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Monroe Morning World (Newspaper) - March 1, 1953, Monroe, Louisiana Morning Morning World to of Northeast Louisiana readers the latest Including general news and sports news Ing In no other morning newspaper circulated in this Read World for your morning news of the Twin Northeast the nation and the nnd mUd Sunday and widely scattered showers and thundershowers Sunday nnd Monday and in north and west portions d 3y* cloudiness with moderate temperatures and scattered showers and thundershowers Sunday and 67, minimum 49. 24.--NO. 125 And United MARCH 1, 1953 TEN Will Be Host For Mason Louisiana Convocation Opens March 15 will be host to the Grand Royal Arch Masons of Louisiana and the Grand Royal and Select Masters of Louisiana in their annual convocations here March 15 through 17. Headquarters for the annual state affair will be the Virginia the 106th convocation of the grand will be presided over by O. of who is Grand High Grand Chapter of Is a part of the General Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons with jurisdiction over most of the Royal Arch Chapters on the North American has more Masons numbered in its membership than any other Masonic in the In addition to the members and officers of the Grand Chapter and Grand Council of the Monroe meetings will be attended by several officers of the General Grand Chapter and the General Grand of first Grand the office that corresponds In the U. S. to Grand High has made reservations and plans to be In Monroe throughout the as will many Grand Chapter and Grand Council officers from neighboring full schedule has been arranged making provision for each of the ceremonies and other activities that characterize the annual York convocations as March 15, 2 p. m. the of the York Cross of Honor will confer its order at the I At S p. m. the f Order of the Silver Trowel will be conferred at the temple at 7:M p. m. with the Divine and Memorial services at the m s. Seeking Middle East Feb. 28 United acclaimed the development of a strong new defease Red aggression in one tor of the Middle East But la another troubled officials found cause for grave were the conflicting reactions to developments in the strategic region the United States and its allies have vital oil operations and through which many key communication routes State Department hailed as a contribution to free defense against the signing of a defense pact by Greece and Turkey with Communist but This closes a gap in the defense system lying between Southern the satellite Balkans and the region of the Eastern ranean in the Middle demonstrations in Tehran by rival supporters of the Shah of Iran and Premier were watched closely by officials here for any evidence that they might lead to a political Any upsurge of Communist political power here would threaten the security of the whole since the North Atlantic Treaty was developed and formation of the Western defense system was strategists here have been inclined to look upon the problems of Europe and the Middle East as essentially new pact means that Yugoslavia and now can plan a common It does close the gap between Yugoslavia and Italy a division caused not only by years of distrust and by the postwar quarrel over Trieste but also by deep differences or attitude toward the Roman Catholic American officials have been fearful for a long time of an political crisis which the feeds might exploit to eventually f deliver Iran into Soviet r WE ARE we are open from 10 o. until 12 noon to take wont ads for the 5161 wont od 0 wont ad in the help our low 7-time rote with Tells Free China To March 1 Chiang Kai - shek called on Formosa and the rest of free Saturday to mobilize all its manpower and resources and speed united efforts for recovery of the Chinese Communist mainland in the near his first message since President lifted the ban on operations by Nationalist military forces against the Chiang moment of our counterattack Is drawing nearer and of millions of our compatriots are suffering from oppression at the hands of Russian puppets and are eagerly looking to us to deliver them at an early veteran Nationalist leader Issued a 7,000 word statement on the eve of the third anniversary of his reassumption of the presidency of the Republic of recalled that when he resumed office the entire mainland was the nation was shaken to its foundation and there was danger on all He said that had been overcome in the following urged redoubled efforts to reduce expenses and Increase production this time when feverish preparations are being made for counterattacking the observers did not interpret this to mean that a counterattack against the China mainland was or even to occur at all In 1953. Military authorities felt that until Chiang is assured adequate naval and air his chances of a successful drive against the mainland were severely said the two main points of the political program for 1953 would be In fulfilling the to the farm reform program and starting a four-year plan of Industrial and agricultural aimed at making Formosa Delhi Livestock Show Opens Feb. A parade by dorens of bands from schools throughout Northeast will formally open the 13th annual Northeast show here Monday and show officials Saturday were predicting entries in both beef and dairy cattle exhibit space will house livestock entries from eight In the show will feature what officials term the largest poultry exhibit In the history of the stock the a variety of entertainment programs have been arranged for visitors who are expected to flock here from throughout north Tops among these Is the square dance series which will held Tuesday and Wednesday beginning at 7 from Texas and Arkansas will compete for the premium list offered In the Okays Expansion Of LSU Vote 8 To 5 In Favor In Long Feb. 2 The Louisiana State University Board of Supervisors voted 8-5 today to the football stadium after a six - hour that suddenly exploded with an exchange of harsh were hints of law suits and an unsuccessful attempt to have the athletic department action was taken in an atmosphere that several board members described as most controversial Issue to face this university since the days of the Louisiana stadium expansion project had provoked a storm of public controversy throughout the state in recent nearly four and a half board members listened quietly and earnestly to a series of speakers who argued the merits of accepting or postponing action on a bid to Increase the present stadium capacity to 65.0^ seats by enclosing the south end with 20,000 of the stadium project urged a new campus library as the greatest and most immediate They cited LSU President Troy H. Middleton as their He remained silent during the voting time the meeting suddenly burst open at the seams as Mrs. Margaret a Baton Rouge board called for a to investigation of the LSU athletic a few member Tom Dutton of New Orleans threatened he might sue member Thomas of Monroe for contained In a letter circulated among board Dutton said might turn I this over to my i The board rejected the Investigation of the athletic department j by a 9-3 When the meeting and Dutton were still glaring at each other and Inquiring about the other's In the event Iranian Demonstrators Force Into Loyalists Drive Premier To U.S. OB Scheduled For Quiet weather man says March will tiptoe Into the Twin Cities today like a which according to the Wd adage means It's going to kick up a ruckus on the way weather Is seen by the forecaster for today with a possibility of showers mild weather saw the mercury climb to 67 degrees with a low of 49. cm Twelfth For the second time in its the Palace in Monroe is a birthday for Hs ers throughout North The occasion Is the golden of the department i marking the close of the first bO years of Its The event began yesterday with ceremonies in which Mayor John Coon cut the ribbon to throw open the store to the and It will continue through tomorrow and with the announcement of this unique anniversary event came the answer to the puzzling plus 25 equals 20 which has been published In the Monroe and Morning World for the past two solution is years plus 25 years equals a 20 per cent reduction of all Items In the except those fair according to Jack president and manager of the Palace has not made a policy pf conducting sales during its half-century of and the only other such event was staged by the store In 19!^ on the occasion of Its twenty - fifth Masur current celebration Is built around the theme of the for the patrons who have made possible the growth of the he To Begin In Monday R A N D E Mexican actress Rosaura held in El Paso without bail by U. S. Immigration authorities on charges of entering the country The Mexican Academy Award stars latest a 11 of the was branded new of by California a n Donald Self With Home Harry 38, state police sergeant stationed at Troop F shot i himself Saturday shortly after 5 p. m. at his 2.317 with his regulation M Smith-Wesson police J. T. Ouachita ish declared the state lice death as j French stated that no note was I Coroner French said that the gle blast of the gun was fired j through who went to work for the state police In 1940. had been on sick leave from the department i since Feb. After taking sick leave absence he entered St. Francis Sanitarium and was discharged Feb. 22 after physicians reported no visible Jeff Caldwell of the West Monroe police and the Ouachita Parish department stated that Sgt. McGee and his wife had returned home Baton Rouge between 4:45 and 5 p. m. canceling a proposed trip to New The couple had gotten as far as Baton Rouge when McGee declared that he to go home because be was so nervous he think he could complete the Caldwell after arriving home he undressed In his bedroom of the two-story home and asked his wife to make him some She was In the kitchen when she heard the single blast of the arriving In the room she found McGee lying on the the pistol on his stated that after Mrs. McGee left the room the sergeant left the bed and walked approximately 16 feet to the closet where he got his pistol from a stated that McGee had spent more than a week without being able to He had Fleet Will Brief Ike On War President Meet Wednesday With Top Feb. 28 President Eisenhower will get a first hand report on the Korean War at a Washington conference Tuesday with Gen. James A. Van just returned to the United States from command of the Eighth Army in President and Van Fleet will meet at tlie While House at 12:30 talk privately for a half then lunch at the mansion with Gen. George C. a group of Pentagon officials and congressional was Army chief of staff during World War II and he served during the Truman administration as secretary of state and later as secretary of press James C. announced plans for the Tuesday conference and luncheon as the President spent another day on the golf course at the Augusta National He plans to fly back to Washington tomorrow was awaiting the arrival here late today of Bobby golfing at whose cottage the President is has painted a portrait of Jones and arranged to it to the one-time grand slam champion of the Fleet meeting their first since early December the President made a trip to Korea in search of a way to end the stalemated ship travelers to the moon can stop worrying about that arrival telegram to the little woman hack R. Western solemnly announced Saturday that high altitude tests of the new facsimile that flashes messages in form at the push of a proved that the machine works perfectly at 40,-000 in other words about eight miles Dawson says It should work equally well at a 100-mile altitude where outer space begins and the air is so it is almost a complete and the well Its maximum distance from the earth you are Is only about 252.000 miles away If the wind Is with stratosphere facsimile lest required no rocket flight into wild blue What Western Union engineers did In their New York City 100 feet up on the ninth they sealed a stripped down facsimile machine inside a glass evacuation exhaust in a half sucked the air from inside the glass Finally a special meter registered 40,000 SEEING TWICE their triplets in identical Mrs. Arthur E. Bishop 19, and Mrs. Robert J. 26, compare notes on common problems during an airing of their offspring as they chanced to meet walking in Long Calif. The two both of whom are named live only three-quarters of a mile Stops Play On Feb. 28 clean-cut teacher quietly interrupted a murder play rehearsal to a friend he accused of forcing his wife to make Jack Killings 29. his story today to reporters and officers at a hearing in nearby man he killed last night was Richard 37, muscular vocational agriculture teacher at Sundown High said went when wife him the family friend had forced her to make love to high school Told Security Risks Hold High Feb. 2R r men rejected for posts with the Voice of America for security an amateur gunsmith who ' reasons now hold boasts he can bit a running coyote the U. S. high with grabbed a caliber to a witness said Session Of Parliament Called After Feb. 28 supporting the young Shah and powerful old Moslem religious leader crashed down the gates of Premier home today with a jeep and forced the aged Premier to flee to Mohammed who bears the title of peror of cancelled plans i to leave escape was made under covering gunfire of his residence Some Demonstrators were ' wounded but their driving the jeep through the garden gates as a battering entered the front door of the house as clad in fled from I the took refuge first in the adjoining offices of the U. government's Point Four program i and then in the usually Inviolate j Parliament rapid held an emergency Cabinet meeting during his j Parliament met in with present in Shah to all Iranians his determination to in his reached the sanctuary of it was reported late tonight he ordered bed and food broucht In. This usually an extended slay during political attack on his house considered * threat to Iranian public figures under traditionally can camp in Parliament until the situation Shah and in the past over the Shah's campaign for land rifle and went out to cet found him at the hich Joseph Senate subcommittee and where McChristial was operations heard the testimony a role in the faculty a murder mystery called the 13 members of the cast nationally televised James F. facilities manager for the said the men for the Friday night re- now chief of the wire-haired terrier with an Insatiable appetite for telephone plus the World War II addiction of U. S. Navy bluejackets for canine company aboard plus a sailor with evenings heavy on his gave the world famous on two comes to the comic to the pages of the Morning tomorrow fresh from eight years as a featured cartoon in one of largest as dog with a thousand ia the creation of George a of the wbo wai before the wistful little came out of his Ink was also the landlocked of his enlistment In the navy shortly after World War II Involved the United and his assignment as a specialist first class to duties in the public delations watched numerous photographs come through from the and in many of them there were and lot of the mascots were This set the to thinking of the terrier which btd been the private mascot m m Transferred To men were transferred from the Ouachita parish jail to the state penitentiary at Angola Saturday by E. L. chief Investigator for the sheriff and district attorney parish Sheriff Bailey Grant identified the men as George Henry 19, and Dave Lee was sentenced to three years after pleading guilty to a charge of burglary of in Ice cream from the school on the night of Feb. 13, He arrested the night of Feb. 16. was found guilty of aggravated burglary and 3J year on On Homesteads Is Not apprehension on the j part of Ouachita parish property owners has been aroused by the I recent publication of a statement of I Governor Robert F. Kennon to the j effect that he favors abandoning of the property tax by the state and leaving collection to the local I parish Tax Assessor Bert Coverdale has been contacted to determine if this means the elimination of homestead exemptions to home owners and has called attention to the following press his press the governor made clear he was not suggesting elimination of homestead Coverdale stated emphatically that Governor statement In no way with the present homestead exemption allowance to bona-fide Coverdale further urged everyone entitled to the exemptions to come by his office and sign the application as soon as again reminds that the for signing these is May said he called to want to see it went like according to walked outside with Killingsworth told him the reason for the talk and wanted to know why you do a thing like They were standing beside Killings slumped Into the front seat and into the car and took his rifle from the for do McChristial branch in and Theodore who was chief of the press section in said his own office had to work with the and that his department in a radio plant in Munich during the past four two Voice testified that the Slate ' ordered suspension of munist broadcasts to Israel last December just two weeks after the Prague anti-Semitic witness were Gerald chief of the Near Kast and and his Sidney chief of the Hebrew was a well struck blow emptied the 11 the Communist he lets in the magazine into Dooher said the order came on Dec. 9 from Reed returned to the acting administrator of the He told national Information principal Claude Tucker he in the absence of had shot his Dr. Wilson M. Spade KOd With One Feb. 28 Ida her husband Howard Duff and a restaurant owner engaged in a fracas on the Sunset Strip early yesterday the principals told reporters restaurant Jack said after an argument with Miss came up to him and threatened knocked him said she grabbed a glass of water and threw it over trying to revive He got up again and started at me. 1 knocked him down a second That made Ida She got another glass of threw it figured it was time to Admitting a between her husband and the restaurant Miss Lupino even sitting with my husband when it 1 had walked to the opposite end of the bar to speak to a friend who came in. I looked around and saw this heard later U was Mr. my Howard lost his asked a lady behind the bar to get a glass of I didn't want any more I sprinkled the water over my cannot understand why Mr. Buchtel says there was an between my husband and Duff declined Dinner For Crippled Is Set For campaign kick-off dinner for the Ouachita Parish Society for Crippled Children and will be held at the Hold Monday at which time will be for the annual of the has actual di ivp will be Kill on March 5 the seals will he sent to persons in Money obtained from the sale of the seals will he used for the caring of 300 to 400 crippled children and adults in The money is kept on hand and used as needed by the local persons whom the Ouachita parish Society for Crippled Children and feel are in need of any of the cares provided by the program this year will expanded to include for group meetings for the parents of crippled The Ross of parent group meetings will he to instruct them how to deal with crippled children in the home and to make the necessary adjustments for happy j program has proved to be i one of the most successful in the j city and parish due to the fact that I it is active 12 months of the j Ross board of meets one time a month to go over the problems of crippled children with the view of helping to bring them back to a normal Many j business and professional men and j women are donating their time and I hoping that there will be enough funds to carry on the work I of the is important hat upon receipt of the persons send their money to the headquarters in order that we might be able to carry on the work for the crippled children and adults in Ouachita he in the society are R. Mrs. Henry John and Mn. Mae
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