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RAYSHOKE tt' nml warm Friday night Hud Saturday. GAI..VESTOX TIUKS: High l.ow For Sntiirda.v— l:5'2».m. J0:<lfv:i.t» 1:38 p.m. !»:27 (i.itt. YOUR HOME NEWSPAPER VOL. 36, NO. 248 TODAY'S NEWS TODAY Friday, July 6, 1956 BAYTOWN. TEXAS TELEPHONE: 8302. Ry» Cents P« Copy STEEL 00. BUYS SITE ON SAN JACINTH news • in brief By l-MTKl) PUKS.S IvICKLIX — Ami-Communist Polish piirtisan.s reported con- dnctiii|r orsani/.ed campaign of nrsou against Ke ( | Warsaw reuime. PITTSBURGH - Ncfioiiaioi-s for the Uniicd Steel wori:er.s and ba>ic. steel industry stand pat on pre- w.ilkout barsaining s I r a i f s. y. .showing' no apparent. i\ illingiu-js to resume bids to end deadlock. S A I (i O \ , Indochina _ Vice President Nixon (lies here from JMiiiippincs on second l<'u of whirlwind liooihvill lour of free imtinns of I''ar Eiisl. CII A.Vp C AX VOX V J h L A G K. Ariz. • Nine i:fin»Tr'S.= m"n arrive to make a personal investigation into c.ra.sh iif two airliners thai tonk J2S lives. Al'.S'I'I.V—Federal income tax evasion trial of -In* 1 K. Steele, (nice called tlie '-kini; of lh<> pin- hail machines" in Houston, expected to go to .jury. A.MARIIXO-- Five airmen prisoners escape from stockade at Amarillo Air Force Base after hitting guard over head with Coke bottle but are recaptured about thrPi; hours later. WASHINGTON — House Appropriation* committee calls on Defense !*c<.'rotary \\'ilson to take irnniiHlii>!<> steps to halt, wasteful fight l«-t\veen Army nml Air Force over guided missiles. ^P^IPfPPSiim SB * ' *' SUN spots Observers Predict 1,500 Majority- Daniel By 3-7 In Chambers? Chambers County political observers - two of whom have nnl been wrong about flti eloi-lion in ",fl year.-!-predicted Friday that Sen, Price Paniel. candidate for governor, will carry thai county by a l.r>Oi1--,-o(i» majority, which is threo-to-one. Chambers County has approximately •• '•',. lil(> '"•lig-ihie voters. Of thi.s ntimhe.j 1 . between IMOO ami 12.200 are expected to vote in the July Jfi Democratic primary. The same observers who foresee victory for Daniel feel thai \V. Lee O'DaniPl will run second and K:ilph Yarhoroii«h third. The;.- predict a "token vote" for other gubernatorial candidates -— .1. .1. Holme:- of Austin: .1. Ev?tts Haley of Canyon; and Reuben SomerfiU of San Saba. , All six candidates have .stepped up '.heir campaign? as they enter the home stretch. 1'aniel and O'Danii-1 were in Baylown Friday where friends and supporters of Daniel hold a public reception for him a i. P.ebel Inn. No advance publicity com prnine- iThaniel's visit to Ba.viowa \\as release,) by the candidate, hut lie was expected <n arrive on his red fire truck in late afternoon. Most of his campaign ins so far has been conducted from the. truck where he speaks and passes out biscuits. The fact that .Sen. I>an:o| is ;, native 01 Liberty County, which adjoin? ('"hamhers, and therefore is Mi'H-knovn to most Chambers Countians is a far- in tor much m bi L : ;;p.'or. poiitual .tiis More than fi.min prisons from <'iiaiuher.s i onntiiv: came In hear Sen. Paniel speau at the ai nunl Kr.'iteniily of the U'hite Hcnm t:sit t'rv . Anahuae on Satin d.iy, JuU" Hi. Aithoiiph the M-nator Mas o'.MTiiiuiK "n :i ";i:;h schedule, tie 1'inind nine for a handshaliUix fore fiiui after his speech. If Sen. Panii'M wins the 1 >eino>-ra'ic nir ihc senate .scat can b Sen. Paniel j s considered six-wav con!i:'st. BEF Neutral President. U. K. Dnivsnii of Ihe r.a.vlowti iMiiplnyrs i-'ederat ; iio said l-'rid:i.v tlinl the union neither endorses nur sponsors i-Miiilidatrs for nffice. "We are ;iii i e d c p r n il e n t. onion, and we mint nur members li> be independent." DaUMHl said. "Thercfiiri'. v ,,. | ]; ive ;i, policy nf mi! endorsing candidates." l)ausnit s;ii,| ||,..,| || u j, m council meets uilli caniliihit'-s nlicn reijncsli'd to il/, s» In tbe. ciiiididiites or their siippnrterv. I'UI merelv d. tivc candidati-s iv chance In iliseus^ their cnni- paii;iis. ^m City Planners Seek 'Expert' n m Last Rites LAST RTTKS f'» 'MiP. Mary Ann Slipc. .VI. -.vi'.l hf- held at 2 p.;n. Saturday at KHithman thapel with the Rev. Clifion Smith, paritnr of •Stewart Heiglits Br.ptist church, ofriitiating-. Burial will he in Memory Gardens cemetery on Garth I'B.VSIVK — rinlimi Ai:tress Kleononi Itossi Dnicu is caught in n dreamy mood al a party jjivi'n in Herlin by movie. offirial Eric A. flohnston. Anipriean dvli'sale to the International Film festival. ( International) Young Burglars Just After Gun To Go Hunting Effect Of Freeways On Baytown's Future Questioned By Board Baylown Planning Commission, at its first official meeting Thursday night, heard preliminary reports from members assigned to study various phases of municipal improvement and decided, to call in "an expert" to explain how the state expressway program will affect Baytown. From, this the commission will decide how to proceed ' with plans for street im- Two juven;|e s caiiRbt in the act of bnnfl.irizinj: .Mallin's pawn p.oad. Mrs. Stipe died at 8MO a.m. s bop about X;?,l\ a.m. FYidav. told ^Vedlle.=di^.•.• in n Houston hospital. police thev \'.-ant to get a ;;un LP Council Meet l.A POK'I'F. CITY council meets at 4.30 p m. F'riday hnl! wilh Mayor M. presininsr. he c:t.y Burcrin Correction, Please BARBKHS HILL tinisned second In Liberty in the first half of Chambers County Pony League action, and not Anahuae. as was staled in Thursday's issue of The they to go hunting. 3. S. Friedman, owner of Mallin's. canif- to his North Main street shop a little earlier than usua!. and while unlocking the front door heard a commotion aL the back. He reached the backdoor in tune to .see one boy riding away oji a bicycle, and another Iffving on foot, his bicycle abandoned in the alley. Friedman notified police, niuf one of the youths was piehiKl up a few Imniired fen from the scene Sun. Both Liberty and Barbers of the burglary by SsU. S. S. Steel Hill beat Anahuae. and only Lib- who was patrolinR nearby at tin time. He told police thi erty heat Harbors Hill. Our H|xilo- to Barbers Pony Lea- Kidnaping Turns Out To Be Fake HOUSTON il.T'i ...... An estranged wife's fantastic scheme to get her husband back by staffing a fake Uirlnappins' blow apart Thuisday niphl when the kidnap "victim" turned up and innocently told the whole smry. V.ipht-ycnr-olil Cathy Karis — the "victim" — was spotted on a street corner Thursday nifjhl to climax a 21-hour long search by police and neighbors who (eared she had been kidnapped. Cathy said she had hid Ltl hourr In a closet of her ^randme.ther'? home, even while jvilioe were rpiestionins the grandmother about. Ihe kidnapping. Around Town- II. A. 'JACK i .MATTIIKWS able to jj-ot ;iivn;nd ». little with the aid. of br.-iccs and the like to support, his fractured ba.-k . . . Robert, Hill dangling a -stiff wrist ns remit, of his head-on encounter with a vehicle . . . Pat T'nUers.->n lookintj real difi- pusied ar boinjj tapped for jury duty on a 1ml «ml busy day . fii-cA-aier and ship channel water are not good for holiday mixers, .T. C. Sledge aptly observes . . . K. D. Klorance still gels ovev to Baytow;, pretty often, and !o I.a Porte ever vo often . . . Fritz V-'onley dishing out loads of barbecue to hungry {oiks . . . The- B. J. Nelsons hosting ?.. chopping Fourth of July party . . . Kufjh Clarke's great vacation trip was climaxed by r t sidetrip io l-Os Anglic.,- to s, r ihc Olympio tsyi-Liiei. a-.i-.i if you don't bc-lic-vo v'r. v«v.>•<•:" own miniitpr loves spc-rts. get him star:c'J on the name of the other boy. The first youth, about 15, told Inves-usator John Meadors that lie had stolen "many things" from business places in Baytown. He could not recall the names of all the .stores. Meadors said. The same youth recently admitted making telephone calls to a young g:rl and 1 making vulgar remarks to her. police said. The boy who fled without his bicycle, went home and reported lo his mother that .someone had stolon his bicycle and he was going to town to look for it, police said. His mother notified his father who was a! work and the two came to the police station provements and other projects Ihnt would be directly tied in with any kind of highway development in the Baytown area. Commission Chairma.i ^rillon !.. Campbell instructed Bill/ M. 'Bill) Knowles. who is .«tudyii.,.- streets, highways and drainage, to briiiK some one before the commission at its next meeting- who can explain how Ihe state expressway program will affect the City of Bay town." Campbell also asked that Knowles contact some one who could explain to 'he .commission the overall street and traffic problem.s the city will face when tbe expressway program is completed. Prior to reports by members of the com mission on various phases of Ihe proposed improvements program, a rounclt.'ible discussion i-onccrnins: ways of financing- Ihe improvements was held, but no proposals were made. -Members of the commission said the .firtst meeting was ".simply a familiarization session lo enable us lo understand the scope of the job we have undertaken and lo acquaint members with the work bi.'int; done by each individual members. 1 ' Another discussion concerning what the commission's policy on publicity should lie was tabled, but il was decided lhat all commission meetings woui,| be open to the public and the press. The meeting wan highlighted by an explanation of a survey made (-See I'LAXNERS—I-HK,. Two) .lAMKS K. SilKKUOOO, vice president, of f'ili/.ens XationM Uanli. \vho heads the IWiytown I'lanninn Commission's study of finance, taxation and valuation. Thursday ain'" was mimed virr. chairman of the commission lit its first official meeting nl city hull. .'Milton I.. Campbell is chairman. Enquote! <;KTM sm i;<;. i-a. — AH- l'"orce Chief of SlJilf On. .\«- Ihiin !•'. Twining, just hiirli from .Moscow, on Russian cvperls: ".Nobody is an ex-pert on Kus- shi. 'rhere are jiisl vnryinv; dv- Krroes of icnornnce." Rires Saturday For Victim Of July 4th Auto Accident where they found their ficers said. son, of- Just Mad STll.U'KKI.. Okl.-i. _ Adair County Attorney Owen (Irani, on \vhnl caused defeated Sheriff Chester Critlenden ami successful candidate I'.f.li Alberty lo Uill one nnollier nfler Ulc election: "I Iliiiiu Crittcnden wiis jusi mad iibont netting beat. He ftp- purr litly \v:is in bad hninor." /*• Funeral services for Scrvanrio Campos, 22, who was killed in a Fourth of July traffic accident near Bryan, will be held al :i a.m. Saturday at. St. Joseph's Catholic church with the Kev. Francis I). UrbanosUy of the Guadfllitpe Mission officiating". Burial will be in the C-arden of Oeth.semane cemetery in Houston under direction of F.arthman'.s. Tampos. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jos.. Campos of 1100 Airluirt Drive, was one of three men killed When their car Weil! out. of control and clashed into a tree on Sandy Point I'.oad near Bryan about 0:I."i p.m. \\'i 'dnesday. Campos and Alon'/.o Flon-s. 2.'!. were passt'ilfters in tbe car driven by Jesse O. Her- nandex. 2.''.. a sciiooi teacher from Somorviilc, Campos and Hernandez wpre summer students a'., Sam Houston State Teachers College and were members of the 1,UT,AC baseball team at. Bryan, us was Flores. The trio had been in Bryan to piny a Fourth of July game, according to reports. Brides his parents. Campos is survived by two sisters. Mrs. Pedro Bravo and Mrs. Caniito I'clgado: four brothers. Tony, Al a n ii e 1. .lesse T nr.il Jes:-;e Campos, ail of K'.ayiowii. I'aliiiea.-crs will be Tommy Sando\ai. Mario Bodrique/. .tesse Ixipe/.. Daniel ilania. Pat Br.-i'.o and .NVnesio Ksijuivei. Congressional Roundup- Each Side Blames Other In School Mix-Up WASHINGTON' il'Pi— House TDomocrnts and R e p u b I i c a n s agreed today that tbe defeated school constriu lion bill is as jtood as dead this year in coii!.n'ess. Kach side blamed the other. federal aid money according to their fiscal need or size. Other congressional news: Postal: The House caller) up Presiiient Eisenhower's proposed postal rate f'oreign Aid: Senate - House conferees — trying to resolve the differences between the Kejiate's S-l.f) billion foreign aid i>;|] nnil the S3.S billion bill passe! by the increase. Chances of House — sought to reach agreo- ihe House defeated the Sl.K bil- n pin-ova I apjwated doubtful. The 1 ment on a foreign aid bill by' Silt- lion school program Thursday in ' "" " - - • school a i'24-104 call vote, Karlirr, the House atwchefl a mrxlified anti- -earogation amendment afi<r a legislative mixiip Uiat resulted in the killiner of a preinously prox^ecl sti'ffer versirm. Tlie party lineup on th? voto: ' bill would put the nation's mail urday. They decided Thursday s.'i-vicr- on a nearbiy break-even night to peg'the fund for economic basii by boosting postal rales S-1."0 nid to countries of Asia, the Mid- miKion a. year. dip East and Africa, at .529,'! inilInforrnatton: A House govern- lion— a. compromise between the ap- operations subcommittee $243 million voted hv the grating- Defense Department infor- and the S343 million "voted by "the final motion policies summoned as its Senate. first wibKss Assistant Defense Se.< ri-lji-y K n b e r t Trip]) P...,s>. In\rstig;.-itinn: iijdll*.:!.- Of 'J 10 119 Republicans and 105 •HI.* voted .-igaiiisl it: US ~j Republicans Chairman John K. Moss (D-Canf) said the Per.tug-cn hz.3 b-;en of the principal issues be- ty of consi'jsrafcie abuse" of St^ Grsr.-j Car yon tor -n o>-•"••"---py sides the segregation arner.dment right to kscp cerUdn iriTermation ir.veiSjp.tJor. "of icti-c '-^U;ruI--"< was whether itates should receive secret. (Sev"cONr«RESS~P*ge Two')' ' ' votoa for it. One N'me of the 'Iliill-.e I ./UilO.- !c; j st..jy..'ig ;.;r ti;, plar.r.c'J ' trj Hy to Big Payoff CIIOKMA. Ari/.. cll't— I'hoeniv rftdio st4»tion KKl \ preiiarcd today to set, up .S">0,IIOO \vorlh of snfl drinks for some I,IM(I,<MHI ix-rsons in Ari/.onn. lo niiiltc. R'und Hit Independence l> u y promise. HIM'X disc joeUe\'S promised the station would liny drinks for everyone in the stale if it had a Iniflie dentil-free .Inly Ith. Till! sink) had no traffic tiilalities. Kidnaper In New Demands; Baby Dead? WESTRCRy. N. Y. iCP) — A person who said he was Ihe kidnaper (if 'month-old Peter \Vein- bcrjrer telephoned' the child's- f.-i- ther today and made ue-.v ransnin deiiiiinds. tin: la'her. Morris U'ein- ber:;;er, J-I-|KH ted. It was not made known wliflhcr Ibe caller u-a> a woman or a man. The demands nianV also were not made punlic. But Wi'iniierK''!- said Ihe c.p||er told him: "I'll be waicliiiij;' Ihe afHiuooii papers for vour reply." ' He asked newsmen lo fiiiiil this r^ply: "Am ready to meet your demands. Awaitinjf your call." Authorities had fi-ared that (be weather or a panicky kidnaper bad aroady 1,'tken the life of tbe little boy. ' A steady rain fell on the fashionable Lonji Island neighborhood where a desperate abdu.'lnr look the sleeping one -month-old child of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Wcinbereer Irut'ii a prilio AVedliesdav. An nn seasonable cold spoil c b i 1 I e ,! searchers who prii u-'ta !-;i n^ly combed the area in the off ' ban'v the bnhy wn.v; ab;indoncd nearby. Authorities were p--ssii)ii:-lic about the late of the baby, either from overo.xposurr lo Hie iucl.--- inent weather if tbe kidnaper .'ih;t:idot)ed iiim, ^r fiom \-|'ii'''n<-e by the kidnaper lnm:<e|r jf premature publicity frightened him into making pood his threat lo kit! Ihe child. Dummy packages- contaiiiisii; part of the S2.ofin ransom demand- fSee KIDNAriNn — Pagr Two) Hot And Dry Is Forecast The weallier otnlooU for P.av- town continued to be ho; and dry Friday after nearly a mon'h sine,any major lain fell in the i.ily F.ainf/ill so far this year is T.il inches |e>;s than norniiil inul r.n relief fiv.- the .'iryiv 1 ^'-; is in sii:bl. Throu^li .lune. I.V">f5 ii;«-h'-s of moisture b:id bei,« recorded at the (S,-e MKOI'TII —I-JIKC Two) Key Clubbers Are Home From Dallas Meniii^rs of n-.p f^obert K f>>0 tvey club '.'.-ere hai 1 k in I'.fiyr.ov/n Friday after attending the K,.y Club Jnternationni convention at the Statlf/r Hilton hotel in I.)a!la.s. Thrxse from here ivho nt.tendf-d were James Stri -kliiri'J. piiMJd,-nt. of the Texas-Oklahoma district; Ronald Doan. president of KKL K'-y riuh: James RhoxU'S. ,T< ssie Kirkpatrirk. \\'he(-!er Moliiiisnn, Fred Bnbbm. Don I,unik-y, Brutr; Barton, Dflnny Bauer, district pe-f- rc-tary and Joe Antle, editor of Kc-y Tunes. A!?x> makinp; Jbe trip -,verr Dr. ;ind \H s Je.sse Kiikpat ricK. f'har- i'-..i r ii kp-ilt!..»:, Mi >, (.',(.:;•;• r^-.,.or The '.cnv'intio.i •,•.•<!* \r. s-.ii.'jn '2<.tif,j \Atya ainsviiUii. $350 Million Plant Is On Plans Board Jones and L a u g h I i n Steel Co.. which recently announced that it would build a $350 million plant on the Houston Ship channel, has bought a tract south of Highway 90 on the west side of San Jacinto river, according to radio reports. It could not be immediately determined how much acreage is contained in the tract, but "several hundred" was the term u'-,ed in t'iulio reports of the transaction. The land lies in the vicinity of the site of Texas Butadiene and Chemical corporation's new multimillion dollar chemical plant now under construction. Jones and Laughlin announced in Houston last week that the company would definitely locate its new plant on the ship channel. The president of the board of directors stated at that time that the board would confirm the decision at its next meeting, probably in the next few weeks. Ike Huddles With Staff On Second Term Intentions CrTITYSRl'Kt;, Pa. lUPlPrnsl- dent l'Ji;;enbo\vpr discussed his -"<•- ond IOIT.U intentions with his a'^.i' today for the first lime since his illness. While House Pros.-.- Secretary James C. l-lrij;crl.y ••innouiiced thai hov'.-er discussed both nd Ueneriil politics" in «' Ibis morning' wit.li id Presidential Assisl- in Adams. ,I(J.\F.S Old College Wager- A. E. 'Pete 1 Jones May Sleep In Governor's Mansion Yet Kl-'.l) II.\liT.M \.\ • a haul Ill' 'l'i ill A U •• • n " ie-p I ' :'.<>; erniir n; T< --..r .IONICS—I':,;;,. Twin riiil 1'fll . • tile Pi inn foi ;ni!iibci term in Die While Ion e" ilap'rty told newsmen lha( both be and Ailiim.s talked with the i Inef o.xci ut.jre a I. the farm. Ad- auis conferred with Ihe Presi<lent H.-iK'-riy flatly re-fused lo ir,ve auv dejuilv of [hi- jv.iiitieal con- v"i.xatirui.s. fie said be "wouldn't Know" whetlicr a further slale- iiient of the President's second lei-iii intentions is rer|iiired. "AH Tin irvin;! lo do is lo keep you iiil'm-med of the conversation 1 have had '.nth Hie President," ,1 'aj'eriy said witli a fnce-spliU.iiifr 'When nii).;lil w.- «x|iect an an- c.o'ihcf-iiien! of th.-'.e political dis- cii-ision-'.'" :i reporter asked. Ilaycitv s.iid it "inisht Iv' i^i-e im.MM.J-:—-I'uRr Two I thnt Falling Gun Killed Airman Steven Carroll Rites Here Saturday I- '.ii|,-r.'i| serviie. to;- ,\iruuin Ste•- e,, K Cat roll. L"i, v.'iil be held at. I 1 ' a m Saturday .it St. Mark's Method^! i.hurch wilh hr Wayne McC]e.>i<ey, |i,t.tor. ot ', icialm .;. Huruil '.-. ill he i ;1 Han .l.-u-uild Mcmrl: eerie 1 vi v under dmx:- i:i 'if Kai liin,...-!'.,. arne in liis tbe The Iniilci fn Airman C.irroll under the right eye, tile report Si'lid. Airmail Ciirroll, :> n.iti •.'..• Bay- .'inihin -.viiose parent;;, Mr. a'lri Mrs. K M. <'iin'i)M. no'.v live in ch,inne|- '•'•'",'•'. bad b-"cn ir: the Air Forve ---.rice K.-bnruy. !!*.">." He enlisted ••'OOii after Isis yi'.uiilal !:<.ii.-it I-;. (,(•:• hit;h -iciio ili.s '.'-':;•>. Mrs. V.-ia <-; ; !'- --.| f I'liu : \'ev,id-i Th-;i- a', tin' nome i,f her mo! from 1-; lee Drive Sidewalk Is Being Buiit To College .•i i'i MY. til; of : A i: a in Hay. iii 1 ; wife. e,j llv il f 'ii.iI'ini"-'- tl idol;iii d Bobby T A.'-hlfly from '; !>•<• '"' !EL Teacfier Tafdng Oak Ridge Course Jscolt SMJ'l '-iche. cff-.vs tin- po-jri-ii; Ivy rultv! .r. i lo/ - Uj'i. 'ji lh'. v '.iv!i:p:: i-l l/ii. :•! u'ie.-- li'oin Y.r.,.i A iv.ii'.ihor of outstanding authori- ;'--•; in various scientific fields arc .vtii'ritil^ (ia sucii subject:, as c'liissi- •il ;ir.-I modern physics, diemis- ty, iii;ti':v.:r,i:i*i<.'s, science expert- rTMits. .soioiiec-toiichinc; methods, ferhniO'ir of usieg rvulioi- Tiie institute in which enrolled includes tabova- iui:-; to i!ii,hl<Tru : ;iit lei tui >» Ur.iver-

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