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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 3

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Tuesday, JuVv TO. Jury Trials Of Civil Cases Waif One Year STANFORD, Calif. -iU')— The editors of ihe Stanford Law Review have foun-j that I Sir 1 n;ilion:il average wailing Unu; for jury trhil M'lor a civil e;iso lias boon placed on tin. dcickrt is just uncli'ir a year. In som(.' pl:uvx it's wor.-:-.-: KOmc places, better. A piahitii'f suin<; in the superior court of Worcester L'Oimty, !>Ias?.. inns;, vvaii almost [our years, ami a t.VL'ty of uvo years is not uncommon in oilier parts of (lie country. "The passive of inm; causes mmioru's i.n dim r.riii wiuirssirs to 'lit: or disappear, 1 ' said the Review in a current issue. "And a plaintiff with a jnst claim may be deterred from prosecuting' it or be compelled to make an inequitable settlement by financial inability to wait for trial." Tlio P.eview, which examine.! the situation, held thai compul- s.'iry arbitration of small claims, now receiving an extensive test in Pennsylvania, offered all states ".•in encouraging prospect for the si)ve.!)ci- ao'minisuaUon of justice." By Bill O'Mollcy SaijJomit 'S>um Paan 1 Turks Threaten To Quit NATO l.ON'OON — Tip — R o 1 i a b I e sources saiil rixlay llial Turkev has Inrea.iene.l to quit Hi,- North Atlantic Troaty Organisation and ihe H.-ijj'iiii.-u! pad. if llriuiii thi'O'.iiili \vltli l\er pl-.i n of i'uie for Ovprus. Turkey's firm .siarul on the I'sprus i|iie.s"oii has forced I'.rii- ain In mini ft H.s earlier plan to olfer self-rule to (ho .strife-torn Mediterranean Island, as well as a [ii'usfvc: or soif-clotormiiKitioii in This p|;m is now dead and * new one is being- worked out, of- SEE US FIRST HOME LOANS REAL ESTATE SALES BOB BEVERLY, IJexllor Tuck KeaHy Phono 5474 f's. 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JPnieU St. and military men from HIK! .Britain it'ike tht everyone should speak English, preferably without, an accent. More in Paris tourists e:in bo Speii hang'in.u ;;rotinrl Ihe liusy American Tixpross Co. offioo conversing with lh« bi-linsiiiil si;iff on such subjects us the wpnther, II"' ilyy's IIIHVK or whnre they should g'o foi- luni:li. "They jnst come in here l>o- CHII.SI.' they like to lu-nr English spoken." siiicl L. K. C'oeil, Ameri«:an .Express travel, manager in Piiri. The stubborn attitude of 'English spcakiiia; people plus the war. commerce and tourism is nnakinj*; Ens'lish a. c.om.moii "scconrt lang- nuge" in nearly every country in Europe. In Denmark policemen now wear armlets proclaiming their ability to speak English. There are plenty of 1he.se policemen, for Scandinavians, have taken pride 1 in learning- "English as part of their regular education. Germ any, after 30 years of Al- difficiilly for I IIP ordinary traveler, lioil occupation, is so full of Enji- All the big- notcls in .1'dris have 'Knglish spoiiUinjj staffs ami hcail waiters at first class restaiiranl.s are required In speak Kn^Iish before they gi'i, the job. lish speaking 1 people Unit it is tlit'- tonrisLs •ficnll to learn Gorman. America Kvoti slorn, poker faced West altitude thai OOITIMU Chancellor Konrad Adenauer, who is almost certainly more re.spon.sible for Oerm.iny's posl-wnr cmuc back than any oihi'f sins'lr. ITIMU. umjcirslflnds English. ;!lthoush he I'd'nsos to speak il. In fi'iinci 1 . which lars'oly lives by the toiiiisl Iradc, tlvrt 1 i.s little VACATION'S OVER! We Are Open Again To Serve You SOUTHERN RADIO & ELECTRIC 2515 MARKETS!. DIAL 5005 HALF-TON '51 CHEVROLET PICK-UP .\IC\\ B1.IJK i'AlNT— RADIO—IlKATEK— SINCE 600 SV. 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