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   Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1954, Zanesville, Ohio                               THE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL ZAJO5BVILUE. CNDO, ftATOTDAY, 4, 1M4   to American military authorities to whether some of Chi- Nationalist offshore should be placed under U. S. pro- tection. Dulles Pledges Defensive Help are Air Force highly waxed at the starting: point to avoid all friction possible. The were staggered at 10 minute .Intervals from the Mo- iave Deaeft fttgbt test center with each of 'the five major Air Force represented by two planes. The Bendix Trophy Race in Bendix Trophy race. He state made the run in 3 hours, i minute and 56 seconds. The 30-year-old captain lives at Glendale, Ariz He took off at 9 a. m., EST. at Air Force Base in California, of Dayton. Kenny, did the other nine pilots in the race, flew a Republic F84F the Air Force a maximum speed in the 650-m.p h Kenny is assigned to the Luke AFB as a projects officer. He attended Kent State Unlvenlty for two before Joining the Air Force in 1942. During World War H. he flew 29 and down on 30th mlsskm. All planes MANILA Hi U.S. Secretary of John Foster Dulles today that American military forces "would automatically re- act" If the be attacked "I wuh to state In most emphatic terms that the United States will honor fully its commitments under the mutual defense treaty. If the were attacked, the United would act immedi- declared. statement marked the open- ing of U.S.-PMllpplnes mutual de- fense talks preliminary to an eight- nation Southeast Security con- ference which Monday. The Philippines, which been on an "aH for one and one for all" type of defense pact, was expected to modify Its de- if guaranteed strong and prompt U.S. military Dulles' statement appeared to be aimed at providing that guarantee. "We expect the Philippines to contribute to own security to the extent o( capabilities." DuHes "The United States will take all practicable measures extent of its said "The United Statei will take all practicable to main- 1331 was won by James the security ot the Philippines Hying a propeller driven plane an average of 223 m.p.h. While the Bendix finish is the big feature of the first of a three-day program, flight demonstration by the Army, Navy and Air Force and a parachute jumping contest also are scheduled. Another event will be arrival of a new Boeing YB52, Stratofort- ress, trying for a new non-stop record from Seattle to Dayton. A Boeing BIT made the first Seattle Dayton night in 1935 at an average speed of 295 m p h The YB52 is in the 600-m p h Secretary of the Air Force Harold E. Talbott. Air Force Chief ajcainst external attack The secretary saM the United States would retain its military in the Philippines as "con- crete evidence of the United ability and intention to take necex- countermeasurei." While the 7th Fleet has been or- dered to protect Formosa from In- vasion no such orders are neces- sary in the case of the Philippines, In a Mess Mike J, k aU up with en rwrte to the Los County Fair at Pomona, hopei to straighten out the miked up In time to win a couple of the bhte and aome of the prize mooey. TV Extortion Plot Backfires JACKSONVILLE, Fla television program he saw gave him an iUca for a J9, 030 Plot' "ld Lfon o_i_ Schart'eer Gen. de Castries Freed by Reds HANOI (B-Brig Gen. Christian Castries commander of the fallen Indochina fortress of Dlen Bicn Phu, freedom today. Man's Ankles Broken as Car Speeds Away UMW HIMai m WWw99 to old Pennsylvania walked into the way patrol headquarter! ben early today and reported ritt had been fctdnapH bjr stranger who forced way into her cmr at tht tion of 32 and Pittsburgh. A few later state men found Charles T. tTnnntii. 0, ylng about 30 feet oft U. M. about one mile east of with both broken. He was taken to Me- morial Hospital here, tut no filed iramiHaurty. A Fe4ertt Bureau of Invetttgatien agent rived to investigate the ease a few later and ike -tale hie> way patrol said a charge of UeV naping and transporting the victim a state line war betaf prepared. The alleged kidnap victim to Mn. Clarence B. Lang, M, of Homestead Park, Pa. She gave highway this version: Mrs. Lang was driving to airport near her home to meet her husband, tpMeWsdft's mate in the Navy. She far, traffic at the Intersection. who later gave poBoe the Goten- YMCA and the National Held of Cambridge as his walked to her ear, crabbed open the door, put his suitcase in the car and ilid in the seat beside her Laag Mti4 ftimltt hfa brr to 01 tmfnc MM prisoner! When the car reached a motel a Dulles declared, because "our of Akron. Ohio, who is going to was visibly worn but still buoyant mile eait of Cambridge, Lang forces would automatically to a four-year sen- and "hard to kill said Noonan got out. taking tht De CarfrlM bnxiRht to Hanoi'car key with him, but failed man iiai t'lu i ui irj L of Staff Gen Nathan F. Twining. Dulles said The strong friendship between the United States, and the Philip- pines "offers ua the best possible basis for aooperation to meet the new danger which arisen since the end of World War II in and Gov. Frank J. Lausche of Ohio arc to be among the military and civilian dignitaries in the re- viewing stand. Ike on Air Tour Over Four States DENVER Eisen- hower today makes a 9V4-hour ae- rial survey of multimlUion dollar irrigation and flood control proj- ects in four states and gets a chance for political handshaking in three of them. The Presidefit scheduled a.m. MST take-off tm ms private plane from Lowry Air Force Base, the summer White head- quarters. He arranged talks at Grand Jonction, Goto Casper. Wyo., and McCook, Neb. with the President from Denver wert Secretary of the Interior McKay. Secretary of Agriculture Benson, and a group of reclamation bureau officials. Cincinnati, died of injuries wfTvnd ia mn auto accktem Wednesday. Or TM Boston, clear C Chicago, clear 77 Cleveland, cloudy 77 Denver, cloudy ft Los dond? 17 Miami, clear M Jfpb-St. Paul, clear fl New Orleans, clear tZ Warm Weather To Continue The mercury climbed to the low here today to start the long Labor Day week end and forecast- i said warmer weather and were due tomorrow. The temperature slipped to a low of 53 at municipal airport this moraine but climbed rapidly the sun shone in a cloudless sky. Rain fen in sections of the mid- continent and western states but fairly clear and pleasant weather was reported in most other parts of the country today. He described the mutual defense pact linking the United States and Philippines 'an "important link in the defense system of the free world and declared that 'it should be so strong to be unbreakable." Foreign of the Philip- pines, France and the United States will meet Monday to i gotlate a defense alliance designed to halt the spread of communism hi Southeast Asia. Air Force Major Guilty of Theft TOKYO (IV-Far Eait Air said today that Maj. Thomas Pate of Los Angeles, convicted by court-martial last month of steal- ing in military script He sentenced to dismissal from the service and seven years at hard labor. FEAF's belated announcement Mid the court-martial took place "about Aug. but that head- quarters had not been informed of the trial and verdict by Pate's unit, the Far Esat Air Materiel Com- over the eastern third of the na- tion. Temperatures early today ranged from the 50s and over area. No reason for the mlxup Ihe Great Lakes region and England to the and 70s in the Gulf States. j w_ Kansas and Nebraska northward into Canada brouctt and1 thunderstorms during the night from the Central Rockies north- eastward to WbcoBste and sota. New fork, cloudy 77 Washington, D.C, 91 Lew C (2 CLEVELAKD On orden C'fmm mtrmational mtom President 12, David J. McDonald of Pittsburgh, Ma strike of 50 OD steei- RepMbate Corp. off last Hctat after rs at M was called three The 40-year-old trying to extort from Mrs B M. Underwood here April 23 j Mrs. Underwood told authorities she came home on that morning and found coming out of a bedroom. She said he told her to keep quiet, then handed her a crudely handprinted note threat enlng her life and that of her husband unless she appeared at Orlando by 2 p. m the same day with J3.000 in Allowed to leave the house on the pretext of going for the money, Mrs. Underwood said she alerted the roAd patrol and stayed away until Schartiger left Schartiger picked up later at nearby Orange Park, where of- ficers said 'he had been staying with He did not identify the television program he said he got the idea from. He had no previous criminal record. freed him at Vjrtrf Port of Knife Mi PMM 9 He was' Mrs. Lang said she got the car started, but in her exeUtroent stalled the engine. She had taken the precaution of locking the ear doors from the Inside, but Noonaa,   Grande Valey city planning a massive muaqulto eradication campaign today. Preliminary tests indtcatad tt a relatively harmless form at encephalrties. the dread kraia eel- and a Communist correspondent. turned among TOs first request for fried potatoes and l. Charles H. Mifler, headache which had plagued bun the past few yean. X-rays disclosed the knife blade. Stone, puzzled at fliat. finaDy re- called havinc been stabbed in a street fifht 28 years ago. Doctors Mid the knife blade broke off and passed up the paranaial air space behind the nose. The rest of the knife will be re- moved In a later operation. was mainry rice. (The French Axencv re- ported De Castries stood for a few before a number of' cameramen and emphasized them the white flag of surrender had never been raised at Dien Bten Phu) JMeffi TMAXKILUJ NEWARK, Ohio (IV- An C-jear- oM man was fatally Inkired yes- terday when he walked into the side of a car driven by Mar- Ohio (JT Two men stoic in cash and cheeks early today at a tavern in nearby Orrvifle. Raymond Dugan. owner of the may or may not be infected" that laboratory tests were State HiAlth Officer Henry said in Austin that 400 M ISOTM had the dfaease. ta COLUMBUS. Ohio Davis Cook. 71 of Detroit Grant Hospital today of tajabei was trapped m bis last Bignt. Cook's car was votved m Jorte Wilton, Rt. 4. Newark, who.tarern, toJd police the men ordered is to be married today in a Newark drinks and waited until ihe other church. The victim was cleared out at the mid- Northry of Newark. jnagbt dostaff time. nearby Krterrrste. Hit NEWSPAPER   

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