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   Danville Register, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1961, Danville, Virginia                             WEATHER MILD TODAY THE DANVILLE HOME A J DELIVERY 35cWeekll ONE HUNDRED AND FOURTEEN YEARS OF PUBLIC SERVICE FOUNDED FEBRUARY 1847 NO 26942 AP LEASED WIRES DANVILLE VA FRIDAY MORMNG DECEMBER 1 1961 AP NEWS FEATURES PRICE SIX CENTS FAIR XCHANGE President Kennedy re ceives a model of the X15 rocket plane from pilots to whom he had just given the coveted Harmon aviation trophy for their accomplish ments in flying the rocketpowered research ve hicle Shown at the White House ceremony are 1 to TJ tfae President Scott Crossfield Joseph A Walker chief engineer and tcp pflot Maj Kob ert M White NoNuclear Idea Advances In UN West Fails To Block Move Against Nuclear Weapons UNITED NATIONS XY allies voted against thej Instead of the neutralist proposnuclear club even cold design is correspond Over Western objections tbeimove for fear it might affecta the United States threw its The Irish resolution was apirtgy increased Political Committee ThursiXATOs nuclear defenses against support behind an Irish resolution proved unanimously in the comj The Communists also supported called for action to organizeSoviet attack thai would have the nuclear powjmiitee after a oneday debate the Irish resolution but Luka F la nonnuclear club of nations j The resolution spearheaded byiers draw up a treaty with inj David Popper senior UJ5 disfPalamarchuk of the Soviet pledged sot to acquire build or Sweden with Soviet and neutralist jspection provisions to block the j armament adviser told the comj Ukraine indicated Moscow is pri stockpile atomic or hydrogen j backing was passed 5712 withjspread of nuclear secrets orimittee As additional states obj manly interested in a treaty to bombs j 32 abstentions TMs assures ratifij weapons beyond Britain France i tain nuclear weapons the chance j keep nuclear weapons from the The United States and most of 1 cation by the General Assembly i the United States and the Soviet that a nuclear war might be start1 West German armed forces He its North Atlantic Treaty Organi1 later jUnioa current members of ihejed by accident miscalculation or said it is masking argument for the United States to insist that nuclear weapons stockpiled in West Germany ac tually are under US control Aim Of Proposal Foreign Minister Frank Aiken of Ireland said his proposal is aimed to keeping local wars and i civil strife from detonating nu i clear war He feels the Middle East presents a particular danger While Aikens idea starts with by the nu Challenge Contained In Report Fort Lewis Inquiry Continues Proxmire Takes Army To Task Following Visit SEATTLE Wash AP Sen William Proxmire DWis took the Army to task Thursday for its handling of Wisconsins 32ad Infantry Division but said nothing wrong wife the outfit in formation wont cure Want To Know Why The men of this tough proud division want to know T I why they were called up howiilimster State JosePfl since early Dixie Called On To Boost Higher Education Effort for Educa On Megaie Florida K K SSS in the South set up by theFrederick 8 ivarl senc I0 PIiewis Chief Western Delegates Quitting Nuclear Parley GENEVA chief delej sweeping world opinion for a test same the EastWest disarmament a treaty signed first by nt Rritain anH TTnirtv I Kan nnwAVPr trv WPM k rmr npgnfiannng at fhg TTnited Narfnng dfar Dowers and then gates of Britain and the United I ban however the West is States decided Thursday to quitwalking out of the conference nuclear talks here and report to the ILN General Assembly of the Soviet Union refusal to discuss a controlled test ban Complete Reversal The Soviet refusal was a com plete reversal of the policy pro and led to a seemingly in soluble deadlock at the threena tion talks It prompted the chief US dele LpUISVILLE Ky South has been challenged to action farreaching program of improvf Southern Regional Education1 Cant Afford Not To i stead or Camp McCoy in Wiscon ing higher education or watchingiBoard a orgaaizaiion I think that it the South willsin be said the rest of the nation go by in thejmeeting here go along I flunk we roust try to The Army hasnt provided the parade of progress j On hand Thursday for tie meetf attain these goals if we are to answers the way it should Must Not Stop No matter how hopeless it may seem we cannot refuse to stop talking one Western official said But tiie deputies may meet only once or twice a week and may have nothing to discuss even then The Soviet refusal became ap parent Tuesday the first day the talks resumed here after a nine week recess that was called when the Soviet Union abruptly broke a moratorium on nuclear testing j To Leave Today Godber are leaving are to rei negotiations at the United Nations with Soviet Deputy Foreign Minis ter Valerian A Zorin Officials said the BritishAmeri can report to the General Assem bly which is due Dec 14 will tell the fall story of how Soviet Union kept Sie two Western pow ers negotiating patiently for near ly three secretly pre paring its big series of tests of bombs and superbombs in tie at mosphere Termed Espionage Then when the tests were com pleted the Soviet Union repudiated See NUCLEAR Page 4A clear powers and then by the small nations the neutralist reso lutioa works from the opposite direction To PoH Nations It asks acting Secretary general U Thant to poll all non nuclear UN nations and see bow many would be willing to enter into specific undertakings not to manufacture nuclear weapons ac cept them for their own arsenals or stockpile them in the future oa behalf of other nations U Thant was asked to report the results j his survey by next April See UN Page 4A The challenge was contained in I ing were seven Southern goverjgrow and keep abreast of the rest a eornpEehensive report with recjnors educators business of the riation I dont think we can aendations from the Commisiand other interested persons afford not to More Right Than Wrong Proxmire said in three days off Balaguer Refuses To Quit firing and talking wift i the 14000J SMTO DOMINGO Dominican Bomb Blasts Puncture End Of Election Drive Gov TerrySanford of North Wisconsin National Ap j Carolina chairman of the Southjasd Army Reservists at Ft Lewis Baiagtlerj refusing to resign Regional Education Board be found more things right than f jfSREB hailed the report as aj wrong guide for action He said survival jHe said there are some serious jih the Mure depends on education equipment shortages but these Syria Closes Borders With Lebanon EvejQf Parliamentary Vote in the present He saidi Common Hopes The goals in this report speak are being overcome Barracks al though of World War H vintage are comfortable and warm Food called Thursday night for a plan to give virtual autonomy to the armed forces of this seething nation In a radio speech climaxing a day of wild antigovernment either they accept fte milij The countrys major opposition orders Balaguer asserted that the planproposed by the military chiefs the constitutional order and has the advantage of clarifying the situation Balaguer flatly told his oppo tary proposal or his National Civic stay in power until after which calls for an allpowerful a carryover from the TrujiUo era next summer Mowing genera elections in May Earlier he bac oifered elections within two months to placate his opponents immediately rejected the plan well the common hopes that i is excellent even tkough prepared Southerners baye with all Amerij raider difficult conditions And leans li is dear that our verymorale is high DAMASCUS Syria closed its borders with Lebanon survival is the world demands 1 In Sharp Contrast Tuesday to keep out troublemakers after two bomb we redouble our efforts inj The Democratic senators find marred an otherwise peaceful campaign for Fridays parliamentary indeed the responsibiijings reported at a news confer election j jity to educate is an inseparable jence before flying back to Wis jsers rule Of our responsibility to guard jconsin were in sharp contrast to The election is toe nrst since an None of the candidates advance the ideals of democi those of Hep Alvin E OKonskL army coup two months ago puiiedespoused 2 return to union RWis who days at Ft this country out of its Union with Egypt but several were Nassers t i Egynt in Gamal Abdel siiDDOrters and if elected faniora said steps must oes United Arab Repablk Imight fonn a nucleus of onK taken jor get widespread MamoanKuzbari who resigned Nasser in treatment as provisional president to run for cnmmje smmort i45 i Space Scientists Appear Determined To Put Man In Orbit By Years End CAPE CANAVERAL Fla AP US space io scientists went work Thursday however but they wouldnt deny j day but his planned third trip Commie Support j despite only partial success of who charged No one connected with me Parliament said sions were the of Nasser We were wffl be turned over to abated and silenced and accused worse i Commission on Education Beyond the Army of starting a white Seen As Wannng Despite a lack of formal partythp he Qas Other political ieaoers said itorganizations the campaiga was obvious the bombs werej meant as a harsh warning for thej people to stay away from thej Project Mercury space program would come right out and say so it flatly either was canceled because of space Indeed the spokesman for the j craft troubles and they were program always held out the minor sibility fiat the nest US space Everything else connected with passenger might be another chim panzee like Enos the earthgirdling flight of the chimp worked Enos a native of the tracing and communications French Cameroons was rocketed twice around the world Wedaes m See SYRIA Page 4A he High School which he has apjwash i oointed j Scores Of Complainfs Goals Listed j He said he had received scores Within our Keach title of theof comolaints from the men and polls ProNasser forces y i would daim Syrians do not Jtaiie T an independent republic ifji r the voting should be light eveni though traditionally only 30 to 40 per cent of Syrians normally both er to vote university enrollment in the South snce the division reported for ac 17 million students and duty in late October 1S29 billion annually into the high proxrnire refused to comment SYDNEY Australia AP education system by WTO The gjj billion a Viscount airliner that See PROXMIRE Page 4A One of the bombs exploded K persons in a violet r ivt Two eole mculamlet the acjfic adjom growth Jof professional and technical man jln Meets Press With Humility Dignity Enos Greets First Public Audience Since Whizzing About Earth Twice SINDLEY AIR FORCE BASEless landing at Kitty Hawk or a Bermuda AP urumponaut Lindbergh at Le Bourget Enos back on dry land after his double orbit of the earth met Cool Guy Hes really quite a cool guy Booster Arrives In any event a new 360000 pound thrust Atlas booster ear marked for the maninspace project arrived here Wednesday night and began undergoing hang ar checks It rail be erected oa the launch pad Saturday A manrated space craft has been undergoing extensive checks at this vast missile complex for the past several weeks Already Modified This space craft already has been modified in anticipation of one of the problems encountered on Enos jaunt Certain parts of the electrical l l T Kobbed 7 the press Thursday with a hurniliand not the performing type at pansw me era It and 3y of said Capt Jerry Finneg tnejsystem on Enos space ship were achievement A whn vvaqidesigned to be aircooea but in iAir Force eterinarian who ST LOUIS Mo Pub Hes Been Around jPart medicaljeam that put of air in space they his first public audience P since roaring into space weanes Co driver shot j day at the head of an Atlas rock through a complete up wont be known overheated merger with Egypt Two people incular inlet of the Pacific a nearby house were injured mS the Sydney airport Close Call Mud of the bay Friday yieiaeaj er to provide the Assali had a narrow body and wreckage that for full development off having just left the living roomjlice believed was part of the speed the economic when it was sprayed fay splintereding plane owned by the AnsettLrorress Oj jje glass Assali is running with KuzAna Airlines of Australia A ol i ban for Parliament Jssarch plane had spotted floating Uness makes efJ Theother bomb exploded in tne Maroubra to cultivate its intellectual side the Damascus Officers report Jt d on an Despite the large number of can The Viscount lost radio contact abandon tops of directing its owaljng Of a bus driver in the city Stable in bis private second Danana iSnal Snace for the 172 th Sydney airport immeaieconomic destiny jjn three days and the ninth busjroom at the Kindley Field hospitj Hnnc 4rtmmirfraHrn there was little real debate onlaiely atfr taking ou in the storm Economical basic issues such as how far Canberra the capital 160 be one of the around Coolants Provided The latest of the twoton space capsules has had coolants provid ed to overcome the heat problem hale enough to entertain Whether tbe manned flight newsmen and resume Ms space comes this year or next the pi unta nominally headed by Bal aguer to rule for at least two more years It also limits hiseoa rol over the military establish ment Wont Accept The National Civic Unios de clared itcouldriot accept such conditions because the party stood for government by law It warned that the Dominicans now faced absolute domination by military power and urged them to end a general strike paralyzing the country Balaguers declaration was the latest effort to thwart opposition demands that he quit to make way for a provisional government o lead the country toward demo cratic control Spumed By Balagner Antigoverrrment parties had de that this was their final of er Balaguer spurned it as missable r Military chiefs stepped into the icture with their plan in the midst of the most violent demon trations against Balaguer since e was made figurehead president the TrujiUo dictatorship six ears ago More Clashes Troops and police clashed with ominicans in the third day of a eneral strike staged to force Bal guer and other Trujillo holdovers ut of office Fearing harsh reprisals the ivic Union said In these cir umstances and faced with abso ute domination by military paw See DOMINICAN Page 4A lly this region canholdup this month A driver wasjal Enos showed himself to most productive in the head and critically i cut above the circus perfoi hospit be ai Receives Bonus Aboard the destroyer Stormes Administration Project Mercury Director COPENHAGEN N Y AP Arlie Cohin shot an eightpoint in lies southwest tf earth the Vepoit by alSe It carried a crew of four andued adding that the areas in a 34 robbery m mues isermuaa mat tne puot wooia oe Vothing To It Hunter industry in the Nasser pattern Parties Stffi Banned r0 Candidates ran on an up of a captain first art and music basis as parties are still bannediand two hostesses The passengers under a law passed during Nasiwere a woman and 10 men See EDUCATION Page 4A j rtUUdlU UW OLVtlttCa AVWU which plucked him from the Atert R GUruth announced Wednes tormelantic 220 miles off Bermuda after I day that the pilot would be i camera do cartwheels or ffi htj Enos wgs a bonus1Iarine Lt Col John H Glenn nAhisyi nK nOSTlion 3S tne f i i i T T i ii ui See CHIMP Page 4A Jr who at 40 is the oldest of See SPACE Page 4A 11 passengers The crew wascould bring new glory to American slain Tnursday was Chris debase his position as uie f a7v1 anrtpt Findall 62 of suburban twolegged to orbit01 tvvo ranges and two apples wood a bus driver for 17 yearsthe earth But his bashful grin He was shot once hi the rightrimmed in freckles was in theJ temple j best tradition of the Wright broth 1 TVI The company did not know Cancels Contracts Witn Plant Dont make any bones about it Heck I got one last year and so did my husband She is 78 Japan Expresses Unhappiness At Kennedy Justification For Tax On Cotton Goods the the imuch money was taken Witnesses told police they I two Negro men jump from ibus and flee on foot after shooting I WASHINGTON Japihe same time proposes to placemonths Tokyo negotiations it wasj Rewards totaling have anese embassy expressed unhapan 8licent fee on all cotton texreserving the right to impose theibeen offered by the company and piness and surprise Thursday attiles sent to this country from SVicent offset fee jtwo bus operator unions in the President Kennedys justificationabroad Japan aJres7 has made a forishootings i of an offset tax bang considered his news conference WednesP31 against White House Driver William E OHaren 51 for cotton textiles imported by Kennedy said his administraiinstructions to tne us Tariff of suburban Glasgow Village was United States itjon is aftpjmntin to achieve to nold hearing next shot Tuesday by a man he de Which Plans To Move To South Carolina attempting to achieve aiv Embassy Minister Akira Nishi balance because the US governj yama said it is difficult for sells cotton abroad at ai Japanese government to lower than an Amer stand and to explain to its manufacturer can buy it for that the United States has liberal The President was sther trade policies on one hand but and it was surprising to jus Nishiyama said He added that Japan had jusl recently concluded textile negotia with the United States pri See TEXTILES Page 4A scribed as a lightskinned Negro j man about 28 years old SHOPPING WS CHWTMAS COLUMBIA S C an gry Gov Ernest F Rollings Thurs II jday characterized as inconceiv able a federal government order cancelling contracts with a St Louis firm which planned to move marry women on a week anymore The girl lhas to earn at least twice that tions with the united States pn uunuun iir oir nuiiLuii marily designed to protect theChurchill blinking back tears of pmrtinn R7th hirth Sir Winston Blinking Back His Tears Of Emotion Celebrates 87th Birthday LONDON AP Sir Winston welcoming cheers of his colon a front bench in the mother of American textile industry Nishiyama said Japan has agreed to a short term world tex tile pact again primarily designed to protect the US industry We lo not see why the US government isin such a rush to try to put up additional safe guards he said Nishiyama denied that heUnit ed Stales had said during the last emotion celebrated his 87th birth day Thursday with his family and in the affection of the Parliament he roused to fighting fervor during World War II The old warrior fortified him self with a luncheon of oysters a leagues Churchill looked fit and except when the tears blurred his a busy day which included an almost hysteri cal reception in his old domain the Hoase of Commons Leaning on a stick head bowed big cigar and nips from a bottle but smiling Churchill walked of fine old brandy presented by Prime Minister Harold Macmillan before going to Parliament Tor the through a crescendo of cheers from government supporters and Laboritea alike to Lake his place parliaments Everyone forgot the the public gallery erupted in ap plause Deeply moved by the tributes from aU sides of the House the old man rose slowly to his feet and said simply I am very grateful to the House He had to choke the words out to Greenville In a telegram of protest to Sec retary of the Interior Stewart Udall Hollings wondered if the or der means South Carolina is no longer considered a part of the United States Udalls department had an nounced cancellation of a contract for preparation of furs with the Fouke Fur Co because the St Louis firm decided to move to South Carolina without consulting the government In Washington Udall would not1 comment on Hollings telegram The secretary told a news con ference D Otis Beasley adminis trative assistant secretary acted after a thorough investigation Mr Beasley made the decision on the basis of the way the corn and its behavior in St Louis as a Louis union involved The union business firm Udall said It was that and not the de cision to move to South Carolina that was decisive The company made the deci sion to make the change and didnt consult us and there was a series of other situations in St Louis Asked to amplify concerning the other situations Udall declined lo do so but said officials of the com pany could seek other conferences if they desire Beasley said no time has been set for any further talks About half of the firms business is done through government con tracts The company had no com ment when asked if it still planned to move The company spokesman also said there were no plans at present to seek a meeting with department of in terior officials The decision to move to Green ville brought a charge of un See CHURCHILL Page 4A pany handled its relations with us fair labor practices from the St said wages paid in Greenville would be in some cases about S23 to some a week less than See PLANT Page 4A THE WEATHER Downtown Temperature Reading From The Dial Thermometer On The Register Building NORTH CAROLINA some cloudiness and a VIRGINIA Some cloudiness bet mostly sunny and mild high in the 50s Friday Saturday partly clou dy and continued mild Friday little warmer High 57 to 63 Saturday considerable cloudiness with little change in temperature TEMPERATURES am yesterday 30 clear 1 pm yesterday 52 clear 7 pm yesterday 48 clear 1 am today tS efcar   

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