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Gastonia Gazette (Newspaper) - September 7, 1953, Gastonia, North Carolina Today s chuckle careful Rooming and smooth Job will take 20 Yean Oft a woman i True you can t look a Ioni night copyright general the Gastonia Gazette published in the City growing Beauty county. The Fine com Blu Cotton yarn can 1kr the weather North Carolina till tool Wain to Bibit Tutti in Fau and mild. Vol xxiv. No. 214. Amu Gastonia n. C., monday afternoon september 7, 1953. 12 pages matl Titi rom Singu Coty reds May try for arms control Lead Adenauer wins mighty German Victory just try it. Day with no labor would drive us mad Hal Boyle new York sept Day is a Fine idea. It gives the Boss 24 hours in which to escape from the critical Eye the working Man. It gives the conscientious employee the same respite from tils Stern duty re minding the management there Aren t enough towels in the Wash room. The theory behind labor Day 1ft to Honor labor by a b s t a i n ing from it. And it is a sound theory so far As it goes because any kind work looks better from a Dis Tance that it does when you get involved in it. The trouble with labor Daj is that it lives up to its name in Stead the theory behind it both Boss and. Hired hand work harder playing labor Day than they do playing they Are working an Ordinary Day. They put out enough foot pounds Energy labor Day to turn Hal Boyle every week. Why not wheel in America for a save All this wasted Energy Why not have a no labor Day As it is now millions Amert cans must work labor Day in order that other millions May play that is the Way our civilization is geared. But How about a Law creating a National Public Holiday which everybody and everything would be forbidden to do work any kind play in any Way tire Law would apply to men animals an machines. It would enforce com plate and absolute rest from Dawn to dusk. All beaches tilling stations bars restaurants Heaters and Highway would be closed. All Power Plant would be shut Down. There woul be no television radio programs no Ball games no newspaper printed. The zoos would lock up too thereby denying the caged inhabitants the pleasure Laughin at human visitors. Cops Coluci stay Home and Coo their Bun oils As no burglar woul dare burgle that Day. The Only human institutions Al Lowed to remain open would be few hospitals As no Law can Kee a fellow from dying falling getting himself born. Hens woul be permitted to go laying an cows to give milk As there in much Congress could do to so them either. But for everybody peace no work duties Energy wasting Pursuit pleasure an kind. What a silence would fall every City As fresh winds cleanse them All smoke and factory fumes How Serene All America would seem nobody doing any thing except just lying in bed rest ing doling dreaming testing All Day Long. Well it s a Fine goal thus no labor and no play Day. There s Only one thing wrong with it. It would t work. It would drive americans Stark crazy. They could t possibly sit lie still that Long. They Aren t made that Way. They either have to be doing something going some where. By 10 a. A. The housewives would be saying to their husbands Law no Law this House is going to be cleaned. And you gel up you Loafer and help by noon to keep from breaking the Law at Home the husbands would be out breaking the Lav everywhere else and even1 would have a Back door open. The highways would be jammed by mid afternoon and Bootleg Gas would be Selling for a Dollar a gallon. Before Nightfall every City would Triumph paves Way for arms tie Whest voters defy soviet threats kick out All communists in lower House and nip nazi comeback. Don Bonn Germany sept. 7 West Germany a u n c h d America s ally Chancellor Konrad Aden Auer and his pro Western government parties a new our year term office to Day in a landslide election Triumph. Defying soviet the rials More than 27 million German voters also threw All the communists gut their parliament s lower House crushed a teared nazi come Back and turned thumbs Down socialist pleas for German neutrality in the East West struggle. In Europe s most important elec Ion since world War ii the West term any gave an overwhelming endorsement in yesterday s voting to Adenauer s american backed pro Gram for rearming West Germany n Alliance with the Western Powers against the soviet menace. Big gains the grim visage old German statesman s Christian Democrat party won 243 the 481 seats in the bundestag lower tha was Only one seat Short a a no single German party has won since before Worl War with the 48 seats Cap tured by , the free democrats Adenauer held a commanding margin 95 seats. Trailing far behind were the opposition socialists with Iso seats. The election outcome was a catastrophe for the Kremlin and Triumph for the United states. Complete official returns from the 242 West German voting districts showed the eligible voters cast Bai lots. That was 86.2 per cent participation As compared with 18.5 per cent in 1m9. The Christian democrats 243 seats compared with 141 in the 194 elections. They won vote to in-1949. This was 452 per cent the total. In 1919 the had 31 per cent. The socialists won 160 seats wit votes 28.8 per cent com pared with 135 seats vote and 29.2 per cent in 1949. The communist tallied votes compared with in 1949. With Only 22 per cent the total they won no seats. Labor Lyer asserts no confession meant suicide airman says head fitted fake germ germ charges to save life says reds were Desper ate. Better off than counterparts labor Union Unity pleas Are sounded by the associated fress labor Day traditional end summer Holida brought to american workers today new reminders tha they Are immeasurably better off than their counterpart behind the Iron curtain. It brought too declarations tha they should be still better off. Lowell police chief seeks Gastonia Post Jack Sarver chief police at Lowell has made application for the chief s Job in Gastonia. Sarver said he was being backed by the Lowell town Council. He said he applied at the urging Many his friends in Gastonia. Sarver is a former policeman in Gastonia. Several others have applied for the Job. The City manager s office said but their names were not revealed by City manager James car Ter. Gazette Index amusements 3 bridge.11 classified ads .10-11 comics 9 crossword Puzzle .4 editorials 4 needlework _.11 pattern 2 radio to programs .11 society .5-6-1 serial Story .12 sports .-.8-11 pipe seeded to dry area Raleigh sept. Iou pipeline was being pushed to Day As workers continued to Lay pipe which will feed much needed into Raleigh s dwindling Reservoir. Some 42.000 feet pipe and five Ligh capacity pumps were loaned the City by the Federal civil defense administration and were rushed Here from Atlanta. Its expected to Cost the City to Lay the four mile pipeline from Sunset Lake to the City s eat id Mill watershed. The pipeline is expected to carry two million Gallons water daily from the private Lake. City Man Ager H. Carper said should be completed in about a week. Burlington also hard hit by a water shortage was loaned 25.000 feet pipe and five pumps from a civil defense stockpile at birding Ham ala., and is laying a two mile prom two powerful Union Lead ers Dave Beck the Al Tearr sters Union and John Lewis he United mine workers Cam pleas for Unity in the organizes labor movement. President Eisenhower at his vacation Headquarters in Denver i sued a statement saying America workmen mock the false insing Tion that economic Well being Ca be purchased Only at the Cost political they Are the final answer to Rise who Prate Freedom an practice slavery who excuse the ror and aggression in the name concern for the very workers who lives they the preside said. Exchange Over family worries Robert b. Inchon Korea sept. A greying Marine Lonel and a Young air lieutenant said today Here was Only one Way out confessing germ War do reds still hold Dallas i As pow gait the staff operation big which ended sunday brought operation anxiety to the Hubbard family Dallas. The son . And mrs. Ubbard was not released in the change War prisoners. The parts and their five other children Ere tortured with worry when the Anie Cpl. William Hubbard . Pipeline to Haw River. A tinge politics seemed Likely from former president Truman who scheduled a speech at Detroit. His first devoted primarily to Domestic issues since leaving the while House. The Republican controlled con-1 Gress came in for attacks by pros-1 ident George Mcany the Alj and Secretary treasurer James Carey die Cio. Mcany said a lbs television program that have Rone Back wards Are i could either die from their rental treatment serve my nary better by giving the com a insists the fantastic information icy said col. Frank h who was freed Only yes erday from a red War prisoner amp in North Korea. The chinese gave me a Choice f death they put words my Mouth and i said Laid it. Floyd b. O Neal fair a s. Both had declined to talk will newsmen yesterday when they wer Reed in hours the to can War prisoner Exchange. Other flyers returned the Fina Day Exchange said the reds go he confessions they wanted wit torture ranging from mental cruel letting maggots crawl inside wounded Man s ear. Schwable and Neal met new men after a Day s de scribed How the reds relentless ground away at their resistant with threats physical torture an unceasing questioning. Asked if the charges were tru the 45-year-old Schweble answered it is fantastic that anybody could believe that sort thin could be used. It is utterly Fantas c. They have enough fleas i and mosquitoes in North Kore without our adding to i want to make Clear i a Only once Choice to Sion Schwable said. To Tell you the truth when was repatriated i expected t be met by military policemen would arrest me As a the 25-year-old Neal told the Story they told me they had posit proof that i participated in Ger i must confess an it would be the Only thing the would save me. It was my life for a Bunch lies that could foe disproved Easl by our he called the charges Ridic the f51 lighter bomber Pilot shot Down March 4, 1952, near Simak North Korea. He said he signed the conf Sions alter three months to Ture. Mostly mental but at Tim at the Point a Bayonet. He added that the charges see flyer America since labor several showers fell in the a a car to and he Leigh area Over the weekend but link he 83rd co Nercess has they did Little to relieve the to do the the lbs that Are shortage vital to the the Ameri can Carey an Abc radio program said the new Republican resume had brought benefits Only to Bigi business which he declared a aped local temperature Hish yesterday just night. .1, noon to Oliy. I new rainfall la Scptt Marr rainfall in l.2fi inches Ticla in Hev Dorfi Rincy in the final list 2 jets and copter aim a records in t appear cd pow s. Now they Are wondering what App Ned to the handsome Young in who would have been 21 years d in july. Issing in november William . Was reported As mass g in action november 26, 1950, lat was the last official word in family heard until a Lew months to when the department dense informed them that he had can promoted to Corporal. They were filled with Hope in de Ember 1952, when their son was sled in the newspapers As one in chinese communists prisoners it they have scanned the column f news with Heartbreak in the ast few Days. Now they torture themselves with worry. Is he still a prisoner War Vas he Ever a prisoner is he dead Are the communists holding hit Lack did he voluntarily Remai Here the father said he feels Certai hat William was not among Tho who refused to be repatriated. His son was too Strong an american Patriot to be swayed by their propaganda he believes. Still hostage maybe William is a hostage is is capt. Harold Fischer jr., Swea 3ity, Iowa Jet double Ace who failed to return from a flight april 7. Piping radio reports said the Pilot was captured but Fischer was not freed in the Exchange. During these Long months anxiety the Hubbard family has t received any communication from he Corporal. Wrecked from nights sleepless Ness and Days worry the parents Are wondering what they could do now. Keeping list have been keeping a list he released prisoners who were in company a 38th1 regiment 2nd son s the parents said. We will write to them and see if they know what happened to they rubbed their hands in trembling worry can write to the War department and inc Nile if they have heard any More about our meanwhile the United nations officials announced that they Are going to demand the return other prisoners who were not liberated. If the communists stand n denial that they arc holding prisoners who wish to return Home the u. N. Can Appeal to he Neutral nations com Mission supervising the korean armistice. Even these appeals May not bring a reunion in the Hubbard family if their son is a prisoner. Germany and Japan Are Styli asking soviet Russia and red China for the re turn nationals captured in world War ii. So the Hub Bartis continue their Long wait. William Hubbard . Dulles denies rift with Ike diplomats see Russia trying for initiative soviets expected to come up with new proposals dealing with conventional and a arms. By Max United nations n. Y., sept. U. N. Diplomats believe Russia will make a dramatic attempt at the forthcoming general As Sembly to seize the initiative the stalemated problem disarmament and atomic control. These diplomats expect the to lets to come up with new propos als dealing with both conventional rms and with atomic weapons in luding the Hydrogen bomb. There has been some speculation hat foreign minister v. Molo himself might come Here to present the proposals but this has not been confirmed. The disarmament and atomic control question already is the As Sembly s Agenda. It is generally agreed it will become a major Issue the three month session opening sept. 15. Two developments since the last regular Assembly will have an important beating the discussions the korean armistice and the so Viet announcement that Russia has produced an a bomb. Russia s last major proposals Secretary confers with chief executive today foreign policy prob lems. And Haven t lost Hope the anxious family group affirms. By Marvin Arrow Smith Denver sept. Urr stale Dull to. Declaring he knows no rift Between him self and president Eisenhower confers wih the chief executive today regarding a variety for eign policy problems. Duties arrived it the president s vacation Headquarters from Washington last night for the labor Day conference and was asked by news men who met him at the Airport . Secretary is there any Fric Tion Between you and the presi not that i know the Cabinet officer replied. The question was prompted by a published report that Eisenhower summoned Dulles to Denver be cause he was gravely concerned and displeased by certain Dulles statements last week foreign issues. On saturday the summer White House called the report completely they dealt with West. Germany India Trieste and Japan and touched off angry criticism abroad. Dulles did not Sec Eisenhower last night but the two men were scheduled to get together today at the president s Lowry air Force base office. Asked what foreign policy prob Lem had brought him to Denver Dulles replied "1 have a docket about 10 the Secretary declined to specify them but Washington Licals have said the main emphasis would be developments Indochina and other far East areas the president and his Secretary state have not had a face to face conference since aug. 10, disarmament and atomic control came in alter the Host announcement that the soviet Union had exploded an a bomb. The Western Powers took the Lead at the 1951 Assembly session in Paris and came up with new plans. These led to some slight soviet concessions but the discussions soon bogged Down again. Borne delegates now feel that the recent announcement the h May have been timed to Ord a dramatic Opportunity for new proposals. Whether not it was deliberately timed it does pro vide a plausible reason for re opening atomic control discussions. The korean armistice has a Bear no the disarmament Issue be cause virtually All delegates particularly those from Western coun Ries have insisted that there could x no reduction arms while the korean conflict continued. Both these developments Are reflected in the Brief annual report the u. N. Disarmament com Mission adopted aug. 20, eight Days after the soviet Union exploded its first a bomb. The u. N. Has been considering disarmament and atomic control since it began operating in 1946. These two questions Are now considered As a single problem by the disarmament commission. The russians in their latest plan Call for an immediate one third reduction All armaments and armed forces and for prohibition All atomic weapons. The Western Powers backed by an overwhelming majority the 60 u. N. Members have advocated creation an International author Ity to own and operate All atomic facilities from the mines to the plans actually producing atomic Energy. Liberated pcs arrive in u. S. Patrolmen have fingers crossed a multimillion Dollar d a i sound and smell the Fame As usual. By american legion and Happy lawbreakers i across the nation would be telling each other i showed the govern mint it can t make an american take a Holiday lying freighter is aground prov1ncbtown. Mass., sept. 7 freighter s. S. Eugenia is aground pc Karl Hill bars about 300 Yards out to sea churned by fringe winds Hurricane Carol the coast guard reported today. The coast guard said the 255-foot vessel seemed to be in no danger at present but they were prepared to take off the Crew by breeches buoy if necessary. The coast guard said it was unable to communicate with the ship by Telephone and had no further details. The coast guard said it believed the ship was panamanian Regis try. Welcome planned for Gastonia pm Dayton Ohio sept. 7-Otv two Sabre jets and a helicopter Lloyd a. Mashburn underscore-1 new world Speed records tary labor said in a Lalk pc at the National aircraft show to pared for a California state fair Flay. The helicopter also Wii Biel audience at Sacramento that Oev Altitude Mark spite a few troubled industries the featured event is the race against Over ail economic picture is ume by Brig. Gen. J. Stanley and he added j Holtoner. 42, commander de the Economy is today operating wards air Force base calif., in the at extremely High Levels and there annual Thompson trophy event is no indication hat it is about Holtoner. Flying n North Ameri Gas ton escapes Holiday fatality two Days the labor Day j brakes and the Plymouth skidded san Francisco sept. The transport Gen. John Pope will arrive Here wednesday sept. 9, with 378 repatriated prisoners War including the following North carolinians Absher. Thomas w., sgt., Wilbar. Trivette Dennis o., pfc., Stony Fork. Allred James egt., it. 1, Liberty. Rollins Charles e., sgt., Mayfair ave., Greensboro. Bradford. Henry e., sgt., to Box 1134, Southern Pines. Cline. Oliver a. Sgt., it. 3, Box Hob Fayetteville. Gregory. Robert l., it. 3, Box Iab Oxford. Hall Vaughan to Cpl for 1, Box 3bs, Aiken re. Asheville. To turn Down in the near future can f-k6d Sabre Jet will try Lor a weekend Slid past without a High j around in the wet Road Jenkins Ernest t Cpl it 1 this healthy economic situation Ranj new world record for 100 kilo my Way fatality in Gaston county but two other cars with its rear. Tr.t1 Richlands give workers cause for Celebration ibis their tors. The Highway patrolmen still had president David j. Mcdonald an Aerial collision believed the Cio United St coworkers. In a first kind Between two a issued at Pittsburgh said Irine Sikorsky h-19 helicopters. Sunday s air show was marred by their fingers crossed monday morn ahead whom yet were the hours when thousands pleasure seekers a gala Welcome for Cpl. Followed by Corporal Myers his tween labor and Industry to Myers son . And mrs. Otis parents and several local Dignal that Ever greater cooperation be i each Craft had Only the Pilot would be their Way Home and tries Riding in cars. Plans Are also in the works for a big county wide rally Here in Oclo a Tell let nil Clui Luft commander prisoners War in the n labor a mtg As Complete wrecks at a said he had would be at a banquet and an Aid to government about s recognized. Myers South Gastonia who has a prisoner War in North Korea since july 1950, is shaping up for his arrival in Gastonia. Jer at which Lime All returning american legion commander James Boyce Garland said he had been appointed Gaston counts chairman in charge welcoming prisoners Home. Garland s appointment came from Ray Galloway Raleigh who is heading the committee throughout the state. He was appointed by governor Umstead. Commander Garland said the Welcome for Corporal Myers would consist a Street Parade led by the drum and Tuple corps from gallon american legion Post no. Prove living standards for americans is us grass roots in in i aboard. Maj. All jr., Quantico William t. Tebow the highways again would be clogged sulfa Crl mod with traffic. Ling place at injuries. The other Pilot Oxe injury Ore and More in p. Gist Cherry Point n. A local police n i was unhurt. Mcdonald also called for both helicopters were considered loss to the other in timing prisoners Are ins transfers Harvey Mcconnell sgt. 1st class John j. Robinson the Browntown Road Belmont a i and Jim Hope North Belmont. Otis Myers father Corporal Myers said this morning he had heard nothing further from his son. He said the War department would an aircraft company executive landed a Small helicopter atop the Reid Rcd a number minor traffic accidents but Only one after noon saturday in which Clyburn vehicle then turned its Side. Drivers the other vehicles were identified As John Jenkins. 55. Of Forest City whose 48 Chevrolet was damaged an estimated and Charles Phillips Robinson jr., 22. Of Waii Sboro whose 50 Dorliac sustained damage in the amount the Clyburn car damage was Over Lane Fred e., jr., pfc., 805 Yan cry st., Durham. injury was done. It occurred to patrolman Mckenzie at Saxon Joe e., pfc., 101 s. Main st., Winston Salem. Shepard. Carl pvt., 2511 Bru Nette blvd., Wilmington. Shoe. George it. 1, Box 80 a my pleasant. Weaver Squire w., jr., blow ing Rock. At a. Sunday. In ibis wreck involving three automobiles Odell Johnson 31-year _ municipal Airport. Harvey Mcconnell who has been j Joc Mashman. The Bell hello opt tanager International news co. At fort Worth flew the Nim 16-Story Biltmore hotel late negro suffered head abrasions Day to avoid a two hour traffic do and a sprained left ankle according Lay the Highway from Dayton i to patrolman j. D. Mckenzie. Manager service Bureau in Raleigh for the mile past year has been transferred to notify him As soon As he reached he Cable in new York City. The United states. He could be i . Mcconnell is the son . His Way Home now by boat he and mrs. H. R. Mcconnell this feet but from the National aircraft show to the hotel in about 12 minutes. The rooftop could be flying Home. I City. I plenty is about 25 by 35 a said he had Johnson it was reported was Riding in a 49 Plymouth driven by John Clyburn 32, Dallas negro. Clyburn was travelling West Wil Kinson Boulevard Mckenzie said when he came up two cars stopped at the traffic signal at the Lowell Road intersection. The Dallas resident was charged with reckless driving. A Young Cherryville resident escaped injury but the 53 Plymouth he was operating was damaged when it went out control a Rural Road South Cherryville saturday at p. M., and Over turned. Far Ulruan j. Brown said Wil Liam Cone Carpenter jr., 16, 704 Easl main Street Cherryville was driving the car. The vehicle skidded out control 318 feet be Clyburn reportedly applied wrecking Brown added. Sex prisoners leave for u. S. Tokyo sept. 7. Fifteen former prisoners War left Tokyo by air today for the United via Hawaii. The Anny list Virci used u. Couley i. Clarke Morganton n. Pfc. Russell Banks new Bern n. Sol. Daniel h. Smith Ash to. 0, sgt. . James n. Rag whale Williams i s. C

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