Mason City Globe Gazette, August 25, 1953

Mason City Globe Gazette

August 25, 1953

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 25, 1953, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited ior the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THS NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH I O W A N S NflGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LIX Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy Ind Id Ch MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY AUGUST 25 1953 This 1iiper Consists Two No 273 arges America With Deal n Courthouse Annex Plan Is Defeated refused Monday to approve bond issue to finance an annex to the County Courthouse The vote was 1955 Yes and 2311 No Only 46 per cent favored the proposal as compared with the GO per cent necessary to carry a bond sue in Iowa The proposal got a majority o the votes in only 8 of the 30 pre cincts including one in Mason City and one in Clear Lake Tlu others were Bath Clear Lake Geneseo West Mason Lake aiu Portland Townships The Mason City vote was 115 Yes and 1479 No Clear Lake first precinct voted 11051 for th proposal making the totals fo the city 256211 We have no other solution said John G Brown chairman o the county board of supervisors Tuesday The people have made the decision he said and th board has carried out the mandate given it by the grand jury He referred to the report of the December 1952 grand jury which instructed the board to study al teralion or reconstruction of the courthouse in order to provide fircsafe storage for records and an adequate jail PRECINCT Mason City TP1W 2P1W 1P2W 7P2W 1P3W 2P3W 1P4W 2P4W YES S3 W 208 116 214 100 210 59 NO 138 22B 205 163 287 153 212 93 1154 1479 Bath 35 i8 Lake Twp 42 30 Dougherty 21 51 FaHiPlymouth 39 39 28 44 m 23 Grant U 31 GrimesMetervey H 69 GrimesThornton 36 41 Lake 43 20 Lime Creek 21 25 Lincoln U 26 Mason 22 25 W Mason 21 14 Mount Vernon 6 29 Owen 15 33 Pleasant Valley 76 51 Portland 37 31 Union 8 21 Clear Lake 1st 110 51 Clear Lake 2nd 67 73 Clear Lake 3rd 79 87 TOTALS 1955 Group of Lawyers Propose to Oust Any Communists BOSTON American Bar Associations House of Delegates Tuesday adopted without debate a resolution asserting that no Com munist should be permitted to be a lawyer in the United Slates The resolution presented by the ABA committee on Communist tactics strategy and objectives recommended that both the U S attorney general and state author ities with jurisdiction be asked to act against lawyers who are Reds The committee is headed by Herbert R OConnor former Dem ocratic senator from Maryland The committees resolution will be acted upon later in the week POSSIBLY said Tuesday the headless body of a man recovered from Lake Michi gan at Hammond III generally the description of Illinois State Rep Clem Graver missing since June 11 Police the head of the corpse had keen chopped off and that the flesh apparently had been from hands and feet Adlai Hints He May Seek Nomination CHICAGO E Stev enson retired from the spotlight for a few weeks Tuesday after making the claim that although the Demo crats lost the national election last year we carried every countn overseas from Korea to Britain1 Stevenson also gave the most solid hint in months that he would seek the 1956 Democratic presiden t i a 1 nomination when he said he might be enthu siastic S oppo sition to his can didacy appears Stevenson re turned to his farm home at Libertyville 111 near here Tues STEVENSON day to rest and prepare for a big twoday Demo iratic Party rally and forum Sept 1415 Monday he attended a cocktail party with party workers and civic leaders to celebrate the prepara ions for the September meeting and spoke briefly The defeated candi date said that the Democrats give every evidence of vitality in the forward view of our party While our party may have lost the election here he said we Carried every country overseas Tom Korea to Britain Stevenson who just finished sixmonths globegirdling tour did lot explain the remark but he evi dently meant that he believed Democratic policies were in greater favor wjth leaders of the free world Stevenson has been reluctant to criticize his old adversary Presi dent Eisenhower since the elea lion particularly on foreign issues On his return from Europe last week the former Illinois governor was reluctant to discuss the possi ility that he would carry his par tys banner again and told news men I dont know when asked if he would seek the nomination After the party Monday night however he was asked if he would ight for the nomination if other Democratic Party leaders tried to capture it I dont know he said I might be enthusiastic I cant tell at this ime New Arrests Over Revolt by Germans KEPT FROM FAMILlESReturning Korean Veterans march singlefile from transports at the Alameda Calif Naval Air Station to waiting Camp Stoneman ferryboat while families were kept some distance away by elbow toelbow Marine guard Lower photo shows how the crowd broke through the line Navy Gives Apology for Ship Incident ALAMEDA Calif UP The Navy apologized Tuesday for a dockside incident in which Marine guards pulled an Army wife from the arms of her husband and pre vented angry families from greet ing homecoming Korean veterans The relatives hooted and scuffled with the husky Marine military policemen Monday until the Navy finally allowed them to meet the returning troops but not before one shipload ot men was hustled off the clock before the eyes of disappointed parents wives and sweethearts Cmdr Robert Farringlon execu tive officer at Alameda Naval Air Station on San Francisco Bay said there certainly was no in tent on the Navys part to keep re turning veterans and their families apart The Army likewise denied any such intention Farringlon prom ised the incident will be investi gated The crowd had gathered Monday to await arrival of the Navy transports Henrico with 1037 sol diers the Lenawcc with 3303 Army men and the Begor with 75 The relatives had come from all parts of the country AP Wlieiihoto T Pyun of OBJECTS TO Minister Y ijuil W1 South Korea prepares to make nn address before tlio UN 60nation political Committee at United Nations N Y in which lie accused India of appeasing and trafficking with the Communist aggressors He hinted nt a Korean boycott Red Cross Tells of Red Restrictions Could See Only Few Prisoners MUNSAN Korea Red Uross officials returned Tuesday rom three weeks in Com munis North Korea and said they were illowed to talk only to handpicked UN prisoners of the watchful eyes of the Reds The chief of the 30man Red Jross team It M Jerram of lormvall England summed it up The general frustration of the vhole thing was a result of an aggregate of restrictions delays and petty arguments Asks About Dean Jcrram said he questioned the leds about Maj Gen William Dean commander of the US 24th W A wave of new connection with Ger BERLIN arrests in manys June 11 revolt was report ed Tuesday as the Communists announced an alleged leader of the uprising had been sentenced to life mprisonment The West Berlin Radio said Com munist zone security police had arrested 64 persons suspected of aking part in the revolt They vere bagged in three steel plants and an artificial rubber plant A few hours earlier the German Communist ADN news agency an nounced that Gerhard Roemer 26 lad been sent to jail for life as a eader of the rebellion According to ADN Roemer burst nto Magdeburg jail brandishing a rifle demanded the freeing of ali prisoners and later threatened Rus ian tanks moving into his factory vith his rifle SAME means I riffle In 2i More POWs PANMUNJOM 136 Americans and 264 other UN prisoners of war streamed back to freedom Tuesday but the Reds said 400 of the POWs still in stockades may not come back because they have chosen Com munist rule Many Americans repatriated earlier have told of some fellow captives who have elected to re main behind either because they had turned informer and feared retaliation or had swallowed Communist propaganda Division who was captured in the early days of the war but got no where I made three indirect inquiries with no result and one direcL in quiry with the same result he said For a military escort She work ers bad a lot of nasty little thugs with submachineguns Terram said Released prisoners have said Ihe Reds chose only prisoners who went along with the Reds or at least purported speak to the Red Cross Jerram said the prisoners inter viewed spoke in the presence of Chinese interpreters Food Adequate Those interviewed said the food was adequate and that they ate as good as their captors Released prisoners have told quite a differ ent story Jerram said the equal number of Communist Red Cross workers went two camps of nonKorean prisoners and talked to representatives of two others They visited Camps 1 and 3 most of whose prisoners have been re patriated They talked to men of Nos 2 and 4 No 2 holds about 470 officers and No 4 GOO enlisted men WANTS MORE ARMYSgt Albert Howard Nashvilles first waiprisoner reenlisted Tuesday Mrs Howard gives her husband a pood luck kiss a V er administers the oath Sgt Howard said he had six davs of civilian life since his release and that was enough An Editorial Courthouse Issue Still Unsolved Voters Rejected One Plan They Should Vote on Another E one thing certain about the Monday vote on a bond issue for the expansion of the present Cerro Gordo County Courthouse is that it did not generate any enthusiasm This was reflected not alone in the 46 per cent of favorable voles with GO per cent needed to validate a bond issue under Iowa law but in the fact that only one out of five who voted in the last presidential election went to the polls Monday It would be easy to scold the community for its notable lack of interest in a proposal which in volved the safety of invaluable public records as well as an addition to the existent property tax levy But that gets us nowhere It doesnt come to grips with the problem of why voters stayed away from the polls in such droves or why the relative ly few who showed up took a dim view of the proposition presented lo them QNE possibility of course is that the people of Cerro Gordo County havent been effectively alerted to the hazard present every hour of every day so far as those precious records are concerned If thats true this newspaper would have to ac cept a certain measure of blame for having fallen down on its first responsibility that of keeping the public informed about matters of vital concern to its welfare Still another possibility is that a great many residents of Cerro Gordo County just werent sold on spending more than half a million dollars on what really was a remodeled bviilding Practically all of the opposition to the proposal which has made itself manifest to us has been of this nature If this explanation oE what happened at the polls Monday is valid it cannot be said that the ways to remedy the present intolerable situation have been exhausted The people of Cerro Gordo County have not been given an opportunity to Vole on a wholly new Court house which without being the marble palace once proposed could be worthy of a county pos sessed of a pride in itself and a confidence in its future CjOME fifteen years ago when the Federal Govern men was supposed to pick up part of the check our people gave approval by resounding majority to a building ot somewhat ornate character But the approval came too late The federal funds had been withdrawn The point of view which prevailed in that earlier lest might well express itself now in a structure of less heroic proportions and design one which while being attractive to the eye would be built primarily for its If in the weeks ahead there is evidence lhat a substantial proportion of the people of Cerro Gordo County desire such a course of action we are con fident that the Board of Supervisors would make possible another expression of opinion The findings of the Grand Jury that the Court house lacks adequate storage facilities for public records and there are no fireproof storage facili ties provided in the building still stands A solu tion of the problem is still to be found We arc confident the voters will support a plan which they believe is the best solution What we are suggesting is a test on an all new Courthouse that will at least meet the minimum needs of the community present and future Mqson City Wth inW Priority List Mason City in 37th oC 217 cilic listed by the Federal Conimunica lion Commission in the order o heir priority for television appl nations The list was released bythe FC n connection with announce men f the new priority system fo landling competing application for new television stations The priorities apply io pcndin tontesls for which no hearing lave been held or arc schcdulcc The FCC will continue howevci lo give first call to uncontcslcd ipplicalions and will handle them n the order of filing Two Groups Under the new system put int iffect Monday competing applica ions arc broken down into twc communities that have no television station on thoair ant or those with one or more oper ting stations The FCC will handle applica ions in the two groups alternately Each list is arranged in order o lopulalion with the largest cities aving the highest priorities Ii he second group however al itics with one station on the air lave priority over those with two pcrating stations andthose iiore than two stations have a stil ower priority Under the alternate system the CC will handle applications for he top city in Grovip A then switch o the top city in Group B and then Iternate back and forth between ic two groups No Television Top priority in Group A for itics with no TV station on the air vent to Des Moines Waterloo was 4th and Mason City 48th in this St A complication arises however rom the fact that the FCC said ontestants who have already re eivcd written notices that their pplicalions will be heard will omc up ahead of priority list ities which havent been given a earing date notice Thus some cases well down the riority list will come up ahead of icir numerical order because otices already have been sent Additionally however the FCC eft the door open to any further evision in hearing schedules it may wish to make It said hear ngs would be held in the order in hearing notices were sent ut except as otherwise deter mined by the commission Re isions in priority arc to be made very two months Soys U S France in Exchange Trying to Bar Them in Parley UNITED NATIONS charged the United Stales Tuesday with making a deal with France on the Moroccan question in a nevv attempt to exclude India from the forthcoming Korean peace con ference An Indian spokesman made the statement shortly after the US announced it will oppose an Asian Arab demand for consideration he Moroccan situation by the UN Security Council Now Will Abstain The Indian said Franco now will abstain on the Korean vote instead of supporting India and he predict ed that several other western European countries that has been counted on to support India will also abstain now India is a lending member oC Ihe AsianArab group which is Crossing for a Security Council de bate on the bitter issue French ulminislrution oC Morocco The American delegation 10 explanation as to why it would rast a negative vote this time in itcading abstaining Earlier In the Korean debate it self Now Zealands Leslie Knox rtunro called on the UN to ignore South Koreas threatened boycott1 and recommended tho inclusion ndia in the peace conference Munro addressed the General assemblys GO nation Political Committees us marc countries UnecJ India Soutti Ko TForolgh Y T Tyun said M o n d a y his government would find it impossible to sit in the conference with India unless In dia was sonted wtth tho Commu nists Canf Munro said be could not be Hcve the government of Korea would jeopardize tho conference on the ground of Indian participa tion Tf it docs he said it would its country For the General Assembly to decide its course on the implica tions of the Korean statement Munro said would mean it has abdicated its independence Among those lining up behind Britain and her Commonwealth partners for tho inclusion of India were IraqEthionosa Mexico and Syriac The Communist bloc also favors India UN Secretary General Dag received a cable from Cliou Enlai Red Chinas premier and foreign minister ad vocating the inclusion of some non bclligcrcnts in the peace confer ence and recommending that the parley make its first order of bus ness the withdrawn of all foreign roops from Korea Same Statement appeared to bo the This same statement that the Peiping Radio broadcast Monday At the request of Chou the secretary general or Icred it circulated to nil mem bers of he Pyun and Col Ben Limb South Corcas permanent observer ab he UN declared Monday night The Republic of Korea finds id mpossible to collaborate with In dia on the same side RURAL INVENTORS DBS MOINES inven ors with devices ranging from a new kind of jar tightener to a means of making tractor operation afcr have entered 30 examples in he Farm Gadget Show at the owa Slate Fair which opens Sat rday rAII About The Weather Kason City Partly cloudy through Wednesday sunny and warm owa Mostly Wednesday Minnesota Widely scattered show ers andlhundersforms GlobeGazette weather data up fo a m Tuesday 88 62 73 Maximum Minimum At 8 a m Precipitation EAR AGO Maximum Minimum 50 ;

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