The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 11, 1966 · Page 3
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Friday, March II, 1966 Wat •qtfmra Front View Is Starting Point For Landscaping What does your home took like to your neighbors? In a recent survey of areas where the homes are well landscaped, most residents felt that even one neglected home could spoil a whole neighborhood. It is not difficult to landscape the entrance to a home, providing the homeowner will continu- ousy look at it from the curb and see what needs to be planted, in accordance with his own creative instincts, or what other neighbors have done in the area In some areas, a homeowner will have a lawn facing the street, perhaps a low hedge along the sidewalk and a driveway to the garage. In such an "average planting" one should stand on the sidexvalk in the exact middle of the property and face his house. All large trees should be planted outside of imaginary lines to the corners of the house. This prevents the house from being j dwarfed or obscured by large! trees. j Smaller trees such as dogwood] or crape myrtle may be planted inside such lines, close to the! house. j Shrubs usually are plantc-d in j curved beds close to the house, i with taller shrubs at house cor-j ners. Fioivering and evergreen! shrubs should be intermingled to provide contrast. | Foliages likewise should aro- mSCUSSIXG "SALUTE TO YOUTH." television program on KTKK. Channel 13, are left to right, Tim Robin of Houston Lighting and Power Co.. and Howard Finch and Betty Rogers, both of Channel 13, and three members of the Robert E. Lee Band. Earl Center. Graham Painter and Joe Frazier, far right. were featured trampet soloists for one of tie selections the band played at the auditions held at KEL. Robin said he interviewed students from Crosby and REL high schools and Lee College in various categories as future possibilities for their program. Readiness Of Guard Units Hampered By Space Lack WASHINGTON (AP) — Thej readiness of many Army National Guard units probably will set back because they rnust give individual training to re-: cruits unable to get into crowded Army basic training centers, sources said today. Such units chiefly are in what is called the immediate reserve, totaling about 184,000 men in 1,- 6SO formations. Though called the immediate reserve, this force actually is a second-line reserve. However, it has a definite role in certain contingency war plans. Another contributing factor to retarding the readiness of such units is their loss of trucks and other vehicles, communications equipment, artillery, machine guns and other equipment. Gear has been drawn off from the immediate reserve and from a third-ine, reinforcing reserve, to build up what the Pentagon calls its selected force. The selected force is getting priority treatment in. a build-up of its manpower, equipment and training designed to have it in shape for possible mobilization as early as July 1. This selected force totals about 150.000 men, including 31.000 Army Reservists. built around three infantry divisions and six independent infantry brigades. If a mobilization were needed for the Viet Nam war — and Pentagon officials have said this figures show. is unlikely — the selected force /set back unit training In the im- would go first. The immediate reserve, under present plans, would be used for crises which might arise elsewhere in the world. Under present plans, it would be trained for 16 weeks after mobilization before being ready for deployment. However, sources said that the need to give individual training to recruits is bound to mediate reserve and that ibis probabl y will mean that, if called, immediate-reserve units would need about 24 weeks after mobilization to be in combat shape. The requirement to give individual training to recruits stems frcju a jam-up 5n regular Army training facilities growing out of Real Estate Sales BEAUMONT CAP) — Real estate sales here during January and February were up 56 per cent over the like period of 1965, the build-tip of the standing Army. Regulars and draftees get priority at such facilities. Rent A Car S»rvlc* As Low As $5.00 Call OBZ-41M THAD FELTON Black's Personality Shows In Vote Ruling vide contrast. Taxus. or yew\ is the deepest green of all coni -1 ferrous evergreen shrubs; junipers may have a while arbor vitae may be lighter j what - n says shines thrOL , gh the j Earl Warren got green or golden. i Supreme Court's affirmation of j he wanted for up* WASHINGTON (AP) — The [direction, no matter how worthy ."jcomplexity of Hugo L Black! the goal. . '"!alongside a fiery belief that the] Black demonstrated this bluish cast; |Constitution means exactly!again Monday. Chief Justice the unanimity phoiding two key Some excellent flowering ev-Jthe 1965 Voting Rights Act. [sections of the voting law — the ergreens for entrance piantings! mack ^ nv() weeks ac , o and ; suspension of literacy tests include the rhododendrons and| an asso > !ate i uslice since 1937,: where used to keep Negroes a z a i e a s. although there are | w&n - t si stU , for anv labej be it jfrom the polls and the dispatch many more such as the hollies|-liberal " "conservative" or'°f federal examiners to those and pyracanthas and c °t° ne asM--a C n v 'ist. 1 ' And he \ von ' t sit st iii|areas to register qualified Ne- ers ' iwhen he feels his fellow judges I groes. The southern c 1 i m a t e s abound in lovely camellias, hi-i biscus and oleanders. j Beds of annual plants often s» are used near entrances. These j I AO include the pelargoniums, or thej geraniums, petunias, dwarf snap-l dragons, marigolds, and nurner-| ous other plants. I As with all landscaping, good taste is required. It is recommended by the American Association of Nurserymen that a plan be prepared to make jhave marched off in the WTOnj , Among 156 Viet War Casualties j But Black wouldn't go along with his eight cole-agues in upholding a third key section of the law that would require new i state voting laws to pass federal j muster. j From his seat to Warren's j right, the position traditionally 'reserved for the senior justice. it would treat states "like separate corporate units with no power of their own." Scanni ng the less than half- filled chamber. Black said, "I would have yielded a lot not to have had to file a written dissent in this case — but I felt compelled to do so." As he has so many times in the past 28 years, often standing alone. Black made his case by looking smack at the Constitution. There he found nothing to support what Congress had done and the court approved. "Nothing like that was ever contemplated when the Constitution or the 15th Amendment 'was adopted," he said. In his written opinion, Black "I see no reason to read j added: Black lashed this ruling because-into the Constitution meanings it WASHINGTON (AP) — The! efense Department announced j home entrance most attractive.,Thursday that 10 Te.xans were! Nurservrr.en neighbors, land-- amon = the ^6 Americans killed j scape architects and others mayi'r. action in Viet Nam last week.! be consulted if need be. One; Seven were U.S. Marines and! should strive for color, both in | the other three Army men. warm wr-ather and winter as) The Texans: Tonight On TV well and low maintenance. Goodrich-Gulf Man Gets New Position Marines: Pfc. Adan M. Olvera. Alice; Pfc. Jose Torres, Sinron; j Pfc. Franklin D. R. Gilbert.) ! Orange; j | Lance Cpl. Dennis L. Talking- jton, Hal torn City- | Pfc. Royce G. Scoggins, Tio-j PORT NECHES. Tex. (AP) — Harvey E. Phelps. manager of; Goodrich-Gulf Chemicals, lnc..!s a : synthetic plant and institute in; Pfc. William Johnson, Dallas. West Virginia, has been named j Lance Cpl. Alfred J. Smith, as manager of the company's,Houston; new stereo rubber producing fa- j , -rT , .. cility at Orange. Donald T. Boumans. production manager of the Goodrich- Gulf Port Neches plant, replaces; Pfc. Jack W. Undsey, Hous- FREDAY NIGHT 6:30 €1 Ballet for Skeptics O Anthology OJ Wild Wild West IB Flintstones 7:00 © Great Decisions tB Tammy 7:30 O Sammy Davis Jr. O Face of Sweden Q} Hogan's Heroes <B Addams Family 8:00 O Festival of Arts QJ Gomer Pyle, USMC © Honey West 8:30 O Mr. Roberts CD Movie £Q Farmer's Daughter 9:00 & Man From Uncle [ton; Maj. Lewis D. Phelps. P. David Terry, process ; Worth; and engineering supervisor at Port; Pfc. Harvey W. Neches. succeeds Boumans. Worth. 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We restore capacity so comfort YOU 24 95 All Air Conditioning units gradually lose their effectiveness. This happens whether the unit is used or not. So we recommend this seasonal check-up just to be sure. CHARGE IT on Sears Revolving Charge Phone Sears 582-8131 711 W. Texas Ave. Baytown, Texas FREE PARKING KWBA KWBA 1360 MONDAY THRU FRIDAY MORNING 6:00 Johnnie Ford Show (Country Music) 6:15 Lifeline 6:3C Mutual News 6:36 Wink Lewis Show (Country ] Music) j 7:00 Headline — Tom Evans i Weather 7:30 Mutual News 7:35 Texas Local News 7:45 Heaven and Home Hour | 8:00 The Morning Chapel Hour 8:30 Amazing Grace 9:00 Johnnie Ford Show (Country Music; Features: Headlines-Tom Evans Weather on the hour Mutual News — on the half hour Opportunity Knocks-10:45 Report from (Wall Street 11:35 Back to the ! Bible 12:00-12:30 NIGHT 1:00 Joe Ladd Show (Country Music) Features: Headlines-Tom Ev- vans Weather on the hour Mutual News on the half hour Opportunity Knocks 3:45-3:47 Bill Stern Sports 5:05-:14 6:00 Fulton Lewis Jr. 6:15 Lifeline 6:30 Mutual News 6:35 Don Ard Show (Country Music) Features: Headlines & Weather-on the hour Mutual News-on the half hour Opportunity Knocks-7:45-:47 9:00 O Secret Squirre 1 CD Mighty Mouse fB Porky Pig 9:30 0 Underdog CD Linus 19 Beatles 10:00 0 Top Cat QJ Tom & Jerry 43 Casper 10:30 0 Fury ID Quick Draw McGraw £0 Magilla Gorilla 11:00 .O First Look {Q Sky King CE) Bugs Bunny 11:30 O Jim Hester Show CD Lassie © Milton Monster 32:00 O Lone Ranger CD Flicka CS Cadet Don SATURDAY AFTERNOON" 12:30 O Superman CD Inquiry |Q Gulf Coast Jamboree 1:00 O Outer Limits CD Early Show •CD Larry Kane 2:00 0 SW Conference Basketball :30 43 Bowlers Tour :45 QJ High School Sports Parade 3:00 CD Golf Classic 3:30 0 Porter Wagner 4:00 & Wilburn Bros. CD Flying Fisherman C9 Wide World of Sports 4:30 0 Divorce Court CD Bowling 5:00 CD Smothers Brothers 5:30 0 Scherer McNeill CD News £9 The Rebel 6:00 0 News CD Death Valley Days IB News did not have when it was adopted and which have not been put into it since." Two weeks ago. a bristling Black went to the Constitution and found nothing to prevent any state, including Louisiana, from making it unlawful to stage "sit-ins" in public libraries. He found the "sacred" right to protest clearly protected by the First Amendment, but not "the right to use osmeone else's property even that owned by government and dedicated to other purposes, as a stage to express dissident ideas." This reading led Black, a champion of human rights, to vote against reversal of "breach of peace" convictions of five Negro civil rights demonstrators. Again Black was in the minority but again he raised his voice loud and clear. In crackling anger he said, "I shall never agree to any opinion or holding that people may go any place and insist on staying in that place to exercise their right to talk." Dissent can be a lonely pursuit and to a casual observer, at least, it would appear to be a trying position, especially for a man of 80. But almost daily, Hugo Lafayette Black gives evidence that his fighting spirit will not be curbed. I 2 9 Citrus Fruit Crop Is Expected To Gain 10 Per Cent WASHINGTON (AP) — This season's citrus fruit crop wit be about 10 per cent more thar last season and 14 per cent above average, the Agriculture | Department estimated Thurs] day. This season's crop is esti mated at 155,660.000 boxes, com pared with 176,748.000 boxes grown last year, and the 196,750,000 boxes predicted for this season at the beginning of February. j Included in the estimated production is 13,0320.000 boxes of | oranges. 45,200.000 boxes of grape fruit, and 17,440000 boxes of lemons. 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