIANCES l!<? EAST TEXAS DIAL 2016 WASHINGTON U'P) — CPU. Nathan F. Twining'. Air Force ~ j chief nf staff, has recommended j ;. 50 [wr cent increase in the na| lion's imcrcontincntHl air <?trikins: jxwe.r to meet, ihe Uireat of Russia's growing air might. Air Force Sccrctnry Donald A. Quarles disclosed the recomi-nen- d;ition loiJay. Qu.-irles did not say when the recommomiaiion was imidv but it obviously cnmc within tiie ]asi few months. Qimrles j ssid no decision has been made ! on the recommendation yet. j Tho disclosure came as Senate| House conferees met to decide i how much the Air Force bu<ig:ot | should be increased over admin- j istration recommendations. Seni ;<te Deir,oerai.> were confident of j retaining: most — if not all — of the 5960 million increase made by the Senate. Under questioning- by a Senate Armed Services subcomniitoc on has recommended that tho Air Force build toward 37 heavv bomber wings by I960. -The present .137-winjc program, set by the administration in' I9f>.'!. calls for 1L heavy bomber wings. There are •!.'> B-52 intercontinental jot bombers in a heavy bomber whip. '("winning's r e e n m m e n d atiori woiilfl mean buyins 1 about ."flfl additional B-Ms at a cost of about ?2.-1 billion. The' testimony brought out that Twining' has made a prclimiiVirv estimate that the Air Force will require S23.G billion in fiscal 195S —?T billion more than in the current fiscal year. Quarles aeciined to commit himself to this specific amount.. He said it is a fair assumption that there will be a need for a substantial increase in the Air Force budget in tho coming years. Pregnancy Scandal Exposed In Washington Junior Highs WASHINGTON (UP) — The Washington Daily News reports that during the past school year 95 junior high school girls left school here because they were pregnant. All were under 16. The Scripps-Howard newspaper reported Friday it obtained its figures from other sources after school officials refused to release the statistics. Supt. Hobart M. Corning has confirmed the figures, however. The annual average of pregnancy in junior high schools in the District of Columbia is about 100. a dispatch by news reporter Martha Strayer said. Local figures ap- i pear far out of line with those of other cities, she reported. Tnknown Problem Klsewherc A Scripps-Howard poll of other r. S. cities showed the pregnancy problem among junior high schools was almost unknown in most of them. Corning, in an official report, said the number 'does seem to be shockingly large." however, he noted that the number of cases has not "increased on a citywide basis appreciably." The N'ews said the Washington pregnancy rate follows a fairly definite pattern, with the larger proportion in low-inconir- areas and the rate considerably higher P mot's Nesrocs. It said there were fr-,ver CPSOS In former Ne^ri schools located in less crowded and h'sher cirinomic areas than ;n over - crowded. low-income Sinep girls can drop out of loea] sehools without cause when they •TP Ifi. the newspapers said, (here were* no figures on pregnancies in 1 hisrli schools ( Public Welfare. Director Gerard Resweber Steps Up His Campaign For County Attorney HOUSTON — iSp.)— Joe Resweber. Houston city councilman, has stepped up his campaign for county attorney with talks stating he will work to smooth out problems and differences arising between the city and county government. "During eight years as city councilman." Resweber said. "I have, not only gained thorough understanding of Houston municipal problems, but have dealt with the many n;:jor problems involving Harris County also "As coi;nty attorney, serving as !;-.wyer to commissioners court and to county officials, I shall use all r.?y understanding', influence and powvr of office to build effective working relationships between city a.'iO counlv. arid to iron out differences ns they crop mi. ''Tlv city and county have a mutual destiny—to grow steadilv in i.rvipority and world importance. V-,°e have likewise number!"ss problems of common ecricern that irssist lx- rl<;r:it -.ntli by citv and county offieiyls woikintr tngr-iher. I believe ;':i of us—a!! the folks of Hani:-: f'otinty •• - must, face our common l.'robli.-rns like one big family." Shea told the News that illegitimate children make up 38 per CCTt of all the children supported under the district's aid program for dependent children. He said the program costs the District of Columbia government about $2." million a year. Shea also said thnt H per cent, or 3,7-!5, of the 32.316 children born in the district in 195-i were illegitimate, July 28 Candidates Must File Four Expense Claims All candidates in the July 2S Democratic primary election will 'nave to file four campaign expense statements rather than two under a new ruling: of the attorney general's office. County Clerk \V". D. Miller said. The first statement must be filed by July I!. U'hen thy legislature last year amended the Texas Election Code to reduce the number of statements required lo two. one before the primary and one after, it failed to amend she Penal Code article. The new ruling of iiie attorney SCnei'Rl grew out nf an opinion of the Court of Criminal Appeal- in the rasp nf Vrnion Swuford, mana~er of the Texas Press Association. Th» attorney genera! had previously rule'! that Article 26!' of the Penal Code was superseded by the Election Cotie of J951. On i.hn basis of the court opinion, that ruling has now been reversed. A second statement under Article 269 is required to be filed between July 16 and July in. Statements are required to he filed under the Election Code between July 13 and July 20 and within JO day s after the primary, by August R." Miller said he had mailed forms to local candidates, candidates for state offices, a.nd for district offices that serve more than one county must file their statements with the Texas secretary of state in Austin. Michels Cites Elliott's Record Wiili.-iiri N. Michels, candidate for Suite Representative, Position No. '1. in the July pnm.-jry election, has charged thnt hi.- only opponent, Incumbent Bill Klliolt' has "quite ;i CIO voting record." He used ;m official CfO ov.-ilua- t:on chart to b.vl; up his claim. "Out of the '-'!) voles in which the CIO V.MS interested. Kiliolt voted with them 2.", times. The CIO had only a passing or minor interest in the six niensures whicii \n> \-oted .Mgainst. so in effpf-t iriv opponent, voted wish the CIO almost 'l(W p<;i' cer,:..' 1 Michels charged. Airmami h New Square Dance Promoted Class !s Forming A '.",;:•<•: i'}::!,~ •:: sqij.-,re dnncin;: v.'M h> :-t:ifL'"i tiy tiu- \V,'-,goj) i'"hi-r ; j (;lnb ;us Suffioif.-.-it rmrolleos ar<: ootai:i(;f| according to <.lub i mr-;r.ber B. M. Berk. A class is ,".jrrc;u]y in pro?iv-s«. jnrjotin; r-.vry Thiii-.*!«y ni^lit M the Optimist Club insJor :fn; instruction of B. B. Williams. Information concerning the "<".v class, also'to be taught by Williams, can bo obtained by phoning B'-'jk at the Wooster Pharmacy. Baker Warns Against Continued Water Waste State Rop. Robert \V. Raker, a ("andidai.i; for n.'-i-lrction to Position 4, warni'i.] Friday that if tho farrm-rs of Texas arc to survive <-';onomicrilly it is in.,)ortai)t that a water con.st.-rvation program be '•nactrd to prr.-vont tho wasteful flov.- of water 'nto the Gulf of Mexico. Bakt-r mado his remarks at the annual barbecue at Katy by the Katy division of the Rice Growers association. "Tho most important problem facing the state- of Texas," Baker said, "is the conservation of one of its natural resources -water." '•By preventing- ihe wasteful flow into thf 'Julf, we can retain a Jarjje portion of oi:r yearly rain- fail for surface use and for the recharge of our underground reservoirs." Try Sun Clawificd A«H—Dim Uo.-<; J. Mr-iran, 2!, son of ?vfr nn;J .Mrs. K. ,J, Mnran of I on ! : ;a>'t- ^Vf-riir.;^. hsis bt-.-n jiromoti'd from . ! iirrn;i:i :i;;p,r.' ntice to airman. Airman ^;cr;l:l is .stationed ;>t Barhcr:- Point. Xavnl air station in Hiiv.-.-iij and i. s with the Fasrnn 117th Jet Squadron, serving in the iria:nt.f'j"'ianf:j' d;\'!sinn. I T e is on a i''.'0-ye;ir to:;,- Of semee V/illl the '•'juadron. expeitii;,. ;,-, re!i;rn ';orne c.-arly i:i !!!."<• Highlands Forming Observer Corps A meeting of persons interested in serving in the Ground Observer Corp will be held July ,1 at the fire station in Highlands. Gue.st speaker i.s to he R. I-. Giller, the head of the Ground Observer Corp filter station in Houston. Choirman of the program is Dr. K. J. Cornell .Sr., a resident of Highlands who has been seeking the formation of a (JOC unit there. Folks Eat Lively On Payday, Says Officer WINDSOR. Out. (UP) — Police Chief Carl Kanow told the police commission Tuesday that ho. has been besot, for some time with a wave of stomach illness com pi a in I.s and said "most of them usually follow the day nflcr payday." AIR CONDITIONED SUPER DIHRKETS LEE DRIVE AT 710 WEST MAIN (Old Felly . . . 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