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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 13, 1953, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper HOME EDITION DM CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH I O WANS N M fi H O R S VOL LIX Prcu and United Prcu Full Wires Seven a Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JUNE 13 1W3 Thl Paper of Two HICCUPS 157766400 TIMES IN OLeary of Los Angeles who began what may be the worlds long est siege of hiccups when his appendix ruptured five years ago Saturday shows the fantastic totals reached by the morethanoneasecond spasms Hes tried hundreds of remedies and has been treated by more than 200 doctors OLeary 27 weighs only 77 pounds He can sleep only about an hour before the jarring and sound of the hic cups wake him up 1st Republican in Race W S Lynes of Waverly Candidate for Governor DBS MOINES S Lynes of Waverly speak er of the House in the last two sessions of the IowaLegisla ture Saturday announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination for governor in 1954 Lynes was the first to an nounce for the rae in the 1954 primarj which is nearly a year away Consultations He said he decided to seek the nomination after consulting with various individuals and organiza tions over the state He said he planned to set up campaign head quarters in Des Moines later on In announcing h i s candidacy Lynes promised a vigorous cam paign and said he intends to visit every county in the state in the next 12 months and meet as many people as possible His statement said After consulting with various individuals and organizations over the state I have decided to offer myself as a candidate for the Re publican nomination for governor of the state of Iowa I have served in the House of Representatives in the 52nd 53rd 54th and 55th general assemblies The members have honored me bj selecting me as speaker in the lasl two sessions as a legislator anc presiding officer Record Known My record is known to the pub lie and it is on this basis that I ask the support of the people of the state tion in my campaign and elec Lynes is 59 years old and by pro fession is a drainage engineer He had indicated to friends since the close of the 1953 Legislature that he was seriously considering mat ing the race for governor A xxroservative he has gained a reputation during his terms in the Legislature as an economyminded man Sports Bulletin Pe Me gans putting unsteady and approach shots erratic Sat urday on the outgoing nine holes of the final round of the National Open golf tournament Me went one stroke over par with a 38 as he battled to hold off the cnal lenge presented by Sammy Snead Hogan had 212 at the end of 54 holes and Snead 213 the Weather Mason City Cloudythrough Sun day Showers and thunderstorms developing Saturday night Iowa Partly cloudy hot and hu mid with occasional showers and thunderstorms Minnesota Considerable cloudi ness with occasional showers GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 a m Saturday Maximum 91 Minimum TO At 8 a m 76 Full Cduft Gets Plea of Atom Spies WASHINGTON UP Justice Robert H Jackson Saturday re ferred to the full US Supreme Court a new pleaby doomed atom spies Julius and Ethel Rosenberg for a stay of execution Jackson heard arguments from defense and government attorneys and then announced he would seek the full courtsadvice at the regu lar Saturday closeddoor confer ence of the justices It was not known when the court would on the petition for a itay but it could be late Saturday The Rosenbergs are scheduled to die in Sing Sing Prison electric chair at 11 pm 14th weddinganniversary Defense Attorney Emanuel H Bloch of New York requested the stay of execution to give the husbandandwife spy team a chance to make a fifth appeal from their conviction to the high bench if necessary The Supreme Court already has rejected three appeals A fourth may be acted on by the court last day of the tri bunals present terni Chief Justice Fred M Vinson last month refused a stay of ex ecution 5000 Reds Smash Into Lines Rhee Asks Mutual Defense Pact Bitter AntiArmistice Demonstrations in Seoul SEOUL Syngman Rhee has called on th US to sign an immediate mutual defense pact with Soutl Korea to halt bitter antiarmistice demonstrations tha eruptedinto sporadic violence Saturday Even as the fierj oldpatriot asked his people to A Administration Sends Clark Truce Orders soften the fury of their clem onstrations another top govern ment official told the Allies the could pull put of the war if the wish And staff officersput the finish ing touches on truce agreemen which could end nearly year of fighting within a few days Written Replies Rhee in written replies to newsmans questions said I neet something concrete to show th people that our security has been guaranteed and that a defense pact will help U S Presiden Eisenhower offered Rhee a join defense pact after the impending armistice is signed The seething demonstration gained added fury in their fifth straight day U S soldiers fired over the heads of school boys whostoned an Army wrecker fist and roc fights erupted youngsters stormed barbed wire barricades And milling crowds continued to or Death Drive North Drive North Rhee again asserted his violen1 opposition to the may come in a few an swer to questions from Rolf Lam born correspondent for the Stock tiolm Tidningen Out Calling the truce a flagran sellout his nation Rhee said the United Nations now is going to wash itshand of the Korea entanglement1 Although not saying so outright the 78yearold presidentJntimatec an immediate defense pact woulc go a long way in winning him over If the U S government is ready to conclude a mutual security pact Rhee wrote it will be encouragement to our people so long as it is not conditioned as t is by so perilous an armistice At the same time the ROK de ense of whose leers have called for South Korea o continue the all military leaves in view of the grave emergency All service per sonnel were restricted to their bases Barricades In Seoul barbed wire barricades were thrown up in front of Allied correspondents billets where 1000 disabled war veterans staged a sit down strike Three U S soldiers fired 10 to 15 shots over the heads of a crowd of high school boys who stoned an Army wrecker in Pusan An Army spokesman said this show of force cleared the street The soldiers vere questioned later by military police FULBRIGHT SCHOLARSHIPS DES MOINES Warren Jilmore City and Patricia Har ington Des Moines have been awarded Fulbright scholarships for xreign study during the 195354 academy year Globe photo by CHECKER TOURNEY George Lane Waverly fans Champion Fred Sprain Ackley at the conclusion of the final match of theCentennial Check er tournament at Central Park Friday Three former state titleholders vyere among 28 contestants from 17 cities who competed in the daylong meet that began at 9 am and concluded at 8 pm with the taking time out only long enough to eat a sandwich Reportedly Deols With S Koreans WASHINGTON UP The ad ministration has sent Gen Mar W Clark secret instructions on th action he should take in case Sout Korea uses force to defy a truce But officers refused to believ they would be necessary Although they concededanything was pos sible they remained convinced President Syngman Rhee would in the end stop short of violence The instructions to Clark wer kept under heavy secrecy wraps But informed sources said he had been told to see that order is main Lained throughout his UN com mand Includes Koreans At the moment this includes the South Korean troops Rhee would have to depend upon in any pla of force There was speculation here that the ROK which has steadfastly resistecLanj embroilment inKorean politics might be unwilling to leave the Al lied command to back a goitaloh policy Undisclosed was the extent to which Clark has been authorizec o go order if the ROK forces actually did pull on of the command and attempt to keep up the fight against the Com munists Military authorities indicated he would be allowed to lake whatever action would be necessary for the security ofAllied troops They in dicated he would have some lati tude to decide how far it would be necessary to go Pressure on Rhee The pressure on Rhee to bow to he truce terms mounted as Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru sent President Eisenhower a mes sage praising his leadership in obtaining the prisoner of war agreement and expressing trusl hat the agreement will lead to peace In reply Mr Eisenhower said he oo hoped the pact would lead to an armistice and a just peace in Corea as well as a relaxation oi vorld tensions Acting Senate Majority Leader William F Knowland Calif said Friday night he would not rule oui he possibility of South Korea fight ng on alone after a truce But it would be a great mistake or them and I think President Syngman Rhee fullyrealizes that ic said Police Arrest Flying Fugitive FREEPORT 111 flying ugitive described as extremely dangerous and armed was arrest ed at Savanna 111 early Saturday after darkness forced him to set his lightjplane down Robert Chick alias John Davis a fugitive from a Texas prison arm was arrested in a hotel at avanna by Carroll County Sheriff Harry H Miller Kline Weather ord FBI agentincharge at Chica o and threeother FBI agents He offered no resistance Miller aid Chick was armed with a 32 aliber automatic pistol Mason City an Heads Commission DES MOINES MVT E David son manager of the Sac City Chamber of Commerce has been amed to succeed Rodney Q Selby s director of the Iowa Develop ment Commission Selby resigned ecently totake other employment Davidson a graduate of Drake Fniversity was born at Mason ANTIARMISTICE DEMONSTRATION Demonstrators are blocked by Korean pohce preventing them from breaking through to enter correspondents com pound in Seoul Hymn Service Sunday 1 f i I Ends 200 Robed Singers Are on Program A hymn service Sunday at 8 p m at the East Park band shell by 200 robed singers from Mason City church choirs will bring down the curtain of Mason Citys Centennial celebration Under the direction of Clayton L Wornson the massed choir wiU ing of alLfaiths the Rev Richard L iams pastor of the First Chris ian Church as the narrator pre enting the background of each lymn Kon Hagen will be at the Vurlitzer electric organ The hymns to be used were se eded by a committee of 15 pas ors After the choir sings the first rerse the audience will be asked o join in on the other verses A andlelight processional will pre ede the hymn service A trumpet trio ofEmmanuel Se janakis Wesley Fiala and David Jrupp will be heard with the choir n several selections Special services honoring Centen nial visitors and pioneers will be icld Sunday morning in Mason Ity 3 p m the Ma SATURDAY S p Park Concert by Mason Cify Monroe Junior High School Band p town Pavement Dance Muiic by Earl Cawley and his special band SUNDAY services in Mason City Churches honoring visitors and pioneers 3 p Park Sunday concert by the Mason City Muni cipal Band family picnics and gettogethers p Park Candle light procession and hymn serv ice by singer i from many of churches of Mason City Clayton Wornson director on City Municipal Band under the irection of Carleton L ill present a concert in East Park or the particular benefit of those aving family picnics and ethers Saturday nights activities in ludc a concert at 8 p m in Ceh cal Park by the Monroe Junior igh School Band and a pavement ance at 9 p m on Federal Ave ue from State to 1st N Earl Cawley and band will rovide the musicfor old time ancing with Lloyd Fratee of Bas ett as the caller First and second rizes will be offered in four old time costume and comic costume for men wom n and couples Louie Ate Well NEW YORK looking forLouies mother who left him on a Brooklyn street with a note pinned to his faded blue shirt The note said Pleasetake care of my son as I was put out of my house Idont want to walk the streets with my son I have no money Please make him eat Thank you very much Louis 5 wouldnt orcouldnt tell his mothers name or where she lived Before the cops took Louie to a childrens shelter and started searching for the mother they saw to It that Louie ate two sandwiches and a piece of cake Hopes Fade for Finding Illinois Legislator Alive CHICAGO ffl that a kidnaped state legislator would lie found alive appeared fading Saturday more than 30 houis after he was abducted near his home Thursday night Fears that state Rep Clem Grayer had met violent death at the hands of his ab ductors were expressed by po lice including Commissioner Tim othy OConnor I feel certain well never find raver alive OConnor satfl Police said they had no tangible clews in their search for the 53 yearold West Side Republican eader Graver who had been in politics all his life andhas been a state representative since was seized by two men as he parked his car in his garage near us home about 10oclock Thurs day night His abductors was strugglewith his witnessed by his wife Amelia 51 and four other persons State and county police joined wiuXthe citys topranking officers n the investigation Gov William ordered Joseph Bibb director of the Illinois Department of Public Safety to use all the resources of the stales investiga tive and police machinery in the hunt for Graver andhisabductors Police said art anonymoustele phonemessage was received at Gravers home Friday night from a man who said is OK and hung up Police said they were inclined to believe that the caller was a crank in view of no further word from the However detectives at the home members of thjc family be lieved the message wasbona fide Hail Storm Hits Osage heavy rain and hail storm hit Osage at am Sat urday causing considerable dam age in the city arid surrounding area It was estimated that 5OOC window panes were brokenin the city limits Roofs in many places were riddled One of the heaviest losers from broken glass was Elmer Lundberg owner of the greenhouse the win dows of whose buildings were riddled Some 3500 panes were broken in his property size of the hailstones ranged to As high as two and onehalf inches in diameter Leaves and small limbs were lorn from trees and thecity was scattered with debris The extent of the damage tofarm crops if any could not be determined Little wind accompanied the storm PAVEMENT BIDS AMES Stale Highway Com mission reports it will adver tise Monday for bids to pave a mile and onehalf of Highway 61 within the city Jim its of paven Very Heavy Artillery Barrage May Set New War Record SEOUL than 5000 Chi nese Reds slammed into Allied incs along a 50mile front in Cen tral Korea Saturday in the wake ot thunderous artillery and mortac Barrage which may have set a new Korean war record An American officer on battered Outpost Harry estimated the Chi nese have lost 3400 men killed and wounded in thrCe savage night as saults on the height Hundreds more Chinese have alieninraging battles to the east Why Reds Fight Why ere the Communists launching vicious attacks in Ko roe on the apparent eve of truce That question has m partial answer in that the Reds want the most strategic battlefield posi tions when it finally achieved Jhe good mill1 there is also posts should South good its threat to1 ignore a cease There also possibility the Communists in Korea and Moscow bosses will final attacks as propagan da for tha rast of world can point out that UN were on defensive wherr An Implied threat that Communists are willing and able to fght for their way of I could a propaganda weapon Also a reasonwhy Rods moving forward in drive could that American commanders reluctant to danger the lives of tn counterattacks with a at hand Thesecould answers to why the Communists are waging some of the heaviest fighting of the war when the rest of world is hopefully looking for whore Saturday the Reds shoved Allied troops from main line po sitions in one sector Associated Press Correspondent Kilo Farneti said Allied tanks lame throwers and guns cut down tundreds of charging Reds Satur day but the attack carried some Communist troops into Allied renches US and South Korean hfanlrymen met them with knives and bayonets An Eighth Army officer said a count indicated 318 XX Red artillery and mortar shells ell on Allied positions during ttio 2 hours ending at 6 a m He said the total may be scaled down but it probably will top the revious 24liour record of 107650 ounds fired in the vicious Western rent fighting last month Col Russell Akers Washington D C commander of the Third Dii 15th Regiment said his roops have wiped out more than a Chinese regiment in three nights of ightfng Akers explained that capture of Mpost Harry would let the Reds overlook the Third Division main We have fought them much of he time of Chinese have been killed by out oys with bayonets grenades and arbincs at close range Akers aid Expect PITTSBURGH UP The steel industry was expected Saturday to announce a price boost soon to off set an cents an hour general wags increase granted to 1200000 members of the United Steelwork ers Industry sources said a price in crease of at least M a ton would needed to finance the wage boost which was reached Friday in an agreement between the industry and union Average steel prices Price Boost now are about a ton There was no immediate indica tion of the effect of a steel price raise upon consumer items How ever John Bugas vice president in charge of industrial relations at Ford Motor Co said will have to somewhere if steel prices go up again US Steel Corp fulfilled its tra ditional role ot industry paceset ter by coming to terms with the union after only seven sessions which opened May 24 The pattern was adopted quickly by four other members of the inV dustrys Big Six Jones and Laughlin Corp No 4 producer signed 20 minutes later By night fall Bethlehem Sleel No Re public Steel No J and Yob0s4 town No 5 had iato llafe Only the1 ilrrubre voC laianl Steel was needed lufca tte agreement u n aim on a which VSW bers will with ti day i   

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