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Rocky Mount Evening Telegram (Newspaper) - January 19, 1963, Rocky Mount, North Carolina TELEGRAM HONE BUI 01 Oil U Mill ftKlrtr CMkkiO Dill Ul Dili Ol HIM Dill C1I Ol tMM THE EVENING TELEGRAM WEATHER Mostly cloudy and cool tonight and Sunday with occasional rain W FIFTYSECOND 98 IAGES ROCKY SATURDAY JANUARY 1963 6c DAILY 15c SUNDAY 40c WEEKLY Automation To Reshape Labor By DARDEN CHAMBLISS AP Buninisn Writer NEW YORK and foreign industrial competition are reshaping the old patterns of American labormanagement re It could mean heightened labor Unions are increasingly more about losing keepinz those they already ma chines than about raising their Industry is fighting to keep production costs through technological to compete in the spirited world market The effect of these growing forces upon labor negotiations has been the subject of widening dis William director of the Federal Mediation and Con ciliation said chansins demands on the part of both labor j and management could mike 19631 of and his pose in their home a bad year for labor The indications are already j he said in an mtrviewj in the trade magazine Iron that there is the possibility of i headon collision as a result industrys fight for competitive survival and labors fight to pre serve work union emphasis on nonwage factors is shown by the fact such matters as work1 rules and job classification sroe 40 to 50 per more often in 1952 contract negotiations than m No he is Industry no longer just union but presents dej mands of its own concerning its ability to put in costcuttin Ferry Tragedy Indonesia AP A tourist ferry burst into flames and sank in North Sumatras Tnba killing at least 105 Antara news agency reported Sat The agency said a delayed re port reaching here said 250 per sons were aboard the Djandjf Kadja Kings Promise when fire broke out in the engine room Monday and touched off a fuel The agency said panic broke out on board as flames swept through the It said many passengers leaped Into the water in an attempt to reach shore but many stayed aboard and burned to FACES DEPORTATION Marine Jack Moon in Santo with some of the papers theyve filed in an attempt to keep Moon and her expected baby from being sent to the The Im migration Service has ruled that an the baby must return to her native Philippines as soon after the birth as she and the child are able to Moon and his wife met while she was studying nursing in AP Wirephoto Massive Program Set For Education Demos Urged To Start Campaign Now By JACK BELL WASHINGTON AP Deo crats who banked about million Friday night with an inaugural an niversary extravaganza for Presi dent Kennedy were prodded today to start working now and keep on working until the last vote is counted in Chairman John Bailey said in a report to the party national committee that despite the re pulse of Republican assaults on the Democratic congressional ma last Novembers balloting flew some danger signals for the next residential He said there are 20 million adults who are not registered to most of them J He urged hard worV to get them registeredand to the sidered partly because of In he the Repnb differences over whether aid licans increased their congressim should be given to church al vote by 45 per cent over private j We increased ours by only 36 per In his budget Kennel Then in 1962 the dy said he will recommenrl a j congressional vote decreased onlyj program carefully designe 1 to j 16 per cent while ours dropped provide a major impetifs to the 32 per I is to be spched out m a The chairman sounded his cial message to Congress this j the aftermath of party enthusii The he is dciasm over the success of a The sources said there has been to obtain a plate dinner and a a ticket of with general agreement on what jn all levels and types of variety show gala at which Presii strikes in New York and Clevnjprogram will education to help break dent and Kennedy j a dock strike along the East The bare bones of the plan were crucial bottlenecks in the capacity It was a festive evening for the and Gulf a transportation sketched in President of our education system by provid Kennedys and Vice President and i tieup in Philadelphia and threat budget message jng funcis for Lyndon who acH enert strife West Coast which recommended vniUionand tnjrd to increaseopportvnicoinpanied them from a flownj aerospace 1 in such spending for the year betjes for individual to obtain eduj town motor hotel to the national The issues he raised othws ginning cation and training by broadening guard where about concerning laborman The budget also requested auand facilitating access to colleges of the party faithful saw an excit asement philosophies dominated thorization to enter into spending and j See DEMOS Page 2 the 1963 management conference commitments of up to of the National Industrial Confernoo during the ence Board here Thursday and This it was learned Fri was made to provide the The group discussed the effect foundation for a program running of the productivity guidelines five or that President Kennedy offered a year Programs involving construe ago as an aid to noninflationarv tjon do not require big outlays wage at the Costs rise as The arc based on fie the blueprints are drawn snd con idea that wage increases struction noninflationary if they dont go A welfare department spokes up any faster than output per man said the million in By JOVNES MACFARLAN WASHINGTON AP The pose a massive five year aidto i ho education program of more than MtiUrearsimhp1eaSer il informed re finding the middle ground tween the minimum money that labor will accept and ths maxi mum that management will month or early in The interview came at a time Britains Labor Party Leader Gaitskell Dies US Sets Policy Straight For President Charles De Gaulle French Effort To Bar Britain Being Delayed By GODFREY ANDERSON Belgium AP The United States has politely notified French President Charles de Gaulle that Washington will continue to press for British mem bership in the common market and for a multinational nuclear arm under The American position was set forth as De Gaulles partners in the sixnation trading allance won at least a delay in Krench efforts to bar Britains After two days of often heated the French agreed to continue negotiations on the ish application The interval provides an oppor tunity for possible American pres sure on the French to persuade them to change their Any intervention would have to be De Baulle lieves Britains entry into the com mon market would tend to trans form the European group into an Atlantic community under Ameri can A speech by Ambassador Charles Bohlen in Paris Friday night was seen as part of the He addressed the FranceEtats Unis an organization devoted to promoting good relations between the two Bohlen said he wanted to cor rect what he called an illusion that the United States has lost interest or mignt lose interest in defending Western He down another the United States wants to dominate its This was an indirect reference to statements De Gaulle last ence at which ne alfbut slammed the cormnonmarket door on Brit ain and rejected President Kenne j dys offer of Polaris i Bohlen said the United States j is determined to negotiate the for T i i ination of a multinational nuclear Parson was arrested at a house 9 He joined the pn alliance T arm witnin tne He said that obviously some HELD IN SLAYING Ralph Par of Blowing Parson has been charged is shown being taken to fail with The officer is not after his arrest in connection with the AP Wirephoto f Police Chief William Greene Officers Continue SearclrFor Suspect In Chiefs Murder By ARTHUR GAVSHON BLOWING AIM j Police scoured the Beaver Creek section of neighboring Ashe i today for Miiiard who i is charged with murder in the j shotgun and knife slaying of the i Blowing Rock police His passing came when Prime state and County law enforce near Lenoir shortly before noon ijce force when he reached the i spending recommended for next uuu Friday nSht Massachusetts year is part of a process to be on loiogy economist into four or IKS years Vr H LONDON APi Labor Party Minister Harold Macmillans cab ment officers converged on the leader Hugh potentially inet was deeply pessimistic over Beaver Creek area Friday after j Greene a Britains next prime chances of joining the car Greer reportedly was dnv was ma JVSiH a ni irVi t iiiet hn flntmcliintr rI U i His wife anrii Millicent also were i picked up Friday and will be The offlcer mortallv charged with aiding and radioed for help shortly after 1 Caldwel County Sheriff Myj The Highway Patrol Parson has fournotified the Watauga County suer iffs which in turn dispatch Biowmg Rock naed an ambulance and officers to Robert Institute of Techno who helped write the of substantial gaid new figures indicate He said the program will con wages rose per cent in the tain provisions for aid to public 12 months ended last schools for classroom construction period a year He said inclined to is too early to say whether the For 15 years or guidelines accounted for i White House has been recom He Veteran industrial relations mending federal aid to ness Carroll said NATO members have atomic ca pabilities while some do not and that others plight favor a multi national force while others might The United he seeks to conciliate both so to of the t A u A A marned ami tne falner Greens As for American domination of Common was found abandoned Of two The muscular policeman identithe Bohlen remarked warned c vI n his assailtants before he j that American troops had Tielped warned Macmil Grecr and Raloh djed spokesmon saidto liberate for Greens healthy body enabled him j and governmental crisis since j as a national leader would never j Bill 28yearold police ff to live almost four hours with his After the As opposition leader Gaitskell have ben chief of Blowing automatidally would have become His death bequeather to the who had been a police Laborites Labor which he led man eight died Friday in a through seven years of factional Blowing Rock hospital four hours j two weeks the enormous task after he was wounded along side flourshing European the threshold Gaitskell had warned Macmilj Grecr and Ralph Gaitskells death at 56 came in j Ian against the common have been charged with murder i the middle of the most serious Had he Gaitskells prestige jn the death of William Deane i prime minister of the Wallace Plans Racial Battle died after A virus inftction surroundj choosing a Four 321 in Caldwell County just the but Congress never has enacted m nis neart and lungs was com dates nave been mentioned promsouth of the Blowing Rock city credit should go to the fact that any general aid Prosj Plated by a kidney I See GAITSKELL Page 2 See LABOR Page 2 pects for this year are not By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Justice department suits seek man De GaulleAdenauer Meeting May Bring New NATO Crisis By JOHN HIGHTOWER authorities expect that in WASHINGTON AP Nexthis meeting with Adenauer in weeks Paris meeting between ris beginning De Gaullei French President Charles dewill bid for a pact establishing Gaulle and West Gervnan Chan close economic and mil cellor Konrad Adenauer may itary relations between France bring a new peak of crisis to the and West ihaky Atlantic It seems clear that unless De The French leader has dealt a Gaulle and Adenauer agree on severe blow to American hopes some special plan of FrenchGer for unifying Western injman the immediate eluding in close partner result of De Gaulles current ma ship with the United neuvers will be to isolate France officials within the Atlantic Their concern is based on two The United States has support moves De Gaulle made last week Jed strongly Britains entry in at a news I common market as a step toward He virtually slamvned the broad economic and political unity on British membership in the six1 in Western Europe and a better i nation European Common Mark1 basis for Eruopean partnership He rejected President Kennej with the United dys offer of Polaris missiles to The Polaris paralleling a Jiclp build a nuclaar deal concluded last ing force under the control of the also was aimed at promot North Atlantic Treaty military unity within the At in cooperation with British and lantic Alliance by diverting See DE GAULLE Page 2 His Most Desperate Fight BOSTON iAP An This man has a long way to It involved in probably the most j go before he is out of the fight of his were all thats to help medical experts restorewhy we do these he use to his left which was The accident occurred Tuesday practically severed in an aciAid the stitching operation was jent i begun within minutes of the mis William a father On hospital officials is in Peter Bent BrighaMijsaid that Hunt could move his Hospital recuperating after whatjtoes and had some feeling in the may be a historic stitching back of his leg which a strapping sixfooter was nearly cut off near his 200 was struck Francis surgeon by an automobile as he stood be n chief at the was hesijhind a Brookline public works de ant today to make Jfliy predicpartment rubbish ion about the of the opj On the way to the po 1 See MARINE Page 2 France again j became France and Belgium Greene was shot twice in the j again became Western back and the right arm at i Europe came back as it was be close range with a gauge shot its postwar gun as he walked toward a car George spokesman for he had stopped on the mountain the mission in is road just outside of Blowing sued a communique saying that mg racial integration of schools He also was knifed once in j no greater distortion is possible attended by federal fimpjoycs J the head and several trvnes in the than to characterize as antiEu children in three southern states ropean the decisions taken by have met strong resistance from i Sheriff Myers said Greene em President Kennedy and Prime Alabama George tied one of his two revolvers durMinister Harold Macmillan at who readied his state for an the gun He believed their December meeting in the out I he struck one of his Wailace called the suits a prime Greene sad i The statement was aimed at ru example of the federal he Greene reported by the the taking hardearned money he a 1956 pink car with aj British saythat Kenneffr Mac from the pocketbooks of Alabamii black toPThe same car was millan made some kind of secret ans and threatening them with i foilnd near West deal in The British For a loss of federal Mavor RB Hardin of Blowing eign Office also denied any secret He called upon Alabama Greene was a fine Nassau deal under which Britain tors and congressmen to resist vey had j would water down the common this new assault with every len amost a photographic memory fur i market system from or islative weapon they andj See CHIEF 2 See MARKET Page 2 he asked the people of the to oppose the suits which he said tJA would destroy their traditions and f IflVUireO Four separate filed Fri day in district courts in Ala Mississippi and contend segregation of children of servicemen and other federal workers in four federally impact See RACIAL Page 2 Two Sisters Are Bound Over On Theft Charge Salinger Pushes For Wide Study Of News Business from the funeral home in two Two Negro who were She said she count building a house in a traned the firms money last 19 sitional neighborhood have and noted missing and on been bound over to Superior Court 31 another was miss on charges of taking from She refused to say why the the Morris Funeral Home in losses werent reported to Truemiller an illiterate Miss Pinkey an J maid who worked for tes By RALPH BERNSTEIN her 52yearold Miss True tified that a white junk PHILADELPHIA tho1 miller were bound over Milton save her a pretty ough study of the economics to Ihc March 13 term of Superior Jitlle box containing the the newspaper business to helpCourt for trial after Recorders She said when Bane died on May prevent such intolerable Judge Tom Neal found she replaced the but paer strikes as those in New j probable cause against them Fri not the in a junk trunk York and Cleveland was suggest1 belonging to Bane that was park ed Friday night by Pierre Salini At tlie the warrant cd near the rundown home whers White House Press secretary against the sisters was amendedthe sisters Salinger told the Philadelphiato charge them with conspiring Gardner of the Printing Week dinner It is take from the burg testified that Pinkey erable that the nations largest j funeral The original chargePoiston told him 7 that it New should be wihoutsaid they took might be true that she had re RUNAWAY TRUCK A tractor trailer truck dangles over the edge of a bridge near after it struck of who had been standing near his truck as result of an earlier The huge tractortrailer driven by skidded on the icy road bed ajid Crimlis Seibert saw the driverless truck bearing down on him and he began but the truck overtook pitched him 65 feet to the creek be killing AP Wirephoto newspaper service for 42 It is equally intolerable thai the peo ple of Cleveland have had to do without newspapers for 51 To prevent other cities and oth er newspapers from going through the throes of this lie recommended that a group of See SALINGER Page 2 Attorney Gilbert wlin ceived money after Banes represented the two asUed Tlie hav de the court to dismiss the elKirgisi nied nil They a but the motion was turned relative in the north had furnished them the but this entu whose msally was denied by the re band brought charges A parade of witnesses testified the two1 tlie sisters had made pur the money was missed j See S1STEKS Page 2
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