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   Rocky Mount Evening Telegram (Newspaper) - February 20, 1957, Rocky Mount, North Carolina                                nut GRAM PHONES mbllsherClrenUtlon SoclelyBookkecplnr Dial Dial MOOR Dial Claislflfd Advertising SporU Department FAIRY HARPER BOX L83 COTC CB EVFN 9 WEATHER Fair and colder tonight mrally clnudy FORTYSIXTH YEAR 16 PAGES Two ROCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY DAILY 35e 1 A Six European Nations Agree On Trade Pact Atomic Pool To Be Established By Six Nations By STANLEY JOHNSON PARIS M leaders of six West European nation s today agreed on treaties providing for eventual abandonment of trade barriers among them and creation of an atomic Emerging from hc final ses sion of a threeday French Foreign Minister Chris tian Pineau told There was complete agreement and you will soon have a communique to prove Pineau said the treaties would be signed in Home as soon as possible but that no date had been Once they would have to win final approval from the parliaments of the six West the Netherlands and Tho French minister said ex perts now would nut the pacts in to Final textual form along me lines agreed on at the current Disagreements which inieai ened the revolutionary were overcome in an intensive allday meeting yesterday of the premiers and foreign Belgian Foreign Minister Paul Henri prime mover of the plans lor a common market ana the euralom stayed up most of the night editing the last davs ongressional Leaders Ike Middle DISCUSS PAY Jack Love Mecklenburg and Frank Martin look over bill they introduced to general assembly which would give all state employees 15 Last week they introduced a bill to give school teachers a 20 United Press Telephoto More Mona To Be Asked For Licenses RALEIGH Legislature Under tho common market plan will be asked lo increase the price of state hunting and fishing li Teacher Pay Hike Group Opposed To Sanctions Against Israel WASHINGTON bipartisan group of Congress1 top ap parently aligned solidly against applying sanctions to went into conference with President Ei senhower today on the turbulent Middle East The aim of the session was to work out something short of sanc tions that will get Israeli troops out of occupied Egyptian Lyndon Johnson ot Democratic leader of the paused on the White House thresh old to restate his opposition to sanctions against Israel unless WASHINGTON OT President Eisenhower will go on the air to night to report to the American people on the Middle East situa tion and Israels refusal to with draw troops from the Strip and the Gulf of The White House said the hour would be de cided It asked for time on all TV and radio Still RALEIGH UF Spotlight the six nations of some million with the people would do away wi customs and tariff barriers among thorn over a trial period of 12 to 17 At the same time they would work toward establishment unified tariff system on im censes and to enact a socalled worm This was decided yesterday by the Wildlife Resources Commis State hunting and fishing 1U Ol Unitien UUlll mmi dim nailing u noris from outsidn tho six j censes now cost The Sponsors also beliovo the plan Legislature will bo asked to in would have a tonic effect on their crcase the price to each and since it would do away with many of tho protective ai ms behind which they have shel Euralom would set up a sixna tion pool of atomic materials and a unified program for producing nuclear power and possibly atom ic Spaak and his colleagues envi sion their sixnation group as the inner core of the freetrade area of 17 West European countries which Britain is Hie British their scheme will un ify and streamline Western Tui ropcs to the point where it can compete with those of Rus sia and the United The toughest at current sixnation confer once TIIC Vench ft ainct of half a billion dollars anyor if T Jl f to put the cost of a combination license at At the combination license sells for The price of county would not be The proposed worm bill would require natural bait fisher men lo buy a county At these fishermen are not required to have a license if they fish in their home Twice this proposal has been de The commission agreed to sup port a bill now before the Legis lature which would give the com mission authority to open the sea son on doe deer in areas where they are too The commission said it powerful Appropr i a t i o n s Committee ap pears set to play its customcry role in making the first decision on salary increases for NorUi Car olina school teachers and other state In a vote which had the effect of endorsing orderly the House yesterday defeated by a 5853 roll call tally a rcsolutioif which would have directed the committee to provide teachers with a 15 per cent pay the narrow margin and explanations by House mem bers as they voted gave new in dications that the Legislature fi nally may approve a salary hike well over the per cent recom mended by Hodges and the Advisory Budget Appropriations Committee mem bers sat in with the House and Senate Finance Committee yes terday lo hear Brandon Hod ges of Asheville on proposed tax chairman of the study group which drafted tho tax declared that North Carolina must create a better in dustrial climate to they are applied also to Egypt and But he said Uiat while the Democratic Policy Committee supported this position unanimous ly I dont think there teacher representatives will have is any Democratic their chance to plead for higher I think theres an American they have point of Johnson called for an increase of about 20 Johnson We shouldnt per George Uzzell of Rowan offered the resolution which would have instructed the committee to provide a 15 per cent It was killed on a motion to table it by Roger Kiser of Scot himself a See SALARY Page 2A Postal Budget Cuts Blasted WASHINGTON aced with have one policy for the strong na tions and one for the weak na My view is that there is no place for politics in foreign pol HOT RODDER priest bends over the blanketcovered body of Jomei Navan to administer last rites next to stripped down hot rod in Ray monds Cemetery in New died when his carran into the William who was also in the was reported in critical United Prass Telephoto Others among the 28 visitors from the capitol who spoke out sanctions included Halleck RInd assistant minority leader in the and Alexander Smith Smith said he thinks the emphasis should be on negotiations and attempting to work things out on a reasonable Meeting with the congressional leaders of both parties in the Cab inet room at the White in addition to the were Vice President Secretary of Satchmo Dynamite Incident A dy State Dull and Henry Cabot over proi josed the House seek 6f a law to prohibit industries and atract new moved into its second day of de hate today on a money bill for the Treasury and Post Office de The committee recommended a reduction of 58 million dollars in a fund one from chasing a deer with vrar for development of France Sa motorboat while it is swimming A i huce territories in Dutcli sources said after much in tho In some it was it is common prac House and Senate Appropria tions and Finance committees were scheduled to meet again this afternoon to hea p L 1 IQ A B J the premiers agreed 0 tice to chase a swimming deerienuc Commissioner Kugene Shaw ionllv by tllc is still ar more lhailjhe Bridges HI ixuv fntm comparable programs tnis lil fo up 100 million dollars a year five with the option of the plan to 12 with a motorboat and kill the aniand his staff begin a detailed ex mal when it steps Another legislative proposal the ating the planation of the lax bill incorpor for to the United Those invited to the White House included the top party leaders of both Senate and House and the senior Democratic and Republican members of the Foreign Armed Services and Appropria tions Only two were missing when meeting got under way about 10 tes They were RNH and Hennings Hennings hurried in a few Two Freed Under Bond Race Case Ry HENRY BRADSHER 0Two white one of whom city de tectives say was photographed wearing Ku Klux Klan were free under bond today on charges of dynamiting the home of a Negro integration James York and Henry Alex ander surrendered to Sheriff Butler yesterday after the grand jury had indicted them in the Detectives Jack Shows and Ward said a road scraper operator for the was in a pic ture of a group of unmasked men in Klan robes and hoods walking on city streets shortly before a KKK rally in York and Alexander are Ignores namite explosion outside scarcely caused Louis Satchmo Arm strong and his Negrowhite band to miss a beat last night in a jazz concern before a segregated Thats all the gravelthroated Negro trumpeter as the sound of the blast echoed through the administra tion building at the citys Chilho wec Its just the Nobody got only a few persons got up to see what hap and the show went There were no injuries a n d j scarcely any The which police said apparently was caused by no Police said the explosive ap parently was tossed over a 10 foot wire fence from a car which passed the building without They said they had clues as to who threw Segregation groups previously have protested white and Negro even on a segregat ed at Chilhowee Park for concerts such But there had protest against last nightt See SATCHMO Page 2A as been no public Seek Solution Gua rd i r t j j fc JJWLJ4J1 Contributions to the umd reporiea commissjon will sponsor woula ljttwlt llic Iy would include 32 million noii tlmrjze it to iicense and regulate miltee will begin holding hearings 1 f C HUG i CSV I i i i rni r 11 the Appropriations Com lars each from France and 14 million each from j Belgium and the and eight million from New Parkway commercial shooting There on budget requests for the com are four in the See LICENSES Page 2A ing In the course of the education officials and the young child house when ASHINGTON WJ A Ho the They were Baltimore Holding Up Strike Settlement WASHINGTON Iff more gaps in the BALTIMORE Closing oflslood alone altimore asked about the shook his Blue Ridge T s the only port The Post Office Department complained that cuts would force curtail existing services j and make it impossible to Gary who headed a subcommittee that drafted the said it is obviously ridicu lous to claim the action would minutes See ISRAEL Page 2 A require dismissal of now on the employes There are many places where the department can effect savings he claiming that by halting Saturday deliveries called junk mail of what he advertising matter sent at cheap rates it holding up settlement of a week Parkway is listed by the Park Service under urgently neededold strike of the in the year starlingLongshoremens July International M vl I T Presence of a top federal medi An appropriation of isator and two more hours of talk requested lor the mounamong officials of the Steamship taintop parkway in Virginia and Trade last night produced j i Aiintlimi no apparent Another ses North Director Conrad Wirth of was scheduled late lational Park in testi The chief of Baltimores N tnony made public said the program for the new year is di rected toward urgently nccclea projects in the Blue Ridge and three other national These Wirth are confined mainly to the clos ing of gaps in the struction so as to make additional units available to the visitor and to protect the federal investment already made through the preven tion of further deterioration of partially completed Next years he added 400 ILA August insists the STA go along with a master contract negotiated Sun day with New York shippers and agreed to last night in Hampton Philadelphia also reached agreement yesterday and New England dockers are reported ready to return to work when they get the Robert Moore 2 man in the Federal Mediation sat in on the twohour night ses sion in he in testimony before a House Aplsaid he saw little if any progress E Moore was chiefly responsible ropriations calls being or this work NORTH CAROLINA Surface for the New York pattern settle trcatinient and completion of the Oconaluftee River bridge on an 111 STA President John mile gap betweenWolf Laurel the parkways terminus at Ravensford the grading of 15 miles from the end of the present paving at Soco Gap running south to Highways 19A and 23 at Balsam Gap completion of a scenic 11mile section between See PARKS page 2A head and muttered A source close to the dispute has said that if longshoremen re turn to work in other North At lantic ports before things are set tled it would cause a serious split between Baltimore dockers and the ILA front office in New If this the source said most longshoremen here would bolt the ILA and join its rival un the AFLCIO International Brotherhood of The snag at Baltimore contin ued a strike of longshore men from Maine to Hampton Roads union officials said further sessions would be held there today or tomorrow lo iron local issues before Ihe dockers are ordered back to A 32centanhour increase spread over the three years is in the new ILA contract Dockers now average an The STA in Baltimore balked at four provisions of the master and additional 2 cents in welfare one more paid holiday and an escalator clause on wages for the third could save 10 million dollars an Gary joined with other commit tee members in urging that Con gress boost retail rates to cut down the departments mush rooming But Canfield a member of Garys said thegroups action was ar He contended it disre garded what he said was the ever increasing workload of the Post Office The bill allots to the Canal Operation Plan Offered By TOM 1IOGE UNITED Secretary General Dag Hammar was expected to relay to Egypt today a fournation plan for interim operation of ihe Suez Canal that would give Egypt at least half the Authoritative sources said rep resentatives of the United France and Norway pre sented the plan last night in a 30 mimile meeting with Hammar It reportedly hinged on these two main points Dividing the canal tolls with Egypt on a 5050 basis once the waterway is opened to Tolls would be paid to the World Bank or to the Half the money then would be credited to Egypt and the other half held and 1WOl Armed Services subcommittee oiasi ocNegroes were in to other phases the milk and J1 reserve program today while were Up Police Chief G Ruppenthal said 10 that the dynamiting of Abernathys home and at three other blasts of the seven mi There were three NRro Montgomery recently were white musicians in the petrated by members of the addition to the Negro song gomery branch of the Ku Mux stress and lt He said the incident Under Alabama law dynamiting which he obviously wasnt tak HJV V an inhabited dwelling is punish able by York and free on bonds of and Russians May Resume Cold War In Mideast Treasury Department and final canal settlement is 000 to the Tax Court for the new fiscal Senate Studies Mideast Plan WASHINGTON M1 Senate the canal ran out of speakers on its first Sue UN day of debating President Eisen howers Middle East but leaders held today to their estimates that two weeks will be required for Much of the battle is expected next week when the Senate starts consideration of changes beyond those which two committees al ready have recommended in Ei senhowers original Elsenhower asked specific yance authority to vise troops if necessary to help any Middle Eastern country seeking aid Use of the 103mile canal by ships of all including Is The British Foreign Office said the worlds major shipping na tions had agreed to share the Suez tolls with but London observers predicted the Egyp tians would derpand 100 per cent From the time Egypt national 26 until it was expected to come up for trial May 27 or See BLAST Page 2A ing very would not af fect his current The group will play tonight in as he the horn dont know any thing about he Ill play anywhere theyll Justice Official Faces Oil Probe Query WASHINGTON A Justice Department official faced ques tioning today from senators criti cal of antitrust immunity granted 15 major oil firms participating in the emergency oil lift to Victor new head of the departments Antitrust was called before a joint hearing by the Senate Antitrust and Pub lic Lands Chairman OMahoney DWyo of the group said he thinks the investigation may show that in ternational corporations como pretty close to governing the United Hansen recently returned from an onthespot inspection in Eu the merce Committee House asked Corn Presi Rathbone of the Standard Oil of New Jersey to return for more public ques Rathbone said yesterday that a reeent increase in prices for crude gasoline and other products was tong H would have taken place in 1957 even if the Middle East crisis had not de he He said the European emer gency was working well and we nave not forgotten our it sought to compromise an Army National Guard dispute over re cruit Subcommittee Chairman ton Brooks IDLa said the group probably will work next week on a compromise between the Armys demand that new Guard recruits get six months active duty and the Guards insistence that those under 18la be required lake only 11 Brooks indicated he has been impressed by the arguments in favor of six months training but is concerned also that nothing be done to hurt the which says the requirement would wreck its The subcommittee heard one dissent from Guard ranks yester Roy com mander of the 49th California Guard said he had insti tuted the sixmonth rule his command and was delighted with the Extension wont kill of the requirement the it wiil make the he adding that parents are impressed by the argument that their sons would have a better chance of surviving in war if they are well He predicted an increasein en but in adjutant generals office aaid the Rescue Delayed MCMUKDO Antarc tica The Navy ice breaker Glacier got orders today to hurry to the rescue of a Japanese ship trapped in ice OH tho other side of this frozen critically short of the Glacier must detour north n Australia for refueling before trying Ihe H will be at By WILLIAM RYAN AP Foreign News Analyst Soviet rubrs appear to be pre paring for a fullscale renewal of the cold war on two in the Middle East to fight off a threat of growing American and against President Tito of Party boss Nikita Khrushchev and Premier Bulganin have drawn heavily once again from the old Stalinist arsenal of ver bal In their speeches at ing prepared for some sort of I against overt Communist aggros showdown among the and permission to spend up to 200 million dollars of foreign lin leaders Along with the violent attacks on the United Bulganin and and the Soviet press have raised the old so familiar in Stalins aid funds for military and eco nomic aid in the Tho House has approved his request with little The Senate Foreign Relations al adventures to describe ffi rr least another 17 days before tho a Bulgarian reception Tuesday powerful ship can reach the two Soviet leaders use4 tho stricken Soya hemsuch old familiar terms as war med i ice monger and insane internation pack south of There arc lift crewmen and scientists on the Soya a One can speculate from this 2100ton Coast Guard cutter that Bulganin and converted into an while they retain their nominal It also carries a years supply leadership of the party and gov of But there Is danger the keep their positions by toleration of the rest of the col lective In thoir state forcocl to remain through Ihe Imenls there is a hint of cles approaching antarctic indicating a possibility that the Soviet population is be pressure of the thick ice pack may crush the hull if it is rapidly for vigilance against in and Armed Services committees ternal and external revised his resolution to read that This cry was raised in the same if the President firds it way during the struggle for the United States is prepared power in after Stalins to use armed force to combat It preceded the arrest and i Communist aggression t h e r execution of police boss Many senators contend Kisenhow already has the tvoop author But while the Soviet Unions ity he leaders struggle their own Lyndon Johnson of Tex internal political problems and the Senate Democratic with what appears to be a urged passage of the amended ing ferment among the youthful resolution yesterday as a means sector of the they IU pear to be throwing up breast works against further Soviet propaganda losses in their sat tellite Communist empire and in the Middle Moscow has indicated of telling the Communists to keep out of the Middle It would serve he that aggressive communism will be opposed not by just one and not by just one branch of but by the instituJ responsibilities to the American division showed a net loss of 107 Ihe consumer here at men jn January home is assured of adequate sup The compromise most spoken plies o gasoline and heating oil now Would involve a delay in the At the Senate Hugh mandatory six months head of he Oil and Gas scheduled to apply to men Division of the Interior Departing AprU 1 or praised the decision yesterplans have been suggest6d for day of he Texas Railroad Corning the Guard a chance to mission to boost crude oil producits plan whu See OIL Page 2A ducements short of a flat ment to get recruits to fill out the six The Army also be required to help the Guard get Four Will Face Murder Charge UBFour Surry County persons will face trial on murder charges and a fifth on a charge of being an accessory aft er the fact of nvirder when Su perior Court convenes here in Two new murder charges were filed here yesterday in the shot gun slaying 7 of John Allen of Pilot Charged with murder are Mon roe 16 Johnny Liss 30 and Lusters Mamie all of Pilot Mountain and Amos May West V Irene Holder the See MUKDER Paso 2A I1 Moscow has indicated but by the instiUH blames Tito for much of its representing the united will See SOVIET 2A See MIDEAST Page 2A I HIT BY Navy attack conducting firing practice after apparently overshot their target and scored hits on this Coast Guard Light house off Marylands Eastern The lighthouse is in 9 feet of water near Holland Several missiles from the planes apparently went over the which was in line with the ricocheted on the water and strick the Two men stationed there received minor United Telephoto V Daily Almanac Sunrise Sunset Moonriso Thursday Last Quarter Thursday PROMINENT STARS rises follows ihe VISIBLE PLANETS in the west in the south low in south I i ii t n if itfU i ft t t i r i I J s Ll r   

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