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Danville Register, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1961, Danville, Virginia WEATHER CLOUDY TODAY ILLE EGISTER ONE HUNDRED AND FOURTEENYEARS OF PUBLIC SERVICE HOME DELIVERY 35c Week FOUNDED AP LEASED WIRES SATURDAY DECEMBEE 1981 AP NEWS FEATURES PRICE SIX CENTS Watch Son Die In Flames Allies Hope ToWelcT Solid Front Major Problem On Berlin Now Is De Gaulle PARIS of ficials expressed hope Fri shorn of any real conviction that the Western Allies may able to weld a solid an Berlin in the coming Intense Activity On the eve of an intense round of diplomatic activity in the French the big problem coming clearly into focus is What to do about President Charles de Gaulle De Gaulle has remained ada mant to pressure by to 2 lesser degree by the United i States and West for an watch fire which destroyed their home and Western initiativeon Beri killed their Harry father and sister escaped li talks with SovieUnion through windows as flames spread through frame LAP To Test DeGauile j Wirephoto West German Chancellor Xon rad Adenauer comes to Paris Sat urday for a stay which he may try to test De Gaulles Few feel the De GaulleAdenauer talks will sigj nifieantly lessen the task of thej West German and French foreign ministers who as semble here Monday for a two day session devoted mainly to American sources had few 3 Disaster In Fifteen Die As Fire Races Through Floor Of Hospital set up officials said there were 13 pawere sent Uiiied had been his Diane raced through the ninth floor of As the patients were one intern and one nurse At last the hospital issued a itae Hartford Hosoital for 45 many continued to i who Even they werestatement that all surviving pa John who iminutes Friday and killed 15 parest in the arms of hospital 1 itients are safe and in good conrushed to the scene of the fira visitors and medical were no beds for It was hours later before the Then it began the his participated in a Scores Trapped jTbey were moved later to otherfinal breakdown came with the business of notifying next of that was started imme j Scores of other oersons were i hospitals in jnames of the Strapped in their rooms until res Andrew of Framital employes and medical 1 State and city officials immei All patients from the seventh I cue fighting through a heart National Guard diately began an floor up were smoke and carried in Room 919 with four othertrucks and department store vej It was started by Deputy Stateare housed on the fifth through downstairs in their arms when a nurse closed thejhicles were kept busy transferring Marshal Carroll joy others by a few iiors still j Get The Patients Out Some of the patients went down he someone with the plasma botties still Get the patients out jiached to their Many were he I got oat of bed i seriously although Im not supposed II Nurses Slam Doors i looked out the door and saw flame j Nurses dashed through the We shut the door andj Policeman restrains and Harry Cullen as they sri0rs slamming doors until firethe visitors two women and aj and an explosion forced blankets and sheets I isto against the cracks along the door i Some well enough to land along the floor so the smoke stood at their windows and couldnt get screamed for When firemen j ffe all opened the windows got their ladders yje snwke went So we reached only to the eighth floor ljust stayed there and tried not to patients to other first of the dead to be ideni See Page Two Appeals For Allied Aid For South Viet Nam Document Spells Out Clear And Present Commie Takeover In Area Danger precious yards Eight Patients Eight of the dead were All Rescued Everyone in his room was res Mining Firm Accused Of Making Bombs O C5 Planes Resume Airlift In Katanga KatangaHenri Spaak condemned the processes much of Katangas three were of escaping down a darkened combat troops battleddrive and demanded in a messagecopper and produced w WASHINGTON AP The United States and other putcountries are actively discussing additional aid to South Viet a United Nations job in was selfdefense and charged thatjtanga gunfire damaged a Globe There were 793 patients in theeven as she watched the 3amesover when the fire burst when she heard block a Communist ting the sign of unity on the power Already thinking inj terms of a final public communij one diplomat said If it is csuched in nteaas we havent gotten very far OB a common p Reiterates Position rp Only three days De GauDei J Q seat Foreign Minister Maurice C Couve de Murville before the French Senate to reiterate that Jrailure KeglSter the West should noteven threat 01 nucleai destruction oasls I ACOOH hurry into Berlin drive which poses a threat toj world White Paper1 Secretary of State Dean Rusk made this disclosure at a news conference immediately i following release of a 155page trash chute at darted into a room with 10 Witnesses at hearing later i minor fires had occurred in the chute Belgian Foreign Minister Paul spelled oat a clear and present In the suffocating they wet towels over their faces filter the air and opened a win i For a brief moment I thought jthis was she Butj s burst from a chute onthen they grew calm and awaited ninth floor and raced along a i the wealthy Belgianrun Unionimaster resumed flying Miniere which danger of a Communist takeover by North Viet supported by comdnr AP IATJ through the upper floors of the but confusion surrounded 13story wing off the the disaster for 13 j There were conflicting reports as at first on the number of dead ths rest of the Communist world j RUSK declared anew that Nora vears old was Viet Nams campaign ofsubverjjLreproof i terror and armed innltration Evacuated Rescue workers evacuated thepersons crowded around the hos 10 patients on that information desk to get las the heat buckled ceilings andword on their The hospital first said all of the dead were fire Rusk Warns Katangan Break Would Aid Reds Says Secession Could Plunge Congo Into Open Door To Commies Washington AP Secretary of State Dean Rusk said Friday until the hostpial placed the secession by Katanga could plunge the Congo into anarchy and smoke gushed The fire was soon brought under this has been confined District Washington j largely to tentative and attorney Joseph Forer entered the probes by British and West plea and waived reading of German ambassadors in 12count indictment which was r last Frrav hv a The foreign ministers win carry Frulaj bv a iederal any decisions to their U colgrana ju did not name the other aow discussing aid for Viet But it is known I consultations were held at State Department Thursday Kvith other renresentatives of the wno will meet If the party is subject cnmheast Asia Trearv dav ana Thursday for the annual to a ftes for each day it OUua5t iT6al of the North Atlantic Treairefuses to register under the ty Solon Loses Leg la Accident STEPHENS CITY AI received aj severe injury to his left leg day when he fell from Ms car a state highway near i internal security Also Present Also present in court was regarded as the general secj retary of the Communist party inj this The indictment was served on Hall last Saturday inj j Hall would not tell LSI what his present party status ijustffy saving with a smile You can 1954 Geneva Others In SEATO Besides the United States casualties at Then hundreds of j open the doors to the Backs UN Operation Strongly backing the disputed Congo Rusk said the United Nations and the United States seek a stable Congo where Congolese leaders can shape their The world in the Katanga does not seek to conquer the Congo but is just trying to secure the position against Katanga he To Go To Paris Rusk spoke at a 30minute news conference a day before for a meeting of the Organization Kennedy Planning Trip Despite Demonstrations Sticking To Promise Of Venezuela Visit In Face of Acts PALM AP President Kennedy is sticking promise to make a goodwill trip to Venezuela next weekend in Ausralia New The purpose of the special em Idespite demonstrations in Nothing Yet j Acting White House press secj rtary Andrew Hatchar told I newsmen Friday Nothing and supplies to Eiisa bethville To Deliver Bombs Though regarding the shooting Britain announced ar rangements have been made for delivery of two dozen bombs for use by Indian Can berra jets of the Congo Com The British said the United Nations had met their terms The bombs are to be used only against ground Brian political reported to his New York headquarters that Irish and Indian troops were making good progress in cleaning up the outskirts of the city and had eliminated all Katanga road Inside the the Katangans still held several small I and two main military strong Moise Tshombes palace and the Lido which was given up as a rest center by the United Nations on the first day of the fighting No Effort Made AP Sci far UN have death ray made to penetrate the designed to I center of the it is focused on ir gaseous Carl Kober of the Martin plant near Den ver Hot Beam The weapon would be partly nu clearpowered and accomplish its Death Ray Weapon Is Planned May Turn Anything Into Vapor Wisp His left leg was amputated at which refer to me just as Dear Old i TJoll TT tr Hall Han Assails Law did release a continuing with his plans tojQf jNfortllCSSt sit Latin j i Not Violation I Caracas was the scene of aj statement it 55 not a violation of anrockthrowing attack on former Viet tfes knee by doctors in Winchester Memorial Virginia State Trooper Detriek UUmans was mitted to the hosnital with w possible back political The Communiststhough in the absence of such a Hatcner termed published ac Detrick said Ullman was drivjajpe that 1950 law has thDse steps might not be of Thursdays demonstra irig on Virginia 277 about when he attempted to close j a rattling The door of the117 one ve by Communist China that foreign which opens at for registration i would not remain indifferent to in was jerked open by the w tration of the party officersViet Nam jnedy are scheduled to be in Cara T passed Remaining is a The Communist themicas week from Uliman jost control ot we carjDec 2Q deadUne for registration have not been indifferent expect to leave Washington asl it swerved into a jndivdual members jto South Viet Nam for the last 115 on a fourday journey that will was rnWltVTt trAm fhf5 Up To Two Feet The main topic at the Paris gathering will be the Berlin On Rusk sought to minimize acknowledged differences among the Allies on how to work out oeaoeful settlement with the thrTOmS a Heart Of Matter famasUcaBy hot beam on an ob The differences which Kooer said count are those which exist bej Kobsr said in a Denver Post tween Moscow and the the weapon is conceived is the heart of the heias a defensive arm for use by the area of about eight blocks from the center of the city a traffic circle on the See Page Two January Draft Quota WASHEVGTON fense De issued a Jan PRESS No Comment was no immediate from the Air Force in iTTr1 i 1 t liCt I IF a tlfln The problem of peaceful Air Force in helping to pon settlement is whether the space in the a o j Union will recognize and respect UcsUil these longestablished rights and vital interests by the Allies in f Heavy snow burdened sectionsiXIrmam iington on Kobers description Nortieast PViday the questioning White House aides had beensaio0lS and slowmS travel in ttith Cong0 where Prototypes of the touch with the Embassy al of Many Accidents 6 or Pany regisraionwoa no reain in o Up to two feet of snow carpeted 20 and that for assistance to Southj The President and Ren jthe land near Lakes Erie and congressman was thrown from If i v in the party i several Rusk Itake them to Puerto Rico ampui officers anj members would bei The State Department White to Venezuela and subject to the Paper foresaw these consequences I In Caracas New State Police reported roads were open but in poor con Plows were trying to keep up with the snow in the Syracuse Doctors at the Winchester hosjplus five years imprisonment for of a Communist victory in ail Viet Gerald head of the White j pftal gave five pints of blood tojeach day of refusal to House Secret Service detail press Interstate 81 was blocked for a weapon un ist Moise jder development here will be able the Berlin crisis be The December draft totaled The highest monthly call dur in Tshombe is denouncing the United ito produce a beam in excess of The Defense Department said of States and where Americas degrees he ropean Allies seem less Temperatures of a million astic than Washington about the Would Face Civil War If Katanga is not peacefully Rusk the Congo will face civil war and anarchy and be jpen to Commun ist degrees are The effects will be similar to a solar or a burning glass through which sunlight is concentrated on an the Austrianborn scientist Becomes Gas the total personnel gains during the buildup exclusive of the active duty call to Re servists and National about half came from draft in Other the Pentagon came from reenlist He also suffered severe j The Communists have It would doubtless seal Pierre Salinger shock and cuts on the register on the ground that of where the CommunjTazewell the Presidents House Caracas on a Kennedys SL North See Page Two See VIET Page Two jwill Such surveys are normal in ad vance of a presidential Hat cher said the group would determine what has happened in Caracas and make arrangements for the Kennedys stay there and at capital of the hospital said it probablyiand found in the Gregov Students And Others found rowing a boat in the Florida i would not be removed by surgery Written in it read in High school students and others was held Friday in a New it failed to pass throughipart hurled set fire to cars and Escaped Madman Wanted in Five Slayings Nabbed In Boat Posed As Cuban Refugee while by jaeknifed but It is our policy cleared Brisk Winds Brisk westerly winds carried i Nations snow into Cattarau gus and southern Erie but Buffalo and New York City escaped the Portions of the and officer appointment it is focused to help theevaporates and becomes j Since the start of the j Congolese people to resolve these Its intricacy and cost difficulties and to give the United j make it uneconomical for would use in our best support Kober See Page Two See DEATH Page Two the Defense Department en listments have increased by more than 20 per All in the January draft will be taken into the See Page Two York familys bayonet j the mans digestive Friday night he broke off and was identified as a New swallowed a spoon handle in jail j York fugitive after federal officers where he was awaiting suspicious of his story to New that he was a refugee from Attendants rushed Mate The Mate Mike to a hospital a darkhaired Yugo finding the bowl of a deslslav is accused in a sert spoon in Ivanovs detention An Xray showed the handle in his Attendants They put me for lifetime inidistributed proCastro and anti the crazy I begged all of i Kennedy leaflets at Caracas be them that I should be helped and fore riot police moved Earlier they should let me be free of the this week a party of senators crazy Nobody helped mewas stoned on the way from the and therefore I am sentenced toairport into New Hampsbire Governor Finds Nothing To Be Deeply Concerned About At Bragg Ithem to be called to duty has been had not been issued adequate See Page Two See Page Two SHOPPING DAYS TILL CHRISTMAS By the time the kids no longer believe in Santo Glaus they are old enough to vote for someone to New York warrant of running amok 25 in the modest Long Island home of the brotherinlaw who had given him haven in this country a year When police came upon the scene next they found all five members of the Peter Gregov family stabbed and slashed to A French bayonet found on the premises was identified as the murder Even the Gregovs pet poodle was slain with 17 stab wounds during the A clue to the motive was con tained in a note signed by Ivanov A SPEEDY SPECIAL Soup Salad Pie Drink Hotel Danville Coffei Shop 85c Landon Says Its Time To Wake Pool Wesfs Strength Into One Power Bloc WASHINGTON AP Afl who was the Repttblicait presidential candidate 25 years said Friday it is time to wake up and pool all the West ern worlds economic and political strength into one great power said this is neces sary 16 meet the threat of Soviet and Chinese He pictured the United Nations as too timid bulwark The former gowruor of Kansas spoke at a luncheon at the Na tional Press He recom mended that the free world mo bilize its military power under a single united command to main tain peace in the world and de fend equity and Going a step beyond President Landon proposed that the United States and other na living standards by a freer ex change of goods and services join the European Common JThis led to an inquiry in a questionandanswer session as to whether he still is a Landon answered indirectly well have to wait and see what the next Congress But I suspect the Democratic party is going to be split about as much and ineffective to service as the tions that want to reach higher 6 V See Page Two Wesley Powell of New Hampshire Powell visited men from his state on the big Bragg reservation Friday and said he heard but nothing to be deeply disturbed Powell made his comment after an afternoon spent hopping over the post in a helicopter to talk with New Hampshire national guardmen and reservists called to active duty about two months The governor emphasized at a news conference that his visit did not result entirely from complaints which have appeared in New Hampshire and national news Only the timing of the trip was said adding that he had planned to come to Bragg sometime early next The Nesv Hampshire governor said he is confident soldiers from his state are willing to do their but he spoke critically of the national administration holding out the prospect of early I have seen no indication that the crisis which caused i He said he referred to Powell said he would mend to the other governors Page Two they pay similar visits to men from their state called to active The people back home may be misled by the gripes of a I chose to come to see for I think other governors should WEATHER Downtown Temperature Reading From The Dial Thermometer On The Register Building the Powell said he found some of the New Hampshire men resentful over publicity given to the complaint of a Time and again I was sure any soldier would just as soon be but weve been given job to do and we will do he One of the complaints Powell heard was from Robert Lee of section chief for a 515howitzer from Battery 4th Howitzer 197th Lee fold the governor his Increasing dondiness Saturday with occasional rain or snow extreme southwest portion late Cloudy and not so cold Saturday night and Rain or snow changing to rain north and west portions and rain southwest portions Saturday and rain NORTH CAROLINA Increasing cloudiness over state with rain likely in mountains Occasional rain Saturday night and TEMPERATURES 7 yesterday 33 clear 1 yesterday 44 clear A SPEEDY SPECIAL Soup Salad Pic Drink 85c Hole Danvlllt Codec yesterday 41 clear
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