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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 21, 1953, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited lor the Home i DIM CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LIX HOME EDITION GREATER MASON CITY DAYS MAY 21 22 AND 23 Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY MAY 21 1M3 ThU Paper Consists of Two NO m Big 3 Parley Set But French Govt Falls Farm Bloc Blocks Cuts in Program Close Vote Over Farm Subsidies WASHINGTON farm bloc after a tough fight Thursday chalked up a major victory over GOPled economy forces in the House Bipartisan Jarm congressmen shoved through the House without cuts late Wednesday a agricultural appropriations bill It would set a ceiling on future farm program outlays above the level recommended by the Eis enhower administration and about below the original Tru man requests Increases The increases over the pared down Eisenhower requests were as follows in cash appro priations and in loan authorizations for the year starting July 1 and in the ceiling on next years appropriations for 1954 soil conservation subsidies The bill now goes to the Senate House GOP farm leaders sup ported by most Democrats had a battle stopping a determined GOP drive to slash the advance authori zation for the 1954 conservation program to the recom mended by the administration For mer President Truman had pro posed First Vote TheHo use on a 139 to 137 teller vote first1 cut off the authorized for the 1954 program in the bill Later it reversed itself and restored the cut on a 201 to 196 rollcall vote Some Republican farm men complained that if the cut sought thefGOPlefppqmizc and the administration prevailed the Republican Party would be cutting its own throat in the farm belt for the next elections Rep H Carl Anderson RMinn who Appropriations Subcommittee drafted the bill said many farm congressmen know better than Secretary of Agriculture Ezra T Benson what programs the farm ers want and need About The Weather Iowa Friday increasing cloudiness and a little warmer Mason City Partly cloudy and cooler Thursday night low near partly cloudy and 40 Friday warmer Minnesota Partly little cooler cloudy and a GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Thursday Maximum 80 Minimum 45 At 8 am 47 Precipitation 07 Ago Maximum 71 Minimum 50 Meeting Is Now Uncertain Successor May Attend Sessions WASHINGTON W Eisenhower Prime President Minister GlobeGazette photo by WRECKAGE IN FARM years ago a strong wind destroyed the barn on the Lloyd True farm near Bristow Wednesday night the farm was revisited by high winds which destroyed a brooderhouse with 250 chicks a garage machine shed and windmill This time however the barn was not damaged Recessed Until Friday State Rests Case in Hinich Murder Trial The state rested its murder case against Mike Hinich in midafternopn Thursday after calling the last of 17 witnesses Judge Tom Boynlon then recessed the trial until 10 am Friday at the request of M L Mason attorney for Hinich who said he had called his witnesses for that time The final chapters of Mike Hinichs unhappy second marriage and the events leading to the violent death of his reviewed Thursday in District Court as the state neared the end of its case in the first degree mur charges against Hinich D jj1 Witnesses quoted Hinich Battle Over Tax Proposal WASHINGTON UP Republican Churchill and Premier Mayer dis closed plans Thursday to meet soon on Allied them whether to have a high level conference with the Russians but within hours Mayers govern ment was overthrown in France Collapse of the French Premiers government cast some uncertainty over the prospect for the Big Three meeting but there was op timism that it would go through nevertheless Successor Dispatches from Paris said May ers successor presumably would attend One official here asking not to be quoted by name said that ob viously further talk with Mayer successor would be necessary be ore anyone could say definitely vhether there would be a Big Three meeting No definite date and place had been announced here for the Eis enhower Churchill Mayer session mt Mayer had said it would be held in Bermuda June 17 Mayer was overthrown by the French National Assembly on do mestic issues involving tax pro posals and subsidies for wine anc iugar beet growers The proposed session with Eis enhower andChurchill was not an issue but on the contrary was usedby Mayer in a to save his gpyernment r He plans for the ses siori tothe National Assembly jus a few hours voted on whether he should continue to heac the French government In a Ei senhower described the primary purpose of the French meeting as to de Leader Halleck of Indiana said Thursday he was very opti mistic about chances for House approval of President Eisenhow ers request extend the excess profits tax on business But Republican opponents of the measure disclosed a series of strategy moves aimed at defeat ing the proposal or at least amend ing it These were developments after a full day of backstage maneuver ing Wednesday on an issue that has developed into one of the sternest tests so far of Eisenhow ers leadership with Congress M a conference with Halleck and House Speaker Martin R Republican members of the House Ways and Means Com mittee agreed fo hold hearings June 110 on Eisenhowers re quest photo by Gibbs GOLDEN charter members of the Iowa Title Association were honored at the Golden Anniversary meeting of the organization at the Hotel Hanford Thursday From left to right are Hugh H She card Mason1 City Ralph B Smith Varick CCrosley Webster City father of CarltohW Crosley president of the organization Story onPage 10 V telling about the way his wife went out with other men sat on their laps and kissed them in front of him how she went through sev eral thousand dollars became in loxicated and would live with Hin ich only when he had a hotel or private room and only then Hin ich told the witnesses when she was dead drunk South Federal Tavern Hinich 63 is charged with shoot ing his former wife in a South Fed eral tavern July 12 1952 The jury of six men and six wom en heard 17 witnesses tell about events leading up to and after the shooting Six of the witnesses were Mason City policemen They re peated the closing chapters told to them by Hinich immediately after he admitted shooting his wife One of the witnesses Dr George Joyce pathologist at Mercy Hos pital told of performing an autop sy on Mrs Hinich He told the jury that Mrs Hinich died from massive hemorrhaging in both chest cavities from bullet wounds Wednesdays testimony brought the first sign of breakdowns in the trial A shirt and fore the shooting incident brought tears to Hinichs eyes and his for mer wifes mother The shirt a gift and the one Mrs Hinich was wearing on the night she met her death in a booth in a South Federal tavern brought tears to the eyes of Elva Patten mother of the dead woman Hinich broke down when the let ter he had written in translated by George M Manbj lovich a Sheffield and Tile Company engineer who came to the US in 1949 from Hinichs na tive Yugoslavia Breaks Down The shirt crumpled and blood stained was offered as evidence by Robert H Shepard Cerro Gordo County attorney Hinichs letter to a Mason City friend is expected to be the key bit of evidence for the stale As translated by Manojloyich the let ter accused Dorothy Hinich o stealing and that she wanted Hinichs car house and money to give to others The letter said Hinich was so green decorated print a note written just be nervous that he could not stand it any longer The letter said tha Hinich had walked into a saloon only to sec his wife sittingon mens laps hugging and kissing them i Areas Near Alta Vista Bristow Hit Terrific wind and rain storms vith some resemblance to a torna do swept across the Bristow and Alta Vista areas Wednesday night causing extensive farm damage Mil no injuries In the Alta Vista area nine farms were hit Winds flattened farm buildings killed poultry and live stockas well as uprooting trees The story was much the same in he Bristow vicinity where the wind swept across the edge of the own and wrecked farm buildings n a path about seven miles long Car Damaged At the Mike Elenz farm south of Alta Vista the barn was twisted off its foundation and a large tree Storm at Clarion hard windstorm hit a farm operated by Mr and Mrs Harold Baker on Highway 3 threeand a half miles east of Clarion Wednesday night totally demolished a barn hog house and double corncrib Some milk cows were cut and bruised and it is thought some calves and sheep were killed was uprooted and fell against a arage damaging the building and a 1949 Plymouth car in the garage The corncrib was blown away al Lhe Jacob Zeien farm southwest of town other buildings on damaged velop common these friends on viewpoints the many with prob lems that must be solved cooper atively so that the cause of world be advanced Meeting With Malenkov In London Churchill told Par Hament My main hope is tha we may take a definite step for ward to a meeting of far graver Russian Prime Min ister Georgi M Malenkov There was a disposition in gov ernment quarters here to stress that the Western Powers have Defends U S LONDON Minister Churchill told the House of Com mons Thursday the United States is as anxious as we are to bring Korean fighting to a quick end Churchill said that in his per sonal view it was strategic mistake for the United Nations ever to have begun the often stalled armistice talks at the time they did many problems among themselves to warrant the meeting and to min imize talk in public about a pos sible Big Four session But Premier Mayer told the French National Assembly in Par is the approaching meeting would discuss the feasibility of a Big Four a meet ing with the Russians Mayer said also that France was ready to give unreserved consider ation to any proposals the Sovie Union may make on the question of world disarmament Churchill long has been inclined to the view that a highlevel meet ing with the Russians might be productive of some betterment in the world situation White House Press Secretary James Hagerty was asked directl at a news conference whether the Big Three session might develo later into a Big Four meeting wit Russia Hagerty declined to comment on that Told that Churchill had ex pressed hope that the Big Three meeting would lead to a confer ence at which Russia would be included Hagerty simply read Eis enhowers statement and said h was not going to elaborate on it This statement said The governments of the United States Great Britain and Franc have been in consultation with the view of holding an informal high level meeting Storm Hits Farms in North I6wd farm southwest of town the root o the barn was blown off and carried about a quarter of a mile The hoghouse was destroyed At the Nicholas Kolbet place southwestoftown the garage was blown to bits and the machine shec and farm machinery in it were damaged Sows Killed At the Henry Schluetter farm south of townthe barn was blown downs two of three sows were killed a few small pigs killed the hoghouse and brooder house were down and the chicken house dam aged The barn was clown on the Urban Sirinwell farm southeast of town and part of the roof of the machine shed and one end of the hoghouse alown away The cornerib was down on the Milton Erion farm east of Alta Vista and at the Arthur Schullz farm east of town a brooder house was blown away and some of the 150 chicks in it were killed Worst hit in the Alta Vista area seemed to be the Leo Dralle farm about three miles northeast of town and the last one on the path of the storm which struck first at the Willard Dennis farm four mile southwest of town Loses Barn Dralle lost a large barn tile silo windmill brooder house shed and many trees Neighbors were helping clean up the debris Thurs day morning Several calves were killed and the house damaged On the Willard Dennis farm a cattle shed was moved and the barn roof was demolished On the ad joining Dale Dennis farm a double crib was tipped against a car which was removed with a tractor with minor damage The barn on the Reuben Miller farm two miles west of town was moved several feet Harry Terrill at the west edge of Bristow los his barn At the Mino Folkerts farm a mile northeast of towna henhouse and other small buildings were demol ished A few rods north at the Lloyc True farm the brooderhouse with 350 chicks a garage machine shed and windmill were blown down Two years ago next month they los a barn Thenew one was no damaged Elsewhere in Iowa a man was killed in Waterloo when the wind toppled a large tree which demol ished his small home Dead was George Lemons 53 It took firemen four hours to saw the tree and re move Lemons from where he wa pinned in bed In Cedar Rapids where esti mates of damage ranged from upwards there were 1501 to 2500 telephone circuits out am 1000 homes were without power Several persons suffered minor in jury from flying or falling debris NEIGHBORS HELP CLEAR DEBRISThe Leo Dralle farm Bristow was hit hard by strong winds Wednesday night Here neighbors are removing lumber from what remains of the barn which was blown down Besides the barn Dralle lost a silo windmill brooder house shed and manytrees Ike Made Offer f o Obiam Freedom of U S Newsman Considers Easing Bans on Czechs WASHINGTON Communist Czechoslovakia freed Associated Press Correspondent William N Datis six weeks after President Eisenhower offered to consider easing trade and travel restrictions against the Czechs The White House Wednesday night released copies of messages exchanged between Eisenhower and new Czech President Antonin Zapotocky Lifting Bans Eisenhowers message dated March 30 told Zapolpcky that if he would release Oatis the U S would be willing to negotiate lift ing of sanctions imposed against Czechoslovakia when the newsman was jailed 25 months ago Zapotocky s reply dated May 15 informed Eisenhower that Oatis was and being would pardoned on not have to that day complete the rest of his 10year sentence on conviction of spying The Czech government through ts controlled radio Thursday called for the U S to terminate its economic restrictions against the country now that Oatis is free Direct Appeal Radio Prague heard in Vienna broadcast the text1 of the notes to Czechlisteners and quoted an edi torial from the Czech Communist Parly organ Rude Pravo calling on Eisenhower to lift the sanctions In his public announcement of Oatis freeing1 May 15 Zapotocky had said he acted on a direct ap peal for mercy from Mrs Oalis At that time the State Department said there wasnt any deal be tween the U S and Czechoslovakia to free the newsman Bully for Them MADISON Wis paternity suit Thursday lovesick pure bred bull who took a to two young and through to a calf with Raymond Uphoff that Suprems affair with Francos and SmokU caused to milk producing capabilities Uphoff in small claims court Uphoff Mary and Nancy Clark owners of rh bull In rh suit and listed John who operated the farm for sisters at the time of the bovine triangle codefendant The Misses Clark contended that Keller didntcare for the bull in a husbandlike under a state law which the keeper is responsible for all damages done by a bull Wildly Spreading River Threatens Louisiana City f f LAKE CHARLESLa wildly spreading casieu River swirled toward this southwest Louisiana city Thursday with thebiggest flood drove 1250 families from their homesHi Escapee Wants to Be Citizen SAN BERNARDINO Calif Lt Frandszek Jarecki who last March fled Communist Poland ina MIG jet fighter wants to become a United States citizen and fly with the US Air Force And he is thrilled that fellow flier and friend Lt Zdislaw Jaz wenski Wednesday duplicated his feat and escaped from Commu nism Jazwenski crash landed a MIG at the Baltic island of Born holm in Denmark Jarecki said Wednesday he hopes Congress will allow him to stay in America ROCK ISLAND SCHOLARSHIPS CHICAGO Rock Island Railroad has announced plans for university ployesof sons scholarships the company for em or their caused n Louisiana two drowriingsy b 30 miles upstream fro another at Crowlev5 50miles east cohere Volunteers with bulldozersanji trucks sweltered in varm coastal temperatures during the nigbtlto push up small dirt dikes tomtit slowly rising waters Firef trucks pumped at the river5 mvasioBuwhich threatened to sever Us Highway 90 linking1 the nearby Lake Charles Force Base of 50000 V Weatherman Paul poofc said Calcasieu River normally a tame little stream Would reach five feet over flood stage Thursday beyond that he1 would fnot predict Flood stage is feet Bay a river gauge spot four mUes north of Lake Charles high waters surged 1495 feet more than10 feet above flood stage l l Supplies Cut Mass Auto Layoffs DETROIT engulfed or threatened 150000 or more auto workers today as half a dozenma jor manufacturers reported their Flow of parts choked off by supplier strikes Ford Chrysler Studebaker Wil lys Nash and International Har vester all figured in the mush rooming production cuts They attributed their moves to three supplier strikes at Fords Canton 0 forge plant at Borg Warnert Warner Gear Division t t plant at Muncie Ind and at the Biidd Company car body stamping plant here This was the situation Ford laid off an unannounced number employes at its big Rouge plantin neighboring Dear born Wednesday and said that was the start of layoffs which will idle 85000 employes across the nation within the next five days The com pany said a monthlong tieup at its key Canton plant had cut off its only source forgingsvforj and trucks Chrysler sent 27000 home from its Chrysler DeSoto and Dodge assembly plants Wednesday it sakTa jurisdiction dispute at tte Budd plant ed inflow of car bodiw 8009 Studetaker Wurys all 5 X T K   

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