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FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1951
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least one copy of Fractured
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Charles Addams' Monster
Rally, you should turn
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TOKYO, Friday, Jan. 5 (JP)
Frank Noel, Associated Press
Photographer who was captured
by the Chinese Communists in
Korea Dec. 1, is in a prisoner-
of-war camp "in the safety of
the rear areas," the Peiping radio
In a broadcast heard in Tokyo,
the Communist Radio quoted a
special Red correspondent with
the Chinese Forces as saying Noel
was one of the prisoners who had
signed a statement thanking the
Reds for "Courteous and kind
The broadcast gave Noel's Al
bany, N. Y., street address as 152
Western Ave., apparently as sup
porting evidence that he was ac
It also said he was "an Asso
ciated Press Correspondent with
the rank of Captain with the
First Marine Division."
Actually, Noel has no rank,
but all Correspondents have the
assimilated rank of officers, and
he was with the Marines when
captured near the Changjin Res
ervoir. Playmaker Rehearsal
To Be Held Tonight
All members of the cast of the
Playmaker production, "Of Thee
I Sing", should report for re
hearsal in Memorial Hall at 7:30
tonight, officials for the play said
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LAKE SUCCESS, Jan. 4 (JP)
Joint United Nations action
against Communist Chinese ag
gression was reported favored to
day by some delegates in con
sultations on what the U.N.
should do about the Korean
crisis. These delegates were said
to feel that the U.N. cannot beg
Peiping forever for a cease fire.
Worried U.N. delegates went
through a round of intensive
talks on the next step, with the
United States reported seeking
support for a move to declare the
Chinese Reds, the aggressors in
Korea. Delegates of the United
States, France, Britain, Cuba,
Ecuador and Norway met this
afternoon for the second time in
two days on the problem.
U.N. Officials and delegates
noted without comment Presi
dent Truman's statement at his
news conference that the U.S.
will not bomb Red China with
out U.N. permission, and is not
considering asking for such per
mission. The political committee of the
U.N. general assembly will meet
tomorrow at 3 p.m., E.S.T., to
consider the next move,
There were reports that the
United" States was reported not
yet decided what to do but there
was a possibility the U.S. may
ask for economic sanctions, which
means a blockade of Red China.
Some delegates of smaller
countries raised the possibilitv of
U.N. action under the General stressed his belief that his new
Assembly resolution approved
Nov. 3, 1950. This calls for joint ac
tion in the event of an emergen
cy and for a 14-nation collective
measures committee to study
what to do.
The Soviet Union refused to
have anything to do with that
committee but did insist on a
place on a Peace Observation
Commission which would observe
and report on areas of interna
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WASHINGTON, Jan. 4 (AP)Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower
today called on western Europe, to make "equal sacrifices"
with the United States in order to attain world peace.
The newly appointed supreme commander of the western
allies coupled this call with a ;
declaration that the sole purpose I ;
RALEIGH, Jan. 4 (P) The
State will need more money dur
ing the next two fiscal years and
it may be necessary to plug tax
loopholes to ' raise it, Governor
Scott told the Legislature today
The two-day-old 1951 General
Assembly heard the Governor
deliver his biennial message and
saw three other rapid-fire devel
1 A liquor referendum bill was
tossed in the Senate hopper, and
2. A- House member offered
legislation to provide stiff penal
ties, including mandatory jail
sentences, for speeders and drunk
3. The Senate approved stream
lining its committee set-up. Now
it will have fewer committees
and they will have fewer members.
of the North Atlantic Treaty
movement is to secure tranquil
lity for "all the world, not just
for the western democracies."
General Eisenhower will leave
for Europe on Saturday for what
he said will be "an exploratory"
trip p "reassure myself that we
are not working at cross purposes
He told a news conference,
which included representatives
from most nations of the world
including Russia, that the Amer
ican people would have to make
"If every American sacrifice is
not matched by equal sacrifices
by the peoples and governments
of the European democracies,"
Eisenhower stated, "we are not
going to win this security."
As examples of sacrifice he
mentioned higher taxes and will
nigness to serve the state in any
capacity, military or civilian.
Eisenhower made his state
ments in uniform. He will tour all
of the 12 North Atlantic Treaty
countries in uniform. But he
mission held no "spirit
tent of belligerence."
In his message, Governor Scott
said state agencies and institu
tions will need more money, "but
I am hopeful that this can be
accomplished in large measure
by anticipated increase in revenues."
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CHAPEL HILL, N.C.
Fifty out of 800 men out of
work because of the bricklayers'
strike here and in Durham have
filed for unemployment compen
sation in Durham.
As a result, a public hearing
probably will be held at the Dur
ham County Courthouse to hear
the claims, according to an an
nouncement made yesterday by
the State Employment Office
Employment officials said only
a few of the workers have filed
claims because of various stipu
lations for payment to strike
No date has been set for the
hearing as yet, according to a
spokesman of the agency in Dur
ham. The informant added that
a date will probably be set by
the N.' C. Employment Commis
sion in Raleigh after careful con
sideration is made of the claims. '
The strike is now in its fourth
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basketball or dances, drop around the
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week and with no immediate
signs of settlement, according to
union and management officials.
The bricklayers are demanding
a raise from $2.50 to $2.75 per
hour, but to date have been
turned down by the contractors.
Recently management had of
fered a raise of 12 and one-half
cents per hour but quickly with
drew it with the explanation that
review of the situation revealed
that they could not possibly af
ford to offer even this compromise.
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LONDON, Jan. 4 (JP) Prime
Minister Attlee told a closed
meeting of Commonwealth Prime
Ministers today "War certainly
is not inevitable.".
A pledge to work for peace
came from the eight conferees,
whose territories cover a quar
ter of the land of the earth.
A British spokesman who at
tended this opening session of a
10-day conference said the group
also laid down three broad pol
1. Maintenance- of United Na
tions authority 'in world danger
spots such as Korea.
2. A unity .of the free world.
3. A constructive approach to
world crises, following certain
courses of action and avoiding
Prime Minister ' Liaquat Ali
Khan of Pakistan, angered by a
refusal of his colleagues to dis
cuss formally Pakistan's quarrel
with India over the future of
mountainous Kashmir, was ab
sent. ": .
"M6re emphasis should be put
on inviting students of different
faiths into the Y program," is the
main recommendation of the Na
tional Assembly of Student
Christian Association Movement
which met at Miami University,
Oxford, O., during the Christmas
Local YMCA president Ed
McLeod yesterday said other im
portant recommendations were
made at the conference and two
of these concerning peace and
continued work for world har
mony were sent to President Tru
man and the State Department.
As 1,300 delegates gathered to
frame the policy for the top Y
national organization, outstand
ing religious speakers from all
over the country spoke to the
group on themes from campus
questions to Christian faith. The
main theme for the conference
was. "What Does God Require
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