Laurel Leader Call, October 26, 1961

Laurel Leader Call

October 26, 1961

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Laurel Leader Call (Newspaper) - October 26, 1961, Laurel, Mississippi TODAY'S THOUGHT The trouble with many peopl® la trying times J* that they •top trying. Laurel Leader-Call loth Year No. 171 Serving Southeastern Mississippi Laurel, Miss., Thursday, October 26, 1961 Five Cents Daily Since 1911 Save Time it the new Downtown Motor Branch 75* Weather Details Under Briefs Massed Tanks Call Red Bluff Korea Has Own Hassle On Border ONE OF THE BIG features •f the Mississippi Oil Festival parade Friday at 3:30 p.m. will be Moffett Family with their famous "Bucking Bessie." which has appeared at leading fairs and celebrations throughout the United States and Canada. The bucking 1926 Model T Ford big parade here Fnd THE BIGGEST EVER Oil Festival Parade Friday SEOUL, South Korea IAP)— The U.N. Command closed the military demarcation line today to Communist vehicles carrying Red members of the neutral nations! supervisory commission to a campi near Panmunjom.    I The commission’s Polish and! Czech members and their aides! have been permitted to ride in their own vehicles across the line I dividing North and South Korea! en route to a neutral camp maintained by Swiss and Swedish1 members of the commission. Now, Cie I \. Command said. It will be the final vehicle in the I the Communists will have to walk! the .3(H) yards from North Korea to (lie camp or ride in U.N. vehicles. The command said it acted bo cause four Communist drivers on Oct. 16 staged a "deliberate, pre-, planned, harassing incident” by discharging passengers at the neu-l tral camp and refusing to drive. hack into North Korea as they! usually did.    i bucks, spins, explodes and runs on four wheels and two wheels sometimes. Its acrobatic stunts keep the car occupants mighty busy. This ancient auto can do just about everything lint I.ilk. Last Gate Is Closed, Reopened BERLIN CAP) —I S ti cops to- WANTS EAST-WEST WALL DOWN After a 50-minute talk with President Kennedy, West Unman Ambassador Wilhelm Crewe is surrounded by newsmen as (ie leaves the White House. Tie indicated his country believes the Allies should press for removal of tin wall between East, and West Ber) i in any negotiations with Bus.,in By FLS IF W. JOHNSEN Staff Writer Barrow Pits May Be Used As Shelters OD, FESTIVAL PARADE ROUTE. HOPE TO HALT BLAST UN. OKs Ballot Appeal UU N VI lf 'NS N Y ( i d by a thunu'ii.g i a    appl o\ .ii I rom ' . ! I< .!I conin::'.lee, ii today nobly ai ■ Sox let —Bol Vote i ' IN po.;! g yes I I (.nm.! A app* a to I flu ll f em ten byo el. bomb lief,'! .' k, oil' of tin < clit I ie a f ol tile ape    -r.ed    that    tho Ceiler. ! A- -em!.iv i ne top , aor it\ IO tee l ev lint ion W burh el ai cd In' <: on on non to is 50-meg i p con I O' S' A it I (Hilv ti storniN cl nap r I ti I bn v NU Ai ' 1 ll of t bl cup d aud la na-. no \f■ an- - It wh \P mounted, the Soviet Union and its Vin allies til,ally abandoned attempts tne to stall off the committee vote Ie But Soviet Delegate Semyon h mn Isatapkni indicated the Kremlin an would meet the appeal, asserting maneuvers by the NATO nations M <’( 0 b would not deter the Soviet ! i nm poi feet mg its defenses. '! .a .ak n charged im the I ■ tim United States had con ducted tesis of 1,1, 20 "and perhaps even 3M-megaton bombs lie amt i ted ti    .it tim nations v. ho    <n 1 Ie.eked the resolution calling on    Junior    High    Schools. the Soviet I mon not to drop the The I .aurei Junior inon ae bomb    had kept silent d ii    Commerce    clowns mg I S tests    in tile atmosphere J ae 11 waul ion w as S[M>nsoi i (I bv Canada, I leumai k, Iceland, Ii .a, J ip,rn, Non* ay, Pakistan in and Sweden. I such a hit last year, will be back I with a bigger and better clown aet I The Shrine Motor Corps will give Eleven bands, Mississippi's pret-'their usual good show and tin tiest girls, clowns, the finest riding Ellisville Saddle Club Will be horses,    the    Shrine Motor Corps, I the flag bearers, and a    mile    or more of oil    field! There will be the    largest    array equipment will    be seen    in the of oil field equipment to be seen    w^,nvrxnM    MPI PrecVDni Mississippi Oil    Festival    parade in this part of the country. Every-    ''ASHING I ON    LAP -President 1    J    ,    ii    •    /    . , i Kennedy max hack a proposal to here tnd.iy    MUrt,ng at ., .In    p i thine needed «*»*«» for    ..I    -    ■    ,    j,    , Shiny new convert,bins in Ihe nnd ens equipmen use in p o  ..... I    f(lnst,lK,e<l lcdcra|. latest models, will carry It lovely dueinn tbs natural i('source w I!    h,r..; girls vying for the title of Mis-,be in the line of march. This year,lm< ‘Ml sissippi* Oil Queen. There    will fie for the first t me. a plaque will    If tho pion is    found feasible a special ear tor    three other beau- be given to the best equipment    tile White House said in a letter to lies - Mississippi's current oil float.    i*’’*”1 Queen and Miss Hospitality, Miss Dost but not least, in tile way Joann Watts of Poplarville Miss 0f excitement, thrill-- and suspense. Mississippi. Miss Anruee Rave der WJj| pt, qir Famous Moffetts and mgan; and tile state's first oil thcir Flicking Bessie. John Cum queen. Miss Pat Mellitus of Col ming!,am. pat ado < Ii. .mn;.in, soys I his act ha - appc mod at leading lairs and crlebi a1 ion1- throu bout D^no, rho I nit CW I States and ( alada Bucking Bessie wa- ioatm od m the' noted M.iey's    Thank-    ag I lay pat ade ai Now York and on Plan Classes On Disasters WASHINGTON (AP)-Health officers, from every state meet here today in an extraordinary session designed largely to consider protective measures that might he taken if nuclear fallout reached acute proportions. The two-day meeting, railed by the Public Health Service, brings together about 1(K> federal. state and local health officers. The sessions are closed to newsmen. lins. chosen in I -ain el in IWD. Dignitaries in the parade v. I include members ol the State Od land (las Board. city, county and state officials and special oil in dustry guests. Possibly the largest number of the NHC PY netwmk bands to march through the down- The Mo!f"Hs are town streets of Laurel a one pa; them Un a* a .Ion* ade w ill be seen I i alay Sinai t snappy bands are coming from Waynesboro. Bay I Mlon Springs IioidelU-rp. Jones County Junior College, Shady Clove, My-i lek. C dhouri. These high school and college bands will be' joined bv the Commo S Cordiner High Thruston B Morton. R-Ky a may bo nu hided hi Kennedy’s recommend it ions lo Congress early next year. Morton had made tfie proposal in a letter to Kennedy. The reply, made public Wednesday, xx.rn I) v presidential assistant said u“, s xeiv II* JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Dr A. L. Ct av. state health officer announced a program Wednesday to care for health needs in the event of a national disaster. Cray said a five-man committee hopes to begin training classes’Norman for volunteer instructors in Jan day moved across toe b< ... ; ego East Berlin for the see id Mr. lit day to reassert the right ei Atm r-icans to move unimp-'md The East German puma elo-od the Friedrichstrasse cr,ms ag. fait reopened it when ca,rn w restored U.S. tanks p; owned a backdrop for the conv rn ne:- I the dividing line but wore withdrawn later. I he situation flared i.p mm died (low a in loss than an hon I he Friedrichst ra et os- ng, know ii as "('heckpomt ( inn lies • to < .Is, wcut blick to rn en a! ; id w as again open to ti ad ,. I n«,n-(<ei mans. It is the ow / crossing between East and V es! Bm bn that is left for the ii. a of Americans and other foreigner--. The day’s main im wierd at Hi® checkpoint began whet an American, driving a blue    scil n wall I S. Army license p.a'is, drovo up unescorted seeking adnvthuw® to East Berlin. The U - Cerman police refused to admit him unless he identified himself, and h® declined to do that. It was    plain the    unidentified \mencan had been set up to th® bleeding    and    bandaging,    nursing    border as    a further    test of Hi® for tfie sick and injured, and rights American autism ties chena emergency childbirth.    dor    movement    about    the    city. Others on the committee named I When tha driver tv.rr.e back, by Gov. Ross Barnett are Civil three U S. Army jeeps, carrying Defense    Director    Robert    Crook.!American    Military    Policemen Superintendent of Education Jack I joined him for anotia, try. Tubb, State Medical Association The East Gorman police stood President Dr. Bara nee Lang, andjoisde to lei this military group Mis lf I). Worthy, state pres!-jane! (fie sedan go bv. dent of the {’arent-1 cachet s Asse-1 After convoying the sedan into I East Berlin the military policeman withdrew, and the sedan .cruised around alone in Int Com-imunist-controlled sector. E, vt I(lei man police .slopped the caf I w hen alongside again and brought I (he ear safely back. I American tanks af the border were reviving up their motors, I elation. Artist Rockwell Takes 3rd Wife STOCKBRIDGE. Mass. Rockwell, noted now nim ne i minty and ai e bi ai. :..• tins , rn , ut . .bi out of sent. I ct a en : ' I ne of mal eh from the start presidential Lawrence f O'Brien lh Kennedy considers    the    idea    ‘Aery He said Hie goal    is to train    one interesting.''    member    of every    family    in    the Morton proposed building a basic    knowledge    required    for    sui' string of large roadside public viva!    when    professional    care    is not fallout shelters in eon'unction with mailable. highway construction as a means Tho training will include fallout ol obtain ag rn,.ss    protection    rap-    shekel    sanitation    and nil', at low co t.    control,    water and lie said shelters could be built •——- in areas of high population den- food. mg point al Mama and Beacon sl(Vi especially at interchanges.! streets will tie east on Mason to as U(,j; ;iS along open highways I Magnolia, north on Magnolia lo. -j propc»s«'H has gone to Soc re- j Fifth St . we-- on Fifth to E fth'pny oj Defense Robert S. McN’a-! Ave, south on fifth Ave, to ( en- nim a for consideration.    I School Band and those from Stew tra, Au, <    Lent,    a!    to    Th(.    hok,s    that    ,](    w    hon    1 Punching Soapy Shows A Profit (AD maga- meanwhile zinc cover artist and illustrator, Then the East Germans, backed Miss I,ny L. Punderson. a t)p a show of 50 oi more of ut!, cd touche:,    weie    married    (lieu- Yopos    'peoples police) pre- \eilnesdav in St, laiils hpiSCO- [.ared to erect a heavy chain pal (hui ch.    j across the frontier. It was the third marriage for! "We are closing the border un-Rockwcdl, 67. His first marriage,ti! this nonsense stops.'’ an offloaded in divorce    in PLO.    lbs sec-    err of tilt'    East German pol ic® vermin    ond wife died two years    ago    maid. shock,    I he bride, 05, ret ired    ii PL'    The sedan    placed nself between after teaching Englmh at Milton Jim returning jeeps and Hie oon- |Ai iderny for 37 yonis    j (Continued On Page Three* M. .lorn s an I I). I (Jot .Maddox Sixth A vt solidi on Sixth and Beacon to the start na pm:.' Chamber of — w tin modi ROBT El RR's Plight Is IZABETH, South Af highway builders strip earth and rica LAR) - 'Die Rhodesian who locks for fill material could be punched C Mermen Williams, Hie turned into deep shelters and cox U S. assistant secretary for Afro. pied e\(; v itll d .’I w bile heavy can affairs, at I osaka Airport I ist IFK Plans Spending Cuts To Shave Budget Deficit w h €, . In J I Ch to n V I to .nee Hie I en! spend-.Lit ne -J et K 'll : . - I tlu dei ii :I expect ; ,    'n* rn . ... m,,- em mg next a 50 w ..I ■ el lect t he 1960-61 re vim but "be much small ■ m n the 512 I billion deficit actu red rn the year that ended equipment rn ton vv rote the till available, I ’res .dent Moi 30 nistr, st be d be (it H the n n drr Seei e* rn rem lulatmn i bv the t. ■/•. rn ort. the Ewenhowe WI V VV hi Le ll. ( ' the T: ca si ; i y Pa mu., ated the i961-62 e wo .Id approximate !■e has been spec ■'n* be even great ei i Le fmi .J y ear closes figure rn his • me.a ibm s of rn- of H agen • ■* I led at th. f, sr a I outlook I OKU SKH S Thursday, October 26 Sunset today •    5    I    I    p    rn Sum ISO temm : ow .    6 Ut) a IL Moon: ise ton: a tit . .    7 44 p rn Last Quarter    Get    3 The planet, dapper in the south is now the fa A ' s’..I \ : f I ter sunset and the t .ane' \ eiim-m the east, is now Hie Pm star to f.ide md at sunrise no sc P; Miss 4 () fin east. I Hie et IV.,: Du 3 3 ft cha:.; RIVER SI AGF s 'n,pm River at V-no change. e ll Rem I Riv cr ! tm i (ast, lull, d 4 1! rn De poult lay . Od the Se. I:: > : ' Johnson Visits Sam Rayburn Keesler Civilians Get Pay Hikes Cai! merit ae Dei i d the ana e la es or mg I: i    VA e. un art meat also po IVV •e doc KC iforce • of then day lfa ut a rest VV IS SLH D M I Kl r cf I •in.* \v doh Ho ■ ll \ l> S.un I) Ti .an W n w ti im inturn i t 9 .'rn 'Du: sdav And RH "XI M AR - Keo Mi i’ count d , i i : w >s n that A : I el et Ba -1 S 'LU CV : v. v ice apt ae . ai mn. L) i'm, s GOU ll employ es vv ii get J). IV :ne*i eases tv Jail : ( he cnee Co, i.mgmg from 4 to ’ ! I cents al. Tnt- X . ... : , 'I. inc South M s ; nur et I eel w e NaV I 2 [sis .pp, i ’ ma • I: PL is pla.i Die new p. . St I it', I ult' was an jim a’ all opt a • at the bos I,a. need We In e.svlay tm lowing a qui .J Sui:1 lax, Get 29 I rom 3 30 - a v, y , ond ut till .ii ti ie Bile'.. to a D p 11 1 * i O', a' Vs J i be t I • . ii' He lr i I a hen i ut a foil con,lui D ; Mi •eg J ne h . in e w ill increase To! low ct! bv : i f . e slum Hts se ■ ved t Kei - ■ i a'mu a! pi,.' : Oil by about n Hie p. Im of H< N -es H (J HD ’ 25,000. Tnt put c it rn • Led to A o:k <.av Nebs'ii A la < cie,.el VV id, iv O' c15 ei1 w ’ a u , e i ("as an: h: t .ens til P<64. Ti n gov et m a s xx ha hi ii rn:! road men sp, , OU’ Him v -n appeal fm help in so:.,t then 11 KIK no d. ; el ’ net I'.ll VV - la - i rn . But Hie I 'Pokesn. iii vou ' i not to 1< the C .ll ti I .hop. i Instead. Ie IV AA I pi w t I O' Ne ,v ll a:,| i-Ll re, ( m . ■ aof Pa N L,.i. ,i I ,ox el I,": I it' 1 ne. Mad fie pl. ■us steps to : we the 56 state Ic.a ii : - cl VU c a, Ll ! w cf mw sn' :g on i ce .I",men led by I’m Mat K-------- rn -J ye a The ITC lent bos , ad bi w ll Mn. for the ill s et th. I : ; t Ml dustr, get: ‘conceded ■ - .J La i n- I (J toe t: OUhle bm ii not mn... pom • OI the la, r. et a r, rn I L oil Cr ’lit tab' av Pow,J s I be w ! la e Hit f ' sc, g . V ('rems I ( ommittee of tin Gov e: m - e lo O' . the en tie IV' rn; adininisti at on the forthcoming am primos A .md to follow up a w 11. i' e v 11 ! res v v a I. i ms ol [ne i on\ .i s rn v im!v- -SULpOL m (i sf.iV Cl I I’ow ell • , la dm, .rn . d hi VV,ll bend I a- cpi.; ' - Ll I, ... V all 'Tmnei as- a : s' i rn. a lf ' ex mb I .VI -. f |t- . | be!, etui I' ' ta .slap and p ; t)\v i iii i ii HU a ' a OI be -"V t rn! stales »t ’ NO b L . ,t 11n sI,iuJ11 1 en it , ! II Was): I Tiglon on Hi.s p'-oblein w '' i ' e' ■ on V. h tin 5 He.a he a a led 1 OPERATION HAYSTACK? \\ YERINGTON (AID The Xii Force suns it (int find 350 million copia r nceiih > strewn in spale In lesi prospects lur a jam jo "rf r .olio s\ stem \ s.itellite. tired into or tut last Satin day from Point \i gut'!lo, < alif . ejected the tiny < ojijM-r wiles, railed dipoles. I to v were to spread out and lur rn a tie 11 around the earth that could In used to homier radio waves hnlfwnv around the world Wednesd.iv night the Xir Force announced that lls Lincoln Lnboratunes in i barge of ‘ Projeet West lur,! reported no radar centai I had been is I a h 11 shed wuti die needles, each T IO of an mi Ii lung and one tint d us din k as a human hair. August, flus received about 2 (Hie pounds    ( 5 > i .I x j1,    j- 0-': v    Horn Americans, bm w de - aid iii a newspaper interview Wednesday. I Si Hart    Finley Be    -it! 5.3    was fined 50 pounds < s! lo I Sept 12 Im assaulting Williams Mrs Finley Hisself, who rn spending a \ ai rn ion w ith her s lei bd e lier    husband    , i eeiv cd    letter s. oui relic-.    aaa cheek- from Ho - I ma d St.des m pax h    I me lie    Ii til! iud    tm Im a r .amounts to the sooth 'saw sept e all MIU'. i as SOU'. CII ii Gromyko Declares Soviets Will Consider Allied Views MOSt'OW NI’ Soviet Foreign ti cat. in tile Soviet position Minister Andrei A Cromyko says tense diplomatic stalemate the Sex .ct I mon is ready to eon ever, and he asserted once moi'® mder the Western .Mile point of that (ne Soviet I mon will semi a view on Berlin and ii -ep.irate peace pact with I .st the West is sinceie in wanting an Cermany it negotiations w th til® understanding with the Soviet West lad. in th® how- l mon. (111any ko dee!.ired behn e the Soviet Communed party congee' W cilliesdav that Sox mf forei: ti pol icy demonstrates "flexibility and :    s'    i vim to ta;..' accoil!.! of the nit ' i ! s if the olm p 1 ,-s to ne go*,, .I mils when till n timid >1 anding I o- .ive no s’ldioa see The midi e s marked (Worm ko’s fit official public report on lr* I eci ut talks With US. See,, ’ • v cf State Dean Rusk in New Auric cd w ith IT esident Kennedy in W a liar .'ton. (. rem;, ko xx is applauded I e-pe i ted iv throughout ti e adm < v w Inch appeal id lo be a ma mr lc* merit on Soviet fore gn pol loi! IN HANCOCK AND PEARL RIVER Mississippi Rocket Test To Be Area Episcopalians Set Consecration MGI Ami '. olla e v stem. Aa inc J XLK SGN, M Rev    J o b n    M. i ULM', rated . et the I pmeoj s.s. ippi m en el St dame - (h. The church « tile lit Rev V w.iI He the < I. shops !' .a sis I leu! 1.1, 'Ii and Elm i. la . : Bishop cie, t tor of Ail S,a; at \ lek- bm .. Ile Was ( clee as road le'or v I lune ai M (J r. , ss.PPL w ss , XBI av XI !.n R sd a c I De ionic ti a* Jackson pit    mg bishop Mi I , blenk I get sruiator, I ol, ana. A■ kan-t am*' ce. Alabama vv    ta KC part \; a l...s been I cc 1 s Junior < ollege M s a, e I Mfg; m J '    7    to Rei v e I the lit Rev t ann of v-! - ii e j ( i.I Hi iv I I, e for Hist i let acquii, and AR) Mobhe 1 pl epa I ell today to -we land iii Miss,ssij a; a (hi a ma I"!' test I >, liny it.: Cli I a.a I a nill leg pl Ojo- ! I > A Ray mom!. Hie ,! s ei aim od the Mob Ie el The !    *’ U,!S .!e . gun I I i/spur, I lily I I- I acquiring land for a stat oi J. JPX ' cd now ii to I tai 11 f v for Hie \, , ,s ct M,s. tau a! Am oil. '.Hex and Space Ad .-at.aday in nuniration s aimmm, d piegrarn to I■ .'■ i* a nun <>n the meet: I ’> ale: 's of rn. e r    ii im. a , s ol I v i del' a ! ads vv ’ tx al! eel cd ai Al: .s ssipp .md I...., ana Die test - de vv I be located in I laiieock and I ’cai I Rive!' cum Irs of .‘ait! he. ll .Mississippi aim St I al I ll I rn ny Rat Hi ill CI ll I /JU,s alia TI o gov rn ament W e d n e sdav filed pi uceedau - hi fi del a1 i rn; i m da- i .oil Al s .aid New t M Ie,ais u 111: C . a • tin j-u bl ie of phi' for •stab si, ng th® facility b ten-nj? I Saturn a Ray nu not gg. e j), :' , I I a V v , J the Hmt no 111 the ; meat s ; O' e. sci Gum g to about t 'minty ll’i rnt w - ■ m - v p a vela. es o' tm rid Nova eke ms Hid the es‘ion ( ■ el v ce, ' . a1 a event na! ta qi 57' f the I the vei rn f th mil in n to VV OI sain f, ace rn- t pr uirin LL,' the IO ti,,',I qui no- . of LH, w ii f>p a    , J XKI a. a I al I i m - ■>, K ii addition Hie govern I obi ain pc, pol aal i e ce- intuits o\ cr about II s a Ham OCK; I JDO 5 a I River ('utility and (HH) acres in St. Tam Ash. A; j.| o\iu itel.V 660 families bx in a in Hie area will be given up lo 2 vim- to find new homes Die gum ne" n! s.,,d there at, i(mc J IL I rn, ae tmvv bv Dig. I ti" ti ca W ’.Ut Ow I - til t. e W J bt: md ii in d Will the mn will mite be t I uliS, II ens ie n acres atmid manx I nil in mg, , fie pm I mils to I-it no be perm J trey. The anii.iuncement sal, 'Stall' pro .ret of I ice VV ■ 11 I n the area to bandle ail i t ..I es* ate phases of the project Lim I rue! hui of ttie te a f J ' y ii the ai tm vs he: e title is to j . -i I , pet ted to t., . ri by Cummin, cl Un I'age Fix®) ope to cont! en mid, > es ■ on ujm ti i ■ ii. * ai in tile ca -rn!lent real ■I up ;