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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 3, 1953, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home DN CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 1 0 W A N S N E I Q H B 0 R S HOME EDITION VOL LIX Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Say Russia SendsTanks to Poland Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JULY 3 This Pnpcr ConKUU ot Two Units Used in East Berlin BERLIN Russians arerushing tankseastward across Soviet Germany to maintain in ternal order inPoland it was re ported Friday The official II S occupation newspaper Neue Zeitung said a great number of the 700 tanks massed in Berlin to crush last months workers revoltHave been rushed to the Polish border area Allied officials an undis closed number tanks headed eastward out of Red Berlin before dawn Thursday Uprisings Coincide The Neue Zeitung story recalled recent reports that widespread antiCommunistuprisings exploded in Red Poland on June 17 the same day that the German rebel lion against Red rule began It wasreported earlierthat brutal Communist guards have slain at least eight prisoners in cluding a young mother in new Nazi styleConcentration camps set up to house Germans seized during the revolt Refugees who escaped from the Red prison pens said three such camps havebeen set up in Soviet Berlin alone one in an old slaugh terhouse It was there that happy Communist tommygunners shot down their eight known vie tims KM Mother The killing of the captive moth ier orphaned two small Children Many others were wounded by the brutalfaced guards one refu gee said They fired at the slightest prov somebody got up from the straw mattresses they wade us lie on No one could say how many new concentration camps had been set upto houseithe 50000 Germans ar rested Soviet fir ing squads down at least 80 prisoners including 18 Russian loldiers anduncounted other anti Communists Were slain in the streets St Louis Streetcar Service Is Resumed ST LOUIS m Streetcars and buses rail again Friday after union officials ordered an end to a two day strike of motormen and drivers Service during the morning rush hours Friday was reported normal by public service spokesmen who said contract negotiations were re sumed Friday morning SAME Black fUf means traffic death In past 24 FREEDOM Archer 38 freed1 from prison after a life sentence for murder had been dismissed is shown leaving Ft Madison penitentiary with his attor neys John Delaney left and E P Delaney Archers tie caused him some discomfort because he said he wasnt used to wearing ties Britain Scholarship Plan Answer to Marshall Aid LONDON House Com mons Friday okayed a British scholarship schemefor American students in gratitude for Marshall Plan aid A wisecracking Labor ite Emrys Hughes suggested Sen McCarthy should be invited to study here too What might Sen McCarthy think of all this asked Hughes Here is a proposal to invite12 in nocent American people under 28 years of age to be set loose in British universities which are saic to be hotbeds of Communism Why cant a really ood job of this Im in favor of inviting American senators over to ake advantage of our educationa facilities I can suggest an American sen ator who would do very well from a refresher course Hughes also wondered aloud whether sonic of the students might iave trouble getting but of or back into the United States It appears to me that some peo ple like Charlie Chaplin cant get in and others like Paul Robeson cant get out Laborite Herbert M or r i s o n praised the Marshall Plan as one of those big imaginative and gen erous gestures of which the Ameri EVEREST CONQUERORTenzinfr of Nepal open circuit oxygen apparatus which he arid New Zealands Edmund Hillary used in their May 29 conquest of Mt Everest Picture was made as they visited British embassy In Khatmandu capital of Nepal can people and nation from time to time are so eminently capable Asking Commons approval o 41000 pounds yearly to fi nance the scholarships Foreign Of fice Undersecretary Anthony Nut ting said We could not hope to match th generosity of the Marshall pro gram We do hope however tha these scholarships will s t a nd through the years to come as a tok en of our gratitude The bill now requires only the formality of a third reading to be come law It would create a com mission to select scholarship re cipients Woman Foils Robbery Try at Manly Inn womans courage in the presence of an armed gunman prevented a robbery at the Sunset Inn tavern at 2 dm Friday Two men broke in through a window on the north side of the building and came into a room near the sleeping quarters of Mr and Mrs C R Field and son HE Field Mrs Field awakened went lo the door turned on the light and saw two men both of whom she described asshort Oneof the men directed a gun towardher and said This is stickup throw up your hands Mrs Field grabbed the key out of the door and slammed the door n the mens faces She said the men talked pnglish H E Field and C H Field had wakened heard the noise and oaded a gun The two intruders made suchhaste in getting away that they lorethe door off the tele visionp sales room nearby Officers were called and are in vestigating BULLETIN WASHINGTON Bu reau of Labor StatisHcs reported Friday retail f o od climbed 16 per cent during the threeweeks to June 15 led by higher prices for meats and fresh fruits and SENTENCE PHYSICIAN s MOINES UrVFederal Judge William F Riley has set July 14 or sentencing of Dr Stanley W Dusdieker West Des Moines phy sician charged with evading fed eral income tax Rhee Says Korea Will Not Abandon Struggle Halfway Defense Bill to Senate House Stands by Ike Spending on WASHINGTON W The gave President Eisenhowers mill tary judgment a heavy vote of con fiderice Thursday but upheld a billion dollar cut in his minimum1 request for new defense funds The H o u s e unanimously ap proved without change 500 in new money for the fisca year which began last Wednesday after beating down an attempt li restore cut fron funds for the Air Force The total is les than President Eisenhower re quested after slicing five billioi dollars from former PresidentTru mans recommendations To Senate The measure now goes to th Senate where it is expected lo fac another fight over how much mon ey the Air Force should get Leaders on both sides of the two day House debate credited Eisen howers personal prestige with j vote showing strong support fo the Presidents 1955 goal of a 120 wing Air Force rather than th 143 wings under Trumans pro gram A Aving ranges from 30 to 75 planes Final passage of the overall de fense bill came on a roll call vote of 3860 But the crucial test over Air Force powerwas decided by a roll call vote of 230161 Army Reputation The President in a last minute letter read to the House put his military reputation behind the cut down Air Force He said Apropos als to appropriate more funds rep resented an attempt of service partisans to pile dollars upon unexpended dollars Rep Mahon spqnsorec four amendments to restore million out of five billion dollar slashed fromthe Air Force funds Geri iHoyt Vandenberg retiree Air Force chief of staffhas told Congress this w a s a minimun amount to keep building toward a goal of 143 wings The amendments were supported by five Republicans and 156 Dem ocrats and opposed by 196 Repub licans and 33 Democrats Civilian Geniuses Mahon said civilian production geniuses in the Pentagon were cutting the Air Force without mil itary advice Rep Scrivner R floor leader for the bill argued that 120 solid wings were better than 143 cardboard wings He said the cuts would not eliminate any com bat aircraft The House action also under wrote administration plans to cut military strength from the 1953 av erage of 3550382 to 3358087 bj the middle of 1954 RECOVER BODY DBS MOINES body OrenH Graves 28 was recoverec Thursday in the DCS Moines River about two and onehalf block downstream from where he brown from a boat and drownec Tuesday rAII About The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy Friday night and Saturday Chance of a thundershower Friday night and occasional thundershowers late Saturday afternoon and evening Low Friday night about 64 Warmer and more humid Satur day high near 90 owa Considerable cloudiness Fri day night and Saturday with oc casional thundershowers and warmer Low Friday night 63 to 69 High Saturday 88 to 95 ex cept cooler in more persistent shgvyer areas Minnesota Partly cloudy through Saturday with local thunder showers WarmersFriday night and in southeast Saturday Cool cr northwest Saturday Low Fri day night 56 to 63 north 62 to 69 south High Saturday 75 to 80 northwest 80 tp 90 southeast up GlobeGazelle weather data o 8 a m Friday Maximum 33 Minimum 51 At 8 m 70 Rule UMW Pay Taxes on Pensions WASHINGTON Burcai of Internal Revenue reportedly ha ruled that the United Mine Work ers must pay taxes oh tho incom from its 90 million dollar welfar fund and that retired miners mus pay taxes on their pensions Informed persons said Fridaj the decision presumably mean that 60000 retired pensioners o John L Lewis union will be billec for taxes from the start of thei some cases back ti 1948 Tax Bills Vary The fund has paid outover 50 million dollars Individual pen sions are a month Tax bills would vary according to what oth er income the pensioner had mi individuals could be liable for hundreds or even thousands o dollars The fund is Supported by a 40 centsaton royalty paid by mine operators on coal produced This has built up the big reserveas wel as meeting current pensions and othercosts Theincome from invested funds was reported as close to in the last year After Six Years Neither the bureau nor the wel fare and retirement fund head quarters hero would discuss the reported decision which comes six years after the question first came under study Informants said however tha the finding appears to permit thi mine operators to continue to trea the royalty payments as a busi ness cost deductible for tax pur poses The bureau is said to have hek that the pension fund need no make retroactive payment of taxes onits investment income of previ ous years French Troops to Cambodia SAIGON Indochina UP France rushed reinforcements Fri day to Cambodia where King Norodom Sihanouk is threatening a tenfold increase in his army o press a fight for freedom from the French Truck convoys loaded with enough seasoned Arab troops to double French strength in Cam Dodia moved southward toward the jungle kingdom An official spokesman here said that Gen Pierre Langladc French commander in Cambodia has now sufficient means at his dis posal to cope with any eventual ity At the same time reports from Pnom Penh the capitalof Cambo dia said that 50 cadets from the royal army officers of this years graduating deserted Boeing B47 Plane Cost WASHINGTON cost of he Boeing B47 ts six jet engines its spares and ts complex electronic equipment This figure was marked official by the Defense Department Fri day Air Force testimony in Congress has listed the current average price of a B47 at Gen Joyt S Vandenberg retiring chief of staff also testified the 145 raincr versions or TB47s de erred in the budget for the new iscal year would have cost about 2565000 each STEAL NEW YORK mBurglars broke nto the apartment of Mrs Doro hy Schiff publisher of the New York Post Thursday and stoic ewels valued at police rc XHlcd PRESIDENTIAL Dwiglit admires an oil portrait of President Eisenhower by Robert Korfca standing behind the painting during WhiteHouse presentation Th e pose was adapted from the Presidents favorite photograph Oleo Reported in Hundreds 6f Iowa Stores Judgof Dring Necdham has taken under advisement with announcement pi his findings expected Monday a suit attacking the sions of a new Iowa law which legalizesysalc of yellowmargarine in the state beginning appeared doubtful that state law enforcement officers begin ning July 4th holiday week ends at would do much in meantime a b o u t nonim pririted margarine in Iowa stores Evidence presented Thursday in dicated that hundreds of stores in the state have received shipment of colored margarine on which the word cannot be found Four Times A provision of a bill passed by the 1953 Legislature stipulates lhat the word be imprinted four times on each segment of col ored margarine sold in Iowa The word could not bo seen on samples of four brands exhibited at tho hearing Thursday The word was clearly readable on two brands and fairly legible on a third At the time the product wns shipped by the manufacturer the oleo imprint might have been readable on one or two brands rlowevcr summer heat and han dling appeared lo have erased he indentations The imprint problem came to ight in a hearing for a temporary njunction sought by Kent Prod ucts Inc a Kansas City Mo margarine manufacturer to pre vent the statefrom enforcing the mprint section ofthe law Said Impossible The Kent firmwhich1 been suppjying JohnMorrell Co Ot umwa with margarine contends hat thc imprintrequirement is impossible for a small manufac turer to obey Howard Kent president of the company testified Thursday that hts firm wilt lose its Iowa Iwsl nessif Hho imprint requirement is enforced A Des Molncslgrocer Don Skel ton also is a party to the attack on the imprint provision Skolton asked that tho state be onjolnct from holdingahydno but the man ufacturer responsible for the lack of an imprint on margarino of fered for sale Clarence Kading assistant at torney general said the state hns taken the position that the im print was necessary to prevent fraud and Mqson City Man Critical After Train Accident John W Ebbers 79 u resident of the Good Samaritan Home was n critical condition in a Mason City hospital1after a switching Northwestern train started up as ic was attempting to crawl under t Friday forenoon Ebbers right leg was severed at the thigh hisleft foot smashed and that leg mangled as the train dragged him about 50 feet before he was discovered and the engine was stopped Ray Dull was the engineer Ebbers had been visiting his son Howard at his store 221 6th S W ind was on his way back toward he business district Ho started hrough the Fullcrton Lumber lompany property between 4th and 5th SW but was confronted by the stopped train and tried to rawl under a boxcar Calls on American Backing In Fourth of July Plea Over Radio SEOUL SSoiith Korean truce talks were stalemated Fri day as President SyngmanRhea clung stubbornly to his demand fop a unified Korea and declared ho will never abandon tho struggle halfway In an impassioned Fourth of July pica recorded byCBS Rhea called on the American people to back him and promised that his people will keep fighting and dy ing iu the battle against Commu nism Tho Korean people will never Swerve from tho original objective of our common cause he said Wo Cannot afford to rest or halt until consummate the one dem ocratic world After Meeting Rhoos plea came after arrhour andfivcminutc morning meeting with U S Envoy Waller S Robert seventh secret session A high source said Robertson re jected dehlanri for moro war if a postarmistice political conference doesnt agree within 90 days to unify Korea After the conference Robertson told newsmen Our discussions are continuing I expect lo see President Hhee again i r No lime liasbeensetfov the next Even if Rheo and Robertson reach agreement the U N must get the Communists lo signtha truce The Reds apparently werfer ready until Rhee1 freed27000 antiRed Korean War prisoners about weeks ago Btlk Since they have balked stubbornly demanding the almost Impossible recapture of all the prisoners and positive assurance of U N control over South Koren The U N answered tho Red de mentis Monday and called for a quick signing the present arm isticebut there hasbeen no offi cial Red reply nor any indication when they would However unoffi cially North has expressed displeasure with tho U N answer In more than a week of U S South Korean talks Rhee has re fused to temper hisdemand guaranteed of North and South Korea The U S has offered to work for unification by jcaceful means but wont promise o go back to war if the political conference doesnt agree within 90 days a high source said Navy Patrol Plane Hear Alaska KODIAK Alaska W i A engined Navy patrol seaplane with 2 men aboard went down Friday n the Boring Sea near Adak in the Aleutian Islands Hours later search planes sighted only an oil slick and floating A Navy spokesman said planes pilot radioed at a m hat one engine had failedand hat he was attempting an open sea landing In heavy fog and a 50foot ceiling Iowa Set for Fourth of July By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The plans of Iowa communities or observance Saturday of the fourth of July range all the way m the traditional fireworks and oratory to such more modern Hawkeye phenomena as centen nial celebrations and Indian lore pageants Along with the many formal eel 2bralions in all parts of the state he holiday schedule also is replete with planri for family picnics and ither individualized outings in such pots as state parks and lakes Two lowam will observe the Olst anniversary of their birth on he Fourth Theyare Mrs Patrick lealy of Waukon and Mrs1 Mary ieck Martin Maquoketa Both ave Jived in Iowa nearly all their ives Mrs Martin plans no special bservance but it is planned to have Mrs Healy ride in Waukons centennial parade V The Fourth of July orators will be many and their subjects will be varied The list willinclude Son B B Hickcnloopcr who is flying from Washington to address the Saturday celebration at Cowrie and Gov William S Beardslcy who will address Wallingfords old istyle community holiday party The Gowrio observance will in clude drum and bugle corps a marching band parade a Swed ish accordionist and other enter tainment Wallingford also plans a parade alongwith boxingBoth placeshave scheduled ball games For the most part federal state andcity employes will betaking the day ofC and most places of bus iness will be closed throughout Iowa At Clear Lake Boy Scouts ol the Winncb a go Council will depict Clear Lake legends with Indian ritual dances and narration Friday and Saturday nights aided by girl swimmers Clear Lake also will have a yacht regatta as wel as its stageonthelaka shows and sports Other July 4th plans around Iowa include Charles City Baseball game water activities on Cedar River square dancing at Central Park fireworks display on the river Eslherville Jim Kirk farm rodeo vat 2 aid I 8 pm Country Club fireworks display Eagle Club show West Union Fayette County farm bureau festival and annual picnic on Upper Iowa U campus   

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