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World News Capsules -
Communists Accused of Stalling
In Korean Truce Discussions
Compiled by Leonard Calvert
(,iroin the wire* of Che United Press and Associated Press)
, * l,c' *s sct f,,r a possible truce in Korea, but the United
Kations command said the Communists are stalling. 'I'be
i bar^t were made by tbc command in a broadcast "of “Voice
" 1 Itf i -X. Command J tic day. The broadcast accused the
I * ds of stalling in the talks on a Korean peace conference with
the objective of trying to drag in a “variety of problems into
future Korean talks.’’
» Meanwhile, about 4.30 Communist troops attacked U.X. lines
on the eastern front, it is estimated that % Reds were killed
. nd 1.30 wounded in the attack. I he action was the heaviest of
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Mourning Englishmen filed past. . .
. . the coffin of King George VI at the rate of 6000 an hour as the
rt'.-iU king Ilea In state in Westminster hall. Ht lies in state for two
more days before being taken to Ht. George’s chapel at Windsor castle
l"1 the funeral Krlday. Meanwhile the Belgiian Parliament censored
E e government for not sending King Baudouln in person to London to
ttend the funeral. The King’s brother, Prince Albert, was sent as Bel
Hun’s special envoy. Premier Jean Van Houtte said that the decision
;e> purely technical, stemming from matters of royal protocol.
"Taft claimed a victory . . .
... in Oklahoma Tuesday wh'-n the results of the .state GOP conven
ts 11 8avp Tuft a 6-5 edge over Eisenhower. Taft forces were jubilant
■ I predicted that they would do even better in Pennsylvania, but the
cnhowcr forces refused to be dismayed by the results. In Oregon,
Vmocratis leaders who entered Kisenhowcr’s name last summer as a
I H-mocrat, want to withdraw it from the primary election, to save the
iencral any embarrassment since he has since declared himself a Re
ruman says . . .
j ... that he will be a candidate for re-election if it will help speed
ft'.’11 rid peace. Representative Adolph Sabath (D-Ill.) said that the Presi
dent told him he would run again if it would help bring about peace,
I ut Sabath said Mr. Truman also offered several reasons why he should
hot run again.
A conference was called . . .
... to discuss the three plane crashes in two months at Elizabeth.
Ji J. The conference was arranged by Governors Dewey and Driscoll of
New York and New Jersey respectively, between airlines officials and
■ operators of Newark airport. Civil aeronautics board authorities
had already begun an on-the-spot investigation of the crashes. The air
poit has been closed Indefinitely after the fourth crash.
Egypt will organize . . .
... and train youths in a national movement to "fulfill the country's
trims" Premier Aly Maher Pasha announced Tuesday in a surprise cab
h.. t meeting. The move is regarded as a reversal by Maher who took
office with a pledge to maintain law and order after bloody anti
'Church leaders testified
, ... against universal military training Tuesday at the hearing being
(.'inducted by the Senate armed services committee. They argued UMT
would lead to militarism, moral decay and "economic slavery.” Sen.
\Vayne L. Morse (Ore.-R) scoffed at the idea that it would endanger
.young men's morals. He said that 18 year-olds can find as much temp
tation on the campus as in the cumps.
Ellis Arnall was approved ...
... as the new price stabilizer by a unanimous vote of the Senate
banking committee. Ellis Arnall was formerly governor of Georgia.
Arnall told the committee "that generally speaking we want as little
■control as possible,” but that "we must not hasten headlong into de
Mrs. George Davis denied
‘ .. . that her husband, Maj. George Davis, Korean jet ace, wanted to
flay in Korea. Mrs. Davis said that recent dispatches from Korea
saying that her husband requested to stay in Korea were a "lie.” She
sai dthat Davis also told her that American Sabre jets are inferior to
i Russian MIGS. "Just a few thousand more pounds of thrust would
.solve the main problem,” Mrs. Davis quoted her husband as saying.
A counter-offensive against. . .
... Sen. Joseph McCarthy was launched Tuesday by the state de
partment.The head of the department’s loyalty program accused the
Wisconsin senator of using “rumor, invention, half-truths and no truths
■Jit all to smear innocent people.” Brig. Gen. Conrad Snow delivered the
attuck in an address before the Federal club in Washington. He said
nil at he is confident that there are "no known Communists” in the state
^department at the present time and asked for "confidence” in the de
partment's loyalty program.
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[A protest against Russia . . .
^ ... was voiced by Gen. Matthew Ridgway, Allied supreme command
er, in Tokyo Tuesday about the Russian seizing of a Japanese fishing
boat off the island of Hokkaido, Japan's northernmost island. Ridgway
jin a note to the Soviet member of the Allied council of Japan, de
manded that such seizures "cease forthwith.” He also demanded the
'immediate release of all fishing craft and crews now held by the Rus
Wednesday, Feb. 13, 1953
Noon .Speech Clin IIOSIJ
Tiffin Table 111 H(J
Traffic Ot 112 HU
Ath Comm 114 HU
Comm H HU
12:13 p.m. HU Pub Comm 315SU
2:30 p.m. Women's Faculty Club
Tea Alumni Hall Her
3:30 p.m. HU Hoard 337 HU
4 :00 p.m. NAACP 334 HU
0:00 p.m. Frofffi Mixer
Dad* Rm HU
0:30 p.m. Dance Comm 313 HU
Young Demo 110 HU
7:00 p.m. Axklepladn 384 HU
Movie 207 Chapman
7:30 p.m. Married Students
9:00 p.m. IVCF 112 HU
Night editor: R. G. White.
Wednesday, Feb. 13, 1933
3:00 p.m. I’iano Moods
5:15 Guest Star
5:30 World News
5:^5 Sports Shots
0:00 Table Hopping
6:15 Music in the Air
6:30 Foreign Student Inter
6:45 International Visitor
7:00 Question Panel
7:30 Mood Music
7:45 Campus Personality
8:00 Campus Classics
9:00 Serenade to the Student
10:00 Anything Goes
10:50 W orld News
10:55 Tune to Say Goodnight
11:00 Sign Off
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TILL 11:00 P.M.
The Pentagon in Washington is
three times the size of the Em
pire .State Building and 50 per cent
larger than Chicago's Merchandise
Pennsylvania produces nearly
one-third of the steel in the United
“Westward the Women”
Robert Taylor & Denise Darcel
Robert Louis Stevenson’s
“Treasure of Lost Canyon”
•William Powell & Julia Adams
“Bend of the River”
James Stewart - Arthur Ken
nedy - Rock Hudson - Julia
Adams - Lori Nelson
“Let’s Go Navy”
With Bowery Boys
Monte Hale & Paul Hurst
Don't sell the,
little one short
■ iiuy're both good basketball
1 players. But if we were to
judge them the way wc judge
telephone equipment, we’d take the
You see, telephone equipment occu
pies valuable space, uses costly mate
rials. Paring down its size helps keep
down the cost of telephone service.
Take voice amplifiers, for example.
Telephone engineers put the squeeze
on size, came up with a new small
type. When 600 of these new ampli
fiers are mounted on a frame two feet
wide and eleven feet high, they do a
job which once required a roomful of
equipment. Size was cut —but not
This is one of many cases where the
Bell System has made big things small
to help keep the cost of telephone
sen ice low.
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