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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - August 14, 1955, Florence, South CarolinaPage i a the Florence morning news Florence s. C. Sunday morning August 14, 1955 president Rhee Calls for end to anti red truce team riots soldiers were injured. The clashes occurred at compounds housing the truce teams also made up of Swiss and swedes. Rhoe said that Waller Robertson assistant u. S. Secretary of stale told you Chan Yang korean ambassador to Washington that the u. S. Government will make efforts soon to seek peaceful removal of the Neutral nations supervisory by Murray Thomson Seoul sunday aug. 14 w South Korea s red hating 80 year old president last night urged his countrymen to cease demonstrations that brought Vio Lent clashes with u. S. Soldiers. He said he had written assurances from the United slates that the purpose of the demonstrations can be accomplished peacefully. The purpose was to have the five teams of four nation truce inspectors get out of South Korea particularly the communist poles and czechs because of alleged spying activities. Presiden syn Man Rhee had set last Midnight As a deadline for the cams to get out but at the last minute he announced an indefinite postponement. During violence which had flared for a week preceding the deadline Afler similar demonstrations one South korean was killed and one High placed u. S. Official in about 100 koreans and 44 u. S. Seoul u. S. Experts unveil Chea a Power plans commission from Korea. Race said the Assurance came in addressed to him and turned Over to Vang. Observers who know rec s ways said he apparently just needed a diplomatic excuse for end ing the crisis. Actually the commitment Rhee said was obtained rom Kob Crlson was no different rom one Given Rhee a year ago by u. S. Secretary of slate Dulles perhaps what Rhee has done this weekend is As Good an exam ple As any to shatter the myth that hat u. S. Officials constantly underestimate fiery by that he meant Only once has he United slates been caught off Juard by its korean ally when thee released War prisoners n 1953 and almost wrecked last minute armistice negotiations. Since then South Korea always Las had to Bacr Down in disputes Over threats to renew the War Over Aid funds Over the Hwan Dollar Exchange rate Over u. S. Roop withdrawals and Over threats o violate the armistice. By Max Harrelson Geneva. Aug. 13 we two american scientists gave the atoms for peace conference de tailed reports today on newly de signed atomic Power plants which they claim can produce electricity eventually on a paying basis. Neither of the projects has yet gone beyond the planning stage but the designers of both expressed Confidence that once in operation they will be Able to compete with the prices of Coal produced Power in some areas. Clark Williams of Brookhaven National Laboratory n. Y., de scribed plans for what is technically known As a liquid Metal fuel reactor designed to produce 210.000 kilowatts of electricity. He estimated this Plant would be Able to turn Mil electricity at a Cost of 7.8 Mills per kilowatt hour. The Cost of conventional Power a the United states averages from four to seven Mills a kilowatt de pending on distance from the source of fuel. In Many parts of the world Power production costs considerably More. No atomic Power station now in operation conies anywhere near the level mentioned by Williams. All however Are much smaller and Are experimental models. The conference also heard a re port from p. F. Cast of the engineering department of general electric s Blanford wash., atomic production operation who read a paper giving full details of a pro posed Graphite moderated nuclear Power this also is a Large scale project designed to produce kilowatt hours of electricity. Gas called it a Plant of Broad Poten tial application and said it is Ca Pable of producing electrical Power Al an economically competitive level in Many parts of the he estimated it could turn out electricity that could sell for less than seven Mills a kilowatt hour and still make a profit. Russian scientists after listening to the reports said some soviet designs were remarkably similar in design to the general electric Plant. Others were particularly inter ested in the High conversion rate the percentage of electric Power obtained from the heat generated by the reactor which Williams claimed for the Brookhaven Plant according to his paper the Plant will produce kilowatts of electricity with kilowatts of heat. This is at a rate of approximately 42 per cent. Prof. Karl Wirtz of Germany vice chairman of the special panel on reactors said it is the highest rate i Ever heard there also was a considerable amount of interest in a new Type reactor described by a dutch scientist j. J. Went. This uses uranium fuel in the form of Light dust or instead of in liquid or solid form As present reactors use. One of the advantages of this Type reactor is that it could Burn governor Tak is reds on a Retour by Tom Whitney Springfield 111., aug. 13 w of. William so ration of Illinois personally conduct cd soviet farm chief Vladimir Matskovich and four other soviet form delegates through the Illinois slate fair to Day. The 41-year-old Republican governor Kepi the russians walking at a brisk Pace for three hours past exhibit after exhibit at one of the nation s largest expositions of live Stock and farm products. On from ence in Chicago when the russian Leader visited there. The russians flew to Springfield from Chicago in the air plane of William Wood Prince president of the Union Stock Yard and transit co. Of Chicago. Prince made trip to Russia last january. Yesterday he had a private conversation with Matskevich and assisted in arrangements for he russian to see governor Stratton and be received at the governor s conference. There were persons on their Way naft to the fair grounds officials said but the fair the five russians stopped at Lincoln s Tomb. A Laskevich came to Springfield Al gov. Yesterday ing the visitors never was very i Large. His Mother to put him on her Shoul they were so busily engaged in i the fair was the first big Ameri Ders so he could gel a peek Al seeing the fair exhibits that they can farm exhibition the russians i i Ron Illif Lio irn Pylon Provini Isle Huv Hrip Fly Stratton s invitation Given Mummy. 1 want to see a rus Jand waiting but it a Al the governor s Confer said a i talc Hoy hugging to be eaten by the re visitors. They re just said his Mother As she lifted him up. The Hoy was quickly satisfied. Fair manager Strother Jones of Buffalo 111., went to considerable trouble to arrange a special dinner for the russians. It consisted of a Choice roast beef and Fried Chick in. The drinks which were to be served before it were Vodka col Linsin Honor of the russians i though in Russia where they take their Vodka straight such drinks As Vodka Collins have never been heard of the meal was ready Vas fated nol said they wanted something they could consume More quickly. Their actual Choice Foo Long hot parking is free but folks paying Washington. Aug. 13 i parking on downtown Washington streets has Hen free since the City s transit strike began july 1. But forgetful motorists Are still feeding coins into the Parkins meters. In fact they spent 44 unnecessarily that Way last month. The 44 cents came from masons Welcome pennies put in by mistake. 1 i to i have seen. Previously they briefly visited a Small county fair in Iowa. Six other members of the rus Sian delegation spent the Day in Chicago. Masonic notice regular communication of Amity Lodge no. 340, . M. Will be held Mon Day evening August i in the masonic Emple at 8 o clock embers requested to attend. Visiting russians yet. Dogs and soft drinks. T. D. Hill. W. M. B. D. Mcbride Sec. Natural uranium the cheap Cal kind of atomic fuel. Most other reactors require enriched uranium. A russian scientist participating n the discussions said the new dutch design constituted one of he most useful potential ways of approaching the quest for Large scale economic Power production. In other panels experts exchanged noles on chemical damage done to various parts of reactors by the radiation which lakes place during inc Fis Sion process one of the big prob lems in connection with atomic development is to find new metals. Alloys and other material Hal will stand up under the radiation. One scientist said inc Exchange of views had been very helpful to those working on this problem. An american husband wife re search team from Oak Ridge. Tcnn., warned that special caution must be exercised in praying women of child bearing age. Wil Liam l. And Liana Russell said that in cases of unsuspected preg Nancy inc application of a rays to a woman s Pelvis might cause malformation of the developing baby in her womb. Ike pushing his Plano increase army reserves Washington aug. 13 a pres ident Eisenhower moved today to gel the armed service started on building up a ready Reserve a Iho Riml by legislation he signed last week. He issued an executive order authorizing the army and Marine corps to go ahead immediately in enlisting Young men below inc age of in i years into the reserves. No time should be the president said in moving toward inc goal of stronger reserves As rapidly As the new Law permits. Ii is my sincere Hope thai Young americans will respond to this Volunteer program in Suc h measures As to insure its the order permits qualified Young men below years to enlist in the Reserve for six months of Active training and 7 i years participation in Reserve training. The army and Marine. Corps Are lie Only services affected by to Day s order since they alone have requested enlistment quotas under the new program. The president authorized the Secretary of defense to approve quoins submitted by the services. The White House said that for the remainder of Hie current year ending june 30, the army has requested a total of new reservists and the marines on additional a tribute to Little league baseball teams to millions of americans Batter is the sweetest music in the world it s the thrill that Only baseball can provide. Our youngsters have teams we can be proud of. Maybe they Don t always win but what team does you sit and watch those players As they synchronize mind and you better understand Why team work and clean sportsmanship As we know them in this blessed land have helped build us into the most Power Ful nation in the world we Salute our baseball Young sters their coaches and managers they Are a credit to our Community always in there pitching for More victories Dixie Chevrolet inc. Vans and Mcquien phone 5227 we Salute our town Sears slashes prices for you during now is the time to freeze while crops Are Good. Prices Down on this family size col spot no need to Dicker no need to Trade you can sell or throw away your old air conditioner Freezer refrigerator or Washer and still save at Sears Freezer lowest prices we be seen for ranges this size and Quality save 41-Inch electric Kenmore compare at 249.95 7-heat top units Waist High broiler 5 a it. 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