The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 3, 1966 · Page 18
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 18

Baytown, Texas
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Thursday, March 3, 1966
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Thursday. March 3, 1966 JOHNSON KEEPING QUIET DURING VIET NAM HASSLE WASHINGTON <AP> — While ly by all the networks, and thus get him maximum audience and his critics and supporters on Viet Nam scuffle on the teach of public opinion. President Johnson has avoided making a detailed explanation of his case to the nation in a way that would give him the widest pub- attention. For soine reason not clear he has not done so. although he has, so'^sht to express His views pub-;< licly in other but less effective''" ways. lie audience and greatly help public understanding. »..**«*. « ...*..,— . ~ — - — Doing it would be simple!York on Viet Nam but th e naenough: If the Whitfr House an- tion was not informed well nounced well in advance that enough in advance to be looking the President was going to for it. The result: only one ma- make such an explanation to the'jor television network carried it nation at night it would be tele-1 at 9:30 p.m. Other networks vised and broadcast, undoubted- carried a rerun after their 11 . Last week, for instance, he made a major address in New- Western Jamboree Slated Friday In BH Auditorium By HELEN LEONARD Mont Belvieu Correspondent jDelno Brown | prayer. led the closing There will be a Western Jam-j Attending the meeting were boree Friday in the Barbers Kill [Mrs. J- L- Langston, Mrs. C. R. High School auditorium beginning at S p.m., sponsored by the Barbers Hill Volunteer Fire Department. Johnny Mitchell, for will Station K3KK. be master of disc jockey Pasadena, ceremony- Leonard. Mrs. R. J. Austin, Mrs. Mary B o d i n e, Mrs. James Avera. Mrs. Luther Taylor, Mrs- John McCIung. Mrs. Augustine Soileau, Miss Estelle Soileau, Mrs. Mae Smith, Mrs. Ronnie Skaggs. Mrs. Doyle McKinney. There will be music and songs!Mrs. Cordell. Mrs. Brown and by Cove and Carlton WUcox.'.Mrs. Langston- Doug Myers. Johnny Carlos, | PERSONAL MENTION Vemon Moorhead. Dennie Irtoy "Mrs. Wavne Brazell returnee ip.m. newscasts but by then a lot ;o£ people who might have lis- jtened earlier were in bed. ! Last Saturday he held a news j conference, in which he dis- ! cussed Viet Nam at length, blit j insisted beforehand that it not jbe televised at all. --. j Previously he had held a rather impromptu news conference with reporters at the White • House but there was practically jno advance notice on this. And S when he decided to go to Hono- llulu to meet with the South Viet- jnamese leaders, the whole thing jwas announced suddenly, again losing maximum attention. On the other hand the public, j by way of television, has been! {exposed for hour s to testimony. 1 for and against Johnson's Vietnamese policy, before the Senate's Foreign Relations Committee whose chairman. Sen. J. W. Fulbright, Arkansas Democrat, is one of the most important and persistent critics of Johnson's Southeast Asia policy. At these hearings Secretary of State Dean Rusk and Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor — former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, former ambassador to South 'Viet Nam, and adviser to Presidents Johnson and John F. Ken- and others. home Tuesday from Hermann -—•— — —- j 11UI11C A UCO'-iClJ' AJLWiil ii^i liiailil There will be_ a charge of 51 (Hospital in Houston where she for adults and 50 cents for students. Proceeds will be used by the fire department. CAR WASH SET The Cougar Patrol of the Mont Belvieu Boy Scout Troop 105 will have a car wash Saturday, beginning at 9 a.m. at the home of Charlie Leonard. The charge will be 51.50. E. J. Freeman is scoutmaster and Sam Goss is assistant. PKEACHER RESIGNS The Rev. Herbert Bullock has resigned as pastor of Old River Baptist Church. He has accepted a call to be the pastor of the Hartburg Baptist Church in Orange. Rev*. Bullock, has been at the church 13 months. He and his wife. Lynn, are the parents of two sons, Wayne, 16, a sophomore at Barbers Hill High School, and Charles, 12, a sixth grader. They plan to move Thursday STUDY underwent plastic surgery. Mrs. Brazell suffered severe lacerations and injuries to her face in an automobile accident in July of last year. J, N. Kemp is a patient at the Baytown Hospital. Roger Dunlap underwent surgery at Gulf Coast Hospital on Tuesday. Mrs. Alma Green of Baytovvn were one of the guests at the 50th wedding anniversary celebration of the Addie Tiltons of Old River. Instigator Of Suit Over Draft Is Drafted LANCASTER .Pa. (APJ —A young man who has sued President draft. Johnson quietly to abolish the entered military service Tuesday. David A. Baumann, 19 of Columbia, Pa., arrived at Lancaster's Selective Service office and be on the field at Orange Sunday. BIBLE The ion of Mont Belvieu first Bap-i\villiam Baumann tist Church met for Bible study. The youth answered a roll cal! Tuesday. Mrs. J. B- Cordell. j an d boarded one of three buses prayer chairman brought the]with eight other draftees and 98 Call to Prayer and led a prayer | ore-draftees Woman's Missionary Un-j«ith hi s parents. Mr. and Mrs Mont Belvieu First Bap-i William Baumann for missionaries with birthdays on that day. Mrs. M. L. Langston led the Baumann, valedictorian of his 1964 high school class, has filed suit against President Johnson nedv — did a the brilliant job of administration's Bible study taken from the books in the second District Court of ™..~ of Kings and Chronicles. Mrs.'New York to abolish the draft, (step by step. stating case. But it is doubtful the general public, watching them testify, got the full impact of what they said or could retain th e logic or continuity of it because they were constantly interrupted by critical committee members who injected their contradictory views. As a result of these interruptions anyone not an expert on Viet Nam was bound to get a mixed and perhaps even foggy view of the administration's position. What the nonexpert got was a jumble of views. Johnson also has relied on Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey and some of his top aides to explain his administration's position. But no one could state his case so well, or to so many Americans, or without distracting interruptions as Johnson himself if he went on national television at night, with plenty of advance notice that he was going to. No president in this century has been so adept in handling Congress as Johnson and it is possible he wants to avoid as much as he can antagonizing anv more men in the Capitol that now oppose or criticize his policies. But it is hard to see any connection between this and a carefully thought-out address to the nation which would have the satisfaction of knowing the President had stated his case fully. 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