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   Danville Register, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1961, Danville, Virginia                                WEATHER MILD TODAY THE DANVILLE REGISTER ONE HUNDRED AND FOURTEEN YEARS OF PUBLIC SERVICE HOME DELIVERY 35c Week FOUNDED AP LEASED WIRES SATURDAY DECEMBER 1961 AP NEWS FEATURES PRICE SIX CENTS Dominican Situation Intensifies Troops Clash With Crowds 11 Are Wounded SAXTO Do minican Republic AP Troops fired bullets and htirled noise bombs at anti government demonstrators wounding 10 women as a crisis intensified in this island Hospitals said fragments from the noise bombs caused the in Not Confirmed A report that a man was killed by the gunfire could not be con The violence with some anti after tbei National Civic selfstyled 1 nonpariisan organization which is jjg the nadons major openly defied an army dej rnand to end a fourday general Signs Of Weakening Despite the oppositions some shops reopened ia Santo i Domingo and traffic was about half normal There were also nTrHMnvr signs of weakening in nearby hal T1 Opposition leaders ac Overpassed Denounces Red China As Reckless And Brutal Power Opposes UN Seat Jury Employment Confidence ri Indicts Red Party Action Is Taken Under Measure Requiring Signup Picture Seen For Future Government Discloses That Eight More Industrial Centers Showing Gains WASHINGTON AP The seasons drop when temporary jLabor Department painted a somepost office and retail workers iwhat brighter employment picture laid off after Christmas andj for the months ahead in anaouncweather forces cutbacks in conj In Group Is At Stake Russian Delegate Asks Expulsion Of Nationalists A huge semitrailer balances on an overpass tion Police said the truck who the Edsel Ford Expressway in Detroit after was apparently fell asleep at the puiing ft through a construei NEA Telephoto State Contends Prince Edward Board Does Not Have To Vote School Funds jing Friday that eight more and other outdoor trial centers were taken off the But the department said the ilisi of areas with job drop will not be as WASHINGTON as during the same season arty of the United States w Left vear it is expected AP Adlai Steven by a federal grand Thev covering the pass to be offset by hiring in major gon pryjav denounced Com jjury Fridav oh charges o failiigmoffih said iea aues andindustries such as Ito the 150 aircraft and UNITED 12Count Indictment I iannounced iment momeni l turned in District Court as category of over 5 per cent unemi The Oa substantial unemployjpernaps very survival ment classification entities an area of He declared bve 5 Virginiasthe the countys it must maintain lovmS CouKys Board ffi d not cnnv on ttJamopA mr is not required DV lawj Stopped In 2559 Drohibtion of segregation is not T tf 83 dovra funds j Edwarf faced aa TequlKment Of parly rf Seasonal Drop Expected A check of hospitals indicated Tae statements were confined federal court school desegregation j Although as we have pointed ActmUfe injured were hit bytin voluminous briefs filed with stopped levyirig taxes iOrouj the motive or purpose of a f X siinTTprnA hv Aftv ioCnOQIS Or SCtlOOi ie nnf irom tue noise ooay is not i Frwtenrt T Crsv anrl PrinrpiStlOns in saa the shooting and noisebomb trray ana of m to By to ter cent unemploy confidence the or In Assembly The chief delegate spoke j i nri j and there must be rafcugte November total for i960 They were in which the races are mixed lor regisiration by f0r 1959 it was and in the General Assembly ait 1 prohibition of segregation is va ore Valerian Soviet dep with requirement of I New BrunswickPerth AmJuly foreign called for The new forecast said there will Ohio TulsaJimmediate seating of Communist 20 Deadline ing occurred as 300 women were marchEg in The court 2n fflquiry Most of the county s of be a further temporary rise in and Corpus oioyment in the major metropoli The deadline for registration by i tan followed by the usual See Page Two forjfie briefs children nave system to be thought that there is passed on deniy police buses appeared ir They fired machine guns and noise Getting Tougher showing a tkude to the hauled down loudspeakers as Vina leader of the CivicsTT TVT was addressing a crowd of JL All i 1 A police colonel told him he had orders to take the loudspeakers down because they were being j Police Station used to incite the crowd to subi versive Told To Go Home Jlll In Slayings ato J O Walks Into Raleigh 1 told the state high court that levy ling local taxes and making school j IT appropriations lies wholly within j ithe legislative discretion of the supervisors under the state codsti tution and Similar Tack Grays brief took a similar He said local governing bodies have the exclusive power to i levj a school tax if any is im j Both briefs touched briefly on On Savings There is still a third deadline registration by indi vidual party Maximum Penalty I The maximum penalty forvio llation is a fine for each Soviet Troops Delay Convoy On Autobahn Moscow Sounds Warning Against Slated Shift Of Units Over Highway ie Whatever may be iirrroosed under Section the 129 oi A crosscountry j m of i flight ended here Friday for In his Fiaiio had de Randal wanted clared the Civic Union rifle slaying of three 4 defraud vour relatives near Las Ai the same Fiaiio told thei The 17yearold youth shall establisn and crowd to go home and to avoid I walked into the Raleigh police Stamaill22n yabllc Lree schoo3s is describeditioa and told officers he was by his friends as a liberal deraoj wasted by the FBI for transport crat opposed to ectremsists of ing a stolen car over state left and j Claims Lapse Of Memory The army attitude toughened TJiider questioning by land FBI he claimed his a memory was blank for the last Monday when Ms s N an and a cousin Ishot to death j Extraneous Evidence i At a hearing before Comc states filed as Jmissioner Reva thejfneid lhe comt noted fc youth waived preliminary hearing PULASKI was Jn Four Per Cent Authorized WASHINGTON banks were authorized to pay up to 4 per cent in on some savings 1 Annnnncprl RAucnnc Announced Reasons Announced reasons I move of BERLIN AP Soviet troops delayed an American combat outfit on Berlins lifeline highway Friday and Moscow sounded warnings against a forthcoming shift of troops over naneial road T Officials F in the simmering Berlin cnj sis to the fouriane express high A day of vMlatJon by an Long Battle Likely The or linfcing West bilitv of another long court Only last June the Supreme for the Court ended a 10year civil case East Soviet guards delayed for 74 convoy of nine ftej Ipartment has not yet determined i training in West They r i nCfC Violr nn in See Page Two Pulaski Man Sinrenders 1W per cent maximum be effective onjU samg Communist party headquarter In Big Fraud Sum May Total Over Million AP Two I prominent savings association of to the So or one year or For the past five the maxumanj had been 3 per Some Banks in New York had o immediate comment on the Demonstrates Control were charged with the arrested Although apparently caused by j than SI may Released On Bonds of ambiguity but Palaski man who barricaded must Bot te self in his house surrendered Of unlawful to extraneous police Friday after they murder Officers Tne held that ed to fire tear gas he also had a part of the organic j The Alton was Offjcers from jfew Mexilaw of tjle state but aiat the that itsanci the Federal derivedsurance than a the delay j the activijto demonstrate the control Cities underground although it has j have over autobahn world Jr a China and expulsion of the Chi nese He upheld Peipings right to crush the Nationalist regime on Taiwan by military The two big powers clashed oa the opening day of a historic de bate on the Chinese representa tion Gesture Of Contempt In a gesture of the entire Soviet bloc walked out of the crowded blue and gold assem bly when Tingfu veteran Chinese Nationalist diplo took the Stevenson accused the raimunists of operating training camps for young guerrillas from Africa and Latin America so they can spark revolutions in their homeland by sabotage and Formosa Issue He said that expulsion of the Chinese Nationalists would be taken by Peiping as signifying approval to launch an attack Ion Formosa that would be as massive a resort to arms as the world has witnessed since the end 1 of World War In its present said Stevenson al the Peiping it is a massive and brutal threat to mans struggle to better his lot in his own per to mans very Its gigantic its reckless ambi and its unconcern for hu man make it the major Key Reasons Warning that the whole future the United Nations is at See Page Two SoldierHurt JS over the auiobatehad See Page Two bv drew a sharp Soviet 1 Denounces Shuttle j the official Soviet news i Thursday night denounced the current shuttle of troops over the autobahn as In Competition Aagle MATHEWS Eusfeious tv ImaVI inJured Friday when commenting o able to to Plane crashed in an the Army at 7 jrouslv o retain as announced plans to move enti on the about oneseventh of the firms The youth also told Rotb Comer saad via chased his not remembersupport and devoting those funds father out of the house at aboutanything about the triple tuition I and went into the baseofficers who talked with the boy Tuition Grants ment with a loaded expressed the opinion he was a Virginia provides tuition Five city policemen and a cass jje tnem tjjat iefor parents who object to sending trooper summoned to the home consulted a their children to public integrated 4th Street East were ordered Dressed in a leather The grants are for use in away by officers broke cowboy boots arfd a widebrimmed private nonsectarian i down one door to the Wooldridge walked around i The county attorneys said but Via threatened to fire histhe corner from the Raleigh bus We grow very shotgun if they a second meanwhile side basement window and heldhimself said the gas gun against the j We likewise grow tired of He told Via to drop his gun or He said he didnt know anyrepeated ncn sequitur that rate savin it wiu accoml he would thing about the Liles at the basis of so much of in the Kennedy admin emergency landing in a surrendered to No went He kept saying be was j litigation of this type that since objective to attract field about miles Aoout 1500 men are m a Benedict Chilla dating back at leat to ing tab on certain accounts ollSpeilcleCl were not ran through regular of fice Seventh Of Deposits DURHAM AP Two Durham I police officers were suspended riday following charges against them of in eccess of the legal 20mile ner hour Mark Hicks and Earl veteran face He said the brothers handled j hearing in recorders court Mon emergency landing was reported ne groups across the accounts through their own day omerj aDoarentlv trvins to sooti Tn annnum lut uiiwi of wise move abroad in search of I13 i starting in the hear The i apparently trying to spot i in announcing the indefinite i i m I KlAIir r f t The 4 Walter Robj announcement brought a new Tass Depositors likely to leave their ac undisturbed for a long Savings Insured ert Grimstead is under It said the most recent counts at the Eustis Hosjmovement was not dictated by for a broken nose and faaarany military considera suspension of the Chief Pleasants pointed out that it is a policy of the city to suspend an officer whenever a charge is the higher sitnum saying it will accomi itions or but is just AU savings are insured by me j brought against Grimstead was attempting ana dangerous act of military disFederalSavings Loan Insurance shots were fired durin hour the one See Page Two j the state may not by law main tain segregation in the public foreign Women Traced Through Crossword Puzzle Replies Held For Threatening Officials I charge of the Baltimore office ofiJames of dogged detective more than Powers said each letter the FBI charged a woman Fridayjentries in a crossword puzzle conjvolved racial but with threatening the lives of conducted by the Baltimoreinot In each Robert Kennedy andNewsPost were screened by handhe threats were made ons Eee Page Two iof here at Friday when jhis plane struck a telephone The plane landed on its nose See Page Two was charged See Page Two Hicks and Francis will continue to receive their regular pay pend ing disposition of the and if exonerated in court will to the chief Edmund writing Sylvia Betty a Bait The NewsPost had received let more housewife and mother io editor bearing ficti admitted at her arraignjtjous nameSj aroused sus ment she had written the The working in the I didnt mean any of she NewsPost screened incom told Commissioner Ernest who ordered her held on Edward agent ing correspondence for six ran across the field and help Newsmen Target Of Attacks By White Men New Disorders Break Out In MeComb having engine who has had his pilots license for about six increased police vigilance and the is a member of the mayors promise to suppress vi lEustis Flvins which disorders erupted on the I JO T jt the life of the Joseph Tydings said I the Cessna 150 streets of McComb Friday with SHOWIM 7IU CMSTMAS His and of white men attacking ter Grimstead of live about three miles from the nt then matched handwriting on a letter with an entry in the puzzle which gave Vales name and j Vale was charged withj writing in September of at letter addressed to Governor Muskie of New which was signed German A letter to University Hospital in Baltimore the same month com plained of having to sit with Ne roes Tbt little girl who used to give makebelieve tea parties without tea now gives stumfaer parties iwrthout in the hospital reception It was signed of the attorney neral was writ ten in May and was ad dressed to The Chief of the and was signed see rage TWO crash Pentagons Ci All Wlio Can 1 WASHINGTON Pentagons Civil Defense chief urges everybody who can to go ahead and build fallout Stuart assistant secretary of defense for Civil announced the start of a nationwide survey to tag the buildings best suited for public but said I think that people who have back yards and basements and have the means to do it should go ahead and build minimum cVimlrlmcf Defense Dii Po Go Ahead H building of private shelters would not solve the problem for everybody it would fit fche needs of quite a number of He told a news conference Friday everybody should have some plan of where to go and what to take in the event of a warning of naclein He mentioned apartment dwellers as one group that probably would have to rely on public Civil Defense planners say there ic nlrntv nf sViAlfm1 Urges Pith Shelters tect people caught in a daytime They say the basic problem is to find enough shelter space in residential areas in case of a night School buildings may offer the solution in many areas and suggestions have been made that the federal government might consider paying part of the cost of adapting and supplying schools as Pittman announced contracts visiting Four white men attacked Don Uhrbrock and Don Underwood of Life magazine and Simmons Fen tress of Time The at tackers pushed Uhrbrock through a plate glass Later in the a group of six white youths attacked Asso ciated Press Photographer Fred One of them hit him three times behind the right ear before Kaufman reached the of fice of the McComb the Enterprise When new Negro freedom ri ders arrived from Baton Puiuge to test segregated facilities in the McComb bus a group of white men cursed other newsmen whom police hustled into City Hall for Ths new riders ap parently left McComb quickly by said that while the able in downtown areas to pro Sec Page Two Violence first erupted in Mc Comb this week when five Ne men and two wom attacked and beaten one of them shot Fentress prodding him ia the chest with a and then Wednesday by a group of white striking One of the Negro Fentress said the men then Jerome Smith of New said later he was beaten by a man wearing brass Mayor Douglas said four white men were arrested in con nection with the charged with fighting and disturbance of the and later released on bond At the same Douglas said the city would enforce the new In terstate Commerce Commission ruling banning segregated facili ties for interstate passengers in transportation He said he would end violence in the Fentress said the three news were walking toward newspaper office when the four men met One of Fentress asked Are you from Time mag azine I am here on Fen tress said he Your business is our busi tacked Uhrbrock and See Page Two THE WEATHER Downtown Temperature Reading Frsm The Dial Thermometer On The Register Building VIRGINIA Some cloudiness but mostly fair and quite mild Satur day and High Saturday 55 to NORTH CAROLINA Variable high cloudiness and a little warm er Saturday High around 60 mountains in 60s Sun day partly cloudy and TEMPERATURES 7 yesterday 32 clear I yesterday clear 7 clear 1 today cletr   

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