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Thomasville Times Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 11, 1961, Thomasville, Georgia Fair, Mild Fair, mild weekend and slightly cooler tonight. High 5unday 66, low tonight 40. (S«« CompleU Details, Tides Below). VOL LXXII—NO. 36 ^hmñMt ®íme¿-Interprtóe TEL CA 6-2400-f. 0. BOX 111 THOMASVILLE, GEORGIA, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 11, 196Ì ""s^^N^oi'v""^ 5c PER COPY NEWS BRIEFS Adams Hired, Then Fired AMHEROT, ktess. (AP)— Sherman Adams, former chief assistant to President Dwlght D. Elsenhower. was hired and then dropped as a lecturer on practical politics at University of Massachusetts before making a single speech, the coll^Te student newspaper says. The Massachusetts CJolleglan, In an editorial, called the action by the college trustees "an absolutely disgraceful sltuaUon." The editorial also complained the removal of Adams "robs the student body of U\e knowledge that a man like Adams could give us." ir it Personal Letter BONN, Germany UW — CJiaii-ceUor Konrad Adenaoer has received » peraoBkl l«Uer from Preaident Keanedy, the gevera-mcBt prcM «mete aald t4MUy. A apekenMUi nid the letter was dellvend to AdeoMier by tJ. 8. Anbanader Walter C. I>»wtlBC iMt Wednesday. •mw eeatenta of Om letter are pm«ly pOTMul and are being kept Mcnt," «M apokesmaa B*ld. ^ ^ ^ Japs Invite Rusk TOKYO (AP) - The JapanMe pjvemnMnt today Invited U. R •wrtUry of 8Ut« Dean Ruak to Tlalt JapwJ tn March. It would be In «onjonctlon with bla tIsK to tHfgfcofc, Thallaad, Ua a meeting of tiM Sontbtaat AsU Treaty Or-Mardi n-to. MtwQwpen uJd »ho gorem-ment Is inyltlac Roak alnce they teei it would Mt tfae lU«« lor Iipurr PtHm Minister B»dsl vrojeetod tiitt to Ite Unitod Statoa Jmia. FIREMEN ON THE RUN—Firemen run for their lives as o wall of the plant of Crane Steelware comes crashing down during spectocular (2,250,000 fire in Quebec. Three of the firemen were hurt slightly. (AP Wirephoto) France Hopeful To Calm Soviet Regrets Tempers GOLDBERG CONTINUES PILGRIMAGE Support Sought For President's Recovery Plan DETROIT (AP)— Secretary of Ubor Arthur J. Goldberf? brouKht to hard-hit Michipran today hi.s pil-primaKe to drum up countrywide support for President Kennedy's economic recovery program. Goldberjf said the natlnn is already in a full flodKPd recesslou and "If we don't take proper action soon we'll tie In a real depression." The labor secretary has been louring depressed areas in nil-nois, Indiana and now Michigan and planned to go later today tc Columbu.s, Ohio, and Pittsburgh. At each stop he interviews idled workers and their families, ant! confers with political, buslnesi and labor leaders Lumumba Deaih Rumors Denied it ^ Ikt Gtts CiMckup PALM SPUNOS. «W - IfaffiiMif PrartdCSl EtMlriMWOT Mdtai dtoeka» rridsr ■ éwHbe* M "MrieOy ___hy tko to<on—«to« offW mà MhA ItaU Air VMM iiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiitriiiiiiiiiiiiii Attempt to Orbit 'Brain' Postponed CAPE CANAVBRAU Fla. —Th« National Aeronautic« and fipaco Agency early today postponed an attempt to orbit a "radio brain" BatelUt« bocauM of tacfauical difficultiee. Tboro was oo hnmedlat« Indi-cstloo wben another attempt would b« made to fire the Juno U launch vehicle. NASA finally called off tb* shot at 4 a.m. (BST). iiiiiiniiiiiuiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliii No Indication Reds Will Make Big Affair of Plane Incident First Since Inauguration Goldberg, a former ATL-CIC counsel, found himself In a milt quarrel with a onetime union col league. Walter Reuther. head ol the Auto Workers Union. Reuthei ! was among the union and aut< industry figures with whom Ken Inedy's unemployment area emls PARIS (AP)—Prance hoped today its formal expression' sary was to meet here today, of regrets would calm Soviet tempers over a French jet fighter that fired tracer shots across the nose of & plane carryinfir Soviet President Leonid Brezhnev. Frances charge d'affaires In , . .. Moscow. Jean de la Grandvllle, ""«^'dent despite almost un- vlslted the soviet Foreign Minis-; P^®<=«dented bltUr «action from trv Friday nlrfit to deliver an '»"-e Soviet man-oo-the-street. The Soviet Communist party official newspaper Pravda called ___ .„ the IntercepUon "a regrettable in- Aoait cldent." When the news flrat reached Moscow, Soviet citizens displayed anger greater even than that shown during ttao American m spy plane Incident or the landlnj Af TT A A^arlnM tn T^hftnnn — J * • .-.ft— — —------ — apology — apparently ordered by President Charles de Oaulle himself—for the IntercepUon off Algeria's Mediterranean ----- Thursday. In Moseow today, there was no outward indication Soviet officlal-ibtm wmiiri make a ereat affair it it ii Suit Dismissed ATLANTA (AP)-A Mit ehal-Vt«igtT>t ■apregaUon of AtlanU iMioaba has boen dismissed by XI. S. Dirtrict Judgo Frank Hooper m a toehnieaUty. Howavtr. Hooper yesterday dia-mlssed "wittwm prejudice" the action flVsd last Septcmbwr by IM Holt of NorfoUt. Va., and Wyatt T. Walker at AUanta, which means It can be fUed again. TlM judge on November 4, dl-Moted the plaintiffs to be more ■poclfle In their charges and dismissed the suit yesterday because tjjcy had not done so within the apcelfled time. it it it Giant Valentine TUL8A, Okla. (*l - A giant card signed by SM Nathan Hale High School stadeats has been •eat to Preeident Kennedy as a Valentine grMttng. The heart was designed by the art department, placed on cardboard about S feet wide, signed Inside in red ink. and shipped off first class mail. PosUge cost totaled |tJ». it it it Woman Grocer Shot ATLANTA (AP) — An AUanta woman grocer was shot during the robbery of her storo by two Negroes late Friday. Mrs. Hilda Kaufman, 53. was admitted to Georgia BapUst Hospital with a bullet wound in her leg. Police said as Mrs. Kaufman struggled with one of the men and was shot, the other cleaned out the cash register of the store In Highland Avenue. After the robbers fled, Mrs. Kaufman was able to get to her feet and run outside. She was taken to the hospiUl by a private detecUve who heard her shouts. Police later arrested as suspects two Negroes who gave Highland Avenue addresses within a block 3f the Kaufman store. it it it Last Body Found LEN/ERHKIDE, Switaerland m—Swiss Alpinists dug from the snow today the body of a little blonde girl, the last of nine Swiss school chUdren who died «ith their teacher in an avalanche on Soalottas Monntain Friday. Her nanH> was Dórete Fino, 14. She and the other youngsters climbed up a steep and dangerous slope tn the face of avalanche warnings and met with disaster. The slide killed six girls, thn-e L._____I _ _______ „. ____I.... Kennedy Sets Weekend Of Relaxation In Va. WASHINGTON (AP)—President Kennedy leaves Washington this afternoon to spend the weekend in a larjfe French-style estate in the snow-covered Virginia country- The Kennedy»' son, ll-week-old This weekend of relaxation at i John Jr.. is remaining at th« Glen Ora, Uie new presidential; White House, retreat. wiU be the first away! Residents of Middleburg will be from the White House for Ken-1 anxious to see what changes in nedy since taking office Jan. 20. ! their quiet lives will be wrought by the Kennedys' taking up resist th« »tat« sltiiiiti><l on an I ' „ dpnrc amnns' them Opltvshuro' Reuther told a congressional committee in Washington Thür» day he doubted that Kennedy'i economic aid program goes fai enough and that a Kennedy proposal to give business tax incen-Uves was especially unneceaaarj and unwise. • • • nOLDBEBO, asked at Lansing, Mich., Friday night about Reu-Üier's poslUon «m th« Kennedy tax proposal, replied with a smile that "I agree wltti my President (Kennedy) and, la thia eaae, aol with (anion t PrMtHant njiiitluir unpaved rural lane m Loudoun Ounty's hunt country, Kennedy wUI Join his wife and Caroline, their 3-year-old daughter, who flew to Glen Ora from Washington Friday In a Marine Corps helicopter. • • * KENNEDY also will use a heU-copter to reach Glen Ora, which 1« AH mtlAB v/Mt nf Wajvhinoinn Ideal Weekend Seen for City If you want to make that trip, make your plans because the weathei-man predicted a vei-y pleasant weekend. The forecast calls for fair and mild weather today and Sunday although tonight will be slightly cooler. Westerly winds traveling about five to 10 miles per hour are indicated. A balmy 66-degree high 1« expected both today and Sunday with a low of 40 seen tonight. The barometer reading at noon ...n.. in nc ttt^ c.1irrV.flTT — - * ■ ""ft ----------V .. V.— ^ , Pa., the main weekend retreat of former President Dwight D. Elsenhower, already had been a tourist attracUon because of its Civil War batUefield. But Middleburg has had a history of seclusion until now. A large press entourage always follows the presldeiu and there are only about 20 beds avaUable at the Red Fox Tavern, the Colonial Inn and some private homes to Middleburg. This paucity of accommodations for visitors led Friday to a lottery at Uie White House wiUi 24 reporters drawing lota for the 20 beds available. The problem became more acute with realizaUon that one ol the 24 wa.<i a woman. Pierre Sal- tnrra,' WhitA TTniiQA nracc «Anro. THE FRENCH Foreign Ministry said De la Grandvllle at his own request met with Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei A. Gromyko for a half-hour and promised a full invesUgatiwi. Reports received so far are Incomplete, the French said, but De la Grandvilie "expressed, here and now, in any case, the sincere regrets ol the French government." Tho French said they have determined, however, that the Soviet pilot strayed from his flight plan and veered southward into France's "zone of responsibility." The Soviet Embassy In Rabat, Morocco, where Brezhnev's fotu--engined Ilyushin IS landed unharmed shorUy after the Incident, denied Uie Soviet pilot strayed from hlB previotisly stated lino of night. The plane was on course, the Soviets said, when throo two-Jet French Vulture fighters appeared and one fired two biu-sts of tracer bullets. The Soviets gald the Soviet pilot immediately radioed Algiers radio control IdenUfying hie plana and that the FreDch fightors then t-iimA/l awov Reuther quesUoned whether tai Incentives are needed to build ne^ plants when so many are Idlec! now. Goldberg told a Gary, Ind., audience that Uz adjustments tc let business modernize and re build plants and at the same Umt, discourage locaUon of plant« ■ broad would be beneficial. "I do not share the doubts ol some labor leaders about the wl» dom of thU administration policy," Goldberg said. But he said comment on Kennedy's plans from any source it a "healthy" thing. In Michigan, Goldberg foun< economic condlUons probablj worse than any he has seen oi his totir. There are 320,000 un employed in the state, or 11 2 pei cent of Uie work force, includins 165.000 Idled In Uie auto capita! Tim«* Studio Phot( A COUPLE OF BEAUTIES-Prettv Potty McLo;.ghlin, on ex-chong« itudont from Irtlond studying onimol husbandry ot th« Univ. of Athens, prapom o prize-winning heifer for the annual Southern Classic livestock sale at Sinkola Plantation today. Nearly 300 livestock breeders and cattle ranchers, coming from every part of the U. S. and Canada, ore participating in the Classic event. A total of animalt war* antonul tnr (mIa Henry Ford Wins GM Recoanìtion FLINT, Mich. (AP) — Henrj Ford has won recognition for advancing production techniques a1 General Motors Ctorp. i.iB^,, ...„vo Ford received $42.36 from GM tary, solved this problem first. He , Friday for a brake drum welding assigned Jeannett« Rudeilat of the ^ method he had suggested. He has U. 9. Information Agency a bed | worked at GM's Bulck foimd™ i^f V\/kT> ni«rv\ Ic-irt/^A Local Man Is Drowned While Fishing In Lake A well-known Thomasville produce dealer, Zack L. Mott was drowned yesterday while fishing at a lake near T^om nsville off the Metcalf highway. He was 65. Mr urntt whn Hvftri At 1100 N KTinttml Mr KTnft'« fanloh.KMnn Dawson St., was flahlng alone li a boat, according to County Police Chief J. M. Richards. A companion T. W. Palmer, who was flshln« at another site on the lake, notified auUiorities when he saw th« empty boat and could not locat« Mr. MoU. A search was inlUated by mem hers of the Thomasville Rescue Squad, and the victim's body wai found floaUng about 15 feet fronr the dam. The recovery was mad< by Capt. W. T. McKenzie, Thom asville fireman, and Chester Bel lamv >v\ai Artmnnnv nrw*rii.tnr wh/ 86 Negroes Jailed In ÂtUntâ Sit-ins Mat. MLWIiV • WAAi»U-V*VWj cap—which had stuck to his head Air trapped in his Jacket hai kept lilm near the top of the water Rescuers said Mr. Mott's watcl was stopped at 12:30; It was wel after 4 p.m. when he was pullec from the lake. Mr. Mott reportedly could no' swim. • • • MR. MOTT was a naUve o! Grady County. He had lived hen for the past 22 years and wai the first wholesale produce deal er to come to ThomaavUle aftei compleUon of the State Farmen Market here. Ho was married in 1922 to th* former OlUe Belle Wynn of Thom asvUle, who siu-vlves. Also surviving is a son, Johi Robert Mott, who has been asso elated with his father in the opera Uon of Mott Produce Co. Survivors Include his mother Mr«? R Mrtff r-ni,..^. «V,..». »i- E scope Car Said Found In Katanga EUSABETHVILLE, the Congo (AP)—Katanga Province officials today flatly denied rumors they concocted a story tjiat ex-Premier Patrice Lumtimba escaped from jail, .so they could cover his death at the hands of his political foes. The denial came In a communique announcing Uiat searchers for the missing Lumumba had found a car he and two poUticet associates used to escape from a farmhouse prison at Mutahatsa, 220 miles west of EUaabethvine. late Thursday night. Some Western observers in the Congo said they suspect Lumumba is dead or that is escape was engmeered so he could be shot while trying to escape. The Katanga government, taking note of these rumors, aaid la a communique: "Tlie Katanga government denies it organiaed the escape. It appears his (Lumumba's) escape was mads possible by some fault or intervention by his guards, and ttds «10 be subject to in<iulry." The conununlque aald tbe ear, a black Ford sedan found about 20 mUes north of Kas»Jl wtaeta Lumumba was Imprisoned, was identified as ttie MrtomobUe be aa his companions seised after OTerpowerinf their fuards. • • • WE8TEKN observers fear that, dead or alive, Lumumba preeeats the Congo wlUi its greatest threat of aU-out civil war. His supporters control about one-third of the Congo, and in the past l3s fiery oratory has been capable of whipping them to a frenzy. U Lumumba Is dead, observers said, his supporters in Oriental and Klvu provinces almost certainly would embark on a path of vengeance, possibly against the white populaUon. If he is alive, they said, he will be able to assume acUve leadership of his followers and touch off an all-out major clvU war. The Katanga government communique said the escape car which searchers found "was started by unscrewing the IgniUon lock and Joining Uie IgnlUon wires together. "There was no sign that the occupants of car (found damaged on the road) had been hurt in the crash, and all traces of th«lr movements after leaving the daift-aged car bad been obliterated by rain and people passing Uie spot afterwards." The feeling here that Lumumba was already dead was strengthened among observers. ATLANTA (AP)-Eighty-six Negro demonstrators have t«"; w^'r^lZm Ü^'^Zí^fT been arrested during a four-day attempt to break tht traditional Southern policy of segregated eating facilitiei in downtown Atlanta. county (AUantai Jail. AU but four of Uiem have elect -------- ed to remain in Jail raUier Uiar go free on $100 bond each pending trial on charges of violating Geor gia's anti tre.spa.SB law. Adoption of an apparent poilcj ot "JaU rather than bail," threat Camellia Show Ooens Doors Old Favorites In Spotlight i TEMPERATURE HIgheit li«t 24 houri Lowt«t latt 74 hours Highcat thla month on racord LSweit thit month on record PRECIPITATION Total last 24 hours period Total since 1st oi month Total since January 1st Old favorite varieties claim the . spotlight as the 1361 Thomaeviiie 5S 22 ' r»a»vi»lHo RVina/ nn#>n<5 it* iinnr« nn S4 0.00 0.87 4.41 TIDES FOR SUNDAY HIah Low 1:16 A. M. S:15 A. M. 11:53 P. M. 6:15 P. M. TIDES FOR MONDAY High Low 1:55 A. M. 7:06 A. M. --7K» P. M. OTHER SUNDAY FIGURES Moon Set Moon Rise 3:34 A. M. 4:4« P.. M. I OTHER MONDA" -------- Moon Set 4:41 A. M ' Sunset a spectacular array of lovely blooms, striking arrangements, fine new seedlings and outetand-Ing nursery e.\hlbits at Uie National Guard Armory today. Show chairman D/. Howard Cheshire estimated that over 8,000 blooms had been placed in horU-cultural classes by 10 a.m. with growers from near-by towns and states providing quanUties of Among them are Lady Clare, | Mrs. W. F. MaUiis of Moultrie special ciaes. • • • OTHER EXHIBITORS brough flowers from thelV homes in Quitman, Cairo, Meigs, Tallahassee and Panama City, Fla., Tlfton, Atlanta and Moultrie and Dr. Che- lAVJWCVCi, » V* ^rf i ..jw».., . ^ under senteiKe were moved to the TattnaU Prison at Reidsvlile and a siu-vey showed the Fulton Jai could accommodate about 10( more than the 700 prisoners or hand. Most of the Negroes arrestee are students at the Atlanta Unlver oitv r*ont«r I ~ ---- personal II tt/^n aK/Mit th« MnaA a*. ----, -^...o.c auu iniSi Velma Mott, boUi of Cairo ana mg^ abo' „ Mrs. J. D Hughes, Norman PuDl: \ ' - " four grandchildren; and a num-,__________ ber of nieces and nephew.s. ing. Mr. Mott attended Abraham Bald- Burial will be in Laurel Hill u;in Pnllou-i, al T-ifl/ìn r^orrtalart, »inlV, EHinA^ttl ..... «I VCiliCMTl Jf . WIWl TTUIUUUUB T UUfPflSI He wa.s a member oi the Ellc^ Home in charge. Thé body will j|Club, American Legion i^oM 31 lie in state at the church from 2 to land of the Fl.sher Chorus of First 3 p.m. Baptist Cliurch. Pallbearers will be G. H. Her- • • * ring, Maunce Crawford, Noah Ste- SERVK'KS WiLL be held at 3 rbH, C. A. GoUiard, Dr. W. C. p. m. Sunday at Firt.1 BaptLst Hollaway, W. B. Miller Jr.. Cecil Church, of which he wa.s a nu-ni- I'alm and Lluis Huggias. ___ .J ^^ 'woiary escort will include nedy. pastor, and the Rev. Rob- members of Rehberg's Sunday ert E Blarkbum, pastor nf Daw- School Oa-'^s of First Baptist CivnA» /^^Kit.^U /-«V,.. ^... U I ICI liie, i^iivi.^a V i^ciii, jvia(v/biaiio Rubra, Pinit PerfecUon. Professor Sargent, Ville de Nantes and Adolph Audusson. • • • NICHE ARRAN<;EMENT8 show a great deal of imagination In carrying out this year's theme, "Camellias, Among Earth's Treasures" and the artistic arrangements and tables uphold the tradition of high quality in local shows. Nursery displays include some outstanding blooms and an unusually good showing is beUig made A good selection of new varie- by seedlings. Ues can be seen at the show, I One special feature is a display CURES majority of entries are ' of blooms grown under glass oi Moon Rise drawn from the well-known types other protective shelter. Among the i i^.m. i-uu»>. mc .niuw wm ut i:42 P. M. of former years which are still [ exhibitors are R. L. Ellis and open until 10 p.m. today and wli: smre saiu luuie wcic uii uic way from out-of-town growers. Horticultural classes Included groups of single entries, groups of three and ten as well as seedlings and blooms grown under glass. Artistic arrangements Included the niches, an open class, class for men only, tea and luncheon tables. Judging began at 11 a.m. and the doors opened to the public al Friday al the Coffee Shop and Denny's Girl, both on Forsyth St Seventeen were arrwited Tuesday 20 Wednesday and 39 Thursday u: the downtown section. One of those arrested yesterday Leon Greene of Morris Brown Col lege, said he hated to mls.s schoo but felt the cause was worth the personal trouble. "It Is worth any thing to do this." he said. However, Dan Calbos. owner manager of Denny's Grill, sale "for the life of me I can't se' Civil Air Patrol Hunts Missina Student Pilot O Nell said the single-engine T3« ATLANTA (AP)—Forty members of the Civil Air Patrol joined an aerial search Saturday for an Equador student vumi uicy ic uhviiir hi. im syiii mlsSing OH a training flight frrMn Monrlv Air TTnrPft Rnafl pathetic with some of their ob-' in V'aldosta. Jectives, but there's a slopping | Col. Robert L. O'Neii, wuig com- polnt to everything." |mander of the Georgia CAP, said ""'.......'' ' *" Calbos. who is of Greelc descent, ¡the search was being concentrated •said he had "no personal grudge i in southwest Georgia. ^^^ received a ra- against the Negro students. But | "We have no Immediate leads.'v Po" that a T28 made a pass over they're not goUig to establish a ' O'Neil said. "There are a number air field at Tlfton at 7:30 p. m . new way of Ufe down here by' of reports being tracked down and that a Fitzgerald CAP stathift coming in with a club." ! Most of these have turned out to aircraft with its engine Maximum sentence on convic-1 be civilian reports of low flymc cutting in and out about 9 p. m. Uon of' violating the anti tre.spa.sh aircrafi. and the Rln-rait proved Airports in Georgia. Fl^da and law l.s IR months Iniprisonmenl to br lndlvl^\ml inlnt.s toiiduJling Alabama also were bcln^checked nnH * <1 AAA ftriA I. --------1 ..»».-...V, >f in an offnrf Irk tn/«atA til* nWtm.
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