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Fort Pierce News-Tribune (Newspaper) - September 30, 1954, Fort Pierce, Florida fort Beach Primary aad FORT PIERCE Daily in the Heart of the Famous Indian River VOL. NO. 250 FORT FLORIDA SEPTEMBER 1954 Single lie LOCAL DATA M period ending U in. WEDNESDAY Max. W 31in__________------------------ Rain BEACH TEMPERATURES a.m. Air 77, Ocean 82 Nixon Convinced GOP Leading In Nine Senate Races But Party Faces Uphill Battle to Retain Control of the Vice President Campaign Waxes Hot in Kentucky By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Vice President Nixon says a look at 10 Senate races has convinced him Republicans hold the lead in 9 while facing an uphill battle to retain control of the Nixon told newsmen at N. yesterday he GOP candidates are in the lead in contests for ate seats in Nebraska and New Two seats are up in each of the latter two Nixon was not optimistic about Judge Refuses Immediate End To Segregation Arms Control Plan Okayed By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A move by a group of Ohio groes to bring about an immediate end to public school segregation has been blocked by the ruling of A a federal while the governor of Delaware pondered ways to ease i ost And his appraisal did not include generally regarded as one of the key states in the battle for Senate controL Former Vice President Alben Barkley opens there tonight his formal campaign to try to unseat GOP Sen. John Sherman Gov. Lawrence Wetherby and four former governors arranged to be on band to plug for Barkley at a big party rally in at 75, has outlined a calling for two or more a Put Forward By Adenauer Is Based On Compromise Air of Elation and Optimism Surrounds Con- ference Meeting Place and Hopes Soar That Full Agreement on Defense Plan is Near German spokesman announced day the nine-power conference on freeing and rearming Germany has approved a compromise plan for establishing and controlling a European arms The put forward by Belgian Foreign Minister Paul-Henri would divide responsibility for guards on runaway German rearmament between a new European alliance and the North Atlantic Treaty France had insisted on the authority controls while West British and American out for NATO super- The German spokesman told newsmen the Spaak compromise met with the approval of y i f y teW problems in gures ysra state between the North came with and Negro leaders said at today they planned to carry their fight to the Supreme Court if The immediate situation in Ohio centers at The National Assn. for the Advancement of Colored People is spearheading the John L. president of the Ohio conference of the NAACP said he was at U.S. Judge John H. refusal to act now on a request to halt ia Billsboro In turning down a plea for an the jurist said that any decision given at this time might be contrary to the pattern of gration yet to be decided on by the Supreme stand was an of by an NAACP who said he would file an appeal in the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati ion in Massachusetts GQp National and New Chairman Leonard W. Hall in Iowa and Sen. Everett Dirksen in Nixon came in for renewed cism from Chairman Stephen Mitchell of the Democratic al who accused him of a dishonest game of words to give a false A spokesman said Mitchell was standing behind his though it was that The TANGLED WRECKAGE of the two-seater plane from which the two occupants walked away late Wednesday is shown after it crashed in flames in a citrus grove west of Fort Said by the pilot to have burst into flames while still the ship plowed a furrow into the grove for an estimated 200 feet before coming to a In the Billy and Glenn look over the charred framework with Deputy Sheriff Fred right Staff Photo by Len Two Local Persons Injured As Plane Burns Two persons were injured in the of s. small plane into an A rezoning of residential lines which allowed only 11 Negro dents to attend previously classes brought about the NAACP In Gov. J. Caleb Boggs sought ways to bring peace to troubled areas in the southern part of that Schools are being boycotted at Milford and nearby communities by white lies who object to the integration of 11 Negro students at the tary high school where dents attend Only 537 students is a registration of reported for classes here and in four surrounding Boggs today sifted tions from his attorney state education officials and on what steps to take to reach a workable A leader in the fight against in- Associated Press had misquoted j orange grove west of Fort Pierce Nixon in reporting the speech about 5 p.m. Marion 1011 suffered second degree bums which touched off this particular with The AP had quoted Nixon as ing in a. Sept IS speech at S. that the Eisenhower has the out of government not hy but by the A playback yesterday of a re- cording of the speech made by a Huron radio station showed that Nixon had kicking the Communists and fellow the legs and Mrs. Willie Mae Sneed Rd. and about 450 feet from 105 N. 19th was said to have suffered second degree burns about the and possible back Tedder was treated by a iaa and Mrs. VanderBrand was admitted to local she was reported Thursday in fair Meeting of tomato growers who plan to use the auction at the State Farmers Market here the hand to answer questions coa elers and security risks out of the J Sheriffs Deputies Fred Kendall not by the hundreds but by the It was on the basis of the AP count that Mitchell on Sunday Nixon of outright Nixon said later Mitchell was from the hip before he gets the Mitchell's reply Mr. Nixon conglomerates fellow travelers and security risks ia one he is playing a dishonest game of words to give a false It is as though a police chief boasted about capturing of kidnapers and parking when his records show one suspected one suspected kidnaper and 2.000 parking introduced at Albany by j retiring Gov. Thomas E. and Lannie who gated the quoted Tedder as saying that the plane caught fire in air and that he it in the orange The grove is located about 300 feet west of Orange Ave. The small two-seater Cub belonging to Glade and Grove Supply knocked over four orange trees and severed power lines before coming to a stop and The plane was described as a total Tedder was reported to have pulled Mrs. VandenBrand from the burning SANITARY DISTRICT TO BUY DREDGE TO FIGHT MOSQUITOES By this time next year toes and sandflies should be con- fronted by full-scale permanent eradication methods if present plans of the Lucie County Sanitary District don't get snagged somewhere along the The district made up of members of the St. Lucie County already has set in a special permanent State Board of Health experts would designate the areas to be filled and bow much filling should be The marshy areas on the islands and along the west shore of the Indian River are believed the biggest pest breeding Konrad Adenauer and Pre- mier Pierre Mendes-France and was also acceptable to the other He described the Spaak memorandum put before conference today as The German announcement came shortly before thc nine for- eign ministers reassembled far their afternoon An air of elation and optimism surrounded Lancaster where the momentous conference is being over chances of an agreement to put German divisions in the line against Communist Hopes soared as a result of the pledge by British Foreign tary Anthony Eden yesterday that British troops and air forces will be kept on the European mainland indefinitely if the conference A good welcome was also given The money in the u.S. Secretary of State eradication fund from the State Board of which con- eradication account and by this j of the total time next hopes to district budget each year toward Growers Using Farmers Market Are to Meet There Friday Night Don Coe the Indian River ex- periment station here will be on coming season is to be held at the market at 8 o'clock Friday night At the same it was Market Manager M. E. Williams will make a report on the buyers who have indicated they will be at the market during the season to buy the offerings Norm an Hayslip and Dr. ing the suggested spraying ule that has been worked out by the station and copies of widen were recently mailed to all enough money to buy a pumper believed to be one of effective Indian River county's pest con- trol board already has purchased a dredge which was put into ation this The members of the St. Lucie board visited Vero Beach last Tuesday afternoon and watched it. in According to Douglas a member of the the permanent Each mosquito and sandfly con- trol district in Florida gets similar state Since the St. Lucie district's budget amounts to some next three-quarters of that or is expected from the state for permanent along with roughly a bers are agreed to go ahead with 1 000 carryover from hist year's plans to a dredge for St Lucie budget will be put in the Base cost is estimated at around to The idea behind the dredge is that the machine can be used to fill hi marshy believed permanent eradication should give the district nearly with which to work at the end of the coming fiscal officials by entomologists with the State i That should mean plenty of Board of Health to be the trouble for mosquitoes and ing places for mosquitoes and 1 Other matters of interest to the growers may be brought out j at the and all of them are urged to in Brvant said that H the opposition wins j nn tno of of Congress on Nov. 2 Wilson ment of White The dispute over segregation be- gan in Delaware almost two weeks and Bowles has taken an tive part for the past He plans meeting at which a call wDl be made to oust School Supt Ramon C. Cobbs at Building Permits Are Behind September of 1953 Promises Probe Western Union Asks Rate Hike Chicago convection and from whose ranks most of the gains the crats make will inevitably Asked to name Democratic ate candidates he would term Nixon listed Richard L. Neuberger in Oregon Carroll in and John Sale of Licenses Expected to Exceed Last Year MIAMI BEACH Rep. uel Celler said today he would investigate Secretary of De- fense Charles when he TALLAHASSEE Western Un- ion Telegraph Co. today applied to Army Adding More Arms And Stepping Up Tempo Is Revealed WASHINGTON Army least for some at about adding a new long range the level of a training missile to its is only Between 10 and 15 promise that he would urge Ike in Message Of Sympathy To Honduras DENVER Ifl President hower today sent a message of sympathy to the people of duras and promised additional aid to the victims of floods which have hit that country this The President's message went out as he scheduled another light day at his vacation headquarters so far as visitors are He arranged to confer on vate business with his personal at- John Jackson of New His only other scheduled pointment was with Secretary of Agriculture In Washington Gen. James A. Van said he would report to the President today his findings on his recent mission to the Far East to survey military and economic But Asst. Press Secretary ray Snyder said the President had no appointment with Van He there was a possibility the Chief Executive and JVan might confer later the The prospect for the afternoon was another round of with perhaps time out for a look on television at the second game of the World The President saw the Giants win the opener in the 10th inning halting his round of golf temporarily at the ninth hole to do so. He went out to Cherry Hills Country Club after his personal Maj. Gen. Howard M. reported that results of the Chief Executive's annual ical check-up indicate he is to maintain an excellent state of dent Eisenhower to renew the pledge to maintain troops in Eu- rope if a rearmed Germany was brought into the Atlantic The other eight foreign ministers apparently think chances of ment are so good that they are practically ignoring ing that failure might result in withdrawal of the American forces from The ministers met for two hours this Adenauer and Mendes-France arranged to get gether late today to talk over the issue of granting West Germany complete FIRST AD LEAD ALL CONFERE Adenauer predicted the delegates would finish their task tonight notably the thought the detail would take somewhat longer to work out Reflecting the dence that an agreement was Dulles advanced his expected date of departure for Washington to night Previously he had planned to fly home going very well Foreign Secretary Lester B. Pearson told newsmen at the noon A British Foreign Of- fice spokesman added that good progress was made at the morning A conference source said the spent most of the morning discussing a compromise proposal submitted by Belgian Foreign Min I ister Paul-Henri on the made it impossible to hoist the Boy Stricken by Polio Plucked From Transport England UK Britain's Royal Navy rushed a copter and a tug through the stormy Atlantic today and plucked a 4-year-old American boy stricken with polio from a troop trans- port bound for The helicopter delivered an iron lung needed urgently for little Lee Oliver of but the strong Atlantic winds the Florida Public Utilities Com- j the number of its i per cent of the of a j of of air the mission for an intrastate increase divisions and buying more combat This stepped-up Army tempo was j Aside from giving the Army the man mis tempo wass is was reported to call icr disclosed in z series of for a quick expansion harj control the dav Of the five divisions into full fight ments here day af becomes chairman of the House j in telegraph rates corresponding Judiciary Committee in the recently authorized inter- Celier told the CIO Union of Radio and The commission said the ter a conference ia Colorado the program chine Workers he also would j cation would be set down for a j among President makes possible another program Treaty look into the labor of public hearing at Tallahassee at a of the Army Robert T. announced eral General Electric to be announced vens Gen. Matthew B. of stationed The proposed tariff filed with Array's chief of posed new the North Atlantic September permits j sued this year seemed sure Sale of new sold September total on this last dav of the Permits issued in 1954, reached while per mits for the present September are far behind with a total of as of aoon the last day of the drivers licenses month appeared j to go over the i ton Gen. Maurice Then the tug was ordered into It took the boy on a er in a delicate transfer operation which required keeping the iron lung connected to an electricity disclosed Eden without tossed into the committee Tne tug hurried through 60 miles This will involve German sovereignty a proposal j of choppy seas to Southampton to the his of the Western Big Three Caroline Jean and their final agreement i Dorothy 34. to a units of similar c- Dame sald i a license had been at Judge office and the total granted during September jof last year was j Through the same number of last 10.375 had been I After the 1953-34 licenses are no longer associates while serving greater on messages to nearby i called The sry of j points and smaller to more pon is presumably like promise The distances are measured others of its of carrying an when I become airline n. The current plan of on station man of the Judiciary Committee Ij A volume discount 4s provided atomic on the arms military He was Eden would give the Germans j taken then to the Southampton practically full control over Hospital here in this port internal aad external j Details of Redstone's capability i months stay months righl to rearm for b pretty good shall investigate General for so that some are feut is at j prOposal shocked j Mrs. Oliver 3. A contract for French and even surprised the f I their j message for all over 100 The possibility of Celler A net increase of slightly for FD look for a more congenial decorator in the Want w Many Casualties From Bombardment HONG KONG Chinese Nationalist bombardment of Amoy has resulted in many casualties among the civilian the Communist radio in Fukien re- ported The sky over Quemoy was filled with heavy smoke last Week after direct hits on ammunition dumps ind the radio ing chairman of the Judiciary 5 per cent is provided for press Array said it Corp. last contract as final touch Committee hinges upon his re- in November and the needed to start limited year This brings the total j The new like the change is called for in Redstone project so far to j be earned out at medium tanks was j with Chrysler Corp. informants Eden may awarded to actually is a of au earlier put this idea forward solely for the initial on the French to I tu w of Chrysler completed quickly oa WEATHER Partly little through scattered showers tion of a Democratic House 15 words forj lems German sovereignty armament Declarations by Eden and Dulles The IUE outlined long range plans for a strike against General Electric sext SAN FRANCISCO bia Pictures official shot himself to death in the Palace Hotel here yesterday while talking with his estranged wife in Hollywood via the office re- He was Jack 47, trans- and 50 words for day letters and night Western Union said additional revenues were needed to pay for increasing operating more than 22 million the yesterday concerning the Hand Grenade Kills Turkish Children Turkey Five school children were killed and three seriously injured yesterday when 2. In a move which will add to i operated tank factory at I of British and American troops on its although Del. the Continent apparently have gone p not to its total the Army announced a program to boost the number divisions as combat outfits to 25 in the next two This will be done by giving to five of the present six training divisions nations 6s combat ping them with arms for Battle field fighting and organizing them along combat Strike Level Low activity over Uie nation continued at a low level during the Labor De- Bureau of Labor tics said The bureau said there were 550 strikes in August idling about a hand grensde they had But the manpower size of the 000 workers for 3.385.000 man days mostly afternoon showers FORECAST JACKSONVILLE through .ST a long way to curbing French ob- jections based on fear of a resurgent Eden promised that British sions would be maintained on the Continent indefinitely if an ment was reached to rearm West Germany as NATO's 35th Dulles warned that if vliere was no agreement the United States might have to withdraw its forces from chief for the as they played with apparently will i of but he expressed hope the Low i conference would Partly cloudy weather with tered moderate northeast to east winds through Weather summary for the cal Caribbean Sea and eastern Gulf of Weather conditions are about normal over thc area with no signs of a cal Friday South Bridge Tides High p m a.m. 6'40 TI. Breakwater tides 2 hours earlier
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