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Building of Any | Nixon, Dulles Cite lerminal in County | . ; P ae ys eee Be Yoeie Bid wire . et Bn . £, rhe Air Force and Navy 2 ) Danger in Cut Pt ha na : be Ry Frank R. Kent Jt a flatly denied yesterday a «. retary 6{ State John By Neil Ma Neil Po " L< > : . . T Reporter 2 | , , Russian charge that Ameri- , mr. : | | : oF S Foster Dulles predicted yes-

to postpone act mot 3f1 oh Oki eee can military planes flew % | . | il 1j y The House h inded Presi- -. a nee . lerday that within 10 years + up DULL ine fn Paes ee ‘4

the Senate Appr )pria- a Ss, . over eight Soviet cities on th , dent Eisenhower another . the Russian people will

is Committee on Presi Ye four flights last wee! | et ; foreign policy defeat yester- nt E = % | . : break the shackles of Com Stimu us ! SF pour’ ' Stet A Fisenhowel equest ¥ % The det -_ ry Ls 284 to 120

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siruction on the proposed warded from the State Depart . " eth aC ¢ ( ing to $3.4 billion in the next rT *T BR " . \ . | ment iv the Pentagon and Ne Dulles ire lared in a e he

forecast yesterda digi x D " fully worded statement at 3s 12 months.

, ! iense ‘partment officials :

Fal as ten = | : * news conference that the trend Senate Acts (On a voice vote. the Hotise

ted looking it © matter. toward rebellion against what Amid C1 defeated a move to kill the Larlie Pec! al State fe called grievous capuvity rit large. A hole Dill

\ ‘x c f . W } DD i] > {/ >; T 2 lohn Foster Dulles told news. Wl! prove irresistible Tt Was Misled rhen, on the final ro call, iLoO?Rr! oniers if i uiies . ler / ip men he know nothing of the ihe Secretary denied Com 160 Democrats and 124 Repub- Russian charge that American ™U"'t charges that the United Associated Press licans voted for passage. Sev-

, , , ' = States ha ctly sought | _ : ct pul . Vice President Richard Nixon and Secre Airport following Nixon's return yesterday planes had made three “gross ;,.. = direc ought ‘© The Senate, amid charges that my Republicans and 50 Dem- tary of State John Foster Dulles converse from his round-the-werld tour. (Stery on ocrats voled “no

joment uprisings behind thy had , lead violations of Soviet air space Iron Curtain. « . : rae ovrmeone na tried oO “misiea in an autemeobile as they leave National Page 7.) mm, such as the Poi rt

ne sum was $1.5 billion lees » J) ° , o We he an riot its members last night side on July 4, 5 and le said he mn 0 . . than the $4.9 billion originally

was referring the Red note to lle declared the United Staies tracked a bill designed to stimu- | requested by the President. It

. : . fense Departmen! must encourage seekers « ree- lat g of . > was a full half lion under tl! "Bl: ‘kh af Smear Tactics Hit he Defense Departme r? Ss ‘ree-\late the building of ne type ; rv | half-billion unde! tne <it is

\ Pentagon spokesman late! dom behind the Iron Curtain merchant ships for the United $4 billion he told Republican

by demonstrating through its : > leaders Tuesday was the mini , Slates coastal trad . ° ° y int Ag own conduct and example the mum for which he would settle | tj ry 7 ' f a 1o : 5 “sy : vs) " »?* Se " . : Re ort ( A ed Medict ne [ seq on Ike retary for Intern tiona a5 rewards of a free society en. John J. Willams (Rf The money bill now goes to ; , /vwL Gordon Gray would “determine Dulles’ freedom-by-1966 pre Del who had voiced the the Senate where the Adminis j ; . | | the facts and rt por hme ha to di tion was the first time he chal ge told reporters later this tration aitfis Lo make its major - .s , , . _ Tors, Ras , ; : ' . re : , Ol { I c SS 2 State as Suggested a time table meant the bill is dead for this fight LO gel as close as possible , j P firs TW ai earing vo Lnited Stali Force for compietion of the changes vear to the SM billion ceiling autho Ler aca " ate vue Ps ; netelin , . } : , which he said are already rized by -Congress previously approp ul Ke W alte r Lommitiece © | ue hd = pence Blam agi reflected in the Kremlin’s new Williams the senate in separate legislation this se BIOn > . A . Presse a , , “ce | e : » : » of at 'T’>} . : rhe Eisenhower request wee Hears “Clearance Weisbaden, Germany, declar POllies toward the Russian had been given to understand) The House action was peopie and the outside world. the Eisenhower Administration marked by charges that Mr

i. ies Metete aamenitted th A hearing on the nomination of Wesley A. D’Ewart to be j,,, eause the supplemental! appro Board” Denial Assistant Secretary of Interior turned yesterday into a ony, sircrar assigned to the ne a to favored the bill, but that in wasn emne a ena im Fay ules Statement Dy evelop- , : el:

riation | vady had bee hot argument over “smear” campaign methods and the - : State rati is , pr _ a | orbs af witnesses before A 6 President Eiseni ~ th dic command of the United States ments in Moscow, including fact Administration officials 5. sn. public. There also were po d by 1 commi ireaiment oi resiaen Mennower with dicumarol, aaAw Force in Europe violated Soviet Premier Nikolai Bul opposed certain provisions on warnings that the aid cuts mav

sat , ce Un-American Activi , tre i ate : » could = % a blood anticoaguian' ° Soviet or satellite territory amend | itl de the ties mmittee yesterday ‘The issue of the President's \ir Force headquarters here

riations Committers stated Assistant Detense Sec priavion OomMmimitlee

ganin’s assertion to the Russian the ground = the) contained mean that “large numbers” of Parliament that East-West “hidden subsidies lor ship American troops will have to

reque 7 ' Live v : rime Ti f.con treatmen deveioped wh Ser) a aiso made a flat denial! \ ; » 4 , ner 4 ' , ae : » . " tension has ease lat : ;, ce sen’ overseas he to offs slice et oard” for R chara veut erger (D-Ore.) dis lke lo ( ontet spokesman said . sed ane tam @ operators \ , Ric] im . ( ice [ f

th» , ; : , e vast farce 7yone as pee n . } residen?' cn e no ; ' ' , closed he ad written forme! We do not have the Soviet P h eer Sen ndo} B lohnson sides Richa ry enter established ; Nixon, returning from an Asian

Ss bo | he Wu : | if : : ' © ' : surgeon (,eneral leonard \ % « protest st) annot comme! | on . : ; lex TT) ri leade! | pur said c its 7 | eit | ~ . measure toda mi ee ry viac ar Scheele conce rning (he afety it } a on : officially at this time liow Du les warned ths the Soviet , . Z | in ites tates s J : : s at Patt .

. ms Ne ns ent . our | . : tne Gere ine | aia a c could be disastrous Ren. Dani ry.t v auion ¢ of the use of dicumaro ever, unofficially, the Air Force, "¢W ‘00K leaves no room fo1 - me ¢ " th py * some oO © areas he Visite:

mber of | House mi lie said he had rece! . Pp PI; . can say that no USAF planes complacency in the West. He announced ut mot be Ul Secretar: tat priations ayy ye , we n » ‘a! anewer from the forme ic 0 ans have been fiving over Soviet said the free peoples still must purpose of the lteadersni ah s ties aye oe vid ir Du ft ‘© Health se ie chief which in territory. as the Soviet note is P®@) “a heavy price to protect program tnis oO agail ' a mY rogge themselves.’ Pees = vals eget epce the $15 billion slash Cabinet member 4 year until these discrepancies would undermine seriously the ri , are cleared up. and unt . Gefense programs of United states allies including uch

dicate: ie medicine is igi ‘atl su se lg —_ A the licine | highly By Edward T. Folliat upposed to claim rhe conirover;rsial . on \ Navy spokesman said “the rae Neuberger placed ti letter purported American planes “pon the Kremlin : , ? : >, * -. Tt ——- : . : ; : | which. in quoting medical au GETTYSBURG, July 11 claimed to have flown over &!ve assurance that leared FE : Robertson «; e often the same thorities ran for 10 pages, into Having reaffirmed his decision Russia July 4. 5 and 9 were @0ne in Stalin's name noth sides ae as Sager Korea : ; Tv F , ; ; . : " ' . : " e : " rhe ic : Cc > if that another pi | we ~m0n the record of the Senate In- to stand for reelection, Presi-| not United States Navy planes.”}¥ndone, and that such policies eeeen. , aid a dra ams hew hi np" ati 4 will + eo Williams contended ti in tic cut without a cushion propriations wa ; ; lerior Commitlee dent Fisenhower will confer Moscow Radio, meanwhile, ¥! Hot ecul he , : " . 9 . : san ; F " . : . , . . making in the lous mimit = . ; Dr. Scheele said in one part _ broadcast the text of the Soviet Apparently worried by formation Sen. Samuel J. Ervin Would a rude shock and a tee He «aid he «: no re n > wor f the letter that ts (dicu here Thursday with Republican note on alleged violations of its Ne®ru's continuing criticism Jt (D-N.C.), the measure’s 5€Tious thing why the tiou .f re} ' ween weows marol) use and duration of National Chairman Leonard W air space. It claimed “a twin-en Dulles emphasized that Indian floor manage! had given the \ sweeping § udy of the en- : 1 af , : Va ae ; . wr oe le " = om Pons " ° . , - ,ict if » oT : T duct hearwmes and inciude t : , ‘\ treatment are matters to be de--Hall about convention plans gined medium bomber of the American relations are fun-|Senate about the Administra. “re 4 : hg eg! meanv le, | . rows _<\termined by the physician in trateg United States Air Force from damentally good” despite what tion's position on it was “not W45 voted by the Senate. It ap ~\ | ¥. . hes " . " individua’ pa the American zone of Ger- he called a “great deal of sur-| rue proved by voice vote a $300,000 many” flew over East Germany face agitation,” the Associated Ervin said he hadn't tried “to ‘®quiry Dy a special committes : . . ; Ana » 7" . 4 . . . Se Dae . ‘OT if , 7. | sie nrobab " ; . ave announce d but the } reside mt is and Poland and intruded into Pres« fur ther rep irted a ceive . 1S ad anvone mehation ed \) Une full forgign : 9 = " " ° " ans . ¥ . ae ry ¢ : 14 . . ve) " eserys . for hearing 7 Ps : ; lio ru , <i . . exper ted to fly to San Francisco Russia neal Grodno at 9 35 There are of cou! co * , adding had her ) in in aLiOfT 5 teed _ os Pnio};r Valt DP; tern , a ne ami : . fere »< for : ns the att the Vemocrats am epubdiicans on week and is a . =e when properly adminis- and make a speech in the Cow a. m said, “differences in our vi - rmed - , the Appropriation d "ork or LOD , , “*. \ yy red undae controlled con Pa! ' , ins The note « harged that the about a good many interna. \ omme * t ommittee tral POTVUDT Talons an Armed july Zi ' , \ n mn revers ons to property selected pa ae eS So bomber remained over Russia tional affairs . but | hawe there were no opjections to the pervices Committees The linuse or : ; ' ' ; m i Writ tients b or under direction of lion for a second term for one hour and 32 minutes constantly emphasize ad ve do ill irom any, Covernment = up i slated to report to the group out A a physician trained in its use.” That is one of the matters penetrating up to 320 kilome- not hold that against India } agencies senate Jan. 3! il accom Williams said two provisions Most of the cut in the appro

and campaign it has never been officially

and the va ; ree y i sl he GI Ste neras rhe letter said everal dis ief Fxecutive may want ters (over 200 miles). following Dulles said he w ' _ conduct earit funsel to ai Brith advant: an attend use of the | a eat i. There route from Minsk to Vilnius pany President Eisenhower to '" the bu! would permit the priation bul ~$1.3 billion—was

Sen am uf Pag ; medicin and careful planning - og ug ; o Kaunas to Kaliningrad Panama City for the Inter. Government to buy DacK irom) '" miiitary aid to Lnited Wash : 7 . | Walt afte hour ¢ of the dosages is necessary are others such as r example, It also claimed a similar type American Presidents confer. the Waterman Steamship Co States friends and allies. Interstate a! | | | Z The persistence of the drug the question of who is to make UsaF plane from West Ger- ence, July 21-22 of Mobile, Ala, 20 vessels al \s passed by the House, the mecenarhe | list did for several days after its with-'the speech putting the soldier- .,,, penetrated Russia al $1.600.000 each. He said the bil! carries $1.7 billion in mili- iio meee @ the Co » inde ~wihe enit Walter's drawal may be a disadvantage, statesman in nomination, 8.54 a. m. the following day company had bought these tary aid to 36 countries, com deme y | Oe teal Rosner : ed Geant te Seanhe eke The talk here Tuesday, when near Brest flying to Pinsk Tadar %. I, d =m ships from the Government 12 pared with the $3 billion asked Burke va OU A el . one Ewart nomi! on al- Republican leaders of Congress| Raranovichi, Kaurus and Ka . a@ex lo 15 years ago at an average Sy Mr. Eisenhower eimne ; me > ng , , ountered: most was lost sight of mn the were in tows. was that Presi- liningrad, “penetrating up to \ : , price of $800,000 to $900,000 i provides for $1.7 billion or : +4""S " oan probably avai war of Committee words. The dent Fisenhower wants Rep 150 kilometers” and remaining Pe; > The bill in question, a nong CCONOMINA aid to 4 crountrie 1 am going to st , : to lle ary s outbreaks started wilh ques (Charies A, Halleck (R-Ind.) to over Russia one hou! ana 20 , ' othe! inings would have al in all 4 countries would get be saserte: oe Commu tions about D’Ewart’s knowl make the nominating spee< h minutes : IPE | lowed the Commerc Depart aid under the bill with 28 get

Che Fairfax pet , _ rmed “dreadful see D’EWART. Page 11, Col. 2 The President is known to De Russia also charged another nice , ' | T | ment to charter surplus tank-| Ung both military and economic nrolect wou he we dadeniai of ploy ni a strong admirer of Halleck and LSAF twin engined bomber “'¥o>* , seetetes ers lo private companies charg aid : ta development of ree & te: non ¢@ in the . - of his ability as an orator “penetrated Soviet territory to , ing them $150,000 a year pei liouse GOP leaders repeated ef the county a! slta would me} thes fi. fiwiy Stee] Negotiation Then there is the question of a considerable depth” on July Dixor ' o ship i) scolded their colleagues for he » source of annova pportunits : rg Mr. Eisenhower's own part in 5, and that on July 9 “new vio-| Editoria hopper’s Pg. « A hotly disputed provision ‘ailing to back the President in netilion “as< re . u ne ni *Tfamation To Resume’ loday the campaign, W hen he is to lations of >oviet air space Dv ( lod ale would have permitted ine com. O15 repeated ane soem pleas Frnest W. Reis: id rue ive made it clear start and just how much he is American aircraft were record ry ors 53 | panies to trade in two dry car-|'0 restore at least part of pre a committee opp o 1 ait rganization’s main con Sen. GOP Leader Wil- ed Financial .26-26 55 go vessels, by selling them to Vious cuts in the aid program nant Tne : é | abilitation.”| Stee} iio eliebel ¢ liam F. Knowland (Cal.), in an [The Red note charged the Gor A 55 the Government, to raise part | But neither the Republican action vesterday iney a > Si id recall help agreed ne i) mnion Mouncing here Tuesday that flights were “for reconnaissance vormen $ 39 of the cost of building the new ‘aders nor anyone -— woe reade are Of ard , pl ts a foes blacklisted |eaders in Pittsburgh today in the President was “in the purposes,” declaring they con-| Horoscor | Weather 20 dry cargo-tankers See AID, Page 11, Col. 3 the airpo! ent ent artists Dy seek an efor ta end the ii-dav-old race to stay,” quoted him as stituted ‘deliberate action by ?,

Meanwhi aT See BLACKLIST Pre. 12. Col. 1 steel strike See IKE, Page 2, Col. I certain United States ele

shall Butler (R-M ° IPE NS. ie ee ments calculated to aggravate Papers Speculate on His Dow nfall

would take ecretal UsS-( SSR relations at a time of e Week i\wnen international tension

New Bill Locked in Conference easing and Gen Nathan

mee iztina has been visting Rue /(uests al Reception Deny Khrushchey

25 Drug Addicts Left Fre am » Drug Addicts Left Free to Roat "Resor? Weather |Insulted West in Drunken Moments

By Death of District Commitment RBEW ety PRT itecoon, ny so septamsons wl oe em ees

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first withdrawal ing to get conferees together High 78-84 of w bmcatang reception for visiting Western Lt. Gen. Tage Anders = a ane Se a So far the rush toward ad Fri; Chenes airmen denied today that Rus-|in the Danish capital that he Was Mr. K rude at that

' . from the dru according to - . = rr dee , . arty? , nif Ze) i: ed 4 - g & iournment has blocked a meet- oo Howes, 4 sian leaders were anything saw nothing out of the ordinary party asked the Daily Ex

yfive known drug United States Attorney Olive: ine : . NS ses3 more than cordial despite per-\at the party poces are wandering Washing- Gasch The Senate and House dis | oS sistent reports that Soviet Com-| “I saw no intoxicated or But Daily Mail Reporter ton’s streets He said yesterday he would agreed on two items in the Dill : i munist Party chief Nikita noisy person he said. And he Walter Farr said he learned PHONE TODA / » gre at large. officials await disposition of the Dis- The Senate version allowed " Khrushchev was drunk and in- derided the reports to the con- trom an authority in a@ posi i i a aie : . ; : eit : : , 7 . - 9 + . ; “e« Te ti o sy. because Congressional au- trict’s bill before proceeding Federal agents to inspect local a sulting , trary as “pure fabrication on to know the full facts’ tha cme as Gece an tines al the cases of the 25, referred druggists’ records, contrary to |4 -. The reports that Khrushchev Twining's office in Washing the party chief Is planning a y to send them to the Fed- , him by Det. Sgt. Joseph the House-passed bill , insulted Western nations in ton issued a statement by the “long holiday Farr said the weekend want ads eral Narcotics Hospital at Lex- Gabrys. head of the Metropoli- Referrals to Lexington could , general and United States Air Air Force chief that “an air of party chief now must be ai ‘“ * ak on ington,“ Ky expired June 30. tan Police narcotics squad be made for two more years, Force Chief of Staff Gen. cordiality prevailed at the garded as a drunk who iS pray

" © vig few powers to commit ad Whether police will be able under the House bill. The Sen- || we tase 4 Nathan Twining and British reception | ing into his enemies hands. atwaday & Sunda iet« to Leximgton are con- to find the addicts later pre- ate called for an indefinite ex- | Air Minister Sir Nigel Birch in’ But two Senators said Twin rhe enemies were identified Clacsit 4 in a proposed fareoties sents # -preblem.Under present tension | particular raised speculation in ing told them that at one point as former Foreign Minister | toh law for the District. law, police release addicts after The proposed District law the British press today that the in the shindig Premier Nikolai V. M. Molotov, former Premier of The ecked in Senate-House confer- giving their names to Gasch. If would aid treatment of addicts, fy portly party boss might be on A. Bulganin went up to Khrush- George M. Malenkov and First Washington Post ence the drug users don't answer a contro! the sale of “thrill” pills 4 his way to political oblivion chev and told him, “Be quiet Deputy Premier Lazar Kagano- Until conferees clear the bill. subpena. police wil) have to and make night searches easier. || of showers But both Twining, through you are talking too much vitch, a brother-in-law of Stalin. the addicts’ only hope for treat- search the city for them, ac An addict discovered by po- || his office in Washington. and) The London newspapers -— All were Stalinists. It was ment at overcrowded D. C. cording to Gabdrys lice, under the new bill, could } ; > uk wes ther 8 the chief of the Danish air except for the Communist Khrushchev who launched the RE. 7-\ 234 General Hospital. But facilities District Committee aides on be held until his court erdered L force in Copenhagen denied Daily Worker~-speculated that campaign to debunk the late

there allow only 10 days care Capitol Hill said they were try- removal to the hespital. iatbiraree Potond Teme tenis ae that there was anything but a Khrushchev may be drinking Premier.

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the children in des rate need the Democratic Senatorial ( am rive te get & aime of REBUILT of school rooms —_ States Rights Party candidates

Daren -omm Tt Sen. John . Sparkmar p-7* +4 Oo Oe f Waeshiestes fer presidential electors on the MOTORS : ee . . Al; the 1952 D ' 2 ws y tom = Non ° Four Washington teen-agers received a Bohar. 16: Betsy Blair, 18: George Andrews, a ; 32 Democratic vice | | . tres 6 general election ballot

nre<c omit ; Lomi i< Rou ide: (ow _ acares . : ; Congressional sendoff here yesterday when 18, and Jean Leckwood, 17. They are part re . a 2, ae = the Colorade State Democrats whe Senn Giadies NO DOWN PAYMENT $99.00 they left on the 4th leg of their cross- of a Ti-section team which will present a how Republicans helped battle Convention July Chandler said his group is Easy Credit on Any item if Desired country bicycle relay from Portland, Me.., scroll te President Eisenhower at the Ke ip a Senate-passed housing new —not « revival of the State« WITH EXCHANGE to San Francisco. Left to right, Jimmy publican National Convention. bill in the House New States Rights Rigs Demecrats which en- ' Sparkman and Humphres Partw Is Organized tered slates of electors im ai both said the “part-time Presi : number ef states in the 1948 Te re dent” issue will be injected inte SHREVEPORT. La. Jely 1! general election (/ N ixon Return : Rea dy to Run W ith Ike the campaign atesniaiieinel r._:-ormation of a new inde The mew party. Chandler said,| “4 CLUTCHES + Z 5 News Service reported pendent political party The i mot support candidates in * Sparkman said thic ic in. States Right« Party of Lour? the Republican or Democratic! eviladbie herawee thats what ana “ae annewerred tocay & ms as lene as they hack

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