WEDNESDAY, DEC. 17, 1952 BT.YTHEV1T.I.E (ARK.1 COURIRU NFAVS PAGE. NINE Foundations Probars Begin Check of Pacific Relations Institute WASHINGTON <*—Alfred Kohlberg, New York Importer'who has been linked U> the China lobby," appears today before House Investigators, presumably to discuss the Institute of Pacific Relations. Kohlborg is (he only scheduled witness/ for today's open hearing of a special House committee which". Is .trying to determine .whether any funds of tax-free Sn" stitullons have been used for sub- uversive purposes. y The "China lobby" is a term generally applied to those urging congressional approval of more aid to Chiang Kai-shek's Nationalist government. 'The IPR has been mentioned frequently In committee hearing. 1 ? as having received, large grants to conduct research on the Par' East, The Institute and several of its prominent members have been under 'strong congressional fire in probes of communism. The organ! zalion has denied that it was con (rolled by Communist sympa thizers. Owen Laltimore, a Far East ex pert active In IPH affairs, wa indicted by a federal grand jur yesterday on seven counts allegin por'urv, Including one that he lie when lie said he had never been k..jmmunisi promoter or sympathizer. Kohlberg, a wealthy textile Importer, told a Senate committee last April that he belonged to the IPH for many years but resigned In 1941. The reason, he said that IPR officials refused vestigate his contention that Communists were gaining control. Congress has been told the investigation subsequently was made. Briton Gets -Ugh Award' For Bravery LONDON WJ—John Bamford, a 15-yep.v-old Ne\vthorpe coal mine worker who helped save his mother and three oilier children from their blazing home, has been awarded the George Cross — Britain's highest honor for bravery outside military combat. He Is the youngest person ever to receive the award. John and his lather rescued the rest of the family Irom the fire Oct. 18. The boy crawled through (lames to a bedroom ana seized two young- brothers from (heir beds. He dropped one through a window to safety but. the other became hysterical aivd ran back into tbe flumes- John chased the screaming child, caught him and threw him out the window. The young hero Is now in a hos- pHAl BUlferlng from biul burns. Last nlislit when he heard about the award he said: . "I think It's a bit daft. I didn't reaUy do anything and f cun't remember much about the night ol the lire." Operation Christmas NEW YORK VTi—A special airlift, organized by the U.S. tinned forces' special services and commercial airlines, is flying American soldiers home from Europe in 30-day holiday furloughs. Rodeo Station To Honor Its Special Lislncrs WHEELING. W. Va. W> station WWVA will have a special Christinas greeting Saturday lor the 7,000 Eskimos who live around Hudson Bay. The \v.ord here is (hat practical!) all the 7,000 will be listouint; missions and (radius posts. The Eskimos. It turns out. lov mountain music and have bee; regular fans of WWVA muslca programs. Hearing of its special fans mor than 2,000 miles away, WWVA asked Bishop Scbeffer of Montrca to prepare the Christmas message A priest. Father Thibert, who ha crved in the missions maintained )y the Oblates of Mary Immacu- ate In the barren land, tramtali-d he message Into Eskimo talk and •ecorded It in Montreal for the adctist Saturday night. Sparkman in Formosa TAIHEH, Formosa <Jf> — Sen. Sparkman <D-Ala) arrived today from Hong Kong on n world Inspection of the Mutual Security Agency offices, 2 More Reds £x«cut*d TAIPEH, Formosa o mor« convicted Communist Bg«nt* wtrt executed today, bringing to «1 thi number of alleged tplts put it death on Formosa since Nov. X. New Search Begins for Children After Quarry Fails to Yield Bodies It isn't how little , but how much you get, that The IPR is a nonprofit organization wlvch 'ts offic'als say is concerned solely with research on the Far East, NAPERVIU-.K, 111. HV-An intensive 10-day search for two missing children was renewed today after the grim and tedious Job of 'drain- big'n huge quarry failed to yield their bodies. Th« hunt for the youngsters, s «-year-oId girl and a 3-year-old fcoy, developed Into a community project. . "We're mighty proud of our people,'' Mayor Charles Wellner said. They've done their best." For the' last week residents of Naperville have Itept vigil at-the Quarter - mile - wide quarry. The 'Tpurnptng operation, an around-the- clock project by volunteer workers, was started after bloodhounds trailed the-missing children to the quarry's edge. . Hundreds h'ad joined in the •ea'rch on Dec. 1 shortly after the children, Jean Petersen and her next-door playmate Edward Rosen itiel, had been reported missing Forty square miles of countryside were covered by police, deputj sheriffs, Boy Scouts »nd hundreds of volunteers. .Searchers combed Naperville to three days before plans were mad* to drain the quarry. They lookei Into every shed, garage, barn, well viaduct, sewer and backyard Naperville. a community of sotn 7,000 about 30 miles west of Ch: cago. Pumping operations ended yes Itvday after an estimated 90 ml li.m ; gallons of water had bee drained into the nearby Du Pag River. Workers with turtle hook probed the..muck and mud of th o/.uury's bottom without findln any trace of the children. - Officials appealed to the FB yesterday for aid but the FBI sa Minister Fired For Outside Work CHELTENHAM, England </!>) —A \ 'j ormer Congregationalist minister cannot enter the case until there -some evidence ol Kidnaping-or her federal law violation. Officials said there is no evidence to upport a theory of kidnaping." now a clerk in ause he became a gas works be- part-time bak- The Rev. R. Wesley Himing, 39. aid today he had to resign hts post f minister of the Chedworth and '•Jorth Leach churches recently be- se 'the Congregational Union in- ormed htm he could not be both parson and a cake-and-bread maker. Himing explained he was unable o live on his clergyman's pay took up baking part-time ^ to make enough extra money to support hi wife. 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