The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 14, 1966 · Page 3
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Monday, March 14, 1966 The World's Week In Review By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS'soon to decide whether higher; of the Office of Emergency President Johnson picked up' taxes will be needed to finance j Planning. more support for his Viet Nam;The war. i It was discovered the U.S. policies over the weekend but; The 32 Senate Republicans Labor Department recognizes acquired additional problems'have reached what they call, belly dancers and light - bulb; from French President Charles' remarkable unity in support of;testers among its 230,000 job de Gaulle. ! Johnson's prosecution of a limit-;listings, but not congressmen. Thirty-two governors met Jed war in Viet Nam. j ~' ; with Johnson Saturday and later! De Gaulle said he believes thei • 1C"* I A voted unanimously that thevjworld crisis has moved from'l9£|f jtttlS IS A "wholeheartedly support and i Europe to Asia and he no longer i* u ** **••••'* •<* ** endorse" his Viet Nam policies, i sees any need for any Atlantic j/*__J|J_i_ f>/it< Johnson told the governors i Alliance military organization. i\«uIlUlQuT6 I Ol that spending in Viet Nam has He said France was withdraw-] been running slightly below estimates this year. He said it is too Lf. GOY. Smith To Kick Off Vote Drive in Houston bases or j French soQ. A three-day tour of Houston Lj*"*?*™ 1 . ^^opments starting Tuesday will kick off |Viet Nam included: Li. Gov. Preston Smith's new Baytown JC Chief Jack Sims, who is a candidate for president in the Baytown Junior Chamber of Commerce election Tuesday night, was an forces and installations com-! officer an d board member in pletely under French command. i tne McAllen Jaycees prior to The United States has 40 supply (moving to Baytown last August, headquarters on! Sims also has bee:i active in ing its remaining forces in the: North Atlantic Treaty Organization commands and that two principal NATO military headquarters should leave France. De Gaulle said France could accept on its territory only \Vashington.it was learned I years. the Jaycees In Houston and San on.Antonio and has been in the or- jganizatkm for the past three campaign technique for re-elec- During the three davs Smith-, will meet with 16 different or-j.YJ; Sanitations and associations atl ln *"* breakfasts, luncheons, coffees p and dinners. Instead of visiting barbershops and restaurants and meeting with a few individuals. Smith ]'• has set up the sessions with busi-' a Hanoi. the Joint Cheifs of Staff unani-| A native of Corpus Christi. mously favor a wider air war j Sims attended Del Mar College North Viet Nam and three and a half years. He is employed at Ben Gordon Finance Co. in Bayto-.vn. He and his wife and two Daughters live at 1S06 Florida. tary of Defense Robert S. Me-j His daughters are Deborah, age iNamara. however, still bar U.S. four and Judith, two. fuel and ol1 stocks Haiphong port area as the President Johnson and Secre- . . . TT . . hlttlng Hal P hon sociations. He will mak e speech- where requested and attempt squad executed a Sims was chairman of the Jaycees bird feeder sale for the Baytown Opportunity School ui'ding fund, vice chairman of , Chinese businessman. Ta Vinh.lthe La Porte extension commit- to answer anv and all Questions who had been con , vlcte <* . of itee; member of the Jaycee Ra- from the members. ' jamassmg a fortune through im- dio Day ' — -I want to find out what the port-export profiteering Other developments abroad: problems are facing our peo- pie." Smith said "By meeting ; member of the regional visitation commit- want and need and I can guide the senate. Smith predicted that his system of meeting with important groups will set a new pattern j for campaigning. On his first day in. Houston.) 'see and tell" the lieutenant governor on Tuesday are the Association's the Houston Texas Telephone state convention. Teachers Asssociation and the Texas Nursing Home Associa- ±f>"™£ , IU>I t}on i Diefenbaker Smith wil !be seeking his third term as Heutenant governor. HARROP'S • FINE FURNITURE • TVs 6206 Baywoy Dr. violent death began at 6 p.m. Friday and ended at midnight Sunday. Killed in the accident near Port Arthur were Alvin York, 53; his wife; Alvin York Jr., 13; and Mark York. 17. Murphy York, about 10. and Bob Brown of Houston, driver! of the second vehicle, were hos-! pitalized in Port Arthur. Brown was reported in critical condition. Richard David Whatley, 23, .bilene construction worker, was killed Sunday and his brother, Larry, was injured in an automobile accident on U.S. 80 one mile east of Sweetwater. Mary Louise Hagle, 16, of Dallas was struck and killed by a lut-and-run driver on a Dallas Street Saturday night. Her sister. Kathy. 12. was injured. Marvin Minniok, 36, of Houston died Saturday night of gunshot wounds he suffered during a fight with another man at a Houston lounge. Lauren Elaine McLain, 15, of Hart was killed Saturday night in a two-car collision on U. S. 66 at Vega in the Texas Panhandle. Miuel Ruiz Aleman, 67, died Saturday night after being struck by a hit-and-run vehicle near downtown Austin. Henry Le e Abbs. 26, of Dallas was killed Saturday when his car hit a concrete post on Interstate -35 at the junction with Farm 1126 nine miles north of Corsicana. James William Keeter, 37,] was fatally beaten with a tire] tool Sunday in Amarilio. His body was found behind a tavern. Mrs. Glenn Compton was killed Sunday in a one-car accident on U.S. 67 between Breckenridge and Graham. Tesiaem jonnson saia iomi-i— * — • — — *."*+•* ^ _w... ,.<><_,.,_ Robert Hewett IS Elmorp ier Gov. Fan-Is Bryant of Flori-IJhe ton - year curriculum ati cit>% Ok , and rf^^ Haves ida will be nominated as director i"-. then go on to a senior col-. 57 Whitewright Tex were to Wiled Sunday In a car-truck col! tee in January: and chairman Indonesia's new anti-Column- ! o f the publications committee. -ith these"' groups I wiiTknow I nist military regime arrested 16 He has served on the board of better th e legislation that Te.xans j Indonesian Cabinet members, directors and worked on the 'including First Deputy i-remier Christmas party for needy chil- Subandrio. Subandrio was Pres- dren. ident Sukarno's chief lieutenant before the Indonesian army launched a crackdown on Com- |munists and pro-Communists. Violence In Texas Claims Lives Of 17 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS i Traffic accidents during the] past weekend, including one near Port Arthur which claimed i the lives of four members of a| Nederland family, claimed the lives of 17 persons in Texas. Two homicide and two hit- and-run case were listed among the fatalities. The Asociated Press count of Canadian Conservative Party Smith will mee' with three' leader John G ' Kef enbaker re- eroups and h e will be the tost I*™* to Ottawa and defended | at a big sublic reception in the i J™f M a S alnst charges he had, Terrace Room of the Rice Hoter fal5ed to act m a sex-and-securi-1 German Student Learns English from 4 to 6 p.m The groups toj^ scandal. Gerda -Munsinger. j " " ****** German blond e whose ! - *- -° U hke tO name is linked to the scandal.!5° ' earn the Germa n language was reported preparing a quick: 10 Germany by taking the Eng- trip to Canada to dispute aj llsh course in their schools? charge that she was a spy or almost what Helmuth jTl securitv- risk to tw^o or more ofi Ma >' er is doing. He i s learning Shome: 's Cabinet minis- developments at English by taking German at Lee College. Mayer, a native of Nordham. Germany, is in his first semes- President Johnson said form- te r a * LC- He plans to complete - ' S ." ndecided ^ as university to attend ' r>» ix/ V 0 j Did YOU KnOW? Paper money is an invention of the Chinese and though tne ias a mere hant seaman, attain-! date of 119 B. C. has been put ing ^e rank of ^^ officer , forward, the innovation is be- Ke served on .- mavbe 12 ships to have dated from the <in ei - ht ear " Dynasty. ]ision at intersection of FM " Ijeved to have dated from the <in ei - ht years •> T'an Hear DR. ROBT. GOODRICH MAR, 27-30 ST. MARK'S METHODIST CHURCH He lives with relatives — his iaunt and uncle — on Tri - City i Beach Road. His hobby is photography, he said, and when asked what he i thought about American foot- jball, he said he found it confus- jing. His favorite television show is "Hogan's Heroes." He attends St. Paul's Lutheran Church, and he said he likes Baytown because it is "clean and small." Christian, 18, of Elmore riding in the car with! :, died later Sunday at a| hospital of injuries hej in the accident. t fTWKIKA BUHOXO* U K»nt whltt J A IN THESE r SPARKLING FABULOUS fr ill ! .f. *' urmea , ^INTERLOCKING DIAMOND RINGS by the makers of JFomovs Feature lock • UZZLIN8 OUMONDf UK»r»twhK» SCQ50 erjtllowioliJ *Oi7^ v boUirteis 10 EXBUlsm DIAHONBI J4 Ktrst wh!i« JQQ50 belli rinn of ytllow said FULL PURCHASE PRICE LIFETIME GUARANTEE Your full purchase price applied toward a higher priced diamond ring at any time. y. K^XMMWWW EASY TERMS ARRANGED Cancer Crusade To Be Stepped Up In Baytown Plans for a stepped-up Cancer j Crusade in Baytown are going j forward ,it was reported Monday by Ted McCall, chairman of the drive. II "The immediate goal in Bay-1 town," McCall said, "is the sav-j ! ing of thousands of lives bv emphasis of the fact that early and adequate application of present- day medical knowledge can prevent needless offering and death." McCall said that additional volunteers wil be needed for the annual canvass and door-to-door 'dispensing of cancer detection Information which is scheduled jfor April IS. "Persons who are anxious and willing to help wipe out cancer should call Jack Kimmons. Don Gidden or Mrs. Rex Curtin, assistant drive chairmen. Training 'sessions will be held for volunteers." Society spokesmen have said that about 49 million Americans now living will eventually have cancer if present rates continue. Accident Electrocutes Two Airmen In Kansas TOPEKA. Kan. (AP)—Two airmen stationed at Forbes Air Force Base were electrocuted! accidentally Sunday evening j while mounting a television an-j tenna on a pole at a trailer camp near the base. They were A.2C. Emery R. Yarber, a native of Hillsboro, Tex., and A.3c. Wayne MiensL-l. Yarber, his wife and their daughter lived at the camp and Michael was helping erect the antenna for their mobile home. The antenna touched a 14,400- volt power line. 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