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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 9, 1953, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10WANSNEICHBO HOME EDITION R 5 VOL LIX Associated Preis and United Press Full Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 9 1953 This Iajwr Consists of Two One No 2M UN Demands ROW Returnor Else Truce Appears to Be Over GOP Demos in Verbal Warfare WASHINGTON ifI Republicans snapped back Wednesday at Demo cratic criticisms of foreign policy and at former President Trumans advice to his party members to quit supporting Eisenhower ad ministration programs Sen Rlll said Tru mans Labor Day assertionin De troit that the time Jias come when the Democrats should really go after that outfit down there in Washington and get em repre sented an entirely political re action Reject Rita Alys Offer of Million Dollars Wont Have Child Raised a Moslem LAS VEGAS Nev UP Film Rita Hayworth Wednesday angrily spurned a one million dol lar divorce settlement with Prince Aly Khan that would have show ered their threeyearold daughter the regal luxury of a Moslem princess AH the money in the world cant buy my childs right to be reared as an American the sul try redhaired actress told the United Press early Wednesday Bartley Crum the screen stars attorney Wednesday in Paris that Aly heir to one of the worlds great fortunes would set up a one million dollar trust fund for the couples only child Yas min and that the girl would be reared in the Moslem faith Free to Wed The also leave Miss Hayworth free to wed crooner Dick Haymes who faces deporta tion for illegally reentering this country after a romantic vacation with her in Hawaii Miss Hayworth here to visit Haymes said she had not received word from Crum about the settle ment Million dollars or not Yasmin is now being reared as a normal American child and will continue to be and all the money in the world cant buy that right from us she declared The sultry star said she never had made any such agreement with any lawyers for Aly and had no idea how they ever could imagine that she would give up her childs chance to live in Amer ica Vehement Miss Hayworth said she wanted j man nuvmg u viu United States and repeated vehesuch as newspapers mently She will be reared as an Amer ican and not as aMoslem is a settlement or not It is a patent indication that the exPresident from Missouri is far more interested in his partys success in November 1954 than he is inthe welfare of the country Dirksen declared It is in sharp contrast to the public service be ing rendered by an9thcr exPresi dent Herbert Hoover In interviewSen Me Carthy struck back at a statement by former Gov Adlai E Stevenson of Illinois that book burning McCarthyism and insist ence upon conformity iii thought Ike Has Three Weeks to Name Vinson Replacement on U S Supreme Court WASHINGTON Eisenhower has only little over three weeks to name a successor to the late Chief Justice Vinson if he wishes the appointee to be on the job at the time the Supreme Court opensits new term That time is noon on Monday Oct datefixed by law for termopening formalities Vinson was arrangingde tails before he was stricken with a fatal heart attack early Tuesday He was 63 Since Congress is in ad journment Eisenhower is expected to fill the vacancy by recess ap pointment subject to later confir mation by the Senate BUckWoukT Preside If Eisenhower has not chosen a WirephoCo CONTRACT O K A Y E D The pretty smile on Myrna Hansens face is there because a judge Wednesday approved her con tract with UniversalInternational movie studio Myrna represented the United States in the Miss Universe beauty contest Try Faster Mail Travel WASHINGTON WrThe ordinary letter handled over the years by pony overland coach tram and ruck will soon be flying between some large cities in a major ex periment with speedier service Pbstmaster General Summer field announced to a news con ference Tuesday that he has made arrangements to inaugurate the test surface firstclass mairbelween New York and Chi cago and between Chicago and The items which he proposes to Pr1rn put into the air would include the earai standard 3cent letter the 2 cent 1C alc postcard and other preferential jJVJOluai clIJU ULllvX pj VllJl tIJVlal vVA T live with her in the having a vital time Value were announced there was no nrid rpnoafpn vnho L FUNERAL RITES LOS ANGELES u n e r a 1 The actress saidshe would stand services were held here Wednes i vi 11 I by that statement whether there day for George Washington Bird who named Vinson chief justice in cnf otvi fin J jn 99 former Des Moines architect are damaging American prestige abroad Hi s statements conclusively prove the wisdom of the American people when they rejected his bid for the presidency last Mc Carthy said Stevenson the 1952 Democratic presidential nominee said in an with Newsweek maga zine that the United States needs a clearer and more consistent policy in foreign affairs Our allies are bewildered when we warn them of the Communist menace one day and slash our defense budget the next and when it appears that our trade not aid policy will deny them both trade and aid he said Stevenson also complained thai Democratic participation in foreign policy affairs had been utterly obliterated by the Republicans Chairman Wiley RWis of the Senate Foreign Relations Commit tee said Stevensons criticisms of present foreign polices sound like politics to me new chief justice by Oct 5 Asso ciate Justice Black will preside until Vinsons successor is named Black takes on this task as senior udge in point of service Speculation o v e r Eisenhowers choice centered on the name o Earl Warren Californias Republi can governor For some months Warren has been reported headed for a Supreme Court seat when the Eisenhower administration had the duty of filling its first vacancy Warrens term as governor how ever runs through next year he have io resign to accept an appointment to the high bench now Other Republicans whose names figured in court peculation were Gov Thomas E Bewey of New York Chief Justice Arthur V Van derbilt of New Jersey Supreme Court and1 Judge John J Parker of Charlotte NC presiding judge of the 4th US Circuit Court Honorary Pallbearers Vinsons former colleagues on the court act as honorary pallbearers at day at Washington Episcopal Calh Bishop Angus Dun Avillof While no definite travel plans doubt that Eisenhower would come to Washington from his Denver vacation headquarters for the fu ijerai Former President Truman 1946 also planned to attend MISS IOWA Ver Hocf Miss Iowa third from poses other finalists in the annual Miss America pageant at Atlantic City N J Other contest ants shown left to right are Laura Jane Holmes Judith Lee Jacobson Emily Rucker Helen Joyce Reed Diane Louise Hann Jane Bostic ami Susanne Bugger Top Officials Must Act in Army Fight WASHINGTON UP Sen McCar ly holding a no white wash pledge from Secretary o the Army Robert T Steyensilef to the administration Wednesday the next move in his searjch foi Communist infiltration among the Armys civilian workers The Army has refused severa times to give McCarthys Senate investigations subcommittee the names of those who granted secur ity clearances to three civilian workers the senator contends have ies o coismunism The refusals were based on an jxeculive order former President Truman issued in 1948 forbidding government agencies to give out details on handling of security cases without White House per mission President Eisenhower has allowed the order to stand A daylong series of public and private hearings meetings and conferences by subcommittee T u e s d a y was narked by 1 Stevens public promise to de cide with no blackout no white vash whether to comply with Mc Carthys demand that he name the Army personnel who cleared the hree workers for jobs 2 declaration that ic will appeal to Eisenhower if Stevens doesnt supply the names commented that 1 cant conceive how a president elected on a cleanup program who made promises from coast to coast o clean up crime and perversion can 3 A new policy statement by Stevens that it should be grounds for dismissal for any Army cm loye to refuse to tell whether he s a Communist 4 A declaration by McCarthy hat a not overly bright former employe of the Munitions Board had testified behind closed doors Tuesday that a reporter for col umnist Drew Pearson subjected him to blackmailing tactics to jet access to militarysecrets in ormation Pearson issued a state ment denying that he or his staff engaged in blackmail to get news and said McCarthys statements soOnd like his continued vendetta against me WINDOW SHOT OUT IN TUNNEL BATTLENew York City ballistic experts exam a cac used by two holdup suspects in awiki dash through the Lincoln tunnel under the Hudson River Officers spotted the car as it entered the timnel and commandeered a truck lhe suspects opened fire and the policemen who were riding on the board blasted the cai Like Corn Improvement See Hybrid Vegetables tor Huge Production MADISON Wis which revolutionized lorn production may soon be extended to various other vegetables promising higher yields and quality a University of Wisconsin horticulturist reported Wednesday Dr W H Gabelman told the annual convention of the American of Biological Sciences that prospects oniona beetsrcarfots celery Pole Flees Red Truce Inspectors Given Asylum by Americans PANMUNJOM UP The UN Command Wednesdayaccused tha Communists of holding back 3404 Allied war captives 944 Americans and demanded a prompt accounting for all of them else We now demand that you return these neople to us or account to us for each of these individuals the chief Allied delegateto tha Korean Armistice Commission told the Communists We demand prompt action added Maj Gen Blackshear M Bryan I urned over a carefully document cd list to the Reds at a 1 hourand 26 minute meeting of the commis sion Doesnt Later he told newsmen the Reds must give an accounting or else He did not amplify He said the list of missing pris oners includes only the names of people who spoke or were referred to over Communist radio broad casts were listed by theCReds as aptivcs wrote letters fromUorth Korean camps or were in stockades Capl Harold Fischer double jet ace from SweaCity lais one of those believed held by the0001 AP WIrcphpLo MeJcalf one of the suspects captured in the Lincoln tunnel escapade is marched from a New York hos pital suffered head wound in the shooting Algona Man Sues Police OMAHA UP Three Omaha policemen are being sued by an Algona Iowa man for alleged alse arrest and assault Bernard Arthur Frankl filed a lamage suit in district court Tues day against Capt Peter J Mc Guire Patrolman Robert J John son and Patrolman Robert A Kaiser Frankl charged that he was ar rested without reasonable cause and chargedwith drunkenness and disturbing the peace on July 22 He yas acquitted in a municipal court hearing the following day Frankl is asking from each of the defendants He claimed his credit and business reputation were damaged by the Alleged false arrest Another is asked by Frankl for jostling and man handling while being forced into apolice car and swiss chard A hybrid is a plant devel oped from two vnrielle of the same vegetable Big Increases Hybridization has meant tre memfous increases in corn yield and quality Gabelman declared The difficulty in the case o other vegetables has been in find mj economical ways Io cross pollinate two different varieties of hese plants in order to produce hybrid seed With corn pickers merely lake he pollencontaining tassels off the slants that are to be saved for ecd Nearby plants of another orn variety furnish pollen to the pollensterile plants resulting in rocKiclion of hybrid seed The fol owing year hybrid corn is grown rpm such seed v No Detasselma But other crops dont lend them selves to this easy detasseling process Thus production of hy irids from them has necessitated lhe very tedious and uneconomical ask of removing all pollencarry ing parts from the seed plants Now said Gabelman horticul tural methods have been perfected which make it possible actually to produce plants which have sterile pollen thereby eliminating the need for removing the pollen He said though thatveven with this developmenthybridization would perhaps not be possible for certain vegetables like tomatoeeV Which seldom crosspollinate Fires on Commie Warship British Launch Casualties HONG KONG Chinese Communist warship fired on a British navy launch Wednesday off Hong Kong v and inflicted serious casualties Unofficial reports which could not be confirmed said six men were killed arid wounded Her Motor Launch No 1313 which normally carries a crew of H was attacked in the Pearl River estuary 1710ton British Destroyer Concord was sent to the scene to pick up casualties It returned to Hong Kong navy yard late Wednesday night and tfie casualties were taken away in waiting ambulances Soon after the first announce ment of thf at ta c k a United Press Taipeh dispatch reported a Chinese Nationalist warship fired oh the British destroyer St Brides Bay 1590 tons off the China coast last Friday night Cancer Kids Former Sen George Wilson Served as Governor of State 2 Terms DES MOINES Allison Vilson C9 whose long political ca ccr included twoterms as Iowa overnor and one as U S sonalor icd Tuesday night Death came at pm Cause C death was listed as a malignant umor of the recurrence of one for which under went operations in 1944 while a member oC the U S Senate His health had been precarious since the 1944 operations munists The Far East Command said the list would not be released here but in Washington Thereofficials said thelistmigty not beavailablefor two days S Comment Later The Communists said they re served the right to comment later then countered Iwith a de mand the return of 27000 North Koreans released from Allied camps last June on orders from South Koreas President Syngman Rhee Bryan dismissed the Red de naml saying It is self evident we are not forcibly holding these people Meantime a Polishmember of a neutral nations truce inspection team in South Korea fled from his Iron Curtain coun trymen and was given political WILSON Wilson a Re publican w a s elected gover About the Weather or ot Iowa ui 1038 defeating his Democratic opponent Nels G iraschcl by some 50000 voles Only two years earlier Kraschel had foiled Wilsons first bid for the governorship by the narrow margin of 2431votes Aftertwo consecutive terms as governor Wilson moved up Io lhe Senate After one term however he was defeated in his bid for re election in 1948 by Sen Guy M Mason City Mostly fair and mild Thursday Iowa Partly cloudy and not much change in temperature Thurs Minnesota Partly cloudy through Thursday Globe Gazette weather data up up 8 am Wednesday Maximum 75 Minimum 55 At 8 am 61 Precipitation 06 SAME BLACK IlAO MKAXS TBAKHO DKATH IN FAST 21 HOURS Gillette Party Regularity In the Senate Wilson had a rec ord of parly regularity on domes tic issues He was a member of the agriculture armed services and small business committees He voted in 1945 and 1948 for re newal of the reciprocal trade agreements He opposed peacetime selective service On Oct 4 1943 Wilson proposed that the President invite friendly nations io confer on promotion of permanent international peace This plan was described by Sen Morse of a Republi can but now an one of the forerunners of the Unit ed Nations FarmtoMarket Wilson was governor at a time when Iowa was beginning to re cover from the effects of the great depression of the 1930Si He inaugurated a farmlomarket road program and initiated tax legislation in behalf of rural elec tric cooperatives and holders of stored grain He alsoput through the Legislature tie first slate soil conservation enabling act Court Martiaf SEOUL Wl The Army an nounced Wednesday a U S en listed man had been charged with striking a Swedish mem ber of a neutral nations inspec tion team and would be tried by special court The Commu nists called it a shocking and infuriating incident The name and rank of the sol dier were not released nor was the name of the Swedish officer involved made public asylum by an American air base commander the US Army an nounced The Pole made his dramatic break as an airplane was warm ing up to take his inspection team back to North Korea Last Chance Its my last chance the Pola told American officers The Army identified the man as Jan Hajdukiewicz 28 a civilian interpreter with a neutral nations inspection team at Kangnung on Koreas east coast The Army said the Pole and other members of his team of Polish Czechs Swedes and Swiss had been at Kangnung since Aug 24 Hajclukicwicz was standing on the Kangnung airfield with other members of the truce team at am Wednesday as an air plane was warming up to take the team back toNorth Korea Afraid The Army said the Pole went to an American officer attached to the unit inspection team Maj ward Moran and said he was afraid to go back to Communist control and did not wish to return Its my last chance Moran quoted The he asked asylum because long standing opposi tion to Communism The Army said in line with dilional US policy of protecting and assisting political air base commander placed man under custody lion j K t fc
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