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Hamilton Daily News Journal (Newspaper) - March 6, 1951, Hamilton, Ohio Buy and Buy Savings Bonds 1 Best Investment MAMph Sutler aunty frond jury 55 HAMILTON JOURNAL tOm hamilton in ai 14, 19J3, ander aet et Mirth 3. 137$. MARCH 6, 19*1 VOL. 65-NO. 64 PRICE FIVE CENTS 90,000 family of 18 PAGES WEATHER SHOWERS LATE AND WEDNESDAY WITH WINDY AND TURNING COLDER LOWS TONIGHT AROUND 45-50. REDS BELIEVED MASSING FOR ATTACK % $ 3> 4> $ * For 60,000 Draftees In May Former Foreign Minister Of Czechs Reported Slain C Associated Press New March 6. Unconfirmed underground reports received here last night from said that former Foreign Minister Vlado Clementis had been trying to flee his communist captors and that President Klement Gottwald and Premier Antonin Zapotocky were under house The special committee of free Secrecy Blankets R. F. C. Loan Probe Names Of Solons Involved Will Not Be Revealed ( Associated Press March 6. Investigating senators agreed today to keep secret the names of their colleagues who may have accepted free vacation stays at the swank Saxony hotel in Miami where the cheapest room is a The name of one senator already had been although not in that in a senate hanking subcommittee's inquiry into charges of political influence in loans made by the Reconstruction Finance corporation Senator Bennett a said yesterday the group had learned Senator Murray wrote a letter in 1949 urging approval of a one million dollar R. F. C. loan to another Miami Beach luxury the Other Testimony The subcommittee also received testimony 1. White House Aide Donald Dawson been a guest at the an RFC on at least three 2. Hilton W. R. F. C. official who helped to get approval of the Saxony's loan in 1949, received a rent-free two vacation the hotel with his wife and daughter the following 3. Senator Murray's James received in attorney fees after the loans were made to the Sorrento and the Maxwell a firm which sold furniture to both Maxwell got loads totaling one million Robertson had a hand in approval of all three Senator Murray was not in Washington Aides said he probably would have no comment he had studied the ORDER CRACKDOWN ON SICK LEAVES March 0. Gov. Frank J. Lausche today ordered the state highway department to do its own checking on sick disregarding The governor tolu Louis L. of division 12 that ho was holding him personally responsible for the efficient operation of the He ordered Drasler to call all division 12 subordinates in for a on alleged abuses of sick leaves and a warning that such abuses will be disciplined by Governor Lausche said one man drove a truck to Indianapolis while on department sick been REPORT NO SURVIVORS IN BOMBER CRASH March 6. - An overdue bomber from Langley Air Force crashed and burned on a Blue Ridge mountainside near hero last State police said first reports indicated there were no At least two bodies have been FIRE AND ROOK BUTADIENE PLANT March 6. - Fire and explosion today rooked the government-owned Butadiene operated by Koppers pany near this Ohio river some 35 miles northwest of Two men were The five broke out iu alcohol tanks used in the production of a. principal ingredient fif group of political exiles from the Red ruled the reports They said Gottwald and Zapotocky had opposed Russian demands that some of Czechoslovakia's heavy industry be dismantled and shipped to Poland and the Soviet The two top officials were also said to refused demands to send skilled workers to factories in the Soviet The report eaid Foreign Trade Minister Antonin Gregor been removed office and arrested in the same nationwide purge of charged with putting national interest above those of the Soviet Recent direct official announcements in Prague have said that more than 200 including top communist have been arrested in the current The government said Clementis was taken in custody for plotting to bring Czechoslovakia into the western Rubber Workers Consider Strike ( Associated Press March 6. The United Rubber Workers today notified the Goodyear Tire and Rubber company that 25,000 workers in 10 plants may strike at the end of the Union and company negotiators have been in session here since January 9 trying to reach an agreement on a new work to reach a satisfactory agreement on any major issue after more than seven weeks caused us to take the strike notice Paul E. special representative of the told The negotiators are continuing their daily he Goodyear granted workers a pay increase of 12 cents an hour last raising the average worker's pay to an it was SHIPS COLLIDE IN DELAWARE BAY March 6. ships collided this morning in Delaware One of them radioed a few minutes later that it was Radio reports to the coast guard identified the vessels as the S. S. Bertha a 2,415-ton vessel of Norwegian and the 3,365 ton Danish freighter The Bertha which normally carries a. crow of 30, sent out a radio call for assistance shortly after the collision about 7:30 a. m. The which left Philadelphia last night after discharging a cargo of raw reported only slight MYSTERY WITNESS ON WAY TO N. Y. New March 6. Brooklyn Eagle said today that a man it described as who has been hiding in Florida for six is hurrying to New York in his automobile to tell authorities what he knows of the basketball The Eagle said the man called Ben its basketball sports last night from N. and told know a lot about What I have to say will involve big names - big people such as you never dreamed would be mixed up in He told Gould he intended help the Eagle is Edward former Long Island university player under arrest as contact man for Salvatore alleged key with several players accused of rigging scores to keep within point SEVEN EXECUTED IK GREECE March e. - A ing squad executed eeven communists in Salonika had been sentenced to death by a military tribunal after being charged with attempting to set up a new underground in TO TAKE 18-YEAR-OLDS NEAR VOTE Measure To Set 181 Years As Limit Defeated SENATE Votes To Put 2-Year Limit On Opposition To Fades ( Press March 0. The army today called for 00,- 000 men from the draft in This brings the total army requests to 590,000 since drafting began last The other military services depend upon voluntary enlistments for their The army call for 60,000 in May is 20,000 under the monthly requests it has made since March 6. leaders drove today for early senate passage of the to draft 18-year-olds, Avith Senators Robert A. Taft and I 1 John W. both Ohio re- 1 I yesterday voted for f f an amendment to lower the I f draft age to The I I amendment was 55-31. | the old issue of Universal Military Training at Senator Taft lined up with Senators Bricker and Edwin C. Johnson in an effort to knock a provision out of the manpower Up To President The administration's would set up the machinery for universal although it would not go into operation until the President certified that the need for compulsory service had Senator McFarland of the democratic said the senate will hold a night session if to get final action on the measure The house has not yet its armed services committee is still holding Senator Lyndon Johnson floor manager for the predicted confidently that the senate will beat down the U. M. T. He also predicted the senate will defeat an amendment by Taft to limit operation of the On 10) MOTHER OF FIVE SHOT TO DEATH March 6. - Mrs. Delphia Elizabeth 41-year-old divorcee and mother of five was shot to death last A Harold Hayes age 23, said his caliber rifle discharged Authorities held Rush for The shooting took place ae Ilia couple was motoring from where Rush to where Mrs. Martin Rush said he saw an animal moving in a that ho took hie loaded rifle from the and it went off. The bullet struck Mrs. Martin in the TORCH CAUSES WARREN FIRE March 6. arc from a welding torch burned into a gasoline tank and started a fire at the Brainard Steel company last Sid a maintenance and machine shop employee of the Sharon Steel corporation was repairing a high-lift tow the kind used to lift pallets in His electric welder accidentally burned a small hole in the truck's gas stream of gas shot out and COUPLE REPORTS THEFT Or UFE SAVINGS March 6, - The life savings Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. McKamie kept hidden in a trunk was gone Mrs. told police someone stole the money yesterday while she was out of the Welcome Home To U. S. Marines Special To San March 6.-The welcome sign and band is out for 1,174 First division United States Marines as the transport General Breckenridge moves into its pier at San Some 400 of the marines aboard were convalescent wounded the others were coming home under the recently enacted Marine Corps rotation program for their fighting men in New Cold Wave Plays In Death Toll Mounts To 20 ( Associated Press March 6. A new blizzard and cold wave knifed into the upper midwest region today leaving at least four victims frozen in western Canada and The accompanied by intense scudded across western Canada and Montana and pushed Wyoming and the Cold wave warnings were issued for Nebraska and A mother and her two children perished during a horseback ride from their stalled car in the THOUSAND MARINES BACK FROM KOREA San March 6. - Some 1,000 marine veterans of Korea began wading ashore through three days of red all that separates them from a furlough The veterans - 1,107 First Division leathernecks came cheering through the Golden Gate yesterday - were promised they would be paid off and granted 30 day leaves by if The promise came from Col. L. C. commanding officer of Marine Barracks at Treasure island in Sun Francisco The leathernecks are veterans of the battling retreat from Changjin Most of them were 400 But all were And all happy to be among the first returned home under the new rotation They lined the rails of the Transport U. S. Breckinridge no the First is GALVIN TO SPEAK AT LANCASTER EVENT March 0. - Chairman William M. of the democratic national said yesterday Undersecretary of Labor Michael J. Calvin will speak at a day dinner March 29 in O. REPEAL PAYROLL TAX AT GRANDVIEW HEIGHTS March 6. - City council at nearby Grandview Heights last night repealed an emergency 1 per cent payroll tax it passed only last The tax never raised a penny for the But many employers have been withholding the They were instructed to give it back to their HOLLYWOOD TO REOPEN JULY 4 March 6. Hollywood one of the bright spots of any will reopen July 4. Film personalities again will entertain servicemen free of as they did iu World War a. tana More than 35 passengers of three stalled buses marooned overnight in 20 degrees below zero cold in In British the frozen body of Mrs. A. aged 40, was found a short distance from the spot she left a midnight bus during the Visibility Zero The in the Midwest in seven visibility to zero and sent the mercury skidding far below zero in Montana and North It brought the week's storm death toll to at least 20. Overnight temperatures of 30 degrees below zero were forecast for northern The mercury was not expected to rise above five below to 15 below zero today in North Winds up to 70 miles an hour raked parts of The winds ripped away 40,000 square feet of roofing in a low-cost housing project at Carson forcing 27 families to The galo also smashed Carson City shop windows and snapped off big trees at their Montana exposure victims WILSON TO CALL ON PRESIDENT Key March 6. Labor's revolt against the defense mobilization program brought Charles E. Wilson here today for a conference with President The defense mobilization director flow in from Fort where his family has been for a heart-to-heart talk with President Truman at the Little Wihte House on this naval submarine The United Labor Policy committee has turned thumbs down on Wilson and his mobilization program on grounds it is dominated by I HUNTER AIMS AT i HITS FIREWORKS PLANT Pearl N. March I hunter aimed at a | | pulled the | up went the fireworks A small fireworks plant blew | windows and dishes were shattered for a mile 15 miles away | were | Air raid wardens came and police and firemen i sped from nearby Now York | and New Jersey I Hundreds of sightseers | flocked to the plant near here I 1 on the Hackensack river near f I the state i One man three miles away I said he was thrown from his I 1 The frightened Frank age 24, forgot his Ho jumped in the | he was so j were Mrs. Ross about 2S, her ago 3, and nine They were driving nine miles to the ranch of Mrs. sister-in-law when the car stalled in blizzard degree Wind wrecked the hayrack her brought to their rescue and the started the mile trip to the ranch on one of the The horse turned up at the Rescuers found the bodies after an all night BIG 3 TO REPLY TO SOVIET BID March G. - The western Big Three delegations met at the French foreign ministry today to frame their answers to a agenda for a foreign ministers The meeting was preliminary to a resumption four power talks later when representatives of the United Franco and Russia start sifting ideas and juggling words in an attempt to reach agreement on an agenda for their The United States and British worked late last night on their reports to Washington and London opening Today they were reported to have received reactions from their homo WOMAN TO TAKE SECURITIES POST March 6. the first time in the state's a woman is to the job of looking out for Ohio Next Monday Miss Margaret A. a Cleveland steps into the post of state securities division She may stay in the job as long as she wants if the governor is satisfied to keep her Ernest J. another left the securities post last week to head the bureau of unemployment Miss Mahoney said she to make but few changes in Cornell's PLAN TO SPECIAL AUTO TAGS THIS WEEK 0., March 6. - Don't fret if you haven't received your special automobile license Robert E. state registrar of motor says the plates with low numbers and letter combinations are being mailed piecemeal this year to give the mailman a All 90,000 should be in the mail he VANDENBERG REMAINS IN SERIOUS CONDITION Grand March 6. Vandenberg rested comfortably said a report on his ago remains in serious after his relapse a week ago from a serin of Pass To Probe Subversives ( Associated Press March 6. The state approved ft move to investigate subversive activities in Ohio last night and got a shock an hour later when a type torpedo exploded almost under the The blast which echoed noisily through the huge rotunda appeared to lie a guards found the torpedo's paper which was about two-thirds the size of a shotgun By the fireworks in tho senate chamber which passage of the inquiry were Senator Mark McElroy former member of the Army Security Intelligence argued futilely against what he called the unnecessary breadth of the resolution setting up the Unanimous Action The senate defeated limiting amendment on a voice The senate approved the investigation 29-0. Three members were absent and McElroy had left the floor before the final vote was The investigation resolution originated in the house and was approved 118-0 there The 10-membcr when it is will look into communist and other subversive activities in the Hardly had the echoes of the debate died away before Senator Albert Daniels began a lengthy attack on the budget message delivered last Thursday by Gov. Frank J. The Daniels concluded after reciting a number of figures on tax collections in tho last 18 has underestimated Ohio's revenues for the next two years by at least thirty-eight million Senator Anthony J. Celebrezze came to the governor's defense with the observation that his estimate of state revenues as good as Senate Minority Leader Joseph supported DROP EXPECTED IN FOOD PRICES March 6. national farm leader said today there is a good that farm and food prices will decline somewhat during the months John H. executive secretary of tho National Council of Farmer said such a development is quite likely if farm production continues at current high A recent agriculture department report showed that farm prices reached a record level in some farm products - particularly hogs and declined since that Davis said much of I lie increase in food prices since the start of tho Korean Avar could bo attributed to buying and stockpiling by retailers and others fearing possible ARMED FORCES GOAL OF 115,000 IN CANADA March expects to put army brigades of about men each in both Korea and Europe this to do it entirely through voluntary The Canadian goal is 115,000 in tho armed forces by 1054--including the fourteen do minion has never tried in The navy and aii force now total about 06,000 men BONZO PERISHES IN CALIFORNIA FIRE Thousand March 6. - One of Hollywood's most engaging a little fellow named is A veteran of scores of movies and television Bonzo was performing chimpanzee and a top scene lie was suffocated along with three other upes and a baby kuu when fire broke out iu the chimp house of tho World LARGEST FORCE CONCENTRATED AT Enemy Troops Below 38th Number 300,000 S. MARINES Advance Against Stubborn 6-Inch Snow Falls Over Front ( March American marines attacking over new fallen snow drove slowly ahead today in central The Chinese Reds resisted The Leathernecks were pushing toward the key communications hub of 15 miles north of recaptured Some of the Marine elements were 11 miles from The Chinese Reds are believed to have concentrated their largest frontline forces at General MacArthur said another big Red Chinese Third Field moving toward the front from northeast Korea to support the Communist Fourth Field MacArthur's report was the first indication of a. large shift by tho Third Field lie said it was comprised of several army up to 00,000 Heavy Losses Despite losses of an estimated 22,250 troops since the United Nations resumed its limited February the Chinese and North Koreans are believed to number below parallel LIS in South Lt. Gen. Matthew B. commander of allied ground forces in told a news conference the Reds have plenty of men to launch a big On the a six-inch snow fall slowed tho determined allied push Tuesday through the craggy mountains and valleys across the peninsula east of Units of the First Marine division took hill 336 three miles northeast of Tuesday after other elements punched to points four miles north and northwest of the rubbled town Taemi Taken On the East-Central Korean Reds fought bitterly from log bunker dugouts on rugged ridges near a mountain stronghold from which routed Taemi is 10 miles northwest of eastern road junction of one of the main East-West highways running to and The new positions wero under assault by the United States Second and Seventh A combination A in e r i c a On PACKARD GIVES WAGE INCREASE March 6. companies in the auto industry began lining up behind the today in the five cents an hour cost of living wuge Packard was the announcing the boost for its 9,000 production Ultimately a total of one million auto workers are expected to get the added nickel an hour under escalator wage It brings tho average pay to about an Since tho week-end General Ford and Chrysler have given the raise to 505,000 employees for a total of an estimated for the three ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL APPOINTED March 6. - E. S. ago 27, of today received appointment as assistant Ohio attorney Attorney General C. William who announced the assigned Gallon to the claims Gallon was born and reared in was admitted to the bar in 1950, aud has been practicing law in Dayton for the past six GREAT LAKES PREPARED TO March 6. Many Lakes vessels tied up hero aro expected to move fore April 1, the day previously set for opening tho shipping Crews already are getting of the if
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