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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 23, 1953, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWS TAPIR THAT MAKSS ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LIX Associated Piess and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CIYY IOWA TUESDAY JUNE 23 1953 This Paper Consists Two One No Reds Open Areas to Travelers Russian Points Not Restricted MOSCOW Soviet govern ment has opened wide areas oi European and Asiatic Russia to unrestricted travel by foreigners The first visitor to benefit from the new freedom will be Mrs Perle Mesta President Trumans partygiving minister to Luxem bourg The relaxation was disclosed Monday night in an official note delivered to all foreign diplomatic missions in Moscow No Indication The order gave no indication why the Soviets light policy on admission of foreign visitors was being relaxed In recent years only carefully usually have been given entry visas There was no immediate indi cation from Washington that the Soviet move would be followed by similar US action Countering Moscow the US since March 1952 has required all Soviet offi cials to get Slate and Defense De partment permission before travel ing more than 25 miles from Washington or New York City Other NATO nalions have fol lowed suit Mrs Mesta who arrived here June 12 for a visit plans to leave soon for the Zaborozhe section of the Ukraine home of the Zabor ozhc steel plant and the Dnieper Dam Restricted Artas The new order apparently clears the way for foreign residents to visit much of Russia and vast sectionsof Siberia but it still lists many reslricled areas It also bans automobile journeys of more than 25 miles outside Mos cow except to three monastery town of the Tschaikowsky Museum at Klin anc the Tolstoy Museum at Yasnaya Polyana south of Tula Even these cannot be visited by car without prior notice The new regulations also specify IGmiledeep forbidden zones along the Soviet Unions borders with five neighboring way Finland Turkey Iran and Afghanistan There are no such zones however along borders with such Soviet allies in Eastern Eu rope as Poland or along the Chi neseRussian frontier in Asia BUTTER SALE WASHINGTON WVThe Depart ment of Agriculture plans a sal vage sale of 256650 pounds of governmentowned butter which has been made unfit for human consumption by the recent flood at Sioux City la AP Wlrepholo THATS ME Former Pres Went Harry Truman grins as he displays a cartoon on the front page of the Washington Star de picting him a sport shirt wearing tourist with a box camera standing at the White House taking a picture of the executive mansion If UN Accepts Truce Korea Will Withdraw Rhee States Germans Defy Reds Totalitarian Rule Is Over Adenauer Says AP Wirophoto JUST FINE FOR the temperaturenear 90 you couldnt blame Doris Cooley for trying to cool off in this watering trough in Washington But shes strictly posing to showthat the trough is one of 75 in the capital that has been pronounced fit for thirsty horses that come along House Votes Tax Relief for Its Own Membership WASHINGTON The House of Representatives which since last February has kept bottled up a bill for individual tax reduction voted tt give its own members substantial tax relief But the Senate may knock the plan in the head as it did last year Without debate and with no audible opposition the house voted Monday to allow members of Congress to deduct all their Washington expenses when they Germany united in the free world de figure out their tax bills They could deduct lodging food taxi cabs telephone charges and so on for themselvesbut not for their families f For tax purposes their legal res would be in their home districts and all Washington ex penses would be considered busi ness expenses and deductible for tax purposes Congress members may now deduct up to a year as Washington expenses The ax relief proposal was writ ten into the annual appropriation aill to finance Congress It was proposed by Rep McCormack D who long had advocated a pay raise for congressmen on the jround that they have difficulty making ends meet on their present official income A similar proposal was added DV the House last year to the same Dill but the Senate knocked it out and the result was the compro mise allowing members of Con gress to deduct up to as business expenses Cost of Living Edges Upward WASHINGTON cost of living edged upward another three tenths of 1per cent between mid April and midMay Ihe Bureau of Labor Slalistics reported Tuesday This was the third straight month the BLS consumer price index registered a rise The bureau said all major living cost items showed slight increases except for transportation which showedrib change SAME Black flair meant traffic death In past 24 Northern Gas Attempting to Hike WASHINGTON Nat ural Gas Co of Omaha proposed T u e s d ayit be permitted to in crease the gas supplies to 230 com munities in five states it now serves and to give limited service to24others next winter Northern serves Mason City through the Peoples Gas and Elec tric Co Northern expects to get an ad ditional 200 million cubic feet of gas daily by Dec 1 from its sub sidiary Permian Basin Pipeline Co and El Paso Natural Gas Co A hearing opened Tuesday be fore Examiner Francis L Hall of the Power Commission on North ern Naturals application for for delivery in the 19534 heating season of the 200 million cubic feet of additional gas daily for which facilities are now being constructed of construction of pipeline facilities in a second year program to make available to Northern Natural customers an other 100 million cubic feet daily during Ihe 195455 heating season Many communities and distrib uting companies not now served by Northern have intervened in the case to ask for supplies of gas Some companies and communities now served have asked increases in their supplies D L Sedgwick direclor of mar keting for Northern Natural testi fied Ihe company intends first to take care of added prese ntly served communities and then to supply gas on a restricted1 basis of 24 additional communities These include Waterloo Cedar Falls Newton Colfax Mitchell vilie StormLake Alta Aurelia Carroll Scranlon Ralston Bay ard KlemmeGlidden and Ankeriy all in Iowa BERLIN black banners of mourning of the dead in East Germanys rebellion Chancellor Konrad Aden auer told the world Tuesday the period of totalitarian rule over Germans is The leader of West Germany spoke at a vast memorial service in front of the West Berlin City Hall hailing the martyrs of freedom arose against Communism in the Soviet zone where hunger was reported adding to the misery there Filled With Emotion His voice filled with emotion the 77yearold chancellor who stands for a alliance with clared With weapons an unarmed de fenseless people can be beaten to the ground but their will their determination will never bow He added The whole world has been shown that Germans will not be slaves The whole world has been shown that they will no longer bear tyranny that the period of totalitarian rule over the Germans is past Red flames burned atop black obelisks at the City Hall entrance Refugees to Berlin reported hat the East Germans undaunted jy Soviet tanks and firingsquads jave defied martial law with pro est marches demanding breac through the streets of Leipzig Dresden Demhitz and Eisanch The tottering puppet government of Premier Grotewohl admit ted it faced grave problems in feedingthe18 million restive Eas Germans Berlin Better Off East Berlin was better off than most areas but with two policing Russian armored divisions living off what was available the city was short of bread and potatoes Refugees described conditions in many Soviet zone cities as catas rophic Farmers browbeaten for years by arbitrary Communist quotas vere reported withholding their produce from central state collec ion points SUMMER REGISTRATION IOWACITY toSumnier school registration at the State University of Iowa totals 3244 House Will Not Subpoena Clark WASHINGTON W The House Judiciary Committee Tuesday de cided in a secret session not to Supreme Court Justice om C Clark for questioning by subcommittee Chairman Chauncey Reed R 11 said the action was taken after he matter had been discussed horoughly He declined to report he size of the vote It was earned however that the move to ummpn Clark was turned down 2 to 5 The request had been made by iep Keating chairman of he subcommittee which has been investigating actions of the Justice Department while Clark headed it as attorney general English Madman Admits Murders of Seven Women LONDON strangler of Notting Hill confessed Tuesday o murdering seven women and old how he gassed and slowly choked his victims to death in a deck chair More sex murders were pinned on John R Christie by his own at orney as the defendant was put n the witness box at the second day of his trial on charges of Idli ng his wife Derek CurtisBennett famed British lawyer who defended atom raitor Klaus Fuchs said he will jrove Christie is as mad as a Harch hare whenhe kills people He asked the jury for a special verdictof guilty but insane de spite the formal defense plea of nnocerit The meeklooking little clerk took the stand at 3 pm before a packed court at Londons grim Old Bailey Courthouse Dressed in a dark blue suit with a dotted necktie he put out a hand to steady himself as he climbed nto the box His face was pale His eyes stared blankly through ris thick hornrimmed glasses Hizzoner Had Time OKLAHOMA CITY the judge was in a legal tizzy Mon day He accidently violated a city statute and as he frantically tried to patch things up he came close to breakirtg another law It all started witha broken water pipe at Judge Evert Crismpres home His wife woke up andtold the judge the lawn was soaking ujp a lot of water Ordinarily that wouldnt be any thing to get excited about But in droughtdry Oklahoma City where the water supply is disappearing faster than apple pic ri an orphans home a can be embarrassing A city stat ute says lawn watering is out this summer With visions of irate neighbors swimming through hismind the judged leaped into his car at 5 am and raced for the nearest plumber Sleepily the plumber told him all he had to do was take a cutoff tool and stop his water supply He gave the judge the proper tool As Crismore fished for the water valve he suddenly rememberecl another city statute Only a plumber or a water department employe is permitted to touch the The judge put the wrench down and called the water department waiting patiently for the emerg ency man to show up Meanwhile neighbors with raised eyebrows began hopping into their cars to go to work driving past the shim mering green Crismore lawn By now it was the bestlooking lawn jn town The water man came turned off the supply and told the judge when the pipe was fixed he would turn it on Criamore back on the bench little more lenient with the accused defendants that afternoon He said he now knew first hand what it meant to be caught Jn a web of circumstantial evidence AP WlrepJtoto CARRIES SECRET MESSAGE TO RHEE Assistant Secretary of State Walter Robertson waves his hat from the ramp of his plane in Washington as he leaves for Ko rea with a secret message from Secretary of State Dulles to KoreanResident Syngman Rhee A MANS BEST are veryAfriendTy between Syngman Rhee and Smartie his dog during this bit of relaxation on the lawn of the South Korean Presi dents home in Seoul Relations arent so friendly with the United Nations command 4 School Boards Dismiss Meservey District Petition The school hoards of Cerro Gordo Franklin Hancock and Wright Counties Monday dismissed u petitioncalling for he enlargement of the Meservey Consolidated SchooLDis rict Meeting in Mason City the boardsturned down the bid vhich would have formed a larger district out of portions of he four counties The ion was submitted last month the day before the old re organization law was replaced by new legislation The school boards acting as a single board had one of two choices to okay the peti ion and determineboundaries or o dismiss the petition Hazel V Chappcll Cerro Gordo Counly superintendent of schools saidhearings on objections to the plan had been held in each of the counties involved Mrs Chappell dded that she overruled many of he objections lodged by Cerro Gordo landowners while uphold ng several others The new reorganization law dif ers fromthe old in that elections now will be conducted on the basis f individual school the basis of a majority vote of all landowners in the area to be eorganized The Meservey plan lowever was submitted while the Id rule was in effect Schedule More Probes on Books WASHINGTON Ml Sen McCar thy wading back into the controversy over book burning said Tuesday he plans more public hearings designed4o show whether some of the authors involved were Communists McCarthy said his Senate inves tigations subcommittee will call 15 or 20 more authors whose books have been used in US information libraries overseas for publicques tioning about possible Communist affiliations He announced no date McCarthy had demanded that theState Department take from the shelves of the libraries main tained overseas to give native readers access to US literature what he termed 30000 Commu nist books Kaisers in Hot Meeting With Senators WASHINGTON W Henry an Edgar Kaiser fatherson team o the aircraft building industry clashed stormily with investigat ng senators Tuesday and demand ed to know whether the lawmak ers were trying to crucify them Hot Words Hot words flew as the two wenl efore a Senate Armed Services iubcommittee and entered a vig rous defense of their record as varplane builders forthe govern icnt They quickly came under unning fire from both Republican nd Democrat senators who con end their Kaiser Motors Corp is harging the government too much or Fairchield C119 cargo planes Edgar the son accused James nton the subcommittee counsel Also Gives Terms for Armistice Not Acceptable to UN Command By ROBERT B TUCKMAN SEOUL Koreas defi nt president Tuesday raised his rice a truce in otly rebuffedhis critics even as pecial emissaries wereflyinghefe rom Washington bent oh getting im back in line After Gen MarkiClark had pent two days trying to get him n tow tough old Syngman Rhee merged and demanded terms Raps Rhee UNITED NATIONS NY Lester B Pearson president of the U N Assembly cabled Jyngman Rhee Tuesday ttiit s shocked at the of the North Korean prisoners of war and called on Rhee to cooperate n determined efforts for an armistice The message was released at UN headquarters as Pearson and Dag Hommarskjold UN secre tary general plane for a conference in Ottawa Friday on the Korean crisis As president of the General Assembly of the United Nations I have been shocked to hear of the unilateral action you have sanctioned in brinotnfl the release nonrepaitri able North Korean prisoners from the United NJiHoncprisoner of war camps in Korea Pear son the f asking him a trap question nd demanded of Anton and ubcommiltee in general Are you trying to get the facts r crucify me His father nodded emphatic en orsement of his words and him elf accused the subcommittee of making obviously unfair com arisons of Kaiser production osls with those of Fairchild Air lanc and Engine Corp Beat Prices Both Kaisers offered to beat airchild prices on orders for the ame number of planes At one point Sen Bridges R subcommittee chairman ung at Henry kaiser What Id like to have you tell s is the truth Are you accusing me of being liar the witness shouted back Til put all my statements gainst yours and mine will stand p he thundered Bridges said he nyone a liar hadnt called STATE BAR EXAMS DES MOINES threeday owa bar examinations for licenses o practiceas attorneys continued t the Statehouse here and at Iowa City Tuesday All About The Weather Mason City Generally fair through Wednesday Occasional rain Tuesday night owa Partly cloudy Tuesday and Wednesday Scattered showers Partly cloudy with scattered showers GlobeGazette weather data up to am Maximum 82 Minimum 59 At 8am 65 Precipitation 01 which a US source here promptly labelled totally unac ceptable to the UN Command Rhee in a CBS interview after he Clark conferences said his rice had to be paid or he would mil out the South Korean army rom Clarks UN Command and o it alone His Terms His terms A mutual security act with the United States si lultaneous withdrawal of both UN nd Chinese forces from Korea esumption the war if three lonths postarmistice talks get nowhere Rhees firm stand was voiced shortly before he was scheduled to go into conference with Assistant U S Secretary of State Walter Si Robertson and Gen JLawtbn Col lins U S Army chief of staff who are hurrying here from Wa sh ington Rhees release of more than 27000 antiRed Korean prisoners upset a truce just asit was about to be signed and drew down upon him criticism from abroad Should Thank Me The UN authorities should thank me for it instead of calling me a violalor Rhee shot back in his Tuesday interview Did anyone representing the UN or the U S ever raise tha question as to what the Conjmu nists did with our prisoners war No one did question the vio lation of all international law by the Communists but everyone is brave to condemn me as a vio lator I do not understand such in consistency i Rhee showing no signs of back ing up in the face of the mounting criticism said the UN was risk ing failure through a makebe lieve peace He said U S soldiers had been told earlier in the war they were fighting a war in Korea that other wise woidd have to be fought in their own backyard Then Rhee asked Have you truly eliminated the danger of having to fight in your own backyard Rhee said he did not believe for one minute that the Reds will keep an armistice or a peace treaty that might follow it Rhee said that even now the Communists are parachuting men into various places in Korea and infiltrating thousands of armed men into South Korea as they did before the war He argued that the would elate Communists all the world and give them hope that they can get away witlv gression l   

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