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   Danville Register, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1961, Danville, Virginia                             Duke Notre Dame 13 No Carolina 24 Virginia 0 Navy Army U 7 Alabama Auburn 34 Rice 0 j Baylor 26 14 Georgia Tech 22 Georgia 7 Tennessee 41 SMI VanderbUt 7 TCU 28 23 WEATHER MILD TODAY THE DANVILLE REGISTER HOME DELIVERY JL JJJAI J35c Week J ONE HUNDRED AND FOURTEEN YEARS OF PUBLIC SERVICE FOUNDED FEBRUARY 1847 NO 26944 AP LEASED WIRES DANVILLE VA SUNDAY MORNING DECEMBER 3 1961 AP NEWS FEATURES PRICE 15 CENTS Six Held In Dominican Plot Assassinated Trujillos Accused In Slayings SANTO DOMINGO Dominieas Republic mea held ia the assassination of dictator Gen uissHno Rafael Leonidas Tra jSlo have themselves been assas sinated the government declared Saturday night The attorneys generals office said faro close associates of Gen Rafael L TrujiHo Jr soa of the late dictator gave tie order that led to the mysterious disappear lance of the sis Nov 18 An official statement given a few days after the men disap ioeared said they had escaped after a bus carrying feem to a scheduled reesaeiraeit of the kill ling of Trujillo May 30 was am i bushed by unidentified assailants iThree police guards said to ihave been killed in toe ambush A communique issued by Atty Gea Ponlrio Soria said an in vestigation showed the purported ambush was not a question of escape as has been pretended but an assassination wherein the vic tims were not only the detainees but those acting as guards Friends and relatives of the missing men have charged thai the reported ambush was a screen the slaughter of the six in parting act of brutality by Truj jjillcs who have bees forced to I leave the country j The communique said order ifor the six to be taken from the national prison to the assassina itioa scene came iirom the office of Rafael Jr a day after the government announced he had left ithis island nation He is now in Paris e order was handed persons ly to Police Chief Marco Antonio Jorge Moreno by Col Luis Jose Leon Estevez a brotherinlaw of Bafael Jr and CoL Gilberto San chez Rabirosa the statement said Both the colonels also have left the country The communique said See DOMINICAN Page 4A EARTH VIEW FROM ENDS b a view of the west coast of the United States the capsule carrying Enos the orbiting chim panzee passed over the Guaymas Mexico track Ing station on its first orbit Dark areas right and left in the lower pan of the photograph are protruding structure the capsule Blsck at top is outer space The photograph was made at A E S T Nov 29 National Aero nautics and Space Administration officials were unable to give a more precise identification of the area shown because the capsule was tam ing while the automatic cameras were running NASA Photo via AP Wirephoto Fidel Says Hes MarxistLeninist Castro Promises To Cuba Down Commie JFK Near Decision ATests Kennedy To Decide On Question Of Shots In Air WASHINGTON Kennedy is DOW expected io make an early decision probably before the new year on resuming test East Germany Rejects Kennedys Proposal BERLIN CAP Walter DI 110mile lifeline highway bricM East German Communist West to theunits back and forth on the road mistaken jfor rotation training in Berlin These are useless partyboss has usei UTorichi ia a soeech to a party iasd West Germany If mey think tkras This will never be he de iess sDeculation President Keaj meeting published Saturday asj sack movements prepare the wayjclared nedys suggestion of an military authoritiesfor internationalizing the high itioaal stration for iwho have been sending troopiway he sain they are very much LUC IlOrt VCdi Uli iCOUliiilie t M 1 Shore George Montgomery To Lnd The present tion in quarters is that the AP A missile weapons Dinah Shore and George Moir i MIB President seeds to know Jfirst whether there is a possibility are close to de Joint Statement Ia a joint statement Saturday Killers their closest friends came HAVANA AP Declaring aeparty with restricted memberland called Cuba a socialist state is a MarxistLeninist opposed toship Only true evoHitiaaariesj to FiveHour Speech the personality cult Fidel am a MarsiaLoinist CT said Saturday the world is on will be one until the cay I effective defenses road toward nad declared in a nationwide such Hoi hffisoaad that they had and he is taking Cuba down thatifranky Placed 1slana speech that began decrease the Dinal1 wiU ffle for fee path tte nor givignidnjght and ran OB for fiveitiveness of US deterrent power To that end the prime own pouncai views The announcement which he is forming on Marxian chose the fifth anniver United Party of Cubas Socialist He had given a hint of whaiUary of his landing in Cuba Revolution will be monolilwas to come however last Mayannounce his latest plans for vraiL w MWW nucuicl tsic like the Soviet Communist jday when he ruled out elections j first MarxistLeninist state in thejUnited States can develop a syg roamed December o m Western Hemisphere Item of missile killers t Few Still Survive would destroy incoming attack Few of the 80 men who camelweaDOns or reader them harmless A SWIf oose lo situation ashore with him Dec 2 1956 toiwMle they were still far from me decision on Miss Shores launch the fight against the target areas nart nnf lista dictatorship still survive j officials say this lanefisMma iBut they include such key menitlon can become known thro Congolese Restore Ties With Three Red Nations did not come overnight The friend said Dinah fel ffiai marriage is a sacred Decision Reached After Diplomats Kept Waiting For Three Months brother Raul armed forces renewed atmosrheric testing minister and Ernesto Che Guevalfeast to the extent mat scientists ra his powerful minister of been able to develop new Six months after he seized powdefense field during the threeyear LEOPOLDVILLE The Congo Cyrilla Adoulaser from Fulgeacio Batista Jan 6test ban government restored diplomatic relations with three Soviet blocil 1959 Casiro declared Ours isi Up To JFK Alone countries Saturday after keeping the Red diplomats waiting forgot a Communist revolution j But only Kennedy can decide three months j j In College Days whether the need for the Cabinet Approves resurneiormal relations with the J fr his latest address Castroedge is important enough to US Acting Foreign Minister countries Western 5ajd that during his years as amilitary power to justify a stepi eel Lengema with Cabinet proval finally received charges daffaires of the Union Poland and Czechoslovak Angling For Meeting reactionary propaganda Pentagon utormanis spoie ia and accepted their credentials The move coincided with rejagainst the Communists j firm information that the Russians They had been cooling their heels ports from Brazzaville the capi By 1953 three years before his j are making a strong bere since August jital of the former French Congo invasion of Cuba his political jvdop their own antimissile Gen Joseph Mobutu the army i across the river from Leopoldi thinking was more or less like item This presumabi chief abruptly expelled the dipiviUe that President it is he added but itpAe lomats and other personnel of rheiTshombe of secessionist Katansaiwas only after he came to power senes Soviet Union and Czechoslovakiaiwas angling for a meeting he developed into a Marxist1 of in September 1S60 The RussiansiAdoula Leninist Kennedy and of and Czechoslovaks were Tshombe arrived at Brazzaville Must Rom Russia lease Robert s M with importiag planes trucks andlFriday and the reports said he Castro teclared Cuoa technicians to aid Patrice Lumurnjdelaved his deoarture for Brazil from the Soviet Imion to tor money ba in his efforts to regain his post TVO ch11v a11 Thp PTOpn finding it extremely dJffi vorce did not make her final de csion until last night only min utes before her TV show went on jthe air It was thai that George his bags and left the house Dinah took the two cfl Idren with her to MiC at Burbank for fcer telecast No Inkling No one m the cast or inthe TV audience had any inkling any I fhing was wrong Dinah is one of tne few stars who still insists on iPresident Kennedy in his view published ia the Soviet newspaper Izvestia last week suggested an international ad I ministration of the UOmile auth Ibahn to guarantee free movemest of goods and people Ulbrichts Contention But Ulbricht said East Ger many is a sovereign aatioa and the autobahn belongs to it East Germany he added is not a col ony of the United States He declared it was completely unjustified to say that East Ger man officials would control traf fic along the highway any dif ferently than do the Russians who now check on Western Relaxed Or Tightened Border controls can be laxed and tightened he added doing her show live instead of way we handle the controls taping them depends on the policy in the She clowned sang songs and froatlLae city of West Berlin oa was her usual bouncy TV self the war And announcement Hg came Saturday no one suspected arter aner was gone three mouths 1 other The two grew apart during thisj But Dinah who is agaisst di that her performance Friday night i mustve been given under great stress Botti Leave Town Both Dinah and Montgomery1 have left town There is no dramatic reason for the decision and it was maJe without rancor the terse an posal See DINAH Page 2A Adlai Stevenson Considering Running tlV MJ J bv Everett M Dirksen the Be1 The former Illinois governor and i publicans Senate leader Sees Kennedy Emerging from a White House decision known before the end of i reports to the President about twotime Democratic presidential 1 nominee said he make As UX ambassador with Cabi status Stevenson customarily with President Kennedy this month Apparently Okayed as premier After Breaks After the break in relations the Leopoldville government the Communist diplomats transferred i A to Stanleyville where a c See CONGO Page 4A See NUCLEAR Page 2A jing we must study all the experi ence ia building up the worlds first Communist society Rejecting neutralism Castro Leader said there is no halfway be jtween socialist and imperialismI maintaining a third neuj ELIZABETH XJ See CASTRO Page 2A bist regime had been set up j Poland which had never esi tablished relations with the fneiters n appears are d coidviiie government sent a m Elizabeth and tne Build lomatic mission to Department is going to meet and recognized Antoine Gizenga inext week do something aoout Lumumbas political heir as thet legal premier of the Congo j The Housing and Inspection Div Asked Return ision of the Building Department Last August after the revivedwill meet Thursday with aview national parliament elected Aaou toward amending the building la premier Gizenga formally discode to make shelters legal solved his rump government atj At present the code lays down Good Morning With Indictment YONKERS N Y ffl U S Communist party Secretary Gus Hall was served Saturday night Fires Qaim Three More In Virginia Stevenson acknowledged he dis cussed the matter with the Presi dent and indicated Kennedy had once a week He said the hourlong talk dealt with several UN mat ters notably the newly opened de bate on admission of Red China to the international organization He said he told the President he feels Kennedys pro to settle the West Berlin the German issue as a whole but said the only solution was to make West Berlin a free demil itarized city Issues Warning Even before publication of T31 brichts speech assailing US troop movements on the highway as a provocative demonstratioE the East German newspaper Neues DeutscMand issued a warn ing Recalling that a correspondent for Tass official Soviet news agency had reported that the troop movements might faava dangerous consequences the paper said it is our wish that the Americans will understand this warning Another Proof The Americans the paper went on should realize that the re sult will not be a documentation of American strength but merely another proof of the necessity to solve the West Berlin problem peacefully The warning was called forth announcement entire battla not be adinitted at advised him what he should rt I oiund But Stevenson said he did fjme think he should say what the chief steenson Daiey Democratic power in Chicago by a US Army Friday that two groups totaling about 3000 men will shuttle down the fourtese ex Newport News Unit Burns executive told him Stevenson who is 61 was press highway this week in a big long alger than usual movement Amusements Background Map Classified Ads Crossword Puzzle Editorials Local News Section D A B A jnent of the party forrefus as an agent of the to erncr ofIllinois from 1949 to 53 me if i and unsuccessfully opposed Re publican Dwight D Eisenhower for the presidency in 1952 and By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 1956 Kennedy named him UN Fires in Virginia have claimedambassador early this year fre lives of three persons and a warehouse on the New Dirksen 60 has announced his ovj phoned him Thursday and asked interested in running See ADLAI Page 4A Hail ia U S deputy marshal at B Stanleyville and asked the Com minimum requirements for win Markets B munist diplomats to move hacksaws plumbing water supply Religious Feature A io Leopoldville i ventilation and dimensions for RadioTV D It had been anticipated for seving quarters that cannot be metj Sports D eral weeks that the Congo would by typical home fallout shelters John J Abt Manhattan attor Womens News C Page 67 elections He was first elected f vrov JQ home Gre to the Senate in 1950 and reelect jhome here Marshal Thomas J WonlT led in 1956 He served 16 years l38 juinney of York said to fte waterfronnn the House before retiring tern re another fire in Newport in 1S49 because of trouble i arly Saturday took the life of with his eyesight n j court in Washington next Friday i when flames swept through the Delay Convoy The Russians halted one US 5 Jin the pending litigation said w oSyearold woman SHOWING 9AYS Till CHWmAS Army convoy of nine vehicles for more than an hour Friday until papers were corrected to show one of the medium vehicles list ed was actually lightweight Meanwhile West Berlin Mayor Willy Brandt declared to a So cialist party rally In the long range we will not ibe able to tolerate the wall The Communist wall across the heart of Berlin he declared fall and he added that this must not become just a slo gan like German unification He did not say how it would be ffiada to fall nobody was taken Halls wife said he was not at her Portugal Orders Expulsion Of Four U S Missionaries Arrested In Angola Area 0 irent on the action asphyxiation LISBON Portugal Ky Marion Washington Way isued a note declaring investiga The indictment was returned One Escapes tugai ordered the expulsion of four j Jr Charleston SC and Fredjtion showed that the four con Friday by a regular federal grand Georgia Games who American Methodist missionaries ierick Clarke Brancel Endeavor inived with groups of terrorists jury a few hours after the midJ the apartment With Mrs Saturday on charges they conjWis took part in clandestine meetingsnight deadline for registration of escaped uninjured nived with groups of Portuguese police and members Sof a political nature helped and j the partys officers as agents of in the strifetorn Portuguese West j of the US Embassy staff escort organized the flight of Portuguese the Soviet Union territory of Angola led the Rev Mr Golden to abroad tried to lure peoj The officers did riot register the secondfloor Wanted In Two Slayings Fatally In Gun Battle With Police Officers arm of the Soviet Union when I its Nov 20 deadline fell See FIRES Page 4A The missionaries were from which he left by j pie to join in terrorist activities j nor had the party registered as died Wednesday in in Angola Sept 5 and brought to plane for London iar arm of the Soviet Union when Lisbon for further investigation The Rev Mr Golden denied i See MISSIONARIES Page 2A They are the Rev Windell Lee jthe charges as completely false Golden Rockford HI the RevIon landing in London He said helTT Ernest Edwin Lernaster Lexingihad been reasonably well a Portuguese jail He plans to return to Africa to meethis wife Clara and their four children in The sixth victim of the Nov 19 earlier in the day was sbot down fire was Carroll Shine the a gun battle Saturday nigh of the five earlier victims Heiand died about two hours later in CHERRYVILLE NC fugitive badly wounded surj Tnerryville truck drivi rendered in the slaying of two The battle took place half a men in nearby Cleveland County j block from the police station Officers said they found a ma chine gun and a 45 calibre pistol in Hallmans auto They said there apparently was no ammu Richmondla Shelby hospital Will By the time o guy gets to the greener pastures he cant climb the Brazzaville capital of the former French Congo The others left by a Pan Ameri can World Airways plane for New York They also were escorted to the airport by Portuguese police and US Embassy personnel The Overseas Ministry an OOUlll V ICl Patrol WASHINGTON Unitlbeen on stemming the growing ed States soon will furnish the I flow of Communist Viet Cong tiny South Viet Nam navy more intn holoafwtwl Smith fast armed patrol craft to inter cept waterborne men and supplies from the Communist north Sources reporting this Saturday nounced the expulsion order cliisaid the problem of defending pro maxing long diplomatic negotia lions between the Portuguese and US government The Foreign Ministry also Western South Viet Nams vulner guerrillas into beleaguered South Viet Nam across the jungle cloaked border with Laos But experts have estimatfd that as much as 30 per cent of the Communist men and supplies have been landed in the south by sea able 600mile coastline has becnj Communist North Viet Nam relatively neglected junks work their way down the Is1 Main attention they said hasiSouth Viet Nam coast hugging f the shoreline and taking advan tage of inlets and islands for cover and anchorages South Viet Nam military sources The man Paul Everett Halljnition for the machine gun man suffered multiple wounds in Neither of the officers involved the blazing battle with police but was hurt doctors said one wound in thei Hallman earlier was charged chest killed him He died without McGinnis said he stopped the See SLAYINGS Page 2A THE WEATHER Downtown Temperature Reading From The Dial Thermometer On The Register Building VIRGINIA Sucday variable with murder in the slaying of two mflVpossibly a making any men Samuel Gunnels 2t andjittle rain m monntains high statement about the two slayingsl James Wade Bagwell 22 both of he 50s and low 60s Monday Police said Hallman was seen i Kings Mountain Both men cloudy continued mfld sitting in his auto a block off shot in the back i chance of some rain main street here shortly after Cleveland County Sheriff Hayj pm Three officers Police Chief Yates McGinnis Sgt Larry Thornborg and patrolman A B wood Allen obtained murder rants against Hallman and an all FdliUS cllidaijaL O11U CUl all points bulletin was issued for his NORTH CAROLINA Consider able cloudiness mountains arrest irreg lars can be found in a lowlyingj coastal area Siam Until now the Viet Nam navy McGtanb said he and the along the Gulf of The officers scurried for cover and returned the fire with pistols See VIET NAM Page 4A and a submachine gun The car in which Hallman was in a jwlice car when they noticed the Hallman car stopped for aj am j traffic signal at the intersection 1 pm yesterday of South Mountain and Academy 7 pm yesterday sitting was riddled with bullets jsireeti continued mild Sunday and Mon day High Sunday 55 to 62 moon n 60s elsewhere TEMPERATURES yesterday M cloudy 55 cloudy 56 cloudy am today 41   

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