The Baytown Sun (Baytown, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 147, Ed. 1 Monday, November 24, 1952 Page: 1 of 16
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33. NO. M7
TELEPHONE: 1302. fiv* Cants Per Copy
Monday, November 24, 1952
TODAY’S NEWS TODAY
52 Down In Alaska
On Sale Here
FAINT RADIO SIGNAL SPURS
HOPE FOR MISSING AIRMEN
, sE°w.Kore..Nov.24- is. 2?tsswViEfaz
(UP)— Deadly accurate rifle -Search crews stymied by bad Chord Air Force B„se Wash
and artillery fire broke ud weather, hoped Monday that a faint | M g 1 m :•
Monday to attack Sniper
n' the MO WocTcieliXthe in- - * DAN
•rnational SOS band The bi-difltrict fame be-
^operated emergency transmitter ditUB.
,jygflH earned ,.n pi^es. % Gander Coach Dan Stall-
WlSMk, WmiftW P.-HK*r. ('ns. h Lama-Camp flip-
yHHMK8fi«r '•.‘inn hanpcrcd operation* Sun- T . ,
. I IS ■ >*5
fames that could'**£!
ndings should Temped
zona then could '(at,,
chars pi onsh.p bv be»w
i another Border kxsTei
rdin-Simmons and WmI
fhed at Abilene in is
n the Gulf Coast'CoM
iwestem pUyed Thij!v*l
Falls Saturday aSg
(western trying- to *a £
arc* opener.,. ■“
We title gam* m <
I Rid?e in force-
S§8h'' • tB'mni Alert South Korean rifle-
1 men P°ured a withering fire
O i I M I ! into Chinese troops trying to
w/j el? IIP a take Pinpoint Hill agd Rock
'■few I W/ J'lT Mount on the embattled ridge.
! wUSSmmSr C '■ M S United Nation* artillery and mor-
Kjbf ^rto. .!£(- i tar> backed the South Koreans in
\ * "hat appeared to be a poaiible
—YatrtTf' . .
Jer-' and mortar fire scattered the
flMLNIi 1 J,.l hr*t Red attack by about 600 men,
■>* VifPRp I 7......"*t *•/•* ■ aa tbajr.asewlAfroai eaves andtun-
_ 2$ « ** ««hBn tip of Sniper
Two MMera, Pam eta, S. and Patricia O-XeU, g, of Sleigh. If. C. "*«*• -V
Infantile paanjyito.bine h», wfectrd a* ims polio poo- Later about 320 Rads triad to
. ukL^TTi.^uiT" ^ P°«» >■■» three day, apart/ surprise the South Koreans on Pin-
iPtitle gam* w * ® ^
tas Conference with Ml
I hoping for a poults* <
nship tie with'idleJttihMl
1, meeting Texas A*1 a |
a Saturday night -
I fets Reyenge Railway Express Is
'^ ^Death ^ drying To Pull Out
to.ow BT.l. dual ml
fumaer with n»«m
tie control*, i arts Id
If7.lt per moatt)
Btawrr npUnaal M
1^ nu DOWN
^r- % y “ southeast of Anchorage Oosest aeat. 22,000 per»on. and Stallworth
m - emergency landing fields were at *aid there will be plenty of tiek--
V B ■ #v Cordova, 70 miles to the northeast ets for Baytown /an*.
L a Bi Vk ’ J and Vakutat, 2.72 miles to the east The following ticket price »che-
4' I liB m €?*» but the sky giant did not put in at dule wm adopted:
L (fCA either of (hose placss Studenta, SO centa; general ad-
t-Bk, f wW -- The plane earned enough fuel to mission, 11 M reserve seat* f2-
I remain airborne until 5 a m, cst box seat* (2 90
MV ■ Sunday. It was letting down Eighteen minute, have been al-
proach on which • plane must The Reaaan Bultdoee will h* iha
2LW„Si” W™2E~* «* ^oS,2?'X* hQm*««• <X<»
eMaemman after they flniahed a game af tenni. at the Banquet log up off the ends of aaeh wtaf uniforms. TM Ganders wQ wear
ftH^awflk »»■&» f*ns> A mmtt U m* 41 jutMtigwi
a**-rr-r?-"-gaSaiSaF*5 Raaho XAAaaad
a —..—# ,z: zr ^ ww«. «tr»«Qin, Man, May-
LlVESTON. Nov. >4-«- A *® out of M Texa* town* with p**rl. Newton, Poteet, Rio Grande
Lm erased teenager walked company express unite, and City, Rio Hondo. Riviera, Barita,
kdi* Little Owl tavern here Baytown la one of them Bead rift, 8ebe»tian, Somerset,
MV tad pumped four bullet* “l Baytown i* the largest Velaeeo, Woodaboro and Tivoli.
iBim-caavict who two years C,QL th* *rouP.
| Kg the youth* at iter to Th» «*P*ny hae asked for a .. -. .
L ^ hearing before the Tea*. Railroad 17 Vg»aP_AU Ctrl
|TMs Beaiy hospital, near comnumlon. and a date for the I/" I CO( *VHI 0111
Raped ly Negro
FX5£it^ sassjJs^rcr: ■ 1Ua“
L m as amauh to murder»* rMult at ■ rsqaest from the re-
h, va> MaHon Ciaa II wh«l'*U m,rch*nU committee The
■M the tbootlnf then lora-" WmsaRtee rtudlad the commit-
Cm mkhe, and STr who' *»* ahd -J»d the hoard ---------
MM ead *■»■)» taM them to «»» step walked homo from work sad IS
IMIM.* “The company asked s* to help minulss Is tor poiics arrested s !*•
■M told ofiates glade had Biem get into Baytown soon after T-wr-old Negro as s suspect.
m Mrs May Grace. Marioa s conaolidatlon,- Manager Nelson However, the operator, mother
(hr, sag Mrs Era Scbueaier, McElroy said, "and since that of a 17-month-oid daughter, sard
mm. as a downtown Gal res- time the basin*** people hare de- she wasn't positive of the suspect's
Item early Monday »end#d upon the service. The identification and police were look-
hi nousron fluey
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Allied pilots noted that tornr of
w.rt- -- sx^jnznsx
glaring They made easy targets
for the UN airmen. „--------------------—„ .......... K„,
Second Lt. Joseph H Daniel of T"as »« ' b'« ",k«P out" than justified
SHir Lf^-S F£Z~CzS j£
■ ■ ~ ; signments. h*ve made up their 1
minds to bar him at all cost, from _ # _ ,
years, from 1938 to 3945 . - _ _
Rep Franct, E Walter <D-P» >. MflU Rp C||f
who will be ranking Democrat on ,TI 11 J U^ WUI
the committee in the 83rd Congress _
said bluntly that he doesn't want By MAUREEN GOTHI.IN Isaac Samuel Reynold.. 64 re- jeffersnn Da^iT
ft*?WA-SH,NGTON' N<n’ 2^ lrp~ ^ «*-mlU worker, died at 8:40 thic ward lust______
committee " ' 5 **“ Price Stab Hirer T.fhe E Woods pm Sunday at hi* home at 2300 0 D Smiley, 40, an attendant
"I don't think he has any coo- ■‘•Y dsdde Monday to roll back re- Caroline. *"^uneof jwo floor
w^ -W'aTttKolS “ e-U"* PriC” 00 ^ de5P‘lf rUn#r*1 wi" h'ld “ motion in B.ggem' moTTn^feSd
the cwnm.ttee a aork, Walter told ,di-,ce to the contrary from his 1 p m Tue.day at the Gann church the man trying to pick the lock.
KHI .......BPBB.. ---------------- mSm added that h. m. « ««u> Lufkia with Rev. V. A. SaU<T MM flMn|||BnK
tSnATK IBdatpo Highland* Jourdanton. tim ran the few remaining Mocks HOUSTON. Nov. M —UP—A IT- .. ^ „b, .t.. w. Price officials said that at most Burge pastor of the Church of * **• **^*®*-.
Sft_.No Sjolonder Rood Action wsZZ'Z ^=$35SS
Resident Writes To Judge Bob Casey JETVSJZ 2S’ ~ c- a If
a***.». vo—_Hu..a., SSS31 TfsrwiKuS'Jst ^"jraaearazzzxzxszls-z blsfer KennY
M Qsrpenter* ’• at Cwlar Bayou had taad* another ~mv faUtd to m M. PV^ £r,J*£. *■; campmgn-and m ' hiwjuent roUback in thttee ceiling, probabiy roy. E E. and W. A. RsywMda af
attempt la get badly aeeded re- ^ l*Ma»Mto-MM ht hoped to re- TOM * mount to only a couple of Baytown and Sgt. Clark E Rey (J nCOflSClOUS?
. ^ pain for Osir hsavfly traveled •*" ^ 55f «*M ComnmtesUninttoe ^ carts a pound ^ Aaliocd la Japan; four .
►"■Hi thoraupMare Monday according »• *«»•" the one I wrote Wa. ,rtiel‘ *P* bim andthe Wood's staff has advised him daughters, Mr* Lottie Reynold, af L/___
l« Mm edhsal to coma unity leader H C Hart Hart said STm ' *Jte UK^mtnc“ m™*1*** »Mt roilbsck, sr( legally possible. Baytown; Mr* Leona McBride of ffOPe C7O/70
■ at (toi, b.. as. „ . _____ ... ^ ^ *•» "• m*<,» •“ acisioB b htr Ma. /root bum befor* and dur- iw i* u,,. u_T^.i_ Davtn Mr* iturrdi o»,. ai r v
Party Bars Him From Un-American Activities Group L0OS6 Iff! Houston
headlight, EL*:AX!:* *»* its bos*. Democratic leaders W.lter snd some others think HOt^mv M™, *t rp . w
- — cgS5S?g;. aagasaLj-yy
- the subversive la^^ w.Sou,ll «.ZT pcvchooaduc ward ripprt sjmrt hi
PrMem :Mder**UP «*“ COr]' em,r^ .8,^y"r«,^r?
lue pajamas. flsUing s piece
of metal about his head.
Even- police car available was
thrown into the search for the man
in a 30-block area and police
warned pedestrian* to be wary if
they saw the man approaching.
He was Identified a, W. Tfii*.
gen. 54. a circus laborer against
whom a lunacy charge had been
The muscular. « feet. I inch la-
borer had been sent to the ok!
' -------1 hospital psychopa-
Nh tea two women accom- **e volume of baalocaa justifies he, husband, said she was walking
N Ml began a march for «he active agency * home after alighting from a bus
» ** ‘mod him at 1:40 a m. In the event the unit tu with- when she heard a noise behind her.
M it tea tavern He fired aa drawn, express la end out of Bay- A few seconds later, she said the
■MM sad mater watched towa would be handled at railroad Negro grabbed her and said "don’t
Ito doorway dopot* and the delivery service acream. don't about, don't do any- --- ------- .
P *te coBvictad af aggra would to abandoned thing You don't want to die, do ** *tor*1 **»°bne
••■te aad m* tepced ton In diacoaalon of the situation, you?” His gunner said they also hit am-
tlttssssts.«•*-•(—»*. ,, H
F !** bun rtjeaaed from Is sought to to discontinued are Yj* victim was dragged about ^»• • » a I “C# f I
■<MN^iy and Detertiv. on the Missouri Itodflc Unas 200 feet into a shed where the at- e* , - n
teh_ *•*« **•'"to#- Her* is a list of the town, men- tack took place She sad she caught n&fITI IM
*•£ h*d * ta ,h' *nrh«r. • quwk glinpae of her attack's 5
Daughter I After
Town Teen-Age Vandals Sought
Two Mont Beivieu Homes Ransacked Death Of Father Area Weather 'Normal'-Warm And Damp
JSlftSJSVST SST-aUf—A* ®*n*r*l Rainfall Break, Back Of Drouth In Southwest
"uS StSmS S«»S<2 *,w am u— » P«|» a- 2Te£i!*T2 *• »■ Ml «■*, — .......... ,(*• tap a
"*«“»* hunt tar • new* _, long to J. R- Ototom amd Back Jacinto Memorial btopitad tor g **** ”?** >*«to«y — tw« yearn la snow areas af THteh *W the stole cut toto
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Hartman, Fred. The Baytown Sun (Baytown, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 147, Ed. 1 Monday, November 24, 1952, newspaper, November 24, 1952; Baytown, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1042786/m1/1/: accessed May 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Sterling Municipal Library.