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23 Jan 1961

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23 Jan 1961

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Bryan Daily Eagle (Newspaper) - January 23, 1961, Bryan, Texas In Mem Minimh scoop o Bryan says Mars Phi i now denounce you Man and these might have been the words used by a Bryan patrolman recently when he dissolved a two months a a marriage. The negro couple involved indicted that they wished to end the arrangements they had made so the policeman a a divorced them telling them to take their own belongings and go their separate paths. A pay poll tax a we understand there s a Chance that another skating rink will be opened in Bryan if interested persons can secure a site. A pay Pou tax a to is hoped that from 400 to 500 youths will attend the fifth annual convention of the Cath olice youth of the Austin diocese Friday through sunday on the Campus of Texas a amp a. This years convention is being hosted by the Catholic youth organizations of St. Anthonys and St. Josephus parishes. More on this later in the week. A pay Pou tax a appearing in the january Issue of the Coop review which credited the Southwest electrical Magazine was the following yes the United states is in Bari shape. Yes the United states is in bad shape worse off than any other country in the world in some respects. No other country is suffering from political and economic trouble because of a surplus of food. No other country has so much traffic congestion because so Many people own automobiles. In no other country does everyone make so much Money. In no other country do people take so Many holidays and work so few hours so they will have time to spend the Money that keeps piling up on them. In no other country is obesity caused by plenty of everything and High living one of the chief medical problems. Yes its a pretty sad situation. A pay Pou tax a with the profs l b Hardeman associate professor Industrial education department. Texas a amp m College served As consultant to the West Texas Industrial arts clinic held recently at Snyder professor Hardeman gave lectures and demonstrations on modern applications in the foundry or. Lawrence s. Dillon associate professor in the Texas a amp a College biology department. Was a member of a team which recently evaluated t h e teacher education program of pan american College at dem Burg in the lower Rio Grande Valley. The six Man team w hich spent four Days at the College was sponsored by the Texas education Agency. Or. Dillon a duty was to evaluate the Library several subject matter Fields in science staff qualifications and the teaching Load. A pay poll tax a pvt Jesse d. Massey sumo is in Basic training at san Diego Calif Ile is the son of mrs. Molly Massey of Bryan. A recent enlisted he is a former resident of Caldwell. A pay Pou tax a the upper room a these Are they which Are sown on Good ground such As hear the us Orri and receive it. And bring Forth fruit some thirty fold some sixty and some an Hundred. Mark 4 20. Prayer our father we thank thee for the teaching of Jesus Given As the Way of life and for the presence of the holy spirit As guide. Give us strength and Grace to serve thee this Day that we1 May Bear fruit for thee help us in All our efforts to become More mature christians. In his name we Pray. Amen. Heather Bryan College station a noon temperature Here w As 61, with sunshiny Clear weather according to the Faa station at easter Wood Airport. Faa reported a High yesterday of 56, followed by an Early morning Low this morning of 38. Fed reported an Early morning Low of 42. With a High yesterday of 55. South Central Texas Phi t in Cloudy to Cloudy thru tuesday. Scattered Light rain in South tuesday. Mild this afternoon and tuesday locally cooler in North tonight. Low tonight 35 to 45 in North 45 to 55 in South. High tuesday 58 to 68. For fast convenient banking service use the drive in windows at City National Bank. A adv circulation guaranteed and audited the Bryan daily Eagle serving Bryan College station and the Brazos Valley since 1876 �?�5 year vol. 85 a no. 174 a Nia my to air Troi Bryan College station Texas. Monday january 23, 1961 8 pages Price 9 cents Harbor strike settled Railroad tie up ends new labor Secretary lends hand it a Ary a or a urn Barrier fire seven on Saratoga Athens Greece a a a the u. S. Aircraft Carrier Saratoga put into nearby Pha Leron Bay today with seven dead and a Many injured after a fire at sea. The fire occurred in the Eastern Mediterranean where the big aircraft Carrier was on patrol with the u. S. 6th Fleet. Few details we Ere Avail of Able immediately Width of 253 feet. With a full Navy officers in Naples Load it it it weighs 76,000 tons. The wife of mayor injured shown directing traffic alter a collision sunday near la am at Coulter and East 31st is sergeant e. A. Johnson. Injured was mrs. O. B. Donaho wife of Bryan s mayor who is reported in fair condition today at by an Hospital. She reportedly had no broken Bones or serious injuries and her son John Calvin la was taken to the Hospital hut dismissed after examination. The Donaho 1960 Opal station Wagon had $900 damages and a 1960 Ford driven by Thomas d. Chance jr., of 1910 Echols had $500 damages. Police Are still investigating and no report was available on details of the Accident. Eagle photo by Gene Dennis. U s. Navy officers in Italy said the fire was believed to have occurred this morning. Reports received Hen did not make Clear the eau of the fire or where it occurred the u. S embassy Here promised a statement later. The american naval attache said he was awaiting a report from the Saratoga. The Saratoga which will be 4 years old in april normally carries about 3.800 officers and men. She is one of the Navy a Forrestal class the worlds largest aircraft carriers. The vessel is 1.046 feet Long with an angled flight deck and a wreck near Navasota kills Houston woman of u. S. Kennedy reviews Security Navasota a two car collision near Navasota sunday night killed a 76-y<ar-od Houston woman and injured her daughter dead was mrs. A. L. Vestal and in serious condition in Brazos Valley Hospital is mis. G c Hardison 45, also of Houston. Mrs. Hardison s husband was held in the Hospital j for observation. The Trio was returning froma funeral at Normangee at the time of the Accident. The Accident occurred about 5 pm at the intersection of state Highway 90 and farm Road 158 about five Miles East of Navasota when the Sedan driven by g. C Hardison 43, was struck broadside by an automobile driven by David Otis Watson 20. Of Jonesboro Watson a student at Sam Houston state College in Hunts Daniel payroll tax or opposed by Union Austin a Quot a the Texas Al Cio executive Board was on record today As opposing gov. Price Daniels payroll tax. However the Board at a Spe Bryan polite Nab three in burglary three men were arrested by Bryan police Early sunday morning As they were burglar izing the Schlitz warehouse Here. Arrested were Samuel sustain of 808 Boulevard Street Paul Rodriguez cd 706 Commerce Street and Noel Mon no. Of 501 West 15th Street. All Are from Bryan. A patrolman on routine building Check found the Northwest sliding door pried open at the Bottom with a tire tool beside the door along w Ith three cases of Beer. Two men were spotted running West from the building and other patrol units were called for assistance. Upon entering the building patrolmen found Sustaita and Rodriguez hiding under trucks in the warehouse and arrested them. Moreno was arrested in the 1600 Block of Palasota drive shortly afterwards driving a 1954 Chevrolet belonging to Sustaita. He had been observed circling the warehouse area and police through his actions connected his presence with the burglary. The burglary was discovered around 1 15 am and All arrests were made by i 45 am sunday morning. Charges were filed in Justice of the peace la l. Shug grahams court. Cial meeting saturday gave its approval to Daniel s demands that the $63 million deficit be handled immediately and separate from 1962-63 Money needs. Daniel asked the legislature la t week to take care of the deficit by a 12 months 3 per cent natural Gas production tax a revision of state franchise tax Laws a change in the method of financing farm to Market Road construction and adoption of an effective abandoned property Law. A at the same time while supporting these temporary tax proposals we again state the firm support of to it was labor for progressive and realistic taxes based on ability to pay a graduated personal income tax and corporation profits the statement said a we oppose the proposed payroll tax in its present form As a regressive tax in that it i it levied at the same Flat rate on those of Small income and those of Large income without regard to the number of dependents and other expenses of the the statement added that the Al Cio Board believes both Daniel s and the legislative budget Board s recommendations for 1962-1963 spending a Are far below actual needs. A during elections years there is always a lot of talk by candidates about fulfilling state responsibilities but these budget proposals come nowhere near making Good on such promises a the statement said. The Board asked for a full $800 a year pay raise for Public school teachers instead of the $600 asked by Daniel and the $400 recommended by the budget Board. The Board also recommended legislative adoption of a an effective Industrial safety Ville was not Hurt. Mrs. Hardison reportedly sustained a broken leg and a possible broken hip. A Palestine ? two Young persons were killed in a head on car crash during a heavy fog about 7 30 am on state Highway 155 about to Miles North of Here today. Three others were Hurt. The victims were miss Judy the Pamela Carr 18, a student at Tyler Junior College from Dallas and Robert Elwin Collins 19. Of Frankston about 20 Miles North of Palestine. William Robert Dennis 19, of Palestine who was driving one car was in serious condition with a broken leg broken jaw and other injuries. Two other i Palestine passengers in his car Alton l. Smith and a. D. Live i by. Were injured slightly. Highway patrolman Henry Riza said the crash occurred j when Collins who was driving alone pulled out to pass a j truck during a dense fog. Of movies is upheld the a Wabbington a the supreme court today upheld censorship of motion pictures be fore their Public showing. Justice Clark delivered 1 courts 5-4 decision. I the tribunal acted on an peal by times film corp., Dis j Tribu tors of a movie called a Don i the firm refused to sub Mit the picture to Chicago a j censors and the City then refused a permit for its exhibition. In today a High court decision chief Justice Warren and Justice Douglas wrote dissenting opinions. Also dissenting were justices Black and Brennan. Conventional Eha and title i mortgage amp title co. For Eha Loans at Bryan building and i a conventional farm Loans loan association. A adv i to 2-3719"�?806 e. 26th.�? adv loan company new business in Community southwestern invest in e n t company opened in Bryan today at 423 s. Main Street. The organization with Headquarters in Amarillo handles All types of instalment financing including personal Auto and appliance Loans. The company operate in 48 cities in Texas new Mexico Arizona and California. Local manager is Bob Goodson. His j staff includes Dick Curtis and a miss Caroline Fowler. All Carne Here from san Antonio. Open House is being observed by the company throughout the week. Saratoga was launched oct. 8, 1955, and completed april 14, 1956. The Cost is listed by june a fighting ships authoritative naval reference work As $182 million. Washington us a presid it Kennedy and his new administrations top defense and diplomatic officials today started a far reaching review of the National Security program seeking a safeguarded peace with the communist bloc Kennedy began talks with key aides at mid morning and arranged to resume the discussions after a recess for lunch. Sitting in with the president at the conference in the Cabinet room at the White House were Secretary of stated an Rusk and Secretary of defense Robert s. Mcnamara. Al o on hand were Mcgeorge Bundy Kennedy s personal aide on National Security matters under Secretary of state to be Chester Bowles and Paul Nitze assistant Secretary of state in charge of International affairs including disarmament planning. Also present was Gen. Lyman l. Lemnitzer chairman of the joint chiefs of staff. Earl rudder will testify in land trial Earl rudder president of Texas a amp a College and former state land commissioner is one of several former state officials expected to testify in the second trial of b. R. Sheffield 54, of Brady on charges stemming from veterans land scandals in the 1950s. Others expected to testify include former gov. Allan Shiv-1 is former atty. Gen. John a n Sheppard and another former land commissioner Bill Allcorn. The trial is being held in Hillsboro. Sheffield a real estate operator is charged specifically with forgery and passing forged instruments. He was convicted and sentenced to to years in prison after a 1956 trial in Lubbock but won a reversal on an Appeal contending the indictment naming him was defective a grand jury then returned another indictment. Former land commissioner Bascom Giles served a prison term on other charge. Growing out of irregularities in the Texas land program for War veterans. Giles was succeeded As commissioner by rudder Allcorn. Altogether the defense called 146 witnesses and state has summoned 24. Sheffield a trial was docketed for last october but the defense a ked a postponement because Roby Sheffield a Nephew of the defendant had suffered a heart attack and could not testify. Land and has the Judy Perkins Judy Perkins in state band Judy Perkins senior student at Stephen f. Austin High school has won a place in the a state band for the second straight year according to Bronco band director c. B. Mcgown. She is the daughter of or. And mrs. M. G. Perkins of 601 Woodson drive. She has played Bass clarinet five years and has also studied piano and voice. The All state band is composed of the Best High school musicians of the state. Miss Perkin h i won first chair in the District band for three years first chair in the regional for two years and second chair in the regional band her Sopho More year. Last year she played second their in the All state concert band. Royal visit Tehran Iran a the iranian Royal court announced to Day that Britain s Queen Eliza Beth and Prince Philip will visit Iran March 2-6. New York m a a two week old Harbor strike that had caused a paralysing Railroad tie up throughout much of the East was ended today by tentative agreement on a new work pact. Mediators including president Kennedy new Secretary of labor Arthur j. Goldberg met in a Marathon 14-hour session that ended with the announcement of a settlement at 6 18 am. The strike of Railroad tug and ferry boat workers against la railroads that operate in new York Harbor had crippled the City s commuter transportation forcing 100,000 persons to look for other Means of getting to and from work. The walkout of the 664 workers in three Marine unions on Jan. To had also virtually shut Down the new York Central and the new Haven railroads. Both roads said they hoped to get Back into operation by tuesday morning. The unions have called a ratification meeting for later in the Day at the seafarers International Union Headquarters in Brooklyn. Both sides were expected to Okay the pact. Both mayor Robert f. Wagner and gov. Nelson Rockefeller who had invited Goldberg to attend the sessions praised the new labor Secretary for his contribution to the settlement. Goldberg flew to new York less than 24 hours after he had been sworn into Kennedy Cabinet. The key to the settlement was an agreement to postpone the Touchy Issue of Job Security. The unions had asked to have present five Man tug Crews remain Frozen. But operators wanted any new contract to state that management had the right to decide the numer of men needed both sides finally agreed to defer any decision until next december when a White House study on Railroad Manning problems is completed. The striking Marine unions besides the seafarers were Marine engineers beneficial association and the International organization of masters mates and Pilous. After seafarer pickets showed up at the big Union terminal in Cleveland. Ohio sunday the Central a the nation s largest practically shut Down its Western division. Its Eastern division had been hit last week. The Idle train Crews were not directly involved in the dispute but they refused to Cross Marine picket lines. Poll tax Mark nears i thousand Brazos county poll tax payment and exemptions hit 3,830 monday morning following a weekends work by the Bryan Junior chamber of Commerce. Tax assessor collector Ray Ond Buchanan said poll tax Mark was 1,770 and exemptions 1.560. It was estimated that the Jaycees issued about 500 receipts. J deadline for poll tax payment and securing of exemptions is Jan. 31. Elections coming up for certain Are for . Senator and for election of City officials in Bryan and College station j payments May be made at the office of the tax assessor col Leetor or from several Booths set up by the local Jaycees. Booths we ill be in operation at All Banks in Bryan College station from now until the deadline. Also Booths will be staffed at Otis Walton grocery Gray Brothers grocery. Poll taxes May also be paid saturday at Millers. Orris Safeway and Weingarten super markets. Deadline near a Arnold r. Dit furl of 1600 Beck pays his poll lax to mrs. Charles Lanicek. Jaycee wife at a Booth sponsored by the Bryan Junior chamber of Commerce. Looking on is Charles Curik store manager of j. We Garien s inc., where the Booth was set up Over the weekend. Deadline for paying poll tax or securing exemptions is Jan. 31, a week from tomorrow. Eagle photo by Jack e. Mooney. Jap quake Tokyo r a Light Earth quake rocked Northern Japan and hokkaido monday. There were no reports of damage or casual u is

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