The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 10, 1966 · Page 16
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Thursday, March 10. 1966 If EDITOR'S NOTE —A military campaign is under way in northeast India against rebel- ious tribesmen. A Pcorrespond- ent Joe McGowan Jr. reports on the action fro .» the Assam State capital. Bv JOE MCGOWAN JR. SHK-LONG. India (AP) — Irulian army columns pushed CAMPAIGN ON TO CRUSH REBELLIOUS INDIAN TRIBES through sniper-infested jungle I dispersed and casualties have MAX VOX S3TDCW AS JESUS In "Greatest Story Ever Told' Port Theater Will Show 'Greatest Story Ever Told 1 George Stevens" production of j with James Lee Barrett and the "The Greatest Story. Ever Told," noted historian Carl Sandburg. ->, . -t- _ T3_^* <n.==*i>.. <r> Max von Sydow, distinguished, Swedish actor, plays Jesus. ] The huge cast includes Dorothy McGuire as May; Charlton will be at the Port Theater La Porte Thursday through March 16. The storv of Jesus was re-itny j>ictjuire as jsanyi vjiarnuii searched for years before beingJHester as John the Boptist; John filmed. Ste%-ens made a pilgrim- j Wayne as the Centurion; David, . _- ^- -,_ TIT~I_. T—/i ,,;o;«ncr Baytonian To Do Research Work In California Dr. Rex. Reed ff Baytown, who completed his doctorate and did research at the University of Minnesota last year, has accepted a six - month research assignment at the University of California in Los Angeles. A chemical engineer. Dr. Reed will do research concerning the mobility of micro - organisms. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. X, B. Reed of 713 E. Alford and a graduate of Robert E. Lee High School and Texas A&M Unix-ersity. He and his wife, Jan, and their sons, Skip, 4, and Jonathan, 2, left Baytown Wednesday for California. After his research project. Dr. Reed will join the faculty of thej University of Florida in Gains- ville where he wil Ibe associated department In the graduate school beginning ths fall. The Baytonian also worked at Humble Oil & Refining Co.'s at development between his graduate work semesters at Minnesota. loday toward two major towns overrun by Mizo tribesmen in southeast Assam State. An official spokesman said the relief parties set out from Aijal, headquarters town for the Massachusetts-size district that extends down between East Pakistan and Burma. Their objectives were Champhai. near the rjrmese border, and Lun- ;leh, to the south. The spokesman said rebels who had been attacking Dawm- been inflicted," Aijal was also averrun but was recaptured. "Casualties on our side have been very light." he said. "Since the Mizo attacks have beer, at night, it is difficult to say what their casualties have been but we presumed they A-ere very heavy." Newsmen are prohibited from entering the Mizo district. The spokesman denied one air published report that an fire while strafing a rebel position. Newsmen were asked not to use the terms '"revolt" and "rebellion" and instead to call the Mizos misguided or lawless elements. The government is preparing leaflets which are to be dropped over Mizo territory urging the tribesmen to abandon their uprising. Special broadcasts also are being beamed at the Mizos by All-India Radio, the government network. The spokesman disclosed that one platoon of the Assam Rifles which set out from Dernagiri for Lungleh apparently was ambushed and may have been wiped out. Reports reaching Shillong. Assam's capital, said about 50 men were in the platoon and the survivors surrendered to the Mizos. Communication with Lungleh was lost shortly after the Mizos revolted the night of Feb. 28. The tribesmen, a Mongol-origin people of high intellect and physical ability, want their own independent state. The spokesman told newsmen in this beautiful wooded hill station that air force pilots flew over Lungleh and reported most of the city's 2.000 residents appeared to have fled into the surrounding hills. "The city looks deserted." the spokesman said. The Desert Rats were fee defenders of Tobruk against the legions of German field marshal Erwin Rommel. Biytoman Retimi Faces Assault Count Roger N. Evans. 4T. of Baytown, wbo was arrested in Hempstead about a week ago. was brought back to Baytown Tuesday by Constable Paul Anderson and Deputy Constable Gregg Bickerstaff to face a charge of aggraviated assault. Evans was released from the Baytown jail on a $400 bond in connection with the charge, filed in Justice of the Peace M. M. Brown's court by Nellie E. Evans on Feb. 21. ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY age to the Holy Land, visitin the sizes referred to in the Bible of and examining every inch soil on which Christ walked. 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