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El Paso Herald-Post from El Paso, Texas · Page 12

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Tuesday, May 10, 1955
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EL *A00 HEKAUVF00T. Tuesday; MAT 19. 1*99 Ftf MxAltlv Stirs Opsitin i »jr JtH C. LUCAS §*rt»»«-M»w»H «t»«f WrHcr WASHINGTON. M«y 10. - The Defence Department *ays It -would be "mlsleadini" to promote General of the Army Douglax MacArthur now that he has retired. Several member» of Congres* have introduced bills to raise him to the rank of General of the Armies, a title heretofore given only to one man. the later John J. Pershing. It's also been, suggested that the promotion be dated back to Jan. 29, General MacArthur's 75th birthday. The job of saying "no" for thcj Defense Department fell to Kichard A. Buddeke. director of legislative programs. Mr. Buddeke is fifth ranking official in the office of: the assistant Secretary of Defense for legislative affairs. Respect Emphasized In a letter to Chairman Carl Vinson. Georgia Democrat, of thcj House Armed Services Committee, i Mr. Buddeke emphasized his re-| spect for General MacArthur's contributions to the nation. But he said such action -would "change the pattern . . ." Mr. Buddeke said Congress —United Pr«* Teleohoto ELBE SIS IN MOSCOW—Roberf Hagg. left, of Indianapolis, Ind., arrives in Moscow with eight other U. S. veterans of the Soviet- American linkup af the Elbe River in 1945 and is greeted by a Soviet member of the Elbe meeting, G. Goloborodlro. The ex-Glj are guests of the USSR for a five-day stay. Commissioners Take Land Valuation Oath 1944 established the ranks of Gen-| terdav County Commissioners swore yes- they will not allow any oral of the Army and Fleet Admiral'property to stand on the tax rolls of the Navy and stipulated ibat; at lcss than Us marhct value or they go to four Army and four* Navy officers "then holding top rc-: lts rcal valuc lf " has . no nlar " sponsibilities in the Armed Forces ket valuc. in World War II." (The titles went! The court took the oath as a to Army Generals MacArthur.jboard. of cqualizaiion to set tax Dwight D. Eiscnhower-who gave; values . The ]aw requircs thal lhc up hU rank when he became Prcsi- oath bc taken on the sccond Mon . dent—George C. Marshall and H. H. d in M mar,1 A™~l,l 1 AT « -I—: — ,-!" 3 " JD lHaV - Elbe GIs Feted fly International JVru.'* Sf ruice MOSCOW, May 10.—Hint on-time America GIs were the guests of honor last night at a traditional May 24 Set Ti Argue JeiKks Canj Federal prosecutor* and defenae attorneys will |o to New Orleans May 24 to makt arguments before the Fifth U. S- Circuit Court of Appeals in the Clinton JencXs ca»«. The New Orleani court refused three weekj »go to grant m de-J fense delay in the arguments, Jencks was convicted in U. S. District Court here in 1954 of filing a false non-Communist affidavit while he was head of the Bayard. N. M.. local of the International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers. Federal Judge Thornason denied || him a new trial in March of this year. Jencks had sought a new trial after Harvey Matusow. » Government witness against Jencks, re-j| versed his testimony. Jencks appealed from Judge Thomason's decision*, both in the original trial and at the retrial! hearing. The appeals court is expected to decide both appeal* inj one decision. Assistant U. S. District Attorney Holvey "Williams, who will jo to|| New Orleanj for the arguments,, said a high official of the Depart-1 Russian-style banquet at Moscow'i ment . of j us tice also will attend. Red Army club. The U. S. Veterans, John T McTeran of Los Angele* in the Soviet capital for a reunionl and Former Governor A. T. Han- with Red army veterans of the Elbe; nett of Ncw Mcxico> attorneys for River linkup of Allied armies in| 1945, were wined and dined by Russian Army officers. iJcncks, will present defense arguments. (Hap) Arnold, and Navy Admirals Chester Nimitz, Ernest King. William (Bull) Halsey and William D. Leahy. Became Af General The only changes so far, Mr. Buddeke said, have been that General Arnold later became General of the Air Force and that Gen. Omar Bradley, former chairman ofl; s wor th $54620 the Joint Chiefs of Staff, was given ' five stars. Also, a provision was County Judge Hugh McGovern said, however, that the court will probably not meet as a board of equalization for about two weeks. Yesterday, the commissioners accepted the statement of the Rio Grande, El Paso, and Santa Fe Railroad Co. that its rolling stock The court also accepted the state- Baby With Two Changes Of Blood 'Fairly Weil liv United Prrs* REDWOOD CITY, Calif, May 10. —A 4-day-old infant who experienced two complete changes of blood within 43 hours of her birth was doing "fairly well" today. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Robertson of Belmont, decided to name the child Denise Uouise. The doctor said the baby is still in a somewhat critical condition at Sequoia Hospital, He said she still has a touch of jaundice. Denise was born with incompati- added that "these officers should mcnt of tne Soutnern Pacific thatjble blood because of a rate corn- hold the grade permanently andj ils rollto 8 stock is worth $54,192,-jbination of blood types in her pa- should receive full pay arid allov,-- 9(x) - ances for life." To promote General MacArthur rents. Her blood was drained and The value given by the compa-'replaced twice compatible ies was fixed as the valuation on blood flown here from Canada. now, Mr. Buddeke said, would!which taxes will be based. "surely be widely construed noti ~ • simply as additional recognition of,Defense Department "looks with the individual so set apart; it would] concern" on the idea of handing out carry with it the unavoidable con- post-service promotions as if they notation of downgrading . . . other officers." 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