NATIONAL BANK by jolinmilioncherie


									                                                                                                                           A VERY DIFFICULT DECISION «fr
                            —: Editorial:—                                                                                                                                                                                       Opinions of Others
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      CONGRESS, PLEAS* NOTE             and good sporiMi,,,
                      Hot end Cold on the Cold War                                                                                                                                                                    Of all the new courses we've activities, find mi\,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   heard of that are going to be tton to* and nrtn.-
   On one day in Washington the President the United States by 1952. Consequently,                                                                                                                                 added to already bulging college promoting demon ;r
of the United States tells a news conference Secretary of State Acheson, on his trip to                                                                                                                            catalogues, Harvard University's preciatlon of n,,, .
tliat he sees no alarming possibility that London this month, will attempt to per-                                                                                                                                 on " F u n d a m e n t a l Human home as the bn.n ,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Rights" sounds amonR the morn democracy, respen ;,.
the "cold war" will develop into a shooting suade the western nations to participate                                                                                                                               significant.'                        esty and humility. ,
war and then, to emphasize his optimism, fully in the joint defense program laid out                                                                                                                                  The course Is designed, the lownwn, cleanliness ,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   university soys, to consider "how promotion of the
made a promise to reduce the amount of by the military leaders of the North At-                                                                                                                                    the principal human rights In for the greatest nun
money that the nation is to spend on de- lantic Treaty Nations, Moreover, he Is, ac-                                                                                                                               the United" States Constitution longest period or i T
fense next year. •                            cording to the press dispatch, "prepared to                                                                                                                          pot th°rc .and what has hap- Itual values.—snr™n
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   pened to them since." It would
   The attitude of the President has been insist that the United States atone cannot                                                                                                                               be difficult to imagine a more         NOBODY SEEMs IV.i
reflected by statements of Secretary of De- possibly do the jnb."                                                                                                                                                  appropriate time for such study.        Joseph Alsop w
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       With Zechariah Chnfee Jr.. comment on puhii. ...
fense Louis Johnson. Unfortunately, these       Apparently aware of a conflict between                                                                                                                             Harvard's noted law school page, apparently ',},.,,
"all-is-well" utterances do not coincide with this-report and the statement of the Presi-                                                                                                                          teacher and a viitorous defender slble to confine i!:
the declarations of repsonsible military dent, "informants" suggest that the Presi-                                                                                                                                of human rights, presiding. It Is his accustomed fi- ,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   likely that the students will hear taken pen to wri'i-
leaders nor do they dovetail with the pub- dent may be correct in believing that the                                                                                                                               as much about "what has hap- dings ft vigorous fir!,,
lic statements of officials in the State De- military situation is better than it was in                                                                                                                           pened" to fundamental human Lattlmorc, aceu.-rii • •
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   rights in recent years ns they McCarthy of Cnrmi,
partment.                                     1946, in view of the failure of the Commu-                                                                                                                            will about how they got In the ings. The result ;
   For exa/nple, from Washington on the nists to seek expansion into Western Eur-                                                                                                                                   Constitution In the first place.     point.
clay following the President's utterances, a ope and the Midfllc East and the present                                                                                                                                  This Is all to the Rood. Today's    The man whn iv;.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    congressional hearings tend to guilt by association i.'
news story tells the people of this^country evidence of western strength and solidarity.'                                                                                                                           take increasing liberties with Alsop demon.stra;i
that the Defense and State Departments           It is added that the "President's own ad-                                                                                                                          personal reputations and basic find himself on y ,
haye decided that the western powers have, visers are deeply concerned for the future                                                                                                                               legal rights. In another area, ground. For rsnmp..
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    prominent natural scientists are be hard to show |)V
at most, about four years to build up their day." The Russians! it is suggested, will                                                                                                                               protestinii that on non-secret in- that Senator W N -
combined military forces for defense have accumulated enough atomic bombs                                                                                                                                           formation the Atomic Energy leader of Senim ,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Commission Is following a pro- and a noisy drfrmle
against Russia.                               to believe, that, with their powerful land                                                                                                                            gram of censorship "secretly con- Carthy charges nf:,t:>.
   Top officials are cited for the statement army, they have the power necessary to                                                                                                                                 ceived and never justified to the Department, has < n ,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    American public."                    every issue of f.,,,
that Russia will reach a dangerously well- embark on bolder moves which may lead to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Puller understands of hu- straight down the i
armed state, with a margin of power over a conflict.                                                                                                                                                                man rlghts^and responsibilities party line,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    —is urgently needed. Such a             Mr, Alsop raiTc '.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    course as Harvard plans should only as to Senator v,
                           Covenant Deserves Scrutiny                                                                                                                                                               be taught in all schools and col- also as to Senator •
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    leges. A special evening session and Taft.
     The Commission of Human Rights of the The implication, we suspect, is that the                                                                                                                                  for Congressmen might help. too.       The Soviet lin«' r;ii;
  United Nations, which includes the repre- "implementation machinery" will be devel-                                                                                                                               —The Christian SHence Monitor. in opposition to i• •-;•
  sentatives of a number of countries, is try- oped later on.                                                             Under the Capitol Dome                                                                   MASS COMMUNICATION
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              to Greece and Tiiik.-,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   selective service f,-i
  ing to draft the principles of a universal       About two years ago, Mr. Frank E. IJol-                                                                                                                        A committee of educators, States, the Atlnmi'-

  covenant on human rights for the people man, President of the American Bar Asso-                                                       By J. Jvseph Grlbllis                                                 headed by Dr. Lloyd N. Morrisett,   Marshall Plan and :
  of the world, It recently voted to prohibit ciation, made an exhaustive study of the                                                                                                                         professor of education at the ganijiation in EFiP
                                                                                                TRENTON—Vacation plans of Tuesday. The custom of decorat- sidered the tops In outstanding                      University of California, Los An- and the proposal of n
  individuals or non-governmental agencies proposed covenant on human rights, point- New Jersey lawmakers must be ing graves started originally with administration by traffic officials                       geles, has taken a look at movies, and pledges of def.-i. ,
  from raising formal complaints whenever ing out that there were only three "Anglo- tuned to their legislative duties,, the women of the southland of other state, is about to be                             radio and television, and It pact nations. On n . :•
                                                                                                                                                                    divided up between the State                                                   these Items, the Wh» ;
  the pact is violated.                                                                                                                  after
                                                 Americans or representatives of English- this year. Under the provisions shortlystrewedthe Civil War when Department of the Treasury and                      doesn't like what it saw.
                                                                                             of U» new State Constitution the they               flowers on the                                                   These iwield powerful Influ- as established by i.:.
     The work of the Commission has been speaking peoples on the Commission of 174th Legislature must reconvene graves of Confederate and Union the State Department of Law and                                ences boTh in the present-day Identical with the (\,u:
                                                                                                                                                                    Public Safety.                                                                 as Mr. Alsop write., in
  largely devoted to efforts to outline certain eighteen members." The other fifteen mem- on Saturday, July 8, to consider soldiers alike.                             Governor Alfred E. Driscoll be-
                                                                                                                                                                                                               life of society and for Its future
                                                                                             bills vetoed by Governor Alfred        Early in 18G8, John A. Logan,                                              development, they found. "Not We shall have to
  fundamental rights to be enjoyed by all bers constitute a majority of the body which E. Drlscoll.                               Commander in Chief of the lieves the revenue-raising sec-                    since the advent of the printing of having honest and .,.
  peoples throughout the earth. The defect has "undertaken to draft a 'bill of rights'                                                                              tions of the Division of Motor
                                                                                                Under the provisions of the Grand Army 1nf the Republic, is- Vehicles should be placed with                    press has mechanical invention public services, Mr A
   in the covenant, whi^h the United States      for the people of the United States."       1947 State Constitution, the Leg- sued a gene::' , -"der to all Grand other money-raising sections in             so profoundly modified and ex- "if mere mistakes nl •,
                                                                                             islature automatically returns 45 Army posts to decorate the graves                                               tended the nature (and scope of • are later to be tnuisfn!
   will be asked to adopt, is that it does not     Mr. Holman makes the point that if the days after sine die adjournment, of comrades killed In the late the Treasury Department. This                        human communication. Like the evidences of disloyal \
   follow the example of the American Bill covenant is ratified as a treaty, it becomes Sundays excepted, to consider rebellion on May 30. The order means will be all motor vehicle
                                                                                                                                                                    agents         accountable to the          drama, but unhampered by the vitle Courier-Jon ma 1,
   of Rights, which prohibits the Government the supreme law of the land under our           the vetoes of the Governor. Ve- expressed the hope that the ob- State Treasurer in the future.                    limitations of a stage and single
                                                                                             toed bills require a two-thirds servance "will be kept up from The inspection force, the statis-                  audience, the motion picture and
   from interfering with the rights of citizens, Constitution, to be implemented against all vote to override them in both year to year while a survivor of                                                    television carry their message to
                                                                                                                                                                    tical and safety education sec-
   but attempts to set up governmental guar- of us by the decrees of a hew international houses of the Legislature. The the war remains to honor the tions , would be retained under                           the mind and emotions through               Hugh U'llllnnir** K
                                                                                             Legislature actually adjourned       memory of his departed com-                                                  direct observation, thus in part                  .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Mnri'h M 1N7X—\nqt.t
   antees that certain fundamental rights will court of human relations.                                                                                            the jurisdiction of the Attorney
                                                                                             sine- die during the early morn- rades.'' Lbter, State after State General.                                       transcending the need of lan-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        f—•     .- • • .   . -   — i

   be enjoyed by citizens in general.               "The United States," he points out, "is  ing hours of May 18, but in ac- adopted May 30 as a legal holi-           Governor Driscoll would make            guage as a communicative agen-                      COMBIMAS
                                                                                             cordance with custom, clocks day.
      Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, who repre- but one nation among many and it is in- •were stopped at 5 P. M. on May                                                                                           cy. The radio requires only that Thr W <M)il¥rld«r I IU,I
                                                                                                                                    Next Tuesday New Jersey resi- the changes by executive order
                                                                                                                                                                                                               the listener understand oral WoodlirldKr linlt>iH'
   sents this country, recently said that the evitable that foreign standards of interpre- 17. Forty-five days from that dents will continue the beautiful rather than ask the Legislature                     speech; he is under no obliga- Tht liflln Jollrnnl
                                                                                                                                  custom of decorating graves al- to authorize the reorganization.                                                    I'llbhslifHl Kverv
   United States takes the position "that the tation of these rights will be applicable to date, Sundays excluded, falls on though Civil War veterans, with Martin J. Perber of River Edge,                    tion to be able to read."            th« \V«in:bl'i>li|i! i'.
                                                                                             July 8.                                                                                                              In keeping with the highest |i:in.v, WoiiilhrlclRc, I. J.
   measures for implementation embodied in the American people."                                                                  few exceptions, havi followed a newcomer in State politics,                                                         Clmrlea 13. lirt-Ki
                                                                                                While the session devoted to their comrades                accepted would succeed the veteran Arthur            aim of educations—the survival
   the covenant should be positive measures"        Mr. Holman thinks that the American consideration oi vetoed bills is early death'to who Immortal W. Magee of Wenonah as State
                                                                                                                                                   make                                                         and constant revltalizatlon of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Luwreuce R
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Vlci-Fresldent :i
   but that "our first step" should be a Bill of Rights "represents oar prorid «on- • mand*««ry under the State Con-' their patriotism.                             motor vehicle director. Magee will          democracy—the report asserts            I.ury F. OrcK'ur
                                                                                              stitutlon, a          session may
    "modest one." Consequently, she suggested cept of justice and propriety" and expresses t>e held nextspecialat the call of
                                                                                                             fall                   The day established to honor be loaned to the New Jersey                    that professional entertainment "~         rllAULKS B.
                                                                                                                                                                    Turnpike Authority as a traffic             has the obligation to recognize
   that nations should be free to ratify or not the opinion that "the people of this coun- Governor Driscoll to consider the memory of those who died consultant and safety adminis-                            and uphold "such values" as the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Elitor mui
                                                                                                                                  in the Civil War has come, to be
   ratify the covenant and that it would be try will emphatically not be willing to put water bills buried during the reg- observed in memory of the dead trator at $12,000 a year, which                      following: The dignity and worth AS IMliil'EMDENT
                                                                                              ular session. Bills creating inter-
   wise not to insist that "they must accept our system to the hazard of subjecting it to state and intrststate authorities of succeeding wars. In these is the same salary he has been                         of the individual, respect for the
   elaborate enforcement machinery" if they the interpretation of any international or- to regulate potable water supplies atomic days, Memorial Day under-  stands receiving for years.                       rights and opinions of others re- SiX mmitlis,
                                                                                                                                                                       Approximately 1,000 w e l l -            gardless of variations in back- ( j r . SillRlc n
                                                                                              were stymied m the Legislature out as a day of human                                                              ground and makeup, self-respect AllUy1>u>':l!ili-
   undertake the obligations of the covenant. ganization presently existing."
                                                                                              by opposition of existing State     standing, a noble virtue which tralned employes of the depart-                                                            iMITilT
                                                                                                                                                                             ment are in a dither over the —honesty—integrity, fair play
                                                                                                     water agencies seeking to protect could be greatly increased to ad-     sudden change in their status.
                                                                                                     their present powers.               vantage.
                            Aid Cerebral Palsy Victims                                                  Control of milk being sold in      HIGHWAYS: —New Jerseys
                                                                                                                                                                             As most of them are career em-
                                                                                                                                                                             ployes, their anxiety can be well
   The conscience of America always has clear example of utter neglect. At present,                  New Jersey may also force the highways are the costliest in the         understood.
                                                                                                     Governor to call a special se'ssion nation—$709,000 per mile against
 been a power of force—when aroused.          little can be done for the cerebral palsied            later in the year. Administration- a national average of $30,000 per       SANDY HOOK:—Officials and
                                                                                                     aupported bills requiring the li- mile. These are the facts, revealed   civic bodies of North Jersey sea-
   Once the full story is told about a wrong because there are only facilities for giving            censing of milk plants and han- in a study of State highway con-        shore and bayshore towns and                   HAVE US ANALYZE
 to be righted or a blight to be eliminated, thorough treatment and education to 2,500               dlers by the State Office of Milk struction made by the American        cities are perturbed lest the open-
 the American people move into action. The
                                              of the 546,000 people of all ages handi-
                                              capped by the condition. ,
                                                                                                     Industry after "securing a certifi- Roa"d .Builders' Association.
                                                                                                     cate of inspection from the Com-      The study shows that New Jer-
                                                                                                     missioner of Health., were defeat- sey built 41 miles of new highway
                                                                                                                                                                             ing of Sandy Hook'State Park
                                                                                                                                                                             before access highways -are built,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                TO DETERMINE WHETHER
 entire problem under attack may not be                                                                                                                                      will result in record traffic jams                 OR MOT YOU HAVE ADEQUATE
                                              . The U.C.P.A., organized by the parents of            ed during the final hours of the last year at a cost of $29,100,000.    and increased accidents. They                      COVERAGE BASED OH TODAYS
 solved overnight but great stories are taken                                                        regular session of the Legislature. That's an average cost per mile     remember the terrible traffic jams
                                               cerebral palsied children, plans to .attack
 in one section of the country after another, the problem on a broad front through med-                  However, Governor Driscoll is of $709,000. By contrast, New         of last summer.
                                                                                                     reluctant to call a special session York State spent $136,000 per          No provision has been made by
     That's why we are so hopeful that now ical research, Improvement ,ancl extension                for any reason. After consider- mile: Pennsylvania $65,000. All         the State for the- public to r,each
  something is going to be done for one of of facilities for'therapy, education and ha-              able difficulty and great delay, 48 states had an average cost of       Sandy Hook in safety and com-
                                                                                                     the Governor jucceeaed in hav- $30,000 for the 41,925 miles built       fort, it is pointed out. The Gov-
  the most neglected groups in our popula- bilitation, and^the training of physicians,               ing the lawmaking body adopt in 1949.                                   ernor's Traffic Safety Committee
  tion—the children and adults handicapped therapists, trained specialists and teachers.             his major legislative proposals       One important factor In'higTii    has urged" that the main shore
  by cerebral palsy. Up to now, either through                                                       and is willing to leave good road construction casts in New             route from Morgan to Red Bank
                                                   Naturally the program requires money.             enough alone. Recalling of the Jersey is the heavy truck traffic        ^""widened to- four lanes, but
  ignorance or a distaste for the facts of life, That is why the U.C.P.A. is1 asking all of us       Legislature might reopen old con- through the State, as well as          nothing has been done about it.
  the people of this nation have continued to '"'Help Them Beat C. P." and to contrib-               troversies.                         passenger cars which- makes it          A campaign is devolping to
  apathetic about their half-million (fellow ute generously to the $5,000,000 campaign                   From now until July 8 vaca- n e c e s s a r y to build four-lane         (Continued on Page 12)
  citizens who are cerebral palsied.                                                                  tions and vetoes will be on the highways.          •             .
                                                 that opendd May 1. You can help by work-            minds of the State's lawmakers.
                                                                                                                            REORGANISATION: — e w
     This month a new nation-wide organiza- ing with the U.C.P.A. unit here and by MEMORIAL DAY:—New Jer- Jersey's State Motor Vehiclef lDi-
  tion, the United Cerebral Palsy Associa- sending your contribution to Ralph Rotella, sey, along with other states, will vision, which has been a pioneer
  tions, Inc., is conducting a n educational Fords, President of the Middlesex County celebrate Memorial Day next in traffic; regulation and is con-                                                Do yow believe in horoscopes?
  and fund-raising campaign to correct this Cerebral Palsy League.

                                   Executes 4 Traitors                                                 GLAMQR GIRLSZZ                                       By Don
    A grim reminder of the recent war Mimes United States, their sentences of death,                                                                                                 S^rne newspapers' publish daily horoscopes.
 from Paris, where early this month a firing however just, would Have been reduced to                                                                                                Ityhatever! you rrtyy think of such forecasts,
 squad executed four French traitors, con- life imprisonment.             |                                                                                                          perhaps you will jagree with this one which
 victed of being members of a gang that        Moreover, if the convicted men could                                                                                                  we noticed recently.
 arresied ^ind tortured Frenchmen for the have interested some); pressure group in the
 Germans during the Nazi occupation.                                                                                                                                                 "Check over expenditures; watch your
                                             United States to allege that they were vic-
                                                                                                                                                                                     outlay. Anyone c&n spend mon^y, but all
    We have no idea what delayed the execu- tims of persecution as members of a minor-
                                                                                                                                                                                     do not know how to save earnings."
 tion of these men. Perhaps, the evitience ity group, their cases would have become
 upon which they were convicted has just a political is,sue and, instead of being de-                                                                                                Learning how to save part of your earnings
 $ome to light or they have been only re- nounced as traitors, they would have been                                                                                                  is relatively simple. It's just a matter of
 cently apprehended. Nevertheless, if they upheld by their adherents as persecuted                                                                                                   banking something, no matter how- small,
 had been lucky enough to be tried in the patriots.        *                                                                                                                         every payday. Sjftart this payday by opening'
                                                                                                                                                                                     your INSURED] compound-interest account
                             Machinery for Cooperation                                                                                                                               at tJhe .convenient Wootlbridge National
                                                                                                                                                                                     Bank.                              '      *
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       i 106 MAIN STIU'K'I
    Carrying, out'hla           I Intention of ifrii&iffi Nations' afraiiiinerudea-fcwo Vmt&
 jetting up litochlnery for a real bi-partisan crafs and two Republicans and each of the
 foreign policy, Senator Tom Connally, of other groups includes two Democrats and                                                                                                                          Additional Banking Hours Fridays 4 to 1 1 . M.
 Texas, Chairman of the Foreign Relations one Republican.
^Commit of the Senate, his set Qp elgty; It Is felt that CQrnrnlttee members will

              MM to hold monthly talks with be able to represent tb,etei£see<$^e parties
 State Department officials on international and that their meetings with State De-
                                                partment officials will facilitate t&e under-
   rThe sub-committees, (u outlined, closely standing of, and point support for, a bi-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  NATIONAL BANK
 ^gree with the organisational setup in the partisan attitude toward questions
         Department. The »UlHornrnitteeon. ing international aiflairs.
                                                                                                       "Look, ttypid • • • when they've been out with me all evening their
                                                                   INDEPENDENT-LEAPIK                                       .wallets are always empty."

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