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   Danville Register, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1961, Danville, Virginia                                WEATHER MILD TODAY THE DANVI HOME DELIVERY 35c Week ONE HUNDRED AND FOURTEEN YEARS OF PUBLIC SERVICE POUNDED AP LEASED WIRES TUESDAY DECEMBER AP NEWS FEATURES PRICE SIX CENTS Battle Group Is On Its Way To Tense Berlin Is Part Of Replacement Move That Brought Red Warnings BERLIN Army battle group strong headed for Berlin Monday in a replacement move that has brought warnings In 175 the 1st Battle 19th Infan rolled out of 24th Division barracks at Augsburg and spent the hiht at in West It still has a days travel ahead before it moves oat Wednesday morning on the 110mile trip across Com munist East Germany to New Defenses t In Berlin East German workers compSeied work on a new series of tank defenses along the dividing the city and narrowed 12 Walkout Collective Move Terrorists Attempt To End Dominican Strike Move Fails i SANTO Dominican Republic terrorists urged on by soldiers attacked other civilians Monday night in a vain effort to break a seven day antigovernment I Led by two uniformed police and an air force officer wearing battle dress and firing a submachine band of some 20 shabbily dressed ruffians smashed shops and clubbed down Angry antigovernment crowds fought back with rocks and At least fivepersons were wounded by fragments from noise bombs hurled to hold back growing 20 Date Eved with concrete barriers the seven crossing points into East Berlin Reinforcement of the wall end ed without serious Rows of concrete like a layer j cake seven feet all but Agrees To Consider closed the crossing j Tear Gas Hurled j dark however East and WASHLNGTON AP soviet Ambassador Valerian list Chinese delegate Tingfu Tsiang addresses policeMtainea of American States leads a walkout of his delegation as Nationa general Assembly during Red China the border between i dealt Cubas Fidel Castro a sharp US and Soviet West aromatic defeat Monday by Berlin police said East German collective ac policemen threw 25 tear gas nades at a West Berlin propa tor s ganda van and We threw backj HJJ an equal Glenn In Ready Room To Prepare For Flight CAPE AP has asked for Atlantic mis Marine John Glenn support starling this UIH e t iur ine M so i moved into special ready room land extending to the end of aooeais went quarters here Monday to begin exi Victor Anfuso Backed By Soldiers The flareup was the result of a transparent attempt by the armed forces to touch off a wave of pil lage against storeowners holding out against government orders to open The attempt was an apparent Soldiers exhorted residents of the poorest neighborhoods to rise against the shookeeDers and Communist cactaj flf the 21 hemispheric Britain And Russia Named Permanent Guardians Of Laos Neutrality ensive preparation for a spacemember of the House Science and flight three times around theAstronautics said in world expected late this j New York over the weekend that Same Lodgings 20 in the date named last week to The NASA has made no aa make the first manned orbit jnouncement that the launching j unpacked his suitease in j will be tried in it jthe same aquacolored lodgings jis known that officials want to pilots Alan Shepjachieve it in the same year Virgil Grissom the Soviet Union Must Await Study A NASA spokesman noted that Defy Clubmen Strikesupporting youths defied the clubmen with rocks and sling shojs in the heart of the down town area and a huge antigovern defend wnere ard and stayed before their suborbital rides earlier this r Tf f irYvrTH iiiiauuu w fllues earlier uilS iivttw i approved a Colombian proposal GENEVA AP 14nation least Asian kingdoms peace and covered the functions and powers Facing a far more demanding Project Mercury Director Robert wasiPm OQijIiLEriticctiuiCo I a I i i i ij nent Western against the wail pelted in KIT nn fine tn 3fl GlilCia DOSI conference took a lin but no one in aa official c tion would Protests Tne commaad in Berlin step Monday by naming and the Soviet Union the threenation control comj Glenn moved in for a longer JGilruth reported that a definite In its first formal session in which will supervise astay than the few days spent injdecision to commit a man to or ipeace and the political independj Britain and the Soviet Union as the conference concluded neutrality j the quarters by Shepard and Grisj bit must wait complete evalua ience of the American jpermanent guardians of the Southi an EastWest agreement that also Despite the difficult in1 Under the the for that Enos the Asked about preparations under the spokesman said these must get started now if we are in Berlin did not join appaopenly avowed by Castro rentiy figuring such protests arejfne meeting wnl be det In a Office spokesman called Favor Resolution thening of the wall continu Voting for the resolution were illegal East German acColomoia Costa Baca El Salva t the Limed Guatemala T t JQV Pani the DominiKatanga bowed to foijican Uruguay and force Monday night me iagreed to reopen the mam ElisabetfaviUe Bows To Threat Force Opens Highway Agrees To Action After Ultimatum From UN Airport Artery Involved 20 Or Later If everything goes the flight will be attempted on liam EL said the agreejworld injfli ment set a pattern for peaceful settlement or EastWest ences throughout the Only After Ratification J20 or The National Aero The new agreement becomes inautics and Space Administration operative only after the treaty jsigned and Among thejAFf m f rtftftfwo major obstacles remaining is thej JjCttttc 9 j problem of demobilizing Opposition quarters accused armed forces of trying to discredit antigovernment factions by at tempting to depict civilians as re sponsible for the wave of violence gripping the crisistorn Troops Withdrawn Glenn 40 iTTcheduled to j tion of last weeks partially amwd forces withdrew all i rocket three times around the cessful aroundtheglobe flight Katanga that had jnist rebel forces or bringing themjTFTjTT a threat oilbetwesn EUsabethville the trader the proposed new governi rr and airport and a Indian troop jmenL i power agreements cu stfflBitlded by Mexkothe latter nalwas barricaded during the day by weeks meet tion explaining its vote was based rKataagan troops and w Tension Builds Up Tensions between and Ka and Katangan armored cars confronted each across i Bed Chinas served notice Chang Hanfa j the Cornmu w inter Wlii HOC aCCGPC aDV iiiier one Five minutes supennsion over the fore the oltimaium was toUgmQijjijjation and integration of ing in Paris of Western foreign Jon juridical sters the volume was load Abstaining on the roll call were official documents Brazil up to a flash P Elsewhere in WrkfNvar IL noed i In castin its negative vote agreement on reooenins the airi freshly armed Katangan gen after 11 EastWest conferenciCaba claimed the proposal is ing expire Katanga paratroops still j were digging in at one Camps Isolated integration armed Called Time Bomb Such Chang a nine om Macmillan Parley 2122 WASHINGTON See Page 2A Damage Suits Are Filed In Price Case Utilities Firms Are Plaintiffs NEW YORK AP Fortyfour Western sources said the agree Harold Macrmllan in damages which they j Bermuda 2122 and probably will visit Venezuela and Colombia Berlin threatened by the i the Colombian proposal lacked Hour declared at Soviet governments claim that dealt odyj agreemeat came that Ve cannot accept that has the power to abolish by peace Q ultimatum threatthe main road to the airport be lateral action Vvestem rights in not vnft present threats The Macmillan was announced by the White House late Monday a few hours after it had been in could run to billions of filed 12 damage suits Monday against 21 electrical equipment manufactur Latest In Series It was the latest of a host of actions resulting from the govern The foreign ministers mprfinglKaanga removed the road See Page 2A the volume Another Incident Uneasiasss in Berlin was height1 undoubtedly will be called on toi ened by another jset up diplomatic and economic Two US militarv oolice the ji a Soviet SnS every nation in the 3KHL of three staff subversion or cars in East A Soviet ofj ficer and three noncommissioned It was such a meeting tha set of Peers in the jeep finally were j up sanctions against the Trujillo waved A Army spokesi dictatorship in the Dominican Re man refused to say why the sians were stopped or whstheri Confirms Views there was any connection between Castro confirmed early SaturlKansas cattleman ordered the action and the antenna incijday that Cuba is definitely of the Interior Stewart Udall j the next stop in the inspec rders Udall Off His Kansas Ranch Secretary And His Party Had Landed In Two Choppers On Inspection Trip AP the two craft and con le dicated that the President of brief South Americanelectncal makers onei boudi American pMladel last Announcement Expected Filed in District Court here efforts of former roving Ambassador AvetoP rell now assistant sec retary of state for Far Eastern He went to Asia three months te specified after further ago when the talks were tat fou Definite announcement of the close of the stock mar South American journey is expectket the B declare that the ed It is expected amount of damages sought Iv He appealed to the three feuding Laotian princes to The ffl j t about four d Macmillan JJL j T I speed efforts to create a governj said no particular mutual E nf njtinnai nnitv pmhraHndUem precipitated the leaders deicufri ment of national unity all three Among Defendants Among the defendants are Gen Westhinghouse and AllisChal tal and started people to break into shuttered Bat as the dusfctodawn daily curfew hour neared patrols moved back into the city in large During the clubswinging melee some of the terrorists ran after American newsman Jahn Htava cek of the National Broadcasting clubbed an NBC camennan and seized one of his Fire At Newsmen The two policemen leading tha mob fired toward a taxicab car rying correspondents Robert Ber and Bernard 01 The Associated Press and Richard Valerianl of but no one was The hardpressed government proposed a new formula to end the twoweek a five or sev enman junta headed by President Joaquin Balaguer with all other posts going to opposition mem The opposition has insisted Balaguer must clear out complete a stand answered by Balaguer See Page 2A See Page 2A icision it was exjmers Manufacturing These meetings are be to both men and their y all damage sujts by Lost See Page 2A Jackie Is Buying UNICEF Cards tends Cuba under Castro is a na during an inspection jlife Ive ever been run off tion under Communist rej Udall was flying over the newed under presidential ofjiere where a Prairie Naj ge termed Qie ranchers stand mation a ban S170 million IP l J I O m on purchases optional Park had been very j5Umail reaction He said illion worth of sugarIt was his first inspection of thejhe ree02nized that some owners iproposed jfrom Cuba per i Before Pronouncement As the Army carrypjopejjy tut jf goins to WASHINGTON AP First The council of the 20 landed on pieces for futuregen Lady John Kennedy hasiQAS was called ordered 100 Christmas greeting consider the Cuban cards issued by the United Najfore Castro made tions Childrens Her press Pamela said Monday and deeper into the Com hedy will use the cards for her i munist personal Christmas j The effect of Castros statement The UNICEF card the First was to pull the rug from under j the Lady has chosen is entitled Aj countries in the Western Hemisjowners authority to put you ROSSLARE Ireland raging storm hurled niife sailors from a lifeboat into seas off western Ireland Monday night lie 1 3UI11C UttliCJLi would not like to give up their M washed three other men off state and local agencies It will be their fourth private utilities companies High On List jsince the antitrust It was assumed that the tense Westinghouse and their situation in West high on the discussion list though not the only subject joint Kennedy and Macmillan first last spring at Key the prime minister visited Washington and the Pres ident stopped in London en route al Giles Husband Faces Charge PEAKISBURG The bod of Jeanette Helen wife of David Newton Harrell of was found Mon day afternoon near the Harrell home and Giles County Sheriff John Hopkins arrested the charged him with the and jailed him in Pearis The mother of two children was reported missing from her home 24 by her 19 milion fines levied ficer said County foul play was sus planes and small craft j home from his Vienna conference include utili with Soviet Premier jn xew England and states Plans Tentative companies and 45 of On after Bar top executives in the Philajrells the sheriff said he action for conspiring to land his deputies had worked con tinuously on the missing womans case and the big break came earlier in the day when the ac cused man told officers he had strangled his wife with a sash cord and took her to a wooded K Nineteen firms pleaded guilty and 10 no For Overcharges The 44 complainants in Mon i ranging to Ohio and Indiana and area near the Iment of his own ideology and of Joff he told in his determination to put Cuba Udall was amo i account lf with the sheritt Harrell led tie where the body jsible presidential visit with Ven1such civil suits must be filed withwas found covered with a few among a group of The from the Germanjezuela and Colombia but thatijn a year of the criminal convic Asked by the congressman if he Sunday Supreme freighter Maria had just j plans were told news General Electric issued a Childs World and is designed by Andre See Page 2A The inspection party promptly operator of Old Anglers See Page 2A ExUN Chief In Katanga Accuses British Of Sabotaging Group In Congolese Crisis UNITED conference that British support sion of Katanga until it becomes former chief in Kahad provoked violence by Presii definitely recognized de facto in tanga accused the British governj dent Moise Tshombes Katanga fact as ment and British gutter millionforces against Britain has insisted that its poi aires Monday of sabotaging the oBriei left service andilicy in the Congo is aimed at conj United Nations in the Congo from the Irish foreign encouraging the continued secesjservjce last week with a bitter j See Page 2A sion of Katanga statement against Britain Conor Cruise He said they used mer Irish told a news hindthescenes pressure against him and his mission at head while publiclysupport ing aims in the Britain and France have denied SHOPPING DAYS TILL CHRISTMAS Waves capsized the boat and hurled the Dutchmen and five sailors into the Six other crewmen of the small Dutch vessel were rescued earlier by a British Royal Navy The three crewmen washed overboard were swept off the deck of the Maria Schulte while trying to get a line to the strick en Dutch The 470ton Dutch vessel had struck a rock during the storm and started taking Royal Air Force planes dropped be able tojstatement saying GE believes jsaysomething one way or anothjthat in general our customers See Page 2A See Page 2A leaves and a coat and a pair of the sheriff The husband was immediately taken to Pearisburg and placed in charged with his wifes mur The sheriff swore out the warrant fcr the Court To Consider Question Of Teachers Leading In Prayers In Public Schools WASHINGTON AP Theprayer Supreme Court agreed Monday to Almighty we acknowledge consider whether it is dependence upon and we for teachers to lead theirbeg thy blessings upon our in prayer in public I our and our Objections to such a al Says He Regrets Having To Break With Byrd Organization On School Policy fiares to light up the turbulentjwere raised by parents of nine This follows a recommendation area for search in four schools in Newto all local school boards made Park They contend itiby the New York Board of Re violates the principle of the states governing body are always knock V HUB nldom rinjj the the OBrien declined to go into de tails on the pressure allegedly used He said he would clear up a number of other questions in RICHMOND AP Lindsay Almond said Mon day he regretted having to break with the Byrd Organiza tion over school integration poli a book he is planning to write on his Congo He met newsmen in his hotel near he has becnj steadfastly in favor of the scccsi Th only regret I have is But in a selfstyled swan song to stale agency defertded his frcedomof that I had to break with great people whom I respect and ad Almond told a I made up my mind that pub lic education would not wither and die in I felt there was only one course for Virginia to irrespective of the loss of polit ical friendship or hope of politi cal Almoitd broke with the mas sive resistance to school in tegration policies of Harry in 1959 and embarked on what is now Virginias freedom of choice school Massive among other would have closed Sec Page 2A tion of church and This is the first time the high court has undertaken to answer this highly controversial question and it is not expected to hear the case until late next The appeal relies heavily on previous Supreme Court rulings which D outlawed religious in struction on public school property but 2 approved a system of let ting students get such instruction elsewhere during school In the New Hyde Park schools the pijnils begin their day in he classroom by saying this brief THE WEATHER Downtown Temperature Reading From The Dial Thermometer On The Register Building for its public It was up held by New Yorks state The parents who appealed said the prayer is a form of coercion on their Some of parents are members of the Jew ish or the Unitarian Church and the Society for Ethical Cul ture while one parent is a non New Yorks highest the VIRGINIA Windy and mild Tuesday with a few high in and 60s but turning colder in the mountains in the forenoon and over east portion later in the Clearing trend east of the mountains late Tues NORTH CAROLINA Occasional rain or scattered showers spread ing eastward over most of state TEMPERATURES court of said there is no coercion bscause there Ls yesterday protection in that no pupil need 1 yesterday 7 yesterday 38 clear 58 clear 56 clear See Page 2A 1 today cloudy fjl   

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