Portsmouth Herald, June 5, 1961

Portsmouth Herald

June 05, 1961

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Portsmouth Herald (Newspaper) - June 5, 1961, Portsmouth, New Hampshire The Day's Almanac Monday. Junes. 1951 (DST) Sunset pm. Sunrise im. High (Idc today, 9.8 (I., pm. High tide Tuts., 10.0 ft., am. The Portsmouth Herald Weather Forecast cooler. cooT. Herald temperatures (24 High 75, low 50. VOL. LXX1II, NO. 211 uing New Hampshire KitatUihed October 7, 1154 PORTSMOUTH, N. H., MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 5, 1961 Chief Assassin Of Dictator Shot by Police CIUDAD TRUJILLO. Domini- can Republic and police shot down retired Gen Juan Tomas Diaz, the accusc Trujillo had with him during is fatal ambush last Tuesday ight on a road outside the cap- An army communique said: Jiaz and De la Maza jumped' cncc. the Sovicl leader may ye modify his course. Kennedy is reported to Hav llic loartor over rom their car and began shooi- ng after security agents West Berlin, the allied pou will defend the city. 1! warned Khrushchev against mis calculating Western intentions. .based them the ot I, "c. z s: i mentioned. Thc police pot a lip that Diaz lo flllfm u enced industrialist Bernard joldfine to a year and a day in prison and fined him for ncome placed years. well for awhile over the weekend, hut then one piece of the line blew, necessitating furiher work. A public hearing on additions commercial re-zoning for a bowling alley on Lafayette Road 'will be held at The petition for a 140-foot extension of thc commercial district near Bowl-A Rama is by MGR Realty. Manager Violette will SUK council set up some kind ordinance regulating the hour, tor use of Pierce Island. Last weok tlie big padlock on the -gates was smashed. Violclle believes the present sunset clos- ing might be changed to a later hour, or possibly the gates could be open all night. There'll be a reporl from the Planning Board on Us recommen- dation of rezoning a 42-acre site off ttie N H. Turnpike for an in- dustrial park as requested by Ihe industrial Foundation. Violette will ask the council for funds lo hire a supervisor of the Bellamy River dam treatment (Please turn to page three) RYE Gov. Wesley Powell dc livered the sermon yesterday t members and'friends of Ry Bethany Congregational-Chrislia Church, beginning a day of dcd cation, sen-ices in the dmrch. Also participating in the mom ing service were tlie Hev. Adric 1 R. Aeschliman, pastor: Mi Judith Sykcs, a student at Union Theological Seminary, .Sew York City; Wesley Woodman, student B a n g o r (Maine) Ttieo- logical Seminary; Tlie Rev. George H. Paul o'. Piltsford, Vt., former pastor of (lie church; and Dr. Frederick Alden, minister of the N.H. Congregational Chris- tian Conference. Mrs. Stewart F. Lovell was choir director. Organist was .Mrs. Etiicl Sargent; Richard C. Kim- ball, former choirmaster, was guest soloist; and thc Rhythmic clioir was under the direction of BOSTON Judge'-Mrs. Donald T, Munscy Jr. eorge C. Sweeney today sen-j Grecters for Ihe service were Mrs. Ernest E. Tucker, Miss '.illias Robertson and Mr. and Mrs. Howard J. Roper. The service of dedication be- gan at 3 p.m. with Dr. Frederick S. Meek, pastor of Old South Church, Boston, delivering the sermon of dedication. The Rev. .Mr. Aeschliman opened the serv- ice and greeted the members of the congregation. The Scripture lesson was read by thc Rev. Fred crick A. Champion, director of and De la Maza had been seen on a downtown street. The gun battle began 30 minutes after the and were refused entry by the owner. Police held back crowds of on- lookers during tilt intensive neighborhood search. A Puerto Rican correspondent and a Ber- lin photographer were momenta- defense commitments to other na lions around the world. The Pres- ident left Vienna nourishing Ihc ev will weigh words seriously. Khrushchev lefl Vienna Ihis morning by plane for Moscow, saying he hoped his lalks wil'i Kennedy would help achieve Rus- sia's aim of ending the cold war through understanding and coop- eration. Goldfine Given Year's Sentence, Fine tax evasion, on probation He for five The judge put Miss Mildred Pa- perman, Goldfine's secretary, on probation for three years on a similar charge. As a term of their probation, Judge Sweeney ordered Goidfir.e and Miss Paperman to disclose "all information of whatever character" on cash transactions of Goldfine's Strathmorc Woolen Co. and his other textile firms. tf "The Soviet said Khrushchev in an airport state- ment, always and continues today to to SC' cure lasting peace for the people lo solve disarmament problems as soon as possible and positively (o achieve a peaceful scttlemcn ter. rily detained by police. Diaz had been a friend of Tru jillo during much of the slain dic- tator's 31 years of power. Gen Rafael L. Trujillo Jr., who took over as armed forces chief when his father died, said Diaz led thc assassination plot because his forced rclircmcnt from flic Do intornational arguments on minican army had made him b.l- Q{ as ,vci to establish good relations wit all countries. 'But you can only arrive a these Ihrough underslanding an through cooperation in the inter ests of removing remnants conflicts from international lif as well as ending thc cold war 6 "We would like lo hope tha these lalks and meetings whic we have had here with Presidcn Kennedy of the United Stales wi achieve these aims, as well promote the creation of a lastin Earlier the government had re- ported one of thc eight members of thc assassination band killed while resisting arrest, three in custody and four at large. Sweeps Building At Flume Gorge LINCOLN' (API Fire early attracts thousands every year. among the states." KEVNFDY IN LONDON President John V. Kennedy waved lo news pholoRraphcrs Ihls morning; when lie- Iffl the home of his sister-in-law for a .t Hie U.S. embassy. Will, him wns David K. ilruce, amb'assndnr to Ihc Court of St. Jnnies. .ession. be limited lo 15 tcgrily. selves which days. The House Appropriations Com mittce is expected to vote on the halt at once all spending in seven! fjcd personnel from within th categories lo prevenl possible', present state service, jeopardy to the stale's fiscal in The commission held an ft The governor said that aft' legislative adjournment he ai un-'thc Kxeculive Council will hold scheduled meeting Friday and .scries of meetings at which pres- o controversial merger pronounced its financial status asjcnt state employes will be invited plan to create a Department of excellent. Carpenter said (lie appear and present personally partmenl has more than enough their qualifications for top jobs in money on hand to finish the cur-] newly reorganized stale agencies. I rent fiscal year within its legisla-j Asked for his opinion on when thc lawmakers will leave Concord. Resources and Kconomic Develop- ment. (Please turn to pasc two) Old Man of the Mountains Stevenson Gets Cordial Welcome CARACAS, -Venezuela Adlai E. Stevenson's special pres- idential mission to South America appeared today to have gotten off lo a good start. As Stevenson began 'nis second day of private lalks with Presi- dent Romulo Betancourt and other Venezuelan officials, U.S. officials were reported highly pleased by the cordiality of his reception. The chief U.S. delegate to the United Nations, here as Ihe per-j sonal representative of President Kennedy, got a warm welcome at (lie airport yes'.crday from a friendly crowd of 400 lo 500. The Portsmouth Herald Weather Station Reodlngi 8 a.m. 12 m. Temperature 67 82 Wind Direction WSW W Wind Velocity 6 5 Barometer 29.B4 29.35 [ion at his news conference. to A few miles away is the famed ,0 Gov i govcinor said Wesley Powell lodaj. (o (hc con'.ro-'aclion serious hilclies pos- "II was a proper use and it has vcrsial hill providing SlZ.nnn to cai Crj5is. Carpenter told a news-Uiblc for final adjournment been so ruled that way on continue New Hampshire's probe man far as I'm come the of June occasions by thc National Guard of subversive activilics. there never was any crisis." Bureau in Washington." .he gov-j And there were rumors that a ernor said in response lo a ques- on the deer hunting bill may he tied to Pow- ell's million recreation promo- tion measure in an effort to force the Senalc lo acccpl it. brush aside any lalk of cease- re violations by the Communist de. Kennedy and Macmillan also nnounccd "full agreement on ic necessity of maintaining the gilts and obligations" of the .merican, British and French oven, men Is in Berlin. This was ne of tiie major Issues discussed Vienna. by Ihe President and le Soviet premier. The communique said the two icn reviewed the world situation the light of Kennedy's talks vith both De Gaulle and Khrush- chev. The President and Mr. Mac- miilan were thus able to continue he close personal contacl begun in Washington two months il added. Khrushchev rushed home to welcome President Sukarno of In- donesia, a neutralist Asian leader whose government has contracted for more than million worth of Soviet military aid. Khrushchev told the Viennese In a farewell slatemcnl he hoped his lalks wilh Kennedy would lead to peace, understanding and co- operation between the United States and the Sovicl Union. At Vienna, Ihe Soviet leader stuck lo Ihe hard lines of his anti- Western policy. But U.S. officials hope that, as a result of Vi- enna conference, he may yel modify his course. Kennedy Is reported to have told Khrushchev emphatically that if he forces a showdown over West Berlin, the Western powers will defend the city. Khrushchev was warned against miscalculat- ing Weslern infenlions. Broadly, the U.S. President sought to gel across the Idea Ulat, dcspilc selbacks in Laos and Cuba, Ihe United Slates intends to fulfill its defense commitments to other nations around the world. Tne House Appropriations Com- mittee said last week it would1 look into trie May 24 plane trip! by four legislators who are mem- Sheriff's Pay Bill Set for Hearing A House-approved bill to take bers of thc Nc-.v Hampshire In Co; The Senate turned down single season measure passed I'yjnockinfi'n.-im County's sheriff off ttlc lnslcad lo (he traditional fee system and ic governor sa KITTERY -J. lo attend Ihe National MAYTAG Conference in Hawaii. It begins Govtrnment __ creonrfth luncheon of to orgamzalion. Pmvon nut on a variety The subjects including Mfl K The gov he has received STEVENSON IN CARACAS Adlai E. Stevenson, head of the United Slates delegation to Ihe Uniied Nations, starlfd an IR-day tour of South America yesterday In Caracas, Venezuela. He is acting as President Kennedy's special reprcsentalive on the trip. (AP Wirephoto) first draft of a University chamber refused. New Hampshire study of milk Influential members of price controls, requested by the [legislature, and is surprised that it contains "no recommend- ations." Powell indicated he hopes the final report will in-' elude recommendations. govern-1 .or said he is against all propo- sals for state-operated horse rac- ing lotteries and would vein a House-approved measure call- ing for a slalewide referendum on the issue. The hill has been tabled in the Senate. 10 Ihe swing thc present two-season his salary a year will tion of thc state northward into Thursday at the State House. thc While Mountains. Such a measure usually is heard 1 Then, wlicn the House refined j by the Senate Judiciary or F.xecu- lo agrtc and asked for a tjve Dcparlments, Municipal and ferencc committee, the upper'county Governments Committees, "If Ihol Powell said with a smile, "you will see me immcdialcly lake to Ihe air for Hawaii." Tlic governor said he would like NOTICE Lafayetlc School Lawn Fete, Tues., Pony rides. Hot dogs 15c. Hamburgers 20c. adv. if Vt COIN-OPERATED DRY CLEANING JETS GO! Portimou.h Tiavcl Agency 108 rlcasant St. OK S-3S65 C.F. nut this won't be the case this the week. House Fish and Game Commiltcej Thc Vicaring will be held by the told The Concord Daily Monitor Scn.ilc Resources, Recreation and THE LOBSTER CLAW Special! One Week Only! J OPEN LOBSTER find P NEWBERRY'STHURS. KITE JACKPOT WINNER: HELEN FINENCO 13 Weald Rd. Portsmouth Register Every Thurs. Nile Far Ncwbcrry'i Jackpot Bonuf No Obligation To Buy NEWBERRY'S UJ. U i HtJ U IIJ UK