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   Daily Inter Lake, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1953, Kalispell, Montana                             Mostly Cloudy Mostly cloudy today with few light showers and cooler High to day 57 High Friday 63 low Fri day night 29 No precipitation Sunrise 7 sunset Youre set youre safe youre sure With Prestone AntiFreeze Pd Adv THE DAILY INTER LAKE 46TH YEAR NO 137 KALISPELl Jo OCTOBER 18 1953 10 CENTS Dulles Says Big 4 Meet Is Possible By W G LANDBEY LONDON Oct 17 S Secretary of State John Foster Dul les said today the U S has no ob jections to a meeting of President Eisenhower Soviet Premier Geor gi Malenkov British Prime Mini ister Winston Churchill and French j Premier Joseph Laniel Dulles told British Foreign Sec retary Anthony Eden and French1 Foreign Minister Georges Bidaultj however that the foreign ministers of the United States Britain MidEast C Leyte Blast Toll Mounts To 36 Dead BOSTON Oct 17 UP FBI Soviet Police Arrest 11 Pilots To Prevent Planned Mass Escape By JOSEPH FLEMING The bureau said the 11 pilots BERLIN Oct 17 antilwere arrested bv the Soviet secret1 Communist Information Bureaupolice iust before they were to West said Soviet secret police artake oii for West Germany to askj rested 11 Soviet jet fighter pilots political asylum France and Russia would have to aSents take care of the long tedious preparations for any such meetj ing President Wants Peace Churchill repeatedly has aboard the explosiontorn aircraft carrier Leyte today as the easual mounted to 36 dead Others among the 40 injured jr ere expected to die Several of c posed a meeting of the Big 22 in hospitals were in critical chiefs of state to try to iron outcondition he worlds problems Eden asked bis colleagues today for an exj change of views on the Churchill number of Soviet air force prowere expected to die Several of Personnel also were arrested Sabotage Hinted A threeman Naval board of in proposal at their meeting here flown here from Washing Arabs Move Up Troops After Village Attack By ELIAV SIMON JERUSALEM Oct 17 Arab nations rushed troop and artillery reinforcements and dug into battle positions along the Is raeli border today as the tense MidEastern crisis snowballed ul Big Three western powers The West Berlin informationsaid the Retzow falled at the United Nations in gathering organization which has1 a center of antiSoviet dissension NewYork for a Security Council reUable sources in Eastern Gersince January when 17 Soviet offleeting on the matter of tension many said the plot was squashed ficers and engineers were arrested between Israel and neighboring Russian Zone of Germany j this month to prevent a mass eswere to aid the icape of Russian fliers to The ground personnel arrested of the pi West The agency said that a The arrested air force members were accused of espionage and great sabotage in the interests of the block the mass escape to reau said The West Berlin organization early this month at the Soviet airfor sabotage after five MIG jet VIDEO Bachman left and John Penwell Kalispell officials for the Northwest Videc Company inspect the companys TV aerial on Buffalo Hill The community aerial system provided the farst television in Montana officials said Inter Lake Staff Photo Ike Urges TwoParty System for the South needs a twoparty system not a bunch ofpoliticians not a bunch of he By MERRIMAN SMITH McALLEN Tex Oct 17 President Eisenhower said at or anybody else Orleans today that the south needs a twoparty system to be truly j Its the South that needs a two emancipated and then flew to party system if it is to be truly Texas for a weekend of rest in emancipated If the Republicans winr today they have toeome down and been in a political organization for years and years has been Demo cratic Xray Survey Passes 80 INTER LAKF TV SECTION A special television section starts on page 18 of todays Sunday iritSTSiiice Included inline section is a roundup of the progress of Kal ispells community antenna tel evision system and hints for persons already owning or planning to buy television sets Correction The caption un der the picture of Edward R Murrow calling attention to his See It Now television show on page 20 should read that his program appears on Tuesdays beginning at p m in stead of on Democratic Gov Allan Shivers 23room home Mr Eisenhower and Presidentfind someone they can trust and Adolfo Ruiz Cortines of Mexico say here is a good man that will dedicate interna represent the viewpoint of this re1 tiqnal Falcon Dam across the Rio gion because everybody that has Gfrande Monday Mr Eisenhower be in Shivers palatial lower Rio Grande valley home Shary land until Monday morning Fighting Speech Just before his plane the Colum bine took off from Moisant Inter national Airport at New Orleans he made a fighting speech to aj group of Louisiana Republicans who saw him off You have got brains enough to know that it is the South that tion had been reached when the Thursday while on a hunting trip Charles L Sheridan Rites Set Monday HELENA Oct 17 J Hugo Aronson announced today that all state offices will close from 2 to 3 p m Monday out of respec More than 80 per cent of Flatto the late State Treasurei head Countys xrayable populaj Charles L Sheridan who died er No Ammo Aboard A naval officer said it was for Trieste Dispute SoJOEl Deitf Gilds Bidault expressed Frances views tunate that no ammunition or jet fuej was aboard the 27000 lieved to be Eden ton carrier Otherwise he Arab states Troops Moved Up Jordan moved troops and artil lery into the old city of Jerusalem and along its border with Israel United Nations observers here re ported Syrian troops dug trenches along the IsraeliSyrian border north of the sea of Galillee I The tense situation developed western government would resign fTi if Britain and the United States Committee said toi While Dulles was explaining theton ioined agents and field at Retzou 60 miles north of fighters crashed on takeoff in twoj U S stand on the question heFBI men m their search for Berlin jdays doodled on a piece of scratch Icause ot tte four blasts which paper the President w a n t s rPped through tte huU of the peace slllp wlule sne was being refitted The secretary of state said the at a Naval pier in South Boston Big Four foreign ministers wouldi Reports grew that sabotage rath have to work out preliminaries forf tte handling of a a toplevel Big Four conference torch around fuel oil because Eisenhower cannot afford Boston worst ship to be away from the United States long enough to thrash out the in terminable details involved Giuseppe Pella said today his proj WASHINGTON Oct not officially disclosed but be wiucji wiac jit Said did not comment on the issue casualties might have been wifjiiuiiLnc oatu break their promise to award Zone if President Eisenhower fails1 A of Trieste to Italy Pella also revealed that Italy to present a balanced budget next year were to find t h Churchill is expected to explain Britains stand in the matter him self Wjtgn he lunches with the for j guard against Marshal Titos great as in the sinking of the teTSh ftr A Th The NeW RePuWican to march into Zone A the that his nmtnisp stroyerminesweeper Hobson after calling that his party promised a it collided with the aircraft carrier eign ministers at the conclusion Wasp with a loss of 175 lives last tomorrow of their threeday conyear Most of the bodies in the Leyte were found sprawled in warrant officers quarters Others floated ference Yield to West Germany At their second session today the foreign ministers also decided Passageways filled withywater to yield to West German demands firemens hoses Some hung and defer proposed nonaggressionMelessly fromladders burned or hegoflations with Russia until j by anoke they tried some agreement is reached on reach topside future of Germany and AustriaH spiked rumors that The question is likely to provelsome of dead men were con jmoment Italian soldiers enter the balanced budget in the 1952 cam jpaign indicated that if federal in come does not match federal next year the Republic may feelthe wrath of the vot 1954 elections Most high administration offi zone Pella speech also that made clear in Italy has not his re nounced its claims to all of Trieste i and that it strongly opposes Yugoers in slav annexation of Zone B Justice Department Clears McCarthy 1953 chest xray survey came to a close Saturday night Officials reported that 507 xrays were taken Saturday by mobile units operating at the Save Way Drug and Cornelius Hedges School bringing the total for the Sheridans body will lie in state at the capitol from a m to 1 p m Monday A military honor Driver Exam Test Series Interrupted Highway Patrol Driver Examindrive to 18644 A total of 2110 of er Max Blakesley who conductedthese were taken during the past driver exams in Kalispell Fridayweek in Kalispell and Saturday was called to Helena j Friday 417 xrays were taken 5 to attend the funeral of former I Elrod School and at the First Najbody then will be taken to Great Highway Patrol Supervisor Charles tional Bank where mobile units i Falls for military funeral services guard will be supplied by Mon tanas National Guard for the body of Sheridan one of the states outstanding heroes o World War I Funeral services will be held at St Peters ProCathedral in Hel ena at 2 p m Monday Sheridans Sheridan patrol officials an nounced Saturday Driver exams will not be given Monday due to Blakesleys abl sence They will be resumedTues day at 9 a m when he returns Jlxams are given at the Kalispell City Hall from 9 a m to 5 p m I daily Saturday hours are from 9 a in to 12 noon were located at p m Are You the 10th Ses Page 7 of Todays Paper President Says US Must Have More Stronger Friends Abroad NEW ORLEANS Oct 17 The President said that through President Eisenhower said today such gateways as New Orleans America must have more and Americans have traded with their stronger friends abroad and he sol emnly asked United States travel foreign friends on a mutually profitable basis is lication that Russia will agree to talks The Soviets already lave rejected the idea once and he Russian Communist organ Pravda began sneering at the non ggression proposal even before it vas formally advanced Solon Soys Spy Ring Still Going NEW YORK Oct 17 UP A spokesman for Sen Joseph R Mc Carthy said today investigation of alleged espionage at Fort Mon mouth N J shows the Rosenberg spy ring may still be in operating conspiracy transmitting vital ra dar and electronics secrets to the cials have just afcout abandoned hope of getting a balanced budget Informed sources said that after a joint conference of American British and French officials the western nations had decided to take the issue to the United Na tions Consultations Held United Nations sources York confirmed that consultations on an official level had been held by western power represen tatives on the mideastern crisis The Jordan oners who were on work Commie Pamhplets Denounce Nixons MELBOURNE Australia Oct Justice Department today but the Treasury Department is still inves tigating his finances s question j Taber disagreed He told men he had never yet seen a I committee to consider the Jewish outrages The attack Wednesday was by budget he 1 Israeli with mortars and doubted that the one to be preiother assult equipment on three sented by President Eisenhower j villages across the Jor Attorney General Herbert Brownin January would be any excepidan borderThey killed 54 per eU Jr disclosed that his departtion ment uncovered no violations j Contrary to the views of some of federal law during its long invesjhis Republican colleagues includ sons 41 houses and destroying The Israeli raid foHowed Jor tigation of McCarthy and of the ing Chairman W Sterling Cole Rjdanian raids into Israel climaxed 17 of leaflets senatorial election in MaryiNY of the Atomic Energy Com by the bombing of a village house nouncing U S Vice President i land in which McCarthy played a jmittee Taber does not feeKhe goviin which a mother and two child ntroversial role iernment should step up defense ren were killed In giving McCarthy a clean bill spending next year Richard Nixon as Tricky Dick were distributed today at Mel bournes famous Caulfield health the Justice Department way where Nixon saw a darkhorse also cleared Sen William Benton Soviet Union The spokesman Robert L Jones administrative assistant to Sen Charles E Potter RMich of win Australias second biggest horse race McCarthy had demand ed that the elections subcommittee McCarthys permanent investigajney with Laurence Short the Melbourne policesaid the leaf1 check Bentons financesafter he were distribj ing accused by Benton of fraud uted by local Communists who1 and deceit i also painted antiNixon and antij American signs on city walls and fences j Highly placed Australian leaders j here credited the steppedup Com munist campaign against Nixons visit to the American vice presi dents friendly conference in Syd Arsonist Suspected In Big Coast Fire FBI Still Hunts For ST LOUIS Oct 17 UP A Radford Plans Trip to Europe WASHINGTON Oct 17 Adm Arthur W Radford chair man of the Joint Chiefs of Staff week for ikidnaping case was focused on the 30minute period kidnapfor revisions m Allied strategic MUer By coincidence or not Fire i in an apartment hotel and ltlnerarv wa announced OAKLAND Calif UP Marshal James Sweeny Jr said evidence that a mysterious stranj tions subcommitee said peryouthful Communisthating leader Saturday a sixalarm fire that ger might be involved jured testimony given by many of he subcommittee witnesses this week is a clear admission of of Australias ironworkers alonS the Oakland Estuary i Mrs Jean Fletcher manager of Defense Secretary Rog er M Kyes was telling an audi ence here yesterday that new won control last year after a bloody fouryears battle The major damage already hasj een done and should have been brought to light five or 10 years i ago he said This is another perfect shining example of the errible neglect in security mat ers that typified the Truman ad ministration McCarthy adjourned his subcom mittees hearings into alleged es lionage in the Army Signal Corps intil next Thursday after a morn ing session in which he said a pre i o u s 1 y cooperative witness alkcd at further questioning Todays Chuckle causing an estimated the Town House apartment hotel weapons make it necessary to re damage could have been the worksaid sne saw a third man North Atlantic Treaty Or of an arsonist Inear Hall and a cab driver who ganization strategy At the same time the Eisenhower The threehour blaze late Fridaywas with him when he checked in night gutted the Allied Enterprises Mrs Fletcher said the stranger j administration is wrestling with warehouse crammed with Army j was welldressed had black hair the Problem of how many billions supplies for Korea another wareand looked like a business man to spend next year on U S mili house and a marine works A boys voice changes when he We have every reason to bej Town House said that two suit Edward Hoffman clerk at thejtarv forces a problem that in is A girls voice changes when she answers a telephone lieve it could have been incendicases which he handled for Hall ary Sweeny said felt like they weighed 75 to 80 Foreign Trade Essential Through the knowledge and mu ers to portray their nation as peaceloving rather than one that wants war The President said there is antual understanding gained and attitude in some countries that by these People there have Americans pictured as rude imbeen built friendships based upon mature diplomats impulsive andmutual respect mutual liking and wanting war Asks Private Citizens Aid This feeling the chief executive mutual need he said He said that foreign trade such as flows both ways through this fes tive port is vital to keep the econi saidf can be partly corrected byomy healthy throughout the west U S representatives but he addedera world GE Baby Derby Nets 180 Infants NEW Oct 17 Reds Suffer New Rebuff by POWs By FRANK JORDAN PANMUNJOM Sunday Oct 18 Communists were bat ting 020 today in their attempt to win back war prisoners to com munism More trouble was expected Commission pushed into the tent day when the Reds will attempt to and announced interview 1000 antiCommunist North Koreans The Red political officers are expected to ask to tinue volves forces to be assigned NATO speech raised a question in some military quarters as to whether the groundwork is being laid for new cuts in NATO expan sion goals Walked tint WrongDoor I can not allow this to con The Reds persuasion pitch was j talk to the North Koreans who Frij The Indian general rushed the marred Saturday by a threehourday threatened to crash out of Chinese prisoner outside and into e battle for possession of one pristheil jarbed wire compounds in his own American limousine and H oner and a furious shmkicking m had him driven to a segregated General Electric Company uu 0uiuivuiniiB nounced today it had cl6sed its swearing row between Communist the neutral zone rather than meet baby derby with 180 infants born to parents working for the babies winners of five shares of stock to commemorate hat private citizens canhelp too Mr Eisenhower addressed a mammoth Mardi Gras throng athered in this old and colorful city for the 150th anniversary of Such trade sustains the United States friends abroad the Presi GEs 75th birthday A company spokesman said 103 of the infants were boys and 77 he Louisiana purchase Then place the American produc eft for a weekend of rest with tion line at the mercy of those who ov Allen Shivers of Texas hope for our destruction dent said And if those friends girls When the company an ever become hostile he warned nounced the plan nine months ago they will shut off vital exports jit anticipated about 13 births among its 200000 workers The five shares of stock for each baby are worth about officers and an American Only 19 Persuaded The Communist explanation pro gram was recessed Sunday after two days of almost futile attempts by the Reds to win back reluctant prisoners Friday the first day of the explanation talks the Reds picked up only 10 out of 500 of the prisoners who had refused repatri ation Nine out of 430 elected to return to communism Saturday Communist explanation officers Cursing and Kicking compound The Chinese was not identified but was believed to be a prison compound leader During the heated argument the An AmericanChinese Interpreter j short stocky prisoner at one point Saturday lost his temper after an walked out of the door marked for antiRed POW was questioned for three hours He cursed a Polish officer from the Neutral Nations Repatriation Commission and a Communist Chinese officer kicked him in the shins Finally Lt Gen K S Thimayya repatriation in his confusion The Communists therefore in sisted the man should be returned to Red China American observer Col K K Hansen said the United Nations will protest the long interview as chairman of the Neutral Nations and unusual punishmeot Michael Patrick Still Seeks Haven BUENOS AIRES Argentina Oct 17 Patrick OBrien the 20th century man without a country still was aboard a ship today after 13 months of wander ing at sea The liner Bretagne sailed lait night for Santos Brazil will OBrien still an unwilling passen ger Argentine officials refused to allow him to land here apparently because Me had no Argentine lisa The Dominican Republic has of fered to let him settle and countrys embassy here toued him a visa But the ambassador was unable to f Argentina to Itt him and so he could go to his new i   

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