Laurel Leader Call, June 22, 1961

Laurel Leader Call

June 22, 1961

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Laurel Leader Call (Newspaper) - June 22, 1961, Laurel, Mississippi TODAY'S THOUGHT Good manners and good speech are the magic master key* to the good life. Laurel Leader-Call Serving Southeastern Mississippi Free Downtown Parking For Our Customers High Today 72* OIIM Weather Details under Briefs. 50th Year No. 64 Laurel, Miss., Thursday, June 22, 1961 Daily Since 1911 Five Cents Czech Alien1 “WJ . n    ,    Plan    Failed Is Prepared To Flee U. S. Eichmann JERUSALEM (AP)    Adolf    j Eichman testified today lie tried to save Europe's Jew.' by creating a homeland for tile in on the I island of Madagascar. UNITED NATIONS. NY (AP)    with    Nacvalac    in a    New    York —Czechoslovak U.N, Delegate Mi-    restaurant,    had    tried to    enlist rosiny Nacvalac planned to leave    him    as a    spy.    The    protest said for home today to escape doporta-    that    alter    he turned    them    down, ti on as a spy.    Hie U.S. mission to Hie U.N. de- Tho 39-yeai -old diplomat, No. 3 sanded that lie leave the cooliman in his country' U N dclega- tr-v-lion,    had reservations on a    Wanted to Defect French airliner for himself, lie Toe State Depai Client The former Gestapo colonel Si Ult : he Wife and two Nacvalac, a government < vakia's top s had rejected ■ ma I son. US ic CU -c-i Dy the of bein:’, C/.er ho-lossy in the country, an collie!' U. S. de mand that In' leave lie country Status Is Revoked He changed his plans after Washington announced i: had revoked his vatu, as a member of Czechoslovakia s IJ N mis ion, making him an alien in the country illegally Tile United State' raid he could ephor leave voluntarily or be deported Czechoslovakia and N icvalac —denied the U.S. char :e.s and accused the United States of violating the “headquarters" agreement between the United Slates and the U N,, which establishes the special rights and diplomatic Immunity of foreign diplomats accredited to the U N. A spokesman for the Czechoslovak delegation said his govern-! ment would continue to press in) the U.N. to prove that the United States had no light to oust Nacvalac. The Communist bloc was expected to matte extensive use of the incident in its campaign to move U N. headquarters from New York to Vienna or some oth- n]fn return to •r “neutral" European city. said he coned “Madagascar plan" that was .jug vied around in iv.;th Nazi circle! In 1910 but never got past    the paper stage. Eichmann identified prim apa J portions of the plan as his    own particularly a study ol climate in reply Ianc* living conditions on    the said Nacvalac had indicated he! French island off the East wanted to defect and that he was can coast, ordered out after lie showed ho The defendant, accused of a was    not sincere On Tuesday, in!    joe    role in the Nazi    extei a detailed note to U N. Secretary-!    tion    of six million Jews, di General    Dag    Hammarskiold. the j explain how or when the United    States    charged    Nacvalac I ga sea r scheme foundered Mid    $1,700 over a three-year pc-    has    produced evidence    thai nod    to a U.S. Army language in-    lei-.    Heinrich Himmler    and GOP Senator Urges Solid Berlin Stand Would Erase All Signs Of Uncertainty struetor in Monterey, Calif., for t a po chief Reinhard Hcydrieh information on students at the dried on mass extermination Army Language School.    tile final solution of the Jov Tile instructor, a naturalized problem" early rn nill American of Czech origin, worked Hitler, in published account.' in cooperation with the FBI and his informal nightly convrr.Mt .cive Nacvalac false information, I over tea, said he rather fav< hie United States said.    I    the Madagascar scheme for The U.S. note to Hammarskjold I while because conditions ti also charged that Nacvalac was! would eventually wipe on: “chief of Czechoslovak civilian I Jews. intelligence operations in the! On the witness stand for United States.”    I    (Continued    On    Page    Eleven) Maritime Strike Grows Worse NEW YORK First Time It, was the til t lime the U.S. government had forced the recall of a diplomat attached to a U N delegation. Previously tho United States had successfully demanded the withdrawal of Soviet U.N secretarial employes accused of espionage activities. Czechoslovakia protested to the UN. secretariat last weekend that earlier in tile week two U.S. Intelligence agents, at a meeting,1 Dillon Urges Aid Approval WASHINGTON (AP    Secre tary of the Treasury Douglas Dillon says tile administration’s long-range foreign aid program was based on flat' assumption of continuing “cold war tension." Dillon appealed for congressional approval of the program in testimony Wednesday before Hic House Foreign Affairs Committee. He said the administration did not take into account the mounting East-West pressures over Berlin in planning the program. How-) ever, the secretary, who served In the Eisenhower administration j as undersecretary of state, the Soviet threat to Berlin “very serious.” (AP) Longshore- the liner    Constitution    and    the the docks today I cruise    ship    Santa Rose    also    w ere tier a one-day work stoppage j canceled. that    crippled    tile port of Newt York    1 Most Are At Sea But    the    week-old nationwide! Most    of the 946 passenger ships, maritime strike grew worse. Tile dry cargo ships and tankers Bynum ber of immobilized American- ring the American flag are at sea flag ships rose to at least 150 in j and will    not be    tied up    until    thej 30 ports on the East. West and reach a    United    States    port. Gulf coasts.    The longshoremen at a mass Negotiations were ni a stale-!meeting Wedne. day were ut mate as the impact of the strike by their leaders to .support ;deepened. More industries — es-.'strike of 80.OOO ships' officers penally oil plants—were hit. crewmen. But there was Taft-Hartley    rank-and-file opposition A group of    oil producers in The    ILA is not direr j Texas asked President Kennedy j in the strike, but its rn I to Invoke the Taft-Hartley Acy'have been refusing to eros. and obtain a court order for an time union picket lines. 80-day cooling-off period. The plea; Much of the rally was devoted was made in a telegram by tho) to criticism of the waterfront North Texas Oil and Gas Associa- commission of New York Harbor, tion,    a New' Yolk State-New Jfrsey One of the ships knocked out agency created to combat crime of service was the United States—japd racketeering on the water-Queen of the    American fleet—! front. which was to    sail for Europe) The    commission is    seeking    to Saturday with    1.700 vacation- obtain    broader powers    of    policing bound passengers, its largest list! the pier.-.    And the ILA is bitterly of the year. Friday’s .sailings of I opposed. WASHINGTON (AP)    Sen Jacob K. Javits, R-N.Y , offered a resolution today to put the Senate on record as backing a firm policy for continued support of West Berlin He said it would help erase “any ambiguity in U.S. policy” that may have been raised by the suggestion of Senate Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield ot Montana for an internationally protected “free city” of both East and West Berlin. Rapt Mansfield Stand In a speech prepared for delivery in the continuing debate over the Berlin crisis, Javits .•-aid that if Mansfield’s .suggestion were accepted, “all of Berlin would be Communist in six months—and Germany would be ■ n , .    .    .divided forever."    1 I Ben rded Bernard Jerome, ne United stat€Si JavlM de.| I Brows tips hic hat and shouts j clared. must safeguard its obliga-l “Viva United States” on his way) Hon to remain iii Berlin with the j I to arraignment before the U S :sam' coolness and the same de-!    .    n. _ ... j termination that the Russians are rom nits*, loner in San Diego. Calif J UMnj, not only on th4t fron, M oil charge of sabotaging com-J on others.''    j mumcatioris towers in Utah andi “I would be the last to say that Is Charged As Saboteur Plugging the June 28 visit of the Red Cross Bloodmobile are these winners in o poster contest among Junior Red Cross members. From left:    Linda Coughlin, Gory Kennedy, George Part-low, Bob Greene (holding his first ploco poster), Foye Monzfngo and Frank McKenzie.    (Stoff Photo By Welborn.) Nevada. Community Bloodmobile Project Brings Everybody Into The Act Senate Leader Will Act As Governor I this is not without risk.” t' ; New] York Republican continued, “but An effort to make the Red Cresstjiessful, long-term program which Auxiliary, I would be the first to say that, Bloodmobile visit to Jones County .spreads the work and responsibili-1Knights of it is a risk which if not taken is a truly "Community" project is,ty, and at the same time, insures likely to lead to reverses far j rapidly rounding into shape, ac- the .success of this vital community worse In character — and could'cording to chairman Walley Ra- project Laurel Lions Pythias, Busine.' Professional Women, Curl Council and Tri Zells Club, s and Scout [bairn.    Various organizations have prom-    Key    ( lub boys and the Jun- "We believe we have a setup ised active assistance to the pro- 1(J! Red Cross arc <!■ im; some of to insure more than enough donors 1 gram. A partial list of these 'be preliminary icy work in mak-o-lem of tile .state; which I we occupied Hie Senate,for tile visit next Wednesday (June would include: Al! rasa Club. Ki-ing and dis! n bu ting posters, act as governor for; this week, reflected what Snat'28| and to guarantee a steady flow wants Club. Laurel Garden Clubs,! Parking space ass'ired for JACKSON Miss. AP> —Sen. •ged George Yarbrough of Red Banks, the president and Semite, v lead to defeat.” "Grov lug Awareness’* His pi. pared speech, like others some about eight days starting Friday. Republican Leader Everett M Gov. lilt s Barnett and his Dirksen of Illinois described a. involved family add I,’ Gov. paul Johnson j “growing awareness” that a new in oer.s muri- Hfid his wile will leav e Friday J crisis over Berlin is rapidly build to attend the National Governors’ ing up. Conference in Honolulu, Hawaii.' (Continued On Page Eleven) which should exceed quota on all Federated Literary Clubs, Civitan the June ’•'3 visit, as ail parking future vi it; . ”    Club,    Laurel Jaycees    and Jay- on the    YWCA    bloc,!; of Oak Siree!, Civie clubs, youth groups,    veter-    cettes.    Veterans of Foreign Wars will be    routed    el cm here,    and the ans organizations, men    and wo-    and the Auxiliary, The    AmericaniKey Club boys    will be on    hand to men, beys and girls, all    are    com-    Legion    and Auxiliary,    Exchange‘.assist    donors    with any    parking bin mg their efforts toward a sue- Club, Rotary Club, Junior | problems which might arise. Laos’ Form Warring Princes New Government BRIEFS GOP In Dig Police And Riders Await Federal Judges’ Decision ZURICH, Switzerland 'AP) —;been trying to get the Tin* three princes of Laos’ war- lions together. rim- factions agreed today to form The .statement added a ;;ovei lime:., of national union to 1 three princes would be named ’Hie Hire Premier Boun Souvanna Phouma rival fac- Gum appeared willing to j from polities in favor of Gen. that the Pbounu, whose chief political us-continue their M>t 1S Uie 23,000-man royal army in the nations king, j discussions on national unity in I equipped and pal .In tinkled b\ the princes—pro-Western J the future. No date was .set." J United States. Oiun, neutralist! The three princes pledged to J While the princes’ decision re-and pro-Com-1 support the neutrality of Laos and! rained in doubt, there was little Clear to partly cloudy and mild through Friday with widely .scattered showers Friday afternoon. Love.1' 62-70 tonight. Highest in retire 80s Friday. Temperatures for Hie 24 hour period ending at 7 a rn., high 83, low 62 at 7 am. 68 Rainfall, none. Winds today at ll a.m., West at 2 rn.p.h. Dillon said the United States monist Son cha non vong—sa id they to support all efforts for an ef- the Easi-West conference on Laos, would integrate the divided coun- fective cease-fire.    in Geneva, could do. JACKSON.    Miss.    (AP)    —    Chal*    j in    New    Orleans    told    federal    court j try'.s    three armies    into    a single! The Zurich meeting of princes; longes    to    Mississippi's    segregation    there    a    request    from    the    National:fol rt.    I thus ended without    an agreement; snail’s pace today) Association tor the Advancement) At the end of ^eir four-day Ion the thorniest issue of the Lao- summit meeting,    they    pledged    tian problem—how    power should) their    support to the    future govern-the divided among    the pro-Com-; ment.    munlst, anti-Communist and neu LAUREL SKIES Friday, June 23 iH flowed to a n q after a full day of legal haggling [of Colored People for an order to 11 * ------------ --•***    —    *’---- ..i... — r  arresting riders a threee-judge and monetary police action.    keep police from More “Freedom Riders’’ were j would go before Expose Plot To Kill Adlai On Latin Trip [Sunset today ;Sunrise tomorrow Moonset tomorrow I Full Moon [The Moon tonight ii 7:05 p.m. 4:52a.m. I:49 a rn. June 28 moving near WASHINGTON < AP) House Republic to <iro\e tori iv :o knock I tile mull ibilhon-rioUar admiuLtrn-■ ion horn mg bill ml ' 'ae Ieu la-Hive I rack' with a low co ’ sub* ’r i t ii»«• Their strate;’)' was to offer a measure .mph extending existing housing provision- for a year, without any of tile new or exp.ruled programs included in His ca tch-a '! De m-Oi ra iii h’gishi ’ The Democratic program ts priced a 1 $4 9 billion h\    ■ ■ ■ .- so vs and at more Hum $9 billion by the Repubb ins. GDP lea tiers say tin.,' measure would cest was working hard with its allies;from Berkeley. Calif guard the freedom of the of West Berlin on their way to Jackson today federal court July IO NEW YORK (AP» The New The administration seeks auth-' U.S. District Court Judge Siri-ority to spend and lend up to $I2 ney Mize is expected to rule by the telescopic planet, Neptune. ; only $1.1 billion. York World-Te leg la rn and Sun re-!"^?^^ planet, laiger than the Earth, j Democratic leaders already ported today that a group of ex*i Holes the Sun e\er\ 165 veals and have made a major sac. .Lee, hop* tremist.s plotted to kill United Na-j)s now shout 2.760,000,000 miles!ing to hold room:’a conservat « t »w_    'colleagues    rn    line    to defeat the Republican measure. They dr 'bed And in the legal division, two) jpg room and then failing to obey [ary nature.”    jmunist factions, both of which are! Aires, separate court cases are hanging, officers’ orders to mov e on. They “Tit' government, will be formed I hacked by Red China and the So- The A joint communique of themrahst factions. .    -    v^a    Los    An-J Arrests during the 29-day siege! princes, signed in a salon of Zur- It was expected, however, that find means to progt ess on;so]es and New Orleans. By tak- Lf jackson r©se to 140 Wednesday, j ich’s plush Dolder Hotel, said the ln an.V coalition government the this question    without    in any    way; ing    tjlc route of their    predeces-    Nine    freedom    riders    were arrest-1 new union    government    would in-    conservative faction    friendly to relaxing our    fundamental    pnnei- sors    they could reach    Jackson    no    ed at the Tm ii ways    bus terminal    elude representatives of    the three    the    West    would get    less power'lions    Ambassador    Adlai    Stevenson pie, which we cannot    do,    to    sftfe-|sooner than Saturday.    after    entering    the all-white wait-    parties and    "will be of    a tempor-1than    the    neutralist and pro-Com-!0"1    his    recent    visit to Buenos peopiei And in the legal division, two)in£r ,00m and then failing to obey I art nature.”    ___________ —  ..... ............. also    reported billion in foreign aid in the next five years. The program has run Into some opposition in Congre partly because it would aomeu'hat congressional on foreign aid spending. Tuesday on a writ of habeas corpus filed by Elizabeth Porter Wyckoff, 45-year-old white rider loosen) from New York, control Chief Judge Elbert P. Tuttle of) get a cup of coffee in the lunch-Ithe 5th Circuit Court of Appeals) (Continued on page eleven) were charged with breach of according to a special procedure, peace as were earlier arrivals. J by direct, designation and riomina-The only white man in the tion of his majesty the king wither roup    Henry    Schwnrzchild    of'out going through the National asked for permission to)Assembly.” the communique stated Chicago, King S.iv aug Valhalla, by Laotian tradition, refrains from taking a hand in politics. But he has U.S.-Japan Cement Ties viet Union. Phouma Hold* Best ll and Souvanna Phouma still appears to have the best chance of heading a coalition government.. Boun newspaper RIVER STAGES that a U.S. security guard, who) Pascagoula River feet, up had conferred with Argentine police about the alleged assassination attempt, was shot and critically wounded by gunmen four 18 2 feet, up .9 days after Stevenson left.    ichange. at .7. Merrill, Forecast Miss., 14.0 sharp rise. Pearl River at Pearl River, La Ken* practically all I1 nedy’.s 40-year-mort payment program income hon ing it; federal housing administration. Rep. Albeit Rain.', ITA 'n . chiir e Sidell nae, Bo-dovn-fnr moi er ate urn.I bv the Forecast, little man of tho Housing Mio .v.iilii'tee, I (Continued On Page Eleven) ‘Mild Virus Infection’ Keeps Kennedy In WASHINGTON    P)— Japanese Prime Minister Hayato Ikeda and! WASHINGTON (AP)—President, feet on the back strain which put Secretary of State Dean Rusk (Kennedy was stricken with a mild Kennedy on crutches for 12 days. today ii strong foundation for J virus infection during the night The President’s temperature hit closer collaboration between Ja- but his doctor said today his tem- 101.6 degrees at one time, pan and the United States has'porature has returned to normal But the President's temperature been established as the result of top-level t;iIks here. Ikeda and Rusk. made their statements to newsmen at the end of a 25-minute final session which substituted for a meeting between Ikeda and ailing President Kennedy. “We have just concluded three days of most friendly, and profitable talks,” Ikeda said in Japanese His remarks were translated. “We have made a strong foun- and the ailment should run course within two days. Dr. Janet Travcll, the White House physician, described the illness as “probably a mixed bacteria and viral infection.” Dr. Travell reported on the its) had been receding for a couple of hours, press secretary Pierre 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 Kennedy .summoned Dr. Janet I he felt Travell, the White House physi- Dr. Travf cian, from her Georgetown home j Berkley, a; to the White House after awaking'!physician. at about 1:30 a.rn    1    Kennedy feverish, Salinger said. called Dr. Gen: taut White IE:: given antibio. ic The President’s throat hurt and (Continued On Page Eleven) President’s condition at a special- can resume ly-called news conference. It was | Friday. the first time newsmen have been his regular schedule Residential Boating In Mobile Torrential rains flooded southwest Alabama in some low-lying areas near Mobil©, Alo. Some suburban Mobilians look advantage of the high wafer to go boating in the streets. permitted to interview the White House physician. They had sought news conferences with her several ! datum for closer collaboration be-j times since tile President devcl-| tween Japan and    the    United    oped a    back    ailment    svral j States,” he added.    weeks ago. I “It is a foundation on which    we) Kennedy advanced    during th** jean build 'till greater heights    of f night feeling ill and    Dr. Travell ti: nflship.”    was called to his bedside at 1:30 Rusk expressed the greatest    of; a.m. 1 plea lire in looking back on 2'2 She had examined the President days of talk-- with Ikeda.    J    again this morning with Dr. Prcs- ‘‘The United State,    and    Japan    ton Wade.    New    York orthopedic. I have laid the foundation for still j specialist whom she summoned to 99.2 at 9:25 a.m. I more effective cooperation be-    Washington    for consultation.    ! Salinger called newsmen togeth- 1 tween our two countries,” Rusk I Wade was called to    help deter-    er    for a    special    conference to    relaid.    j    mine ii the infection    had any ef*)port Kennedy’s    illness.    He said Any Back Connection A.s a precaution. Dr. Preston Wade. New York orthopedic specialist, was called down to examine the President to see if the virus infection has had any effect on his back ailment. Wade was to see Kennedy in midmorning. Salinger aid Kennedy’s temperature raehed 101.6 at 7 a.m. He added it had dropped to 100 2 at 8:30 am. and was down to Press Time Flashes House Hangs On To Housing Bill WASHINGTON HP)—The House refused today I > rh card President Kennedy's multibillion-dollar housing bill in favor of a smaller, short-range Republican version. Corporate Tax Rate Extended WASHINGTON (ZP)—Senate passage today sent to President Kennedy the bill extending present corporation income and major excise tax rates to preserve $3.7 billion of annual revenue. Congolese Release Tshombe LEOPOLDVILLE, the Congo (ZP)—President Molse Tshombe of Katanga was freed today after being held a prisoner of the Congolese central government for the past two months. $ ;