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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 20, 1953, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for DN CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10 WANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION GREATER MASON CITY DAYS MAY 21 22 AND 23 VOL UX Associated and United 1rcss Full Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY MAY 20 1953 Ike Says Truman Left Behind Critically Unsound Finances Polish Pilot Lands MIG in Denmark ROENNE Bornholm Island Polish air force lieutenant crashlanded his Russianmade MIG15 jet plane Wednesday in a clump of trees on this Danish Is land in the Baltic Sea The lieutenant who was not Identified stepped unhurt from the apparently slightly damaged plane and military authorities im mediately took him into custody Soldiers from nearby Almegaard military camp guarded the plane and refused to permit to be photo graphed Eyewitnesses said the planes wheels were down when they saw it zoom over the camp The pilot swung out to sea then returned and tried to land in a rockfilled field The plane bounced on the rocks and hopped over a road before crashing into a small grove One of the jet planes wings was broken but no other visible dam age was noticed Troops at the camp were alerted when the MIG roared overhead It was the second Russianmade jet to land on this island Last March 5 Polish Lt Fran ciszek Jarecki flew the first Mig 15 to freedom setting it down here and asking for political asylum During the next three days Po land sentthree angry notes to Den mark demanding return of the plane but the Danes rejected the protests on the ground that Ja recki acted voluntarily Poland therf interned six Danish fishing vessels and their 23 crew men but subsequently released them Recounts Night of Shooting I Missed Me Witness Quotes Hinich as Saying I missed me saitl Mike Hinich as he fell to the floor after shooting his wife a witness testified Wednesday at Hinichs murder trial in District court at Mason City Why didnt you let me kill myself Hmich asked another witness Henry J sick owner of the Blue Ribbon Tavern where the shooting oc curred Busickis now an auto me chanic at Hampton The bartender Lloyd L Robert son now working as a grave dig ger was the witness who heard the missed me remark He also testified that as police look Hinich out the door Robertson heard him I hope she dies Savanth Busick wasthe seventh of th e states expected 19 witnesses in the trial of Hinich 63 for the shoot ing of his wife Dorothy 30 last July He said Hinich seemed hysterical after the shooting and called out the name of his wife several times A loud noise like a firecrack er was his first warning of what was going on Busick told the jury He heard seven shots as he rushed standing Youth Killed Iowa Ciryans IOWA CITY grand jury reported late Tuesday a 17year old high school yputh brutally mur dered anda girl arid three1 days later tookhis own life The grand jury report blamed Charles Nelson for the deaths of Mrsi James Ciler 4V and Beverly Brenueman 14 bludgeoned lo death on the lonely Ciler farm three miles southeast of here the night of April 8 The jury said We report that upon the evidence presented to the 1I1FV ttnrl S3 oViS his own grabbed him from behind and by resnrisihefor he d find that Charles the wrists and turned him around He said Hinich took three or four steps and then collapsed Under crossexamination by M L Mason Hinichs attorney Rob ertson said he had seen Mike and Dorothy Hinich in the tavern many times before July 12 1952 He told Mason that he never saw Dorothy Hinich come into the tavern any afternoon Robert H Shepard Cerro Gordo County attorney prosecuting the case for the state asked Robertson when was the last time he had seen Mrs Hinich in the tavern be fore July12 Robertson said he hadnt seen her in the tavern for about a month Cecil L Carberry and his for mer wife Opal told the jury about sitting in a booth with Mrs Hin ich when Hinich came in Both testified that Hinich came in and said Hi Mom and lhat Mrs responsible for the deaths of Hub Ciler and Beverly Brenneman The report m ade lo Distric Judge Harold Evans did not dis close what evidence had been con sidered Nelson had raked leaves on the Ciler farm the day before th crimes were committed Young Nelson was found fatallj wounded inhis home April 11 abou the time he was scheduled to be questioned He died several hours later without making a statement County Attorney William L Meardonhad said authorities were agreed he took his own life but would not say whether there was a definite link between the youths suicide and the murders AP Wlrephoto NO TAX CUT THIS Eisenhower tells the nation Tuesday night to expect no tax cut this because Russia is still Bent on destruction of freedom everywhere In a nationwide radio broadcast his first formal report direct to the American people the President proposed that incometaxes come down but notbefore nextJan 1 Source Reports UN Will OK Neutral Country Plan TOKYO Thursday United Nations in a final1 truce offer to the Communists will agree that antiRed Chi nese prisoners of the UN be sent to a neutral country until their future is decided a reliable source said Wednesday But Repeats Tax Plans to Congress Some Opposed to Profits Tax WASHINGTON r e s i d en jisenhower sending to Congres lis program for maintaining tax evels said Wednesday the Truman administration left behind a criti tally unsound state of financial af ains In a special measure the Presi dent told the lawmakers that ex cept for the economies he is mak ing in spending it would be impos sible to have a reduction next Jan in individual income taxes 10 Par Cant He added I believe a reduction in per sonal income taxes can and should be made effective next Jan 1 This reduction will amount to about 10 per cent on the lower and mid dle incomes graduating down to below one and two per cent on the highest brackets This reduction is to be made un der existing law and does not re quire further congressional action The Presidents message in a sixpoint programcall ingj in for a com prehensive of th existing tax structure In that connection he said spe a modified sys gaieg tuition will JQ t hfe recomrnend for1 tax revisions that will Toe submitted to the1 Congress next January Otherwise he outlined essential ly the program he had presented to the nation in a broadcast ad dress Tuesday night Calls Again He called again for extension of the excess profits lax on corpora tions and declared anew that cur rent individual income tax rates must be continued the rest of this This Paper Consists Two Marshal Smashes Into Apartment NEW YORK who locked in an apartment in an effort to balk of a family removed Wednesday after a city marshal used a sledge hammer to break down the deer The door smashing followed few hours after six women aban doned a teckandchaifl sttdown protest against the eviction in rhe Metropolitan Life Insurance Ce CHAINDOWN PROTEST Six women protesting the scheduled eviction of a Negro family in New York sit chained to chairs im a demonstration in an office of the Metro politan Life Insurance Co Mrs Sophie Dec atur second from right and her husband Michael face eviction from the apartment they subleased in Metropolitans Parkchester development in the Bronx The companys refusalto renew the lease was upheld in court Ask Ike Statement on Trade Say British Ships Carried Red Troops Already at Peak WASHINGTON senators called Wednesday for a statement from President Eisen hower himself on Allied Nations trade with Red China after hear ing testimony that two British owned x vessels transported Red Chinese troops along the China Coast last year The testimony came from Rob ert Kennedy at a public hearing before the Senate Investigations Subcommittee of which he is an assistant council It drew angry comment from some of the sen ators present MILWAUKEE CIO plaa for Mitwaukaa to drink much baar humanly poiiibla draw a cynical laugh from traffic cop Wadnatday Its imBwiblaVIftM efficar Thayra already aVJnkmaj much as v Tha State CIO Council Twatday to up ttvair comumptlon 9 CIO United Brawary thla boar capital of thoJnation Schultx ttetfCIO protldotit whan prawnt of Mllwaukoo baar aro way of alt good unionmada baar wont bo TKo f t i j r VanAlstine Receives Final Approval as US Attorney Clothing of the victims and of Nelson was analyzed by the FBI in Washington BC Meardon said the FBI found a number of human blood stains on a r u s tcolored sa Uluuu aimuo uu n i u a viuiuicu Hinich greeted her husband with jacket belonging to Nelson but the Hi Mike Mrs Carberry said type of blood could not be deter she knew something was wrong mined when Mrs Hinich slumped over Durjng the investigation it was learned Nelson had sought to es tablish an alibi for his whereabouts the night of the slayings The bodies of the two women were badly mutilated on her shoulder Mrs Carberry said she took Mrs Hinichs pulse after seeing the blood on Mrs Hin ichs left arm Pull Out a Gun Carberry said he saw Hinich pull back his coat pull out a gun and start shooting Carberry testified that Hinich fired four shots in Mrs Hinichs direction and then fired twice at himself Carberry wasnt too sure what happened next He said he was too much interested in his wife to remember what hap pened until he saw Hinich lying on the floor crying Dorothy Doro thy The jury of six men and six women and fewer than 30 specta tors heard S W Lock John J Cbilson and Joseph F Stangler testify as the actual trial started Tuesday afternoon Mrs Carberry also testified Tuesday Her for mer husband was the first witness called by Shepard on Wednesday Lock told about taking photo graphs of the shooting scene Chil son a cab driver at the time told the court about taking Hinich on a tour of taverns just before the shooting He said he was going into the tavern to collect his fare from Hinich when he beard the snooting He said he heard seven shots Stangler a patron in the tavern gaid he had just ordered a beer when the excitement started He that he turned around and when he saw the shoot See War by AFL Against President WASHINGTON UP The top command of the American Fed eration of Labor got set Wednesday todeclare open politicalwarfare on the Eisenhower administration The move got underway as the 15man Executive Council head ed by AFL President George Meany opened a fiveday coofer UN will stand pat on its insistence that the antiCom munist Korean prisoners it holds be kept in Korea the informant said The UN offer will be made when the truce negotiations are resumed al Panmunjom at 11 am Monday In general the Allied plan is ex peeled lo go along with the Indian plan which the UN Assembly ap proved last December It is understood the threat of re leasing all antiRed Korean prison year A majority of Republicans on the House Ways and Means Commit tee reportedly agreed Wednesday to oppose extending the excess profits tax as asked by President Eisenhower GOP members of the key tax writing committee met privately to discuss Eisenhowers request made in a dramatic radio broad cast Tuesday night that snuffed out hopes for immediate tax cuts and called for continued high rev nues to keep our nation secure nd our dollar sound in an age of anger Might Waiver Members who attended the scs ion said there were some who ndicated they might waver from ieir previous unanimous lineup tartar to Sen McCarthy the com mittee chairman said he would have a letter to Eisenhower drawn up Wednesday afternoon In the swiftlymoving hearing Kennedy testified that Western Allies trade with Red tuna has shown tremendous in reases and that 100 ships flying he British flag have engaged in he China trade in the first three nd a half months of this year Every the US Mlieshas hauled at leastone car o to the Reds containing items vhich Washington be Vini mitlitnW Allied All About rAU ADOUl The Weather Mason City Generally cloudy through Thursday r Iowa Cloudy with thunderstorms Thursday Minrmota Thursday cloudy with occasional showers cooler south GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation ence on lems a wide variety of prob GiveAway1 Informed sources said the coun cil would draw up an attack on Ihe GOPcontrolled Congress for an foreign policy ers outright in South Korea may be held over the heads of the Com munist negotiators The UN also will insist on the firmest guarantees against the forcible repatriation of any prison ers it is understood Informants said the UN will refuse to let any Soviet satellite troops go to Korea as neutral guards antiRec prisoners Finishing touches are being pu and gram giveaway They said domestic pro administration SAME Black flag Means 4eilk past Imirt officials also were in line for the sharp criticism perhaps destroy ing President Eisenhowers hopes of winning labors cooperation At the same lime the council was due to tackle the problem of what to do about the racketrid den AFL longshoremens union The sources predicted the group would recommend expulsion of the waterfront union for failure to clean house as demanded by the AFL leaders UnvaM Corruption Last February after New York crime hearings unveiled corrup tion along the waterfront the council set a series of demands on the union including an order to clean its membership of crim inals Union President Joseph A Ryan now under indictment for extortion of union funds turnec over a 16page report on Friday lo the AFL on what action has been taken so far on the Alliedplan here Suprem Allied Commander Gen Mark Clark and LtG en William K Harrison senior UN truce negotia tor are radio teletype cohsu tation with the Pentagon in Wash ington In an effort to get all UN coun tries into agreement as well as the Communists the new plan is gainst extension of the tax now due to expire June 30 But a ma ority stillwere unswayed by thi residents request to keep itfo six months longer GOP House leaders were moving with behindthescenes maneuver to try to put through the extensio and avert a rebuff to the President Speaker Martin RMass calle Republican members of the Way and Means Committee into a close meeting at noon Majority leade WASHINGTON Of Republican appointments to top federal legal posts in Iowa received final con firmation Wednesday The US Senate approved Pres ident Eisenhowers nominations of 12 US attorneys and marshalis including four lowans The four will replace Democrats in the po sitions The Iowa appointees include Roy L Stephcnson 35 Des Moines Polk County Republican Chairman as new US District Attorney for Southern Iowa re placing William Hart of Iowa City E Van Alstine ormer Pocahontast County Attor ney as new US District Attorney or Northern Iowa replacing M L Mason of Mason City Mason haa een filling the post 911 an interim jasis since the resignation of Tobi as E Diamond last fall Roland A Walters S3 Lenox longtime GOP worker and farm operator as US Marshal for Southern Iowa succeeding Dan Mc Eniry of Des Moines Clem Crahan Oelwein radio ex ecutive and Fayette County Re publican chairman as US Mar shal for NorthernIowa succeed ing Fred Bierman Decprah strategic hut which the Allied owers contended were nonstra egic No Names The Defense Department has re used to name either the disputed commodities Kennedy mentioned or the ships which carried them on grounds that this is classified information Kennedy said the British f ships he reported had hauled Red troops were owned by companies in Hong Kong Not Quite a Secret Ballot Halleck RInd and other lead ers were to attend INSURANCE BENEFITS NEW YORK Institute of Life Insurance reports that Iowa families received in life insurance death benefit payments in the first three months of this expected to follow the Indian PHILADELPHIA Eve lyn Rice 30 drew the curtain on a voting machine and was all set to cast her ballot in the primary lection Tuesday Suddenly she said a hand reached under the curtain and began pulling levers she had not intended to pull Asst Dist Atty Leon Katssaid the hand belonged lo Charles Travis 41 who was arrested on a charge of illegal assistance in a polling booth Travis was held in bail for the grand jury Blame Engineer for Wreck 1 DES MOINES WVA train wreck which killed and in ured 20 near Osceola la April 18 resulted when the train went around a 55miIeanhourcurve at 100 miles an hour the Iowa Com merce Commission said Wednes day The commissions official report on the accident blamed the engi neer of the diesel locomotive F E Fisher 65 Ottumwa la It he was so interested in snap ing a board for window open ng that the train went around the curve far beyond the posted speed Fisher was killed in the acci dent along with Ray Schultz 50 Oltumwa the conductor and Mrs Elizabeth Schatz 67 Park 111 a passenger on the Bur lington passenger and mail train With attention totally devoted to the operation of the train nodif ficulty should have arisen relative to Ipcatioh or lack of wayside in formation peitaining to restricted areas ahead of the train the re port said H A Franklin the commissions superintendent of safety said fur ther it is apparent that the en gineer of this train became so en grossed in forming a size of a window opening that he neglected to observe and contro the speed of the train until it had reached a point near the begin ning of a curve where amaximum speed 55 miles per hour is jgnaled kr Mam ROADS TO MASON leading into JUson City from Clear Lake and other communities to thewest which will be sending shoppers to Mason City Thursday Friday and Saturday are shown in this aerial view which looks eastward straight down Highway 18 At left center NW starts at the east edge of the Municipal Air port At right center is Highway 106 A bit of Clear Lake is at lower right and Mason Citys streets canbeieeri faintly an the distance The last three of this are Greater Mason City Days i y ti   

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