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Publication: Mason City Globe Gazette July 24, 1953

Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 24, 1953, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10WANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LIX Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JULY 24 1953 This Conslnu or Two Oo See Truce Signing Sunday or Monday Unrest Strikes North Korea TOKYO Korean sources indicated today Marshal Kim 11 Sung the fat boss of Red Korea is swinging away from Russia and toward closer Jies with Red China even as contradictory reports said Kim himself had been purged There was no way of checking the rumors but it appeared that political unrest gripped North Korea Kim reportedly has been turning out Korean Reds who lean toward Russia and boosting party members who put Communist China least three members of Kims Cabinet were reported purged Park Hun Yung was reported in a Communist jail after being purged three months ago He was formerly head of the Communisl party in South Korea until his de fection to the North in 1946 What happened to the other twc Cabinet members was hidden be hind the Bamboo Curtain There were other reports thai Marshal Kim whom the South Ko reans call an imposter was close to Lavrenty Beria the deposed se cret police chief of Russia ANY PORT IN A Blanchette of Flush ing NY makes a porthole exit from his car which is doorhandle deep in water resulting from record rain which swept area bringing 338 inches in rainfall It was the heaviest for July 23 in 81 years Beardsleys Arrival to Mark Opening of Governors Days CLEAR 14th annual Governors Days cele bration opens officially wtb the arrival of Gov William S Beardsley at ihe Main Avenue dock at Clear Lake Saturday at 2 pm Preliminaries will be well under way Friday evening how with more than 300 lowans interested in the states politics gathering at Ventura for the annual stag party of A A A C J CJ1 W the Association for the ervatibn of Clear Lake Members of the State Conserva tion Commission are the honored guests of the Association but more than 100 state officials and legis lators also have accepted invita tions A highlight Days will be the Beauty Pageant Whistles at Girl Beaten to Death SIOUX CITY UPi A 31yearold packinghouse worker beaten J0 nuw lice said by another man after he brancn the State Department but Governors had whistieti al a girl in thc taver is to become independent of the dc Miss IowaUslrict hwCf ljcd or hjs injiucs Parent except for policy guid of the Governors in which the early Frid Police Lt A E Diek said the er Dale Statler had whistled at a girl who was accompanied by two men The girl Diek said was wear ing denim shorts that were snort President said Friday that caUIed Sen McCarthy lieutenant said one of the men street n i Looks like youre looking for states entry in the Miss America contest at Atlantic City is chosen The talent show is scheduled for beating occurred on the street aft Friday evening at Clear Lake High School Miss Iowa will be announced and crowned Sunday evening during the Coronation Ball at the Surf Ballroom The Governors parade will form at the water front at Satur day Miss Iowa candidates Gov Beardsley and other state officials will ride in convertibles through the downtown district The parade ends at City Park where the Gov ernor will receive the keys to thc city and make a brief speech A tea honoring Mrs Beardsley will be held in the Sam Kennedy Gardens at p m Governors Banquet The Governors Banquet is at the AVSC at 6 p m and will be followed at by a program of vaudeville acts from the stage on the lake and demonstrations of synchronized swimming by the Clear Lake Aquabelles At the Venetian Nights Parade is scheduled with Miss Iowa con testants riding in lighted dec orated boats Sunday afternoon the Iowa Falls lowed Dick said Mens Chorus will Parjc at 2 Don sing in Hovey City Des Moines will give an organ recital 3 and the Clear Lake band will play at 4 Sunday evening a program of vaudeville acts and swimming demonstrations will be given from the stage on the lake At 9 p m the coronation ball opens at the Ballroom Bedell Smith McCarthy in Hot Clash WASHINGTON u Umlcrsec etary of State Walter Bedell in exchanges Sen Mc insisted Friday US overseas libraries must be free to put Communist works on their shelves if they can be used to counter Soviet propaganda But Smith told the Senate Ap propriations Committee I can say categorically that the secret ary of state John Foster Dulles is and has been opposed to the works of Communist authors per se on the shelves of the overseas libraries No More Books Smiths statement came when McCarthy said You are assur ing the committee that no more Communist books will be pur chased except in rare instances and Communist books will be re moved McCarthy has questioned whether the overseas libraries should be allowed one cent if they are going to stock any books by Communists There was a direct dispute when Smith said he was informed the libraries had spent no money since 1047 for books by Commu nists He said he knows they did indeed buy some such books pre viously You are in error McCarthy told him He said a check by the staff of his Senate Investigations Subcommittee shows a very siz able number of books by Commu nist authors purchased since 1947 Based oh Report Smith said he based his state ment on a report given him Friday morning by Arthur A Kimball deputy administrator of interna tional information programs McCarthy commented that he would have a lot of questions to ask when Kimball is under oath as a witness Smith was emphatic that any Communist propaganda will be removed from the libraries Acting Chairman Ferguson R Mich asked Will it or will it not be the policy of the State Depart ment to remove Communist propa ganda from the American operated libraries Smith My answer is it will Smith was before the committee to plead that it back President Ei senhowers request for 88 million dollars to run the International In formation Agency in the fiscal year which began July 1 The IIA operates some 200 li braries in foreign countries as well as the Voice of America and other information programs It is now a ance on Aug i Brother of Ike Calls McCarthy Dangerous Menace PHOENIX Ariz S Banker Arthur Eisenhower brother of the he the c caneu aen jvicuanny Kvvis tne In JtaUer whistled the police most dangerous menace to Amer ifMitpnnnr nf iho mnn jca but added he didnt under i thesand citement caused ex Eisenhowers quote on McCarthy someone the man told Statler appeared Thursday night in a and a brief flurry of blows folcopyrighted story in the Las Vegas Nev Sun McCarthy Would Use Aid as Club in Curbing Trade WASHINGTON Jos eph B McCarthy proposed Friday that the United States punish any Allies trading with Red China by cutting off three times as much foreign aid as the cargoes are worth He said he considered the idea very reasonable and would pre sent it as an amendment tOthe foreign aid bill when it comes up before the Senate Appropriations Committee Saturday In addition to slapping penalties on the value of trade the proposal would call for a flat cut in a nations aid for every cargo carried by its ships to Communist China or between any Russian controlled ports anywhere McCarthy announced his plan just six days after his permanent investigating subcommittee issued a sharp report denouncing Ameri cas Allies for stepping up ship ments to Red China while it was battling the United Nations in Ko rea The proposal was expected to touch off a sharp debate over the relative merits of using American aid as a club to force Allies to fall into line with US policies It also was expected to bring administration objections In tak ing issue with the subcommittees report Mutual Security Director Harold E Stasscn made it plain he opposed coercion Allies on trade SYNGMAN RHEE VISITS ident Syngman Rhee shakes hands with Mnj Ralph Cowan during a visit by Rhee to ROK corps headquarters Mak ing the introduction is ROK Brig Gen Chae Chang Un As an armistice in Korea appeared imminent Rhee charged Friday that the UN command had given promises to the Communists to which South Korea could not agree U S Ready to Help Korea WASHINGTON United Stales is prepared to pump reha bilitation aid into South Korea as fast as that nation can absorb it after a Inico administration offi cials said Friday The general aim will be to put the nations weak economy on its feet and then to build it up to the point where it can support a siz able army How much tho program will cost tho United Stales is still a closely guarded secret Secretary of Stale John Foster Dulles lias disclosed however that the United Stales promised South Korean Presided Syngman llhce to start iinmedi atcly after a truce a four to five year rehabilitation program in volving heavy expenditures There have been official osli males in the past that it would cos some to rebuild Soult Korea and place its economy on a selfsustaining basis However the general feeling within he administration now i that the program at least in its in ilial stages would call for tha large an outlay Boss of East German Police Friend of Beria Is Ousted Claim He Will Take r Job BERLIN W Wilhehri Zaisser boss of East German police was relieved of his job Friday but East zone sources immediately predict ed he would be kicked upstairs to a bigger job Zaisser notorius commander of international brigades in the Span insh Civil War as Gen Gomez was replaced by Ernest Wollweber former state secretary for ship ping Direct Zaisser used to boasthe had a direct telephone line to L P Beria the ousted Soviet secret police boss He was the closest to Beria of all East German Com munist leaders Zaisser was blamed by many Communist functionaries as being directly responsible for permitting the East German revolt of June 17 to get out of hand He was the second major figure to be purged in the Soviet East zone government On July 15 Max Fechner the justice minister was ousted and Red Hildc Benjamin a woman jurist with a reputation for administering stern justice was appointed to succeed him Meantime a potato famine fan ned the anger of hungry East Germans against Communist mis rule Friday Failure of promised shipments from Russia and her satellites has forced the of strict potato rationing the West Berlin newspaper Nacht Depesche re ported t New Setback This was an embarrassing new setback to the puppet East Ger man governments attempt to overcome the passive resistance which continues to spread among its sullen workers Communist bosses fought this re sistance with a frenzied mixture of new arrests threats promises wage boosts and propaganda claims of increasing food plenty But strikes and slowdowns con tinued The hungry populace ciam orcd for more food An Americanbacked food relief program and Moscows efforts to alock it were obviously increasing the unrest behind the Iron Curtain Communist propagandists struck back furiously at US High Com missioner James B Conants new appeal for the Russians not to place any obstacles in the way of distributing free American food Branded as Spies They branded as spies and agents East Germans who ac cepted Western relief Despite con fessed shortages of several basic foods they bragged we dont need American alms It looked increasingly as if Com munist police were getting ready to slam down new border curbs to keep the gift food away from their people Could Be WASHINGTON congressional argument over the National League pennant race has produced a hint that Brooklyn beer may be responsible for the slump of the Milwaukee Braves Rep OKonski an ardentBraves rooter says there Is grave suspicion that a strike in Milwaukee Breweries might have been instigated by other National League cities particularly Brook lyn Brooklyn has held the league lead since June 28 when Milwaukee dropped to second after the two clubs seesawed in the lop spot So long as Milwaukees famous beer was available to put new life into the Milwaukee Braves OKonski said in a statement in the Congressional Record the Braves were doing fine But along came a strike that has closed all Milwaukee breweries for the past six weeks OKonski said and there has been a very serious drought in Milwaukee Ike Wilson Gain Objective of Cutting Air Force Funds WASHINGTON Eisenhower and Secretary of Defense Wilson have won their long battle to cut funds and target goals of the Air Force Without a record vote the Senate late Thursday shouted approval of 51 bill carrying 11534434140500 to operate the About The Weather Mason City Fair Friday night Partly cloudy Saturday Iowa Partly cloudy Friday night and Saturday Minnesota Partly cloudy and not so coot with showers scattered thunder GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Friday Maximum 75 Minimum 54 At 8 a in CG defense establishment for the fis cal year which began July i First by a 5538 roll call the Senate rejected an effort by Sen Maybank DSC to give thc Air til I die Force an additional 400 million dollars to order 200 B47 jet bomb vinnuiM unii mere ltll crs capable of delivering atomic been no mention oC his illness Bu bombs VIIOCIVJOUll Ullll Ull Republican lines held firm against government had strictly prohibit the increase and they picked up cd all visits to the technically im nine valuable Democratic votes to prisoned religious lender add to the 4G GOP ones Voting for Maybanks amendment were 37 Democrats and one Independent Sen Hayden DAriz lost 4841 V JVSitVV J1UL V in an effort to add about 50 million never drinks Neither docs his wife dollars to step up pilot training CARDINAL STEP1NAC Stepinac Is Suffering From Rare Disease LOSANGELES Cardinal Slcpinac of Yugoslavia i suffering from a rare and some times fata blood disease it wa revealed Friday wllh the announce mcnt that an American spcciali in internal medicine was speeclin by plane to administer to thc Call olic prelate Dr John II Lawrence dlrcclo oC the Donuer Laboratory at th University of California left her Thursday night on the first leg o his trip to the cardinals bedside World Leader Dr Lawrence a world leader in the treatment of internal tliseasi with radioactive isotopes was sum mancd to help the stricken cardi nnl by the Cntholic hierarchy Cardinal Stcpinacs disease was istcd as poiyoylhemia caused by an increase in tho globular clc menls of tho blood known as hyper globullsm It is an increase in tht number of red bloodcells the op posile of leukemia a blood can cer in which the white blood cell multiply too rapidly Stepinnc 50 the spiritual leade of 7000000 Roman Catholics i Yugoslavia has been under hous arrest since December 1051 who he was released from prison serving five years of a sei tence for alleged war crimes IT is confined by order of the Yugo slav government in Krasic som 30 miles from Zagreb where h spent his boyhood Wouldnt Leave Pope Pius XI elevated Stopina to a cardinal last November bu the Catholic leader refused to g to Rome to receive his red ha because he declined lo ask pcrmis sion from the Yugoslav regime o Marshal Tito He said when notified of his nom ination as cardinal by Ihc Vatican that I will stay here as long aj necessary even if necessary nn Until recently the cardinal had frequent visitors and there hac in March it was disclosed that thc TOM AND JERRY FERNDALE Mich a police sergeant here TANKER BURNS AT oil tanker PanGeorgia on fire amidships Js shown burning at its pier in the Wilmington Del Marine terminal Thursday night Only Rhee Can Stop Armistice Believe Date Already Set SEOUL Saturday usually source said Friday night thai the Korean nrmisltco probably will bo signed Sunday Official con firmation was lacking Tlic informant who is close la the truco talks but cannot other wise be identified saidonly n last minute hitch stemming from Presi dent Syngman Ilhccs opposition could block the signing Expected Saturday The informant said announce ment of the signing date could be expected Saturday He said he did not know the contemplated hour of the ceremony which would form alize a ceasefire in the war now more than three years old The signing date probably was set tentatively at least by senior liaison officers at a meeting in Panmunjoin Friday afternoon A fulldress session of the main delegation might be held Saturday to approve tho date In Washington whero officials said Gen Mark W Clark has re ceived final authorization from President Eisenhower to sign for the United Nations belief was ex pressed Hint the signing would Monday 24 Hours in Advance Washington sources said the day and hour would be set 24 hours in advance and would be announced mmediately so tho world would lave thut much notice The sources both in Seoul and in Washington look into account that Reds Attack SEOUL Saturday Rtd attacks by 5000 men lashed Friday night three hilltop outposts on Ko rean Western Front northeast of the trucetalk town of Panmun An officer at the front reported Chinese were in the trenches on two of the hills and Allied soldiers were fighting with bayonets and gun butts We still hold 50 per cent of the two hilts the officer The Chinese unleashed of Russianmade Katusha rockets on Outpost Esther the signing date could be upset by some new move of South Koreas President Rhcc who opposes tho truce Rhcc angrily denounced the ar mistico agreement Friday sayintf some of the Allied promises to tho Reds cannot bo allowed to hap pen Rlices new throats brought na mmeclinte reaction at Panmimjom where he liaison officers met for two hours 18 minutes Friday thea without scheduling anoth er session Truce Imminent The South Korean President ac cnowlcdged that a truce was im ninent and said ho is anxious nofi o follow a unilateral policy if ib can be avoided He said his Agreement with US Secretary of State Walter S Rob ertson P r c s i dent Eisenhowers nice envoy provided 1 that no troops from India or any other foreign nation vill be landed in South Korea to guard prisoners of war 2 that the United States will join with the Republic of Ko rea in setting a time limit to the political conference Yet Rhee added It has been announced there is agreement that here will be no time limit on the armistice 3 that Korean prisoners vho refuse repatriation shall be set free in South Korea and that he Chinese prisoners who refuse o return to Communism shall be sent to a destination of their own choice SAME DATE1W7M4 WhIU irttflo Zt ;

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Publication: Mason City Globe Gazette

Location: Mason City, Iowa

Issue Date: July 24, 1953

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