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South Haven Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - May 20, 1963, South Haven, MichiganTribune platform for a better South Haven t paved South Beach parking j City manager government v accepted nov. 1, j port Harbor improvements t nov Tente Boote oct Pheas 637-1104 a 65th year no. 11 daily South Haven Michigan Tribune monday May 20, 1x3 Cloudy Cool Cloudy and Coo through tuesday with scattered Light showers. Low tonight of 38-46 and a High tuesday of 52-60. Overnight coast guard Low was 45. Noon Bank temperature 63. Cents daily wholesale race arrests continue Welcome a Alderman Norris Johnson greets three Rivers mayor left this morning when the mayor arrived at the Day Hall to Start a full Day of activities As part of mayor Exchange Day. Coffee session a mayor Smith and his wife enjoy a cup of Coffee and Roll before starting off on their Daylong tour of the Day. The three Rivers mayor is Here As part of Michigan a weeks mayor Exchange Day. Three Rivers mayor to handle so reins today South Haven opened their Observance of Michigan week today As City officials gathered at the City Hall to Welcome three Rivers mayor Sam Smith. Mayor Smith who arrived Here about 10 . With his wife and City attorney Leonard e. Bullard and his wife Are Here As part of mayors Exchange Day. South Haven mayor Donald m. Goodwill is being hosted at three Rivers. On hand to Greet the mayor were Council men Norris Johnson and Alfred Baars and their wives and City manager Norman Nelson and mrs. Nelson. Following a Coffee session in the Council room the party toured the City Hall police station fire station and other qty buildings. At noon the mayor and his party was honoured at a dinner at Holly a before continuing the City tour. He a be further honoured tonight at a 6 30 . Reception at the yacht club which will be attended by City officials councilman and department Heads. The City a Michigan week festivities will pick up steam again tomorrow when officials Roll out the red carpet for hospitality Day. Included on the Agenda is an open House at the state police Poat from 8 . Until 8 . Commanding officer sgt. Fred Buschell said everyone is Welcome at the Post and will be treated to a tour of the building and be Able to View Post operations and several exhibits. He said that state troopers will be on hand to guide the tour and answer questions concerning police activities. In addition state and City police will be out in Force throughout the Day hailing out of staff and out of City cars As part of the hospitality program. Police will be handing out South Haven merchandise including a three minute Long distance Telephone Call from general Telephone co., Coffee from Macdonald and Holly a apples from Willobee a produce and a car Wash from sieves service station. Other area firms including general Telephone co., Michigan fruit canners Everett piano co., s. E Overton co., National motors castings co Duwel Metal pro ducts co. And Adams electronics will be holding open House throughout the week. Automation comes under Long probe Washington up a a Senate labor subcommittee begins a six month investigation today of the effects of automation on education social welfare labor and Industry. Witnesses called to open the hearing were labor Secretary w. Willard Wirtz Commerce Secre tary Luther h. Hodges and Ivan Nestinger undersecretary of health education and welfare sen. Joseph 8 Clark chairman of the labor manpower subcommittee said the bearings were be ing held to examine the a a dress tidally changing opportunities for employment resulting from a shift from a a manual to a computer and automated a we must look at the total problem so that we can measure the task of developing a National manpower policy which will respond to the terms of the new a we must look at the total problem so that we can measure the task of developing a National Man Power policy which will respond to toe terms of the new causes of the changes will be examined Clark said and efforts made to find out Bow to help individuals adopt to the new life. Other congressional news Ede Catton sen. Abraham Ribi coff a con today offered a Compromise program to quiet Strong feelings Over religious issues which has ended congressional efforts to Aid education. His program would provide income tax reductions for parents sending children to private schools Federal funds to Public schools which allow their facilities to be used i held up a Berlin bound Convoy of by private schools for some in 70 soldiers in 22 trucks and jeeps gov. Wallace welcomes Kennedy gov. George Wallace right of Alabama Steps aside for president Kennedy As the president arrived in muscle Shoals Alabama to take the platform to help celebrate the Tvan a 30th anniversary. The president and governor Wallace had a Brief private talk during the presidents two hour visit to Alabama about racial problems but there were no indications that the two were any closer to an agreement on How to Deal with the racial problem and related violence in Birmingham Alabama after they conferred. May be new Campaign russians interfere with Convoy Berlin up . Officials today wondered whether the russians had started a new Campaign to harass army traffic to Berlin on the Highway through East Germany. These fears were caused by the first russian interference with an army Convoy in six months. Russian Border guards sunday monday family style special Southern Fried Chicken salad potato Gravy toasted Fri Nch bread butter beverage. Servid family style $1.95. The red carpet us-31 and149 a advertisement dismount to be counted. The army refused and the Convoy was cleared after a delay of two hours at the West German end of the Highway and one hour and 45 minutes at the Berlin end. A belief that the russians were up to something was strengthened by the Small size of the Convoy delayed. The army at times has its soldiers leave their vehicles to be Voy is Small the russians count the soldiers As they sit in their trucks and jeeps to make sure the number Given on the army travel order actually Are travelling. Five convoys totalling 633 soldiers in 111 vehicles moved to Ber Lin on the Helmstedt Berlin Highway sunday and the russians picked out the smallest of the five to renew their old demand that soldiers must dismount. I the soldiers were returning Striction and subsidies for teach for three hours and 45 minutes counted to facilitate passage when from three weeks of Field training ers to take advanced training with a demand that the soldiers a Convoy is Large. When a con-1 in West Germany. Week of gala Cooper celebrations by Patrick Harden Cape canaveral up a astronaut l. Gordon Cooper undergoes further medical tests and additional debriefing today before leaving for Washington tuesday where he will receive the distinguished service medal for his historic 22.9 orbit flight around Earth. The slightly built air Force major was relaxed and smiling during sundays tumultuous tribute to his 575,000 mile space voyage. Wednesday Cooper will be honoured with a ticker tape Paradenew York. Plans called for him to ride in a convertible up lower Broadway through the financial District to City Hall where he will be Given a reception. Sunday Cooper described his breathtaking flight probably the last manned space voyage by the United states for 18 months As firm proof Man can sleep eat and live for Long periods in space. He told of seeing vivid geographic details sleeping soundly eating on schedule although he was not too hungry and performing numerous experiments assigned to him. A really no problem Cooper described his blazing a fireball re entry under manual control an emergency step that was necessary after the automatic system failed in the 20th orbit and caused anxious concern around the world. A there was really no problem a he said. There had been speculation that still another one Man space flight in the project Mercury series might be held later this year but a top official of the Federal space Agency said it seemed a quite in the statement by or. Robert c. Seamans associate director of Nasa apparently meant the next . Manned space flight will not come until october 1964, at the earliest. Seamans said a definite decision on whether there would be another Mercury flight a must be made within the next week or he described the Cooper flight As a apparently. Most Success full and that a it seems quite unlikely there will be another Mercury vote tomorrow wheat referendum expected to draw record farm numbers banned by Haiti a or dered out of Haiti for allegedly showing hostility to the haitian government by evacuating dependents of some 30 United nations members from the country . Representative John Richardo of new Canaan conn., be stimulates As he talks to newsmen at the Airport in port a Prince. Reports Holdup but police charge him Paw Paw Mich. Up a Paw Paw filling station operator who was held up and robbed of $80 sunday probably wishes he Hadnot reported it to police. Authorities had been seeking the operator Joe Beasley on a Haines. Fla., warrant charging him with grand larceny and forgery. Beasley 21, told officers two men held him up and Escapeda car that did no to have License plates on it. Washington up a Wheatl numbers tuesday in a referendum Farmers across the nation Are Exon whether to accept president petted to vote in record breaking Kennedy a production control plan. Harvard is raided by gals Cambridge mass. Up a Radcliffe College girls staged a reverse panty raid on Harvard sunday night and touched off a noisy demonstration involving 2.000 students. Police broke up the disturbance and arrested eight Harvard men on charges of disturbing the peace and alleged property damage. They were to be arraigned today. There were no injuries and no major damage. The uprising blamed on Spring fever and pre exam pressure started when 150 Radcliffe girls marched a mile to Harvard Yard and shouted to men in Winthrop House a male dormitory to throw them underwear. Some of the Harvard threw shorts and others dropped water bombs and bars of soap. One Radcliffe girl said the raid was planned Early sunday. As the girls began returning to their dormitories the Harvard began grouping for a panty raid on Radcliffe a a nine dormitories. A of Quot t Thore were at least 2.000 inert and women involved in the demonstrations officials said. By this time police had been posted at All doors of the Radcliffe dormitories allowing no girls out and no boys in. Police said none of the boys entered the girl dormitories but they yelled at the girls to throw them panties. Some of the girls tossed unmentionables and others retaliated with water bombs. During the demonstration police told the students that Harvard president Nathan Pusey had warned them that any boy whose identification card was confiscated would face possible suspension police also drove cruisers slowly through the milling crowds to an attempt to split up and disperse the students. By 11 .m., Edt most of the Harvard had returned to their Campus. Call us for your Winter garment cleaning and Don t forget our refrigerated to storage for woe Ieni. Peacock cleaners a advertisement an estimated 1-5 million Farmers will be eligible to vote on the Issue that has generated More heat than a major political race to Many farm areas. Agriculture department officials said the turnout undoubtedly would set a new record for a Farmer referendum. President Kennedy was expected to make another Appeal for his controversial wheat proposal at a White House ceremony today 12 30 . Edt when he signs the feed Grain Bill pushed through Congress last week. The presidents theories on control of farm production face a crucial test to the wheat referendum. Democrats wanted him to sign the feed Grain Bill prior to the wheat vote for two reasons a Hie feed Grain Bill activates provisions of another Law under which if wheat controls Are accepted by Farmers a producers could Plant wheat on Idle feed Grain acres and vice ver a. This increased flexibility in planning farm acreage makes the wheat control program More attractive administration officials feel. A enactment of the feed Bill Means r cannot be used As a vehicle for new wheat legislation if wheat controls Are Reju ted. Re pub Means have predicted that con r Gress would come up with a new wheat Bill if the referendum failed. The stakes in the wheat refer Dum Are High. A two thirds majority is needed for approval of the Kennedy plan. Defeat would be a heavy political blow to the president and agriculture Secretary Orville l. Freeman. A a a Birmingham remains Quie t despite bombing threats by Charles e. Webb United press International eleven integration demonstrators who tried to take up Tho Freedom walk of a slain Baltimore postman were arrested near Gadsden ala., sunday and wholesale arrests of integration Bent demonstrators continued in North Carolina. Birmingham where negroes told of Telephone threats of new bombings remained tense but quiet under the watchful Eye of 1,200 Law enforcement officers. Possible intensified racial activity loomed today at Selma ala., where a negro Leader called for a mass attempt at voter registration. Integration activity was not confined to the South. Some 2,000 persons gathered on the state capital Lawn at Hartford conn., in a demonstration in support of integration leaders in Birmingham. Says Whites a running scared a i negro congressman Adam Clayton Powell d-n.y., in a speech at Englewood .n.j., said the a White Man is running scared and that negro parents should continue to use their children As instruments to the fight for Equality. He urged a continued Boycott of the Lincoln school in Englewood. At Cleveland negro comedian Dick Gregory predicted the Birmingham integration agreement worked out at the height of a 40-Day siege of tense racial demonstrations that saw More than 2,000 negroes jailed would prove lasting. Gregory said the agreement setting up a time table on integration of lunch counters and other improvements would stick because it was negotiated with a a Force that controls 90 per cent of the City a wealth and 98 per cent of the working or. Martin Luther King whose Southern Christian leadership conference helped Mastermind the Birmingham demonstrations was scheduled to return to the Southern steel City today. King had said earlier that this weekend was a a a crucial one to the Birmingham agreement. The 11 arrested who tried to take up Baltimore Post Toan William l. Moore a March included six negroes and five Whites. One of the White persons was a 36-year-old actress Madeline Sherwood who had been arrested once i it before in similar activity. The Alabama Highway patrol and county officers arrested the group after they got Only 15 Yards from the spot where Moore was ambushed and slain last april 23 while on a walk to make a personal plea to Mississippi gov. Ross Barnett to end segregation. A they could have incited a riot a said col. A1 Lingo head of the Alabama patrol. The eleven were jailed in Gadsden. The demonstrations in North Carolina where some 650 negroes remained in jail As the result of demonstrations against segregated restaurants and Heaters at Durham Raleigh Fayetteville Wilmington and Greensboro moved to a Chain restaurant sunday and resulted in the arrest of some 400 negroes and about 15 Whites. Communists agree to meeting to discuss two us a Irmen Seoul Korea up a comm Taried zone Village of pan Mun Compromise plans offered on Tariff cuts by germans Geneva up a weit German economics minister Ludwig or hard today offered a Compromise plan to end the deadlock Between the United states and the common Market countries on Tariff reductions. At a private meeting of the common Market countries Erhard suggested combining the . Plan for a across the boards cuts and the common Market plan for a varied level of cuts. The Erhard plan has been presented to Maurice Brasseur common Market group chairman to be drafted formally a common Market spokesman said. It will then he studied by . Delegation chief Christian a. Herter a former Secretary of state currently representing the United states at the conference of the general agreement on tariffs and Trade. Informed sources said Herter would leave the conference wednesday if no agreement had been reached by then and the consequences could be As serious As Britain a failure to join the common Market last Winter. An american source said that at first sight the . Delegation a is pretty cools towards the or Hald proposal. French finance minister Valery Giscard Deestaing described it As a a Good the plenary session was suspended while the draft plan was presented to the various delegations. Earlier today a three hour meeting with the United states and Britain on one Side and mar Ket members on the other broke up without reaching an agreement. A nothing is settled a an american Delegate said. Herter led the Anglo american negotiators in the talks that ended shortly after Midnight. He was to Confer again today or tuesday with the common Market team headed by Jean Rey the Market executive commissioner for external affairs. The Issue is the amount of Tariff reductions acceptable to the two sides. The United states is authorized to negotiate across the Board Tariff cuts of up to 50 per cent. Het terms team can Settle for Les than 50 per cent but the Cut must be the same for All products. Nist North Korea today agreed to attend a military armistice commission meeting wednesday a which the United nations command will seek return of two american pilots forced Downnorth Korea. The North Korea radio said sunday that pilots captains Ben w. Stutts 32, of Florence ala., and Carleton w. Voltz 26, of 1817 Crystal st., Frankfort Mich., had been a a captured last thursday but said nothing of their condition. A unc spokesman said . Marine maj. Gen. George h. Cloud will make a Strong demand for the return of the men at wednesdays meeting in the Demili Jom. Previous demands have gone unheeded by the communists. The unc helicopter piloted by Stutts and Voltz was flying a Boundary checking Mission along the demilitarized zone Between North and South Korea when forced Down in communist territory it was fired on by the North korean but it was not known whether the shots hit the plane before or after it landed. The Lewis and Mann quartet comedy vocal and dancing at the red carpet us a and14a every wed., thors., Fri. It set a advertisement gop Leader asks if Guantanamo is to be abandoned Washington up a gop chairman William e. Miller started a new argument sunday with the administrations cuban policy by asking if president Kennedy planned to abandon the . Base at Guantanamo Bay. Miller a new York congressman also quoted news reports As saying that a fresh intelligence showed the russians were building a naval base at Banes on the northeastern tip of cubs. He asked Kennedy if such reports were True. Quot sen. Hubert Humphrey a Moa. Replied to Millers questions by calling them a simple mischievous nonsense without say foundation he said the gop Leader was engaging in a Monkey business and shenanigans Tor spread doubt and Eon Fusko when he a no Humphrey said that Quot apparent the gop strategy is to Rai doubts shout Cuba and then Dea mind a that the president set Theu doubts to

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