Eisenhower visit 53

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(AP) -World the board to may fol- of Britain. a far the arriving red said Warns Against "Book-Burners" Eisenhower Says 'Knoiv Communism To Fight Hanover, N. R (AP)--President Eisenhower declared yesterday that only by knowing communism can it be fought effectively, he cautioned against joining "the book-burners" who would even knowledge of communism the libraries. Speaking at Dartmouth College commencement exercises, the President, President, appeared to be hitting at Sea: McCarthy (R.-Wis.), who ha been assailing the State Department Department for using books by Communist Communist authors in its propaganda drive against the Reds. Later at Oyster Bay, President Eisenhower dedicated the summer h o m e of President Theodore Roosevelt as a national shrine and called on Americans to emulate the old Rough Rider. Build Monument. Those who do, Eisenhower said, "build a little monument to America." The President spoke briefly at the end of a flying, five-day speaking speaking trip across the country that saw him visit five states. His purpose purpose was to get out among the people to report on the progress of his administration. About 8,000 persons stood in front of Sagamore Hill; Theodore Roosevelt's summer White House, to hear Eisenhower open a weeklong weeklong series of ceremonies dedicating dedicating the new national shrine. The chief executive spoke from the veranda of the 69-year-old, 23- room mansion, located about 30 miles east of New York City on the north shore of Long Island. The President was flanked by former President Herbert Hoover, who introduced him, and by Gov. Thomas E, Dewey of New York. Three generations of the family of the nation's 26th President {.Continued on Page Seventeen) EISENHOWER Rosenbergs' Children Make Appeal Washington (AP)--Thousands of placard-bearing d e m o n s marched'quietly outside the White House · grounds yesterday as the two young sons of Ethel and Rosenberg again asked President Eisenhower to save their parents from execution as atomic spies. With the Rosenbergs scheduled to- die Thursday night in Sing Sing's electric chair, their two slight, brown-eyed boys--Michael, 10, and Robert, six, came to the White House to personally deliver a letter written by Michael. Eisenhower was en route by plane from Lebanon, N. H., to Oyster Bay, at the time so he see the boys nor witness the picketing. The Rosenberg boys, accompanied accompanied by their grandmother, Mrs. Sophie Rosenberg, were permitted just inside the main White House gate. They went inside the .guard house there and Michael handed the letter to Inspector H. W. Francis. The envelope bore neat childish scrawl: President Eisenhower, The White House, Washington, D. C." The letter, which Michael said he wrote himself, said: "I wrote a letter that I hope got. I am in Washington today with my brother Robby six years old and my grandmother. She me to the White House and I

Clipped from The Troy Record15 Jun 1953, MonPage 1

The Troy Record (Troy, New York)15 Jun 1953, MonPage 1
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