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Gleaner, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1963, Kingston, Kingston 'ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION' MATERIAL 3Nl r CableajCondUlts Switch Gears J List l.ii p in ;i lit) .1 in X Ma.i IS LARGEST CIRCULATION Titles for Tiu'sUa'y, ilaj 7, llijh low M' r ;.0ii a.m. a.m. 1.41 si. 7.34 a.ni. a.m. 3.14 p.m. 2.18 p.m. 8.07 a.m. 3.JJa.in Otl.O" p.m. S AS Buy 7.34a.m. '.'.JO .l.in, 2.31 'p.m. --I2 11.in. Price: THREEPENCE LEONARDde PRESSURE-TREATED LUMBER EO YEARS GUARANTEED LEONARDdsCI Vol. CXXIX No. 104. KINGSTON. MONDAY. li. TWENTY-FOUP. G on nwn, tanks wait word from Bosch MFV managing} ROCKET-FIRING PLANES director dies IN READINESS NEARBY LONDON, May 5 Per_ Jacobsson, managing di- of' the International Monetary Fund, died today in a! London hospital, a. British Treas-U. -_ J-IMAXI, Dominican said He 69i PRE than Dominican army several tanks and heavy equipment were con- yeare old. 'JXT JL centrated in this key southern border area today ready to move into Haitian territory if the The spokesman said death fei-jorder comes. Combat-readyplanes were not far away. lowed-a heart attack. The noted, Two. Aim-ricrtii nowsinen suul tlira; wiii'irsst-il'ibi- ili'iilovim-Mit Swedish economist had been in! troops tuul which started ninv ttiiViinl this border hospital since the middle of o1" President prevent shy action at scbne' before the OAS can a .group o dispute. .'The'- President of the" -QAS Am- erican newsmen sighted four medium transported 'throughout, the mile, .of! The soldiers were'being dis- e 15-minute briefing tonight by lour of the sbc-members of the fact-finding committee, just re-1 Sources close-to the OAS re- bn ..flatbed trucks along the ttolstlHg Five" troop carriers wended territory between the army fort arid 'the Tanks slipped into the bush, 'ported today the group has found] yon___ their way in the same direc- and field artillery pieces were We He said the situation remains that it regards as unwise a re- "highjy "Unofficial sources I port only on the Dominican in- said the cidcnt. fact-finding' group would askj The group would like, accord! Army checkpoints could, be. The irosps were in.high spirits spotted from the air on routes, and set the townspeople into a leading to the -Border. There were strips (frenzy of excitement. no air 'landing; Asked whether the troops were in the area.- The to invade .Haiti, 'an army tor wider powers to deal withiing to these sources, to have, thejreturned arid landed'at Barahonaj captain said "certainly the mounting crisis facing OAS broaden its investigation to j Air "Force Base, about are out here, for defensive pur- Haltl and' its'- Dominican all major problems of Jimani. a peaceful and because" we' need the public neighbour. i Haitian situation. .of about 1.500. training." in crash Be said: "Duvalicr has gone quite berterk. The tnost nn- Imaginable -arc :prao- on prisoners of. the ton tons. One torture chamber is actually located- in the base- ment .of the. Presidential Palace. Not. even women and children are refugees. He estimated there were at leost'.120 of them. attack'on" two pea'cimiisioft. he- licopters threatened to'day to phmge Laos-deeper into'crisis Another wfcp possibly. arrived with his pretty wife 'and two small children refused _to._afsclpse. Duel Mr: r dif the at- 'on Saturday Fpreipn diplomats seekinf maintain a.n uneasy trace- be- ation and the pa: 1r .supply situ-' Jamaica plays Jle said: "The terror in Haiti if I talked openly about conditions: there I -Iween-ihe- Premier.- Prinoe Souvanna it, and as he disclosed that the puckenfield_fac' DOUALA, Cameroon. May 5 Rescue teams are hacking their way through dense "bush about 40 miles from here today to reach a D.C. 6 'airliner which crashed feet up the slope of Mount- -Cameroun with 48 passengers and seven cre'w Dr. Moise .said- "destroyed" ihe Duvalier had! army t would fear of my s arc stiH-in Haiti." chief opponent ot his ambition sai? he .also fled fo a Latin award' himself -anqthe'r. mandate American embassy; but would to stay tii office 'when his name il- Phoama's Neutralists, said the attack has made the job tremely difflcult." Fear spnead in this, capita] that -Souvanna would abandon his post 4s head of the' .Neutral- ist-Rightist-Leftist Oo- and go'abroad as'-he did in December 1960, Portland Council probe: successive tesiifviUL' for two i commission the "u-' passed Ferry death toll reach 206 CAIRO, UAR, May 5 Policemen completing a house- to-house .count in dozens of grief-stricken villages today'es- timated that 208 persons may have died when a ferry over- loaded with Moslem worshippers .capsized. Authorities .said 88 tidies hadi been .recovered end 118 were listed'as missTSgV1'. The search for bodies has now spread over an almost' ino! mile, stretch north of the vil-j lage Of Maghajjha, where thr! tragedy occurred yesterday. i SIDE BY SIDE: Cuba's Pre- mier FIDEL CASTRO (left; and Soviet Premier NIKITA. KHRUSHCHEV stand side by side in a limousine and wave to the" crowd linlnj Moscow's fashionable Lenjn Boulevard recently Moscow rolled out the red carpet as Castro arrived for a visit. LAUGH IT OFF Alabama racial disturbances: Kennedy chided for 'indifference It is feared there could be no survivors. The B.C.- 6 appeared to have crashed about. 15- minutes after takeoff from Doualia Airport yesterday on a .four hour fliRh1 to Lagos. No was. re-: ceived after takeoff and anxie- ty was aroused only when it foiled-to arrive in Lagos. Radio Buea reported today that two passengers of 'the 55 persons aboard 'he .-airliner were possibly alive and teams were scaling up the steep jamleclad sides i of Mount Cameroun to try to res- cue them. Three American doctors one from the Peace Cprps and a, husband and wife -were taking part in the rescue i tion, Buen Hospital reported.! Venue of the hearing is iThe malronl TiTrs. Tessa 'Courthouse? which 'lot West Indies, sajd .anjbeen iiiled ..beyond .'its j injured survivor was being i capacity-at each session the; I brought down the mountainsidejprobe. I :on tti-etehcr Chairman of the commissiort isl on j ..in-yncr. Williams: the other) (commissioners are. Mr. C. A.' rAdams. and Mr. Uriel Salmon. At frequent intervals Satur- day, Mr. Williams spoke to Mr. Dwyer about the "evasive slow, arid .indecisive- manner." in which he replied to ques- tions put to him by the com- missioners, by Mr. B. J. Scott _. _- than" the tons >aniwally which it usually does. Simultaneously with the an- nouncement, Mr. Mor invited cane farmers tttacfced to the Duckenfield factory also to ex- pand- their production of canes. The Jamaica Sugar Estates manager has been the first member Of the susar mannfac- tnring group to declare expan- sion of cnltivatiod imblicly. He waj immediately after- wards for his candour- by. the general manager of the AH Island Cane Farmers Associai W..D. Eoberts. Saturdays occasion was the annual .meetirig of the 'D'uekeni bills for pay- ment pf -work, given' out by Councillor 'A. B. Harris with- Mr, Hall, the council's chairman, had threatened to lead a mob on him if he did not sign the bills, Loatn approvals witness while being dence when the session ad .-questioned by Mr.-Scott, that 'during the impasse Aetween him-1 previous, day R. H. Thorpe, who had also re- commission inquiring into the operations of tbe Port- land iParish O'omicU, Mr.' Noel Oswald Dwyer, assist: aut gpci'ctn'ry of the coniicil, had not completed his fused to certify the bills, .were Jopking for promotion and if they did not sign, the people he (Please tarn to-page 2, Ool. 2) (Please.tnra to Page 2, Col. 6> Resided: over by Mr. C. B. Thomas, Jt was .held In the Duckenfield primary school building, and .was attended by about 70 cane farmers. Both Mr. and Mr. Roberts w'ere guest speakers. Commenting afterwards on Mr, Mol's annpuneement ;Mr. Rob- erts .said that he had to pay tri- jute .to the manager of JSE for lis courage iix inviting farmers. o plant more 'as the es- ate. was doing. .Nine -years 'r t urng e impasse ewee jonriKMl Hi--4.0i) p.m. Iasttse1f ang councniof Hall over! witness' refusal to sign the la-j 3orf'bour bills, that- Councillor Har-: declared fe and the ANtt RETURN Bus boycott: West Indians picket church BRISTOL, of West Indians pick- eted this largest Anglican church tircncr and all political con sidrrations and respond with, of the Attorney General's De partment, who is marshalling the evidehce, and by Mr. David Molrhead of _____ who appeared for i; the flrst! in the Wcstcountry today against time, on behalf of Councillor I racial discrimination on Bristol's E. A. Hall, chairman of the; bus system. several other j The" demonstrators .lined Up atj the session end of Ume montinj; service; Dwy-j placflrds JKeHllcily j they lena.liN "indiff jto nicirtl disHlHuiu tu hire cbl- NEW YORK, May 5 (Rcult-n: Brando. Evlnfyntc. Fred-, eric March.-Sidney Pdi'.ier, An-i _________ ___ '.'A L'l'oip of film siars, thonv Quinn, Hubert Ryan. Sh'cl-! offcctivc, positive actions to Mr- Williams told Mr it i I nr" vv r union.....li-jidrrs an'i. Jnanno .Wood-, ..needs, ot-the. JJegro uH- ward Irom .show business, throughout the land.... wn'il' 'other signafurer'were James sadly we view the total] wasfc Baldwin the author, tlic Rev.' collapse of your-response to the) When the commission 'Harry Kosdick of Now York's Picas ot millions-of Americans] Us fifth dny's sittinR .Saturday JBrislolV coloured L ji- morning, Mr. v.-os lur- ther questioned about of labour bills totallinir for work done on Hurri-i Crescent. 'Port Antonio. Ho had told the "prc'p'a'rodI Company's" vi'fu'iil jtq answer questions. Don't iet UKjou'reri bus creiv.s and Mt.'.to set 'equal rights for in. Riverside Church, ...._ ____ am not one who beltevea it Aljiliainii. Michael Quill. .20.000.000 citizens of .the is better to have' loved The telegram published bore The telfgram urBi-d thr Pre- U.S. the tercsram said. ftftd lost." !'as' night was byrlMnrlon. "put asid' your indif- (urn'to Pace 1, Col. 1) population, pasted n. resolution reafrirmintr "our boiicf in the the brotherhood of man..regard- less of race, colour or j AJLL EXPENSES PAID FOR 5 DAYS and 4 NIGHTS (Subject fo Government Approval) COMMENCING MAY 22nd Return Air Fare, Hotel 'Accommodation (European TrarlspoffaUdn-BeuVeen Airport Hotel. Kingston 5581 Ocho: Rloi 595 Monteg-o Bar 2177 DUNLOP TYRES ARE ECONOMICAL, GIVE HIGHER MILEAGE GREATER SAFETY DUtributotv. T. GEDDES GRANT LTD. 109 Mari-nn Oarv-cy Tel; 37311
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