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Kennedy Suffers
Bad Cold, Rests
In Palm Beach
PALM BEACH, Fli. (AP) ; originally had intended to come
President Kennedy stopped short to Palm Beach from Bermuda
his return trip from Latin Amer
ica today to land at Palm Beach
with a heavy cold which sent him
to bed for a rest.
Kennedy, who developed the
cold during his fast-paced tcur
into Puerto Rico, Venezuela and
Colombia, decided early this
morning en route to the United
States to get off at Palm Beach
with Mrs. Kennedy,
White House press secretary Pi
erre Salinger, reporting that a
head cold gave Kennedy some dis
comfort during the flight from
Bogota, said two physicians have
examined the President since his
arrival at about 7 a.m.
One was Navy Capt. George
Burkley, assistant White House
physician who traveled with the
Kennedys. Salinger identified the
other as Dr. William Y. Sayad of
Palm Beach, who he said has
served as the Kennedy family
physician here for some time.
Kennedy went to bed at about
10 a.m. and was still there when
Salinger met with newsmen more
than an hour later.
Salinger, after talking with
Capt. Burkley. described the
President's ailment as "a good
heavy head cold" but one that
had caused no fever.
Kennedy plans to leave Palm
Beach at 9 a.m. Tuesday for
Washington. Salinger reported. He
said the cold would not alter the
President'! plan to meet British
Prime Minister Harold Macmillan
at Bermuda Thursday. Kennedy
Woman, 4 Children
Injured In Mishap
A Roseburg woman and four chil
dren were injured Saturday in a
one-car accident on Oakland Shady
Rt. across the highway from the
Oregon Game Commission office.
Injured in the accident were
Sirs. James Bevill, 38, of 3181 NE
Johnson St.; her two children, Ger-
M Hav. 11. and Paula Rene 7,
and two other youngsters, Linda
Rene and Linn Ray Bell. 8 year
old twins, children of Mr. and Airs.
Lawson Bell, 3235 NE Stephens St.
Condition of Mrs. Bevill was re
ported "good" at Douglas wn
munity Hospital this morning.
Th tum Rell vounEsters and Ger
ald Ray Bevill were treated as
outpatients at local hospitals where
they were taken by ambulance.
Paula Kene nevui
itaA nvarnight.
Roseburg stale police ""J ,the
driver and passengers suffered lac
erations and bruises.
Investigating officers said Mrs.
Bevill. driving a 1938 sedan, was
traveling north in a heavy ram.
Officers said the vehicle went off
the east side of the hiRhway into
a ditch and smashed into a cement
The vehicle, which received ex
tensive front end damage, was re
moved by Billy Jlohr'i Towing
Young Boy Dies
In Church Blast
Friday for a Christmas vacation
and still expects to do so, Salinger
The press secretary also said
he believed Kennedy would go
through with his news conference
scheduled for Wednesday, No
hour has been set.
Kennedy had "a desire to stay
under the sun," Salinger said.
Washington's weather is wintry.
Kennedy felt the cold when he
was in San Juan. Puerto Rico,
last Friday and "it got a little
worse," Salinger said.
Kellogg Bridge
Bid Call Slated
The Oregon State Highway Com
mission will call for bids for con
struction of the new Elkton-Suther-lin
Highway bridge at Kellogg Jan.
17, according to Forrest Cooper,
deputy state highway engineer at
Cooper told the News-Review to
day that the commission plans also
to improve about IVi miles of the
road southerly from the Kellogg
bridge and provide the necessary
road and approach connection with
the recently improved section to
the north. The work would start
as soon as weather permitted.
The Highway Department previ
ously had appropriated about $690,
000 for the Elkton-Sutherlin High
way 225 improvement. However,
said Cooper, since the collapse of
the old bridge structure at Kellogg,
any other road improvement would
be worthless without a bridge.
It has been necessary, he said,
to use these funds for the nem
bridge. Funds remaining from this
original appropriation will be used
for the additional road construction.
With this work out of the way
there will remain about four miles
of old county road for which no
funds are now available. Cooper
said he could not predict when this
work can be done, as the highway
department will have to take up
the matter in future, budget con
siderations. '
The Kellogg bridge will be a
standard, concrete structure of two
lane width.
The highway department answer
ed a reply from the Sutherlin
Grange in which he also pointed
out plans of the commission for the
Kellogg Bridge work.
Estobliihod 1873 20 ROSEBURG, OREGON MONDAY, DECEMBER 18. 1961 296-61 10c Per Copy
AN INJURED SURVIVOR of the circus fire ot Niteroi, Brazil, is carried from the
scene of Sunday's flash circus fire to a waiting ambulance. The fire destroyed the main
tent of the Circo Americano, killing more than 250 spectators and injuring on esti
moted 500. About o quarter of the 2,500 spectators were injured. (UPI Radiotelephoto)
Brazilian Circus Fire
Claims Lives Of 250
NITEROI. Brazil (AP) Firelhospital beds, doctors and nurses.
roared through a nylon circus tent i Air force heliconters flew merii.
Sunday afternoon as 2.500 persons cine and plasma from Rio de
watched a performance. Police Janeiro and Sao Paulo. Radio ap
estimated 2."0 were killed. peals brought doctors and nurses
It was Brazil's worst disaster from Rio.
and the worst circus fire in his-1 Niteroi'i five hospitals were
tory, worse than the Ringling i filled. Othera of the injured were
Bros, fire in Hartford, Conn,, in, ferried across the bay to Rio
BLM Employes
Receive Awards
.' unit forester for the Roseburg
District of the Bureau of Land
Management and a former staff
member now located at Portland
have received BLM "superior per
formance awards," the BLM office
said today.
Sam J. Heaney, a staff member
since 1955, and Paul W. Arrasmith,
who is now assigned with the BLM
state office at Portland, were re
cipients of $150 and $200 cash
awards respectively for outstand
ing performance. The awards were
announced by Russell E. Getty,
Portland, state BLM director.
KeaneJ was first assigned to liie
United Fund Goal
Hits 75 Per Cent
The Central Douglas United
Fund today went over 75 per cent
of its goal of S73.936 when it re
ported $55,565.73 has been collect
The total is $100 better than 75
Der cent of the goal. CDUF offi
cials said they expected more
money yet to come in on this
years campaign.
Both the percentage and the to
tal thus far received, are records
for CDUF drives. Last year a to
tal of approximately $49,000 was
collected for a new nign.
Eleven divisions in the drive col
........ nn , X " - f- it. A D
hiLi-nuit orJn,-V"'": l"r. lected more money than was col
An exp.os.on oemomneu . .u,.,; jn 5ections
cnurcn ana . officials noted. These divisions
boy who had armed early 'or advanced gifts, business di
Sunday ' school L Tte . blast mjured ..B ' djvi.
five others, including the boy employes, schools.
mother, a nromer ana . s.Mer. Sutherlm residenllai division, unit
"There d nave Deen ?s insiae n plan ,pecial glft, and Winchester,
it had been 15 minutes later,"
said Russell Morgan, who lives
beside the little church in this'
northeast Alabama community.
Heivy Fighting Told
SAIGON. Viet Nam (AP) The
All of the circus' 150 animals
were rescued, lhree elephants
1944 in which 168 died
Officials early today said 180
bodies had been recovered, many
of them children. An estimated i broke their chains and escaped.
500 were injured, some seriously.! Among the survivors were the
Gov. Celso Pecanha of Rio de two trapeze artists. The woman,
Janeiro State said arson was Antonietta Estevanovich, said the
suspected. Niteroi is across! was standing on the platform and
Guanabara Bay from Rio dejher partner was swinging through
district as appraiser and in 1957 "J"1"0- - . . ... , . "J. Ja n V i m
was named unit forester. , p ' " "T
Th;. tva viAriiH ,hAM Tif, lwu uapeze penormers oegau lau, lov said, bb cumpieiea n
" 7 " r; 17 " their aenal act. Within five mm
U. S. Envoy
Seeks Congo
Unity Talks
(AP) U.S. Ambassador Ed
mund A. Gull ion today flew to
meet Moise Tshombe and hoped
to bring the Katanga president
back for unity talks with Congo
rremier tynlle Adoula.
Gullion took off at daybreak in
a U S. Air Force Constellation as
President Kennedy's personal
peace envoy.
One report from Elisabethville
said Tshombe was still inside his
heavily defended official palace in
the Katanga capital under siege
by U.N. troops only yards away.
Other reports placed him in the
African district south of Elisa-
A press disDatch said a furious
battle raged in the streets of
Llisabethville when the first U.N.
armored patrol pushed into the
center of the city. The patrol
drew withering fire but was mak
ing a steady advance and it
seemed the fall ot the capital was
near, the dispatch added.
Earlier reports from the Unit
ed Nations indicated that the
fighting was lesa intense than in
the previous few days.
American officials here said un
less Gullion's pilot got definite
word that Tshombe was waiting
in his capital, the ambassador
would land at Ndola, in neighbor
ing Northern Rhodesia, and hope
to meet the separatist Katanga
leaaer mere.
A delayed report from Associat
ed Press correspondent Dennis
Necld said Tshombe held a newt
conference at his residence while
a battle raged at the bottom of
his garden between U.N. and Ka-
tangan troops.
Nehru Spurns U. N. Appeal
For Negotiations; Goans
Claim Heavy Indian Losses
BOMBAY, India (AP) India today claimed capture
of two Portuguese enclaves Damao nnd Diu and trains on
all Rectors in a lifrhtninc; campaign against Goa. the third
and largest of Portugal's possessions on the gtilieontinent.
Portugal asked for an urgent meeting of the U.N. Secur
ity Council and a denunciation of India "for an unprovoked
military aggression."
Spurning a U.N. appeal for negotiations. Prime Minis
ter Nehru sent troops, tanks, warships and bombers of this
second most populous of the world's nations against the
tiny territories under Portugal's flag since the 16 the century.
The Indian government announced in New Delhi that
Damao and Diu, north of Bombay, were "liberated" in this
first day of what Nehru termed a police action.
Appeal Set
Adolf Eichmann'i attorneys Sun
day filed notice of appeal against
Uie death sentence given the for
mer Gestapo official.
the Israeli Supreme court is
expected to start hearings in Jan
uary on the appeal.
Eichmann's attorneys, Robert
Servatius and Dieter Wecnien
bruch, are expected to challenge
the conviction with the claims that
their client was unlawfully re
turned to Israel, that Israel had
no right to try Eichmann for
crimes committed before Israel
was a state and that the death
sentence was not justified.
Eichmann is being held in the
prison at Ramleh, 10 miles east
of Tel Aviv. He hat no contact
with any other prisoner and is
shackled and handcuffed when he
walks in the prison yard.
Officials at the prison said they
were constantly on guard to pre
vent an attempt on Eichmann's
life by other prisoners.
Federal Officials
Halt Counterfeiters
A spokesman for Nehru's re
gime, leader of the Asian-African
neutralist bloc, announced the
Indian navy put a Portuguese
warship out of action in a sea
battle off Goa, 200 miles south of
Portugal, a charter member of
the North Atlantic Treaty Organi
zation, said it had only one war
ship in the area, the 30-year-old
sloop Alfonso de Albuquerque.
The National Information Secre
tariat in Lisbon denied India's
claim to occupation of Diu and Da
mao. It said the defenders were
using a scorched earth policy in
all three enclaves, plus minefields
to hinder Indian advances. A Goan
radio broadcast said the Indians
suffered heavy losses in battles
near two towns, Sanquilem and
The Portuguese, who had
agreed to negotiations, said their
forces were outnumbered more
than 2-1, but were putting up gal
lant resistance in Goa. Men from
the Diu and Damao garrison!
were reported to have been with
drawn to strengthen the defenses
of Goa, a territory of 1.537 square
mues and a population of 600,000.
Attack On Schedule
By Indian account, the three-
pronged strike into Goa with
tanks helping to batter Uie way
was going according to schedule. '
several towns were reoorted
seized. Authoritative reports from
ueigaum, near the Goa frontier,
said the invaders were within a
few miles of Nova Goa, the
main battleground, it
Arabian Sea at about the
range and program planning were
being initiated in the district and
heavy timber cutting by private
companies created difficult access
problems," Getty explained. The
district was going through an or
ganizational change. . .and was
under heavy demand to sell the
full allowable cut of timber and
there was public awakening of the
potential values the area had for
recreation. homes;'.et and fishing
Getty said Heaney "met the chal
lenge of these pressures" by mak
ing "accurate and complete anal
yses and evaluation of the prob
lems ' which resulted in notable
Arrasmith was cited for his work
with the Roseburg District from
April 1, 1960, to March 31, 1961.
Getty said during the summer of
1960 Arrasmith "did a particularly
outstanding lob. . .in accomplish
ing assignment and filling in for
foresters detailed to other duties.
The former staff member's plan
mng and organizational achieve
ments were cited in particular.
utet the flames had enveloped the
mammoth tent and seared the
ropes. The blazing mass fell on
the spectators.
Some were trapped in their
seals. Others could not get near
the exits. Some were trampled to
Fear-crazed women and chil
dren rushed for the exits, fell atop
each other and caught fire.
I ve seen some horrible things,
but I never thought I would ever
see anything so horrible," said a
Trucks transferred the bodies to
the city morgue. When it was
filled, they were taken to the
city's soccer stadium. Hundreds
of persons searching for missing
relatives added to the contusion.
Treatment of the hundreds of
injured was hampered by short
ages of medicine, blood plasma,
swing and we both jumped into
the net and escaped.
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (AP) Federal!
, , , ... .... I auuivt I.HI Ul . .JU .11 ICUVlh UIC) I
meet with Adoula but that his ,..i latitude of Guatemala. Indian air
soldiers were determined to con-U37 000 m 'very deceptive" boiual'orce Planes bombed Nova Goa l
United Nations. Th 1,I,iArfii.r. t..j nounced. He said the runway and
Gullion decided on his sudden ,k, nn in nh. tr. tin .j'one radio station, were out out of
A Goa, the
. on the Aral
,j latitude of
.u r . unay 20 bills, authoriUe. laid. wun aouu,. .noruy aiier Glrr stiii ..d of c.
Louis office of the Secret Service,
Rusk Calls Up
Indian Envoy
Morgan's nephew. David Mor-1 South Viet Nam government re-lary of State Dean Rusk today
gan. was killed in the explosion, j ported neavy iiKiuinis rin-n
which occurred when the Sunday government and Viet Cong units
school superintendent, John Size-1 over the weekend in several prov
more, tried to light a heater.
Supreme Court Refuses Stay
In Action Against 'Riders'
WASHINGTON (AP) The( The court's action was announc
Supreme Court unanimously re-icd m an order which said that
fused today to order a stay of tne persons asking that the
proceedincs against "Freedom Jackson proceedings be staved
Riders" arrested in Jackson, Miss. were lpparcntlv not those being
1 ne coun acini on . rcnu"U "1 prosecuted in Mississippi courts.
the National Association for the I . . . . ... , .
........n, f riri Pnni Todays action by the high tn-
' ,j ji... bunal came one week after it
down "breach of the
called India's Ambassador B. K
Nehru to the State Department for
a discussion of the situation in Goa.
The secretary also was to see
Portugese Ambassador Pedro
Theotnnio Pereira later in the
day. The ambassador asked for
the appointment.
Officials have made clear the
I'mted States strongly disapproves
of the Indian move to force a
settlement of its long standing ef
fort to gain sovereignty over the
three Portugese enclaves on the
west coast of India.
Glide Girl Injured
In Wreck Saturday
Donna Weaver, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Mert Weaver of Idleyld
Rt., suffered minor injuries in a
one-car accident Saturday at 1
p.m. on the North L'mpqua High
way near The Narrows Tavern.
Miss Weaver, a junior at Glide
High School, was a passenger in a
foreign-make car. driven by Frank
Watkms. son of Mr. and Mrs. fe
ed Watkins of Toketee Falls. He
is a senior at Glide High. The car
went off the road while rounding
a curve and hit a rock hill and
turned over twice.
Mrs. Weaver accompanied her
daughter in Walt's Ambulance ofementary.
Roseburg to Mercy Horpital. The
I girl was treated for shock and
bruises and was released Sunday
afternoon. This is the second acci
dent in which she has suffered in
juries in the past three months
according to Glide Correspondent
All Douglas
Schools Open
The ol' "flu" bug is busily hop
scotching across the county hit
ting some schools hard and teas
ing with others, a quick survey to
day revealed.
Schools which had closed their
doors Thursday were open today
but still had a large number of
students ill. The Yoncalla School
District, which closed its three
schools last week, reported 147 of
its 470 enrollment absent.
The Yoncalla Grade School was
missing 30 per cent of its pupils
compared to 15 per cent of the
high school students. Christmas
programs slated at the Scotts Val
ley and Yoncalla Grade Schools
have been rescheduled for afternoons.
Originally the Scotta Valley pro
gram was to be Tuesday night but
will now be from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m.
Tuesday. The Yoncalla program
has been moved from Thursday
evening to 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. that
Glide School District, according
to Mrs. Arthur Selby, is presently
under the thumb of the "flu" bug.
Of the 894 students enrolled In all
schools, 261 are absent.
District Supt. Donald Fluke, said
another count of absentees will
be taken Tuesday morning, and it
the situation does not improve, the
schools will have to close. Schools
in the district are the Glide High
School. Elementary, and Lpper hi
Deer Creek and Jo
Fire Hits Compressor
Fire broke out in the hose and
the premier's return from a trip
10 juvu province.
Adoula reportedly agreed to
meet Tshombe but Congolese gov
ernment officials here clearly
were in no mood for talks except
on their own terms bringing
Katanga back under the wing of
uie Leopoiavuie regime.
American officials emphasised
that Gullion had no intention of
offering Tshombe a cease-fire in
his embattled secessionist prov
ince as a condition for talks with
But the ambassador wai em
powered with U.N. approval
to guarantee Tshombe and his
party safe passage and protection
from arrest should he agree to
come to a meeting with Adoula.
Kitona, the U.N. military base
along the Congo's Atlantic coast.
was mentioned as a likely site.
Tshombe reportedly has indi
cated in informal contacts with
U.S. diplomats in the past few
days that he would agree to this
Gullion's mission was limited to
setting up the meeting between
the two Congo leaders not to
mediating their talks. Kennedy
stepped in the Congo crisis di
rectly after Tshombe appealed to
him to intervene to bring a cease
fire in the fighting between U.N.
and Katanga forces.
identified the counterfeiters as
Paul Eugene Kesterson. 43, and
Joseph Ziglin, 51
Secret Service agents arrested
Kesterson Friday night in Clayton
near a title company where he
worked and where he printed the
bins, stfgall said.
Agents found 12.000 in com
pleted bills in the shop and two
of the photo plates which Kester
son, a printer, said ha used in
making the last batch of bills.
Ziglin was arrested at a filling i
station he operated in St. Louis,
where S35.000 in counterfeit bills
was seized.
Marquette Hears
Sentence Today
PORTLAND (AP) Richard L.
Marquette, 27, convicted last week
of the dismemberment slaying of
a Portland housewife, was sched
uled to hear his sentence today.
A circuit court jury returned a
verdict of first degree murder and
recommended with life imprisonment.
Sentencing will be by Judge
Alan F. Davis, who presided in
the 2'i week-old trial of Marquet
te for the murder of Mrs. Joan
Rae Caudle, 24, last June.
Four Die In Weekend Blow;
New Storm Heads For Coast
ketee falls schools.
Roseburg School District this
morning had 961 absentees from
schools not including the High
school. Friday the total was 1,0W
for the district. Distnct Supt. M.
C. Deller. said the total today
Mrs. Arthur Selhy. She was on would be near that of Friday.
crutches until recently. Canyonville schools have a total
Watkins was not injured. The of 111 absent from the enrollment
A new blow headed toward tiie
Oregon coast today but it ap
peared to be far below the
strength of the storm that raked
Western Oregon Saturday night.
India adopted bombing tactics
because of the impossibility of en
tering the capital's harbor, which
had been heavily mined by the
Portuguese, he said.
Otherwise Indian troops had
gone between eight and 10 miles
inside the border in a wide arc.
the spokesman said.
U.N. Calls Meeting
On Indian Attack
The U.N. Security Council was
summoned for an urgent meeting
this afternoon to deal with the
Indian attack on Portuguese Goa.
The meeting was set for 3 p.m.
EST after a request had been re
ceived from the Portuguese dele
gation for quick action.
India was expected to coma
under sharp ciriticism for the
military action which began Sun
day. The invasion of Goa, Damao
and Diu came afte" U.N. acting
Secretary General U Thant failed
to get Indian Prime Minister
Nehru to negotiate with Portu
guese Premier Antonio Salazar
over the enclaves.
The United Nations released
Thant's messages to Nehru and
Salazar about an hour before the
invasion news came and their re
plies to him a few hours after
ward. He sent both men Identical
cables Thursday appealing to
them to see that the aituatmo on
the borders of the three endives
on the west coast of India did not
Salem hardest hit with 300.
North of Monmouth a tree was
felled by the Saturday night wind deteriorate into a threat to peace
and it slammed down on a car. "I would urge immediate nego-
killing Glenna Gail Sharp, 20, of
Independence, and fatally injured
Blizzards that piled up snow In i her stepfather, Lloyd Ghorlcy, 43.
oil tank t1 a nnrlahl air enm.l .
convictions of 16 Negro ,,. h,,nu it the Matlock firemen S I Uie rflrTV
.. i k ... 1. . ..Art.. ,4..1-...
Willi" f"""' .I... .. ui..., .
in trials and burdens inflicted on
the arrested persons "ny virtue
desecresate lunch counters in Ba
ion ou, uij.aoa. 'brought the fire under control and
mat decision last Monday did i ,.. ,hi, t rnnfine it to the air
car was a "total." ana was lowea
to Roseburg by Walt s Towing.
of the vexations multiple prose-i" '".liaraKe at suinernn saiuraay,
rution program.
The Sutherlin Fire Department
Interrupted By Blaze
of 376 or 28 per cent. District Supt.
Norman York said he does not
contemplate shutting down the
schools on the advice of the Coun
ty Health Department.
Other schools with large num
mountain passes Sunday and
closed highways in scattered
areas of Eastern Oregon eased off
today. All main roads were open.
The fresh storm was expected
to hit the Oregon coast late this
afternoon with wind velocities up
to 40 miles an hour. By the time
the storm moves east of the Coast
Range, velocities are expected to
be at a top of about 30.
This is in sharp contrast with
the Saturday night blow that took
roofs from buildings in a few
places, felled many trees, demol
Susan Gaines, 7, another step.
daughter, was injured and re
mained in critical condition in a
Salem hospital today.
West of Lorvallis a ear driven
by Francis Fish, 48, Philomath,
went into a ditch after hitting a
softened highway shoulder. Fish's
wife, Gwen, and her brother.
Roger (3, Johnson. 46, both of
Philomath, were killed.
After the Saturday night storm,
snow began piling up in the moun
tains, and in some other areas
east of the Cascades. Sunday a
bers of absentees last week have ished a house at Warrenton near blizzard hit between Pendleton
shown decreases. Most schools not
The Weather
Roseburz City Firemen were ; mentioned are exoenencing little
decide broad constitutional compressor. The blare was in the having a Christmas party Satur- increase in absenteeism.
questions raised in the cases. It ,,rll!e pudding and strongly threat-1 day night, so everyone was on
the mouth of the Columbia River and Pilot Rock, then a Chinook
and sent mountainous seas up on wind came C-s Pendleton and
the beaches. melted virtually ill tlx snow.
A falling tree claimed two lives But in the Trt" of the Blue
and injured a child. The storm led Mountains, ner
indirectly to another accident in 'line north of
which two persona died as a ear
hit a ram softened highway shoul-
as based on the comparatively I ...j ,h.p rf.mao. the 'firemen hand when a call came in to the; ,,. f.AwmA Bw Mail
Cleudy with rain tonight. Partial narrow ground that th-?re was no reported department about 10 p m. r
clearing with showers. Tuesday, evidence the defendants breached I J Sirens blew and fire equiDment KANSAS CITY. Kan. (AP)
Not much ttmpe-erure ehanae. the peace. " was sent out promptly to H.'i2 NE Claude P. Edwardr. lupenntend-
u:i . , . i ... it a? TnAw-m m.r,i.,i in th. i e b l:.a.J 'Jarkson St . where the owner of m.ii. i irnm llli-'der.
Lowest temp.' last 24 hours 1 . 40' Jackson proceedings does not, ' the vacant house. LeRny B. I ln0i, sn order for 110 j0 worth of I Some 40 skiers were snowed in
u.-t . -. ... rw iui M n.,.,nlt. mi ih. t ...,.. ,n ....r.n. ,r Hlru of 4718 NE Stephens m as .tamn. I at Timberline Lodge on Mt. Hood.
Ltwttt temp, any Dec. (41) ... 1 Court mi:ht not act on the cases normal fur the next five days ac-iaking some repairs. I The order came from I woman;They got out as plows opened the lit lost an
Precio. last 24 heurs . . .30 later, alter the stale courts act. , rnrdin to the Weather Bureau sta- He was using s en lantern, who formerly worked in Kansas road today to oovemmeni tamp
snow closed
The Liber'
into Portlan
after it hai
of troubles
I of the wis
Precip. frem Dec. 1
Prtcip. frem Sept. 1
Eicesa frem Sept. 1 .
Sunset tonight, 4:40 p.m.
Sunrise temerrew, 7:41 a.m.
7.64 Th. inr.m. r rf. rHr in. t.nn i ihe HosehurB airoort. Max-'whuh needed a refill. In the pro City and whose husband is serv- Power and telephone lines laien
"' day commented that "a federal . imums will be 40 to SO and mini-lre,. some gasoline ignited in the I ing at an Army post in Illinois. ' in scattered areas ''"'
iniunctmn to stay state riminal mums 3) to 40. Precipitation is ex- kitchen. The fire was confined to - wouldn't spend a cent in this, Pac ifie . N""" ' B" ,.f''"
proceedings is an extraordinary pected to he neavy wun irequent mat area Damage was esumaieu ,nnmrsaaen place, ine wuui - -- --r - rainT Periods. 'at aooul iioo. 'wroie.
After being .
ise, drifting
lomar came
Sunday mt:ht
ered a series
i storm. First
ider the force
it lower river.
. upstream, it grt
under way but had no pilot and
went aground. It waa pulled free
and earns to Portland with no sp
in the ststa were affected, with, parent damage,
tiations with a view to achieving
an early solution of the problem,
Thant said.
Salazar accepted the suggestion
for negotiations. Nehru's rejection
said India had consistently lived
up to the United Nations charter,
but Portugal had "consistently Ig
nored United Nations resolutions
Ecumenical Meet Due
opening date of the Roman Catho
lic Church s forthcoming ecumeni
cal council, the firat in nearly 100
years will be announced on
Christmas Day.
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