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   Danville Register, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1961, Danville, Virginia                             WEATHER CLOUDY TODAY THE DANVILLE REGISTER HOME DELIVERY 35c Week ONE HUNDRED AND FOURTEEN YEARS OF PUBLIC SERVICE FOUNDED FEBRUARY 1347 NO 26946 AP LEASED WIRES DANVILLE VA WEDNESDAYTIORNING DECEMBER 671961 AP NEWS FEATURES PRICE SIX CENTS Stevenson Wont Run For Senate Is Promised Bigger Role In Shaping U S Foreign Policy UNITED NATIONS N Y Stevenson announced Tuesday he has decided against running for the U S Senate in Illinois He agreed to stay on at the United Nations after Presi dent Kennedy promised him a larger role in shaping U S foreign policy Surprises Many Stevensons decision many political experts It aoaa reuUy was influenced by asaJ ances from the President that his jab as chief US delegate at the United Nations weald be broad ened to give him a bigger in the administration Kennedy ia New York for speaking engagements said he was delighted by Stevensons de cision Kennedy Statement I expressed to him this week end my emphatic hope that he would continue at the United Na tions and play an expanding rolei in the making and execution of our foreign policy the President said Pierre Salinger Kennedys press secretary declined to elab orate on the reference to an panding role for Stevenson It was understood however that itj would mean more frequent coni saltations with the President among other things j Stevenson had disclosed Saturj By phone Katanga Forces Clash In Bloody Battles w Two Chinas Thant Puts UN On Virtual War Footing Showdown In Katanga Jets Reinforcements Sent t i In Province Proposal Is Advanced i UNITED NATIONS NY Lng thanks to George Ivan Smith and established contact with Lin Acting SecretaryGeaera U acring civilian chief and Brian ner in LeopoldvilSe at am Thant put the United Nations on Urquhart another top civilian All of you showed remarkable a virtual war footing in tumulaide for their efforts restraint in handling the very dif ituous Katanga Province Tuesday A UN spokesman said the jets Dealt situation U Thant told Lini He ordered jet planas and addiwere ordered into Elisabeth viilener to relay to Smith and Urquj Itional ground reinforcements support ground action by UN hart the Katanga and to destroy any aircraft He said that this was accomi jital that take hostile action againstplished despite prolonged negotiaj It All Depends UX positions iions marked by bad faith from Asked by a reporter if he in Flies Over the other side T p 0 tends to go to the Congo he re He said one Dornier jet obvij Gives Authority j UMM AATIONS A fAP pjecj jj ajj depends Pressed ousiy manaed by a European pi U Thant and Linner were in A two Chmas compromise to furfner as TO whether he would lot had flown over Eiisabeihviiie contact until 1035 am during accept both Nationalist and twssibility of such the day which time the UN chief gave and Katanga forces mumst China as UN was advanced for the first Nigeria Diplomat Suggests Idea For First Time About 40 Persons Are Killed During Fighting ELISABETHVILLE Ka missjon he said Christopher Vito Christiano 13 talks with his mother by phone from Riverside R I He had not seen his mother Mrs Arthur Sowash of Mansfield Ohio since the day his father no i The spokesman gave these adauthority to take any action nec nrne U Thant issued the orders details jessary to restore freedom of UN ties in the General Assembly Tuesday er comerring directly with Stare S Local Belgians opened fire from movement in oy a Beading spokesman for representative inivillas in Elisabethviile on UNi ui1fl fnf C3 no rnnar hoaHniiarrpr in hpsrinilflrtert Mnntr uuh craKJ LONDON AP The ule lO a bloody pitched bat in and around Elisa jbethville Tuesday bringing Face Reality Leopoidville Foreign Minister Jaja Wachuku Swedes Arrive jthe Congo with headquarters inheadquarters along with scat LONDON LAP The British jtered units of the Katanga gen government answered critics ofj They were met with Congo policy Tuesday with a W Subsides At Dark took him to New Jersey about 16 years ago In background is jof Nigeria told the assembly itj of 240 Swedish fire forces promise to attempt in every By the best available count his grandmother Mrs Marie B August of Riverside AP face the reality of shortly thereafter by The United Nations had addii possible way to reduce tension 40 persons were killed and Chinas and admit the Peipingpjane m Elisabethviile jtional reports of Europeans in cijthe strifetorn land jmore than a score injured before jgovernment But be said Nigeria Thant gave Linner unlimitedivilian dress aiding the Katanga In almost identical words fighting subsided at darkinto would not agree to expel Presiauthority to restore order in jeign Secretary Lord Home andscattereti gunfire The battles ident Chiang Kaisheks Nationaljtanga Province whose president Still Held Deputy Foreign Secretary signaled a new show lists as a condition for seating JMoise Tshombe has declared the Still being held as hostages by ward Heath spoke of Britains j down between 6000 UN troops in from the Katanga forces were 12 Swedes i desire to see peace in the Congo j Katanga and 12000 Katanga gen itwo Norwegians one Argentine Lord Home addressed the House jdarmes and paratroopers Tha ary of1and an Indian Gurkha major prejof Lords Heath spoke to the j United Nations declared the days fighting could not be considered East Germans Hijack Train Gain Freedom j Communist representatives He j province independeflt Engineer Fireman And 23 Passengers Say They Are Refugees From Reds Let us accept the fact thaJficial with the UN forces Brigviously reported missing House of Commons ithere are two states now existingK A S Raja in complete charge U Thant went to the UN comi Their statements came as Gen I in what Icprt m ho tprrimrvof all UN activitv in Katanga imunications center on ths nfh See UN Page 2A S C Appeals possibility of running against Sen Everett Dirksen the 65yearold i QPJ Republican party Senate leader He said he had discussed the question with President Kennedy A Experts Belief Several top politics experts pressed the belief that the former Democratic presidential candidate1 was ready to abandon his diplo matic career which began last Group Convicted January r Two main reasons were given i in Demonstration for this belief j 1 Stevenson was reported unj COLUMBLA S C AP happy with his UN job Carolina Supreme he found it too confining and Tuesday that 1ST Negro cause he was not in full acted in tfaf with all policies of the Kennedyof lawful police orders when theyjreairn to L administration refused to discontinue an antisegj Daley Pressure iregation demonstration on thel 2 Informed quarters reportedState House grounds last iroops that Mayor Richard J Daley of In Defiance Of Orders Qiicago had put pressure on both1 The appelants not only Stevenson and Kennedy to agree to heed and obey but engaged ireats Ol c to have Stevenson run 15minute noisy demonstration Quences Dirksen in an effort to return thein defiance of saeh orders As The hijacked train was driven Illinois Senate seat to the Justice J cratic column next year said in writing In his surprise announcement opinion which rejected Stevenson said I have today inby the demonstrators Aug 13 East Germany formed Mayor Daley of Chicago The acts of the appelants uneraies that I cannot be the Democraticder all the facto and outside candidate for the Senate stances clearly constituted ai All In On Plot iNehra Says Red China Is Threatening Invasion Pledges Full Resistance loi one ne said Let us He did so after expressfloor of the headquarters building icold war in this assembly Dont S BERLIN group of East Germans led by a daring i squabble over something that canj young railroad engineer stole an East German train Tuesdaybe solved bv common sense day that he was considering the night and drove it at high sneed past startled Communist guards j Under Charter B ssi The locomotive and eigat cars Ued onlv bv agreement of the carrying 32 persons roared Nationalist stfle East German guards at jmiies an hour and screeched NEW DELHI AP Nebm simmarized tefore Parjflict is Indias most important exC ia halt threefourths of a mile iaj Prime Minister Nehru said Tuesliamcnt a new note from Ppininaifprnal w side the Western sector West police reported be set up by me asseinmyienej to enter Indias northeas a localized incident Nightfall left this Katanga capi tal a dead city Only the hospitals caring for the wounded showed signs of activity Each Accuses Other Each side accused the other of treachery and of starting the i shooting Initial gestures of concili ation failed Adding to the tensions were re ports that 45000 Balubas in near had Prime Minister Nehru said a new note from Peiping I ternal problem and declared heLrmina Red China has laraim uienkeives and relatives announced they dedsbe factor udll willingness or the unwillingness of j frlthe Peoples Republic of tkCnina to accept the obli s of UN membership hei ImunistUSina to accept the obliT rf Redruled id lvlet United States and the Soj heaw prestige j the idea of two j seats for China So have the jtionalist and Communist govern ments j Since the debate began in thej Terrorists Tried To Break Tieup i the Red Chinese said their troops l i would be justified in entering In jdias northeast region but added J jthat Peiping intends to refrain I I fromcrossing the border there I In the parliamentary debate Nehi mentionof this part of i Nehru said Peiping complained that India was up milij val regimes In recent conferences thebreach of the neace the ooinion Deterling told a reporter he had i United Nations including the government general strike threation the simmering border disputehvould continue to try for ast rewfaich he said may be a majorlful solution breakout Holding them back were less than 70 Swedish UN troops Angered By Resolution The fighting erupted after Ka tangan officials expressed anger over a new UN resolution calling Katangas secession from the cen tral Congo government illegal The United Nations had issued a new ultimatum to clear road blocks on the main road to the Eiisabethville airport scene of the heaviest fighting It was the second major en gagement between the two forces in three months Tshombe In Paris In Paris President Moise Tshccnbe of Katanga followed the Elisabethville developments close ly and confidently declared the Katangans had the situation well Religious Issue Being Raised tary positions and building new I posts in the disputed Ladahk ar TV ea of Kashmir and in such areas SANTO Bara Hoti west of the Tibetani By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS to Miles West Whether to observe religious holidays in classrooms is bother The area is more than 1000 ing school officials in Connecticut President has greatly my view that I can besi serve i The See STEVENSON Page 2A In Mass March heard the line would be comoletelv next week so he start Some Violence David Wyllie Hatnden Nehru said the Red Chinese superintendent issued a Conn m At Leoooldville earn Jackie Changes To Save Dav approved by twothirds of thej WASHINGTON Kenn which two women turn up social function in similar The First Lady changed in magistrates court of breach of Lichy shoveled coal onto the peace and received sentences fire and Deteriing opened varying from S10 or 10 days in i throttle as the train rushed jail to SiOO and 30 days I through its normal terminal sta Matthew Perry a Columbia Aibrechtshof without stop attorney indicated the US PinSThe engine crew leaped into JQJ coal tender for protection lomtiejll flllll limed Joaquin crowds of government workers See CHINA Page 2A at Court asked a review the case Arequest expected gunfire when iejpi At rushed past border guards iJtiOCKS At nine India claims the British1 schools drawn McMahon line is the northi Both and Selectman John oustingeastern butchina says said Monday that as a border lies approximately iOOlresili been visited by miles farther south i protesting groups and had re Nehru Is Vague jceived numerous telephone calls H fhevi Nehru was vaSue ahout Councils Position activitiss the Red Chi Tfe Cited the eported to work bv noon meant off gn injtraditional separation of church Many Shops Reopen He the cote comUna state In the Doorer sections of the nese membership would have to OI hfnnrovM hv twothirds of to jobs after a newj warning irom the government that would they See KATANGA Page 2A timfi Mrs William Pa SL SolonS severe many shops opened their doors for business tribunal for a rehearing be the first step for addi appeal procedure there Defendants Position said ley wife of the chairman of the In arguments last month before Pressure Unbearable j CARACAS Venezuela board of Columbia Broadcaststhe Supreme Court attorneys for He said they fled East Germanystudents hurled stones at automocial districts SvSm anS at deLnstrators held that thosebecause political pressure under biles carrying six touring US hundreds of demonstrators HoiisTVearina similar outfitwho marched on the State House communism was unbearable night US Emed wt the continuation or tnej I territory j The border situation has been a AP senators Monday night US Em The committed no unlawful acts Everything went perfect aclbassy officials expressed confistrike and the removal of Bala same The only noticeable differnor had the caused others tocording to plan Deterling reidence Tuesday that tight securiiiuer ente was a more pronounced cowlcommit unlawful acts ported The line is not on myjty would President Keni neckline on Mrs Paleys dress The state on the other run I asked ray superiorsjnedy from leftwing disturi By this time though Mrs Kensaid the demonstration in downto let me make an acquaintancewhen he visits here netiy ter More Effective Travelers Valley iarea reported the strike Blind Man Held In Burglaries GARY Ind blind man separation or cnurcn was accused Tuesday of using his and recommended dog a isyearold Jewish and Chrisj boy to help hurt in a string of ceieorations burglaries here 26Gary was Troy Ni the Board otjcharged with firstdegree burg isubjectof angry debate in ParlialMucation w1th Troyjlary and ordered held without iment since Nov 20 when Nehru Jewish Community that bond pending grand jury action Police arrested Knowles last week after a witness told them he had seen the blind man and his dog climbing out a window of a home here ia Police said a 13yearold boy ad comgrams Children will be excusedjmitted helping Knowles His state At the Red Chinese had such Hebrew holidays again along the Ladahk j as Chanukah be discontinued in i the schools But Dudley van JArnam the superintendent said The Reds have occupied decision would not interfere i square miles claimed by India in with traditional Christmas pro Reply To Protest Ladahk The latest Peiping comgrams C from banua o was in reply to an Inif the pro Ji norn i cen hiou grams conflict with their even black Bot Psley have been included in lists that some potential of the bestdressed women ers had been drawn to the scene 1 See BERLIN Page 2A dian protest that the Communists i religious beliefs he added r had aushed their outposts Dominic Garofalo school board demonstrarnore effective tnere Government er chairman at West Haven Conn j t j j j Nehru said that Peiping as usualsaia his organization had deaaed iias charges He told that the border con See CHRISTMAS Page 2A South Nam Leader Agrees To Broad Program Of Economic Military Reforms WASHINGTON effectiveness of the Southlthe USfinanced aid program Ngo Dinh Diem oT South Viet Nam j Viet Xam governments internal jn jjje common setup al the has agresd to economic and mii operations and its conduct of thej South Vietnamese army More curring sporad1 operations were said to be ically for weeks They began lastjpletely paralyzed month following the governments As the strike dragged on the diplomatic break with Cubas Fijmajor opposition groups were re del Castro regime i A small group of young students See DOMINICAN Page 2A threw roc1at the senators cars when the convoy enroute from ithe airport got stalled in heavy traffic in front of a high school The senators dismissed the in cident as an impromptu action by a few troublemakers who were not ment said Knowles would tell him what to look for after they had broken into a home they added Knowles has a court record dat ing back 15 years police said and has served sentences for burglary and forgery guerrilla attacks ment in the meshing of Vietna SAN FRANCISCO A See VIET NAM Page 2A aware Of The sen Margaret Chase Smith L McClellan D Mansfield DMont Alan Bible DNve Henry C Dworshak RIdaho and Roman L Hruska RNeb Despite Frustrations And Setbacks Free World Winning Cold War Johnson Says WICHITA FALLS Tex has forged ahead on Vice President Lyndon B Johnsonjery front stepping out boldly andj said that despite frustrations andconfidently into a world where we setbacks the free world is winjknow that peril lurks in every US officials said Tuesday Diem mese and US efforts to counter and US Ambassador Frederickjthe Viet Cong and step up popu E Nolting Jr reached complete ilar morale agreement on such a program j The effect of the accord will be last weekend in Saigon to clear the way for increased The main areas of improvement US economic and military as US officials said should be insistance to South Viet Nam along rwj 7 11 iLS5 lill ated Witness lestihes Kennedys military adviser Used Auto Part Was Used To Repair Engine LITTJE 3IX for thegirl who has everything polict whistle might come in At a news conference last week Kennedy said I have suggested that the steps which are being taken within Viet Nam on account of the Communist threat have not been sufficient US officials declined to outline the specific steps which Diem has agreed to undertake It is known however that the United States was seeking assur ances of greater cooperation and la program of economic reform injthe Constellations No 3 engine MIAMI BEACH MVAn Imperially cutting it down with a file Army recrufts Airlines engineer estified Tuesday he borrowed a used automobile part to repair the engine of a Constellation the day before it j crashed in Virginia Nov 8 killing 77 persons The engineer John Mayfield told a Civil Aeronautics Board hearing he made the small brush from an automobile gene a fuel pump motor on and hacksaw He said he considered the part harder and stronger than the been found in the planes fuel one designed for the plane Only two persons pilot Ronald Conway of Hollywood Fla and flight engineer W F Poythress of Miami survived the crash At the time the plane was attempt ing an emergency landing with two engines dead and a third faltering The dead included 74 Earlier testimony in Richmond brought out that sediment had tanks possibly impeding the flow of fuel to the engines The day before the fatal flight Mayfield said the Constellation flew from Philadelphia to Colum bia S C and the circuit breaker cat out three times on one pump See HEARING Page 2A ning the cold no mis take about that But this struggle is a continuj ing one he said We cannot rest on our oars It is pleasant i and heartwarming to contemplate the successes of the past But in that contemplation we must not lose sight of the pressing needs for action here and now Johnsons speech was prepared for a dinner Tuesday honoring Rep Frank Ikard DTex who is retiring from Congress The vice president described his speech as a summing up of the first year of the Kennedy admin istration He told of five ways in which he said the nations military power had been strengthened and listed things he said had been done to help humanity and make freedom more secure This has been a year of prog ress for America he said Our corner but where great danger is also accompanied by great oppor uaity The vice president conceded that unemployment is higher and farm income lower than the adminis ration would like But he said the number of employed persons is rising and farm income in 1961 is up 68 per cent over I960 Our gross national production was billion this fall will reach billion by Christmas and billion by mid1952 he said Corporate profits have risen rom billion in February to billion this an increase THE WEA1 Downtown Temperature Reading From The Dial Thermometer On The Register Building VIRGINIA Partly cloudy In the north portion to mostly cloudy in the south portion Wednesday with the high temperatures in the 40s and low 50s Cloudy rather windy and turning colder Thursday with a chance of rain in the sooth por tion NORTH CAROLINA Consider able cloudniess and colder Wed nesday with chance of some rain south portion by late in the day High temperatures in moan of 20 per cent in the past months tains and 50s elsewhere day partly cloudy and moderately I have not recited all this for any mutual backpatting session For certainly these are not hours without anxiety days without dan See JOHNSON Page 2A cold TEMPERATURES 7 am yesterday 56 cloudy 1 pm yesterday 57 cloudy 7 pm yesterday 50 cloudy 1 am today M ckmdy H   

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