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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 29, 1953, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LIX Associated Press United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 29 1953 This Paper Consists of Two One No 303 Soviets Propose Two Peace Parleys Woman Prays Then Takes Boy Son of Millionaire Is Abducted ROBERT GREENLEASE KANSAS CITY million1 aire parents of a 6yearold boy kidnaped by a woman who prayed before the abduction said Tuesday they were willing to go to any lengths to get their child back safely f The boy Robert Cosgrove Green lease Jr was lured from his classes in an exclusive private schopron a nise The woman gained admittance to the school Notre Dame de Sion by telling a nun Mrs Greenlease had suffered a heart attack and the boy had to be taken to the hos pital She said she was the boys aunt The nun suggested the woman pray for Mrs Greenlease in the school chapel while she waited for the child to be called from his class The woman walked into the chapel and knelt On leaving the school with Bob by the woman remarked Im not a Catholic but I hope God heard my prayers Eugene M Pond chief of detec tives said police were following all normal processes in the inves tigation and added We are awaiting a request from the parents before starting an in tensive investigation He said no request for such an investigation had been received apparently out of concern for the boys safety The Federal Bureau of Investi gation declined to comment when asked whether it was taking part in case Announcement of the kidnaping was withheld from the press and radio for three hours Police Chief Bernard C Brannon explained au thoriliesfeared pearlier disclosure might result in death or injury to the child Greenlease 71 is a distributor for the Cadillac Motor Co I dont know why anybody would do anything like this he said There are so many reasons why anybody would be foolish to take such a risk It just doesnt make sense The woman described as chunky about 35 years old and having red dish brown hair left the school with the boy in a taxicab The nun then telephoned the Greenlease home talked with Mrs Greenlease and learned she was not ill Then it was discovered the boy had been taken from school on a ruse Later the taxicab driver Willard Creech 62 told police thewoman and young Greenlease left his cab at a parking lot only a few blocks from the school They got into a lale model blue sedan with Kansas license plates and drove off 17000 Are idled Decker Employes Back Chicago Workers Out The full force was at work at Jacob E Decker and Sons Tuesday following the oneday walkout staged Monday by members of the ClOUnited Packinghouse Workers local union The Mason City plant was buying hogs and cattle Tues day and expected to start killing Wednesday morning follow ing a twoday recess for repairs last Friday and Saturday and the walkout Monday Want Big 4 Meeting on Germany Also Request World Session PARIS W The Soviet Union came up Tuesday with two pro posals for international confer Big Four power meeting on Germany and a five power meeting including Heel China to dis cuss the entire problem of world tensions The two proposals were con tained in the latest Soviet reply to invitations from the United States Britain and France to meet on Oct 15 at Lugano Switzerland in a conference on the German and Austrian treaties In neither case did the Russians suggest a date or place for the Although the workers in Mason City were back the union called 17000 members off their jobs in 20 Chicago packing plants at noon Tuesday for a halfday strike demonstration1 The move which was calculated to stop operations in the big yards packing center was dcj scribed by a union official as a protest over the asserted unwilling ness of Swift and Armour to come up witha proper offer The union is seeking from both firms a pay increase of 8 cents an hour andcompany payments of 4V4 cents an hour to cover the full cost of a familystyle hospitalization plan Swift has offescd 5 cents an hour in pay increases and to pay half the cost cents an hour the proposed hospitalization plan The AFL said the average hour ly scaleoE its workers now is Harold E Nielson Chicago dis trict director of the UPWA said the unions members were direct ed to attend a rally to be held in front of Swift Companys offices Meanwhile members of the AFL Meat Cutters Union which has been coordinating its wage con tract negotiations with the CIO union met with Armour Co officials Tuesday Armour has offered a wage in demand is cents including the leallh insurance cost of 4Mi cents an hour At Sioux City meanwhile there was a fresh pages in the packing district At IhQ Swift Co plant approxi mately GOO CIOUPWA members from all departments were out James Hilsinger chief plant stew ard of the union said the workers would not be back until atleast Thursday crease package hour including medical insurance program The unions minimum of IVj cents an a companypaid Pilot Out to Break Own Mark EL CENTRO Calif Lt Cmdr James Verdin will put the throttle of the Navys Deltarwing Skyray jet wide open Tuesday in an attempt o break the world speed record he set only Monday Verdin streaked the Douglas FrD over the California desert at 7427 miles an hour Monday the fastest time ever clocked under interna tional speed rules eclipsinga Brit ish mark set last Saturday over the Sahara Douglas officials said speed run would start when desert temperatures reached an antici pated peak of 96 degrees at about 2 pm because each degree of temperature is worth an additional mile an hour was 89 during meetings Nothing New The temperature Mondays flight AI Wlrcpholo THE SENATOR AND MRS McCARTHY Joseph McCarthy and the former Jean Fraser Kerr are shown leaving St Matthews Roman Catholic Church after their marriage in Washington Tuesday Thousands Surge Outside Church as Sen McCarthy Marries Former Employe WASHINGTON Joseph R McCarthy RWis and Miss Jean Fraser Kerr his onetime Girl Friday who won his heart were married Tuesday Thousands of wellwishers and curious surged outside St Matthews Roman Catholic Cathedral as they spoke their vows In the cathedral which seats about 900 were most of the top figures of Washington official and diplomatic life There was nothing especially new in the Soviet proposals The Russians have asked before that the subject ofGermany be dealt with before consideration a treaty of independence for Austria They have also proposed a meet ing of the four powers and Red China to discuss a full slate of world problems The Western Powers have not gone along with either side The Soviet note was delivered Monday to the three Western em bassies in Moscow and relayed to Paris London and Washington I The Russian communication ap peared to reject the Western invi tation for the Big Four foreign ministers to talk about the dead locked A u s t r i a n independence treaty at the same lime they dis cussed Germany Insteadthe So viets said they had not received L Western answer to their note of Aug 28 proposing that discussions n the Austrian treaty continue lirough diplomatic channels The Russians also did not speci y where or when they thought the roposed fivepower conference hould meet Past Exchanges The bulk of the Soviet note was review of past diplomatic ex hangcs between the East and the Vest over the German problem nd world tensions The proposals or the two parleys were con ained in two terse paragraphs The United Slates France and Britain in identically worded notes n Sepl 2 inviled the Soviet Union o join in the Oct 15 foreign min sters conference in an effort to achieve real progress toward vorld peace The Wcslern Powers restricted heir proposal to talks on the fu ure of Germany and Austria but noted that a solution on Germany vould provide an essential part a world settlement by paving he way for discussions on other outstanding world problems In a previous exchange of notes Russia had suggested lhat the Big Four meeting be broadened todis cuss other world problems The lussians had demanded the pres ence of Red China at such talks nit this met with Western rcjec AP Wlrephoto SEARCH FOR and volunteer rescue workers dig frantically through the wreckage of a plane which carried 22soldiers to their death at Louisville Ky 23 Persons Perish in Crash Nearly every seat was filled for the ceremony and the nup tial low mass which followed The Rev Fr William J Await of St Matthews performed the ceremony assisted by Ihc Rev Fr Augustine Maloney oC Augus tinian College here The bride veiled in white wore a longtrained white gown McCarthy was in formal morn ing dress black frock coal striped Irouscrs and ascot tie He wore a small white his Jape sprig of flowers in AP Wirephofo INVALID PILGRIMS LEAVE FOR Ellen Kelley left of Marcus la and Dixie MacMaster of Montreal Canada chat with three priests beforedepart ing for Europe with 43 other invalids to visit European shrines The organ its tones almost a whisper played Ihe Lohengrin Processional as the bride entered the church with Wilbur A Johnson of Famvood N J a close friend McCarthy e s c o r t e d by his brother William P McCarthy of Chicago walked through a side entrance to await his bride As she approached he took her arm and they walked down a white carpet through vhe altar rail to halt before Father Await At conclusion of the mass Father Await read a cablegram from Rome giving Pope Pius pa ternal and apostolic blessing to the ncwlywcds Freak Storm Hits Grafton Turkey Farm freak wind of vi olent proportions struck the Wall Bros Turkey Farm a mile west o Grafton at a m Tuesday dc molishcd four of the shelters and carried the debris about 40 rod across the road into a neighboring cornfield The place is operated by Chri Walk who reporlcd about 20 lur killed and a large num her chipplcd He was unable to giv an estimate of his loss So far as known it was the oril farm struck by the wind A motor ist driving by saw the windstorm strike the turkey shelters an drove to the farm house a quarle of a mile east and reported to th family who were un storm ion Both Triatics The Soviet Union has indicated t docs not want to take up the Austrian treaty of independence intil an agreement is reached on Germany The Western Powers lave insisted upon both treaties jeing considered at the same con ference The latest Soviet note comes as requests for a Big Four power con ference lo iron our world tensions were made at the United Nations Indias V K Krishna Mcnon Mon day night urged a personal meet ing of the Big Four chiefs of state Prime Minister Churchill let it be known Monday he still feels a top level meeting of Big Four leaders would be a good idea But the United Stales has remained cool to such proposals The US Stale Department said Monday it did not see how Big Four talks could accomplish results different from those being sought through conferences now jn prospect Landing Is Hearty Made in Kentucky LOUISVILLE Ky death toll from the worst aviation disas ter in Kentuckys history climbec to 23 Tuesday when Stewardess Dorothy Jean Bush32 ofSari An tonio Tex died Twentytwo persons including 2C Puerto Rican soldiers were killed outright when a twoengine char tered airliner nearing the end of its journey went out of control late Monday and crashed in the center of Louisvilles Standiford Field The remaining 18 ot the ships 41 passengers remained in critical in three hospitals Nose Down The twinengine C4G one of five chartered by the Army to transfer 140 soldiers from Camp Kilmer NJ to Ft Knox Ky nearly touched ground when undetermined trouble developed After pulling up to about 400 feet the liner nosed down and crashed with a terrific impact Bodies were scattered as far as 100 feet Some were decapitated The pilot Capt Whorton Moller 33 and his assistant CoCapt John DeWitt Pickci 31 both of San An tonio Tex were dead when ambu lances arrived Normal Manner None of the survivors could cli what happened One witness Carl South a trans portation agent for Trans World Airlines said the plane came into view at about 1000 feet and de scended in a normal manner He said he noticed the left elevator flap on the tail drop and the plane pulled up All at once it nosed down and crashed into the middle of the spacious field ACCIDENT VICTIM CRESTON Iowa Lamb C3 Afton farmer died in a Creston hospital late Monday of in juries suffered in a twocar hcad crash on Highway 34 cast of Governor of Florida Dies TALLAHASSEE Fla UP Charley Johns president the stale Senate takes conlrol as act ing governor of Florida Tuesday succeeding Dcmocral Gov Dan McCarty who died Monday night Johns called for official mourn ing for the popular young governor who was elected by the bigges vote ever given a candidate for chief executive the stale The new governor indicated he would carry out McCarlys sweep ing clean up policies which he had partly opposed Johns a railroad conductor in surance man and ice companj owner supported McCarty for gov ernor but fought him in the Icgisla lure on several issues McCarty 41 a scholarly looking but robust sixfooter died at a hos pitalat pm est of a heart disturbance complicated by pneu monia Arrests Ovvn Brother MEMPHIS Tenn Sheriff James A Crews arrested his own brother on charges ot transporting a stolen automobile Memphis FBI Chief Charles E Weeks told this story Milton Crews 30 now living inr Akron Ohio arrived here Friday to visit the deputy sheriff He was driving a new automobile but couldntexplain io his brotherwhere he had gotten it Deputy Crewscalled the FBI which disclosedthe car had been stolen from an Akron parking lot He arrested Milton and turned him over to federal officers Milton was released in bond to await federal grandjury action Sources Report Ike Will Name Warren to High Court WASHINGTON Eisenhower has decided onGov EarlWarren of California to be Chief Justice of the United States high administration sources said Tuesday These sources said Mr Eisenhower is expected to make he announcement Wednesday probably at his news con erence They said Mr Eisenhower decided lo make a recess appoint so the ijlfl Supreme Court if can be at full w h en lit convenes next Monday for the J195354 term a r ren would iff succeed C h ie f Justice FredM Vinson who died S e p t 8 of a WARREN heart attack The formal nomination will be1 sent to the Senale in January after Congress convenes Warren would be Ihc 14lh Chief Juslicc of the United Slalcs He would become Ihe second Republi can on the high bench The other is Associate Justice Harold H Burton At the White House Press Sec clary James C Hagerty was asked whether Mr Eisenhower will announce the court appointment at tiis news conference Wednesday morning When we have appointments to announce we will announce them Hagerty said Apparently final delails of the Warren appointment were worked out Sunday in Sacramento Calif betweenthe governor and Allor ney General Herbert Brownell Jr Brownell recommended to Mr Eisenhower at a White House con ference Monday thatthe nations highest judicial post be given to Warren rAII About The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy and cooler with diminishing winds PartJy cloudy and cooler Wednesday Minnesota Wednesday partly cloudy and cooler GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum 8pr Minimum 57 At 8 am 72 Say Polish Church Head Is Arrested VATICAN CITYMThe Vatican newspaper rOsseryatore Romano reported Tuesday that Stef anCar dinal Wyszynski was arrested by Communist police in Poland last week after a nightlong search of his residence in Warsaw The papers report said armed Red police raided the archcpisco pal building on the night of Sept 25 and forced all persons found there to face the wall while the search went on In Warsaw the Polish govern mcnt announced it had barred the 52 year old cardinal from his churchly offices as Roman Cath olic primate of Poland and con fined him to a monastery at the request of the Polish episcopate The Red governments announce ment accused him of breaking agreements reached three years ago between the church and state Vatican sources said the Pope saddened by the news of the car dinals arrest may speak out pub licly or make his feelings known through a letter to the churchs hierarchy The Vatican paper said Cardinal Wyszynski sealed his fate when he spoke out against the trial and sen tencing of the Most Rev Czeslaw Kaczmarek bishop of Kielce and three other Catholic priests and a nun by a military court in War saw on charges of spying for the United States and the Vatican The bishop was sentenced to12 years and the others from 6 to 10 BULLETIN BERLIN ttMayor Erntt of Berlin dktcf TwtMUy night1 city   

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