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Decision on Korea
Was Inescapable, Eisenhower Says ■y Mw Associated Frees VALLEY FORGE, Pa., July 8.— Gen. Eisenhower says the United States decision to assist South Ko rea In resisting "outrageous inva sion” was inescapable. And, Gen. Eisenhower told 47, 000 Boy Scouts at their second national jamboree last night, the decision “must be carried to its conclusion by whatever means are necessary.” The general who commanded Allied forces in Europe during World War n pointed out Ameri can failure to aid South Korea "would be another kind of Mu nich, with all the disastrous con sequences that followed in the wake of the fatal error 12 years ago.” Gen. Eisenhower now is presi dent of Columbia University. Tells Costs of Freedom. In his July Fourth address he made it clear to the Scouts what American freedom means — and what it costs. “Here at Valley Forge, every relic, every monument assures us that even hunger, pain, nakedness and indescribable hardship cannot wholly disharten those whose spirit is steeped in faith and in loyalty to a lofty purpose, he de clared. A mighty roar from the Scouts and leaders seated in the open-air amphitheater greeted Gen. Eisen hower when he appeared, unher alded, to lead the campers in the Oath of Allegiance to the United States. His speech was short, ending with the famous words with which! he launched the Normandy inva sion: “Let ’er Rip!” And the words touched off a spectacular display of fireworks watched by about 30,000 spectators in addition to the solid ranks of clapping, yelling Scouts. 8,000 Scouts in Pageant. Gen. Eisenhower’s appearance climaxed a pageant in which 8,000 scouts depicted the key points in the development of American in dependence and demonstrated the function of scouting in maintain ing the American way of life today. Today the jamboree program featured scoutcraft exhibits, along with foot tours of valley forge and hikes by various units around the historic landmarks of nearby Philadelphia. The jamboree, first in this coun try since before World War II, ends with another pageant tomor row night. Professor Finds Self Over His Head on Job •y tfta A Mac ia tad hm CHARLESTON, W. Va.—A pro fessor of design at Carnegie Tech really found himself over his head on his latest job. It was an arched ceiling mural with an in dustrial theme, believed by Prof. Robert Lepper to be one of the few of its kind. The colorful aviation symbol ism is painted on the concave ceiling of the new million-dollar terminal building at the hilltop Kanawha airport. It involved hours of neck twisting and arm-stretching la bor from the uncertain perch of a rolling scaffold. And it repre sents a judicious combination of imagination and some SO shades of oil and water colors. Prof. Lepper calls the mural "schematic design—the applica tion of an industrial theme to a painting.” It's the basis of ad vertising art, but is highly un usual for a celing decoration. The 80 by 21-foot painting lit erally takes a person on a com plete air trip. Scene 1 shows a projection of the world, with Charleston pinpointed. Scene 5, the last, represents the end of the journey—the layout of an airport with symbols of an in strument landing system. Be tween are an aeronautics chart, cloud formations, and a theory of aviation design. The crown of the arched ceil ing is about 16 feet from the ter minal floor. This posed the crea tive problem of a mural designed to be viewed from the height of an average person. Prof. Lepper was assisted in the project by Eugene Myers, a re cent graduate of Carnegie Tech and one of Prof. Lepper’s former pupils. Gas Once Wasted Now a major product, liquefied petroleum gas was considered a waste product at refineries 30 years ago. Early Resort Park Hot Springs reservation in Ar kansas is one of the nation’s old est national parks. It was es tsrelished in 1832. GETTING THE GLAD HAND—Valley Forge, Pa.—Gen. Eisenhower shakes hands with Bay Scouts who crowded aronud him as he came to the National Boy Scout Jamboree to address tlie 57,000 boys yesterday. Gen. Eisenhower opened a huge fireworks display with the same words,; “Let ’er rip,” that he used to signal the Allied invasion of Europe in World War II. —AP Wirephoto. Teachers' Union Walkout Called 'Good Riddance' Sy th« Associated Press ST. LOUIS, July 5-—A Columbia University professor yesterday called withdrawal of a New York City Teachers Union from the Na tional Education Association "good riddance of bad rubbish.” The remark was made by Dr. John K. N. Norton, chairman of the NEA’S Educational Policies Commission in a report to the NEA’S annual convention here. The New York City Teachers Union, Local 555, withdrew from the NEA Sunday because of the association’s proposal to amend its by-laws to bar members of the Communist Party. The union is affiliated with the United Public Workers, which re cently was expelled by the CIO on the ground of left-wing dom ination. It was the commission headed by Dr. Norton, professor of edu cation at Columbia, that proposed the amendment to the by-laws. The convention will vote on the amendment tomorrow. Cannon Surveyed City Peter Stuyvesant determined the size of Albany in 1652 by fir ing cannon balls north and south, and declaring all land between the two shots within city limits. 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