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Joplin Globe (Newspaper) - January 15, 1954, Joplin, Missouri FINAL EDITION Jonlin W" FULL ASSOCIATE In be FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORTS WEATHER. cloudy Krlday with scattered most- ly southeast portion; high to 45. Saturday ctoudy and colder. cloudy and -warmer Friday. Saturday vloudy and colder north with showers likely east portion. cloudy Frldas': slightly east por- tion Saturday cloudy; colder southeast with rjiln changing to snow. with occasional Friday and Satur- day: colder north and west portion. T A7TTT XT XJ M 111. 199 Publication Olflcv. '17 East Fourtli J.O.W. pubiisnea Kvety Morning Kxcept Monday JOPLIN, MISSOURI, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY, 15, PAGES. ma" office Joplln. Mo., under the act of Jlarcn 3. 1879 Dally Ooly Se Sunday Only SENATORS VOTE FOR SPEED LIMIT ON STATE ROADS Special Committee Orders Bill Drafted Without De- ciding How Fast Cars May Travel. APPROVE WIRE TAPPING UNDER RIGD3 CONTROLS Group Sets March 18, 19 and '20 for Hearing to Consid- er 4 Measures on La- bor Racketeering. JEFFERSON CITY. Jan. 14 Bills to set a speed limit on Mis- souri highways and to allow wire tapping under rigid controls were approved today by a special Sen- ate committee. The Senate Criminal Law Revi- sion Committee, working in Ihe in- terim between legislative sessions, wound up three days of work by: 1. Endorsing a bill to legalize the tapping of telephone and tele- graph wires to get evidence of treason, sabotage, crimes endan- gering national security, espionage and kidnaping for ransom. Kid- naping was included as an out- growth of the Greenlease kidnap- killing last year. 2. Ordering its legal adviser. Prof. Roy F. Proffit of the Uni- versity of Missouri, to draft a bill setting a maximum speed on Mis- souri roads, and possibly a mini- mum speed, together with a zoning system for danger areas. Bills to Be Drafted. 3. Ordering Proffitt to draft gen- eral bills on arson, stealing and sex crimes covering all the 360 odd sections on those subjects now in the statutes. 4. Approved repeal of 20 anti- quated laws on horse theft, brand- ing and so on which are covered under other, more modern laws. 5. Set March 18. 19 and 20 for a session in Jefferson City to con- sider four bills on labor racketeer- ing. Sen. Albert M. Spradling (D) of Cape Girardeau, chairman, said the committee made no hard and fast decision on what the speed limit should be. Yesterday Col. Hugh H. Wag- goner, superintendent of the High- way Patrol, recommended a day- time limit of 65 miles an hour and a night limit of 55. 'Helmet1 for Flight Into Ether Jimmy Bowden, 4, smiles from behind a new "space helmet" designed for children to wear on flight into anesthesia as he is put to sleep for a tonsilectorny in the Bethesda, Md., Naval Medical Center. Lt. J. G. iloirow, who with Comdr. D. J. Giorgio developed the transparent helmet, administered the anesthetic in the first test. Jimmy, son of a chief hobpitalman, called it a "pretty sharp trick" after the operation. The helmet's designers believe it will take the fear of being- put to sleep on an operating table away from (U. S. Navy Photo via AP Wirephoto.) ICE DISAPPEARS FROM HIGHWAYS BUS SCHEDULES FOG THREATENS TO CUT AIR SERVICE HERE. A. P. STONE NAMED TO APPEALS COURT SPRINGFIELD MAN AP- POINTED TO SUCCEED LATE JUDGTETVAXDEVEXTER. was removed by which rose well A treacherous film of ice which covered the Four-State district Wednesday night and early yester- day morning temperatures above the freezing mark during the day. Bus service, which was discon- tinued on highway 71 south to Arkansas all Wednesday night and to Kansas City for a brief period during the night, was back to normal yesterday. However, a heavy fog moved into the Joplin area after midnight last night, which threatened to curtail air service to and from the city. The CAA weather station at the unicipal airport reported a ceil- The wire tapping bill would be a !mg of only 100 feet at 1 o'clock new Missouri venture into a com-jthis morning. At Springfield, a dense fog grounded air travel all day yesterday and forced scheduled planes to fly directly from Joplin to St. Louis. In Joplin, the mercury rose to a high of 42 degrees at 3 and 4 p. m. yesterday. The foiecast for plex legal field. There is no law prohibiting wire tapping on the books now and evidence obtained that way may be used in state courts. Four Crimes Covered. Under the bill approved to be introduced the first day of the 1955 legislative session only- four crimes affecting state and na- tional security, plus kidnaping for ransom, are covered. Spradling said the kidnaping of little Bobby Greenlease last Sep- tember, and the execution of his killers here last month, was still fresh in the minds of the commit- tee members. They felt such a crime was so horrible, tap- ping in kidnaping investigations should be legalized to give the pub- lic all the protection possible. Of the crimes covered, Spradling said the committee felt "state and national security were above the individual rights of freedom of speech." But the right to tap telephone and telegraph lines was not ex- tended to crimes like murder, bank robbery and so on because the- committee decided that would be too great an incursion on freedom of speech and might lead to fears of a "police slate." Only Few Could Issue Order. Only a judge of the state Su- preme Court or of the St. Louis, Kansas City or Springfield appel- late courts could issue an order permitting the lapping of a spe- cific telephone or telegraph line. And the only law enforcement of- ficials eligible to get such an or- der would be a county prosefuling attorney, the St. Louis circuit at- torney, a county sherifi or the chief of police in cities over population. If anyone else tapped a wire without a court oidcr, he could be' imprisoned from one to five years and fined or both. He also have ,o forclcit to tho Fndav in south Missouri is for JEFFERSON CITY, Jan. 14 Gov, Donnelly appointed A. P. Stone Jr., Springfield Democrat, CUTS IN INCOME TAX ON DIVIDENDS OIVENAPPROVAL House Committee Votes for Reductions That Would Save Stockholders 240 Million First Year. UP TO WOULD BE FREE OF LEVY Credit Would Be Increased Second and Third Years Reported Opposed to Plan. FAVOR RAISE FOR CONGRESSMEN "Majority of Committee on Salaries Would Tay Lawmakers a Year. WASHINGTON, Jan. 14 House Ways and Means Commit- tee, bowing to a long-time plea from business circles, approved to- day a three-year program of sharp reductions in taxes on income from dividends. Staff experts said the proposec changes would mean a saving of 240 million dollars for about four million taxpaying stockholders the first year. The ultimate loss in revenue was estimated at from 500 million to one billion dollars annually, when the cuts reach full effect. A majority of committee Demo- crats reportedly resisted the move, but were voted down in a closed- door committee session. This marked the first substantial controversy in a committee project aimed at rewriting almost all the nation's tax Jaws with a view to simplifying and clarifying them and removing alleged inequities. Acts on Proposals. The committee is acling page-by- page on recommendations drafted by Treasury and Congressional staff experts, after months of la- bor. WASHINGTON, Jan. 14 ffi A majority of the Com- mission on Judicial and Congres- sional Salaries was reported today to favor a salary for sena- tors and pay boost. The commission, set up by the 1953 Congress to make recommen- dations on the pay of federal judges and members of Congress, is to submit its report to President Eisennower at the White House to- morrow. Under (lie law. Congress must act on the report by March 15. In an election year like this one, the subject is ticklish. It was understood that a few of the members representing agricul- ture on ihe commission thought that a salary hike for the lawmakers was sufficient. All ol the members support a substantia. increase. INDIA TO RETURN m TO CAPTORS NEXT WEDNESDAY A Democratic move to require deduction of taxes at the source of to the Springfield court of appeals dividend payments, much as taxes L iarp withhpin frnm wno-oc Hant_ today. He succeeds th- late Judge William L. Vandeventcr, a Repub- lican. Stone is -46. married, and former- ly was assistant prosecuting attor- 16 KILLED IN AIR CRASH IN ROME V H I L I P P I X E S P L A E PLUNGES INr RAIN NEAR APARTMENT BUILDING. General Ridgway in Wash- ington Voices Belief Ac- tion Could Lead to Se- rious Consequences. THREE DAYS BEFORE TDIE FOR RELEASE Swedish and Swiss Members of Repatriation Commis- sion Criticize Move by General Thimayya. Faces Deportation ROME, Jan. 14 stricken Philippines Airline plane, trailing smoke through a driving rain, veered from a course toward crowded apartments and crashed in a muddy field here today with a bomb-like explosion. All 16 aboard, including the American pilot and co-pilot and two American passengers, were killed in the second air disaster in five days. Last Sunday a jet Comet of the British Overseas Airways Corp. plunged into the Tyrrhenian sea off Elba with a loss of 35 lives. The Philippines liner, a four-en- gine DCG, was only a few minutes from Rome's Ciampino airport on withheld from wages, was flight from Manila to London en. Members said this was a when it wavered and fell. straight party-line vote. 15 Repub- licans against 10 Democrats. The new proposal eventually would relieve about one third of ney of Greene Counts'. He is now iuui mm utilise holders from the four million taxpayinc Cut Into Fragments. The force of the blast cut the plane and the victims into frag- ments, spread over a By WILLIAM C. BARNARD PANMUNJOM. Friday, Jan. 15 decided yesterday, on its own to start turning back nearly disputed prisoners to their captors Jan. days ahead of the said if either side freed them it would violate the armistice. In Washington, the U. S. Army chief 01 staff. Gen. Matthew B. Ridgway, told a Senate committee "I would think ihat serious conse- quences could flow from such an action on the part of custodial forces of premature re- lease." Ridgway said "I'd be con- cerned by the Communist reaction to such a release." In Korea, the U. N. Command prepared to take bacl- 22.500 Chinese and North Koreans from the anti-Red camp but went ahead with plans to set them free as civilians at a.m. Jan. 23. Announced in Letters. India's decision, announced in letters to the Communist and U.N. Commands by Lt. Gen. K. S. Thimayya. India's chairman of the Neutral Nations Repatriation Com- mission, said: "Any unilateral action by any party concerned (on the prisoners' status 1 will not be in conformity with the (armistice) terms of re- ference." President Calls on Congress to Extend Social Security Coverage to 10 Mil- lion More. Greta Thyssen, above, Miss Denmark of 1951, has been or- dered deported from the United States. The 23-year-old blonde beauty, man led to a southern California lumber yard owner, is accused of failing to renew her visitors permit and accept- ing employment, forbidden under her peiniit. She has ap- peared on television and on the (AP Wirephoto.) ACTRESS MARRIES JOEDIMAGG10 MARILYN MONROE BECOMES BRIDE OF FORMER YANKEE SLUGGER. KE URGES BOOST IN PAYMENTS TO RETIRED WORKERS WOULD RAISE INCOME TAXED TO Suggests Those Drawing Pensions Be Allowed to Earn More at Part- Time Jobs. SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 14 Gorgeous Marilyn Monroe and Joe Di Maggio were married today in what was supposed to have been a quiet ceremony, but wasn't. Municipal Judge Charles S. By DOUGLAS B. CORNELL. WASHINGTON. Jan. 14 President Eisenhower urged Con- gress today ,o boost social secu- rity benefits quickly for America's older citizens and give 10 million more people protection from "the fear of destitution." Eisennower also asked that the amount of income taxed for pen- sion purposes be raised from 53.600 to and that retired persons be allowed to earn more at part- time jobs without losing social se- curity benefits. Changing the tax base would mean that workers making more than would find up to S12 more a year in social security de- ductions coming out of their pay checks. Their employers would have 10 match the amounts. Details Left to Hobby. In a special. message ,o the lawmakers, the President proposed increases in both the low- est and highest amounts paid to or left it to Secretary of Welfare Hobby to fill in details for. con- gressional committees later on. But Chairman Da.i el A. Reed (R-NY) of the House Ways and Means Committee beat Mrs. Hob- by to it. Peerv read the civil ceremony in Minimum payments for retired _____ his chambers while an estimated individuals now are S25 a month. Thimayya-. announcement drew crowd of 300 jammed the corridor. quick fire from the Swedish p m >i p. m .....33 7 p. m .....33! S p. m .....34! 9 p. m 10 p. m 11 p. m -----31- Midnight .....39) '2 n m James C. McDowell. The jobs pay a year. Still pending before the governor arc nominees for three new Jack- County circuit judgeship.s. He 12 rejected them, as being too po- ..........-1" htical but the nominating commis- sion sent them back to him. Donnelly gave no indication when he would act on those appoint- 'CT ments. able income from the actual tax payment the stockholder otherwise would face. Business spokesmen loner have attacked what they call "double taxation" of corporation profits. They argued (hat corporation prof- Airport Ui-ntlicr Iljta. observations at Jrtpltn minm pal airport at Mat i.iKhl Temueruure. 37 depiee.s Wini! noise from its engines lhc r N. Command to receive Then the plane plunged down and there was a huge explosion Thc craft hit only about 100 yards thcm Jan. 20. Miss Monroe and Di Magqio had An, Indian spokesman virtually hiding out here for Thimayya's statement was "the'moro ,lnan a wfek- Primarily to and Hudson Motor Car CO. was approved today by directors of the two companies subject' to stock- holder approval. Stockholder meet- ings will be held in March. ipense. This means workers could take the standard 10 per cent de- duction allowed for such personal expenses as charitable contribu- tions, medical expenses and so Thc resulting corporation will and still get a further de- known as American Motors Corp. Under the plan Nash. Hudson and Kelvinator will operate as separate divisions of American Motors. The tinv Aleutian island of St. Paul .dealer And sales organizations will today began injecting tho entire population with gamma globulin to combat a rising polio epidemic. retain their separate identities. The announcement said it wasj contemplated that Bant. There have been two polio president of Hudson Motors, will among the 360 Aleutian seal hunt- ers and U S. agents on the island, 800 miles west of Anchorage. for transportation expenses incurred at work. It does not ap- ply to expenses of commuting to and from work. GERMAN'RE ARMAMENT APPROVED BY BUNDESTAG serve as a director and consultant and George W. Mason, president POP-BOTTLE 10 DAYS CHICAGO, Jan. 1-1 (Pi-A house- wife who banged a school teacher over the head uilh a pop bottle must spend 10 days in jail. Judge George B. in fn's Court placed Mrs. Rose Pat- terson, 40, on a year's probation today with the stipulation that the first 10 days shall be spent in Ihe House of Correction. har association luncheon today by the mcln .di'al." Eisenhower urged the pri Baihocchini. whom he has known and favorable considera- M.itus could be Tor years. He arrived at City Hall.i.on- upon Congress "illv bv one of three methods iabout 1 o'clock, iiisi ahead of "The human problems or mdi- home" interviews: 2. A Miss and smiling vdual ,-nizens." he said, "arc a n Di Alagg.o. (proper and important concern of Ban- Hearted. government." She was bare headed, For the ,nost part. Congress peace conference; and 3. New con- sultations of the two commands.! It is the Red view that 90 actual da> s of interviews were required and that a peace conference must oa.--s on the prisoners' fate no mat- tor it is held. The Allies maintain the 90 days tor cxplana- a dark brown broadcloth >-uit to like the Eisenhower pro- a wide white ermin collni. She posals. Key members predicted at orchids. Di M; .become law, perhaps not exactly blue the way Eisenhower wants thorn i lions ended Dec. 2o and that Judge Weiss conviriod Mis. terson of assault on Mrs. Svbil L. ee is peace conference has only until Jan 23 to deal with the prisoners. a business suit, and- ionu' before ihe but generally in lino with his rcc- be-an -substantial ommendations. i c e r c m o n v Iracos of Marilyn's lip-tirk. Efforts to .sel up a peace con- 70 Million in Svitcin. very happy." M.uilvn Somc 70 nljiijon individuals and BONN. Germany. Jan. 14 Dcc- Allicci U> Sinned. They lheir families are in !he Old Agc Vest German liundeMag moved! "Un8cc- 30. lasl Dcr- J Mt> Dun- and Red liaison officers were accomPanied b> Slirvivor, insurance system firs todav for the second straight Barsocchin. who was matron non. Shortlv heforc ad. Dl Dr C. Karl Albrecht, territorial ,vinator as president and board health officer at Juneau, Alaska, chairman of American Motors. told the Foundation by telephone I Under the agreement submitted and board chairman of Nash-Kol-i today to change the constitution Klemeniai'v School' iron Scarce blooc person whose me was tapped. And wcro flown dircotlv he would be liable to civil suit for additional damages. It would not he a violation of the law to listen in on a party line. Lack of parly line exemption' was one of the "bugs" in a bill passed last year which would have banned all wire tapping in Mis- souri. Gov. Phil M. Donnelly vetoed that measuie. TRUMAN ESCAPES INJURY IN CAR CRASH ON ICE to St. to stockholders, three shares of to speed German rearmament in- side a European army. With the solid backing of Chan- cellor Konracl Adenauer's four Hudson stock will be converted into coalition parties, the house gave two shares of American Motors initial approval to constitutional Paul from Anchorage "today. Later stock and each share of authorizing creation and supplies wcre'v'nalor stock will continue as onc'of an armed force. The pop bottle incident occurred alter Mrs. Patterson's daughter, Cora. G, told her mother the teach- er had choked her. The girl later admitted she had lied. MAN DIES OF INJURIES rushed fiom New York to Anchor- share of American Motors. age to be landed or parachuted onto the island. STANDARD ENTERS GAS FRENCH'SINGER SAYS HE WAR IN KANSAS CITY WILL MARRY DORIS DUKE, KANSAS CITY, Jan. M The coalition parlies believe these amendments, ubcn tmally approved, will head off a Supreme day in Panmuniom, trying to MOnor- antl Mrs- last summer. Eisenhower these prcliminaiy talks going'and Mr- anfl MlN- Tom that another 10 million pcr- again. Jt was Joe be brought in. He repeated start in baseball with the San recommendation today. Cisco Seals years ago. i Thc 10 mmion uouiri And the crowd was so noisy the farmers, more farm THREE YEARS IS GIVEN YOUTH FOR i i TI had to ask for silen.e lhc. and domestic workers, .sclf-cm- abated until word came professiona) pcoplc such a, AETKD rAD rfMUCinu KANSAS CITY. Jan. 11 i.fi p.m. EST that they were mar- ,doclol.s_ dentisK ;uvhitects, law- Ai-lbK LAK LULLlSlUN Kdward Eugene Long, 21, was sen- ried. Then the crowd went wild.'ycls nm] aCv.oun1anK tcnced to three v ears in a reform- Everyone elbowed for a ringside nlcml30ls Of Court ruling which could delay Ger- ST- '-GUIS. Jan. 11 (Pi Thomas atory today for demanding spot as the couple came out. I pension plans if they want to come man participation in tho proposed _21, of suburban I.omay, from Robert C. Greenlease' Joe kissed Marilyn, soinew.iat groups. :__ UICCI 111 St, I -OUls V I Jl I nt Inr I me A 0 IIS 111 III IV Ollt VCI'V Ol i. t (1C gasoline price war that has struck armament, have appealed to the NEW YORK, Jan. 1-1- (.ft-French two outlying areas of Greater Kan- Supreme Court to rule that West six-nation European army. s'- I-oul-s County Hospital ,millionaire auto dealer whose fi-'bashfully but very well, lor IHL-J Thus uould he sprend The Socialists, who oppose rc-ltoda-v. ,four lie son was kidnaped and _photograpners. He did itj-epc-atedlv ovcr tno enfirc worjfing was injured in an automobile ac-siain last Sept. 2S. ivvithout too much urging. population of the nation. Govern- singer Charles Trend announced sas City took a new turn today.'German rearmament would violate Moramce River. Stato police said Pollute' it of lay that he will marry Doris w-ith Standard Oil Co. reducing its die constitution. 'Duke, former wife of Porfirio Ru-jdcalcr prices by 6.6 cents a gallon! Adenauer and KANSAS 14 (.B- For- mer President Harry S. Truman was involved in an automobile col- lision on icy Kansas City streets this morn ins; but escaped injury. John C. Mayall, 18-year-old driv- er of the second car, also came out unliun. birosa and one of the world wealthiest women. The announcement came cidenl on U.S highway Gl near1 He pleaded giultv to a charge! As llic couple left, with Joe say- men( cmploycs u-ho have their lin? "We've got to put a lol of own would be ic miles behind the nidge said single group on the Oisenhowcr said he would recommendations later for them in. of blackmail. Carl Austin Hall and Bonnie Ru-jdealer prices by 6.6 cents a gallonj Adenauer and the coalition with an auto driven Heady were executed for regretfully: 'outside. E rld's for regular and 4.6 cents forties contend that the government Nicholas Leonard. (i1. of Crystal ;tho crime Dec IS. They were paid to kiss the bride, and nave rco j premium grade. (already has the right to rearm Cil-v- The Pollitio car then plunged, a record for Bobby Green- I 'working t only', H. E. Purdy, Standard Oil'.s local for defense, even though the 19-19 t1ou'n a 13-foot embankment. Leon- lease's release. More than ,1 _ i __ -----1 l.rnQii Irnin two weeks after Rubirosa's wed-j manager, said these reductions in'constitution docs not specifically uas not injured. ding to the former Barbara Hut- the tank wagon price to dealers'mention armed forces. ton, another of the-world's richest are for the Greater Kansas Cityj They still want specific authority women and a friend of Miss Duke.'area and became effective this spelled out in the constitution, how- Trent, is appearing at an upper presently is in Switzerland. morning. ever for President Theodor Heuss C'ausc for Tears. of the ransom is still missing. Long, then a hotel bellhop here, sent a note demanding ran- CONCORD, N. H. f.fl Banker soin from Greenloa.se after road- Cra-sli Derails Train. FPvEDERICKTOWN, Mo.. Jan. Ban on Party Considered. WASHINGTON. Jan. 11 W-AMy, 14 automobile and a Mis- Gon says tlv? Justice Dc- souri Pacific freight train collided a( President Kiscnhow- East Side cabaret hero. Miss Duke Today's slash comes after sev- has declined to sign the European vault drawer one moininc; and after it took place. Kenneth B. Jesseman opened a'incr about the kidnaping the day, at a grade crossing today, derail- CI..S djrcctjon. is studying ;crai days of a price war between army treaty, already passed by wept uncontrollably. F'refighiers. Both men said iheir view was The marriage dale has not companies operating Parliament, until the legality of wearing gasmasks, removed a partly obscured' by a third car.'been decided upon. 'in this area, is definitely settled, [leaking tear-gas bomb. ling the train. He will serve his sentence in the, Donald J. Bollinger, 16. of Algoa Intermediate Reformatory a passenger in the car, !to outlaw the Communist p.-irty in Jefferson City. [was injured. States. with torts X. E W SPAPEfi ;
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