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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - June 11, 1951, Chester, Pennsylvania                              MONICKERS New names for new babies appear today on page 14 in the Baby Has Been Named column Last City Edition JTC COOL TONIGHT Chester area Tartly cloudy and not so cool this afternoon Clearing and cool again tonight Tuesday fair and warmer Covers Delaware County First 75TH 22986 24 PAGES NET PAID CIRCULATION AVERAGE MAY 1951 CHESTER PA MONDAY JUNE 11 1951 Daily Leased Wire Reports of United Press UP International News Service INS and Acmo Telephoto PRICE FIVE CENTS Lie Urges Early Talks To End Korean Conflict m silah chairm agers of yj president tion and f bridge and an honora laws along Lie the Johnson Swarthmor to the Torn graduated tlj also are S jf McCabe Ei 3 The Mc founded b t the Class Scott Papf liam Holm standing e senior clas j The Ivj Owen Moo and awan senior cla faculty to degree oi character William Medal foi service w Ellen Ash Inlroduccc The Ui general w W Nason ground forces The threestar Secretary of East commanders coalition in China GHTER RECEH Sumner Oliver ster now of Sacrament Cal and his daughter Ann ongratulate each other is they receive degrees this thmore College The in 1924 and today as his daughter rec liver is the son of M By JACK THOMPSON Both sides in the Korean conflict should seekany chance to open talks on a agreement at thej If38th parallel United Nations Trygve Lie declared this morning inthe address at ipSwarthmore College And to the 218 graduates who were Awarded degrees Lie a id they must themselves in the next years to the creation of a peace world community A Chester boy Robert Lloyd Gray of 916 Townsend st was among he honor winners receiving the award of the Engineers Club Philadelphia Team A former Chester resident T Oliver of Sacramento who graduated from Swarth in 1924 received an electrical degree at todays comj as his daughter Ann Oliver received her AB Oliver is the sonof Mrs Edmund Oliver who lives withher daugh Vter and soninlaw Mr and Mrs H McKinney at 215 W 24th He graduated from Chester High in 1921His wife is the former iRuth Tanguy who graduated from VSwarthmore in 1923 Howard i of the board of man Swarthmore College Swarthmore corpbra epresident of Straw Clothier was awarded Truce at 38tli Called Defeat By Wedemeyer Also Opposed Sending U S Ground Troops Into Korean War Washington Gen Albert C Wedemeyer put himself behind Gen Douglas MacArthurs Ko rean War proposals today and denounced the adminis trations Far Eastern policy now in the past By JAMES LEE Washington Gen Albert C Wedemeyer to day opposed the policy of sending U S ground troops into the Korean War and warned that a truce at the 38th Parallel would be a psy chological defeat e is By UN Forces with Drives Into Ghorwon and Kumhwa First G Urited Na suppo degree of doctor of with SecretaryGeneral mmencement speaker as graduated from in 1896 He is married r Edith Lamb who was 1898 Two of their sons irthmore graduates incering Award be Engineering Award Thomas B McCabe of now president Co was won by Wil Brown jr as the out ineering student in the Medal established by jr of the Class of 1894 d to the man in the who is judged by the ave shown thehighest leadership based on nd scholarship went to FATHER DJ formerly of Tanguy Oliver morning at SvJ from engineering gree in history late Mr Oliver School in 1921 a married to the forj more in 1923 now a consulting er Ruth Tanguy wh taught for a timi Welsh I Award Vith To lin Fire Tip spectacula Wednesday night w week Totbe first of i any tipsters who cal Welsh st goes the Edith Land 57 W 3th st took the second prize wi the drowning of Chester Creek off fi third pr The shared this year by j nd Lotte Lazarfeld by Nason ed Nations secretary introduced by Dr John president of In his add ss he said all I believe that the a ChesterBridget rt Ferry was stuck causing traf jams oh both sides of the river not piacin for prizes other tipsters this weel Ametrane 59 W Thomas Boulden j Esther Spano 923 ons must be used by theEdgar YMCA M A Rldlel Jiter Times vcasulty fol r to infort mother vernments with the ac of their peoples as their Turn to Page 2 Number 6 gerald Spring and Park GI iJ Casualty Park G I former Ches arrier became a Korean the third time according ion received by his The soldier Cpl Earl T Cloud jr of Mr and Mrs Earl T Cloud drive RidJey Park was recently by a mortar shell v Cpl Cloud 20 was driving a jeep the mortar shell scored almost beth Fields 415 F Smith jr 1206 Mrs Mary Matt Nancy DeVito 4 Sarah Carter 31 dia Mrs Mary land av Gleno 2427 W 3d St 419 E 10th treet fire which burned i the leading local n i first prize in the w her report of small boy in street e of the week B ather received a BS degree was awardedan electrical ved her bachelor of arts de Edmund J Oliver and the aduatedfrom Chester High ngineer in California He is was graduated from Swarth at Chester High School Wedemeyer told senate in vestigators that he would have recommended punitive ac against the North Ko air and naval forces but not the use of the general backed assertion that Acheson was wrong in testifying that U S Far 1945 recom nationalist He declared that Achesons inter r e c o m mendations Japan is Seen As Russian Future Target By HOWARD IIANDLEMAN Tokyo of Defense George C Marshall ended a fourday far eastern visit today after voicing be lief that the communist war oman Wins Marshal pretation of made in a secret message Dec 1945 was erroneous iinB that Korea be Wedemeyer also was quoted byjmuch Sen Brewster R Maine as telling i the committee today that if comes to a showdown we 11 have to go it alone in the Chinese communists war against there Referriri communis ut Tollins furniture store on rs and picture story of the past d Mrs Reginald Campbell 605 kly Times Tipster Contest uuuuuuiiiiLo iective tt Brewster said Wedemeyer also the Reds agreed with MacArthur that thefrom Kor danger of bringing Russia into the was a calculated risk that should be taken According to BrewsterWedemeyer also sided with MacArthur on the question of bombing Manchuria Wedemeyer said that as things are with Russia it is their third team opposing our first team and their siness Here jump G ing volt core were Joseph I 8th st Mrs j 14 W 8th St Co1 alnut st Mark supswing was equivalent to a Robert Fitzjbus ess index of 366 based on the Summer streets d 1935 to 1939 which is rated Media Mrs Willif i A Beggs 704 0 Savllle av Eddyst ic Mrs Elizaj B nk deposits were up 25r0 com 1910 W 12th Village Gree 22d st Henry lover lane 306 W 2d st W Front st Plum st Me rnn 319 N Wood n Ann Okonski bward jShoemaker Bethany Smith t John Sweigartli9o Josephine Hearn4 leral business in Chester dur ipril soared to 29 above the in April a year ago ac to the Bureau of Business irch of Pennsylvania State situation i is a very This we highleve terpretins Korean a is to control at 311 oclock Monday a m EDT Monday the United States if old this morn e communists want all use trmr position is iger if hold this 3 close to owan rather STEAMINGmTO SA the USS P on deck toMpell out th Vessel Gjfup Two Th import FRANCISCO harbor fr ippine Seflis pictured from the air words CVG 2 which s crack flattop and its fiyii part in KoiBan fighting supporting 1 oops International aim in Korea that whole close to Japan In a farewell news confer ence with Tokyo correspond ents Americas ofncfal also denied again that his trip to Japan and Korea was connected with possible ceasefire nego tiations The fivestar from Airport in an airforce constellatii afternoon for his ret Want All But th are in a third team at times has defeated us overall c in The general explained why he would not have recommended send ing ground forces against the Red invasion of South Korea last June in thesewords expansion It imf against J also that There are lots of potential powdefense Turn to Page 2 Number 7 Marshall avMMarcus Hook Mrs D4 Willard dr Ridley par 1 to a year ago the April total beii building oper atic s increased 29 over the same mo h in 1950 and factory payrolls roa id 52 over the total of a year bef e lustrial power sales showed a jun t of 22 and postal receipts of were 11 higher than April Telephones in service jumped or a new total of 31893 ding industrial areas through John Maloney 1003 Central av Mrs William Fuller W 3d St Marcus Hook Mrs Philip Rose 2609 Forwood st Mrs Edward Scholl 332 E 9th st Mrs Florence ranging from 6 in Scranton to 42 in Bethlehem Uii lie JllUllcli iUUlUU direct hit The former Ridley Jackson 217 N Olive st Media vTownship High School student sentMrsHarry Rossin 1701 W 2d St Day greetings to his father Emma Thomas 1708 W 2d st before he was wounded TT I S Treasury Balance Washington bal nce June Internal revenue Customs receipts Receipts Expenditures He was first wounded in Korea in December He was shot in bothj Vlegs The army removed him from the battlefields to a West Coast hos fjpital and after recovery sent him back into combat with allowing him a furlough home After returning to combat Cpl Cloud was the driver of a jeep that rjwas ambushed by a Red China pa The windshield was shattered gunfire and Cpl Cloud was slightly wounded He escaped the i trap His wounds were so slight Vv tnat he did not require hospitali Xzation He was sent back into the Rumanian DP Gets High School Diploma At Was Once Qualified Pharmacist Alines and then received combat wounds his third f CPL EARL T CLOUD JR j Wounded Third Time LASTMINUTE NEWS Blast Kills 3 Lewistown Pa blast of undetermined origin rocked the American Viscose Corp plant here today killingat three per sons and injuring nine King MaY Abdicate London physical condition caused specu lation today whether he would have to abdicate to safeguard his health if not fiis life Red Crackdown Hong Kong to clay on a government Media Fire Destroys Frame Building A frame building at the rear of 111 W 3d st Media was destroyed by flames eariy Sunday The fire was discovered by Oscar Presberry who lives there Media firemen were summoned but were unable to save the struc ture According to firemen the building belonged to George Henry of 326 N Olive st serious leakage of secrets and threatened death to persons involved Premier Chou EnLai said there hart been a serious leakage that might en danger the nations security but gave no details Fight TV OKd Washington Federal Communications Commission to day authorized the transmission of Wednesdays Joe LouisLee Sa vold fight in New York to theatres in Chicago Baltimore and Wash ington via a closed television cir cuit tothe enemy secretary charg1 re resolved to fd and make it enti peninsula he pointed out Face iportant factor and they have that jroblem on their hands the first statement by a I American authority in1 ssian llote Asks J reaty G nference i the significance of the hto be in July or Moscow i called today for a Japar e peace conference enture in relation to the nmunist plan of world ed that future action an falls within the com munist pi i of grand strategy The d ense secretary revealed had discussed Japans ith Gen Matthew B Turn to 2 Number 4 At thesame time t excluding Russia and demanded thai fought against Japan in Vorld War II be included Stolln At Chisox Pirk Russians charged the U China from present effi treaty with Ja The new made in a no Ambassador A in Moscow was delivered Chicago UP Blalt Market Meal Forecast Chicagil INS Slaughtering of jeef catt at big Chicago packing houses c ne to a standstill today and hoi ewives throughout the country pere warned that black market j ices may be in operation d of the week ning of under the coun ame from George T Ne ive secretary of the Na iociation of Retail Meat cted that unless big pack e beef slaughtering the intoa concession firms afficedur ing the night afc Com home of the ChicagoWl e Sox and stole a safe which tl estimated contained bejveen 000 and 575000 The loss was disco by the The Wi ter sale pil exec tional A Dealers He pre ers resu black msfctet will be the only source of supply for Americas dinner table Spokesmen for the big four pack ers Swift Armour Wilson and Cud ahy said they planned to do no beef slaughtering today because all cattle they purchased last week had been processed Friday They added that if their buyers employes reported for The funds represente weekend receipts from drinks and snacksto ing crowds which have Sox games with the Yankees Don McKay manageiHof theIlli nois Sports Service wh been scheduled to be Brinks Express today Police said the theft the concession said money hac ered by a park emplo when he opened the office today ars broke key Park manager sent to the communist em The 19page the TJ Sof an aggressive red when prk today the firms ale of soft ordbreak atched the York h operates ked up by vas discov The office with the aim c Soviet Union Marshall Wan ig In Tokyo George C M news confer en against Japa communist pli He said t want all Kore tion is much this peninsuh rather than government t Though the cotted the att separate from the Sox office is lo cated at the south end of the field Door Jimmied Police said that the burglars ap parently scaled the park fence and then jimmied the door to the con cession office The burglars broke through a wall so they could move are able to contract for cattle tothe threefoot square safe into a day slaughtering may be resumed iargei office and out to a ramp on a small scale Tuesday where they apparently carted it They emphasized however thattaway jn a truck work out a Beaten Reds Fleeing Area By Thousands J By EARNEST HOBERECUT Tokyo Na tions forces shattered the communist iron triangle in Central Korea today with twin drives through Chorwon and Kumhwa in pursuit of fleeing Red armies Beaten Chinese Reds streamed north from ttie mountain redoubt by the thousands toward Pyonggang and Kumsong both 28 miles above the 38th Parallel At the same time however other communist fijces began an om inous buildup along the 38th Par allel northwest of Seoul for a DOS nk tn the Far East its crew formed nds for Carrier units played an rdhitting Allied ipanese i July of the advancing Allies Rams Into Kumhwa An 8th Army communique re ported a tank infantry task rammed into Kumhwa 20 ies north of the parallel and eaBern anchor of the enemys crumBing iron triangle at 1255 p m p m Sunday Five minutes later the munique said another tanklei Al lied column shoves into Cho rph miles to west southwest ind western anchor of the mouftin rirnmed triangular plateau Both cities were deserted High officers said the Reds falling back of Pyonggang 12 northeast of Chqnvon at the of the iron triangle and every country that 5 with deliberately s to draft a peace n sian proposal was handed to U S n G Kirk Sunday of the note a the British am song 12 miles northeast of tiwa for a new stand Rearguard stragglers fired few bursts of machinegun and uto matic weapons fire at the iac inc ng Allies but the advance Bher wise was unopposed The fall of Chorwon arid Ku hwa the communists outi the redoubt from which they lau hed bassador and cBnes reportedly were ench and Chinese ys in Moscow long note accused tempting to create ouping of nations inciuding a re militarized waging war against d China cretary of Defense shall implied at a that future action falls within the of grand strategy it the communists because their posi ronger ifthey hole so close to Japan lave a democratic Russians have boy its nf tbp TT c t their illfated spring offensiv months ago It also put the astride a valley running nor to the east coast port of W 80 miles north of the 38th Resistance Dwindling Farther east the 8lh munique reported communi sistance also was dwindling vances of 2000 yards or mon Turn to Page 2 Nu Ins refe liles tpex um um two Jlies least isan Diplomat H Proves Futil London Se Herbert Morrison admitted i mpns today that the govi had been unable to find two the note said a peace conference Leon IxDberant of 435 E 9th st has just received his high school diploma So have thousands of On arriving in this country he found that his European education thers but Loberant is distinctive Hes 42 years of age Now he looks forward to college o qualify as a pharmacist Next September Loberant will enter either Temple University or Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science Loberant a displaced person ar rived in this country in 1949 He was sponsored by a relative Mau icc Morris who operates the Pro fessional Pharmacy 9th and Potter streets Had Own Drug Store In his native Rumania Loberant had a hatful of academic credits He was a qualified pharmacist and had his own drug store Then the Russians arrived and Lobcrants career and business were eclipsed He got out from under the Red rule in 1945 and went to Germany From there he came to the The details of those harrowingI years Loberant prefers to keep to himself I was at odds with American stand rds He took a special state ex mination at Philadelphia to deter mine his exact status To qualify as a high school grad uate he needed credits in English and American history That meant night classes atChester High School Day work and night school were hard work Loberant admits but it paid off when the state de partment of public instruction cer tified him a high school graduate Now hes preparing for college which wont be a new experience in the light of his education in Europe The chief rooters for the pros pective freshman are his wife Shir ley and son Norman 2 LEON LOBERANT Life Begins at 42 no cattle will be bought unless Of fice of Price Stabilization regula tions are followed These regula tions require a 10 rollback in average prices paid fanners lor cattle Checking Cattle Sales Michael Howlett regional OPS director said investigators were checking the sale of every head of cattle at the union stockyards in Chicago and elsewhere in the Mid vest He added that the investigators also check the disposal of the cat Todays Chuckle Honey said the husband Id be the happiest man in theworld if you could bake bread like my mother used to bake I know his wife agreed But you would make me the happiest woman alive if you could just make dough like my father used to le sold Howlett said there have been no known instances of the cattle getting into the hands of McKay first said that the safe contained at least but ater changed his estimate to be tween S50000 and Fingerprint experts were assigned check the office and its con tents The White Sox split a double deader with the Yankees Sunday before 52054 fans should flicting drafts of a treaty could be worked out The Soviet note restated proposals made in an earlier Russian note on May 7 concerning the peace treaty Then it was proposed that such a treaty should be drafted by the foreign ministers of communist China Britain Russia and the United States Same Points Remain The new note broadens this to include all the nations that fought against Japan but the other points made in the earlier note still re main Two of the major points of this were Turn to Page 2 Number 3 Sir Percy Williams security chief at Scotland Yard flew to New Two American Officers Die In Fire at US Navy Base Havana Cuba per unlicensed slaughterers or black sons were dead one was missing marketeers land 11 were under treatment for Hiss Prosecutor confer with the FBI and American officials on the strange disappear ance Under a fire of questions Morri son said it was unfair and irre sponsible to suggest in connectioa with the disappearance that there was widespread sexual perversion in the foreign office A London Sunday newspaper had made the suggestion It was discloseed that the search for Donald D MacLean head of the American section of the for eign office and Guy Burgess Far Eastern expert formerly attached to the British embassy in Wash ington has extended to Greece and Egypt Matter Is Serious Morrison gave Commons the first high level statement on the disapr pearance which is taken so serj ously that It may cause a complete reorganization of Britains security system Morrison revealcv that Burgess Turn to Page 2 Number 1 The OPS executive conceded that burns today as the result of a flash fnr uut ii f f f Virt toif f ft dlll VU A J beef supplies will be short through out the month of June because armers are holding back their stock n the hope that congress will not Turn to Page 2 Number 5 In Todays Sinus Amusements 17 Media News Baby Named 14 Movie Clock Bedtime Story 20 Patterns Church Events lo Pearson Comics 20 Radio Cross Puzzle 13 Sporls Deaths 221 Stratton Helen Hunt 17 Television fire that swept the waterfront at the United States Naval Base at Guantanamo Bay The blaze which occurred Sat urday started when leaking gaso line ignited It did minor damage to naval installations and burned sides of paint from the anchored ships The dead included 19 officers identified tentatively Washington INS President Truman today nominated New York Police Commissioner Thomas F Murphy prosecutor of Alger Hiss for a federal judgeship and pro I moted Judge Harold R Medina wo American wno preslded ovcr the trial 13 18 1617 Horoscope Letters Lewis Marriage Lie 3 Times Files 20 Tripp 6 Womens 8 Worrt a day IS 89 Telephone Ch as Commaiider James Marshall and Lieut C J Peddicord Their home addresses were not immediately available communist leaders The chief executive also nomi nated Federal Communications Commissioner Frieda Hennock to A navy enlisted man was rebe a U S district judge ported missing and presumed dead and divers sought his body The The other dead were Cubans The 11 burned were said to in clude another American enlisted man whose condition was described as serious Murphy was named to succeed Medina as U S district judge for the second district of New York and Medina was appointed to fill the U S Circuit Court vacancy created by retirement of Judge Learned Hand No Speed Limit Slows Doivn Classified Ad Cop Whats the big idea go ing 60 miles an hour Adorable Creature My brakes dont work 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