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_______________THlEMICHIGANDAILY__________

ich Jets Fire Shots
Varn Soviet Plane
isport.ing Officials

Congo Chief
Rearranges
Government
IXOPOLDVILLE, The Congo (RP)
-The Congo's government was
handed back to the politicians
yesterday in a move to head off
American overtures for a new deal
with Patrice Lumumba.
President Joseph Kasavubu for-
mally dismantled the College of
Commissioners -- the group of
university, graduates installed by
Gen. Joseph Mobutu to run the
country last September-and pro-
claimed a provisional government
of parliamentarians. It will serve
until Parliament can be sum-
moned, but this may not be for
some time.
The new premier is Senate Pre-
sident Joseph Ileo, a soft-spoken,
slightly built man of 39.'A firm
opponent of Lumumba, Ileo never-
theless offered the deposed premier
a place in the government once
before in -a bid to unite the Congo's
warring factions.
He now finds himself again as
a potential conciliator. In naming
the cabinet, Kasavubu left open
six posts-including the vital de-
fense ministry-for opponents of
Leopoldville in hopes they would
rally to the central government.
The offer applies to President
Moise Tshombe's secessionist re-
gime in Katanga province, and the
pro-Lumumnba rebels who control
'the northeastern section of the
country with Communist help.
Ileo was first named premier
last September after Kasavubu
fired Lumumba, but he was sus-
pended from office ,along, with
other politicians. when Mobutu
seized control.

CARE FOR AGED:
Kennedy Submits
Medical Program

Special Purchase
Selected Items. Only

WASHINGTON (AR)-- President
John F. Kennedy yesterday press-
ed for enactment of a "freedom
of choice" program under which
14.2 million older men and women
would. receive hospital, nursing
and other medical care paid for
by bigger social security tax~es.
Sending his medical care for the
aged program to Congress, Ken-
nedy sought to neutralize one
major opposing argument by de-
claring "This.. . is not a pro-
gram of socialized medicine."
"It is a program of prepayment
of health costs with absolute free-
dom of choice guaranteed," the
President said in a'special message.'
"Every person will choose his own
doctor and hospital."
Arguing the need for his pro-
gram, Kennedy said the 16 mil-
lion Americans over age 65 face
an annual medical bill twice that
of the younger segment of the
population "but their annual in-
come is only half as high."
Kennedy's message signaled
what may turn out to be the hot-
test battle of the session. Key
Republican leaders said they still
U.S. Court Backs
Integration Order
NEW ORLEANS (OP)-- The
United States Fifth Circuit Court
of Appeals yesterday upheld or-
ders for integration of public
schools in East Baton Rouge and
St. Helena parishes and six
Louisiana trade schools. The date
for integration will be set later.

dislike the Social Security ap-
proach and one GOP group ob-
jected in part because older per-
sons not covered by Social Security
would not get help under Ken-
nedy's plan.
FT"C.Begins
'Trust Case
WASHINGTON (A) -- In one of
the largest antimerger cases it
ever started, the Federal Trade
Commission yesterday 'accused
American-Marietta Co., Chicago,
of violating the antitrust laws by
acquiring 49 corporations from
coast to coast.
The FTC charged that the ac-
quisitions violate the antimerger
law because they may tend sub-
stantially to lessen competition or
create a monopoly In the produc-
tion and sale of concrete pipe,
cement, sand, gravel, lime and
crushed stone.
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DANC ING DOWN BROADWAY
Cyril Stapleton and His Orcestra
Mutual Admiration Society; 'tonight; LidS
Rose; Sunshine Girl; Standing On The
Corner; Wouldn't It Be Loverly; The Girl
That I Marry; Long Before''I Knew You;
On The Street Where You Live; Ohl What
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AN ALBUM OF MILITARY BAND MUSIC
Band of the grenadier Guards
Hoist: Suite for Military Band No., 1;
Rosse: Merchant Of Venice - Portia &
Doge's March; Answell: Three Irish Pic-
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Frank Chacksfild and His Orchestra
A Nightingale' Sang I Berkeley Square;-
Hometown; The Touch, Of 'Your Uips;
There's A Lovely Lake in Loveland;- Drink
To Me Only With Thine Eyes; You're Blase;
The Belis 0f St. Mary's; I'll Close 'My
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Of You; Cruising Down The River; The
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Frank -Chacksfieid and His Orchestra"
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de Paris; .Clopin Ciopant; Parlex Alol
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AN EVENING IN ROME -.
Frank :Chacksfield and His Orchestra
Santa Lucia; Anema e Core; Mattinata;
Catarl, Catari; The Echo Told Me A Lie;
Mamma; Come Back To Sorrento.
PS "126 [t

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Band of the Grenadier Guards
The Spirit of Pageantry; Aida
March; Lustspiei; Wee Macgrf
Light Cavalry; Windjammer
I ielan' Laddie.
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South Of The Border; Besa
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ON THE BEACH -
Frank Chacksield
On The Beach; Aprl
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homa; High Noon;
In The fountain-
Student Prince; fri

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Tuesday, Feb. 14
8:30 P.M.--One Nite Only,
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*Russ Weaver and his Michigan Theatre
Orchestra
\ * Seven great acts of vaudeville starring Cathy
t.: Johnson, Recording and Stage Star, Fred
, ~Kendall, Star of WJR "Guest House" pro-
I \t.gram; Also featured will be the Phyllis
Norman Chorus _Line, formerly of Elmwood
Casino in Windsor.
I \ * Paul Tompkins at the mighty Michigan organ
M before sho~wtime. (Come early)

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Shall We Dance (The King And t), Hey
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Love (Call Me Madam); I Talk To The Trees
(Paint Your Wagon); Bewitched (Pal Joey);
This Nearly Was Mine (South Pacific;
C'est Magnifique (Can Can); They Say It's
Wonderful (Annie Get Your Gun); June Is
Bustin' Out All Over (Carousel); Stranger
In Paradise (Kismet). S 30043i)
SHOW TUNES-Fredt Hartley,
Piano with Rhythm Accompaniment
On The Street Where You Live (My Fair
Lady); Some Enchanted Evening (South
Pacific); I've Never Been In Love Before
(Guys; And ,Dols);So In Love (Kiss Me

THE IiILlONe SELLERS-
Frank Chackisfield and His
jealousy; Stardust; Sentin
Friendly Persuasion; My
I'm Gonna Sit Right Do
Myself A Letter; Young At
in Paradise; True Love.
SOUTH PACIFIC
(The Music of Rodgers &I
Frank Chacksfield and His
Some Enchanted. Evening;I
That Man Right Outa My
Than Springtime; Happy
Eyed Optimist; Bali Ha'i
Guy; Honey Bun; This Nei
There's Nothin' Like A Oar
A NIGHT IN LATIN AMERICA
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