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   Hamilton Daily News Journal (Newspaper) - March 3, 1954, Hamilton, Ohio                                ttelo Keep Amttica Sttotie United Sttttes Savings Bonds HAMILTON 43 JOURNAL M mttttt tt It tfidtr tet MARCH 1154 82 PRICE FIVE CENTS Mnffly 24 PAGES WEATHER HAMILTON AND tClMfrf SNOW WfPfiJlf ANtt COLDER LOW THURSDAY CLOtffiY AND PRESIDENT URGES FAIR PLAY IN PROBES Blustery Storm Spreads Deep Snow Over Midwest CHICAGO A blus tery storm s p r e ad a belt of deep snow from Louis to the Great Lakes Wednesday and left Chicago buried under a para lyzing 12inch The worst in Chicago in 15 left hundreds of cars stalled on the citys lake front drives and side streets and blocked main highways south of the The storm spread eastward and the Weather Chi cago issued a Special warning of heavy snow for lower Arctic air chilled the northern and Central the Great the extreme tipper Missis sippi Valley and the northern Grtat Lakes The colder ait spreading eastward into the reported 16 de grees 10 9 and Subzero temperatures also were reported in Montana and Mild weather prevailed in the Atlantic along the Gulf coast and west of the Demos Voice Dissatisfaction With Report On Security Risks WASHINGTON UR Democrats on the Senate Civil Service Com mittee voiced dissatisfaction today with an accounting of the admin istrations security risk cases giv en yesterday by Chairman Philip of the Civil Service Com flonroney DOkla said Youngs testimony left me a lot more He added that he Declares GOPs Coddle McCarthy WThe chairman of the Democratic Na tional Committee told a party rally here that the American peo ple will displeasure at the polls next November unless President Eisenhower shows Sen McCarthy t V Stephen Mitchell hit time and again at the differences between Republicans themselves on how to handle McCarthy and his methods of The Eisenhower Republicans are coddling McCarthy to the detriment of our country and its he told 900 persons at a Pinellas County rally last The people of the United States will not allow this Republican senator to disrupt our constitution al system or deprive citizens of their constitutional rights he The people of America will support the Republican President against McCarthy if he Eisen hower will And if he will not the Republican President will hear from the people next Later on he said The fact is that the President has made an unholy alliance with McCarthy for the purpose of the next 6 JURORS SEATED FOR W ABIE TRIAL WVJurori may have to be picked from the streets today to try the man ac cused of the socalled phantom slayings of the Pennsylvania The state and defense for John Wesley agreed on six jurors in the first two days after examining 106 Many were rejected because they object ed to capital of Ohiopyle near Union is on trial for the mur der of Harry of Bowling He is also charged with slaying Lester of The bodies of the two truck drivers were found on turn pike last July within throe days of each The men were shot as they slept in cabs of their park ed District Attorney Alexander Sculco said the state will ask for the death He said the prosecution expects to build its cast on circumstantial DEWED FRANK HASHMALL Ohio Ohio Supreme Court today Frsnk identified Commu a rehfsring in his i conviction in Akron on giving a name on AA atutb llrttiiat annliftt who formerly lived in to and other committee Democrats want to ask Young more questions and that they also will insist on questioning security officers in in dividual government No Date Set Chairman Carlson RKan of committee said Young would be recalled although no definite date has been He said in an inter view he was convinced Youngs figures are all I certainly dont believe these government departments would put out inaccurate he Young told the committee that the number of security risks cut off the federal payroll between May and the end of 1953 now has been raised to from the figure last used toy President Subversive Action He said 383 of these had infor mation of nature in their But he conceded he did not know whether even one of the 383 actually was fired for that He also said under close questioning that he could not say forsure whether any were dis This was the civil service chiefs first public testimony on the se curity dismissals issue and Demc Twa OFFICIAL SAYS HE RECEIVED FEE NEW YORK OBNew Yorks Secretary of State Thomas Curran told state probers of har ness race tracks yesterday that he received a fee in connec tion with thenegotiations that led to establishment Yonkers Race Republican leader of wasa witness before a special state which continues its public hearings He testified that he the as his share of a legal fee from Thomas former assistant for intro ducing Todarelli to former State Supreme Court Justice William Bleakley and for conferring with the Todarelli was counsel for the Algam which now owns the Yonkers Raceway property in suburban and onetime Republican can didate for was counsel for the James Butler Todarelli and Bleakley took part in negotiations which led to the purchase of the old Empire City racetrack by Algam Yonkers Raceway was established at the old Empire City track in 1953 DROUGHT FOURTH WORST Ohio tt chief of Ohio divi sion of saysthe 1953 drouth was the fourth worst in 71 he warned if the drouth breaks this May or June water supplies in underground reservoirs still will be in pad WJWewJwWwJWjH observation wells in key spots Aufjajzf County near New f fiat below lift btJow VVIWplfPHpl IJtetbelow jnpTivifiTiiit House Group Still Fights For Tax Cut Almost Unanimous Approval Seen For Reed WASHINGTON House Ways and Means Committee to day overrode a latehour Eisen hower administration plea and voted for a wide range of excise tax WASHINGTON House Ways and Means Committee ap peared primed to buck the Eisen hower administration today and approve a cut in more than a dozen major excise or sales Republican and Democratic com mittee members predicted an al most unanimous vote for a bill introduced yesterday by Chairman Daniel Reed RNY to slash ail excises now above 10 per cent down to that Humphrey Speaks Secretary of the Treasury Hum phrey in a speech last night said the government could not afford such sweeping reduc tions While cutting some the bill would cancel indefinitely re ductions set under present law April 1 on gaso beer and The two actions would almost balance out if the House and Sen ate go The new cuts would reduce revenues almost one billion dollars a Killing the sched uled reductions would retain pres ent revenues of about The Eisenhower administration had requested that the scheduled to Capital Officials Move Swiftly Toward Indictment Of Puerto Ricans Bentley Reported Improved New FontJet Plane Unveiled SEATTLE A Jetpropelled challenge to British and Ameri can 550milean iour aerial been taken From under its veil of secrecy by the Boeing Airplane The 95ton fourjet airplane was shown yesterday as t neared completion in the sprawl ing plant of the company which also builds the Air Forces B47 and B52 jet It was knowhow gained in build ng the bombers that made it pos sible for Boeing to be so near com letion of the prototype of what it lopes will be the worlds commer cial carrier of the said Wil liam president of the he the 15 to 16 million dollars spent in develop ng tbe name for the from Boeings cof ers and was a gamble made in he interest of our own national both military and com The first 707 wont fly until pos sibly early in he md production of planes for sale a three years com pany officials contend this will five them a sizable jumpoff on other American manufacturers be they no other airplane building in the United States has vogressed as far with jet air TELEPHONE x SEEKS RATE HIKE Ohio of Ohio Bell Telephone who want a nine million dollar annual rate and representatives communities fighting the ejfeqt Representatives oj the subscrib wmmunitMMl metwith mem pWw commJsiion to try to nar it commission to PIF TTT The a about this fair rate return based asilst ft COLUMP MiiiaiT WASHINGTON OP Officials moved today toward swift indict ment of four Puerto Rican fanat ics who shot and wounded five congressmen in a wild affray At the same time Capitol Hill pondered new security propos Congressional leaders were gen erally although unofficial that no airtight precautions can be The five house members felled by the fusillade from the visitors gallery apparently were recover although one of Alvin Bentley re mained in critical A bul let pierced his stomach and George a specialist who flew here from Cleveland to examine the 35yearold congress gave him a better than even chance to Bentley was said to be resting more comfortably at Casualty Hos pital early His ab normally fast was reported to have slowed Doctors said the from complications which might develop from his in ternal particularly to his The others Represen tatives Clifford Davis Jensen George Fallen DMd and Kenneth Ro berts were less seriously hurt and are recovering satisfac Leo Rover ar ranged to present the cases of the four Puerto Ricansto a federal grand jury estimating it would require no more than a Commuted Sentence then a practicing Attorney was assigned by the court to defend Oscar Collazo when he and another Puerto Rican Na tionalist tried to assassinate for mer President Truman in Collazo was sentenced to but Truman later commuted the sen tence to The involved in Mondays incident are charged with assault with intent to There are charges for each of the five House members shot making the maximum penalty upon conviction LOAN COMPANY ROBBERS NABBED Ohio large bank roll flashed to pay for two beers led to the capture yesterday oi two Akron men less than two hours after the Uniontown Savings and Loan was robbed oi about Police said most of the money taken in the robbery at nearby Uniontown was recovered on their persons and under a rock near the grocery storebar where the men were Stark County Sheriff Harry Grossglaus identified the men as James Wesley and Argil Dell both of Ak He said they will be charged The arrest followed a tip by a customer at the grocery near who had told by a store clerk some men were flashing a large amount of moneyv Deputies arrived as the men were One man surren dered in an and other but was captured quick Following footprints in the deputies found some of the stolen money under a CLARK GABLE QUITS MGM HOLLYWOOD 13 years yesterday to try to MOM Clark Cable is leaving to become a free The studios star announced yesterday that he is ex ercising his right to end his term saying that he in tends to avajl himself of opppr tunitfes else A spokesman for the Gable said hU lait sevenyear tract expired two month In mind but baj no thought of gaging in fefcvisiOB or nan worktr to was 75 years in years on each Those held are Lolita Le 34yearold divorcee and ack nowledged leader of the quartet Rafael 25 Andres 29 and Irving Flores all of New York Their avowed purpose in invad ing the House with pistols and shooting wildly was to call atten tion to the Nationalists campaign for Puerto Ritan a cause which Puerto Ricans have Tara tn Page PI Sternbaum Denies Killing His Wife Ohio Max outwardly unperturbed resumes testimony today in his murder The bespectacled 35yearolc Mansfield supermarket neat in a brown suit and white began his turn in the witness chair Unruffled and to the he denied killing his wife denied being intimate with a Columbus secretary before his wifes death and denied telling her to lie for Denies All a mustachi oed man with a bald spot back o his black curly denied the prosecutions contention he clubbec his to death with a wrench to free himself for mar riage to Miss Margaret former Columbus He told tUis story of his wife died He was working until about mid night and called his wife to pick him up at the building housing his supermarket He said he put down the phone and began to write a memo when he heard a voice Dont turn He handed over his watch and Then a second voice Someone is As he turned Sternbaum testified he was hit There was a lot of smoke when he regained consciousness he He tried to reach a phone buzzer in the next room to get help from men working in the mar The smoke got so thick I tried to crawl Then I saw some thing in the center of the He said he it might have been his He said he doesnt know how he got put of the but re called seeing a boy on a bicycle and calling for From Mien on it was all mixed Just a lot of Miss Rozenman testified last week Sternbaum had discussed marriage with Yesterday Sternbaum said he never had been intimate with Miss Rozenman until after his wife never had plan ned to marry her and had told her as much PUERTO RICAN FACES CHARGES NEW tflA 24 yearold Puerto Rican was indicted yesterday on a charge of threatening to kill President Eisen Pedro Orosco alias Pedro of was scheduled for arraignment in District Court The alleged threats police when Sanchez became riled while being fingerprinted Monday in headquarters where he was being booked on charge of of his Sjwchec denied making the LEAGUE OF r president of the National Federation John director rf the U fish and Ohio natural Special WASHINGTON Visitors to the gallery overlooking the House of Representatives chamber have their passes checked by deormen after new security measures were put into The visitors were escorted to the gallery door by their Sid Simpson Left to right Simpson Melton district attorney of Cass Mayor Glen Tillett of Melton McClure III Doorkeepers Joseph Sullivan and Wallace and Capitol Po liceman Record British Peacetime nv t Deferfee Budget Approved i y LONDON House of Com mons approved Britains record peacetime defense budget last night 295 Prime Minister Churchill had asked without a vtote but the Labor op position forced a The pointed toward a new look buildup of British air and atomic strength as a deter rent to provides for the spend Proposed FEPC Bill Faces Filibuster WASHINGTON hear ings on a bill to set up a federal fair employment practices com mission wind up today with its sponsor conceding that any effort to it would face a filibus Ives RNY saidso yes terday when Walter pres ident of the was in the wit ness endorsing the bill in troduced by Ives and 19 other sen Five witnesses were sched uled to testify two of them representing church Ives bill would set up a federal agency which could force employ ers not to discriminate against job seekers for creed or while stressing voluntary recalling that Southern senators had threatened to filibust er against an FEPC the labor subcommittee Ameri cans are sick tired and disgust ed with campaign promises about compulsory FEPC while Sen ate rules permit filibusters that would kill NOBODY NOBODY ROBBED OTA man walked into the King gro cery store last pulled a gun and announced This is a hold County police said thisis what foUowed King grabbed for his gun and the man misting King then picked up a tol and fired twice at the hoidup mlwing King joiotd the shooting a but Th holdjup man Nobody was mi CQLVM BVI MAW IHOOTINO QhjQ ury ywtiraay Paul Cdmbui te firs INMCTBD fjTU4 in a Columbus Turner ing Of pounds in the fiscal year starting April It tops the announced out lay for the current year by 000 Churchill asked in debate last night the House accept the budget without a vote to keep the defense question out of the trough of party Hesaid any weakness or disunity in when she is known to be working for would weaken her strength out of all proportion to the money Laborites Criticise The Laborites criticized individ ual points in the Conservative gov ernments defense called for a cut in conscripts service terms from two years to 18 months and urged reduction in the de ployment of British troops around the particularly in the Suez Canal Labor party leader Clement At It has always been clear to us that one of the ob jects of the Kremlin would be to make us expend so much on mill tary preparations that we might cripple our economy Conservatives and Laborites di vided oh partylines in ap proving the which includes NEW BUZZARDS FORECAST IN OHIO Ohio MRThe state highway department today put its northern Ohio work ers an emergency alert as it received predictions or a new bliz zard in that section of the At the same Frank Lausche publicly urged nil pers do not need to travel to keep off northern Ohio highways until tha emergency is deputy state high ctor in charge of said a heavy snow is pre dicted for northern Ohio and added the snow possibily may be iccompaoied by blizzard condi way and high The highway department only lasjt night opened up all major state highways in the northern part of the Total snowfall earlier ihjs weak amounted to W or 17 inches in larain and ITAJI KQNQ fifetafJt tajlng a BUHL frfltu MjtffiQyn toutb have nfii Hel touriM Offniinujiitt ZWICKER WHS PRAISE FROM HE McCarthy Is Unmentionedi But Words Hit Home CHIEF EXECUTIVE Proposes ThreePoint Coda For Combatting al Communism WASHINGTON ft President Eisenhower hit out today at dis regard of the standards of fair play in congressional investiga and declared that no one in the armed forces is required to submit to any kind of peronal humiliation before investigating Eisenhower said in a statement read to a news conference that in opposing we are de feating ourselves if either by design or through carelessness we use methods that do not conform to the American sense of justice and fair The President did not mention McCarthy RWis by but there could be no doubt he was aiming at the Presi dent coupled his remarks about congressional investigations with praise for Ralph Zwick Touched Off Row It was McCarthys treatment of commandant at Camp which touched off tht Seated row of the last two weeks between McCarthy and retary of the Army Robert The President laid the ment of the Army had made ser ious errors in promoting and Ing an honorable discharge to Irving New York who refused to say whether he a Communist when before McCar later Zwicker for questioning about Peress in a heated session behind closed told the general at one point that he was not fit to wear his uni Abuse W Officers This brought from Stevens a de nunciation of abuse of Army of In his 800word Eis enhower outlined a threepoint coda he said ought to be followed in combatting internal communism We must be unceasingly vig ilant in every phase of government al activity to make certain that there is no subversive In opposing we are defeating ourselves if either by design or through carlessness we use methods that do not conform to the American sense of justice and fair The conscience of America will clearljr discernwhen we are exercising proper vigilance without being That conscience is re flected in the body of the United States We can be cer tain that its members will respond to Americans convictions and be liefs in this Vital Problems Eisenhower said there are vital foreign and domestic problems fronting the nation which deserve the undivided and incessant atten tion of a of the execu tive of the public informa tion media of our of our schools and even qf our He added I regard it as unfortunate when we are diverted from these grave which one is te few STATES TO DECIDE AREAS FOR POUO DRUG TESTS NEW YQRJg National for Infantile Paralysia has deided to lot individual states announce the areas selected for tests of the newly developed polia The foundation said yesterday that state health authorities will wwunce the jnm w taggered with first this Original nlans WWWBW3PW test areas awejsjpaF   

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