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   Delphos Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 20, 1954, Delphos, Ohio                                LATEST TfcLEGRAPBlC NtWfl BY INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE DELPHOS HERALD OHIO Fair northwest mostly cloudy oast and south Highest today low to night Frldny fair and warmer in the PRICE FOUR CENTS THURSDAY MAY 1954 EIGHT PAGES IKES DECISION Hopes to Alert Latin American Allies to Communist Danger EISENHOWER AROUSED OVER RECENT EVENTS Shipment of CommunistOrigin Arms to IlcdTlngcd Guatemala Poses Threat of Communist WASHINGTON The United States is making every effort to ilcrt its Latin American allies to the threat posed by the shipment of Communist origin arms to Keellinked Officials said today the has no intention of dropping the question of the arms shipment from Stettin in Communist Poland to Guatemala where the Reds ha gained a It was reliably learned the Is hopeful that one or more if its 20 American Rio treaty Allies will call for collective consulta tions on the incident on the grounds the shipment threatens the peace and security of the hem President Eisen hower underlined American con cern over events in Guatemala when ho told a news conference that it would bo a terrible thing if a Communist dictatorship wore established on this An informed official said the docs not want to appear In the role of ringleader on a problem that vitaly affects Uic security f a number of Central American re he made it clear the might invoke the con sultations under the provisions of the Rio if it became nec FRENCH MILITARY CHIEFS IN INDO THREE FRENCH military chieftains who wentto Indochina for a Jooksco into the situation are shown on departure by air fidoi From left Raoul Inspector general of land defense Pierre air force Paul French chief of Incrnationiti Soundphoto British Feared Has Surfaced LONDON r The British Ad miralty announced today that the submarine Scorcher had surfaced and all its crewmen were well after first reporting that the I time Scorcher was lost in the English from Channel near The of the S displaces about tons submerged and 814 It normally carries 44 The Admiralty first reported it missing off Portland Bill during routine training The Admiralty explained that when the Scorcher failed to sur face at nn arranged time emer gency operations immediately were put into Sifcnals were sent to the Scorcher ordering her to come to the sur face and she There is nothing wrong with the announcement The Scorcher was one of the submarines which participated in the search for the submarine Af which disappeared with 75 men April lifter submers ing in the channel off the Isle of ROUND THE BUCKEYE STATE Clcvclandcr Confesses to Kidnaping 4Yearold CLEVELAND Ifii Cleveland police attempted to weave an air tight ease today against 25yearold Clarence admitted kid naper arid attacker of fouryear old Kenny And while they cleaned up the loose ends of the Broyles they questioned the balding Jones about other recent Police asked officials to make sure that Jones as he said Agreement Provides Aid To Pakistan WASHINGTON IKS The United States and Pakistan Wednesday signed a military aid agreement which will provide with American equipment and The State Department announ ced that the mutual defense assis tance agreement was signed in Karachi by Pakistan Foreign Min ister Sir Mohammed Zafralla Khvi and Charge dAffaires John The Slate Department said Pakistans resolve to play an im portant part in the collective de in the Ohio Penitentiary at Of the free world has been Beverly Potts disappeared clearly demonstrated by its recent friendship act with in cluding means designed toward Bowling Green Bids Below Estimate COLUMBUS INS The state Public Works Department today announced low bidders on throe projects totaling about at Bowling Green State The Pewey of Toledo was lowest bidder on inscription the Smith Contracting of Columbus was lowest at for exterior sur face treatment of tho mens gym nasium and the Johnson Service of Toledo was low at on temperature regulation for the mens physicial education buildin The low bids were about a total of SlOQ under the ostinmVci west side playground m August The girl has never been Jones confessed to kidnaping Kenny Wednesday afternoon being questioned throughout tho night and morning and after a dramatic scene at Lutheran hos pital where he was positively and spontaneously identified by his young The severely beaten boy was found on the railroad tracks last Saturday several hours after he was reported missing from his In his Jones said he lured Kenny into his car by tell ing him that he was going to tako him to a He said he gave Kenny a few sips of whisky is the two drove in the Jones said he didnt remember hurting the He told police I was When I get drunk I dont remember Jet Pilot Killed When Plane Plunges Down INS A T33 jet trainer dived from an altitude A feet and crashed near runway at WrightPatterson FielU Wednesday killing tho pilot and strewing wreckage over a 200 yard Victim of the crash was 30year old Victor Kenneth Todd if He arrived at Wright Patterson Wednesday aftcrnooa from Brooklyn where he was chief of the flight testing Pilots at Wright Patterson spec ulated that tho crash was caused by a failure in tho electrical sys tem of the Suneh a they pointed would have ren dered the planes instruments in operativc wad the pilot would have NICARAGUA BREAKS WITH GUATEMALA BIGGEST RISES 24 MILES SENATOR IS BAFFLED ABOUT WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT WORLD NEWS No Official Explanation is Given for the Action Between Two Countries Whose Relations Have Been Strained Since Nicaragua US Without official Nicv ragua has severed diplomatic re lations with just days after Guatemala received an arms shipment from behind the Iron Relations between the two Cen tral American countries had been strained since February when Guatemala charged that Nicara gua was behind a plot to over throw the Communisttinted gov ernment of President Jacobo Ar benz Nicaraguan President Anastasio Somoza denied the charge and there was a flurry of hot words between the two the United States closed that which Mas been accused of being Communist had received a of arms from Communist Eastern Bill Branded Step Toward Prohibition strengthening peace in WASHINGTON KG The liquor industry today branded a bill 1o outlaw beer and liquor ad vertising as a step to the return of national prohibition in the United The industrys arguments clash ed headon with temperance forces who claim that advertising of al coholic beverages is debauching the nations and intrud ing in American homes via TV and The ageold fight between wets and drys is being aired before the House Commerce committee at public hearings on a bill by the Middle the late Joseph Bryson an ardent Brysons measure would prohibit the advertising of alcholic bev erages in magazines or newspapers and over radio or Radio 7 LARGEST SKYHOOK plastic balloon ever built hihovrn at takeoff from University of Minnesota It reached altitude of nearly 24 balloon It was made for the Office of Naval and ia used for study of cosmic a project sponsored by the University of The skyhook is 282 feet long and spread would cover three International Soundphoto INFORMS FRANCE OF CONDITIONS OF INTERVENTION I Itevokc Privileges For Whistling SAN The disciplinary committee at San Quontin prison revoked the and television stations restrict leges of lifer Francis Silva for j beverage advertising to beer and days because he whistled at coi vieted murderess Barbara Gra ham across the prison had no way of knowing whether was diving or climbing since the skies were A three foot section of the tail was the largest piece of wreckage Air Force officials investigating the smoking wreckage said th plane apparently went into a dive at the last altitude re ported by the and bored straight Officials oil Filial Leg Of Turnpike Tour INS Ohio Business Executives Man Elevators INDIANAPOLIS INS Business executives became elevator opera tors in the 10story Traction Ter minal Building Wednesday in the latest development of the 19day old Indianapolis bus strikev The Indianapolis Transit owner of the demanded that the 45 building who walked out along with the bus turni return to work or be pike and state embarked on the final leg of heir turnpike tour today after spending the night in Todays jaunt will take the offi cials to the western end of the 241 mile super ending an fpcction tour which began Tues Officials got an airplane look it the controversial Elyria situation The city of Elyria is fighting the Turnpike Commission on the proposed route of the super highway as it cuts through All arc members of the AFL Amal gamated Street Railway Motor Coach After the building employes fail ed to business executives 1 whose offices arc located in the in structure took over the elevator There was a bit of hilarity as the pretty girl workers and other mine run toilers watched their bosses fumble with the The companys back to work order was issued to the elevator main tenance workers and watchmen Mayor Grant Hfeys greeted tho officials and all was de spite the facf that Elyrias reluct ance threatens to up final com pletion of thu after an employe died Monday climbing six of stairs his office and following a city board of health edict to clean up tho Sources Disclose That the French Government Must Rectify the Situation Which Forbids the Sending of Draftees to Indo GENEVA INS Highly reliable sources confirmed today that the had informed France that two basic conditions must be mH before America would consider intervention in the IndoChina These conditions are The three associated states must first receive complete and unquestioned The must be allowed to take over the training of the Vietnamese army and must also be granted a satisfactory share Li j the direction of military opera j The sources also said the WHAT NOTED PEOPLE ARE SAYING Washington President Eisen of the Iron Curtain arms shipment to Guatemala To have the Communist dic tatorship establish an outpost in this continent to the detriment of all the American nations would be a terrible of London Queen her five months world tour We return with our faith in the high destiny of our commonwealth and empire even stronger than when we set Washington New Jersey Robert Meyuer Tho struggle between tha expected that the Vietnam govern1 Democratic ideology and the Com ment would be broadened to in munist ideology will be settled by elude a greater representation of the jury of not in terms the states patriotic democratic of but in terms of the The French government has been told in unmistakable Ian guage that unless these conditions are met the will not make any commitments which might in volve eventual American intervcnj lion in the sources dis tho French government I was informed that it must rectify the situation which forbids the sending of draftees to IndoChina unless they The French have been told that they can not expect the to send conscripts to IndoChina if the French do not have the same enduring and universal 3 Tuned Over to Authorities INS Three cruckerjack train robbers were anccs turned over by the FBI to Evans villp juvenile FBI agents said that two 12 yearold boys and another items of office expense for which aged stole 192 boxes of cracker1 present allowances are inude two partons of candy and a box of jelly beans from a Chicago and Eastern Illinois Railroad Recommend Boost In Allowance For Office Expenses WASHINGTON INS The House Appropriations committee Wednes day recommended liberal increases in allowances for oflice expenses f House The committee took the action in approving a appropria tions bill for legislative functions and for tho federal courts in thw fiscal year starting July This is a cut of from the budget In voting thg additional allow for House the committee noted that many mem bers are required each year to use their own funds to cover certan The West German government bowed today to public criticism of its appointment of a former Nazi official as its UN observer and canceled his Chancellor Konracl Adenauers regime advised Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold in a note that Peter whose assignment sad to the UN was announced last staff would not take up his The note stated that Pfeiffcr who had been given the rank of will noi be in a po sition to take up his functions as the federal government intends to assign him to another post in the course of a broader diplomatic re The cancellation climaxed three months of stormy agitation both hi the and abroad against the Bonn regimes Numerous Jewish organizations led the protests against the one time top Nazi officials presence at the UN which they described as an affront to the global organi Members of Senate Investigations Ex press Agreement With the Chlrf WASHINGTON INS Joseph McCarthy said today that Presi dont Elsenhower made a grave mistake in standing pat on a se crecy over which the lawmaker completely unfair to UKJ The Wisconsin Republican ad that he is bafflocl about what to do about He refused to go into detail after declaring I hesitate having my who have been go in and testify where the deck is Wliile McCarthy pounced on Eisenhowers news conference statements Wednesday as members of the Senate Investig i Chiang Kaishek launched his second term as Nationalist presi dent today with a pledge of bis own life and freedom to the cause of liberating China from the Com munist The veteran ad dressing an audience which in cluded several highranking Ameri declared he would forfeit JMft ttleand in order to accomplish oar sacred resistRussia mis He defined that mission as one of avenging ourselves by recov ering our mainland of China which the Communists overran in Chiangs address climaxed im pressive ceremonies in Taipehs Doctor Sun Yat Sen Hall hi which the longtime leader of Free China was formally sworn Into the presi dential office for a new sixyear Eighty percent of the returns La Tuesdays general election in dicated today thai veteran Prime Minister Eamon De Valera would not be reelected to leadership of the Irish New Yorkboru De Valcras Fi anna Fail which governed Ireland by a slim parliamentary had lost six seats in tho 146scat daily parliament when ballot counting was recessed early In Washington the House Ways and Means committee begins arguing today on whether to collect Social Security taxes on the first or of a taxpayers annual i Discussion of this controversial section of President Eisenhowers Social Security recommendations follows approval of expansion of the system to add an estimated persons to the including doctors and law Republicans oil the committee have been unable to agree on how much of a persons salary should be The President recom mended a maximum while several waul the present celling Some Democrats are expected to ask for The issue is important because any increase in benefits is sched uled to be geared to an increase hi revenue for the systems trust fund from the higher wage freight tram in Evansville The bill made no changes in tho mileage or regular expense allowances of House INS A 32yearold Lorain man working on a con struction job at the National Tube Company died in Josephs hos pital Tuesday after being hit u the head by a falling The victim was Joseph Jura foreman witli a Chicago com pany building a blast furnace at the tube Jurasck died three hours after an object fell from a striking He is survived by his wife and two young WASHINGTON INS The Eisen hower administration has demon strated on a second front that it is ready to cross swords with Joseph McCarthy hi defense of its antiCommunist Foreign Operations Administra tion Director Harold in denying a McCarthy charge that his policies were permitting trade with Red accused the Wis consin Republican of frantically reaching or diversionary head lines after the sorry spectacle of bis record in the recent SUssens sharp reply came late a few boors after President in one of bis strongest public statements thus far on the ArmyMcCarthy insisted that the hear ings shMdd let the chins fall where they tions subcommittee expressed agreement with the chief execu They also hailed Army Secretary Robert Stevens acceptance of full responsibility for the Armys part in its controversy with Mc Carthy but said he should repeat it under oath when televised hca ings resume Acting Chairman Karl Mundt R scheduled a 2 EOT meeting off the Senate floor to tell the group what took place at his meeting with Attorney Gen eral Herbert Brownell Wed Prior to the the Presi dent told newsmen that the M CarthyArmy hearings should con tinue but that he would refuse to lift Ms ban on testimony about secret executive department con Mundt said that In view of and the statement Stevens mado shortly he had drop ped his request for relaxation f the presidential secrecy thus paving tho way for resutn v tion of McCarthy told newsmen If were prevented from going into the question of motive for the fil ing of charges against thats one of the allimportant aspects of the case and its asking them to play against a stacked He pointed out that Adams testi fied that he was advised at thu meeting to write the visit committee members and defy thu senators threat to subpoena mem bers of the Pentagon loyalty boar Asked if his hesitancy about ha ing his aides testify would impel him to try and block their behu McCarthy said I frankly dont know what course it action we might He said he hoped someone will prevail on the President to per mit participants in the 21 meeting to testify under oath auii tell the truth about Tries Vigil Fence INS A prisoner at the kouisJiina State participating in an athletic fo pgjc vault prison fence and a Quick when a Ue   

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