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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 22, 1953, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOVV A N S NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LIX Associated Press and United Press Full Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1953 Tills Paper Consists Two Onu No 297 Humphrey ures Taxes to Be Cut Civil Defense Stunt Alarms Illinois City Reported Soviet7 Flier Captured CHAMPAIGN 111 civil de fense exercise involving the Air Force and Illinois state police gave rise to false reports Tuesday that a Russian flyer had landed in cen tral Illinois The report carried over u na tional television network and broadcast overa Champaign radio stationbrought a flood of in quiries from newspapers in several parts of the nation The word spread quickly throughout ChampaignUrbana and the courthouse buzzed with ru mors The flyer actually was a mem ber of the Air Force Intelligence Service squadron at OHare Field near Chicago who was flown to Chanule Field at Rantoul 111 Monday night It was an exercise to test co ordination between the Air Force and state police Chanute personnel transported him by car to a quarter of a mile from the state police headquarters at Urbana 111 where as prear ranged he surrendered The flyer identified by police as a Witold Glinski of Chicago was garbed in an old type fur felt of ficers cap Air Force jump boots and winter type coveralls He wore an insignia bearing a hammer and sickle and carried a typewritten card reading I am a participant in an air defense Someone got panicky and the flyer ended up in theChampaign county jail i CHIEF RED be a wooSSffidffi have a heart says Chief Red Feather Give to the Com munity Chest Miss Mary Stebbins secretary of the chest puts a red feather in his cap as he startsthe 1953 campaign with a slogan contest defense bond has been donated as a prize to be presented at the Oct 12 kick off meeting for the campaign For complete details of contest see Mason City page Iowa High Court Upholds Fischer Boys Conviction DES MOINES Iowa Supreme Court Tuesday upheld the murder conviction oi Robert A Fischer 17 Jewell who killed his father and voiced its belief in the doctrine spare the rod and spoil the child The court voted 7 to 1 to liphold the seconddegree murder conviction The youth is serving a 10year term on a charge of shootinghis father to dfter an argument over rak ng the lawn Enters Bedroom The father Al W Fischer 42 liad sought to enter the youths jedroom to punish him Defense Attorney Lant Doran contended that District Judge John M Schaupp erred in telling the jury that a father has a right to punish his son The Supreme Court upheld Schaupp and said The doctrine spare the rod and spoil the child has been thought by many to be outmoded On the U S Rouncl in N Fight Over Korean Parley Soldier Puts Out Light DETROIT light that burned for three years in the win dow of a small frame house in suburban River Rouge was out Tues day Mrs Roy Koch put up the light as a beacon to guide home her son Roy Jr when he was wounded in Korea In a letter from a frontline hospital three years ago he asked her to put up the light and pray When 1 get home Ill put it out The light was placed in a small model church on a table by the window By the church she put a toy soldier labeled with her sons name Hearing of the display other mothers asked Mrs Koch to put toy soldiers in the window for their sons and pray for them Soon there were 45 figures in the window All but one of the boys the toy soldiers represented had returned safely by the time Roy got home Sunday night to put out the light Mrs Koch still is praying for Pfc Harry Worden a Marine from Winter Park Fla missing since October 1950 From Stalin Homeland Soviets Purge Another Top Commie Chieftain LONDON Premier of the Georgian Soviet Re of Joseph Stalin and ousted Red Police Boss Lavrenty P added Tuesday to the grow list of Soviet purge victims The first secretary of the republics Communist party also was fired The government radio in the Republics capital an that Premier B M Bakhradze had beenreplaced by Comrade D D Galalishvili and that Comrade Merkulava was dismissed as party secretary It was the second shakeup in the strategic Georgian Republic Summer Getting Chilly Farewell By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The summer season officially bowing out Wednesday morning was getting a chilly farewell Tues day in wide areas from the Rock ies to the Atlantic coast It was freezing or near freezing over sections of the Midwest to the Rockies The cool Canadian air dipped southward lo the Gulf of Mexico except in Florida and extreme southern Texas Below freezing readings were reported early Tuesday in parts of Wisconsin Minnesota Iowa and Illinois Temperatures were in the middle 40s and 50s in other parts of the cool beltwhile they were in the 60sfrpm the South west ward through Texas into the Rock ies and Far West Florida South ern Texas and the Far South west reported 70 degree readings in three months and a part of a con tinuing Kremlin purge of the sub ordinate Republic governments be gun after Berias arrest was an nounced last June The radio said Bakhradze was ousted by a decree of the Presidi um of the Supreme Soviet Legis lature of the Republic That the Kremlin apparently considered the change of great im portance was indicated by the broadcasts note that Comrade Shatalin secretary of theCentral Committee of the USSR Com munist Party took part in the work the Georgian plenary session at which the Premier was kicked out The broadcast said the work of the Council of Ministers which Bakhradze headed and of the par ty bureau headed by Merkulava had been unsatisfactory But Lodge in Surprise Statement UNITED NATIONS NY The United States Tuesday won the first round of its fight to keep the UN General Assembly from re opening debate on the inclusion of neulial countries in the Korean peace conference Chief US Delegate Henry Cabot Lodge Jr however said in a sur prise statement that the represen tatives of the UN and the Com munists at the conference might decide themselves whether they want to invite any nonbelligerents View of Urgency Lodge also offered in view of the urgency of the send a United States representa tive to Geneva Honolulu or San Francisco to discuss arrangements with a representative of the Com munists Soviet Delegate Andrei Y Vi shinsky promptly turneddown the US proposals as a chess move After hearing this the Assem blys 15mcmber Steering Commit tee voted to reject a Soviet propo sal tliat the Korean conference be put on the agenda as a separate item The vote was 2 in favor 11 against and 1 abstaining Only Russia and Poland voted for inclu sion of the item India sitting in the chair did not vote Yugoslavia abstained Could Wreck Parley Vishinsky had warned that re jection of his proposal might wreck any chances of agreement at the conference The Soviet delegate was expect ed to seek a reversal of this deci sion inthe Assembly but appeared lo have little chance In any event delegates agreed the question can be brought up under a general item on the Korean problem POSTPONES HEARING WASHINGTON e Power Commission has postponed from Oct 4 to Oct 19 a hearing here on a proposed annual wholesale natural gas rate increase by Northern Natural Gas Co of Omaha Durkin Charges Eisenhower Backed Out on Promise Hell Hath No Fury OAKLAND Calif potential bridegroom protested Tues day against the high cost of matrimony and suffered the wrath of an outraged woman A patrolman posted at the door of traffic court jokingly informed the unidentified young man that the judge would perform the cere mony for about seventy dollars to you Seventy dollars 11 isnt worth it The man blurted where upon the attractive young woman at his side bashed the wouldbe bridegroom with her handbag and stalked away No Grounds DES M01NES Iowa Supreme Court agreed Tues day thatMrs Evelyn Rice of Winnebago Neb had ho grounds to sue a Sioux City cemetery for for refusing to bury her Indiani husband a Korean War hero other hand there is growing opin ion that lack parental discipline is responsible for much juvenile delinquency now so apparent and so dangerous to our society Proper discipline including cor poral punishment when needed within reason and for correcting the child and so promoting his training and welfare is the serious duty of every parent Denied New Trial The pudgy sandyhaired youth as accused oC shooting his father former Jewell school superintend ent April 18 1951 A Webster City District Court jury convicted him Schaupp denied a new trial and sentenced the boy to 10 years at Fort Madison Prison Justice William Bliss Mason City dissented but did not write an opinion Gales Churning Eastern Atlantic LONDON G ales up to 80 miles an hour kept the Eastern Atlantic boiling Tuesday and spread a trail of damage across the British Isles Ilomebound American tourists aboard the liner lie de France saw a thrillpacked rescue of 24 seamen from the stricken 6323lon Libcr ian freighter Greenville One man was lost and the body of another was left aboard the sinking ship In British waters a lifeboat plucked seven men to safety from a sinking lightship And a one legged yachtsman swam four miles Lo safety pushing his artificial leg before him on a mattress HUNGER Hurts America Hunger in other countries cer tainly hurls via and the other freedom loving countries because it makes people vulnerable lo propaganda from the Kremlin NVonlyou help our friends abroad keep their seH respect and political freedom by sending a CARE food or clothing pack age today Send to CARENew York or to your local CARE office Published ns a public service in co operation with The Advertising Council NOH KUEM SUKV Pilot Tells of Escape With Plane SEOUL young North Ko jet pilot who flew to freedom n a Russianmade MIG said Tucs lay the Communists have flown et fighters and propellordrivcn jombers into Korea since the armistice in violation of truce erms The 22yearold pilot a senior ieutenant in the North Korean Air Torcc told a news conference he did not know the Allies had offered 100000 for a MIG when he landed us sweptwing fighter at a base near Seoul Monday Wants to Study He said he fled lo get away from Communism and voiced hope that he could study in the United States The Air Force lost no time get ing its pri7e MIG out of Korea An official spokesman said the ightcr was dismantled crated and put aboard a big C324 Globcmas cr which left for an undisclosed destination Tuesday night Presum ably the MIG ultimately will be ut through exhaustive tests in the Jnited States The smiling young pilot clad in US Army fatigues also told ncws nen 1 He knew Russian pilots flew VIIGs in combat against pilots of he 5th US Air Force in Korea llussians also were his advanced nstructors he said but made no combat missions with Korean flyers 2 The plane he flew to Kimpo Airfield near Seoul was dcfinite y a MIG15 and not some other ype as had been rumored in some quarters For personal protection the pilot Icclined use of his name A South Korean newspaper earlier identi ied him as Nob Kuem Suk Unnamed Base He flew from an unnamed base near the North Korean capital Pyongyang to Kimpo waggled his vings as a signal and landed He lad no Allied escort He said he lad been planning an escape since 1945 The pilot said he did not know how many MIGs the Reds had moved into North Korea since the armistice but added that some ar rived about 40 days ago about two weeks after the truce was signed The 5th Air Force said on July 30 thats big Allied radar station had tracked Communist planes fly Ing southward from Manchuria Statements Are Mild in Tone ST LOUIS Sec etary of Labor Martin P Durkin ucsday directly accused President Eisenhower of reneging on a pri ate agreement to support major hanges in the TaftHartley law Durkin asserted the President ust month had fully agreed to o along with 19 proposed nents to the labormanagement aw However he said Mr Eisen ower later changed his position nd declined to send Durldns pro iosals to Congress BlowbyBlow The 59yearold AFL plumbers inion president gave a blowby low description of the background ading to h i s resignation in a peech prepared for delivery be ore the 72nd national AFL conven ion Durkin is attending as a lumbers delegate While Durkin pinpointed his dif erences with the President his ernarks were mild in tone He rointed out that 1 have only the varmest personal feelings of riendship for Ihc President The TaftHartley issue he said vas a matter of principle He said he advised the President he could not remain as labor secrc ary because I could not disregard my principles atthis late date in my Tafts Death Durkin said his amendment were drafted into a prcsidcnlia message to go toi CongressJuly 31 but this plan was dropped becaus of the death of SenRobert A Taf that day Three days later h added the message was leaked to the press and substantial pppo sition developed He said the White House staff hen appeared reluctant to send a message but Aug 19 Presideni Sisenhower in a private meeting fully agreed lo my position He agreed we should go right ahead He said the White House staff persisted in their opposition so Aug 31 lie turned in his rcsigmi ion Eight days later the staff offered a very weak substitute o his 19 amendments but he de clined the offer Durkin said Sept 10 Durkin said the Presi dent called him to the White House ind he informed me that he had hanged his position and that ic could no longer go along with ho 19 amendments 100 XRay Technicians Convening Approximately 100 members o the Iowa Society of XRay Teclmi cians registered for the opening o lie 14th annual meeting Tuesdaj it the Hotel Hanford Registry ex uninations were given for the firs ime The meeting was called to order by Robert E Jensen R T Ma son City president of the organ zalion who gave the greetings Sister Anne Marie R T Cedar Rapids vice president gave the response Election of officers was scJied ulcd for the afternoon session with the convention getting startec about 2 p m The annual banque of the two day session was schcd uled for p m with Earl Hall aditor of the Mason City Globe Gazette as the speaker The meeting will continue lirough Wednesday with the fina nisiness session and installation 6 new officers scheduled for pm Waterloo Man Hunting Victim GILBERTVILLE J Thein 20 Waterloo was killed Monday while squirrel hunting in wooded area along the Cedar Rive near Gilbertville Thein was shot in he head with a 22 caliber rifle carried by Jim Eastlick 19 Waterloo Sheriff H T Wagner said JETS Ei enhower raises his arms to ac nowedge the applause from 5000 Republicans at Boston who attended a fund atsing dinner and heard the President make a major polit ical speech Breakfast to Open Waldorf Fund Drive FOREST kickoff break astfor the Waldorf College 50th Anniversary Fund is scheduled Vcdnesday same day he Forest City school marks its half century of service A total of 130 workers who wil conduct the solicitation inFores City and the farmto farm program in seven surrounding township will attend Special guests invitee include Thonvald Thorson who was an instructor at Waldorf during its first days and John A Olson a member of the first Other residents of the Forest City iresi who were members of later classes also will be guests of honor Tarry Slife will be the main speak er at the breakfast More than already has been received by the fund from ihimni of the college scattered hroughout the country Ike Talk Produced Concern Statement OKd by President WASHINGTON of the Treasury Humphrey said Tues day the 10 per cent income tax cut will take place at the end of the year as scheduled and also there will be no request for renewing the excess profits tax He said in a speech for the con vention of the American Bankers Association The excess profits tax will ex pire Dec 31 and there will beno request for renewal At the same time an average of 10 per cent re duction inindividual income taxes is scheduled to go into effect and it will become Exerctse Caution Humphreys statement to the bankers also stressed the need m the light1 of the Russian threat to exercise caution in cutting taxes and defense expenditures He said there is a possibilityof an atomic Pearl Harbor hanging di rectly over our This threat had caused somo speculation that thescheduled tax reductions might not take place and that there jnight be some new of taxation to raisef defense moneyPresident Eisenhower had said only Monday night hvhis Bos ton speech that no sacrifice was too burdensome for Americans de ermiued to thwart enemies recdom equipped with the mostj terrible weapons destruction Cleared Wtth Ike Itwas learned reliably that Humphreys promise that individ ual and excess profits tax cuts will go v through vdn schedule Bee Upon invitation of a volunteer 31 was cleared with Eisenhower ommitteo of pastors representing before delivery our circuits of the Evangelical ulhcran Church the 50th AnniAgriculture Benson also to fund has been taken into the bankers icarly 85 Lutheran churches in The President urged the bankers Vorth Iowa Each of these churchto seek policies that are sound s is holding a special service in for all just for one lonor of Waldorf College and a class group or segment but for pccial offering will be taken up all or the anniversary fund at that nne A highlight ol the breakfast pro Before the Presidents brief ap pearance Benson told the bankers that the nations farm policy vu v ni vasviaoi y Jiuvivtia in UO11CV gram Wednesday morning will be should shift away from what he report from the special gifts Committee of which Dudley Wci ble is chairman POLIO DEATH DAVENPORT Wi Orval P Sclicrer 35 Bullcndorf died of po io at a hospital here Monday Wlrepliolo ELEPHANT KISS The San Diego zoos new baby elephant jyst arrived from Africa is be ing affectionate with zoo photog rapher Richard Van Nostrand who looks miffht get ting pushed around Asks Cfqthmg WASHINGTON iff President Eisenhower asked the American people Tuesday to contribute winter clothing through private organizations for the people of Sovietoccupied East Germany move follows up the Presi dents earlier gift of food for tha East Germans Eisenhower and Secretary of called centralization of power and undue dependence on government Benson said a new f a rm pro gram based on the principles of economic freedom was needed Ho said inadequacies of Ihe present program included 1 Failure to build farm kcts at fair prices 2 Interference with needed justments in farming 3 Tendencies to price crops such as wheat and cotton out of world markets and dairy products out domestic markets 4 Failure to provide farmers with incentives for progress In another prepared speech W Harold Brenlon of Des Moines Iowa president of the association said bankers must become sound money missionaries throughout the country if financial disturb ances calling for government in tervention are to be avoided rAII About The Weather Mason City Mostly fair and warmer through Wednesday Iowa Fair and a little warmer through Wednesday Minnesota Fair and w a r m er through Wednesday GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Tuesday Maximum 69 Minimum 32 At 8 a in 45 YEAR AGO Maximum j Minimum 39   

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