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19 Dec 1970

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19 Dec 1970

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Bee, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1970, Danville, VirginiaArea deaths funerals s mrs Ruth r Lowe services tomorrow Stuart last rites of mrs Ruth Robertson Lowe i Danville will be conduct tomorrow at 2 pm at mood Chapel in Stuart burial i follow in the Fain famil cemetery mrs Lowe 65 died thursday Iri Danville memorial Hospital she was born in Patric county May 20 1905 daughter of the late Samuel an Rosa Fain surviving is one daughter mrs Nathan land of Danville Thomas Mcelroy funeral is today ii Iii services for Thoma Wells Mcelroy were set for to Clay at 3 pm at Beaver funeral Home interment i be in Danville n a t i o n a cemetery monday at 11 am or Mcelroy was born l Danville March 71926 a son o the late Willie Anne and Leo w Mel Roar or he was a disabled Veteran surviving Are a brother Willie Mcelroy of new Yore City and one sister mrs Mary Garland of Danville mrs Jeva c Riddick rites Are tomorrow fur reral services for mrs eve c Riddick will be conducted tomorrow at 2 pm at Moun Zion Baptist Church at ring Gold interment will follow in Floral Hills memory gardens mrs Biddick of Ringgold it 1 died tuesday in Memoria Hospi Lall she is survived by one step mrs Bomer and one Virginia Calhoun Charles e sister mrs israels return to peace talks is predicted Cairo Al the Semi offi Cial Cairo newspaper Al ashram quoted diplomatic sources today As saying Isarael will return to indirect peace talks with Egypt and Jordan in Early january but Only As a political Maneu ver Gunnar v jarring the Middle East specialist who conducted peace talks at the United nations until Israel walked out re ports Jan so to the Security Council on tote Progress of the discussions israels return to the talks on Jan 3 or Jan 4 Al ashram said will be based Ruot on a desire to implement the in resolutions but Only to influence that re the newspaper reported that its sources in egyptian for eign ministry obtained their in formation from Washington and new York the paper adi3ed that egyptian diplomats believe the United states while giving lip serv ice disapproval to israels con absence from the talks and its occupation of Arab Terri tory is not any positive measures in this is Spect the egyptian government sent Hussein Elshafei a vice president to Yugoslavia today As part of a world pm Ling Diplo Matic drive to explain Egypt position regarding Israel Shaf Eis party sailed from Belgrade to the brioni islands in the Adriatic sea where president Tito of Yugoslavia is vacationing another egyptian presi Dent Ali Sabry Heads Ai delegation to Moscow on a similar Mission sunday King Hussein of Jordan is hearing the end of his Western trip he flew to lond i from Stuttgart Germany end ing three Days As the gayest of the Bonn government Hussein will spend the Christmas period in Britain with his wife Prin Cess Muni j another Middle Eastern ruler Sheik Isa bin Sulman Al Khalifa of Bahrain made his first Wisi jew Airport project angers englishmen London a resident of six villages in the British Countryside Are vowing Armce resistance to a Royal commis Sions recommendation tha Many or their houses be Razee for an International Jetport billboards spotted through the six communities proclaim Airport Over our dead Bod we mean it posters show a belligerent looking Farmer with a Pitchfork astride Stewkley Church a tar get of the bulldozers i have a Shotgun and a few backsides will be peppered i any bloody Airport Man sets a foot on my land a Farmer rom Cublington said Friday my family has been Here for 380 years an electric company Surveyor found himself looking Down the business end of a Shotgun two weeks ago the boys ran him off the Farmer said but they it him Back later when he proved he had nothing to do with the Airport Cublington 160 residents would be homeless their Village Jone if the Roskilly commis Lions findings Are accepted Wing population 1500 Steak by 1016 Aston abbots 264 Donton 61 and Hoggeston 124 would almost disappear Anc nearly 1000 Homes would fall four 14000foot runways a terminal Complex Multi car Ridgeway highways and Railroad spurs would replace them by 1980 in the rectangle five Miles Ong and three Miles wide the facilities would handle 100 Mil Ion passengers annually this fight will not be lost in 11 the bulldozers and jackhammers actually begin to tear the houses Down said the Rev 3aul Drake vicar of Stewkley Church there will be massive opposition until then other villagers say they will a Down in front of the Earth moving equipment after it arrives there shall be marches demonstrations meetings deputations said the Wing Airport resistance association which claims 60000 members nation wide the resistance has support rom 160 members of Parlia ment but the government not he legislators will decide whether to accept the report he parliamentarians want Lon dons third International Airport located at Foulness in offshore mudflats which would Cost More but would dislocate no families the villagers see the Issue imply their forebears tilled this land and lived and died Ere said Barbara gun those husband is the school master at Stewkley their menfolk have gone from hereto ight wars to defend this Way of Ife we want our heritage Halifax band corps invited to Rose bowl South Boston the Halifax county senior police car is riddled with bullets Morei Iead City n c care with three policemen in it was riddled with 20 bullets this morning during a High Speed Chase i catch two men who had Fira on the Morehead City Povic station the Chase began at Fri Day night and ended at the Marine base at Havelock about 2 Miles away the circuitous route took both oars through the downtown streets of Newport with being exchanged occupants of the two car were shooting at each other Al during the Chase according t Morehead police sgt h n Overman one of the policemen in the Chase no one was hit in either car the car was finally stopped a the Marin base and two men were arrested they Are being iced in the Carteret county Jai on Bond each no motive was established or firing on the police station the two men were charge with resisting arrest firing a policemen and discharging fire arms the Windshield of the police mens car was spattered with bullets there was no estimate of the number of Bullet holes in he car being chased or of the total number of shots exchanged policemen were changing shifts and standing around talk no when the initial shots rang out an Abc Man Gerald Smith Overman and another policeman jumped into the Abc mans car and the Chas Ewas under Way Overman was driving the cars roared Down us 70 at 75 to 80 Miles a hour with uns blazing the police car found two car asked alongside the Road fac no the police car As it approached the policemen stopped to in estimate the occupants of the Ead car said it was the occur ants of the other car who had been firing the shots school marching band Omet Drill corps have High and been invited to participate in the 1972 Ose bowl Parade to be held few years Day in Pasadena Alif l m Venable principal said hat a meeting of the band students and their parents will e held soon to decide whether o accept the invitation Venable estimates that air Are for the 150member group Ould Cost an estimated and train fare an estimated 5000 the school would have be year to raise the necessary funds mid continent hit by blast of Arctic cold y the associated press Artie cold plunged into the mid continent today and drove tem erasures below Zero in half a Ozen states from Montana to Minnesota and South to Nebras to Iran today since the Shah dropped his territorial claim to Bahrain Sheik Isa has been offered an iranian Security Blan Ket to compensate for Brilain pullout from the area in Beirut the lebanese army said today an israeli commands unit chased palestinian guerrillas across the Frontier and blew up a House in the lebanese town of Ainaloa two others were set afire a spokesman said an israeli announcement said three arabs were killed with no israeli casualties but the lebanese spokesman said three lebanese civilians were slightly wounded in the skirmish he said the lebanese army drove the israelis Back across the Border a bottle Cap lacked to inc Back of your shoe polish applicator gives you a Handy tool for cleaning mud off the soles of the shoos before polishing them to rejuvenate paste shoe pol ish thai becomes dried and cracked allow the polish to Welt in Tho Box Over very Low Macau a Light Snow or freezing drizzle coated sections of the Midwest ahead of the cold front trave lers were warned of possibly Slippery roadways in parts of Missouri Iowa and Wisconsin Gale warnings flew on most of the great lakes autumns final weekend was Rainy in much of Central and Southern California nearly inches soaked los Angeles and almost an Inch fell at Point Mug fair skies and pleasant temperatures prevailed along most of the Eastern Seaboard of and inc Over Interior portions Southwest temperatures Befun Dawn ranged from 21 at Williston old to 72 Al Miami Fla some other reports Boston Clear new York 34 Cloudy Philadelphia 33 Clear washing ton 41 Cloudy Atlanta 43 Clear Miami 72 partly Cloudy Detroit is Cloudy Chicago 50 Haze Paul 13 Snow is Louis 47 Cloudy Kansas City 30 Cloudy Dallas 67 partly Loudy Denver 19 partly Cloudy to Nix 40 Clear los Angeles 48 Rani san Francisco 44 ruin Seattle 34 Cloudy Anchorage 25 clo Fly Honolulu 74 rain Hobart College pleads innocent to charges Canandaigua by a Hobart College has pleaded innocent to charges that it failed o prevent its students from thwarting an attempted drug Aid on a Campus dormitory a special stale grand jury in licked the Small private mens ollege at Geneva Friday on our counts of first degree Coer Ion the school if convicted Ould be fined up to a stale supreme court spokesman Aid an attorney for the College entered the plea of innocent shortly after the indictment was turned the special grand jury or ered by gov Nelson a Rocke Eller investigated disorders following the june 5 raid and found the school reckless Ytol rated certain conduct constituting the offence of coercion the indictment blamed the actions on Beverly d Causey r Hobart former acting resident and Johnr Mckean Ean of men but it did not ame them As defendants the indictment said 100 of ome 500 students surrounding Iree patrol cars involved in he raid threatened to harm a District attorney a sheriff and Thomas Tongyai unless three students taken into custody were released and granted amnesty Tongyai also known As Tom my the was an undercover Deputy sheriff on the Lobart Campus earlier the special panel exonerated Tongyai for his under Over role in a firebombing on amps the panel also indicted he three students Given amines y along with five others on barges ranging from drug pos session to riot Everett offers evening courses toward degree Averett College will begin an evening study program at the Start of its 1971 year to offer working people and others in the Community an Opportunity to pursue a College degree pro Gram under the Community study program nine t h r e e h o u r courses will be taught with full College credit Given for their completion they Are intr Duclion to philosophy methods of social work paint ing childrens literature mod Ern mathematics for Elemen tary teachers sculpture person Nel management social prob lems and classics in world literature a erects Dean or r Kirby Godsey explained that the limited number of classes will be Laught during the evening As a part of a erects institutional commitment toward Community education and to gauge the in tar Cal of the Public in such courses the classes will meet from 7 to 10 Oclock one evening each week for 14 weeks tuition is per semester hour interested persons in a y Register Jan 6 or 7 in the Averett dining Hall lounge registration will to confirmed by attendance Al Tho first class nicotine of each course mass arrests under martial Law feared Chicago a telling of snooping watchdog opera Lions by army intelligence men against civilians a former Soldier says he fears there Wil be mass arrests if the country Ever is placed under Marlia Law John m Obrien 26 of suburban Evanston said at a news conference Friday he disclose his role As a spy on politicians and others in Illinois to make unknowing people aware of a menace that exists despite a statement by army Secretary Stanley Resor that Bis Story is without foundation in fact Obrien said he would not Back Down among persons Obrien said he spied on while a staff ser Geant Wilh the 113th military intelligence group in Evanston until june 1970 were sen Adial e Stevenson Iii former gov Otto Kerner now a Federal judge and the Rev Jesse Jack son head of operation bread Basket Obrien said the information gathered went into subversive piles that were sent to Intelli gence command Center at it Holabird my during a period of martial Law this information could have conceivably been used to quell dissent from any individual or organization which possibly May have been opposed to mar tial Law Obrien said an american civil liberties Union lawyer who sat next to Obrien during the news Confer ence said he would not discuss classified information because he respects the integrity of the government and because Hes lot interested in breaking any aws Obrien said he first made his disclosures in letters to sen Sam j Ervin dec head of the Senate constitutional rights subcommittee president Nix on sen Charles Percy ri1l and newsmen Ervin has said he will Call Obrien As a witness at a hearing into charges of Mili Ary spying on civilians the White House said thurs Day it was opposed to Domestic spying and that it will not be done under this administration Obrien said the spying included gathering of information pertaining to the expressed political proclivities the col Section of personal a the penetration and disruption of All organizations considered to be against the United states Mili tary involvement in Vietnam and r selected organizations which expressed their Discon ent with the foreign and domes tic policies of the present administration he defined personal a As any information on background and personal activities wooden Indian is presented by tobacconists a Cigar store Indian carved from a single piece of Wood was presented by r b Bridgeforth or president of Dibrell Brothers inc to mrs Fenton Day or president of the Dan Ville chapter of the Virginia museum yesterday Bridgeforth noted that the Danville tobacco association was instrumental in acquiring lie artefact As Well As others from the recent tobacco Cen Tennial Celebration the Indian whose costume s faded from time has been designated by the donors As a permanent loan to the Danville chapter and will be considered gift when a permanent site or its display is secured Little background information on the carving is available but t is believed that it originally came from Texas it was acquired in Elmer so by Charles k Waddell Secretary treasurer of the Danville tobacco association settlement is reached in cab strike new York a a Tesla Ive settlement was announced Early today in the strike by 56000 taxicab Drivers which lad entered its 15th Day Vincent d Mcdonnell chair Nan of inc slate mediation Board said that a settlement my been reached shortly before am after a 19hour bargain no session the settlement must be ratified by Falcio Al 3036 the taxi Drivers in on and the taxi Elcel owners details of the agreement were not announced Mcdonnell said both sides would Eccl Wilh mayor John v Lindsay Al 2 m Al cily Hall Drivers for the cab fleets vol cd out in an attempt to win a wage increase from an aver Ige of weekly to the to 200 averaged by City transit Vor Kors the Fleet Drivers were sup Lor cd by private owner drive is Clearing 12000 yellow Mcd lion cabs from the streets Gypsy or unlicensed cabs ill Nelly picked up passengers in stink sonic of the strikes of it and provoking clashes be Ween strikers and Gypsy drive draft Board files stolen or damaged Elizabeth no a vandals have damaged draft Board records in Elizabeth and stolen records from a Union City Board 15 Miles away Selec Tive service officials say police said peace symbols and slogans in red paint covered the Walls of the Elizabeth draft Board among the slogans were love your neighbor and Stop killing people in the Cit ies the vandalism was discovered Friday by draft Board employees As they arrived for work at the two offices the Fri has catered the investigation police said there have been no arrests Anonymous tips to news me Dia including the associated press attributed the vandalism to the Early Hoover vacuum conspiracy an Antiwar group name contains a refer ence to Fri chief j Edgar Hoo ver notes left at both draft offices contained references to both Hoover and president Nixon Nixon nonsense and Hoover harassment does not deter us nor does prison deter us the notes said the note at the Elizabeth Board was pinned to a Christ Mas tree and signed merry Christmas col Ca Tocco of new Jersey selective service said the vandalism would not halt operations of the two boards Bui would probably delay draft notices he said identical files Hac been kept in secret locations for just such an emergency there was no sign of Force entry at Elizabeth entry was made through a rear door a Union City ruling slated in Hughes estate Case Las vegas Nev a with 11 Days of testimony in the records state District court judge Howard w Babcock was expected to Issue a ruling today on control of the vast Nevada holdings of industrialist Howard Hughes directors of the Hughes tool co the inherited family firm that is the basis of Hughes for tune argued Friday that they were acting for Hughes two weeks ago when they announced the of Robert a Maheu As head of Hughes Nevada operations Matheus attorney contended the tool company forces were trying to ruin Maheu and his relationship with Hughes Hughes had every right to fire the 53yearold Maheu contended Chester Davis Hughes tool counsel what does he offer except the claim that i am a faithful servant and the master Cannel Ever lose Faith in me said Davis we Are not trying to inter Fere with the personal relation ship we just want to follow the written directive of or Hughes Matheus attorney Morton a Lane characterized the Issue differently the Issue he said is whether individuals can destroy he residual elements of that personal relationship Maheu Las with Hughes Maheu ran Lughes gambling hotel and mining operations which Haye an estimated value of Mil lion the tool company directors Are trying to fire Maheu on the authority of a proxy purportedly signed by Hughes who is said to e on a vacation and business rip to the Bahamas after living Lour years in seclusion in Las vegas the court Battle grew out of a restraining order Maheu obtained preventing the tool com Pany from interfering with his control of Hughes Nevada properties the tool company challenged the order conflicting testimony on the authenticity of Hughes Signa ure on the proxy was Given by handwriting experts during the learing Carolina to get colder weather by the associated press it will Lurn colder in North Carolina sunday but not so old that you can say we got an Early Starl on Winter Winter snarls officially at am monday highs in North Carolina on sunday arc expected to Range rom inc 40s in the mountains o the upper 50s and Low 60s on he coast highs this afternoon were Jan rally in the 60s h will Tarl to turn colder tonight in he mountains Wilh Snow Flur is Likely in the higher Clova ions colder temperatures will a vac inc rest of the state on sunday scattered showers Are Likely on Ifill sunday with the approach of a Low pressure trough did associated cold front fuel Oil strike is continuing i Newyork new York a barring a sudden settlement in the four Darold fuel Oil strike Many new yorkers face the Prospect of unheated apartments and no hot water at least until monday when Union officials Are under order to appear in state supreme court a Manhattan supreme court judge turned aside Friday a plea by the City for an immedi ate slay of the walkout by deliveryman and Burner repairmen but ordered the Union to show cause on monday afternoon Why it should not be enjoined from continuing the strike meanwhile Vincent d Mcdonnell chairman of the state mediation Board pledged to continue intensive negotiations Between the fuel Oil Industry and teamsters local 553 some 2200 Drivers and 600 repairmen struck wednesday for higher wages against 300 companies which Supply about 40 per cent of the cites fuel Oil requirements City housing and health officials charged in court papers that the strike constituted a threat to health and safety in the City chamber issues mail order business warning expensive variations on the old business scheme have been brought to the attention of the better business committee of the Danville chamber of com Merce mrs Ruth Turner Secretary reported today the chamber committee called attention to promoters who recruit beginners to invest in promotions of pens or office supplies by mail order the Council of better business bureaus of which the chamber of Commerce is member said a number o complaints have been received from persons who invested in such mail order promotions under one plan according to the Cobb a mail order Novice called an associate distributor signs a contract requiring an investment of for an initial mailing to a list of 2500 exclusive computer selected business firms for the purpose of soliciting orders for Ball Point pens i for the investment t h e associate distributor receives a list of 2500 prospects the same number of sales brochures envelopes Sample pens am other incentives simulators additionally he has to pay for postage labor and other additional costs involved in mail ing the promotional materials complainants reported receiving from no orders to less than 10 of those who got a response their total return varied from to a Range that in most cases failed to cover even postage charges o for one mailing far Shor of their total investment the computer selected lists were said to be from a Well known credit reporting Agency complainants found that the lists sent to them contained such businesses As filling stations Barber shops churches lawyers and even individuals the bbb Learned that the relationship had been severed by the Agency last March Altavista a although he Doest believe any one Ormula is responsible for attain no a Ripe old age mrs John Owens of Allan Lola says she has always worked hard and taken Are of her he ally she observed her 102nd birth Day today Ive lived for a Long time i am grateful that god keeps sparing me old age is really i Happy time i Only Pray that wont lose the use of my mind and my hands said Cousin Luas she is affectionately called by ice friends and relatives she broke her hip six years ago and has been bedridden since except for the almost Complete loss of sight and a slight heart problem she appears As healthy and Alert As Many half her age Cousin la who now lives with ice 82yearold baby sister mrs Raymond l Cross of 1032 eighth St has Many memories which include an Early childhood at Aspen level a 200acre farm on Staunton River the present site of Altavista she is the former Maria Louise Jenks daughter of the Rev James Jenks and Harriett Slaughter Jenks of new London her father who joined the Confederate army at the age o 16 served As a Baptist minister in new London and later a Altavista during the War Between the Stales father promised Himsel that if he returned Home safety he would become a minister that was one Promise that he kept Cousin la said she remembers Many of the stories that her parents told her about the War and reconstruction i was not born until after the War and i was too Young to foreign tobacco Loans opposed by congressmen a Virginias congressional delegation Lias petitioned president Nixon to oppose Loans similar to one recently granted to help stimulate flue cured tobacco production in Tanzania saying it is spurring Competition with us exports the petition signed by the states two us senators and 10 representatives was in response to a recent loan of million paid by the International development association an affiliate of the world Bank to Tanzania to help increase flue cured tobacco production Prin Pally for Export the delegation said we recognize the advantage of encouraging the underdeveloped nations in improving their Economy but we do not feel that this particular loan is in the Best no Crest of the uni cd states the loan in question will in Lou Ledly develop new compete Ion for the american tobacco cd porn Trade while at the same Inie our government is at Empting to stimuli la the Export of flue cured tobacco rep m a Bill d a chairman of the tobacco Bucom Millie of the House agriculture committee also vote Nixon individually to sex Ness his concern Abbihl said As subcommittee chairman he has received ii Crous complaints about the Oan he said a number of questions have been raised As to the desirability if not the propriety of this governments participation in a loan for the specific purpose of increasing production of a commodity which is already in excess Supply in the United states the let Willt a saturday dec 19 Cousin la 102 observes Century of Progress blasts mini skirts the reconstruction Days but Mother told us of Many Beautiful Homes that turned and families who destroyed Mother said that in some families All of the men and animals were killed in us War forcing the women to till he soil using their Young daughters to pull the plows she added since we had our own farm and raised All of our food re construction did not really bother us i cant remembers a Lime when we had to go hungry or without clothes our family had o always work hard so not Laving slaves did not really make a difference in our Way of life Cousin la says things Bava changed a lot since her youth when i is raising my Broth ers and Sisters we did not have a lot of Money but we never did without things that we really needed my father sold tobacco to pay the taxes and i sold to buy cloth or other necessities people did not rely on Money to bargain with father was Al ways paid with apples or Pota toes Cousin Lusaida she married John Anderson Owens a Farmer on dec 22 1897 and moved into he Jown House which was located in Northern Altavista Cousin la has seen a lot of things come and go during the Century that she lived in Virginia she can Well remember the first car electric Light and air plane in the area but the miniskirt has impressed her More than any of these things i think those Short skirts Are awful in my Day the shortest length that our skirts Ever got was 14 inches from the floor believe me if i we rent in bed my skirts would be a decent length she said City ski club elects officers plans ski trip Sandy m Carr has been elected president of the newly formed Danville ski club serving also will be David surd Vic president Jeannette Greiner Secretary and Nancy i1 Reidsville Grubbs treasurer the annual Christmas membership dance of Ballard Pruitt Post 647 veterans of foreign wars will be held tonight at the Post Home on it 58west beginning at 9 Oclock music will be by the soft tones of the group this week voted to have three types of memberships including a family plan of husband wife and All children under 21 at a Cost of single plan for those 21 years or older at and Stu Dent plan for High school and College students at membership entitles participants to the Danville ski club handbook which contains in formation on All slopes in Vir Ginia and North membership card Carolina and subscription to ski doodles a monthly newsletter fall and Spring outings and membership in the Crescent ski Council the Liaison Between the National and local associations plans Call for a trip Jan 6 to sugar Mountain at Banner Elk no to be cosponsored by the local club and the cites recreation department the group will leave Green Street recreation department at 5 am the Cost is for the first person and for each extra family member or Date and includes roundtrip bus fare All rental equipment All Day lift ticket and two hours of instruction deadline for signing up for the ski trip is dec 31 club members will receive an additional deduction of is or for the trip eight soldiers to be Home for Christmas plastic dishes quickly shod stains when washed in a baking soda water solution Olathe Kan a the army has Given High priority to project Kansas 8 which will re Lurn eight servicemen in Viet Nam to Thier Homes Here for Christmas through the efforts of Harvey Welch a retired army Captain Welch heard a newscast dec 6 about the army new plan to allow Christmas leave for servicemen who could wangle a fur Lough and pay for a roundtrip flight Welch enlisted the Aid of the Olathe daily news in a fund raising drive which has collected a roundtrip charter flight from Saigon to san fran Cisco costs each each sol Dier will get from inc drive the office of us sen James Pearson reported that the men arc tentatively scheduled to leave Saigon by plane tuesday after spending Friday work ing out details with an army congressional Liaison team in Saigon through state depart ment communications facilities pearsons staff reported the army has Given a High priority to the Ola the project if the flip it is confirmed the soldiers arrive at Chicago Harc Airport dec 23 from there they will Fly to Johnson county Airport in Olathe aboard a jul owned by United utilities co of Johnson county Accord ing to Bill Hart chief Pilot for the company a reception is planned Here and a Community wide service in their Honor is scheduled for sunday dec 27 it Tho first United methodist Church design United methodist Church will present a Christ Mas cantata night of Mira cles tomorrow at 11 Amun Der the leadership of Larry Popp choir director Christ Church celebrates Christmas around the world an original 30minute movie in which members of the congregation d e p i c t Christmas customs of other lands will be shown tomorrow at 7 pm at Christ episcopal Church the traditional Christmas party and Exchange of gifts will follow the showing the youth group of me Villa Avenue Baptist Church present the Shoemakers dream a Christmas play to Morrow at pm the play will be in place of the usual evening worship service Thurmond is at my speaker in january new York sen Strom Thurmond rec will Bethe guest speaker at the annual dinner of the american textile manufacturers institutes mar Ket division Jan 28 in new York sen Thurmond a key Republican in the is considered one of the most effective spokesmen for the Tex tile Industry in Washington his committee assignments include the armed services judiciary and rules and administration committees some 500 text i 1 e administrative and Market executives Are expected to attend the dinner sen Thurmond will be introduced by Richard i i Bonsai president Joshua Bailey co inc chairman of the program committee John s Thompson president Crompt Richmond co inc is chairman of the Market committee Wilson tells of questioning by soviet police London a former prime minister Harold Wilson says he was once taken into Cus Tody and interrogated by soviet police he told newsmen Friday that he was seized and his camera confiscated in 1954 when he was in Moscow As part of a labor parly delegation and was taking pictures outside Lubianka Pris on i took a picture of a woman with a bicycle he said in fort Nalcy she was standing in front of the prison a policeman came up look the camera away and questioned inc after planning in my Ralic faulty russian what had happened the camera and photos were re turned to me intact he said ii was in custody annul i hour Wilson told the Story in 1w was being presented 11 smiling camera award by press lion

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