Cii?el mil, c.
Warmer today with an expected
high of 58. Yesterday's high,, 48;
yesterday's low, 35.
The editorial column today con-
iams a reprmi irom the
Chronicle. See page 2.
VOLUME LXII NUMBER 44
Comolete JP Photo and Wire Service
CHAPEL HILL, N. C.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1953
Complete .JP Photo and Wire Service
FOUR PAGES T0DA1
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FORMER PRESIDENT Harry S. Truman faces a group of news
men on his arrival at New York's Pennsylvania Station. The House
Un-American Activities Committee yesterday issued a subpoena for
Truman's appearance in connection with the Harry Dexter White
case. NEA Telephoto.
Probe Goes On
NEW YORK, Nov. 10 VP Atty.
Gen. Herbert Brownell. Jr. came
in w York from Washington
Of Labor Hits
WASHINGTON", Nov. 10 4.-P.
President George Meany of the
American Federation of Labor
today and said a Department of j last night denounced as "little
Justice review of "evidences oi
communist infiltration" in govern
ment is "still going on."
Hitlers" those who. he said, have
threatened to abolish public schools
in their states if the Supreme
Brownell paused bneflv to talk Meanv,s statement appesred to
to newsmen as he entered the .. Gqy James
Mcrx-arH rhib for a private lunch-- , ......
ran an.i discussion of a law stu
Coed, after listening to astron
omy prof explain hoie rotation
of world is gradually slowing
down, asks: ''When is it going
President Bob Gorham. strol
ling down Graham Memorial
halls ivith large glass tray of
cookies, stinnbling and dropping
nhole toad in front of rival
political party meeting's door.
Dean Thomas H. Carroll of the
School of Business Administration !
will resign June 1, it was learned
! Carroll is resigning to become
the Ford Foun
dation in New
York. Details of
s-were not ira-
Virginia Train Trip
Still Saturday Classes
Train tickets for the North Carolina-Vriginia game will go on sale
this morningdn the YMCA lobby, but Chancellor House's office has
announced that no Saturday class absentee permits will be issued.
Students desiring to go on the train must take cuts for the morn-
? " - a,
To Play Here
able last night, ling's classse Saturday, Novemeber
but Carroll has j 21, in order to take the train or
been engaged in l gQ bv other means of travel.
' ; part-time work
wakkOlL with the Foun
dation since September.
He is working with the Ford
group in New York at present.
The ticket booth will be open
from 9 to 10 o'clock each morning
through next Tuesday.
Departure time from Durham
will be at 4 o'clock Friday after
noon. The train will leave Char- '
The 38-year-old dean, one of the ltotesville to return to Chapel Hill
?nt clerkship program with U. S.
Atty. J. Edward Lumbard and
To a question whether his de
partment expected to bring out
any more cases. Brownell said:
"When I took office I said we
F. Bvrnes of South Carolina, who
has said he would close down the
public schools in his state if the
high court rules that racial segre
gation in the schools is a violation
of the constitution.
Addressing the 25th annual
meeting of the National Confer
ence of Christians and Jews,
;nen i iook unite x ,. ... , ,
ii -a - f m ! Meany said m a prepared speech
Id review all evidences of com- - r
Has that work been com
pleted?" he was asked.
"No, it is still going on," Brown
COLUMBUS. Ga., Nov. 10 -(.-Pi-
J. Edmund Page, 58, former pub-
that the AFL will wage an unre
mitting fight against racial and
religious intolerance and discrim
ination. "I know there are some ele
ments in this country who foster
race hatred and religious preju
dice for the sake of narrow politi
cal expediency," Meany said.
"I have heard some of them
age, jo. luunci Vxu-
: fhpeafpn nnhiirlv tn aholivh tnp
Inner of newspapers here and at: .
1 t '. , . public school system in their
Durham. N. C, died here earl
,. . - states if the Supreme Court rules
todav He was followed in death ; . t .
1UuU-- , , ,. ,. ;asainst segregation m the public
a lew nours laier u ms iuuv,
Mrs. Edith Larkin Page, 57.
The Airmen of Note from Pope j
Field will play a three-hour dance .
here Saturday night in behalf of
"Operation Christmas," a program
started bv two airmen in 1950.
About 5000 are expected to at
tend the dance sponsored by the
Chapel Hill Junior Chamber of
Commerce and the Order of the'
The appearance of the Unite'3
States Air Force Glenn Miller
Band in Woollen Gymnasium will
be one in a series of 11 perform
ances throughout the state in be
half of the airmen's program.
"Operation Christmas" was be
gun when two fliers repaired a bus
to be used by an orphanage and
planned a modest party for some
of the children in 1950.
When Major General Timberlake
heard about the idea he set the
program on a community basis as
comimttees air force personnel
and Fayetteville merchants com
bined forces to raise $4,000.
This was used to purchase 500
gifts which were delivered to the i
orphans by helicopter.
The next year plans included
every institution in the state, a
j total of 32. with S50.000 worth of
j gifts being distributed in 16,000
' packages wrapped and addressed
; by airmen and citizens.
Nationwide recognition followed,
a train with 1,400 orphans to Pope
Field for a giant party.
; Last year the state Jaycees co
! operated with the "Operation
j Christmas" committee in sponsor
i ing the Air Force Dance Band
I which helped raised the S100.00
! used to buy gifts.
! Santa visited 3!Torphanages dur
; ing the Christmas season by heli
The band, co-sponsored this
youngest business administration
heads in the country, came here
in August, 1950. He had been Dean
of the College of Business Admin
istration at Syracuse University.
Ke was assistant dean of the Har
vard school prior to World War
II military service.
at .10 o'clock Sunday mornin:
Approximate cost per ticket is
To Assist In
4- ' . ?
i-s - 2 " .-. .
K. ; '
Carroll is a native of California.
He first came to Chapel Hill with
a group of Naval officers making
an inspection of the University
He has expressed himself as
being "very fond of Chapel Hill."
He lives with his family on Laurel
Will Visit Here
Faculty members will help set j
program policy and help create j
ideas for WUNC-TV when the Uni-
versity's educational television sta- j
tion takes the air next September I
under a plan announced yester- j.
day by Robert F. Schenkkan, di-1
rector of television. j
A seven man program council
of faculty members will be ap- i
pointed. Similar councils will "Be j
set up at Woman's College and j
An Aviation Cadet selection team j State College,
from Pope Field will visit the: The councils will advise on
University November 18-20 to in wUNC-TV's programming and lend j
terview and process applications a helping hand in creation of new j '54 Beauty Queen
DEATH, iN THE PEkSON Of f.:r. Brink, is firmly Trapped in the
apple tree as Gramps' wish comes true in "On Borrowed Time,"
comic fantasy to be presented by the Carolina Playmakers next
Wednesday through Sunday. Playing the part of Gramps (left) i$
Christian Moe. New York City; Mr. Brink, played by Rick Faw,
Southern Pines, and Pud, the grandson, portrayed by Michael Casey,
Chapel Hill. Tickets for ths play go on sale today at the Playmakers'
business office in Swain Hall and at Ledbetter-Pickard.
for aviation cadet training in the programs. Members for the coun
cils will be chosen by a pro tern ;
committee which will report to
Chancellor Robert B. House.
Air Force, it was announced here
The Warn will make headquart-
It was during Carrolls tenure ;ers at the YMCA building.
that the School of Business Admin
istration moved from Bingham Halj '
the selection team, said m a pre-
rhnpl Hill that
a handsome battery of three,- - ,
all college students are now eli-
new Duiiaings, carron, uaraner, ,ih1o in rrir,uf, annlipatinn for Air
and Hanes Halls. Force flying training.
,, j j- n n r ii ' The selection team is supplied
Carroll succeeded D. D. Carroll ... f
'with all current information on
as dean. The School was organized mving training within the Air
in 1919. i Force.
Yack Contest Tomorrow
Almost 90 contestants for the : Herring: Sigma Nu Louie Ci
meeting Mondav bv Schenkkan ' title of 1954 Yack Beauty Queen fey, Mary Frances Stone. Kitty
1 The council plan was outlined
F. Pendleton, chief of tn riVan and nVnartmpnt heads af
and Earl Wynn, head of the Uni
versity Department of Radio.
Boys And Girls In Same Dorm
At Merry Old Bemidji State
BEMIDJI. Minn., Nov. 10. They're celebrating one year of scandal-free
group living at Bemidji State Teachers College this week,
raised eyebrows notwithstanding.
Bemidji boasts a coeducational dormitory. And so far there have
j Play Reading
j This Evening
Graham Memorial will sponsor a
; reading of the play, "Glass Men
agerie," tonight at 8:30 in the
' The Tennessee Williams drama
will be presented in a reading
"We who believe in the brother-
Page died after an illness. Mrs. hQod of man cannot be intimidated
Page died from
shock over her
WASHINGTON, Nov. 10 W
Frank P. Graham, U. N. mediator
in the India-Pakistan dispute,' said
today that "America, the haven of
heretics in the days of its infant
weakness, should not in the days
of its power become the strong
hold of fear and bigotry."
Citing some chapters of Ameri
can history, the former senator
from North Carolina told the an
nual meeting of the National Con
ference of Christians and Jews:
"This country can give fresh
hopes to all people for truth, free
dom and brotherhood."
And, Graham said. "This country
has a high destiny under Provi
dence to preserve freedom of mind,
the cross-fertilization of ideas,
freedom of investigation and the
ite of mind."
by these little Hitlers. They op
pose all human progress. They are
trying to isolate themselves from
the rest of the United States and
build up fortresses of reaction
where anti-unionism, anti-Negro-ism,
anti-semitism and anti-democracy
r 11 At r i t
been no mishaps or moral viola- Iorm- rauier inan a "nia pro-,
tjons ; auction ana 11 11 is successiui 1
Its' users - who are quartered mpre readings of an experimental
nature win louow.
It is free of charge and open
ie Brooks: Delta
Delta Delta Coco Weiuernwi. Jan
to the oublie.
Starred in the reading will be: ! " lilucls' '11U1 " lcu Delta Connie
Umega t'at Jurr.Dul. Jean bry
Lillian Prince, Mary Helen Crain, j
j under the same roof but in sep
'arate wings of the building are
all in favor of the idea. They meet
i i -ii 1-1.1 1 a 1
Two members of the Adminis- iacn omer m a ioouj mreu
.--.,,-. A CA Uxftnn r-t Ant r( tAivn tKic Vfflr tinS.
sidny uduuca diiu tilt: ' auun jl uiu
Ninth Air Force, has just finished ! attending meetings in Nashville. !
"Glenn Miller Storv," starring Caude E. Teague, University " C5iauiM a n,ore wnuie.Nomcj ; Tew, Louise Perry, Pat Sweeney
0 1 . . . t hnrt if tu k, o nri shows for San Dieso s Recreation- . ..... . ,
James Stewart and June Allvson. ; Business Manager and a memocr fu"11 cw "" " . : Jett, jonnson. Kacnei brouKs: Kap-
The original purpose of" thejof the National Advisory Commit- j girls were chasing back and forth ai department ana appeared as pa AlphaAnn Jacobs Acn
r- r- I 1 i Dnlan in trip I am ma Plavmak-prs . ...
Pope Field band was to carrv on tee of Business Officers of the i""5 -dmpua. , - bert. Lolne an Kuk,
;were announced yesterday by tne : Kerr, Doane Randall. Kathy Wit
;yearbook staff. 'man: Delta Kappa Ep:!on An -,
1 Competition for the title and 12 May, Judy Jackson: Smith Derm
court members will be held to- Sonia Bergun: Pi Beta Phi Ln
morrow night at 8 o'clock in Me- Daniel, Jane Berryhill. Sue Eikot,
morial Hall. But the identity of Donna Blair. Ann Jone:
the queen and her court will be
kept secret until Saturday night
at the Grail Dance.
The dance will be hold in Wool
len Gym. The Glenn Miller Air
Force Band, organized in memory
of the late bandleader-airman, will
The band is raising money tor
an "Operation Christmas" pro
gram sponsored by Pope Field to
make the Christmas of North Caro
lina orphans a little mire happy.
ine contestants are:
St. Anthony Hall Ruth French, :
Margaret Underwood: Tarnation
Sample Bemidji opinion:
From a male student, "It seems
; Charles Jeffers and Dan Reid.
! Charles Jeffers, a junior from
ant: Connor Dorm-
i kins: Mclver Dorra
! Murphy: phi Kappa Sigma Ann
Alpha Kappa Psi
Alpha Kappa Psi, national pro
fessional fraternity in business ad
ministration, will meet tonight at
7:30 in the seminar room of Gard
ner rfall. A movie produced by the
Kemp Lumber Company will high
light the meeting. All interested
persons are invited.
Group To Meet
Mrs. George L. Carrington, Burl
jington, chairman of the School of
j Nursing AdvisoYy Committee, has
i called a meeting of that group for
next Tuesday at 2 o'clock.
The committee is functioning in
cooperation with the Medical
Foundation to promote a program
of scholarships, and to aid in ad
vancing the program of the local
school. Dean Elizabeth L. Kemble
is secretary of the committee.
For the current session the Med
ical Foundation provided 21 schol
arships for the School of Nurs
ing, runner scnoiarsnips, pro
grams of extended service, policies
and patterns for the School of
Nursing will all be within the
province of the Advisory Commit
tee. In addition to Mrs. Carrington
and Dean Kemble members are
Mrs. J. Spencer Love, Greensboro:
Mrs. W. G. Ragsdale, Jr., James
town; Dr. Lois Foote Stanford,
Durham; Miss Ruth C, Wilson, Ra
leigh: and Collier Cobb, Jr., Chan
the World War
Tickets are on sale in town and
on campus at SI apiece. Even
those unable to attend have been
urged by local Jaycees to buy
tickets to help
II traditions of Association of State Universities,: "Teaches us how
to live with , Xrane, Marilyn Habel;
is m Columbus, taking part in the other people and be tolerant, adds! Globe Theatre in San Diecr0 ap j Spencer Dorm Eetsy Wood,
Associations nauonai iumemiuu.:i .utru. , , ... . t nristme reeier: Kaaoa Muma
njLiuiidi luuicimuu. a -ucu. . . . innqmp ieeie'" hs'V)i si jnid
Dean of Women Miss Katherine , And comments another student: j ,. ' . n ..Sara Fair. Judy Landauer: Alpha
f - i 1 : . t 4 ..i.i;nn'.. L irA wr,' h,-a inAiichnoc 1 1 L-o : " '
f u ' t,. -,f,i nf.t nroi. I L,ne "iin ratner,
aF v irsHcAi" inrl
bring Christmas! Southern College Personnel Asso-;ops wnen we see tne gins on. .aah; iofforc uaejdence
. 1 . , .,. 1 . 1 v-uiiuit. a 1 uuuiiiun. v v. 1 a v 1 o
1 a 1 lit m r f n. I Z X T 1 ..11 aia v r m r- I
joy 10 me states .ouu orpnans. ciauon in raniiie. icnua iwuu.
Merry Wives Cll1
Utll, 1UUA aiiu
. . v V v , ... i
toured with Maurice Evans in "The
Pi Ann Evans. Barbara
Ruth Lower: Nurse's Resi--Mary
Lou Okev, Dorotu
Cobb Dorm Lib Patterson, Car
ol Moore. Gladys Hatcher. Mar
Lynn: Mangum Dorm Patricn
Corbett: Old East Dorm Nmcl.'a
Cloninger: Beta Theta Pi Juha
Ke-er, Judy King: Phi iHlta
Theta Carroll Butts, Martha l'r
well. Jar.e Edwards, Dc-tty P-ran
ham .Sally Liggett: Pi Kappa A!
pha Sally Schindel. Mary Helen
Crain. Sue Upchurch. Barbara
Stone: Lambda Chi Alpha Nancy
Whi-nant, Janet Hams. Joanne
Christian. Susan East:
Alderman Dorm Connie Moore.
Joan Summers: Sigma Alpha Iota
Jackie Smith: Carr Dorm Celia
Brown, Pat Gibson: Alpha Gamma
'Fleming, Daphne Adair.-. Pnt;i
: Stollar, Alice Eison: Chi I':;:
Claire Boone, Sandy p.T.ul ;;
Betty Tarsons. Sara Leek: ( iu
Psi Joan Brown, Pat lYnr.-ntor;
Kappa Delta Babbie Duuii". Fog
Pi Kappa Phi Barbara S :v?
land: Theta Chi Mary Frorti
Piummer. Mary Webb: Baltic V "
Julia Shields; Rutiin Dorm
Peggy Hartman: Win-ton Porm
Elizabeth Lynn; Pi Lambda Pai
Wake Fares? Sfudenfs Defend
Charges Oi Deac 'Corruption'
j Mary-Helen Crain, of Durham.
I has studied drama at Stephens
College,. Columbia, Mo.,' and is a j
drama major here. She has worked
I in summer stock at Stpnhpn and:
with the Theatre on the Grppn 1 NASHVILLE, N. C. Nov. 10 A
Wellesley, Mass. j c'oIlee students appeared in court here yesterday to defend cm-
against the Baptist institution.
Dan Reid has been associated; thkiw. ,-.f th R-.ntr rhni, c ,,r.- c
order restraining the r.-t-'-r.
A delegation of Wake i
with the Carolina Playmakers and
the Raleigh Little Theatre. He ;
has appeared as a dancer in "Unto :
These Hills" and '"The Lost Col-!
: - fi
y Nov-1-, i v i
v -fin i n i ii--- Tin rn ,
To Talk Today
ony." He has had a play produced
by the Playmakers and stories
published in the Carolina Quarter-lv
j Dr. Charles E. Flowers, as.oci
Lillian Prince has toured with 1 ate professor of obstetrics and
the Schubert production of -Dark gynecology in the Medical School,
of the Moon" and portrayed Queen will be the monthly guest lecturer
tuzaDecn in "ine Lost Colony' for, at Rowan Memorial Hospital, Salis
i Rev. Samuel W. 11. Johr.r..
; "further interference'' with ciiurc.
. -t a
EVERETT E. THOMPSON signifies, with aid of a nurse, the number of boys in his family after the
arrival of the 11th son born to Thompson and his wife, Maxine, 34 at Van Nuys, Calif. They have no
girls. Holding the latest member of the "football team" family is Nurse Mrs. Elve Christoffel. At left
is Nurse Virginia Williams. The new son is not yei- named. AP Wirephoto.
; Johnson says modern ck-y
! tist are full of "modcrnx:
liberalism." He says the ?ou
Baptist Convention is 't.nl (:
truption." And some oi im
porters have referred to a!
. l :
coses oi drinking and gariii 9 -
Prof. Jasper L. Emory
Vake Forest Department of Edu
cation, led the student group uh;t!l
appeared in court today. He t''
the hearing that the college i
All members of the Carolina- " ' -.u ni,,i f;i;.- rv..;t Christ
delegation who expect to attend! Durin2 the morning. Dr. Flow- . , j
the State Student Legislature; rs will take part in various con-;!:ke and rnot Zhb" 1
meeting in Raleigh next week must ! sulfations and clinical conferences, ; have ever seen or expect to sc
meet at 9 o'clock tonight in the':and Wednesday afternoon he will j ,.Jt be that jiq!Jr has beea
Grail Room, or see Joel Fleishman induct a seminar on fetal mor-! " ' hp de.
beforehand. ftality, after which he will partici- hrou-ht onto the can:pu"
S2.25 will be collected from each pate in ward rounds and a roun : dared, " but before God I ca.. W
I .... . r I
ripipffntA fnr art nirturpc laoie uiscussion. ii nave never in a spuooi-
State Student Legislature
Candidates Meet Tonight
His visit to the Salisbury hos
pital is one of a series in the new
type Post Graduate Medical Course
inaugurated this fall by the1 School
of Medicine and the Extension
ever r, n