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Daily Times-News, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1963, Burlington, North CarolinaWeather fair and coot tonight std a. Six a. The daily times news service Cali general manager Ca 6-12u3 i sew Ca Mil Ca want Ca c4u4 vol. 98 rues. Tive cents in Vern Asto Tiatco my Wimstt Cut mimic and. Burlington n. A saturday August 31, 1963 Mckaug Tim we my Vic associated att Moom mail is at and aka two Mem Rocc 36 pages s Section s Saigon scene of pro diem demonstration Aiken supports Viet Nam plan French offer is rejected operation. But sen. George d. Aiken Oil pkg Zhe transition period. Vermont. The Senate s senior re a by John m. Hightower Washington officials discounted As impractical 10 Day a proposal by French presi Dent Charles de Gaulle for the neutralization of Viet Nam backed waited states should take up de Gaulle on his offer to relieve us of our a South Viet by a French offer of cordial supplies and equipment a Ihei Cal of actas against for them and stay there Dur Ftfe buddhists including Many a publican and a member of about the future de foreign Rel Stiokas Commilee. Said Vei Ozment of the Viet Nam crisis. Robe for a miss America contestants share the Robe which the of the pageant will Wear in Atlantic City next week. They gathered in new York Enro Ute to the pageant left to right Are Marsha Metrinko miss new York City Cheryl Thompson miss Nevada Roberta Tarbox miss Montana Cheryl Ann Semrad miss Oklahoma Martha Truett miss Tennessee Donna Astin miss Arkansas Barbara Ann Gloede miss new York state Colleen Kendall miss Alaska Susan Bergstrom miss Arizona Jan Nave miss Mississippi and Linda Moulton miss Idaho. Opi labor Day death toll begins Rise by the associated press multiple fatality accidents masked the beginning of the 73 hour labor Day weekend As Mil Lions of motorists took to the nation s highways for summer s Al turns of a political dispute Between the government of presi Dent Xgo Dich diem and Buddhist and student elements antagonistic . Unit is guarded by marines by Roy Ess Yax Saigon South Viet Nam 31 South vietnamese staged a massive pro government demonstration in front of the u. S. Information Agency Headquarters limited because As one official Tod hailing president Saia there is a War on and rests and attacks last week policymakers Are deeply Buddhist temples. At the same time . Leaders have fell their scope of action is Saia. There is a War on and the United states wishes to avoid t. We be invested about 33 Billon to government. The United in that and i am Nas been outs Okenly critic 4eet-s. Wasj Lions tent slowly keep 11 com Jio not after a group of angry i by about a ing keep it coming slowly. Slow demonstrators bad surrounded onto a thick in hold it. Now slowly. Him. Said he wanted to no test professor chosen As candidate St. Louis soft spoken oried which otherwise could Anne on nuclear War. In urging adoption of the system president Kennedy cited danger Ous delays a communications be tween Russia and the United a Trad be completed sunday Aiter j states dung the anxious Days of the cuban crisis. Administration officials said the line Wol not be used for Ordinary communications Between Kennedy and Premier Khrushchev or be tween the foreign offices of the two nations. Those con Munica Ajajj reported no Trace of Nova. In this Corner she twists by the wreck lbs to incs Lawa a woman Driver who danced the twist at the scene of a minor Accident but refused to leave her name and address was fined Friday. Kathleen Moligan 25, was convicted of failure to leave her name and address at the scene after her car collided with another Auto aug. 15. Don t you think it was a Little unusual to dance the twist on the asked Munici pal judge Ray Harrison. Replied mrs. Gan i guess it 5 the nominee of a be cognized political party for election As president of the United states in e. Harold Munn St., 59, head of the department of education at be Bisdale Mien College was chosen on 4he first ballot Friday by delegates to the 34th Conven Tion of the National prohibition party. A balding bespectacled Man be has been a prohibitionist for most .06 his life and Speaks with conviction of what he considers he evils of liquor. The tides of sin Are running he asserted in his accept Ance speech. Is time for a new and vigorous launching of a rugged and Battle scarred life Munn in t new to politics. He was the prohibition party s vice presidential nominee in the last see Pir Fessor on Page six a i tons will continue to ase Nonn Alj embassy channels. Never the ringing of the Beh part an elaborate system of sending Dee clue of Early today All drilling was baited for five minutes while a microphone was lowered into a Sec Inch Shaft and an attempt was made to communicate with Bova. The Only sound coming Backen a Loudspeaker was that of drip Ping water. It was estimated a 22-Inch Hole noon. So hazardous was the Mission performed Friday night by Volunteer Andy 35, of Potts Vise that his identity was net Dis closed until after he had been hauled Back up a 308-foot-Shaft the Shaft went to the chamber from which Bora s companions David Zeffin. 38, and Henry throne 23, had been rescued last and receiving teletype after two weeks a atom is the Alert Fiat a message is coming. The telegraphic tickers will be ready from now on Day and night. Attendants a carefully selected and screened for be Cutty will watch and listen. At least one of the attendants in Doty at any tune will be bilingual Able to read and write both russian and English. Although in Washington transmitter and receiving sets Are located in the White House the mechanical portion of the system and the continuous monitoring of it is located in the joint chiefs of staff Section of the Pentagon where the military communications network command and control Center is maintained. Implementation of the agree hot on Page six a intent a Remote controlled television camera lowered into the chamber for testing and Eoj oration bad picked up what Hub. Chan Bury Pennsylvania Secretary of mines had said appeared to be the image of a Man. I Drebitko reported j what appeared to be the image of a Man was the remains of a the Fiat been to dose up the 12-Inch Hole before they widened it to 18 inches and brought Fellin and throne to the rope was curled around the plug. My inspection of the area where Fellin and throne had Dre Bilto said indicated that it would have been impossible to Tunnel from there to where Bova might be entombed on the opposite Side of the rope. Two dozen others manned three safety lines. Everybody s eyes were on the hoist to which the rope by hold it. Now slowly. He reached the Bottom. The men on fee surface him said he wanted to this kind of hate. Protest the most serious demonstration the lines. Drebitko was Back on erupted when a trooper walked was attached to provide addition see 3iax on Page six a into a crowd after someone who Jad thrown a fans and several persons dosed in of him. Other rappers rushed to his Aid fists started frying and riot Sticks were used to push the crowd Back. Sev eral troopers scuffled with demonstrators. N. C. City hit by new outbreak by Allen Paul . Of sheriff w. R. Bawls commented Friday we be had the after violence rocked this Little three no sign of Bova Andy Drebitko of Pottsville a. Is grim after his return from the chamber that was the Home of David Fellin and Henry throne. He reported the body of the missing Louis Bova is not there and drilling has resumed to a new underground area in search of the lost Miner. A photograph had shown what appeared to be a body and for that reason Drebitko went Down the 331-foot escape Shaft for inspection. Up Tion the additional Marine guard was ordered As a precaution against incidents that could fur ther Strain relations Between this War torn Southeast asian nation and its . Ally Over diem s hard crackdown on buddhists and their followers. Two More american advisors were killed Friday in the War against communist guerrillas. Government troops guarded the Man in front of City Hab. And were posted at the four boulevards leading into the demonstration area. Soldiers with portable radio units were deployed several blocks from the mall by Early morning about workers and students had Gath ered at the mall milling under huge banners hailing diem tie demonstrators from pro government revolutionary groups to civil servants and women m traditional Silken dresses marched so skated in military formation carrying Pink yellow Green and Blue banners proclaim ing support for the government. With All colonialists. Imperialists and communists who have misused or exploited Reli one Banner read. Another said we ask the government to give the right punish ment to those who violated National Security officials claimed a turnout of 200.000 persons Bat observers estimated the crowd numbered about most of the spectators appeared to be taking everything Light in joking and chatting with each other and paying i Floc attention to the colourful proceedings. The greatest applause to speeches sup porting diem the army and National Unity appeared to cease Fajin Blue dad pro gov eminent youth groups lining the front rows of the Spectator area. The nation meanwhile slipped into its Lith Day of martial Law amid promises Froia government and military officials the restrictions would a lifted soon. Saigon continue to move toward Norm Alcy. Saigon s main Buddhist Pagoda a Loi. Dosed Ang. 21 under fee martial Law provisions was opened today. By noon one Monk and about 50 nuns bad been re leased from detention and allowed to return to the Pagoda indicating a further fesses bag of tensions. On another front however communist banners shot a 18 . H21 helicopters and holed two americans Friday in what was described As one of the fiercest operations against Cota Viet Cong guerrillas other americans were Eastern North Carolina tobacco town for the second time in two Days. About 100 negro Yont fes Terew rocks and bottles Friday after noon when police tried to break up an Ami segregation March. One negro woman was hospitalized with a Bead wound and two policemen were tit Fay objects but escaped injury. It started off Sher Iff Earls said but now we be got nothing Bat two eight Man quads of High Way patrolmen were rushed in to reinforce local officers. Bawls Al so deputized 25 White citizens. He equipped them with plastic Hel mets nightsticks and sidearms. Groups of White youths roamed the downtown area Friday night jeering at negroes passing in autos. Police apparently made no attempt to dear the streets. This reporter was threatened by a White Man wearing a pistol on see n. In. On Page six a won did the deaths brought to 54 the number of americans killed in action of vietnamese so3 since the . Bowl dip of december 19sl the ton from is causes see u. S. On Page six a times news sets Early schedule the daily times news w9h operate

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