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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 28, 1953, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALLNORTH 1OWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LIX Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires I Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JULY 28 153 This Paper Consists of Two OM No 249 Immigration Bill Action Scheduled Last Obstacle to Adjournment WASHINGTON branches of Congress Tuesday geared for action on President Eisenhowers emergency immigration bill per haps thelast major obstacle to adjournment of Congress which is scheduled for this weekend In the House Rep Walter RPa prepared to wage an nilout efforl against the proposal to admit with in the next three years 240000 refu gees and others in addition to reg ular immigration quotas Enough Votes Republican leaders however predicted they could muster enough votes to pass the bill on the White House list of must legisla tion for this waning session The Senate version would author ize admission of 209000 persons over three years Eisenhower orig inally asked for authority to admit Shelve Increase WASHINGTON UP Con gress has quietly but firmly shelved President Eisenhowers request for a prompt 000 boost in postal rates GOP Congressional leaders do not want to be tagged publicly with pulling the rug from under the Presidents proposal Pri vately they made it clear that they see no chance of getting the measure enacted before Congress adjourns The administration bill would hike postage on first class mail going out of town to four cents raise air mail postage to seven cents and boost rates for pub lishers secondclass mail and for thirdclass mail In the House the bill still was lodged in the Post Office Com mittee and there was no cer tainty when its hearings would wind up 240000 in two years He said the measure would be a Valuable cole war weapon by providing asylum for Iron Curtain refugees Two of the chief opponents have been Walter and Sen McCarran coauthors of the com prehensiye immigration bill passec last year over exPresident Tru mans veto McCarran and admin istration leaders however have worked out a compromise and the Nevadan says that while he wil still vote against the bill he wil not seek to delayit any consider able time Seven Money Bills Seven of the dozen regular money bills required to finance th government in the current fisca year are still in the congressiona machinery but their clearance b the weekend seems assured bar ring unforeseen disagreements The Interior Department appro priation carrying was sent to the White House by the Senate Monday night OPERATION OWL MUNCIE Ind prov the wisdom of its aims the Mun cie public library has borrowed two owls to rid the building o pigeons SAME Wirephoto TREASURED Mark W Clark UN commander looks down at the pen with which he signed the armistice documents at Munsan Looking also is Gen Otto Weyland Far East Air Force Commander First Setback Condition of Jaft Is Worse Hospital Says NEW YORK Robert A Tafts physical condition has deteriorated New York Hospital announced Tuesday The Ohio Republican recently underwent an exploratory operation of the abdominal wall to investigate a hip ailment The announcement was the first that did not take an op timistic view of his condition It had been announced last week Not Printers in Connection With Bombing ROCK ISLAND III Three striking printers held in connec tion with an alleged attempt to bomb the Rock Island Argus print ing presses have been released on bond and a fourth was to be ar raigned Tuesday afternoon Donald Conklin Alex McLean and Tony Geysens appeared before Police Magistrate R 0 Stone at nearby Milan and were freed under bond each pending preliminary hearing George Gradert of Davenport waived extradition after being held in the Davenport jail in lieu of bond All four are involved in the Quad Conklin ployed by the Argus and Geysens worked for the Moline Dispatch Gradert a printer for the Daven port Times Geysens and MacLean were members of the Defense Committee of Local 107 of the AFL International Typographical Union Meanwhile Monday two officials of a nonstriking pressmens union and Ben H Potter copublisher ol the Argus voluntarily took lie de tcctor tests in an investigation ol two July 9 residential bombings here Police say they believe the bomb ings were connected with a seven monthoki printers strike at the four QuadCities daily newspapers Two explosions on July 9 dam aged automobiles of John P Rea gan and A F Anderson Jr Argus composing room foreman Cities newspaper strike and McLean were em SENTAFT that he woulc return to Wash ington on Wed nesday A state meut from the hospital M o n day said onlj that Iris depar ture would be delayed Sen Taff condition h a d e t e r i somewhat during the last 2 hours the hospital bulletin sail Tuesday He is responding less well t treatment andis not taking fooi satisfactorily The hospital added that no othe bulletin would be issued Tuesda unless there was a serious chang in the senators condition CLEAR DRIVER DUBUQUE G Thim mesch 22 Dubuque was release from the county jail here Monda afternoon after a coroners jur cleared him of criminal respons bility in the traffic death earl Saturday of Joseph Ward 33 pedestrian All About The Weather Communists Agree to Begin Prisoner Exchange in Week Mason City Partly cloudy and cooler Wednesday Iowa Wednesday fair and cooler Minnesota Wednesday fair with pleasant temperatures 1 GlobeGazette weather data up lo 8 am Tuesday Maximum Minimum At 8 am No Trade of Unity for China in UN Dulles Planning Trip to See Rhee WASHINGTON of tatc Dulles said Tuesday the United States will not buy Korean inity at the price of Red Chinese membership in the United Nations le added this country has the right to veto any move to grant he Chinese Communists a UN seal Veto Not Necessary He said however he did not hink a veto would be necessary Dulles announced that he will ily to Korea next Sunday to con cr with South Korean President Syngman Rhee They will discuss problems coming up in a Korean political conference and the nego tiation of a USKorcan security pact Dulles disclosed for the first ime it has jeen publicly known for two weeks that the United States had agreed with Rhee to walk out of the political conference if after 90 Hopeful Sign MOSCOW UP Diplomatic observers here believed Tuesday that Russia soon may make a formal proposal to the United States Great Britain and France for a Big Four meeting at the highest level That belief is based to a large extent on Tuesdays editorials in Pravda and livestia on the Ko rean armistice The party and government newspapers both conclude that the truce should prepare the ground for solu tion of other international prob lems It also is pointed out that Rus sian editorial comment has been sharply against the proposal for a meeting on the foreign minis ters level advanced by the Wash ington conference days it appears to be a sham with the Reds negotiating in bad faith Talking at a news conference Dulles also disclosed officially tha the United States had indicated i would be willing to include in the defense pact with Korea a provi sion giving this country the righ to station forces in or around Korea for N the purpose of preserving peace Rhee had asked such a pro vision Brief Trip Dulles said his trip to Korea would be brief and that he hope to return to Washington in a week He expects to take with him a bipartisan group of publicans Knowland of California and Alexander Smith of New Jcr sey and Democrats Russell o Georgia and Lyndon Johnson o Texas Dulles said he had invited them to go He also pointed out that the 83 72 THEY LIKE THIS Marines clamber aboard a truck on front in Korea to move to new positions from the demilitarization zone under terms of the Korean armistice They are retreating but they like it Senate will have treaty negotiated to ratify any Two Jet Bombers Cross Atlantic in Record Time FAIRFORD England U S Air Force B47 jet bombers streaked across the Atlantic from North America in record breaking runs Tuesday One plane flew from Limestone Air Force Base in the north tip o Main some 2925 miles in 4 hours and 45 minutes for an average o 615 miles per hour The other sped across from Goose Bay Labrador some 400 miles northeast of Limestone to this air force base in 4 hours am 14 minutes The plane from Limestone broke by 37 minutes the previous record also set by a B47 of 5 hours 22 minutes B47s arc Gjet bombers callct the worlds fastest and designer for delivering Abombs There was no previous mark for the Goose BayFairford run FOUR DIE IN FIRE ROSENDALE NY flashed through two frame build ings of a lakeside resort hotel near here early Tuesday killing four vacationers and injuring at least nine NO TRUCE TO THEIR sorrowing family of Marine Pic David Tom lejo killed in action in Korea gives way togdell over his flagdraped casket in New York The truce that rejoiced the nation came too for them Italian Government Ousted De Gasperi Loses Vote of Confidence HOME WVPremier Alcidc dc Gaspcris eighth government fell Tuesday on a no confidence vote It was the first time that the 72y e a rold Christian Democrat leader suffered such defeat since he took the reins Italys govern ment on Dec 10 1915 The vote was 282 to 2G5 against dc Gasperi There were howls o delight from the Communist am extreme left as the ballot was an nounced in the Chamber of Depu ties Resignation Now de Gasperi has to submit to President Luigi Einaudi the for mal resignation of the governmcn he reluctantly agreed lo form two weeks ago following the nationa elections The constitution requires that the government have the con fidence of both the Chamber and the Senate Thirtys even deputies mostly Center Parly members formerly allied with the Premier abstained from voting There were also ab sentees from the Chamber which has a full membership of 500 Adjournment The Chamber immediately ad journed indefinitely pending noti fication to reconvene after forma tion of a new government The governments fate doomed when Alfredo Covelli Mon archist Party leader announced his group would throw its 40 votes against the government Spokes men for the Republicans Moder ate Socialist and Liberal formerly associated with dc Gas said previously their par ties would abstain Dignified lifetime career with assured income for WOMEN UNDER 55 YOU can be selfsupporting in 32 to 18 months with a fine position in a hospital or private home gain deep emotional satisfactions that come from being needed For further in formation about Schools of Practi cal Nursing write Nursing Careers Local inquire at your local hospital INROLL IN A SCHOOL OF PRACTICAL NURSING Published as a public service in co operation with Tltc Advertising Council W D LATTIMER Lattimer s New Head of Liquor Store W D Latlimer former com mander of ClausenWordcn Post ol the American Legion and active ir its welfare and Junior Legion base ball programs for many years Tuesday was informed of his np pointmcnt by the Iowa Liquor Con tro Commission as manager of the Mason City liquor store Laltimer was informed oC appointment by C 0 Johnson DCS Moincs personnel officer of the commission who wrote as follows This letter is to advise you thai the Iowa Liquor Control Commis sion has appointed you vendor manager of our Mason City li quor store No 4 on the rccommcn dation of the Republican Patronage Committee of Ccrro Gordo County effective Saturday Aug 1 3053 Lattimer succeeds Elias Ktilroy who served as manager from 193 until last June when he was namec to the auditing staff of the com mission A resident of the county since 1919 when he returned from service in World War I and of Mason City since 1931 Lattimer has been with the Pritchard Motor Company for 20 years except for a brief period as manager of the Legionnaire Club He has held numerous offices in the Legion Post and the 40 and 8 His specialty for many years was Legion Junior baseball of which he served as both district and stale chairman DEATH AN DES MOINES Paul V flart acting Polk County coroner has ruled Meek 21 the death Saturday of Dillar J in a mixer grinder at the Iowa Plant Foot Manufacturing Co was an indus trial accident Truman Tries to Ease Tax Bite on Sale NEW YORK MTudge Samuc I Roscnnian said Tuesday discu sions nre under wny with the In tcrnal Revenue Bureau lo pcrmi former President Truman to ens the tax bite on the magazine sal of his memoirs to Time Inc Rosenman would not confirn thai Truman wilt get fo the sale but said a report that th tax plan had been turned downwn incorrect A spokesman for th revenue service said in Washinglo there had been no ruling oh Ihc In plan Rosen man said the Internal Rev enuc Bureau suggested some tech nlcal revisions In Ihc plan which i designed to spread Iho memoirs over si years This is a routine thing many authors have done this sale Rnsemnan former White House aide who is handling leghl detail of the Truman memoirs The Chicago Tribune gave tin figure for the memoir sale and said the govern in out ha refused lo allow Trumnn to sproa his Inx payments over seven in come years It said Charles D Davis for mcr chief counsel of the Revenu Bureau who resigned in June ha refused to approve the agrcemcn between Truman and Time Inc which is publishing the memoir serially in Life Magazine Rosenman said the bureau ha suggested changes some of whic are quite complicated and tha he had rcsubmitlcd the agrcemcn early this month 3313 of POWs Are Americans UN to Trade 74000 Commies PANMUNJOM Korea Tuesday1 UP The Communists agreed Iucsday to slart the exchange ol vur prisoners including 3313 Americans on Aug 5 They will exchange more than 2000 Allied captives for 74000 Chinese and North Korean prison ers who want to return to Commu ilsm In OperalionBiu Switch The announcement came after ho miltinry armistice commission ended its first meeting hero American nrmy teams flocked to ho ncnrby Allied baseat Munsan to prepare for the prisoner ex change Freedom Vlllags They assembled nt Freedom Village where sick and wounded prisoners were exchanged in Lit tle Switch last April Construction gnngs also went to work building up the roads over Wild With Joy TOKYO UP Allfed prfion oners of in Communist prison camps went wild with joy when they heard the of tha Korean armistice Pet ping Radio reported Tuesday American clapped yelled and itnt Their caps flying Into air on hearing thai agreement was reached broadcastsaid One got so exclttd that he climbed up on basketball stand which Communist vehicles must travel to ronch the prisoner ex change point Maj Gen Blackshenr B Bryan senior United Nations delegate on the armistice commission said the Allies could have started the ex change within a week The Allied movement of Commu nist repatriates was reported in progress already Most famous of the American prisoners is Mnjor Gen William F Dcnn who wns captured by the Communists on July 22 1950 whilo withdrawing from Taejon Firstprisoners to be exchanged by the Communists will be about 500 men who arc sick or wounded Col L C Friedersdorff chief oE the Allied staff of the joint prisoner repatriation committee announced Lhat the schedule was agreed upon in the committees first meeting Tuesday afternoon Bryans group scheduled its sec ond meeting for 30 pm EDT Tuesday Tightrope When Bryan was asked for his reaction to his first negotiation with the Communists he said it was just like walking on a tight rope Co John K Weber San An tonio Tex and his staff conferred with the Reds on selection of a site for the armistice commissions permanent headquarters here And senior officers of both dele gations to the joint observer teams which will watch the mile de militarized buffer zone held their first meeting lo exchange cre dentials Reds Siren Should Have Stayed Home WESTERN FRONT Korea American Marines Tuesday got their first look at the Red Dragon Lady the Communist siren with a loudspeaker She should have stayedat home The Dragon Lndy anda troupe of Chinese entertainers came out on a frontline outpost hill and staged a show for the Marines a few hundred yards away The Dragon Lady has been mak ing frontline broadcastsfor months There may be more than one Dragon Lady doing the same thing along the front but the Ma rines have been hearing her regu larly singing Korean and Chinese songs and making propaganda broadcasts She had never been seen by Al lied troops so when she appeared this morning in the open broad casting with a microphone from the small hill Marines dived for telescopes and field glasses They saw a slight moonfaced girl dressed in a very faded khaki uniform She wore a slouch cap pulled down over her long straight black hair Her shoes were the regulation canvas and rubber shoes worn by ordinary soldiers If she had any glamor the Marines couldnt see it The Marines have another name for her but use tho term Dragoa Lady in polite society i   

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