The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 2, 1966 · Page 7
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 7

Baytown, Texas
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Wednesday, March 2, 1966
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Wigtown Wednesday, March' 2, 1966 OLDEST LIVING OSCAR WINNER GREETED—The oldest living Oscar winner, Jane Darwell (for her role in "Grapes of Wrath"), is greeted in Hollywood at the premier of "The Oscar" bv actress Elke Sommer. one of the stars in the film. Hollywood "looks at itself" in "The Oscar." Soviets Cut Back Foreign Aid Doles weeks ago from Kenya. It rejected aid that was tied to the sale of Soviet goods. The Soviet aid cutback dates from the ouster of Nikita S. Khrushchev from power in October 1364. Khrushchev was openhanded with aid. seeking to win friends and influence nations. His successors have taken a stricter attitude. The Soviet Union has provided about S10 billion worth of aid to other Communist countries. Beginning in 1954. it started providing long-term, low - interest credits and some grants to non-Communist underdeveloped countries. Best available West- em figures put the total at more than 54.2 billion in promisee credits and grants through 1964 but only about $1.5 billion actually spent. A comparable U.S. figure i difficult to obtain. One tabula' tion which leaves out the massive American food assistance puts U.S. economic aid spending for 1954-64 at 521.5 billion. Other tabulations run as high as $63 Fletcher Kickerson, Baytown billion. ( Civil Defense director, recently! To the limited extent that for-] heard Zollie Steakley, Associate 'eigners cart determine Soviet Justice of the Texas Supreme j public opinion, the Russian MOSCOW AP) —The Soviet] Union is cutting back its foreign aid program, a survey of available information shows. This is bad news for developing nations at a time when aid from the West is failing to increase in pace with rising demands and when Communist China is defaulting on aid promises, j Authoritative sources say the biggest Soviet aid beneficiary. India, was told late last year the Soviet Union cannot meet the Indians' expectations. The Indians were told domestic economic pressure is forcing the Kremlin to restrict its aid program. Other countries have been disappointed. The most recent disclosure of this came two Baytown CD Boss Hears Talk By Austin Jurist Court, at tha sixth annual state conference in Austin for Texas Civil Defense directors. His subject was, "Civil De- masses have seemed to be opposed to largesse for developing countries while the Soviet Union needs so much dvelopment. Khrushchev usually ignored His successors fense. an Alternative to a Military State." this attitude. "Martial law is the law ad-!have not. ministered by the military! Soviet spokesmen and the forces that is invoked by govern-! press stress the commodities ment in an emergency when! obtained from i-ountries that get civilian law enforcement agen-jaid. apparently to forestall cies are unable to maintain pub-i grumbling. lie order and Steakley said. safety." Judge Details about the few new aid agreements concluded in the last 16 months have been suppressed locally, but the recipient countries have not kept them secret. the continuing pres- home for increased He quoted from the "Federal Civil Defense Guide" that civil defense and other civil authorities must understand that military support will not replace civilian participation in civil defense except in extreme cases where the civilian capability has been destroyed or is otherwise unable to act. From the national "Defense Directive" he outlined the task heavy for abandonment of such Despite sure at production in all fields, diplomatic observers do not believe the Soviet leaders win stop all ^.id to non-Communist countries. Soviet investment is too major aid recipients as India, the United Arab Republic, Indonesia, Afghanistan and geria, these observers say. Al- of the military commander having authority to either support or replace civilian authority when and where needed. Judge Steakley commended j military law, but only as an alternative to local civil defense authority which was poorly organized, trained and equipped in personnel and material. He reminded th e directors that "by implication at least, the mili tary is given complete authority to move into your city when your plan shows weakness." The alternative is a civil dsfense operational survival plan which will assemble where necessary and which will function in such a way that the military will be mon. Hosea was baptised and licensed to preach when he was a member of Highlands First ROBIN HOOD FLOUR 5 LB. BAG 49 SOUTHERN ROLL OLEO PATT1E 10 ANTISEPTIC LISTERINE Dennis Hosea Ordained In Baptist Ministry Dennis Hosea, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Hosea, 1001 Battle- bell, Highlands, was ordained in the Baptist ministry Sunday at Needville where he is pastor of the First Baptist Church. D. D. Tidwell, professor of religion at Houston Baptist College, gave the ordination ser- unnecessary. Hickerson was accompanied to the conference by Mrs. Hickerson and Reggie Brewer, shelter manager on the Baytown Civil Defense staff. Baptist Church. He is a junior student majoring in Christianity at Houston Baptist College. NOT ACTING HERE—A happy actress, Elizabeth Hartman of Youngstown, Ohio, beams as she reads a telegram informing her in Philadelphia that she is the only American nominated for an Academy Award in the "Best Performance by an Actress" category this year. 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