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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 18, 1953, Mason City, Iowa y j North Iowas Daily Newspaper HOME EDflON i DN CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH lOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LIX Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY MARCH 18 1953 This Paper Consists of Two One NO U S Asks Russia to Agree to Disarmament Plan Instructs Russia to Punish Pilot Protest on Attack by Two MIGs WASHINGTON iff The United States Wednesday demanded that Eussia discipline the Soviet jet fighter who attacked a US weather reconnaissance plane last Sunday 25 miles off Kamchatka The State Department announced a protest has been delivered to the Moscow Foreign Office bythe American Embassy The note asks measures to pre vent a repetition of such an at tack and disciplinary action against those responsible for Sun days incident Trailed by MIGs The Air Force announced Tues day that the American B50 bomb er flying out of Alaska was trailed by two Soviet MIG15s and that one Russian plane opened fire on it The B50 returned fire and the Soviet plane did not press the attack The exchange apparently did no damage to either plane It has been made clear here that the US Air Force will continue to fly its missions despite Russias implied challenge to its use of air space over international waters of the North Pacific That was the word which top Pentagon spokesmen gave out Wednesday Military officials who may not be named also let it be known that the Pentagon had talked down a State Department suggestion to postpone any public announcement of the Kamchatka incident Pacts Monday The State Department had the bare facts of the Kamchatka clash early Mondayit waslearned and advised caution in announcing the event because neither the attack ing MIG15 northe defending XJS B50 suffered human casualties or any apparent damage The line of reasoning of some diplomats ran like this Silence by Washington might help to smoke out Russian inten tions Publicity could weaken the psy chological impact of the strong U S and British protests in recent days over the unopposed shooting down of two Allied aircraft over Germany The Pentagon won the decision to announce the Kamchatka affair after maintaining the military view that it would be better to get out the factual story before Mos cow could use a perverted version for propaganda purposes or to ex ert diplomatic pressure Boy 13 Kills Aunt Sister in Row Over Television HEBRON Neb 13year old boy who said he took gun in hand after being refused permis sion to watch television was held Wednesday in the fatal shooting of his aunt and his fiveyearold sister Thayer County Attorney W 0 Baldwin quoted the lad as saying he had not meant to shoot the sister he intended only to shoot the aunt because she would not let him go to a neighbors house to watch TV Held was Lawrence M Young 13 who lived on the farm of Mr and Mrs Virlie Stewart near AlexandriaNeb Killed outright Tuesday night was Mrs Stewart about 40 aunt and foster mother to the boy Fatally wounded also was Cathy Young 5 Lawrences sjsler She died at a Fairbury Neb clinic about 12 hours after the shootings BULLETINS DES MOINES Iowa House Wednesday passed a bill to require the photographing of legislative bills by the Secre tary of State and again by the code editor and retaining the copies at least 10 years The measure was sent to the Senate by a vote of 03e WASHINGTON Foreign Relations Commit Wednesday approved Charles I appointment as am fcassador to Russia IT WENT Chemist CharlesTSk Johnson 15 shows brother Jim the hole blown in his trousers by the rocket propellant he invented and took to school in his hip pocket The blast in Louisville hit like an echofrom an atomic explosion cooked up by other chemists in Nevada Least Billion Taft Tells Cut Needed to Balance the Budget WASHINGTON Taft R0 said Wednesday a bilhon cut in former President Trumans spending esti mates may be enough to balance thefederal budget in the year beginning July 1 Taft the Senate Republican leader said in an interview he lieves that from to billion can be whacked off the cost of civilian activities but the re mainder will come off the military program Much Lower His budgetbalancing estimates are much lower than those pre viously made by other congres sional leadens Truman estimated that during Ihe fiscal year the government will pay out1 about billion more than expected reve nues But Taftsaid he doubts ex penditures will rise much if any above the present annual rate of about1 billion Taft said if billion level can be taken as a starting point and if spending can be bil lion belowthat it wbuid balance the budget The Ohioan opposes a move of Rep Daniel A Reed RNY to advance to July i a 10 per cent cut in income taxes that other wise wouldbecome effective next Jan 1 Taft says the resultant loss of revenue would make it moire difficult la balance the budget i Present Program When weget all ofthe figures in then we can lay program be fore Congress and say to the members Here is what has to be done if youwant to balance the budget Taft said V rAH About The Weather Mason City Clear and colder Wed nesday night low 25 to 28 Mostly fair Thursday Iowa Mostly fair and colder Thursday partly cloudy Minnesota Snow flurries and cold er north and central GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum 59 Minimum 36 At8 a m 3g Precipitation 03 YEAR AGO Maximum 43 Minimum 30 Pilots Die in Show for Tito CAMBRIDGE England UP Two British jet fighter pilots col lided Wednesday and plunged to their deaths while President Tito of Yugoslavia watchedatan air show in his honor An Air Force officer said Tito sensing that British airmen were putting their lives in danger for him asked twice before the crash thai the show be ended But the flights kept on The Royal Air Force staged a spectacular display including su personic aircraft in honor of Ihe antiKremlin Yugoslav Communist leader who is on a statevisit herei The weather was extremely bad The ceiling was only 1000 feet because of fog A 24plane Meteor jet formation flashed over the field at nearby Duxford Base Two of the planes touched wings in the maneuvers They crashed in flames five miles away Tito bad been smiling at the aerobatics He watched intently as flames shot 500 feet in the air from burning wreckage He sat down in his chair his face grim The Air Force informant said he turned to Marshal of the Air Force Lord Tedder ancl j Please do not have any more This was thesecond serious plane accident connected with British air demonstrations for Titos fiveday visit Iowa Doctor 92 Expecting to Be Father Fellow Should Have Big Family CLINTON 92yearold cornettooting doctor started his 62nd year on the job Wednesday full of pep and expecting to be a father ajfain next July Dr J D Hullingcr one of the nations oldest practicing physi cians said he 32yearold brunel wife is expecting and he wants a son A fellowought to have a big family and thats what Im stalling out on he said Im just as good a man as any 60yearold and still can do a good days work Hullinger said hes in good shape because I never use whisky beer tea coffee or tobacco and I gel outdoors for hunting and Young Man My doctor is a young man his young wife smiled I never could find a more perfect man Hullingers first wife died early in 1952 of arthritis He had two children fay that marriage Then he married his present wife Lucille who had been his housekeeper News of the coming blessedevent came out at a party in suburban Camanchc Tuesday honoring the doctor for his Glycars of commu nity service But Hullingcr has a way to go to beat the record of Luis Cmmales of Des Moines Hes 93 and has had six children since latest on Dec 15 He also has seven children by two previous marriages Dr Hullinger a graduate of the University of lowamedical school began his medical practice in Clin ton County on St Patricks Day 1892 Hes Pennsylvania Dutch he said but always liked St Patricks Day 3000 Babies In 61 years of hes de livered more than 3000 babies in cluding three generations in one family The latest delivery was last Wednesday Hes used 22 automo biles on the job and still drives and passes his drivers license tests At the anniversary party in the Simpson coffeeshop Hullinger sat happily with his wife and Penny her fouryearold daughter by a previous marriage He got out his 66yearold cornel and played a few spirituals for his friends The doctor planned to be a musician before be went into medicine He has directed 19 bands and played in othersV His wife said he practiced for a week cm Old Black Joe Massas in the Cold Cold Ground and other lunes to play at Ihe parly I like spirituals Ihe doctor said Theyre real low stuff and I can play them without knocking out the three teeth Ive got left Dismissal Notes in Justice Dept WASHINGTON no tices in substantial numbers are fluttering down this week on the desks of Justice Department at torneys who are i holdovers from the Truman administration Just how many has not been es tablished Department officials de cline to discuss the matter in any way i f 1 AP WlrcphoLo ADLAI UNDER GUNAdlai Stevenson walks under the guns of a UN tank on the Kortan front during inspection tour During this tour of the front Communist shell burst nearby BASEMENT SHELTER PASSES TESTThis s one of the two bomb corner shelter room which came through Tuesdays atomic test blast in House No 2 withoutapparent damage Note that the celling beam was split but didnt falJ Lessons Learned in Blast May Save Many Americans LAS VEGAS Nev On friendly practice field of the Atomic En e r g y Commissioner American civilian and soldier alike may have learned new lessons to wrest victory out of atomic war These are the pointers indicated by Tuesdays nuclear test For 1 In a car I Would stay in it open the windows and crouch clown as fnr as possible on the seat or the floor said J Slayton Jenner of the Federal Civil De fense Administration 2 In a house try a basement type boirib shelter but make sure its a solid concrete basement 3 tf caught in the open lie flat on the ground if no good shelter is available For 1 Crouch in a foxhole or lie flat Army officers think now that the dugin soldiers could have re mained above ground lying prone at their twomile distance from the blast tower on Yucca Flat 2 Watch the wind and slay be hind it 3 Earth shock can be as potent a weapon as blast in a lowlevel explosion EUon Pay Associated Press military affairs reporter concluded The prolonged shudder ing of the desert Fay and other observers b e I i e ye contributed greatly to the quick collapse of he civil defense lest house 3500 feet from the tower For the scientist the first atom ic test of 1953 brought reaffirma tion bombs can pack u real wallop The 15000ton de vice only threequarters of the strength of the Nagasaki or normal Abomb made itselfheard or fell in a number of communities in cluding Las yegas 75 miles away Medford Ore about 600 miles distant and Los Angeles nearly 300 miles away Civil Defense Administrator Val Peterson one of the ob servers indicated he will seek a considerable boost in the civil de fense budget Budget deficiencies FCDA said enabled it to buildonly two houses for the test Besides the demolished first home 3500 feet from ground zero the 7500 feel stood up through the blast but suffered about 50 per cent struc tural damage Flying glass from shattered win dows might havo killed or badly injured tenants Of the make jelieVc family of mannequins those upstairs were knocked down or broken those in basement shel ters were virtually unmoved Most of the 59 cars on the flal were damaged Two at distances of 3800 and 5000 feet burned three others at a half mile were twisted into scrap In many cases where all windows were left closed the tops of the cars were caved in by the blast pressure Soldier Who Stood Off Reds in Korea Helped by God II WESTERN FRONT Korea 19yearold Negro who was helped by the Lord stood in front of a bunker on embattled Little Gibraltar Tuesday and kept attacking Com mumsts from reaching u wounded American lieutenant col onel Pvt Courtney ey of Mansfield La was identified Wednesday as the sol dier who saved the officers life and two other men in thebunker The colonels name was withheld Stanley said he killed eight Chi nese who attacked the bunker He suffered only a few scratches from lommunist concussion grenades ancl was still on duty on Little Gi braltar Wednesday A Second Division officer took Stanley toa rear area where Pfc William Wuorincn who was with he wounded colonel identified Stanley and said He saved everybodys life in that bunker Stanley said I think God was really with me that lime I know ic was Stanley said lie and Wuorinen helped the colonel into the bunker after the colonel w a s wounded Then he stood in a trench outside the bunker and held off Ihinese attackers from am until 9 am I knew that unless there was someone there shooting the Chi nese would have got the colonel and would haye taken him pris oner I was standing there to protect the colonel and myself and the of the guys Baugh Draws Prison Term Konnld Eugene Baugh 24 Was sentenced Wednesday by Judge William P Butler to serve not more than 5 years at Anamosa lie Was found guilty Tuesday ofassault with intent io commit a felony by a jury of nine women and three men County Attorney Robert Shepard called attention of the court to a sentence last Aug 26 of one year in the county jail for forgery He was also sentenced in 1950 at Davenport to serve 5 years in Ana mosa for grand larceny from which he was paroled with 22 months yet 16 serve He will have this to serve as a parole violator Baugh admitted on the witness stand that he slugged Deputy Sher iff Billie McGill with a homemade blackjack in an attempted jail break last Dec29 NO PARTY GOER LIMA Peru recalled Is ambassador from neighboring Ecuador Wednesday after the Quito government declared htm unwelcome because he wouldnt go to official parties NICHOLSON Nicholson Thrilled by Atom Blast By PON Special Representative YUCCA FLAT PROVING dawn of a hundred suns came early over the Yucca Flats Tuesday and with it cami the fury of a boiling atomic cloud as the AEG released another of its continental tests With the excep lion of cameras clicking i a way filming thesis toric event i was a somber and still quie that greetedthe detonation The now familiar rec and black ball of fire belched sand and Yucca weed with the orcc of the worst of hurricanes a he cloud rose to the 40000 foo evcland an ice cap formed at it top To the first time observer i was thrilling beyond sion First the incandescent bril Jant flash that turned nite into day hen the ball of fire formed and boiled skyward There was no sound until aboul 30 seconds laler theloudest sound man could make Louder than the fier cest thunder clap and so unmis takably atomic The forward area troops in Frenches just two miles from the ilast tower came thru magnificent y General John R Hodge who was with the troops said They got aJong fine as American sol dicrs would Jack Shelley of WHO DCS Mbincs one of the 20oh servers forward reported that the ground shook slightly like an earth quake Hedid not feel the heat as observers did on News Nob and with the exception of the discomfor of the flying sand Jack was in clined to minimize the blast feels from his fox hole position From my own viewpoint seeing an atomic detonation for Ihe first lime it makes you feel quite humble I was beautiful magnificent and oud The shock wave was very slight but the intense heat at the nslant of detonation was indeec noticeable My great hope is tha any additional atomic weapons lhav fait do so on the Nevada atomic proving grounds And they appar ently will for the AEC is continuing further test immediately but they arc closed to the public from now on Challenge to Reds Peace Talk Proposal Made by Gross in UN UNITED NATIONS NY he United States challenged Rus ia Wednesday to prove the sincer ty of Premier Georgi irolestaUons for peace by agreeing 0 a disarmament program in ttie United Nations U S Delegate Ernest A Gross old the UNs Political Committee he problem of disarmament is one of Ihe clearest Resting points of all for the sincerity of the new Russian regime 14 Nations Gross asked support for a reso utipn proposed Wednesday by 14 nations asking that the 12nafion the 11 Security Councilmembers and Canada disarmament com mission becontinued to studyrthe sroblems of ation and balanced reductionof all armedforces and1 all arma nents and report to the Genera Assemblyand Security Council not ater than next The soviet government ha laid both under its past and pres et leadership has talked much about peace1 I hope that in Prime Minister Malenkovs speech in Moscow last Sunday word peace1 is itis understood by the restof the Thereare many ways by Which his can bet put to the test by deeds Disarmament is one ofthe clearest testing points 1 Questions It seems to me tight and proper to ask two simple questioni of the Soviet representative sitting here with us To these questions wo want no quick debaters answers Instead we wouldprefer the con sidered reply of the soviet govern ment 1 Is this time w h e n the Soviet government is willing to dis cuss constructively the subject of disarmament which the charter recognizes is so importantfor the setlement of conditions of peace 2 Is this a forum in which Soviet representative will negoti ate with his colleagues in orderto jive tangible form in this particu lar field to what the Sovietrulers claim is their tried and tested policy of peace The Soviet government should recognize the challenge in newed suggestion that they gotiate in good faith on the prob om of disarmament An effective system of disarmament will pro vide the best insurance against aggression by anybody against anybody for it will remove the armed strength which makes ag gression Seams Foolish Gross remarked that it may seem to talk about dis armament while the world is re arming but he declared that it is the highest part of responsibility to continue efforts to disarm Gross said the United States did not pretend that the Western plan represented the last word on the question although all members of he disarmament commission ex cept Russia were in agreement He then disclosed that the United States will join with some other Countries in sponsoring a resolu tion calling on the commission to continue its efforts and report back to the General Assemblyby Sept 1 this year M kwrs Sports Bulletins ST PETERSBURG Fla OftL National votod unarn imousiy Wednesday to allow Low Parini to move his Boston franchise Milwaukee in first shift of a major league frtn in 50 years The action was taken en ceo dition that American Associa tion of now is a member take necessary to clear the s IOWA advanced into the second round of the high school state basketball teor namenf Wednesday afternoon defeating Abraham Lincoln 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