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Hamilton Daily News Journal (Newspaper) - December 14, 1954, Hamilton, Ohio Keen ' America Strong United States Savings Bonds Seek Path lighting hearing an next Tuesday HAM I LTD N JOURNAL * the News family of possible 22 PAGES Entered 14, 19.13, office at of Mirth 3,1879. DECEMBER 14, 1954 VOL. 68-NO. 30IC PRICE FIVE CENTS WEATHER HAMILTON AND MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH LITTLE CHANGE IN TEMPERATURE f 0* NIGHT AND EST TONIGHT 30-35. REDS HINT OF TRADE FOR U. S. AIRMEN Benson Relieves Farmers Of All Controls Next Year WASHINGTON of Agriculture Benson has relieved farmers of all controls next year except those imposed by Congress and voted by farmers Benson announced at a news conference yesterday that a measure he set up last summed to control use of acres in 1955 is being tossed Under this a farmer would have been required to comply with all acreage planting allotments assigned his farm to be eligible for price support aid on any Allotments will be made for major types of tobacco and Wheat Supports This control was for to prevent farmers from using land diverted from wheat to production of corn in excess of their corn But now a farmer may plant as much corn as he likes and still be eligible for wheat Another control measure Benson dropped would have prevented diversion of land from allotment crops to potatoes and commercial The only controls remaining for 1955 Marketing which farmers themselves must for and and acreage allotments for all these crops and Allotments are required by law except in times of Benson said it may be necessary to propose marketing quotas for Also still In effect next year is a congressional edict that farmers must comply with all acreage allotments to be eligible for sub- to Page 10, President Pays Tribute To U. S. Newspapermen NEW YORK Eisenhower paid tribute to the American newspaperman last calling him a warrior for the truth that makes men the unending struggle to maintain our the Ameri can reporter is ever on the front Eisenhower long as faith and knowledge freedom is certain to The President appeared on film during a 90-minute television climaxing Former Convict Sought In Slaying Ark. slayer of Mrs. Sue young mother of two may have been someone familiar with the habits of her Police Chief Frank Henderson said today he is working on a theory that the man who killed the prominent 25-year-old brunette may have known that her would be away from home the predawn hours Mrs. Fuller was beaten to death with a stick of stove wood at her home early Sunday Henderson said her husband 31, long had made a custom of arising early and driving to a downtown hotel coffee shop for coffee and the morning an auto told police he made his usual trip to the coffee shop about 4:30 a.m. He said he returned home after driving by his place of business and then stopping by the station for a chat with officers on night After reading the he said he fell asleep on a couch in the living He said he was awakened by a noise in his wife's bedroom and ran in to find her dying on the officers pushed their search for a former now free on parole from a federal who has served time in Illinois for the murder of a When police went to the man's home in nearby Bluff yesterday he had ohio fatalities below 1953 total Ohio fatalities in Ohio for 1954 are expected to run 14 per cent below the 1953 That announcement came today from U. C. state director of highway when he released details on a new safe driving cartoon film scheduled for showing in some 800 Ohio Traffic accidents in Ohio last year killed 2,047 Felty The reduction this year will mean saving some 280 he Publicity and education programs carried out by theaters and similar groups are listed by Felty as major reason for the REDS OFFER WAR OF RADIO INSULTS ROME Wl - Communist Czechoslovakia has offered to stop the war of radio insults between Prague and Rome and asked aly to do the The offer came a memorandum from the Czechoslovak legation after the Italian Cabinet protested against a long series of anti-Italian tion ceremonies of a new memorial press center of the Overseas Press The center honors newspapermen who died abroad in line of Vital Arm Of Freedom many I have had good reason to count the press corps as a vital arm of the forces of the President I saw its members strive endure dare battlefield peril that our people might be fully and quickly on every they were worthy comrades of our fighting as I find that each day emphasizes anew the the the dedication of the American In he is still a valiant warrior for the truth that makes men A cast of who appeared on the television included Bob Hope Sid and John Carl Sandburg ern me in which In all weathers and on all continents the overseas correspondents sought the controlling scented and hunted the dark winding and torturous paths where the known faded into fogs of the unknown they did their best at sending home to press and radio the story of what was happening from day to During the former presidents of the organization unveiled four plaques with names of 82 newsmen who have died abroad while searching for heavy rainfall in eastern areas CHICAGO storm center on the Carolina coast brought more rain to wide areas in the eastern quarter of the country The moving dumped rain from northern Georgia to eastern Pennsylvania and the upper Ohio Rainfall in the 24 hours was more than one inch in many cities along the Light snows fell in northern Minnesota and in the Northern Rockies while showers were quite general along the Pacific Northwest coastal It was chilly over many with the freezing line extending southward to extreme northwest It was freezing or below 32 over the Great Lakes New the Eastern Northern Rockies and Western Plateau out deal with reds WASHINGTON - The United States today ruled out any deal with Red China to swap 35 Chinese students in America for the 11 U. S. airmen imprisoned inside State department press officer Lincoln White told will be no White's comments came in reply to questions about a Peiping Radio broadcast which carried a broad hint that Red China was trying to coax the United States into a CAPTURED BY SAVANNAH POLICE Ga. said that after snatching a woman's Willie 31, paused while fleeing to hand 24 cents to a beggar on the He was captured shortly Sheppard Maintains Innocence CLEVELAND - The cross-examination of Dr. Samuel Sheppard ended today with an assertion by the state's attorney that he killed his wife and inflicted his injuries on is absolutely Sheppard This was the only time in the long cross - examination that the accused man raised his The state's John J. had asked those injuries you didn't you receive those from jumping off that platform onto the Emphatic Denial Sheppard think that would be As a brain surgeon he gave his reasons for that He said there would have to be an injury on the top of the head as The top of his head was not although he claimed to have a damage to the vertebra in his it a fact that you beat your wife that Mahon after you killed her you rushed down those steps toward the beach and fell or jumped and injured Sheppard delivered his emphatic With Mahon said he was No Authority Just before asking whether injuries were the state's attorney asked Sheppard if cold water is not more effective for removing blood stains than hot The suggestion appeared to be that the accused man ran down the steps after the murder and plunged into Lake Erie to wash away blood from his Sheppard replied am certainly no I never It was the fourth consecutive day that the handsome young osteopath has been in the witness The to 10. Pope's Condition Called Stationary VATICAN CITY W-A Vatican press spokesman announced that two physicians who examined Pope Pius XII this morning reported his condition Earlier a source close to the 78-year-old head of the Roman Catholic Church reported he had weakened perceptibly in the past 48 hours and his doctors fear he is threatened by The press announcement was the first time that the Vatican had not reported continued slow improvement since the pontiff rallied from his serious collapse 12 days ago with a gastric Official reports in the past have been inclined to minimize the seriousness of his The source who reported that the Pope had grown weaker said he had been able to take only small spoonfuls of food by mouth the past two He said more nutrition had been with by The Pope also was said to have spent a somewhat less restful night last by explosions NEW YORK - The Coast Guard reported early today that two Norwegian both racked by engine room have apparently been able to cope with resulting fire and A Coast Guard spokesman said a Coast Guard plane had flown over the stricken SS and reported that a fire aboard the loaded oil tanker appeared to be under A U.S. merchant ship was standing some 270 miles northwest of San P.R. About 100 miles northwest of the was the tanker which also reported an explosion last The Coast Guard said two seamen originally had been reported near death from Later reports indicated they were out of Russell Opposes Foreign Economic Aid Proposals WASHINGTON Russell said today he will oppose any Eisenhower administration program of dollar economic aid for Asia anywhere Russell voiced this opposition in an interview in advance of a White House briefing by President Eisenhower for Democratic and Republican congressional on foreign and defense Administration officials have been suggesting increased economic aid for similar in some respects to the Marshall Plan assistance to Okays Technical Assistance Speaking as the prospective chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee and carrying the unofficial proxy of Sen. George who expects to become chairman of the Foreign Relations Russell said that as far as he is concerned he is with purely economic George was absent from the conference because his wife is ill. don't propose to vote for economic aid Russell would support some substantial increases in the technical assistance program which I feel is particularly fitted to the problems of the Asian any effort to push up Asia's standard of living purely by pumping American dollars into the economy of those countries is simply beyond the capacity of this country to The White House briefing on to I'll tee Demos Hope To Tone Down Scandalous Building Report WASHINGTON that irregularities in government housing programs constituted the scandal in United States history and yielded builders a billion dollars in profits have been stripped from a Senate Banking Committee report now awaiting Sources close to the committee said this was done after banking group Democrats balked at signing the report as originally Pentagon Closes Condon Issue WASHINGTON Pentagon says it is closing its books on Edward U. Condon now that the scientist has quit as research director for the Corning Glass Works and has halted his attempt to gain security clearance from the former head of the Bureau of announced through the Corning firm that he was doing so because do not feel there is any possibility securing a fair and in a review of Ms security His security clearance was suspended by the Navy last Corning Glass does classified work for the After Condon's resignation was announced General Counsel Wilber M. Brucker of the Defense Department matter will be Condon - once described by the House Un-American Activities Committee as one of the in the nation's atomic security chain - said yesterday his loyalty has been and formally in previous investigations and that the current proceeding raised question on that Condon's resignation was effective immediately and he left over the weekend for where he plans to live and CITY OFFERS FREE PARKING DURING CHRISTMAS SEASON Md. meters in Centreville have been covered with bags bearing a greeting which to No meter charge Dec. 13 to Dec. 31. Merry Christmas and a happy new truman chats with finnegan PHILADELPHIA - Former President Truman chatted with an old friend and fellow James A. president of City in the latter's hospi tal room Finnegan is recuperating from recent who recently under went surgery displayed some of his famed wit when asked what he and Finnegan had discussed during his Quipped the locomotive denied DENVER president of the Denver & Rio Grande Western denied yesterday the is building a locomotive in its Denver The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel said in a story entire being done under Army and Atomic Energy Commission is locked up in secrecy tighter than Ft. But now and then a hint or two leaks out of the security asked for also chief of the Rio Grande research for the past two years has been working on the possibility of utilizing atomic energy in running diesel electric locomotives but to date he and his associates have not launched any But these informants also said despite agreement by committee Republicans to tone down certain portions of the long at least some Democrats probably will insist on filing a separate statement spelling out their disagreement with other majority Democrats have been given until tomorrow to offer additional proposals for altering the which now is scheduled for public distribution next It was understood the Democrats have had a draft of the report for As originally the report on the committee's in of certain Federal Housing Administration operations reportedly opened with a flat charge that profits reaped by builders in a postwar apartment program totaled one billion The opening paragraph also was said to have claimed no previous including that of the Teapot Dome ia Harding Reconstruction scandals during the Truman administration approached the housing irregularities in Similar Investigation The Banking Committee's housing by similar investigations by the Justice Department and by the to 10, The Punch To England - Airman Is hard to find in this display of the armament and fuel tanks of U. S. Air Force's Republic at Armament includes six caliber machine by plane's nose with ammunition Other of Front left to 1000-pound one 2,000-pound 24 HVAR five-inch one 2,000-pound and two 1,000-pound Back two 230-gallon two 450-gallon and two 230-gallon all Hoover States FBI Won't Stifle Academic Freedom SEEK RELEASE OF STUDENTS W U.S. Peiping Apparently Trying To Feel Out Swap HAMMARSKJOlD Truman Watches Movies Of Self PHILADELPHIA little man watched the movie through his seemingly unaware that hundreds of eyes in the room were glued on his face rather than the It belated birthday party for former President Harry S. dinner also arranged to raise money for his favorite the erection of a library at to house the records of his eight years in the White The birthday celebration yesterday was months late because an operation had forced a But the guest of honor showed if signs of ill A motion picture of the highlights of his presidential career was shown the dinner It showed Truman being sworn in as President after the death of Franklin D. Then the scene shifted to a closeup of Truman announcing that a terrible new weapon had been used on the Japanese atom The man at the head table seemed to watch this scene with greater intensity than The screen next showed Winston Churchill and Joseph Stalin at of the historic conferences of the Truman there was a shot of Truman with some of his military including Gen. Dwight D. JUDGE TAFT TAKES OATH OF OFFICE Ohio - Judge Kingsley A. Taft today took the oath of office for his second term on the Ohio Supreme The 51-year-old Cleveland jurist received the oath from Chief Justice Carl V. Taft began his first six - year term on the Ohio Supreme Court in 1949. His new term next Jan. 2. By JULIUS GOLDEN ALBUQUERQUE Ed gar Federal Bureau of Investigation says the FBI never engage in any activity which might result in stifling academic Hoover so declared in a letter to Bob editor of the University of New Mexico school The subject of this year's national collegiate debate is whether the United States should extend diplomatic recognition to the Communist government of The Lobo had quoted Dr. Wayne C. president of Tau Kappa honorary debating as saying college debaters had been warned they may have their names included in FBI for upholding the question in No Interest can assure you that the FBI has no interest whatsoever in college debates as Hoover wrote in the letter to be published today in the would never engage in any activity which might result in stifling academic Hoover said was indeed surprised to see this I do wish you would have communicated with me first because it leaves the false impression that the FBI is desirous of obtaining the names of persons debating this certainly is not Eubank told a reporter that Rep. Robeson had written a letter to a Duke University debater on the made no mention of the Eubank he asked for the names of those on the National Debating Council and sheppard's friend reports to police LOS ANGELES learning that her name had been mentioned in the Dr. Samuel Sheppard trial in Miss Margaret 27, went to police headquarters Dr. accused of murdering his pregnant testified that he had dated Miss Kauzor after he had been Miss who had been questioned by police months ago in the told officers that her first date with Dr. Sheppard was to a country club dance in 1950. The secretary said she knew the osteopath was married but saw nothing wrong in dating him because his wife was in the East dated over a period of six to nine she told usually went to a to the beach or We dated casually we had a great deal in common and enjoyed each other's was no serious romantic at least in my killed in mishap CLEVELAND UR - Earl R. 29, of Willoughby was killed today in an accident at nearby | the member of the Duke University faculty responsible for the debating Free Speech Eubank said Robeson wrote a Duke certainly hope you will not undertake to debate the positive position of this subject as quotations from your statements may embarrass you for the rest of your Eubank termed Robeson's letter abridgement of free speech by a man sworn to defend the document guaranteeing our In a television 23, the said the written primarily through an interest in the to 10, Dulles To Discuss Defense Plans WASHINGTON Wl - Secretary of State Dulles leaves for Paris late today to seek ways of speeding final agreement on West German rearmament and to discuss Western defense He will be accompanied on the plane trip by Secretary of the Treasury Humphrey and Administrator Harold E. Stassen of the Foreign Operations Immediate purpose of trip is to attend a meeting of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Council opening But he has said he expects to discuss other matters with Britain's Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden and France's Premier Pierre Dulles told his news conference last week he thought they might talk about made on his recent U.S. to hold a Big Four meeting with Russia next providing West Germany has been more closely integrated with Western defense and progress is shown toward German reunification and an Austrian peace noted taken by death NEW YORK Garfield noted New York died Hays was 73. He died at 8:50 a. m. at the New York where he was admitted Nov. 8. The hospital declined to make public the cause of death or other At his law an associate said the attorney had gone into the hospital a THREE FOUND DEAD from asphyxiation W.Va. men were found dead evidently from in an abandoned coal mine containing a moonshine whisky They were McKinley 26, his brother 23, both of and their cousin William 28, of who was visiting Stills Hopes For Favorable Reply From Reds On Bid For December Meeting UNITED - Diplomats speculated today that Peiping's renewed protests over United States detention of 35 Chinese students might be a hint that Red wants to use them as a base for bargaining on the release of 11 American airmen it holds on spy Peiping radio said last night the United States would be flouting international law If it held the 35 in retaliation for the jailing of the Linking of the two cases in the same broadcast led many U.N. delegates to wonder if Peiping was putting out feelers to see whether the United States would be willing to make some sort of a Some 4,500 Chinese students were in the United States when the Chinese Reds entered the Korean Of those who wanted to go 353 have since been But the State Department has not let the 35 leave the country because they had acquired skills in the United States that might be useful to the U.N. Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold was reported still hopeful the Chinese would accept his bid to go to Peiping to plead for the No Mention Of Visit I U.N. officials said Hammarskjold had derived encouragement from the fact that Peiping radio's two blasts against the airmen in the past two days had made no mention of his proposed visit or to the Assembly resolution denouncing their jailing by the Persons close to Hammarskjold said he had not expected an immediate believing instead that the Reds would take some time to map their strategy on such a major Hammarskjold was believed working through neutral Sweden and have diplomatic missions in Reports also persisted if these avenues produced the secretary general call on Soviet Russia to use her Some diplomats feel that Russia was more annoyed than by Peiping's action in sentencing the airmen while the Kremlin was teaching In the Special Political Committee Russia brought charges that Nationalist China - with American mitted piracy against 67 foreign merchant vessels along the Red Chinese U.S. Delegate Jackson labeled the charge another cold war no quick verdict in lattimore case WASHINGTON attack on the second of two perjury indictments against Owen Lattimore was taken under consideration late yesterday by U. S. District Judge Uther W. who indicated he does not plan to rule who touched off a controversy when he dismissed some counts of a previous indictment against the Far Eastern affairs gave attorneys 10 days in which to file additional written arguments on the new Thus his ruling seemed certain to be delayed at least until JAPAN'S MINISTER SEEKS MORE ARMED POWER TOKYO Minister Ichiro Hatoyama will attempt to increase Japan's armed strength sufficiently to make possible the withdrawal of U. S. forces informed sources said Inside Sick Amusements Births Columnists Classified Comics Crossword Deaths 19 Editorials 6 14 Horoscope 9 19 Markets 10 6, Oxford 4 18-19; Radio-TV 11 21! When 13 2- Society 8 08712193
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