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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 4, 1953, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL L1X Associated Press and UnUcd Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JULY 4 1953 Thin Paper Consists of One Section No 22t JOHN CALHOUN DON BAHR TERRY SAMPSON DAVID BISHOP BOB LONGSDORF GARY HORN PHIL HIBBARD Say Poles Clas With Red Troops Spread of Revolt on June 17 Russian Tanks Said Enroute BERLIN tfi Poles reportedly have clashed with Rus sian troops and cut a Soviet supply line to East Germany in an appar ent spread of the bloody revolt that swept East Germany June 17 Russian tanks were said to be en route from East Berlin to the Polish border These reports of disorders in Russias neighboring satellite were published in West Berlin Friday night but could not be confirmed officially Ever since East Ger many erupted in strikes and iiots 17 days ago rumors have trickled through the Iron Curtain of similar uprisings in both Poland and Czechoslovakia 1 The West Berlin newspaper Tele graf said demonstrations have broken out in Poland and that sev eral persons have been killed in clashes with Soviet troops The Northwest German radio quoting refugees from the East zone said 12 Soviet trains carrying war reparations from East Ger many to Russia had been halted at the Polish border and told that Polish partisans had cut the rail line to BrestLitovsk The broadcast also said refugees reported riots flared in the Polish section of FrankfurtonOder and in Kuestrin and several other Po Jish border towns last weekend There was no late word to indicate whether the riots were still on SAIvYE lllack flag means Irnfflc death In past IMRE NAGY Nagy Named New Premier of Hungary BUDAPEST Hungary Ml newly elected Parliament Saturday dropped Hungarys number one Communist Matyas Rakosi from the premiership and replaced him with one of his former deputies The surprise move followed swiftly a drastic shakeup in the ruling partys Politburo earlier this week With Rakosi looking on placidly the lawmakers quickly approved the Plungarian presidi ums new nominee for premier 57 yearold Imre Nagy Russian Irained oldtime Communist revo lutionary and one of the five vice premiers in Rakosis former cabi net Bulletheaded Rakosi 61 re signed last Thursday in what was considered at the time to be a routine procedure following parlia mentary elections Hungarians y expected the man who has lieaded the ruling party for most of the postwar years to be re appointed Rakosi still ranks as a member of the new streamlined party Secre tariat and is in the newly pared lown Politburo Thousands in Clear Lake for Holiday CLEAR LAKE Thousands of visitors moved into Clear Lake Saturday to join local residents in celebrating the 4th of July Crowds lined the streets during the morning to watch a colorful parade Swimming fishing pic nicking yacht races and a bane concert occupied the attention oJ the holiday visitors in the after noon Evening events include a band concert by the Clear Lake Band at 7 pm and a show at from the Stage on the Lake The eve ning show will feature the Aqua belles a swimming octet a water curtain and the production Songs Old and New with the Clear Lake Civic chorus A mammoth fireworks display will follow the evening show Concessions were inoperation Friday evening and were going full force again Saturday A talent show Friday night opened Clear Lakes holiday activi ties Don Roberts Clear Lake a pianist won first prize He is a stu dent at the School for the Blind at Vinton Lengthy Sessions of Senate Slated WASHINGTON UP Sen Know land RCalif said Saturday he will order sixday lengthy sessions of the Senate next week in an ef fort to clean up Congress work by July 31 and quit for the year Knowland the acting Republi can leader while Sen Taft of Ohio nurses a hip ailment said in an interview he expects iction on sev eral major bills in addition to the regular appropriations measures Among these he listed proposals to extend the excess profits tax on business to revise customs reg ulations and to admit 240000 Eu ropean refugees and possibly a const tutional amendment pro p6sed by Sen Bricker ENTERS Hansen 18 of Chicago who is Miss Photoflash of 1953 after selection by the Chica go Press Photographers Association left for San Diego Calif Saturday where she will compete in the Miss Uni verse contest Ikes Farm Surplus Request Facing Rejection Says Taft WASHINGTON Iff Sen Taft ROhio said Saturday he expect Congress to reject President Ei serfhowcrs requestfor blanket au Lhority to send governmenthole arm surpluses to friendly foreign nations I dont think there will be any such general authority given the Senate Republican leader said in TOO MANY Stephens right 28 a male nurse at suburban Evan aton hospital vsits in felony court as he appeared Saturday on complaint of bigamy brought by two women Mrs Delores Siebert Stephens 28 and Mrs Lorraine Westpfal 27 They said they found out last January they were sharing the same husband but didnt do anything about it because they feared other wives might turn up They acted when they heard Stephens was planningto go to Texas to marry a nurse an interview The agricultural jcople are against it They have heir own ideas on handling these surpluses There are many pro osals And Trft hinted he While House may have been an effort o separate the farm surplus prob em from the foreign lid bill passed by the Senate Jnsl tVedncsday Broad Authority Eisenhower asked broad aulhor ty to use governmentheld farm products for famine or other emcr jency relief to foreign nations dur ng the next two years He asked the right to fix termi or the Treasury paying the costs including deliv ery and said this should be sep arate from the long range military and economic assistance program of the Mutual Security Administra tion Taft said this amounted to the President telling Congress Boys dont put it in there with the foreign aid bill We are will ing to do something Early Hearings Republican chairman of the Sen ate and House Agriculture Com mittees promised to hold early hearings on the White House re quest But tentative plans to ad journ Congress July 31 and power ful opposition to the proposal in dicate slight chance for its ap proval Sen Humphrey DMinn tried to attach Ihe Eisenhower request to the foreign authorization measure but stirred up bipartisan opposition and was defeated Democrats generally blasted the Eisenhower request as a blank check and give away of more han three billion dollars worth of farm commodities now held by the government under its pricesupport program Traffic Deaths Start to Climb By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The count of deaths in accidents rose slowly Saturday while mil lions of Americans celebrated In dependence Day A tabulalion of fatalities in the holiday period hat began 6 p m local time Friday showed a to of 32 These include in traf fic three drownings and three leathsfrom miscellaneous causes Generally fair weather brought millions of men women and chil drcn out of their homes to seek tun outofdoors The National Safety Council csti mated 40 million automobiles wil icon the road during the twodaj holiday The council figured tha motor vehicle accidents may re suit in the loss of 200 lives before the holiday period ends at mid night Sunday During the first five months o this year traffic deaths averaged 94 per day During the threceiay Fourth of July holiday last yeai the overnli accidental death lol was G43 This included 306 traffic atalilies 202 drownings two works deaths and 73 deaths in the miscellaneous category Asks Vandenberg Wilson to Testify WASHINGTON W Chairman Ferguson RMich says he has asked Secretary of Defense Wilson and Gen Hoyt S Vandenberg to leslify before Ihe Senate Appro rialions Committee again about Air Force cutbacks Ferguson said Friday the invi alion was at the request of Sen VIcClellan a commitlec member I hope they leslify al the same imc McCJellan said adding the hope that il will be next week Truce Progress Termed Hopeful Seven Sentenced Fined in Hawaii for Red Conspiracy Charges of Manslaughter for Tongay M J A M 1 Fla in A format charge of manslaughter has been filed against Russell Tongay 30 in the death last May 5 of his swim star daughter Kathy 5 County Solicitor John Marsh filed the formal charge Friday It had been expected sinco Juno IS when a hearing wns held before Peace Justice Edwin L Mason who recommended the charge be filed At that lime Tongay posted bond for his appearance when the case is called Tongays attorney reported his client has suffered a nervous breakdown and is under care of n physician at Tarpon Springs Kathy was seized with ccnvul sions and died shortly after bein taken to n hospital An autopsj showed a ruptured intestine ant body bruises Tongay claimed his daughter suffered the injuries whci she made an imperfect dive from a 33foot lower Kathy amt her brother Bubba 8 formed the Aqua tots team am staged many exhibitions in Hit country They went to Europe for a proposed try at the English Channel but British and French authorities intervened DIRECTOR DEAD HOLLYWOOD Rcis director of The Fourposter The Bachelor and the BobbySoxer All My Sons and other films is dead at 47 of cancer About The Weather Iowa Partly cloudy with scat tered thunderstorms Saturday and in south anci east portions Saturday night Warmer nnd more humid Saturday Cooler in west and north Saturday night Sunday mostly fair somewhat cooler and less humid High Sat urday 8895 except lower in more persistent shower areas Low Saturday night fiOG5 northwest GG72 southeast Globe Gazette weather dala up to 8 am Saturday Maximum 84 Minimum 64 At 8 am 74 HONOLULU lead er Jack W Hall and six cotlcfenct mUs in Ihe Hawaii Communist conspiracy case will begin serving prison terms July 24 unless the Ninth U S Court of Appeals inter venes Halt and five defendants Fri day were sentenced by Federal Judge Jon Wiig to serve maximum terms oC five years each They were fined the maximum provided by the Smith Act The seventh defendant Mrs Ei Icon Fujimolo was sentenced to Uiroc years and fined They wore convicted Juno 19 after a sevenmonth trial on charges of conspiring to tench am iidvocnte the violent overthrow of he TJ S government Jt WHS the ongost trial in the territorys his tory Wllg Said he would order all seven to prison July 24 unless the appeals court in Sim Francisco finds lhat a substantial qucsllor of law is involved in the appeal Wiig boosted bail from to each pending a ruling by the higher court Ho expressed be lief it hud been a fair trial am added lie wns satisfied in my owi mind that the conspiracy in this case is an extremely dangerous one Hall anil the otherdefendants euch denied any guilt During the long trial none of the defendants testified in his own defense The prosecution well knowsthai f was nol a member of the Com munist party when they got then indictment and they know lhat am not now Hull added Hall is Hawaii director of Harry Bridges International Longshore mens and Warehousemens Union He posted ball There were no demonstrations after he as oc curred aflcr the jury returned the verdict Longshoremen and sugar nnd pineapple workers belonging lo ILWU slayetl off heir jobs for nearly three days in protest Typhoon Sweeps Chinas Coast TAIPKH Formosa howl ng Pacific lyphoon swept over the Uhina coast after ripping across Ihe northern edge of Formosa The weather bureau here said the storm with center winds of 140 niles an hour hit the China main and just north of Foochow capital of Fukien Province The typhoon took a heavy loll of crops and property and claimed an unknown number of casualties is it cut a swath across the north ern end of this Chinese Nationalist sland Claim ROK Army Will Help Rhee Eighth Session in Nine Days By SAM SUMMERLIN SEOUL ers truce emissary wns closeted for nn hour nnd25 minutes with President Syngmnn Rhee Satur day and told nowsmcn afterward lie thought the session would ba helpful in reaching a satisfactory solution Assistant Secretary of State Wal ter Robertson would not say wheth er ho and Rhee found a way uround the which has stalemated efforts to win South Korean support of an armistice 1 had a discussion which I feel will be helpful in reaching a sat isfactory solution Robertson said He added thai he plans to sco Rhee ngnin Army Support Gen Sun Yup Pnik South Ko reas Army Chief ot staff said and his army fully support Rhee and will fight on alone if Rhee or ders it In a statement issued from his headquarters at Taogu Pnik de nied reports that he and the ROK Army might not support govern ment opposition to an armistice South Koreas Foreign Minister Pyung Yung Tai told newsmen Uhee has not modified his demand for a 90ilay time limit on a post armistice political conference Refects Demand Robertson lias flatly rejected Rhccs demand a high UN source said and the resulting stale male has threatened to wreck the talks Before the eighth session in nina Inys began Rhee huddled for more than two hours with his Cabi net to discuss the truce crises Robertson President Eisenhow ers envoy talked for a few sec nds with newsmen outside Rhces rilltop mansion before he drove nway He declinedto say whether nn agreement was near Departure Delayed However his statement stirred mmcdiate speculation that his ex icctcd early departure for Wash ngton would be delayed while he explored a possible new solution o the crisis Foreign Minister Pyun attended Saturdays session And while he nsistcd that Rhcc has not softened lis demands he added The very fact that we are still continuing the discussions proves hat the talks arc not hopeless Start Powder Puff Air Race LAWRENCE Mass pilots and copilots of 49 small planes look off in ideal flying Saturday in the 2678mile Powder Puff Air Derby from Law rcnce to Long Beach Calif This 7th annual race being flown from cast to west for the irst poslponcd a day JCC1H5C of strong headwinds and 45mile an hour gusls at the firsl checkpoint in Schcnectndy NY But the airport wind sock was slack and the skies clear when the irsl plane piloted by Mrs Rulh Volfe Thomas of Knoxvitle Tcnn off at am EST shortly iftcr sunrise Within 33 minutes the last of he 4 by Mrs Edna G Whytc of Fort Worth Tex was airborne Among the entries is Mrs Alice H Hammond of Grossc Point Mich the president of the Ninety Nines Inc an international organ ization of women flierswhich spon sors the race Also entered nrc the 1952 winner Shirley Blocki of Pomona Calif and the winner Mrs Frances Bera of Inglewood Calif First lo arrive at Schencctady was Mrs Bera and her copilot Marcella Duke both of Inglewood Their Stinson landed at am CST Second was Virginia S Richard son of Yakima Wash at With her in a Ccssna120 was Ioa Nelson of Scatlle Marion Barnick of SanJose Calif and her copilot Clara Lid don of Sunnyvale Calif landed third in an Ercbupe The order of arrival does not necessarily indicate positions in the race as some of theplanes do not land at all check points The race is based orf average plane speed with an elapsed time tiandicap Other check points along the route are Detroit South Bend Ind Peorla 111 Kansas City Wichita Kan AmarilloTex Al buquerque NM and and Prescolt Ariz All must landat Palm Springs Calif   

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