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   Daily Jeffersonian, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1954, Cambridge, Ohio                                TODAYS THOUGHT wn read f to ittf ors will my to flit tififigMd initrumtntt til atfi of out in VOL 62 290 SOUTHEASTERN OHIOS GREAT HOME XOHIO STATE MUSEUM THE DAILY JEFFERSONHN ifggr i f OHIO WHATHER ttttt ftttt FRIDAY JULY 1954 5e COPY ESTABLISHED 1824 Incensed by Red China Rejection of Protest language was used ift way in wWch the Red British Hintrnnat officials charged today that China had levelled a studied insult at the United States in the latest diplomatic tugof over Red attacks on Allied planes in the South China Strong language was used ifl official to condemn Communist regimes rejection of twin American against the shooting down of a British airliner and a Red fighter attack on rescue DUCKS THE REDS Oldrich Lopoda reenacts his escape from Communistdominated Czechoslovakie into Using homemade he swam 3 miles underneath flooder waters of the Dyje He used a German World War II gas mask to make his respiratory A piece of wood floated a tube above the water so Lopoda could get air to MURDER UNSOLVED Doubts Case Is Strong Enough SAY UP The Cleveland police depart ment might drop out of the Marilyn Sheppard murder lu unless Bay Village ies arrest her sF Samuel Cleveland Mayor Anthony Celebrezze seyved this blunt no tice today as Mayor Spencer Houk and law director Richard Weygandt of suburban Bay Village weighed the evidence to determine whether to issue a murder Were getting impatient about all the said Cele It was agreed when we took over the investigation that we would be in full with the exception of making the ar BAY VILLAGE UP Mayor Spencer Houk today Storm Hits In Midwest By UNITED PRESS A weakening gulf storm swerv ed into Texas showering drouth belt cities with welcome while temperatures jump ed up and down elsewhere in the The named Barbara swept off the Gulf of Mexico into Louisiana It pound ed some small towns with as much as seven inches of but quickly lost its destructive A but smaller lashed as a cool ordered further study of ihe circumstantial evidence which has pointed to Samuel Sheppard as the 1 suspect in the flaying of Marilyn ShsyparA his the upper High winds and eggsized hail stones cut corn and flax fields to shreds and completely knocked out communications for Will Renew Talks On Wage Contract WASHINGTON Ihen for the CIO United Steel woricers and the Aluminum Com pany of America planned to meet again today in a new effort to break their wage negotiation The contract between Alcoa and the representing about workers at the and other expires at midnight A steelwork er spokesman refused to say if the workers would walk out in the absence of an Two for One Good Reasonably 000 Oak land 1 You can save by sellinj more than one article in your your in theway items and call 23231 for extra vacation Or call at our office and you will be helped word your Mayor Houk said he would re view the case with village Director Richard Weygandt and Police Chief John Continued on Page 5 Is Mother Of Quadruplets PITTSBURGH UP Ruth gave birth to three girls and a today at Magee Hospital The babies were placed in in cubators without being Physicians said the births were about one month but multiple births usually oc cur The mother ported doing who has an 18 monthold is the wife of Rudolph selfemploy ed According to sta quadruplets occur in about in onemillion A hospital spokesman said the who were estimated to weight about IVi to 2Vi pounds Continued on 4 Little Chance Of Heavy Rock Falls NIAGARA UP were in agreement today that there was scant chance of any more largescale rock falls Prospect Point or the American TaUs in the im mediate The opinion was expressed jointly by geologists Alfred of the Corps of and John state after a survey of con ditions at the 16 toot precipice in the wake of a record ton breakaway of rock an4 dirt planes Officials predicted A strong new American protest would be Chinabound What angered American authoritiesparticularly was the way in which the Red rejected the American The Communists sent the two protests back rather ttvan accept or reply to Chinese Vice Foreign Minis ter Chang HanFu listened to British diplomat Humphrey Trevelyan read the stem Amer ican The matter was handled through the Britisih since this country does not rec ognize the Feiping State Department A member of the Chinese staff handed the notes to a member of Trevelyans saying that Trevelyan had forgotten to take An American diplomat said1 this was a virtually unheard of STOCKPILING procedure outside Commu nist This is a Communist Im he remarked wry on the traditional practices of Continued on S IKE VICTORY BOMBS ON AT RECORD PACE Two Atomic Subs Are Authorized WASHINGTON Navy today plans for starting of a fourth uper aircraft carrier and two more atomic submaruies in the neipfc 12 A Navy spokesman said one of the nuclearpowered submarines will be built at Navy Leverett Saltonstall said the Navy will build the super Business To Rise Sharply In the Fall WASHINGTON Ad ministration officials are confi dent that business will improve sharply ihis But to doubly they are stepping up federal spending to stimu late business Commerce Secretary Sinclair Weeks gave this summary of the Eisenhower administrations eco nomic policy at a news confer ence At the same Labor Sec retary James Mitchell forecast a rise in employment and a cor responding drop in the number of jobless by September or Octo All indications point to the em ployment situation getting bet he told a separate news con Weeks predicted a real pick up in business before But he disclosed an administra tion program to speed up federal spending to offset the decrease in defense which fol lowed the Korean He said its aim was to nudge business into greater Weeks there is no plan to increase total federal spending during the current fiscal year which began July He said money that would not have been spent until later in the year will be spent in the earlier The program will apply par ticularly to construction of high civilian airports and ships and textile he Weeks told reporters that the economic picture looks promis Continued on Piga J Say Million Out of Homes India paging rivers submerged hun dreds of villages in northern M1B dm leaving one milliontalks at NIAGARA CLOSES FACE A slab of rook slips into the 170footdeep of Niagara An estimated tons of Niagara marring for the time being the rock and dirt fell as countless visitors beauty of Prospect Point on the American side none being TV JI Orders Red Commission to Get Out Korea South Koreas Provost Marshal Won Young Duk told Communist members of the Neutral Na tions Armistice Commission to day to get out of South Korea who almost wrecked the Korean truce talks by turning loose North Korean war prisoners in warned the Polish and Czech commission members they would face ap propriate measures if they re mained in South The provost regarded as President Syngman Rhees hatchet declared the four nation Neutral Commission au tomatically lost its jurisdiction with the failure of Korean peace the world commission members in j i South Korea is very undesirable I I for militaiy Won attempt to determine the number drowned in the worst floods in the history of the The situation was described as worst in North where 000 homes collapsed and the bodies of hundreds of human be ings and animals floated among an armada of boats searching for No trace was left of 7 at least 100 villages in North FBI Dover Man Caught In Uniform Pose CHICAGO UP First the friendly Coast Guard gave Valentine Lieser of Ohio RECORD EARTH SHOCKS NEW UP gists at Fordham University re ported today two fairly severe earthquake shocks about miles probably in A guardsman will not let an other guardsman go Lies er asked for a He en joyed his steak and ice cream until the FBI arrived to arrest him illegal wearing of a We will not let them remain in this country any It was not immediately whether Wons statement repre sented an official threat by the South Korean government to break the armistice It reflected Rhees views re stated Thursday in that the truce restrictions should be thrown off in preparation for Continued on 7 Rebuff City In Rate Case UP ings on a 75 per cent rate increase sought by the Ashtabula Water Works i nded Wednesday with the City of Ashtabula twice rebuffed in attempts to have the application The company is seeking an in crease of some annual Its arguments were that the company is not making a reason able and fair rate of return on investments through rates now which were set by the PUC three The citys major argument was that the companys estimate of its worth was Re production less f Gunman Dies In Wild Race unidentified holdup who drove with one hand and fired at state police with the other during a highspeed was killed early today when his bulletrid dled car catapulted off a highway and piled into a The gunman sped southword on 127 after robbing a serv ice station at Mason in adjoining Ingham County An Howaixi got the license number and tele phoned police Troopers Walter Balinaw and James Tageson spotted tHe car about 13 miles from the holdup scene and gave They said the gunman raced Continued on CoL 4 Eisenhowers To Visit Mountains WASHINGTON UP Presi dent and ac frri ni H lygft M 11 TT t ation is a muoh disputed part of jcompaniea oy cneir the Ohio formula for determin ing utility Vote of Confidence Is Given Winnie in Policy LONDON Minis ter Winston Churchill put down a revolt within his party Thurs day night and emerged today with overwhelmnig endorsement of bis decision to evacuate the Suez Canal The mighty old man from 10 Downing Street personally in tervened in a great debate in the House of Commons and won all but a handful of Tory votes on a terse confidence Foreign Secretary Anthony architect of the pact which ends a 72year British occupation of the strengthened his po sition as Churchills heir appar ent with an eloquent speech de fending his policy on Stocks Moving Up To Average Highs NEW YORK UP Industrial stocks continued to move ahead to further new quartercentury high ground in a moderately ac tive opening which closed Thurs day at new average highs since generally added small with trading marked by a few large initial WILL TALK PROJECTS UP The mayors of Lake County com munities had an appointment to meet late today with the State Highway Construction Council The motion said simply that j to discuss lakeshore highway en T and three left to day to spend a weekend at Camp David in mountains their farm in and America To Stay Ahead Of Russians WASHINGTON The Atomic Energy Commission re ported today it is stockpiling Hbombi and Abombs at a rec ord clip under orders from President Eisenhower to keep ahead of Russia in nuclear arms The AEC said in its 16th semi annual report to Congress that it is producing atomic materials at an alltime high It summed up this springs giant is landsinking Hbomb tests at the Eniwetok proving ground as Noting that nuclear weapons growing rapidly in total reflects a trent of increased variety and versatil ity of Development of a family o weapons has extended the mill tary usefulness of available fis sionable Paralleling fission weapon de velopment snide there has been in progress a concerted de velopment effort on thermonu clear weapons In view of important progres made in fission and thermonu clear weapon development pro a national policy decision was made to take every ad vantage of such progress to as sure that the United States main tains its The President directed the commission to continueto pro atomic weapons during consistent with this de Revisions In Taxes To Be Broad WASHINGTON UP adminithraiiontf congrsuionsl shewed another major vietwy today with final eongteitional of lis lax revision The Senate approved file final version of the measure by a vote of 81 to 26 Thursday night and seht it to the White House foy resident The House took its final voW From the administration view passage of the tax bill WM he second important achievement in as many The Senate jonpleted action 24 hours earlier on the watereddown adminis tration housing bill and sent to he White Both of measures were ta the sixpoint minimum program outlined by President Eisenihow duce 1954 Other highlights of the report Progress in expansion ol plant facilities has boosted the capital investment in atomic en ergy to So up Continued on 1 Will Review Proceedings FORT reg imental commander will review the special court martial acquitta of a voung Army lieutenant anc his first sergeant who were triet on charges arising out of the al leged mass punishment of 225 Harry fort in formation said the rec ords of the two cases would be in the hands of Earl Ring ler early next Ringler ordered the court mar The presidential family will re turn to Washington late Sunday or early Monday Tial Of Robert Morgan of and 1st Richard Witbeck of after receiving reports the trainees were forced to stand at attention with rifles under a broiling sun last June Mor gan was acquitted last week and Witbeck on Jury Verdict Stirs Up Storm of Controversy er at his news said he would be more than bit terly disappointed if they were not enacted before Congress ad The tax bill Mtctivt tax reductions for business firms and groups of individuals at an estimated cost to Treasury of dur ing the current fiscal It also renews for one te next March the 52 per cent corporate income tax rate which dropped five points last March A bloc of Senate Democrats made a final but futile effort to have the bill rejected so it could be sent back to the HouseSen ate conference which drafted the based on bills passed earlier by two Both House and Senate provid ed that the first of dividend income should be excluded from taxable The final bill Continued on Reprieve To Book Writer SAN Convict author Caryl Chessmans lastminute reprieve from the gas chamber hastened of two other prisoners The contrast prompted Cali fornia Edmund Brown to call for a possible end to capital punishment laws which make a hero out of every man who is condemned to author of the best selling autobiography Cell Death was to died in the gas chamber But the granted Thursday by State Supreme Court Justice Jesse meant that legal technicalities would delay the execution until if The reprieve moved up the scheduled execution of two other Continued on Pace t Boat Operator Kills Swimmer BUCKEYE UP Harry of an employe of North American Avia of was kill ed by a hitskip speed boat driv er here Thursday The boat rammed Minor as hi swam in Buckeye A Co lumbus man was Minor and his wife had been vacation ing here since A few hours after tihe crash Columbus acting on information and a request from Fairfield County made the CHICAGO UP coroners jurys verdict that mail order heir Montgomery Ward Thome died of natural causes raised a storm of bitter controversy Complaints and accusations quickly followed the jurys de cision and ik recommendation of further investigation of Thomes They included Lawmakers Angry Over Speculation in Coffee coffee market for ttoe trote on the New York Members agreed thattfce House bpttited uf to meet price But it prices The first measure was oouW approve the if nQUona waflpWWi CPSIM COttee drinkers have taken a the an Wanted Breakfast UP eit and Calvifl sawed their way out of the Belknap County Jail teiday before Coroner Walter E McCariffs deputies said H other uv ron disagreed with his own jurys He said he though the verdict should have been death by unusal means and added as far as I am concerned the cae is not Acting States Attorney Irwin Bloch said the ruling meant his office could not prose Cominued OD WASHINGTON UP el Comnws today buy and spaculatoij fox felfcM of months but tar a Sullivan DMo said tfce report groves tfaat S coffee drinkers have taken a merciless beating on the basis a ptkony shortage which nev Yet she said for er Agriculture hat bottled up to the The congressional reaction fol lowed publication of a Federal report Thurs Trade day Warning the coffee market for the recent price But eaid should go if the law of supply and demand is permit ted to The Senate twice hac passed federal coo tools on the New York The first measure was pigeonholed by the House Agri culture Committee and the sec tacked on to a measure to control the oraon is still I government curbs I t I Members agreed that the House could approve the if it stays in session long But some apparently were not convinced by the FTC report declined because they nt feet Mke fleeing on empty NEW STORY Bitter Sage t serial by Frank in 36 starts io Mon The story deals with out law days in old wtft and is full of tie curacy about ths trail towns ol American You will enjoy xeadiaf Start Monday tad every   

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