Hamilton Daily News Journal (Newspaper) - July 3, 1954, Hamilton, Ohio Helo Keep A merica Strone Buv United States Bonds of July holiday under caution urged on ail HAM I LTD N JOURNAL HAMILTON IN Feb. 14, it it net of March 8. 1879. 11 L Y 3. 1954 VOL. 68- NO. 16? PRICE FIVE CENTS 90,000 Readers each day in The family of possible 18 PAGES WEATHER HAMILTON AND SCATTERED TONIGHT AND HIGHEST 88-96. LOWEST TONIGHT 62-68. 3> Fireworks And Political Talks To Feature Observance Of 4th Of July Weekend Throughout U. S. WASHINGTON - Throughout I Washington Memorial Chapel I The nation's first the nation this in big cities and small Fourth of July celebrations will mostly follow the old-fashioned formula of a fireworks and patriotic But behind the speeches will lie there acting Gov. Charles E. dent and of Florida will There will also be other ceremonies at Independence Hall home of the Liberty Fireworks will light up Mrs. not be in town to see the They plan a quiet holiday weekend at Camp the presidential retreat in the Catoctin Mountains of the very modern problems of an j famed where Vice President Richard Nixon uneasy atomic more awesome knee was preached and stoutly will be among the holiday than any that could be And several blocks away j Today he goes to when American independence was at the old state now a take part in the town's 178 years the Declaration of j Celebrations at some of the Independence will be read by an Another celebration in western most historic shrines student from Boston Latin Pennsylvania will mark the 200th will keep alive an the oldest school in the j anniversary of the Battle of Ft. tion of the country's early strug files and hardships and of the courage required to overcome There will be ceremonies at Valley near where prospects for American success in the War for Independence reached their lowest At the Mammoth Display A mammoth fireworks display will be set off July 5 at the grounds of the Washington Monument in D. C. This annual show usually draws thousands to the center of the nation's j Necessity near j which opened the French and Indian The speaker there will be Gen. George C. California Show On the other side of the country in California a huge firework display will be touched off Sunday at the 103,000-seat Los Angeles rial The next day another big show will be staged at Pasadena's Rose Bowl where 80,-000 are In Texas the traditional Fourth of July celebrations are rodeos and cowboy At more than 12,-000 were in town for three nights of ceremonials and Independence Day ceremonies in recall the most recent war in which American soldiers have The city will present to Korea a 40-car train loaded with relief and rehabilitation Tyo Wook Korea's minister plenipotentiary to the United Stales and delegate to the United will accept the for which range from aspirin tablets to trucks and NIXON BLASTS TRUMAN'S REGIME Demos Accused Of Losing 600 Million To Reds U.S. Concerned Over Losses In Indochina WASHINGTON United States has instructed its diplomats at Geneva and Saigon to express grave concern to French and Vietnamese government leaders over the apparent abandonment to Communist forces of populations in the Red River Delta of The action was officials on humanitarian An Associated Press dispatch from Singapore yesterday reported that French troop withdrawal south of Hanoi bad put an additional four million Vietnamese under Red The French command at Hanoi announced their troops have evacuated five fortified cities and 2,000 square miles of heavily populated riceland in the southern part of the Red River Not Informed The State Department spokesman said Thursday that the United States had not been informed by the French government of the withdrawal Yesterday the Press Officer Henry disclosed that the United States was asking Paris for information about its operation in However French here said information about the proposed troop withdrawal was given top Australian and New Zealand military officers during confidential talks nearly a month No one at the the French made any move to offer Direct Interest Suydam said the United States had a direct interest since it is a member of the Geneva Conference where French are negotiating with Communist representatives for an Indochina The new American diplomatic moves and the public disclosure of them here represented expressions of U. S. government disapproval of the course being taken by the Mendes-France government of Premier Mendes-France took office two weeks ago with a promise to get an Indochina peace or resign by July 20. Shortly afterward he conferred in Switzerland with Red Chinese Chou Behind the American which have the effect of publicly criticizing French government policy in is a strong suspicion that Mendes-France has made some kind of a deal with Chou and that the shortening of lines in the delta is a result of that Traffic Death Toll Light In First Weekend Hours By The Associated Press Millions of motorists were on the highways heading for resort areas for the three-day July 4 but the traffic death toll was light in the first few hours of the extended the National Safety Council has estimated there will be 430 persons killed in motor mishaps the 78 hour period from 6 p.m. yesterday to midnight The Council also estimated 40 million cars will on the highways during the holiday First reports of violent deaths showed four killed in traffic accidents and four by Traffic fatalities included two each in North Carolina and Two drownings were reported in New Hampshire and one each in New York and There were 434 violent deaths in the three-day July 4 holiday last The record July 4 three-day violent death toll was 676 in 1949. The largest July 4 three-day traffic toll was 366 in 1952. Phone Strike 17,000 To Return To Jobs HOSPITALITY DOESN'T PAY Neb. elderly couple whose car had broken down voiced to Nebraska State Sen. Lester Anderson their suspicions a garage operator here might them with his Anderson assured them they were wrong and to build up the of his home installed them in his private guest room at the hotel he Checking the room after the couple left the next Anderson found the room towels and the bath mat NEW YORK - A tentative agreement was reached early today between Western Electric Co. and 17,000 CIO telephone equipment installers to end a nationwide walkout which started two days Following a one-hour negotiating officials of the and the CIO Communications Workers of America issued a joint statement are in tentative agreement and will meet today at noon EDT to sign the following which time the terms of the contract will be There was no further comment from the union or The CWA struck Thursday in 44 states and the District of Columbia in a dispute over grievance and provisions covering the transfer of affected by the walkout were New Vermont and where the phone companies do their own installation and maintenance Senate Discusses Proposal To Limit U. S. Foreign Aid WASHINGTON Wl - Senate Re publican leaders today weighed a move to limit foreign aid appropriations to six months and thus force a new appraisal of America's problems next Confirming that a proposal was being of the GOP floor MEAT RATIONING OFF IN BRITAIN LONDON tomorrow regain a freedom they haven't enjoyed for 14 They will be able to go into a butcher shop and me about three pounds of lamb and while you're at it toss in a couple of pounds of Bangers are mysterious Meat rationing is is a said Prime Minister Churchill in a recent this freedom should come to us on what the Americans call Independence We are in a mood to value the restoration of this bit of our meat supplies have been purchases often some but tomorrow the whole ration book becomes a There are going to be some roast beef MILWAUKEE NAVY MAN DIES IN AUTO WRECK Ohio D. 22, of died today of a skull fracture in an automobile accident on U.S. 40 near Ross and two all of the U.S. were driving home ANNOUNCE EDITOR OF CHURCH on a holiday pass when the car hit CINCINNATI - The Rev. j a ditch and rolled over four Bjorn Johannson has been named j the state highway patrol editor of the New Church In St. Francis Hospital here were official organ of the Church 21, the of the New Jerusalem for the United St. and Leroy and Canada | 20, of Minn. said this was only one of affirmative action in this session might take to oppose Chinese Communist admission to the United think you can be safe in assuming that there is going to be several possible actions Congress of Congress on this said in He said another possibility might be an amendment to the foreign aid authorization to withdraw U.S. financial support to the U.N. if any nation ever declared an aggressor - as Communist China was in Korea - were taken into Call For Withdrawal Knowland and Sen. Lyndon Johnson of the Democratic have called for the withdrawal of the United States from the U.N. i if that body accepts the Peiping regime as members despite ican And in debate which sprang up in the Senate Johnson tne House coalition basic foreign policy is at the that was beaten on the Eisenhower's Farm Plan Gains Backing WASHINGTON - Senate supporters of the Eisenhower flexible farm price support program look heart today after a notable administration victory in the are well on the way to completing a farm that the President can said Sen. Aiken of the Senate Agriculture At the same Senate advocates of continued rigid price props for basic field crops appeared taken aback - for the moment at - by House approval yesterday of farm legislation embodying the flexible although in a narrower range than that sought by the Greatly Surprised Sen. Young a leader of the high support faction in the conceded he was | Rep. Paul Schenck of the j I Third Ohio District which in- 1 | eludes Butler Co. voted with the j f majority for the I I compromise farm price support by the 58-vote margin by which the House late yesterday 228-170, a sliding scale of price floors ranging from 82 to 90 per cent of parity for five basic crops - rice and A general farm of which the price support section was a key part - was passed on a voice Continued 90 per cent supports for a sixth basic crop - tobacco - was not at issue because the Ei administration already had agreed to such an arrangement in view of special GOP Victory House acceptance of the flexible support principle was regarded as an administration even though the range approved was only half the 75-90 per cent sought by President Eisenhower and Secretary of Agriculture The compromise was offered with the backing of House Republican Parity is a farm price standard said by law to be fair to growers in relation to their Commenting on the House Young said in an bipartisan Senate bloc backing continued rigid supports at 90 per cent of parity probably is WASHINGTON President Nixon has renewed his attacks on Truman administration foreign policy and Adlai Stevenson has declared that Nixon be competing the title of history's most irresponsible exalted Nixon's fresh charge that the had lost GOO million people to communism came yesterday in an interview with Rep. Keating televised for New York the 1952 Democratic presidential mentioned Nixon during an off-the-cuff talk at a Denver luncheon in which he urged Democrats do what can be done to make up for the deficit in in the First Attack A week Nixon opened up on the Democrats in a Milwaukee speech with a charge that policies of former President Truman and his secretary of Dean lost China to the Reds and led to the Korean and present U.S. problems in Democratic members of Congress reacted suggesting that a bipartisan foreign policy might be undercut if Eisenhower administration officials persisted in this kind of In his discussion with Nixon said Democratic planners what the Communist threat really He said they left behind a foreign of a policy of surrender of principle at the conference Policy Of Strength On the other Nixon the Eisenhower administration has a policy of in which our people go to the conference table determined not to surrender our principles but to make them on his way to an Alaska told a gathering of Democrats that Nixon has reversed himself in statements about In general t e r m Stevenson that administration that cannot unite its own on essentials at can hardly hope to unite and lead the free He blames the situation on a of secretaries of. wherein foreign policy is laid down by Secretary senate Majority Leader Knowland and SENATE APPROVES TAX OVERHAUL GOP PLEASED WITH 63-9 VICTORY It To Tex. - Little Maria 6, doesn't like getting a typhoid inoculation from Dr. Leo Cigarros of at Laredo July 1. Mrs. Varges aids the A mass inoculation for typhoid got under way because of lack of Truckloads Of Food Sent To Mexico The development foreshadowed SAFETY COUNCIL NAMES SLOGAN CONTEST WINNERS CLEVELAND Ohio State Safety Council said today Miss Ruth E. Smithyman of Dr. T. A. Simons of Toledo and E. L. Martin of Columbus each won savings bonds in a slogan Miss As You Would That Others was the winner in the Cross Workers Slogan conducted by the council and affiliated I England - FORMER OHIO MOVIE Connolly of San HEAD DIES won the Wimbledon Ohio singles title for the third FORMER PRESIDENT SPENDS REST DAY KANSAS CITY A hospital spokesman says former President Harry S. Truman's condition continues to The 70-year-old Truman underwent an operation June 20 for removal of his gall bladder and Robert E. acting administrator at Research said Truman spent his best day BULLETIN 79, first chairman of Ohio's first board of motion picture civic leader and business died in a rest home straight year today by defeating Louis Brough of Beverly 6-2, 7-5. Miss Brough also is a three-time winner of the Wimbledon reigning in 1948-49 and 1950. Mercury Hits 110 At Calif. CHICAGO - Rainy and fairly hot weather was the outlook today for wide areas in the eastern half of the The hot weather showed no break over most of the But there was a little cooling in areas after thunderstorms hit sections from the Rockies to the Atlantic It was 90 - plus temperatures again yesterday across the southern half of the nation with readings in the 90s extending as far north as southern Nebraska across the southern tip of the Great Lakes and to the New York It was above 100 degrees in some parts of southeastern Missouri and southeastern Cloudy skies and rain brought cooling to the northern Great Lakes region and the Northern Generally pleasant weather prevailed in the northeast and northwest sections of the Heaviest rainfalls were from the Dakotas eastward over the Great Lakes with amounts ranging from Vi to nearly one The Far West remained dry except for light rain in Hot weather continued in the Southwest desert region with the day's highest reading of 110 at Calif. BEES PUT STING ON HONEY THIEVES - Five with swollen hands and have been charged with stealing Sheriff Haywood Allen Allen said they were arrested for taking honey from their neighbor's The neighbors were not at he but the bees By KOBERT JOHNSON JR. EAGLE Tex. - truckloads of was flown across the Rio Grande today to Piedras at least 38 persons died in river's roaring waters this Official authority for taking the food into the Mexican town of 38,000 persons opposite here came had lifted food and clothing into the town on an unofficial simply because the people needed it. Today the American Red Cross was using three light planes to help shuttle four truckloads of canned goods and 150,000 tortillas across the Tortillas are round cornmeal Mexico's up the river at Del Mexican officials hod crossed over from Ciudad Acuna to tell the U. S. Relief Committee that no more food was needed from the Texas side of the The death toll at Piedras Negras still stood today at 38 known dead and 90 known That made to Guatemala Peace Talks Displease Many Rebels GUATEMALA W - Rebel leader Col. Carlos Castillo Armas planned to fly to this welcome geared capital today to discuss his role in Guatemala's new But dissatisfaction in the ranks of the leader's dimmed the triumph of the Castillo acknowledged at his headquarters yesterday that of my men are not satisfied with the agreement reached in San The peace signed with Col. Monzon in the of neighboring EI patched together a live man was allowed to remain on as government chief until the junta elected a permanent head in 15 It was not known whether Monzon also planned to return to the Guatemalan capital Both colonels were expected back and Guatemala put on a big fiesta to welcome The starting out gaily with popping fireworks and clanging church fizzled out as the two men failed to show Castillo flew back to to explain the San Salvador ment to his disappointed aides and prepare his troops for entry into the He told reporters in his top subordinates hud wanted to push ahead with the rebellion until the Guatemalan army surrendered He he was satisfied with the settlement ending the revolt because it was victory over the Measure Already Approved By Lower House PROPOSAL Calls For First General Revision In Revenue Setup Since 1876 WASHINGTON Ml - President Eisenhower was a big step closer to u substantial victory on 1954 tax legislation today after overwhelming Senate approval of his general tax overhaul Treasury Department experts who have been battling for the administration's tax viewpoint before Congress for months told a Ohio Senators Vote Together WASHINGTON - Ohio senators Bricker Burke were together on four issues came up for vote in Senate All of the issues passed or were defeated by large Here is how they On n motion to send the tax back to the finance committee with instructions to write in a general lax cut for defeated 62-15; Bricker and Burke On a measure to send to a conference with the House a general tax revision passed 83-9: Bricker and On an amendment to extend all present tax provisions for one more defeated 58-15: Bricker and On an amendment to the tax revision intended to give large tax reductions on purchase of farm defeated 61-15: Bricker and 1 Probe Jet Crash In Which 4 Died NAZI CAMP HEADS SENTENCED TO DIE France former warders of a Nazi horror camp were condemned to death by a French military tribunal last night for the mass murder of 3,000 Prison sentences ranging up to life were meted out to 84 The defendants were accused of causing the mass deaths at the wartime camp in eastern which operated both a gas chamber and a human The death sentences were given Fritz camp Albert assistant camp Robert assistant camp Franz Herbert Oehler and Wolfgang FARMER DIES IN FALL FROM HAYMOW Ohio - John P. 25, a farmer of near was injured fatally last night when he fell through the floor of a haymow in a barn at his His head struck an iron bar op piece of farm N. Y. 0P1-A special Air Force team today spearheaded an investigation of the wreckage of a jet fighter plane that crushed into a hamlet crossroads near here yesterday and killed four persons on the The fuel in the Starfire apparently exploded and set fires that destroyed an automobile and two houses in tiny about 11 miles southwest of None of the rockets The plane's Lt. William E. 24, of and the radar Lt. Henry F. 26, of bailed out before the crash and escaped Killed were the three persons riding in the Stanley 38, his 32, and their 11, all of nearby and Mrs. Doris 28, occupant of one of the DATA TO BE GIVEN ON OUSTED TAX MEN Ohio Tax Commissioner Stanley J. Bowers says he will turn over to the Cuyahoga County prosecutor information on two state sales tax examiners ordered fired The two are Alonzo P. Hairston and William Frank both of Hairston is accused of trying to organize a racket to victimize business places whose records he Buford is accused of offering to change tax liability figures for a In asking the State Civil Service Commission to lire the two men July 8, Bowers charged them with x x x malfeasance and newsman they were well satisfied with the Senate action despite some The Senate passed the 63 to 9 yesterday after live days of often heated debute and two months work on the 875-page measure by the Senate Finance which wrote 430 pages of The complicated legislation is the first general revision of the maze of federal tax laws since 187(1. Included in the Senate as in the version already okayed by the were nearly all the relief provisions sought by the In the Senate beat back four separate attempts to add a general income tax cut to the strongly opposed by the Treasury because of the heavy loss of revenue The conference between the Senate and House on their somewhat differing measures probably will get under way July 12 after the staff experts have had time to prepare As passed by the the contains various tax cuts for corporations and individuals totaling some in the next The House version embodies a The cost to the Treasury would be largely offset the first year by a provision extending the 52 per cent corporation rate to April 1, 1955, rather than letting it drop to 47 per cent. This would yield an extra The major change made by the the issue likely to cause the biggest fight in was to knock out of the most of the proposed to stockholders on dividend The Senate left in the only the exemption of such income from As passed by the the provision would give this exemption and also permit a stockholder to deduct from his tax 5 per cent of his dividend income in the first year of the from the second year he could get exemption on of dividend income and deduct from his tax 10 per cent of such income above Inside Among 14-15 Rem.