33,000 More GIs Bound For Viet Nam
The United States plans to expand its troop strength in the South Viet Nam war to 100,000 or more by late summer or early fall, it was learned Saturday.
This calls for an increase of at least 33,000 men, including thousands in Army combat units, American authorities disclosed.
A radiant brown-eyed, brown-haired native of Savannah, Mary Jane Yates, Saturday night was crowned Miss Georgia of 1965 on the stage of the Columbus Three Arts Theater.
Kathi Devine, 18, Miss Columbus, captured the hearts of the theater audience with her stirring rendition of "People" from the hit musical "Funny Girl," and took first runner-up honors.
The auto industry will send some of its biggest wheels to Washington this week to answer charges it has dragged its feet on traffic safety.
President of General Motors, Ford and American Motors head the list of witnesses who will appear before a Senate subcommittee headed by Sen. Abraham A. Ribicoff, D-Conn., Chrysler Corp., will be represented by two of its top vice presidents.
Ribicoff, during a preliminary three-day hearing last March, charged the industry had not done all possible in the field of auto safety.