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   Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1954, Zanesville, Ohio                               The Times Recorder Today's News Only Paper Delivered By BFD The Same Day It Is Printed 70TH 61 PHOXE IS PAGES MARCH 1954 FAIR AND WAR5O3C FIVE CENTO ARSON EXPERTS INVESTIGATING FIRE McCarthy Will Take Stand a Democrats Rap Tax Bills Committee Will Probe Charges Wisconsin Man Agrees To Be Sworn Witness March 16 McCarthy will be a sworn witness in the investigation of his row with Army officials. And he may be one the prosecutors. judges and The Senate Investigating sub- committee's decided-today to con- duct its own inquiry barges that Mc- Carthy and his staff members tried to gain preferential-treatment for Pvt. G- David. Schine. k counter' charge that Army officials tried to -'black- him and his aides. The decision to v investigate ap- parently left all .the senatorial cour- tesies effect. Committee mem- bers agreed unless the rules are changed this means that Mc- himself Bunder fire in the Army report orTthe Schine will be free'to'examine and cross- eaminc to clear up the HE APPARENTLY- can- .if he that comes witnesses may be'sumrnor.ed. how'much time they M'CARTHY ON wjih newsmen yester- day after a closed rr.seiing of- the Senate Investigations Sen. Karl Mundt leff.. presides as Sen. Joseph McCarthy ialces a seat on the sidelines. It was announced that Mundt will be acting chairman when the' -i public hearing the dispute between McCarthy' and Army officials. Sibriate To Study New Mexico Man Army Weapons Catalog Surprise To Newsmen March'15 t A virtually complete catalog of American in production and ordered for pro- duction turned up today without any kind 'of secrecy label. IDENTIFIED as 'a and bearing the signature ol retiring deputy Secretary of fense.Kyes. -this defense depart- ment directive .became available to reporters in a daily batch of or- dinary departmental orders. Public relations officers obvious- ly were by surprise. The intended purpose of the doc- ument was to .serve as a basic form for reporting production prog- ress of all weapons the armed forces. BY it was cir- culated in the defense department nt about the time -the army was it had invited approx- imately 115 members of congress to attend a series of demonstra- tions of recently developed weap- ons at Bliss and Ft- 'Kodd. and the White mis- sile proving N- March 16 The -senate- rules voted on strict party to have Japan May. Ask sation For Fishermen Ike Program Called Plan For Wealthy Kayburn Says No Relief In Lower Brackets March 16 House Democratic Leader' Sam Rayburn of Texas told the.nation tonight President Eisenhower's tax program would give six times as much relief to upper income brackets as to the great bulk of taxpayers. RAYBUKX in a statement for radio and television as- sailed the Republican program as a revival of the philosophy that benefits -for the wealthy 'eventually'trickle down to the great But in actual he said. little'or nothing ever trickles down. Rayburn said that is why house United States would deal Democrats are fighting to amer.d hy uiUi eacK case in the most ap- the GOP-sppnsored tax propriate making full use ARSON SUSPECTED State arson bureau experts and sheriff's deputies last night were in- vestigating the blare which levelled the Merl Cooper residence near Nashport yesterday. the smouldering ruins of the five-room frame dwelling which burned less than 24 hours after a mysterious series of three small fires were discovered at the home. Dulles Defends United States Policy Of Military Alliances NEW March of Stare Dulles said roday the- cornerstone of American military and diplomatic policy is a system of alliances with other free not a blind reliance on atomic'wcapons. He asserted the United States has no intention of depending merely on its capacity for massive atom- ic and thermonuclear retaliation to scare off possible .Communist ag- Dulles the program to increase individual in- come tax exemptions for each tax- payer and each dependent by 5100. In the senate. Sen. George is proposing a 5200 increase this year and S-iOO KAYBUKX URGED the boost you every tax- get real tax Raybum and two other'1 Demo- cratic congress members took to March 17 Japan talked today of ask- ing U. S. compensation for 23 Jap- jtlie full senate-decide whether anese fishermen showered by blis- Virt. une-m t f C Vi f i n to Page S. ed on the ground that irregularities the 1932 New Mexico THE FIVE committee Republi- can voted for four Democrats adoption' of a subcommit- tee report recommending that the senatorial election be declared Chavez should be unseat- It also followed by a day of crvptic statement by Gen. Mat- thew chief of staff. before a senate appropriations sub- committee that the army rrill our anti-aircraft capability by the development of a markedly im- proved missile to be used with es- Sen. Knowland 'the GOP announced the senate will begin debate next Monday on the could mean a change in control of the senate if a 55-year-old veteran on Capitol is'ousted- Kriowland said he hoped a vote could be ernoon.11 Unseating of Chavez would let New Mexico's Republican Governor Edwin L.-Mechem appoint a mem- ber of his own party the va- cancy. The present senate lineup is -IS 47 Republicans and one Independent. IX THE 1952 election Chavez was declared winner over Republican Patrick J. onetime secre- tary of by votes to H7.1SS. Republicans demanded and got an investigation of- the and a three-member rules subcommittee spent 13 months and more than conducting the inquiry. sentially .the same equip- ment as the present nike The Weather OHIO Fair and warmer resday and Thursday. Prosecutor Advises Lfish March 16 veteran Ontario prosecutor W.-B. believes _whipping would be a strong.deterrent to comer who persist in minor crimes such as purse snatch- cigar store joy-riding and disorderly director of public pros- ashes from an atomic hydrogen blast in the Pacific March 1. TILE .health in- spectors went on a frantic hunt lor about of believ- ed caught by the fish- ermen and already on the mar- kets in Nagoya and elsewhere. 4 Much of the tuna was recovered but some already was sold. Author- ities 'said checks showed close con- tact with f some of the recovered fish- could be dangerous. Japanese officials were in urgent consultatiorTwith U. officials to avoid 'a of the in. which at least one of the fish- crrnen was burned severely. 310RE secrecy guarded test blasts are believed pending in -the Bikini area and the stricken boat. the Kukuryu Mam 'Lucky only one of a hun- dred such Japanese craft known to be fishing near .the banned area. Egypt Accuses British Troops Of Aggression 'March 16 An Egyptian government spokes- man tonight accused British troops in the Suez Canal zone of in surrounding and searching villages follow- ing the slaying of two British sol- diers -Monday night THE. GROWING tension in the Suez zone was discussed until near- ly at a joint session of the cabinet and the ruling revolu- tionary council The renewed clashes in the zone first since January came as an Egyptian spokesman con- firmed the London office disclosure that a new attempt Is being plan- ned to end the long drawn out dis- Bus System Seized For Taxes GALES3URG. March 16 This-city of population vrithout public' transportation today because the federal govern- ment seized the bus system for tax claims. Workers who normally ride buses had to taxicabs or share rides with automobile owners. rThe federal government Monday night seized the property of the Safety Route op- erator of the city's bus system. j2 Noon... 2 p. m.... 4 r. m.... So P- m S P- 2 10 p. m ..41 -.37 By A of local defense forces. secretary. t writing in the quarterly foreign qualified and his'previ- ous explanations of the.'Eisenhow- er look1' as-part- ly explained come under and Lester'B. among others. In a speech Jan.. 12 Dulles said the United -States would depend primarily on capacity to instantly by means and at places' of our own to any Communist attack. to expressed fears that the-United States might touch off World War HI in responding to a minor Communist assault. Pearson said Monday the United States A JkJ.hV confer with Us furious allies if u.expects support for its f- c power which could most usefully be evoked under circumsLances. Security for the free world depends upon the development of collective security and community French Troops Stop. Screaming Rebel Attackers March stopped screaming VicLminh attackers mile of Uie heart of Dien-Bien Phu today. The Com- munist-led suffering casual- ties estimated unofficially up to S.OOO in four picked up their dead and withdrew to the hills to t FRENCH TKOOPS back policy. article cornerstone of security for the free nations must be a collec- tive system of defense with- out the cooperation of allies we would not even be in' a position to retaliate massively. atomic and thermonu- clear retaliation is not the kind of 13 Policemen Face Charges March 16 A one-man grand jury investigation was today 'a few hours after 13 policemen were accused pute. is demanding that of accepting and SO.OOO British bo evacuated prorn Rambling from the zone. Britain is asking Prosecutor Gerald K. O'Bricn security' guarantees before out. After e who fired machinegur.s and .-threw and even spears in an-attempt to knockout the French-command-post in the center of the beleaguered key fort- ress in northwest Indochina. But sheets of heavy fire from American-supplied guns tore wide gaps ranks of the As nightfall approached they tem- porarily broke off frontal assault and-retreated'to the hills-under a dashing rain. Bodies were strewn over the rain- soaked plain of Dien Bien Phur where the Vietminh had chosen to make its-biggest effort of the In- dochina war. now in its eighth year. The Vietminh's chief mo- Bus Drivers Reach .Agreement With Company Settlement was reached Tuesday afternoon in the four-months-old dispute ever a contract between the-Zanesviilc Rapid Transit Co.. and the Teamsters union at a and the threat of another transporta- tion break-down disappeared. IT WAS after the meeting the only concession'made by the company was to grant one hour to drivers who operate the buses to industrial plants The four cent wage Increase arranged in Decem- ber a 36-hour .strike was un- changed were contract provisions and the new contract to signed was made retroactive to last Now 30 when the old one expired. It is to be effective for one year to E. general manager of the bus company. 'Yesterday's resumption of nego- tiating talks was called for a.- m. at the Teamsters hall bur was changed to noon at the Zane hotel. Representing the union were Lewis 'secretary William J. Kolometz. business a committee for the drivers and mechanics and a delegation from NEGOTIATING for the company were Harry Arnold of president of the Ohio Rapid Tran- sit Co.. parent of the Ed- ward Hukill. vice president of Co- and Bland. Dwelliiig At Nashport Destroyed State Officials Join Sheriff In Probe arson'experts yester- day joined deputies'5f rp m Sheriff David fice in investigation of a fire which levelled a' five- room frame dwelling near Nash- port. leaving a family 'lour homeless.. _ j 7 The blaze which authorities licve was set. broke-out less than' -4 after deputies been called to investigate a'mysterious series of three small'fires at the same residence Monday dwelling occupied by-Merl .Cooper and his family. The house was own-' cd by Mrs. Mary Jones of X'ash- port. The estimated at was only partially covered by in- Meanwhile. the disclosed that'officials were seeking to determine if tnerc was between the'.'blaze and a rash'oC-' threatening letters notes.which have residents in'the neighborhood. Deputies office being aided in the JnvesUga- tion of and -Reed. Wil- son of Pleasant aspecial in- vestigator for'the arson IT' WAS'ALSO 'revealed -by. sheriff's- office several 'per- sons _ had been -questioned con- ncciion the strange'chain ot fires at the home and two of 'who were'riot had He detccior tests. The of these tests were not v The probe. AVeissert's'clfice Is actually three-pronged. In addi- rion to the fire 'an the threatening deputies were probingcfor .a pos- to Page Lausche Refuses To Take Part In School COLUMBUS. Point high trovcrsy the'state-capital today as a of'parents E. federal mediator from attended the meet- ing. St. Patrick's Day .In London March 1G Prime Minister Eamon de Valcra appeared to be a desire to flew .into London today to Gow Frank J. Lausche to local' school board. Lausche -x TIIE VILLAGE dispute'erupted last Wednesday walkout of high' school who therboard's to rchirc two teachers ncxt'Sep- tember. many a. public meeting supported the stu- dents in their protests. r The delegation today three one'a Baptist'min- ister. Their expenses were paid by public subscription of South Point achieve the strongest Patrick's day amonff the 3rit- sible for the talks on Asian prob-jish. who once condemned him to lems at Geneva beginning Aprildcath as a rcvoluuonist. inquiry amid The 71-year-old American bom that policemen wthjIrish leader got a friendly r. the joint cabinet-council in a hook-up with gam- Maj. SaJah minis- blors- Hc claimed the suspended ter of national guidance toM news- men government will taken Communist China present. THE assault on Dien He Lausche-said he had no author- ity to order such investigation and the student strike a with not according to our constitution to attend the traditional t.s. 13 had com-jPhu today was from the north. A j of the by Ber- me governrnenL win no mercializcd gambling and in some j French army spokesman said the jnard Cardinal Roman Cath- lonser tolerate such aggression J cases therein direct- rebels picked up thousands of their jolic archbishop of at against civilians living in the Canal i'X or Indirectly. zone. Private -Hargrove Weds Model March IS rs. Robin The action was teimedja and Marion invasion of state's in Springfield today by the head of the Illinois Commerce Commission. George Perrine. He said he would protest to the Interstate Commerce ccctions for the Ontario attorney Commission in Washington. general's said thej government has four claims strap should be applied only when for allegedly unpaid withholding ZANESYILLE SKIES TODAY Scr.rlse all else has failed. Common told the house of com- mons senate committee on capital and corporal punishment last week jhe believed the Canadian criminal j code's provisions for whipping should be retained certain circumstances.tT But all O'Brien saia. denied EamblinS dead and wounded. The Police Commissioner Donald S. an anrwur.ced yy eCLT for the Republican noination 5orj said may bo in-J Today Is St. Patrick's dayf supported a dear to the and today probe on grounds it necd- BUT HE reminded the parents they could register their displeas- ure with the board at election time. Board members refused to a public meeting to discuss the school dispute last- night. Three Patrick's church in Soho district tonight An Irish embassy spokesman members earlier had signed scribed De Valera's visit as a ments promisins to ly private affair. i just over here to help thej taxes against the company. The filed in the Knox county circuit court last year and .this. year total S14. b-77 p. Jest For This Morning author of the army life best sel- ler Private were married today by Kings coun- ty Judge Samuel S. Leibowitz in his chambers in Brooklyn. The bride is the former' wife of Curtis grand- son of the late president Franklin D. The bride's attendant was Miss Virginia Shevlin. a frierxi and Sid- ny Manhattan served as best man. ed to clear the names of the honest in the Detroit's police force numbers TWO DEAD COLUMBUS. Ohio. March 16 An upset kerosene lamp started A man was tuning in on the1 a fire today in which an elderly Ohio Girls Eligible For Scholarship March 15 Some girl who is now the ate si. pK'iQueen day. the spokesman ex-j children of the Gael or the dav win rlSlt iKB pay loyal respect and gratr- ja jubilee dinner tomorrow j ful veneration to the memory' of isposored by the 16 their sa_mtly benefactor and his in'Great stay three era i f-s j n f- A_A crs strai. I days at the House as guest -jit Eisenhower during her States next regard for a proud and courag- Jrcpublic. The sentence was com- The queen mother will cross the 'or display of the high school senior will be which good SL Fat- ed a 5250 college scholarship by rick used to illustrate the Ohio Newspaper Women's As-i trine of the Holy sociation on May' 15. The OXVTAJ But not all creen today will be Irish. The enthisiasm which all true sons of Srin celebrate today called for applications byj Ir April 30 from who inter.d to al SEASON OPEXS CLEVELAND. March 16 steamer at when he a sudden twinge'worn an and her March islcarcro of 300 automobiles from of paLn in hLs back. IT tter suffocated. Victims were Mrs. .Addle and Bessie Haris- 12. The fire burned a small section of the frame rooming house on the city's east side. cous poop.e. i muted to life imprisonment and laic in October to attend Tis a day for the weann' of Ceased Ln a 1917 arr.nesry. dinner given by the'-English -ho for nf jSpeakL-sg Unioa in York. She ju-ill hear a report on the fiSxJ by the union as a memorial her husband. King George VI. j The which has already top- will finance commoo students who study In the doc- Seek Damages From Producer the day will be enough to all others green with envy. XEW and Walter named producer Walter Wander day in a suit over authcr- iship of moving study journalism at an Ohio col- next fall later to enter the newspaper work. Selections will be on a basis of j BUS DKrvTKS STKIKE scholastic faculty recom-j RIO DE Brazil March mciidations. samples of h.gh school 16 A strike of bus drivers. journalistic work and a leiier charters and dispatchtr-s ing uhe applicant's interest in news- j crippled public transport anon on material they had paper work and r.eed for in this city of 2T2 million per- ten and that ihey received no com- llClp. -nc qea Dtr.ers Xov. 4 to 6. House In Cell Block They contended in their federal TO court action that the picture was Marcli 16 Mrs. Charolette was crashed to death today under the a tractor-trailer.   

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