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   Rocky Mount Evening Telegram (Newspaper) - November 26, 1957, Rocky Mount, North Carolina                                TELEGRAM PHONES Dial 5111 PabllihtrClroaUUBi Dili 851M SoolityBookkciplnr 65163 NtwiEdltorUI 6M64 Dliplij AdTtrllsInt Dlnl OlMilded Adrerllslni Dial 1MM THE EVENING TELEGRAM WEATHER Fnir and cold tonight warmer FORTYSIXTH YEAR M PAGES TWO scctiom ROCKY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 6c WEEKLY AFTER THE Price bank employe who opened vault for a very polite bank robber in Angier yester chats with bank cashier Haywood Hall right after bandit made off with It was fourth time in seven years the bank had been United Press Bank Holdup Man Sought By Police By BRVAN HAISLIP state and local officers pushed a search today for a nervous gunman who robbed an Angier Bank of yesterday and locked its six em ployes in the It marked the second time this year and the fourth in less than eight years that the Angier Branch French Public Still Unhappy By GEORGE MCARTHUR PARIS talks intended to ease some of the strains in the Atlantic Alliance drew toward aninconclusive close today with lltlle prospect of plac ating an aroused French public British Prime lan scheduled a final twohour meeting with Premier Felix Gail lard before a 24houi round 6F At the top of the list of touchy topics they discussed was the re cent shipment of British and arms to Tunisia over angry French The protests ex ploded yesterday in demonstra tions near the Embassy by about 300 Police broke up the group without French anger at the arms ship ments because they fear the guns will be used by Algerian reb els again turned attention to of the First Citizens Bank Trust has been Cashier Haywood who Judge To Rule On Gillilands Appeal Today MVSujjer ior Court Judge Raymond Ma u u j lard was expected to rule today experienced three said on whether character testimony Doctors Report Ike Is Progressing Very Well Later Statement Slated the threeyearold North Public sentiment rebellion in in France the youthful man visited me bank yesterday morning to talk about getting a He returned at five minutes after closing time to discuss the loan Hall wife of the cashier and also an employe of the said the man identified himself during the morning as Gary Moore of Benson and said he wanted a loan to open a Hall said he told the man during the afternoon visit that he could not grant the loan and that the man then pulled a pistol and said I hate to do this but youll have to let me have your Instructing the tellers to do as the robber said Hall satin a chair while the man forced the five oth er bank employes to lie on the Hall the about 26 years handed one of the wom en a paper bag and told her to open the vault and fill it The woman was unable to open the A second employed tried and also failed to open Then cashier Ben Price opened it and stuffed the bag full of Forcing the six employes into the the bandit Ill call back in a little Then he closed the vault door and Some 10 minutes elapsed before Angier Mayor Jack Marley en tered the bank and opened the vault which was locked only from the The gunman was believed to have made his getaway in a two introduced in proceedings against attorney James Gilliland will be permitted as Judge Mallard began hearing the appeal yesterday of who was ordered disbarred from law practice by the Stale Bar Council last The jurist ruled that he would decide on the case instead of a He held that Gilliland had waived his right to a trial by jury by failing to follow correct procedure in mak ing his The appeal is being argued on the strength of the record in the Soviet Missile Success Called Danger To Experts Say MustSpeed Its Missile Program By JACK BELL WASHINGTON Lyndon Johnson DTex said today Russias lead in missile produc tion is only a symbol of an ever graver danger that the Unitec Slates may fall behind in weap ons of the It is quite he that by the time the intercontinental ballistic missile is fully developed it will be fully We pf catch up with Russia in missile develop he But catching up in this field alone is not enough to safeguard our We must raise our level of technology to the point where we are not only ready to meet the Soviets on any ground but to get there Three prominent scientists told the Johnsons Senate subcommit tee the United States is lagging far behind Russia in the training of scientists and technological ex The Edward Vannevar Bush and John agreed that it is imperative for this country to speed up its missile After hearing their Saltonstall RMass said he felt the American missile and sat ellite programs ought to be placed on an overtime basis where that is at all NEWS ABOUT Press Secretary Anne Wheaton right reports to newsmen the latest condition of President who was suffering from a chill and was ordered to bed by his The Chief who picked up the chill on the way to the airport to meet visiting King Mohammed V of had to cancel his scheduled speech in Cleveland United Press Telephoto Aid Deal For King Will Be Discussed By JOHN SCALI WASHINGTON of He plugged for coordination of State Dulles arranged to substi the missile program in the for an ailing President Eisen fense He said today in reviewing North the amount of American aid and the Kings hopes of end ing the battle between French forces and Algerian renglh ol the record in tne would be a mislake to set up a1 African problems with Moroccos Most of yesterdays hearing visitine Kintr Mohammed would hardly be satisfied with Anything short of complete back ing for the countrys position in North Complete backing is something that Britain and the United States have not been will ing to extend to changing French See FRENCH Page 2A tone as Mercury or 1956 model car de either a The highway was devoted to arguments by law yers on objections taken and rul ings made by the trial committee on the admission of The Bar Council held that Gilli land was guilty of fraudulent con duct in obtaining two divorces and of unethical conduct in the opera tion of a billcollecting agency li censed in the name oC his secre A trial committee of three at torneys recommended the action taken by the Bar The council said Gilliland had been guilty of unlawful fraud and unprofessional conduct in these matters and was unfit to practice law in North Gilliland touched off a furor in his hometown here nearly two years ago when he appeared as a lawyer representing alleged Com munists at hearing held in Char lotte by the House UnAmerican Activities separate Teller said he thinks the shar ing of knowledge between patrol threw up road blocks in a wide area but no trace of the ban dit was Hall described the gunman as h a v i n black wavy See ROBBERY Page 2A visiting King Mohammed Dulles moved in as a lastmin ute replacement after an illness agencies engaged in the missilethe White House described as a program has been less than com He said also he thinks there should be agreater exchange of and its European Sen Symington It hie years tocome before the United States would have the intercontinental ballistic He asked Teller if this country wouldnt have to depend heavily on manned Teller said even after the ICBM is in there will be a place for manned bomb The rocket can hit a he A manned bomber can chill caused Eisenhowers doc tors to order him to bed late yes In a dinner toast last Vice Guy Explains Confession In Dipth Case SANTA Ml Nineteen year old Charles Lee Guy HI says he admitted shoot ing a Hollywood advertising exec Ike Is Ordered To Bed After Suffering Chill No Details Given In ReportIssued By Press Aide By MARVIN ARROWSMtTH WASHINGTON W Whito House said today President Eisen hower is progressing very well but deferred until later a medical statement on his Eisenhower was ordered to bed yesterday after suffering what White House called a chill shortly after he welcomed King Mohamcd V of Morocco at tht Washington Acting White House press sec elary Anne Wheaton announced t today Later there will be a medical talcment on the condition of the He is resting had good breakfast and is ng very Wheaton declined to say why the medical statement was leld She also refused to elab irate in any other way on her beyond saying in answer to a question that all the Presidents appointments for to day had been Eisenhower was to have made nationwide televisionradio ad dress on international cooperation at Cleveland That trip as off Eisenhower wai to have erred with Mohammed at 9 After greeting the King ri uiru iuu v i Top American authorities wereiutive only to keep his molhe reported confident that during his I from being arrested for slay threeday stay the King would i give solid assurances of continu resufymg yesterday at his nun ing longterm leases on the See KING Page 2A information between this cpuntry President Nixon lauded the 48 yearold Moroccan ruler as a great statesman for his to tiirn a bridge between the Arab countries and On behalfof Nixon presented the Legion of Merit to the Moroccan King and read Ei senhowers which said of Police Checking Mohammed No United States has friend shown dor young Guy was ques Upned bv father Charles Lee Guy who is acting as de ense The father is a rosecutor at am irst of husbands of the de endants Young ofjh 15 W Roberts of the himself find targets you perhaps mow more dedicated to the perpetua tion of and more percep tive of the necessity of safeguard ruddy weighing about Dag Given Good Chance Of Easing Arab Tension By TOM HOGE UNITED Diplomats said today Secre tary General Dag Hammarskjold has a good chance of easing bor der tensions on his visit to the Marine Byron Leary as a mediation Jordan said Sunday it considered Leary biased for Israel and would no longer accept his recommenda New exchanges of gunfire after UUL i Middle East and may tackle two on Israels borders with Jordan other big problems Palestine ref fugees and charges that Turkey threatens to invade He announced last night he will leave Friday for Jordan and will go to other countries in the area his oneweek schedule and and Syria also appear to have played a part in the Shooting was reported on the SyrianIsraeli border Israel charged that Syrian troops fired on settlers and on a car near the Israeli village of close to the area where an Israeli field worker was reported killed Sun officials indicated visits to Cairo Jerusalem may follow the trip to Israel Another version came from Jordan all have been involved in A Syrian military recent flareups threatening a said a fiveman Israeli crisis I unit entered the demilitarized Haminarskjolds decision to go zone and fired on Arab shepherds to the Middle East apparently was Daret el The ipurred by Jordans rejection of 1 See DAG Page 2A Marine Found Innocent Of Charges Of Cruelty Russian Officers Receive Warning By ROY ESSOYAN MOSCOW WVA month Russias top military officer was sacked for resisting Communist party Nikita Krush chev warned the nations lowliest new officers not to buck the The Communist party boss spoke Bt a reception last night for the graduating class of Mos cows military reviv ing a custom that lapsed with Sta lins death in Like Khrushchev used the ceremony to remind the young officers that the party is supreme in He also called upon them to increase vigilance against the threat of war whipped up by Khrushchev said Marshal Georgi Zhukov was ousted as de tense minister 26 for opposing political control of the The decision of the Central Commit tee to expel Zhukov aimed at a fundamental improvement of party political work in the armed Khrushchev See KHRUSTY Page 2A head of the metal lurgy department at Massachu setts Institute of told of a visit to Russia last He said Russian institutes were graduating metallurgists a compared with 650 in this dont i ing the ideals of all peaceful na The King responded that his state visit and conferences will further strengthen confidence and respect between our two peoples and open the way to a close and fruitful The Mohammed Dulles talks He said Russian gradseemed likely to focus mainly on nf 01 llve Optometric Session Adjourns WINSTONSALEM W The North Carolina State Optometric Society planned to end its three day conference here Speakers for the final session were Lang of Concord DAVID LANCASHIRE Japan UBA Navy courtmartial today found Alabama Marine Tommy Flint innocent of charges of cruel ty to prisoners in a Navy officers board of and Belle Palmer of Char A business meeting was the last item on the He said Kramer told The group heard several speak I know whats going on If ers Devere of vice president of the American Optometric discussed the A fiveman cleared of four counts of maltreatment after the accused Leatherneck ad mitted yesterday he roughed up and a fellow Marine to try to run a better former warden at the Sasebo naval jail in south was one of 16 Marine exguards facing He told the court roughing up inmates as standard brig The court gave no explanation of its verdict or how Flint ac know lodgement of rough ment was considered in the dcci The courtmartial Marine John Ne it is going dont let me know about Kramer denied the test imony from the witness Two sailors anrt a fellow Maoptometry program in this rine testified they were beaten by Ward Ewalt of Pitts They were Jon discussed routine rookie Marine home training procedures to cor Seaman Carlos Amarreel faulty vision in small clnl and Seaman John dren before they reach school James Grout of Charlotte 5ee MISSILE Page 2A American military bases in Senate Vote By ERNEST and White felt the appoint WASHINGTON W should be considered by the emocratic senators were because of the importance f the ured today of an opportunity of this sort are ole on President by the Senate Judiciary hoice of headed by East on White to head the new an avowed foe of lights Division in the Justice rights have been reports that The White House had a hand in the legal hat Eisenhower will give leading up to Eisenhowers i recess appointment to the in the integration dispute now is in Little Southerners f legal counseling for the strongly criticized Eisen He told newsmen he action in sending federa aa sworn in for the new job to Little Rock to enforce racial integration in Anne associate citys Central High iential news said by newsmen about will resign from his present basic philosophy on civil rights and that he will be told newsmen he does not formally for the new post it would be proper to go Congress reconvenes in this at this adding This scotched speculation think the Senate Judiciary since White already had been has the right to ask firmed as an assistant questions and the answers Eisenhower might him to the new job without said Budget Bureau plans ing a nomination to the the new Civil Rights Divisior Such speculation brought an for a starting force o giy protest during the 60 half of them from Thurmond DSC staged a record oneman White was ter in an unsuccessful effort attorney for eastern block passage of the civil in August 1953 anc bill in the last Senate an assistant attorney Wheaton said both last Wetzel Hearing LOS ANGELES Federal auidentified the Earl Kileen says excavation of two graves convinces him that Edward Gcin actually did raid cemeteries for parts of nine bod ies found in his farm Waushara County authorities re opened two graves in the Plain field Cemetery to check the story jf the 51yearold Who is undergoing 30 days of mental admitle killing two women and robbing the graves of nine other He is charged with firstdegree murder in the death 16 o Bernice a hard ware store He also ad milted killing Mary Hogan Authorities opened o Eleanore Adams and Mrs rtabel both buried Their names were on Ihe lis women whose graves Gein said e Adams casket was ho other coffin also was jut Kileen said a few bones and a small prying bar were found in he dirt above the empty As far as I am the pening of these two graves ven ies Coins Kileen I open any more if I can thorities scheduled a removal The shooting occurred about chilly Eisenhower had ridden with him in a downtown He returned to his desk but quit work shortly The doctors orders kept Eisen hower from attending a House dinner last night for Vice President Nixon sub stituted for A scheduled Ei senhower conference with th9 King today was While the dinner was going press secretary Anna Wheaton news no who appeared as a prose cution has testified that she and Roberts were living as man and wife the time of the Young Guy testified he went to Ihe motel looking for his mother and discovered Roberts dead in Did you think your mother did or had something to do with See GUY Page 2A no obertr 45jfjn or earliM She fifllier i The youths Nina his pulst respiration normal and that he was sleeping quietly and comfortably under what she termed mild Word of the 67yearold dents latest illness brought ques tions from newsmen as to whether he might be developing the I stand by my statement that he has had a Wheaton Eisenhower w a Inoculated See IKE Page 2A Alonzo Edwards Named To Farm Bureau Post helo Ho said any further excavations vill be a state adding hat if Wisconsin Stew art Honeck believes that open ng the others is we will open them This deal is oo big for Waushara entered the case upon orders from Vernon Thom The attorney general direct ed Charles head of the state crime to contin ue with all steps necessary to as sure a complete investigation of See GEIN Page 2A RALEIGH Ed wards of a farmer and former has been named to succeed the late Flake Shaw s executive vice president of the orth Carolina Farm Bureau Fed He was elected yesterday by the Farm Bureaus Board of Direc The action was later con rmed by some 240 voting dele ates attending a policy confer nce of the chairman of the oard of Tobacco Associates ill fill out Shaws unexpired term hich ends when the annual state Peter Kyner 77r Stricken SAN FRANCMSCO B who wrote rollicking bes sellers of big business dealings in ships and died yesterday at the Miley Veterans Admin istralion Hospital He was Kynes best known ficliona character as Cappy hosi prototype was reputed to be lh last Robert polla founded the steamship line now operating as American Presiden 8 Alter producing 12 straight be Flints civilian defense demonstrated equipment to detect Los declined to Flint had testified the brig off Milton Har was aware of the hearing today for Frank Edward after Recce stopped the Alter producing 12 straight bes wanted in connection with for Terry said he fled sellms Kyne said he ha the slaying of two North Carolina when the driver took a pistol from financed more bums and ha R Ihu nlnwo ami ItlOfe 1UI1 tllBll BHi COnlempOlal highway patrolmen 36yearold escapee from a New York mental had indicated he would waive re thu glove compartment and walk ed back to meet the About an hour near San about 50 miles from the site prisoners uuu Devere criticized parts of moval proceedings when taken beof heUrst patrolman were Tuvonthe program of the North fore a federal judge slopped he car ThPv hLvP in HP Commission for the Blind He said t Police arrested Wetzel in near and received a fatal stomach on a He died at a hospital about illations Law and orUento were being denied services grancy He was serving 30 two hours der means Rothing to optometrists by the fun than any contemporai He turned lo writing i 1909 after a morning newspapc and two friends started lastec onvention is held here in mid Howe it Is likely tat Edwards will be elected to full term then since the voting elegates are the same ones who onfirmed his election by the A Farm Bureau member since Edwards has two erms as state president of the He has been presi dent of the Greene County unit for six In he was an unsuccessful candidate for lieu tenant In other actions the delegates approved several chang es in State Farm Bureau policies and named delegates to the na tional convention in Chicago The called for an aggressive public relations program for ag riculture and recommended that the American Farm Bureau the lead In trying to reconcile pol icy differences among national farm They also re quested that measurement toler ances on tobacco be set at acre at present there is no tol and that in case of puted a licensed survey or be brought in to settlt the diN See EDWARDS Page 2A Thats all Flint was trying to sions instill discipline into these Instead of preventing blind Devere isnt it ae Six men have already been tf bv summary courtmartial on and four en others besides Flint are to be poinlmente weeks ahead for coin North Carolina warrants charge1 Welzel with those FBI agents put out a nationCarolina authorities have indicat lue tor Wetzel when they ed Welzol would he Ivied i tried tually being hastened in some inidentified his fingerprints in a car probably during the court term m the stances when lay individuals in abandoned In beginning 6 at Sevsome welfare offices make apafter eluding North Carolinas on the warrant concerning martial and lo face trial by handicapped indigent applies for Aral rim into tha cfvvvnrtnfil I eral Uie strongest the Navy aid can See SOCIETY Page 2A largest road manhunt in 20 Reeces tried by stiffer special courts1 mission clinicVwhen the visually A Negro Robert Terry i M special agent in Of who saw tho charge the FBI Dally Alamanac Sunrise Sunset First Quarter Thursday night PROMINENT CONSTELLATION high In north VISIBLE PLANETS low in south rises pistol slaying of patrolman Wister said last night that hi tho south Lee neat See WETZEL 5A DEFENDANT ON Lee Guy right took the witness stand at his own trial in Santa Monica Superior Court to deny the murder in a Santa Monica Motel of the man his mother planned to The defenders Charles Lee Guy left a lie prosecutor from is shown hit United Press TelephotoJ   

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