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VOL. LXV NO. 3$
Offices in Graham Memorial
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1958
Complete If) Wire Service
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Ml of St Ve tod y q"icklv approved
th? s It of 10 mil' Ion do'lirs wntli
i f U'e "ho I construction bonds
t n syndic-re headed bv he F rst I
Nation.d Ci'y Bank of New York.
With l.t Gov. Luther Bar-Mi.vdt
presidin; In 'he absence of Gov.
I'mles, ti e Council nppr ved the
tevonnendation of State Treasurer
WASHINGTON, Jan. 10 i.f-The
Sr-uite voted fr a lour h t me to
day In favor of creating a joint
Senate-Mouse commi'tce 'o kt d.'
the question of machinery for de cr
rnlning when a Pre'dont is o ihs
uhlr.l he can not carry on the duties
c.f office The romm'ttee would also
study preb'ems In Ihe field of snc
te ln to the pn sidencv.
Th Ilo 'sc, on hree p e, :ous cc-osion-c.
has refused to go along
v it h the proposal, sponsored over
the ypjrs by Sen. Green T -It I .
Green cvpres-cd hon it voild ;ip
prme it without d bv this time.
Toe spnnte adopt il Green's re
'lotion by voice vote.
lii DAIT.ST, Hnn'ary. Jan. 16
- hirst Deputy Premier Ferenc
Murnnich declared today Josef
Cardinal Mind'cnty can stay in
the U S legation here as n as
he like "and then he can go to
T e Cardinal look refuse in the
It nation after the Russians crushed
tie Hungarian revolt In November
1V1. He had been freed from Com
Tnimlsl arrest by rebels only a short
lime before. II I M years old and
In gord health. j
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Court Of Appeals Says:
House Committee Can Probe
Red Activities In Education
During Examr .... Seme People Sleep In The Library
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WASHINGTON, Jan. 16 (AP) vhich Judge David L. Bazelon con
The U.S. Court of Appeals, split- curred, that he believes the Wat
ting 5-4, today upheld the right kins decision holds the committer
of the House Committee on Un- "had no authority to compel testi
American Activities to investigate m:ny because it had no definite
Communism in the field of edu- assignment from Congress."
cation. i The decision today was the first
The majority specifically held interpretation by an appellate
that the Supreme Court did not court of the June 24 decision of
stiike down last June in its Waf- the Supreme Court reversing the
kir.s decision the House resolution contempt of Congress conviction ol
setting-up the committee. John T. Watkins a labor union of-
"We believe that if the court ficial of Rock Island, 111.
had intended to strike down the Today's ruling affirmed the
resolution, it would have said so contempt of Congress conviction
in so many words," wrote Judge of Lloyd Barenhlatt of New York-
Walter M. Bastian for the ma- educator.
joritv. 1 Barenhlatt, who formerly taught
"It would not have left so vitrl at the University of Michigan and
an issue to inference or mterpre- Vassar College, refused to tell a
, tation. The far-reaching results of
CAMUHlDC.K. Mam.. Jan. 6
-Sputnik II. the Soiet do4 carry
int at flUte. U due to ronppeur In
the rvfninz ky over the United
State trtiil ponmbly tomorrow.
For the f i-st few days it will be
mble only in the far northwest
ern horizons fnr most watchers in
the northern part of the United
Southern views will hae to wait
until next week for their first sight
ot the Soviet moon which last was
fen over the United Sta'cs late in
WASHINGTON. Jan. 16 -President
Eisenhower called upon Con-
CTP-;s today for authority to reduce j
price supports and to ease prod- i
uction controls on major crops. j
la a special message, the chief )
executive said In effect that the
government must shift its farm I
policies away from efforts to re
tried production tn programs de- S
Kix'ned to move the expanding prod
uction into market.
4 The scientific revolution in agri
culture Is irreversible and is con
tinuing." he said. "It cannot be
avoided and it need not be feared.'
Others Just Sleep
Science Foundation Awards
Grants To UNC Professors
such a holding would he that the
committee, established by action
of the entire House of representa
tives, would be rendered helpless
and would not even be able to Court here and sentenced to
summon a witness, much less have months in jail and fined $250.
Subcommittee on Un-Amorin
tivities June 28, 1954 whether he
then wns or ver hai been a mem
ber of the Communist Part v. H-.
was convicted in U.S. District
Had No Authority
Chief Judge Henry W. Edgerton
said in a dissenting opinion in
committee on Un-American Activi
ties during an inquiry into com
munist infiltration in labor. Wat
kins denied he had ever been a
communist, but said he had co
operated with Reds in the lab )r
movement some 10 years earlier. :
He refused to identify them con
tending this information was not
pertinent. In revet sing Watkins' ,
"onviction, the Supreme Court sai'i j
the question under inquiry w:-s i
not adequately revealed to the wit-!
Describing the Watkins situation
as "a far cry from that of Baren
hlatt," Bastian wrote: j
"We are of the opinion that, un-;
ier the standards laid down f r
us by the Supreme Court, Baren
blatt was made fullv awaie of the
subject under inquirv and was in
h position to judge the pertinency
of the questions relating to the
ubiect. We ae further of the
pinion that the nuestions were
n fact relevant and pertinent t-i
A grant from the Na'ional Science
Foundation will enable two staff
members of the Institute for He
search in Social ' Science here to
undertake a study on the use of
high speed computers in sociologic
al research and particularly their
application in the study of migra
tion. j Dr. Daniel O. Price, director of
ithe Institute for Research in Social
'Science in Chapel Hill, and Dr.
Ilupert 'B. Vance, research proies
sor. will cooperate on the researcli
project. The $!.!t00 grant from the
National Science Foundation will
finance the first year of their study.
The first step in the research, ac
cording to Dr. Price, will be to
ie'evelop a theory of internal migra
tion and then to simulate the theory
on a high speed computing machine.
Ttio m.'iinr po.nl of Dr. Price and
... . . ! i A tinc 1-n-inrT within nnis
Vance Is to use a high speed " -
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which can take data on
w r,t vnri.-.hlp relat- compulations
speed computers can perform ordin
ary computations at a high ra'e of ,
a large nu
,,. t migration and then show , uo co.n,m-x i m
cn the machine a picture of the
With this computer, the researcn
ers hope to be able to manipulate '
manuv of the variables in migration
and show on the machine the effect
ot any changes on the migration
On thp machine the wage level
of a certain group, for instance,
can be changed and the effect ot
such a change on the migration pat
tern is shown immediately on the
high speed computers.
'This has several implica ions
for sociology, and we hope in this
project to examine some of the
ateas that should most fruitfully
be programmed for high speed
Besides his duties as director of
the Institute for Research in Social
Science, Dr. Price teaches classes
in the department of sociology and
'anthropology at UNC. His areas of
specialization include sociology,
j statistics and migration. He has
I been a member of the UNC faculty
The final presentation of the three
new one-act plays by student au
thors will be tonight in the Play
makers Theatre at 7:30. ,
The plays, written by graduate
students in the Dramatic Art de
oartment.were presented for the
fiist time last night.
The presentation of new plays
has become a tradition on the cam-
rnaiiy i w.
ship of Frederick K.ocn m tne nus
Included in this year s plays are
' Fairy Beauty," by George H. Hill
Jr.. of Robbinsville; "The Eternal
Thread," by Gunsam Lee a native
of Seoul, Korea; and "A Whi e
Butterfly," by Gabriela Roepke of
Admission to the plays is free.
In January last year the Court
of Appeals affirmed Barenhlatt'-5
conviction, but the Supreme Court,
after its Watkins ruling, sent it
back for another look.
Bastian , said in the majority
opinion today that the Supreme
jCmirt."in no uncertain, terms criti
cized the resolution creatine th?
committee for lack of specificity,
for uncertainty, for vagueness, an !
the scope of the construction ac
corded to the resolution as acted
upon bv members of the commit
tee and its subcommif tees."
But nowhere in the Watkins
nninion bv Chief Justice Arren. 1
Rastian said, does the court uo !
1an?u.ne sunoorting Barenblatt's ,
contention that it struck down the I
A S3CO0O0 campaign to. build
and furnish facilities for Presby
terian student religious activities
on five Tar Heel campuses was
approved at a meeting of 50 min
isters at Chapel Hill Wednesday
1 UNC will receive $265 000 t.)
supnlement local funds being rais
ed for the renovation and enlar
ment of pvecnt church facilities.
: The funds will he used to bull .1
a snrient wtn? on tne new cnurcn
huild'r-'. Officials are waiting on
f'nal mners from architects to let
the bids. They hone to break
ground for the new building this
It will be located on a vacant lot
frr;nrt Henderson St,
Funds from the 300 000 eam
naWn scheduled in March will be
used tn replace improvised' cen
ters ar.d to exnand existing quar
ter at uyc. N C Stfi Duke Fat
Carolina College and Woman's Col
lege. j $200,000 On Hand
i It wi announced that T)r. 'r
Redhead Jr.. natnr of the First
Presbyter tan Church at Greenv
I horn, will serve as ministerial
I chairman of the campaism. The
1 drive will undertake to suoplement
1 $200,000 alrendv .on hand. , .
I 'A total, of Si83 OOO wH be' ven
to Tuke. East Carolina -will re
ceive $30 000, Statel SW.000 and
! Woman's rv.TJeee. $30 000.
" Student Needs
! ITesnvtenan fturifnt neeos were
Dr. Price commented. "High j
NIT. AIRY. N.C.. Jan. 1G Ot o
MiKxty's wallet came back to him
after 11 years, carrying a new
bill and a blessing.
lrwdv riroDoed the wallet 13
year$ jjo In a nupcrmarkct here.
Inside was about $100 In bills that
he planned to use for a vacation
trip to following day. A frantic
bunt failed to produce it.
Today, an elderly Negro woman
ho refused to give her name or
ddre!S came to his office. She
Landed him the wallet, saying: '!
am returning it wttn tne s
blessing." Inside was a $100 bill.
WASHINGTON, Jin. 11 (.IV-Pre-Mt
ot Klsenhower's request for au
thority to spend more than half a
billion dollars on new emergency
Tyrone Power, Faye Emerson
Starring In WC Production
Thieves broke into the jukebox
in Graham Memorial
GREENSBORO Tyrone Power
land Faye Emerson will appear in
! person in ' Back to 'Me hu-elah" to
be presen'ed on the stage of Ay
cock Auditorium at 8 30 p.m. on
l eb. 2).
George Bernard Shaw's "Back to
Methuselah." as condensed by Arn-
Dr. Vance is Kenan Pro'ess-r of
sociology at the University, and he
has been connected with UNC since
Hi29 He is author of several books
and articles dealing with many as
pects of population and migration.
He is interested in sociology theory,
lation social structure and
Miss Churchill Fined
Malibu. Calif.. Jan. 16 (J-v-Sarah
.u Thootvo r.nilH-Arnnld viun. ....i, . v. v o.,
c r. vvirnrtrin Piiiirfliill anolos?.
i , i e 1C .. 1 ...111 V, 3 oil tun -ilk.. - c
K mm and iook irom jiu u 9i-J..vioss pronuction aim wm ut.- biuu
between 5 and 8 p.m. Saturday.-
The job was done so expertly
that the theft was not discovered
until Monday when the jukebox I
was opened to take out receipts for
Band Bailey. GM building super
visor, said the theft had probably
upare age defenses this year won two persons, one to do the
iutck preliminary approval today in , j(), an(- another to keep watch for
tht House Armed Services Com- the -floater" who checks rooms
Chalnnan Vinson H) Ga) said the
committee will vote on the request
Monday, after a technical change
las been made In the bill to make
j more specific.
Vinson said the committee was
" in, thorough agreement" with the
measure as It was outlined at a
in Graham Memorial every 15 1
The outsid- lock of the jukebox
was not damaged. However, the in
side lock was forced, Bailey saic'.
The lock could have been open
ed with a hairpin or screw driver,
! Saturday night's theft of juke
in Greensboro under the auspices
of the Theatre of Woman's College.
The production is n:t to be a
'stntfod reading." but will be a ful
ly acted play, complete with scen
ery and effects designed by Marvin
Reiss. Costumes are designed by
Patricia Zipp odt. The play is di
rected by Ma-garet Webster.
Co-starring with Power and Miss
Emerson will be Arthur Treacher.
Also in the cast will be Moss.
Valerie Bettis and Roger Boxill.
"Back to Me huselah" will be the
first of several fine arts even's on
RALEIGH, Jan. 16 (.fi-The Coun
cil of State today approved an al
luocation of $"0.000 frm. the Sta e
Property Fire Insurance Fund to
the University of North Carolina for prpp'hvferlnn
damage caused by a f re last week, i parni;na v.C
The fi e resul ed in ce ions da u
a?e to Swain Hall which housed the
University's communication cen er.
including the studios of its e Id
eational te'evis'on station WUNC
Insurance Commissioner Charles
F. Gold s:id the allocation from ,
the fire insurance fund was p-e-
liminary because the f 11 extent of j
the damage to the radio and te'e- i
vision equipment, in the building has
not been finally determined. j
He said in all probability it would
amount to as much as $50 000 and
"it could go as high as $75,000." He
A good woy for students to add to acided "It's impossib'e to say yet
their total credit, make up entrance j until we find out the amount of
deficiencies or earn qurlitv pcints.the damage to that equipme-it."
is to enroll in the ma y correspo -1 The f're in Swain Hall was one ring the door bell and then wait for
dence courses offered by the Exten-! Gf six that broke out in Unive sity- the girl to come out.
resolution creating the committee.
Watkins appeared before a Su')-
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discussed at the dinner meeting
here Ver"'nesda a"d delegates
ot a first-hand look at current
facilities durins tours of existing
student centers at
State and Duke Uni
Officials aid coOO OOO a 1 --" ''v
i -n hand to a to the 300 V0
henod to bp i-nicpd in the forth
coming drive. It would brin" oil
funds for the projects to S500.000.
Starting Saturday. the sorority
houses here will be closed to all
guests and will continue to be closed
This does not mean, however,
that soror'ty girls will be prevented
from dating. But their dates may
sion Di ision here in Chapel Hi 1.
Those students who cannot be iu
residence have been invited and e:
i couraged to enroll.
The University accepts one full
yeor's work by con esponclen e for i
ere tit toward oac -eiors ft-gite.
but reqii-es students to take the
The 1958 contest in colloid and
sunace cnenusiry among college ;
undergraduates was announced to
day by the University ot S-utaern
California. Tne contest is sponsor
ed by the Continental Oil" Co. of
tvyhO and ' Ponca Citv.
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Okla., and U now, in its second ear s u 111 - -
.- if cuitahlo courses are available.
yr- I .... a
Students of chemistry and chem-' a scnior may iaKt" u "
ical engineering in all accredited ; ence. with the approval of his dean,
colleges and universities in the, the last two courses required for
United States and Canada are elig-lhis degree.
are full-time under-! Full information can be secured
owned Buildings the same night, but This ruling was made at a re
the o hers caused only minor dam- ce-d meeting of Panhellenic Coun-
i ape. uttier is nave expressed uk cn so as iu gudmu cc a m""
'opinion the fires were set de i- atmosphere for the girls during
Iberately. exann time.
Aubrey Brooks Scholarship
Competition To Begin Soon
Outstanding high school g aduate i these scholarships in 1955 with a
.from the old "Imperirl Fifth Con- million-dollar gilt to tne lo:isoii
jgressional District" of North Caro- dated University.
ible if they are full-time under-; run intormauon can 111 ' jlina for tne third straight year ha'e The famovs Nortn Carolina law-
ffraduates on ADril 1. from the office in Abernehy Hall.. nnnnrtlinitv tn pomnete for Au- ver benefited the Universty also
A 5,000-wcrd report on research ( Office hours are 8:30 a. m. to 4:ou
conducted by the contestant in the :p. m. Monday-Friday and 8:30 a.
fields of colloid or surface chem- m. - 12:30 p. m. Saturday.
hour closed session with Air receipts was the first Bailey recall
ed as occurring here.
the WC campus culminating m tne m my nouse ann -.canuns "j
15th annual Arts Festival on March for television.
13. 14 and 15. j "I have been under some strain.
The presentation here will be part I fully realize anyone mi-ht have
of a 42-city hour which began Jan. misunderstood my ac'ions. I regret
6 in Orlando, Fla., prior to the any inconvenience to the public and
opening in New York on March 17. J those I love.'
istry or an essay on "Radioactive
Isotopes in Colloid .and Surface
Chemistry" may he submitted for
i a $500 first prize, $200 second
prize, $100 third prize, or henor
I able mention prizes of $50. In ad
! dition an excellence prize of $500
i mav also be awarded to the best
j entry if it satisfies exceptionally
Entry blanks may be obtained
immediately from Prof. K. J. My
sels at the University of Southern
- t : r : t a. t Airorrlc
i I illil t)I Ilia. LiUS -YIltMCS i. a
ill than drunk," the red-1 win be announced and distributed
actress said. "I was alone ' bv an,nvmoUs iudses bv Sept. 2.
ied todav for causing "any incon
vt nience to the public and those
; lrve " and Dleaded guilty to
charge of being drunk in pub'ic.
She was fined $50.
Miss Churchill. 44, stood s'raight
and resolute before Judge Charles
II. Woodmansee in Malibu Justice
Court and said she would like to
make a stattment in regard to her
arrest last Monday at her beach
-I would like to say that 1 was
brey Lee Brooks scholarships.
Mr. Brooks, who died last Friday,
The Bureau wo ks with about 2000 . saw
students each year, i
sons in almost every
his scholarship program
ncluding per- through two graduation class s.
county in Each year 11 scholarships, vatuea
through his gifts to the University
Students in the "Imperial Fifth
( Congressional District" who receive
scholarships come from the follow
ing counties: Surry, Stokes, Rocking-
North Carolina, in almost all of the! at $5C0 each andrenewable for the CasweU Person Granvil:e.
a.d in many of the armed , of college, are awarder h
43 sta es,
forces installations both here and in
As contest chairman. Dr. Mysels
is being assisted by an advisory
committee composed of P. H. Em
mett, John Hopkins University;
J. W. Williams, University of Wis
consin; and W. A. Zisman, Naval
All classes will be held Satur
day, according to an announce
ment by James L. Godfrey, deon
ef the faculty.
This date had previously been
set aside as the special reading
day in preparation for exams.
However, because of the added
day of Christmas vacation, it was
then announced by Chancellor W I
liam Aycock that reading day
would be abolished.
and may be used at any of the three and Durha
branches of the Consolidated uni
versity: UNC, Woman's College and
North Carolina State College. J
Candida-es for the scholashi.s
are first recommended by their high '
school principals and must appear
before a county comm t ee before
being sent here for ihe final selec
In two weeks, the county com
mittees in the fifth district should
begin nominating candidates for the
Mr. Brooks, who borrowed money
to go through Carolina, set up the
IN THE INFIRMARY
Studen's 'n the infirmary ye ter
Mrs. E'.einor Barksda'e. Mis es
Maurdire Baker and Linda Mrf
and George Forreit. Frederick
Stetk, ValenliJis Rupeiks. WJliani
Brigman, Roland Ile'ges, Wil
liam Davis, George Elmore, R
bert Frrmer, Frank Fables, Jie
Quigg, Richard Nichols. Jerry Op-
penheimer, Julian Smth and M .r-
Aubrey Lee Brooks Foundation for i ton Dear.