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Evening Telegram (Newspaper) - November 25, 1954, Rocky Mount, North Carolina PHONES Dial 6-5X61: Dial 6-5162: Dial 6-5163: Dial 6-5164: Display Advertising Dial 6-4068: Classified EVENING and continued cold and FOURTH THREE N. Ci THURSDAY NOVEMBER 25, 1954 5cSUNDAY 15cWEEKLY 35c Is Day Finds A Man With A Renew Traditions As They Lay Worries LEWIS GULICK says the controversial k of sending white and to the same public schools should be carried out under local federal court by a general Supreme Court ' Gen. Brownell proposed this to the Supreme And in so doing he seemed in with President ' Eisenhower and with the parties directly involved in the historic case on public school brief was filed as part of the proceedings stemming from the high tribunal's May 17 decision that public school segregation is The court withheld a final order at the asking instead for argument on how school desegregation should be carried The date for hearing these arguments has been put off at least until next told a news that he understands the high court is to find some sort of decentralized and that he believes weight will be given to the emotional and practical problems that federal district courts handle the job were offered in briefs filed Nov. 15 by Delaware the School Board of Clarendon S. and attorneys for Negro parents who are principals in the original emphasized local control idea in asking that the dis courts be assigned the task although his recommendations on other matters In some re from the other Directly Involved in the case are South Kansas and the District of Kansas and the District Columbia already have told the 001114;' their public school Integration are well 60 a on how to m out integration - Is expected ply only to the other three the May 17 decision outlawed segregation throughout the paving the way for possible suits in any other state to bring about ac tion in line with the Court number of Southern states made arrangements avowed ly aimed at getting the May 17 In one of these State Atty. Gen. Eugene Cook commented after hearing of Brownell's is Immaterial to the people of Georgia what method they use to enforce the decision because the people of Georgia still de termined to circumvent the lat all said authorities and lower courts are In the best position to carry out integration is clear that no single formula or blueprint is readily susceptible of application to all emphasized however that he believes the Supreme Court should keep in the matter the purpose of making such further if as may become The attorney general proposed these steps among Court decree racial segregation m public schools is unconstitutional that all laws requiring permitting segregation are A return of the cases the four states and the District Columbia to the lower courts whence they for further action in line with the supreme Court's Page 10^' Chief Executive Recalls Pilgrim To Free Captives Sought By U. Measures to prison by Red little Ralph Eason learned where drum sticks come from he went in. search of one for his dinner plate And out on the farm of his Will Wi of Rocky Rt. 4, Ralph found it. But the question here is just how to get at because its source is just a bit nearly as in OS Ralph But he has managed to creep to within range of the big bird ond is about to unleash his deadly blow Photo by Weather THE ASSOCIATED weather was the outlook on Thanksgiving Day for most of the northeastern section of the fair to partly skies prevailed in most other areas although there was some rain iog in. sections of the Pacific coast More rain and snow fell in north eastern extending front east of the Mississippi and north Ohio The rain areas included the lower Michigan Peninsula and parts of southern New Strong winds blew in parts of the wet rain western Washington and in the of See WEATHER Page Of Senators Swinging In Favor Of Censure of war were being carefully weighed today by American officials charged with trying to win freedom for 13 Americans Franklin County Sheriff C. Willis Ferry said he had little to go on as continued his investigation today of the robbery a high stakes poller cheriff said a masked bandit held up seven men at an isolated cabin four miles of here Tuesday night and fled with a gunny sack containing their money and their have very little to go on the matter has not been officially said the of the witnesses are yet willing to of the bandit's loot ranged from to military action apparently ruled Eisenhower yesterday pledged every step possible within State Department officials had three principal avenues open to protest in terms as they already have set out to to Red China's representative at bring pressure on Communist as they have in the through British and other Allied representatives at or perhaps even through the go to the United as they did with protests against atrocities in and the shooting down of an American with demands for a resolution of Page THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Americans the world around time off today from worries the taxes and the cost of living to give thanks for the many blessings they do the weather over much of. the nation left much to be the day promised to be one of the most joyful in the annual observance of this uniquely holiday of prayer and the world's shooting wars stilled by ah the nation coula ecno with deep-felt Eisenhower's are grateful that our beloved country remains free and and that each of us can worship God in bur own economists did their bit to spread calculating that the traditional dinner would be than last yeari generally were 4 to li a pound last year's the weatherman w a s He flurries for most of the section of the New knd coastal sections of New cloudy was word all to the with third of the expected to generally fali Eisenhower were for the of other they had a guest to help their Field Marshal Viscount the President's World War II comrade in arms and now deputy of Allied forces in presidential the gift of the National Turkey weighed 43 Army furnished turkey dinners to its men in foreign President Richard M. vacationing in the Bahama Islands with his was host Thanksgiving dinner for 35 guests at the Nassau home of U. S. Consul usual in thousands of sports fans were rushing from the loaded dinner table to football stadiums throughout the country to watch one of the traditional Thanksgiving Day Among RALEIGH A Craven county the top Cornell vs Reeves convicted of Colgate vs manslaughter was granted a THANKSGIVING Page IDA trial yesterday by the State Supreme The high court said a Superior Court no aur to to a Jury what its convicted in Craven last April in the highway of Doris 11, near Vanceboro 27. Judge Clawson Pa. - a a member of the Church at his libel suit saying he H A by ' a couple got all worked LEWIS GULICK WASHINGTON Americans gathering around the Thanksgiving going to church or murmuring a special prayer of gratefulness today will be following one of the nation's President Eisenhower noted in his proclamation for it was the Pilgrim fathers who started the custom of one day at harvest time to rendering to Almighty God for the bounties of the soil and for his mercies throughout the schoolboy has heard that the Pilgrims fought disease and hunger their first year in the new Then in the autumn of 1621, their first harvest in. they celebrated with the first Thanksgiving the then even during when it not seem much to be thankful Continental Congress ally named days of Thanksgiving during the perilous years of War for W a s h 1 n g t o n claimed Day in 1789; at request that the pie have a chance to grateful hearts the many signal favors of Almighty GMi especially by affording them opportunity peaceably to a form of government for safety and Lincoln saw reason to be grateful in the autumn of 1869 even as his proclamation put the nation was of a civil war of and listed he ' See Page Plans THE the North toddy for expressed at Thanksgiving church Others lu was a day of rest for mdst and county offices were closed along with ' post banks and most business It anything holiday for tile state Highway which had Its 530-man force on duty In a special accident prevention The entire patrol force was put on 'round the clock duty from through patrol's equipment also in James Brings Pause Today n Cleveland's Sheppard Being RICHARD H. prosecution paused for the Thanksgiving holiday today in its effort to send Dr. Samuel H. Sheppard to the electric chair on a. charge of murdering his wife in her bed last July 4. 13 full trial days the state has paraded its witnesses to the of the small courtroom where the handsome osteopath listens Intently and sometimes takes notes while the case against him la trial concludes Its sixth week but the first two and a half weeks were occupied with selection of the prosecution has been to do two Discredit as Invention the defendant's story that a bushy haired prowler Invaded his charged that all the publicity about secured his exclusion from the See Page JOHN offices of several senators said today that in the last week the mail they received in favor of has shown a marked shift has said an aide of Sen. chel who has not committed himself on the censure Until about a week the aide the bulk of mall was Several other senators of varying opinions on the censure issue were likewise reported mail opposed to McCarthy's although in some instances the over-all ratio was listed as still in. McCarthy's favor or evenly the other hand an aide to Sen. Jenner said the senator's mail was 100 to 1 against censure and had shown no change Jenner is a McCarthy supporter The Senate's debate on the proposed censure of unanimously recommended by a special committee of three three began Nov. 8 but was recessed a week See MCCARTHY Page Left For Fe Chief Cars Derailed In Four Are Ask For Resignation Of Prime Minister TOKYO newspaper today said administration Liberal party leaders had voted that Shigeru Yoshida should resign as Prime Minister and president of the newspaper said the decision of party leaders would force Under Japanese this would bring about the automatic dissolution of his who met at request to discuss the current political also voted that Prime Minister Ogata be named president of the That him the candidate for Prime Minister in forming a new Liberal move boosted the chances Ichiro to become Prime Minister as the compromise candidate of the conservative founder of the Liberal broke with Yoshida last week and led 124 conservative lower House members into the Japan Democratic See JAPAN Page THE ASSOCIATED PRESS All tobacco markets in Virginia and North Carolina were Workers get the full advantage of a long holiday the markets Remaining closed until average prices yesterday the Market News Service up to per 100 pounds were reported on the Carolina Old Belt with some grades Tuas day's gross sales were 5..516,240 pounds for an average of down Virginia markets sold 3,074,750 on North Carolina markets sold 2,441,490 pounds for an average of was light and prices firm on North Carolina's Middle Tuesday's sales grossed 1,-$48.32.. North Carolina markets down the low Only Rocky Mount and Wilson will resume sales on tlie Eastern North Carolina Belt The six markets operating y sold 2^441,490 pounds for an average of cars of the Santa Fe en route fiam Los Angeles to were derailed lait night near Cadiz in the Molave officials said four passengers were suffering minor The wrecked convicted of perjury after denying he gave government secrets the died in penitentiary hbs Pital of a skull fracture Frison officials his head was battered slept Monday An emergency failed to save his The train left Los Angeles atl Two other convicts Identified 4 p.m. yesterday and was due in as George Junior Mc 34 Chicago at 9:45 a.m. and Robert Carl The eve 21. D.C. cause of was were charged with murder In con cars off the with Remington's death tracks at a scene five Both men are serving time on auto miles from the nearest highway theft and 62 miles west of Eighteen The probe of the attack on passengers arrived here None of the cars The feet of were as authorities three cars and the engine re- torn temporarily blocking the at prepared for the Fe main Saturday of Alger of were not See REMINGTON Page lOA immediately passengers about the station excited but showing See on the tracks and brought the passengers railroad made up a new train to the passengers on eastward and said they could continue their journey about 4% son Confession In of Victor Lively's repudiated confessions was In the record today as his trial for first degree murder in the dresser drawer killing of Dorothy Poore recessed for the Thanksgiving trial will be resumed The seeking the death is expected to move then for admittance of a second statement admitting the killing of 18-year-old high school ' The 25-year-old' on the stand yesterday during a three-hour fight by his counsel to block admittance of a statement he gave to officers at the time of his The jury was during this e 1 y's Ferdinand contended that Lively was under at the time he gave the statement in admitted no Tex. Doctors stood by for emergency surgery If ambulance and security sirens sped to the runway at Carswell Air Force to meet a civilian allowed to land because it was feared a man's life was at stake Airman 3C Weston E. Nel was lowered to a litter violently ill and almost Medics made quick check and came up with the Air restored with a couple of caught a on to was he said Capt. Robert Newbold the sheriff's office at Clay for with the See lOA 1 Motorists oau wti be in last giving Gov. and Mrs. Hodges had dinner at ' marked the opening of season on wild key and Hundreds hunters took to fields See TAR HEELS Page lOA rained 27 the pretty pregnant knocked - him twice when he help then rifled jaa desks downstairs in a searcht for i money or narcotics and fled i ing the murder with Build up as motive crime quarrels between a 30, his wife 3lT-quarrels by his attentions to other particularly to auburn haired Susan home is in a ' adjacent to Miss 24-year-old laboratory who got to know well during their work Bay View lis to be a witness for the Page lOA - S. Offer Of Aid Loosening Hoarded Supplies in HAROLD K. Pakistan government shakeup and the combination of economic problems following i lapse of Pakistan's 105 million dollars In United markets had sent prices to economic aid have combined to loosen hoarded supplies In many sections of these including steel and cotton have started to flow back into the markets in view of promised American help to replenish depleted does not mean that Pakistanis economic crisis has been But one of the biggest factors fear of the immediate future has been of the most pronounced developments has been a sharp drop in the cost of native yarns following government levels and slashed buying power of this young 76 million came * buy up available supplies ' store them for future the U.S. assistance gram. Pakistan economic help year larger Thei futti will be used in part to mixing with Pakistan and nonferrous and machinery up value of about 40 million Then 35 millions will be PAKISTAN Page Ballot The State Board of Elections has turned over the 9th District absentee ballot applications to J. Holshouser of Republican member of the executive secretary of the yesterday the applications are from all counties in the district except The Caldwell applications presumably are in with other records of the Nov. election in the 9th. will be in charge of the applications while they are being examined by a house campaign investigating committee looking into Republican complaints of misuse of absentee 9th. The committee will hearings the charges H. agent had said the may be subpoenaed to duce the absentee Board Chairman Hampton Price said Tuesday Still could see the without a are in the possession of an of the telephoned Statesville that this is all right with in the district See BALLOTS Page
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