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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 24, 1953, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALJ NORTH 10WANS NEIGHBOR 5 HOME EDITION VOL LIX Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY AUGUST 74 1953 One Mans Opinion A Radio Commtnfary By W EARL HALL Managing Editor A Chance to Make UN Something Real TTS beyond the understanding o the average American how th British could seriously consider ad milling Communist China to th United Nations For nearly tw years the Chinese Reds have been killing a lot of American boys ant at least a few Britons in brazen and contemptuous defiance of UN British Laborites in Parliamen have been extremely critical of the assertion by Secretary Dulles tha United States would oppose to utter limit any attempt to open the UN doors to Mao TseTungs rep resentative The altitude of the British party in power is more guardedly expressed but it isn greatly different in its essence If we could understand the Brit ish in this matter we would under stand both the British and the a lot of other nation too their disin clination to quit trading with the Chinese at the lime they were our enemy in battle It didnt make sense to us but the other nations seemed able to rationalize it wilh out difficulty Recognition Didnt Help Several years ago the British government was quick to recog nize the Red regime The explaha tion was expressed in this manner We arent approving the Commu nist form of government in any sense of the word were merely recognizing the fact that its Mao TseTung not Chiang Kaishek whos at the helm in China In the working out of things the recognition availed Britain nothing whatever It proved a onewaj street There was nothing of re ciprocity about it Hong Kong was saved of course but there is no reason to believe that this was tiec up to the act of recognition What Im coming to and per haps too slowly is that in the months rather immediately ahead there is going to be enormous pressure either to get Red China into UN IN PLACE of Nationalist China or to get Red China into UN ALONG WITH Nationalist China Andits going to take a lot of doing on our part to prevent it thats the subject 01 this little visit with you on this occasion Lets Be Affirmative That which promises to be an up hill and defensive action on our part can be turned into an af firmalive and constructive pro gram if there is a suffici ency of vision and enlightened self interest on the part of those who shape our foreign policy and enun ciate our stand at the sessions of the United Nations Lets not just say No to Britain and those who can be ex pected to join her in the demand that Red China be admitted to UN Lets beat them to the punch with a proposal and program to give life and meaning to the world organization which was designed to maintain the peace This counter proposal would be so much more important and dra matic that our British friends would scarcely have the guts to take the lime of Ihe assembly for consideration of whether the Chi nese Reds should be accepted in UN membership Under this proposal to extend law and order to world dimensions through a slrengthening of UN Red China as well as Red Chinas master mind in the Kremlin would have every opportunity to reveal its good faith All it would need to do would be to consent to play the game according to the rules or suffer the consequences Its Covered by a Bill Actually what Im suggesting here isnt anything new or star tling To the contrary it is all cov ered in a bill introduced in the Sen ate on June 3 1953 by Republican Ralph R Flanders on behalf of himself and some 30 other sen iitors of varied political hues from John Bricker at one extreme to Hu bert Humphrey and Wayne Morse at the other end of the prism Thai measure SCR 32 is des cribed as a bili on world disarm ament and world development In language which doesnt lend it self to misunderstanding it spells out the crying necessity for a United Nations which will not have to be satisfied with any stalemate selllement of future police actions brought about by recalcitrant na tions It recognizes that the ex istent UN is a boy trying to do a mans work Let me quote Now therefore be it resolved by the United States Senate the House of Representatives concur that it continues to be the declared purpose of the United CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 Rh PapnCoiulsU ot Two Ono No 371 ee Balks on India at UN Parley Ike Supports Plan to Up Trade DENVER Colo Eisenhower Monday threw his sup port behind a plan to liberalize American restrictions on foreign trade particularly with the United Kingdom A fivepoint program for a freer American trade policy was sub mitted to the President by Lewis W Douglas former ambassador to Great Britain who represented this country in financial and eco nomic conversations with the Uniled Kingdom last March Mr Eisenhower then forwarded the Douglas report to Clarence chairman of the new com mission on foreign economic policy hailing it as a real contribution to thinking in the field of dollar sterling relationships Mr Eisenhower recommended the report to the early attention of Randalls commission The President also forwarded the Douglas report to the head of each federal departmenl and agency concerned wilh foreign economic policy After reviewing Britains post war economic difficulties which he ing economic restrictions and con said were clue in part to persis tent and stubborn American pro tection of the American market Douglas put up a detailed remedy lo the President 1 It is for us as soon as possi ble to commence to remove from our own policies the impediments to freer trade and currencies He said this country should use every means including legislation to keep Ihe United Kingdom and other commonwealth governments from being forced back into sweep Irols 2 Encouragement of private in vestment of dollars in foreign coun tries by diminishing the hazards o double taxation and expropriation 3 Formation of a combination o intergovernmental agencies pu vale management and capital lo bridge Ihe gup between American aid overseas and the period when the flow of private capital become adequate 4 Participation by American banking houses in sterling loans JUST ONE MORE PLEASE President Eisenhowev smiles for seven year old Kenny Raymond Kloppel of Den ver who rushed from the crowd with box camera in hand for one last shot as the President left the Corona Pres byterian Church where he attended services Sunday morning U S Seeks to Reinstate 4 Charges Against Lattimore WASHINGTON government Monday asked the US Court of Appeals to reinstate four perjury charges against Owen Lattimore which a lower court judge threw out as violatinghis constitutional rights The appeal papers said US District Judge Luther W Youngdahl misconstrued the counts so as to create the new ls held Building to discourage wnn J riotminded strikers while truck Even with Mossadegh a prisoner loads of elite antiriot security the n e w Zahed governments guards massed nearby in reserve and spurious issues of speech conformity of ideas mposilion of orlhodox views ct cetera Judge Youngdahl a former Re mblican governor of Minnesota ast May stripped down the indict ment against the controversial Far Sastern specialist from seven to hree counts Unless the judge is overturned jy higher courts the government vill have to decide whether lo bring Lattimore to trial on the re maining three counts or drop the case Lattimore a onetime State De artment consultant was indicted ast December The charges grew out of 12 days of testimony be ore the Senate Internal Security Subcommittee nearly a year earl er Since his indictment Lattimore las been on leave of absence from Johns Hopkins University Balti more About The Weaiher Mason City Partly cloudy with chance of showers Iowa Tuesday partly cloudy scattered showers Minnesota Partly cloudy through Tuesday GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Monday Maximum 84 Minimum GO At 8 am 70 YEAR AGO Maximum 75 Minimum 49 troubles were not over Small scattered proMossadegh uprisings still were reported in outlying sections of the country And the Shah lold newsmen at a palace garden party Sunday his na lions treasury is very empty Immediate help is imperative the Shah declared We need help in the next few days We do nol ask any nation in particular anc we are not beggars However we must have help now if we are to save the country Emergency Aid From Washington Associated Press Reporter John Hightower wrote Monday that Irans new re gime appears to have excellent prospects of obtaining emergency inancial aid if it asks it from the Jnited States Hightower said the inal decision would be up to Pres dent Eisenhower but the whole range of US relations with Iran already is under high level con ideralion Asked whelher Iran would be KILLED IN CRASH TAMA la L Reilh 25 Oran was killed early Sunday when his car collided broadside with an empty aulo transport on a curve of highway 30 four miles west of here viiling lo accept help from Russia he Shah said We are ready lo accept help from anybody Irans financial Iroubles result rom her loss of oil markets follow ng Mossadeghs nationalization of he Britishowned AngloIranian Oil Companys vast holdings in the country DROWNS IN RIVER DES MOINES Willis 82 retired Des Moines carpenter drowned Sunday in the Des Koines River Bright Outlook Expert Says 3 Big Killers on Way Out NEW will rout hree of mankinds deadliest kill ers within the next 10 years Wil iam L Laurence Pulilzer Prize vinning medical reporler declared n the current issue of Look Maga ine Monday Polio heart disease nd cancer will all be brought un der control by lyi3 he predicts Polio will be the first to be eiimi aled according to Laurence Vhen tests on the recently devel ped polio vaccine are completed his crippler of children will be on is way to join smallpox and diph heria in the limbo of infectious iseases controlied by universal accination Probably by 3960 and ertainly by 1963 he says every irl and boy under the age of 19 ome 50 million in all will have icen vaccinated The new vaccine expected to give lifetime immunity against the three known types of poiio will be ready for its first field trials this winter Surgery and chemical agents will combine to control diseases of the heart and blood vessels Laurence declares One of the leading causes of arteriosclerosis and high blood pressure in old age is the forma tion of fatly deposits in the linings of the arteries Scientists have re cently discovered that a chemical factor in the blood which de creases as the body ages prevents Lhese fatty deposits from forming The blood factor has now been syn thesized in the laboratory and can soon be produced on a large scale Heart surgery has already made spectacular strides lhanks lo Ihe development of Ihe mechanical hearl and lung which does Ihe according lo present indications it cedure to remove diseased coron Jr iiit vy VII UUJWUJll ary arteries and replace them with regime Its prestige has been at a healthy ones from artery banks the book arlicle states Laurence declares that science also has cancer on the run Scien lisls are now learning lhat chemi cal environment in Ihe body is most favorable for cancer growth and are developing countermeasures by crealion of a chemical environ ment in which cancer cannot take root When this problem is solved it will be possible to determine whether an individual is suscepti ble to cancer and to lake proper measures lo counteract the suscep tibility French Not to Convene Parliament levi took over the ment he had refused to re linquish Officers Club The old Nationalist leader was interned in the Officers Club to await trial possibly on charges ol treason for refusing to obey Ihe Shahs order a week ago hand the premiership over to Gen Fa zollah Zahedi k inilial PARIS steering com balking the order niittee Parliament decided Mon day at a meeting guarded by TheIranian rulerreturned after nTtcalf Zahed last Wednesday tad the debate Ihe crisfs caused by Royalist coup that finally led to strike of 2000000 workers Mossadeghs downfall It was not The troops took their positions disclosed what jaii Mossadegh around the National Li Held i Troubles Not Over Iran May Get UL SJjelp Mossadegh Is Moved From Club to Jail TEHRAN Iran sources announced Monday exPremier Mohammed Mossa degh fiom the comfortable quarters of the Tehran Officers uiuo to a jail cell Mossadegh clad in pajamas surrendered last week nftei a bloody coup by supporters of Shah Mohammed Reza Pah Lead in Demand Socialist members had led in a demand that the vacationing Par liament be called into emergency session to debate Premier Joseph Laniels economy measures thai caused the strike of workers in nationalized industries Despite an agreement between Lanicl and nonCommunist labor unions strikers defied orders by their leaders to return lo work and kept the country in a state of semiparalysis that threalened Laniels cabinet Remain Idle Hundreds of thousands of Social ist and Catholic Union members remained idle in mines and public utilities and the Communists tak ing advantage of their revolt against their leaders called for an allout general strike The refusal of the steering com mittee lo call Parliament inlo ses sion saved Laniel from a test of strength A confidence vole almosl cer lamly would follow a recall Laniel last Thursday said he would consult union leaders before attempting to institute his drastic cform program OH THATS Robert Maxoy of Calif gets his muatache tweaked by his wife Janice upon his arrival in San Francisco Sunday He was one of 328 exprisoners to return to the United States A son was born to the Maxeya while he was in prison camp Cheers Tears Mix as POWs Return Home 2400 Arrive in San Francisco By ROBERT W WELLS SAN FRANCISCO than 300 American fighting men Monday scattered over tho United States enroute home from grim Red prison camps and th e emotion packed arrival of the first shtplont of repartlatcd POWs from Korea tf v AP Wlrcpliolo DADDY James Curry of Rockford III hugs two sons David 5 and Pat 7 on his arrival in San Francisco Curry was taken prisoner by the Communists 33 months ago Light Voting in Election on Courthouse The lightest Mason City vote on a controversial issue which has ccn cast in many years was seen VIonday There were only 783 votes by 2 oclock on the proposed 00 bond issue to finance an annex or the Ccrro Gordo County Court 10USC A light vote also was reported Red Concessions Made to Germans MOSCOW Soviet Union has made sweeping concessions in a new pact wilh East Germany The Kremlin agreed to exchange ambassadors with the Soviet oc cupation zone end reparations aft er Jan 1 cut occupation costs pro vide additional economic aid and release some German war prison ers A joint communique announcing the pact was issued Sunday at the end of a fourday conference be tween top Russian leaders includ ing Premier Georgi Malenkov and ra vi tui fji JUJirvu Vi i UQ work of the heart in circulating the an East German delegation headed blood during an operation By 1960 by Premier Otto Grolcwohl Western observers in Germany TT uixsi 11 wunvj ti n in vruniltiny will be an ordinary surgical proviewed the agreement as an effort lo prop up the wobbly Grotcwohl low ebb since Ihe June 17 hunger riots in the Easl zone SAME racini dettk in pmt 24 hours t Clear Lake In 1938 when Ihe voters were asked lo decide on a bond issue for a new courthouse match ing a PWA grant Ihere were 3881 votes cast during Ihe day The issue failed to get Ihe neces sary 60 per cent majority at the summer vote and it was brought up again at the general election when Mason Cilyans casl 8225 votes on the proposition It passed then but the government grant was with drawn before construction could start Polls remain open until 8 pm throughout Ihe counly Monday There are eight polling places in Mason Cily Their localion and Ihe vole at 2 pm was as follows First of Administra tion 85 2nd of 92 1st of 149 2nd of School 52 1st of Hall 108 2nd of School 35 1st of R garage MC 2nd of 4th School 26 Rockford General Honored in Korea WITH US 3RD DIVISION IN KOREA W Brig Gen Wilbur Dunkelberg 55 assistant 3rd Di vision commander wcs one of five officers of the division including President Eisenhowers son Maj John Eisenhower honored recent ly by the Republic of Korea Gen Dunkelberg was born at Rockford Iowa TightLJpped PANMUNJOM Tlghtllpptd American prisoners returning to frtdom Monday said would not talk about prison conditions until all our guys gtt out up The 150 Americans wert and subdued In contrast to the boitterous group which returned Sunday Although they would not say anything they feif mighr en danger their friends who are still under Comrnuniit control they spoke freely of escape attempts and other unusual Incidents of their Imprisonment The Navy transport Gen Nelson M first vessel on the Tcedom run from Inchon Korea glided under the Golden Gale Sun day with 328 former captives as n fog bank brake up overhead nnd Army and Marine bands broke into California Here I Come Roar From Men As the ship nosed inlo Jicr pier nl Ft Mason just across Ihe S Korea May Refuse to Attend Accuses India of Treachery UNITED NATIONS NY South Korea Monday accused In dia of treachery of Ihe first magnitude and warned Iho United Nulions formally thaft Syngman Rhees government will find 11 next lo impossible to par ticipate in Ihe Far Eastern polilical conference if Iho Indians sit on tho UN side Earlier Son Alexander Wiley R Wis appealed lo India to withdraw her name as n possible participant in the Korean peace conference Trying forDivision In a statement to the press Wiley said the Russians were try ing to divide the West over this issue He said Indias withdrawal would save a vote and defeat the Kremlin game Wiley chairman of the Scnato Foioign Relations Committee also said We arc wondering whether this truce is creating a breathing spell so that the Communists can in oka Norlh Korea ready for another battleground His statement came before South Koreas fiery foreign minister Y T Pyim made his strong declara tion opposing Indias participation in the peace conference Tho South Koreans have made no secret oC their opposition to India as n member of tho confer ence but hnd taken no part in thfi debate hero India meanwhile pusheda vig orous behindthcsccnc campaign for inclusion Tho Indian delega tion called Iho 16natlon Asian Arab group into n huddle to try to lino them up into 9 solid Indian bloc Uncertain At least three members of the tho Philippines and reported uncer tain The United Slales conlinued to cad Iho opposition to India Brazilian delegate Henrique da Sotizo Gomes told the committee South Koreas opposition to India is well known and lhat Indian par licipation will bankrupt Iho con ference The Dominican Republic also lined up against India Chief US Delegate Henry Cabot Lodge Jr declined Sunday night in a televised interview to confirm re ports he had told other delegates US opposition lo India slcmmcd from the South Korean threat Ho also refused to comment on South Koreas opposition to India Other Neutrals Let South Korcn speak for it self Lodge said explaining that tho United States opposed India be cause its inclusion would open tho door to olher neutrals with au ntcrcst in Koreas future Meantime Communist China de manded that she and North Korea be pelmilled lo parlicipalc in arrangements for the forthcoming from Alcatraz a roar rose political conference on Korea rom 2400 Marine Army and Air Force men also aboard Fircboals spouted streams of wa cr and a huge sign emblazoned Welcome home On the pier a pretty soprano sang My Hero There were scattered shouts as men who once wondered if they vould ever see Iheir loved ones again spoiled a wife or child Bui more oflcn there were tightly clenched jaws and tears in the eyes which had stared too long at jarbcd wire and bleak Norlh Ko rean stockades Emotions af Peak Emotions climbed to a peak in he everlasting minutes required o tie up he ship They broke inally when the gangway was raised and the first of a stream of ormcr prisoners ran down to the dock First ashore was Pfc Roosevelt A Lunn of Baltimore Lt Gen oscph M Swing grabbed him by he hand and shook it San Fran isco Mayor Elmer Robinson did he same as Lunns mother and most of nine brothers and sisters jack in Baltimore watched the ccnc via a nationwide television hookup On Lunns heds camo a steady tream of men pouring down into he huge pier shed Foreign Minister Chou EnLai said in a statement broadcast over Piping Radio lhat the absence of Tied China and North Korea from iic talks now being held by tha viinv cl ii vi uy Lilt hird band joined the cliorus and United Nations Political Commit ec was unreasonable1 But on the promenade deck of the responsibilily of the he on the dock beUnited Nations to inform North ow among the families of more Korea and Red China on all pro nan CO of the freed vas much quieter People Want Hart Plans Race CEDAR RAPIDS MiState Sen Stanley L Hart 57 retired Keo kuk businessman said Monday he will submit his name in the GOP gubernatorial primaries next spring 1C T am assured that my candidacy is generally acceptable Hart said that to convince him that his candidacy would have gen eral acceptance he would need indicated support in the form of letters or phono calls from my Friends from newspapers and from the people in every congres sional district BULLETIN LONDON Btg Western Allies reported near agreement Monday on now offer to loin Russia in a foreign ministers parley on the future of Germany   

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