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Daily News-Post from Monrovia, California · 7

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ES ilionsionj seen 6")s ho Monday Aug 8 1966 Tap dancers of the Parks and Recreation Department's tap and baton routines will be presented at 7 pm Aug 17 in the Clifton Junior High Auditorium Monrovia Kneeling are McNamara warns on China blackmail Tokyo (UPI) —US Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara has warned it would be suicide for Communist China to use its nuclear weapons against other countries but said Asian nations must recognize the possibility of Red Chinese atomic blackmail In a copyrighted interview with Prof Kei Wakaizumi for the Japanese magazine Chuok oron released by the magazine today McNamara said Communist China "is developing nuclear weapons which are not required to defend herself" He said "it should be clear that the United States has no aggressive intention of any sort against Red China" He also said "There isn't any off Eaagan Brisouno SECOND FRONT PAGE ijii4 nation on her (Communist China's) border which poses such a military threat to her that she needs nuclear weapons to defend herself Since for a decade the weapons won't be of any great assistance to her for example in defending herself against the Soviet Union she can't be developing them for that purpose" he said McNamara said for these reasons "there is a presumption that she's developing them to support a program of aggression I don't want to say that's her intention but I do point out that she doesn't need the nuclear weapons for defense against her neighbors" NASSAU Bahamas (AP) —was attired in a light gray busi- 1 Patrick and Luci Johnson Nu- ness suit gent were honeymooning today They each had steak dinners on the plane The 19-year-old at a spacious and secluded brde under drinking age had a waterfront villa Isoft drink while Nugent 23 or-The President's daughter dered vodka a stewardess said who wore dark glasses and her After the couple were driven husband using the name "Mr to the villa a chain was quickly placed across the drive ''Capri and Mrs Frisbee" went practi- corn is about eight miles west catty unrecognized on the jet of Nassau on the western side airliner they took from New of New Providence Island some York Sunday along with six oth- three miles from Lyford Cay er honeymoon couples I famous millionaire's resort At Kennedy Airport only one Thick foliage borders the estate man seeing them pass by on three sides and on the fourth turned to his wife and said is a private white sand beach "There's Luci Johnson" On the other side of the world Preceded by two Secret Serv- while his brother was marrvng ice men Pat and Luci were the Luci in Washington Saturday last passengers to board the 1st Lt Gerard Nugent 24 of the plane at Kennedy and the first U S Marine Corps slept on a to leave the Pan Ameucan canvas- cot amid the boom of flight when it touched down artillery near Hill 65 -MT Nam here A waiting white limousine Sunday was Lt Nugent's first whisked them away to "Capri- wedding anniversary Two corn" the $250000 home of weeks after his marriage he Mrs Rebekah Harkness-Kean was off to Okinawa and then to socially prominent philanthro- Viet Nam He has about one pist more month in Viet Nam and On the 212-hour flight the Nu- already has orders to report to gentS sat in the first-class sec- Camp Pendleton Calif tion next to newlyweds Mr and The reassignment reportedly Mrs Larry Buczkowski of Pitts- was made before Marine Corps burgh The Buczkowskis later onicers had any idea of the said they did not recognize the pending marriage of Pat and Nugents The five other couples tuci rode in the economy section Back in Washington the White Luci wore a blue skirt white House which had been closed to blouse and black ballerina slip- tourists since Thursday aftereprs Her husband of one day noon because of the hectic wed twt4int —Dolly News Post Photo Nancy Johnson (left) and Karen Lowe In back ore (from left) Becky Lowe instructor Sandy Di Leo and Marie luiten The free show is to display summer playground class progress Arts jazz festival set in Watts LOS ANGELES (AP) — Watts the hub of bloody rioting that ripped this city one year ago will observe the anniversary this weekend with a festival — the arts and all that jazz Billed as the Watts Summer Art & Jazz Festival the three-day event will run Friday Saturday and Sunday and includes concerts by top rhythm-and-blues artists a parade dancing and a large art exhibit The emphasis is on the constructive says Stan Sanders 23 a Negro and former Rhodes scholar now attending Yale Law School He returned to Watts to help with the festival "The revolt of last year marked the end of Watts' passivity" says Sanders Pat Lid are honeymooning in spacious villa in Bahamas ding preparations was being spruced up for public tours today It usually is closed to tourists On Mondays as well as Sun days President and Mrs Johnson i attended church services Sunday at the National City Christian Church Mrs Johnson appeared somewhat fatigued and the President skipped his usual handshaking among the crowd outside the church Dr George R Davis minister of the church who attended Luci's marriage at the Catholic Shrine of the Immaculate Conception told his II o'clock congregation: "I wish every young couple would be as impressively reminded as they were yesterday of the significance and meaning of marriage" The groom's parents Mr and Mrs Gerard P Nugent left the White House to drive to their home in Waukegan There was no official word on whether the multitude of wedding gifts received by Luci and Pat would remain at the White House or be shipped to Austin Tex where the couple has rented a duplex Pat and Luci apparently will stay at the villa for a week 1Their airline tickets indicated they plan to visit Eleuthera Is and next Sunday Eleuthera is 50 miles east of New Provi dence GOP urges Repeal of Rumford act SACRAMENTO (Al') — Con demnation of the John Birch Society and possible repeal of California's open housing law stood today as prime issues be tweeti Democratic Gov Brown and Ronald Reagan his Repub lican opponent Brown challenged Reagan to repudiate the Birch Society as a dangerous political extremist group Reagan again refused And a 1966 state Republican platform adopted Saturday urged "repeal or amendment" of the nationally publicized Rumford Act barring housing v discrimination That posed a touchy issue for t the Democrats' state convention ( next weekend in Sacramento: s What stand to take on the law I strongly backed by Negroes and a white minority but renounced i by a vast majority of white voters in a 1964 statewide ballot Center of the three-yearold controversy is the Rumford Act c Passed in 1963 by the legislature ( it bans racial or religious discrimination in the sale or rental of most publicly assisted hous ing in California—a majority c Enough voters signed petitions in 1964 to put the matter on the 1 November ballot and by a 2 to 1 margin the law was nullified 1 But a 5 to 2 State Supreme ( Court ruling overturned the ( vote upheld the law and sent the issue to the US Supreme i Court Democrats recall that former White House Press Secretary Pierre Salinger credited his opposition to the 1964 anti-Rum-11 ford initiative as a main reason"' for his US Senate race defeat' to Republican George Murphy who was noncommital Democrats also adopted a strong plank favoring the law in 1964 and opposing the anti-open housing proposal Republicansi took no stand that year Saturday the Republican State Convention overrode Negro protests and adopted a civil rights platform plank recognizI ing minority group housing problems but urging: "The repeal or amendment of the Rumford Act of 1963 and its' r replacement or amendment by constructive legislation which I protects the free choice and constitutional rights of all citir zens" - Reagan who favors repeal of - the law but disagreed with the s 1964 statewide ballot had ap- proved the platform's wording along with the other statewide GOP candidates He stressed at a Saturday 3 night speech that "1 repudiate s bigotry and racism and all those v who are guided by it" At the convention earlier Sen' Clark L Bradley of San Jose r insisted to opponents of men- tinoning repeal that "We have an obligation to recognize what a majority of the people think on this matter" Opponents contended the pending federal open housing law would render pointless any urging of repeal of the California law Berkeley Mayor Wallace Johnson a white running for the Senate against the law's author —Assemblyman William Byron - Rumford—declared: "We don't want the status of the party of - the 'white backlash'" Morris heads Roundup Association MONROVIA — Bill Morris veteran member of the organization was seated as president of the Monrovia Day Roundup Association at the annual dinner party Saturday night at the Chantcleer Restaurant in Duarte with Clarence Desmond Daily News-Post columnist as installing officer Seated with Morris were James Craven vice president Caroline Pau ley secretary and William Burton Sr treasurer The board of directors in addition to the chair officers includes outgoing president Stanley Reid who presided over Saturday night's dinner Betty Ann Gormley Daryle Enter line George Drombrowski and Sharxi Grant Short talks were made by Reid and Morris Here is an artist's drawing of the new May Co El Rancho Santa Anita A ribbon of peacock plumes was cut today by Arcadia city officials and May Co executives to officialy open the new May Co Arcadia store in El Rancho Santa Anita Shopping Center Huitington Drive at Sunset Participating in the ceremonies were George L Forman mayor of Arcadia who welcomed May Co to the area Geoffrey Swaebe president and general manager of May Co California spoke on behalf of the department store firm Other guests representing Arcadia inncluded Frank G Bonelli supervisor of the First District of Los Angeles County Donald G Ehr president of the Arcadia Chamber of Commerce and Sherrell Watson manager of the Arcadia Chamber of Commerce Representing areas surrounding Arcadia were Norma L Yocum mayor of Alhambra Arthur B Danner mayor of Bradbury Sydney Kading mayor City of El Monte Boyd P Wet in mayor of Pasadena Helen lAchilles mayor of Can Gabriel Lila Cox mayor of South Pasadena Officials from May Co in: eluded Tom May chairman of I the Board May Co California David May H executive vice president M a y Department Stores Co and others The ceremonies were open to the public and music was provided by the Li'l Gabriel Civil Air Patrol Cadet Band directed by Miss Maria Oliva Highlighting the festivities the twin sons of David May II Tom F May and David H May age 16 released a flight of white pigeons from a colorful pinata The flight of pigeons is part of the traditional May Co California store opening ceremonies The Arcadia store is the I4th in the May Co California chain and the sixth to be opened in Southern California in the past three years In addition to Arcadia the store will serve the neighboring communities of Alhambra Brad bury Duarte El Monte Mon rovia Pasadena Rosemead San Gabriel San Marino Sierra costs of a big military project — the controversial TFX warplanel and its Phoenix air-to-air missile weapon system — have skyrocketed Defense Department' figures show The department made thei multimillion-dollar increases' known in reply to series of cluesH tions submitted by The Associated Press The Pentagon figures show the cost of the TFX known as the Fill to be about $5 millios for the Air Force version and $8 million for the Navy model 1 In 1962 there was testimony 'before Congress that the unit Cost of the Fill would be about $29 million The original estimated cost of developing the Phoenix system was $137 million The cost now is $258 million and the weapon Monrovian joins group 1 MONROVIA—Elanor W Bus-wink who resides at 808 Duarte Road Monrovia with husband Anthony and son Mark has become a member of the National Association of Accountants Elanor attended Pasadena City College where she majored in Business Administration and at present is employed at TRIDEA Electronics as an administrative assistant which opened today in Arcadia The store is the 14th in the May Co Cali Peacock Plumes ribbon cut Paay Coo Ell Lnad© opens Attending the official opening of the May Co El Rancho today were (from left) Peter Ostrye vice mayor of Monrovia George Forman mayor warplane soar pentagon says still reportedly is having guidance and control problems The Pentagon said the reasons for 85 to 90 per cent of the increased costs were "government change orders to improve the capability and increase the versatility of the Fill" The Air Force version of the Fill — the F111A— is being built at Fort Worth Tex by General Dynamics while Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corp Calverton NY is building the Navy's FMB The Full was selected by Secretary of Defense Robert S McNamara despite the recommendation of a 235-man evaluation board that a Boeing Co 'design be accepted McNamara said the General Dynamics design would ultimately save the Defense Department $I billion One of the reasons he said was that it offered a high de CHAMONIX France (UPI) — Rescue workers searched today for three missing holiday climbers on the storm-battered slopes of Mont Blanc where nine other amateur alpinists met their deaths in the past week There were fears the three — all Frenchmen — might have died in the heal( blizzards and snowstorms which have been sweeping the 15480-foot peak — Europe's highest Three missing 'climbers still sought by rescuers fornia chain and the sixth in South ern California in three years gree of identical parts for the Navy and Air Force versions The Pentagon said more than 82 per cent of the air frame parts are common It did not use the term identical The term "commonality" arose during 1962 Senate hearings on the craft The Boeing design offered parts that were "common" that is similar General Dynamics offered identical parts The plane and its weapons system also are behind schedule The Pentagon said the "FMB and Phoenix schedules have been revised to provide for a more optimum weapons system development They should provide for the delivery of an operations system within the desired time frame — the 1970 era" Other sources said the F111B weapons sytem is 12 to 18 months behind schedule Three Englishmen three Swiss and three Frenchmen died of exposure or exhaustion on the slopes when unseasonable summer storms hit the area last week catching many climbers unawares The weather returned to normal Sunday enabling police helicopters with expert Alpinists aboard to take off from this resort at the base of the mountain and join the search —Daily News Post Photo of Arwdia: Geoffrey Swoebe of May Co David May 11 Frank G Bonell county supervisor May's twin sons Tom and David take part in event Madre South Pasadena and lumination on the top level furnishings can be found on the Temple City 1 Two murals just below these upper level which includes furniDesigned by Victor Gruen and skylights at each end of the ture china and silver linens Associates the new store's con- open area are constructed of gifts fashion fabrics and May temporary exterior is finished adobe-colored hand-sculptured Co's exclusive home decorator tiles tes in shimmering gold California hexagonal service A hi-fi and TV center mosaic tile divided by white Suspended from the ceiling cill is also located on this level arches which form the roof line the clerestory is a I3-foot high' along with a customer service Spanish colonial interiors of antique chandelier of burnt department travel bureau and i! the fully air-conditioned 240- orange and gold-colored wrought luxuriously appointed beauty NO square foot structure were iron salon designed by Welton Becket & The fashion floor middle The Terrace Room Restaurant Associates The most advanced level decorated in a rich color) with adjoining coffee shop also concepts in store planning dis- scheme of burnt orange gold1 on the upper level carries the tinctive color schemes and strik- yellows and off-whites has been sumptuous Spanish decor of the ing Spanish are ere combined to designed for convenient family entire store highlighted by cusprovide a highly efficient and shopping with all departmentsi' tom-designed hand-carved wood-elegant atmosphere for the shop- in related areas It contains' en chandeliers per women's and children's fashion' The May Mart located on the Focal point for the store in- shops men's and boys' cloth- lower level is a budget fashion tenors is a dramatic open ing and accessory departments shopping center for the entire clerestory above the central es- ranging from wornen's gloves family Also on the lower level calator wells Off-white free- handbags and boutique and fine are appliances the patio shop standing structural columns sur- jewelry to a full-line cosmetic harware artist supplies sport-round this area and rise to al department shoes and station- ing goods and a complete vaulted ceiling to form archedi ery housewares department windows for added natural il-I A complete selection of home Adjacent to the store is the ided by the li'l Gabriel Civil 1 in shimmering gold California ncAtiguiliti IIICS I service A hi-fi and TV center ir Patrol Cadet Band directed' mosaic tile divided by white Suspended from the ceiling ()-f1 i is also located on this level y Miss Maria Oliva arches which form the roof line the clerestory is a 13-foot high' along with a customer service Highlighting the festivities the Spanish colonial interiors of antique chandelier of burntdepartment travel bureau and i1 in sons of David May II Tom the fully air-conditioned 240 orange and gold-colored wrought luxuriously appointed beauty May and David H May age 000 square foot structure were iron salon released a flight of white designed by Welton Becket & The fashion floor middle The Terrace Room Restaurant igeons from a colorful pinata Associates The most advanced level decorated in a rich color) with adjoining coffee shop also he flight of pigeons is part of concepts in store planning dis- scheme of burnt orange goldlon the upper level carries the -s le traditional May Co Cali tinctive color schemes and strik- yellows and offwhites has been sumptuous Spanish decor of the wnia store opening ceremonies ing Spanish are ere combined to designed for convenient family entire store highlighted by cusThe Arcadia store is the 14th provide a highly efficient and shopping with all departmentsi' tom-designed hand-carved wood1 the May Co California chain elegant atmosphere for the shop- in related areas It contains' en chandeliers nd the sixth to be opened in Per women's and children's fashion' The May Mart located on the outhern California in the past Focal point for the store in- shops men's and boys' cloth- lower level is a budget fashion Iree years tenors is a dramatic open ing and accessory departments shopping center for the entire In addition to Arcadia the clerestory above the central es- ranging from wornen's gloves family Also on the lower level tore will serve the neighboring calator wells Off-white free- handbags and boutique and fine are appliances the patio shop ommunities of Alhambra Brad- standing structural columns sur- jewelry to a full-line cosmetic harware artist supplies sportury Duarte El Monte Mon- round this area and rise to al department shoes and station- ing goods and a complete ovia Pasadena Rosemead vaulted ceiling to form archedi ery housewares department an Gabriel San Marino Sierra windows for added natural il-1 A complete selection of home Adjacent to the store is the May Co Tire and Automotive Costs of controversial IFX Center where customers may leave their cars for service while they shop Ample free parking is available in a three-level ramp adjoining the store With the opening of the Ar- warplane soar pentagon says cadia store and the San Bemar- dm° store on Sept 6 there will be 15 May Co shopping facili- WASHINGTON (AP) — Theistill reportedly is having guid-igree of identical parts for the ties in Southern California CAN'T KEEP THE SECRET UNDER THIS HAT MUCH LONGER I tween Democratic Gov Brown rt ' t and Ronald Reagan his Repub lumes ri on cut Peacock Pbb :( laicipa : aro:: en :0: unancdaii g Reelacgraim to t 4 y rc udiate the Birch Society as ' s Picky coo Ell Eallicho opeois 6 platform adopted Saturday 71 r --11S- 11 ot J id"repeal n aAt aiotrnti nobarts iryamendment" r touchy gp ui linesi zifendg : i it 44 uodiz rti Rumford erl posed ilubstbo:nnd aoti abpyeyaccirccek4lauut nicyteyss I l ' k I Yovf‘:11drca'r ' I ' 1 '401 k 1 ' ' 4411 '11:11:47' 011( t'''' :41) ) What stand to take on the law Huitington Drive at Sunset ter i e' strongly - ngly backed by Negroes and Participating in the ceremon 1 - "s Nes 4 eti1 0 III 4 next weekend in Sacramento Santa Anita Shopping Center f t 1 S- 4 4 N-- ‘I-- -1' a white minority but renounced ies were George L Forman tto I 1 to :0 - : 1 goo5- controversy is the Rumford Act and general manager of May ( Passed in 1963 by the legislature Co California spoke on behalf I flr ° 0 — ! i t o- o- it bans racial or religious dis- of the department store firm Th '' : ' li 4! tk") ' 9 0 i4 ! mi ion in the sale or rental Other guests re resentin cri nat g representing Ar- i - ' - - i of most publicly assisted hous- cad ' i nncluded Frank G Bon- la I ' -Isf tirL ing in California—a majority elli supervisor of the First Dis- '' ' 74) r7"7"-"-- - 1C145 i t k by a vast majority of white vot- 1 mayor of Arcadia who wet- ers in a 1964 statewide ballot corned May Co to the area c Center of the three-year-old Geoffrey Swaebe president Enough voters signed petitions k t s:7 le ''' ' '' l'---' trict of Los Angeles County ' - y ( 'I ''' - '- 2 v77i m 1964 to put the matter on the Donald G Ehr president of the ) ( Arcadia Chamber of Commerce ( oe November ballot and by a 2 to and Sherrell Watson manager - - or 4 1 1 margin the law was nullified - -44 ç !!3s 14Rbk of the Arcadia Chamber of 0 0 r c -) But a 5 to 2 State Supreme N N ! : A ' 7 1 i 4 ' C i on: merce r the sent - (i:: -ti 1" ' Court ts upheld ruling ' 0 Representing areas surround- if 10 ( (' w 7 Arcadia were Norma L Yo- ' )l' 7 I Court cum mayor of Alhambra Ar- - Y? ---1---11'"--------17-' - 1 1 1 t Cr r - wa r -1--- 1 t 4 : N - Democrats recall that former thur B Danner mayor of Brad- bury Sydney Kading mayor - '--- ih r"'"""1 '' C1' -0 i ' 4 '±--- - -- ' '- !t N it vsNi White House Press Secretary U-- a -------' 1 - --11s 4 -' 4:7 ' it TI10'''P3s ' b tiNe- Joon I es e 1 p—o 1 City of El Monte Boyd P Wel f 11 J 0 0 Shy 11'00E 00 J - 1 1 Irl 21 oh ri n : ry n n OS USDEIJ 0 vtlagao D41:1: - t0 Orila t1 4110b 4-ite 4 as$®s SEC( ' aft tr:v) ! ::1 I - ' 0 — -- 4° 1Ott1"-1''''- e ik 1 i)CtIld :1144 ?)6 1144:1 Ver '401 IA ri1 È" SECOND FRONT PAGE GOP urges :-1---1 As -1 - 1 ---:j1 ''' Mi 04r1:ri-e--octd 4 11 rrr‘i?1:-431 e :1' I 4114 vtryyrlt4' ' it:4 yrilli TIL1 et 14 likoor411 4 4 : - ' fOtr 41 ItR r 141 e ‘ -4 114 Repeal of 411 4) ' ' Cf 'el ri:''S A --- 4 t 4111riralli 41 à Yil di J - SW '''''- 1 IV v 1 irk J r - - -t 'd 1 4 - 1 T1T )—"--6--r 11A ---Att 1" 11' '5 i—Awmret 6'4 riQualCai ' ' 0" i 1' i "' 4— -ZtaLarmen re-:'4 11 t1 C:-----14 t— L - mmum OM1S Clr:) killbost Rumfordpactn '1e"---NtWt i ----222j - A-----tNr-------: g demnation of the John Birch ' Society and possible repeal of Here is an artist's drawing of the which opened today in Arcadia The fornia chain and the sixth in South — — California's open housing law new May Co El Rancho Santa Anita store is the 14th in the May Co Cali ern California in three years Monday Aug 8 1966 7 stood today as prime issues be i CAN'T KEEP THE SECRET UNDER THIS I HAT MUCH LONGER '13 art IT'S YUMMY 1 GOOD NEWS 1 CONCERNING THE 1 Vi at t VIABLE i 1 II C) I Or smoop

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