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Rocky Mount Evening Telegram (Newspaper) - May 24, 1953, Rocky Mount, North Carolina Dial 5161: Dial 5162! Sunday News Dial 5163:,News and Sports Dial 5164: ROCKY ta cloudy aad er today and 207 N. C. SUNDAY MAY 24, 1953 5cSUNDAY 15cWEEKLY 35c I Socialist Home Destroyed By Create New French Growing Alarmed At Weak May 23 Vincent today called in Guy Secretary general of the French Socialist in an effort to get a Cabinet to of Premier which Socialists helped to Mollet deferred his were growing as Auriol searched for that many parliamentarians were becoming tired and alarmed the feeble management of France in the postwar a Radical Socialist lasted only a little more thaii frur mon His rather was ISth since from the in To most move to get Mollet in the prim appeared to be a routine Socialists balked the proposed rearmament of West Germany under the European Army With their 105 deputies making up the largest single in the National they have pre- May 24 to stay out of recent honorably ' search through the wreckage of home that once stood in this quiet neighborhood oi before a tornado ripped through the May 21. Faces Murder They have been in definite to the last Communists and De were allied against Mayer's government in the vote of confidence by which it was toppled 328-244. Mayer had demanded power to bypass the in trimming the national spending down to a level to fit the taxes he hoped to served as vice under Radical in 1931. Earlier thit he had tried himself to term a Cabinet In one of France's many but failed to get approval of the ministers he wished to It is not certain that he will try He may reply most popula r Premier France has had in recent Antoine was another He is an Members Parliament and old hands covering the Assembly it was more likely he would wait awhile before the from he was ousted months as leCt for in France for the long Pentecost week end that he to I am given m meet the government's powers refused to M. Rene Maver much less than ' be he of France's confused interior and foreign policy came both from Frenchmen and for the Peasant grown in recent are coming to a time when ' France must accomplish -some deep reforms decide what its position is to be in international Says Soviet To Attack In 1955 the Air Force nearly six months ago was under heavy guard today in prison stockade awaiting court martial on charges of murder after being arrested in a steel plant and flown back to steel Robert W. 21i is accused of slaying a South Korean civilian back in 1352. secrecy shrouded the first such return of a former member the armed to military custody for court martial under the uniform code of military the effective June 1, 19.51, an ex-service man can arrested for court martial if the is punishable by of five or more and cannot be in civilian was arrested quietly while at work in the steel plant May 1.53. He arrived back in Korea five days Washington disclosed the case May 22. - mother Mrs. Jacob said in Pittsburgh that the military police acted with such expected frantic calls by relatives for a to find then of family had to hurry out to Pittsburg airport to pick up Toth's work He already was back in Air Force that Toth had not been whisked away from Pittsburgh before seeing talked to his father and a brother before he a spokesman spokesman also said Toth was offered the right to demand counsel in the United States but Force were mum about where Toth landed in Korea See SOLDIER Page 2A Offered To Trade B. L. 23 A former Czech army trained in Soviet military has informed the House Un-American Activities Committee of alleged Russian plans to launch war in Europe 1955." Russian decision to over Western the was is predicated on May 2:1 than a week before William Soviet suspicion that May Crack Down On Foes Of Budget Fear Weak Air Force Can Hurt BELL May 23 Ferguson indicated today Eisenhower's military prestige will be invoked in an effort to quell a threatened senatorial rebellion against proposed Air Force money observation came as some Republicans appeared ready to join Democrats in protesting against the administration's decision to slash five billion dollars off the Air Force appropriations asked by former President these GOP Sen. Young of North Dakota said he fears the proposed economies will leave the U. S. with an Air Force inferior to Russia's I don't think we can afford to let that match the Russians in the number of men can put into armies but we can certainly do it in the air and he who heads a Senate appropriations subcommittee defense said he believes the facts to be brought out in hearings will demonstrate that the Air Force be built up faster under the administration's program than under plans laid down by the Truman believe that when the facts are all most of the senators go along with the President on this because he is a military expert and his judgment must be the Michigan To Resume Talks Last Ditch Truce After Tidelands - Made Will Be Placed Around Key U. released from a a Ciech Army officer offered to exchange his own freedom for the release of the Associated Press offer was made by Jan House Un-American Activities Committee at session May 14. His testimony was made public true identity was kept fled to this country in 1952, after being in a Russian military witness criticized negotiations still in for release as a oi and offered himself as a hostage to the a foreward to the record of the committee noted that was by Czechs May 16 arid observed there wais unusual about his trade in the normal American was charged with violation of the espionage law's of He was found guilty sentenced to imprisonment for lO said the Czechs kept Oatis in jail for two years in an effort any Czech resistance to their Communist He underground of Slovakia has serious misgivings in the case of in thinking that the democratic West does not protect its own ELTON C. FAY May 23 tails of the Army's program tn spot missile units around major U. S. came to light including ths fact that oome batteries will located which became able for the first time showed the Army will require an average of 96 acres for a battalion using the Nike missile to protect port and government centers against any high flying enemy are some of the other secret launchers will be used in above ground installations ta fire the 1,000-mile-an-hour the Army has an uncanny accuracy against even other guided missiles or supersonic For the Army will need 96 acres to deploy the weapons in proper firing The acreage specified m these installations 24, but this is assumed to refer only to the surface not implying that the actual dugouts would involve that launchers will placed in revetments to help protect them against strafing for sites require that they be to use for detection and of enemy be clear of obstructions ior the take-off of the missiles if have natural features to aid in camouflage of the sites also underground storage magazines and housing for tor details made able today and two previous the has been officially silent about guided missile batteries will be set definite attack iti destroy the Soviet 1955,. - The given in a cret committee session May 13' and 14, was made public today an unusual volume Schedule for 1955." witness is identified Cpl. Jan name which wus assumed to hide his true as a Czech were signs that some members of the other than Young were critical of the Margaret Chase Smith addressed a series of sharp questions to Secretary of Defence Sen. Thye said his support or opposition to the cut would depend on clearer by Pentagon officials to vital questions about costs and other by Senator Hill of Alabama and Maybank of South against the Germans Jnl Democrats already are out in the World War with their battle against 1955, is the same administration's 2 M n which former President Harry S. Truman and his advisers listed period oi ' scoffed at this disclaiming any faith in what he called magical Truman's defense planning as a Eisenhower told reporters at a news conference April 30: reject the idea that we must build up to a maximum attainable strength for some specific date theoretically fixed for a specified time in the said he did not believe anyone could predict if another government would See RUSSIA Page 2A launchers will be in NIKE Page 2A has demanded that Gen. Hoyt S. retiring and Gen. Carl former be called for in a that Wilson was work in trying to cut except for the reduction in the number of proposed Air wings Maybank said would be caused by the appropriation told the committee that Vandenberg had been present as representative of the Joint Chiefs of Staff when the National Security Council on the air money But he conceded that Vandenberg never had approved the Ferguson said would call both Vandenberg and May Be May Not Highway In Flooded La. JAMES V. MCLEAN Charles were built up from May 23 held off dynamiting U. S. Highway 90 between this flood wrecked city and nearby things declared George S. Louisiana highway won't be necessary to do anything to the road unless the water suddenly begins to rise we're keeping an anxious eye on it and prepared to take necessary damaged 10 million dollars in case the situation worth of tjf the Calcasieu Paul S. Cook summed the prospects for the Louisiana port city of 50,-000 this Charles will just have to sit nere four or five days more with this flood at or near flood waters swamped the Charles Air Force Blase forcing its chased 15.000 persons from their Deputy Quits Following Trial N. 23 of Deputy Sheriff W. B. Was announced here today and Sheriff W. Thompson a statement connecting it with the mistrial last week of a 30-year-old sheriff said Boykin had ui his badge yesterday in best interest of the county and the sheriff's not of the the sheriff referred to criticism directed to his office following a mistrial in the case of Mrs. John C. who was accused of murdering her mistrial was ordered by Judge Joseph W. Parker after he heard testimony had taken part in a drunken hotel brawl during the week-long jurors and the jury Fred M. were to 30 for contempt of court as a of the Thompson said his office got a lot of unfavorable publicity recently during the trial of Mrs. realize that we've taken a lot of criticism but I think the situation has been May 23 Justice Department sources indicated today that Julius and Ethel atomic might still have a chance for clemency if they should decided is always a factor in every these sources was that the awaiting execution In Sing prison as spies for Soviet have been told that if they know things about espionage in this country have not been to and want to tell about such action wnl be taken into consideration in their clemency officials said was pointed out to the Rosenbergs before President Eisenhower in early January rejected their petition for commutation if their death The has the power to commute federal sentences at any whether or not a petition is ' Rosenbergs have strenuously protested and officials say they have had no word M any change of heart on their of the things that concerns the government is that an extensive roundup of atom spies has been carried out during See TRAITORS Page 2-A Eisenhower wears a wide smile as he hands with Sen. Spessard Holland leader oi the Congressional fight for passage of the tidelands after signing the measure into law at the White May 22. Applauding are Leslie Arends and Craig Hosmer Say Shortages Cost Expected To Call Showdown On Prisoner ROBERT EUNSON May 24 Allied truce team prepared to turn to the Panmunjom table tomorrow and hand the Redi what Is reported to be a offer on how to handle 48,500 Red prisoners balking at being returned here said the which Lt. Gen. William K. Harrison will carry back to Korea prob. ably will be coupled with a call a chief Allied was winding up meetings in Tokyo with Gen. Mark Clark and tha United Nation commander's political Ambassador Robert this strategy will the Communists will do business on this and best or reject not For one officials do not know how the Reds will react to the announcement Thursday that President Prime Minister Churchill and French premier will meet on world problems next think ths coming conference may prompt the Communist high command to stall any Korean agreement ' hopes that Churchill may press Eisenhower to soften his Eastern The Reds are well aware of Allied differences in that opposite line of is that if Russia to assure a Big Four meeting Western three Premier as a sequel to tha Bermuda session the Kremlin may now throw its full weight behind i a prompt Korean tnice agreements What happens in is scribed by responsible here as likely to dent any meeting with has a be Fail To Regain GEORGE - 2'4 foi S. Sabre jet fresh de their of MIG kills EDWIN B. May 23 W of five who gated supplies in that was a needless loss of because of shortages is of the re om International shot down one Red jet and damaged anther Saturday in sky fights near the the Fifth Air - been costly to the Allied troops the report or wounded more than 'A of this miscalculation and Inability wai absolved of. any share ins the is a tragic episode Reds Saturday in five bloody pitched battles but failed to regain the the Air Force one Sabre was shot down in combat but a total loss of 10 planes was admitted six planes shot down Red ground two Sabres and an Australian Meteor lost to presumably mechanical fighting ripped the ground front Most of was between Chinese of Korea 24 hour's of the South Koreans and Chinese still were within easy gunshot range on opposite sides of a 300-yard Eastern ridgeline which the Reds occupied Korean 20th Division soldiers made five counterattacks Saturday against the on the eastern end of the near Christmas but failed to smash back the On Twin I a case built-up roadbed across the 35 miles of between Lake Charles and a dam against drainage of mounting backwaters from the body of an airman who not identified found floating in i feet of water on Lake Charles Air Force two miles stricken Whether he was drowned in the flood was not mile of the highway He was the first fatality was under 7 inches of water at but the flooded That was part of the toll of a was six miles east of week of floods following 12 inches Orange in a sparsely populated of rain throughout They 30,000 from appeared to be winning more than a flood battle million dollars in. and city would be the reason for highways in excess of million floods standing up to .At Orange a muddy windows over a third of Lake i See FLOOD Page 2A May 23 Surgeons successfully removed a tumor from the abdomen of a 41-year-old Siamese twin today while her also lay strapped beside her on a extension Frank H. Lahey performed the two-hour operation on Miss Margaret Gibb of Mass in New England Deaconess Hospi tal and said he found no evidence of underwent nearly all the of the operation except the suffered shock along with her in have the same circulatory today the hospital issued a bulletin saying the condition of thj twins was was the second surgical service for the In 1.94G, Dr. Lahey removed a stone from Margaret's kidney in the same Preparing the twins for surgery took more lime than the They are joined at the thigh in such a manner that they have common spinal column at the anesthetists injected 'The twins fell asleep almost immediately and ether was dien Appointments by Howland 8A School at UNC Recital at Duke 8C Trotting Marine Lites Scene News Mau News Rain Legislative Counsel 3A Town Boss Quill for the defense and security of the United States could result in catastrophe for this fifth member the investigating Sen. took sharp exception to the finding that lives were lost because of ammunition this was based the committee on conflicting testimony between Page 2A out some of success in the of State British To be have any British shipping repr come before it aind swer testimony that their have transported Chinese McCarthy at Race the does not plan to invite any i to reply to the I The Wisconsin senator I at Pimlico a few hours after this morning from tha Navy at j where he had spent a few days any British shippers want to d come before the committee to under he would be giad to have Federation Will Not i Be Invited To White May 23 No snags were is very ing that Mrs. Eisenhower had she can't invite the General 3,000 members of the of Women's Clubs to the White although she hopes to drop In on one of their convention sessions next was the news which greeted early arrivals to 62nd annual convention of the world's largest organizations of It brought expressions of disappointment that unlike the Daughters of the American and other women's are not being received at the White House during their first convention in General Federation has 11 half in this country and half represents 800.000 individual the U. S. At least 3,000 members are expected for the Oscar A. Ahlgren of General Federation several weeks ago submitted several plans to the White House for recognition of her C. Colleges Graduate 6,000 In Next Two The Associated Press North Carolina's back on normal footing after a of World War II veterans packed their will graduate nearly 6,000 seniors during the parade of graduates last week epd at East Carolina College at will its peak next week end when most of the state's 33 senior colleges will be awarding degrees to Three other among them the University of North will hold their exercises the following state figures show that degrees will be given to 5,987 a drop from the 6.244 of last total college enrollment this year has increased to 41.370 from 3R.5J0 last state's record college enrollment 47,071 in 1947-48 of war aided by the of filled the various public and church colleges to the bulging Now only a comparatively few some of them with Korean attend Consolidated University of North Carolina reports that the trend of enrollment at its three dropping after the postwar is now upward many of the state's colleges reportes larger graduation classes this year than of the state's larger universities show a decline in Alan K. dean of undergraduate studies at Duke explains this by figures for the number to receive there has been in graduating classes here and at other due to the fact that during 1946-49 large numbers of students I mostly returned to the University and re - enrolled as juniors and This increased the size of the graduating classes out of normal also notes that students leaving their studies Korean service also graduation figures to decline this are the job prospects R. GORDON May 23 A measure providing for flood control and navigational projects below Forces immediately after was sent to the wives of members the U. S. Chamber of convention and smaller up until late Saturday noon the had no reply to their ' at the White brought from Mrs. Mary Jane the first lady's personal a prompt denial that there was any thought of slighting the she I Eisenhower was reviewing her next week's program in hopes of i finding time in which to attend one of the convention's Che could not say yet when might McCaffree said Mrs. | calendar next week is packed with Including White House veterans garden 1 party the first big re- ception to be attended by both the President and Mrs. 1 Reduced Flood Control Budget Facing Debate On House today by the a Presbyterian school I of 10 as compared with last year's i The amount recommended by 12. The student body this committee for harbor jumped from 118 to 137. The Rev. i and other such works for the fiscal John H. McKinnon a year starting July 1 is nearly 17 Presbyterian will deliver the commencement cent under President Eisenhower's proposal and 40 per year's State Negro will confer cation officials say they're good degrees students with technical tor of Science awards will go to such as And tomorrow while Dr. Vernon less than former President Broyles of budget tary of the Presbyterian Tlie House is scheduled to take Board of Church Extension will be the and from the baccalaureate speaker there it must go through the Johnson Ci a Charlotte it now the Department of Public for 58 projects in 24 considerably fewer than in King dean University's School of Last year Congress voted notes that there's plenty i and and 1906,000 for such For the of room particularly i Dr. Simon Overton Johnson 12 Truman in the elementary j La W. State of the graduates of military i Doctor of degrees will hower trimmed tills figure During the three I will enter the Armed I See COLLEGES Page 2A past of flood control and navigation bills has been one of sharp cuts by the House and sharp increases by the by a compromise between the two sometimes refer to tha bills as legislation and contend cuts are to make because the Army Engineers work closely with local groups exert pressure on Congress to provide for pet House in its port on the was critical local interests for not larger contributions toward the cost of initial surveys would have a deterring effect since about 33 per cent of the projects proposed are found to be economically committee was critical of the Army Engineers for building up and unobligated appropriations of previous Such balances sent not savings but ig carry out a realistic the committee
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