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   Rocky Mount Evening Telegram (Newspaper) - September 7, 1951, Rocky Mount, North Carolina                                TELEGRAM PHONES Dial 5161 Dial 8162 Society and News Dial 5163 Managing Dial 5164 DisplayClassified THE EVENING TELEGRAM THE WEATHER Fair and cooler tonight and 280 SIXTEEN PAGES TODATT TWO SECTIONS ROCKY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1951 wad Service PRICE FIVE CENTS V COMMUNISTS REJECT DENIALS BY ALLIES Russia Subject Of ThreePower Conference Talk 16 Urgent World Problems Slated For Discussions BY JOHN SCALl WASHINGTON The United Britain and France have agreed to discuss 16 urgent world nearly all involving Rus at next weeks Big Three For eign Ministers Western the Italian Peace Treaty and Commu nist China are among the key is sues slated for study during the fourday session opening here Mon Informed officials who dlsclosec this today said the three foreign ministers also will consider Joint economic and political moves to protect their nationals behind the Iron both in Eastern Eu rope and Red In advance of the Sec retary of State Acheson has agreed on an 11point agenda with British Foreign Secretary Herbert Morri son and French Foreign Minister Robert Counting sub it break down into 1 separate The main aim of the foreign officials told a reporter will be to exchange views on the specific problems rather than to make dialled These wil be left to subordinates to handle The problems Progress made hi containing Russia and its Atlantic and Mediterranean command appointments for th North Atlantic naval includ ing Britains demand that at leas one of these Jobs go to a Frances proposal for an in tegrated European army and Ger manys possible contribution to i These problems are to be discusse also at the 12nation North Atlanti Pact meeting In Ottawa Italys request for revision o foe armament restrictions in it 1947 The western power are generally agreed to allow Ital to rearm more fully AmericanBritishFrench peace settlement with This has been drafted already but needs top level decisions on some The settlement would in effect restore German sovereignty and virtually eliminate Allied controls but would the legal basis for protection A review of attempts to write an Austrian peace which have floundered because of Rus French and British objections to a move to seek a military alliance with Spain along with bases for American naval and air Concerted economic and politi cal action to protect western na tions behind the Iron The See CONFERENCES Page 6A Maria Montez Dies In France Hollywood Actress Drowns In Bathtub PARIS beau auburnhaired spitfire of the died at her suburban home apparently from drowning in her She was 31 years Solid Food For First Time Gains Support At Pact Sessions Czechs Imitate Russians With Robert Earl sits down to a turkay supper at his homo abla to aat for the first time in his Robert was born without an esophagus and for years took nourish ment through a A recent operation provided him an eso phagus and the ability to eat Senate Expected To Okay Billion For Airpower Approval Certain After Mention Of New Fantastic Weapons Now Being Developed By EDWIN HAAKINSON WASHINGTON Sen ates pursestring committee meets today to put almost cer tain approval on another bil ion boost in the nations airpower so as to assure delivery of what one senator termed weapons be yond The multibillion dollar beefing Up for Navy and Air Force avia with it a directive for an Air Force of at least 95 approved by an ap propriations subcommittee late The full committee was called to act Young RND told a re porter the word of new weapons led to the subcommittee decision to add the extra billions to a bill which carried more than bil lion when approved by the Both Young and Maybank another agreed that the mysterious new weapons were devastating and non Official secrecy shrouded the nature of the weap Pledged to other Sen ators didnt even want to be quoted by name about and Penta A Adita found gon officials remained tishfrlipped OMahoney chaii man of the subcommittee made n mention of new weapons when h announced the increase in fund above amounts asked by Presiden Truman or voted by the Nobody wants World War Assenting Note Other Countries Lining Up Behind And Britain By JOHN HIGHTOWER SAN FRANCISCO Russias ig attack on the Japanese Peace eaty fizzled into minor key as mtion after nation lined up behind he sponsored Of the 26 nations that took a Jand through only two and icunced the At least 21 more were slated to make known their positions today Feuds With Airmen SAN An drei Gromyko and his Russian center of specula tion concerning1 a possible walk were the first to arrive for todays sixth working session of the Japanese peace confer New Speculation Arises After M Arthur Speech Observers Debate Political Aims Of General After Speech Attacks Truman And Followers plants are manned by the Aircraft Only Red Poland was due to jom he Indonesias attitude was not Czechoslovakia picked up the Soviet refrain But Czech deputy foreign failed to match the vituperation lashed the day before by Russias Andrei French Foreign Minister Robert Schuman decried the Communist We want he but whatever we our intentions are systematically misinterpreted or The possibility of a Russian walkout hung over the Predictions of a Russian walkout came both from Ambassador John Foster second ranking and Bridges an Dulles said in a radio interview last night he doubted that the Russians would sign the treaty be spec OMahoney The rrt theV wont want IS have refrained from tatfcrs to the it because they know we have the atomic This will assure the world that we have airpower ade quate to carry the bomb any Young pointed to Trumans speech in San Francisco this week in which the President said new weapons could wipe out civiliza is fantastic what can happen with the use of the new weapons that are now under construction in this only the one that we all fear but these are some other weapons which are fantastic in their the President Young The President cer tainly was not They are something new and Young They are See WEAPONS Page 6A Upset Truck Blocks Gromyko On Way To Treaty Sessions Miss Montez in the un and immediately called a doctor and The fire men attempted for three hours to revive Miss Montez through arti ficial but their efforts were Miss Montez actor Jean Pierre was sum moned to the home in suburban Suresnes from the Paris where he had been making a on location Friends said the who had been working at a furious pace on European films and stage ap pearances In recent had comnlained of a touch of heart trouble but that they did not believe at the time her condUJon was Omy recently the brown eyed actress returned to Paris from where she had been work ing in her latest entitled a vehicle suited to her sirenlike Before that she had been work ing in motion pictures in France and and in addition had been making stage appearances in Belgium and Luxem Miss Montez had made her home See ACTRESS Page 6A SAN FRANCISCO 4VAn over turned truck blocked both traffic lanes as Russias Andrei Gromyko speed to todays session of the Ja panese peace treaty His heavily increased police es speeding at 70 miles an led the Russians cars into the path of oncoming which was cleared by and all made it safely around the The truck had overturned some time before the Russians reached the The accident occurred within hours after the FBI had heard a report that an attempt would be made to assassinate the Russian deputy foreign minister as he drove up bloody Bayshore highway to the session of the Japanese peace treaty The report said treaty The report saic kos car in an apparent As a result of the FBI the Russian delegation was given an extraordinary police With sirens screaming and speed ometers pointing to 70 miles ar the heavy police escort anc Waynick Is Out Ambassa dor to Colombia Capus Way nick tookhis name out of the for governor of North Carolina Waynick told newsmen at a specially called news confer ence at 2 that he has de cided not to enter the contest for which he had been promin ently mentioned for many After thanking the dozen or more newsmen for attending the conference Waynick said I have decided I will not be candidate for After a short vacation in the States I will return to my post M ambassador to Colom Bridges said he picked up his information from a foreign delega tion with usually accurate intelli He expressed hope the re port was not true because the Com munists have played the game of cat and mouse with the peace of the world long The treaty is scheduled to be signed Late this after noon Polands Stefan Wierblowski is listed to There was no reason to believe he would depart from the line taken by Gromyko Wednesday and See TREATY 6A the Russians topped the grade of Boneyard just south of San In the path of the cars blocking joth northbound was an over turned with two beer trucks lined up behind The Highway Patrol car leading the parade swerved into the path of the oncoming traffic and all got by The truck had overturned before the Russian delegates got under way to the conference from their Although police generally ex Dressed skepticism that any at tempt would be made on Gromy kos the FBI report stirred much The FBI notified state The report said White resentful of the had designed the The Russian delegation had this escort Four State Highway Pa trol two Hillsborough police cars one San Francisco oolice carrying four police See GROMYKO Page 6A LuLong Confident ATLANTIC Miss North Carolina prepared today to enter a talent contest in the Miss America Pageant with the confidence of a girl who already has one contest victory to her LuLong the Smith beauty won the bathing suit contest Wed nesday Western beauties rode off with the honors in the second round of the Miss America pageant last South Dakotas Miss Marlene Margaret of Parkston won the tattling suit award and Miss Colleen Kay of Salt Lake City took the talent Mark chief of Ground is in the thick of the feud between the Army and the Air Force over use of tactical air Clark opposes the airmens view that all air op erations should remain under control of the Air He says an Army commander should be in charge of tactical Army Split Over Airpower Issue Opinions Divided On Troop Support BY DON WHITEHEAD WASHINGTON Army is a house divided within itself today in the feud with the Air Force over close air support for ground No one in the Army is airing these differences But here is a wellplaced officer group which is arguing quietly that it would be a grave mistake for the Army to lean too heavily on the Air Force for frontline Mark chief of the Ground has said an Army commander should have full operational control of all tactical aircraft that are assigned to him for close support Close support means that the planes use their rockets and machineguns in direct support of the men in the Clark Void others think these tac tical aircraft should be controlled more directly by the ground com view which the Air Force does not At present the two services operate under a system of joint control of tactical But the Army has no solid front in this There are com bat veterans who are disagreeing with the Armycontrol idea and siding more with the Air Force point of The thinking of this group goes like this In another would be with main job of the tactical air force would be to whip the Russian air force and keep the Russian planes off the infan trys That is going to be a fulltime one Army officer told There are going to be few planes available for close support of ground Too many ground commanders depend too much on air power to help It was true in the last war and its true in They have the weapons to do the job See AIR POWER Page 6A BY RELLMAN MARION CLEVELAND new wave of speculation about Douglas Mac Arthurs political intentions rose today following a speech in which he again attacked the Tru man administration and said its leaders are not to be At the same MacArthur made a remark that brought ap plause and laughter from some of whom thought he was re ferring to Robert He had praised Ohios contribu tions to past and con smiling he said pausing and Indications multiply that this leadership may even increase in the not too distant After the the Generals aide Major Courtney Whit ney declined to amplify when a re porter asked him if the statement referred to Youll have to do your own Whitney MacArthurs program today in the Cleveland area Thompson called for visits to three factories the Fisher Body Division of General Motors and the Cleve land Graphite Bronze The Workers Alliance the United Auto Workers CIO and the Mechanics Educational Society of America He also planned toplace a wreath on the grave of Newton Secretary of War in Woodrow Wil sons his and the oth er members of his party were scheduled to leave for New York by air in the early The General drew round after round of applause last night from an audience estimated by police at in the public The building had accommodations for He was interrupted 31 times hi a 35minute sometimes with shouted answers to his occasionally by and most often by clapping and Most of the reactions came to his criticisms of the administra tions financial and hist attacks on the State He cited the State Department as an example o fwhat he called a steady drift toward totalitarian He said the department is See MACARTHUR Page 6A Reds Silent On UN Demand For New Truce Site Suspended Sessions Go Into 15th Day Fighting Increases By DON IIUTH TOKYO W New Communist notes swirled today in the ming cauldron of wasted words that left peace in Korea as remote Graham Believes Dispute In Kashmir Can Be Settled By HAROLD MILKS NEW Frank United Na tions mediator in the Kashmur will leave the Indian subcontinent on 12 for Geneva where he will write his findings for the Security Coun Graham refused to say his mis sion was a He still believes the IndianPakistan Trover pos session of Kashmir dm be The former senator pre sented a formal proposal for settle ment to Prime Minister Nehru to reliable sources Up until now all his approaches to both Indian and Pakistan leaders have been on an informal The formal proposal was not accepted by Sources close to the mediator said he was severely shaken by his failure to move Nehru from the position the Indian leader has taken on the Kashmir It is believed Graham will now present the same formal proposal to Prime Minister Llaquat All Kahn in The mediation team will begin final conferences with Liaquat All to Following todays Graham lunched with Nehru and his Vljayalaskahmi In dian ambassador to A member of the Graham mis sion said its departure was has tened by comment in a number as Sharp fighting flashed again on the explosive western front while the Kaesong armistice talks re mained suspended for the 15th straight Two Allied outposts fought their way out of Chinese Red traps Northwest of The main United Nations Una braced for an expected Communist The new Red notes rejected the latest Allied denials of responsibil ity for neutrality zone violations at There was no Red answer to Matthew Ridgways insistence on selection of a new truce Red Chinas Peiping radio broad cast the two new messages from North Korean Nam senior Red to Vice Turner Joy negotia Both notes rejected Joys three denials Tuesday of Red charges u completely One note brushed aside Joys In sistence that no Allied plane dropped a flare inside the Kaesong neutral zone the night of Your sides grave responsibility for these incidents can by no means be turned aside by youi message which disregards the ficts nJVStfV iurfer c of Indian newspapers to the effect that its welcome here is worn It was denied officially that Graham planned to write an in terim report in with a re of time for fforia to solve the issue which has led Pakistan and India to the brink of When we we are fin ished one member of the mission A spokesman said Graham him self feels the issue can be solved if only both factions will com promise a little It was pre dicted his report will reflect this At his farewell news conference here Graham merely announced his d e p a r t u re plans and ex pressed thanks for the hospitality shown him by His departure finds tension between India and which was boiling to wards war fever a month somewhat Although troops See GRAHAM Page 6A An Autograph From Andrei Former Ambassador To Dies and denies Nam your side must also accept the heavy responsibility for the fact that from 29 up to the present your military aircraft have persisted in unscrupulous incessant penetrations over the Kaesong neutral Nams second note rejected Joys denial of Red charges that South Korean troops killed Red military police in the neutral zone on 19 and Said Nam today No denials of facts can free your Bide from the serious respons ibility that you must bear for 1 two Our side has quate witnesses and material dence to confirm the inesca responsibility of your Both Ridgway and Joy repeal ly have told the Reds that Investigations disprove the Peiging radio also hashed another the Command has not published full texts of Red statements oof alleged Kaesong Ridgways public See KOREA Page 6A Demos Eye Texas Voting By HAROLD OLIVER WASHINGTON Demo cratic none too happy over their partys skimpy nominal ma fear a Republican may slip through in a special Texas Election tomorrow to add to their This is one of possibly elections to be held before the first of the year to fill existing arjd prospective The freeforall in Texas 13tU district administration stalwarts may see a repeat performance of the cial election in which a Ben beat 10 Democrats in the 18th Texas district for the first GOP victory in Democratic Texas in Guill polled only votes against a combined Democratic total of Under the he needed only a And so it could be tomorrow when a lone Joe Jack ion of Wichita runs against even including formei described as closer to the administratioi iewpoint than the other Demo Edith a prohibi ion and Walter orrner administrative assistant to Lyndon also are Texas law does not provide for a primary or other method of se ecting candidates for special elec They are open to thus permitting a lone Republican to split the opposition and win with out a When faced by a single opponent in the regular No vember election in Guill lost by to for his Demo cratic The 13th district election is to fill the seat vacated by Ed a who resigned to take a job with the Southwestern Bell Telephone This is one of yet to be made exist ing in the where the lineuu is now 232 197 Remibli and one A ma jority is See DEMOCRATS Page 6A fl James ambas sador to Germany before this coun try entered World War died yes terday at hte summer home He was He had been ill with a bronchial ailment for some His his only close was at his bedside when he She is the former Mary daughter of the late Marcus a western copper in was a corporation lawyer and life long For many years he was treasurer of the Democrat ic He was a New York State Su preme Court justice before he re signed in 1913 to go to Berlin as While in Germany the Democrats nominated him for Senator but he was Gerard re ceived some votes for the Demo cratic presidential nomination in The nomination was won by James Gerard had been in Berlin abou a year when World War I started S entered the the crisis brought to the fore his bluntness and forceful The Ambassador threatened to itage a sitdown strike in front trf Kaiser Wilhelms Berlin palace un ess his demands were answered or more humane treatment of Allied prisoners of After United States severed re ations with the Kaisers govern ment the Germans ordered Gerard a sign certain documents before he could leave The dip omat replied that he Would stay lere until hell freezes over be fore He won his point and inally was allowed to leave Ger German officials once warned Gerard that Germans in America would side actively witn the Kaiser if the entered the Gerard replied that America had lampposts on which to hang any halfmillion Germans who tried After returning from Gerard quit the diplomnatic service and went back to his law practice He had been active in his business Allies Capture Enemy Ground Encircled Units Of UN Fight Free By JOHN RANDOLPH TOKYO troops Chinese Communists off two today on the Western Front Reds earlier encircled two During the ticklish days before See GERARD Page 6A Harrys Brother In Dark By ERNEST VACCARO Iff President Trumans own brother said today he doesnt know whethei Truman will seek But virtually everyone else among the Presidents close friends and political associates here are convinced that his hat was tossed into the ring with his speech to a San Francisco Democratic party rally Among the majority of Russias Andrei Qromyko signs his name for an autograph seeker at San Franciscos Opera House during a session of the Japanese peace treaty conference A military policeman stands guard to prevent spectators coming down the aisle from rear of the The unidentified autograph seeker oame up to Gromyko from the stage there hasnt been any doubt in This reporter talked with the Presidents Vivian Truman of nearby who has had several talks with the Chief Executive since he flew in here Frankly I dont know whether the President will he He hasnt told Retired Major Ralph Truman of the Presidents first cousin and one of his strongest said he also is in the I do not Truman I do know the President would like to retire to Missouri to devote his full time to the memo rial library and visiting with his friends and The President talked over plans or the to be erected near he Truman farm at with George Allen is the wisecracking insurance exec utive and promoter who is a close friend of Truman and Dwighi supreme command er of the Atlantic Pact forces in Allen insisted he didnt have the slightest idea whether Els enhower will be available for the Republican presidential nomina It has now become a generally accepted fact among most top Democratic officials that the Gen if he runs at will not run as a Allen predicted that as of it would be my guess that the race will be between President Truman and Republican Robert A Taft of Nations Both surrounded units fought One immediately counterat A front line dispatch reported two companies of Reds fled from a hill without firing a shot after the Allies blasted them with tank and field The recaptured knoll is northwest of which is seven miles north of the 38th Farther north infantrymen won a second hill after three hours of close Reds fought and attacked alt along the Western half of the front in actions that had the earmarks of a prelude to a new In the mountainous stiffen ing Communist resistance checked I two attacks by Second sion Second Division troops were en gaged in a pitched battle with Reds atop one ridge north of A Second Division assault on an other hill was stalled by fiercely resisting While the Reds were showirm new aggressiveness In the several groups of 300 to 800 were spotted moving away from the bat tle They also moved two tanki that the Air Force had re ported knocking out Thursday dur ing a heavy Chinese attack nep of todays larger engagements on the Western Low hanging clouds shroude1 most of the battle hamperlrr Allied warplanes and furnishine cover for Red troop Communist strikes at patroU Jr rticated they wanted to move inte the wide belt of nomanslanr which has separated opposing forces in the West for The Red movement encircled on American company Thursday two other outposts The ensuing fights proved Bee ELECTION Page 6A I to the See WAR Page 6A   

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