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Wilson Daily Times (Newspaper) - November 24, 1950, Wilson, North Carolina Telephone All departments dial 5151 the Wilson daily times weather cold wave tonight considerable cloudiness becoming Windy my much colder Over West portion today and Over East portion by night saturday. Fair and continue Wilson n. C., Friday evening november 24, 1950. 16 pages today Price five cents i. Dewey blames a human failure for train wreck National state and City officials cry for Quick action new York a # a governor Thomas e. Dewey said today that preliminary evidence indicates a a a human failure was the cause of the thanksgiving eve Long Island rail Road wreck which took 77 lives. Dewey who Cut Short a Florida vacation to Lead one of the several investigations of the wreck started today i made his statement after a meeting with the state Public j service commission. As the governor spoke there were demands for Quick action by National state and City office Ais to put an end to the carnage on the Long Island. It was the second major disaster in a year on the Railroad. Passes signal Dewey said commission findings showed the express which slowed into the rear of a stall-1 de train had passed through one warning signal and one Stop signal at full Speed of Between 60 and 65 Miles per hour. The warning signal was a mile and a half from the scene _ of the Accident. Ill i stressing that the invest ail \-tlurcil�8 gallon had a just started a the governor declared local firemen assist in 1950 Seal Sale drive 9 chinese reds giant pincer movement geared arrive to speak for sustained assault to end to in Council Allied War before Christmas members of the Wilson fire department Are shown Here folding 1950 Christmas seals which will be mailed to Wilson county residents As part of the tuberculosis associations drive for funds. The project is an annual one for the Wilson county tuberculosis association. Shown above Are. Left to right j. H. Pridgen t. R. Bissette fire chief j. Woodard h. D. Wallace e. B. Wheeler and c. R. Joyner. All members of the fire department assisted in folding and sealing Campaign letters but Many were not present when the photo was taken. Times photo by Vernon Morton. Union services Are held Here All churches gather for special tuberculosis association opens annual Yule Seal Sale drive today a whatever the causes by thanksgiving event Man or mechanical the Situa a 0 Many groups and agencies help in Campaign Here on the Long Island Railroad is utterly intolerable. A a a a i propose to take every step by Vernon Morton Wilson county a 1950 Christ Mas Seal Sale drive opened Oklahoma youth is n by Elizabeth g. Swindell wilsonian with much to be necessary and possible to make thankful for raised their voices it a Safe Railroad at the quickest possible moment. Lins a tags Siept or has bestowed one Hundred and ten people. The lining advice. Have died in the two Long is a Law a a sadist Church a month in which to false Llu held at the first Baptist in urn i by l Lanei or Ltd chairman of the annual tuberculosis As tar Heel girl is named lops in unison to thank god for thelmere today with a quota of $6, to a a Ltd i too and Only slightly More than also named leading All round 4-h�?Ter land wrecks this year. One of six probes yesterday. The Rev. Will press charges i of us aggression on country a Border by Stanley Johnson Lake Success a a a nine member chinese communist delegation arrived at Idle wind International Airport today e n route to press red China a charge of american aggression before the United nations Security Council. The Grout which was met by soviet u. N. Delegate Jacob a. Malik and representatives o f other Iron curtain countries refused to speak to reporters As it alighted from a British overseas airways plane. Later in a statement to the press we Hsui Chan. Leader of the delegation said he hoped the u. N. Would give a a just treatment to the red chinese i charge that the United states has committed a a armed aggression against Formosa. Proclaims Friendship he said such a a just treatment would a a be helpful to peace and i Security in the Pacific and in a we declared a a profound Friendship has always existed Between the chinese people and i the american a a i wish to Avail myself of this Opportunity to convey my greetings to peace Loving peo i pie in the United states a he i said. The chinese reds came with the permission of the United states government a despite the fact that communist chinese soldiers Are fighting u. S. Troops in Korea. U. N. Officials did not expect an immediate Council meeting on the piping charges. Instead they looked for several Days of where allies gain on Kore Dii front losses re termed 50 a. I Unhwa. Statuti Miks Siufeng a manchurian Azja Yunchun Chon Kong sit a a plink Tang. Sam a w sch Junghwa i a a Kap it a a Kochu see of Japan is Inui Juul Quot an Yon Byon to Nep Cho no boat. J by it i to Chon Sman a Sun Chon Pyongyang Ham tag Hung Nam North Korea won san Manchuria v b v. S. And u. X. Troops advanced generally at several Points along the North korean Battlefront. South korean eighth division i captured Yongwon u. S. Marines 2 sent patrols to Udam on West Side of the Changjin Reservoir and the u. S. Seventh division s patrols operating out of Hye Sanjin 3captured Yalu River City probed along the River a Banks. Near Eastern end of the line 4south koreans captured Hatsu. Road and rail Tenter and reached a Point eight Miles Southwest of Changjin under covering runs of the Cruiser St. Paul. A map c. E. Hobgood Rector i a a a Chicago. A ply an okla a a a -. Or St us oily s episcopal Church Socia Tion s fund project said i e homa you eth and a. North Carolina private conversations among the is one of six that will be made in Ltd a Campaign will continue until the., Phi Noco d11ccanc or itch and of the crash or the status of the delivered the be Mon to Keg As last of december girl were announced today As the chinese russians British and bankrupt Railroad. ?1s Subj a a my precious Christmas seals were mailed nation t top All around four a a. P 8 the others include an inter heritage. Ree. By officials of the association ers. 8 a _. State Commerce commission in or Hobgood look the statue Here t0<jay. They Are expected Porter Lee jr., age 18, of Beggs to Avesta gation starting tomorrow o1 Liberty As a Symbol of Nur Way reach residents in Many parts Oklahoma and Carolyn Durham the a a Fol cd s Quot w8 and inquiries by of life. That welcomes the lovers to reach residents Typ Andrewin c _ slay a a or. Ales Bebler no Robbins enters civil action Here of life that welcomes the lovers Quot a a a a a a tomorrow. Or Smith age 20, of Andrews. N. A. Slay a a or. Ales Bebler. Nov of peace and Freedom from All Wron $300 scholarships to the col Ember president of the Security parts of the world. For. A we Are la Quot a a Artel or Harvey today lege of their Choice plus Silver Council would Call a session indeed a land of Many Peoples anointed chairman of trophies awarded by president not tuesday. He said., a a a no Truman As winners in the National red chivas Premier and for continued on Page twelve for Yule Trees the state Highway and Public works commission was named As defendant in a civil action # brought in Wilson county Superior so amp Lull court wednesday. J. Wright Robbins of Wilson county is seeking to recover $500 in damages from the commission for the alleged confiscating of the officials of the Wilson property belonging to him and chamber of Commerce Are con situated in Gardner a township. Tinting their search for two the complaint states that the giant Christmas Trees for commission a entered upon con holidays in Wilson defined. And took real estate sixty one of the Trees will be erectile in Width and about four Hun de at the Wilson county court dred feet in length belonging to House and the other will be the plaintiff without paying the erected at the intersection of plaintiff thereof a the action of Pender and Nash streets Here. Large Yule ,., Annoni Niph chairman of i trophies awarded by president next tuesday was appointee Cnair a Truman As winners in the National red chivas Premier and for of Frap los since Booth sales and Coin collections it u Man As w Lunet s in National minister thou in Lai Alef free blessings a in if Niit Tho in nov other four a achievement awards pro Eison minister noun a , Ai a this year especially when our throughout the county. U t Gram ready has served notice that chairmen miss Frances Griggs s a. The delegation will not discuss chairman of volunteers for Seal no. In at Miff is Macarthur Scolo Parimi Artur a Marv out actual Pic cd Eton records i general Douglas i Vicai Mur s Sale Headquarters miss Mai it a Roberts the charges that chinese comm Hunter Hackney chairman 0f any Roar m crud Jioje is. Me. B. Intervened in the Bond sales mrs. Tom Dix in number of projects completed and lists have intervened in to Tye r r their value to the club member korean War. Elm Cit it chairman mrs. R. C., u. Of a i Chou accepted a Council invitation extended september 29, miss Smith was a 194 Delegate to Send his group Here to argue in the International farm youth his charges that aggression was in Hange and spent her time their value to the club d. Beamon Stantonsburg chair and he Lamal it Man mrs. Guy Smith. Lucama a a a a a Loath Del Gate mrs. Albert Nichols Sims mrs. Cenie Lamm Black Creek and s. S. Eagles Saratoga. Seal Sale chairman for the e coloured division of the drive is or. B. O. Barnes. He is assisted by mrs. R. J. Johnson and mrs c. L. Darden. Hundreds of volunteers this year Are assisting in the drive i for funds. Members of the Wilson fire department folded seals committed when president Truman ordered the u. S. Seventh continued on Page twelve s. S. Eagles Heads welfare group a Wilson Man will head the or i red october 17, As the com-1 anyone having a Mission was engaged in Road sur tree is urged to Contact John a id completed mailing arrange northeastern District Public facing work in Gardner s town Thomas the manager at the to r0cih�roc of inti. Wolford for the continued on Page twelve saturday is final registration Day ship the complaint alleges. Cal chamber office. Judge declares he did not intend convicted Man should be executed Raleigh a if he had known that Emmett Garner s death sentence Woid not be commuted says Superior court judge Luther Hamilton h a have let a jury convict tomorrow is the last Day in ments and presidents of Indi welfare association for the which Wilson voters May Regist visual Home demonstration next two years. Or for the towns special Bond clubs will head the drive in their s. S. Eagles a member of election it was revealed today organization. The county Board of Public web by f. T. Green City manager. Headquarters for the 19501 fare was elected president of saturday. December 2, has Christmas Seal Sale has been the association at a District been set aside As Challenge Day. Set up in the lobby of the Briggs meeting held tuesday in the persons whose names Are not hotel. Volunteer workers will be Tarboro Baptist Church on the towns registration books on duty at Headquarters until the completion of the Campaign continued on Page twelve five Are injured in local mishap that it would have a a wholesome influence on the Community. He explained there had been a series of killings and aggravated assaults in Harnett. _ he said he Felt that even ii Garner Quot of Quot first Quot Digree Quot murder the jury convicted Garner the a a a a a a a a Garner convicted of Mur governor would intervene if the seri0ugiy when two cars collided trial judge recommended Mer and left the Road last night at by. 6 15 of clock at the intersection the original trial took place i0 Highway 301 and Lincoln Street. I in september 1947, Long before Accident occurred when an Scott became governor. I automobile driven by Marvin Scott said he recalled some j , coloured Man of route one correspondence on the Case but j Lucama ran through a Stop sign not the details paroles com-1 i missioner t. Johnson said that a trial judges recommendation in capital cases carries serving with or. Eagles will Are urged to Register tomorrow be d. D. Fields Greene county i at their individual precincts welfare Board member who will Wilson a $1,230,000 Bond cliche vice president of the District Tion will be held tuesday de and Monroe g. Fulghum Wib Cember 5. Voters will be called son county superintendent of on to cast ballots on a common Public welfare who was elected Ity Center coloured swimming Secretary. Pool storm sewer improve the next District meeting it ments water main improve was also decided will be held ments fire station Bonds and five persons were injured none in Wilson in 1952. Fire fighting equipment Bonds. Dering his wife in Harnett county was executed in the Gas chamber March 18, 1949. The jury had returned a first degree murder verdict and a death sentence was mandatory. Judge Hamilton of Morehead City said yesterday a i did no to Send him Garner there to be he asserted nation counts record death loll that if he had known Garner a a a great weight a but is not the would be executed. A i never Only Factor considered when w Ould have let the jury pass i clemency is considered of the question of first de the paroles commission file by the associated press the nation counted a record breaking number of accidental Ion Lincoln Street and into the path of a car operated by Jasper. Ford Fremont coloured Over the thanksgiving Creech aged 19, who suffered Holiday. A broken nose was arrested by a crash on the Long Island Wade Corbett and c. V. Wat Railroad thanksgiving eve Wilkins. Wilson policemen for driving 77 persons was the main the paroles commission Hie l without a License and for fail Factor in boosting the toll to a Gree described Garner As a Semi to s Fop a Stop sign Pord it new High for the Holiday. Garners was the second death i Lerate Roughneck Good Natur. Wag not Hurt. A Survey showed a death toll ise reviewed by governor Scott de except when drinking and persons in the Ford car of 188, surpassing last y e a r s Aho declined to intervene. At prone to abuse his wife. Coloured of Fremont were in record of 181. It also was far time judge Hamilton the at the trial the state of the 114 accidental commissioner led Garner called on his estrange in Miny. A acting paroles comm Sstoner de Garner caned on his estrange d a Wooten. Both deaths in 1948 128 in 1947 and totalled 24,580 or 90 Jophe 12 jurors at the trial and de wife while drinking that and Reiseg two 33 in ,946. Vers used executive Clemon so Etc Kasher with a single tree passengers in the Creech car Br-1 the judge declared the the prosecution a reason solicitor Jack Hooks Garner men can Tea Ner to a Tom requested and he permitted Field More than 200 Yards away Bunsen. A five zip the july to decide on the first and continued the attack and admitted to Woodard herring hos degree question was in Hopes j that she died 14 hours later Spital. Traffic accidents this year took the lives of 83 Personas compared to a record 123 on thanksgiving Day last year. But the collision of two jammed trains of Long Island brought up the toll. In addition there were 28 other fatalities listed under miscellaneous causes a shootings fires drownings and other causes. The Survey covered a period from 6 of clock wednesday night to Midnight thursday local time. It included Only persons killed instantly or dying of injuries suffered in accidents during those hours. The nations traffic deaths for the first nine months this year every 24 hours. The thanksgiving toll by i states listing traffic and miscellaneous included Maryland 2-0 North Carolina 2-3 Tennessee 1-0 Virginia 5-1 West Virginia 1-1. Count increases in a Ray Survey total of examined persons now hits 4,000 in county More than 4,000 Wilson county residents have obtained free Chest a rays from five Mobile units stationed in this area by the Wilson county tuberculosis association it was revealed today. Or. H. W. Stevens City and county health officer pointed out that 4.504 persons have been a Rayed during the mass a Ray Survey which started last week. The Survey will end in Wilson county december 23, after five weeks of continuous operation. A Large goal the project is sponsored by the local tuberculosis group in cooperation with the state Board of health and the Wilson county health department. Goal of the Survey is to a Ray a total of 35,-000 persons Over the age of 15. Children under 15 years of age May obtain free a rays at special request. Or. Stevens pointed out. However All adults Are urged to visit an a Ray unit As soon As possible. Volunteer workers Are conducting House to House surveys in an attempt to inform All county residents of the projects importance. And informational material has been distributed to almost All Homes. A full report persons who obtain an a Ray will receive a Roll report of the results from the state Board of health in about two or three weeks. Most residents will receive negative reports. Or. Stevens said meaning that they do not have tuberculosis or any other Type of Chest abnormalities. Two a Ray units have been stationed in the town of Wilson for the remainder of the Survey. One unit is located in front of the court House w Hile the other is stationed at Nash and Pender streets. No charge is made to any resident for the free a Ray he receives at a Mobile bus. Weather report observer Joe Overman or. Budget Campaign nears goal Here collections have reached $17,000, chairman reveals Wilson a Community budget drive hit the $17,000 Mark today it was announced by Roy Gate hell chairman of the Campaign. Goal for this years budget is $23,742. Today or. Gate hell said he is Well satisfied with the Progress of the drive thus far but added that he hoped that Wilson will be Able to reach its goal before the Christmas holidays. The Campaign St ii1 has a total of $6,742 to obtain through its mail and personal solicitations. Urges contributors or. Gate hell urged All citizens who have not yet mailed in their contributions to Send them in to the Community Bud get at the local chamber of Commerce office As soon As possible. Included in the names of the latest contributors Are Cecil b. Lamm and company Liggett Light aircraft provides big help by the associated press Tokyo it pm a United nations 100,000-Man army launched an offensive on the entire korean Battle front today to end the War in a hurry. The attack is moving a a according to general m Macarthur announced tonight. It followed a Long Lull marked by unconfirmed peace rumours. Macarthur made the announcement at 8 p. In. 6 a. Rn., est 12 hours after flying boldly to the Northwest front to direct the All out assault. Allies forge ahead elsewhere Allied divisions forged ahead in a giant pincer movement. The assault along the 80 mile Northwest front was moving ahead against a stubborn but failing resistance a Macarthur said. Gains ranged up to eight Miles. U. N. Losses were a extraordinarily Light As the allies pushed toward mountains where an estimated 100,000 reds Are entrenched. Macarthur said new red armies had joined the defenders but did no to amplify the statement. Allied aircraft provided a full strength Aerial umbrella for the Advance. The entire giant pincer movement Macarthur said is geared for a sustained offensive to end the War before Christmas. A the Justice of our cause a the supreme commander said a and Promise of Early completion of our Mission is reflected in the morale of troops and com islanders i flooded with peace rumours Macarthur ordered the drive in the Northwest toward the Yalu River Border of Manchuria the Day after Tokyo was flooded with peace rumours. He told his frontline commanders a Tell the boys when they reach the Yalu they Are go continued on Page twelve continued on Page twelve License plate sales to begin the Sale of North Carolina state automobile License plates will begin december i through the local office of the Carolina motor club j. By. Anderson the manager announced today. The club office is located at 123 South Tarboro Street in Wilson. The new 1951 License plates have been received and Mark a new departure in color. Since 1940, state automobile License plates have been Orange and Mark while the new 1951 tags will have red numerals on a White background. Offensive will not Hurt May help chances for settlement with reds temperatures highest yesterday lowest last night average for the 2 4 excess for the 24 hrs. _ a 34 50 i precipitation in inches for 21 hrs ending 8 a. In. 0.00 total for month to Date 0.55 deficiency for the month 1.23 barometer 7 30 p. In. 30.12-7 30 a. In. Jo.12 Sunrise Sunset a 6.oo a. M. ______4.59 p. In. By John a Hightower Washington a we diplomatic authorities said today the u. N. General offensive in Korea will not Hurt and May boost any possible chances for a peaceful Border settlement with the chinese communists. The timing of the big push which general Douglas Macarthur called the drive to end the conflict a was decided on military rather than diplomatic considerations according to these fully informed authorities. The fact that it was undertaken on the eve of the arrival of a chinese communist delegation at United nations Headquarters Iii new York was described As entirely coincidental. Nevertheless predominant opinion among administration leaders appears to be that this show of strength and determination to achieve a Complete Victory in Korea May hasten any negotiations which the chinese Are willing to undertake on the question of an arrangement to protect their Border interests. As regards the Long standing uncertainty Over what China 5 real intentions Are the next be Days or hour5 Are critical. If the chinese reds und Ltd Moscow pressure intend to make an All out fight against u. N. Forces they can be expected to begin pouring reinforcements across the Yalu River promptly on the other hand if their intentions Are less hostile if they have been making merely a Token show of assistance to the korean communists or have other limited objectives they Are expected to hold their main forces North of the Border while their troops in Korea fall Back under u. N. Pressure. They have insisted All along that their troops Are Only that May be a device to avoid direct and official involvement. This insistence on the voluntary nature of the chinese intervention is one of two main reasons Why administration officials have been and remain somewhat hopeful of an Early and peaceful settlement in Korea. The other reason is that during recent weeks the chinese must have lot committed the Large forces which they had available in Manchuria. Washings officials told a reporter that in ordering the drive now under was Gen cont med on to Velve

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