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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 4, 1953, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowos Daily Newspaper HOME EDITION CITYG GAZETTE 7HI NEWSrAPER THAT MAKES ALL N 0 R T H I 0 W A N S N E I G H O R S VOL LIX Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents ft Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY APRIL 4 1W3 Tills Pnpcr Consists ot Two Ona r 92 Dead in Turki Sub marine Reunion With McManus Leaves Iowa to Return to New York DUBUQUE Fred E McManus 18yearold confessed slayer of five persons left by plane shortly after noon Satur day for Rochester NY where he is charged with first de gree murder The flight arrangements provided for a reunion of the AWOL Marine and old Diane Marie Weggeland who is being returned as a ma terial witness The plane bearing the young couple look off at pm and was expected to arrive at Roches ter between and 4 pm Before boarding Fred and Diane were to gether for the first time since their Murder Victim CHESTER Funeral strviccs for Mrs David Btaston who was murdered in a cafe at Spring Valley Minn Monday were heldin St Stephens Church in Chester Wednesday Burial was In the Cresco Cemetery The Beaston family formerly resided In the Chester community1 arrest last Tuesday They hugged and kissed and posed for photogra phers appearing as happy as a young couple preparing to take off on a honeymoon flight Three New York r Stale officials took custodyof McManus and the girl for the return flight Young McManus waived extra dition tpNew York and made a brief courtroom appearance at which an armed robbery charge him was dropped Earlier Saturday morningthe boys father Mose McManus of Valley Stream NY visited for 15 minutes with his son and then de heartbrokeri1 father jie wants to die again off ers of legal aid When McManus appeared in court handcuffed to two Dubuque officersDistrict Judge John G Chalmers asked him ifit was true that he had refused to accept ser vices1 of an attorney hired by his father That is correct Fred replied Young McManus then rejected the judges offer to arrange for a courtappointed attorney He said he knew he had the right to de mand extradition proceedings Do you hereby waive extradi tion and voluntarily agree to re turn to New York State asked the judge I do the boy answered Then he sighed the waiver McManus smiling jovially then was escorted from the courtroom and Diane was brought in She similarly was advised of her rights and waived them all As soon as the courtroom pro ceedings were over the two were taken separately to the airport Builders Show Facts Iowas 17th An nual Building Home Furnishings Show State Street WHEN Aprils and in structive b o b t h s representing North Iowas leading Building Home Furnishing concerns School East 2 to 10 Exchange ADMISSIONFree Iowa Build Two Strikes End Another Begins By UNITED PRESS Two crippling strikes affecting some 85000 workers in the steel railroad and rubber industries end ed early Saturday But another strike got underway when about 10000 CIO electrical workers were called off their jobs at the electronics plant of the Gen eral Electric Co in Syracuse NY Representatives of the Union Railroad Company a US Steel subsidiary and the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen reached agree ment at am EST after near ly 62 hours of almost continuous negotiation with federal mediators Employes of five major U S Steel Corp plants beganreturning to work on the morning shift AP Wiiciihoio HST WITH COCONUT citizen Harry STruman poses beneath a coconut palm inthe Hawaiian Islands with his Coconut Cabinet The cabinet consists of young Calif ornians in the party of Oilman Ed win W Paiiley who isalso host to MrTruman and his family Reds Still Menace Dulles America to Push Ahead With Defense WASHINGTON tag ging of Red Russia as still a grave danger to the free world clearly indicated Saturday the Eisenhower administration although g Communist peace talk intends to push ahead with Westernde fense buildup Secretary of State Dulles told a news conference Friday that noth ing so far and nothing likely in the Red peace offensive has changed the basic situation of the Soviets aggressive threat He pictured Kremlin policy as essentially urialtered and nostile He said Russian peace overtures actually are responses at least in part to the strong pol icies of the administration in both Asia and Europe The secretary called for contin ued defensive strength and pro gress toward developing the pro posed European Defense Commu nity under which West Germany would be rearmed Dulles said his sequently issued as a formal state ment by the State Department expressed philosophy of the administration In response to queries at his news conference Dulles said he thought the cost of US foreign for the fiscal year beginning July 1 could be appreciably re duced from the pro posed by former President Tru man This can be done without im jairing American objectives Dulles said by increasing effici ency eliminating unnecessary spending and buying more goods abroad He gave no details for dollarsandccnts reduction figures LOS woman has had a court declare her legal owner of a inflicted fatal biles on a child even though the action makesher defendant in a damage suit Mrs Ivff Raymore of nearbyWhittier Friday successfully con tesled the claim of Fred Koehler to ownership pt the dog Sandy whichbit the 2yearoldson of Mr and GageJrfsb badly he died Koehler a city pound worker hadplVrined the animalput to death Mrs Raymore testified the dogWas given to Koehler without her knowledgeand she didnt know Sandy hadbitlen the boy imlil she saw pictures in a newspaper Sandy was always sweettempered gentle and my constant she said The Gages suit was filedagainst whomever was declared legal owner the dog An Expensive Dog Stqge Set for Crucial Talks on Trading POWs TOKYO stage was set Saturday for the start Monday of crucial Panrnunjom negotiations for the return of sick and wounded prisoners ofthe Korean war Rear Adm John C Daniel head of the Allied team for the talks on the repatriation ofsick and wounded named Jefs Destroy One Red MIG SEOUL WJ US Sabre jets destroyed one Communist MIG and damaged three others Saturday while on ground front Allied infantrymenbeat back two Chinese attacks Sabre pilots found MIG targets in sweeps over JCorea for the first time in five days The Fifth Air Force in announc ing Saturdays bag1 did not men tion Sabre losses But in ai weekly aerial summary the Aiz Force said no Alliedplanes were shot down in aircombat during1the week MIGS were shot down one probably was destroyed and eight were damaged during the week the summary said1 FBI Chief Differs With Taft Wants Red Teachers Fired WASHINGTON difference of opinion Between Senate Repub lican Leader Taft and FBI Direc tor J Edgar Hoover as to when Communist teachers should be re moved from faculties came to light Saturday Hoover made no reference to Taft in testimony released by the House Appropriations Subcommit tee considering the FBI budget But inthe testimony parts of which were deleted from the print td record j While we must jealously pro tect our academic freedom there to no room in America for Commu orCommunistsympathizers to our educational Taft has said in discussing Reds ineducalion probes he would not favor firing a college professor for being a Communist unless I was certain that he was teaching Com munism and having some effect dn the development of the thought of the students The Ohio senator voiced his views hesaid as amembcr of the board of trustees of a univer sity Yale in a Feb 21 speech be fore the National Canners1 Asso ciation at Chicago Hoover expressed his opinion Feb 25 at a closed session of the House subcommittee which leased his testimony Saturday re On the subject of Communists in education Hoover had this to say The Communist threat to our educational structure is not yet recognized fully in some quarters Individuals and groups some lib eral but frankly nonCommunist intheir outlook others taken in bytheCommunist line and still others working for the Communist cause continue to defend the right of Communists to hold teaching positions unless and until they demonstrate a disloyalty to our countryv It behooves every thinking American to reexamine critically the essential facts of the matter four officers he will take with him to Panmunjom The new Allied team will try to make satisfactory arrangements for the return to their homelands of the ailing and possibly resumption of full armistice talks to end the Korean fighting At Munsan preparations were rushed to receive the sick and within the next two weeks Named to serve with Daniel were Col Willard B Carlock Galveslon senior UN liaison officer South Korean Co Lee So Ybhng Col H M Orden Dunn Center ND and US Navy Cmdr Tames E Shew Gloden daleWash American Marine engineers hur ried construction of Freedom first home of the Allied prisoners returned from the RedPOW camps in North Korea The Communists were believed constructing similar forward hos pitalst An Allied officer said he had heard reports the Reds had cleared an area close to Kaesong for construction1 of a processing center There wasdefinite hope here as the time approached for the his toric talks thatAmerican and other Allied prisoners conceivably could be heading forhome in two weeks if the UN andCommunist negotiators agreedon the ex change Close observers believed that UN delegates did not expect the prisoner exchange talks to bog down in lengthy debate on minor details as have truce talks in the past1 DRIVERS CASE DBS MOINES MVDistrict Judge Russell Jordan has set next Mon day as the trial date of Charles Gene Van Dyck 22 charged with violatingthe financialresponsibil ity restrictions his drivers li cense Distribute of B C Way Estate Complete YMCA of of the B C Bide Way estate to charities chosen by Mrs Way was approved Satur day by Judge William P Butler in Cerro Gordo District court Scholarships for persons1 attending schools for the minis of the Episcopal Church of Iowa will be financed bya grant of Completion of the interior of the third floor ofthe Mason City YMCA and other improvements of Reds Release 15 Doctors From Prison the property will be financed by a An equal amount is given to the MasonCity YWCA to repair rebuild or expand its MOSCOW Wi Premier G corgi Physical fa ciiities Malerikovs new government Satur Roosevelt Boy Scout Camp at the day freed 15 doctors chargedlast west end of Clear Lake receives January with killing or plotting to to repair expand or extend kill high state leaders It declared its facilities and Camp Gaywood they had been falsely accusedof the Girl Scouts on the south Official announcements also disshore receives an equal amount closed A donniionof is made 1 from doctors al legedly confirming the accusations Chapel planned by the First Metho I strictly fordist Church The Hancock County Memorial had been obtained by bidden means 2 Persons accused of incorract Hospital at Britt whereMr Way conduct of the Investigation have lived throughout his early years been arrested and brought to jusreceives for its construc ce lionfund and the Salvation Army 3 A wo mm doctor has lost tha of Mason City for the same Order of Lenin she received Jan purpose 20 for exposing nine of the arrested medical men oE the National Foundation for In The release of the doctors was fantile Paralysis receives announced in a communique from the Iowa Heart Assicialion DCS the new Internal Affairs Ministry Moines and the IowaSociety headed by L P Beria Crippled Children and Adults premier in the new Soviet the Iowa Division of the Ameri ment can Cancer Society each Accusations St Catherines School for Girls Declaring verification has shown that the accusations are false and the documentary sourqes on which the workers of investiga tion based foundation the communique said the men have been completely rehabilitated and freed from cus tody The announcement gaveno indi cation of how many persons had been arrested for incorrect con duct in connection with the in vcstigation They in cluded some members of the old Davenport receives for the educational purposes ot the schoolbut not for ordinary operat ing StJohns Episcopal Church in Mason City of which Mr and Mrs Way longtime members re ceives to build anewrcc lory and an additional for renipdeling and furnishing the present rectory to be used for Sun day School and young pepples work and other meetings of the Church The remaining is a con State Security Ministry staff tribution to the budget of the Ma Saturdays communique listed six son cily Chest persons among the accused who Money for the bequests is on de had not previously been known to in a Mason City bank ac be involved In its announcement to the report by R F of the arrests Jan 13 the attorney for the estate ment reported charges against only nine doctors some of them Jews American intelligence through Zionist organization identified as Joint This was an apparent reference to the Joint Distribution Committee a Jewish which has aided refugees millions of European It Out In New York a spokesman for Lhe committee said Friday night died in February of 1950 that the JDCs original statement on the arrest of the nine doctors de clared the charges were without foundation in factand this bears it out The original Soviet announce issued during Stalins wan ing said the nine had con fessed ending the1 lives of Andrei A Zhdanov and Alexander S Shcherbakoy through faulty treat ment Zhdanov a leading Politburo member died in 1948 at the age of 52 Shcherbakov died in 1945 at 44 The Moscow press had called editorially for the death of the ac cused and demanded heightened vigilance against foreign spies See Olep Battle Hearing an End butter Both houses have passed the yel low oleo bill but the lower cham toward the cost a Community The Cerro Gordo County Chapter Mr Way with his brother Thomas and Truman Potter Ma son City built the Western Elcc At that time it accused them of Company which served the being in the service of British and northern part of Iowa from Charles City west across Iowa and Includ ing southern South Dakota and ern Bell Telephone Company KING CAROL Exiled King of Romania Dies at 59 LISBON Portugal King Carolof Romania 59 died of a heart attack early Saturday while chatting in his seaside villa with a doctor friend and the wom an who cost him his throne Death came suddenly as the former monarch was talking to Dr Mattos Taquenha and Magda Lu redhaired wife who was a junk dealers daughter when tie met and wooed her in the 1920s No Signs Servants at the villa in suburban Estoril said Carol had shown 110 signs of illness Friday night His last public appearance was on Tuesday when he attended memorial services inLisbon for Lhe late Dowager Queen Mary of Britain Carol and Magda who shocked European royalty by living as hus band and wife some 20 years be fore they married had spent sev cral years herein quiet but luxiir ious retirement Much of Carols income was said to come from Portuguese oil holdings They were notwed until 1947 when Magda was believed near death from anemia at a Rio do Janeiro hotel Carols survivors include his son former King Michael 31 who lives in Switzerland with his wife the rormer Princess Anne of Bourbou Parma Would Have Been 60 Carol would have been 60 next Oct 16 He was born in 1893 son ot Prince Ferdinand later king of Romania and Princess Maria of Sinks in 228 Feet of Water Collides With Swedish Vessel ISTANBUL Turkey WJ Turkish submarine Dumlupinar formerly the U S Bumper sankin the Dardanelles after a collision earIySalurdayand all aboard are presumed lost The Turkish Armed Forces Press Bureau said all contact with hc stricken vessel had been lost She carried 96 men on her fatal plunge but four on deck were plucked to safety The Dumlupinar sank in the early morning darkness after a collision with a Swedish mercbant ship Trapped in Hull The Turkish Navys chief of staff Col Astm earlier hat appeals from the submarine ndicated 22 men were alive trapped in the hull about 228 feet down He said then there was not much hope for them because deep water and swift currents ham pered rescue operations Five persons were onthe deck at the time of the collision and were saved but one the five died Inter from injuries 1 Shinik said the only contact with he trapped men was through an From an early age he loved beautiful women more than royal power and in1918 scandalized the uuu in JC7JO auujiuujjzuu uiu southwestern Minnesota It was Romanian court by eloping with merged in 1929 with the Northwestthe daughter of an artillery maior The marriage later was annulled U11J1 VxlULVU I r us ayn Was namcd cxccnlrix and in 1921 Carol then crown annoimremenL of the estate and received prince married Princess Helen of ished mmeJiatdv nearly half of it according to the Greece Michael their son was immediately T T VJ s W 4IA1WIJUV1 LllVlJ OUlj provisions the will Mr Way born seven months after the wed dingi WHERE SUB lo cates area In the Dardanelles where the Turkish sank after a night time collision r emergency telephone line sent to he surface by a buoy released rom the submarine I1 The survivors were in water ight stern compartments The jow was flooded and smashed anil all according to earlier announcement presumably per DES MOINES hard ought battle over colored oleo Saturday appeared near ended Most of the Iowa legislative com mittee trying to work out a com promise on the oleo issue now seem to favor selling the spread in onepound molds Sen X T Prentis RMount said Friday Five of the eight members of the committee visited two oleo product ing plants inChicago Thursday and earned it would be tooexpensive to cut oleo in triangles The committee sought to determine in what shapes margarine could be cut so it wouldntbe mistaken for BOHLENS FORCED BACKCharles bassador to Russia and hisfamily waved goodby as they York Saturdaymorning but in afew hours they Divers Sent Down Divers sent down Saturday morn ing reported it would be impossible to refloat the submarine Rescue workers were trying to get the rapped sailorsout some other way possibly through regular or emergency escape hatches U S Vice Adm John H Cassa dy commander of naval support and striking forces of NATOs South European command rushed the U S Destroyer to the scene ot rescue operations On board the Hawkins were doctors trained divers and a supply o medicines A score or more ships of the U S Sixth Fleet in Turkish waters on a courtesy visit and Cassady announced that all its fa cilities were at the disposal of the Turkish Navy The Frenchlanguage newspaper Istanbul said the Dumlupinar was returning from NATO maneuvers at the time of the accident iwrv ulCy um ouv me lower cnam ew ours ey er rejected a Senate move to were back The plane developed engine troubleand was have oleo cut in onequarterpound forced to turn backThey planned on taking another plane triangular packages 3ater in the day f About The Weather Mason City Fair Saturday night and Sunday Continued cool I lowa Sunday partly cloudy and not so cool in northeast Minnesota Fair to partly cloudy and continued cool GlobeGazette weather data up1 to8 am Saturday Maximiim 38 Minimum 33 At 8 am sgt Precipitation Trace1 48 Minimum   

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