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Jefferson City Daily Capital News (Newspaper) - March 23, 1950, Jefferson City, Missouri S a daily capital new Jefferson City s leading newspaper full leased wire and services of the associated press vol. Xxxix no. 21jefferson City Missouri thursday morning March 23. 1950 Price five cents Truman a housing Coop plan killed n. Y. Engineer picked for a. E. C. Post key West. Fla., March 22�? apr Thomas i. Murray 58-year-old new York Engineer business executive and inventor was picked today by president Truman fur membership on this country s vitally. Important atomic commission. Ill array s nomination which will be submitted to the Senate Titer this week was signed at e a Winter White h o u s a Quot where the Chiel executive is spending his vacation. Does no to name new chairman Murray succeeds to the vacancy created by the resignation of chairman David it Lilienthal hut the president withheld the designation of a new chairman until after april in when another member Lewis Strauss is leaving. And another appointment it ust be Marie Sumner t Pike. A Republican will continue As acting chairman. Murray president of the metropolitan engineering company in Brooklyn is a member of the Board of directors and a member of the finance committee of the Chrysler corporation. Inventor of note a Man of wide interests and i a it Ltd engineering at Yale Murray is an inventor of note and the Holder of upwards of 200 patents. His appointment was announced along with that of Dillon s. Myer of Ohio former director of the War relocation authority. As commissioner of Indian affairs. Plane Pilot makes dramatic flight to land passengers Cleveland March 22�? apr a Northwest airlines plane Tore off three Field lights in an attempted Landing at Willow run Airport near Detroit Early today and then made a dramatic flight across Lake Flurie to land its 51 passengers safely Here fearful his Landing gear had been damaged in the Detroit mishap the Pilot capt. William Shaw abandoned after three tries his attempts to set the huge dc-4 Down at Willow run. Shaw asked Cleveland control Tower men to examine the ship s Landing gear As he passed overhead. Given their Assurance that everything seemed in order he set the plane Down without mishap passengers said it landed w Ith a bump. Late wire news briefs til or be int i hich lha Laird for it i oink v. . Of Haldeman bus widely known Girard is., publisher of a Little Blue a oks a was named in one of 54 hut ments returned by a fed Al grand jury yesterday after on seven of the indictments turned to judge Delmas c. La. Including that against i mein an Julius involve urges of income tax evasion. By Miwa a William Haddie Bartlett 75. Was acquitted by a jury Here yesterday of a charge of second degree murder in connection with the shooting of Ren c Hall. The shooting occurred on Bartlett a farm nov. 5, 1947. Norman t. Be acting chairman of the Omic Energy commission id last night useful atomic ii purposes will three or four i speaker on a at the unlit to Pov be v a i put Yeti in tor per thieves Pike was so 1 lecture series v of Oklahoma >1 Al Imi. Hugh Swan ton Bennett 57, motion picture director of the a Henry Aldrich series succumbed yesterday to Lui in. Thrombosis born in h w y Iii City Bennett began in it movie career with the Faison company. Midwest due for taste of mild weather today Chicago March 22�? apr the Midwest is due for a taste of Spring tomorrow but the it i the or Bureau said it wont Long enough to bring on Spring fever. Fair and mild weather now in the Plains states is expected in the Midwest tomorrow raising temperatures and Clearing skies. Readings Are expected to reach the fifties in sections of Illinois Indiana Minnesota Iowa Missouri and Kansas. A High of 60 is forecast for extreme Western Iowa. J b s mild weather is scheduled tor Only a Short stay weathermen said rams falling in the Pacific Northwest today Are headed eastward and should reach a he Midwest Friday conferees reach Compromise on Spud controls Washington. March 22�? apr Senate House conferees j reached a Compromise today on i a Bill putting new curbs on potato marketing and permitting a extra planting of Cotton and pea i nuts. House negotiators hoped for speedy approval in that Branch tomorrow but there were Strong j indications of a big fight before j the measure gets through the i i Senate. Five of the seven conferees i for the House signed the agreement. On the Senate Side however All three republicans were holdouts and senator Taft Ltd of o forecast a pretty unanimous opposition from gop senators. Out Rol softened a most republicans will vote against it a Taft chairman of the Senate Republican policy committee told reporters. As finally agreed to the potato controls were somewhat softened from the form one accepted in conference and in the House but rejected by the Senate. The Compromise retains bans Ion potato Price supports after this year unless growers accept rigid marketing quotas. Knock out provision but the conferees knocked out a provision that would have allowed Secretary of agriculture Brannan to determine what potatoes from this year s crop could have supports in areas where there is not time for growers to vote on marketing orders. They put in a new provision denying supports on this year s crop if growers reject marketing orders which control the Quality and Quantity of potatoes marketed. That provision also denies supports to potatoes below u. S. Grade no. 2 this year. 9 schools face recognition loss Chicago March 22- apr i nine Kansas City mo., High schools Are threatened with loss of accreditation for having a school term of Only 34 weeks this year. They can avoid loss of their rating and escape with Only a warning if two weeks time is made up before the end of this i semester this situation was made know n today by Butler Lisman president of the Kansas City Board of education who is in Chicago for the annual meeting j of the North Central association i of colleges and secondary schools. This association establishes Scholastic standards by which credits of member High schools Are recognized by member colleges and students May Transfer Between member institutions without loss of Scholastic credit. Nonpolitical probe of red charges asked Washington March 22�? apr an a impartial non political commission to investigate senator Mccarthy a charges of communism in the state department was proposed tonight by rep. Robert Nixon top ranking Republican on the House in american activities committee. Nixon said the present inquiry by a Serrate investigating committee is a rapidly degenerating into a political his statement came at the end of a Day which saw a number of republicans go to the support of Mccarthy while Secretary of state Acheson took the position that the Wisconsin senators charges Are damaging to the nations foreign relations. Acheson agreed with ambassador at Large Philip c. Jessup who called the charges senator Taft a Ohio said Republica n senators will continue to a help senator Mccarthy in his fight a republicans discuss probe Taft told newsmen that Mc-1 Carthyl a charges and the result ing Senate investigation were discussed at length this afternoon at a closed door session of the gof policy group in the House. Rep. Werdel a Calif charged that Mccarthy was being Marie the target of an a organized rep. Nixon who was a key i figure in breaking the Alger i Hiss Whittaker Cha miners Case last year urged president tru Man to take the inquiry a completely out of the realm of Par a Titan politics by appointing a commission with members drawn from outstanding jurists of unquestioned integrity a men if the Caliper tor example no judge Harold Ball a at records disclosure meanwhile senator Mccarthy said president Truman should i now a put up or shut up on the j question of turning Over Federal i loyalty files to Congress in the current probe but a High administration of a facial walked at disclosing Fri i records in connection with Mccarthy s latest claim that a the top soviet espionage agent in the United states is affiliated with the state department. The official who asked that his name be withheld told newsmen the Justice department and theft by feel a it would not be in the interest of the country at Large to open Fri files to the Senate committee welcomes probe in other major developments i. Secretary of state Acheson while joining in ambassador Jessups denunciation of Mccarthy s allegations nevertheless said he welcomed the two week old Senate investigation of his department. A cles on also told a news conference that if there is a soviet spy connected w Ith the department he does not know it 2 the u. S. Court of appeals by 2-1 vote upheld the constitutionality of president Truman a loyalty program and declared a it is our Clear opinion that the president May remove from government service any person of whose loyalty he is not completely riots strike Italy communist clashes Between demonstrators and hundreds were jailed in Milan s he this was another in a series of it event la in Turin. In the picture coins their vehicle left As .1 Roadblock k May led strike s yesterday left one Man dead and scores injured in police across Italy. In Rome alone. 3.000 were arrested. Strike crippled Trie industries and snarled local transportation. Inspired riots such As the one shown above that occurred re munits and fellow travellers Rush for corer As police using est a truck filled with reds Loose tear Gas to break up the riot u. 5. Bolsters Northwest atom Plant defences girl killed trying to save dog Molher diet in Rescue try in to Hiim me f Ava Ilab the Organ air de Iusi i is is n Ste is x i los Angeles. March 22�? a actor Edward Arnold announced today he will be a candidate tor the Republican nomination for the United states Senate seat now occupied by Sheridan Downey. Washington March 22 apr Jet fighter defences the Pacific Northwest we ordered strengthened today in move to protect key defense Sta lations incl Ford. Wash ordering additions shuttled in from n the air Force a noun a this Transfer is 1 make the Best use fighter squadrons in ration of a modern across the Pacific Northwest anti Xii Craft i nits the army already has bounced that anti aircraft it will be deployed in the coun around Hanford in the next Days. Headquarters of or interceptor win its fighter squad tinned at Kirtland at Albuquerque being shifted to Moses Lake was Are North Ameri brew Jet lighters. The Transfer in 1,200 persons. On the 81st stays at f is Headquarters it weapons command fourth r Boist West air shield. That said that squadrons All weather fighter already Are station civic Northwest will late this summer carrying Lockheed Al Pupp die d tic the cd j. J. I 4,800-Volt Xvi tile ground. Tile wire first Mitchell Sale Little Isabel Yorton tried help her dog and then or Fiona Yorton. 58, went to hot envoys attend anti red meet in. To unite the e 81 Iglus Lem and to r of i w Man it a Sta Mir r Force i list n m., Are Polit the i Lase at bloc the a pm Hies the Chi i f 86 a Asa riot it i1 a arsons lies Tivo Ives bout e Squadron of Italy. I r 1 Lane i. W Inch Cut r 1 if j the set Cia i fur Geol 1. Rig the be Irth sista 1 my to h by met try stage Tike in i Ivity. A tile Ems a a do apis to j a in Bass into seer the pro a immunise ill s Cor establishing a Wor k to a ii to reach Pratti a die listener. Expanding Educa n change programs to bring More Day Long foreign students to the United let against states a a few 4 arranging a world wide Bassy where motion picture exhibit a design met. Italian cd to explain the democratic ii principles and ideals w hich un-1. J defile our foreign a 5. Creation of an Agency out aside the government to help to Amene ins make use of their or overseas contacts in fighting the s. I spread of communist ideas s senator Fulbright dark in was one of the 12 signers. Of the 325th Wing which d in the Paia equipped with radar-f�?T-94 Jet Hurt Admi who the the Blok up red led rested 3,000 Perso Tings of the Amba Issia Britain f Rai my the Eca chief la last three d. Per skins. U. S. Cretan of state european affairs a discussions. Cot s to the con non closed this known fighters. Those squadrons now have Piston engine planes. Once Hall in the cml upon the opening Sei morning it was in there will vie no announcement visions reached it least until end. Arrested on assault charge the i woman denies witchcraft charge has no cauldron president suffers major setback As House votes 218 t0155 against project Washington March 22�? apr the Home gave president i Truman a thumping setback today by killing the administration s proposed $2,000,000,000 co operative housing program for Middle j income families then passing a general housing measure without i that Section. F routing a telegraphic plea from president Truman for ii approval the House rejected the Coop scheme by a 218 to 155 Roll Call i vote this ratified an earlier standing x Ole against the provision where the count was 174 to 122. The Senate likewise turned Down the co operative plan last w Eek 43 to 38. After knocking out the eco Section the House went on to approve a $4,000.000,000-plus expansion of the existing housing pro that global sales plan against reds proposed Washington March 22�? a senator Benton a Conn proposed today that this country launch a global sales Campaign in behalf of democracy in order to offset russian propaganda such a program he said a might turn the tide that is running against us in Many areas of the world in this struggle tor officer doubts two involved in attack slaying Yan Buren Ark. March 22 map a police Chiel e. M. Pond Columbia mo., doubts that two Kansas City mo., men in custody Here had any connection with the rape slaying of a 13-year-old Columbia baby Sitter last saturday Pond advised his office this afternoon that he is satisfied that Hei Shell Summers 31, and Cli tis l. Lander 27, were not involved in the latest attack on baby Sitters in the Missouri University City. He and three Ethel Missouri officers questioned the pair for several hours today before it was announced in Columbia that Pond was returning Home. New up 1 per clipping Summers tall and slender cab Driver is driving or Benton a former state department advertising executive outlined his five Point plan in his Maiden speech to tie Senate. Ile proposed i. A conference of non communist countries to co ordinate All their information programs aimed at combating com nun Bere yesterday. When a new spi Ipri clipping about the slaying of Janet Christman was found in Summers Wallet Van Buren police chief Vail Russell contacted Pond. The Missouri officers flew to nearby fort Smith Aik. In a Missouri Highway patrol plane this morning. Russell said the cab drivel exile was oust Man Cas no to Colu use where j earlier veg where treated Aith planned the about the c tended do View the h ing occur i denied kor Ilia was i has spent Many years in Souri tells of whereabouts Summers said be and i Laid off work curious and India to in slay he had Colum High he 1 mis inde Gram that promotes housing principally through the insurance of Home mortgages by the j Federal housing administration j Eha. The vote on final passage was 361 to to. The real test however came on the motion to Knock out the Coop provision. Rep Wolcott a Mich offered it and w. S supported by 137 republicans and 81 democrats. Opposing were 14 1 democrats 14 re pub cans and one american labor j party member. One of worst defeat the House action on the Coop provision completed one of the 1 worst defeats the administration has suffered at the present session of Congress. In an Effort to turn the tide i or. Truman sent a Telegram from his a West flu., vacation Headquarters and it was read to the House. Tile president said the Coop i ram would provide Homes a a Cost that families with Middle 1 l ies from $2,Hoo to i�?~>0 i could afford and he Decler a action it n it a transcends Ary i but opponents hooted at the pro Geom us a a Sochi i is toe a a d a discriminatory a and they had the votes to Knock it out. Says it would discriminate they said the plan would provide Homes fur Only 3 per be t of the 8, duo families in the Middle Mcorine category while discriminating against veterans and other persons. After striking out the Coop Section the House approved a housing measure providing i. A $2,750,000,000 increase in the regular system of government insurance of housing mortgages. The housing measure approved by the Senate Atter it too rejected co Ops. Provided $1,750,000,000 for this purpose. Rental x apartment project an sat y r f to i Lvov id the my a h Wiki Miami St Rte the and a monday to Delv to to 2. A $751 ,000,04 0 increase in a Siste he k. I v e the Federal National Gage his is he re4 a by hits association authority to Pur Sand a y. Kus sell Cha be mortgages. Adding that Driver Cia med he much to the present $2.50 0,000. S City in ii Al a nit too authority r. The idea h it e is unday w Hen he for the govt rement to Poi it m i South with Linder car in which Summers Ndeki were driving belonged to Summers. It carried a Missouri car dealer s License plate and there was a regular Missouri License plate in the rear of the machine Russell said Dewey Breaks up political team will d for ant he the is this year not expire Albany n. Y a gov Thorn a a team definitely up today by the speculation was March 22 is e. Dewey s was broken a Boss a and revived that weather increasing cloudiness today followed by showers beginning West by evening and spreading to East tonight tomorrow con--01 Ahi cloudiness with showers ending West and South warmer East today cooler entire state tomorrow highs today in 54lx. 2 pm. >0 i pm 41 a .52 to p 33 5 12 in. To Mit Kouri River Kan City 4 fall 0 7 Boonville. 8 4 Hist i o a Lefter n City 8 4 Hue i 2 Hermann. Id i Rise 0.7 Ovule River latter of the Ozark so j rail 0.3 a Thorn. To him 01 Canadian acquitted of murder in a mercy killing Coburg out. March 22 a Ralph Kilbon today was acquitted of murder in the a mercy killing of his mentally ill wife Irene. An All male Ontario supreme court jury returned the verdict after deliberating less than 70 minutes. The decision upheld tile defense Contention that mrs Kilbon who had wounded herself in a suicide attempt was a legally and medically dead when Kilbon fired a Rifle Bullet into her brain last november Wilmington Del. March 22apr a do they mean in a one of those things that Fly around on Broomsticks a mrs. Helen Evans 23-year-old woman charged with practising t h e a part of witchcraft a asked today a if that s what they mean then i should have a big Black cauldron and be stirring things up in it should t i Quot the slim nervous woman asked a reporter. When mrs. Evans goes to trial some time next month Shell be tried under an old British Law that dates Back to 1603 when James in son of Mary of Scotland was King of England. Leon de Salinger Delaware s chief archivist traced the present Day witchcraft and conjuration portions of the state Law to the first year of King James. The penalty has been modified from a Public whipping and Sale into slavery but the statute still is on the books. Under Delaware s revised code of 1935 the maximum penalty for practising witchcraft conjuration Fortune telling or dealing with spirits is $100 Fine and one year in jail. James Gallo. Attorney for mrs. Evans petitioned j u d g e Thomas Herlihy jr., yesterday to postpone the trial for a month on grounds mrs Evans is be fast As the result of a heart ailment. The request was granted mrs. Evans is accused of taking Money from a Young woman for advice on a cure for nervous condition. She was charged Wuth telling the woman she was under a curse which could be cured by mrs. Evans upon payment of $10, Marshfield March 22�? apr Rex Rainey an under i taker whose girl f Riend was con j bizarre night attack j w is himself arrested today on a charge of felonious i assault with intent to kill in the same Case. So the medium sized Blaek hair j s de Rainey was taken into Cus-1 s Tody less than 24 hours after a j circuit court jury had found a miss Mary Margaret Evans j guilty on a similar charge. Miss Evans a 31-year-old i Springfield switchboard opera listened to evidence presented tor was arrested shortly Atter by both sides throughout the a weird attack on or. Carmen suit for $5,875 damages taken under advisement a suit for $>,875 damages brought by Clay t Davis against Russell l. Wren w As taken under advisement yesterday afternoon by circuit judge Sarn c Blair. Testimony w a s concluded shortly after 5 p. In. Judge Blair was the trial. F 11st inor Nin will be to Ivy Kell ant fined Stratt Chang Driver in after a Jar it hearing ived at the i beginning of order of bus ii Ness on this s circuit court docket the states Case against Ley charge d with rape. A Gad assault w As suppose a been a against an 11 Elm girl it it a Jet. 2, 1949 in de $.54. I of i Quot Brandt yes w a s 0 and Cost s by magi a a Aster s. Wheatly on of cureless and reckless he was Ai nested tues Day on Highway 50. Here. Although the woman alibis Tacker carried an assortment of Ket weapons including a stomach inst pump and a solution of a sleeping potion mrs. Rainey fought her off. During the trial miss 949 testified it was Rainey a idea that she go to mrs. Rainey s i bedroom last Oyt Obei. Prosecutor Roy Miller explained that since he considered halon i Ney an accessory before the fact it was necessary to file the same charge against him As had been filed against miss Evans Dewey would retire from politics. In a sweeping gesture Dewey nominated his big Jovial Bachelor Secretary caul Al Lockwood to become a member of the state Public service com i Mission and appointed three other Long time associates As members of the state Power in Thorit the three Are quiet studious John e. Button state budget director Elj Bott v Bell former state banking superintendent and Hickman Powell a political adviser. Dewey has said he would not be the Republican presidential candidate again but he has not j said whether he will seek a third term us governor next Novena-1 Ber. After today a appointments most observers reasoned j that he had decided not to be a j candidate j $ oing gof ers Mee i members of the capital City Young Republican club heard president Jack Steppleman read an invitation from the Columbia. Club to attend a dinner there March 31 at which Phillip Winkle son of the late part stand Ard bearer Wendell Willite will speak the local club also heard Prospect reports by three party candidates in the City election. Mortgages so i have More t Loans on new ther $6,000,000 u Large scale rental Apa projects first started Dur War. Applications for to in Ranee More than ext available funds e although the Law until March i to Iron out difference 4 a plan for disposal of 389,-000 units of so called Lanham War housing owned in the gov i Ament. 5 an increase in the amortization Nei my of i Home Loans from 25 to 30 years banking chairman Spence it Day said this would have the effect of reducing the carrying charge on a a $8, h it it i Home in $4 a month a committee representing the Senate and House now is expected to get together in an Effort to Iron out differences in the two versions of the legislation. Boonville i so a i i. I gut James Claycomb 13, of Windsor was captured last night North of Sedalia in a stolen Cai shortly Alfet his escape from the Boonville state reformatory. The boy according to the stale patrol had stolen the car in Boonville after his escape. Usual and unusual St Joseph. Mo., March 22 map a Clyde Henry mask explained in circuit court today Why he stole two cats from Frank Poe one night last month he drove the first car to Weston mo., about 30 Miles from Here. There it broke Down. A so i went Back to is Joseph and stole the second car planning to use it to Tow the other one Back to that City a mask told the court judge Dux a1 Smih s e a tended mask to three years in the state Penitentiary on a cat larceny charge

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