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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 21, 1953, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKE S ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGH B 0 R S HOME EDITION VOL L1X Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wire Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY AUGUST 21 1953 This Inpcr Consists of Two Ono NonCommunist Unions in France Agree to Settlement No 170 U S Cuba Oppose Growing Strength to Okay India for Spot in Peace Conference UNITED NATIONS N Y Friday became the second UN member to line up with the United States in opposing inclusion of India in the Korean peace conference Nationalist China came out against India earlier Other countries from Scandinavia the Middle East and Eastern Europe continued however to join the growing list in favor of Indian participation Among thosesupporting In Reformatory Inmate Dies in Violence MONROE Wash hun dred inmates the Washington State Reformatory Thursday nighi went on a destructive spree thai ended hours later with one man dead three injured and five of the institutions sprawling building destroyed by fire Half of the rioters were in a cell block the others on the grounds in the center of the build ings they had set torch to in a sudden outbreak of frenzied vic iousness Then several hours after the first outbreak at 9 p m CST a group of the men on the grounds tried to break through the gate Guards almost shoulder to shoul der atop the 30 foot high walls and armed with everything from riol guns to tommyguns opened fire Four men fell One was mort ally wounded Another struck by a ricocheting bullet which passed through his head right behind his eyes lay on the ground scream ing About The Weafher Continuing fair and Mason City pleasant Iowa Mostly fair Not much change in temperature Minnesota Saturday partly cloudy with scattered showers GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Friday Maximum 80 Minimum 50 At 8 am gg YEAR AGO Maximum 78 Minimum 61 dia before the General Assem blys COnation Political Committee at its Friday morning session were Sweden Norway Egypt Israel and Poland Rhee Objection Cuban Delegate Emilio Nunez Prtunondo said it is well Known that the president of the Republic of Korea Syngman Rhee has said he will not sit in a conference with India on his side India cannot be imposed on him Virtually all countries appeared to be supporting a resolution by Australia New Zealand and Den mark recommending the inclusion of Russia provided that Commu nist China and North Korea de sires it Denmark became a co sponsor of this proposal only Fri day morning South Africa announced it woulc abstain both on India and on Rus sia It also said it did not iritenc to take part in the parley even though South African air force participated in the fighting No Reason Swedens Richard Sandier also told the committee his governmenl sees no reason for Sweden to be negotiating member of the peace conference He was com menting on a Soviet resolution which recommended Sweden as a member of the parley Both Sandier and Norwegian Delegate Hans Engen supported the inclusion of Russia in the con ference as well as all the coun tries who took part in the fighting on either side Meanwhile the delegates studied a new Indian proposal which some said would give Communist China and North Korea a veto over the U Ns choice for the conference table The new Indian move coincided with a stepup by the United States in its drive to keep India out of the negotiations U S Delegate Henry lafaot Lodge Jr announced he would vote against inviting India o the conference table The Indian resolution proposed hat UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold communicate the Assembly decisions to the North Korean and Peiping regimes and report to the General Assembly as Indian Delegate V K Krishna VIenon said lural it was purely proce AP Wlrcpltoto NEWLYWEDS Mr and Mrs Aldy Stephens of New Richmond Wli embrace after being sep arated for two weeks in different wards at the Sister Kenny polio inititute in Minneapolis Married June 13 the two became ill with polio two weeks ago and were to the hospital BULLETIN UNITED NATIONS NY The ArabAsian countries in the UN decided unanimously Fri day to ask the Security Council to intervene in the Moroccan situa tion It was indicated the group would charge Frances removaf of the Sultan of Morocco is a threat to peace NOW WHERE IS CORPUS were some puzzlingmoments such as these for Southwestern Bell telephone supervisory employes who took over the switchboard jobs of striking workers 150 Are Freed U S Incorrigibles Returned by Commies PANMUNJOM 150 Americans the larg est singleday delivery yet in the Korean War prisoner ex change rode out of Red captivity at this wayside village Friday Eager as youngsters they shouted and danced as they were freed with 300 South Koreans The Americans were Camp 1 at Chongsong on the Yalu River the Red stockade for incorrigibles who actively re sisted Communism The Reds said Saturdays deliv ery would include 94 30 of them sick or Four lowans M U N S A N Korea Iff Four owans were liberated Friday Cpl Irvin P Weber LaPorte City Cpl Cecil G Gilbert Maren 90 Pfc Edward G Wilkins Des domes and Sgt Dale Seidelman Exira South Koreans 23 British 13 Can adians 3 Australians 2 French 1 Turk and 1 Colombian Three Canadians 2 British 1 Australian and the Turk were listed as sick or wounded The 150 Americans returned Thursday brought the total to 1465 of the 3313 the Reds said they held The Americans returning Friday were in high spirits but they also ore more reports of Red brutal ly and mistreatment especially against Allied airmen The Reds vere death against American avi ators said Cpl Phillip E Rogers of Denver Mystery Man Overcome by Gas Fumes JERSEY CITY N J UP Henry The Dutchman Grunewald the Washington mystery man and woman companion were found overcome by gas fumes in a thrcc Jersey City apartment Fri day Grunewald was taken to Jersey iity Medical Center on an ambu lance stretcher but later was re ported in satisfactory condition The woman described as attrac tive was identified by police as Ann Anderson 46 who moved into he apartment early Thursday from a nearby hotel She was re vived in the apartment and taken o the hospital for observation What did I do to deserve this she sobbed to police Police said two burners on a gas stove were turned on but a win low was open which probably saved their lives One officer said pot of coffee had boiled over Thousands Start Back to Posts But Still Crisis in the Country PARIS Mi NonCommtinisi unions ordered thousands of work crs back to their jobs first break in the wave of strike that has strangled France for days But the backtowork trek was slow Unions were mooting all ovei France to discuss the terms ol settlement The Socialist Workers Force FO and the Christian Labor Federation CFTC reached agree ment with Premier Joseph LaniePs government early Friday for post al telegraph and telephone work ers to end their strike Other gov ernment workers were expected to join the backtowork movement Not Normal But attempts to put in telephone calls to other cities in France still were fruitless Friday afternoon The communication services were not expected to be back to normal before Monday in any case On other strike fronts there was ittle perceptible change Only a lew railroad trains were running though Socialists and Catholics ordered their rail men back to work The Paris subway and bus sys tern were still partially paralyzed Coal mines were still idle Furthermore a 48hour strike of metal workers called by nonCom munist unions began Friday Thou sands of workers were reported idle at steel mills and other fac lories in the nation But the management at the big Renault automobile plant in Paris said only 2000 of its 16000 workers ailed to show up The government was reported to lave promised the postal tele phone and telegraph strikers 1 To call into session befort Sept 30 a commission to consider general upward revision of rench wages 2 To take no sanctions against strikers 3 To consult the unions before putting into effect LanieLs pro losed economy decrees upping re iremcnt age limits and cutting ithcr benefits These decrees were the origina ausc of the strike The strikers atcr added demands for wage in creases and bonuses CHANGE OF Tehran mob armed with lonpstaves pulls down Arabic signs of the Iranian party from the front oC a building during tho rioting in which former Iremier Mossadegh was ousted from office and returned the young Shah to control Shah Flies to Iron for Royol Welcome Mossadegh Is Under Heavy Guard US Atom Bomb No Longer Great Preventative of War WASHINGTON UP The So viet Hbomb and Abomb have de stroyed much of the US atomic stockpiles warprevention power informed officials believed Friday From now on these officials say the United States will have to bank less on its power to deliver a crushing atomic counterblitz and put more dollars and effort into military and civil defense At the same time many believe he worlds leaders will have to try harder than ever to secure peace and bring atomic weapons under effective international control The great debate in the next session of Congress seems likely to center on defenses against pos sible attack by Hbomb and A bomb Chairman W Sterling Cole RNY of the HouseS e n a t c Atomic Energy Committee already has stressed the urgent need of improved air defenses Paul If chief of the State Departments policy planning staff has said the United States for the next several years should spend to 000000000 a year more on civil and military defense than it is spending now That the US atomic stockpile no longer possesses the war pre vention value it used to have was emphasized Friday by Chairman Lewis L Strauss of the Atomic Energy Commission In a letter to Chairman Alexan der Wiley RWis of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Strauss said frankly that It is a fallacy to assume that a stockpile of atomic weapons in our own hands is in itself any long er a complete deterrent to aggres sive action The US atomic stockpile has been credited in the past by states men of the caliber of Prime Min ister Winston Churchill with pre venting World War HT I The settlement was expected to orm a pattern for settlement of ither strikes Restates Demand The Catholic Union CFTC Fri ay restated its demand that Par iament be called back next week o consider the labor situation The itccring Committee of the Naliona isscmbly was to meet later to ecide whether to summon Parlin lent from its summer vacation nformed sources said they be cved the committee would decide gainst such a cai But observers warned that plenty f trouble may still lie ahead for Lanicl The Communistled General Con federation of Labor CGT left out of the negotiations had not yet indicated any end to its walkout The CGT controls the bulk of the railroad workers and transporta tion officials said the lines could operate only on a reduced scale without its members The agreement between the gov ernment and the two nonCommu nist unions followed two days of negotiations prodded by a delega tion from Laniels own MRP Popu lar Republican Movement party Despite its anguished pleas the CGT was not taken into the nego tiating circle Other Industries Although only the postal tele graph and telephone employes re ccived immediate rcturntowork orders the pact also covered work ers in the nationalizedindustries Ihe railroads gas and electric serv ice employes and miners In a communique early Friday Laniel promised to consult inter ested unions before putting into effect decrees cutting public pay rolls and increasing retirement age limits for government em ployes MOB CARRIES RIOT body of a m bloody ninehour riots in Tehran is carried aloft by demonstrators who threw out the nntiShah regime of Mossadegh 300 persons were kiljcd in the rioting Printing Officer Questions Story on Theft of Secrets WASHINGTON top official of the Government Printing Office said Friday he would certainly question testimony that Edward Rothschild stole a secret code anc other confidential material from the printing plant conference the GPO has yet decided what it will do about Rothschild Suspended Rothschild 42yearold bookbincl cr was suspended earlier this week when he refused to tell the Senate Investigations Subcommit tee whether he is a Communist or las ever pilfered confidential ma tcrial The subcommittee beaded by Sen McCarthy made pub ic Thursday testimony from a former GPO employe Miss Clcta Guess that Rothschild pocketed a secret code of the U S Merchant Marine which was sent to the GPO or printing during World War II Closed Session Miss Guess told her story at a closed session of the committee last week She left the GPO several years ago and is now a storekeeper in New Orleans She testified that Rothschild in addition to stealing the code also pocketed pamphlets pertaining to military stuff on a few occa sions She gave no dates but it was apparent from her testimony that the time of the alleged actions was in the early IfliOs Cole 46 has been with the GPO or 30 years He called the mect ng with reporters to reply to what ic called completely misleading m plica lions that carloads of sec rets hnve been stolen from the GPO School Teacher Is Charged Buying Boys Beer DES MOINES A McDowell 27 a school teacher charged with contributing to the delinquency of minors faces a hearingin Municipal Court here Aug 28 He was arraigned before Judge Harry B Grund and released on bail Thursday night DCS Moincs vice squad filet charges against him of making beer available to minors and con tributing to their delinquency Capt Louis Volz of the vice squad said McDowell Maryville Mo had been identified as the man who bought a cast nf beer Tues day niglit for three boys who later wrecked a stolen car near Colfax SAME vHUck meru traffle death In put 21 JIOUM ROME Triumphnnlly smil ing Mohammed R e z n Pahlcvi Shah of Iran flew homeward1 Fri lny for u royal welcome in the explosive country he fled five dayt Awaiting him in his land of car pots caviar and oil wore a new Premier loyal to the monarchy jubilant crowds cheering their 33 yearold ruler and a punamnclnd prisoner under heavy old exPremier Mohammed Mossa degh O Out In Force Romes Iranian colony and lega tion which turned Us back on tho Shahs arrival its a fugitive Mon day with 20yearold Queen Sorayn came out in force to cheer his de parture by plime early Friday In a chartered Royal Dutch KLM airliner the Shah and a party of officials and newsmen headed for Baghdad capital of his own countrys nextdoor neighbor Iraq The young monarch planned to lunch early Friday afternoon with Iraqs King Faisal then perhaps fly on to Tehran later Friday Queen Soraya exhausted and up set by the weeks excitement re JinineJ in Rome to rest up Also left behind was the Shahs strongwilled twin sister Princess Ashraf Mossadegh had exiled her ccause she fought his encroach nents on the royal power She lurried from the Riviera to her brothers side Thursday Thursday night she told newsmen she might irop in on Tehran later for a visit First Haven Baghdad had been the Shahs irst haven Sunday after Mossa leghs armed forces foiled the at om pt of palace guards to enforce royal decree naming Maj Gen azollah Zahedi premier Fleeing to Iraq in his own plane tic Shah and his wife went on to Rome Monday by British airliner 5c dnsheci homeward almost as mrriedly after Irans masses and Is army rallied to Zahedi and their ulcrs standard and drove Mossa cgh from his heavilyfortified ome Wednesday Three hundred r more died in the fighting The wcepycycd old Premier vho drove the British out of his nations vast oilfields and then ricd so hard to clip his rulers owcr surrendered Thursday to iahedi at his headquarters in tno lentral Tehran Officers Club New Sultan of Morocco Named PARIS MVMoulay Mohammed en Arafa was proclaimed the new ultan of Morocco Friday Moroctans received calmly tho cthroning of Sultan Sidi Moham icd Ben Yousscf 44 who was xilcd by France to the island of orsica Thursday and his rcplace cnt by his 64yearold uncle rafa The threat of civil war between e Sultans Nationalistic rs and Berber hillsmon who ral ed to the banner of Pasha Thaml I Glaoui of Marrakech had it eded   

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