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Laurel Leader-Call (Newspaper) - June 22, 1961, Laurel, Mississippi TODAY'S THOUGHT Good manners and good 6pe�ch are the magic master keys to the good Downtown Parking For Our Customers High Joday Southeastern Mississippi Heather Details under Briefs 50th Year No. 64 ma June 22, 1961 Daily Since 1911 r. j Madagascar Plan UNITED Czechoslovak U.N. Delegate planned to leave for home today to escape deportation as a The 39-year-old No. 3 man in his country's U.N. had Reservations on a French airliner for his Wife and two small accused by U.S. government of being Czechoslovakia's spy in had rejected an earlier U. S. demand that he leave the Status Is Revoked He changed his plans after Washington announced it had revoked his status as a member of Czechoslovakia's U.N. making him an alien in the country The United States said he could pither leave voluntarily or be Czechoslovakia - and the U.S. charges and accused the United States of violating the agreement between the United States and the which establishes the special rights and diplomatic immunity of foreign diplomats accredited to the U.N. A spokesman for the Czechoslovak delegation said his government would continue to press in the to prove that the United States had no right to oust The Communist bloc was expected to make extensive use of the incident in its campaign to move U.N. headquarters from New York to Vienna or some European with in a New York had tried to enlist him as a The protest said that after he turned them the U.S. mission to the U.N. demanded that he leave the Wanted to Defect The State Department in reply said had indicated he wanted to defect and that he was ordered out after he showed he was not On in a detailed note to Secretary-General Dag the United States charged paid over a three-year period to a U.S. Army language instructor in for Information on students at the Army Language The a naturalized American of Czech worked in cooperation with the FBI and gave false the United States The U.S. note to also charged that was ' of Czechoslovak civilian intelligence operations in the United JERUSALEM - Adolf Eichman testified today he tried to save Europe's Jews by creating a homeland for them on the island of The former Gestapo lieutenant colonel said he conceived the that was juggled around in high Nazi circles in 1940 but never got past the paper Eichmann identified principal portions of the plan as his particularly a study of climate and living conditions on the French island off the East African The accused of a major role In the Nazi extermination of six million did not explain how or when the Madagascar scheme Israel has produced evidence that Heinrich Himmler and Gestapo chief Heydrich decided on mass extermination the final solution of the Jewish early in 11)41. in published accounts of his informal nightly conversations over said he rather favored the Madagascar scheme for a while because conditions there would eventually wipe out the On the wi tn ess s ta n d for the On Page nil First Time It was the first time the U.S. government had forced the recall of a diplomat attached to a U.N. Previously the United States had successfully demanded the withdrawal of Soviet U.N. Secretarial employes accused of espionage Czechoslovakia protested to the U.N. last weekend that earlier in the week two U.S. Intelligence at a meeting Dillon Urges WASHINGTON - Secretary of the Treasury Douglas Dillon says the administration's long-range foreign aid program was based on the assumption of continuing war Dillon appealed for congressional approval of the program in testimony Wednesday before the House Foreign Affairs He said the administration did not take into account the mounting East-West pressures over Berlin in planning the the who served In the Eisenhower administration as undersecretary the Soviet threat Dillon said the United States was working hard with its allies to means to progress on this question without in any way relaxing our fundamental which we cannot to the freedom of the people Of West NEW YORK return to the docks today after a one-day work stoppage that crippled the port of New But the week-old nationwide maritime strike grew The number of immobilized ships rose to at least 150 in 30 ports on the West and Gulf Negotiations were ni a stalemate as the impact of the strike More industries - especially oil A group of oil producers in Texas asked President Kennedy to invoke the Act and obtain a court order for an 80-day The plea was made in a telegram by the North Texas Oil and Gas One of the ships knocked out of service was the United of the American fleets which was to sail for Europe Saturday with 1,700 bound its largest list of the Friday's sailings of the liner Constitution and the cruise ship Santa Rose also were Most Are At Sea Most of the 946 passenger dry cargo ships and tankers flying the American flag at sea and will not be tied up until they reach a United States The longshoremen at a masa meeting Wednesday were urged by their leaders to support the strike of 85,000 officers and But there was some The ILA is not directly involved in the but its members have been refusing to cross maritime picket Much of the rally was devoted to criticism of the waterfront commission of New York a New York Jersey agency created to combat crime apd racketeering on the The commission is seeking to obtain broader powers of policing the And the ILA is bitterly Charged As Saboteur Bearded Bernard Jerome tips his hat and shouts United on his way to arraignment before the U. S. commissioner in San on charge of sabotaging communications towers in Utah and Senate Leader Will Act As Governor Miss. George Yarbrough of Red president of the state will act as governor for about eight days starting Gov. Barnett and his Lt. Gov. Paul Johnson and his wile will leave Friday to attend the National Conference in Would Erase Signs Uncertainty WASHINGTON - Sen. Jacob K. offered a resolution today to Senate on record as backing a firm policy for continued support of West He said it would help erase ambiguity in U.S. that may have been raised by the suggestion of Senate Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield of Montana for an Internationally protected of both East and West Raps Mansfield Stand In a speech prepared for delivery in the continuing debate over the Berlin Javits said that if Mansfield's suggestion were of Berlin would be Communist in six Germany would be divided Tlie United Javits must safeguard its obligation to remain In Berlin with the same coolness and the same determination that the Russians are not only on that but on I would be the last to say that this is not without t* New York Republican I would be the first to say that it is a risk which if not taken is likely to lead to reverses far worse in character - and could lead to W Plugging the June 28 visit of the Red Cross Bloodmobile ore these winners in o poster contest Junior Red Cross From Lindo Gory George Bob Greene (holding his first placo Foye and Frank Photo By Community Bloodmobile Project i i Brings Everybody Into The Act a ing His pr. pared like others which r we occupied this reflected Republican Leader Everett M. Dirksen of Illinois described as that a crisis over Berlin is rapidly building On Page An effort to make the Red Cress visit to Jones County truly project is rapidly rounding into according to chairman Walley believe we have a setup to insure more than enough donors the Senate for the visit next Wednesday what Snat 28) and to guarantee a steady flow which should exceed quota on all future Civic youth veterans men and boys and all are combining their efforts toward a long-term program which Laurel spreads the work and Knights of and at the same insures the success of this vital community Professional Council Lions Business and Scout and Tri Various organizations have promised active assistance to the A partial list of these would Laurel Garden Federated The Key Club boys and the Junior Red Cross are doing some of the preliminary leg work in making and distributing Parking space is assured for the June 28 as all parking Laurel Jaycees and on the block of Oak Veterans of Foreign Wars will be routed and the and the The American Key Club boys will be on hand to Legion and Rotary Club Exchange Junior assist donors with any parking problems which might RIE GOP of to Berlin said was Police And Riders Await Federal Decision The administration seeks authority to spend and lend up to billion in foreign aid in the next five The program has run Into some opposition in partly because it would loosen somewhat congressional control cn foreign aid Miss. - Challenges to Mississippi's segregation slowed to a snail's pace today after a full day of legal haggling and monetary police More were on their way to Jackson today from via Los Angeles and New By taking the route of their predecessors they could reach Jackson no I sooner than And in the legal two separate court cases are U.S. District Court Judge Sidney Mize is expected to rule by Tuesday on a writ of habeas corpus filed by Elizabeth Porter 45-year-old white rider from New Chief Judge Elbert P. Tuttle of the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans told federal court there a request from the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People for an order to keep police from arresting riders would go before a federal court July 10. Arrests during the 29-day siege of Jackson rose to 140 Wednesday Clear through Switzerland - The three princes of warring factions agreed today to form a government of national union to be named by the nation's The three Premier Boun neutralist Souvanna and they would integrate the divided country's three armies into a single At the end of their four-day summit they pledged their support to the future A joint communique of the in a salon of plush Dolder said the been trying to get the rival factions Oum from appeared willing to politics in favor of retire Gen. to partly cloudy and mild Friday with widely scattered showers Friday Lowest 62-70 Highest in 80s House Nine freedom riders were union government would in ed at the bus terminal after entering the waiting room and then failing to obey orders to move They were charged with breach of peace as were earlier The only white man in the Henry Schwarzchild asked for permission to get a cup of coffee in the on page elude representatives of the three parties and be of a temporary government will be formed according to a special by direct designation and nomination his majesty the king lout going through the National the communique King Savang by refrains from taking a hand in But he has 111-Japan Cement Ties The statement added three princes would continue thei discussions on national unity in the No date was The three princes pledged to support the neutrality of Laos and to support all efforts for an effective The Zurich meeting of princes thus ended without an agreement on the thorniest issue of the Laotian power should be divided among the and neutralist It was that in any coalition government the conservative faction friendly to the West would get less power than the neutralist and both of which are backed by Red China and the Soviet Best lUnd Souvanna still appears to have the best chance of heading a coalition Boun c Temperatures for the 24 houi that 83> equipped and partly trained by the United While the decision remained in there was little the East-West conference on In could Expose Plot To Kill Adlai On Latin Trip NEW YORK - The New York and Sun reported today that a of extremists plotted to kill United Nations Ambassador Adlai Stevenson on his recent visit to Buenos The newspaper also reported that a U.S. security who had conferred with Argentine police about the alleged assassination was shot and critically wounded by gunmen four days after Stevenson low 62 at 7 a.m. 68. Winds today at 11 West at 2 LAUREL SKIES June 23 Sunset today Sunrise tomorrow 4:52 a.m. Moonset tomorrow a.m. Full Moon 28 The Moon tonight is moving near the telescopic This larger than the circles the Sun every 165 years and is now about 2,760,000,000 miles from the Forecast RIVER STAGES Pascagoula River at 14.0 up sharp Pearl River at Pearl 8.2 up little WASHINGTON - House Republicans drove today to knock the administration housing off the legislative tracks with a low-cost Their to offer a measure simply extending existing housing provisions for a without any of the new or expanded programs included in tha Democratic The Democratic program is priced at billion by its sponsors and at more than billion by the GOP leaders say their measure would cost only Democratic leaders already have made a major hoping to hold enough conservative colleagues in line to defeat the Republican They ditched practically all President Kennedy's 40-year-mortgage, program for moderate income housing insured by tha federal housing Rep. Albert chairman of the On Page f uon Residential Boating In Mobile Torrential flooded in lomo areas near Joint suburban took advantage of tha high water to 90 boating in the WASHINGTON Japanese Prime Minister Hayato Ikeda and Secretary of State Dean Rusk said today a strong foundation for closer collaboration between and the United States has been established as the result of top-level talks and made their statements to newsmen at the of a 25-minute final session which substituted for a meeting between Ikeda and ailing President nWo have just concluded three days of most and profitable Ikeda said in Ills remarks were have made a strong foundation for closer collaboration between Japan and the United he Is a which we can build still greater heights of Rusk expressed the greatest of pleasure in looking back on 2ii days of talks with United States and Japan have laid the foundation for still more effective cooperation our two Rusk 1 WASHINGTON stricken with a mild virus infection during night but his doctor said today his temperature has returned to normal and the ailment should run its course within two Dr. Janet the White House described the illness as a mixed bacteria and viral Dr. Travell reported on the President's condition at a news It was the first time newsmen have been permitted to interview the White House They had sought news conferences with her several times since the President developed a back ailment weeks Kennedy advanced during the night fueling ill and Dr. was called to his bedside at 1:30 a.m. She had examined the President again this morning with Dr. Preston New York orthopedic specialist whom she summoned to Washington for Wade was called to help determine U the infection had any fect on the back strain which put Kennedy on crutches for 12 The President's temperature hit 101.6 degrees at one But the President's temperature had been receding for a couple of press secretary Salinger said when reporting the illness to newsmen at 9:35 A.M. Kennedy cancelled all of his appointments for the day but Salinger said his doctors believed he can resume his regular schedule Any flack Connection As a Dr. Preston New York orthopedic was called down to examine the President to see if Uie virus infection has had any effect on his back Wade was to see Kennedy in Salinger said Kennedy's temperature rached 101.6 at 7 a.m. He added lt had dropped to 100.2 at 8:30 a.m. and was down to 99.2 at 9:25 a.m. Salinger called newsmen together for a special conference to report Kennedy's He Kennedy summoned Dr. Janet the House from her Georgetown home to the White House after awaking at about 1:30 a.m. The President's throat hurt and he felt Salinger Dr. Travell called Dr. George assistant While House Kennedy was given On Page Press Time Flashes House Hangs On To Housing WASHINGTON House refused today U discard President Kennedy's housing in favor of a short-range Republican Corporate Tax Rate Extended WASHINGTON passage today sent to President Kennedy extending present corporation income and major excise tax rates to preserve billion of annual Congolese Release the Congo Tshombe 0! Katanga was freed today after being held a prisoner of the central government for the past two
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