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   Baytown Sun, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1956, Baytown, Texas                                Little KAVSIKWK WKATIIKK Cloudy nml in tcmiHTalurcs TIDES Hitch Tor Siiturduy YOUR HOME NEWSPAPER 208 TODAYS NEWS TODAY February 1756 TEXAS TELEPHONE Ptr Copy sun spots Civic Music Concert CYvIC MUSIC iissodatlon mrm will attend a concert at Friday in the Robert The Winged Victory will Mothers Ciub Supper JOSEPHS Mothers will pipnsoo Mexican supper 5 Saturday in theschool eafr ti will be and Hiiiri vJ I tv Tin public Mrs Ki Chcnge iv dictions leave Bay toiiiaio Is no clinnyo in the r through Til Friday laorninii 43 Rl high record T Hflnfal totaled Saturday Square Dvinco r u i it S Saturday uCommunity 1lv pviln U Bol president CEDAR BAYOU AREA GUARANTEED SEAT ON CITY COUNCIL nmc des HOUSTON Lightninghit IL cnidtill tank at i Service 1iprliiip farm Friday sotting ablaze niu tlireat TiinL other tanks near sprayed tho neighbor hood of the with foaniite to ketp iVflames from spreading from tlv burning Texas highway patrolmen block ed off n portion of muchtraveled u S no the vicinity of the firn because of the heat from the burn tine Volunteer firemen from three nearby unincorporated towns and City were fighting the stub born company said he believed there wns little danger of tho burning tank n a most nf tlainrs were Tlir burning lank was lint fvcn if it dikes xlo to contain till Tbe was IS feet high and htH about barrels the oil r be piped to Sour eveiHuallv to refinery More Snow Is Falling On Wesf Texas INITItt IMiKSS A brilliant sun shone on snow covered West Texas Friday but mure snow fcl across the north area and ram coveroO of the icmninder of the Two inches of new snow fell much of West Texas Thurs day night to leave a covering up to 12 inchc in some iijiliilimr ihe remaias of last weekends inches of n snow fia tup if two from of snow covered tho area after inches fell Thursday Snow still fell Friday in an area from Oklahoma fily to Aliiene jo lort Worth nnrtheastward to A nun loll 1 the east and south of that area oxept from IMS of Austin south to Krownsviilo uhero skies wore qu Around Town MAE finally feeling tho hunger pangs and grabbing a bite to cat Don Hollaway coming straight to the point about a re quest Fisher starting a new gnmc of using an empty carton of milk Willie Brewer into the old sules routine in order r pass on a Miles ihininjj about an easy way Io make money llenvy KergoloiViiy still ionsid n hir 1n he hi in nf H iiii plans for iv in Or pii Yonnl elling Kirtley giving some tor livpin aftir sMiie well thinking about iiiDiltling a riliir Jvii Joneil iti iii ted for an wer joining the vaults of college Dolbort Tirrvil a tbleU growth of in prepaialioti for Ina Knlhovitie Pavis all dressed up in her new red cross a present for her birthday Julie wearing her prettiest smile when asking a Sybil Lively chides nn old customer about Making ew vizis to TVggy enjoying a good of only Mirvivor of tluCivil wars Union will marie his JIM liirtlidny Saturday wdh quiet The number of visitors wns due to which lias full cil notiocnlily in the past be still rises IOVPH liiK coffet nnd puffs several cigars evry He was horn in Tnternational SoumJphoto news in brief AUSTIN One of two Independent auditors who exam ined tho books of the defunct Tillst Guaranty due to ap pear before a Senate committee hearing Friday was reported to be in New York on military offi cials reveal least three radio weather balloons launched by Russia have fallen on Senate opens hearings on whether a Nebraska attorney at tempted to buy the vote of Francis Case on the recently pass ed natural gas PARIS Government clamps weekend ban on meet ings to prevent Communist rishlist attor ney Ralph Yarborough calls for restoration of fixed price Crop supports at 90 per cent of Despite Extension Plans Council Irked By Phone Book Delay General Telephone companys Baytnwn officials goc a vorboi spanking fiom City Coun ri jjiglu for their dc to postpone publication of x Jieur despite ox by Mayor Pmctt that the rnnipiiay pluniuM million expansion program in the near I have been informed by Joe of the Mayor told the that his oompany plans n bifr ex ii the near which most of thr present Ware says that is the com reason for deferring publi ontion of a directory until Nov instead o by unanimous ordered the teic phonrcompany to show cause why tbe directorjshould not be published in April as has been the companys policy for The company announced last week that it had decided to foretro publication of the directorjuntil ri later tinte to nllow time or more complete compilation of Tincouncil said it had not been informed to the reason for tm til publication of its telephone is our opinion ihrit this directory should be published in as was the custom I move further that the mayor bo authorized and instructed to properly inform the company that this council is directly opposed to this and lie notify said according to that a hearingwill he hcid for the purpose of allowing said com tciophonc diiocto should nofbtf published April as wns their poilcy lor LAWS OF LAWS OF Policewoman in through ths 27year old Doris Dell Whitlock assumes t different role on Sunday when she readies a Sunday school class that has become so popular her church has been forced to pro hibit adults from In her police she serves secre tary to the dispatches radio cars and handles women pri International ClOAFL OPENS DRIVE TO UNIONIZE SOUTH MIAMI President George Mwiny and Vice 7reshifiit Rcuther launched i drive to unionize South Thursday night with fiery speeches to more than cheering workers at a mass labor The uvn union representinp sonic million pledged full support by the AFLCIO in tbe Hotel suit Kcstiiurant Workers Uiiifiiidrive to workers in Miami tho laws and liDunrid nn Floridacowris lor gruuiin injunctions halt if hotels involved in the strike hero by the Hotel and Restaurant Demand Spurs Opera tions Humbles Net Income U B S frtWP1 Hits MilSion Preliminary estimates show a consolidated net income in 1955 of about for Humble Oil andKefining or a Consolidated net income in 195 was or a An increase in which led1 to increased was the principal factor in the favorable showing in Humhlos net production of petroleuni including crude condcnsau and jfas plant increased about seven per ccnt respite the fact that proratable well in Texas again were allowed to produce only 53 per cent of their maximum efficient pipe and gasoline sales also increased Capital expenditures in 19o5 approximated an in crease of over the previous In exploration expenditures in the search for oil and gas were includ ing as the cost of dry publication except through mystery hampcml a mass aerial search Friday for a private piano with four men aboard missing since Tuesday on n flight from Houston to The piloted by Joseph a business carried three of Shivers business the and felt that the com pany should have nnuie an ex planation to the proper its show cause the council provided for a at a time to be at which the telephone company Mystery Hampers Hunt For Missing Plane Bay fawn Gl Wives Not Sure Husbands Going On Trip JQ First Time Saturday will be a big day for HOUSTON air of would bo allowed to explain ren sons for deferring publication of tho Councilman Milton Campbell introduced motion rriling upon the company to show that I dont its right or fair for the company to nnilcr such a division without ex plaining We cannot be pro pnly by the company if it IK xoing to wait IS months to publish i new Then Campbell niade the fol lowing motion I move thflt lie mayor of the City of Baytown be instructed to to the proper officials of tho General Telephone of this eouneils disapproval of the decision to postpone un Mad Dog Killer Trapped As Thief FKANCISCO Mad Dogl Ir s own of his flight froai the trie disclosed Friday ho olinleii a wouldlie cap tor only lo be irapjvd by pawn hvoer who thought he was just a common Chinoso rxooution slay er of six was captured in a San pawnshop dny wliilo trying to get n two rings ho had stolen i The pawnbroker became cious nnd called police but de were unaware of Irvins identity until he bcoame impatient with their fjiiosiioning and blurted out that lio was the object of nntionwido Twin slipped out of tho sup posedly jail 21 days ago nnd hitch Iiihvij nine stales with at 100 fjoorgo and Kugonc formerly of The n singloonjfinovl Boochcraft left a airport herT Tues day on a business flight to miles It failed to land at two of mens wives disclosed thev were told the piano was going to San An tonio instead of Brownsville and wives of the other two men said their linsbonds telephone 1 to say tho plane was en mute to wife of the said her husband left so hurriedly he didnt fully explain where tlv piano was He merely phoned nttd said ho was leaving in IS minutes for the Simon said her husband telephoned also and said he was going along for ride to San Antonio with Mills and Kiiersolo said their phoned to they were going with Shiver on trip to Mexico return Wednesday Humble Yacht Captoin Dies Bill Dierlam Follows Mother To Grave Albert Acidison BiiM Dier lam of La jied at Thursday in hos pital less than five hours after his S7yearold Annie Dierlam of aid in another Dierlam was Ife been foreman ot the proiiuetion dc pnrtnient of the Humble Oil and Refining in La Porte for 20 Kor the past 15 he had been captain of one of tbe companys He was a native of Kockport and haj lived in Porte for is Funeral services for Dier lam and his mother will be held at Saturday rU the Sette drawing room in ton with the Milton the Lewis and the Hirrell Ksir will be in Hollywood fierljim is survived by his Fcloein Dierlnm La Porte three Martha Jenn Gilbert and iM na both of Idle Bryant of and four ancl would Harry head of the com pany that owns tho said Shiver borrowei tiu plane from lutn he understood the plane was going io The radio had been taken from the plane for Locher It had neither iransmilthig or receiving equipment wnen left No flight plan was filed with the civil aeronautics office here be fore the plane left Houston and searchers worked on the presump tion the pbne took the usial route to Station KTOX of City ve povted Uint Nealey a lis had telephoned ttvvt he iw a singleengined plane over Bay City at altitude ot to feet between 2 he of he plane was cutting on and off t headed the divtviinn of College which is miles south of Bay Tbe Aero nautics Authority said i was hisrily inleivsteil CAA ofieinls fai i the wenilier was good a the time of the flight A Vii itvl rain ihe nntsviay but skies were OIICKJKS Ken Reynolds the Bill lulton and his young will nnd tlio uiui his wife will Mrt each other for the first time KuHon bus been in Korea with i ho and bis cisbt months was born after he wns ussiinied to tho They htivinever seen Fulton nud the hiihy have liviiiR pnr and at while hor husband He is the son of and Fulton of 1514 Aufherine SfHI Out New Voting District Set Up Campbell Legislated Out Of Job By PRESTON PENDEKGRA5S Sun Managing Editor City Council took a step Thursday night that guarantees the Cedar Bayou area representation on the The council unanimously approved a resolutionrede fining the boundaries of Voting District a move that as sures residents east of Highway 146 council representation and bars anyone who does not reside in that areafrom being a candidate for Position The resolution was introduced by Councilman Milton chairman of a council committee named by May or Pruett at the 26 meeting to study the need Council OKs Cedar Bayou Lawyer Fees Cedar Bayou annexation ghosts came back to haunt City Council Thursday night After an hours argument the council voted to honor a contract made by the old Cedar Bayou Water District with Baytown At torney Gerald who said he was retained to represent the district in the annexation case end to handle any other legal mat ter for a period of 12 The contract stipulated that Fortney would be paid SHOO for his of was to be paid at the time of the con tract was signed and the balance at a month for 12 called to tbo council table when the contract discussion opened by Councilman Milton for reshuffling the voting which were ranged when the old Cedar Bayou Water District was annex ed last In the resolution legis lated Councilman Campbell out of effective when his term expires in April of this yeart since it requires that a candidate for Position 4 must henceforth live East of Highway But Campbell said he did not intend to seek reelection and felt that the city in all fairness should stop taxation without representa tion that we now have in the area east of Highway In addition to other members of the redistricting com mittee are Councilmen Paul Hears and Al The resolution specified that a small segment of what was once part of District from East Texas including East Gulf and become a part of District cilman Herbert Campbell and that the other portion of District from De Fee to the north side of Texas become a part of District represented by Coun Bayou Water District annexed U the the erjtire area ivas to Coun cilman Campbells district and part of Campbells original dis trict was added to Councilman Under the new district ruling 1 Anyone living on the north side of East Texas and on De Fee is eligible io run immediately for Council Position 2 Anyone living on the south side of Texas and on Humble and who nor mally would have been eligible to run for Council Position is now in District represented by Coun cilman Herbert whose term does not expire until Three council posts must be vot ed on in the April city Districts 4 nnd now held in order by Councilmen Milton Campbell and Councilman Mears and Clayton have not stated publicly whether they will seek The redistricting committee also recommended the appointment of a similar committee to confer with county and school district officials with a view toward revamping1 voting district and precinct lines so that citizens could vote at the same polling places in all Urging creation of ihe new com Councilman Camp bell said This committee redistricting feel that an inequitable condition now exists with reference to tho way our voting district and pre cinct are set up and that a CEDAR Two ee but had not re paired tiie remaining Pressed by Councilman Al Clay ton to say whether his contract was similar to one made by the water district and two of its em which was later broken mutual Fortney said he could not give an on vali dity of the two contracts if thai is what youre leading up Fortney was retained by the water district board of supervi sory on July and the city ordinance annexing the water dis trict to Baytown was passed on I dont want anyone to say that this contract was bred in Fortney he referred to the time which showed the contract was made a month before the water district was Fortney explained as far he his explicit legal clut its under the contract wore to pre sent the water districts side of the annexation issue and to pro pare instruments necessary for the water district to hold an The district was annexed before tho election was to be When voting to honor the con the council agreed to pay Fortney or less than the he claimed was The 5100 wai set by the council as a sum Fortney would probably have for preparingthe election Tho councils decision brought an immediate accusation by Council man Clayton of rajjR Two 11YearOld Dies Of Burns Had Been Trapped In Flaming Home A of it liberal Democrats To Map Strategy H O T S T H Nv T c x a s libeial1 Democrats will moot in Houston AS to map strntofry to Allan Shivers from controlling Texas delegation to tho national nnd persons arc exrvctod to attend tho meet ing1 of ho Advisory Council of fonijosxl of the wing Ol the stntc Dcmo cratic pivty which supported in Tli1mooting will bo in the Hl at 0 Both tho 1 oyalists and Shivers Demo cratic foreos are reported1 organ izing the state in an effort o gain reniro of the May 22 Democratic convention Tho national vent ion will Iv In Chicago Byron ior o Ihiir nin of ail county inn would iho spokesman for the University indicated Friday would take a now federal court on set Amlicdno Lucy vo to assistant to tlv said the school had no to tho Negro girl until a federal iouit in Birmingham rules on a new hearing set for Ho the trustees barred tho girl from classes Mon day so in we could put our house Son Of Knufe Rockr Injured in Accident son of the la to University oXotre football Knute critical condition in a hospital Friday after art automobile crash possibli If suffered skull in the ae when swerVfTi into n Hi vas TernRay West one of two young brothers who trapped in their burn ing home in Channelviow on Thursday in a Galvcston hospital where he had been under treatment since the Funeral services will be held at it Saturday ai tiie Se cond Baptist church the Barbee arid the Kenneth Trent of Burial will be m White cemetery near Tinother Clifford had been released trom the hospital only a tow hours before liis brotherji death Tho two little burned ovor of their leaped from second story window of their home to escape death in the Tho fire was discovered about by their Clif ford who snid tv liv ing room oeiliiig was falling in when she ran out of the then returned to get the Out was driven back by according to Fire Chief Carroll of Fire She their Them by bovs of the window ucre Besides his parents and Clifford Lee is survived by his and Clifford Oiarlc of Channclvic Telephone Mixup Creates Problem David is a very popular young or arc plenty of last parakeets living around in 1 you dont believe just risk Paul Piokoi how my phoiw calls he last tught the wrong telephone num ber was given in a stoiy about Davids finding a it i hit tho Pickels number wa by Picko cried Tucio afcr stayuig up all right in answer telephone calls and asked too Bjy Sun to get Davids correct and publish Note In many no ono o the numocr in   

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