The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 58, No. 72, Ed. 1 Monday, March 27, 1961 Page: 8 of 12
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MONDAY, MARCH 27,1W1
People Drop To Knees and Pray
As Tornado Rips Cafe in Italy
itore-w. LM o u( ofl. w.
In « fof« ol ifllly
with a *«ei9n e'Mr
I thing I knew things
| flying around
tn Ctntrot T «o>
ptfMpI SunUov ntghl wh«n th« twl'dlng
«WI Wn apart by a tornado. H r« ht and' just a few seconds after I
MtcrlbM wttot nopo«n d,
SEATO Will Fight L , ^ ^ F05t ..
It's Costing More and More To Become Sick
A rash of breakins over thp
. „ Weekend were, being investigated;
I jot up and talked to the door lodav bv> Orange police,, accord- v. .
•J "" ■ *■"" — J- * ' "to Police Chief Kenneth, 8' Meenn
Force With Force
stood up % huge piece of the ceil ! Green
ing fell on the stool I'd Keen*sit- Seven breakins were noted, in-
ting on. Everyone in the cafe eluding five burglaries of coin-op-
started prating,, children and prated soft drink machines, ac-
BANGKOK. Thailand- (AP) — meet force with force if neces
under the threat ofsary.
armed Communist takeover in
report from Moscow
By W. LEE COULSTON
A* Told to The Associated Press
gtf&Jon hU kie« and'prayed' ^ cordin* ,0 r^. 'An undeter-
. „M screamed, but most of
By SAM DAWSON , index has made th* fastest growth use are such disposable devices as
AP Business News Analyst (in the last decade. Medical carclsurgical masks, „ gloves, gowns,
NEW- YORK (AP) — It costs! costs are now put 91 159.4 V"' drapes, basins and bedpan?,. ,,
more all the time to be sick. Thejcent of the 1947-43 average, tor a[ Latex foam has made a big in-
U M for trying to keep! gain of 4.7 per cent in 12 months ! road on the hospitaj and nursing
steadijv highsr'j The nation's hpspitals collect; home market in the form, of mat-
.. /nation's bill
,hat well also
as a tornado ripped the root on| K t.m- mined amm.nt of change was tak-
thm Kt.il/4ino anH «pnf and <ey JU8t Pf«y*d. fn frolm the machines.
thmB^saihn^^ the air wind npped the roof off thf> The YMGA at 2007 West Park
A man wa*s theVe w.th his chil37vinTt ?& the >r ?d Dave'S Gr0CeIy' 1501 fi'h
dren.I th.nk he was a preacher Th trha^verlXne ' ' i/'*? ^
hocause Hp W d the nravine —dishes, chairs, just everything weekend, Broken bottles, cards
all prayed out loud. Some of us *'nd blew l,ke- that ,or 10. nd other items wf-re scattered
were under the table on <>ur knees.; ,tnnnw) „„„ "e"^.the drink 7ac.hln'u !n ,h3
We prayed for 10 minute.s-a.v ^"'' ''PPP** "ne"f 'YMCA. reports indicate HoVeveK
irv'bjk:r'do w" ""m >■««" pr M
* None - «'•«. hr ,
it. was )Ust a miracle u j ,|«ht in toVfc,n
I was just sitting at the Counter A man ,c.ame in the cafe lust p|ptp invehtorv will be necessar\'
at this cafe on Highway 77 on f, ,(h ' d gtoDDed Hp-d lK>en P'« .'memory win oe necessarj
the outskirts of Italy and the firs, d e r C'converS"
parked in froht of the.cafe. He;Chineg were burglarized
said he found a two-by-four beam. Carpenter Humble Service S'a-
rby Laos, foreign ministers of the Soviet Union had-aoDroved the r , 0 S«es steadijv highs-r.1 The nation's hpspitala coJlecti home market in the form, of mat
Southeast Asia Treatv Organ- Western' proposal for a eeasefirp ;ater'.nK to ,he hef|l,h market tsi more eaoh year from an increas- tresses and sheets or pads for spj
-a.,i_.. „ " rr>i,\\i tn m I ot\rf* 1^.^.4_ j & last ^rowinil. robust but ever! ini tnfal of oatipntc The hncmtalc nal o;ilirnt ram
izalion"Wdav appeared ready to'fn Laos ^eTectrTfled" the SEATO f®8^ growing, robust but everi ing total of patients. The hospitals! cial. patient care.
* . But n c' Serretnrv nf chanS'ng industry. j also spend more each year on The Latex Foam Kuooer .oun-
I State Dean Rusk Va„tin« /i a„.! , demand morfe medical supplies and, for the lalest equip- cij also reports this product in use
"^P1'3' care—;j nd pay for it. ment which modern medicine and!'for stretcher pads, respirator, pro-.
a window by, breaking out the
i glass. Reports indicate
iventory will be
to determine the goods taken.
\ - .
LONDON (AP) - Paul Getty
conference. But U.S. Secretary of
Rusk (Tautioned an- „„„ n,,v„H
added"'"Anv teni°ff^n'ki'°rd' Thi* seSmf,nt of the cost of livin
aaaed, Any reply will have to be
examined carefully before it can!
Rusk apparenHy-spoke for most
of the eight-nation alliailce when
ne told the opening session of the
| SEATO Council of Foreign Mi'n-I
isters that "peace is possible;
only through, restraining those'
who break it in contempt of law,'-*'
Five persons appeared
surgery increasingly demands, • I tection, arm boards and posturing
Sales of health needs plus has-[devices. For nursing care of pa-
pital supplies are' now estimated! tients with limited-* grasp latex
at $30 billion a year, Of this (lie foam ,sheeting one-half to one in<-h
nation;s 7,000 hospitals rhemselvf'-si thick is wrapped around eatins
spend' about' one-third. lliTenstts^ toothbrushes, comb's,"
That's the market for which a pens and pencils..
growing number of companies ar-ej American Seating Co., now ex- '
competing, bolstered by medicali panding tnto hospital room furni-
research which comes up with ture,. expects this market to be-
one of" the - world's richest and threat to both Laos and^Soufh^• bef°re County Judge Sid J. Can-
most prudent men. said today he Viet Nam and remin^ed tTe m,n- er being /h^ed Through0^ "of-
tas '"I V'edt: 8, Pu V ,elePhone in 'S'ers that the alliance has an>fice of Asst Dist Atty Rov W^n-
Coin-operated soft drink ma- his _stately English mansion obligation "to a<sist the peoples gate - •
driven through the ton of his car.| tion a, 417 St pevetb Sjn
None of us heard'the tornado-- c|ajr service Station at Border
all we heai-d was the hard 1 and Polk streets, Slater Pontiac, telephone
coming down and the wind and j„r at .100 Green Ave., Simmons world
the raip. Then all of a sudden it| Drive Washateria at 1423 N. Sim-I When y6u speak to them about
(Continued from Page 1)
Hyles, 36, both of Italy, spotted
the twister and scampered for a
"We watched the funnel 'ap !
proaching and then we tried 'to]
close the cellar door but we;
couldn't because the rain and the j
wind and the haii were too strong.j
So we ducked into the cellar as;
the funnel passed over us." theyj
Lawson said a tree three feet
in.dia.meter was jerked from the! a
ground by the twister and^ "it patateT'was'^ym^ to 'ohio today! (Continued from Page h)
a hole so b'g you could bury t0 gjve medical science a lift. i people of Laos will meet counter/
' | Dr. Walker Porter, Temple vef-jing force."
a drive-in ice 'cream- erinari*n, said the small brown| T|ie. article also gave a preview
People are funn.v about tele- of Southeasty^sia
phones," said the American multi- for their freedom
guests" and make.
jjfanization and ths
Southeast- Asia that
— , "w'/inwra. .uorneti ko.. vidor.
They II come as Speaking for my country," the plea of innocent to cha
Take, long-distance Amet^can continued, "L wish to, rying a concealed w
s aH over the: asstfre ..the members of this .or-1 $500 bond was requir
To Be Used
TEMPLE, Tex. (AP) - Albert,
dachshund pup .with a cleft!
mons Drive; and a snack barjit, they look surprised and sdv: -Stjates will jive
near Levingston Shipbuilding Co. j "I spoke 30 minutes? Whyf it's sponsibilities."
Chief Green said investigations, impossible. It couldn't t|itVe been
were made in each instance and more than three minutes." j
fingerprints taken where possible. . Getty said that guests are not-
Further investigations are under the main problem; however, , |
way, he said. — "I've got some splendid serv.i
ants mow," he explained, "but in;
the past, well, er, some of them'
i were caJHng up relatives in :Scot-; cussed
fight Albert Horace Ruff, 31, of 10S2
Cornell Rd,. Vidor, entered a
charge of car-
peoples of! trial during next term of court,
the United Ruff had been arrested yesterday
' those re-jin Vidpr by Constable C. F. 'Tins-j
Chester Hrilljs- Smith. 33, j
charged with first offense, driving •
while intoxicated, entered an' in I
tbdavjnew devices and new melhods
. Example: American Hospital
S.upplv Corporation in two years
has captured a large part of .Ji-1
hypodermic needle market with
a disposable plastic one. Exarji-
pie: American Qyanamid reports
large sales of a packaged,
threaded needle and suture.
At West Oranqe
era ted by f he patient;
Remington Rand estimates its
medical instrymenfatKin sales wi
, < _* - . ■ ■ ; •« Mi™,, Salinger 87 about three miles south of Or
: land and talking and. talking. That ; reported, most of the. conference j anga Friday by Highway Patroj-
aH'' Went on my bill:'.' dealt with the Laotian crisis man .1. C. Lambert. He will be
Mrs. Al Chatiosh, "FU 6-2050
WEST ORANGF. (Spl) — A
nocent piea and bond of $500 was tacky costume contest will high- double by 19G5,/Dictograph Prod-
requred. Smith, who gave his ad-1 light an Easter party scheduled! UCts sees a rise of 150 per cent
dress as 3714 W. Ridgemont Avs.J for Calvary Baptist Church pri-j for j n t e i n a I communications
Orange, was arrested on Highway mary members Tuesday from 4 j equipment/sales to hospitals
car in it.
to 6 p.m.. at ,the chusch. prizes! doctors ,witlnn four years JVJj-nrtr"-
wiII be awarded the most ap-j apolis-HoneyweJl couots^oh- a r'ive-
..aotian crisis. man j. u. Lambert. He will be j propriately dressed boy and girl i fold/ihcrease in "its. medical instru
.peaking in his slow Oklahoma1 Gromyko said he had' expressed-: tried^next teem.of court. • land there will be an e.ng Hunt,j mentation sales-bv the middle of
President "certain consid-l A P'Pa innocent also was en- Mrs. Elvin Deason, leader said, the decade.
a by Vernon Earl Chaney. 'H.| The monthly business" meeting;}' Many "hospitals are instajling i:v
rawl, h^ added: "And , then I to the
there's the question of workmen, terations" of Soviet Premier Nikir'a tpre
uf Uaha a in ,v f a* ! irt _ij'i . .. ' r
We have, a lot of them fit^Sutton i Khrushchev and the
of P. O. Box 285, Vidor. Chanev/i of the Calvar
^...v'ary Baptist Homemik-ldtvidual intercoms to. 1ft a p<itient
ahop: and cars along Highway 77! do"e"irone"ofonVv three"canin-*!of "whaT the" SovfeA"'are"Itfeeiv'ro Place" a|w .V* ^lljng rel- in Moscow on - the" crisis." He" did charged with DWI. first, was ar- ers' Class will be Tuesday at/:30j talk directly to a nursing station,
were heavUy damaged T de-1 found ?cross "he cl^ntrj Tith'dmand «t an^ in ernational co " at,v*s and friend5 in ^ndon." ;not spell out those.considerations i "sted Friday by Highway Patrol- p.m. at the church. (Many are turning to methods of
.atroyed. Tlfe downtown district! such a physScaPdefect - common-; ference on Laos. It restated in? . Sutton PUce. south Of London,] Gromyko said he did not bring'™ ";.R- Bl^k n.J.hr Interstate Preschool children at .the CaL; using grouping patient care under
was hardest hit Some homes were Iv known as a hair lio Soviet nosition that" Princ® Sou- 1S one nf England* most beauti- any written message for "the Pres- -I 10 service road at Vidor. vary Church wilt' be entertained; one nurse.
torn up others Sly dam.$! V Owne? Milam Hili%f Temple! Snna 'Kma ffids The ft, ;ful homes Getty is said to haye'ident. His reply "to a question l ub"1 P;te. Bourgeots of .1007 at an E^^hunt Wednesday « one New York hospital J
A billboard ripped from its took Albert, three weeks old and; government of/Laos and thatifa,d h°u' «.« million to buy it about a message clearly indicated ™ St. Houston charged with, at 10:30 a m. immed^tely follow- - nurse can chKk the
'ashed on the. rail-: weighing only"'seven pounds, to Western backed Premier Bouni'r?"J 'he Duke of Sutherland. he had given Kennedy an oral , ■ j ^ llc^nsp suspended^ing' the regular WML meeting. J"res, heart • ... . P •
A call to London costs one and messase from KhriKhVhov - pleaded guilty and was fined $2*fMrs. .toe Tyler/ president, ..will tions of 1/ patients without leav
wooden posts crashed on the. rail- weighing only" seven pfiiinds, to'western
road track near the highway, halt-! the veterinarian because the pup Oum is leading a revolt "in-1 , — --- -7-,---— - - 1 —™nuantucv, - , - ,, , , , -1 , ,, i • ■ i. . „
ing a passenger train. Crewmen'had trouble eating. spired frorh abroad." against the ~°ne ?.h,1j|n*' ,hrep Pence—; -Gromyko reported that he had' „,!£!' '|C°m J u n 8 u" ./'Tn H^lth and medical cad-ets are
pulled the lumber aside. 1 Porter said he recalled reading) lecal eovernmenf* 18 cents—said Getty, and when 'touched on'' the issue of a cease- Satuiday. ^ Mrs. Molly Boswell entered Or Health and medical gad et.
pmm. ne nimner aa.ar, , rter said he reao.ng legal Thaj,and ^ you get some fellow talking for} fire'in Laos during J,is talk with:'s-^ing for .Toejang.e Memorial Hospital Sunday quite an industry-and costly
reading: legal gpv
Two tornadoes hit homes in the, in a medical journal that Mercy! H
Mount Pleasant area in Northeast 1 Hospital in Toledo^ Ohio, was -do-1 be used as a base to supply' Bonn! or 15.minutes, .well, it a|l adds>Kennedy but "I have nothing
Texas and injured eigk persons.! ing research on dogs with hirthjQtnn'a. 'forces, -that American mil-iuP* So, I've installed a coin-box , sa^ on that at this moment
two seriously. City Police Sgt. defects and hoped tq..apply itsuitary advisers leave l-aos at onCe telephone," * | 'The President and I.
Phil-JPreddy reported." ♦. „ [ findings to human beings ■ -land" that the international confer- .. •
Those taken to the Titus County :. At the veterinarian's request. Hill! ence "help restore peace in Laos!
Memorial Hospital were Mr. and, agreed to give Albert to -theion a basis that would be accept
?d Hughes of Mount Toledo hosDital. The
Chilton Hennigait, 39, of General; for treatment. Bernard Adams
lughes of Mount j Toledo hospital, fhey arranged able
their children Ron-1 for the pup to travel/Aboard a the
Bie. Patsy and Roger; David commercial airliner.
Wayne, 4, of Mount Pleasant, and
Ludie and Susan Taylor, teenag-
er* of Cooksville, near Mount |
About two hours after the storm!
hit Italy, it slammed next into;
Texarkana in the northeast corner!
of Texas and roared out of stats the Orange
No injuries were reported initroL District, attended a state! china.
Texarkana but the downtown dis ! mosquito association meeting in months
trict suffered heavy damage Galveston Saturday.
to the lawful government,!
national • patriotic forces!
State Meet Held
(meaning the pro
Pathet Lao rebels), and other'po-j
litical forces of l-aos.", . °
The 14-nation conference to con-|
sider the Laotian situation was
first proposed ,by Prince Norodom
Sihanouk, the Cambodian chief of!
Delivery, Fields, - La., who " Was; was hospitalized Friday after suf-
Gromv ! c^ar£e" w'th DWI, -first. He was j fering,4 heart attack.
ko said "had'a verv interestin >^|i£''s,ed Saturday by- Highway j Victims of measles this week n-
and useful conversation NaturaUv'patro,man shirley Swift on. High-[elude Calvin A. Dickey Jr.. David
the question of Laos waa-ttuched wat 87 Sf>u,h of 0ran8e in front Wynne Hunt Jr. and Dwight
upon Brown Airport
'The President .and I, at the end
of our conversation, expressed the
hope that a possibility v/ill he;
found to settle the controversy in
manner to provide for th*& n?u-j
trality of Laos. , , | Would-be gasoline tlrfeves were
Summing up, Gromyko said: •; responsible for a run/fiv members
It would.be good if both our.;0f the West Orange. Volunteer Fire
Blamed for Run
Bobby Biggs has returned from
Wax,ahachie. where he attended a
L2-w'eek telephone crossbar scHooi.
Sightseeing near Dam B, Spur
Agreed judgments were ri*ach«d
ir. two cases on docket for call to-.
J. G. <Gi|s) Foyle, director of: state. - and quickly endorsed bv c,lvil War Centennial' Commission; countries acted in that direction."'.Department vesterdav to Brown-
'County Mosquito Con-'; the Soviet Union and Communist; Plan;*, (0 moye its Ap-rtl 11-12 as-; Other questions of common in- wood Addition ,
t J . — A — 4 — . - .... _ cn rVI k N f ' tk A r'lt « >■ I Ant C P 1 • L. .. t t . . J f .« ' . _ . J I '/ >
i ference because
States for]semhly t$r''fhe Charleston. S.C., terest to the United States and].
such a con-jnaygHft^tion to avoid racial bar-iths Soviet Union a.Lso. were\di5-L
4t -would oive riefs in the city proper. cussed during the meeting, in'the'
Roofs aailed off some buildings. Foyle, who is publicity chair-1 Communist China an official r,ole| The change in plans was in com
Into the streets and plate glissiman for the Te,xai Mosquito -Con- jn- Southeast Asian affairs^but fi-!pliance with President Kennedv's
windows collapsed. jtrol Association, •iaid* six chair-! nalv 'bowed to pressure from the; antidiscrimination policies, said
Earlier in the evening a twister;men of various committees firmed British and the worsening mili-jtKe commission chairman, Maj.
hit near Burlesrm, between Fort .up plans for the 18t« annual meet. | tary situation of the Boun OumjGen. .U.S. Grant III (ret ).
Worth and Cleburne, and didiing of the Texas Mosquito Con-'forces in Laos. ! Kenedy had written the. com-
heavy damage to the Wilburn trol Association. Y , | Prince Norodom proposed that
Dickeraon dairy-farm, Deborah: Date for the annual meet is the conference include the nine
Love, 2. suffered a cut face at March 5-7, 1962 Itlwill .be held nations that attended the 1954.G^-
Firemen were called about
m - to burn about 15 gallons of j
, ... gasoline which had emptied into
Presidents oval office, Gromyko|8 ditch in overflow from a
ger and Silsbee Saturday werejdav in 128th District Court and
Mr. and Mrs, J. .D iRitier and:were identified as a workman's
children. Linda. John and Alan,(compensation suit' and a damage
and Ritter's mother, Mrs. Edfthlsnit.
Rjtter. j A iurv was selected before Dist.
Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.(Judge Homer E. Stephenson for
H. D. Tucker fncluded Mr. and 'trial of a third case:
Mrs.! The cases settled.out of court
He dul not specify what tho«c,!!n2er ? a"tom<\h,l; tank. Thieves; from St. Mary s Hospital in Pi
Iditional ouestiPons were h?d nnt return,pd for 'hevr c^rhe, Arthur where he underwent-
«™i,« 'after apparently starting siphon- tonsi„6ctnmy.
the Dickeraon home.
" Another funnel damaged a hos-
pital and two lumber yards at
Crockett in Southeast Texas, in-
juring an unidentified man
Twisters dipping down in the
Northeast Texas towns of Como
and Pickton damaged several
homes and swept a car driven
h^ W. E. Harris off the highway.
in the Buccaneer He
was not hurt.
neva Conference that ended the
(war in Indochina, the three coun-
tries which served as an armi-
stice control commission for Laos,
and two other neighbors of Laos.
These nations were Britain, th?
Soviet Union, Communist China,
Appointment of an equalizaf-on1 TZ'
board is among items on the!th^^ ^„S' _es,^ Frmfce Cim^
Kennedy _ and Gromyko con in and ,eavj thejr contrapUon
ferred amid evidence that Russia/ .
To Plan Crusade
Mrs. W. C. Shepherd and
Rose Sledge of Timpson. j were styled R L. Nobles vs. Em-
Ricky Sandford.-; son of Mrs. ployers. Mutual Liabilitv lnsuranre
can|-Betty Sandford, has been" released Co. of Wisconsin, a suit to set
Port (aside an award, and N F. Mit-
a'cbam and wife vs. Harms Shell
[Co.- and others.
Mrs. Bobby Biggs and children; Joe H. Tonahill of Jasper renre-
and her brother. Joe Dean Tr>'on.isented Nohles and James W, Mp-
left late yesterday for a brief viS't haffy of Beaumont, the F.mplov-
with relatives in Oakwood. jrrs. Mutual Liabilitv Insurance Co.
Don Bray was here from, Austin;0f Wisconsin.
mission that it had an obligation!is hacking away from a military
to avoid racial discrimination jn showdown with the SEATO allies!
its activities. His letter followed]over l-805- \
the complaint of a .Mew Jersey' Gromyko had "-reported he was'
Negro Woman, planning tn attend bringing a message from Soviet|
tho assembly, that she had been Premier Khrushchev' to Kennedy,! The board of directors of the,;
denied a room indicated ahead of time that Orange County Chapter of the
- TTie state centennial commis-:''aos would he amphg the topics American Cancer Society will J
sions of New Jersey, New York discussed. ;meet today a.f 7:.10 pm. in the
California and* Illinois had with- , Bl" a few h,,u^s before .Gromy-'First National Bank; building.
drawn, mainlv for racial reasons, k(> marched into the President s Reports will be. heard from of-., • ■ ^ p Worfh (or thelV^hi
. the Communist party:ficers, and phases nf the •• •. •— ■ ■ ■ — innani
for an overnight visit
parents, Mr. and Mrs.
The damage case plaintiffs legal
counsel was thp firm of Stephen-
Carroll Bray. His brother, Mike, son g, Stephenson/Sexton A Owens
is ill at his home. represented th^ defendant
.Ms and Mrs. Thomas Ham-I a jury was selected for trial of
mers, accompanied by Mr, and ,f,e compensation suit stvled A, B.
Jerry Hammers and^ iffryjKeeh vs. Travelers Insurance Co-
agenda of the Orange "sch'^liCommunist North Viet fr„m the meeting m commerrtr,: nval office, the Communist party!ficers. and phases of the ^nual, ^k^d^e; visited the Thom^(;;—ta^
. . . h, ■Sf'SWs FC s"m" '"i^^ssrs^ss arsaarter jimms
, Still other tqrnadoes were sight-! jl"s'on tomorrow at 7.30 p.m. ,niter three were the control Comj In his announcement Grant P^r^ « settlement at the co*. land family. . ^ mont, are attorneys for the m-
Fort^fSS^fffii amear^ will in ! ~ members. !grandson of t^TvnTar ge^aL JiX^ld^ Ma" Returned Here
S"c . 'isrs'.ffiss-a-..~ .?.•<•!J'a: SJS'X"K' ' "'
and aeveral others in the Dallas
Wayne January, manager of
Street, site "of the"ne^ Wallace!"?'' Soviets and the Western al-
Elementary School: approval of }}ft9 expecto to lock . horli.
the addition of economic and immediately on which Lnat.an
Redbird Airport near Dalle's, said sociology subjects to' the high , *overniment will attend the con-
winds of more than .78 miles an school curriculum and approval of; terence.
lury , on two
hour inflicted $75,000 damage. At
leaat 23 planes were damaged.
Heavy rains, hail and strong
winds nit at huge sections of Jhf
state. Rains and hail accompa-
nied tornadoes in most places.
Streets in downtown Dallas^ran Pension program,
curb deep with water during the
torrential downpour. Fort Worth
also had drenching rain.
The tornadoes came on the
heels of Weather Bureau warn
participation in the Orange City
County Health Unit program.
Trustees also will discuss plans
for construction of a walkway at
Jones School and discuss next
steps in its proposed facility ex-
ings of violent weather with pos-
sible tornadoes across <;.jght Texas
counties along the Red River and
in an area extending into Okla-
said every effort will be made to . - . , „ i i
peace plan proposed by Britain!
last week might be acceptable,, j
The first step under that plan
would be a cease-fire,'
(segregation is practiced. Aboiit 200 a^,nl®tfrat'"n Orange County jail today al
«■** "« «" ««■• iSSSSi fn 8£ mU™ ea,Wr,"'!b«™"r«un!.(d ,rron>_(M rinlk.
gates from state commissions and
representatives of attending or-
ganization at the station where no
28-year-Old man indicted by;
Grand jury Meefs
To Study 21 Cases
Voting Is Light
At West Orange
Only three persons had voted
DALLAS (AP) — .6omestie pro-
| duction should fill any increase
in demand for ^liquid petroleum
| in this country; oil imports ad>
The Orange Scout District Com- ministrator Larry • O'Connor said
mittee will meet tomorrow at 7:30'Sunday.
p.m. at the Spencer Chemical Co. O'Connor, a former Houston res-
plant, according to Rov Ruther- ident. expressed this opinion in a
ford, Orange district scout execu- radio interview
Vidor Boy, 16
Back in Jail
A 16-year-old Vidor you,th,
ferred to. by some law enforce- grounds
The jury includes Hugh E. Wil-
kins, Homer G. Jones, Webb M.
Lindsey, Mrs, Alta Belle Smith,
Andrew. Boudreaux, • Mrs. C V.
The Orange County grand jury Long. James C. Avtes, Sidney A
counts of theft and forgery is in i was in session today for study of (Dunbar. D. R, Armstrong
after 21 causes. jVelle Webre, W. A. Ernst and
hrmicrht in (mm Miwmw joemn rcvumcu irum piuvwnia. ( Dist. Atty. James A. Morris saidJBernice Powell. v
brought m from Moscow _ Deputy Sherjff C1far,ie Burch the cases included 11 for burgla-
House five minutes before noon and Donald Linscomb returnediry. 3' for driving while intoxicated.P -Motor vehicle accidents during
!(«. « . Sriitianf QnH!Richard Allen. Miller, from' Janes-first offense; 1 for forgery, 2 for WW caused .18,200 deaths of the 93 •
scares of onlookers lined the iron ' ' Sheriff Chester A. felony theft and 3 robbery by as-!000 accidental deaths from ail.
nue • side of the White House
ment officers as "having a long
juvenile record." is in Orange
County jail today less than two
weeks after he had been released.
Juvenile Officer R. L, Dominv
Gromyko rode in. a black lim-
ousine behind two motorcycle po-
licemen with red lights flashing to
clear the way.
He was accompanied by Soviet
He said a government Study of
crude imports should be finished
^i^time for allocations to be made
Walter Hoose. district chair-
man,' will receive reports from
the six operating committees and
from institutional representative*.
These reports will concern the production tn this country indicate
forthcoming Trail to Citizenship, an increase Of 120,000, barrels a
absentee bv m^moming today inlcouncil camporee, organization of day in 1961 compared to last year,
the municipal election of-the City| new units, advancements and O'Connor said.
of West Orange. ' • Iboard of review, troop reserva-! "Certainly Texas should receive
• West Orange will elect a mayor tions for summer camp and plans its pro rata of such increase,
and two councilmen April 1, the to attend Region 9 annual meet in whfc!, ! would estimate to be be
deadline for absentee votes is to-
morrow at midnight but the City
hall w-ill be closed after 5 p.m.
Casting absentees so far are
, Mrs. G. E. Toney and Mayor'and
Mrs. Jack Etheridge.
; In the race for mayor is Marvin
Perkins, unopposed for the office.
Three persons. Glenn F. Seale, in-
cumbent: Lloyd N. LaGrone and
Glenn Sandlin. seek the two alder
; men posts open this year.
Farm Bureau Sets
ineet Tuesday at 7
Mr. and Mrs.
said the youth had made bond less Ambassador Mikhail Menshikov.
than two weeks ago after a pickup,the envoy who ' assisted Kbrush-
for car theft. Sunday night?, he(chev during his visit to the United
was brought to jail by Depty Con- States.
stable C. E. Scott who said his The Pravda article left open the
arrest was in connection with an- question of how a cease-fire would
.. . . ,t/ , .. /other car theft. V be arranged.
the second half of this year.; Dominy added that the boy hall Kennedy met with Gromyko
Present requirements of U. S. abandoned the car on a sequestered just 24 hours after conferring with
Vidor road after taking a $70 British Prime Minister Harold
wrist watch and a pair of climb- (Macmillan at Key West. Fla.
ing spurs from the ^vehicle/ ! There the U.S. and British lead-
Domlnv also advised that ' the:ers declared their determination
youth would be retained in jail un-fto prevent Laos efrom being over-
til be becomes 17 on April 11 and run by Soviet-backed Communist
formal charges w^' be filed at rebels
tween 40,000 and 50,000 barrels"
New $10,843 Grant
PORT WORTH (Spl) - A new
Laurence Winfree in the Winfree grant from the Allergy
— and Infectious Diseases Division
Mrs. L. T. Heard, publicity
chairman, said a full attendance
is urged since new Blue Cross in-, ._ .. ,
surance policies will be distribut- *'ty biology professors who
e meetina. 1 «tndying the organism that c«
ed at the meeting.
. A grilled hamburger supper will
be served and each family is ask-
ed to bring one pie.
of the National Institutes of Healtn,
Bethesda, Md;, has been award
ed to two Texas Christian Uniyef'
The research, now In Its second
year, involves a study of the viru
lence of ibrio cholerae. Some
Welfare Board Set) ZT
as the experiihental animals
in the study.
Dr. Russell C Faulkner is di-
recting the embryological study,
and Dr. Earl W. Gardner is ooh
tive board will be today at 5:30 ducting the bacteriological phases
in the courthouse. Murray of the work.
The monthly meeting of the Or-
ahge County Child Welfare execu-
Harris will preside.
Maurine Buckner, supervisor,
will give the monthly report.
• STAY INSURfO
• wn AfSURIO
Easter Programs .
Are Slated at TCU
FORT WORTH (Spl) — Two
special Easter programs are plan-
ned at Texas Christian University
prior to Easter recess which,starts
following classes Wednesday.
Evening college sesjfons will re-
sume April 3, with <#ay . school
cUuei meeting agau April 'i.
Junior Play Set*
At West Orange
The United States and Britain
intend to work through the South-
east Asia Treatv Organization,
which opened a foreign' ministers
conference at Bangkok, Thailand,
_ . . . . _ - t The United States* was readv to
^Plun'or class <rf West Orange SEATO intervention to what-
Hlgh School will present its annual
play, a hillbilly .comedy. ,;A Feud-
ng Over Yonder," tomorrow at
Members of the cast include
Linda Hamilton, Cindy .Teffers,
Andrea Adams. Cecii -Rhodes.
Judy Corder and Jim Wheatley.
ever extent necessary to save
Laos from Communist conquest.
Reinforcing this\ purpose. Ameri-
can aircraft, ships and men were
being concentrated in the South-
east Asian area.
It was at this critical' juncture
in the Laotian crisis that admin-
AdmissKin to see the play which i8,ration officials learned with
will be presented in Carl Godwin 1 ^vident satisfaction this morning
^"d^rium !s 50 cents for students that the S o v i e t government,
and 75 cents for adults. ithrough an article in Pravda, had
, " ~ put Its major stress oft desire for
Shipyard ln|ury- «,
Hospitalizes Man jcedures, proposed by .Britain a
George Perry, M. of Rt. 2. Box'week ago. ft left unclear, how-
575, Orange, was admitted to Or-ever, specific and vital points:
ange Memorial Hospital today! First, whether the Soviet Union
about 8 a.m. after he suffered Vis immediately halting its airlift
fractured l$/t lea in p fall t Lev- of supplies to rebel forces in Laos
ingston Shipbuilding Co. ■ and,, second, whether Khrushchev
According lo Levingston of-iis sending word to the rebels to
ficials. Perry apparently slipped (stop the fighting, pending the out-
while he was climbiiig and his leg come of possibly prolonged dio-
Wa* caught in the rung of a lad-jlomatic negotiations.
der. He was reported to be about | Kennedy and Macmillan had
three or four feet from the grbund surveyed military measures in
when he fell. 1 (the making and announced ','The
He was taken to the hospital by situation in1 Laos cannot be al-
Claybar ambulance, ilowed to continue to dttenofcta."
• NO OTHER spare time task
gives an ambitious boy as much
valuable business training1 and
profitable experience, as does
having a newspap^V route of his
IN SERVING ahd building his .route,
he uses many of the joasic tools of mod-
ern business success -X smart salesman-
ship, quick delivery, pronipt collecting, ac-
curate record-keeping and money han-
dling, plus ability to please people. He also
learns to save regularly1 for the higher
education that will speed his Advance-
ment and boost his income !
come its second largest, after
school equipment by 136.3.
Carrier Corporation says'that I t
per cent of the nation's hospitals
are air-condltiohed today. It pre-
dicts 40 per cent will be' bv the
end of tlie decade. Carrier is
pre-: eager to-help this along.
| Automation i.s making- giant. '
A disposable plastic handled j strides ih hospitals as well as, iff
'scalpel is bei'ng tested. Already inj factories and offices.
There is -an expanding market
for Intercom equipment, record-
keeping systems and motorized
sh-b'uttori beds th st can be op-.
YES, A ROUTE is a sure first step
toward success in the business world, no
matter which branch a boy may choose!"
Why not prge your son to apply for the
next route open in your vicinity. Ask our
Circulation Department about itt
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Browning, J. Cullen. The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 58, No. 72, Ed. 1 Monday, March 27, 1961, newspaper, March 27, 1961; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth330553/m1/8/: accessed December 18, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.