Laurel Leader Call, October 28, 1961

Laurel Leader Call

October 28, 1961

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Laurel Leader Call (Newspaper) - October 28, 1961, Laurel, Mississippi TODAY'S THOUGHT Some people can hardly wait to hoar what they are going to •ay. Laurel Leader-Call 50th Year No. 173 Serving Southeastern Mississippi Laurel, Miss., Saturday, October 28, 1961 Five Cents Daily Since 1911 Save Time it the new Downtown Motor Branch 75* GI NIEB Weather Details Under Briefs War Of Nerves Moves Into Air U.N. Okays Anti-Blast Resolution UNITED NATIONS. N V. (AP) Fallout Is On The Way Across U.S. PRESS TIME FLASHES Calls Appeals Hysteria MOSC OW (IP) — Premier Khrushchev said today that world appeals to the Soviet Union to cancel explosions of a 50-megaton nutron bomb are just “hysterical.” Will Keep Her At Home WASHINGTON (/P)—A young woman whose post card touched off a furor about the Peace Corps in Nigeria, will stay with the corps in Washington. Thanksgiving Proclamation WASHINGTON (TP) — President Kennedy called upon all citizens today to observe Thanksgiving day Nov. 2.* iii a manner “not only to preserve our blessings, but also to extend them to the lour corners of the earth.” IN VOTE CASE WASHINGTON GAP)—The highth in,u I. Mont cloud from Russia's fug nuclear explosion passed over tile Northwestern United .Stales during tile night and was headed today across the northern states toward the Great Lakes and southeastern Canada. 'I'he Weather Bureau made this I—Racing    against    the    clock,    the    eC.imafe today and repeated U.N.    General    Assembly today    eon-    then* is no cause for ahum, hall- fronted the Soviet Union with a,1'11’ expert Robot t List said he solemn appeal to call off its far v.oiild (spec! the same general megaton test    set    for    the    month's. lexcls <:| <adio activin as were end    observed with some of the cai lier ,    , .    .    ,    Soviet bomb clouds. The in ernational body approval „w<1 „0„|d ho s,„.priscd~ he the    resolution    by a srnMims    vol,    .ni(, . f    ;im    ()ebns of 8,-11 with ohslrnlton. hut ho |r„m th;s nny'olhcr Russian Russians indicated before tho CXp]os,on ” ballot they would turn down the lja fa,d ,hp invisib|e concp„, appeal.    t rat ion of radioactive ash from Faced with    the    Ort.    .Al    deadline    Monday's big detonation passed announced by Soviet Premier over Washington. Oregon and Khrushchev for touching off Hie Northern California early today monster bomb, the eight sponsors;and headed toward the Great of the appeal pressed the assem- Lakes. jbly into an overtime session to tie estimated it was being rnr-j get a vote before    the    weekend    re- l ied    by    about 80-niile-an-hour, 'cess.    winds    and    that it was possibly a The only nations to vote against couple of hundred miles wide. I the proposal were the    nine    Soviet    Predictions of occasional rain    U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals I to register, bloc countries, the new Bed    mem-    nn paid, of the course of the cloud    has upheld a government actionj Hardy, a    Student Non-Violent ber, Outer Mongolia,    and    Cuba.    could bring some of the debris to    to stop Mississippi officials from'Coordinating    Committee member, Mali abstained.    earth, List said. The bureau had    prosecuting a Negro who tried to;came to the    south central Mis«is- just before Hie ballofine Soviet ,orf'cast occasional rain or abow- help other Negroes register to;Sippi county to encourage Negroes Delegate Semvon KTV'; ink n de-■ (‘rs from Missouri brough V,is-.vote.    ,to    become voter*. The county then dared that “nothin''7    v\11Teibstint I ■(>on 1 n    this    afternoon. H aiso pre-j    The    appeals    court. In    a    2-1    had    no    Negro voters    of    some 2,490 the Sow et Un On    in    its efforts    to di(',cd    ram    or showers with some ruling,    reversed    US, Hist.    Judge    Negroes    of    voting    age. High Court OKs Appeal NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Thejdate qualified Negroes from trying strengthen its defenses or efforts tor peace.” in its IHE IOU PHOK) SHOWS a •ection of the two-mile long parade Lr.'' iv abel noon as a p. ct of toe observaave of tile Mis sissippi Oil Festival, and in the lint tom shot Miss Mississippi, Miss Anniee Rave Jernigan and Mississippi'* Od Queen, Miss Joann Loa Watts meet at a cof-[ fee. style show rn their honor during the Mississippi Od Festival. (Staff Photos bv W elboni) THOUSANDS ON STREETS Record Crowd Views Oil Festival Parade f the I I C O' i I r ( f T e WI • off to ■el Cli t o: t I rn ( 4 ii f f O' 5 I the od Festival ' I coffee Friday morning at the Gas Hoard, including He wee ut;    us    v'    with    I .aurei    Country Club, the pre-    chairman Win. S    Boyd dr    of •-y    jt ,; . .ic    Lr (!.:>    si in. Jam of the queen    contestants.    Laurel, members    of Hie    M ,, I •' a I 'sparked her e •worts dashing Naval of - vs. pp. -A.; ■. a i, . l>,v von cf Abd h bol anoil    of    lo,    goers id.an Md dial Na\ a1    An    Uontiuent    Od aud    (.av    A -    .-a .Station. .J the football game    Fro    Hon. City    of I..mad    and    st..to <»: the Petroleum Com da-v n!ldht-    la'uilv    Rodents    and    company miler of    Also    at the game.    the trophy    ; cpi esw.mt m cf the od    m ; ■ . \    fur the bi vt Boat in the pal aide v'rI(‘ on d,'nd !o StH‘ 1 ‘:: s U’.um j; i ', w v pre-rntrd ti. The Hallihurtct t!u' ,(-v A'li q ,    W VOS ('lid) ’I'his huge red and Saturday ti r • the < .cub .    ,    ,    a: ti float dr; t bd ’:*** f: ’ v',    o    kites fur    qucr” al.-i    id    tv    \n a w* . on if," mom .Af one    end    tried to    a AU - - Alio:    ta    I. nr I    . ,a    .,    re,Let utah    fightrd un.    iuaeheon at Uh I    am!    Uoun'i    y , .    aid af the othoi end ar, od wed (dub for co:;'. WW- ‘Im v .aw \\ ..    ;■    ’-! I. a end. iron wen busy ce d.giutanes 'I 'n i .So' • . -y or crowned at mr:,ting production string cavum mg at 7 oh ■><    :w-    p    a    or gets a ■ I    ,j. ■. ■' Ii di tmrton speciality in produc- chance to \ .sit w til the •» i s a' ag oil wells.    |a buffet sponsored bv Hie l.aut Defense Sets New Strategy W ASH I\(: Ut )N GM*' ’I he Ken nody admin ar.,t aa annour.eed Ll i d ■ i v iii "fit ti- J Hie mdwmy buildup w hi ewe the n a mn ' a mud; if capability so ri al taw that i f the Soviet I num's, and thus th" Lent,aw n v. d n ' si.end extra rn ilions I.eke'cd by C "U : re - - f* r bm bi a. I» i s. , The decision md to u e    Hr    w", million Concn • s so I    !    I    • I homhei's and for ] m> ■ \ i I ai re i al I (J the f '.,,<* v. r ii. jpubi-c b\ S. "TC*    vol I a Ko!'( it S' M, .rn    :    I' ll of I*i c- ai at im ,a:■ a1 In , ia:.'' a 111 '1 g 11 '    ‘ w | .a, i i.r ai mn a 1    ': i    I I)< par!merit    ■ 'id p. of the , do mi -tion    n    . I deb ar in; I pi    wi'    . I s.iry I ne live W a : i w I ,, a funds * p1 -1 111: a.! ii tar ('.a rev    f•(:vt H r .aam at by tar admin,v rat a ii ” Petal Receives Federal Grant snow in tile higher mountains Harold Cox of Jackson Friday. North and Central Plains. County authorities charged Har- fiom the Rocky Mountain States; ]f ordercd Cox to grant the gov-|dy Wltl\ disorderly conduct after Irnlo (he western portion of the ernment's motion for a temporary !;,n incidont in the registrar s of* ™‘!“    j    restraining    order blocking thcj^e in September. trial of John Hardy, Negro, 0u Die government contended Har-Nashviilp Tonn '    dy accompanied two elderly Ne- 1 rn , ’ i j Tj r-    U8i'°es    to Wood’s office and Woodm— -- / i 1 I'i * k*e V>Cn ™eion 0 ordered him out at gunpoint and j aboard. Meridian, , Ess,, dissented.    (struck    him    en    th#    back    of    the    The    Soviets    were the first to The Justice Department, in ask head.    |    (Continued    On Page Eight) mg for an order to block Hardy's  --------- —--- ROSS PLANS NO SPECIAL SESSION U.S. Planes Circle Over East Sector HERLIN (AP) — Soviet and American tanks withdrew from the touchy Berlin border front lines today after confronting each other all night long at 200-yards range. TENSION EASES Tension was eased for the moment, hut less than two hours lader the United States sent an Air Force transport plane over the (Communist section of tile city twice in defiance of the Soviets. The flights appeared intended to underline what the Western Allies consider one of their rights in Berlin—the right to fly over any part of Berlin, on the basis of postwar agreements. The tanks had confronted each other Friday night at Friederich-strasse — checkpoint Charlie — After the Americans for the third straight day had reasserted another right claimed by the West, the right to move into and out of the Eastern sector without b*-mg checked by East Germans. RELAX CONTROL A* soon as the tanks pulled back the East Germans relaxed their stiff controls at the border and waved border crossers through with a smile. A regularly scheduled U. S. Ar* my sightseeing bus passed into East Berlin without being halted. It carried 22 officers and men, all in uniform. Last Wednesday two similar buses wert refused entry by th« East Germans and the Americans declined to make an issue of it, saying they did not wish to endanger women M U \ IKM ( -\ ip c Will I int ion N.itii'i the (i Pop' a \: rn e I ' id Guard Ar I .jill cl AU and an after im bt. J, \ ;,i I S.,t Rave Jo f Mw Ail). HI \l I V I* AKE AVT S iut day afte: noon a* M.ss • ,p ■    (i ! Fest;v a1 headquartei w Hob ; a I rn. the dozen pretty ga N - • ■ net oil rn v'a hi s . J v and o\ w di ewe* This i : *"vt open to w pab:    w v . ■    *' I by r ■ em!aiw s as we!! ,• v bv a bu go .. ; of loc I and v ..-.Mig .specters V. " 1 ■. <5 rf Hw* S'.-'e O ’ and | ll buffet Spi 111 st 11 cd b'. tie I a sk mal I ii : : rn-. ( . ,b I he even! cloves S 1 Lur-.'inned On I*.me I ann huh . it . loan to help Of sew el . : 'rn I’m t.esbui g. The to! I est mint d v! tvl< fill i lit > Chrysler Gets Strike Deadline Mi (AP' O' Jersey Speech Decision Receives Mixed Reaction lied Auto XX i X Ab "UNi ,'IT i N XU - I’M"-: < se* the p.7 . .et t,i in biMiking v i Al .inst it I a , a u New dei vc\ u ’ ' KS I! TIPI I'. ' V' w tv variously in I am dc ‘lighted t cd today , - ,t V _ 11 (ii f ): II I o mg fm I lo ( m and despe: ation. ■ It: rn I Hughes Ie Demo I ,i ie: Al;kl* t lout in a clovp > ■ I"! '.ti l aopi Tub -! Sen.Av • Kepul i I. ti. i - iii t>) I:!ube * ueH M I la t.-.e a *. uh fur J rn. im I Civ ti.UXI J ll a sej >ei .:! e a Hi v. the p, .a tv’s non..; ii p I "t ! \t'lined) level n rn New id Now der DI I HOIT. lei ( ( , - a cd to ,i Id . fr i rn Hie    I I 'mon. I be UP" II PAI' ("ll that it    w.mhi    atte ipt    to    .a. w.    I,",    el    pl    ;    1 v    i f    I i    I mom > peer el ■ • the .; .ill-*! v ■•    I    p    I! :    en    bm    ti    *■ mt e1 I '    I    tut    ut    v e    bl I rid i.    mal t    c w -    p    •' lint 8    pm    ’lect.',    a    i r LAW said :asion v    on w    bet he:    to st    ' V    e    :■ ■,.:I f >- • ’ pi I VO* tie ; Col P l.!' rn It    u    ’    i    ■    • I ne    I’I    t    en'    N■ i;    ■    <    ■    ti ■    «    ."I    t '".at    1.1 a ■    * f- ■ e ng    to    Hie    i    :>«,(.»    ut    •• ire ”    tie    111    tm    l.iv    (if    (dp v In , :    ! rad- r Es ! ie- I MS t -ta . ‘ v p b- id Iii.Uoi- sa.-I vev e; a1 Ie    -iv lei Ute! s lot I .tate I. f>\ lie tbud.- I u* pl el IOU' de t til ,p H oi VI 111,ll e.■vt a is .i trill all IOU, [ham S Mal AI. Iu .tit111 null I if11»n and w auld KOU' until e lei x ;    •    r    I'm    I*    Mf    I.    srnhowe    it.    lo    head    cf    a las 'Ie I al I ,i 111 -    'In1';    ,i    lei, (I, i i i tor' i rn, lire ai e    He    Ii    ,!•" , J Al,    I    • ■ ,*i    ,    I f,. pip-, pm If,    I a 11    ’    vm\ (    "on bi    h i    el    I; dies defeat    Un.'rd    .vales c    .e: muent. BRIEFS VS anni r t im.'.bt. I -osv 11 p, ’d 5> mi Ii day 76-82. Temp#'' bu ■ f ■ 1 rn od pi •*■'.».. rn iow 41, ;d 7 I \ I Kl I MKI v SI SDM, IM HHH b Sunm■ I today Si. p lur •    ■-    ' Al Ii: III' p til! I PKI Od I NI Nim Loma lh. tut, d ■ ■ u >' A p.. a low in p -'ti Recuiu.v. in the * Sn nm dup Vi,, 'h Conopus, low rn so Ii MOND Sunv, t today Sun: ; vt* tm UU Ali.xu ii I- p ti iii i .rn K' , a : \t I KOOI ll . P I Pvt Vials ill t JACKSON, Min. (AP)—Gov. Ross Burnett says only an emergency would prompt him to call a special legislative session before the regular biennial session convenes Jan. 2. Bai licit said bt* bas been pressured to ( all a special session to < i.n-idi r congressional redis-ir.CiiiP' In I, la* tin January session, hut ' I see nothing so p p    .it    this time    to warrant a vc, i ,,| . ssion.” -iwippi loses one of its vix representatives under the I a.a m tiviiv bel alisp of a loss (I population and must redis-trn ( its < ountics into live distr. is. Perry Board Member Dies J. A I ii pm ■ aleut of the Bn..* I pf Supervi I .ll v I Ii! I* ii, .■ rn ('.up ol tin ; mu I leaden I ! bien .vuffei'ilp . :input * mild M MI [XU I pa* lo! v . Id -.v ■ to Beat Live I lo the board tin e< a Ile w.iv a (lea * I .pf, vt ('hindi ::bt r mid or gatu/ei Ci-ut ’ ■ XX .1.1 I !i 1 p a due .d .trial before a Walthall County, I Miss., justice of the peace. Brigued his prosecution would nitinit Nikita Is lust One Of The Boys Laurel Entry Captures Title In Mrs. Mississippi Contest Tlie old adage “once a winner, always a winner” applies to Mrs. James (Marilyn Graves) Huff of I Must i PA < AU -Nikita Khrush Hebron, and Laurel, who Friday K Lev sa\s he doesnt want to be night.on the Mississippi Gulf Coast Regarded as a dictator.    U()!1 ff1(. “Mrs. Mississippi." j The Soviet premier made a ref- lier flashing smile and winning p. ma p Friday to the glorifying personality in addition to die tappet lies about him at Hie 22nd louts she displayed in homemak-Upininunist Laity Congress. .mg ability, cake baking, menu I ’ I appreciate the kind of feel- Panning, flower arranging, horn# Migs guiding these coirmadev.” improvement, hair styling, char* iKhrushchev told tho delegates, ‘‘('tei and appearance simply "hut a'low me to state emphati “wowed” the judges and th# rally that everything    said about    audience. j mc should be referred    to the cpu    She, with    her husband, will bt ii a1 committee, because not a sin- given a week s stay in Fort Laud* Igle major measure, hoi a sin. Ie eidaio, Fla., where she will com-responvible speeeh was under- pele in the Mrs. America contest I token on somebodv s person,nl in Thanksgiving week. I vt met ions. I hey are all the result    Mrs Huff    entered    the    state    con- o. co!Ice!ive discussion    and of col    )( S| ;jS Hie    winner    of    the    Mrs leetive decision. 22 Make Escapes BERI .IN < XU During th nu bt 22 I ..-I I a*! im ps c ip( to 11 codon) t hrou “ I he rone': ti od w ire hm I mrs (‘VMI: t . ;.,* XX p-a Bpi mi. polit p lepei ted TI : pp ut them, including two young ga K sw. in in i pus canals or rive v I .aurei eom|K‘tition sponsored by the three Laurel radio stations. She was presented many gifts Frill"-- I, gilt Horn Hie state sponsor, Al.-■.v-.ppi Broadcasters Association I tie winner of toe Mrs. Amcri-,pounds She has brown hair and e i '.'Ip will receive approximately!eyes and a famous smile that 1 ;MH) in Pr!zes    has    helped    her    capture many other titles, the best known being Aoung MRS. JAMES BENTON HUFF BASI HONORS Marilyn is best described ns tall ami Willowy, weighing 130 Miss America Rural USA and (Continued On Page Three) f ti * i w ii Ie con J I ’’    f em J,III i a v'li Rev Irv n officiating v ll bi n J,a,nice Ct me Covington Oil Named Collins Find Field - v low foul UMI    I bitt IP '.pup Brook I ’( ' .J .and , Hi).'- I! I foil! .-*) A! hi. Mrs I Mi* Moi ga Brooklyn: and I31 11,,tt ins ud Bv E I 'vll VA I. JOHNSON St.iff XX l iter Pl ame ( Cl •’! ms lad v tup I, p (Ii Hated ti) I a,!!.:1"!! t ’'.U1 I irst od di'-cover;.. The t.Hint; i.rvl rumple'id od wa :e a (bi Ulcer i ugli;. Too b ul« i • r du\ one b (I! It Pat Is Queen At Homecoming u"1! id a1 g.tuge 4-'ta barrels of 41 3 on the Triad Oil and Gas Com-av.;v    od in    21 horns through ’. ipain No.    I    Ainsworth-Central Oil 1 *.( Ii cU'ke with tubing pressure    Company,    See    33-ION 14XX    which toe [HIU lids (.av ml    i atm was 513    is an assured    extension    o!    Jones .. u cap and tap well made no wa- County's recent!) d veovered a Hu* ti! tic- -/one is from Moot - Summerland field into Covington a, -1 >. *it v id ai 1.3.12C. 31 feet,! County. Drilled to 13.026 feet, pro* ul wi w,m completed on pump for duetion easing w;is set to 17 2.0 217 Ij. i ere Is of 3! 9 gravity od per feet and three zones have I"‘en d. ., with no water ln*ing produc tested Best zone was at 10,430 40 cd    I    feet which tested at rate of 151 a Ul!    producer,    IU    lust    fa    d    is    eon    X third zone at    14 04«5t feet,    (barrels of    oil    per hour    and no sniei    cd    a    minor    discovery    an!    which tex* cd flow    of 84 barrels    water on    ** Hic fded open,    rn    i    piohlie    pin    of lift    gravity od. is not    being    producing duper Meantime, te'Hiu .s eon produced    ,    , i,llu 11a on ,uum well .ii Cuwiu piodueei was IN Kl I feet with cas hut no gauge has been announced. ton which is as a-sured produce! n set to 14 >48 feet. .and will extei I St.mine! I.aul field    I'Us new producing area is sur- Inun Jones Count\.    rounded by    piercement    salt' Tin* d I vt ‘ov p; v    Will    tm    Coluip    dmups    Dont    Suit Dome is    three- (K, W I ||. ' A:! bough < 'ov .ll,' III W s Imp ,p ■    fn,,|    four    J    01111 n g its fasti . ta .iii am as - ' Home n Ba inch choke Th* in tile discovery otal depth of the newAve!l of the field, is being tested th.„h in lite nu. i! mid is I ’.til Al: a i ■ ■XIE MA M s ( XU Th, ( hi poi at ion No I K X'    ,    v'md< ut NU SXS of Sec I    I    '    '    ut    I It I ; I I,, 11' IV I * * I ’ (]i i rn I ti a ( i >! m - K "dp- I <i j ! . fit' 'un i I .do;- a u'ed at I * V2V d f* 'best is on perforations at 9442 56 feet Also in Lovington County, near the Jeff Davis County line, I'ftM.leuui    IU ICS    northeast    Kola Dome is j I 'an American is drilling below I XX indium    Hump    miles west;    Eminence, four    14.798 feet on the No. I b' M. INLAX' ap    rndes    southeast    and Centerville.    Davis, SYV NXY of See 4 7N-I7W. ;f .    , .si ot    -.•veil    ti'.tIe east and slightly    Two other field diseoveites fop s>l.„l [u'ifo north    J    he    veal    have    tveen given name#. a flowed on h.vtensiv* teei ng ii fxrng made1 (Continued On Fag* Fight) * ;

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