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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 28, 1953, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper HOME EDITION VOL LIX Associated Press and United Piess Full Lease Wires CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JANUARY 28 1953 This Paper Consists ot Two Ono UN Charges Red T No 94 Masterminded Riot Remove Red Reports Ike Has Plans for Trying to End War WASHINGTON Eisenhower administration was reported authoritatively Wednesday to have wellad vanced plans for trying to end the Korean and Indochina wars by denying Russia any advantage from them Secretary of State Dulles told a national radio nnrl IPP i j McCarthy May Fight Conant Appointment a national radio and tele vision audience Tuesday night Today those wars go on be cause the enemy thinks hes get ting an advantage by continuing the war I believe that Gen Eisen hower will find the ways to make the enemy change his mind in that respect so that they too will want peace No Hint Dulles statement gave no hint in his speech as to what these moves will be Howeveiyin a preelection speech in October Dulles said Russia had WASHINGTON UP President in wtiuuci umies saiu ixussia nau nomination of for an advantage out of continuing the mer James B Conant of Korean War by the fact that Haivard Umversily as high corn American troops are tied up there and by propagandizing the conflict as a campaign of Americans against Asians These advantages could be denied and the prospects for peace greatly advanced he then said by replacing American forces in Korea with South Korean yoops Dulles broadcast speech pin pointed trouble spots of the world in a sweeping survey of American foreign policy problems and also contained an appeal for popular confidence at home in the State Department and foreign service He promised with the help of the FBI to rid the department of any Communist or Red sympathizers who may be found there Somewhat Stalled Dulles noted that French and German steps toward formation of a European Defense Community under which West Germany could rearm have recently been some what stalled Dulles said the U S has put almost 30 billion dollars into West ern Europe since the end of World War II in the hope of developing unity there and he declared that if France Germany and Britain now go their separate ways il would be necessary to little rethinking to Americas policy toward Europe Churchill Hit by Nationalist YORK Itf Nationalist T F Tsiang Wednesday NEW Chinas rejected suggestions by s o m Americans that 30000 of Chiang KaiSheks troops be sent to Korea to fight the Reds He said that no one can assume that the Chinese army is expendable to be used as others see fit Tsiang Nationalist Chinese dele gate to the United Nations also criticized Price Minister Winston Churchill for giving gratuitous and pointless advice called on North Atlantic Treaty Organization powers such as Britain to with draw recognition of Red China and said his government had never sought to commit one single Amer lean soldier to a war in Chin against the Reds Tsiang said in an address pre pared for delivery to the New York Young Republican Club that NATO should furnish moral and perhap material support to the Formos government when it takes the of fensive to help mainland Chinese overthrow the Communists He said his government wants acquire enough naval and ai power to add to its land powe so it can independently invade and liberate the mainland He also sup ported suggestions by someAmer jeans for a naval blockade of the Chinese mainland to rAll About The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy through Thursday Not so cold Wcdnesda night and Thursday Iowa Fair to partly cloudy and no so cold Wednesday night anc Thursday Minnesota Considerable cloudines with light snow central and south weather data u lo 8 am Wednesday Maximum 24 Minimum 2 At 8 am 2 Thinks He Slurred Catholic Schools to Germany appeared ikely Wednesday to face a fight in he Senate Appointments of Conant and four ithers named to high diplomatic tosts are being held up in the Sen ile Foreign Relations Committee n a tangle over the groups already rule requiring an FBI in of all nominees Calls Committee Chairman Wiley RWis called he committee together to consider new procedure which Wiley told a eporter may speed up action He vouldnt say what changes he has n mind At the same time friends said en McCarthy RWis mayop ose Conant partly because of a peech in Boston last April in vhich Conant said private schools are a divisive influence McCarthy is a Catholic layman and some Catholics have protested vhat they termed an attack by Co nant on parochial schools McCarthy declined to discuss his plans but an adviser said the Wis consin senator intends to write lisenhower a letter urging him to vithdraw Conants nomination Too Bookish Senator Mundt told a re porter he believes Conant is a too jookish sort of fellow for the job nGermany but that he does not plan to oppose confirmation Wiley said hearings on Conant Gen Walter Bedell Smith for mer Central Intelligence chief chosen for undersecretary of state had been held up because no FBI reports are available on them Also pending are the nominatiqns of Winthrop W Aldrich New York janker to be ambassador to Great 3ritain Mrs Oswald B Lord of New York to be US rcpresenta ive on the UN Human Rights Com mission and Seymour J Rubin of Illinois to be assistant director of Mutual Security LEGISLATIVE BREAKFAST DES MOINES Republi can State Central Committee ha set Feb 6 as the date for its tra ditional legislative breakfast MIRACLE Kay Ann Bobbitt was born last February with all her internal organs outside her body except her liver and spleen Odds against her sur vival were better than 100000 to 1 A surgeon in Braden ton Fla operated immediately and put the organs in place After five weeks in the hospital Kay Ann went home to the life of a normal baby Peterson Named Wilson Stassen Take Oath Kyes Gets Okay WASHINGTON EisenhowersCabinet completed Wednesday when Charles E Wilson rtoolc th e oath of office as Secretary of Defense in the White House At the same time Harold E Stassen was sworn in as di rector of the Mutual Agency and former Gov Val kj Negotiations on Railroad Strike t Are Bogged Down Peterson of Nebraska as an ad ministrative assistant to the Pres ident Meantime the Senate Armed Services Committee gave unani mous approval to the nomination of Roger M Kyes as deputy Secretary of Defense The General Motors vice president had promised to sell all his extensive stock holdings that might conflict with the defense job There were reports that Eisen hower may abandon his plan to name Robert T B Stevens Army secretary unless Stevens finds a way to dispose of his textile busi ness Wilsons assumption of office qualified him to attend a meeting of the National Security Council which Eisenhower called for Wed nesday afternoon The council was to review the condition of the countrys defenses and to hear re ports on foreign domestic and military policy Eisenhower stood beside Wilson Stassen and Peterson at the swear mgm ceremony CHICAGO UP Negotiations Between the Chicago and Great Western Railroad and six striking unions lagged Wednesday as some of the railroads nonoperating per sonnel were laid off Leverclt Edwards member of the National Mediation Board said nothing definite was scheduled for Wednesday Meetings Tuesday were without result Meanwhile CGW clerks and other nonoperating personnel were laid off in Iowa Tuesday night and similar railroad moves were expected in other states Other employes are automatic ally out ot their jobs because nothing is moving a railroad spokesman in Iowa said Their jobs will be abolished temporarily under terms of the contract The operating brotherhoods walked off the job Sunday in a dispute over operating rules BENSON CONFERS WITH NEW AIDESEzra Taft Benson new RcJJbffifn Secretary of Agriculture confers with two men who Tuesday won Senate committee ap proval to be top aides True D Morse left andJ Earl Coke AEC Reports Atomic Gains V Contained Gain in Try to Produce Atom Power WASHINGTON Atomic Inergy Commission AEC Wed esclay reported sharp new ad ances toward perfecting atomic ower for industrial use and to rive aircraft and submarines It aid there had been progress in every department its ast enterprise But construction work has fallen chind schedule at its Savannah liver SC plant where materials if the projected hydrogen bomb ire to be made the commission aid It blamed the falling behind in delays in the delivery of sup plies and equipment SemiAnnual Report The commission in Us scmian aial report to Congress an nounced that detailed studies have emonslrated the American pub ic has nothing to now r in the foreseeable he blast and radioactivity effects C weapons tests conducted at the ommissions proving ground in The AEC said it was prompted o give this assurance because of public concern in some commu lities regarding possible radio ictive hazards to man beast and ilant from periodic blasts aimed it developing new and improved itomic weapons The commission granted that particles from the blasts in the desert area north west of Las Vegas could top spread y air currents across the entire lation and could fall like dust virtually anywhere within the United States In fact theyve ilready been detected in most arls of the country the commis sion revealed Well in Hand But the AEC said the radioacliv ty situation is well in hand and a lationwide monitoring system will be maintained to see that it re 11 a ins so In the lalest account of its stew ardship of the entire atomic pro which Congress so far las invested or appropriated ap proximately billion dollars he AEC said 1 Production of fissionable ma terials for Abombs and for the operation of various atomic re search furnaces continued to in crease in 1952 and production of atomic weapons continued al he rate authorized by the Presi dent for calendar year 1952 As t has in the past the AEC ap peared to imply by the last part o that statement that it could have made more bombs if really pushed 2 Four different industria groups have told the commission hey see attractive possibilities for tapping industrial power from the atom an on economic basis in a few years 3 Work toward developing atom powered aircraft has progressed to the point where some kind of test presumably landbased ones are in sight for small atomic re actors or furnaces designed to serve as power plants 4 Assembly Is virtually complete on a landbased version of the worlds first known power plant for a submarine S AEC scientists are trying to Lurcs carlv Tuesday determine whether the atom can FOREIGN BEAUTY in N M say the husband of Aimee Bono White 33 Tneinber of a FrenchChinese family once prominent in Singapore told them he shot and killed her because in my 11 i T f i in Document 315POWsDie in Uprisings TOKYO UP Gen Mark Clarks headquarters charged Wed nesday night the bloody uprisings in Communist prisoner of war camps a second front of the Korean war were masterminded by senior delegates of the Red truce delegation A hitherto secret intelligence re port said Red truce chief Gen Nam former Soviet officer and a USSR citizen of Korean ex traction and his deputy Maj Gen Lee Sang Jo were respon sible for uprisings they always have contended were spontaneous Kidnaping of Dodd These included the kidnaping of Col then Brig Gen Francis T Dodd camp commander on Koje Island and a series of riots and escape that left at least 315 prisoners and one American soldier dead and some 430 prison ers wounded The report said many prisoners captured by United Nations forces have admitted they were deliber ate plants to enter the camps and carry out strikes protests and demonstrations It named a Jepn Moon II as the leader of prisoners on Koje and accused him face after he tried to kiss her British Execute Boy Who Did Not Fire Fata Shot LONDON 19yearold Briton was hanged Wednesday for a murder shot he did not a dramatic nthhour appeal for his life to Queen Elizabeth II The youth Derek Bentley took part in a holdup in which a policeman was killed A companion who actually fired the fatal shot escaped with an undeferminate prison sentence because he was only 16 years old Bentley was hanged at grim Wandsworth Prison in the suburbs of London whife a booing shouting crowd of 500 demonstrated out side the walls He went to the gallows despite an appeal by his friends to the Queen that she overrideher Cabinet and stay the execu tion Earlier Home Secretary Sir David Maxwell Fyfe had reiected clemency pleas signed by more than 200 members of Parliament Police reinforcements were called to handle the crowd and pro tect members of the prison Theyre murdering an innocent boy shrilled one woman The fatal shooting occurred when Bentley dullwitted son of an electrician in suburban Croydon was arrested on a rooftop with a 16yearold friend Christopher Craig Craig cut loose with a gun killing one policeman while another officer was holding Bentley Find FiveBodies After Carolina Gas Explosion AIKEN S C huge wrecking1 crew early Wednes day uncovered a fifth body in the shambles of a midtown block leveled by a million explosion and fire which au thorities believed had claimed at least 10 lives Some 200 men working nightlong un der floodlights with cranes and power shovels continued a hunt for at least five more bodies in de bris of five burned or shattered buildings in the heart of this resort Workmen Tuesday night and Wednesday found the bodies of five persons killed by the collapse of one building in the earthshaking blast or trapped by fire which quickly leveled four other struc Coroner T L Gregory identified be made to yield energy by some the dead as Mrs R B Dunkin hnhCStL CrtirCly whose b6dy was foundWednesday both the fission ones utilized in T conventional atomic bombs and the Davul Miss Emily Mc fusion process which is the basis Carter John Watson and Miss Mae for the projected hydrogen bomb Weeks all from the Aiken area Absolve School in Boys Death f EARLY blame can be placed on the Early Consolidated School lunch room or its person nel in connection with the death of one student and illness of several ethers according to Dr Ralph H Ileeren ot the State Department of Public Health Dr Hecren director of the de partments division of preventable diseases conducted an investiga tion hero Tuesday He said the death oC Larry Kitchen 15 resulted from the aggravation of a congcn tial intestinal disorder was released unharmed but only after UN officers agreed to embarrassing concessions to the prisoners Nam II and Lee SangJower e charged with holding direct re sponsibility for conduct of the Com munist second front of the Korean War According to Clark thestudy produced evidence that the Dec 14 1952 riot at Pongam Island POW camp was plotted in North Korea with the realization that heavy casualties would result Eightyfive Communist prisoners were killed and 113 wounded in the uprising These two generals and their fanatical followers have exploited a new area of total war Clarks announcement said No Communist soldier even though a prisoner of the other side may be permitted to withdraw his support of Communism The statement said the Intelli gence survey showed beyond a doubt that the Communist dele gates at Panmunjom have dual functions Represent Commies The study states that ostensibly the two Communist generals are present to represent the Commu nists in the armistice negotiations the announcement said But covertly and more impor ant they are assigned to master mind the incidents within the United Nations prisoner of war camps General Nam II in his capacity as cultural chief of staff of the se curity agency for the North Ko rean Army is responsible for in suring the loyalty of the army to he state by controlling all person nel through political officers or commisars The report pointed out that Nam H is a former Soviet officer and a USSR citizen of Korean extrac tion and that General Lee Sang Jo Nam Ils deputy at Panmun jom s chief ofthe collection of military intelligence section for the North Korean Army From England to British Jet Sets Speed Mark DARWIN Australia WVBrilaihs Canberra jet bomber already the conqueror of Atlantic speed rec ords racked up a new official Eng and4oAustralia mark Wednesday The speedy twinjet whizzed down at this North Australian port just 22 hours and 1 minute after leaving London Its actual flying time for the 8608mile so was J9 hours and 1 minute The previous official record list ed with the British Air Ministry was 45 hours 35 minutes clocked by a fourengine Lancaster bomber in August 1946 A twoman Royal Air Force crew on Wednesdays flight was Flight Lt Leslie Morris Whittinglon 29 and a veteran test pilot and his navigator Flight Lt John Anthony Brown 30 They stopped three times for Firyid in the Suez Canal zone at Karachi capital of Pakis tan and in Singapore They also eclipsed the old Lon dontoKarachi mark Their time of eight hours 53 minutes bettered a previous record of 15 hours 18 minutes for the 3921mile run set in May 1940 by a Sea Fury The pilot refused todisclose the top speed to Wednesdays flight but said they were making thetrip at over 40000 feet and using oxygen lo breathe all the way BULLETIN WASHINGTON Foreign Relations Committee de cided Wednesday to waive FBI security reports on tht men named to key State Department posts Chairman Wiley RWii said the committee agreed to take Secretary Dulles word that an appointment is not security risk SAME Y   

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