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Charleston Gazette (Newspaper) - February 1, 1954, Charleston, West Virginia More PAID in West The Charleston Gazette The State You Read or See the Big INS UP Acme Established 1873 Five Cents Charleston West Virginia Monday Morning February 1 1954 20 Sections Cloudy milder this afternoon Details on Page 10 County Plans Vote Machines For Primary However Bartlett Says Backlog of Orders May Delay Court Purchase By Lewis Abbot Staff Writer for The Gazette The Kanawha County Court plans to get as many voting machines for the August mary as possible and hopes to have enough to cover the ty by the November election Court President Bruce Bartlett said yesterday He indicated however that there may be a delay in ing the machines because of a backlog of unfilled orders It is my that there is a shortage of the chines throughout the country because of a large number of orders placed by the county governments of other Bartlett said Bartlett said that the County Court will begin studying the various machines available mediately and will ask for bids on them as soon as they can Kanawha County voters a p proved a special property tax levy to raise funds for the chase of voting machines day by a landslide of favorable votes Four Precincts Uncounted With all but four of the county's 307 precincts counted at midnight Saturday the vote was for to against the levy The last four will be counted today In only 15 precincts the ure failed to gain approval and in 15 other precincts every single voter approved the chase In a referendum on the use of the machines which did not vide means of financing their purchase in connection with the tally of the Saturday's vote will be found on page 7 Bricker Accepts New Seeks President's Support Ike May Give Red Plan Hope Far Unifying Germany West Envoys Snub Molotov U S to Bear Most of Cost Pact Blueprint Of New Bases n r T WASHING iON Jan 31 Big Ministers Britain will bear only 40 per cent Will Meet First Time the cost of 19 British bases to T T e be used by the U S Air Force 111 Kussian Sector was disclosed today Plans had been made earlier for the cost to borne equally BERLIN Jan Project Organized Cops Rally Aid For Blind Couple By James A Haught Writer for The Gazette 11 11 j j uncKer aia not give any mi- An anonymous telephone call to police Jasti mediate details of the proposed Senator Withholds Details of Measure To Alter Constitution WASHINGTON Jan 31 John W Bricker said tonight a com- promise on his controversial treaty making constitutional amendment has been drafted which he will accept if dent Eisenhower supports it Bricker did not give any im- sia's V U was night started a soliciting campaign which netted compromise and declined to say tt what his course of action will UP GETTING ACQUAINTED witli her newly adopted son Ke Pil Kim is Mrs Katherine Pond of La Mesa Calif The Korean War orphan arrived yesterday at San Francisco aboard the liner President Cleveland Crew members and passengers aboard the ship named him little soldier for his habit of saluting all the uniformed members of the crew xx today with a plan for divided dium bombers Fifteen of them are Germany's future which left for use Western diplomats almost ini I testimony Jan 8 behind the despair of the bases are for two bushels of groceries for a destitute blind couple nf a VO tj It also started a project which restore the sight of the closed doors of a House subcommittee made Judging from a preview public today total cost was put Spanish Bases No Problem But U S Lacks Permit To Use Them jn War ft A WASHINGTON Jan 31 Jan the plan given last night byj the East German j government the Big Three troop labor Britain is to doubted furnish 209 million dollars in would be able to end the usable facilities and 63 million nf this landi dollars worth of cash outlay in vision of this shattered iana to free land by any agreement with the Gen Stanley T Wray viet Union in the foreseeable Deputy director of Air Force in- future said the two merits had reached a new Molotov has promised to ment on his plan to the American British he said it simply and French foreign ministers Qur impression that the Kingdom Here's how it About 6 p m an anonymous caller told Desk Sgt O D There's a blind couple living at 211 Brooks St who need help bad Why don't you see if thing can be done for i Answering the call Sgt Van Brown and Patrolmen Bob mon and Bernard Settle went to the address where they found Mr and Mrs William C Ross living in a tiny upstairs room Senate investigating unit their conference tomorrow after they head into the nd probably decisive week not permit the 50.50 cost session that they expect no devices by a to vote The special levy approved is expected to raise for the purchase storage and upkeep of the machines Bartlett said that the County Court hopes to purchase a minimum of 500 machines which he said around A tabulation -ol the county's 307 precincts that about 87 cent of those who went the polls approved the levy Please Turn to Page 10 Col 3 15 Persons Die TROIS RIVIERES Que Jan 31 persons were killed late Saturday when a bus burst into flames after colliding with truck near Yamachiche 15 miles west of Ten persons were Injured ing the drivers of both vehicles handle the affairs of i rumors i o v about the use of Spanish enterprises bases in an emergency But they during the war completely the British are contributing a U S Loyalty Procedure Hit Americans On U N Employment be if the President not endorse it The Ohioan said he has gone over a draft of the compromise resolution with both Republican and Democratic leaders Bricker It is satisfactory to me I will agree to it if the administration will support it The modified version of the Bricker resolution is presently in President Eisenhower's hands He WASHINGTON Jan 31 tell congressional leaders at j his weekly legislative White congressmen reported Monday if it is today that delay in loyalty ances for Americans is giving of and a week ed Nations jobs in Europe to other behind on the rent nationals who probably involve a The couple both sightless told much greater risk for U S in- the officers their only income is a meager per week Mrs Ross Recruitment Americans or 10 specialized U N agencies has been drastically curtailed and in some is practically said an agreement with On the other hand it said talks at Stanstead would be necessary first these Last week Secretary of Air and financially sound bot made it plain that the United within the restrictive limits States would expect to use the i government operation East called on au WQ condition He to take Part in a reconstruction ft t think You could not bases in the event of war going to stop he The report from a Senate subcommittee brought to j Communist newspapers T T an end a lengthy probe of the asked Later he formal Department's Alien Property statement that the United States and its administration of would live up to its agreements about half a billion dollars worth The Rev Marcel one of six Ro- man Catholic priests from nearby Pointe au Lac traveling in a ond bus a short distance behind braved the flames to drag two of the passengers to safety Many of the victims were pinned in their seats and died in the flames Others perished as tried to batter their way through the emergency door locked shut by the truck resting against the side of the bus The dead included one child who was hurled free of the bus but died In a snowbank beside the road Only one of the victims could be removed from the bus the others were pried after the bus was towed to the morgue in Trois Rivieres An inquest was opened ately to identify the victims but those who filed through the morgue could name only nine of the dead Police said it might be days before all victims are identified The bus was believed to have been carrying 35 or 40 people with Spain These provide that wartime use is subject to mutual agreement The State ment had no comment on remark at the time It appeared from a text today that the same question had arisen at an executive session of a House Appropriations on Jan 7 Rep Cederberg I would like some clarification on our ability to use these bases in time of war I think we ought to have a clarification from You could not do to earns working in a city laundry Until last month the husband had operated a refreshments stand in a downtown office building but Please Turn to Page 10 Col 8 7 Top Firms Pool Iran Oil body on that very item because I cannot see building these bases un- less we have an ironclad ment that we can use them in case of war The Defense Department with the State Department's approval subsequently submitted the ing statement to the As the base agreement states the time and manner of any sible wartime use will be mutually agreed upon From the discussions we have had on this point we feel assured that there would be no problem regarding effective use in time of emergency and that U S interests in this regard are fully protected of seized assets in this country The investigation was launched in the previous Congress after Sen Wiley charged that the Truman administration had used the APO as a super gravy train to channel plums and tronage to favored friends The subcommittee originally was headed by the late Sen Willis Smith was succeeded as chairman by Sen Dirksen 111 after the Republicans took con- trol of Congress last year The group's recommendations highlighted by a proposal that vate property confiscated under the Trading With the Enemy Act je returned to individuals not con- of war crimes were dis- closed a few days ago by Dirksen The report itself however was not available until today sector this week The ministers will assemble the massive Soviet Embassy on Unter den Linden where Hitler's legions used march The first week's sessions held in the Allied Control Authority Building in the Please Turn to Page 10 Col 6 Vietnam Desert 38 Front Posts Switch to Reds SAIGON Indochina Jan 31 French authorities disclosed today Vietnamese troops won over by Commu nist propaganda have abandoned 38 outposts in Cochin China south of Saigon and deserted to the Vietminh In an attempt to check the de- Today's Definition Parrot The only creature with the power of speech that is content to repeat what it hears without trying to exaggerate it Cads Schemers Scolded The APO acquired control of 469 business in addition to real estate patents and other en- emy assets The subcommittee's report reviews the ion of these companies the sons selected to run them and the Please Turn to Page 10 Col 7 Butter Props Due to Bend WASHINGTON Jan 31 mountains of butter now piled up under government loans Sen Aiken predicted today that of government price ports on it will drop Aiken chairman of the ture Committee and a longtime Blast Kills 4 In New Haven NEW HAVEN Conn oil companies to create an inter- established by the State national consortium to Iran's oil output persons were killed day and three others ly escaped death when a three story house in New Haven ex- and burned The blast blew out windows in houses in several surrounding blocks An official of the New en Gas Co said the explosion was caused by gas leaking into the basement of the house from a split gas main The man said that the frozen ground prevented the gas from ing into the air and that the fumes followed the path of least resistance probably along an improperly installed sewer the basement A neighbor who was thrown but of bed by the explosion said the house was enveloped in a sheet of flame by the time she got to window Minutes later one side wall fell out and the roof collapsed WASHINGTON Jan 31 United States has cleared the way for American British and Dutch acceptable to him Would Curtail Power The chief executive bluntly de- clared his opposition to the er proposal in its present as introduced charging that it would curtail the presidential power to conduct foreign policy Debate on resolution ing for a new amendment to the Constitution began in the Senate last week It requires approval by because clearances have taken as much as six months a Foreign Affairs subcommittee said The group said this poses a rious threat to the technical heretofore by the United States in European U N ties ranging agriculture to public health The three-man subcommittee fully endorsed the loyalty program a two-thirds majority in both House and Senate before it jean be submitted to the states If i three-fourths of the latter ratified lit the amendment would become of the Constitution 1 Bricker said he believes tt possible to reach a compromise with the President on his He I am satisfied that any com- promise will meet the cardinal principles which I have in mind He was asked what would be N employes It requires a full investigation and clearance of Americans to be employed by the U N or any of its agencies In no the report said should the standards by those procedures be ered or relaxed The subcommittee proposed a further study of the problem in view of the fact that the tional organizations reserve an in- dependent position on the hiring of a United States citizen even in the case of an adverse loyalty report on such an individual For the fection French Union and loyal Vietnamese units have rushed to the area Authorities said 26 deserters and 20 ed Vietminh irregulars have been picked up The report caused considerable anxiety in Saigon This part of Cochin China has been quiet for about a year during which there has been no notable military Cochin China is the southern province of Viet Nam Annam Tonkin are the other two Launched Meanwhile Vietnamese the ground floor ties ordered mountain troops j bilized in the Sedang region about Mr and Mrs Charles field who lived on the third floor of the residence and Brown 18 who lived with friend of dairy producers told to divert French Charles Epstein residents Red Press Hits Scoundrels Who Deceive Soviet Women MOSCOW Jan 31 ffl The viet press is denouncing illicit love especially in high places It wants traveling men to spare the honor of Soviet women The newspaper Tadjikistan Communist recently published a solemn warning to Russian en against engaging in love fairs with married men even though they hold important places in the Communist party or trade unions Communist scolded the men guilty of immorality those who beget mate children and then refuse to aid the mother and children It features of the Soviet woman The paper cited the cases of six women who had borne dren to married men were de- by them and then tried to get the philandering gentlemen to do right by the women Tadzhikistan Communist showed that men can be heels It cited the case of Sasha whose first letters to were tender and sad I walk from corner to 300 miles northeast of Saigon to counter an offensive launched there four days ago by the Vietminh rebels The rebel forces pulling back from the Annam coast where a French Union offensive is in progress thrust columns into the The three were so dazed and shocked b'y the experience that none of them were able to give coherent accounts of how they escaped The trio was treated for shock at St Raphael's pital and then released The move is regarded as a jor step to settle the bitter British- Iranian nationalization dispute which has paralyzed the vast oil installations in Iran for nearly three years Atty Gen Brownell acting un- der direction of the top National Security has granted five big American companies immunity from in order to allow them to join the combine The American companies are re- ported to be Standard Oil of New Jersey Standard Oil of California Oil The Texas Co and cony Vacuum Under a plan now being dis- cussed these five American firms would join with the British Co and Royal Dutch Shell to move and distribute Iran's nationalized oil production Many months of negotiation are in prospect yet both among the companies and between the British and Iranian governments before the plan can be put into effect Top American officials ever are confident this approach eventually will the Iranian oil crisis Herbert Hoover Jr special petroleum adviser to of State Dulles is now in London discussing the plan Tn Train with British government and i I dill company officials mountainous plateau country Miss Brown's parents Edward around Sedang in an apparent 52 and Esther 47 and Mr and reporter he expected the ent price support of about 67 cents a pound to be cut to or 60 cents Secretary of Agriculture son under existing law will set the price support level effective April 1 About a year ago Benson con- for one year the 90 per cent of parity level that had operated during the Korean War Parity is a regulated price used for ment loan and support programs intended to give a product a stable purchasing value Benson Aiken and most other lawmakers agree that the vast stocks of butter cheese and other dairy products that have lated under government supports French sources said the Vietminh have one or two regiments there Do Unto Others corner how terrible as if I a major headache lost everything We do not at all intend to de- lend either highly placed comrades who use official journeys for more than objectionable entertainment or citizens who between business drop in to see any woman who has enticed them and who thus become fathers in passing Their criminal lack of responsibility not be and is not justified But to an equal degree there can be no justification for those who forget that high principles honesty modesty moral purity shall not shun this must be the distinctive I walk like a I'm certain that butter supports must go down to 75 or 80 per cent of Aiken said Even this lower level is not ex- to solve the problem of surpluses which now total 265 million pounds of butter 260 million pounds of cheese and 425 million pounds of dried milk hen that has lost her chicks He also sent ardent and strong kisses as he told that he misses I his dear little friend very much But suddenly Sasha's tone changed His dear little friend had a baby and the paper ed his sixth letter contained ther tenderness nor sadness It was very short and very sharp this last He was very for- mal with and reported that I am now living with my wife and son Of course I am very happy about this because I have always wanted to be With the Amusements 12 ily It is now clear that you arrange your happiness to your own desire As concerns the child I have satisfied your re- and so live and be happy Inside of the second floor were killed in the blast Golden Rule Really Works Church Experiment Shows LANSING Jan 31 great new peace of mind was the est single benefit of living strictly by the Golden Rule for a month This was the testimony of bers of the Mayflower tional Church at a special service today marking the end of a unique experiment In both personal testimony and the letters the theme of a new sense of peace both personal and worldwide ran constantly Better Than Big Four The said one un- identified letter writer led me to know that the Golden Rule bring peace to the world better Other benefits mentioned by all the Big Four conferences those who participated were that here to family relationships were vastly improved lives were lifted to a higher plane and participants learned to govern their tongues and be more tolerant of others viewpoints The Rev William Hainsworth market pent last after congressional the investigation of some his opposition to compromise but did not announce Please Turn to Page 10 Col 3 Democrats Urge Jimmy to Drop Congress Try PASADENA Calif Jan INS Democratic leaders night bluntly asked Jimmy Roosevelt to drop his candidacy present it added the U N Congress and former actress its agencies have agreed to wait for clearance before hiring cans The congressmen urged a speedup of investigations which they said now take several months for a simple name check of an American seeking only a job The subcommittee headed by Rep Merrow made what it termed the first field study of U N agencies by a legislative group from any country last tober and November It visited seven West European nations 54 Dead 100 Hurt never before said another Still another said he enjoyed and contentment beyond all understanding All of us could have more and peace of mind if we pastor of the church launched this experiment through experiment Jan 1 He read some 20 letters and then asked for sonal testimony from members of said Mrs Rexton Smith A young mother she added that the month had brought a new happi- 15 Columnists Comics the congregation Thirteen of ness to our home spoke from their places in thei Deacon Ralph Fulkerson testified pews personally that the month has More than 50 members he said helped our family life very much is agreed to live for a month making My wife says she hopes I 12 a determined effort to live as if keep it up because I am a lot Editorials Fix It Yourself 14 Obituary 10 Parsons Radio-TV Sports profess to PUZzle 14 Women i The Justice Department action officials said gives the American companies only the right to join the combine Brownell has re- served the authority to take action against them if they violate ing laws in marketing the oil by such devices as manipulating prices or dividing world markets The Justice Department granted the immunity because the com- panies it was said felt a similar assurance by President er under the powers granted him in the Defense Production Act would be insufficient Company executives pointed out any such White House go-ahead would expire if and when the De- fense Production Act died fore they requested and got a broader immunity which has no specific time limit The idea of an international combine to help solve the oil problem was Please Turn to Page 10 Col 8 DunBar Driver Faces Auto Assault Charge Felonious assault was the charge placed against a Dunbar man yesr by an irate Charleston woman who said he twice tried to crash his automobile into the one she was driving Mrs Marie Stutler of wood Acres told police Robert Stalnaker of 439 Third St Dunbar tried to wreck her car at two places on Bream at the Fifth Ave intersection then at the Madison Ave intersection SEOUL Feb 1 INS Forty-eight South eans were killed and nearly 100 injured in a collision between a Andrea Leeds denied she is the same woman named in kiss and tell letter in 1945 Culbert Olson former Governor and Mrs India Edwards vice chairman of the Democratic National Committee declared they be- the eldest son of the late Franklin D Roosevelt would best serve the party by doning his candidacy for Con- gress in the California District This development came hard on the heels of a statement from Mrs Robert Howard former tress Andrea Leeds who told in- in Palm The Mrs Robert Howard named as one of the women in that letter must be someone else The former actress wife of Robert Howard wealthy train and a California automobile agency and hotel owner said she was making her statement in view of what she termed comment and day night near Osan south of Seoul U S Army authorities said no Americans were involved in the tragedy Please Turn to Page 10 Col Few Koreas Are Better Urey Blasts Using A-Bomb For World Peace Weapon CHICAGO Jan 31 Dr old Urey Nobel Prize winning atomic scientist asserted today the United States should not adopt the threat of atomic as its policy for policing the world but should emphasize weapons of more limited scope who helped develop the first atomic bomb said he is very unhappy over what he termed the Eisenhower threat of massive re- taliation for any new aggression Speaking on the University of Chicago's Round Table radio broadcast Urey If we ever get to the place where we use atomic bombs we can expect World War III with bombs being dropped on us It's something we should avoid However Dr Hans director of the university's center for study of American foreign icy said the threat of U.S She signed a warrant has been the deterrent r Stalnaker with felonious assault against aggression in Europe since i terials for the benefit of countries tack there won't be another he said Urey asked what the United States was prepared to do if the launch a strong offensive in Indochina we drop bombs on he asked If it means we are to pulverize Chinese cities it means we are going to kill a lot of innocent people and it would be a bad thing to do people in Asia and Eu- rope would turn against us and there would be many people against it in the United States A few Koreas in the future is a better prospect than the start of World War Urey and Morgenthau agreed it would be a catastrophe in the light of new American policy if Russia now accepted the Baruch proposals for inspection and tation of atomic material Urey said he was enthusiastic about President Eisenhower's for a pooling of atomic and drunk driving but officers World II throughout the world but said it Dorothy Dlx Please Turn to Page 10 Col 8 yet cUJU UJ 1 wwu n said the man had not been If we say another Korea will has nothing to dp with the be ground for an atom bomb at- problem
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