Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 25, 1955 · Page 2
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 2

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, November 25, 1955
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TWO EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. MU., FKiUA*, Baltimore Negro Floors Goes To Hoosegoiv BALTIMORE I/B— A lot of-hearty eaters were floored by too much turkey over the Thanksgiving Day Couple Defies Court's Order In Race Issue WHITE HALL, Md.' tfl - A iSS^-tof Oa^ST Dixon" ^1^^^ " ^uTTs^i>" «»^ uTbc' hdd^t Spring.] Baltimore County employe and his . .««-_'._, u u. f i«^_^ ii,» Qieaica ioua> tnai me u.s. \\iii, , ,„•„-,,.„,;„„-• ,.,„„.,.„<. mna ,J\ti e said todav they will defy a Solon Gives Hint Of New H-Bomb Tests In Pacific WASHINGTON— UNS)— The topjcause of a desire to emphasize ' "Atoms' for peace" in 1955, but now Congressional atomic authority s different approach—he floored thej turkey. stage new H-bomb tests in the Pa-; whilCi saw ^ ncw government pol- Adminislrations sources )nean- wife said today they will defy a Mrs. Dixon said her 51-year-old jcific to answer Russia's apparent husband came home yesterday and upended the dinner table and the turkey. She said he had been drink- mastery of the secret of super- bombs. '.' : icy emerging from the Atomic Energy Commission's sudden deei-!public school. court order and refuse to send their two children to an integrated sion to announce that Russia has Sen. Clinton P. Anderson (D)jset off a blast equal to millions Mr. and Mrs, Oliver T. Shock had been ordered by Judge John N. M., chairman of. the Joint Sen- of tons of TNT—a feat possibleJB. Gontrum in Juvenile Court to Dixon, a Negro, was booked atiate-House Atomic Committee, saidiohly with large H-bombs. jsend their 15-year-old boy and 12- Southwe'stern Police Station for!the enormous Russian explosion re-j The policy involves an attemptjyear-old girl to Hereford High disturbing the peace. Two other j ve aled Thanksgiving Eve, only em-|to persuade the American peoplejSchooI, about four miles away prisoners ate turkey dinners!P n a sizecl tliat America must con-; that they can have security, even; Centrum and Richard W. Wickes tinue to test and improve,'he most!though MOSCOW has the power lojdireclor of probation and parole destructive of all weapons. [order the complete destruction /U'iheld a conference last week and Preparations for new hydrogen;the U.S.—provided the U.S. main-jdecided to give Shock extra time Mauna Kea is a little higher, but tests in the Pacific have been un-;tains a similar ability to complete-lto make up his mind less bulky, than its sister Hawaiianiderway for more than a year. Thelly destroy Russia. ''^ v fhilrlrwi will r prisoners ate turkey brought by relatives. Dixon didn't. volcano, Mauna Loa. {staging reportedly was delayed be- Air Force Secretary Donald A. [Quarles, a leading scientist with jthe Bell Laboratories before he en There's Never One Penny Extra For Harvey's Ea Mi^^^^^a^M^^^^H^^^H^H^M^^H^K^l • : - • ~ i ' ^:' Man'. 14-K W.dding land la match — FREE — $1.00 putt it 'in leyaway! Not Just One BUT ALL 5 PIECES New Accounts Opened While ,:.: You Wait .-,- Harvey's, your Direct Eastman .Kodak Dealer 41 Baltimore St. - PA 2-7050 children will not attend an integrated school," Shock said in upholding his original decision "I'll go as far as I can go. I in- tered the government, has already tend to stand up for my rights." paved the way for such a policy. Shock contended Negro students :Hc declared that America will bejin his school district had-a choice "no less, secure" in this conditionjeither the high school in Hereford of atomic "stalemate." 'jbr all-Negro Carver High School in Quarles' thesis is that neither side will dare start a nuclear var, and that stalemate therefore offers "the best hope for peace." But he concedes that there will be no chance for either side to win a war if the peace fails.. . ;; Anderson, a leader in advocating the.development of hydrogen weapons, showed no surprise at the report that Russia had set off a ! bomb comparable in size to the Tpwson (more than 20 miles distant), with the 1 school board providing transportation to both. He said he was told by Edward G. Stapleton, superintendent of schools, that his clflldren couldn't go to an all-white school in Towson "even if I provided my own transportation." School, authorities said such a case would set a precedent. Shock was represented in court U.S. model which spread lethaljby Robert Furniss, Rockville la\\ amounts of radioactivity over 7,000 jyer and counsel for the anti-integration .^Maryland Petition Committee. The press was not admitted to the court hearing. It was learned that Judge Gontrum warned .the parents they could be charged, with causing a juvenile to be brought into the jurisdiction of Juvenile Court if they failed to send their children to school. The maximum term is two years in jail and $500 fine on each count. Debate Over (Continued from Page 1) cided that a debate should start Tuesday -on a question submitted by .Francois .Mitterand, former minister of the interior. His .question 'denounces indecision on the part of the government and implies that the Faure regime longer capable of carrying on. Faure asked, for the confidence vote on the ' question of turning square 1954. Reached at his home in Albu- querguo, the .senator, said: .... "I think this recent Russian test is: pretty'good evidence of .the intention of the Russians to go ahead with : an .aggressive. program ; in 'spite of;all -these,smiling faces! '-"It is; an .added reason to keep up .our, testing of (nuclear) weapons;" ''•'_;'•'.:••' •...'' ••'.'•. • ;.;.'' :; lit. ,Qen. Leslie R. Groves (Ret.) who directed the "Manhattan Project", which-produced 1 the first A- bdmb. in .1945, said the Russian super-blast .means' "some way" must'•'. be "found to avoid Nuclear war.'•'••-'•'•'•' •'..' .-"'..' •;• - ! . •. ' i Groves declared that now is "a valid moment" for the!U.S. to announce that it is "ready to discuss anything relative,to the safeguard- "ng" of the world against nuclear "angers, be they experimental or ll-out war." Such an announcement, he add]|Cd, should be made through 'United Nations. ' TV Producer Killed SAN FRANCISCO-(INS)-William V. "Bill" Bradley, 35, television producer and newscaster on Television Station KPIX, wrs killed yesterday wiien he was struck by'a car on Twin Peaks and hurled.72 feet. ....... Globemaslers Grounded TOKYO (.«—Far East Air Force headquarters today grounded all its C124 troop-carrying Globemasler planes pending investigation of the crash of one on Iwo Jima Sunday which killed 10. . .-..'" the recommendations of the agenda committee and instead opening, debate Tuesday on the electoral law. At the same time Faure .announced that the government is submitting a new project, to speed the elections. The original government bill calls for. ending the present assembly,on, Jan. .2, with elections in December. 'Since this is no longer possible, the Premier proposes that the mandate of the present Assembly should be ended seven weeks after the;new election law is voted, or if no agreement can be reached on an election law, on Feb. 16 at the latest. This, Faure said, -would give Parliament until Dec. 31 to work out an agreement on a new election law. Notos The Time START (OOfl- SAM6 ftQ GIFTS AMD BILLS (AJ '56! Next Christmas, have cash when you need it most. 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