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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 5, 1953, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for tht CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LIX Associated Prest United Press Full Ltaso Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY OCTOBER 5 1953 TUIs Paper Consists ot Two One No 301 One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL Managing Editor Must We Wait for Time to Yell T wouldnt be honest with you if didnt admit at the outset of thi little visit with you that Im con than that Im down right the growing evi dence of a division in the free work over the important question of how we should deal with the Commu nists The position is pretlj well summarized by the observa tipnmade on several occasions b President Eisenhower effec that the Kremlin will be judged b its deeds rather than by its words Its what the Communists DO no what they say theyll do tha counts High sounding abstractions abou wanting peace wanting to do away witb nuclear fission bombs am wanting to elevate the standards of living for people all over the world are a mere mockery so long as the course pursued by the Com munists on orders from the lih are directly contrary to those goals Thats the way the United States looks at the matter But it isnt alas the way some of our com pamon countries in the free world look at it I say some of our com panion countries but it would I suspect be more accurate to say MOST of our companion coun tries Were Going It Alone On a roll call based on this test all pressures were removed from those responding Im not sure that wed have more than a half dozen countries definitely on our side The loudest voicej ol course would be South Korea and in the background would be Tur key Greece West Germany and a few other countries which know Communisms loathsome charac ter through contact with it Britain is cast in the role oi leader for this more lenient poinl of view toward Communism Next to Indias Nehru Clement Attlee is probablythe most savage critic of our policy although its just a mat ter of degree because appeasement what seems to us to be7 ap a part of the British foreign policy under Churchill Attlee fiom his sheltered position out of power can lash out at the United States without weighing the consequences while Churchill has to maintain a bit of restraint But theres no evidence that the Attlee candor is displeasing to Sir Win ston who still clings to the notion that a personal meeting with Mal enkov would prove fruitful No War Claim Dunng the Korean police action the British were under heavy cen sure from a considerable segment of world opinion by reason of their continuation of commerce with the enemy Britains denial that the trade was not in the field oE stra tegic Marmakmg goods carried the implication that trading with an enemy per se is all right Americans by and large dont take any such broadminded view of this matter They hold the quaint notion that an enemy should be treated as an enemy in ALL things The idea that a nation can help itself more than it does an enemy by doing business that enemy is repulsive to an American in stinct Within the month Ive sat across my desk several times from a member of the British parliament He was a member of the Attlee cabinet and on domestic questions quite generally holds with the La bor government of which he was a part But as Ive already sug gested on foreign pobcy he is a Thats the British way of doing things A Missed Opportunity One of his beliefs is that the caxise of world understanding might have been and probably would have advanced by a personal meeting participated in by Stalin Churchill and Eisen hower Time has eliminated Stalin and the sands are running out on Churchill An early gettogether by Eisenhower Churchill and Malen kov is favored by my British M P friend now My suggestion that there is a touchof Munich in the quick Brit ish recognition of Communist China half dozen years ago and Bri tains current of admit ting Red Chhia toUNleaves my friend unimpressed Theres just no analogy involved he insists Recognizing Red China he argues was like recognizing any other fact of life could doubt that the Communists were in charge of the governmentat Pei ping What point couldthere be in accepting the fiction that Chiang Kaishek orifhis island retreatwas heading the Chinese government CONTINUED ON PACE2 r U S Moves to Halt Dock Strike FBI Might Enter Boys Kidnap Case Family Is Still Hoping for Return KANSAS CITY wealthj parents of 6yearold Bobby Green ease still clung Monday to th lope he be returned safel as the kidnaping case entered it second week with the possibility the FBI may step m officially A day of silence by the familj was bioken by Paul Greenlease an adopted son Asked if the fam ly bad any reason to think little Bobby wouldnt come back safe replied Oh no We dont think that Mother ould never think that But he gave no reason for the hope insisting that if the family BOBBY GREENLEASE as had any contact with the kid apers I dont know anything bout it Be Patient Well just have fo be patient e added The FBI may officially enter the ase Monday Under the Lindbergh the FBI may step n on the seventh day on the as umption the victim has been aken across a stale line Asked if the family contem lated the FBI entering the case 3aul Greenlease said he didnt Icnow and he didnt think any mem er of the family knew The FBI has been silent about ts plans Police have maintained hand off policy at the request f the family But Police Chief Bernard Brannon said if the FBI moves in his force certainly would o operatewith it The 71year old father Robert C reenlease and his business asso lates have worked quietly from within the big red brick home in n effort to negotiate Bobbys re ease Door Paul associated with his father n the automobile business ans ered the door to the home late unday night when newsmen knocked They had come to talk Robert Ledterman of Tulsa usiness associate of Greenlease nd a family spokesman Paul was m his shirt sleeves his ollar unbuttoned and his tie as ew He looked tired He was po te but reluctant to talk Ledlerman had appeared only nee in the front yard during the ay US Again Has Air Speed Mark THERMAL Calif MiStreaking n average of 7534 MPH the Davys new F4D Skyray intercep or has won back the worlds neasured course record for the Jnited States and now will be given urther tests at sea Lt Cmdr James B Verdin 35 outhful looking combat hero of World War II and Korea pi oted the jet flyingwingtype Doug as plane to the new record Satur ay 150 feet above the hot ands along Southern Californias alton Sea On l each of his four arrow traight passes over the 3kilome er 1863 mile course Verdin av raged each mile in less than five econds His fastest1 n p only 31 less than the peed of sound the course vhere the mercury read 985 de rees Sonic speed varies with tem perature and altitude WARRENS ren who was sworn in as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Monday and his wife smile after their arrival in Washington Sun day night after a flight from California Reveal Plot to Liberate AntiReds PANMUNJOM Korea UP South Korean army souices Mon day bared a plot to free 22500 anti 7ommumst prisoners from Indian ustody and the Reds warned thai a mass escape would blow up he truce The ROKs notified the hrough the 8th Army that Provost Marshal Lt Gen Won Yung Duk vas planning to carry out the plot sven if it led to an armed clash between South Koreans and In lians It was Won who almost wiccked the Korean truce last June 18 by ermittmg 27000 antiCommunist STorth Korean prisoners to flee Al icd compounds under unilateral arders from President Syngman Rhee South Korean political leader called upon civiliansto attend mass meetings Tuesday and protes he barbarous Indian handling 3f anti Communist Government sources said the iouth Korean people vould haibor iscapees from Indian custody South Korea planned the mas scapes the sources said to pre sent Indian guards from slaying more antiCommunist prisoners vho do not want to go back to led rule Thus fax the Indians have slam hree prisoners and wounded 10 in jutting down anti Communist dem snstrations Warren took his Ihief Justice Mr Warren took the first oath administered by senior Associate Justice Hugo L the pres ence of his court colleagues only n a private of the Chicago Man Is Killed in Road Crash Hear Greene GREENE 56yearold Chi ago man was killed instantly Monday at 9 45 a m when his ar hit a truck driven by a Marble Rock man Roy V Ahart on High vay 14 a mile and a half south of Treene Killed was Arthur S Jor enson 1050 Ardmore Ave Chi ago Ahart was badly shaken up but ot seriously injured and was re eased after being treated for hock According to Iowa Highway Pa rolman Peter Tometich who in estigaled the accident apparently Vhart did not see the approaching lymouth car and pulled out on to he highway The Jorgenson car mashed into the side of the ruck a truck in which Ahart had een hauling corn He had just auled a load to the government torage bins which stand by the ide of Highway 14 at that point Tometich said that apparently either driver saw the other be ause a truck which was parked n the west side of the road locked the view Jorgenson was pproaching from the north and he truck pulled out from the west ide of the road All About The Weather Mason City Fair through Tuesday Frost or freezing temperatures Monday night owa Tuesday mostly fair and cooler Minnesota Tuesday mostly fair copier south and central GlobeGazette weather data up o 8 am Monday Maximum 69 Minimum M At 8 am si i TJ L Warren Sworn in as Chief Justice President Wife See Ceremony WASHINGTON War renswearing to do equal right to the poor and to the rich became 14lh Chief Justice of the United States Monday and then presided over the opening session of the Supreme Courts 195354 term The former governor of Califor nia took the oath in the marble sillared chambers of the Supreme Court in the presence of President and Mrs Eisenhower Mrs1 War leii dignitaries Mr Warren who was summoned 0 the nations highest judicial post ay Mr Eisenhower succeeds the late Chief Justice FredM Vinson who died of a heart attack Sept 8 The President andMrs Eisen hower arrived the colorful cer emony 4 minutes before theij court formally went into session at11 a m CST They left am after Mr secondoath as BIRD REFUSES TO a twofoot blunt arrow piercing its midsectionftKea gun searches for food along the shores of Danforth Lake in New York The picture oi the bird that refuses to die was taken by a Syracuse newspaper photographer He thinks the may haye been pierced by u stray arrow from an archery range courtroom In that ceremony he swore to uphold the Constitution The second bath in which Mr Warren swore to administer justice without respect to persons and do equal right to the poor and r to the rich was administered in the courtroom by Court ClerkHarold Mr Warren gravely and quietly as Chief Justice atVa ime when the tribunal was coifi ronted with most his oricdecisions in its in cluding the question of racial seg regation in public schools When he finished the oath Mr smJied broadly for the first time He strode to his seat al the center of the bench He shook hands with Black on his right and Justice Stanley F Reed on his left before Inking his seat in the Chief Justices chair Mr Warren flashed aglance of recognition to President and Mrs Eisenhower and to Mrs Warren before turning to the courts busi ness The 02yearold Californian ar rived here by plane Sunday night after resigning the governorship be had held for 11 years He was ac companied by Mrs Warren She had not planned to come but changed her mind at the last min ute when her husband said he just wouldnt know what to do if she were not here to share his big day The eightassociate justices of the Supreme Court were1 wailing for their new chiefwhen he ar rived at the white marble court building on Capitol Hill Will Accept High Taxes Oemo Says Americans Worried About Defense WASHINGTON Henry Jackson DWash de clared Monday the American people are worried about the state of national defense and stand ready to continue pay ing high taxesto build it up If the Republicans think they must cut taxes in ordei o please the people they are mistaken said Jackson a former member of the SenateHouse Atomic Energy Com mittee His Statement in an interview was in harmony with an abortion by Rep W Sterling Cole now chairman of thecommittee that he is ready to surrender the HONOR GUARD AT REUTER BIER West hcemen stand as an honor guard by the casket of their Lord Mayor Ernst Reuter during funeral services in Ber lin Hundreds of thousands witnessed the services Youth Seriously Wounded by Gun in Hunting Mishap Richard Schutt 13 son of Mr and Mrs Carl Schutt 1424 resident N W Monday remained in serious condition at ark Hospital after his left hip was shattered by shotgun lellets in a hunting accident Sunday afternoon Police said young Schutfc and a companionBilly Golbuff 2 were hunting rabbits in a Northwestern States Portland ementCo quarry near the limits Two other toys Donald Ewers 15 and Robert Duda 15 both friends f Schutt and Golbuff vere hunting in the area Ewers told officers he shot at a abbit in a thicket with his 12 augeishotgunWhenDuda ran to ee hit 1 the animal e found Schutt lying behind the hicket with a large wound in his eft i side Ewers said he didnt know Schutt was behind the ushes Two of the boys then ran to a Vorth Federalcafe not far from ie quarry and called police Of icers found Schutt conscious but leeding profusely He was taken the hospitalby ambulance The accident happened about 5 k IOWAN WINS HOT SPRINGS Ark UPl Jack Crissinger of Cedar Rapids la undajrwon the Class D hydroplane ventat i he National Outboard Associations semipro champion tiip boat races here Announced New CokrTYTube NEW YORK W The Columbia Broadcasting System Monday an nounced that a lowcost and vastly improved color television picture tube for home receivers is now ready for mass production The new tube was described as revolutionary by Bruce A Coffin president of CBSHytrpn electronic tube manufacturing division of CBS CBS said the lube called CBS Colortron is simple to mass pro duce in largescreen picture sizes as well as in rectangular shapes retaining the same qualities of sta bility and dependability of perform ance as black andwhite tubes CBS saidthe Coiqriron tubes will be available to home tele vision receiver manufacturers this fall See Atomic Stalemate by US Commies WASHINGTON UP Some top JS policy makers believe the United States and Russia are ap iroaching an atomic stalemate Some think this may lend to tabilize relationships of the big powers and so contribute to de velopment of more peaceful rela ions however uneasy i At the same time foreign policy ixperts believe a situation ap iroaching a diplomaUcstaleinate icrhaps influenced by the shifting military power balance but more ikely by other factors is already at hand State Department officials gen aJly believe the Soviets are ae ivcly avoiding any real negolia lons concerning Germany now and vili do so for many months to ome They question whether the teds want to talk seriously about he Far East although their posi ion is relatively stronger there The combination of an atomic talemate if it becomes an ac epted fact in great power poll ies and a diplomatic standoff might very well freeze the present tate of relationships indefinitely without any formal EastWest greemenls to that effect The essence of the atomic bal nce is simple With its reported mastery of a hydrogen explosion nd its established atomic pro fress Russia isclose to the point f achieving a kind of balance with he United States SAME DATEW2423 BIACK FLAG MEANS TRAFFIC DEATH IN r AST 21 BOUKB principle of a balanced budget Interview Cole was asked in an interview Sunday if the American people would favor trying to balance the budget if they knew the truth about Russian atomic development No indeed they would not he replied Russias atomic ularly the Soviet claim of mastery over the devastating hydrogen through the statements of Cole and Jackson as well as other Washington officials over the weekend Mobilization S Flcmming in the most positive of ficial appraisal of the Hbomb situ ation to date said in a quarterly report to President Eisenhower Weapons Soviet Russia is capable of de livering suddenly and without warning the most destructive weap on ever devised by man on chosen targets in the United States He told a news conference Sun day he meant thermonuclear hydrogen bomb Sen Symington onetime secretary the Air Force said in a New York speech Sunday that Americas atomic advantage is vanishing adding The great bulk of our defense chips should be placed on our ca pacity for instant and devastating atomic retaliation Jackson sided with Symington saying in an interview The Russians have the hydro gen bomb just as we have and the big issue now is deliverability of the bomb We have got to have a big Air Force to carry the bombs because there are more primary atomic targets in Russia than there arc in the United States Balancing Budget Like Symington Jackson com plained that the Eisenhower ad ministration appears to be think ing more of balancing the budget than of building up defense forces I think the pepole are willing to continue to pay high taxes to build up our defenses and are defi nitely worried about the state of those defenses Jackson said HOT WEATHER LOS ANGELES city re corded its hottestday of the year i Injunction Sought by Government ILA Union May Block Return FROMTHE WIRE SERVICES government vas moving quickly Monday after pon to get a court injunction de igned to stop the crippling iong horcmens strjke which has para yzed the East Coast Assistant Attorney General War en Burger was flying to New York from Washington with the pa pers necessary to obtain the in unction Upon his arrival in New York ho will confer with Federal Attorney J Edward Lumbard Set in Motion This r action was set in motion arlicr Monday by the report of a pecial inquiry board appointed by Eisenhower The report aid that a quick negotiated settle ment in thefiveday eedingly unlikely1 After this evaluation it is be icved that President Eisenhower directed the Justice Department to cek the injunction The striking International Long horemens Association recently Dusted from fiiaAmerican Federa ion of Labor hadindicatedearlier hat its members would respect an intislriko injunction That prospect wascomplicated Monday however statement from Patrick J Connolly ILA ccutive vice president that his members would not work alongside henew union in competition with his organiza tion Headed by The inquiry TieVded by David L Cole fonnerfetteral me diation service said in ffs fact finding report toEisenhower that he longshore labor dispute seemed so complicated little chance for any negotiated peace seemed likely in the near future Obviously the conflict between he old union and the new AFLILA was a big factor in that conclusion The strike 50000 longshore men from Hampton Roads Va to Dorlland Maine has paralyzed hipping Ike Joins in Tribute to Writer BLOOM1NGTON Ind UP The name of Ernie Pyle reporter is a symbol of integrity in his profession and a living testi mony to patriotism President Eisenhower said Monday in honor ing the memory of the late war correspondent The Presidents remarks Were made in a recorded message played at dedication ceremonies on the Indiana University campus of a bronze plaque honoring the ScrippsHoward correspondent and marking an historical site in jour nalism Gen Omar Bradley USA speaking here to an audience distinguished newsmen and public figures said the little reporter was needed today to chronicle the WorldWide war against Commu nism because a man who can write as Pyle did contributes greatly to the success of battle 2 More lowans Die on Highway By Associated Prtss Two lowans died Sunday as the result of automobile accidents on the states highways The fatalities boost Iowas motor1 vehicle death toll for 1953 to 446 The latest victims werd Jerry Freestone 20 Adel farm youth and Harry Scott 76 Council Bluffs Freestone was killed whenhis car left Highway 6 about seven miles west of Adel UNITED NATIONS N Y U Turkey bMt Rusfiansupportodc Poland for on Coun cil Monday Victory oo ballot   

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