Delphos Daily Herald, February 12, 1954

Delphos Daily Herald

February 12, 1954

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Delphos Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 12, 1954, Delphos, Ohio LATEST TELEGRAPHIC BY INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE DELPHOS HERALD OHIO Partly highest Clear and colder to lowest In creasing cloudiness with rising PRICE FOUH CENTS FRIDAY FEBBUARY 1954 SIX PAGES BIG FOUR PROGRESS FEARED MIRAGE Famine Said WideSDread In Red Chirm SATURDAY SESSION WILL TROOPS PUT ON SHORT RATION Experts Report Is First toncrcle Evidence Vet Announced That The Free World Embargo Slap ped on Communists Is To PHJ IS A BRITISH SUBJECT NOW WASHINGTON A high r anking administration official said today that Communist China is suffering widespread The who declined to be quoted by declared that intelligence rcjjorts indicate the famine in some areas is so Severe as to lead to starvation and He that Chinese troops have been put on The a policymaking member of the added that the famine raging in China is complicated by the fact that the Chinese have been forced to export food in exchange for critically short raw Todays report followed by 90 days an earlier prediction by a Far Eastern military expert that the Chinese Communists faced crop failures in both rice and At that officials said that the Reds would move to buy food from other Asiatic countries and possibly renew efforts to secure the IndoChina rice bowl by subversion or There was no indication that the food shortage has yet reached the critical point where a counterrevolution was in But the administration experts report was the first concrete evi dence yet announced that the free svorld embargo slapped on the Reds when they entered the Ko rean war is beginning to pay Referring to mounting pressure CHARLES CHAPLIN and wlfu Oona ONeill Chaplin examine her new British passport in their London after announcement that she surrendered her American citizenship to become a British The daughter of the late American playwright Eugene oNelll Our children also will become British since we arc now International ROUND THE BUCKEYE STATE WHAT NOTED PEOPLE ARE SAXING WILL REJECT KOREAN AID IN INDOCHINA In Red ChinaSATURDflY SESSION WILL CONTINUE EFFORTS TO BREAK DEADLOCKON KOREAN TALKS LEGS SMILES AT FUTURE French Diplomatic Sources De clare That Offers From Knees Or Any Other Nation Would Be Keftised on Grounds That Such a Move Might Bring Active ChineseCommunist Circle viJIc Mill Fire Endangers Business District INS The Mazio Mill in Circlcville was near ly destroyed by fire Thursday which raged out of control and at one time endangered the complete business district of the The Pickaway county sheriffs among free world powers to relax office and the county jail was ig this strict trade the offi1 nited and suffered heavy damage cial said a time like this is no I tllc The loss to buildings time to be considering more trade i lno immediate area was esti with the mated at around i At 8 Thursday nearly I three hours after the blaze broke the flames and smoke covered the entire city of The blaze was visible from the city from i nearly 15 miles An official said it would take nearly to replace the build formerly used as a grain ele Customs Officers Seize Woman Arrested WASHINGTON The Treas ury Department announced Thurs day that customs officers in New York seized in cut and polished diamonds Wednesday and arrested a woman in with the Berlin Secretary of State John Foster Dulles The United States has never intruded itself as an unwanted participant in European and we dont have any intention of doing so in the WASHINGTON IiS French diplomatic declared today that any offers of troops to aid French and Vietnamese forces in j IndoChina will be These added that the jffer from South Korean President Syngman Rhee to a division to the embattled southeastern Asi utic peninsula has not been com municated to the French govcrn They flatly that the Hhce would be refused as would offers from any other on grounds that such move might bring active Chi nese Communist intervention the eightyearold Sending of technicians to service planes behind the lines was placed in a different Both American and French offi cials have emphasized that the taken from the Air Force but working in civilian are 1 and 2 assigned only to instrurt French mechanics A BRAVE SMILE shines from face of pretty Katnerine who fell under a commuter train in December and lost both She is shown at home in Hyde with Valentines and welcome home letters from good people all over Now Eng She vows shell lance International Soundphoto KILLER SENT TO HOSPITAL FOR PSYCHIATRIC EXAMINATION Weinbcrg Claims That PoetNovel ist Bodcnhcim and His Wife Were Both He Ought to Get a Medal From Washington for the Washington Bourke Iowa Republican who heads Senate Subcommittee to in vestigate the Overseas Infor mation Service What is most needed during the next three or four years is a period of stability and continuity in the direction of the information Paris French dancer Giselle i called Frances answer built Richard Russell D ranking minority mem ber of the Senate Armed Services was highly He declared that civilian me chanics should have been recruited for the work and added that civil ian pilots were found several months and that the same kind of volunteers could be lined up for mechanical NEW YORK IN Scarfaced Harold Weinbcrg began undergo ing psychiatric tests today follow ing a series of antics which al most broke up his arraignment for the murders of Maxwell Boden on servicing ncim and the poetnovelists Veteran Newspaper Publisher Dies Today in HiHsbcro INS Granville connection j editor and publisher of the Hillsboro NewsHerald and past to Jane Russell and Marilyn Mon When I finish the dance I have to keep lying down on the If 1 get everyone sees my figure and they all start cheer ing and yelling for The department said the arrest president of the Ohio Newspaper 1 died today in Hills of Esther a resident of took place when she ar rived at Idle wild New as a passenger on a plane from The woman was alleged to have failed to declare the diamonds for They amounted to about carats at an estimated value of The department said gation is but othei details were not immediately avail Dynamite Truck Overturns INS A large dynamiteladen truck overturned Thursday in nearby Berlin but the potent cargo did not explode and no one was State police arrested the Albert Bauserman of and charged him with speed Another man was in the truck with Bauserman when the vehicle went out of control on Route Ioi c Chief 17 Years Resigns INS Conneaut Police Ciiief Kenneth Pounds has resigned because of poor ending a 27year career on the citys police Pounds had served as chief for 17 Mayor Ralph Wright said an act ing chief will be named before tip week fa Bandit Flees With 116 A stout bandit forced two own ers of the Best Food Market into a coller in Youngstown Thursday and fled with The 76yearold newspaper voter an was admitted to Highland Com standing in front of the burning munity hospital in Hillsboro in building by his wife when she and weakened condition He the children returned from a became steadily worse and died at a police brandished Barrere had been editor and pub a shotgun when the family drove lishcr of the NewsHerald for 46 into the driveway of the home having taken over the job but was disarmed by a 16yearold after the death of his father in J and a At that time he gave up a law Honeymoon Couple Killed to take career to take over the family Survivors included his Sarah one Sallybro George Barrere of and Miss Mary Confesses Firing Home Housing Five Children INS A 42 yearold Portsmouth man has re portedly confessed setting fire to a sixroom log dwelling which housed his wife and five children because his wife was suing him for di Scioto County Sheriff Burl Jus tice said the Carl had violated a court in junction by going near the home and will be charged with Bowmans and the children were left homeless by the The children range hi age from nine to 18 years Police said Bowman was found In Highway Hmashup WEST INI A honey mooning sailor and his bride of less than a week were killed outright Thursday night in a highway smashup four miles east of Death came for 19 yearold Edward Berbcrieh and his 19yearold when their ear sped off the The highway patrol said the car clipped off six guard rail shot into a creek and then struck a bridge abutment and flesv 56 feet through tile Berberichs 24yearold William Poncer was the only per son in the car to escape He is in critical condition at Adams county hospital in West Berbedeh and the Cincinnati girl were married Saturday at the Nor Navy base and were enroute to Cincinnati on their Mountain Climber Given National Geographic Award PHILADELPHIA INS Sir Ed mund conqueror of j today is the winner of the Philadelphia Geographic So cietys Gold Medal The 34yearold New who led the first successful group of climbers to the peak of the worlds highest accepted the medal not for myself alone but in behalf of all the members of the The award was the third of its kind presented by society in its 52 years of Sir his Lady Hil and three members of the Charles of George a New Zealand schoolmaster and British newsman James were honor guests at a banquet Wednes day Hillary related his experiences during the historymaking event and said his greatest thrill came when he looked out over the peaks of neighboring mountains while at the summit of the foot The group leaves Philadelphia for Washington today as the next stop on a lecture through the United States and a visit with President and 1 Wcinbcrg has confessed shooting the 59yearold Bodenheim and stabbing the poetnovelists 33 yearold Authorities refused to release de tails of the but Wein bcrg reportedly said a battle took place when Bodenheim saw him making love to Before he was taken to felony court Thursday Weinbcrg announ ced that he had done the country a I killed two the young Greenwich Village resident I ought to get a medal from In court he repeated the sang part of The Star Spangled and flew into a rage j when the clerk read the two cide Its a damned he j The youth flew into a rage again when the court appointed an attor ney from the Legal Aid Society to defend i I dont want Wcinberg I want a bigshot law an American citizen who be lieves in the American The defendant continued his an tics as the legal formalities were carried He asked the judge are you a poun ded on the table and yelled Im a veteran of World War shouted Im crazy yah and then stated calmly a moment later I am not Ttie result of this scene was an order committing Weinbcrg to Bellevuc hospital for psychiatric Governors Invited To Visit Korea WASHINGTON President Eisenhower today invited nine state governors to visit Korea this spring and report for him their firsthand appraisal of the situa tion which has developed since the shooting The invitation was extended to Dan Thornton of chairman of the Governors Con and to the eight other state leaders who arc members of the groups executive The eight arc Go William Iowa James South Carolina John Pennsylvania Robert Louisiana Frank Lau Ohio John Connecti cut Johnston and Lawrence Ken Eisenhower noted in a letter to Thornton that the has con tinued to improve its military po sition in Korea since the armis while helping South Korea rebuild its wartorn WORLD NEWS i President Eisenhower and His lop advisers arc making a rc estimatc today of the situation in officially described as despite conclusive evi that the Communists have broken the ceasefire agreement with a military buildup in North there was no indication that the administration fears any im mediate renewal of Far East Commander John Hull warned Thursday that the United Nations may have to start the shooting again un less the Communists halt their armisticeviolating increases of air after reporting to the told newsmen When people violate an armistice you are faced with a choice of com plaining and letting it go at that or start the shooting White House and State Depart ment sources indicated that the President and the National Secur ity Council will make a new up totheminute appraisal on the ba sis of Hulls Paul Douglas I de clared today that the United States should withdraw recognition from all Soviet satellite nations because of Communist Russias Douglas told International News Service he will introduce a resolu tion in the Senate Tuesday calling for just such severing of diplo matic recognition with the Krem lindominated The Illinois lawmaker added that the bill also will call for measures leading to the possible expulsion of those satellite countries that are members ofthe United Declaring that the Russians failed to live up to their promises at the Yalta Douglas asserted We know now that the Com munist representatives practiced calculated deceit when they agreed to hold free and secret elections in the satellite The Rus sians have not kept their Top Nicest Sweethearts Presi Eisen John 74 Vears Old Today WASHINGTON INS joim Lewis is 74 years old The United Mine Workers chief planned no special celebration and was scheduled to put in a usual days like the great American whose birthdate he counts as his home town and is a collector of Lincoln folk lore and PHILADELPHIA dent and Dwight hower have been selected as The Nicest Sweethearts in the United States by the National Sweetheart Committee in Peggy committee chair said the presidential couple was placed at the head pf a list of 10 American Others named by the committee were and William and Arthur and Earl and Joe and Jackie Open Session This Afternoon Alders Austria and a Peace Treaty for That A prominent Baltimore specializing in stomach and lung said today he has been assured that Pope Pius XII is really better and does not need me for William Kcinhoff of Johns Hopkins university said in Rome that his visit has had noth ing to do with the illness of the 77yearold BERLIN The Big Four foreign accompanied by a handful of held a two hour secret session today on con vocation of a Big Five conference including Communist to discuss Far East A French spokesman said after the meeting that the ministers had continued discussions of item one of the agenda the Big Five meet ingand said no communique will be Another report said the minis ters decided to hold a fourth se cret meeting Saturday in a con tinued effort to break the deadlock on the problem of a Korean peaco An open session of the Big Four will be held this afternoon with Austria and a peace treaty that nation as the While French Foreign Minister Georges Bidault clung to the slight hope that something might be ac complished in setting up a con ference on Asian Secretary of State John Foster Dul les and British Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden feared the seeming progress was a The proposal put forward by Dulles at Thursdays secret meet ing which brought the ray of hope calls for a Big Five conference on Korea to which North and South Korea would be plus any belligerents wishing to If progress were made at the Korean conference and Commu nist China promised to halt aid to the Vietminh another Big Five conference would be sum moned at which the three associ ated states of IndoChina Viet Laos and Cambodia would be A Western representative said that Soviet Foreign Minister for the first showed some willingness to discuss a Far Eastern conference on some basis other than his own Molotov was said to have ques tioncd Dulles closely on Korea and to have discussed Red Chinas aid to the Vietminh the Soviet diplomat said he must consider the matter This was taken to mean would consult either with Kremlin or Peiping or ho tho The hearing was reand Mrs Perry and scheduled for Missing Ohioans Declared Dead today released the names of their personal which has tlOllttl llfMCflHliril 111 f Ol VI JU I t Joe and Peter Lind Hayes and and Richard Kollmar Dorothy Miss Lloyd said The ten prom inent couples selected by the Na tional Sweethearts Committee are an inspiration to the rest of us with tional personnel missing in Korea who have been declared The list included OHIO Jerome Raymond ward of Brother Patrick Fenwiek George Elmer son of Elmer 88U Detroit Gerald Thomas son of Irene 870 Buena Vista Raymond Bernard Well brother of Theresa 814 Roscmont Cin e real over the lines that reflect then daily head In Washington Congressional leaders proposed today that tlie j chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission be given virtual cabinet rank to provide closer co I ordination in vital defense plan Sterling Cole K chairman of the Joint Congression al Committee on Atomic Energy announced in a speech at Bing Thursday night that he would place a bill before Con gress today to recommend the Supporters of the bill pointed out that it will make Chairman Lewis Strauss of the A EC of ficially an advisor to the Iresident on global military and diplomatic strategy as well as on atomic en ergy CLEVELAND INS Two persons were killed and a third was in jured today when their automobile crashed int oa bus on Clevelands west f The dead are Roosevelt about and Fletcher Mcne sees was The two victims died shortly af ter they were rushed to Deaconess Reports indicated that the death car struck the bus and careened into a utility Democrats stepped up their at tack oil State Department Security Chief Scott McLeod today with a demand that he abandon his GOP politic kins and investigate a leak about security John Kooiiey I led hi making tho follow ing premature disclosure of Usli nioiiy by McLeod that the State Department had dismissed 534 security risks in the past includiiuj about i dozeu loyalty Rouuey in a member of the i House Appropriations subcojnuUt NYC Control Battle Renewed CHICAGO lj The battle for control of the New York Central railroad was renewed today on a bitter verbal level with NYC Presi dent William Whites promise of a bare fisted fight to the speaking in ac cused rival railroad magnate Ro bert Young of making imperious He predicted victory if Young goes through with his an nounced intention to elect his own slate to the NYC board of directors at the next stockholders Young told a news conference in Palm Thursday that he had proxy votes of almost 90 percent of the stockholders be hind him and would be the new board chairman if elections wero held Young added that he was fight ing very powerful interests and referred to the domination of tho Morgan banking interests on the White disclosed that for mer chairman of the Chesapcako and Ohio had proposed that White remain as president the NYC under the supervision o Young as chief executive tee before Mcteowd Other toiuiuUtee lirmea fend lu a paper ;