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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 3, 1953, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper HOME EDITION 6isi CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKIS ALL N O R T H I O W A N S N E I G H I O R S VOL LIX Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY APRIL 3 1W3 This Paper Consists of Two One No Stassen Retracts on McCarthy Blast Ike to Judge Redi Sincerity by POW Negotiations Dcint Expect Polio Vaccine Before 1955 Still Must Test Drug Thoroughly CHICAGO general public may not get any of the new highly promising but still experimental polio vaccine before 1955 at least A group of the nations top med ical leaders including the heads of the American Medical Association and the National Foundation for In fantile Paralysis have urged that limited but expanding studies be carried out the remainder of 1953 and in 1954 to test the safety and effectiveness of the preparation Hospital Director This was disclosed Friday by Dr Thomas M Rivers di rector of the hospital for the Rocke feller Institute for Medical Re search in a letter to the editor of Journal the American Med ical Association At the same time the AMA Journal said in an editorial that while vaccine of the type tested has shown most promising results the search of this type cannot be hastened The Journal added The ultimate goal requires a willingness to take cautious cal stepbystep advances Each new step should be taken onlyafter establishing the wisdom of the pre ceding one With the approach of the polio season there is danger that many will advocate larger and steps Pittsburgh Dr Jonas re searcher atthe University of PiUs announced development of the new mineral otiStype vaccine on March 26 preliminary tests he said the vaccine gave 90persons protection against all three types of viruses that cause human polio and none o the patients suffered any ill ef fects Dr Rivers said the medical rep resentatives made their recommen dations for further limited stepby step evaluation after hearing from DrSalk a detailed account of his studies lo date Builders Show Facts WHATNorth Iowas 17th An nual Building Home Furnishings Show School on East State Street to 10 pm Friday and 34 attractive and in structive booths representing North Iowas leading Building Home Furnishing concerns Iowa Build ers Exchange WASHINGTON Eisenhower will judge the sincerity of the fast moving Communist peace campaign by the outcome of next weeks negotiations in Ko rea for exchange of sick and wounded war prisoners If the Communists actually de liver Allied prisoners and then agree to a final Korean armistice Mr Eisenhower will be in a mood to consider high level talks with Russia on other Cold Warissues Diplomatic circles agreed that this attitude of the President could be discerned from his remarks at a news conference Thursday AP WIrephoto SAYS CHRIST HAS ATHLETES ist Lorenzo Ferri working in Rome on a portrait of Jesus Christ in the act of instituting the Eucharist by breaking the bread saysthat Christ is 6 feettall long limbed and finely muscled from His preaching pilgrimages Ferrihas drawn this conclusion after 21yyearsof study1 West East Join Hands Devout Retrace Christs Last Steps in Jerusalem JERUSALEM and Easternchurches joined hands Friday in retracing Christslast steps through the narrow roughlypaved Via Dolorosa in the city Red tarbushes of Arabs and black fedoras and white sun from helmets Europe of and America were seen The devout made their way solemnly out to the secluded Gar den of Gelhsemane past the olive which Jesus and His disciples sat on the eve of the crucifixion and where He wasar during the night Under a bright sun in the clear blue sky wild flowers waved in a light breeze directly cast of the grey wall of the old city At each of 14 stations of the cross marked by tablets set in the wall the procession paused to pray and listen to sermons The procession reached its first station at the siteof the Prae torium where Christ was judgment hall condemned to death Then it slowly proceeded down several steps to the second station ALIVE FOR Decubelis 4 Easter bunny glad to be alive When her heart stopped halfway through a tonsil operation in Jacksonville Fla Tuesday Dr Eugene Simmons cut openher chest and wrought her back to life by massaging her heart No Fire There Just Firemen CLEAR LAKE When anyone turns in a fire alarm at Clear Lake he gets action The telephone operator had dif ficulty reaching the firemen to turn in an alarm Thursday eve ning No one was at the fire sta tion but she finally located Mayor S A Hinlzman who happened to be at the police station The mayor opened the doors of the fire station and two volunteers and Tom Ouverson fire truck to Peter Allan Tarr wheeled the sons Drivein found no fire only firemen peacefully drinking coffee after their monthly business ses sion City Hall The telephone operator had misinterpieted the message when a fireman called to leave word where they would be in case of need TRACES WEATHER DES MOINES weather search radar to follow the paths of thunderstorms across Iowa is being installed at the DCS Moines Municipal Airport He said the United Slates hopes that ah exchange of sick and wounded war prisoners will be quickly accomplished Such an agreement he added would be heartily welcomed by this govern ment as a clear indication that deeds rather than words are Com ing into fashion with the Commu nists Pending agreement in Korea the President applied the brakes to speculation about a meeting be tween him and Soviet Premier GcorgiNM Malenkov He said he saw no need at the moment for direct talks with the Russians His statement was interpreted by diplomatic experts asbait for the Russians to take if they seriously want a ColdWar settlement with the West They were told in effect lo do business in Korea first and then put other major problems on tho peace The President gave the Reds every encourage ment to act In good faith Mr Eisenhower refused to say whether he entrusted any personal message lo Malenkov for delivery by new Ambassador to Russia Charles E Bohlen Bohlen talked withthe President Thursday at the White House before flying to cow Report on Eliminating Car Abuses Says State Could Save on Automobiles DES MOINES Auditor Chet B Akers Friday made public a preliminary report of an audit recommending correction of what the audit called abuses in the use of state and private cars for travel by state employes Essential phases of the report covering records of the State Car Dispatchers Office during the 195152 fiscal year had previously leaked out Not Complete Akers said he did not release the reportcarliejv because he con sidered it incomplete The final audit will not be finished for an other month he added The report said more than 12000 miles a year should be fur nished a state car instead of a private mileage allowance and tliqsedriving lesser amounts should justify their need for a state ve hicle A stale car assigned to Deputy Secretary of Agriculture LloydVan Patten should be taken from him and reassigned The audit said Van Patten drove 14187 miles during Biyear about half of it between Des Moines and Indianola his home There is no apparent need a state pool car being assigned to Ted A Larson who lives in DCS Moincs but works in Iowa City as an auditor for State Board of Edu cation institutions 7 Cents a Mile That 211 state employes who have been using their private cars at sevencents a mile be assigned state cars on which the rate is only 3V4 cents a mile This would effect an estimated saying of a year That department heads make a thorough check on how state cars are being used and the car dispatcher require that all the ve hicles be conspicuously identified The report criticized a lack of records in the office of Dispatcher Walter Reuther as regards dum my license plates issued The audit noted 43 sets had been issued one to Slatehpuse Custodian Fred Willis and commented We see no reason why the custodian needs dummy plates Such plates are regular license plates but records of them are maintained in a secret file The audit noted that State Audi tor Akers office also had a set of dummy plates Akers when asked about this said the set was used by his examiners at different times and that occasionally I put them on Amputates Own Arm to Get Free of Car Wreck HATTIESBURG Miss unemployed ex GI who cut off his arm with a pocketkmfe to get free of a wrecked car expressed more concern Friday about job prospects than about his ordeal Wholl want to hire a onearmed asked Carl Creel 28 of New Augusta Miss Im afraid its going to be tough on my wife and little girl Creel his crude amputation now made safe by emergency surgery calmly related from his hospital bed how the thought of his family gave him courage despite pain more severe than anything I ever have felt I decided I either was going to bleed to death before anybody found me or the car would catch fire from the gasoline tank which bustedso I cut the arm off Creel said After severing his left arm be tween the wrist and elbow in 15 minutes Creel said he grasped the stump with his other hand and walked a mile to the nearest farm house where the housewife made a tournequet But she was unable to drive her husbands car so Creel himself drove it to New Augusta with the woman beside him YOUTH WONTLOOK AT FATHER McManusT 18yearold accused slayer look at his fatherMose McManus as they pose for a picture in the Dubuque sheriffsoffice Authoritative sources revealed that the problem T of handling the Communist peace maneuvers is under continuous study by Mr Ei senhower arid his top advisers The administration wants to ease world tensions on an honorable b a sis This would permit reductions in taxes lower defense spending and permit lower foreign aid outlays in line with campaign promises But a policr caution is being followed to make sure the Red strategy isnt just a trick UN Getting Ready for POW Rush MUNSAN Korea United Nations Command Friday rushed plans for the possible quick return of sick and wounded Allied prison ers from North Korea But the American admiral who ill speak for the UN in prisoner exchange talks opening Monday at Panmunjom said I would never French Released PARIS French For eign Office said Friday that 14 French internedby the Communim in Korea have been liberated and willarrive soonin Moscow make the mistake of being loo op timistic Rear Adm John C Daniel a UN truce negotiator chosen to headthe Allied added hopethe Communists mean busi ness this time If the negotiators at Panmunjom Has Not Undermined U S Policy Agrees With Ike on Controversy WASHINGTON Foreign Aid Chief Harold E Stassen said Friday now agrees that Sen Joseph R McCarthy has notTurider mined foreign policy in the Greek ship furor Stassen said the constructive turn in the position takenby Mc Carthy ledhint to agreewith Presi dent Eisenhower thatthe Wisconsin Republican has not undermined foreignpolicy J Stassen talked with reporters as he left the regular1 Fridaycabinet meeting with Mr Eisenhower OytcomVV Stassen said he thoughVthere had been a to what started out lastSaturday as a tor for his agreements withGreek ship own ers to refrain from shipping to Iron Curtain ports v Mr Eisenhower told his news conference Thursday he did not believe administrationforeign policy was undermined by Mc Carthys action because iMcCarthy had no power to ments for The President also he disagreed withStassento the ex tent that he tHoughttheMutual Se curity Administrator mearit that McCarthy might have indulged in infringement 1 of executive rights rather than istration policy T Stassen said Friday he lisuse agree to exchange sick and wounded prisoners the Eighth Army will handle the transporta tion medical care and supply to Die Find Body of Student in New York DUBUQUE warmer meeting between heart broken father and adamant son Friday left unchanged the teenaged self admitted slayers determination to go it alone to the last I want to die Fred Eugene McManus 18 told his father Mose McManus Valley Stream NY brewery executive in their brief reunion at the county jail Fred is held for the slaying of five persons in New York Illinois and Minne sola in a fourday trail of crime The father left shortly after for his local lawyers office Meanwhile conferences looking toward possible extradition of Fred were getting under way and in Another story picture on page 2 DCS Moines Gov William S Bcardsley outlined his views on extradition Inasmuch as the first crime was committed in New York and it is the home state of the lad in ail likelihood I would honor a request for extradition to that state The elder McManus had a hap pier reunion with his son Thursday night and said later that the boys attitude had changed considerably from previous meetings Now he is more like his true self to his dad the elder McManus said He added however his son still would not let him retain an attor ney The family can use the money better than J can the youth as serted Ill wait and let the court appoint an attorney for They met Thursday night for the third time shortly before Rochester N Y officials located the body of the first young McManus five victims William A Braverman 19yearold Hobart College fresh man The body was found in an aban doned gravel pit True Poetic Justice CHESAPEAKE O Jake Smith figures it was poetic justice As village magistratehis honor had before him a woman with a traffic violation He recpgnized her as one of his former school teachers r On her plea of guilty Mayor Smith said I sentence you to eith er pay or write on a piece of paper I shall not cross the yellow line 200 times i Ill pay the five dollars the teacher said President Pqsses Picking of GOP Chief to His WASHINGTON IP President Eisenhower has passed selection of a new Republican National Committee chairman to his political advisers subject to final White House okay Choice will be made here by the National Committee one week from Friday Mr hower hopes all hands will be agreed on Ihe new man some days prior to the meeting If noi agree ment is reached the alternatives will be a headon contest when the committee meets or a personal choice by the President This pattern emerged Thursdays political field from day at the White House Mr Eisenhower topped a political day with a news conference outline of his strategy to win the 1954 congressional elec tions It can he simply done he told conference questioners this way 1 The Republican show the voters a Parly must progressive sane record of accomplishment 2 Their program must be kept within constitutional processes 3 It must he for the welfare and interest of all the people and not of any particular segment of the population SAME Black trufflo 4ealh 1 konri Oleo Packages in Triangles Cost Too Much CHICAGO Iowa leg islators said thecost packaging oleo in triangular cartons appar ently is prohibitive They inspected margarine plants and a machine shop here Thursday in a search for information on the proposed IowayeJlow oleo bill The issue blocking passage of the bill is the shape finished oleo product to be offered for sale The Iowa House wants square packaging The Iowa Senate insists on triangular identification for oleo We found the machinery to make it that way Rep Clark H McNeal RBelmond said of tri angular packages But the wrap ping would be too expensive However the full legislative committee will decide Rep Fred v We have to be careful so that no one puts oleo into a butter carton and sells1 it as butter McNeal said t can make the triangles easy enough saidSen Dpn Risk R Vbut unit would have to be wrapped indi vidually v 4 his r wj before subcom mittee earlier put to the President Thursday in erro neous corftexl fthorought ly agreed sition in the matterbut thought the final test is what happens in future weeks months to the administrations program Change in Petition Stassen used the phrase con structive describe What he called a change in McCarthys posi tion from last Saturday when he first announced the Greek ship deals and the announcement followr ing the senatorslunch this week with Secretary of State JohnFoster Dulles Stassen who said theissue did not come up in the Friday told I thought the ation worked out favorable and 1 am happy about the conclusion I think the objective of work ing toward carrying trations program through the Con gress has been advanced by the clarifications that have occurred What I emphasized in my testi mony Monday the impor tance of hacking leadership in foreign policy of the secretary of state and The senator has indicated he will do that and I think that is a favorable outcome Mr Eisenhower took what was regarded by some as a conciliato ry stand in the McCarthyStassen dispute All Right With He told his weekly news confer ence it was all tight with him if McCarthy wants to obtain infor mal promises from Greek shippers not to trade with Iron Curtain countries He said he did not believe the Wisconsin Republican intended to negotiate formal agreements on behalf of the government which he had neither the right nor power to conclude All About The Weather Iowa Cloudy Friday night and Saturday Mason City Generally fair Friday night and Saturday Colder Fri day night i i Minnesota Cloudy with snow or snow flurries north and east Ft x GlobeGazette weather data up to a m Friday Maximum Minimum At 8 a m Precipitation YEARAGO Maximum1 Minimum 47 35 45   

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