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   Danville Register, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1961, Danville, Virginia                             WEATHER CLEAR TODAY THE DANVILLE REGISTER ONE HUNDRED AND FOURTEEN YEARS OF PUBLIC SERVICE HOME DEUVERY SScWeek FOULED FEBRUARY 1817 NO 26948 AP LEASED VA FRIDAY MORNING DECEMBER 8 1961 A NEWS FEATURES PRICE SIX CENTS V S Airlift Knocked Out Temporarily Ratanga Fighting Confused Katangapost office area also the tempoixoops under TJX command for would solve Weleasky sss two flights of Katasgans temporarily of the fighting appeared 10 be alkxs campaign to esd Ks Indication Of Differences to guard the RhodesiaKatan knocked out a United States airjag Staogas seces5i03 A fresh indication of differences 52 border asd charged that The ilift Thursday and a UN spokesj Shooting persisted in an area Reliable sourcs said Ibe Uniiedlamoag Western nations over thejUaited Nations sees itself as a sconqueror and not a conciliator ia Katanga US policy in sup in very confused fighting Wednesday it was claimed thatcreate more problems than iteration a backer of Tshombe Plane Damaged i Swedish troops were in command t t i Bullets fired from the Bat during the evening a I jf K jo Katanga President spokesman indicated Very Confident See KATANGA Page 2A i W i t txlCTlt ITshombe slightly damaged a US although the Swedes may still coniTl A 1 Tl 1 A 1 sss4 the they do r ranee And Belgium Accused authorities to nalt tneir aerial eommano the whoie area Of Sabotaging UN Effort In Katanga transport of ILN men and supj plies to this secessionist capital J Katanga Foreign Minister Evarl A UN spokesman in Newiiste Kimba told a newsman that York announced the Americanhe and Interior Minister Gode planes will resume operations Frijfroid Manongo had toured battle j i UN fighterspositions and fek verj confident UNITED XJ day under escort o NATIONS NY Russians might ask for aicision on the part of the colonial KLSH UN TROOPS TO KATANGA torn Congo In Paris Katanga President Moise U N troops board an armored truck at EMsa Tshombe announced that he was flying to Braz bethvilk for Katanga battle areas as the United zavflle the former French Congo before at States declared its support for any action the i temping to return to his secessionist province II X might take to achieve peace ia the strife1 The Elisabethviile airport was held by the U N Warns Of Loss Of Jobs JFK Seeks Labor Support For Freer Trade Policies brought how the Sghters could he expect The UN jet force blasted sacil action be I spokesman who accused the SoUN decision ed to protect the transports fromJKatanga ammunition dump jviet Union of spreading malicious j He said the planes will be pro jground Ore though strafing miles outside Eiisabeihviile Re1 The accusation was made snortjpropaganda vided with UN fighter escort to Stacks might help to clear the explosions shook the heartily after a UN spokesman an Referring to the council resojguard against attack The big jproaches jol the city jnouncea that grounded of Nov 21 empowering thejcar Mortar Barrage j UN forces laid down a mortar barrage late in the day Congo Offer JKatasga positions on the west under its control the one solvent jday I side of the EUsabethville airport isector of the former Belgian colj A siat gocarrying planes were or iGlobemasters will resume transiUnited Nations to take new actiondered grounded after one was hit coming ville United Nations cannot It suffered no serious itement distributed by thepassive in the face of open sabot jroad To correspondents in theiony offered to pat CongoIeseiSoviet UN delegation indicatedtage of the Security Council dej See COXGO Page 2A Flee To West In Train loss of Jobs unless they support jdent later assured Kennedy not I dial reception at the labor meet has program for more liberal for to worry about cooperi ing remarking that Its warmer eign trade policies ate ong thousand per cent today than it was yesterday The President appealed for orj Kennedy had made a similar j Kennedy annoaaced that abng aa enthusiastically received adjeiga trade proposals when N Y Jurist Racketeer Indicted In Tix9 Case Are Held On Charges Of Vainly Trying To Fix Criminal Action For j promote foreign trade expansion li She will also submit a program I aid communities industries workers that may be hurt fay creased import competition j Wfll Supplement jig j Such a program he supplement and coordinate loot duplicate what we are ali jready doing or proposing to do jfor depressed areas for small j basrsess for investment inceni tives and for the retraining andj KEW YORK state judge and an underworld rac compensation of our unemployed j keteer were indicted Thursday on charges of vainly trying to fej workers a federalcourt criminal case for Also accused in the One of the key defendants a State Supreme Court assignment j physician accused of serving as by the appellate division until the011 gobetween Li the fix attempt has fis case is disposed of Keogh been under aroundtheclock FBI j issued a statement proclaiming guard because of threats innocence I fais Efe j I will be vindicated Thefederal grand jury ment of the five to j xne indictment accused the a monthslong probe personally j directed by US Atiy Gen Robj gee FIX Page 2A ert F the lid off the biggest judicial scandal C T New York since the late FederalilXep Sinitll JLlStS Appeals Judge Martin T Mantonl went to prison in 1940 for selling 5111163 from trade For contrary America must Despite Communist Threats U S Battle Unit Reaches Berlin Without Trouble BERLIN new Amerijwinter dusk Only Lt Col William 0 can battle group began rolling iJ Herman the battle groups list into West Berlin Thursday Dej jovial deputy commander from turned One of the members of the unit listed on the official orders was Private browaand white dog of mixed ancestry Her Calls For Restraint Kennedy said workers and em jstraint in Harry Deterling engineer poses with wife and children ia West Berlin after fleeting from East Germany in a hijacked train Mrs Ingrid Deterling holds Ronald Other children from left Manfred Hans Joachim and Dirk Deterling and 24 relatives and friends hijacked the train and roared at 50 miles an hour past startled border guards to West Berlin AP Wirephoto by radio from Berlin spite Communist threats there South Norwalk Conn was no interference with its moserious when reminded of are a good deal whiter than tor march across Redruled East J past jthe rest and her most conspicuous Germany j Berlin is getting a firstclass j The unit that arrived was CojQstfit was his comment See BERLIN Page E 1st Battle Group 19th Infan try Its 25 jeeps and tracks took 6 hours ana 20 minutes to do thej j 110 miles from Helmstedi inj West Germany to West Berlin About Normal Nearly half the tune was spent going through Soviet checkpoints at each end o the highway This is about normal for the meticu lous examinationgiven to official papers by Soviet troops Capt John B Keeley 32 com pany commander from West ilis Choices jcreasingly efficient foreign pro jducers j If we cannot obtain new bar I gaining power to open up over iseas markets he said our exj jport industries will oat hisoffice 1 American labor will lose jobs Masininm Penalty j ITJEDERICKSBURG CAP Other Key Points The defendants in the fix case I The chairman of the powerful fieanedy made these other ma are charged with conspiring toJHouse Rules Committee Dominican Government Rejects New Proposal Second Such Action Within Week Conies On 10th Day Of Strike Many Americans Recall Pearl Harbor Attack Memory Of That Day Should Serve Us Well President Kennedy Says By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The memory o that day should serve us well President Bend Wis said he saw auite Thursday oa the 20th anniversary of the bombing few of East Germanys uniformed police on the of Pearl Harbor 20 Tears Ago j that goes for military aud civili President addressed the an we never dreamed that the fourlane highway The Amerij vuvaimu UK cans as usual ignored the EastUT comena011 at Miami Japanese would attack I have no United States does BaacQ recollections of regrets Its easy to be a Monday their Communist many Americans drifted back a I morning quarterback and I hon fifth of a century to their nations estly feel that we did the best we first taste of World War II j could not recognize regime 1 East German Position Wednesday Otto Winzer of the East German Foreign Ministry asserted that neither his govern jment nor the Soviet Union had ever guaranteed free access to West Berlin for NATO troops Dominicanbehind the oresident Their memories Mrs Franklin D Now Retired Hermit A Tyler the officer the obstruct justicepunishable upon Thursdayhe will support Repj propose to Congress wiivtw conviction by a maximum jBvejjcJia W McCormack January a standby probe wores R government p was thp QCOnd nrPr years m pnson aad a finefor wA Carl to give grants to Joaoain Jr They are State Snprame Courtjtert DOkla for majority Thursdaynight the latestJbacking Justice J Vincent Aeogh former er aowntiLn and anemptoymen plan to settle the Do Chief Asst US Atty Elliott j Albert is expected to be moimt Bolitical crisis n ert Sr Entaaa NQttfntvt T ATVlro T t ana saniora j jwurer jjj rnnVing known his choces t A a i now in prison for bankruptcyJRep Howard W Smith m uouu BoJung as lar to the Pleads Innocent The onlv one of the five d i tv AIIITTI ml tiJf The Ifth is parc or the forces m tired but on the whole venr calm the North Atlantic Treaty Orgamand interested in what zation while it is m West Ger he was to do Eest worst had happened He had hoped we would not be engaged She was in the White House ivhen radar telephoned and an usher told her of the Just before dinner I speak to Franklin He was very many But US officials ia Paris NATO headquarters said Ameri lieutenant colonel studying business at San Diego College Calif Shortly after 7 oclock ia the morning I was alone on duty with r vnA nmw See MEMORIES Page 2A the Trujillo era within a week land came on the 10th day of general strike aim resign See DOMINICAN Page 2A Successor Bridges lean troops automatically stop bsj ing NATO troops when they leave stedt Neither East Gerj Learnin many nor Berlin is NATO terrij George g E1Mt Jr of iry Branch NJ then a young sol The group that started intoidier on Oahu in the Hawaiian Band Of Beavers Really Busy CHARLESTON WVa AP A band of beavers is making ex work for employes of a Nicholas County coal mine j 1500 men of that outfit to reinset down at 7 that morning I hadi The Depjartment of Natural Re atly into court pleaded innocent before US Dist Judge Lloyd F MacMahon and m litical road Hes an administration1 man of tee pojplwment recod Jr month at 67349000 Domingo following reports that the opposition bad won its victory in the crisis with an agree held in S50 000 bail trial So i Kennedy noted that Thursday date was Vet CoraUo hasi a SSLcTmented but not awas the anniversary of the meat under which Balaguer would record but only one criminalconj six months The other in court Dec It i radical Smith sattack on Pearl Harbor He saidjstep down force the 5000men American i been assigned to the radar sec igarrison in Berlin more three months I was trying three months ago while the Comj to learn to operate the equipment Murphy Named To U S Senate jmunists were building their walljl asked our section chief it j through the city icould keep the set on Has History Picked Up Plot The I9th Infantry has history jit was under Japanese fire in the Shortly after 7 am he and his sources told Thursday of a dam the animals have built in the depths of Crichton No 4 mine oa Panther Gulch A mine engineer called in con Uervation officer W W Willey when the situation became such CONCORD NH AP attackon Pearl Harbor just 20 vate picked up a plot of incoming over Attyj years ago It was part of the airplanes They telephoned Ft pumj many ways the challenges now would follow closely the con ijority leader Smith said andi In his anneal for wageprice re i jTI i tr Meanwhile Judge Keogh at his j has had considerable experience own request was relieved of nisi and is well qualified See KENNEDY Page 2A ernment rejected There was no gloom among the immediate superior also a prithat the water level backed up a main belt line making g necessary The depth of Shafter near Pearl Harbor but the water prevented entry to the an officer believed it was a flight dam area of US bombers from San Frani But plans are beirfg made to CISCO trap the beavers and move them like every j Meanwhile theyre as busy as Carolina Senator Sees No Justification For Existence Of Qvil Rights Group BENNETTSVILLE SC Negro had been mistreated Mailoys grandmot A state senator told the South Carj by two city policemen Martha Malloy made olina Civil Rights Advisory Com Said Goldberg Isioned presentation in which mission Thursday there is no justij The officials of this city andione point she declared Im edi fication for its existence and people of this city will notiored but Ive got a white heart formula as inadmissable jservatism and strong antiComi200 men who arrived at Check Elliott says that Ttw rtmc stands of the late deanooint Bravo in BerUns early other American at that time andbeavers lilt liuUiUU UJliiLctl V i i went to the ledlot Seaate by air force Gen Pedro Rodril Ti sure that on major issuesjlVVtr TVIlc Allfl Sll guez Echavarria Balaguer lastmy thinking will be much alongIclVy 1 HUV llC OlllpJllaiCS s month made the general secrejtbe same lines as the late itary of state for armed forces said Murphy who at 34 will i putting him in direct succession be the youngest member of the a I credit our community and welcome an investigation State Sen William Goldberg of by the Federal Bureau of lavesti Marlboro County city attorneyjgation if the civil rights group land would never have carried it further if he had told her the re1 suits of an investigation which shei for Bennettsville inade the chargejisat satisfied that no mistreat as the biracjal civil rights group iment occurred metjbere to hear charges that a That boy resisted arrest and ihe got slapped down Goldberg LITTLE IvIZl U was to it 1 j The complaint before the Civil JRighis Commission was made in behalf of 19yearold William Mai jloy But nsither Malloy nor the I other chief complaint witness Ma die Ruth Burnett appeared at the hearing E R Mclver of Conway chair of the commission conceded at one point that their absence put us in a kind of bad i light said he bail promised to make appointed to Senate i Murphy oneyear Wesley Powell political mentor Asked by a reporter whether Kept Nevada9 Afloat At Pearl Harbor editors Nois Capt Joseph K itmrd oldest of the eight battleantiaircraft guns were firing The See RIGHTS Page 2A SHOPPING TIU He represented the Nevadas dead and j wocmdsd af special memorial aa emonies tn Carson City In the dis am the normal routine was bej he considered himself to be a conpatch teiov he describes the attack servative Republican the new Part in keepng he senator said As to a label the i on cicaiuiiji people of Ivew Hampshire can deBy Capt Joseph K Taussig Jr the decks STnau terraine that by my actions in CARSON CITY Nev THE WEATHER ried out The duty section Downtown Temperature Reading deck cleaning paint work From The Dial Thermometer the US Senate See SENATOR Page 2A The USS Nevada was a firstline battleship stationed at Pearl Harj bor k to On The Register Building Unemployment Rate Dropped In November WASHINGTON AP The when the figure was 57 per centJdication that the economy is beNormally aa increase of about government announced Thursday President Kennedy broke the ginning to climb 500000 could have bean expected o ashore about am Chief wains Mate Adobho Solar f M to monn dropning on the naval hiUy areas Fair and y rising temperatures Saturday with increasing high clondiness in Old oge hos got you when you have that morningafter feeling the night before that the rate of unemployment dropped below the 68 per cent level last month for the first time in a year The seasonally adjusted figure of the total labor force This corn news with great pleasure in Raymond D Larson manpower his speech at the AFLCIO conj assistant at the Labor Depart A SPEEDY SPECIAL Soup Salad Pie Drink 85c Hotel Danville Shop pares with 63 per cent in No vember a year ago and is the lowest since September i960 vention in Miami He announced the November employment tallies showed a total of 67349000 jobs a record high for the month The President gave out the statistics several hours in advance of their release in Wash ington and cited them as an in ment said officials were pleas antly surprised at what he called the longawaited improvement in the job picture The actual number ot unem ployed in November was 3990000 an increase of only 56000 over the October total of 3934000 because of the seasonal shutdown station on Ford Island I was on the port side at that moment and saw a torpedo plane flying low over the harbor The plane dropped a torpedo arid I watched it as it exploded against outdoor employment AS general alarm system and met Boatswain The number of longterm unjSolar We turned in the alarm employedthose out of work word to man weeks or more dropped i 100000 to ia million the lowest Immediatdy afterward the I I J afternoon NORTH CAROLINA Mottly sunny and somewhat colder Fri day with high temperatures 40s in west and around 50 east por tion Saturday increasing cloudi ness with slowly rising tempera tures TEMPERATURES level this year See JOBS Page 2A A SPEEDY SPECIAL Soup Salad Pie Drink 85s Hotel Danvtllt Cofiet Shop 40 pm yesterday 52 clear 7 pm yesterday 48 clear 1 today dear   

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