Mason City Globe Gazette, August 20, 1953

Mason City Globe Gazette

August 20, 1953

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 20, 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 LIX Associated Press and United Press Kull Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY AUGUST M 1953 Paper ConsUls o Two One Loyalists in Iran Arrest Mossadegh Sultan of Morocco Is Dethroned French Take Drastic Action RABAT Morocco Sultan of Morocco was deposed Thursdaj by the French resident genera who surrounded the palace here with guns and French army tanks In Paris the French Interioi Ministry announced that the Sul tan and two of his sons were being deported to exile on Corsica Began March The 44yearold Sultan Sidi Mo hammed Ben Youssef who has been giving the French trouble by his encouragement to independ ence seeking Nationalists was ousted after the tough Berber tribesmen of Pasha Thami El Glaoui of Marrakech the sultans bitter foe began to march in from the hills on the palace at Rabat A fierce civil war threatened be tween fanatical Nationalists sup porting Sidi Mohammed and the warlike Berber countrymen who follow El Glaoui The French clamped a curfew on their tense North African protec torate where press censorship al ready is in effect immediately after announcing the drastic ac tion The dethronement said the French Foreign Office was de cided upon because France found herself confronted with an unequi vocal will expressed with extreme firmness by the immense majority of the Moroccan people Birthplace of Napoleon The Sultan and his sons were re ported already enroiite to Corsica birthplace of Napoteon There was no immediate indica tion of who would assume the throne in the turbulent North Afri can protectorate The announcement of the action was made just after French Resi dent General Augustin Guiliaume has returned to Morocco from Paris and talked with the Sultan at his palace in Rabat SAME LEWIS L STRAUSS PRESIDENT EISENHOWER Ike Gets Secret Data on Russias Hydrogen Weapon DENVER Eisenhower was back at th summer White House Thursday with a top secret report on how the United States learned about Soviet Union tests in cheating Russia may have the hydrogen bomb Eisenhower had no comment on the Moscow newspapei W that Dentil touched off a hydrogen bomb explosion Eisenhower returned to hL vacation headquarters here by plane Wednesday night from New York There at the dedication of a housing project he declared tha families with a proper and decen living standard constitute a bette Dionne Quint to Be Nun NORTH BAY Ont Dionne one of the quintuplets whose births startled the world 19 years ago will enter a convent this fall to become a nun Marie the smallest and weakest of the five girls born May 28 1934 to a Canadian farm couple will enter the order of the Sisters of the Holy Sacrament at Quebec City It is one of the most strict and secluded orders in the Catholic Church A family spokesman also an nounced Wednesday that Yvonne the artistic one of the family will begin art studies soon at Notre Dame Congregation in Montreal The three other Annette and return in September to the Institute Familal at Nicolet Que to continue cour ses in languages music elocution decorative art and home econom ics IOWAN ELECTED CORVALLIS Ore to Earl Heady of Iowa State College Ames Iowa has been elected a vice president of the American arm Economic Association defense against communism than any bomb of whatever kind That is the kind of thing tha will preserve this nation th Chief Executive said in a brie speech at the dedication cere monies There is no doubt now that Eisen hower made his remark about de fense against any kind of boml after receiving a secret report on the Soviet tests When he arrived in New Yor Wednesday morning the Pres dents first buisness was an un scheduled breakfast conferenc with Lewis L Strauss chairman o the Atomic Energy Commission and C D Jackson White House ad viser on psychological warfare Those two officials apparently amplified information which almos certainly had been furnished tc Eisenhower here Aug 12 the daj the Soviet tests took place In traveling through the cit Eisenhower was greeted by en thusiastic crowds reminiscent o last falls presidential campaign Chief Police Inspector Conrad Rothengast estimated a million persons were along Ihe fourmile route Torture of USAirmen FREEDOM VILLA GE Army corporal reaching freedom Thursday told how an American flier Mas lashed to a pole and died in the sun because he would not confess to germ warfare charges Cpl Irvin Edwards 22 of Knox ville III said another flier was chained to a wall in a place where he could neither stand up nor sit down E d w a r d s who was captured Dec 2 1950 while with the US 7th Division said the aviator who died had been taken to Manchuria for questions but would not con fess They brought him back to Camp 2 and tied him to a post in the hot sun until he died Ed wards said He was sarved I dont know how long he had been without food He was already three quarters dead and was so weak that chains around his arms and legs held him erect He never con fessed and died in about 24 hours Meantime the great prisoner ex change passed the halfway mark and there was every indication the Reds will start sending back larger numbers oC Americans daily They promised 150 Friday the biggest US group yet and it ap peared the steppedup rate would continue indefinitely Three hun dred South Koreans also will be freed Sixty Americans 90 British and1 300 Koreans were freed Thursday in the 16th day of exchange at Pan munjom Thursdays shipment brought the number of Allied troops freed to 6533 just over half of the 12763 the Reds promised One of those released was a shy young JapaneseAmerican who al alone held back attacking Red while his men withdrew He re turned from a Communist prison to learn with astonishment that he had won the Medal of Honor Sgt Hirbshi H Miyamura 27 of Gallup NM looked bewildered when Brig Gen Ralph Osborne told him he had won Americas highest award for heroism Os bornc said news of the Sergeantf award was kept secret because he was a prisoner and the Commu nists might have made it rough for him if they had known RED POWS THROW AAVAY CLOTHESThree truckloads of North Korean prisoners Bearing the exchange point at Panmunjom have stripped themselves down to their and caps and thrown their American issue of clothes to the roadside Shah Sends Orders Not to Hurt ExChief TEHRAN Iran UP Fazollah Zahedia forces Ihursday arrested Mohammed Mossadegh and three of his lieutenants in a house in the center of Tehran The arrest of the former Premier who until Wednesday held Iran in a virtual dictatorship quashed earlier reports that he had escaped from the shambles of his bunkerlike house in Zahedis Royalist counterrevolution and taken refuge with friendly Kash ghai tribesmen in the south The three arrested with hii were Ali Shayegan Mossadegh top political expert Gholam Hos sein Sadighi his interior minister and Seifollah Moazami the forme post and telegraph minister Secret Strongpoint Mossadegh was taken to a se cret strongpoint somewhere in th capital for safekeeping His die hard bodyguard put up a desper ale battle Wednesday at his fort fied home where 200 of the 30 casualties in the counterrevoJu tioti occurred Earlier Thursday Shah Moham mod Reza Pahlcvi had sent in structioris from Rome to Zahedi t safeguard Mossadeghs life A that lime Zahedi gave the forme premier 24 hours in which to sur Mossadeghs righthand man ormer Foreign Minister Hossein Fatemi was still listed as missin lespite a flood of unconfirmed ru mors of his death Tehran radio broadcasts Weclnes day said he had been torn I pieces by a mob Stirring Meanwhile trouble was reported itirring in the Kashghai triba area Earlier as Zahedi struggled t onsolidate his triumph and mak ready for the return of the Shah he gave Mossadegh 24 hours t urrender But there were thos here who expressed opinions tha trouble in the Kashghai regioi might Zahedi to weaken hi Tehran forces in an effort to mee the new threat from the south If forced to take such a plunge Lhe Communists and extremist Na tionalist followers of Mossadegl now believed linked in a firm ant Zahedi coalition would have a be ter opportunity to upset the government From the military point of view the important Bakhtiar tribe migh stand as the balance of power Th the Kashghai hard shooting athwart th road to Tehran They are strongl jroShah Queen Soraya is a Bakh iari Under Control The remainder of Iran is firmlj n Zahedis hands An eyewitness said Mossadegh clad in pink pajamas surrenderee o Gen Zahedi in the latters office at the Central Officers Club at Pm 10 am Pale barely able to walk am isibly depressed the old exPre nier whose exact age is his own iccret weakly returned salutes o Sahedis guards as he limped int he club lo meet the man who hac wept him from power in a light ning coup of nine hours The eyewitness said Mossadegh elephoned Zahedi at his office and aid he was ready to surrende mder the terms of Zahedis proc amation Thursday morning guar nteeing him personal protection While Zahedi waited for his man he streets around the club wer icavily manned by troops Tank oiled up and trained their gun n all avenues of approach Plans to Increase Power AMESWOITV will increase Is power to 100000 watts the maximum allowed by Ihe FCC for hanncls two through six late in November it was announced hursday In making the announcement Richard B Hull said that he increase will extend the rn ius of WOTTVs coverage ap roximately 21 per cent resulting n a nearly doubled area of serv Basing coverage estimates upon 50mile radius now served ef ictively by WOITV the number lowans able to view the station hould increase from 479349 26491 to IOWA SAN FRANCISCO W Two Lawrence H McShan West Des Moincs and Sgt Don d V Sherrick of Sioux mong 331 former American pris icrs of war in Korea who will ar ve here Sunday aboard the trans ort Gen Nelson M Walker Given to Man in Cash as Prize Winner NEW YORK cash by the sponsor as the largest ever awarded in a con handed Thursday lo Chicago waterworks employe Herbert 1 Idle got a check for lhat amount for winning the 1951 puzzlequiz contest sponsored by Unicorn Press distributors of the new Funk Wagnalls encyclope dia Idle is married and the father of four grown children Second prize of was won by Mrs Jack Stanley Railsback 3l of Modesto Calif a faclory worker and wife of a disabled World War II veteran Third prize of vas won by Norman Barcus 47 of Detroit chief of research in the Michigan Employment Security Commission HOME FHOM WORLD StevcnaoiTamThis son John Fell Stevenson 17 arrive lit International Air port in New York completing a sixmonth world tour Adlai said hia trip was a sobering experience Story page 2 irms U S Con Reds HBomb But Says Americas Far Ahead MOSCOW Russians an nounced Thursday that they hav exploded a test hydrogen bomb o great strength They couple heir claim with a new call for jn ernational acceptance of a Rus sian disarmament plan includin ban on atomic weapons In Washington the Atomic Ener jy Commission confirmed that i md information on a Soviet hell omb test conducted Aug 13 bu mplied that this country has a two year lead in the race to perfect the most awesome weapon known to science True HBomb Whether either country has ye developed a true is i device compact enough to be car rietl aboard a unknown to the public The Communist newspaper Prav da said in Moscow late Wcdnesda night the explosion of a type o hydrogen bombwas carried on vith experimental aim This prompted Chairman Lewi Strauss of the Atomic Energy Commission to announce that a U S atomic sleuths had in fact de ected a Soviet atomic blast eight lays ago and then Jater determined hat both conventional and Htype eactions were involved He said U S atomic tests in he acific in both 1951 and 1952 in olvcd similar reactions There was no immediate cxpla iation of why the United States vaited for the Russian boast be ore putting out its own announce nent Pressure has been mounting in longress and elsewhere for Presi ent Eisenhower to tell the world more about the status of the U S tomic weapons program Build Up That pressure is certain to build P even more now The Russian announcement said Recently in the Soviet Union the xplosion of a type of hydrogen omb was carried out on an experi mental aim As a result of the pos ession of the mighty power of icrmonuclear fission in the hydro en bomb the explosion was of reat strength The test showed the power of ie hydrogen bomb is many times reater than the power atomic ombs Al Wlrrphntn Dept officials said Thursday they understand the Reds are blaming Brig Gen H Norman Schwarzkopf one time American adviser in Iran for the overthrow of the Mossa degh government Britain Asks U S Speedup UNITED NATIONS NY Britain Thursday called on the UN to get on speedily with a vote on the various proposals on the composition of the Korean peace conference Selwyn Lloyd British minislci Df state said Russias plan only complicates the problem of the General Assembly and should be irushcd aside without furlhcr ado He pushed three resolutions vhich would recommend the inclu ion of the 16 UN countries who ought under the UN banner and wo and India he United Slates is opposing In las inclusion but has agreed to be participation of Russia provided he North Koreans and Chinese Reds want them Lloyd told the 60Nation Political lommiUee that Britain could not grce cither with the composition roposed by Russia or wilh the oting procedure set forth in the evict resolution The world wants from us peedy and efficient action Lloyd aid Let us lake a decision as uickly as possible on the resolu lons before us FIRE DESTRUCTION CEDAR RAPIDS MVAn early morning fire destroyed a storage ani and two trucks belonging to he Cedar Rapids Roofing Co ficc The accusation was made by ilcta Guess former printing office employe against Edward M Rothschild Miss Guess now a New Orleans novelty store operator swore she saw Rothschild take classified ma terials from the printing office Rothschild was suspended Tues day after he refused lo lell the Senate Permanent Tnvcstigatin Committee whether he is n Com nunist whether he stole secre overnmcnl documents or engage n espionage Miss Guess testified in secre cfore the subcommitteelast week ut did not appear al Thursday iuhlic hearing because of a hear condition Her testimony was rcac n i packed committee room by Jhief Counsel Roy Cohn Tells Theft of Secrets From Office WASHINGTON UP Senate investigators Thursday made pub lie sworn testimony that u suspend cd government bookbinder stoic n secret merchant marine code book iaitv llluu umLlucy from the Government Printing Ofusually maintain a steady level of Kinsey Report Outlines Sex Life of Women Reports They Stay Younger Than Men By ALTON L BLAKSSLEE Associated Press Science Reporter BLOOMINGTON Ind to The new Kinsey report released Thurs day finds women slay younge longer lhaii men in sex activity Human sex lives il also finds are as different as fingerprints The only basic sex difference be tween men and women is mental or psychological tho female book suys Most some sur prising aroused as often as men by sights talk or anticipation of sex Most women need steady physi cal contact to achieve sex satis faction Roaring 20s As many persons suspected it finds the roaring 20s really brought a sharp change in American wom ens sex lives They changed to ward less frigidity in marriage and more experience and freedom before marriage Dr Alfred C Kinsey authorized publication Thursday the scien tific findings in his longawaited second book Sexual Behavior in the Human Female It Is more than just statistics op candid confessions of what womeu do By comparing men and wom en il offers keys for happier mar riages and sounder sex laws Fiva unusual chapters tell the full science ot sex Some main findings arc Ten per cent of wives remain frigid never experiencing a sexual climax So do 28 per cent of older single women Yet many fucjt In experienced women youths about sex or help drjMt pex Itws One in four per cent or some time commits adultery whereas about half oral husbands ultimately have extra marital affairs Some husbands en courage wives to do so Half Have ReUHpnc About half of all women sex relations before marriage about hnlf of them just with finnces Only about twothirds evei reach a climax in those premaritnl relations Most wohicn reach a peak ol sexual activities about the age 2 or 28 Once they reach can be earlier or later than Horse Celebrates 55th Birthday COPENHAGEN Denmark UP believed to be the old sl horse in tlie world celebrated icr 55lh birthday Wednesday with n extra ration of beer Owner Andreas Hansen who Ought her in 10J8 said the retiree raught horsc has become a little astidious with the years she ticks to beer now About The Weather Mason City Fair and pleasant Fri day Cool Thursday night Mostly fair Friday Minnesota Mostly fair Friday GlobeGazette weather data up o 8 a m Thursday Maximum 77 Minimum M At 8 a m 62 EAR AGO Maximum Minimum 69 activity until their 50s or 60s with iltlc decline from aging But most men rcnch a peak of activity in their late teens then steadily decline with age Tho male icnk is most often far higher than vomcns so that male activity higher Ihroughout Ufa han the activity of most females But the fact is most men rowing old in sexual capacity when their wives arc becoming more interested and less inhibited in sex This difference often leads to marilal problems Its still a mystery why women dont show this aging affect More Stimulation Of 33 kinds of psychological nrousals toward sex only three stimulated higher percentages ot women than men These three were seeing romantic movies reading romantic literature and being bitten Men arc usually more aroused by nude pictures thoughts of sex or other reminders A third of women are not aroused at all by any psychosexual stimuli But 2 to 3 per cent are faimoro aroused than any man Trouble often comes when men expect women to react psycholog ically as men do Men often fail to realize that women are more easily distracted from sex by noises or interruptions The ease of male mental arousal accounts for hus Dands1 wanling more frequent sex ual contact and mens difficulty n getting along without it Wives often fail to understand that The sex response involves 20 odily or physical changes includ ng faster pulse higher blood prcs ure shortage of oxygen rapid breathing lessened ability to see nd hear Anger involves 14 of these same hangcs Anger thus equals sex minus sex Sex Crimei This could explain some sex rimes why frustrated sexual ponse so readily turns into anger r rage or anger can lead on lo ex Jt could explain why marital unrrcls sometimes lead to making 5 Fear contains nine ot the ;