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ARANHA-WW2-1b - High Commissioner to the Dominican Dominican...
High Commissioner to the Dominican Dominican Republic way far back in the C'ooliclge Administration, persuaded It was Sumner Welles who, when luncheon with the Foreign Minis- tor ol Bru/il. But, meanwhile Aranha, always loyal to his friiiids, notified the Charles Kvan liugnes, men Secre- • Na/.i amuassucior to Bra/il that he tar.v of State, to withdraw the M fines. This was the first step iin getting U. S. troops out of the could not come back to Rio, actually had him taken off a boat at Lis- boii ''ncl sent back to Berlin. Si- Caribbean area, always a suun-e of nuiltaiu'ously, Aranha uncovered! Na/.i correspondence showing thatj Gcmmi Ambassador Dieckhoff in Washington was head man for all, : N" 1 "-' suovcrsive activity ;n the suspicion to every Latin-American nation. It was Welles also who wrote the famous Central American treaties during the Coolidge Administration' Western Hemisphere. No one knew] by which revolutionary govern- ''• hut it was his discovery which ; ments were denied recognition. Ilia ' cc ' to the ousting of Dieckhoff and i purpose was to prevent upstart tnc recall of U. S. Ambassador military lenders from seizing con-; Hugh Wilson irom berlm. trol of the banana republics every' Aranha carries great weight with, few months. However, neither ths : every Latin American loreign inin- : Central Americans nor Calvin Cool- istcr. and toaay ne is me man who idge were quite ready for this ad- ls cl °i n S most to line up the Am- : vanced stage of peace and good' ericas oflicially and emphatically: neighborlinesi. with the result that' against Hitler and Hirohito. | Welles resigned, and Coolidge sent the Marines back into Nicaragua. WeiJes waited patiently all during during tne Hoover Administration toward toward the end ot which he put in a lot ot political punches for the election election of his boyhood friend Franklin Roosevelt. And not generally known is that Welles chiefly wrote ; was fixed for January 15. A "lew the foreign affairs planks in the I days later the Navy took over the ', Democratic platform adopted at the S. S Argentine, so the delegates 1932 Chicago convention. traveled 6.000 miles by air Welles' record for constantly Soviet Ambassador Litvinoft it 're- pounding the Good Neighbor policy lying on millionairess Mrs. Joseph needs no further review here. But E. Davies, aunt of Barbara Hutton, this week at Rio de Janeiro he to arrange the guest list for his flr«t i reached the climax of his ambitions'big reception. Mrs. Davies is giv-' -the attempt to create a united ing him the list which she pre- front against all the dictators by •, pared for the reception to the 48 all tJjie Americas. 'governors at the third inauguration! iMerry-Go-Bound WASHINGTON — Diplomats who were not anxious to travel by air i to the Pan-American Conference | in Rio de Janeiro, decided to sail' on the S. S. Argentina January 2, arriving in Rio January 14. This was why the ciate ot tne Conference

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  1. The Indiana Gazette,
  2. 17 Jan 1942, Sat,
  3. Page 4

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