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   Rocky Mount Evening Telegram (Newspaper) - September 5, 1952, Rocky Mount, North Carolina                                TfiLEOIUM PttOrffiS 0UI 5161i Clrooltttl Dial 6U2i Soeletf And Dill 6163 ManiilftR Dlnl nidfrlayCliisslfleH THE EVENING TELEGRAM Pair lonlffht and day with slowly risinjr tempera tit 311 SIXTEEN PAGES tonAT ROCKY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER unit Ftatnrt Servlm PRICE FIVE CENTS e Offers Program For Leadership In General Offers 10Point Program For World Peace Again Attacks That Mess By DON WHITEHEAD Dwtsht CluSlor wmlf peaceToday wnicfhe said b7 only by throwing the thcj 10Point Program Of office in To a wildly cheering throng of jampacked into Convention Hall here last like the GOP presidential nominee said Lets sweep this country with such a wave of determin ation and action that the little the the false prophets of the false doctrine that it cant be will be tossed out of power ind the real t America given a to move On that offering a point peace program of his own formally launched piMSMpnMal to Chicago and a fiveday tour of the Midwest touching Illinois Ohio and In he was scheduled to meet at noon with Republican leaders and candidates for state in Illinois and for in our rHILADISLPHIA Is crs 10 pcacc An administration Washington which we selves can An administration that puts its trust In the A foreign policy clear and positive Allies In South Middle Asia and Africa who must be bound to us in The aid by peaceful means of the right of every one to live In Unswerving support Of the United An America economically Philadelphia Crowd Greets Ike strength An America strong rnlH tarlly but striving for perman ent peace with general dis Imaginative and practi cal use of every other means with ward and precinct workers in Cook County The P h 11 ade Iph i a speech across the nation by tel evision and a day of thunderous ovations for Eisen hower and his It began when an estimated or more people thronged the downtown of Philadel phia to cheer the GOP candi date on his arrival from New York It reached a peak when Eisen hower stepped onto the flood lighted stage at Convention Hall while waves of rolled down from an audience packed to the John Fine of Pennsyl vania had started out with an in troduction but his voice was drowned out by roars as Eisen ruhbwer stepped from the wings of stage with a big smile on his lost no lash ing out at the DemocrattW admin He set the crowd to cheer ing by saying I have said and again and again that there is 6hly one issue in this f That Issue is the mess in Washing Then toe administration has bungled us perilously close to world war tyre will dedicate our L for peace he emphasized that although there is need bring hope to worlds enslaved mifst be lione only through peaceful He said shall never be we shall never He rejected and calledtor mutually profitable world trade and unwav ering support of the United Na latter plea getting only eak first move toward world he was to put an administration in Washington jphich we ourselves can Sie EISENHOWER Page 7A Dwight Eisenhower stands in his car and waves to crowds as he passes along Philadelphias Chestnut Street enroute to Independence Ike came to Philadelphia ior what the Republicans termed his kickoil speech in the presidential Root out of government those who would betray our system or abuse our confi Schools Rebel insf Board State Funds Cut Off From School RALEIGH Hertford County community which decided to turn its high school into a private school in order to escape consolidation can expect no help the State Board of The board ruled yesterday that which raisedthe mon ey to hire three must pro vide transportation and No state funds can be used if il becomes a private the board said in answer to a letter from a Harrellsville The board has ordered the Har rellsville pupils transferred to Mars Hill and Merry two to delay were turned Ldowvonce again by the Hill children must go to Cole rain Merry Hill students to the board The board heard Attorney Wood row Peterson declare that a longstanding Sampson County dis pute over location of a consolidat ed high school has been taken to The dispute concerns loca tion of a school to serve Taylors Bridge and Peterson said the suit will charge the Sampson board and Sampson Carter have acted arbitraruy and capriciously in the Lambs Cross Roads site for the proposed Peter son said his citizens of the See SQHOOL Page 7A Averages Down On Sandhills Tobacco Market RALEIGH prices by grades were quality was and the volume of offerings was heavy during yesterdays opening day compared to last on the five Sandhills Markets of the fluecured Middle Tobacco Five of the belts ten markets showed price averages ranging from to per hundred according the the and Department of Top price was per Most grades showed increases of to over last years opening Nondescript prices were with losses of 50 cents to Fine lemon lugs and quality green leaf also were Markets opening yesterday were San and The Mid dle Belts remaining five markets open on Last years total sales on open ing day were av eraging per Yesterdays principal marketings were low and fair fair and good nondescript and low Receipts of the Stabili zation under the govern ments price support program were estimated at 6 to 15 per as compared tolast years 25 per cent on opening On the Carolinas Border Belt yes prices continued to with losses mainly in the to bracket compared with Wednes days Volume was but larger of low quality and nondescript lowered the over all Eastern Belt prices remained steady to slightly with losses amounting to and per hun dred Sales volume was fairly heavy but more common and low marketings reduced Total Belt sales Wednes day amountedyto pounds at an of per hun See TOBACCO Page 7A Violinist Allowed Compromise Se tlement Of Huge Tdx Claim U By FRANK OBRIEN WASHINGTON fl Fritz Kreis worldfamed violin and his wife settled tax claims to in 1944 for the Bureau of Internal Revenue disclosed The bureau quoted Uic Vienna born violinist as saying he had no Intention of defrauding Hie gov became involved in the case through innocent bad advice and his own compli cated Officials said the compromise was accepted because of the agfi of the the complex nature of the governments Kreis ing practically nothing about his prosperous but1 tangled Kreisler said he had a ways de pended uppn adding I 1 ightest commercial Caudle To Help Probers In Justice Hearing Ousted Official Promises Full Cooperation In Investigation Of Revenue Bureau Scandal By HARRY SNYDER Allies To Begin Maneuvers Off Russian Border 13Day Exercise To Be One Of Largest Since World War II Norway Iff More than 160 Allied warships Including eight big aircraft carriers begin maneu vers off Scandinavia next warning Russia that the West Is ready to defend the seas even up to the Arctic Officially known as Operation the 13day war games will be one of the largest displays of Allied naval might since World War The ostensible purpose of the eightnation exercise is to give the participating navies an opportunity to cooperate In ma neuvers with their North Atlantic Treaty Military sources timf jfaMTiMgr nnjwrUintpsychological ef fects Demonstrate to Pen mark and little Iceland can and will be that they are an Integral part of NATO and not just an appendage to an Troops Beat Off Eight Red Attacks On Bunker Hill Bombers Blast Mining Center Presents Award For Handicapped Italy Mourns Chief Diplomat Count Sforza Dies After Long Illness ROME WVItaly today mourned her senior Count Carlo who died last night after a half century of antiFas cist service in world Cabinet member with out portfolio at the time of his death and twice in the past a for eign minister died in a Rome clinic after a years serious He would have been 79 on The cause of his death was not but reportedly he was treatment said to have clot His funeral will be Premier Alcide de Gasperi cut short his vacation to attend the services along with the countrys other top leaders and foreign en Sforzas fellow states men voiced their In Wash WASHINGTON Lamar Caudle goes behind a judiciary committees curtain of secrecy to day to help a congressional inves tigation of the Justice Department he once served as a top The onetime head of the rov ernments criminal and tax pivhe cuting agencies dismissed promised his fullest cooperatioil vual Serve notice on Soviet Russia that the Western Allies are fully prepared to resist attack any even in Arctic Allied headquarters for Northern located here in an nounced today that the NATO task force will assemble off Scotland Monday and The actual maneuvers will begin under the com mand of Britains Sir Fat rick commander in chief of Allied forces in Northern Eu rope They will end Participating will be ships and planes from the United Britain Den The Netherlands and The fleet will range Suffer 400 Casualties BY MILO FARNETt Korea in fantrymen and artillery today beat back eight savage Chtaesa Communist attacks on bloods Bunker Hill and fighter plastered a North Korean min ing The renewed fighting on er Hill was an ominous warning that the Reds still want the hill Caudle came up with his offe help after the committee charges that high justice o had a hand in getting a Lou grand jury to go easy an In vestigation of tax scandals there last Caudles name wasjmentioned along with that of former Howard McGrath and time Deputy Peyton among others J Ellis anotheE justice has the ion USS Wisconsin and Britains Vanguard down to vital Eight large carriers from the United Britain and Canada will provide the task forces aerial They include two Ameri can the Midway and the Franklin an dtwo small the Wasp and the ton Britain is sending three carriers as well as many other of types of The Soviet press In recent laid down a heavy carn aign against der He that he was responsible for grand Jury report to District Judge George Moore which one of the jurymen described as a Chairman Chelf DKy revealed that in response to an in vitation by the committee to com ment on the wrote a letter in which he denied any wrongdo Secretary of State mg jn connection with the Dean Acheson described his Italian Cneif sald Pord told gators he sent Slack to Louis to not the investiga colleague as a great statesman and a distinguished scholar who staunchly supported throughout his lifetime the principles of free dom and justice for which hene worked said De Gasperi in a trib served his country and its cause to the las and always was a loyal fighter for democracy and After 17 years in voluntary exile during the totalitarian regime of Benito Sforza returned to his homeland after the Allied landings in 1943 and played a lead Caudle already has discpssed his connection with the Chelf and so far has given us no information that would specifi cally incriminate any present or former high See CAUDLE Page 7A it Russiansare showing more than the naval Danish naval au thorities late month told a number of East German and Pol ish ships to get out of the port of Erederikshavn one of the cen ters of the A Danish Admiralty official said the Communist commanders showed a marked and curious in terest in the exercise Russian fishing trawlers anchored Tuesday night off the Da nish Faeroe 400 miles west of A Danish Admiralty spokesman commented that it might be the traditional appear ance of Russian fishing vessels in waters where the Western navies are staging Polio Strikes Six In Family SAN With ing part in lifting the nation from i 3lx of his nine chndien in the polio defeat to its present partnership with the Western As foreign minister under De Gasperi from 1947 until last Sforza signed the European Recov ery Program Pact with the United See COUNT page 7A Full Leaf Sale The tobacco market here had a full sale on Thursday and another was in the makingfor Ed Johnston sales said the floors were full this morning for todays and tobacco was being turned On a total of pounds was sold for for an average of Johnston reported that there still is a lot of common tobacco coming Prices looked good this morn Johnston He reported seeing several baskets for a isolation ward of a San Antonio farmer Paul Pehl said to day would not return to the farm where they apparently con tracted the Pehl walked wearily away from the ward where he had just left his sixth towheaded little 6yearold Dayton was admitted on Tuesday of this week foiir more of the Pehl 15 Paul 11 10 and Elaine 9 were admitted to the polio Pehl is a sunburned man from the hill country about 75 miles west of The children were a big help around the Pehl Ive a few crops What little the drought hasnt got the kids sure help take care Ive heard some where that overexertion has some thing to do with bringing on but my children certainly havent been overworked this Pehl saicThe wasnt suspicious of the cool waters of the Peder nales River where his children swam this summer or the familys well where they got their drinking He said he just wanted the place and besides if I leave it alone just like it was when the children left it might mean something to the research team they say will come up Lawrence the Pehl Gillespie said he family physician and County health would make a request to the Na tional Foundation lor Infantile Paralysis that a complete research program be undertaken at the Peh Feller said the parents and three other Pehl children were be ing watched for any signs of ill Stevenson Launches NineState Tour have not the s His H reau He knows noth ing he can oil Duringthe government cl cies jointly wife they lived told the bu y fid ears for which the imed tax deficien Kreisler and his abroad as nonresi dent Theiy were in this coun try only during such times as Kreis er Since then both have become American citi Icrs stock market and ductions he was entitled to but Kreislers affairs were compli had not cated by two c1 The case was brought t light in his Ii under the bureaus new ruling uniand made recor der which current compromise tax him by the coi settlements are automatically i corporations cc and old cases far ri upon requests giving specific paid to Things were fi orporations set up played concerts Is for fees paid lo Derations and the llected Kreisler3 her than the fees The bureaus voluminous file on the bureau repo the case indicated that the govthat Krei iprnment was somewhat dazzled by some of KreisJe its encounter with the rther t by the fact ler did not like financial deal arinss and that tht violinist tried to and that Kreisle lived up nn some v best artistic in knowSee TAXES page 7A entireswith By RELMAN MORIN Adlai primed for a was to fly to Denver today to open a campaign tour of the West that his managers hope will outmatch Dwight Eisen howers thunderous sweep through the He expects to hit nine states in nine traveling mostly by In at least one and possi bly the Democratic presi dential candidate intends to carry the fight to the an swering and attempting to mow down some of their major The Denver address tonight will be aimed at the GOP battle Its time for a Stevenson has been largely occupied with setting forth his own laying the broad foundation of his He has not answered in detail Republican accusations about corruption in nor taken public no tice of any direct attacks on him In the governor has flipped political at the he had concentrated on elucidating the principles of his own The Denver speech departs from this Stevensons campaign Wilson said he will pay his respects for one or more of the catch pxhrases and slogans of the Wyatt described the reports of Eisenhowers high powered drive through the South as merely in He It hasnt worried George Smathers of Florida took a different He said Eisenhower made a big impres It certainly means hes got some The Florida Democrat went on to say he considers it a possibili ty that Eisenhower might crack the solid South and carry In a conference here with the gov ernor yesterday Srnathers urged him to campaign in Smathers came out of the gov ernors office with a prepared in which He said some nice things about Stevenson President Truman gives Nils Franklin the Presidents trophy for the outstanding perform ance of the year by a handicapped Josef crippled for life while serving on a carrier in the is president of the Paraplegics Manufacturing Daughter helps in the presentation at India Withdraws Troops From UN Force In Korea Medical Unit To Be Called Home And Will Not Be Ending Indias Korean Role By HAROLD MILKS NEW India MJ A high yplaced source said today that Indias sole the United Nations forces in Korea the IndianIjMrivy medica vember and wont be The was made1 by Prime Minister Jawaharlal Neiiru and other leaders of his government have frequently criticized the campaigns against the North Korean and Chinese Com The Indian parachute medical battalion has won high honors foi ls attendance on casual ies since it went to Korea in It had been pre iumed here a similar group would e assigned to continue the ser ice wiien the men now there Failure to replace the ambulance init will end Indias direct con nection with the Korean Defense Ministry officials refused to comment on Nehrus eported terming it political question a matter for Prime Minister and Foreign Affairs As word of the action leaked tljere was general disappointment in military circles that India was jreaking its only link with the military Indias active support of the Korean campaign virtually ended when troops crossed the 38th Nehru had warned such action would spread the More recently Uie Indian Prime Minister has critized in Parliament and the bombing attacks on North Korea during the truce negotia Scott Asked To Offer Solution WINSTONSALEM Kerr Scott has been asked to take a land in the sitdown strikeof for ner Old Richmond high school stu who are holding out for the reactivaiton of the abandoned Kermit defeated Derrio ratic state senatorial candidate rom Forsyth wired the rovernor yesterday asking him to iclp the students by interceding with the state school How Scott was in Washington and Tray and the group will have to wait for his return for a 97 students and a See STRIKE Page 7A declared he would support But when reporters asked if h would campaign for the governo Smathers said he had used word support might mean to He said he does not agree with Stevensons position on civil rights the tidelands oil issue and Senate Rule 22 the rule re quires a 6040 affirmative vote to shut off a along with some 65 correspondents accompanying him on the Western watched a television broadcast last night of Eisenhowers Philadelphia The political writers were guests in the executive mansion for din 18Acre Crowd For Adlai Estimated For Plowing Party By GEORGE BRADLEY KASSON DODGE CENTER and Adlai will have an 18acre audience for theii Saturday speeches at the nationa plowing Site for the talks by the two presidential candidates is a naturu amphitheater of that with out any seats for the Each average that is will take up a standing space two by two square explained W whatever Roberts of directoi of That brings it to standees per or for the whole Could Roberts that committee would be more than satisfied if the expected crowd of just over shows Well have our hands full with even at that he They deserted the tables en when the broad cast of Eisenhowers appearance So did leaving before the ice cream The and the crowded into a small den where the television set was Ste venson smiled several times as the speech proceeded but ho made no Student Strike participated in the mornit strike at a mlna and gold ore processing center afc 25 miles north of Hung Gold would be needed by the Korean Communists to strength en their credit with Russia and Thursdays six blazing air bat tles equals the highest single day score of Sabre jet Twice before they destroyed 13 last 13 and July Eighth Army staff officers estimated 400 Reds were killed or wounded in two hours of bitter pre dawn The Reds stormed through intense defensive tire to within hand grenade range beforu columns At two waves of fighter bombers hurled 227 tons of explo sives and fire bombs in 326 sorties against a concentration of ore processing and mining buildings at in Northeast the Fifth Air Force Pilots reported they demolished 35 build ings and damaged Other fighterbombers blasted four supply dumps near Sibybn on the Haeju on the West In the same 12 B26 bombers pounded stockpiles at James Van Eighth Army told a strength in Korea has increased slightly the past few months to more than a A Although air attacks are hurting the he The enemy has rather ample stocks for an Van Fleet he does notr expect il neatral lared an infant Chinese parts of two fegi ments Into ai serious attack tortry to retake Bunker Guns and mortars thundered op both The Chinese alone iiredn 3000 rounds against Allied holding the bloody Seven straight assaults Allied ridgeline frontally eighth column tried to fir position from the A staff officer These attacks were made by elements of two coordinated by a division It shows they werent planned by some gloryhunting battalion or regimental command The renewed fighting on Bunker Hill was an ominous warning that the Reds still want the hill Aide To Shivers Says Daniels Is SlapDab Wrong On Pledge CLAYTON HICKERSON aide to Allan Shivers of Texas said that Jonathan prom inent North Carolina Democrat was slap dab wrong The who asked not to be was referring to Daniels statement last that Shivers liave violated a pledge given the Credentials Committee of the Dem ocratic national convention in re fusing to support Adlai Ste venson for Shivers was not immediately available for com Shivers only pledge at the na tional thje aide was to the effect that he would see to it htat the Democratic nomi nees were on the Texas general election The governor would make no pledge at the convention until the part saying ha would vote for and support the national nominees was taken former North Carolina national committeeman said in Rax leigh that at a session of the Orel dentials Committee he had asked Shivers if hewould by the decision of the He said Shivers replied that he Shivers gave me his word in public Daniels that if seated he would personally stand by the majority decision of regard himself In honor bound to the I regret to say that I regard the governors present as reported in the as a violation of the personal plege which he gave the Creden tials Committee at Daniels is a mighty firw j the aide Maybe hes just been reading the wrong 1 newspapers in North j He The only pledge Shivers made at the convention that he would see to it that the T natipnal nominees were on the See SHIVERS page 7A i AMA Journal Takes Swing At Television Crime Programs By ROBERT GOLDBNSTEIN CHICAGO Journal of the American Medical Association took a swipe today at some of tele visions crime and horror pro they could endanger the health of the nations astonishing little research has been done on the medical and psychological impact of television on the Journal said in an The Journal saidthai for its the growing hue and1 cry for eminent regulation and its ant evils of The Journal cited two studiei its conclusions A survey made by TV zlne of television on Lop Angeles stations the week of May A survey made by I Preston in 1941 on the effects of movie horror and radio shows on Inaddition to two score Minneown interest the television intiusl It said the TV Magazine survey sola highway two battry should acknowledge the artjshowed that in one week Los talions of state guardsmen and 300 verse medical and psychoUgicaligeles stations carried 852 major ui found in many suunj crime in addition to in j numerable saloon boy scouts will help handle the thousands of Parking is free in 11 open fields surrounding the speak ing From the parking the farthest a mile tractor drawn wagons will provide taxi haulage to the main Roberts admits one prospective concessionaire is worrying Fellow called me on the phone Thursday and asked what want gee Page 7A implications It should foster research on theigings and assaults and other impact of television on mind and nor acts of and should make a sustained per cent of the crime deluga effort to avoid programming shows on programs for potentially dangerous to the health of the nations the edi torial adding the television industry would be wel advised to accom plish this voluntarily and as rapid ly as possible in order to neutralize The editorial said study showed that in the 153 children subjected to horrop movies and radiq 76 cent showed increased 85 per cent suffered from i See   

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