Chapel Hill, N. C
JERUSALEM Prime Min
ister David Ben-Gurion ended 'de
bate Monday and ordered Israeli
troops to get out of Gaza and
Aqaba -ccastal strip J.
The grizzled prime minister's
action, before he had informed
Parliament, set off a clash between
police and demonstrators mostly
students who angrily shouted,
."stop the withdrawal."
A crowd of hundreds mafched
toward the Knesset (Parliament)
building in Jerusalem shouting for
Ben-Gurion'.? government to re
sign. One of the marchers was in
jured and about 10 arrested in a
Scattered showers. Turning cool
er in the afternoon.
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Nixon T.ilks j
ACCRA, GOLD COAST i 1
Vice-President Nixon said Prime '
Minister Kwame Nkrumah pledged j
yesterday his newly independent
country will '"never be neutral" in j
the East-West struggle. i
Nixon reported the American
educated Gold Coast leader, 47,
told him this in a private meeting j
tne iirst Nui urnah ha agreed i
to with a representative of any of j
the 70 foreign nations who have ,
flocked to this Wesi Airican coun-
try for celebrations marking its in
dependence. The nation will be
kii wn as Ghana.
Nixcn, bouncing back from a
three-day flu attack, quoted Nkru
mah as telling him: "we can never
. WASHINGTON Jr Sen. Mc
Carthy (R-Wis) clashed with Dem
ocratic leaders on the Senate floor
. today after declaring "It's' a dis
grace" thai only live Senators were
present lor the Middle East de
bate. Both majoAty leader Lyndon
Johnson (D-Tex) and Sen.'Neuber
ger (D-Ore.), acting leader at tho
time McCarthy madehio protest,
asserted the Wisconsin Senator
' had been missing during most of
the two weeks the Middle East
resolution has been under discussion.
Johnson insisted oh a quorum
call to bring ail available Senators
to the floor. They, should be on
hand "to .:e that the Senator from
Wisconsin is here," the Texan said,
adding acidly: ' '
"That's a record in itself."
The exchanse took Dlace as- the
Senate moved steadily closer to-
ward a final vote on the Middle
East resolution. Sen. Wiley (R-Wis)
urged passage "within the next 24
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Board Cancels Meetings
For Councils Interviews
The Bipartisan Selection Board
for the Men's Honor Council and
the Student Council has cancelled i
all its regularly scheduled meet-1
ings, according to Honor Council
Chairman Jim Exum.
Exum said the board will inter
view candidates only by appoint
ment. Those interested in running
for the two councils have been ask-,
ed to call Exum at 89077 to sched
ule an appointment.
There are three seats open on
the Student Council to be filled
only by rising seniors.
There are four rising senior
feats, one rising Junior seat and
one rising sophomore seat to be
filled on the Men's Honor Council
Activities scheduled for Gra
ham Memorial today include:
Grail Room Conference on
Education Administration, 10:30
a.m.-12:15 p.m. (also Roland
Parker Lounges 1, 2, 3 and the
Woodhouse Conference Room);
Roland Parker Lounge 1 In
terdormitory Council, 3-4:30
p.m., University Party, 7-11 p.m.
(also Roland Parker 2); Wood
house Conference Room Bud
get Committee, 4-6 p.m.. Men's
Honor Council, 7-11 p.m.; Ren
dezvous Room Dance Class,
6 30 8 p.m.; APO'Room APO,
I Police used clubs to subdue the
i crowd and threw up a cordon that
j stopped the march on Parliament.
' About 100 of the marchers at
tempted to stage a sit-down in the
middle of the street.
Under Ben-Gurion's orders, Maj.
Gen. Moshe Dayan, Israeli Army
Chief .of Staff, flew to Lydda Air
port in- central Israel and held a
70-minute conference with Maj.
Gen. E. L. M. Burns, commander
of the UN Emergency Force
Burns announced agreement on
plans for the Israelis to pull out of
the territories and for UN forces
BY HONOR COUNCIL
Six Students Suspended
The decisions on the four cases
before the Honor Council this
week have resulted in the indefi-
nite aspersion of six students.
The first case was for plagiarism
on an English 2 final. Part of the
In c5 for wScli th 7
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to prepare before the exam. The
defendant memorized six 'para-
Sphs of a selection by George
Santyana and rewrote them on the
final without giving credit to
Student Party Meets
To Select Candidates
The Student Party in a brief
meeting iasi mgiu paiuiny nucu
a : 1 a - : -i a, iill.. f;i1xv1
lts slate of legislative candidates
Misses Caroline Brown and Jo
McClintock were named party can
didates to fill legislature seats
from Dorm Women's District.
Misses Brown and McClintock
were named by acclamation to vie
for two of three vacant seats in
the district. One seat will be fill
ed at next Monday night's meet
ing. Selected to carry the' party ban
ner in Town Men's HI legislature
district were Perry White, Bob
Landreth and David Evans.
The three candidates were also
elected by acclamation.
Candidates for Town Men's I,
II and IV, Town Women's Districl
and the one remaining seat in
Dorm Women's District will be
elected at nxet week's meeting.
Nominees for the presidency,
vice-presidency and offices of
treasurer and secretary of the stu
dent body will also be selected by.
the SP next week. '
Other candidates to be named
at the meeting are for senior class
offices and editorships of the cam
Concerning the session, which,
if tradition is followed, will be
the mot highly participative of
j the year along with the Univers
ity Party's meeting on the ame
night Party Chairman Sonny
to move in, but gave no details?
The evacuation " may start this
The withdrawal from Gaza will
be by overland motor route. Two
Israeli frigates and other craft are
at hand at Sharm El Sheikh to re
move Israel's troops from the
Egyptian shore overlooking the
south of the Gulf of Aqaba.
A Swedish unit of UN troops is
at RAFA area and may move into
Gaza. Danish and. Finnish troops
are about 37 miles west of Sharm
A government spokesman an-
y Ultl TIT)
RECORDS IN The BOOKEX
. Helen Williams looks them over
Santyana. Following his trial, he
was suspended from school indef-(
Th ronrl rP wae for rnllah-'
aration on the written and oral,
parts of a ten-part Spanish 3x fin
al. The Council found the three
Participants gui M charged, and
suspenaea mem irom scnooi inaer
. . 1
In case three, two students were
charged with collaboration on a
Geography 38 final exam. One of
Hallford said: ,
"I urge everyone to attend, whe
ther members or not, to see our
Hallford said he anticipated the
largest crowd of the year and re
minded that the session would be
open to the entire student body.
Open To Public
The first nominating session of
the University Party will be held
tonight in Gerrard Hall at 7:30.
The positions up for nomination
are Senior class officers, and op
enings for Dorm and Town men
University Party members must
havg their membership cards to
vote. Anyone who has not gotten
his card but whose name is on the
secretary's official roll will be giv
en a card prior to the meeting,
stated Mike Weinman, UP chair
man. ; '
Those needing 'a membership
card should be at Gerrard Hall
well before time for the session
as the meeting .will begin prompt
ly. No new petitions for member
ship will be accepted until after
nominations are complete, said
nounced Ben-Gurion had ordered
Dayan to invite Burns to, an im
mediate' meeting "to discuss mea
sures necessary to -carry out the
withdrawal of forces in accordance
with the statement by the Foreign
Minister, Mrs. Golda Meir." "
This was the sequence which jed
up to the announcement:
On Friday, after prolonged Ex
changes with the United Stales,
Mrs. Meir declared in the UN Gen
eral Assembly that Israel would
Then the Israeli cabinet met Sat
urday and Sunday to reconsider
the decision. Some government
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 1957
the students pleaded guilty and
stated the other didn't know he
was copying his paper. The stu-
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wno pieaaea gumy was in
1 definitely suspended, while the
! other waj exonerated.
! Case four was also for plagiar-
ism. A student was reported by his
history professor when the defend
ant's book report seemed to be far
more elevated and elaborate than
the usual work done by the stu-
dent, the student maintained his
innocence until, alter extensive
questioning, he began contradict
ing his earlier a-tatements. He then
changed his plea and admitted
that he had copied the whole re
port, word for word, from a book
review in- a magazine. After much
deliberation, the council decided
! to suspend the student from
school for an indefinite period.
Harry P. Cain, former senator
from the state of Washington, and
Abba Eban, Israeli ambassador to
the United Nations, are possible
speakers on the Carolina Forum
schedule for the spring semester.
According to Brandon Kincaid,
chairman of the Forum, the two
men have been contacted and are
expected to send replies in the
near future. Kincaid stated that
Eban's reply will most likely de
pend on the outcome of the Israeli-Egyptian
conflict centered at
present in the Gaza strip and
the Aqaba a'rea.
No definite dates have been set
for the speaking engagements.
Kincaid also said that the Caro
lina Forum plans to contact Sena
tor Stuart Symington of Missouri
and Speaker of the House of Rep
resentatives Sam Rayburn in re
gards to speaking before the For
leaders wanted to back out be
cause of a statement by US Dele
gate Henry Cabot Lodge -to the
UN that the future of the Gaza
Strip would be worked out within
the framework of the 1949 Egyptian-Israel
It seemed to the Israeli's that
this was in contradiction to 'one of
their "assumptions" that UN forces
would remain in Gaza until there
is a peace settlement or a final
determination of the status of the
The cabinet reached no decision
Sunday and was to meet again yes
terday. But before it met Ben-
(Woody Sears Photo)
By WALTER SCHRUNTEK
Music lovers, .record collectors,
rock and roll addicts and calypso
enthusiasts have been aAed to
take note. The Book Exchange in
the basement of Steele dorm now
Operating on a trial basis, the
record stand is currently display
ing a small variety of recordings
ranging from Harry Belafonte to
Elvis Presley. Albums and indi
vidual recordo' run in the 45 and
332 rpm price range.
Sales have been moderate since
the initiation of the record stand
two weeks ago, a Book kEx em
ployee said, probably because its
existence is little known among
The future existence of the re
cord service will depend upon its
success during the coming month,
he added. i
And what kind of music is the
Carolina s-ludent listening to and
buying during these days of Pres
ley, calypso and Rock Around the
Current sales indicate that calyp
so ranks high in music apprecia
tion. Credit for the success of this
trend is laid to the popularity
Harry Belafonte is enjoying - of
How's Elvis doing at Carolina?
One local music dealer put it this
way: "We don't carry Presley for
fear of driving our customers
away." Another, not nearly so
positive, indicated that Presley i
popularity is dying down in favor
of Belafonte and calypso.
A survey yesterday also indi
cated that the cover publicity of
Julie London has pulld her into
the sales lead over June Christie
here in Chapel Hill.
Rock and Roll? "We don't carry
it," said one dealer. "Carolina
students are buying it," said an
Jazz, as expounded by Ella Fitz
gerald and Louis Armstrong,
seems to be enjoying steady popu
larity on the Hill.
In the Broadway musical field,
"My Fair Lady" is holding down
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Gurion issued his orders.
A government 1 off icial gave this
report . of the development: al
though the announcement was
made before the "cabinet met, Ben
Gurion had held conferences with
various party leaders last night and
today in order to get their views.
.The prime minister will make a
complete statement to the Knesset
and the nation today and explain
why he decided to give the order.
HI j statement probably will be
followed by a debate, and a vote
on a motion of non-confidence in
the government that has been of
fered by the Nationalist Herat
Raincoats to overcoats and back
again this seems to be the only
forecast that the U, S. Weather
Bureau at the Raleigh-Durham
Airport is making these days.
The weather outlook for today
is the usual: rain and low temp
eratures. The low for today is ex
pected to be in the low 50'S with
occasional rain this afternoon.
The general weather trend for
this area is cloudy ' and . cooler
Tuesday through Friday with
more rain expected Friday, fore
casters said. -
So, don't pack up those over
coats and raincoats yet. There's
more to spring in Chapel Hill
than sunshine and balmy days.
Howard Broughton of Hertford
was installed as Justice of . Phi Al
pha Delta, the law fraternity that
sponsors the mock trial at Caro
lina each year, at a formal pledg
ing ceremony Friday, Mar. 1.
, Also elected were: William
Rahsdell of Varina, Vice Justice;
Lemuel Blades III of Elizabeth
City, Clerk; James Conoly of
Philadelphia, Pa., Treasurer; and
David Evans of Chapel Hill, Mar
shall. The Phi Alpha Delta pledge
class includes: Irwin Aldridge,
Durham; John Allred, Dunn; John
Campbell, Burlington,'; G 1 e s
Clark Elizabethtown; James
Clark, New York; A. E. Cleveland
III, Murfreesboro; George Coggin,
Star; Luke Corbett, Pinehurst;
Carl Goldfarb, Charlotte; Hugh
Hester, Reidsville; Dalton Loftin,
Trenton; Phillip Logan, Chapel
Hill; Jimmy Love, Sanford; Nick
Miller, Charlotte;, Carl Minted,
Swansbord; Earmine Poteat, Yan
ceyville; David Re2d, Gastonia;
Henry Rosser, Hamletf Benjamin
Sadler, Chapel Hill; John Shack
elford, Rocky Mount; R. C. Soles,
Tabor City; Paul Sylvester, Rich
lands; Richard Tuggle, Kannapol
is; Robert Webb, Wilson; John
Smart, Mooresboro; and James
Smith, Chapel Hill.
Must Have 25
The Elections Board announced
yesterday that all petition candi
dates who wish to run for an of
fice in the coming Spring elections
must have a petition signed by 25
Petitions must be submitted to
the Student Government office
before March 22.
All candidates wishing to run
without party support have been
urged to comply 'with this an
nouncement. Candidates receiving selections
board endorsement will be noti
fied by March 19, which will al
low three days for the procure
ment of a petition.
(Freedom) and Conservative Gen
eral Zionist parties.
Ben-Gurion is acting in the be
lief that moral support expressed
by many UN delegations will re
sult in freedom for Israel's ship
ping in the Gulf of Aqaba and the
safeguarding of her borders from
The spokesman said Israel re
ceived no assurance during the
weekend exchanges in Washington
that Lodge's statement on the fu
ture of Gaza had been revised.
These talks were between Israeli
Ambassador Abba Eban and US
Secretary of State Dulles.
A letter from President Eisen-
Officii in Graham Memorial
University Will Seek
Pay Hike For Teachers
An attempt by the Consolidated University to obtain high
er salary increases and more funds for books than the Ad
visory Budget Commission originally recommended will be
made Wednesday, March 20 instead of tomorrow as previous
ly reported. 1
Consolidated University President William C. Friday, who
will present the University's requests before the Joint Ap
propriations Committee of the General Assembly, announc
ed the change Monday.
: He said officials of the commit-
Police dropped charges yester
day against three UNC students !
who participated in Friday night's
The students were turned over
! to the -Student Council for alleg-
Tjedly tossing .firecrackers out of
j car windows during the raid.
TV-n nthrs'ar pxiwctpd t.n ea
on trial this morning. One of the
tn HYrtHL v nnl! nn a
disorderly conduct charge. The
i second was picked up for wearing
j a handkerchief around his face,
a violation of state law.
In a statement yesterday, Ray
Jeffenes, assistant to the dean
of student affairs, warned that
publicity from these raids is
harmful to the University.
He said: "We're the only school
in the country participating i in
such raids. We've got to grow
After the Friday raid, Jefferies
said that in the future, presence
at a panty raid will mean partici
pation. He added that students
"have no righ to be there" and
those on the scene will have to
explain their reason for being
The dean's office indicates that
sterner action will be taken in
Cardboard To Feature
The annual awards banquet of
the Carolina Cardboard will be
held tonight at 6:30 p.m. in the
upper dining room of Lenoir Hall.
The program will feature the
presentation of awards to menv
bers of the cardboard and the in
stallation of new officers.
The officers to be installed are:
President, Peter Evans; sec'y-vice
pres., Carolyn Hofler; head of arl
dept., Rachel Speight; office, dept.
head, Fred Propst; and head ush
er, Doug DeBank.
Sound & Fury Starts
Tryouts For New Play
Tryouts for Sound and Fury's
spring show, Thieves Holiday"
will be held today from 4 to 6 p.m.
and 7 to 9 p.m. in Memorial Hall.
The original musical comedy,
scheduled for performance March
30 and 31, is set in New Orleans
during Mardi Gras season and con
cerns the adventures of a set of
international jewel thieves.
, The director of the show, John
Ludwig, hopes to cast 15 leading
roles and more than 30 singers.
"I am not looking so much for
superb voices as for people with
enthusiasm who enjoy singing,"
the US Ambassador Edward
Lawcxm Sunday was the final
American statement on the matter.
During the cabinet debate here,
the four ministers of two left-wing
socialist parties, Mapam and Ach
dut Avoda, voted against with
drawing the troops and threaten
ed to resign if a withdrawal was
Their resignations would weak
en, but not automatically cause
the fall of the Ben-Gurion govern
ment, since the other three parties
of the coalition" could still muster
a majority, in the 120-member
ft is starting to crumble. S
editorial, page 2.
FOUR PACES THIS ISSUi
1 tee requested the University wait
until that date. Friday agreed
with the request.
Friday had stated to the recent
meeting of the board of trustees
"vigorous action" will be taken
by the University in the attempt.
Friday told the trustees the rec
ommendations of the Advisory
Budget Commission were "inade
quate" to stem the exodus of
many University professors. Oth-
! cr iiiamuiiuiis uie unernix uur
key professors much higher sal
aries than they are setting here,
In the event the General As
sembly does not approve the sal
ary increases requested. Friday
s,d he wou,d .as for .the sam6
raises approved lor otner siaie
Friday announced to the trus
tees the State Board of Higher
Education will join forces with
the administration of the Univers
ity in efforts to get the General
Assembly to approve the original
recommendations of the State
In Murphy, Hal!
D. M. Horner, Supt. of Main
tenance, said yesterday thai a leak
had caused a small section of
plaster to fall from the ceiling in
room 111 of Murphy Hall.
The ceiling supposedly fell
sometime during the past week
end. "It was something that just
happened, with no reason that
could be definitely the cause, but
the ltfak in the roof is the appar
ent cause," Horner said.
"The debris has already been
cleaned up and the ceiling is
ready to be repaired," continued
Horner. "We will have the dam
aged section fixed as soon as we
Gordon Gray Approved
By. Banking Committee
Former Consolidated University
President Gordon Gray was ap
proved Monday by the Senate
Banking Committee as director of
the office of defense mobiliza
Gray, a Democrat, has filled a
number of positions under both
the Truman and Eisenhower ad
ministrations, most recently that
of Assistant Secretary of Defense
for international security matters.
He was Consolidated University
president from. 1949 to 1955.
Frank Graham To Talk
In Durham 'Y' Tomorrow
Frank Graham will speak on
"The United Nations in the
Atomic A?e" tonight at 8 in the
Ourham YVCA Auditorium under
sponsorship of the Durham branches
of the-AAUW, American Assn. of
fie, United Nations, and the YWCA.
The public has been invited to
attend the lecture, which wDl be
preceded by a dinner meeting for
th e speaker.
hower, handed to Ben-Gunon