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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 29, 1953, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 1OWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LIX Associated Press and United Press Kull Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY AUGUST 29 1953 Tills Paper of Two Ona No 277 Commies Promise to Return All PWs McCarthy Jells Print Office Gambling Conductors Strike Could Be Delayed Labor Act May Postpone Walkout CEDAR RAPIDS Order of Railway Conductors has an nounced it will begin a strike on some railroads at U a m Local Standard Time Sept 10 but if the mediation clause of the Railway Labor Act is invoked any walkout would be delayed for CO days The strike action was announced in Chicago Friday by an aide of R O Hughes ORC president and confirmed by an ORC spokesman here The local spokesman said Satur day either side can call for medi ation and one side or the other usually does If this occurs no Tension Eases WASHINGTON Tension eased Saturday in Washington Maryland and West Virginia as telephone workers ended a one day walkout but some 60000 Bell System employes in the midwest and southwest remained on strike The Southwestern Bell Tele phone Co and its striking work ers in Missouri were admon ished by Gov Phil M Donnelly to get together at once to end what he called situation AP Wlrephoto KILLER IS Snakes Ryan left was shot to death by a New York policeman as he was fleeing an apartment building inwhich Thomas F Lewis a labor leader was fatally shot a few minutes earlier Have Government Contract former Hemp Plant Is Leased to Metal Firm Leasing of the formerhemp plant by E M Duesenberg to the Corn States Metal Fabricators Des Moines was an nounced Saturday by the Mason City Chamber of Com merce The firm has a plant and offices in Des Moines but leas ing of the factory at Emery is its first expansion move and walkout would occur until Novem ber and then only if settlement is not reached through mediation The union represents 35000 con union represents 35000 conductors on 90 per cent of the nations rail aide ways said the strike was concerned with rates of pay Conductors he said have lost their relative position in the pay rate structure The conductor now finds him self below the fireman who is sub ordinate to him Paddock said The conductors are seeking a graduated rate of pay This means was brought about by of a large government con tract for healing and ventilating ducts In addition to being general sheet metal contractors the company manufactures and installs belt anc augur conveyors bucket elevators ft r industrial grain elevators chutes bins spouts and hoppers and other mechanical handling equipmentfor industries Work has just been completed by the Corn States Metal Fabri cators on equipment in the Allied Mills and North Iowa Cooperative Processing Company plants at Ma son City Probe Into GPO Takes New Twist WASHINGTON head of the Government Printing Office testified Saturday 15 employes al leged to have Communist connec tions have been shifted to jobs where they have no access to se cret material Public Printer Raymond C Blat tenberger made the disclosure at a public hearing of the Senates permanent investigations subcom mittee which is looking into charges that Redtinged GPO em ployes may have leaked secret data He said they have been trans ferred to the Library of Congress and will stay there until decision is made whether they should be dis charged Gambling Ring Chairman McCarthy charged earlier that an organized gambling ring is operating in the big government printing plant This McCarthy said poses a very grave threat to the national securi ty In a surprise development the Wisconsin senator called GPO printer Carl J Lundmark who smilingly declined to say whether he made last year from taking horse race bets at the plant Tightlipped and plainly taken aback by the gambling develop ment Blattenberger announced he vill suspend immediately any em AP Wliophuto BROKEN minute 6yearold Michael Kennedy of Cedar Rnpids was riding this bicycle along a street a minute later the bike was broken and the child dead alter acollision with a car Motorists were urged Saturday to drive especially careful now that schools arereopening Navy Wont Show Army Life Film loye who like Lundmark refuses o testify on the ground his ans wers might incriminate him The public printers statement ouched off a round of applause from the audience of more than 200 Communist has been in vestigating charges that some cm DES MOINES m Each child who rides a bicycle to school and every motorist who travels in school zones should take time now to rcstudytraffic safely rules the State Department of Public In struction said Saturday Now that theschools are re opening it is necessary that every body be on the alert again said Department Commissioner Pearl W must at least do as well as we did before the school vacation started Children should review those safetyrules taught in the schools and in the homes We always talk of the responsibilities of motorists but bike riders have an equal re sponsibility Motorists should remember that children have had time to forget their bike safety rules Drivers should be ever on the lookout for the little folks on the streets on the highways and at play McMurry pointed out that while bike rider fatalities have not been great each additional one makes a large increase percentagewise for that classificationof traffic fa talities Workers Rebuild Tornado WrecJcog FLINT Mich cla ter of a thousand ant the ripping of a thousand saws signalled start Saturday of the worlds biggest building bee to replace In 48 hours what a tornado took minutes to destroy last June 8 More than 5000 risked bruised thumbs and blis ters fn the ruins that the bigger the engine on a train the more the conductors pay would be Engineers and firemen already have such a graduated rate based on the power of loco motives Letters outlining strike procedure were sent by Hughes to local chair men of the union The building at Emery is to be used for the time being for hand ling the large government contract said Carl Berglund vice president and general manager The firm intends however to continue to operate here for future contracts and general sheet metal work in North Iowa and Southern Minne sota Police Search for Vacation Thieves DES search for Des Moines vacation thieves continued Saturday The burglars have broken into three west side homes since last Saturday taking loot valued at at one of the homes Det Chief Robert E OBrien said the homes burglarized were those of Hugh E Curtis from which the loot was tak en Donald O Ross and Roger F Williams Two or three supervisory person nel will be brought to Mason City from Des Moines he said but from 30 to 40 workers will be hired lo cally It is hoped to begin production about the fourth week in Septem ber he said but installation of equipment and preparation of the plant will start in about a week The lease was signed Saturday by Berglund and Duescnberg a Clear Lake construction contrac tor who purchased the factory from the government after World War II WASHINGTON UP Showing of the movie hit From Here To Eternity has been banned throughout the Navy because it is extremely critical of Army life A spokesman revealed Navy offi cials ruled against the film after deciding it unfairly implied that most soldiers spend their spare time drinking and that officers and noncoms are sadists It was considered derogatory of a sister service and a discredit to the armed services he said and was rejected for use on all naval ships and shore stations Paradoxically the Army is showing the movie at its bases even though a Pentagon official said he was shocked at the des cription of military life Investigate Joe WASHINGTON Jus tice Department pursued in vestigation of Sen Joseph R McCarthys finances Saturday but dropped an inquiry into his charges of a diplomatic shakedown Attorney General Herbert Browned Jr said the statute of limitations barred any legal ac tion on McCarthys charge that some State Department em ployes shook down a friendly foreign power during the Tru man administration Tanks Subdue Bull CAMP DRUM N Y angry bull routed a squad of reserve infantrymen found himself overpowered when the tanks moved in The foot soldiers crossing a pasture on a reconnaissance problem scattered when they saw him charge The squad leader set up his command post in a tree and called for reinforcements over a walkietalkie radio Three tanks rumbled in Mechanized warfare was too much for the bull He took cover in a was unable to get out An ordnance wrecking track hauled him up Then the truck tanks and infantrymen staged a strategic withdrawal The men all from Brooklyn and Long Island points arc on two weeks of summer maneuvers at this northern New York camp This official said the Army was more or less stuck with the film after helping Hollywood make it It had cooperated in the produc tion hesaid in the hope of soft ening possible criticism of the Army The movie was adapted from James Jones novel of the same name It deals with life in the peacetime Army in the Hawaiian islands But after viewing the finished product the official said the Army refused even to let its name be used in the credits at the begin ning of the film SAME ployes of the printing office are Communists and may have carried off confidential documents McCarthy sitting as a oneman subcommittee headed off on a dif ferent track Saturday however contending that gambling in the GPO could cause employers to get so deeply into debt that they might be easy prey for foreign agents The change sidetracked for a time the scheduled appearance as a witness ot Philip L Cole deputy public printer and GPO security officer The Wisconsin senator has been contending that the GPO failed to fire several employes after receiv ing reports from the FBI iden tifying them as Reds He has called the security setup at the governments big printing plant fantastic and said his subcom mittee has obtained testimony inder oath that a person identified as a Red had access in the GPO o secret material having to do vith the Abomb and the Hbomb Cole told a news conference last week he believes there has been no leakage of secrets from the printing office and nothing lax about the handling of loyalty cases G 28 First 53 Polio Death Cecil U Goudroau 28 salesman who lived at 1024 First S died at the University Hospital lown City at p in Friday from polio His was the first death from he disease in Ccrro Gordo County this year Another North lowan Gerry Demo Squabble Aids Gillette Wlreplioto THERE SHE ot thenorth wall of the Cen tralBlock building in Pueblo Colo is shown fallingduring a million dollar fire in the business district Italy Warns Yugoslavia on Annexing Part of Trieste ROME Italian government has warned there will be serious repercussions if Yugoslavia should carry out its CHICAGO WVThe main jpb of directing plans for the Democratic fund raising dinner in Chicago on Sept 14 has been taken over by Stephen A Mitchell the partys national chairman Mitchell took charge of arrange ments for the dinner after John J Kelly a Chicago at torney quit Friday as chairman He said his ideas conflicted with those of Mitchell But it appeared that Sen Guy Gillette Cherokee Iowa Democrat had a central role the rift Pnrty leaders said Kellys rcsig nation could not be termed a party rift but rathera personal matter Kelly reportedly was miffed be cause he was not named toast master at the dinner at which it is hoped to raise to pay off national committee debts Mitchell earlier had announced that Senator Gillette of Iowa would be toastmaster In Des Moines it was learned that Mitchell named Gillette as toastmaster after Iowa Democratic Chairman Jake More suggested that Gillette be given a prominent part in the proceedings Gillette comes up for reelection next year and More said he felt the Chicago dinner would be helpful to the sen ator More said the Chicago dinner would prove a big help to Senator Gillette because it will give many lowans a chance to see him on television We want to keep this Senate seat in the Democratic column More added What do they think this is just a Chicago dinner It will prove helpful to Gillette for lowans to hear that the city slickers dont want him as loastmastcr He said headlines making it look as if carloads of secrets were getting out of GPO were far fetched And he said he would think a statement that top atom and hy drogen bomb secrets have been available to Communists at GPO would be as far from the truth as it is possible to make threat to annex a part of Trieste Observers said a dispatch by the semiofficial Yugoslav news agency Yugopress Friday morning reporting the Kel grade government was con sidering annexation of Zone B of Trieste was a bombshell to Italy At the same time the first ser ious rift has appeared between Yugoslavia and Greece since they withTurkey signed atreaty ot friendship and military collabora tion last February Yugaprcss charged Greece was trying to dc stroy its Nacedonian minority and prevent the return of several thou sand refugees of the Greek civi war from Yugoslavia The agency published adetailed study of a new Greek law con fiscating deserted properly and re the frontier areas denuded He placed sixth in he prclimiby the civil war and thenight of narjCSi most of its inhabitants KGLO Representative Wins at Fair DES Huffstettler of Nora Springs representing ra dio station KGLO in Mason City won Saturday morning in the Iowa State Fair radio talent hunt The Weather Schragc 13 of Greene died of polio at Iowa City Friday night He was the son of Earl Schrage and had been admitted Aug 20 Mr Goudrcau was taken to Iowa City Aug 18 Six cases including his which was the fifth have been reported so far in 53 to A J Thomson secretary of tho Ccrro Gordo County Chapter of the Na tional Foundation for Infantile Paralysis Light Cases There have been several other light cases in the county Mr Goudrcau was born May 2 1Q25 in Mason City In 1029 he moved with his family to Arling ton where they lived 8 years be fore returning to Mason City in 1937 He lived in Mason City until his enlistment in tho U S Army in 1045 from which he rcceivcdhis honorable discharge in 1947 Since that time he has been operating the Superior Furnace Company Mr Goudreau was a member of the St James Lutheran Church the Amvcts the American Legion and the Moose Lodge Survivors Surviving arc his wife Vivian E Goudreau Mason City a son Jack daughter Jane Ann moth er Mrs R a y m o n d Zclmn Goudrcau and sister Mrs Robert Georgia Hutzcll all of Mason City He was preceded in death by his father Raymond Goudrcau in 1952 Funeral services will be held at the St Tames Lutheran Church at 2 pm Monday with the Rev Eric About 20 to Refuse Freedom Reds Reply to U N Questions I PANMUNJfOM OT The Commu nists saiil Saturday they would re rn all Allied prisoners wanting cpnlriation including all those the cds sentenced to jail for offen ce allegedly committed during nplivily The lleds nlso told he joinb risoner of War Repatriation Com mission that more than 300 Ko onns and more than 20 rionKo eans arc refusing to be repatri led The Reds continued Owing to tho fact Uint the opcr tion of repatriation is still going n oiuside shall continue to per unde them to be repatriated Changas tn Number Therefore there still will be changes in this number At the Port of Inchon a repatri ated Brooklyn N Y man Pfc John J McNeill said ho had been told that 22 Americans and one British soldier wero among those cither refusing or reluctant to be released McNeill said he understood that Ihc 23 arc expected soon at Kae song Red assembly point near Pnnmunjom to be turned over to tho neutral nations Repatriation Commission This is the group or ganized to handle the machinery of deciding custody of siich men The Red promise to repatriate all prisoners asking to be returned was in reply to a question from United Nations officials on that point Numerous prisoners had been sentenced at tho tlriic of the truce signing to prison for such alleged crimesas Instigating against the peace and waging germ war fare At the Reds insisted their terms before being freed In Haply But 3n reply to UN questions the Reds told the Our side will repatriate all thoPOWs who Insist on repatria tion The repatriation of of war who Insist on repatriation is now approaching tho end All the POWs under our custody who insist on repatriation will be returned to your side by tho time the rcpatriar tlon operation concludes Tough American sergeants who were separated from their men in North Korean prison camps be cause of their outspoken resistance to Communism began coming home Saturday Among the M5 Americans freed Saturday at Panmunjom were 36 noncommissioned officers from the sergeants compound at Camp 3 Chongsong North Korea M Sgt James C Goelzer 37 ot New Albany Ind who was cap tured six days after US ground troops went into action in Korea in July J950 said As long as the sergeants were allowed to stay with their men the Communists hud no success preaching their propaganda Two Australians Two Australian officers three Turks and 250 South Koreans also were returned One Australian a Mustang pilot was the first Aus Mason City Fair hot and windy Iowa Generally fair continuing hot and windy Minnesota Partly cloudy with scattered Ihundcrshowcrs GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Saturday Maximum Minimum At 8 am YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum Bicdcrmann officiating Inter ment will be at Memorial Park Cemetery Friends may call at the McAulcy and Son Chapel from Saturday evening until I pm Monday no 03 75 81 GO BULLETIN WASHINGTON Rintta again Saturday bid by powari to hold a nwtlng to con clusion of an Auifrian trtaty sastlon had for London Monday tralian airman captured The Allies returned 2400 North Koreans The Reds promised to return 110 more Americans Sunday as well as 250 South Koreans 25 British 4 Turks 5 Filipinos 3 French and 3 South Africans a total of 400 men Returning prisoners said almost all the American captives except sergeants from Camp special sergeants camp and officers from Camp 2 have been repatri ated They said the Camp 4 sergeants and the officers were waiting at Kaesong last stop on the way to freedom The men who carro back Sat urday said they had not seen the Americans who were taken from their camps in the last week the war and sentenced to prison terms for alleged crimes against the Communists Americans who returned earlier said 45 of these men were in Kae song awaiting repatriation but that there were others still at Camp 5 on the Yahl River No one has seen Maj Gen liam Dean along the routd to free dom The commander ot the US 24th Division was captured in July 1950 I   

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