The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 3, 1966 · Page 9
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Thursday, March 3. 1966 VMI "• Ghana Swings To Right After Nkrumah Ouster Show Near High Point In Houston HOUSTON (AP) — The Houston Livestock Show reaches a high point tonight with the judg-j Diplomatic sources in Accra ing for the show's grand cham- say they do not expect the new ACCRA, Ghana (AP) — The political pendulum has begun a swift swing to the right in Ghana after years on the far left under Kwame Nkrumah. military government to break completely with Moscow and Peking, however. Lt Gen. J. A. Ankrah the head of the new Independence Rites Are Held On The Brazos pN -THE AP) ~ pion steer. An early favorite was a 340- pound Angus owned by Paul Holloway, a 14-year old 4-H club boy from Taylor County. Paul's entry, named Black Smoke Id, was selected as the champion of the junior steer division Wednesday. The junior champion will have to compete today against open; class winners for a chance at ; the final judging which takes place at the night performance i of the rodeo. | Of the 33 previous shows,! all but two grand champions j have come from the junior show. j ,_ ,, - - . _ „„ . . ,. . says bold decisions have shaped The reserve champjonship of ;the ^sto^ of Texas ^ ££ y*e junior show went to a Here-;shape its future. ford owned by Mark Barr, 16, of; He spoke Wednesday on the Howard County. The animal, observance of Texas Independ- named Skeeter, weighed 895 ence Day. P 00 ™* 3 - j "Stretched out before us all The junior Charoiais steer.{in phases of our activities are named sunshine, was shown by i choices ou r generation must Kathy Groves. 9, of Kempner.! ma ke like it or not to shape Tex. The animal weighed 940 j the Texas that can best serve pounds. |this changing civilization," Mar- Mingo, owned by Bert Nes- ; tin said. lovey. 12. of Bee "County, wasj "The tempo of the times urges named the junior champion:us to proceed with dispatch, but Brahman. jthe enormity of some of the The Shorthorn junior cham- i problems facing us warns that pion steer was named Arr.os and was shown of Temple. by Ronnie Elliott The champion Holstein heifer s owned by Bruce Dopslauf, 12, of LaGrange. Tex. The champion Jersey heifer was owned by Tim Nation of Arling- on. The champion Poland China Lee of Lamesa and Smith Brothers of Winters showed the champion Berkshire barrow. Louis Crenek HI of Garwood, Tex., won $1,000 as the winner of the T. C. Burton Award in the commercial feeding and records contest. He showed a pen of three sisters, two of which graded prime and one which graded choice. His steers gained 2.07 pounds daily at ^ cost of 18.69 cents a pound. we should move with care anc 1 wisdom because the determinations we make can affect others, just as past determinations af- reet us." The program is held each March 2 by the Washington-on- the-Brazos State Park Association. It commemorates the day Texas' declaration of independ- barrow was owned by David ence fr° m Mexico was signed by 59 men and the Republic**?)! Texas was born. The park is on the site where the document was signed March 2, 1S36. Mrs. Jennie Morrow Decker of Houston, a granddaughter of Gen. Sam Houston, was a special guest. The date had a threefold significance for Mrs. Decker. Besides being Texas Independence birthday and the birthday of her famous grandfather. military regime, said on Monday that Ghana would return to a true nosaligned policy. "As you all know, mere lip service was paid to this policy of nonalignment by the now-deposed tyrant and dictator," An- krah said in a nationwide broadcast. The new government ordered Soviet and Red Chinese technicians and advisers—estimated to number about 1,200—out of the country. Hundreds leave daily. At least 11 Soviets were among the estimated 30 persons killed in the revolution that overthrew Nkrumah last week. Most were security advisers who helped train the elite presidential guard. Two high officials under Nkrumah went to the Soviet Embassy following the coup Police later seized them, and the embassy declined to comment on the matter. Ankrah was angry with the Soviet government Aeroflot Airline for flying Nkrumah from Peking to Moscow and canceled Aeroflot's landing rights in Accra. Nkrumah before he was overthrown denied Western charges that he was allied with the Communist bloc- Ghana, he claimed, was a nonaligned socialist state following the precepts of "Nfcru- mahism." Despite this, Nkrumah's steady criticism of "colonialism, neocolonialism and imperialism" was a sweeping attack on almost all Western institutions. America's foreign policy, economic practices, educational system and cultural life were described in the blackest possible s&^3£ by the government- trolled press and radio. Ghana's 7.3 million people probably received more U.S. aid per capita than those of any other African state, many of which were pro-Western. Some African governments were puzzled and irritated by this. The Soviet Union and Red China also poured much aid in. However, it was almost all in the form of technical assistance and barter deals, with Ghanaian cocoa being exchanged for East bloc machinery, processed foods and consumer goods. TIUP i.S AN I.VTO \Vtilt:it TIIH C.A.Y K.VTKR SHIRUE BROUGH can tell all about the ability of a mouse to reason, make decisions and remember these decisions, after preparing this Science fair project, "Intelligence of a Moose," Sbirlie ited for third place with this project in the junior high biological science division. (Baytown Sun Photo by Cjarfes Mickel) Jury Should Get Mossier Case Today Cong Shoot Up Oil Tanker SAIGON, South Viet Nam ambush tactics land, the Viet against light government losses. Other Reds were said to have inflicted moderate casualties a Vietnamese-regional - force platoon ID miles southeast of Quang Tri City, in the northernmost province. •~**~**~+~ Casey Picked For Thomas' Panel Post WASHINGTON (AP) — Rep. Bob Casey. Houston Democrat, has been chosen by fellow Texans in the House of Representa- the 7th Fleet carrier Ranger, jtives to succeed the late Rep. disappeared in heavy overcast'Albert Thomas on the powerful over the North on Tuesday and House Appropriations Commit- their three crewmen were listed tee. Thomas also was a Democrat from Houston. The Texas congressional dele- ;atioa met behind closed doors Wednesday to make the selection. Rep. Wright Patman, dean of the delegation, said the Texans decided on Casey on a voice (AP) — Using water and Cong shot up a small oil tanker near Saigon today and killed at least 11 Vietnamese policemen in the 17th Parallel demilitarized zone. In a vacant lot on Saigon's outskirts, authorities found the bodies of three young government employes executed by the Viet Cong. Their hands were tied behind their backs and they had been shot. U.S. officials reported that air operations against North Viet Nam and in the South cost three American planes in the past three days. An A4 Skyhawk and an F4 Phantom jet, both from MIAMI. Fla. (AP)—The state claims telephone calls fom Melvin Powers to his aunt, Candace Mossier, are a vital clue in the 1954 slaying of her multimillionaire husband. A jury at the first - degree murder trial of aunt and nephew heard the prosecution emphasize a phone call Powers made from Houston to Miami less than 15 hours before the slaying of Jacques Mossier, 69. "This defendant at the time was making his arrangements with Candace Mossier to come to Miami and commit the deed that occurred at 1:45 a.m. June 30, 1964," the state charged at trial summations Wednesday. Then, the prosecution went on, Mrs. Mossier received phone calls from Powers after her "lusband's slaying "to tell her it's all over with, she can go back to the apartment now." The sensational first - degree murder trial was expected to gc to the all-male jury befor e sundown today. The trial began Jan. 17. State Atty. Richard Gerstein was to close the state's summation. Following him is Houston attorney Percy Foreman, whose fee for "the.defense is 5200,000. Keep Up With Sports In The Sun Mrs. Mossier, blonde grandmother who gives her age as 40, and her nephew, Powers, 29, have been depicted by the state as involved in a sordid love affair which, the state says, was the motive for the bludgeoning and stabbing of her husband, owner of a 533-miilion banking and loan empire. Clyde Woody, chief counsel for Mrs. Mossier, declared Wednesday the state "hasn't produced enough evidence here even for a divoce case." "It dosn't take a trained police officer, a trained homicide officer, to ascertain that this was the act of a homosexual," Woody told the jury. This was in line with the defense contention that Mossier was sexually suspect and could have fallen prey to a homosexual companion. as missing. A light spotter plane crashed in the South Wednesday 40 miles northwest of Qui Nho Non a reconnaissance flight for the 1st Cavalry, Airmobile, Division. Two Americans aboard were kUled- On the ground, U.S. forces combed the jungles and rice paddies for the Communists but stirred up little action. The 101st Airborne Division's 1st Brigade killed six Viet Cong in operations around Tuy Hoa, a coastal town 240 miles northeast of Saigon, upon ries. a loudspeaker system and a bird, which they proudly identified a s the first enemy carrier pigeon captured in the war. A reinforced South Vietnamese battalion, including rangers brushed with the Viet Cong seven miles northeast of Quang Ngai, a provincial capital near the coast 340 miles northeast of Saigon. 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He was sentenced under the Federal Youth Corrections Act. The youth, son of a junior college mathematics instructor, entered a guilty plea to a charge of trying to intimidate the pilot of the National Airlines jet. With a pistol in each hand, Robinson tried to take over the jet shortly after it left New Orleans last Nov. 17 on a flight to Melbourne and Miami, Fla. vote. The House leadership have to approve before would Casey was named to the appropriations committee. Casey is now a member of the Science and Astronautics and Merchant Marine and Fisheries Communist gunners hidden fe mangrove swamps on the west bank of a ship channel 15 miles southeast of Saigoo raked the self-propelled oil barge Paloma with a barrage, from recoiUess rifles and 50-caliber machine guns in the second unsuccessful attempt in five day's to block the inland capital's main link to the sea. Tea crewmmen were reported wounded. At least one Vietnamese sailor was said to have been hit in a brisk gucSghi between the guerrillas and government minesweepers. Govern-. .nent loops went into the area 10 hunt down the attackers. The Palcma, a 65-foot, 100-ton barge under charter to the Shell 011 Co., burst into flame amidships a short way from Nha Be. South Viet Nam's main fuel dump a few miles down the riv- from Saigon. Texas AFL-CIO Criticizes Demo Administration HOUSTON (AP) — The executive board of the Texas AFL» C2O has criticized the national Democratic administration for what the board called failure committees. He would leave both!to deliver on major campaign of these if appointed to appro- * priations. Cold Air Surges Into Panhandle, Central Texas By THE ASSOCIATED PKESS Showers developed in North and Central Texas while colder into the Panhandle air surged today. Winds which filled the air with dust Wednesday over West Texas still blew strongly over much of that area, but most of the silt settled during the night promises. The labor group also levied sharp attacks against Texas Gov. John Connally's administration in its meeting Wednesday. State AFL-CIO President H. S. (Hank) Brown urged passage of the resolution calling for exploring alternative political avenues for labor. He received unanimous approval from the executive board. The resolution criticizes the Johnson administration for slow progress on such matters tf n minimum *,t i unemployment 52 per hour law; federal compensation standards; new legislation on picketing, and the repeal of Section 14 CB) of the Taft-Hartley Act. There was even a trace of The resolution said "The admixed with dust about ministration and the national midnight in the El Paso vicinity. 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