TWO UN Starts Systematic Bombing of N. Korea In Effort to End War WASHINGTON Uti — The United Nations Command has embnrkert on a systematic bombing campaign deliberately calculated (o destroy the enemy's will lo hold out against an armistice in Korea. Military officials here placed this Interpretation on the Tokyo announcement that military targets in 78 North Korean population centers have been selected for destruction, after civilians hnve been warned by rnrtio and leaflets that bombs are coming their way. The psychological warfare ficc- tion of Gen. Mark Clark's U. N. Command borrowed a leaf from World War II history in stressing the warning phase. The most notable precedent for telling enemy civilians lhat, their cities were ear- mnrked • for obliteration was p.s- labllshed in the final, atomic bomb chapter of the war aKainsL Japan. No Hint of Atom Gen. Clark's disclosure of the scheduled effort to smash North Korea's will and ability to continue resistance held no hint, however, of atomic bombings or the kind of mass destruction raids Unit were launched against German mid Japnne.se cities during Hie last war. The U. N. Command niut more, than Hi million leaflets have told North Korean civilians lhat the Allied air forces "must destroy all Communist military supplies and installations—and it knows where they are." U. N. intelligence has Known [or a long time lhat the fleds have been using cities mid loivris not. only to house troops and supplies but also for important headquarters and military communications centers. The Allies hit some of these objectives earlier in the war but generally tried to avoid bombing population centers unless urgent military needs dictated otherwise. The campaign announced from .Tokyo said flatly that civilians in North Korea arc subject, to bombing and strafing when military taV- get.s in their areas arc attacked. The leaflels dropped behind enemy lines blame the Red leaders for Jeopardizing civilians by hiding military objectives in population areas. Phycholcigy Used The psychological (ingle is frankly calculated to wear down the will of civilians and their leaders and thus to weaken the enemy's war effort. Should North Koreans be permitted to leave the cities and the military support Jobs they havi been doing the Red commander, will fmd it even more dtfficul than now to gel supplies and equip inent to their from lines. Ou the other hand, should thi military bosses use force to pre vent civilians from leaving the oil ics. the Allied campaign by leaflet radio and hombs In expected li engender a feeling of helnlessne.s, and futility among the civtlial population. Night Club Pair Die in Crash Of Light Plane ATLANTA (IT) — Two Kentucky night club executives carrying more than $16,000 in cash were burned to death In a private plane that crashed and burst Into flames yesterday. Police Identified the victims as James II. Brink, operator of the Lookout House Supper Club near Covington. Ky.. and Charles Brahmann. the club's manager. Both were witnesses at hearings conducted by the Kefauver Crime Committee in 19fji. Their Binflc-engins Bcechcraft. Bonanza plane overshot a runway in frying to land at the Fulton County (Atlanta! airport Help Sought To Identify 'Dead Flesh' WACO. Tex. im — The- Texas Hiijluvny Patrol, still tryiiiB lo iri>n tlfy rtrad and /intt out hrjw mani were killed in Monday morning tr.ncic bus collision near here, ap- pp.ilrd for aid today. Only 11 of 28 bodies recovorrc from the rharrcd, twisted wreckage of thp two frrcyhoimii buses h:i been fdcnl.ijicrt. Throe ullier persons were known dead. And a pile blackened bones and hl.ick. shriveled flesh defied Identification. Capt. Sam Gardner of the hlch- way patrol's Waco district last niKht made the appeal for help. If anybody has railed Waco, he .said to ask about a person who might have been on one of the buses anc later found they were not a wreck victim, the patrol should be notified. Ex-Communisr Rejoins Roman Catholic Church NEW YORK im — Dr. Belln V. OuJri. who drifted away from the Roman Catholic church (o become a top ft-oman Communist party leader, has been received hack into the Catholic faith. She ami Romanri Catholic sources sclawl yesterday that she was baptized on April 8 In St. Patrick's Cathedral after taking weekly instructions from the mast Rev." Fulton J. Sheen, auxiliary bishop of New York. NOTUT. 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