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Bonham Daily Favorite (Newspaper) - April 7, 1974, Bonham, Texas T j ia of weather Bonham and Vicinity partly Cloudy sunday. Winds southerly. High sunday in Tower �0�. 18% foot Tryam Bailu Tau orbit sunday single copy Price 150 ltt�t0 Wirt in Ltd Pratt i not National our hat y tar 1192 Bonham Texas sunday april 1, 174 Nea wire photo a number 114 Odds and end saw a by Bob Cantrell Paul Cardwell who lives up in tha North part of tha county reported Friday morning he Taw some Light Frost in the Low places before he left Home but added Quot i Don t hink it was heavy enough to damage he lost his Beans and fruit to the first freeze a couple of weeks ago. He had covered up his tomatoes thursday night and they escaped damage. Quot i had some Beans lust peeping through but i Don t think they got bit Quot he said. The question asked was Quot what s the difference Between Hamlet and chalet Quot one bystander answered without a bit of hesitation a Quot chalet is a Breed of w. T. May discovered thursday there s a Knack to letting Down the Tail Gate of a pickup truck. W. T. Had done quite a bit of twisting and pulling in an Effort to get it open. Then he turned his Back and walked Over to pickup something else. The lady Driver of the truck reached Over and gave lust the right twist and yank to the right Knob and the Tail Gate came Down without one bit of trouble. If you happen to be a graduate of East Texas state University and have lost your ring they might have Sood news for you in the office of i. Evans school. A student turned in an Etsu senior ring the other Day and Bobbie Lumpkins will be glad to let you have it if you can give the year size Etc. Loyd Sterling state welfare department regional manager figured in a couple of goofs while taping a program for Xii Channel 12, the other Day. First off he was introduced As Loyd Foster. Then when it came his turn to Start talking he said the Foster Parent week which he was discussing Nao been proclaimed by president Roosevelt. Quot it seems like i could have named a later president Quot he added. The week was proclaimed this year for the first time by president Nixon. Mildred Burnett was a Lucky woman thursday night at the Bartley Woods club s dinner. She brought stewed Chicken Ano nobody discovered the Gizzard which she had hid under the Back. She rescued it after everyone else had finished eating. Quot it s Spring so Why not Quot was tha answer of Fenton Cox Friday mor Nung when quizzed about the Blue sports attire a Slacks and coat. The h. R. Van Zants Are still wondering where they Skunk came from and went thursday afternoon. They had to leave the windows open in the rather Chilly weather to help get rid of the scent. H. R. Could t Fine one anywhere in the neighbourhood. Johnny War Nail had told a Niece if the baby was born on his birthday a would give the youngster $30. The baby was born at 5 30 . One Day and Johnny s birthday was tha next Day not quite seven hours away. A did give the youngster a Silver Dollar. Quot i really planned to give a 125 savings Bond Quot a said. And this week is easter holidays for the schools of Fannin county. But Bonham students will be making up some of the Days lost when they were out due to the flu epidemic that hit and kept a lot of them at Home and school was Dii Farewell paid to Pompidou president Nixon in Paris to join world leaders at memorial services1% Paris Fuji a the nation he led and the world leaders he knew said a final Farewell saturday to the late president Georges Pompidou in a memorial service at notre Dame Cathedral that became a prelude to a round of International sum Mitry. President Nixon and 60 other dignitaries a presidents prime ministers a King a Queen a Crown Prince a joined this country in a tribute to the dead statesman then scheduled a series of meetings to discuss world affairs in general and Patching up differences in particular. In accordance with Pompidou s wish for simplicity Cardinal Francois Marty the archbishop of president declines tax help by Uail cd press International barely had president Nixon promised to pay Back taxes of almost $500,000 than americans started drives to raise the Cash. But the president described As Quot deeply moved by the efforts said hell pay every Penny himself and Send Back any donations. A group of Louisiana republicans an Illinois attorney and some Kentucky businessmen All began apparently spontaneous drives to help Nixon foot the Bill White House press Secretary Ronald w. Ziegler told reporters aboard the air Force plane carrying the president to a memorial service for president Georges Pompidou a the president is deeply appreciative and heartened by the individual expressions of support. He was very deeply moved by the fact that Many people want to contribute and assist him in paying his taxes. Quot but he said pay every Penny of it. He feels that he should do so personally and will be making arrangements to pay with the use of Money he has in savings and by borrowing additional Money. Quot people making similar offers will be told the president appreciates their thoughtfulness very much but that he will pay the taxes Raymond Statham a Republican Leader in Bossier City la., said the pachyderm club a local gop organization had raised $200 among themselves alter deciding on the fund drive and hoped to have $200,000 within a week. Statham said that at their weekly breakfast meeting Friday it was suggested the tax Bill was unjust Quot and since we feel it belongs to All americans and not just the president that we would help him pay his George Woodcock a mount Carmel. 111., attorney and chairman of the Illinois Republican county chairman s association. Said he would ask 8.000 Illinois republicans to donate $60 each. A special fund called Quot Peoples fund for Nixon s taxes was set up in Whitesburg by and already has More than $2s0 after one Day. Two killed in air plane crash Sherman. Tex. Up a Small twin engine air plane went into a spin and crashed nose first into the ground saturday killing the Pilot and passenger. Hie Accident occurred South of Tueua. Four Miles South of Sherman. Sheriff and Highway patrol Offit cars quoted a witness As say my the plane went into a spin. It left no skid Marks at Impact the Pilot was identified As Charles Loberg 53, and the passenger As Donald Dreyfus 3i, both of Dallas. Pans trimmed much of the pageantry from the Church service eliminating the Mitre the Cross and the incense in the 700-year-old Church to which France turns in moments of National Joy and sorrow he spoke a prayer for the distinguished guests who sat on red prayer stools before him a Light with your Light the leaders of the nations and give them courage that All countries at last free Ami in peace May take part in the construction of the it was announced after the service that Nixon would hold talks with a number of leaders British. French. German. Italian danish and probably soviet and japanese among them before returning to Washington on sunday Nixon had not planned any talks when he left Home on Friday and had been scheduled to return saturday night Pompidou was buried in a private ceremony thursday the National memorial sence opened with the great Hells of notre Dame striking a muted toll of mourning then after 90 minutes of Organ and choral music As the dignitaries and 9.000 others took their seats in the Cathedral the Cardinal entered to Start the mass he was accompanied by France s interim presi Dent. Alain Poher. President of the Senate the purple carpeted Nave of the Church from the Entrance to the area of the altar glittered with the helmets of the Republican guard strips of red. White and Blue doth the National colors -115 feet Long Hung from the roof these and the red Cap and wine Colo Rcd vestments of the Cardinal were among the few touches of color in the hour Long mass and Aetiology Nixon sat Between president Giovanni Leone of Italy Ami president pal Losonczi of Hungary he made a Point of turning around to shake hands with c Chancellor Willy Brandt of Germany what else.? guardsman Dies As ravaged Xenia hit by second tragedy spot in the Sun a it May be cold outside but these Whitt pelicans Don t know it As they snooze while warming a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a e a a a a a e a a a a from the Sun coming through the overhead skylight in the Chicago Brookfield zoo s Bird House. Up a ,,vc�v.v�v.%v.,.viv.,.v�vvv.,.v�,..,.v.,..,.v a i a.,vv� a. A a a. A. A a a a ,v.\ .vtvvv. .vivtv, ,. a. .vv�vv. A. A a i a Tovv aa aa a a a a a a Ivvv �?�5quotvvvvva Veteran Speaks Bonham a tops the Bonham daily favorite Bonham Texas my dear editor Over the past several months Many patients at various veterans hospitals throughout these United states have been demonstrating discontent i. For one. Cannot say whether their beet a is justified or not. However. I can Sav this. A As a career Navy Man with 23 years of service behind me. And having been a patient in and out of a hospitals for the past five years. 1 have seen the system through the eyes of a Man who was hurting and in need of care and understanding during these five years. 1 have been in and out of no less than five different a hospitals for care my Home is in California where 1 was up until a Tew weeks ago under a treatment three Days a week for physical therapy now. This is the third occasion 1 have been at tins a Hospital in Hon Ham. Texas i came Here at my own expense and 1 came Here because this Hospital treats a Veteran As a Peison Tine does not lose his identity and we ate allowed to maintain dignity this Hospital should be held up As an example of what Allva hospitals should in in my opinion the stall is More than Well tue lit led and this reflects Down through the tanks i have yet to meet a person employed by this Hospital who is not courteous As Well As being Well qualified in just what it is that they Are Here to do Texas Means Friendly Hon Ham has to mean brotherhood and this a Hospital is a combination of both thereof in to very Lew words 1 would say that the Sam i Tayburn memorial veterans Center ret Lech the area in which it is located May god Hlass and thanks so much respectfully. John Lyell Brand us a ret by a a a a % % a a i i a a a a i a a Swa a a a a a a t a i i a a a a % a a a a a a i a a a a Viv a a a a Vafa a Afa it Vii Vav i in a a a a a a a Vltava a a a Savavi a a a a a a Aav a Iby % a it i itv Nixon stays Over for talks Paris up president Nixon saturday extended his Paris visit until sunday to take in meetings with several european leaders then walked Down a City Street mobbed by applauding parisians and tourists trying to shake his hand. White House a Ress Secretary Ronald w Ziegler said Nixon would meet today with French. British italian. West German and danish leaders and probably would see soviet president Nikolaipodgorny sunday Nixon who attended a memorial mass Tor president Georges Pompidou was to have left saturday night but Ziegler said his departure was rescheduled for sunday the japanese embassy said japanese Premier Kakuei Tanaka also would see Nixon sunday. French gendarmes and american Security police struggled to hold Back onlookers As Nuon leu the to s embassy on Swank Rue Faubourg St and strolled 200 Yards in Spring Sunshine to the nearby Elysee presidential Palace to see France s interim president. Alain Poher crowds waiting outside the embassy applauded As Nixon looking tanned appeared on the Street having changed his Gray funeral attire for a Blue suit and Blue polka Dot tie a French medical student. Daniel Kotenberg. Wearing a la Tel pin of the american Flag Shook Nixon hand and said. I m All with you or president Nixon pointed to the student s pin he was wearing an identical one and said look its the same As mine crowds by now were urging round the president and a woman grabbed his hand and said 1 am italian from Milano Nixon smiled and said a Beautiful old City the St a la an old French woman she his him by the hand and a Aid to French which an Intel Pietr translated we like Vou very much in France Nixon said thank Vou very much we americans love frenc h Fie Ople. Madame Xenia. Ohio up another disaster struck this Tornado ravaged southwestern Ohio Community saturday when lire swept through a furniture store killing one National Iuar Sinan and injuring two others a fourth guardsman was missing and feared dead �?o1 Don t know what else could happen to this town. A a guards Kesman said the Tornado that ripped through the City wednesday killed at least 35 persons injured upward of 1.000 and left hundreds homeless i he two guardsmen injured risks seen in illegal nuclear use Washington Iurii warning that it is not difficult to make an atom bomb a Ford foundation study said saturday that the growth of the nuclear Power Industry carries a substantial risk of terrorists or others stealing nuclear materials to make illegal weapons the report said present safeguards against nuclear Thelt Are inadequate and called on the atomic Energy commission a Asci to act now to develop Lon term safeguards that will Deal with the risks terrorists or criminals or even a single fanatic might try to steal nuclear weapons material Lor Money or for Pur mgt ses of it political coercion a it said ii they succeeded they could use the materials in a number of ways to threaten groups. Governments or whole communities it such a raid should occur the report envisioned a group of perhaps five to ten persons using sophisticated firearms and equipment storming a Power Plant or other facility in search of fissionable materials it said officials should be ready therefore to meet a maximum credible threat i he 2.72 Page report was Seton Sord by the Ford foundation it Energy policy project and Pic pared by Theodore u Taylor a physicist and former m dentist at the dec s los Alamo Center and Mason a Tillich an attorney and authority on nuclear safeguards and arms control saturday were treated at a Hospital for minor bums and released. A search of the burned building was begun for the missing guardsman. Neither of the two victims was identified we re pretty certain the second Man is in the building Quot said it Steve Stone information officer for the National guard meantime the revised death toll irom Tornado disasters across the country wednesday and thursday stood at 319. The breakdown was Alabama 73 Kentucky 71 Tennessee 58, Ohio 40. Indiana 39, Georgia 16, North Carolina 5. Michigan 3, Illinois 2. Virginia 2 and one each in West Virginia and Oklahoma. There were eight dead in Windsor. Ont. Forty persons were still unaccounted for in Brandenburg. By. The hardest hit area of that state the total confirmed dead in that Community was 29 the fire in Xenia for a ume threatened to destroy an entire Block of office buildings and stores which had been damaged by Hie Tornado but it was conned to the three Story furniture store and brought under control within several hours cause was not known. Rescue workers continued to search through rubble for a Syible More victims of the Tornado in Xenia at least 30 persons were still missing and residents wandered through the devastated town in search of Laii uly members and friends a 7 to 6 a in curfew remained in effect in Xenia where residents in suburban Arrowhead planted american i lags to locate where their Homes once stood school patrons voting saturday for trustees polls were to close saturday night at 7 o clock in the Bonham school District s uncontested trustee election candidates Lor All three of the places on the school Board were standing Tor re election they Are David Cole Board president. Len Dell Purdy Board vice president and David Smith also on the saturday ballot was the name Olli j Williams of Bonham. Precinct a and Shirley Sells Ector precinct i. Lor county school Lioard of thug was at i w Evans school gymnasium Tornado tragedy recurrence unlikely soon my do press Ultra Auml recurrence of another great Tornado disaster seems unlikely Lor a Lew years according to a the National weather services Quot it appears that things Are Gouig to be pretty quiet weather Wise for the next couple of Days. Frederick Ostby. Deputy Chiel of the severe storm forecast Center said in Kansas City. The condition that triggered the severe tornadoes has completely dissipated the condition caused partly by heavy thunderstorms being puked up by the Jet Stream and twisted until they achieved Louia Dii velocities brought nearly 100 tornadoes wednesday and thursday into the Southeast and Midwest More than Iuo died ill 12 states and a Cai Idian Bordet City la al major outbreak Ostby said the last major outbreak of tornadoes was april 11. Life the Palm sunday onslaught ill which 27 people Weie killed in Indiana. Illinois Mulligan and Vii Moisin other killed Lusters involving Moie one slate Weie to voided to i4#jon l�?~j47 lbs a dead 141 1 Gnu dead iim2 by dead Aid in a a i it a dead what we had wednesday is not like la to be repeated an it time soon in the next Tew cd let thy said \ t Cist a death toll a Liming to it Oliie double counting by Uii hot Kun s m Kentucky and Indi i i in mgt it i Ipp in. a Ouabain Ai Klitus k. 71 Lennes Sce 58 uhis be Indiana a Georgia in a Milt i aniline i Mii Lugii i Vitili i j \ Umilia 1 Lini Tuie a a it i in it \ \ in Vitila and ukr Allozia i Lineti a vote cd Gilt dead in Windsor ugh a t Nat tousled l or in id it ii it Rili u Ptim Ais Weie tilt Ali i it quilted Tot it Lylall Tiili Jck Waitele Eli us 111ot kit were win Ted out and a on titled dead housing and Lilia i sctt Tai Janif. I latin waited the Irea i Udave my said damage to a he in Ali mini Ohio Stiver town u i it Evezic As 1 be seen u a a Ohio w Ilei e to died in Liu largest group of a a no nmn to a Muc worker Utle d in Ltd blog u nip a dui it nil ii in \ 7 i it in i it a i i Iti 1 add a Vas Vitili m to a l of Vijil mix Weie asked to Stav away a a resident planted american hags to lot ate where their Homes a a me stood to the to Tow head housing development w Lien i got Here 1 could i even Lind my House and i had to walk around this whole area tie ionic i could Ted it. Said David Walker who was out of town when the twisters hit halt the towns still looking in a i the other Hail said red 11&Quot worker marts Savage
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