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WJ~DNESDAY, 3 FEBRUARY 1965. t~ £ E~V 1I U~~

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Negroes Protest King's Arrest;U.s. Envoys Mediate
d C miam;F . T ,;Army Feuds in Laos

World News Roundup
By The Associated Press

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MIAMI-Captured anti-Castro guerrilla leader Eloy Gutierrez
L UI L VIENTIANE, Laos, (I:)-Gun batteries dueled and three soldiers Menoyo said on Cuban radio and television last night that he had
were killed 20 miles east of Vientiane yesterday in a brief resurgence been trained by the United States Central Intelligence Agency.
Still of feuding within rightist factions of the national army. Then a sem- He also claimed that he and his followers used Puerto Rico as
blance of peace was restored. a way station en route to Cuba and that they were aided by the
Factional leaders were reported to have signed a written agree- former Governor of the Commonwealth Luis Munoz Marin.
. 11A 1 ment at the U.S. embassy after the battle. a diversion from the Army's


is bond

Duration of Voters'
Denonstration To Be
Indefinite, Says Aide

main job of combatting the pro-
Communist Pathet Lao.
American authorities declined
to disclose details.
The artillery exchange was a se-
quel to the collapse Monday of an
uprising of a group of young offi-
cers, led by Col. Bounlert Sycossie.
They said they wanted to force
reform of the Army's high com-


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PHILADELPHIA-Settlement of the 23-day-old longshoreman's
strike hinged mainly yesterday on acceptance of contract terms by
the union in Philadelphia.
Among the major cities from Maine to Texas, this is considered
the key holdout.
James J. Reynolds, assistant secretary of labor, scheduled talks
late yesterday between striking dock employes and the shippers. He
is making the rounds of trouble spots.

-Associated Press

LESTER G. MADDOX, pictured above, contended that he refused admittance of Negroes to his
cafeteria in Atlanta because they were integrationists, not because they were Negro. Maddox was
charge with civil contempt.


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Maddox Tries
New Strategy
In Court, Case
ATLANTA (P)-Fighting a con-
tempt of court charge, cafeteria
owner Lester G. Maddox took the
witness stand yesterday to defend
his new policy of refusing service
to integrationists.
Grim, but articulate as always,
Maddox testified in federal court'
that he had not barred Negroes
from his place on racial grounds
since issuance of an injunction.
But he said he denied four Ne-
groes service last Friday becauseI
they were integrationists. Maddox
was ordered into court to show
why he should not be held in civil
Negro complainants brought
charges after Maddox shut down
his restaurant following the anti-
discrimination order and then
opened a cafeteria under a new
Maddox said he opened a new'
cafeteria at the same place Sept.
26 and two days later turned away
Negroes after telling them: "We
do not accept integrationists . .
you are not going to eat here."
Maddox testified his new busi-
ness was running below the old
Pickrick volume.
His accountant, Herbert H.
Cheek, said the cafeteria grossed
from $30,000 to $40,000 monthly,
compared to $50,000 to $55,000
brought in by the Pickrick.
Defense attorneys put up about
10 witnesses who told of watching
some of the integration attempts.

SELMA, Ala. dP-Negroespro- o i WASHINGTON-The Senate confirmed William J. Driver's
tetig heares o Mrtn ut- Bounlert is a trusted aide of $' LAOS
g the arrest of Martin Luth- en. Phoui Nosavan, rightist nomination to run the government's far-flung veterans program
ei King and still demanding the deputy premier. There was specu- f 1w with a solid 75-7 vote yesterday despite protests over his role in
right to register as voters march- tion that Phoumi wanted to replans to shut down 11 VA hospitals and four rest homes.
ed through the streets of Selma gain tha suprem ane o re-
again yesterday and hundreds gain the supremacy he once held
over the army. But this lacked W
Itasheecndcons esubstantiation from the general.'WASHNGTOuta4i4tcs released Monday by thePublic Heal
twath seodcneuieHe said he has no connection with Service indicate about 4,045,000 babies were born in this country in
dof mass arregstron the action of the revolutionaries. 1964. That would represent a decline of about 36,000 from the
continued their voter registration Current bosses of the Army are 4.081,000 born in 1963. and would be the smallest annual total since
campaign without letup and with CurnIosso heAm r .8,0
every indication that it will go on Gen. Quane Rathikoun, chief of 1954.
for days. staff, and Gen. Kouprasith Abhay, _
King remained in jail on a deputy chief of staff, who is also THE MAP LOCATES Tanna-
charge of parading without a per-military governor of Vientiane. leng where shelling broke out A
mit. He refused to post a $200 Premier Prince Souvanna Phou- in Laos yesterday. Tannaleng is
bond which would set him free. ma, a neutralist, announced after on the Mekong River east of the >
An aide said the 1964 Nobel Peace the collapse of the weekend upris- capital city of Vientiane, and
Prize winner planned to remain ing that Quane remained chief of) also on the road between the
behind bars "as long as he feels staff. capital and the Chainamo bar-
necessary to dramatize our prob- Within Vientiane, a tense truce racks.
lem.' prevailed between Kouprasith's
A 120 Arrests I forces and troops loyal to Boun- es Blast
An estimated 120 adult Negroes lert. Neckerchief colors distin-'Tories Blast
were arrested by Sheriff James G. guishedethe Kouprasith 's en
Clrwndhsdpuiswhnte deep yellow and Bounlert's j 11 ,~ ~ . You w i ll enjoy
lined up outside the Dallas Coun-wore blue. a s
ty Courthouse in an unsuccess- The blue faction, which num- Ann Arbor Bargain Days
ful attempt to confer with mem- bered only about 300 at the outset LONDON (I)-Jeering Conserv-A
bens of the voter registration Sunday night, seemed to be gain- atives tried to topple the Labor t at John Le ifdys
board. The board was not in ses- ing recruits. Its units held the ra- party from power last night in
oardbTth brd was notrinpe- dio station, national stadium and a tumultuous session of the House
lywere -in the office working on teSth aaehtli h fCmos
their own time to grade applica- controlled the road to the airport. An opposition censure motion Yoursel Some Mone
tions of prospective voters. dismissed the decisions of La-
The board met Monday in a Guard Palace bor's first 100 days in power as ,
one-day registration session Kouprasith's men guarded the "hasty and ill-considered." Prime
By waiting until yesterday to royal palace where Premier Sou- Minister Harold Wilson countered
grade the literacy tests instead of vanna, who is his own defense with a motion blaming conditions
doing it at the time, the board minister, waited out the crisis, on "irresponsibility" by Douglas-"
managed to interview a record One major figure, Police Gen. Home, prime minister until last
number of 64 applicants Monday. Siho Lamphouthacoul, apparently October. Phone NO 8$6779 601 East Liberty
This is twice the number usually I remained aloof. But some of his The political fighting marked an
processed in one day. All but men were reported to have donned end to a truce made on the death "x.$ <
four of the 64 wrre Negroes, but the revolutionary committee's blue of Sir Winston Churchill.
the board did not disclose how colors. Siho commands three full -- -
many were registered. military police battalions and the
When the Negroes reached the city police.
courthouse yesterday, the sheriff The renewed trouble came on
met them at the door, told them the lunar new year, widely cele-
the board was not in session for brated among Asians. Candles that
registration and ordered them wouli have beamed in celebration
away from the building. After or- remained unlit.
dering the entire group to disperse, Many citizens packed goods on
he arrested them for contempt of carts and headed for places they
court. He said they were interfer- considered safer. Commercial air-
ing with the tei'm of circuit liners landed passengers as usualV
(state) court which was in session. at the Vientiane airport, but "
Arrest Teenagers frightened officials had aban-
A short time later, city police doned the terminal.
took several hundred teenage Ne-
groes into custody when they left
a church bent on anotherdemon-
stration. The screaniing, hymn-
singing students - absent from
their classrooms--were charged ,+
with juvenile delinquency and
turned over to juvenile court. Bob Marshall's A i
Before the demonstration be-
gan yesterday, one of King's aides, Book Shop
the Rev. Andrew' Young of At-
lanta, told newsmen the demon- 211 So. State
strations will continue indefinite-ON
ly in an effort to dramatize the OPEN 7 NIGHTS
Negroes' demands for equal voting Each Week 'til 10I
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