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   Fort Pierce News-Tribune (Newspaper) - January 7, 1952, Fort Pierce, Florida                               Ofaj.ctiv.t Pierce and Ctunty Agricultural Development. Xew Industries. Beach and Tourism Development- South Overpass. FORT PIERCE NEWS-TRIBUNE "Published Daily in the Hemrt the Indian River Sect ion FOBTY-XLNTH YEAR, Ko. 23 fiSTABilSKED DECEMBSE 11. 1908 IKE FOST PIERCE, FLORIDA. MONDAY, JANUARY 7, 1952 UAlA Stmdcy For 24-hwr mjhij I ML. Maximum_______________81 Minimum............. 59 Rain___________.............. jQQ Barometer_____________30JO ASSOCIATED PRESS FJSATLTM: SEHMCE SINGLE COPY: 5 CENTS" NDIGATES HE'S AVAILABLE Reds Apparently Don't Want Truce NEW LAWS TO CURB 'INFLUENCE' SOUGHT Declaration Is Made By Chief UN Negotiator Admiral Joy Flies To Tokyo For Talks With General Ridgrway By The ASSOCIATED PRESS MUNSAN, United chief truce negotiator said today there are growing indica- tions that the Communists do not want a stable armistice in Korea. Today's report from Panmun-1 jom was the now familiar "no If the Communists ''are acting in good faith and sincerely want peace, there can be no reason for them to construct military air- fields during the period of an ar- said Vice Adm. C. Tur- ner Joy. He flew to Tokyo for conferences with Gen. Matthew B. j Kidgway. supreme Allied com- Jnander. j "If, on the other hand, the Com- munists are acting in bad faith i and are, in fact, preparing for war, I the construction of military air-! fields becomes, and is. a matter i of great urgency to Joy! added. The Reds reiterated their insist- ence on the right to construct and repair airfields during a brief j Monday meeting of the subcom- mittee on truce supervision." j The session ended abruptly after Chinese Maj. Gen. Hsieh Fang ac- Politics Likely To Mark Election Year Congress drive person turns state's evidence under S tough new laws so crack down on J Sfan- of immunity. f influence peddlers and their oay- Tte new provision calls for fel- j j ing clients gathered force on Capi- punishment, including a mini- j tol Hill today. j mum of one year in prison for j Sen. Moaroaey (D-Okia ilakisg or bribe while j "you can't take a bribe unless a payroll or offer-! _ crook pays announced" he Pa-vLaS a federal; WASHINGTON: CM ami-corruption bill i ton-, w Monroney told a reponer he ex- i :cking for at; and has ,_______-----partisan support for for ;t ansong Congress members, smell ot scan- i He added that he has "no ob- i Co- I DIPLOMATS Truman and Prime Minister WFn- British, Foreign Secretary AT.- stem Churchill at luncheon dencv thsny Eden (left) and U. S. Eden accompanied the British Because of the aporoachin- elec-' gress starts sion Tuesday weigh hea1 The next six months are expected to bring forth decisions, one way 1 Of the other, on such ters as universal military foreign military and economic controls at home, and defense spending. both." Leaders are hopeful the session j He announcd a last minute re- j proposal and his can wind up in time for the July vision of his many-toothed bill to Monrocey said his plan political conventions so members i strip courts of pov.er to gram i one step farther than the Presi-'' can go home afterward for the fall' clemency to bribe takers and giv- i dent's." He said it would place the I campaigns. ers, except in cases where a guilty (Continued on Page" 3) All House seats will be at in the November voting. So will' 32 Senate seats, as ueSl as the] presidency and the vice presi- used them to house j 5 h sUil a choice CARLSEN AND SHIP Secretary of StBte Dean Ache- leader to the U-S. for four days jj II A I C 11' t W son converse at the entrance to of conversation with I ,n 14 A I _ tfV iQ f ill T Blair House in Washington as they arrive to join President of conversation with President Truman.' (AP the session to be marked more by talk than by action. j I VnUIVvniLL !Tessages- economics and! At S TALK OVER DEFENSES The U. S. destrover Willard of-tbe-Union S FS-vinS En-' Keith, escorting the tug and her jO.meun.on message_Weanesdaj., terorise were halfway to haven charge, reported the little con- voy's S a. m. position and said the transmitting a federal tuf Se lalSppS 1 i Truman cused the delaying the V.ASHLNGTOX C5S President j trip three minutes before Ham at-, Minister Chur-, accompanied by Foreign Allies of -intentioaallv a detasied survey of! Minister Anthony Eden and Sir e and trv- Ouver Franks. British ambassador WOULD ACCEPT REPUBLICAN NOMINATION Will Not Ask Relief In Order To Seek Nomination Personally WASHINGTON Divight D. Eisenhower proclaimed himself a Republican today, and made it j clear he would accept that parry's presidential nomination if it is I fered. But he said he won't actively I seek it. In a Paris statement, the n- j year-old general swept away much i of the fog of uncertainty that hat j swirled for the last five years about 5 his place in the picture of presi- dential possibilities. J His statement was prompted by the week-end move from Sen. I Lodge (R.-Mass) who announced (A) that Eisenhower's name would be entered in the March 11 New Hampshire presidential primary, and (B) that there would be a "finish to win the GOP jiom- ination for the general, Eisenhower, who has been talked as both a Democratic and a Re- ceptins and with falsely Presidential possibility, certifying tax liens of S130.000 I mafe UleSe main Ml f .H. TAX OFFICIAL ON Charged with accepting bribes to influence tax cases, Denis W. Deisney, SS, former collector of internal revenue for Massachu- setts is on trial in Federal court in Boston, accused of ac- internal revenue department. juiv T 152 miles from the sea moderate with westerly swells i President is expected to re-! new his request for many of the j get. in the past. Among these are j Heavier weather Committee's Decision Is Due ing to wreck the truce talks bv j s. taU? began with an in- to the U. S. __ ___ -i- _ i GllirV rfofonca J ___ _ rights health insurance, and insisting on prohibiting construe- i "uiry western defense prob-i dozen photographers and Price rent controls tion of militarv air bases. I i news-eel men turned their cameras He may asfc more Communist delegates again re- aPPeared for Brsi on the 77-year-old British ConSress didn't give jected a six-point Allied plan for j VVmte House visit of his current man as he stepped from a Soils j much he wanted last year, but. he tuill i to started some j earlier had' j coarse to ease the strain on the j f ftF LAI Iff T PC f exchanging prisoners of war and civilians. A Rear Adm. R. E. Libby DromriHv ARIfiflf AH MIIICI _ Royce. bis chances of getting them are 1 Wearing his familiar black bowl- shTm-. lsn c either, that Con- that he be relieved of his present assignment as leader of the Eu- ropean defense forces. 3. He will not take part in pre- convention activities of those seek- ing the nomination for him. 4. He recognizes the right of oth- ers to engage in an attempt "to place before me next July (when the Republican convention meets) a duty that would transcend my present Eisenhower's statement tremen- esfrey 7 maoe 12 SEOUL. Korea. er hat and smoking one' of his big Havana cigars, Churchill posed for i a fey.- minates and then started j [into the White door where f T jhe was greeted by William Sim-! I A Iff I A mons. White House receptionist. 1V way. Mr. Prime i _ Simmons adding 'Welcome CConrinued on Page 3) submitted the plan again, and.' again explained it in de-ail. North Korean Maj. Gen. Lee; Sang Cho listened to Libby's ex- planation then commented: "No matter fcoiv eloquently you j describe it, we cannot accept your Both subcommittees will  countries of the responsibility j their jobs through another admiais-' fee feels for his present dutv." I tration. Senator .-N. H.) said today ht become a candidate Republican floor leader stipulation he would hold Powers, i mornings, ac-! named them David (the and Anthea. Whip East teas! countant and I an, as his campaign manager for the IS52 race. At the same time 1 ifiwank f InKf McCarty announced his headquarters will be ia Fort' Pierce, his home town. i Powers, who 1 the weekend, jstate headquarters Cliss should contact the Elks dub. tele-', :er he was over the post I vacated by the death of Sen. Ken- The largest class in the historv j phone 1143. or report at the place JT Jt said ftey would have to pay neth Wherry of Nebraska. Bat he Jstory i during the hours listed belovr. tne regular fees required by law {said he willing to become a By The ASSOCIATED PRESS I i Strong bora of a vigorous j storm 300 miles east of Chesa- j peake Say whipped the East Coast i today from New England to Cape paign work of Carty organization, it was stated. 1 night at S o'clock at Royal Park' An active Chamber of Com- {Inn. Delapiane. Carl Williams introduced Hat-eras. X. C. j Northern subzero the Eastern end of a band of snow 1] flurries extending through the Low- merce leader in Florida. Powers has headed both the Gainesville Lt Gov. WiHiam Beach, will be the I foods prior to giving the blood. A doctor -W- IT" J :rn New England also had j" and Senior Chambers of j Seer and Warren Blackmon temperatures and was oa and in_ 1950 was j this city, is to be in the master of ceremonies. campagn expenses for a Job they had no as- even if nominat- .-Mass) may candidate for adership when Republican Senators meet post. er Great Lakes region and Upper _ i Ohio Valley. It was suowing in Washington ana Oregon, and raining in parts of Southern California. Elsewhere in the country, it was j Eiue Key leadership organization, mostly fair. There were below zero I Following his graduation. Pow- TH never forget the day I started in this shoestring and a News-Tribune Want Adi" i Flonda. He is a graduate of Umatilla High School end the University of Florida. Annonncement is made that of; Tracing the evolution of the' it was announced, role of i club from a gathering of five! Kours for the drive which is to j i 1 lonesome men in Chicago 47 vears 1 De held at Elks club at South I' 's? w t _ _. WEATHER LOCAL DATA Today while there be no meetin Tuesday, there will be a round One of the campus leaders at the table session at Colonial restaur- Lmversity. he was selected for! ant for the benefit of visiting K3- tfee Hall of Fame and the Florida waniais and members who feel temperatures in the Northern Plains. Northern Rockies and in Eastern Iowa. Some early morning tempera- tures: Iowa City. la. Bis- marck. N. D. Houlton, Me _ln- Clveland 28; 39. ers was appointed to the univer- sity faculty, remaining there un- til his entry into the armed ser- vices in the Field Artillery. In the European Theater, in addition to other combat. Powers was in the Battle of the Bulge in Belgium (Continued on Page 3) they cannot attend the joint meet- ing. MUNICIPAL COURT In Municipal Court Monday morning City Judge Ralph Wilson levied fines totaling S250 and also declared appearance bonds for- feited in exactly the same a- rnount a. m. to p.'m. Thursday. ago to an organization with 7.500 j street are from a. m. to. clubs in S3 different countries. Williams told of the adoption of the motto "Service Above Self "Rotary si not a religion, a chamber of commerce or a lodge, e- TT- but it is. in fact, and ethical, osnor, Woman Are earthly phlfososhy of life that Found Asphyxiated combir.es the ordinary efforts of manning with the opportunity to 4 AAA lfOOO Fain im street; are irom a. m. to.l' __. T 1 j p. m. and p. m. until: UC6I1S6 iSSUCd j Barometer Jame, 41 ronnced since automobile do service." Williams declared. He told the new members they must represent their industry in Rotary and must represent Ro- tary in their industry and as a re- sult, both will benefit. JACKSOXYTLLE A sailor identified by papers in his billfold as Billiard Phillips. 30, Rt. 2, Bailey. N. C., stationed at the Naval _ Air Station here, and a woman were found in i a car near here morning that tags wfent on p. m. o. m Fair and continued this afternoon and Frost in north and central slowly rising around 950 of the tags. That figure is based on 750 tags Tuesday "fair havm? been sold through Saturday j and James estimated that 200 f were sold Monday morning. i The last day of the 1951 auto: straits and East Moderate MARINE FORECAST Jacksonville through Florida license tags are good, is Feb. 20. After that date it is unlawful to drive a car on the roads of Flor- 1 ida without a new plate. northerly winds escent fresh in Florida Straits afternoon and tonisht. becoming moderate north- easterly Tuesday. Fair weather. JEWS PA PER I nFWSPAPFRI   

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