THURSDAY, MARCH 18, IMS U.S. MUSt SHOW Blast Victim Intention Abroad Secretary of State Urges Backing of Action by Diplomats WASHINGTON, M,,r. 18 (UP) — Secretary of State Georee c Mar- ihall Iplrt Senators yesterday that, the United State s must demonstrate Its intention "lo keep ll, e European world both at peace and free," TAstKylng before trip senate Arni- •rt Sen'iems Commitier- only a few viurx after President Truman mjr- • temporary revival of the din ft :" d Universal Military Trainlntr. Marshall ur^ed adoption of both measures. He reviewed the "communist sweep throuRh thr nalkan and Central European .Mali*. He said the italinn eli-ctinns npxt nionlli aill foretell whether the disintegrating trend" will reach lo tho shores of the Atlantic. And. he added, the European Recovery Program now before Con- ""ess "is nou p n complete answer." "We must show conolusivelv hv decisive legislative action to afl tile nations of the world that the United Slate s Intends to be stroiiu nnri to hold Dint .strength ready to keep the European world lioth at peace and free." Marshall said. Nei'd Military Baekitl!; "Diplomatic action, without tho hackhiK.or military strength in the present world, can lead only to Marshall said the government's present military policy was "one baser! largely oil meetillR the problems of attrition, with the oon- trastinif necc.«lty ol larger anil lar- Per appropriations to give us security." Marshall sought to show how universal training would put this country In a position contrasting ivjth that of Naa Germany. The Nazis, he saM, had mobilized for war at n Riven dat.p Sept. 1. 1939. "We would he striving lo avoid such dates," Marshall said "We ^anl peace, we want to avoid war. Therefore, amons other things, we want a system which will be bcar- j> financially, which will not •r.krupt. the country, a system which, adjusted to world conditions, can be conlinnerl at a minimum of cost and personal contributions, a system In accordance with out traditions and .strong desires." Plane Crashes In Colombia; 4 Americans Die BOGOTA. March 17. tin')—Four Americans were among 14 persons killed Tuesday when an Alda Airlines plane crashed into an Andes Mountain peak near Villapinzou. Columbia, ofticmls said yesterday The Americans were identified tentatively as the Roy. and Mrs. Fritz Adams and their two children, of Minnesota. The plane, flying at low attitude, hit a peak while, en route from Llanos Onentaies lo Bogota. 'Ihe sole survivor was a H-\cilr-old Birl. Ines Barreia. who was hospilalizi'r) at ChocolUa. Her condition was reported -serious. Two of her sist^s. Julia, 18, and Beiitrlt, 16, died .n A tiny victim ol a bias! in T.sliie'iao. China, is can led from Ihe blasted building by im unidentified U. S. Navy corpsman. Many (ire riglulnj; teams and resettle MIUII Is were rusli- ed ashore from ships in (he harbor to assist Chinese authorities In nautili])),- Hie emergency, which re- 1'ortedly^killed 150. INEA Telepholo) Truman's Speech Aired In Four Languages WASHINGTON, March 18. tUP) President Truman's address wis broadcast lo Europe by the Stale Depart mem in four languages almost as it was delivered. The broadcasts were in English, Italian, Czech and French. "Voice of America" microphones m the House chamber relayed the address to New York where 'translations were made by stale department lanstiase experts. Two Charged With Slaying Union Official TAZEWE1,L, Tenn., March 18. (UP)—Two men were held in jail here under $10,000 bond on murder \varrant-s charging they burned to death Dave Hose, former United Mine Workers official of Marion. Harry <ltoxs) Davis and Herbert (Spencerl Craig are charged with murder. Rose died in a Jellico hospital last Thursday. His daughter. Fayc, \Jf. .-.-.id Davis and Craig hid oroughfc him borne badly Imrncd • arty in the morning. March 5. The daughter' said her father's hands had been baked together and there were white marks on his wrists as if he had been bound by ropes. Caliborne County deputies quoted Davis and Craig as saying Rose had fallen into ?. creek and thcv pulled him out and made a fire. The two claimed they left him for a short while and returned to find he had fallen in the fire. The murder warrants were sworn out by Hobart Rose, son of t dead man. President to Attend Bolivar, Mo., Ceremonies WASHINGON. March 18. <UP) — President Truman will go to Bolivar, Mo,, July 5 for the dedication of a monument lo Simon Holivur the national hero of Venezuela Th-' stalun will l )c presented to the city by the Venezuelan government. 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