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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 15, 1953, Mason City, Iowa HOME EDITION THE NEW CITY GLOBEGAZETTE SPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS GIVE VOL LX Associated Press and United PJTCSS IuU Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY OCTOBER 15 1953 Tliis Inpci1 Consists of Two Ono No 5 AntiRed PWs Spurn Communism 491 n If 1 i m ftfi I m m 1 i 14125 Vehicles Stopped in Check DES MOINES first surprise statewide check of mo tor vehicle equipment this fall turned up 1844 vehicles with f u 11 y equipment Wednesday night Highway Patrol Chief David Herrick said Thursday The patrol stopped 14125 ve hicles 37 checkpoints on the open highway One of the check points was the intersection of Highways 65 and 9 at Manly Approximately 150 p a t r o I men participated in the check Each driver of the 1844 ve hicles received faulty equip ment ticket which requires the operator to have the necessary repairs made JULIUS ROSENBERG McCarthy Says Rosenberg Was Leader of Radar Spy Ring at Army Headquarters NEW YORK Joseph McCarthy RWis said Thursday that Julius Rosenberg executed atom spy headed a radar spy ring in the Army Signal Corps at Ft Mon mouth N J Tiie senatoi saii evidence that the spy ring continued after the execution will make it absolutely necessary to interview David Greenglass now serving a prison term at Pa for involve A CssssL nient in the atom spy case O66K Greenglass a brother of Rosen bergs wife Ethel who also was electrocuted at Sing Sing Prison testified for the government thai the Rosenbergs stole American atom bomb secrets and transmit ted them to Russia Wouldnt Talk Federal authorities have indi cated that theywould not have thrown theswitch on the Rosen bergs if thy told all they knew eJ but they went to except for pro Seek Package in Kidnap Case Possibility Hall Mailed KANSAS CITY tered its cleanup work in the Bobby Greenlease kidnap killing the St area Thursday with a mysterious par cel post package apparently the main objective The package was believed mailed in East St Louis 111 a week after 6yearold Bobby was kidnaped from a private school here If such a package is found it may lead officers to in missing ransom money 22 Postal Workers FBI agents have questioned 22 St Joseph postal workers who might have handled the package St Joseph is the home of Mrs Bonnie Brown Heady 41yearold divorcee who along with 34year old Carl Austin Hall have admit ted the abduction They are held here in the Jackson County Jail Approximately of 000 ransom paid by Robert C Greenlease millionaire Kansas City automobile dealer was recov ered with the arrest of the pair in St Louis Oct 6 Hall has said he believes the remainder of the mon ey was lost during a drinking spree Cab Driver A St Louis cab driver who gave the tip that resulted in the arrests told police he remembered Hall remarking that he had mailed a package At St Joseph a member of the Buchanan County prosecutors staff said some new evidence had beenobtained by US District Attorney Edward Scheufler during visit to Mrs Headys home Scheufler declined to comment on the reporti tests that they were innocent McCarthy whose Senate Perma nent investigations Subcommittee is investigating the Ft Mbnmouth situation told newsmen he wit ask the Department of Justice to make immediate arrangements for some of his investigators to talk with Greenglass as soon as possible He added thatGreenglass might be called as a witness at a sub committee hearing German Scientist Earlier McCarthy said a Ger man radar scientist who fled a Russiant laboratory gave reports to American officials of top secret documents stolen from Ft Mon mouth and used by Communists McCarthy told newsmen that the scientist whom he did not identify worked in the Russiancontrolled paran laboratory in East Germa ny and fled to Western Germany more than a year ago The scientist gave American Air Force intelligence officers a de tailed story of the use the Com munists were making of the docu ments McCarthy said Youth Killed 3 Injured in Auto Mishap EAGLE Kpbinson 16 son of Mr and Mrs Farrell Robinson of Thor a junior in Eagle Grove High School was killed and three other Thor young people injured when the car in which they were riding hit loose gravel rolled over four miles south west of Thor at 1 am Thursday With him in the car were Joe Biondahl freshman imEagle Grove High School who suffered a dislo cated arm and shock Patty Thompson freshman at Eagle Grove broken arm and shock and Marjorie Venice a broken hip It was the second fatality in a week involving Eagle Grove High School students he other being Gene Hinrichsen who was fatally Injured in Friday nights game with Osage Woman Dies at 104 Came to Iowa in Covered Wagon Mrs J C Messinger of Osage who celebrated her 104th birthday anniversarylast July 3 died at a Mason City rest home Wednesday She had been ill for several months Mrs Messinger who came to Iowa many years ago in a covered wagon from Springfield 111 had Lived in Osage since the death of tier husband Jerry C Messinger former Brcmer County sheriff 24 years ago services are tentatively set for Friday or Saturday at the Protestant Episcopal Church in Waverly The Rev Henry C Allan Charles City will officiate About The Weather Mason Cify Continuing fair and warm through Friday Iowa Fair and warm again Fri day Minnesota Friday fair and mild GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Thursday Maximum Minimum At 8 a m 87 49 55 For Historical Writing Oratory Churchill Wins Nobel Prize tor Literature Winston Churchill Thursday won the Nobel prize in literature He was cited for his mastery of historical and biographical writing and for the brilliant art oforatory with which he has stepped forth as a defendei of high human values The Nobel prize a sort of world championship carries with it a prize of it was announced by the Swedish Academy The British Prime Minister 78 has been writing for 55 years He has 27 books to his credit and is still working on his memoirs of World War 11 The award is for 1953 but it ta into consideration his works of the last half century To Stockholm Churchill said he hoped to come to Stockholm to receive the award Swedish Ambassador Gunnar Ike Moves to Midwest for Speech ABOARD EISENHOWER TRAIN UP President Eisenhower moved into the agricultural Mid west Thursday in an effort to win I think it is a very great honor the wavering farm belt over to j i i i ni n t n Hagglof offered the prize to Churchill at the Prime Ministers residence in L o n do n Churchill laid it was very agreeable news and added to receive this distinction gained among all the other writers of the world It is a literary distinction I am particularly proud of and that First Statesman Statesmen including premier and foreign ministers have been awarded nearly a score of Nobel peace prizes which are distributee by the Nobel Committee of the Sets Up Prizes STOCKHOLM Sweden The Nobel Prizes were set up under the terms of the will of Alfred Nobel the Swedish chemist and engineer who died in December of 1896 The bulk of his million fortune was placed in trust for five prizes to be awarded annu ally without distinction of na tionality Nobel was a perfecter and man ufacturer of munitions Norwegian Parliament But the British Premier is the first states man ever to receive the literarj prize Churchill was chosen winner from a field of 25 candidates in cluding American writers Ernest Hemingway and Carl Sandburg British novelist Graham Greene Italian Alberto Moravia and Frances Albert Camus Only one historian has obtained he award before German Theodor Mommsen who received it 51 years ago at the age of 85 for his history of Ancient Rome Churchill increased the number of literary Nobel prizes won hy Britons to six Only won France has Churchill has wooed the beauty of the English language through much of his 78 crowded years AP Wircpholo 10WAN ON CAMELRep Ben F Jensen Republican from the Seventh Iowa Congressional Dis trict tries brief ride on a camel during his visit to Baal bek Lebanon Jensen is on tour with a House Appropriations Sub committee on Agriculture administration policies He was to open a fivestate speaking program in Defiance Ohio with a major farm policy speech Thursday night in Kansas City Mo before a national con vention of the Future Farmers of America Leaves by Train The President left Washington by train Wednesday night and was to participate in a cornerstone laying ceremony for the Anthony Wayne Library of American Study at the Defiance College He will speak in Kansas Citys Municipal Auditoriumat p pm Mr Eisenhower invaded the Midwest under the shadow an unexpected Republican defeat in Wisconsins special cohgressioria election thetime tie ing there was no presidential com ment on the Victory of DemOcra Lester Johnson over Republican Arthur Padrutt in Wisconsins nor mallyRepublican Ninth Congres sional District Leaders Concerned But Republican political strate gists admitted concern over the de feat and other recent evidences of farm belt dissatisfaction with ris ing living costs and falling farm prices They hoped thePresidents per sonal popularity would he a sub stantial help in persuading farmers p be patient while the administra ion prepares a new agricultural program for submission to Con gress in January The President may have some iints on the nature of the new pro jram in his Kansas Cityspeech n Friday morning in Kansas City ic and Secretary of Agriculture Ezra T Benson will have break ast with a group of drought state governors Despite Drop in Prices Secretary Sees Prosperity KANSAS CITY of Agriculture Benson said Thursday he long term prospects for agri culture are bright despite the cur rent drop in farm prices and in come And in remarks prepared for the uture Farmers of America he said government farm programs are going to be geared to more realistic In his prepared iext Benson made no reference to the possible political effects of the drop in farm prices which began more than a year ago The secretary said the most ressing problem concerns falling arm prices and income a decline n foreign markets and excess stocks of some farm products government during the past year has bought heavily in wheat corn dairy products and some oth er commodities in an effort to keep prices up under support programs Separated Twins Now in Own Home LA F A Y E T T E La WThe 3 monthsold Mouton tsvins sepa rated in a New Orleans hospital ast month in a nowfamous opera Jon began normal lives Thursday n their own home The girls who were born July 22 joined at the base of the spine eft New Orleans Foundation Hos ital Wednesday with their parents Mr and Mrs Ashton Moulon Reds Suffer Stinging Defeat in Propaganda WHERE EXPLANATIONS in Jhffme ground surrounded by barbed wire and located near Mun san Korea house antiCommunist prisoners of war who are awaiting explanations by Red teams seeking to coax them back to Communism In the background are tents used by Indian custodial troops PANMUNJOM Chi nese prisoners dealt the Commu nists a stinging propaganda blow Thursday by rejecting 491 the first Reel attempts to coax hem home Al but 10 of 500 Chinese who met Communist interviewers in the first clamorous explanation sessions captivity over repatriation to Heel China said the Neutral Nations Repatria tion Commission The Reds had claimed the 22400 unrepalriated Chinese and North Koreans were being held against their will This Songdelayed psychological phase of Die armistice began only after Indian custodian troops pried the wildly demonstrating Chinese from their compounds with threats of force The Indian commander said later We used patience pcr suasioii and firmness Many POWs shouted and sang in the faces of the threeman Itcd interview teams Indian guards with sticks had to restrain some A few danced defiantly on the I Wooden tent floors Atfirst the NNRC forced the prisoners to to the explana tions for five minutes but this was cut to one minute after aUNrep resentative The explainers reminded them0f theirhomes and family and told them Father Mao Red Chinese Premier Mao Tsctung wants you back Many POWs replied with obscen ities Then except for the 10 they chose to leave by a door which meant continued captivity until their fate is decided by the im pending political conference or they are released Jan 22 The 10 who chose the door to Communism were returned to tha Reds Thursday night in a cere mony at Panmunjom Another Story Page 2 One American observer was or dered out of the explanation cen ter by the NNRC after he protest ed repeatedly that he vas seated out of sight of the prisoners The protest was overruled After defying two Indian ulti matums the first 200 rockthrow bugleblowing antiRed Chi nese finally submitted to Commu nist interviews The explanations began more than seven hours be hind schedule They originally to have started Sept 26 but were delayed by wrangling over facilities Indian guards had to prevent the first prisoner from slipping away as he was taken before the inter viewer A UN interpreter said the Reds told the TOW You must goback to your home to your family Dulles Arrives for Peace Talks Trieste Is Top Item for Parley By NATE POLOWETZKY LONDON Secretary o State Dulles flew to London Thurs day for save the peace talks witl British Foreign Secretary Eden and French Foreign Minister Bi dault The explosive Trieste situa tion gave the conference new urg ency The talks were scheduled to open Friday and run through Saturday Trieste undoubtedly was the top tern discussion but the three ministers had a fistful of other opics Churchill Meeting Prime Minister Churchill ar ranged to dine with Dulles Thurs day night and meet Bidault sep arately The British veteran was expected to press on both his pet project for a toplevel informal conference of Himself Eisenhower French Premier Jos eph Lanicl and Soviet Premier Georgi Malenkov As he left Washington Wednes day night Dulles hi a statement expressed hope the Londontalks vould some progress to ward easing world tension The three nations undcvialing bjeclivc he said is lo seek out with all of our Allies the basis for a lasting peace Given Urgency The gettogether was given a varorpcace urgency by Yugoslav rcsident Titos threats to use orce to forestall the announced JritishAmcrican plan to turn over Triestes Zone A lo Italy In addition to Trieste and Churchills Big Four project the ministers also wef expected to ive final approval to their new ote inviting Soviet Foreign Minis er V M Mololov to meet them at uugano Switzerland Nov 9 to dis cuss Germany and Austria and to study latest developments on the projected Korean peace confer ence Additionally the British probably vi 11 fill the Americans in on the itatus of their negotiations with Sgypt over the Suez Canal Zone vhile Bidault undoubtedly will re rort on latest developments in the ndochinafighting 15TH CHILD AMEN YPSILANTI Mich Jfi Mrs Margaret Bow 43 gave birth to er 15th child Monday Wednesday hcnamed it Amen No she ex ilained that didnt mean it would ie her last it just meant that a arge family is a blessing of the Lord Wircpliplo SLAVS ROAST ITALYS stu dents put the torch to a dummy of Italian Premier Giu seppe Pella as they mill about a Belgrade street during extensive demonstrations against the BritishAmerican decision to turn Zone A of the Trieste Free Territory to Italian administration Iowa Polio Patient Survives Long Plane Trip Doing Fine NEW YORK Betty Young who has been a polio patient at University Hospitals in Iowa City Iowa for hree years is reported doing fine at Mt Sinai Hospital here v Mrs Young was flown here from Iowa City Wednesday for further treatment The hospital reported she stood the trip fine Dr W D Paul of the University of Iowa medical school who accompanied Mrs Young on the trip in a militaryplane vill remain here until day night the hospital said One of the reasons forthe trip vas so that Mrs Young could be near her husband John a news aper advertising man at Read ng Pa He formerly worked for fie Cedar Rapids Gazette The Youngs two daughters Bar ara 9 and Gay arc staying vith relatives in Cedar Rapids Tiey are expected to join their alhcr here later VisWiisJky to Give Red Line on Situation UNITED NATIONS NY Russias Andrei Y Vishinsky goea before the United Nations Security Council Thursday with a demand for the internationalization of the Adriatic trouble spot Trieste The veteran Kremlin diplomat had ready for consideration by the 11nalion council a resolution which would reopen the longstalemated question of appointment of a gov ernor for Trieste in accordance with the terms of the Kalian peace treaty Formal Resolution Vishinskys formal resolution de manded That provisional regime for the free territory of Trieste be put into effect forthwith 2 T h a t a Trieste provisional council be established in accor dance with the Italian p c a c e treaty 3 That the internationalized free territory be formalized within three months by the appoint ment of a governor Before the council meets the days attention will be focused on Lhc General Assemblys main Poli tical Committee which was near ing a vole in Us debate on Moroc co Only Lebanon and Pakistan re mained to speak in fho debate on the North African protectorates relations with France A resolution sponsored by the 15 nation AsianAfrican bloc appeared doomed with only the Iron Curtain group aligning wilh the sponsors Martial Law That measure would have tho General Assembly call for the im mediate lifting of martial law in Morocco the establishment of democratic institutions the holding of free elections and the setting of a deadline for Moroccan independence within five years Bolivia was readying a milder measure which would have the as sembly recommend that all neces sary steps to ensure the sover eignty and selfgovernment of the peoples of Morocco1 would be aken The projected Bolivian resolution was more to the liking of the French who have boycotted the Moroccan debate from its outset Vishinsky was expected to be the days only speaker in tho Security Councils Trieste debate SAME KEEPS CONTROL OSLO Norway re ults announced Wednesday night n Norwegian parliamentary ttons gave the governing Labor party a fourseat majority
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