The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 1, 1966 · Page 2
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1IEUIVATIVKS OF a-KXKXK : PURPOSE: TO PREPARE NI> STUDY COMPOUNDS >F THE TERPKXE FAMI- X WER1VEB FROM THE fltlMlv CONSTITUENT OF ^MFTHOD: COMPOUNDS a -.PINEXE C«t, -£ te «=cff Her" ' ' Tuesday, March 1. 1966 •KACTiaX* RICHARD RXJCKMAJf, a junior at Robert E. Le* High School, is a habitual winner in Science Fairs, winning the Key Award in the senior high competition Saturday at the annual Baytown Science Fair. Winner of several Science Fair awards since he was a. student at Baytown Junior High, Richard entered the senior high chemistry division tnls year wltfi & project called "Derivatives of Alpha Pinens." He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Ruckman, 5020 Glenhaven. (Baytown Sun Photo by Charles Mickel) West Texas State Pupil Is Ordered Reinstated CANYON, Tex. (AP) — Dist. Judge Gene Jordan told West Texas State University officials they can't suspend a student for driving his car too fast off campus. Consumer Price Levels At 111 WASHINGTON (AP) — The rise in consumer prices halted in January for the first time since last summer, the Labor Department announced Monday. The consumer price index leveled off at 111 per cent of the 1957-59 average, where it stood in December. This was 1-9 per cent above a year ago. Labor Department officials said the report was "gratifying after four consecutive months of increase." Arthur Ross, commissioner of the Bureau of Labor Statistics, told reporters: "I would caution you not to make too much of this: we do not believe it is too significant." He ordered immediate reinstatement of Darrel Aldridge. 21, of Lamesa, a member of the Canyon school's junior class. Dr. T. Paige Carruth. dean of student life at West' Texas State, declared prior to the court hearing: "If this boy is allowed to return to West Texas State University, it will completely wreck the school's disciplinary pro- Try Sun Classified Ads SHAVING SUPPLIES Black's Pharmacies 721 E. Texai 583-1755 at Stcrlino 582-8107 Decker Drive In Theatre - TONITE "RETURN TO ASHES" "SABRINA" WEDNESDAY O-X-L-Y BARGAIN NITE ADULTS 25c Always 2 Features TAYLOR ANDREWS FINCK TECHNICOLOR* — AXD- The Man Who Could Cheat TEOOOCOLOR BOB KEXDLE of 5102 Summerset Drive, Baytown, has been appointed president of Curby Shelving Division of Gurby Lumber Co. in Houston. Kendle formerly wag general manager of Lundia, Swain i Myers. Inc., the only other major manufacturer of wood shelving in the United States. The new shelving division president, from Davenport, Iowa, is a married man with five children. cedures, and those of every state-supported college." After Jordan s decision, Carruth said only that the school would comply. Asst. Texas Atty. Gen. Pat Bailey, who represented West Texa s State officials, said the case will be appealed. Jordan heard nearly four hours of testimony before issu- writ of mandamus forcing! the institution to readmit Aldridge. bation Jan. 25. The dean ordered Aldridge to take his car home and to drive no more while on probation. A city patrolman stopped Aldridge for speeding on a Canyon street Jan. 26. Aldridge acknowledged in court Wednesday that he had exceeded the speed limit. The officer did not giv Aldridge a ticket but notified campus authorities. Carruth sus- jpended him indefinitely Jan. 31. I Aldridge appealed and the col- Nurse Draft Being Asked By Pentagon WASHINGTON (AP) — For the first time in history the Pentagon is asking for a draft of nurses — 900, all male. But defense officials hold little hope of getting that many. "We are not optimistic about getting 900.'• one source said today. Reason: "We doubt there are enough men with qualifications.'* The Pentagon said last week it had asked the Selective Service System to provide 700 male nurses for the Army and 200 for the Navy beginning in April. The armed forces have used male nurses in small numbers since 1955. The requirements were attributed to increased numbers of casualties in Viet Nam and additional medical care needs resulting from the hike in over-all military manpower. Why men nurses? Because women can't be drafted. The Defense Department also has asked for a draft of 2.496 doctors beginning in July. One source said the Pentagon has been given estimates that as many as 10.000 men in the 1835 age bracket have received nurse training. But these estimates are discounted largely in view of the national shortage of medical personnel. "There are no valid statistics in this area and frankly we doubt that we can come up with 900 draftable men who have the two or three years' necessary schooling." the spokesman explained. Whatever the number actually drafted, most probably will not go to Viet Nam. sources said.j The majority will likely be sentj to Europe or other area s where. U.S. installations have ex-peri-j enced a steady drain of well- qualified, career nurses who have been dispatched to Viet Nam. Male nurses with three years' training at an approved school can enter the service commissioned as a second lieutenant atj annual pay around 55,200. Men Carruth said campus police!]" disciplirTarv board upheld I with tKO >' ears ' schooling can| . A i _3_; J £ ^.—l-l^-u-r- :. r ~ r i _ _, T« f^K f,tf\ vH.nn't- r\ff 1^*«T- at dean. stopped Aldridge for reckless driving Jan. 14 and the student I ..^ is clearl ^e^. was placed on disciplinary pro-| ah1p .. Jorda sa j,3 "Thev cannot tell this boy he cannot drive in Canyon or any other place Depositions In Hearing For Due ioff the campus." j School officials based their get a rank of warrant officer at pay of about S100 a year less. More than 275 military nurses — men and women —now serve in Viet Nam. The Army has more than 200, the Navy and Air Force nearly 40 each. Of the 60 are men ii.ifi i^ udatru L.ICII . + * * [defense on a section of the West ^ tut only seven of ! Texas State catalogue which "*•"=•=»• i states: "Students are accepted in the university only as responsible, law abiding adults, from the university for any violation of the law or for any GATESVTLLE, Tex. (AP)—At- irresponsible, immature be- torr.eys for Leslie Douglas Ash-jhavior either on or off the cam- ley said they expect to go home today, but that doesn't mean Ashley's confusing and unpredictable pre-trial hearing will be over. Depositions must be taker. pus. Jordan described this formula for student conduct as "hazy, vague and indefinite," adding: "Who is to determine what is irresponsible and immature? There are no minimum stand- are assigned to combat units. About 20 Air Force male^ nurses are stationed at various throughout Viet dispensaries Nam. DeBakey Predicts Use Of Artificial Hearts NEW YORK (AP)— A mechan-jj ical heart will one day substi-:| tute for the human heart cases where such a device from witnesses in Houston before some defense motions car be ruled on. , U. A S h D™r!ct 1S Cou^ a in ar Houltor ^J^_ _?£«• the _£«?»* !<?**° l *"*%**** ^Til ards of fairness set up by the!needed, a Texas heart surgeon university in judging on sus-1 predicts. j and I cannot under-i Dr. Michael E. DeBakey. pro-:I on the defense' motion that Ashley should be released because he has not been tried in "a reasonable time." j Overlaying the entire cause is I an application for | habeas corpus filed attorneys. system a decision for suspension Jordan University Medical School,: Houston, made the observation j j Sunday on a taped television;! show of an open-heart operation, I can be arrived at." Concerning Carruth, said: "I cannot understand how this j he performed on a girl. a writ of man can P lace himself as | He said th e natural heart was bv Ashlev Judge, orosecutor and a mem-ja "very efficient pump." " " "| her of the jur; and still render | Dr. DeBakey added that med• ^ fair nfcision in thie case." I i The' pre-trial hearing before j a fair decision in thi s case."jical science is getting nearer to In addition to Carruth, Aid-! perfecting a mechanical substi- Dist. Judge Truman Roberts entered its fourth day today. Ashley, 28, is charged with the 1961 sex party slaying of Fred, A. Tones, Houston real estate ^f^ 33 man. A federal appeals court in March 1963 reversid death sen- ridge's suit for and the court's Dr. James. P. Cornett, West State president; Dr. Walter Juniper, dean of the university, and the nine members of the school's board of reinstatement ; tute for the heart, order named NOW SHOWING Only 7 Days Left COLOR by 0£ LUXE ONEKJSCOPE WEDNESDAY THRU SATURDAY THE f /Q STRANGEST r^ . , MISSION OF SABOTAGE UNDER THE MIDNIGHT SUN! HURRIS PANAVISION- COLUMBIA COLOR RICHARP • ANTHONY MANN'S THE MERCIES rc ' l ""ULLAJACOBSSON-MICHAEL REDGRAVE., SOc 'TILL 1:00 P.M. MON. THRU FBI. IKVrai FilM ?RCDUCT!a!» KIRK DOUGLAS • fences for Ashley and his former I regents. ;?irl friend, Carolyn Ann Lima.! i four hours before they were to! 'die in the electric chair. | The federal court said any re-j ! trial "must be held within a reasonable time." I Miss Lima, we. drew a five;year sentence on her retrial and i now is free on parole. ! ! Ashley was ruled insane in! iMay 1964 by a Wharton jury; ; after the case was moved there Ion a venue change. I He was sent to a state hos- jpital in San Antonio from where I he escaped the following Octo- jber. He was recaptured in At- jlanta, Ga., last spring. Another j jwharton jury ruled him sane a' j month and a half later. ! The case was moved to Gates-i iville on another venue change [ A hearing on the writ of j habeas corpus is scheduled as (soon as the pre-trial hearing is I. i concluded. If the wit is denied.] Look For Free Movie Tickets On Classified FAMILY FUN EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT FRIED FISH WITH HUSH PUPPIES-COLE SLAW AND FRENCH FRIED POTATOES. ALL * 23 YOU CAN I Per EAT I Person "MAKE IT A FAMILY AFFAIK" 300 S- HWY. 146 5S3-7481 (Ashley's attorney's can appeal • jsuch a decision immediately to; I *he federal court. Welcome Wagon Intemttlon*!, with over 5,000 hcotewti, h»« mor« than thirty years nperlenei hi fostering good will In business *n4 community lift. For man btformc- tion about... Wdco Phone 583-439C FAMILY NIGHT \'2 FRIED CHICKEN or BARBECUED LINK SAUSAGES or FRIED SHRIMP or CHICKEN FRIED STEAK 3 Vegetables— Tea or Coffee—Garlic Toast SERVED FAMILY STYLE Sf OC For S1 For Children I..&0 Adults V | Under 12 WEDNESDAY 5 P.M. 't!l 9 P.M. Frontier Barbecue 1007 North Main Phone 583-9772 BYRON TATE, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Tate, 1607 Alabama, was named Junior Scientist of the Year at the annual B&ytown Science Fair Saturday. A ninth grade biology stn- dent at Baytown Junior High. Byron entered the physical science division with his project, "The Stirling Heat Engine." (Baytown Sun Photo by Charles Mickel) HER LETTER DIDN'T REACH HO—Karen Dillon, 10. a fifth grade student in Bny Village. Ohio, holds her letter to Ho Chi Minh, president of North Viet Nam. returned to her by the IT. S. Post Office. The letter is a peace plea. 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