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'Tt ESTABLISHED 191'9 EIGHT' PAGES DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY Statement Refuted I Davis of Seven Springs right a member of the Moss Hill 0 Observers Cannot President Voices Arctic Air Hits Start Of Legislature Northeastern Hopes About Cuba of ing iwrui varouna in xne 7 Cee sponsored national contest (staff photo) (Pop) Rees i 7" Oule Bankers Buckle dt held Ordination Service Set On Sunday Gastonia Doctor On Trial or Murder a Belha follow with con Bail Bondsman Is Shot To Death Two Car Accident Is Reported Arrested Man Swallows Evidence VISITING RURITAN Ruritan club newly elected National Ruritan director from the Greenville Goldsboro district paid an official 'visit to Beaufort county riday along with Joe Tyndall of Pink Hill left District Ruritan Governor Shown chatting with the visitors is Harry Hodges Jr center District Lt' Governor and a member of the Big Swamp Ruritan club The Big Swamp club played host to the visiting dignitar ies with an oyster roast at Tire Rebuilders last night Both made short talks on Ruritan during the social occasion (Staff Photo)1 Edward Murrow Is Main Speaker At The Dedication On riday All Next Week Is Unofficial Holiday Respecting Lincoln Congressman Says State Paper Report Was Not actual General Assembly Gets Off To A Brisk Pace noon ebruary 10 from 2:40 until 3:00 pm on the phosphate operations in lordia Roberson Jr president of WITN was in lorida recent ly and took many pictures of com mercial phosphate mining in the lorida mines He took pictures not only of the mining operaitons of the phosphate plants but also of the areas reclaimed after min mg had ceased He shows lakes and earth mounds built up and it is believed that this pictorial story of phosphate operations la lorida wijl give people of East ern North Carolina and the Pam lico area a close look at what is 5 taking place there and what could be the picture here if commercial phosphate mining starts here? Dr Swindell sustained a slight cut on the forehead in a tw car collision here The accident is reported to have occured when Dr Swindell driv ing a 1962 Buick west on Eleventh street hit a parked 1962 Chevro let owned by Rudolph Keech of Pinetown The report shows that Dr vision was obstruct ed by the rain Damages were estimated at $400 to the Buick and $800 to the Chev rolet Mercury Plummets To Sub Zero Readings In Northern States ferardtai ReGel iring Squads scorecard blank wi After one Month Execute Kassem And SPEAKER John Winfield Pantego Director of MarketsN Department of Agriculture Raleigh will be 1 principal speaker at the the year ban quet to be held here ebruary 12 at 7:00 High light of the JayCee sponsored banquet will be the presentation of the award to the outstandingyoung farmer of l962 in Beau fort county The recipient willcompete in state competition with the state winner represent ing North Carolina in the Tav GASTONIA NC had never been so concerned and so hopeful that a person would a doctor on trial for murder said riday Dr Harry Riddle 47 year old white physician is charged with first degree murder in the death of Leonard Patton 27 a Gastonia Negro last March 9 The case was expected to go to the jury Testifying to his own behalf riday Dr? Riddle said Patton was stabbed to a struggle at the home of Mrs Jessie Patton 67 the dead mother The doctor related that Patton abused him over the telephone because he did not respond quick ly enough to repeated calls from the man concerning his health When 'Dr Riddle 'started for the Patton home ha testified he took Volunteers Arrive To Aid In Projecl a hunting knife with him' for pro tection He told' the court Patton flailing me around the chest and stomach other persons to the room grabbed me One had me around the right arm and head At that point I swung around tried to break loose and pushed Leonard to the floor "I pulled my knife Hus cuffhng was entirety ridiculous I pulled the knife in an effort to break it up I held the knife firmly against my stomch with the blade pointed up Leonard came off the floor and tackled By this time people had grabbed me The doctor who said he assisted other doctors in operating on Pat ton a Gastonia hospital testi fied that he did not swing the knife and at first did not know that Patton had been Cut first trial ended to a hung jury 1 GREENWOOD SC (AP) man charged with drunkenness swallowed the evidence in magi courts riday Highway Patrolman Joyce noticed the man staggering' along a highway and brought tom be fore Magistrate Judson Ayers Jr on a Drunkenness charge The patrolman brought along as evidence a half pint: bottle more than half full of whisky Ayers sentenced the man to 15 days in jail The man then asked for his whisky but was' informed it had been confiscated With that he grabbed the bot tle and downed its contents in one gulp before the' startled magistrate or patrolman could stop him However Ayers was not too startled to add another 15 days to the sentence in i i WASHINGTON NORTH CAROLINA" SATURDAY ATERNOON EBRUARY 9 1963 By THE ASSOCIATE! PRESS Artic cold eased somewhat in the northeast today after a second subzero night rubbed in coldest weather for the populous northaAtlantic seaboard i mercury reached 3 be low zero early today coldest read ing of the winter New York City which had a winter low of 2 ri day bottomed out at 11 above to day before getting upward into the teens In the mountains and border rigorous marks recurred 23 below at Pellston Mich 22 at Alpena Mich and 10 at Burlington Vt and Port land Mgme Unusudlly mild temperatures in thtear West provided a contrast to the Northeast with low marks in the 60s along the California coast it stormed Von the Coast with high surf pounding beach communities heavily The intense storm off the southern California coast brought welcome ram to the shore areas dry from chronic precipitation shortage Gov Edmund Brown declared some Orange County shore areas a disaster area after four days of high wave damage In Syracuse NY where the temperature got down to 13 ri day two main power lines snapped from the cold and some 13(X) homes and businesses went without electricity for an hour? The cold front a gift from eastern Canada concentrated New England New York State Pennsylvania and New Jersey It spread with lesser intensity into tlie west as far as the Mississippi Valley Temperature in Midwest riday generally the teens with snow falling in amounts of one to two inches over the Dakotas 'Minnesota Iowa and Northern Illinois a But west of the Rockies it was springlike and balmy in the (See WEATHER Page 3) story in the News Observer was incorrect State ments allegedly made by me were noi factual and I did not make such statements attributed to me The plans have not been halted and the story quoting JH Pur vis of Belhaven as to what I said has no basis of 1 reorganization of the US Coast Guard is not a political mat ter but an administrative one de signed to give better service and at the same time save tax mon I This was the explanation this morning given by Herbert Bonner irst District congress man and Chairman of the Coast Guard and isheries com mittee of the lower House of con gress Mr Bonner says that while Washington wiU be depot for this area of the Coast Guard better service to nega tion faster service better patrol ling methods and quicker and rescue efforts will result Tie points out that this zation is being carried out on the Atlantic and Pacific ocean bases as well as those the Gulf of Mexico In Washington there will be large Coast Guard boat capable of making 30 miles per hour It will work seven days per week day and night and most of the time will be spent in patrolling in the? Coastal areas tin addition there will be a smaller and faster boat based in Washington for ser vice mr emergencies and when ueeuea iu neiicopiers navei wen 'assigned the a 1 Guard two of them for Elizabeth City? These will be amphibious and capable of getting on ji rescue Or Search sdene in a matter of minutes Mr Bonner points out that then there will be a mobile unit in Washington Which can be sent anywhere in the area on immed iate calls at all times He points out that the area to be served em braces Pamlico Pungo Chowan Roanoke and other riv ers and surrounding areas In a letter to Mr Bonner from Admiral Rowland Coast Guard commander Adrniral Row land says that if thiiew arrange ments do not meet conditions sat isfactorily the matter will be re viewed immediately It was pointed out that the pre sent facilities at Belhaven and Hobucken are not search and res cue operations but light attendant outfits According to the present plans the Verbena stationed in Washing ton will be sent to Morehead where its capabilities can better be utilized The new 53 foot ICW craft will replace it in Washington Mr Bonner emphasizes that these boats using Washington as a depot will in reality be in Beau fort county waters very little will be" patrolling and keep ing watch in the waters on the coast and we sincerely believe the navigation protection search and rescue potential will be greatly en hanced' under the new says Mr Bonner' i this new operation does not do what it is intended to do then be one of the first to re cognize it and recommend chang says Mr Bonner Problem Of Soviet i Troops Arises During jh Sity Meet With Costa Rican Moose Lodge Holds Meeting Thursday Washington Lodge No 1899 Loy al Order of Moose met at the Lodge Home on East Main street Thursday night The architectural firm of Roland a Simpson erguson sub mitted tentative sketches for the new Moose Lodge to be built chi River Road It was expressed by Governor Russell Peed that at last meeting the following new candi dates were Lyles Rees Abbie ornes James Keziah David Mc noy william lanner William Hodges Clinton Martin DallasWrWaters Cam 'Rzximan Dr red Howdy and Leon Woolard It was announced by Tom Ridgeway March of Dimes dir ector that the Moose did not hold the rpad block project last Sun day due to the weather but that he will meet with all Moose mem bers at 8:00 this Sunday morning for the purpose of con ducting me project RALEIGH i Carolina General Assembly set ting up shop in a new stand got its 1963 session off at a brisk pace this week In three days they disposed of opening formalities twice heard Gov Terry ideas on what they should do and received bills on some of the major is sues which will come before them Observers have seen the legislature in session many times could not recall a more headlong start i They speculated it might be the stimulation of the surrounding the $62 million Legislative Build ing designed by famed architect Edward Stone and in use for tile first time The big question those who keep their finger on the legisla tive pulse agreed is whether the legislators will be as prompt settling the issues so quickly raised These included: A budget which contemplates spending $18 bill ion j4he'inKt two fiscal with 7 hefty in creases for? public schools and higher education purposes Redistrictmg the Senate to pro vide a more equitable distribu tion of the members on the basis of population Two bills have been introduced one present 50 seat Senate and the oth er constitutional amendment in creasing membership to 60 A third proposal to be sponsored by the Republican delegation has been promised Raising the 75 cents hour ly minimum wage to $1 a step endorsed by the governor A bill to make the boost effective next Jan is awaiting action up regulations governing the absentee ballot Bills to put into effect recommen dations of ithe State Board of Elections have abeen introduced but the Republicans promise their ideas on the subject abolishing the absentee vote is yet to come Gov Sanford gave an unexpect ed filMp to his budget message by holding out the prospect of some kind of tax relief There was speculation he had in mind liberalization of income tax de ductions favoring persons low er income brackets The governor is expected to be more specific on the tax relief as well as other items at a later date He promised to return with more detail on highway safety a subject touched on in a bill intro duced to require seat belts in new cars sold after next Jan 1 Hie governor also has yet to spell out his proposals for a first step in implementing court improvement Action on the legislation already the null must wait until com mittees are organized House Speaker Clifton Blue made a start by appointing 13 of the 50 committees for his chamber Sen ate President Clarence Stone named three committees The money leaders who emerg ed were: Appropriations Chair men Rep David Britt of Robe son and Sen i Thomas White of Lenoir inance Chairmen Rep Clyde Harriss of Rowan and Sen Jimmy Johnson of Jredelli 'These men will have a big voice in the course of legislative consid eration of the budget prepared by Gov Sanford and the i Advisory Budget Commission as well as (See ASSEMBLY Page Dctwn ToJoVOf Closing? Storm Cut Bbxton Inlet Lupton uneral Held At Sladesville Today uneral services for Lupton age 74 will be held at the St Episcopal church at Sladesville this afternoon at 2:00 conducted by the Rev Lucas rector Burial will follqw in the church cemetery His grand sons will serve as pallbearers t' Mr Lupton died at 1he home of his son Phillip Lupton in Wash ington last Thursday morning He was a lifelong resident and commercial fisherman of the fela desville community of Hyde county He is survived by his wife two sons one daughter 13 grandchild ren 10 great grandchildren one sister one half borther and one half sister 85 a northsouth thor oughfare A 38 year oId Graham NC woman Mrs Annabelle Lovette turned up here 'Thursday saying she and her husband were caring for the baby Police quoted her as saymg the youngster wandered away as she and her husband Theodore Lovette 46' were in a tavern Subsequently she said her husband also left her 1 Tbe BI said riday it had picked Lovette up Laurinburg NC and charged with with in terstate transportation of a stolen automobile He is being held in a Rockingham NC jail Mrs aulkher said blue eyed Bobby can go into a foster home that 'already has been? secured once the county gams feustody men' ir no' one up any claim on she (See WAI Page 8') Sky Diving Set or Heart Benefit A Sky Diving exhibition will be staged at Warrea Airport near Washington on Sundays: afternoon at 2:00 it was announced today by Scott chairman of the Heart und drive Mr Scott says this exhibition will be in behalf of the a fund While admission to the air port is free it is hoped that spec tators will see fit to make some contribution to the Heart fund1 Ralph Waddell Of Bath Dies riday Ralph Waddell age 55 resi dent and farmer of the White Post community Bath route one suddenly at his home riday after noon at 3:00 o'clock following a heart attack He had been in fail ing health for a number of years He was bom in Virginia son of the late Richard and Ida Wool ard Waddell spending most of his lifetime in Beaufort county He was a member of the Hun ters Bridge Church of Christ and was married to the former Helen Congleton of this county Jlily 9 1931 Surviving besides his wife are two sons Richard Waddell of Greensboro and Clifton Waddell of Williamston three daughters Mrs Bobby Emory of Washing ton Mrs James Wallace of Bath and Miss Ruth Waddell of the three grandchildren one half sister Mrs Edna Dunlap of Maryland uneral services will be held at the Chapel of Paul uneral Home Sunday afternoon at 3:00 conducted by the Rev Jim Mc Clure and the Rev Herman Sha vender Burial will follow in Pam lico Memorial Gardens 'i ii A The following will serve as pall bearers: Ricks Ambrose Heber Latham Ira Garrett Mansel Tho mas Rudolph Davidson and Leon Davidson Belhaven Native Dies At Rocky Mount Mrs Esther Stem Whitehurst of Rocky Mount a native of ven died riday afternoon ing a short Illness uneral services will be Sunday afternoon at 3:00 at the Church of the Good Sheph erd of which she was a member The Rev Thomas Smyth will officiateand burial will be in the Pineview cemetery Mrs Whitehurst age 57 was the wife of Dr Luther Whitehurst She spent her early years in Bel haven and attended the Belhaven schools Junior college Raleigh and East Carolina college in Greenville She moved to Rocky Mount in 1933 Survivors other than her hus band are one daughter Mrs Bet tie Ann Whitehurst Everette of Charlottesville Va one brother Stearn Jr of Haddon Heights two sisters Mrs LPhelps of Belhaven and Mrs Miller of Haddon Heights NJ PORTSMOUTH Va (AP) Portsmouth bail bondsman was shot to death early today at a hun ting club in Nansemond County i Police say Myer Jacobson 57 may have been killed by a ma chine gun Officers said the body was per forated by numerous bullet holes i Jacobson was killed about mid night at the Portsmouth Hunt Club near Driver i Ordination services for Lanny Ridgeway to the ministry will ba held at 7:30 Sunday even ing at irst Baptist church Mr Ridgeway is now the sup ply pastor at Cherry Chapel Ba tist church and assistant admin istratar at Beaufort County Hos a pitalJ 1 4 i Those participating in rthe 'ser vice will be Paul Waters who will present the Holy Bible to Mr Rid geway 4 the Rev Irby Jackson pastor of Immanuel Baptist church of Greenville who will de uver me cnarge io me candidate andv lead the ordaining prayer Dr Hartwell Campbell of East Carolina College whq will give the charge to the and the Rev Luther: Matthews pastor who will bring the ordination sermon The Cherry Chapel congregation will be attendance for this ser vice at irst Baptist' and the public is cordially invited to anena Takes Place riday Broadcast Urge People To Enlist To Defend 'I Against Kassem Regime: By WILLIAM ARBOGAST WASHINGTON The 88th Congress is month old today and still its legislative scorecard is a blank more no entries are ex pected soon All next week is an unofficial holiday out of respect to Abraham Lincoln whom many members will eulogize at patriotic ceremo nies back home The Senate and the House plan to meet only twice during the the Constitution requires but the busi sign will be hanging in both chambers rom opening day Jan 9 through Thursday the Senate de bated the wisdom of curbing fili busters It finally decided to do nothing but the decision paved the way for committees to organize and start grinding out legislation The House' no serious filibuster problems has passed and sent to the Senate two bills One would allow the Army to lend some tents and other equipment to the Boy Scouts for their annual Jamboree The other would make some bookkeeping changes in the method of paying funeral expenses of dead veterans Two other bills are ready for House consideration They would increase payments for veterans deaf both ears or who have lost the use of their vocal cords the legislative crop for the year to date not an unusual situation It takes until the end of ebruary to get committees organized i President Kennedy has sent Congress eight messages with more to come They outline the legislative program the President wants the? 88th Congress to enact during the two years of its exist ence If it considers only half 'of the proposals this year Congress could be in session when the snow falls next winter Perhaps the first real test of the congressional temper will come early next month when the initial 'appropriation i bill of the year is scheduled to hit the House floor It will provide additional funds for federal agencies which claim Congress eut them too much last year or who have encountered financial problems: they i foresee in 1962 The appropriation bill test sincerity of bipartisan' 7de mands for deep cuts in new funds CONGRKS Page 8) Cherokee County officials since he was found by a truck driver wan dering along a busy highway near here Mrs Rose aulkner head 'of the welfare department said his real mother show lun voine to fite in for temporary custody then place him in a foster She said the temporary custody "may come today then added with a smile: just as a pngni ana aaaraoie as he can The youngster who appears to be about three years old has been steeping in the home a the Cherokee County Hospital here since Wednesday He was turned over to county authorities after a driver him jumping up and down along busy Harry Daniel ((Pop) age 48 resident of Riverside Park city died at North Carolina Memorial Hospital Chapel Hill this morn ing at 2:15 following a critical illness of two days1 Mr 'Ress was born in Mason County Kentucky July 10 1914 son of the late John Lynn and I Lutie Ball Rees was a buyer for the Reynolds Tobacco Co a member and deacon of the irst Christian the Beaufort County Wild life club the Loyal Order of Moose and a veteran of World War serving in the US Air He was married to the former I Ella Jordan Ogburn on eb 25 1950 who survives 'Other survivors are one son Ro bert Bauder Rees of the home one daughter Susan Ball Rees of the home one sister in law Mrs Jane Rees of Maysville Kentucky uneral services will be held afternoon at 2'00 o'clock i from the irst Christian church conducted by Dr Rhodes Thomp son pastor Burial will follow in Pamlico Memorial Gardens The body will remain at Cherry Lyles uneral Home and be tak en to the church an hour prior to the service i 1 The following will serve as ac tive nallbearers" Jim Moore Dr jl '7 Clark Rodman Dr William Kidd iji Harold Lane Irvin Litchfield Geo rge Parker Wayland Sermons and Cam Rodman Honorary are Mau rice Cutler Homes Jr Lav erne Taylor James Goldsmith Harry Lee Roberts John Leach and Leon Thompson GAIT'NEY' SC (AP) A spry little waif who says his name is Botby has won the hearts of GREENVILLE" The Voice of new 5 million watt shortwave Station in operation here today and an of ficial says plans are underway to increase power at othei Henry Loomis director oi tne VOA said at dedicatory cere monies here riday that the agen cy a part of the US Informa tion Agency plans to add another 5 million watts of shortwave pow er by' modernizing facilities this and an additional 5 million watts by adding new sta tions Philip pines i The announcement by Loomis was in line with a statement ri day by Edward Murrow di rector of the USIA Murrow sneakins at the dedication of the $23 miUlion Greenville transmit said the? United States re mams third in the hours of inter national broadcasting behind Ra dio Moscow and RadiosPeking this ill balance we shall re Murrow said i President Kennedy took 'part in the transmitter dedication via radio He said the transmitter 96 times stronger than any com mercial broadcasting station in this will make it possible for more people to hear Ameri message in countries where governments tryto jam US broadcasts Thfe Greenville station spread over 6000 acres near this city of i 24000 is the treatest sin gle expansion Murrow said Three years were required to build the Greenville transmitters and a staff of 104 will operate on an annual budget of $25 mil i Ajllon i iriG Programs originating i ington can be beamed to the re ceiving site here then sent to the siw transmitters for broadcasts around the world Loomis and Murrow accompa med some 50 officials who flew to i Greenville from Washington for the dedication The party includ ed eight congressmen five from North Carolina 1 When engineers switched the station in operation it began broad casting music news and eommen tary Three Lieutenants Spry Lille Waif Wandering On Road Has WonThe Hearts Of Cherokee Coy lily WTa' TA WT If You Do Not Get Di A A II I A itL Vnur Pnnpr El Jf' livered to you By WEBB MCKINLEY BEIRUT Lebanon Rebel firing squads have executed overthrown Premier Abdel Kerim i Kassem and three of his top lieu tenants the Baghdad radio: an nounced today i 1 The executions took place after the capture of Kassem and his aides by army rebels who staged ths Broadcast said Earlier broadcasts by the pro Nasser regime had said Kas sem was but gave no details of his reported death It vias believed by some that he could have fled from his besieged defense ministry and made good his escape by boat on the Tigris i River Another broadcast today said that the bodies of two of lieutenants had been found by sol diers in the? rubble of the bombed 'out ministry 'As soon as the an nouncer read his statement other voices were heard shouting that s7 the dictator has met his death beneath the feet of the peo Indicating that anti Communist rebels may not yet have extended their supremacy everywhere oth er broadcasts urged people to re port to recruiting centers and en 5 list to defend the revolt against supporters i WEATHER cloudy not quite as cold tonight Lows upper 20s north middle 30s south Sunday mostly? cloudy rather cold with' rain spreading eastward late Sunday Belhaven Lions Hear IL A Cadle BELHAVEN Members of the Belhaven Lions Club had as gu est speaker on Thursday evening i A Cadle director of Admis sions at Chowan College Murfrees boro Mr Cadle spoke on the role of education in developing a sense of responsibility in young people An educated man the speaker told the Lions is one who Is equal to any occasion He urged his hearers and all adults to en courage young men and women to finish high school and attend college so that they might take their rightful places in the world Lion John Cuthrell vice presi dent presided the absence of Jack Alligood president The meet ing was held at the River orest Manoj In addition to routine business the Lions heard a report from Purvis on thevmeefing held with Coast Guard officers to pro test the removal of Coast Guard Station seaiea on irom the rest of the world and Iraqis were warned that violators of a curfew would be shot Syria northwest neighbor closed its own borders and braced for possible trouble from the pro Nasser new regime The situation 'Damascus where students had defunnstrntoH uescruwa as 4 Turkey the northeastern tx der alerted Rs air force units on the frontier Primemister Ismet Inonu was quoted) in the Turkish press as saving guess Is Nasser has a finger1 this The tenor of accounts in the Turkish press indicated the writ ers believed the revolt was justi fied The three executed besides Kate sem were Col Gadel Abass El Mahdawi president of the Peo Court Taha Sheikh Ahmed described as a notorious Commu nist agent and a Lt Kanaan of tha military police The bodies uncovered in the De fense Ministry ruins were those nt piCol Wasfi Taher and Brig Abdel ri 41 II Loomis Says VOA Sel To Incjease Power AlSlaiions tx 1 By Rep Bonner WASHINGTON (AP President Kennedy is reported to have ex pressed hope that the problem of Soviet troops in Cuba will be re solved by the time he leaves for Costa Rica in mid March US diplomatic informants said riday that Kennedy voiced this hope during a White House meet ing Thursday with Costa for eign minister Daniel Oduber However tiie sources empha sized that Kennedy did not specify or predict a deadline after which some action might be taken At his Thursday news confer ence the President recalled that Soviet Premier Khrushchev had promised that Russian troops will be withdrawn from Cuba'cin due time He said the United Statdk is titying to determine through dis mis'inni wbn th's Dnay come about US and Latin American diplo mats discounted one report which quoted the President as telling an unidentified Latin American diplo mat Thursday that he is confident Soviet troops will be off the island by March and that if they are not he plans concerted action with oth er hemisphere nations High US sources said Kennedy told Oduber the only Latin Amer ican official to have an announced White House appointment Thurs day that he hopes for resolution of the Cuban situation before his visit to Costa Rica March 18 20 The President plans to fneet then with the presidents of the Central American republics The question of Soviet power 'in Cuba was discussed again riday by Sen Kenneth Keating and John A McCone director of the Central Intelligence Agency Neither Keating nor McCone would shed any light on details of their talk although Keating told reporters that McCone promised him that his recommendations be transmitted to the Presi dent Keating added that none of his proposals involves military action (See CUBA Page 8) BUXTON NC Weary residents of HatterasTslaiid ex pected more than 100 persons here over the weekend to reinforce their efforts in closing a storm cut inlet on North "Out er Banks near Buxton Meanwhile1 winds estimated up to 56 miles an hour gusts buf fetted the sand bagged around the inlet riday Although the winds and waves gave the snad bagged area greatest beating the bags stopped erosion "'ifty volunteers were expected today from the Norfolk Halts XV 141 11 Cd 111 IL guild tU I ttsi i enlisted men and officer fronfi1111 Jeaaa the iadio said Uie Naval Air' Station at Norfolk) iaher was Kassem chief military also are expected Another 20 mcnl eTsa Jeddafr was chief of from beaches north of Buxton also I Defense Ministry guard were expected to be on hand to I was there that Kassem and help in the sand bag efforts ioal troops held out for 'hours Volunteers are expected to fill! while the rebels strafed with some 20000 burlap sacks withPlanes and bombarded with tanks sand today and Sunday They will1 communique said Kassem and turn the sand bagging job over to bis aides were 'arrested byv the the i National Park Service 'on armed forces and a military court Monday (was set up to try them passed Rundell superin fon them the sentence that they tendent of the National Seashore) nirvnTT Park which tlie newly USeeJREVOLT Page 8) cut inlet area said riday he hopes the extensive weekend pro special Showing gram will halt erosion at the in rq let which was cut by a storm blSteU UH rhOSphatC: last March and widened by later I storms Television station WITN Chan National Park Service has pel seven Washington will havt high praise for the great job the I a special showing on Sunday after XT ft a 1 A A JA performed in their beneficial and (See INLET Page 8) Xi" I 1 1 si Av A I i I 1 a aw A A Bl 4 I Vi a WftSn iMf wfr1 jr iBL BBuMBH BB i 1 Il "4 I mB ill ter Lanny Ridgeway Al irst' Baptisl Bl lA.

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