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Publication: Mason City Globe Gazette October 9, 1953

Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 9, 1953, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10WANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LIX Associated Press and United Press KulS Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copyj MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY OCTOBER 9 1953 This Paper Consists oC Two One No 311 Kidnapers Charged Boys Rites He Slavs Say American Action Is Unjust Dangerous in Trieste MARSHAL TITO Concentration Camps Indian Reservations in BISMARCK N D charges that Indian children are dying in concentration camp life on North Dakota reservations were brought info the open Friday Angry citizens aired the accusations in a hearing Thursday before Glenn L Emmons new US commissioner of Indian affairs here on a survey of tribal conditions Harry Chim a Bismarck Indian who has been off the reservation for 14 years said living there was like life in a concentration camp Garmann Jorgenson of the Rolette County public health board told Emmons children were dying of neglect amid deplorable con ditions at the Turtle Mountain Reservation Emmons reserved comment except to say that he would like to see some kind of special economy worked out for Indians Jorgenson said there was only one law enforcement officer for more than 4000 Indians at Turtle Mountain He said SO bootleggers were operating there and mentioned the fact that there have been 84 illegitimate births He said there have been no on the reservation recently Believe AntiPolio Drug Is Perfected Plan 1954 Tests Great Hope That This Is Answer By FRANK CAREY Fla of an experimental polio vaccine to a point justifying inauguration of plans for nationwide vaccination tests on hundreds of thousands of children perhaps early next yeai was announced Friday Its the vaccine whose develop first was announced last spring by Dr Jonas E Salk of the University ofPittsburgh Fridays announcement disclosed it h at additional preliminary re search on humans since last spring has greatly strengthened hopes for the vaccine Historic Announcement Dr Salk made the historic an nouncement that science had at last achieved a material safe po tent and promising enough to be put to the acid test of determining whether it protects against the dis ease under natural conditions o exposure He said largescale pro duclion was possible He told the American Academy of Pediatrics that the vaccine proven to be capable of preventing polio in experimental now been tested in 637 humans Tests demonstrated that the vac cine can produce in man anlibod ies theoretically protective againsl the major viruses of polio am also demonstrated the safety of the vaccine itself But he emphasized that its necessary to determine whether the vaccinecan actually protec against the disease in nature Plans Tests Immediately after he spoke the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis which is supporting the vaccine research announced inaug guration of plans for a nationwid test and a spokesman told a re porter the March of Dimes or ganization had earmarked 000 for the purpose A foundation spokesman sak that details would have to b worked out with public health de partments medical societies schools and other organizations But this much was made known 1 It is hoped that the study ca begin early next year 2 Itwould entail the yaccina tion of hundreds of thousands o children during a nonepidemic pe riod Hancher Kline on Scholarship Board PHILADELPHIA F o r t prominent Americans have agree to serve as trustees of aspecia scholarship fund for both US an students which has bee set up by Eisenhower Exchang Fellowships Inc as a surpris birthday gift to the President Th trustees include President Virg M Hancher president of the Un Vtrsity of Iowa and Allan KHni lowan and the Ame leanFarm Bureau AP Wlrepholo COME HOME Paula Bell 3 looks long ingly at a photo of her father Cpl Otho G Bell as her mother makes a tape recording in Seattle to tell him We are waiting for him Bell was listed by Communists as one of 23 Americans who prefer to remain with their Korean captors British Oust Minister in Troubled Colony of Guiana GEORGETOWN British Guiana booted out he prime minister and five other cabinet members Friday vith the announced purpose of preventing Communists from aking over the British Guiana government Gov Sir Alfred Savage declared a state of emergency under which the sixmonthsold constitution is to be scrapped The British charged there was a Red plot to turn this South American rum and sugar colony into a totalitarian state Also Give Protest to Great Britain BELGRADE Yugoslavia UP Marshal Titos Yugoslav govern ment handed Britain and the Unit ed States a formal note Friday night denouncing as an unjust and dan gerous act the decision to turn over part of the Trieste territory including the city itself to Italy Against a backdrop of new street demonstrations here protesting the USBritish decision Yugoslavia reserved the right to use appro priate means on the basis of the United Nations charter to protect the interests of Yugoslavia in the Trieste area The notedid not specify whatsteps arc under con templation Withdraw Troops The United States and Britain decided to withdraw their troops from zone A of the Trieste Free Territory including the city and lurn its administration over to the Italians That would leave Yugo slavia in control of the southern half or zone Bwhich her troops already occupy The note was handed to British Ambassador Sir William Ivo Mal let and to Woodruff Wallner the US charge daffaires at the Yu goslav Foreign Office Police Escort The two diplomats had to be es corted through a heavy police cor don which had been set up for blocks around the U S and British Embassies and the Itahan Legation to guard against recurrence of damage done to their properties in mass demonstrations Thursday night From Trieste came reports that Yugoslav troops and tanks were moving the border of the two zones in the free territory Riflecarrying troops on horse back held back throngs which swarmed in front of the three cm sassies in angry protest against he BritishAmerican announce ment Thursday they would with draw their troops from Trieste Port and the surrounding territory and turn it over to the Italians The mobs had pelted property occupied by the three foreign na tions with stones until early Fri day smashing windows and dam aging automobiles In Zagreb Yu goslavias second largest city demonstrators wrecked the U S InformationService library Simi lar damage to U S and British government offices was reported from Sajevo and Skopje Tito hastily summoned his cabi net into emergency session The government was expected to de liver a strong note of protest to the two Western powers later Friday The government radio said a Yugoslav note already delivered to British and American authorities in Trieste had warned Titos gov ernment would take all measures at its disposal to protect its inter ests and the interests of Trieste Slovenes in the BritishAmerican zone At Wlrnplioto PRAYERS BEFORE Superior MarieIrene de Sion in charge ofthe French Institute of Notre Dame de Sion offers prayers at the flowerbanked casket of the slain sixyeaiold kidnap victimshortly before a rosary for the boy GLUM HALL This was the gloomy looking Carl Hall as he was returned to ail in St Louis after being questioned about the kidnap slaying of Bobby Green lease to Moscow Expected Trouble and He Got It CONNERSVILLE Ind George Kerrigan courtap ycr pointed to defend John Somatic on harges of failure to provide and nonsupport expected trouble in court Thursday and was ready Sematic who had been in court previously on similar charges went into action when he heard Judge Allen Wiles impose a fine and a sixmonth jail sen tence He hit Prosecutor Hugh Russell in the jaw and kicked and clawed everyone in reach Kerrigan who said later he had expected just such an outbreak pulled a blackjack from his pocket and knocked out Sematic After order was restored Judge Wiles added a lto7 year sentence CLOVER OUTPUT DOWN DBS MOINESWI the yield per acre will top the 10year average red clover seed produc tion in Iowa this year is expected to be 20 per cent lower Estate Left to IOOF Home SIBLEY estate of Edward Hargrave will be turned over to the Odd Fellows Lodge of Iowa for its home near Mason City District Judge M D Van Oos lerhotit Wednesday signed an order approving the transfer The estate had been left to a brother Walter Hargrave of Sib ley during the brothers lifetime The will provides lhat upon end of Walters life interest in the es tate it was to be used for an Os ceola County hospital The county twice has failed to pass a bond issue for the rest of the funds to build a hospital The will further provided that il the hospital was not built the mon ey should go for the support cdu cation and wellbeing of dcpendenl children and indigent Odd Fellows home These steps followed the arrivalof British troops in the colony which is sandwiched be tween Brazil and Venezuela on the approaches to the Panama Canal This colony of 450000 people is Britains only holding on the South American continent Nearly half he population came from or trace their ancestry to India Most of the others are of Negro or American Indian slock A colonial office announcement in London said the British gover nor Sir Alfred Savage had been given emergency powers British troop reinforcements already were on guard governmentof fices and major Britishowned properties in Georgetown and the British Aircraft Carrier Implafcable was due to sail Saturday from Brit ain with 600 men of the famed Ar gyll and Sutherland Highlanders battletested veterans of the Ko rean fighting Reports from Trieste City the strategic Adriatic port and center of the territory said the Yugoslavs already had closed the border be tween the southern half ofthe ter ritory which they occupy and the Northern BritishAmerican zone CORNELL ENROLLMENT MOUNT VERNON Enroll ment1 at Cornell College this fall is 625 up 10 from 1952 fall term rAII About The Weather Mason City Mostly fair and mild through Saturday Mostly fair through Satur day Minnesota Saturday mostly fair somewhat warmer GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Friday Maximum 74 Minimum 34 At 8 am 44 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum SAME FLAG MEANS TRAFFIC DEATH IN PAST Zt HOURS Ike Tells War Views Mitchell Is Sworn in as Labor Secretary WASHINGTON P Mitcheli sworn in Fri t day as secretary of Ms first cabine meeting 7v Mitchell 52yparoVd Gity departmen experienceiniabor relations too the oath in ceremonies at the White House with Presiden No National Search for Tom Marsh Missouri Will Try Hall Woman KANSAS CITY serv ices were held for slain 6yearold Bobby Grecnlease Friday at the same hour as his kidnapers manacled together were arraigned in St Louis on federal extortion charges Carl Austin Hall 34 and Mrs Bonnie Brown Heady 41 were or dered held on bail each on a federal extortion charge pend ing of the next step in their case They waived pre liminary hearing The Justice Department an nounced in Washington Thursday that the state of Missouri would be given jurisdictioninthe case since it appeared no state lines had been crossed by the kidnapers Missouri has the death penalty for both murder and kidnaping Grim As the grim proceedings wers taking place before XJS Commis oner Edwin J Bean of St Louis ervices were conducted for tha murdered child in St Aghcs Cath Hc Church in suburban Johnsoa outity Kan About 100 close friends the family attended a silent prayer eryicc at a funeral chapel after vhich a requiem high mass was conducted at St Agnes Catholic Eisenhower looking on The V n who says he is neither a millionaire hac seen assistant secretary of Army until Eisenhower announcec the new appointmentThursday Succeeds Durkin Mjlchcli succeeds Martin P Dur a Democrat who quit a month ngo and went back to his job as AFL Plumbers Union president In announcing the appointment o his news conference Thursday Eisenhower praised Mitchells abil ty and long experience in handling abor relations problems Mitchell limself promised to try to the est of my ability to do the best ossible job for the pcople of the United States The selection was generally ac claimed by Republicans and Demo crats and by some union leaders However AFL Vice President Al layes whoheads the AFL Ma chinists Union called the choice of Mitchell incredible the ante word used by the late Sen Robert A Taft ROhio when lisenhowcr picked Durkin Also at his news conference Ei senhower said Russia possesses an ncrcasing capability of delivering an atomic attack on the United States but he docs not think the threat of war shadows Americas doorstep now Fullest Statement In the fullest official U S state ment since Moscow claimed mas cry of the awesome hydrogen bomb the President said Thurs day the Soviets have a weapon or the forerunner of a weapon of power far in excess of the con ventional atomic types Eisenhowers assurance at his news conference that his adminis tration is moving to meet this sil jalion was generally applauded by lawmakers But Sen Kefauver DTenn said the President may have created another layer of secrecy on all too secret a subject U S Warns Koreans on ROW Threats WASHINGTON The United Stales has strongly cautioned Syngman Rhce and South Korea against carrying out threats 6 al ack Indian troops handling pris oner repatriation in Korea or to orcibly release the antiCommu list war prisoners under Indian control This government has also in brmcdSouth Korea India and all other interested nations that the United Nations Command will irmly support its obligations to maintain security I of the Korean neutral zone The implication was hat should South Korean forces to violence United Nations forces would resist forcibly Various threats against the re lalriation operation and the pres nce of Indian troops in Korea invc come recently from South Korean government sources Indi an Ambassador G L Mehta deliv ered a message from Prime Min ster Nehru to Assistant Secretary of State Walter S Robertson Wednesday expressing concern over the situation and asking the United States to keep South Ko rea in line Church the Mass the Angels usually said for children the doors of the stone church remained open An overflow crowd bl about 750 persons stood outside silentwith heads bowed in prayer Shortly before the mass at the church 45 pupils from Bobbys school the French1 Institute of Notre Dame de Sion filed into the chapel in pairs Boy Lured It was from this school that Mrs leady lured the boy Sept 28 Ha vas slain before the ran som was paid by the childs father Robert C Greenlease wealthy Kansas City motor car dealer No decision has been announced on whether Hall and Mrs Heady RHEE NEHRU Near Hurricane Hits Florida 71 29 FT MYERS Fla new tropical storm of near hurricane force struck the West Florida Coast in the midst of a million aires fishing ground and plowed inland dumping torrents of rain on an already waterlogged pen insula Friday Although the Miami Weather Bureau said the seasons eighth howler was powered by winds of up to70 miles an hour the highest velocity reported when the bSow smacked the coast was 62 mph in gusts at Ft Myers It appeared the worst damage would be caused by water At Punla Gorda near Tampa Sheriff Brad Quednau of Charlotte County opened the courthouse as a shelter and said a big trailer park in town Had water lapping over the floor boards of the travel ing houses In Tampa half the citys sewage disposal facilities were Aseptic tanks and half of them were out of order Housewives were boiling water in many areas Ruskin Fla one of the nations truck farming andtomato centers reported hundreds of acres under water Radio m Ft Myers where the storm passed shortly before noon reported only negligible damage from winds up to 62 miles per hour Several trees were blown down and utility wires cut The telephone company broad cast a request that no calls be made except in emergency Resi dents were advised to boil and conserve drinking water Several streets were impassable because of high In Saratosa hundreds of resi dents left their exclusive homes on the beach and checked into downtown hotels In Mason City Bonnie Heady an ardent dog fancier last visited in Mason City inOctober 1952 when she had a pet Boxer entered in a show sponsored by the Mason City Kennel Club Kennel Club officers said Mrs Heady a point to have en tries in club events as well as those of other organizations throughout Ipwa A woman Mrs Roy Utter Thurs day told newsmen she sold Boxer to Mrs Heady two years ago In commenting on the womans drinking habits Mrs Utter said Last time I saw her was about a year ago at Mason City was there for a ihow I saw her reeling around a corner by Hotel Hanford She was tighter than drum would be tried on kidnaping charges in Kansas City or on mur der charges in St Joseph After the arraignment the pair was returnedtemporarily to the St Louis city jail Officials de clined for security reasons to say what the next step would be for the pair or where they would be taken The FBI withheld a alert for exconvict Thomas John Marsh but police from coast to coast were on the alert for the mysterious figure who niay hold the key to in the kidnaping The FBIsaid it withheld action pending clarification of inconsis tencies in statements made by Hall and Mrs Heady Hall admitted kidnaping the lad Denies Killing But he denied killing Bobby whose body was dug out of a shallow grave in the yard of Mrs Headys St Joseph Mo home Wednesday The 37yearold Hall toJd officers he turned the boy over to Marsh on theday bfTthe kid naping id later found him shot to death in the basement of the Heady Ivjne He claims he hasnt seen since ;

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Publication: Mason City Globe Gazette

Location: Mason City, Iowa

Issue Date: October 9, 1953

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