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Bryan Daily Eagle (Newspaper) - January 8, 1967, Bryan, Texas Phripp Pill Joo soothe Bryan daily Eagle interchange nears finish seat org the va�cc4f Sam amp /876 by Elton r. Jones vol. 91 a no. 161 Bryan College station. Tex. Sunday. January 8. 1967 22 pages in two sections Eagle City editor to cents the Long awaited overpass interchange in College station is Only an expected four months from comple maj soviet policy shift Tion. A Progress has been average for this Type of project a according to Texas Highway department resident Engineer w. J. Byford who predicted its completion in april. He admonished that weather conditions could be a slowing Factor and also refer Marks danger from China secrecy v Eils new platform Petty political dispute Moscow tip a an important shift in soviet policy has occurred. Signs indicate it Means an increasing serious View of possible danger from China. Secrecy so far veils the new policy line. But things Here and there a newspaper articles and words from communist sources a show that China is preying on Kremlin minds As a potential threat. And As China gets More attention Vietnam gets less. Vietnam is a relatively Static problem some distance away China an explosively turbid problem along the soviet Union s longest Border. By Relman Morin new York Jim president John f. Kennedy was trying to Patch up what he considered a Petty dispute Between Texas politicians when he met his death in Dallas William Manchester reports in his Book a the death of a president a a itself a subject of dispute. The feud indirectly involved vice president Lyndon b. Johnson Manchester asserts. Describing Kennedy a feelings about the three Day tour of Texas in november. 1963, Manchester writes a the Prospect was unappetizing and vexing to the chief executive. It appeared to him that Johnson ought to be Able to resolve this Petty dispute himself the trip seemed to be an imposition. A Manchester also writes that five highly placed democrats advised Kennedy some in strongly worded warnings a not to go to Dallas on the tour. A the atmosphere in Dallas had become highly charged with against Ken inflammatory statements a Kennedy the Book asserts. Manchester quotes one of the five. Sen. J. W. Fulbright of Arkansas As saying to Kennedy a Dallas is a very dangerous place. I go there. Done to you go. The others who urged Kennedy to bypass Dallas the Book says were sen. Hubert h. Humphrey of Minnesota House whip Hale Boggs of Louisiana. Ambassador Adlai e. Stevenson and Texas National committeeman Byron Skelton. Look Magazine is serializing the death of a president and these reports appear in the first of four instalments totalling 60,000 words. The Magazine is scheduled to reach news stands next tuesday morning. Mrs. John f. Kennedy withdrew her objections to publication by look after editors made some revisions. She has not however authorized the passages that a see Petty political dispute Page 4 yanks open Campaign in Mekong red to the structures Complex Ity the amount of work con a tamed in a Small area and the number of agencies involved j the interchange at farm to Market Road 60 and pm 2154 is a half Clover Leaf affair with pm 60 being overpasses i by pm 2154 and the combined Southern Pacific and Missouri Pacific Railroad track. When completed the interchange and the related work on the two farm to mar Jet roads Are expected to Cost in excess of $900,000. Of the amount $340,000 was used for required Railroad adjustments to consolidate trackage of the two railroads. The original combined con Saigon South Vietnam w tract t0 r but Butler inc. Of a u. S. Marines Strugg de Brvan for the Bridge Structure through Waist deep vehicle Concrete work and to the mining swamps saturday in company of san an the opening phase of an hairier was $440i453 Elinda Plantt death claims Elinda Plantt on Friday Houston a Elinda Plantt 20, died Here Friday 30 Days the fact of an import shift in policy by the soviet communist party which sets the governments policies was published saturday in the party newspaper pravda in an indirect Way. Albritton guest speaker pravda reported that in re Ford d. Albritton jr., Bryan Ward recipient Are currently accomplishment Albritton a a i Nae Jet be lfl0i000 cent Days seven party leaders industrialist and civic Leader being taken by the Jaycees. 1�St y.rhf1bc1 by eligible Elliott emphasized. A Forf Over the ytea�?�.�,at air no bad briefed Regnal party of speak Jan. 17 to Bryan the Deadyne a Jan. U and Dave Toub. Egbe a a Len a for paving was $440,453. Lean Campaign in the Mekong however it after the project River Delta that could make a july 1%5 red this tile bloodiest year of the a Maje increased the vietnamese War. Cost by approximately $122, the heavily populated Delta Sqq with mangrove thickets and Tny Field changes include Rice paddies laced by 25,000 de widening the underpass Nagi Vable Miles of Waterways Structure and the widening has been out of the martial and realignment of pm 2154 mainstream because of the from is intersection with pm Prospect that Sharp action 6q South to Jersey Street in against indigenous Viet Cong Conegie station. Bands would mean heavy civil a porti0n of pm 2154 which after she was found with Hei Ian casualties. It s hard for win be abandoned for the new dead Roommate in their Gas even a native to distinguish Road we revert to the Adja filled Houston apartment guerrillas from peaceful Paja Cen Texas a amp a University m1ss Plantt died at 1 45 . Mas Clad peasants. A or parking or other uses. Friday in a Houston nursing but the Delta has been a Only the Railroad overpass Home to which she had been heartland of the communists portion of the total project is taken tuesday after doctors for 20 years and now amen completed. The pm 2154 Over at Ben Taub general Hospital cans Are joining vietnamese pass lacks Only railings and a told her family she would not troops in an Effort to crush sidewalk. Regain consciousness guerrilla bands estimated to work still due includes she was never conscious Vietnam placing of curbs and gutters after Poince found her and an. The ci0ver-Leaf ramps Drea Chancey 20, also of col facials across european russia1 College station Jaycees and Albritton is president and into Siberia and a China their employers at the Organ of Albritton engineering corp., Border Region of soviet Cen i in Ationo a annual Bosses night the largest commercial mus trial Asia. Earlier two top Par and outstanding Young Man try in the a is Community. Restaurant to men Leonid i. Brezhnev award banquet. He is a past president of the held at Clamons Resta and Mikhail a. Suslov gave the a outstanding Young Bryan College station Cham More than $150,000 was Rais Quot the award is for direct out toe to Lvi to by v a a j a a w it i ii if a a Cli Luv 5. One idled but to a stalemate neat and other portions of Road in j station in their Carbon of i u. . A. _0 ing hard won gains farther the area construction of me monoxide. Fined apartment de to construct a new Home standing set vice and Bas a North. Diane on pm 60 from the East Here in dec 7 miss Chancey for the club. Re action o Aye Viet Cong s Exton Era end of the project West was the daughter of or. And the annual banquet will be ship. Sub Sive Delta organization feeds to the Texas a amp a University mrs 0st.ar j Chancey of 307 miffed by tither individuals or Large quantities of men sup veterinary Complex and Fidelity so. In College station. Nomination Blanks for f no inn i null he plies and Money to red units placing of the hot mix base Pouce said the deadly Gas briefings in Moscow and Len pm no of Brazos county for Ber of Commerce. The Grade been affied v m other parts of the country and surfacing. Theja Oett of probably came from the apart Ingrad. 1966,�?� a yet unnamed person late of Texas a amp a University a j 0 Iza. O Tistl Lomg Young Man the Rice Harvest is on now in is presently working on the ment Central heating system. The subject was the dec. 12 will be honoured at the 6 also Active in the schools churches according committee Bryan College Sta the Delta and Viet Cong tax bold weather a 30 do 13 secret meetings of the Par dinner to which Jaycees tra association of fennel j Ean Elliott project Cham Tion Jaycees Box 30, Bryan agents Are levying Grain from Tess ii Plantt a so Tyr scentral committee additionally invite their employ dents. 1 a a see policy Page 4 Jers. Nominations for the a i Man they Are also available Texas. Among his Many other civic bus chamber of com see Vietnam Page 4 see interchange Page 4 today in the Chapel of Calla Way Jones funeral Home with 60th to begin search for new taxes tuesday Merce office. All entries must be received by Midnight Jan. 14. A committee composed of local businessmen and civic leaders Over the age of 35 will select the honoree from the nominations. Agriculture by Garth Jones ruled to be named president associated press writer pro tempore a mostly Honor Austin Ufi a Texas 60th Ary position that lets him Preau bin Mil Side Over the Senate when la. New taxes gov. Preston Smith is absent. Tuesday at noon. Ten freshmen senators j new arrivals predict it will will be sworn in including take All of a 140-Day regular the first negro senator since session and maybe a 30-Dayreconstruction, miss Barbata special session. Jordan Houston and t e hrs in addition to the $100 Mil Republican senator since 1927, lion need for new Revenue As Henry Grover Houston who forecast by gov. John Connal served in the House As a dem Lye there will be secondary Socrat before he switched Par Strukl a a l up t.0 i give Public school teach the House will be called to ers a $138 million pay raise Jorder by Secretary of state and let Texas cities Levy a John l. Hill and 58 Nev House for the first time since 1937 there will be no women state representatives. After the House swearing in ceremonies there comes the formality of electing speaker Ben Barnes to a second term. With no opposition in sight Only half a dozen laudatory nominating speeches stand Between Barnes and the sessions duties. Only Young men 35 years of age or younger Are eligible for the award. The Winner will be chosen on the basis of achievements leadership and service to the Community during the Calendar year just ended. In error Tiger says $70 million a year local option sales tax to ease their Many Money angles. Members sworn in the rookies include the first negro House members for the 20th Century preliminaries of the session Curtis Graves Houston and begin at mid morning tues Joseph e. Lockridge Dallas Day when senators meet in a both democrats closed door caucus to Iron out there will be two other re organizational details they will publican House members to announce later in open session join rep. Frank Cahoon mid sen. William n. Bill Pat land who was the lonesome Nam 38, Ganado who came to gop minority throughout tile the Senate in 1961, is sche 59th legislature. Both houses Are expected to hold business to Brief routine sessions with a Long weekend recess until the inauguration of Connally and Smith on tuesday. Jan. 17. One of the pre inauguration duties will be to canvass ballots from the nov. 8 election to be sure the two top state officials really got reelected. I although there will be Little legislative floor action there see Congress Page 4 5% per annul paid on savings at Bryan building and loan association. A adv. F. D. Albrittonjr. The agriculture department admitted an error in estimates of beef imports congressman Olin e. Teague said today. The congressman who had earlier challenged the departments estimates on which import restrictions can be based said the admission of error came in a reply to his request for a review of the figures. Teague had challenged the departments figures As a suspect a and alleged the department was giving first consideration to foreign beef producers at the expense of Domestic growers. Teague said he received a reply from Winn f. Finner the action director of agricultural economics. Quot the letter begins by noting that there was an error in the earlier estimates a Teague said. A a in a pleased that the experts Over there have found the error but i am not satisfied yet that they re interested in providing the consideration i for american producers which was intended by Teague said that the Law passed by the 89th Congress permits the Secretary to impose restrictions when its estimates of foreign beef Are at a certain level. He said the restriction level is based on a rather complicated formula which allots a percentage of the Market to foreign beef. Quot i intend to review the Law. I am considering legislation which will base import restrictions on a different system possibly pegged on parity in some Teague said that the agriculture department plans to make estimates soon of imports and Domestic production in 1967. A i Hope they Are a Little More realistic this time a Teague said. A i Hope they give a Little More consideration to the u. S. Rancher and Farmer who is getting considerably less than parity for his Teague said he plans a a realistic review of the Taw a imposing import restrictions which As it turns out Arentt restrictions at a we were intimidated by a veto threat by the department of Teague complained. A instead of restrictions. As Congress intended the import restriction Bill has in effect provided a guaranteed u. S. Market for foreign Teague said that the Market conditions caused in part by the foreign imports is threatening a Basic Industry which in the Long run would be disruptive to the Economy. Quot the imports Are sold to the american Public on the basis of Price Structure and cheaper beef a Teague said. A it does no to take a very smart person to see that the producer Isnit the cause of higher food prices. The beef producer for instance Isnit getting parity for his products and Hasni to in Many years. He just in t getting a fair return on his investment and his As the year 1966 closed the see agriculture Page 4 the Rev. Edward Pounder of Bryan a North View Baptist Church officiating. Burial will be in the Gause cemetery in Robertson county. Survivors include miss plan nth a parents or. And mrs. Oscar Plantt of 206 Fidelity St. In College station one sister Rebecca Plantt of College station the paternal grandmother i s. Katie Lee Plantt of Bryan and the maternal see death. Page 4 two Are dead Iii collision Zavalla Tex. Up a two persons died and three others were gravely injured saturday in a head on car truck collision on a rain and sleet swept Highway near Zavalla. Dead in the u. S. 69 collision were h. Hunt. 52, and his wife. Carne Lee Hunt 46. Of the Brooklyn Community in South Texas. The three injured included Carl Wayne Hunt 5, son of the dead couple mrs. Bessie phone 52, of Brooklyn and Caroline Griffin 19, of Jasper. Full service banking plus 5% on savings certificates. First Bank amp station interchange expected Complete in april the half Clover Leaf Structure at farm to Market roads 2154 and 60 which removes the infamous Hump Over the Railroad tracks will Eagle photo by Gene Dennis

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