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   Biloxi Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 3, 1958, Biloxi, Mississippi                                 24 PAGES TODAY  Biloxi Local News -Pg. 8  Coast Entertainments -Pg. 10  Gulfport Local News-Pg. 14  Local & National Sports — Pg. 18 Herald Classifiads-Pg. 22  The  Daily He rald  Associated Press, (fl and NE A Features  Herald Building Biloxi Mississippi Coast, Monday Afternoon, November 3, 1958  Herald Building, Gulfport  Volume 75—Number 26  Cubans Brave Rebel Threats To Cast Ballots  Democrats See  GOPs  Victory, Hope For  HAVANA. . Cuba (AP)—Cubans risked rebel threats of being shot! as they voted today for a new, president and congress. |  Balloting was light in the first'-----—--  few hours after the polls opened^ | ^ at 8 a.m. but voting in Cubai; | lyrlf^f I t*P5)f*AC elections usually does not really'"» WCI VlCdiVo get under way until afternoon. j CRIES FRAUD J  ^ A cry of fraud came from rebel 1  loader-Fidel Castro even befoie Tlie  Upset  Court Upholds Conviction Of Bellew Brothers  Harrison County Seaway Group  * * *  Tuesday Will Wind Up Fight For Congress  The Mississippi Supreme Court today upheld the conviction of brothers Tommy Bellew, 55, Biloxi, and Preston Bellew, 63, White Plains, who were sentenced to three years each in Harrison County Circuit Court last December for harboring an escaped prisoner. BROUGHT TO JAIL  Harrison Sheriff J. J. Wittmann said the Bellews were brought in to county jail in Gulfport this morning by their bondsman and, The 1958 he said, were turned over to his  us Says Court Plans Drastic Ruling'  e first ballot was cast. The _ _ _ ____  rebels, who have warned Cubans!  J _  r  I WASHINGTON UP)  to bovcott the election at the riskl *  +  ¡battle for control of Chngress ta •: custody. •  of being Uain. charged in a broad-' A n order  creating the Harrison 1  pered off today with Bemocraisj Both had been at liberty under cast the results have already been County Development Commission, happily predicting a massive vi,- $3 qoo bond each since last De-prepared in arrnv barracks. Presi  an  11-member body authorized by tory and Republicans hoping and iCember  pending the outcome of a dent Fulgeneio Batista has always tlie 1958 Legislature to supervise working for a last-minute upset. ¡ mo tion for a new trial, had the backing of the Cuba, the county's ^tna' develop- Some 48 mOlion Ame^^ They were convicted of harbor-,  armv. ment. was adopted today by the decide at the polls Tuesday which'  r f nvhnv  n a , P  Morris after_he C | f/ |\  The voting took place under the-.Harrison County Board of Super- side is right in the backwash oi Saoed fronn the county ja,l in S*lUllPI K laV shadow of guns. The nation's 34- visors. |a campaign that focused more ^{J j VJCUlIUCi l\. U<Xy ,  UOO-strong armed forces were mo-'TO ORGANIZE ¡personalities than on any gripping! foj .  mur(jer  ^  Han * ock Coun .  bilized, held in barracks but ready  Th com mission is expected .to  na lL°, n . ai  .. .% v  circuit Court  to move quickly in the event of a  hnlri  ,- t _  in : Hs ,i nriraniyation meet-  Mlld wea ther—in the 50 s and ty^Circuit court, rebel uprising. ; f l  8  60's-was "the election day fore-; Morns, 33 is serving a 12-year  GUARD PRECINCTS ^ i duries--a siudy of ^ e^ei^  for most of  the nation. sentence in the state pen after  Clusters of police armed with ing- firm's report .recommending  DEIVI  GAINS SEEN automatic pistols, rifles and development of a $33 million in-; And just about every political truncheons guarded the nation's dustrial seaway.  8,521 precincts. i Board Attorney Stanford Morse ic gains.  Wide Search Is Under Way For Tiblier Body  A small shrimp boat found .with the trawl in the water and no one on board has set off a search by U. S. Coast Guard, Keesler AFB,  ★ ★ ★  May Force  Reopening  Of Schools  *-• — —«  LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) Gov. Orval E. Faubus said today  jweathervane pointed to Democrat-  vear ^ old Bav st _  pleading guilty to manslaughter in connection with the 1955 pistol slaying of Charles Flink Sr., 39-Louis business-  Retired Gulfport Druggist, Dies  Coronation Of Pope John 23rd  Slated Tjuesday *—-*  VATICAN CITY (AP)—The vast _  : basilica ' of St.. Peter's glittered  he had "pretty "reHable""inforrna- brilliant light today in prepa-tioA that the 8th U.S. Circuit ^Vim^  coronatlon of Pope  Gulfport, Pass Christian, Harri- CoUrt of Appeals at St. Louis has  j0 ™  xxnL  •  son County and civilian personn^lWpared a "drastic ruling" in the k^ 0 '^;* T \ ^ '  for the body of Antony mUer/Sl'Littie. Rock school integration , t  Sr., 898 Fayard St., Biloxi. l C ^ e ' F0RrF RFOPFNiTX - r  imony Tuesday morning-the feast  The boat was found adrift abouti  l "/ OKCfc KE °. J  E ? iI ^ G  J  , day of St Charles Rorromeo a two and on^OyflU^outh of-^^^S 1 ^^  h f r  f  d  favorite saint of the'itw ?oniif. Pass Christian Sunday and was< L " e  to attempt to  The   ceremony will parade all  identified as Tiblier's boat. It is' , , " j ,, the medieval page<;n ; ry of the Ro-  believed he fell from the boat and, s ™' u  s on an  integrated basis. ' man  Catholic Church. '  A three-judge appellate court at ! St. Louis presently has under ad-  drowned.  Reports indicate that he ar-:^ s  a ^request "for a perma- - _________________------- .  rived in the Pass Christian area |nent injunction  ,  against  ] easing  of all the ancient orders of the  not more than an hour before --  s s  ---------■ ■■ - -■•■■■  PROCESSION  A procession of representative-;.  Samuel Kenner Day, 75, retired  the boat was  iound.  ____________________ iman  ¡Gulfport druggist and honorary j LEFT HOME AT 7 A.M.  No reports of • disorder in Ha-Jr., Gulfport. said, by law, the A state-by-state survey by The! ^he Bellews denied the harbor- :  President-elect of the Mississippi His wife said that he left home  vana were heard in the hours.  earlv commission must advertise five Associated Press, updated througn| Ing charge  but several witnesses, |Staie Pharmaceutical Assn.. diedi at  7  a .m. Sunday, but it was re- tion I have may not be accurate  1  days notice of its' first meeting Sunday, showed Democrats fa- !  including  Morris, testified they Sunday night at the Franklin, La.,| ported that he d ' idn - t buy gas  for but it conforms with recent vie- '  11. i_ U „ »Ua \,'Aron T r» oontu vn Q + n IO flMLJ . . H nun/HGtinn Uor-rv,f ... . _ __.... n  public school facilities here to a  church vvi11  escbrt the ne- pontil private educational corporation.  in  majestic splendor to the main N'AACP FORECAST ;cioors of the b:\silica.  The rather alarming informa-'  0nce the  P° ntiff  P asses  through  'he door, borne on his portable   111( _ 1UUIII _ ________ w—^ „wc*,. » „^j v.^i.i^n.,0 ,,,ui 10.CM1 »iL hrone by scarlet-clad bearers, th(;  In the easternmost Oriente, the wliich will be held in the board vored to capture 8 to 12 GOP seats  a j d p U  d 'in & his'c^nce'alm^ Hospital. He had' been jfhe Wp untU aboutlo a.m. Fisher- tories" forecast" by "'the"" NAACP  cr ?, wd ' s view of the  ceremonies  center of the revolution, rebels in-'room in the county courthouse. in the Senate and 17 to 40 or more  eventualIv fle d to the west coast ! under  ^he treatment and care of  men rep0 rted seeing him as he (National Assn. for the Advance-  W1  T  U cut  °f L  tensified shooting attacks on high-! Four members of the commission m the House, with a good chance  vh h  •  was captured in  August, 115  "fPhew. Dr. Victor Feske Jr.,  fished on the west side of Pass ment of  Colored People)," Faubus ' „ Slde  V le ioy 5 r '  the  f op , e w i 1!  way and rail transport. There were appointed by the munici- to gain a couple of governorship*  195?  tor the past month. Christian near Henderson Point, said, adding: "The NAACP al-  wal \ u P. hve  red-covered steps to  were some clashes with govern-palities of Biloxi. Gulfport, Long as well j Continued On Page Two RETIRED IN MAY  and he  had turned east the last ways has known in advance what' 1  ir^"^ „.;,,  ment tr,x> P s. , Beach and Pass Christian, five GOP National Chairman Meade|-- Mr Dayi upon hig retireme nt:time he was seen. ¡was going on in these cases." .y^f^ /f g , fn f f KS  Batista's candidate for presi- were appointed by the supervisors, ^-icorn repeated tor a television- D. a li C AUf  Mav Cl ft Of» A A T'OIPP r\f <-» A r-» f 1 r-111 i mi .1 t_ 1 _____ _ J» ' A ol/nr} i-TU^ J ____I  dent, former Premier Andrew Ri- rind 'tvn were appointed bv Gov. .audience Sunday his earlier pre- £XP©Cf DMT W vero Aguero, was generally ex-J. P. Coleman. jdictiqff -of "some very startling-- -  pected to win. The opposition is OTHER BUSINESS upsets' to help the Republicans.j yQfgS J|| jtCSi©  divided among three candidates—  T Kll  , ;noce t , av .  1 In  Fairbanks, Alaska, Vice  f' Finer President Ramon Grau ^  ot ! v l b  J  Uhln 5 s ^ to  J  da> .;,  s  V President Nixon said the Repuu-San Martin, Carlos Marquez Ster-  criinv Q nMMIim , .. , ernors In   In other business today:  The board received and   ma ^ 1II \,V ai ^ i>  over for study a petition requesting |„71Ivë"D'emocraUc"-ov  ling and Alberto Salas Amaro.  an nrHinanpp 7nninp .  fhp  ^e^wat,  n \!,. U _ em .°_': I . atlC ,? 0 , V   Suspension of constitutional guar  antees curtailed campaigning.  Supporters of Castro  er Park subdivision, east of  GO p governors, he said, Repub-  seekino-  Ed "'°' vVa '- >r Guli Holel> as a resi " lican a  candidates are vulnerable ® dential area. ' p au j  M . Butler, the Democrats  last May alter 46 years of continu-j  The  engine of the boat was off, Asked if he felt it would be pos- pontiffs ri'^ht while the 51 cardi-ous pharmaceutical"1 s e r vi c e, btlt the Co ast Guard said the igni- sible for the appellate court to £ aIs prC sent for the coronation go to Coast residents, was honored on. tion switch was  turned on. Tiblier force reopening of the schools, through the long rite &L doing a special Sam K. Day recognition! possiblv fell from the boat  while Faubus said: "They could declare -whence to thc ; r sovereign  , ^^ r, 'i ay  . an< ?  3t  ! r ce ^ ei  £  noni ^ s  ^¡it was in motion. ' * | unconstitutional the act under  The  Pope will mount the porta-  JACKSON, Miss. (AP^ Fewer Coast pharmacists and friends. | •  Ch  -  t -  Her . which I closed the schools arid h'e throne a*ain to bo r-rriM inM  than 60.000 of Mississippi's 450.00Cj The body will be brought to GuIf-! be  r  rt ° U ^ [an ^  Sheriff  j j '  Witt . then direct the Little Rock School the basilica itself while the foreign  ^t JWc «ft«™-------' -- ^ ♦.......— .. guests are escorted- to their places  laid ¡i cans bave a  g 0 bd chance of oust  an ordinance zoning _ the Edgewat- IS^therTtaíef whiT n^^^^^ Ä^ 93 '^^^™^ ^^Im^, Shannon Pkkich and"Èlwôod  Bo  T  ard  ¿0 reopen them.  "¡in Tuesday's general election. ,Funefal Home and the service will!Thhl'ev i^ini? the Sanson boat  ! Le gality of the school closing of honor." "j "The vote will be very, ' very.be held Tuesday afternoon at 3 ™ ej : n  TihllrTtrawler recently passed in a special  P0 PEVVIIL]  • light," estimated Secretary ofio'clock. from First Methodist  twed  , ' f 'session of the Arkansas Legisla- "  ; State Heber Ladner, "because¡Church with the Rev. Dr. Clyde Mr. Tiblier has two children,  t  .  invokpri hv FanhlI<! Spnt   !  .  0n _. the  W.  pre-election headlines are blamed "  pHti(  nresented bv ^T 1 ', JJULiei  •  L " e  State ______________, - - „  for the crash of a big Cuban Attornov Thomis E Wiltz "I 110031  i 311 ™ 3 ' 1 '  saidin .  a  L   TV  there are no statewide contests..!h. Gunn, pastor, officiating.' Inter- Anthony Jr. ......._  o  ,  turboprop airliner Saturday night ^^¿d/teontained^Sn'iui^ ^f"??'  h ' S pa , r - y  ^fc " P  Only a bond issue or other issuement wiU be in Southern Memor- Charles J. Sinopoli Jr Gulfport,  school was h  ^ ^  17 um.H  said  contained signatuies ot 3  or  4 governorships. 11 or 12 Sen-, of  ^ cal import ance will attract theiial Park. ' ■  P y   L PRAY  to the central altar'  "because I Church with the Rev. Dr. Clyde Mr. Tiblier has two children, ture*and"invoked^^^  Biloxi, and Mrs. 2 to  C iose tte ri v'. fnnr S  ihe Po P e slo P  t0  P ra >'  at the   : chapel of the Holy Sacrament on  in which 17 persons were killed. .. about 80  ^  cenr o{  the sub- ate seals "and" 47.Hous^" seatl  One of the three survivors said  division residents.  IKE FIGHTS  [one brother, Robert, Biloxi; and voters." | Mr. Day, a life-time honorary one sister, .Ml-s. Ray Canaan.  Only a few such local issues are 1 member of the Mississippi State! at stake. j Pharmaceutical Assn., worked at  a state  four rebel ^nmea_ commandeered  A zoning plan set  forth in a pro-  the -plane on the flight, from Mi- ■ ,  resolution W iltz said sets Prospects of a strong Democrat---------------------,  ami. telling the pilot, "This will ' r J  a  1  , . irn ;,o r tn r pstrirMnns  ic  upsurge brought President E>: The onlv statewide race on the'Liberty and Amory before coming! be in all the newspapers of • 5 nri^ nal nrooertv title senhower out fighting during the ballot is that of Sen. Jofe Stenms.to BUoxi in 1907 for Grant's Drug 1  world." - rtwHt ffp cairi thp nlan was de campaign. From coast to coast lie <D-Miss> who is unopposed in hi>| Store where he remained until  DEATH THREAT \ Sned to preserve the status' blasted  ^ Democrats as left-bid for a third term. ,1912. Known as Kenner to his fam-  - Castro's rebels - threatened to quo." " I wing dominated ••gloomdogglers'; M^sLssippi's^ix U^ Represen.^andclosen^ds m tenorj-j  shoot any of the 10,000 candidates In another zoning matter, Board  to °  div ' lded civd  and tatives all Democrat? in thisiern1 part ^ TllrZ  :   on „«K t „ other issues to be able to govern'strong Democratic state, also are m Biloxi that he became Known oy  ¡unopposed for re-election. his first name. He was called by  Democrats, former  ed that they also risked their lletter from Dr. B. Z. Welch. ei ^f ctlve )y-  lives. requesting that property located on'_ For the democrats tormer  They have killed five candi- West Beach boulevard to east of President Truman, Adlai E. Ste-  dates, including four running for.Rodenberg avenue, the west city  v enson and other party leaders Congress. They have attacked limits of Biloxi, be zoned as a resi- Paused the Republicans of lack-polling places, destroyed regis-dential area. ■ ing leadership. Truman even ae  rations and warned that the elec i Dr. Welch stated -he understood  cu f ed  President of surrender-  Two Dionnes Now Mothers  Caught; Biloxsan At Large  court. It has not been challenged in federal court.  PARCHMAN, MISS. (AP)—State his numerous Coast friends a n d penitentiary guards captured a customers as Mr. Sam. 33-year-old Negro convicr who flea  OPE'NED DRUG STORE  When it was learned that the  a cotton-picking detail Thursday.  Heavy Barrage Of Red Shells it Quemoy Isle  > the right side of the basilica. He will be carried then to the chape! of St. Gregory, on the left side of the basilica, where he will be clothed in the brilliant vestments of the coronation.  The pontiff then, will be carried to the central  o  altar, stopping on the. way to be" reminded, ;  by the burning of flax, of the passing glory of the world. The Pope himself will begin the solemn high Pontifical Mass with the recitation of the confiteor at the central  TAIPEI (AP)—Communist guns  L /° n 01   ¡opened up on the Quemoys today _ ,, ..  p m  .  The convict, Sammie Lee Mur- with the heaviest bombardment;^' ^hp .pntr^ h^ronv  Great Southern Pharmacy was for ray, was picked up Sunday in a'seven weeks.  ;  .carried to tne central oaicony,  sale, the late Vassar Anderson and cafe in Greenwood surrendered j The Nationalist Defense Minis- 'hundreds"^ thousands^" dheering  tion would be bloody in all six an oil company was holding an op- ^  t0  the Communists m Korea in MONTREAL (AP)-Two of the ;C aude Causey 0^ Gulfport went to ¡peacefully, said Supt. Bill Har-, try said 36,431 shells hit the is-  s tators _  provinces , tion on property located at the  th | armistice there ( Dionne quin t U plets now are moth- ¡Biloxi >  and prevailed upon Mr. Day'pole. JJands between -noon and 6 p.m. j  y  The  three,tiered gold, jewel-en-  The government'in turn warned Rodenberg-West Beach junction'  u  Easily 016  Political discovery of' e rs. Annette, Mrs. Germain Al- to help them buy the pharmacy 1 Murray was serving the second .This latest figure almost tripled  crusted  tiara wUl be placed on  that votine is oblieatorv for all and olanned to construct a filling  the year 1S Re P u bhcan Nelson  lard gave birth  Sunday to a boy'and organize a new drug store. In  of tvvo foU r-year sentences for au-jthe one announced earlier-12,822  the  p 0 p e ' s  head. The Pope then  men Indwomeno^erll It de stationonthesite - Rockefeller, the glad-handing, 50 ¡weighing 8 pounds. 1 ounce. I^ne 1912, Day Drug Co. Inc wa S ; tomobile the f t  at the time of his I projectiles between noon and 5:3^-J n p ? on ounce ^the benediction  clared it was determLd to pro The request was turned over to  year f d   r  multimillionaire whoj  The  24-year-old mother and her organized m Gulfport In 1935 Mr  c |p . m . ./¡urbi et orbi-to the city of Rome  Srvo^Sd^SaS tX bS »oierXrby for a ^ ported, doing well at^^^to^^g store ^atj  During his flight ,  H arpole said, ANNOUNCE NUMBER ^  V  ! and  the world.  use of -the 34,000-man army and check of existing zoning laws, the 7,500 national police.  ^ ,, • . ta .. ) a suburban hospital. 1  John Collins Biloxi architect ^ orKs Demo " rat ; c Gov -  Av :i Annette and Allard were mar- street, which became a  T> ,■ u • J ■ J V, T »ff i Tv^ii cn  ere11  Harnman, 0 has several 1   HpH nrt . iow xi^ c-ct^ landmark.  Police are manning barricades and R. J. Moran. county term su-  t of .  mi i lions himselfi  ' ned 0ct   the corner of 25th avenue and 14th.... , , . . ,  m    business ! Murray had stolen two more cars.  ' Meanwhile, another escapee re-  around polling stations with submachineguns  armed Derintendent, informed the board I  construction of the new $100,000 CALIFORNIA  12, 1957. Her sister hor _  y  ,  10 1883  mained at' large. He is Aarc$ !Sfa e, bofs S ept P í5. iPPe Langl ° ÍS '|at ¿be^ty Thï ÎTof"SM: ¡Bureaux,^ea^ ^  Police and arrny squads carried county home for the indigent, lo-' In California, Sen. William F. out searches for hidden arms up catpd on the farm, has been com- Knowland and Gov. Goodwin J through the election eve. ■ pleted.  All the candidates promised to! •  c °nUnued Op Pa.ee rwo bring peace to Cuba. Each ex-j  pressed confidence in his election. II C \A/gll T|«v  Batista ran Cuba from 1933, »■j  when he led a-group of sergeants TL 2 J |  IIHf1 M  in a revolt, until 1944, and again ■ iBBrU JaUiiai since he overthrew President Carlos Prio Socarras in 1952. He has  Probe In Week  NEW PRESIDENT OF BEEKEEPERS  and Polly Butler Day. He gradu-|who is serving a term forearmed ated from the School of Pharmacy | robbery.  ¡at Tulane University in 1901 and; Boudreau fled the prison laun passed the Mississippi Board of  Leon pharmacist that same year.  Knight, running for each other's job, seemed to be fighting each;  other as much as they fought the! JACKSON, Miss. (AP)  Democrats. Result: Knowland was!niompson of Cleveland, a com-j~ in 1942, Mr. Dav married Miss!-expected to lose to Democrat Ed- imer cial beekeeper, is the new Norma Dickey, formerly of Gulf- ' mund Pat Brown and Knight waslp res ; de nt of the Mississippi Bee- port.  less than an even choice against ¡keeper  Assn  j ^  Day> a  former Rotarian,  Rep. Clair Engle. i other officers elected last week 1  was a member of First Methodist:  Here is how the leading races| were  Holden Homan of Shannon,¡Church, a Mason and a Shriner. IN THE DAILY HERALD  For the first time Peiping radio The ceremonies are expected to announced the number of shells last ■ from four to five hours.  thrown at the islands. Peiping said j -  12,000 shells were fired. I "LI-**--,*  M   The Communist radio said it had; lieurr UpGlQlSOn given a "-timely warning" to is* 1 -! * • - ■ n w 1 landers of bombardment on the Aired BV IMeW ¡even datqs of the month—a day * •  ..  4 u  , f  dry with another convict who wa,  for unre ^ ricted shoo ting under Orleans SfflfSOlY  Pharmacy to become a registered ¡captured within an hour.  thg  c ommun i sts ; calendar for, ^  CU  rflUJfiUII  40 years Jigo  every-other-day warfare.  The Nationalists said they returned the fire. "  ? h ?. pe .. up in Associated Pres ' s  queen producer, vice president;! Other than Mrs. Day,_he isjsur-¡NOV., 3, 1918  H. P. Rushing has. bought  promised to hand over his office  to the winning candidate when his 1  WASHINGTON iAP>—The Unit-' survey:  Prof. C. A. Wilson of Mississippijvived by two brothers, Carey Day,  current four-year term expires -d States will launch its third Airi NEW YORK — Rockefeller fa- State University, secretary-treasu-!Rolling Fork and Horace Day,  NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Television cameras peered into the   more  Ä e—- M  CONVOY REPORT  ¡night, as surgeons corrected a pa-  Feb. 24.  the property of A. H.THftlps,  Rebel Seizure Of Plane Causes Deaths Of 17  Force lunar probe within a week vored over Harriman, Hogan over T er; and Homer Tate of the State Natchitoches, La.; four gisters, i oca te<ì c  at 669 Lameuse St.,  or so the National Aeronautics Keating. 'Plant Board, L. B. Davis of Le- M™- Alice HoUmger, Smackover,!  Biloxi .  and Space Administration an-; CALIFORNIA — Brown far land: W. W. Wicht of Hattiesburg, Ark.; Mrs. Demans Gardner, and ; nounced todav. ahead of Knowland, Engle slight-and N. C. Jensen of Macon, mem- Maprice Smith, McComb;  The official announcement was ly leading Knight, coupled with a formal estimate| PENNSYLVANIA—Gov. George 1 '  that the third effort has "one in m. Leader (D) favored over Rep. SMALL CRAFT REPORT 25" chances of reaching the vicin- Hugh Scott for Senate, Pittsburgh ity of the moon. Mayor David Lawrence tar  NASA declined to say on the ahead of Arthur T. McGonigle for record when the third moon shot governor  ¿Vila. majui n-c " *, «U.V-U111U, „„ YEARS AGO ¡bers'of the executive committee.  ,and  M,rs r  ! Mamie McArthur, Hous- *  n .. rv  „ FB1Tn   ton, Miss.  IN THE  DAILY HERALD ;_;__NOV. 3, 1938  The Suez Canal was built by al Fire of undetermined origin French company, under the lead-| destroyed the Anniston Hotel  at Mississippi City this morn-from 1859 to 1869. I ing. _  Coastal winds: Mostly east <f>n the Texas coast, otherwise variable winds 5-15 miles per hour ership of Ferdinand de Lesseps.i  ¡through Tuesday.  or Policing A-Tests Ban  HAVANA, Cuba (AP^-The Cu-  wiU be  attempted. Standard ref- :  CONNECTICUT - Thomas J  CAI/ICTf  aw«- ^^.  hA . Tf   ban government today planned to erence books that set forth the Dodd (D) favored to unseat Sen.i5UVlET5 WILLING TO HAVE CONTROL POST5 ... demand special protection for Cu- P hases of  the moon and the times . William A, Purtell, Democratic' ban airliners and passengers in  of the  y ear ;  when  ^ is relatively Gov. Abraham A. Ribicoff far the United States as the result of nearer the earth indicate the best ahead of challenger Fred R. Zen-rebel seizure of a plane which time to shoot for the moon would er.  crashed and killed 17 persons. : come up in :  the period of three or; OHIO — Sen. John W. Brickei The three survivors said four  four  days starting Nov. 7. ¡(R) apparently assured re-election  Cuban rebels commandeered the  At  a news conference, Dr. Hugh but Democrat Michael V. Disalle big Viscount' turboprop airliner  L - Dryden. deputy administrator 1  favored over incumbent C. Wii Saturday night on a flight from  of  the NASA: cautioned against ham O'Neill for governor. Miami to Varadero Beach, 87 any great i optimism about the .* WEST VIRGINIA — GOP Sens, miles east of Havana. shoot. Chapman Revercomb and John D.  The wreckage was spotted Sun- "If we are very fortunate, we Hoblitzell Jr., in ^ uphill fight day in shallow waters of the Bay  ma y achieve trajectory and veloc-' against Rep. Robertt C. Byrd ana  GENEVA (AP) — The Soviet RDIXOKI KILLED Union is willing to have interna- ""V Ji.i""r ■  tional control posts on her terri- ON CYPRUS I5LE  tory to police a nuclear test ban, j  NTrosTA  rvnrus (API Soviet Delegate Semyon Tsarap- !  W^ 05 »^. Cyprus [An  kin has told a delegation of Britili; gunmen shot and killed a 71-year- oi d  c/rman Alexan-  mothers. ¡old British civilian in Nicosia to-  der Fugg who con f esse d to spy-  . Z.?" 1611 a neWS Confer ' day. ;ing for Soviet headquarters in  SPY ARRESTED IN WEST BERLIN  BERLIN (AP)—West Berlin po-  Unofficial reports said a Nation- !tient ' s heart  condition. , alist convoy was en route tb Que- The successful heart operation, 'mov at the time of the first heavy viewed over station WDSU-TV barrage. The Defense Ministry. here, was a prelude to a meeting said only that there were no Na- of the Southern \Medical Assn.. tionalist ships on the Quemoy Spokesmen for, the association  bea ^ b _ ¡said the special' production was to  This was an odd-numbered or help overcome public fear of sur-"shelling dav" under the day-on, gery. It was the first live TV dav-off firing timetable . pro- presentation of surgery, in the claimed by Peiping Oct. 25.\^ed Gulf States area. China then advised the Nation- i Some 6,000 physicians from over alists to send supply convovs onlv the South began arriving here for on even-numbered days of the the beginning of the group's 52nd month. The Reds promised -to'annual meeting, which, lasts withhold artillery fire from beach-  ( through Thursday, es and airstrios on even days but 1 Th| e patient in the heart opera-said they might fire at them on tion was born with a lesion known • the odd days.  as a  Patent ductus arteriosis. The  The Nationalists insist that Que-'condition stems from impaired-mov is well stocked now with sup- heart development and circula-plies and ammunition. Reliable es-.'tory system before birth.  timates said the offshore island Jias at least a 90-day stockpile.  WEATHER NEWS  Two vital blood vessels, which must be independent of each other' if the body is to receive the proper amount of blood-, were disconnected. Once during the opera- • tion, the surgeon paused briefly to explain his work to televiewers, masked and gowned television  SOUTHEASTERN MISSISSIPPI:  of" Nipe near Preston, in rebel- ity control sufficient to position ■ former Rep. Jennings Randolph.  ence today  about" an 'interview „ ~ ,  nr  , 'l" 8 » 1 ^ lirriLriwr^'»«'?^'?  c,oud y  Md  ^  toiay ani !<:anieramen and technicians han-  infested Oriente Province ¡the prob-j in the vicinity of the! UTAi - Sen. Arthur V. Wat-1 with Tsaraokin He did not sav I The Briton, Charles Woods, was East Berlin since 1953. He was,  da fair and cool  tonight, I died, the broadcasting equipment,  ^ ^ .  |kins (R) leadi Son Frank  E. Xther Se^Soviet Union would  the 18th Britisher ki » ed since  ° cL ai T est f d Au f'  20  f   aS  high today 67-71. low tonight '48- one large camera set back at an*  Moss (D) in past few days appar-  in "f s t that operators of control.: When the Greek Cypn0t under :  out of  P^ne from West Ger-; 32 f  hi h Tuesd a y  68-72; variable angle from the operating ta-_r ____ /-._„ " 1&1:>L ulclL  opeiaiors oi control^ . c DO Wtis tr, nnito the c and many Hi«; arrest was keot secret - ic „.:i„ r .---, .  6  . , ___.. ____V .  SEIZE PLANE  The Cubana Airline said Fidel Castro rebels seized the plane to :  make headlines for their move- 1   ment on the eve of the Cuban na- ^mIamw« ^knea tional election today but they i WllUaC  caused it to crash when theyi ii?ninnH""T m-PinlP  forced the pilot to attempt a land- NEW ORLEANS fAPi-Startled !Roland J '  bteinle "  In Kl/a«i#  !ently  P ulled ah ead of former Gov. I WO 111 new J. Bracken Lee, independent.  WISCONSIN — Sen. William Proxmire favored to retain seat delegates for Democrats over Republican, f ere nce at^Uhe  posts in her territory be Soviet citizens, they reported. American, British and Soviet [their formal con-lace of Nations  ¡ground, seeking to unite the island many. His arrest was kept secret with Greece, launched its new until today. ' anti-British offensive. Of the 18,  seven were civilians.  ing7n darkness o"n "an^strlp that I residents of a 'local hou sing" prof-j ^le^B^^ iSI ^^  exchange  h  S -  wfs too small. ;ect looked out their windows yes-;£ ^«iffili British women came • he  [on policing a test^ ban today after DANISH COMMIES  INVITE DISASTER  here  ect looked out their windows yes-' . , T T ,  T n - | -..............— ---------—  . terday to see a police squad car: Baltimore Mayor i nomas J. u -  to ask all  ^ ree a t 0 mic nations to COPFNHAGEN Denmark (AP) - chasing another auto through their ; fl-andro but^ D^rat J Mi-  jtake tbe  initiative in ending tests ^e Daniih CommunS^arty to  as too small.  Those killed .were the four gun  hers', three f °othe C r Ub CubanT'Ld ^x courtyards and across their side^ !ard Tawes far ^ahead of Rep. Regardless of what any other na-  naturalized Americans born in  at s P eeds U P  73 miles ;i n ^ r  Devereux tor gov tion does.   n  . an hour.  (  eniur.  in; r^n* w»«: fhp second 1 The officer s fired several warn-j MINNESOTA - Rep. Eugene J.  seized in^ flight Tince Oct. 21 On shots ■ into the. air before|McCarthy <D, given very slight  NATO'S FORCES BEING CONVERTED  PARIS (AP)  General Lauris  winds 5-15 miles per hour; Wed-  b i e anc j another special camera.  nesday increasing cloudiness and mild, low 50-54, high 70-74.  The special camera, only one of its kind in the world, used a 'mirror on the end of an adjusta-  Mississippi: Partly cloudy this  ble boom to reflect  ^  surgica i afternoon, tonight, and Tuesday ;  arga  with no important temperature :  Thg   Norstad said today the ground forces of the North Atlantic Al-  changes.  electronic impulses were | relayed by way ,of the Charity  U. S. Weather Station located ' Hospital roof through the WDSU-  liance are rapidly being converted i a t Biloxi Yacht Club 24 hours ;  TV transmitting antenna.  „ ,. stODDine three Negroes in the car'edge °ver Sen. Edward J. Thye.i  that date, an authontaUve^ source  S aid^ - 2?0 a m - Si INDIANA - Democrat Vance 1  said, two rebels among the pas-; were in a hurry t0 t to the Ha rtke appears to have very nar-  sengers seized a DC3 with 12 other;  Qrleans Fairgrounds  racetrack.; row lead over Gov. Harold W, .  persons aboard on a domestic  The trac ji.  doesn > t open unt ji ! Handley for seat of retiring GOP nantly rejected a Soviet protest  ITALY REJECTS SOVIET PROTEST  ROME (AP) —"Italian Premier Amintore Fanfani today "indig-  -ine uauiwi ^mmv^ -^  missi]e  warfare and will num- j ended at 6 p.m. day appeared to have invited^ , .. . . , . »  flight from Cayó Mambi to Mao Bay.  SHOOT PILOT  Thanksgiving.  Dave White,  36. of Detroit,;  Sen. William E. Jenner.   ; Mich., the driver, was booked for; PRQBE FOR ARSON  The rebels shot" that pilot in the  s ix traffic violations. Nathaniel! .. . _-|_l i D P» ,. __ arm and forced him to divert the  ;  Jackson, 18, of Detroit, and Lu- IN THIRD dLAZc flight to Cananove. The crew of ther Bonnafon of New Orleans  against construction of U.S.-  ! t h e  Executive Committee and equipped missile bases in Italy. ! pus hedi through a resolution accus-"Soviet Russia has no righting  him of  trying to swing the whatsoever to interfere in Italy's |  party from  socialism.  internal affairs, and matters per-; _  taining to national defense are]  - , , , .. jj^t—'ber some 100 battalions'of rocket-; High Low Noon Prec. C««.»«««  wholesale desertion; and disaster .  b 1963 _ .  ;  ..... «  52  ..¡PCHTIS farmer  at the polls with the ouster of its ^  ; ; ,  longtime Titoist chairman, Aksel Norstad, who is supreme com-, Nov. 2.....70 5 ••   La P sen  ■ mander of NATO forces in Nov. 3..........51 68  Larsen resigned his chairman- !^^^^^^^^I U. S. WeaS^ation located ship Sunday after /osco^  at the 0 S  Navy Base in Gulf-members at The Party Congress excluded 10 of his supporters from  three and a Cuban soldier pas- were boioked senger were reported still held by ; charges. . the rebels, but the other eight  on vagrancy  JACKSON, Miss. (AP) - The £££ 'ANNIVERSARY OF  third fire in as many days m the  m an for the Premier said. ICPIITNIK IS NOTED  nearby Pearl community sparked; The Soviet note had been ex-j  port 24 hours ended at 5 p.m  High Low Noon Prec.  ¡Nov. 1. ¡Nov. 2. Nov. 3.  .67 .69  50 48 47  64  CHINA REDS PUT ^OWN REBELLION  HONG KONG (AP)—The Chi- _  nese Communists have put down trnpsrACT  two Moslem rebellions this year j ^^^^Tto Nov 8:   m  " ort . h 71 st China " . Mississippi, Eastern Louisiana  Official Communist news reports | and Arka ^ as:  Temperatures 1 to  Candidate For School Board  Darris D. Farmer of Orange  0Q1  Grove  community formally an-nounced his candidacy for member of the Harrison County. Board of Education from Beaf 2, subject to the election Tuesday, November 4.  He made the following statement:  I have long been keenly inter-  received in Hong Kong said the  3 degrees below normal near the coast and near normal elsewhere, jested in developing and maintain-Normal minima 40 to 50 interior!ing good rural schools, and was a  uasseneers were allowed to return'RIVER STAGES an investigation for. possible arson, pected since the announcement in| MOSCOW (AP) - The Soviet revolts were sparked April 4 and  to their homes 1 Fascagoúla River at Merrill, 1  Constable J. B. , Torrance said, September that the United States'press today marked the first anni- June 1 by the top Chinese Mos- ____________________ _________________  _ _____________________ _ ^  A spokesman for the Cuban For-ÍMiss., 5.6  1  feet, no change. Fore-  the home of  Claude Williams Jr., and Italy had agreed to set up'versary of the launching of Sput-;lem leader, Ma Chen Wu, vice  anc j  50  to 58 near the coast. Nor-jtrusteé of Orange Grove Consolid-f>li?n Ministry said as a result of cast, little change next 48 hours.; rented by Randy Cashian, burned launching bases in Italy for inter-!nik II and its passenger dog Laika 1  chairman of the Chinese Islamic : ma l maxima 62 to 73. Only minor ated school for 12 year» During   s 3  - "— 1  .....*  T " RnnHov mediate range ballistic missiles asjwith the boast that the "leading Assn. and a member of the Na-idaily changes. Precipitation light that time Orangé Grove was de  part of the North Atlantic Alii- land of socialism" had paved the j tional Committee of the Commu- to moderate in occasional rain lat- veloped into one of the outstanding lance's defense chain. , 'way to outer space for mankind, nist party. Iter part of week.  1  Continued On Page Two  the capture of the four-engine Viscount Saturday, the Cuban gov-CoattatMd On Pace Two  Pearl River at Pearl River, La.  \  4.6 feet, up l.j Forecast, little change next 4tr hours.  to the ground Sunday.  Earlier, a tire garage and a cafe wera destroyed by lire.   

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