The Baytown Sun (Baytown, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 245, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 18, 1954 Page: 1 of 24
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BAYSHORE WEATHER—Cloudy, scat-
tered showers Thursday afternoon and
night with km ef 58 expected Thun.day
night Coder and clearing Friday. Fresh
to strong southerly winds, changing to
west and northwest by Friday.
Sri Bilks 4 Swains,
Gives Jack To Fifth
TOKYO, March 17-flfl- Police
arrested pretty Takako Takano, 24,
a barroaid Wednesday and charged
she swindled four men out of 100,-
000 yen (about *300).
They said she promised marriage
to all four, then turned the money
they provided, for a trousseau over
to a fifth—and somewhat more
•n, the tick-
[ Benson Thursday or Erie
[* preliminary step to havu
N audit of county books.
I Tobin announced earl
» auch an audit of the bo
I under "consideration,” bu
is day's announcement is
! time he said such an ai
J| definitely be sought.
J Judge Cullen W. Briggs
is pus Christi took over L
* dudes temporarily T
S Briggs, Judge of the 117th
* court, was named acting
5 Laughlin’s 79th district bv
* -istrative Judge W'.R- B1
a Mission. Tex.
* Blalock said Briggs wou
; until Gov. Allan Stivers
* T.ftnghUn'g permanent
* ment „ ,
* Laughlin said he will J
i comment on whether he wi
* his ouster to the United St
I prerhe Court until he iss
* written statement.
i - 'I don't know what the
* have in mind,” he said.
I Laughlin could not be
* for several hours after the ‘
5 Court ordered him out c
\ at 12 o’clock noon Wednes
was working on his far
March IS, 1964
TODAY’S NEWS TODAY
VOL 34, NO. 245
5535 in fines
luded in the
STATE RESERVE LIFE
“Sc* Me Before You Die"
Named Auditor Before
X- • -
ALICE, Tex.. March 18-UP—C. Laughlin, thrown out of office by W. M. Benson of Alice, a certi- Several taxpayers* suits had been
Woodrow-Laughlin — as one of his the Texas Supreme Court on fied public accountant linked with filed against him, some asking for
last Official acts before being oust- charges of partiality and official Parr as a tax consultant and book- an audit.
ed Wednesday as 79th District misconduct, said Thursday he has keeper for the millionaire politicsl Duval county official* said Thurs-
judge — named South Texas Po- not decided whether he will appeal leader, was picked by Laughlin to day Benson would be asked for s
litical boa? George Parr’s former to the U.S. Supreme Court How- succeed C. T. Stansell Jr. "full audit" of Ihival county books,
personal accountant as the new ever, the portly former jurist said Stansell, under heavy fire from Duval County Judge Dan C. Tob-
Duval county auditor, it was re- he would issue s written statement political factions opposing Parr, In Jn, announced Thursday that
vealed Thursday, Thursday afternoon. gave no reason for his resignation. (See Laoghllw—Page Two)
City Atty. George Chandler; apt- 1
ing as a private property owner
in Wynnewood addition, Wednes- 1
day filed a district court action
which shut down the remaining
producing well to Wynnewood ad-
Chandler's suit, a counter ac- j
tion in the suit of Dallae Holmes
vs. Oak OtT Corp. st il, bad three
This Thief Should Be Full
(1) He asked that the restrain-
ing order which last month shut
down the E. H Adlong No. X
well be set aside.
! (2) He asked for a temporary
Deputies M. M Brown and J. C Bickerstaff are looking for a
tipsy, well-fed burglar.
He cleaned out the frosen food locker at the Tower Drive-in arid
took along eight eases of boor. Emmett Hutto, owner of the Tower,
■aid about 1149 worth of fish and steaks as pel] as the beer was
missing when he opened for business Thursday morning. The bur-
WANNA BUY A LIO.YT-Hoplng to dispose of these three Hon cubs, th
offered to. give a cub, worth $890, free with each purchase of two white
The mother of the year-old cubs is expecting another litter In April. E
bone meat, four pounds of dog biscuits, one-hep pound of hamburger
milk a day. . —..... ■
Injunction and restraining order
to dose Oak Oil Corp.’s well on
the Baytown Developers, Inc.,’
property, la the "commefclai"
area of Wynnewood addition.
(3) He eued Oak Oil Corp. for
3150,060 actual and punitive dam-
YOU always pay l
Ship Sinks In Heavy Gulf Seas
ages for "draining the oil out from |
under my property."
Chandler Is one of the 380-odd
property owners who have been
named as co-defendants in the
Dallas Holmes suit which resulted
in shutting down the Adlong well.
He said District Judge Ewing
Boyd was willing to dismiss the
Ho lines suit complete^, but
Chandler asked that the suit be
left pending so he could stay In
court with his cross aqtlon. i •}.
The restraining order on the
Baytown Developers well, near St.
John's Methodist church, was
granted and the well wag shut
Auto Togs Lett
MRS. O. M. MOODY of 100
Brownwood Drive has a problem.
Her husband left the new auto
licence plates on the car fender.
8ure enough, there're gone now.
Mrs. Moody figures they fell off
somewhere along the Wooster-Ce-
dar Bayou road through the re-
finery. The plate number Is ML
T424 and the Moody phoy num- _
bgr to ase. .
MEMBERS of the Knife and
Fork club will hear a talk on
eomic strips at their meeting nt
7:8# p.tn. Monday In Humble
Dining room. Al Malinger, a
Knife and Fork elub member,
alii be Ola speaker. Tickets, nt
St .50 each, may be purchased
from Wlltoa Roper a* OOiens
National bank or at Max Alt-
man's until noon Monday,
A clty-Wlde survey of sanitary conditions' will be unapproved garbage facilities ^tiy, rabbits, other .
... , . . i An,i—v ...ut.ni -itv animal pens, unapproved outdoor toilets, lack of NEW ORLEANS, March 18 —w
started1 next week by Gerald Landry, .assistant city ,^u£«ti.facto7y Kptk UnJts. -The "Atlantic." a converted sut>
sanitarian. ^ After the information has been correlated, these chaser, went down in heavy seas
Landry wtll gather detailed. Information in a conditions will be pin-pointed on a large-scale map in the Gulf of Mexico 70 miles
house-to-house survey, and will try to visit every 0f the city. west-southwest of Morgan City,
home la Baytown during the next few weeks. I„ the course of the survey Landry wUl also pass La.. Thursday, but the Cttait Guard
“The purpose of the survey is to reveal basic san- out free literature on general sanitation. **w the 10 crewmen aboard the
itation problems in tills ftroft and to serve as ft “W® hope the survey will lead to ft bettor under- vessel were rescued,
guide to control operations,” he explained. standing ef the city health department and its Coast Guard officials said the
Landry wifi make out survey forms. Hating such place In the community," be said. crewmen were picked Dp bv the
conditions as theas: Any civic groups interested in helping with the ship Naomi Ann, and were being
Rat harborages, mosquito and fly breeding areas, survey may call him nt City Hail, Landry said. taken to Morgan City.
"As far aa we know there were
_ 'i ... ^ p . i ' • _ _ _ __ _ _ _ " no iniuries.” a Coast Guard sookes-
down Wednesday, Chandler said.
Sen. Kefauver Gets
Into McCarthy Row
WASHINGTON, March 18 —UP by McCarthy’s own Senate
—The angry feud betwwn Sen. Jo- tlgetin* subcommittee withet
seph R. McCarthy and the Army a$ chairman. ; ,*
erupted on a new from Thursday -n* Uaue. however. >Pt»'
“ M most certain to corn* up in
an investigation br the Armtd Ser- form since Army Secretary J
For City Weds
By CHSaffeft BULKIER
ay or R. H. Pruett said Thure-
he will recommend that the
Council pass an oil well "pool-
ordinance retime than n
Fort Worth Grain Wall Ol Forest Fires
MMC wwiS ProtcH Fre"6t p«sf
T. Stevens, a key figure in the mum limits on the else of the oil
feud, was one <g the scheduled wit- leas* “pool*” into which property
nesses. Other* me luded Defense ownen may band themselves for
Secretary Charles E. Wilaoo: Adm. oil operations.
Arthur W. jUdford' chairman of It would prohibit iot-by-lot driil-
the Joim Chiefs of Staff and Gen. In(< wouM up RP yp^ifie
Matthew B. Ridgway, Array chief boundaries for the pools other
In affect, it would let the oil
^hich he" "* UP toMr own pools
wltW» •** limitation*
fulness and armSd servic* moral. JJ £,".re £** SS
th US approximately the she
cflmf to «4 nc <td lftst ./ .# ik. |wy,i. bIpmAw «»i
th# Armv rharffKi thit McCarthy *^7*5. ' P001*. *******
HANOI, Indo-China. Merch 18 - Waves of French bombers end
UP—The French defenders of Dien fighter-bomberj swept over the
Bien Phu ringed their besieged area in one of the war’s heaviest
bastion with an inferno of forest air attacks, searing the forests
“ _ T_-L.., „ _____ with flaming napelm. Gunners of
Viet Minh division massed for a the encircled garrison opened a
final attack. desperate barrage.
Communist Gen. Vo Nguyen Giap The pilots were ordered "at any
mgflnfc ehatrmaii of
the third annual Art p«*»e ex-
hibit to be held at Lee College on
th!irth»dead«nedfor wt^'oNd* Orlean, public grain elevator and fii^Thursday”to hold back a new
media will be at 8 p.m. Friday, two Fort Worth, Tex., grain offic-
Exhlbtts will W accepted all day ia]s have been indicted on charges
r'uTS? d‘ f 01 mixin* frost-damaged Canadian threw" Tew 'divis'i
b. VM p m Monday. wheat with higher grade domestic pUce 12,000 dead and
Commission M*«IK| «««. r*b*1*-
MAYOR M. D. Borgia wiH pre- The three men indicted Wednes-
sent some fact, on UebflHy and day by a federal grand jury are fI/M/arnmfl
eompensatkm Ineurnnee ta» C J. Winters, the former man- vUTCin/HC
study by JffS* **7t*?l£ **er of th* New Orleans elevator; a • .
STuM Z hf* Potishman. president of the f
p.,m Friday. Bwgln said he Transit Grain Co., of Fort Worth. 7
would have Informatie^on rates an(j Ju]ian vicf president of F* , s f\t !
SHst - Sfr'P 0f L
Lm land C«ic.rt ' ^ *••• JKffiWSTYA,
TH* ANNUAL Robert E. tee _ . n . of land on Gatllsrd beta
band •bring concert jriil be pre- ‘gtXrWetoS^ foe and^ Sterling, Clty_l
Not A TlBktr'i Donj*
CHICAGO, March It- UP -
Sen. Joseph B. MeOarthy Thurs-
day defied White House plea*
for moderation la eongresslonnl
Inrestigattons and said his critics
ware still trying to be heroes to
* "Jackal patek* snapping at kis
heels. ”1 don’t five n tinker’s
dam hew high or low are the
people la either party who are
unhappy about our methods.” he
Area Too Small;
Second Boat Hit
out after rein of two days ago,
caught fire and the licking flames
forced many Red soldiers to flee, _
French authorities said. A smoky Compiled from United Frees reports
brown-yellow pall hung over t h e ^ for (n|lr(in( th< ..hu4r4
v l*n°glngroundT*were “fi
r^uss^n-StdL Mdotov’^ck, Xd^tetU^co^U?nkg°bort
and U.S.-built GMC trucks which ^ turn<!, *
the Chinese captured from the Na- “p ^^.7... th.
tionaHsts in Chlns'i civti war T. nniJi
But the rebels did not launch when ‘p* u" t*d
their expected all out a s s . ul t *,n ^b'r^lnt hydr0‘
Wednesday night The French high bomb lMt M*rch y
command said harrsssing fire snd „ *r°wir'k con<^"
patrrt probes increased steadily, the la'running out of space
however. for hydrogen bomb tests what
nod about It ta "Lift'
Tor the lovely
rays knew you COuW b*.
^aryi Richards permanent..
-fuff At lonq[ last Kara i*
iat actually keeps your wave
no matter what type o; ha r
"If we art, Bp a rigid (peeing
ordinance, the drilling ef a shal-
low well to * drilling unit would
prohibit anyone from drilling an-
•evert] pertif* and a trip to Bryan JuMua CketJeechouldt. 96, of
hut It alao landed them In the ted* Highland*, Betty Strobeld, 26, and
Report From Austin-
- By O. B, LLOYD JR. continue until 145 Thursday room-
MJSTTN, Merch 18 —UP—Gov. “W ^ ^
m mmi* ““r- in^an KSSA
Idgbf. low was 85 Wacr tasOdtag progqm was ap- proved the edmimstratjoo s' *23.5
of B# had been re- Piwed by the Senate finance com- million bill to give school teachers
the day. It was « 8“- ,im' a 8402 annual say hike. Then it
my Phillips of Angletoo loot » one la-jnebcd into the Phillips . exteud-
inaa etm^ign to block immediate ag discussion of the eonstructioe
Final vote, which saw PhtiLw That uUn appropriates 83.5 mil-
_ downed m the committee hassle by lion tor the Southwestern Medical
•a U to 1 count earn* after al- School. Dellas; SL18MN fcr the
a most eight hours of hearings «■ toe Unhenttv of TexaF Dental Branch
at mulu-milhon Mar proposal. The at Houttop: 83j mflUep for the
Mm. Meek commiree bearing opened at 4 Eastham Priwe, Farm, aad 125
y direction pm., recessed at 13# tar dinner mflUou to the State School tv the
ing the case since March b___
Eaaley said the trio “foliated"
the 85 bills by tearing off the
corners of 820 bills and pasting
them on the fives. They also spent
the 180 bills which are legal tender
so long aa no more than two cor-
ner. are missing Eaaley said.
The first bin with the trans-
planted 880 on it was discovered
al Harold’s Drive-ta on March X,
Bailey said. On March U, Dandy’s
way. veeiing in the wave
ailed Froth. Ceil 8142 for a«
odoy for the most excitmg
your entire 1-fei it s just woooertut.
soeee hav* refused to buy the sea-
food delicacy since the catch of one
of tile two fishing vessels was
found to be dangerously contamin-
ated with radiation poisoning.
The agriculture, forestry aod
welfare ministries Thursday order-
ed all ocean - going fishing crafi
to pot into one of five designated
part« for a careful check by Geiger-
counter. tor radiation
Two islands to the Pacific prov-
ing grounds have been pretty arefl
blasted off the map bv the two
moat recent esmeriments but plentr
mere are-available ta the area if
needed, thev said.
The present danger cone *ur-
wundtag the test area ram 89
miles east and west tad 18 miles
north and south
|;i Mr. CImHm CMrcb
P Ibf the Caryf Richard* Cq,
!_ wi» be ta our bneuty t#f«»
II Morck 23rd.
Supt. Gentiy Heads Teachers Group
Mrs. Hazel Board Rites Held Today
B RUN SCW
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Hartman, Fred. The Baytown Sun (Baytown, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 245, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 18, 1954, newspaper, March 18, 1954; Baytown, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1042269/m1/1/: accessed May 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Sterling Municipal Library.