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   Hamilton Daily News Journal (Newspaper) - February 26, 1954, Hamilton, Ohio                                Keep Tl metica Sttone United States Savings Bonds pelice it attend training academy Chief HAM I LTD N JOURNAL Entered M mttttt tt under at FEBRUARY 1954 58 PRICE FIVE CENTS ta the Ncws family of possible 32 PAGES WEATHER HAMILTON AND VICINITY MOSTLY CLOUDY LOW SATURDAY CLOUDY WITH SLOWLY RISING TEMPER MCCARTHYSTEVENS FEUD CONTINUES Optimism Seen Concerning Middle East Defense Pact WASHINGTON MVAmerican of1 backed up a State Department ficials were reported more opti mistic today than in some time over prospects for a Middle East defense despite political upheavals in Syria and While these countries are not envisioned as part of a defense chain to ring Russias southern their affairs naturally in fluence the actions of their neigh The council of 13 young army officers who Egypt made a point of announcing there would be no change in Egypts friendly attitude toward the This Living Costs Show Increase In January WASHINGTON govern ment reported today living costs rose in January to a point just below the The rise was too to prevent workers in the airpraft and farm machinery in dustries from losing a penny in hourly pay rates More than a million workers were These workers got a 2 cent in crease last fall when the govern ment index hit its peak of per cent of the 194749 average in Same AS September Todays rise brought the index to the same figure as last The index had declined slightly in November and Decem Todays reflecting prices paid by consumers in is the highest living cost figure in history with the exception of last The prepared by the Labor Department Bureau of La bor was per cent of the 194749 Average in mid It had risen steadily though moderately during most of There were slight living cost estimate that the ouster of Mo hammed Naguib as presidentpre mier was an internal affair No Answer There was no ready interpreta tion of fastbreaking developments in A military coup there resignation of Adib who has survived 26 assassination attempts while rul ing with an iron hand for three The big from the stand point of the proposed Middle East was President Eisen howers announcement yesterday of military aid for Eisenhower was careful to notify Indias Prime Minister Nehru in a letter obviously intended to avoid any further ruffling of Nehrus oftvoicedsensitivity toward arms for the Near Nehru has campaigned long and hard against military aid for Pa kistan or any other country of the He argues this will upset the balance of But American officials were understood to feel having had his he may ease his criti cisms now that they failed to block Pakistan arms The Indian leader has said he will not move toward communism in anger but will continue his efforts to weld a neutral buffer bloc between the East and At Prime Minister Mo hammed Ali said Pakistan has pledged not to engage in any act of aggression against any He added that the United States has not asked for bases or other declines in November with the gov ernment index at and in De at Rising food prices in seemed certain to re verse twomonth decline and head the index back in the direc tion of last Octobers ITALIAN SENATE TO VOTE TONIGHT ROME divided Senate neared a verdict today on the pro Western center government of Pre mier Mario Italys fourth government in seven A vote of no con expected tonight after week of rough Beset on the left by Communist and harassed on the right by the unbending Monarchist and Fascist Scelba never theless may win On paper his three Christian Liberals and Social a margin of 10 or 12 over the extremists among the 243 There be last minute deviations from discipline among the allied Sicilian born former inte rior is but does not have the personal popu larity of some of his TURNPIKE OFFICIALS APPEAL TO COURT Ohio GBThe Ohio Turnpike Commission appealed to the Qhio Supreme Court today in its attempt to ban billboards with in sight of the eastwest toll road now under construction across northern The case originated in Wood County where Sadie Solether and other landowners sought an injunc tion against the billboard It would apply to the remainder of property taken for a turnpike right Egypts Leaders Assure Allies Egypt WVEgypts un der40yearold bosses assured the Western Powers today that a new and younger man in the top job doesnt mean a turn against the British and American officials in Washington and London already had figured that the removal of 53yearold Mohamed Naguib from the Nile republics presidency would not change Egypts foreign policy of friendliness with the West and de termination that British troops must quit the Suez Canal Rumors circulated in how that the West was con cerned at Naguibs replacement as premier and chairman of the ruling military Revolutionary Council by 36yearold Gamal Abdel Salah fieriest of the council mem bers and the national guidance hurriedly summoned for eign correspondents last night to ell them There will be by no means any change in our either exter nal or AFTER It LONG YEARS SAME JUDGE SENTENCES Robert has beep in court twice the past 19 on both he was sen tenced by the same District Court Judge George Sears sentenced him yesterday to a year in jail on a charge of molesting a 12yearold In Judge Sears sentenced him as a defective He served 19 years in state institutions on that TB HOSPITAL SITE ANNOUNCEMENT DUE Ohio state health director said today an an nouncement would be made Mon day on the site of a new state tuberculosis hospital in south eastern John Porterfield said three of 11 communities consider ed for the new hospital were given priority ratings by a ninemember advisory committee this The ratings were not Communities considered possible sites were New Wellsville and Mc Porterfield said selection of Warren Wins Approval Mpcirlnl To WASHINGTON With a smiling word of President Elsen hower claps Chief Justice Earl Warren on the shoulder after the latter officiated at the swearing iri of a new solicitor general at the White The remark may have included since the senate judiciary committee reported favorably on nomination of Warren to head the Supreme Final Vote May Be Today On Treaty Amendment Plan WASHINGTON after five weeks of controversy over proposed curbs on treaty appeared to be at the point of decision today with the issue teetering in the Whether any proposed constitu amendment would get the twothirds vote required seemed f Bricker ROhio voted I for and Burke DOhio I against approval of a provision I of B rickcrs constitutional amendment on treaty powers in f the Senate The pro vision was defeated by a 5042 Bricker said the provision I was the heart of his contro f versial I likely to be decided by a hairline Heading for the climax of the long the Senate yesterday rejected by eight a modi fied proposal by Bricker R Ohio that would have required congressional action to make both treaties and executive agreements operative as internal Senators Knowland of California and Lyndon Johnson of the Republican and Democratic floor said they believed final voting would come The possibilities as the Senate STERWBAUMS GIRL TO TESTIFY AGAIN Ohio W Max Sternbaums onetime lover takes the stand again today to undergo crossexamination by defense at torneys trying to prove Sternbaum did not murder his wife for the love of another Miss Margaret Rozenman yester day completed two days on the stand in which she told of inti mate affairs with the grocery chain Summoned to testify by the pros the 32yearold Miss Rozen man told earlier how she met Sternbaum and first tried to spurn his lavish she continued in her testi each eventually vowed love for the Miss Rozenman explained to the court she introduced Sternbaum to her Miss Lillian Terry Weisblat of when the three had dinner togeth Less than three weeks she she found Sternbaum and Lillian together in Miss Weisblats reached the crucial point were three Three Points Passage of a threepoint package plan proposed by Know land and other Republican Senate and already tentatively approved by majority Know land says it is acceptable to Presi dent Passage of a substitute pro posal by George DGa which the administration al though not as determinedly as it did the starting point of the an amendment offered by Bricker Failure of either of these two proposals to muster the needed twothirds That would al most certainly shelve the whole issue for this Approval would have to be fol lowed by similar House action and ratification by 36 states to write the amendment into the Constitu Late yesterday the Senate de Tuni to 1iiBP DEAN TAKEN BY DEATH England ffi The Very Sir William Church of England leader who earned world renown as the Gloomy Dean of Pauls died at his home here In retirement for two he had been suffering from bron chitis for several Dean Inge has said he believed neither in nor Ihe Brilish Socialists who camo to i power for six years after World War One thing he was particular about was the pronunciation of his He would correct offenders with the remark rhymes with not He was the embodiment of pes simism in the popular But to academic circles of the English speaking world he was a distin guished classical scholar and pro found His several doz en publications ranged from So ciety Jn Rome Under the issued in to Diary of a Oppose Hike In Income Tax Exemptions WASHINGTON Ml The Eisen hower administration has Inid out n line of strong resistance to any increase now in individual Income tax And ns House Re publican and Democratic lenders squared off for battle over the is ench predicted An exemption Increase will be adopted by said Boggs sponsor of n move to boost exemptions from to This would taxpayers about 2M billion dollars a year and cost the government that Sound Program Halleck of House Republican declared The overall Republican pro gram for tax reduction is sound and in the interests of taxpayers and the I think it will Secretary of the Treasury Hum phrey took up the cudgels for the administration late yesterday with a statement President Eisenhower was said to have Two Reasons He said the administration would vigorously fight the proposed ex emption increase because The cost of national although coming remains high and taxes must continue rel atively high until government spending can be further reduced with The loss of revenue from pro posed increased exemptions would throw us back into substantial deficit financing which cannot be justified at the present time and which we have been working so Hard to The present fiscal program contemplates a def icit ricxt year of three billion dol He said the administrations program already calls for 1954 tax reductions of more than 6Mt billion exact location of the hospital will be made after deterrninalion of the community CONTRACT SIGNED BY BOB FILLER CBBob Feller today made his 16th contract with the Cleveland The veteran with a 107 record last probably took a pay cut when he accepted terms in a phone call from his home near His American League record dates back to longer than that of any other active CANTON FARMER BURNED First degree murder charges were filed against Sternbaum about a year after the body of his pretty was found in his Mansfield supermarket offices A coroners report said the woman died of blows on the VIETMINH TROOPS ABANDON OFFENSIVE Indochina UP The French command said today Viel rnlnh rebels have abandoned their monthlong offensive against the royal Laotian capital of Luang Prabang and are pulling back into the jungles to the north under heavy air The crack Communistled Divi sion which had threatened the little royal seat of temples and The state charges Sternbaum straw suffered heavy losses beat his wife to death with a in its the French wrench then fired the offices to cover Sternbaum maintains burglars attacked hirft and his wife and ignited the COLUMBUS POUCJ5 CHIEF RESIGNS AFTER 29 YEARS Ohio OWFrank Columbus police chief FATALLY IN HOME FIRE Ohio of undesince November will submit termined origin destroyed the one story frame house of Ben and burned him fatally about 3 his resignation has been on the force 29 years and was eligible for retirement four years FUNERAL HOME BURIED BY JUPGE and Henry of failed to appear in court here yes Thewere the plaintiffs in a damage suit against the Para dise Funeral Judge Paine Bush dis missed the ruling bury this case for Jack of but its subject to resurrection Methodist Group Ends Convocation Ohio first National Methodist Convocation on Urban Life in America winds up its threeday stand in Columbus to day with reports on developments in sectional meetings attended by some persons from all parts of the The pastor of one of the largest Methodist churches in America told the laymen last night too many ministers concern them selves simply with running their it above the more important job of advancing the kingdom of Marshall pastor of the church in criticized ministers who con tinually look for greener minister ial pastures when he said Too many preachers arc inter ested in getting a better opportuni ty in another church instead of de veloping the opportunity they now have in the church they are sur We make pur own oppor POPES CONDITION IS UNCHANGED VATICAN CITY LBThe condi lion of Pope Pius XII appeared relatively unchanged today and Ro mans were urged to intensify their prayers for his The 77yearold stricken by a gastric ailment spent afairly restful unofficial sources They described his condition as just about the same as Special services will be held in Romes churches March 2 the Popes 78th birthday and the 15th anniversary of his election to the CAA HE WANE LOST NEAR WELLINGTON AIRPORT CLEVELAND Wl The Civil Aeronautics Administration said today reports of a lost plane near Wellington last night probably re sulted from stacking up of com mercial awaiting their chance to land at Cleveland Hop kins Jn Lorain is a holding point for commercial air transports in bad Pilots are instructed to circle at specified altitudes there until airport author ities decide they can land safely x Scores of persons phoned the State Highway Patrol at Lorain last reporting they heard a small plane circling in the rain and snow filled sky for four hours Violet Huh To ROCK Spring seemed just around the corner tin til a heavy blanket of snow fell jn Hock Judy Ann uses clown face to poke fun at violet sign under snowltidcn CONCILIATION MOVE FAILS TO DEVELOP Army Chiefs Stand Given Support By Eisenhower SENATOR Syrian Army Frees Leaders As Ousted Dictator Leaves Syria Wl Rebel army leadeVs sent Syrias ousted Adjb ShJsh packing into neighboringLe banon early today and freed 12 political leaders ho had arrested last Their release was announced in a communique from the army chief of Shawkat Sliuk who last night appealed for the nation of three million people mostly remain Shukeyr said the army is the one indivisible unit the coun trys The 12 men freed today included the top leaders of the chief anti Shishekly National Socialists und splinter They were arrest ed 27 uncl accused by the dictator of openly calling for mu tinyund The next day Shishekly clamped martial law on the Swift Uprising his brother Salah and Ills adjutant drove across the bor der after midnight following a swift army uprising early yesterday and an ultimatum that the dictator re WHEAT PRICE UP DESPITE SURPLUS WASHINGTON American grain markets are witnessing the strange sight of wheat prices going up in face of a record surplus supply of the In the surplus is large enough to fill all normal domestic needs for the grain well past the middle of 1955 without the harvest of a single bushel this Pointing out the the Agriculture Department said to day it expects further Increases in prices before this years crop starts moving to market next sum The reason for increases in prices at a time when they nor mally could be expected to con tinue weak or decline is that gov ernment farm price support pro sign the presidency and get out of Syria within 24 trio took refuge in Beiruts Saudi Arabian Speiula tlon in the Lebanese capital was thnt they would on to Snudi The rebel army command now Turn Iuitf Cinti Councilman Resigns Charter CINCINNATI At Cincinnatis city which has been plagued by financial difficulties for several has a new prob lem City Council on which neither the Charter nor Republi can party has a working major The a coalition of Democrats and Liberal Republi lost their 54 majority yes terday when Councilman Albert Jordan withdrew as a member of the party and sulcl he would serve henceforth as an independ a CIO labor was elected to the cduncil for the first time last His withdrawal from the party yesterday at least in from councils action a few weeks ago in passing a city payroll tax as a means of working out of a sev en million dollar deficit for this Jordan opposed the Claims Completely False Statement Is Included In Secretarys Report WASHINGTON MiThere was no peace today between Secretary of the Army Robert Stevens and McCarthy1 de spite a peace pact heralded as settling their official differences on questioning Army Conciliation efforts foundered yesterday when Stevens issued a definition of his backed by President and Mc Carthy retorted that it contained a completely false Assurances Given Stevens statement was intended A to countdr the practically uni versal Impression that he had yielded to McCarthy on the issvie of the Senators handling of Army officer and B to as sure any military personnel inter rogated in the future of against what Stevens had termed Stevens said he was confident there would be no such treatment In the future because of assur ances which I have received from members of the gallons subcommittee which Mc Carthy That was the statement McCar thy immediately termed com pletely The who a moment be fore had been speaking with news men in complimentary terms of Absolutely no con cession was made that any witness was Endorsed By Ike To they would not be abused in the he went would be admitting they had been abused in the James the Presi dents press said Eisen hower approved and endorsed 100 per cent the statement in which Stevens spoke of the assurances and also said I shall never accede to the Til r n APPROVE ARMING Of GERMAN TROOPS BONN Ml The West German Bundestag lower house today ap proved constitutional changes au thorizing the arming of B half mil lion German soldiers to serve in the proposed European The smashing vote was The decision represented an im portant victory for pro Western Chancellor Konrad who has based his foreign policy on linking West Germany militarily and politically to the Both houses of the Bonn Parlia ment have approved the army trealy but Adenmiars coalition grams have created a market the RAILROAD POWER RATTLE CONTINUES CLEVELAND W Robert who is seeking control of the New York Central today had two Texas friends as owners of about oneeighth of the lines outstanding shares of Neither of the two new stock Clinton Murchison of Dallas and Six Richardson of Fort had any on Youngs power battle will President William White of Both said yesterday they pur chased the shares apiece from the Chesapeake Ohio Rail way merely as an Richardson added he knew nothing of the YoungWhite Young was not available for comment arid the merely an nounced the 20 million dollar salo and said it made on the shortage in the midst of FORGER MUMPS PROBLEM FOR OFFICIALS OKLAHOMA CITY WOfficers who went to arrest Frank Kel charged with forging a found him suffering from a bad case of They one look and decided it was a job for the who decided it was a job for the county whose answer was Lets wait until maybe I can think of BUT WHERES ENGLISH ONLY YEA AND NAYi French j one of three visiting thei Yankees today were needed lo end a So cialist contention in the West Ger man Supreme Court thai the treaty is The two constitutional changes charge the federal government with responsibility for author ize compulsory military service and declare specifically that the European Army trealy and the Al liedWest German peace contract do not violate Ihe PHIL RIZZUTO SIGNS YANKEE CONTRACT W veleran shortstop of world champion New York signed a oneyear con Maryland Statehouse last scanned a House rollcall sheet and Whats this yea Told it meant he in quired Whats this nay That is the same as he was in Dont you people speak Eng lish he asked tract at an estimated salary It is believed to be the same salary spry little infield er received last Only Ed Whitey left handed pitcher who won 18 while losing 6 last remains a hold out among the Yankees front line players DRAFT DODGER GIVEN THREEYEAR SENTENCE CLEVELAND Wl Fred of Louisville County was convicted drait evasion charges in Federal Court yesterday and given a He said he was a mein bei of Jehovahs Witnesses and asked to be classified as a con scientious STUDENT ANSWER TO ABOMB FORMULA OKLAHOMA CITY WVA fourth 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