The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 19, 1961 · Page 16
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 16

Baytown, Texas
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Thursday, January 19, 1961
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•rft ••giftm *nn Thursday, January 19, 1961 GETS ON STEADY—James M. Lanciis (above), former Harvard law dean who analyzed federal regulatory agencies for President-elect Kennedy after the election, has been appointed special White House assistant Sn charge of planning reforms for same. Kennedy's Hair Style Wins Over -Richard Nixon's LONDON CAP)—John F. Ken- , ijecy beat Richard M. Nixon by a head—his head of uniquely styled hair. j That's the opinion of William j Troyack, master of the London' branch of the Incorporated Guild of Hairdressers, Wigmakers and Perfumers. "Mr. Kennedy has a special way of having bis hair cut," said Troyack in an interview today, "and I'm convinced that accounted for the difference in votes that pat him in the White House." Master barber Troyack has a •theory that hair styling is vital To ail politicians. "A politician seeking to make a name for himself should create a characteristic hair style and stick to it for the rest of his life," he explained. "It becomes his trade mark. People remember him by it He lends himself to the art of the the political cartoonist. Dig buck through British history and you'll see what I mean." He clipped off the names of Lloyd George, Disraeli. Charles Parnell and Prime Minister Harold Macmillan. "Disraeli wore ringlets," laid Troyack. "Lloyd George had bardic locks. "Mr. Macmillan waves his and there are peaks at the sides. "Parnell had a full and fatherly head of hair which he wore to match his beard." Troyack shook his head and sighed. "Why are present day politicians so unadventurouB about their hair?" Reminded that Sir Winston Churchill has done very well politically without a characteristic hair style, the barber replied: "Sir Winston unfortunately has very little hair with which to work." Navy Secretary's Wife Likes Land WASHINGTON (AP) —The society columns in Washington's newspapers carried an interview with Mrs. Connally, the former Nellie Brill — who was "Sweetheart of the University of Texas" from which she was graduated 20 years ago. It was noted that as Navy Secretary, her husband would have at his disposal for cruises, on the Potomac River or elsewhere, the Navy's sleek yacht U. S. S. Sequoia. She was quoted by iwdety writers as saying she was a landlubber but quite ready to try sailing in the line of duty. The Connollys hav* three children, John B. Ill, 14, Sharon, 11, and Mark Madison, S. Connally, who served as Johnson's secretary when the latter entered the House in 1937. came to Washington the first week in January to look for a home for his lamilv. ^Bifc FIRST .*•*>.••>• ''.';\.-(x-V;U^'Never In Our History H a s A New Product Been So Enthusiastically Received! WE T H A N K YOU FOR YOUR WONDERFUL RESPONSE TO "Tender-Aged" Beef... 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