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   Montana Standard (Newspaper) - May 31, 1954, Butte, Montana                                Montana MONDAY MAY 3M954 Before IllFaled Climb Reported Row inAEC Will Be Aired WASHINGTON A reported backstage row within the Atomic Energy Commission AEC over adminislrative policies of Chair man Lewis Strauss probably French Receive Orders to Defend All of Delta Congress thi posing for their picture befoie illfated climb earlier this Rescuers Memorial Day Parade Today at 10 Public Program Set a uiuncu Jllf Public ceremonies marking Meliver a brief address during Amrr ii tent al thc morial Day will be held in Bulte ican Legion rites aNhe 1 CVo1 of Mt McKinley although the hnliriav foil T Cemetery for M days was found alive Smulnv will be aired Strauss and other commission crs begin lestifying Wednesday at open hearings before thc Senate louse Atomic Energy Cimmit now considering a broad new blueprint for controlling alomic Holifield a com miltee said Sunday he intends asking each of the five commissioners about what he termed continuing reports of a lack of harmony among I understand this lack of har mony is more than a matter of Holifield said in an I am afraid il is based oh a lack of access In per tineiit to thc success of our atomic on the part of some of thc Olher committee members also have spoken guardedly of disa giecnients within the c o m m i Sterling Cole R the says the con troversy is a tempest in a tea pot and attributes it to a clash of McKIiVLEY NATIONAr sa he central is young sol li6 S eonfllct over bj rticr who lay a broken hin T of his tent a Z the Young Soldier Rescued From McKinley Greeting a Heroine The parade wil instead of adherine tn The public program will be heldOwen general c with the White as the at Soldiers Memorial across man of the Memorial Day he IP fair personal adviser on from Bulte High The ceremony will include a Vrf n CXPCC1atomic afplu fniinuMnn 1 i e uas reporter unable o r i j TT program and praystand or hut mnti M0 fiat Co1e and Holifield already have squared off over a proposed new his i lorm at at the court Many taking advantage Thn house and will start at 10 the long weekend lookBrooklyn f1jCr Io the nnaHw had been ai ir look Broolclvn iv The line of march is cast on Gran o the nearby parks and recreation in the on I for a we lu iiquinine i and south to Ihe Soldiers Memo1 rial 1 In addition to the many fine flPnPUa bands and organizations previously UCI1C Va announced as parlicipating in the D T added color wil be lent JJ1CF iSSUG WSaFS tho week while two fall down the mountain went for help A fourth member a was killed in the fall A plane of thc 74lh Air Resc clause in the alomic energy bill from r which would designate the chair alone man as the commissions princi pal n went for help A says llle Phrase would cr of the Elton merelv o lfie AEC chair ranger at McKinley man lc samc type of designation illcct in the fall now widely user in laws govern ing other federal Holifield and Price DH1 None of Vital Indochina Area Will Be Sacrificed Indochina M The French high command announced Sunday orders have been had worked with the lone woman Genevieve De Galard during the siege and fall DDen re dur ra network is under A high command spokesman said Ihc French would have all the necessary means to defend the Io military victory in the face of anv human sea attack that might he launched by the Communist led The command also announced Ihe rebels had agreed to free 27 captive French medical person jiiol from the fallen fortress of Dien medicalcorpsmon 80 Will Graduate This Evening al Girls Central Eighty seniors of Girls Ccnlral High School will receive diplomas of graduation during commence ment exercises to be held in the Patrick Church Monday night at The commencement address will Genevieve de Galard French army nurse heroine of fallen Dien Bien Phu in is greeted by French General Rene Cogny as she arrives Rt Probang en route to The onJy woman In be seiged she aided the wounded for 42 days until me gamson and continued working with prisoners nnl rtai7c be given by the Joseph She now Is on her from Paris nulling WIMI prisoners marrac the Vietminh overran the by Margaret Diplomas will bc prcsenlcri by the Rt Rev Denis Missoula Ihe class will he presented by the Francis Girls Ccnlral High The exercises will open with the Marchc FraDCCCAP WirePhoto via radio Road Toll Soars he The Girls Central Chor us will sing Panis Angelicus franck with Karen Doherty as Prior to he presentation of he graduates the chonis will Will fly the freed men out of the north west Indochina fortress The announcement was made as air and naval reinforcements poured into or were en route to Indochina from The high command spokesman said the French were bolstering their entire defense system in the face of thc possibility that the Vielmmh would launch their bie assault upon the delta by mid French figure that if with four divisions com ing from the smashed French Union fortress of Dien Bien Phu and with the fighters al ready inside thc do not at tack within the next two or three then the probabilities are that there wil be no big attack before French spokes men contend that unless the Viet minh attacks quickly it will find it nearly impossible to mount an allout assault in July or August because of heavy Monsoon rains Since the fall of Dien Bien Phu May 7 and the shifting of Viet minh divisions the French have been busy pouring in reinforcements for the defense of the rich in minerals and Already the equivalent of two light divisions has arrived or will shortly arrive to reinforce the SO battalions of French Union troops now inside the The possibility of evacuating overcrowded Hanoi in the event of a massive Vietminh assault has not even been the spokesman impossible to think of scue officers of tne Thev saj id it would take two or three j cy wil1 Iight to eliminate itfrom evacuating Hanoi while cl Organ selections by Miss lions are under way at the conference which could produce a fields throughout the world Emergency Called Thc Russian delegation here many Mining City famines Suncby vicilo J Paid visits to Butte a Western of decorate the of fhe that Pakistan Ml Paki stans governor izes fuller exchange and civilian atomic with foreign These changes are part of Prcs dismisscd At Mountain View thei11 n the conference JCC Wars will ded Swiss police said they were told i i win den IDiice sain mey were ti icaic meir neiv a last Mootov would he returning in a lhnse Western sources said gave their lives for heir Hein will detnony sern sources British Foreign Secretar Bloodmobile Sets 250Pint Goal for June 11 Visit Ellen and Undersec retary of State Walter Bedell tmilh knew in advance of Molo lovs Smith was old Afolo lov would bc back here Tuesday I Aside from a protocol visit to capital of Switzerland Fri ab rom the conference scencjAli was Mn Ihe talks opened late mo otov to thc Jfol a Red Chinese re ception where gucsls included Red itiic arrives here fnr a j ing June 11 S lai Minlslcr En wMMs by including Ihe popiilar 81yearold chief minister Abdul Kasem Fazlul He dc clared n of cmergcncv as hitler differences belween Ihe di vided sections of this country came to a Pakistans Prime Minister Mo hammed a political foe of Faz In broadcast to the nation an explanation of the drastic move He said the ousted minister was a traitor to even to Last The Prime Min ister asserted razlul Huq had said ms ultimate goal was an independ ent Bengal East i disloyal utter One of ihc Despite the mounting loll of lwn n Ihe maimed were children deaths on the Ned Tllp Memorial weekend survey u president of he Wils accident IiclinH killcil Eisenhowers legislative pro al Safety said Monday Fridav and inid may tell the story of whether 78hour period not a new death toll record is set Lasl years twoday Memorial The council ha and Democrats Using Row io Hurl GOPDworshak WASHINGTON M Dwor shak RIdaho accused Demo crats on the Senate Investigations Subcommittee Sunday of trying to cath toll record is 4asl years twoday Memorial had estimated 340 per holiday took 385 Jives in all types e killed in traffic 241 in traffic 38 in and 4G in other acci Wherever you are Start home tlonts rlc accident fatalily rcc taW il easy and invest an for Memorial Dayweek IH eastern part of HtLENA Cyrus French reported lln im 4U i j Trail and 14 captured who came up the irom Icxas as a cowboy D LCU auuui 90 miles west of Hanpi with ad vance units further Thirty south of Hanoi French fighters and bomben were trying to destroy the Vietminh throat to Phu Ly and the south eastern part of the The M rebels killed sliiytd in extra moment or Council engineers estimated 30 million cars were on the Dearborn said that the councils estimate of 310 traffic deaths ut ujiug the weekend and the record of seize on the McCarthyArmy fatalities during a threei ings to stir up trouble in the drl Memorial set in publican mighl he surpassed if mo a point Io Mundt acting chair orisls do not makeil man of the said First reports said central government also had dissolved J1 he fell there use extra a separate interview of the fatal accidents wore there had been some unfortunate i headon In nn fnlf v cil Kast Pakistans new provincial as Mnhammcd Ali denied saying the assembly Clarence orne Minister Pham The j Karachi acted under was not tll he Vov of mobile unit rcgfonM b ood center in Great Falls will be at Butte s Masonic Temple from am toi June a replica of thc Korean mili Comlvr in Silver BowfUry talks at Panmunfom where sklcs Ml forc Indian sub j continent in whereby he cen ol Ihe obvious choices nowjtral government can assume the noiv can a the Kremlin is whethfunctions of a ministry er tne Russians should string out Mohammed Ali said Fazlul Huti had refused to accept advice from he central government and had let disruptive forces crcale con Continued 7 goal of 500 jfl the Bloodmobile a group of more than 40 volunteer workersjrom thc finite of Ihe efforts i to convene was the first solid move the monlhold confer ence had laken loward ending thc To both East and West in Auto Mishap Thomas and his wife suffered painful in ors c n o Easl and el by volunteer workers it marked the end of one phase of All Bu All Buttc civic and fraternal mg of another groups are being contacted as well Ihc open bers of donors Io lop the quota of Persons who have no transporta tion available to gel to Ala sonic Temple Ballroom may call the local ARC 5233 m h and will be provided transport mob tion both to and from the center Butte GUNnSSFsuSir the road Sunday when their car left on Jroose Creek icn LJlVlC had been relatively little parti san byplay anrl The televised hearings on Ihe dispute between McCarthy H J i 1 Graduated 18 Butie Nurses resumed Tuesday after the Twcnlysix 18 of ilhem rnm one all Ihe James unit of has stepped tenino110 of Charily nf Nursing which is affiliated wilh rial Day April McCarthy ranly off the subcommittee while end was S71 from all causes in Continued Page I i JOKcd PORT Dignified Arthur in the midst of his hot campaign against errant look tn chasing speeders himself Sim Welcome of Seattle made the mistake of rockelinR past Ihe gubernatorial machine Langlic ordered his state patrol man chauffeur to clown the The limousine gave chase and the patrolman radioed ahead to other law enforcement Iort Townsend police made Ihc arrosl the case j Stewart to drive n died late night at his no Nelson h been m hcaUh for sjx Iimcral services will be con at 2 oclock Wednesday aft1 rrnoon in the UeLz with H0 Slate Road Deaths Prediction By ASSOCtATED PRKSS L highways dur an I8caroll Livingston youth and it probes the received charge thnt he and his chief conn as nursing schnol ates during the LI it liny tried through improper means to win treatment for David1 clcnrl a former unpaidsubcom KM millee Also under investigation is Ihc countercharge of McCarthy and thai Stevens and Army Coun selor John Adams used Schine Carroll College commencement exercises held in Civic Cenler Sunday Carter woman die Children of and Mrs Byron1 om accidcn Three lie was the hist of in family to A brother died in Thclr boosted Montanas in m to11 o compared with 85 Nelson came to Montana bv on lis iate a year Ihc old Chisholm driving Two died in Memorial for the Livestock traffic accidents last of Texas in His widow clinon Livingston whom he married was fatally injured in an early in Was Saturday morning collision six horn in Denver and fst of Three Continued Page 2 Col 4 were Young Palm cr had graduated from high school Friday Patrolmen said he was taking a drive following in Biide and to ana as a hostage in an effort a nrive loilowing a conimeneenient Some of Ihc young women will Butte Forecast warmer Mmrhv Jytte be rwvwi mwninB sa the will bLckman hAr atoni dling of alleged Kills Soldier CAIRO A British sol1 Community thc Suez Canal attendants in he i assigned Io lake Me Jamcs unit nurses who about SO miles south of Butte on Carthys place on thc subcommil1 thoir diplomas Sunday S 01 Phnir J 11 r Mrtrt til ff tit lOllfJ UIULICS ni me Domn Claire Coni Thcir two and Ihcm in the serious ed outtMlft appeared sonoimlv hurt al TkR three military spokesman ine soldier was plain by a Memorial Hospital neither of heI par o Automobile Dealers Another service provided will bc a babysitting service trained Formosa The Chinese Nationalist air force Sun tnrcc fractured vertebrae and Mrs Howe a fractured Mr Rowc said Ihe accident eurretl at about was 64 minimum Monday night expected maximum Tuos fi2 11 I 1C Uemo I J 11 k iui i in cratic members during the past Dolores Tcmperalures for Ihe period 12 inff Sunday at Wfpk i i rfnnril t T inifiii i tilil Vni I uiiSl week showed a desire Io divert attention from the groups responi Warmer east HE TABLE arc for Ihc 12 hours Mainr Talb minimnms for ho 18 hours end A 3K president Will 1 y Continued Page 2 6 Ingenious Woman W j Mabel a policewoman Marguerite Hct midnight Saturday to 530 pm Joan Maximum minimum m m y Margaret MONTANA KORKrAST Catherine Marv fCl leu Marfiarel Geraldine West of Divide Iarllv Billings Belgrade cloudy Brnadus i rimicliness Bullc lrmor IiKhs Cut Hank r i unji V M I Lhl Shirley occasional shower i i while thosfl asrSrvr SS three in I1 throad was slick on the edge red at about as he a policewoman ill nf i s taking the family on a fishing scnooled in selfprotec1 He said ho was driving his llnn wnhc Sunday and saw a man Chevrolet south when Carol her I Donna iSavieh Rosemary not so cool Momlav night Tues ai Carol Parll5r of showers in he moun Agnes Jis in fighting of road was slick on the edge Hie car skidded and over I turned Her service pistol was out of reach Ko she screamed The man arct Joanne LaLondei Kasl of Divide Partly cloudy Dillon Drummoml Diane Whitehall Mary Ann Choleau Leo Helena Marv Iony Dorothy OCon IhRhwood Patricia I Grcal Falls Havre 1 Helen a IKnlispcll I Livingston Miles City Missmila West Ypllnwslonc 55 5S S7 5K 55 53 60 52 5S 5 fiD SI S3 48 40 45 41 40 32 41 3 40 47 51 37 47 IS 31 42 WASHINGTON m President Eisenhower will go to New York Monday to deliver a major for a IlldJUr T eign policy speech in which he is n expected to sound a rallying call for he free nations to tighten their unity in the face of Communist efforts to split thc The White House announced that Eisenhowers to be car Tr ried nationally on television and radio networks beginning at wil be pitched to the general theme of steps taken and projected the free world to es tablish peace and freedom univer J Eisenhower will speak at a din ner In connection with Columbia bicentennia celebu uon   

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