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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 18, 1953, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THATMAK ES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LIX Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy Russi MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY AUGUST 18 1953 This Consiits ot Two One ans uest Neutrals for Parley Witness Mum on Commie Ties Rhee Gives Bears to Kids WASHINGTON Rhee 78yearold President of South Korea is making a gift to the children of the United bear cubs The cubs caught by sdldiers of the Korean 1st Army Corps and kept as pets on the presidential grounds at Seoul are to go to the Washington Zoo Rhee offered the cubs pn behalf of the children of Korea during the recent visit to Seoul of Secretary of State Dulles State De partment spokesman said the Air Forc6 would fly them here French Government Ready for Violence by Strikers PAHIS IP Barricades were thrown up before the French National Assembly BuildingTuesday as Premiei Joseph Laniel prepared for a bitter and possibly violen showdown with 2000000 French workers defied hi back to work ultimatum Behind the new barricades and his governmen Record of 104000 See N Iowa Fair 19228 Largest Single Throng The North Iowa Fair which closed a sixday run Sunday night smashed all previous attendance records SecretaryManager M C Cap Lawson reported Tuesday A total of 104045 persons passed through the gates compared with 100091 last year an increase of 3954 Lawson said Sundays attendance of 19228 was the largest single day Chil were mapping a new tough plan to break the paralyzing 14 day work stoppages Grills Bricked Up Open grilled portions of the rail ing surrounding the Greekstyled parliamentary Palais Bourson on 17 Years PARIS The walkouts in France have now become the worst in 17 years The only re cent crisis approaching the cur rent strikes was in 1947 when the Communists inspired bloody riots the Left Bank of the Seine were hastily bricked up as a precaution against feared rioting Paratroopers guarded Laniel official residence at the Hotel Ma tignon Tank supported infantry men and crack police units re Istered on opening day last Tues day with an attendance of 17753 or 6391 more than on the opening day in 1952 Tuesday and Friday were the only days in which the attendance exceeded last year The other four days bhowed slight declines Attendance figures this year compared with 1952 follow Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Totals 1952 17788 14997 16793 18068 20183 1953 17753 17509 14246 17838 17471 19228 100091 104045 DIES OF INJURIES BRITT W Jeffress 57 Marion superintendent of a Cedar Rapids construction firm died at a Britt hospital Monday night of injuries suffered a wcek ago in an accident involving a 15 ton piece of road equipment surprise national broadcast Mon day night that the strikers who have crippled communications utilities mines and factories al over the country return to wort Tuesday He implied a threat to use force and hinted he would jail strike leaders and failed to heed official requisitions to go bach to their jobs Workers Stay Out The workers stayed out how ever and the government feared if it resorted to force the Commu nists would call a general nation wide strike and send members o unions they control into the streets of Paris and other big cities for riots Garbage piled up in the streets Train service from Paris was bu a fraction of normal Telephone and telegraph service was main tained only for essential messages Paris subway service was 50 pel cent of normal Bus service was crippled In mines lhe strike wa nearly 100 per cent effective CAR PLUNGES DOWN MOUNTAINThis unoccupS car plunging down a mountain side near Dahlonega Ga turned over 12 times before reaching the bottom It all happened like this The car first skidded and came to rest on the edge of the 300foot slope A truck loaded with Boy Scouts tried to pull the car to safety with a chain but the car began dragging the truckload of Scouts toward the incline Fortunately the chain broke and down went the car Wiropliolo LONG HANDS OF cois Fischer a threeyearold nudist ended up in the hands of Pasadena police The tot wan dered into a bank without a pock etbook or even without a pocket Embarrassed bank employes fashioned him sketchy trunks from a money bag Bandit Gets 000 in Bank Holdup FLORAL PARK NY Itfi A daring gunman grabbed a branch ank manager on the lawn of his ong Island home Tuesday morn ng and used him as a shield to et into the bank and steal more han The bank manager was taken along in his own car as a hostage and dumped out a few miles away n a residehtial section ofQueens lis car was found abandoned near by The manager Eric Gronwall 44 aid the husky darkhaired young unman may have gotten away vith as much as from the bank vault and tellers cages ExactAmount The exact amount will not be known until a tally is complotecl of emaining funds in the bank a Dranch of the Franklin National Bank Eric Groncwall 44 old police hat as he was leaving his home to go to a branch of the Franklin Vational Bank a man stepped out the bushes He had a gun and a canvas bag amming the guninto Gronewalls ide he warned him not to cry mt adding We know all abou you and the bank They got into Gronewalls cai nd drove to the bank Gronewal ecamc aware another car was ollowing but the gunman saic ternly Dont you dare turn round Opens Vault Arriving at the Franklin Branch n Floral Park a prosperous Long sland community the gunman marched Gronewall into the bank orccd him to open the vault and fter taking the money inarched im back to his car again They drove to Bellerose Queens Gronewalt was told to get out lie ever got a good Jook at the man n the other car he said His own ar was found a short distance way after he notified police of the oldtip Before it was found police put ut an alarm for it giving its New fork license number and warning iat two men in it were armed o description was obtained of the ar driven by the accomplice SUFFERS FRACTURES DES MOINES days after e slipped from a rope on which e was swinging while vacation ng on a farm in southern Iowa lichacl Kissicn 9 of Des Moines arnccl he suffered fractures of oth wrists Rothschild Suspended From Post WASHINGTON Mi Edward M Rothschild refused Tuesday to tcl investigating senators whether he is a Communist or whether ho ever stole secret documents from the Government Printing Office lie was swiftly suspended from his job without pay Rothschild a bookbinding ma chine operator at the government printing plant told the Senate In vestigations Subcommittee he de clined to answer on the ground that he might incriminate him self Serious Charges Chairman McCarthy told the witness that the charges made against him in secret testi mony before the subcommittee are perhaps the most serious charges ever made against any govern mcnt officials We have testimony to the effect that you stole secret documents from the Government Printing Of other things that you stoic a secret code McCarthy said McCarthytold Rothschild that his refusal to answer questions was telling the world that you have been stealing secrets that you are a member of theCommunist Party ind that you have been engaged in sspionage Rothschild still was silent Within an hour after the hcar ng McCarthy announced he had icon advised that the printing of ice had suspended Rothschild Both Named Both Rothschild and his wife Es her were named as Communists by witnesses who testified before he Senate group Monday With a shake of his head Roths child declined McCarthys invita tion to comment on the charges Then in a reedy voice he par all questions about his associa ions alleged Communist conncc tions and other activities with the repeated statement Under the Fifth Amendment I refuse to answer that question McCarthy has declared there L every indication the printing office has had an extremely slipshod security setup in the past Secret Dafa The inquiry is aimed to deter mine whether secret information has leaked from the plant which handles many confidential govern ment documents Rothschild declined among other things to say whether he knew one of his printing office coworkers James P Phillips who testified Monday he knew Rothschild to be a Communist in the late 1930s About The Weather Mason Cify Mostly fair and little warmer Wednesday Iowa Mostly fair and not much change in temperature Minnesota Mostly fair not much change in temperature to 8 am Tuesday Maximum Minimum At 8 am 81 50 62 US Marines restrain a kickingSouth Korean Te HE DOESNT LIKE THE ou oren e patriale after he kinged at Communist observers at right The demonstrative PGVV was among those exchanged in Operation Big Switch Enters Third Week 75 Americans Back in Swap PANMUNJOM m Seventyfive more Americana streamed back to freedom Tuesday as the great Korean Wai prisoner exchange entered its third week Besides the Americans the Reds turned back 75 Britisl and 300 South Koreans 50 more than the 400 daily the Reds originally promised Al Wirepliolo IN HIS memorial fund for his small Kansas church ttie tribute paid by POW hud dies to the Rev Emil J Kapaun of Pilsen Kan who died in a North Korean prison May 6 1951 The fund was re vealed by Frank Pappy Noel AP photographer now released but held prisoner in the camp with Father Kapaun OldStory Too Many Are Chiefs ENGLEWOOD Colo WEnglc woods police department is facing he old problem of all chiefs and no Indians Chief Joe Kollar said Monday hat three patrolmen may resign lecausc of an internal squabble and another will be promoted to fill a sergeants vacancy That would leave only two patrolmen in a the 15man department State Police to Protect Workers INDIANAPOLIS W Indiana slate police were ready to protect vorkers in the reopened Clinton lwl JU lllli U1JIILU2I r i wcathcr tlnta P clephonc cxchnnge Tuesday and he Indiana National Guard was ilcrlcd to move against any fur hcr violence in the Indiana Bell elephone strike Again Wednesday the Commu nists planned the step up deliver ics They said they would rctun 45G Allied Americans 75 British and 30fi South Korean It will be the largest single grou returned In 14 days the Reds have re turned 1105 of the 3313 American they claim they held a figure fa less percentagewise than the num her of British 570 of 921 re turned Brig Gen Ralph Osborne chle of the Mimsan provisional com mand said the number of Ameri cans repatriated probably will in crease when the Reds start cmp tying the next prison camp Several liberated Americans said they believed the next POWs wil come from Camp No 3 at Chong song One prisoner estimated ji liolds 200 to 300 Americans cap ured in the early months of fight ing Tuesdays liberated Americans and British came back smiling but their gaunt bodies showed the effects of many months in Nortl Korean stockades One repatriate a prisoner for more than 25 months wryly dc scribed the food We ate like pigs said Pfc larl C Barnard of Martinez tolif I cringe when I think of t The UN Command meanwhile reportedly was ready to renew de mands for the return of all Allied prisoners Hungarian Commies Free Sanders After Four Years NICKELSDORF Austria ar Sanders British businessman ailed by Communist Hungary for nearly four years as a spy crossed nto Austria Tuesday a free man The Hod Hungarian government ardoncd the 47yearold Briton Monday night and expelled him rom the country where he and American Robert Vogeler were entenccd in February 1950 on charges of espionage and sabo age Vogeler was released in April 1951 Like Vogeler Sanders came ncross the frontier to freedom at Nickclsdorf a little Austrian bor Icr station Sanders crossed the frontier in a car of the British legation in Buda pest He looked pale wore his custom ary glasses and a grey suit Shortly after Sanders crossed the Italian legation car bearing Vi ccnze Sciotto an Italian also reached Austria Sciotto was convicted of espi onage and sentenced to four years in prison in 1051 An Italian Foreign Ministry spokesman in Rome earlier Tues lay declined to comment upon Sciotlo Spokesman said that pub icity on the case might harm ncmbcrs of Sciollos family who are still in Hungary The spokesman said the ministry had known of Sciotlos arrest and that the Italian government had sought repeatedly to have him freed The spokesman said Sciotto was employed by a Hungarian con struction company Sanders and Sciotto stopped on the Austrian side of the border only a few seconds then drove to ward Vienna In London a Foreign Office spokesman said no negotiations di rectly preceded Sanders arrest but exchanges have been continu ing since he was arrested Nov 21 1949 The spokesman said his re ease opens the way for resumpi lion of normal trade which Britain shut off a month after Sanders was arrested Flynn New Deal Power Dies at 61 DUBLIN MiEdward J FJynn American Democratic Part leader died here Monday night The Clycarold Democratic na lional committccman and leader o the Bronx New York had bee vacationing here He died in i hospital Long in illhealth he sailed from New York for Ireland on the Man rclania July 25 He went aboan the liner in a wheelchair His wif and 17yearold daughter Sheilr sailed with him v Flynn was credited with lame A larlcy in obtaining the Demo cralic presidential nomination fo Franklin D Roosevelt In 1932 dc spite the opposition of Tammanv Kali He succeeded Farley as Demo cralic nationalchairman in1941 and managed Roosevelts success ful third term bid He was frequently the target o sharp criticism When Thomas E Dcwcy wat for governor in 1938 he said that Flynn while sheriff had appointed Arthur Dutch Schultz Flegenheimer a notorious under world character as a deputy sheriff Flynn accused Dcwey of indulg ng in h a 1 f truths and said Schultz was appointed a deputy sheriff before he was known as f and the badge was con six months after the ap pointmcnl The Dutch Schultz appointment ami a charge that he used city em loycs and material to pave the an Jquc Belgian courtyard of his Lake Mahopac NY country home vcrc used against him by Repub icans in opposing his confirma ion as US ambassador to Atis ralia Flynn finally asked Roose elt to withdraw his name U S Will Try to Kill Proposition Soviets Defeated on Seating Reds UNITED NATIONS NY Ofi ttussia proposed Tuesday that the Korean peace conference be made up of five socalled neutrals and six ot the countries which fought in Korea This challenged the U S concept ot Die conference The United States insists thai the conference bo limited to countries actually fought in the con flict with Russia n possible ex ception The U S position is that the Russians canif thethe Chinese Reds and North Koreans want them Soviet Propota The Soviet proposal called for participation of the United States Britain France Russln Red Chi na India Poland Sweden Burma North Korea and South Korea In a statement to the press U S Delegate Henry Cabot Lodge Jr attacked the Soviet peace confer New Offer to Reds on Austria WASHINGTON United States Britain and France pressed Russia Tuesday to meet on Independ ence In two weeks and to quit holding upthe unification of Ger many In Identical notes to Moscow Monday the 810 offered to a controver sial short treaty proposal clear the way for Austrias lib from eight of Al lied and Soviet occupation They fired the new challenoe only a few hours after informally denouncing the Kremlins latest note on Germany as an attempt to stall a Big Four conference on German unification and to block free allGerman The three Allies proposed streamlined eightarticle Aus trian treaty in March 1952 when years of negotiation had failed to produce an agreement on a 60 artlcle pact But Russia bluntly rejected the shorter version In sisting that talks continue on longer treaty To break lhe deadlock the Big Three Monday proposed a four power deputy foreign ministers meeting In London on Aug 31 and offered not to introduce abbreviated document providing the Soviets did not raise extra neous issues such as Germany cnce resolution as a sleazy ma neuver designed to obscure the issues and let the Communists dominate the conference He said the proposal opens the conference to neutrals and ignores many countries which fought for the United Nations Jn Korea Lodge also objected that the voting procedure proposed by Russia would enable decisions to be reached without the approval if South Korea since that country was not a signatory of the nrmis lice agreement Before this proposal was made Russia suffered an expected sol iack Soviet Delegate Andrei y Vishinsky rose at the opening of he UN Assemblys 60Nation Po itical Committee session with a demand that Red China and North orea be invited to take part in he committee debate The commit tee voted him down 3414 on hina and 3418 on North Korea Wants Rids Seated Vishinsky made it clear that he vould not complicate this session y moving for the seating of the Pciping regime as a member of he United Nations Ho said he would make a formal move to do his at the fall Assembly session vhich opens Sept 15 Britain and France got quickly nto the fight over composition of he Korean peace conference with SAME leclarations favoring a broader representation than the United States advocates They did not omment directly however on the icw Soviet proposal Russias Korean resolution pro ides that no decisions of the peace onfercnce would be binding unless icy have the approval of the par es signed the armistice grecment This in effect meani hat the United States North Ko rea am Red China would veto powers over decisions   

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