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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 30, 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 LX Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY OCTOBER 30 1953 This Paper Coiuists of Two Ona No It Agreement Then Conflict on Coaxing But Still Strong Senate Group Reports Reds Weaker In Europe 000 for 4 Hours Work for Tax Man JOHNSTOWN Pa body in nearby Franklin Borough is talking about the job that pays for only about four hours work except the man who is most likely to get it Joseph Tomaskovich who won both the Democratic and Republi can nomination for borough tax collector in the May primaries said Friday he prefers not to dis cuss his chances in the elections next Tuesday If elected Tomaskovich can set aside for himself approximately per cent of the borough tax col lections which will yield him ap proximately The jackpot collection from 247 property own ers in the borough is the check from Bethlehem Steel Corp The job is so easy that past collectors have been able to discharge most of their duties in about an hour each year The steel firms huge Cambria Works is located in the borough Its borough tax bill is about 000 97 per cent of the total collections I dont wantto talk about the I win No comment un til such time Tomaskovich said sion which will arise from this study is the very rapid growth of he Communist movement Wiley is chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee and of its Anderson Lauds Election of Demo WASHINGTON Clinton P Anderson DNM said Friday the recent election of a Democral in a Wisconsin special congres sionalelection should barrel of money for the nations farmers It focused attention on farm dis satisfaction he said and will force the 1954 session of Congress to work out a strong of supporting farm income Farm belt dissatisfaction if I continues for another year wil help Democrats greatly in the 195 congressional elections he tolc newsmen For instance he said it shoulc be a lifesaver for three Demo cratic senators whose seats the Republicans have made a principa of Illinois Gillette of Iowa and Humphrey of Minne sota IOWAN ELECTED CHARLOTTE NC WThe Rev E J Fulton Des Moines an ex ecutive of the Open Bible Standard Churches has been reelected vice chairman of the executive commit tee of the Pentecostal Fellowship of North America WASHINGTON Communists have lost heavily in membership and trade union support in Western Europe duringrecent years a Senate foreign relations subcommittee said in a report published Friday The 60page study surveys the strength tactics and ob jectives of the Communist movement throughout the world by country and re L gion by region 3DVJUUw I Or While the report said Red trength in Western Europe cached a peak prior to 1947 and ince has declined it expressed no complacency about the Red menace On the contrary Sen Wiley R Vis said in an introduction that perhaps the most basic impres Hunt Deserters BERLIN East Ger man police army has expanded the hunt for a small group of Czech deserters into giant civil war maneuvers a West Berlin newspaper said Friday Some 25000 police are being trained in the war games to pro tect the Communist government from a repetition of the June 17 workers revolt Der Tag said According to the newspaper report the police forces operat ing in the southeast of the Soviet zone have been given the ma neuver task to surround unrest centers and seek out rebels security affairs subcommittee for which the study was prepared It said that although Communist party membership in Western Europe has dropped heavily the Reds have succeeded in maintain ing electoral strength in Italy France and Iceland Wiley commented however that very often large Communist voles as inFrance and Italy rep resent not so much proCommunist votes as antigovernment votes In less than four decades since the Bolshevik Revolution in Rus sia he observed the Communists have grown in strength until they now control governments of one third of the population and one fourth of the area of the world To underestimate nist strength could prove to be suicidal blindness in view the poten tial he said In the 16 countries of Western Europe the report said the Com munist parties have an estimated three million members and in na tional elections poll about 13 mil lion votes Observations about other areas general the strength determination and stability o Asian nonCommunist governments has significantly reduced th e strength of nists indigenous Commu Latin AmericanCommunist party membership has fallen from some 330000 in the 194447 period to about 200000 The party now i officially suppressed in 12 of the 20 Latin American countries anc in none is it an important elec toral factor AP Wirepholo ghosts and gremlins can well beware this Halloween cause here are three festive Gs to match Gregory and Gene triplets who were a year old Thursday There are a couple more Gs to toss in too They live on Gaither Street in Hillcrest Heights Md and their parents are Mr and Mrs Robert Frazier The boys can write off the F in Frazier as a near miss but their dad makes up for it Hes a Gman Police Need Lucky Break to Solve LaCrosse Mystery LA CROSSE Wis a lucky break it was felt bw authorities Friday will turn up any concrete evidence in the disappearance of 15ryearolfl Evelyn Hartley six nights ago Police Chief George Long who had admitted his depart ment is up against a stone wall was joined by Dist Atty John Bosshard in the belief that it now is a matter of fortune India Says AntiReds Are Ready But Demand May Cause BlowUp PANMUNJOM Korea UP The questioning of antiRed war prisoners by Communist brain vashers may be resumed Saturday or there may be a new blowup in the increasingly explosive situa ion Lt Gen K S Thimayya Indian chairman of the Neutral Nations Repatriation Commission said that the 7800 antiRed North Korean prisoners had agreed to face Com munist questioners will try to get them to go home Not Sure But he added the North Koreans lad made certain demands about procedure that the commission lad rejected them and that he could not be sure the questioning vould really start Shortly afterward the Commu nists suddenly called a meeting of Ihe military armistice commission for 3 pm Saturday 12 am mid night Friday CST to discuss pris oner problems The commission consists of United Nations Chinese Commu nist and North Korean officers who supervise the truce It has not met since Oct 20 The Communists may want to discuss either the questioning of antiRed prisoners or a Neutral Nations Repatriation Commission investigation of the murder of four prisoners who apparently changed their minds and let it be known that they wanted to go home Suspended 13 The questioning antiRec NEW Air Force F100 super Sabre jet skims low over the California desert as It exceeds the world speed record in a twoway run near Salton Sea Thursday The plane av eraged 75498 miles an hour in the two runs Milk Strikers Still Out Mayor Threatens to Lock Up Negotiators YORK Vincent R Impellitteri threat ened Friday to lock up milk strike negotiators in City Hall until they reach a settlement The walkout of milk truck drivers and plant workers in a wagehour dispute five days ago has cut off milk supplies to 12 million people in the New York metropolitan area Impellitteri issued his nouncement after AFL Team sters Union negotiators represent ing the strikers failed to appear at a conference he had called at City Hall Industry representatives showed up at 11 a m but the union men had failed to appear 20 minutes later Impellitteri said he would give both sides several hours to ne gotiate on their own and then act if they failed to reach an agree ment Pie said he would invoke po lice aid if necessary Marathon direct negotiations be tween the industry and union broke off temporarilyat a m when the union negotiators walked out of a bargaining session Were going home to sleep Samuel J Cohen union attorney told newsmen at that point The walkout seemed oh the verge of settlement for the past two dayswith federal state ami city mediators taking part in the lengthy sessions Thursday onthe basis opti mistic statements issued by nego tiators fleets of big milk trucki rolled toward the city BULLETIN OSLO Norway W The Norwe gian Noble Institute announced that Albert Schweit zer Alsatian humanist and med ical missionary was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for 1952 and former US Secretary of State Gen George the prize for 1953 C Marshall Pianist Dies in Tragedy SAN FRANCISCO The only survivors here are rescuers Thats how Coast Guard Chief Wilson Jennings described by radio the grim scene 25 miles south of where a British Pacific Airlines here Thursday Commonwealth DC6 crashed and burned killing all 19 aboard Among the 11 passengers were William Kapell 31 brilliant New York concert pianist returning from an Australian He was the only American aboard Also aboard was an Australian John Feher and his 8yearold son John who was being brought to the United States for treatment of searching parties which have been combing the rugged countryside will come up with anything tangible If we get a good break we may develop something said Boss hard So far we have had none despite the fact our searchers have worked hard at their job Bosshard conferred in his office Thursday with FBI agents but de clined to discuss the nature of the conference Under the Lindbergh aw the federal agents could come into the case week from the girls disappearance there was evidence of kidnap ng Theres no such evidence Bosshard said This is asex crime rather than a kidnaping Bosshard disclosed that the slate crime laboratory had determined Jial a pair of girls panties found several days ago under a railroad underpass are stained with human blood The underwear the same type and size worn by Miss Hart ley has not been identified as hers Stains on a house near the Vig go Rasmusen home from where Evelyn disappeared last Saturday night while tending the Rasmus sens baby are of human blood type A Bosshacd said Miss Hartleys blood type has not been determined crippled arm caused by polio AP Wlropholo PLANE VICTIM CARRIED UP workers inch their way up a gteep mountain side as they remove a body from wreckage of a British Common wealth plane 25 miles south of San Francisco China Seeks Jap Peace TOKYO China waved a peace feeler at Japan Friday after signing an 84milHondollar trade pact with an unofficial mission o Japanese legislators But the Communists insisted that Japan break with Nationalist China and the United Stales Peiping Radio said Chinese Vice Premier Kuo Mojo told the Japa nese that normal peace even a nonag gression pact is quite within th scope of consideration It also broadcast a long editorial from the Peiping Peoples Daily expres sing the same sentiments But Kuo said Japan must firs break off diplomatic relations with Nationalist China and renounce it mutual security pact with the United States The Communist move has long been anticipated since Feipjng thii spring started sending back abou 30000 Japanese held in China since 1945 North Korean and Chinese prison ers has been suspended for because the Koreans refused tc ace the Communist braimvashers and the Communists refused to question Chinese prisoners first For the moment the whole ques ioning situation was confused ndiaii spokesmen issued conflict ng statements But Thimayya said the UN and Communist commands had been ictified that the prisoner inter iews would be resumed at 8 am iaturday 5 pm Friday Thimayya said the prisoners change their minds and gain refuse to leave their com proposes to send 500 f them to be questioned Saturday morning Normal Procedure Under normal procedure anoth r 500 would be questioned in the afternoon Thimayya did not disclose de nands the prisoners made as the irice of resumed questioning 11 vas believed however that they nsisted they would be questioned n groups by the singly Thimayya first told correspond cnts that the Koreans arc coming oiit for explanations questioning omorrow But then he mentionedthe de mands the prisoners hadmade lie said that he agreed they might pre sent the demands to the neulra nations commission But othei members the commission re fused to receive the demands he said I dont know what will hap xn Thimayya said after the com mission turned down the prison ers request But I hope they wil attend the explanations We have been trying o ge hem to attend the explanations but they put up certain demands Thimayya said They said they wished to pu their demands up to the NNRC anc the world press rAII About The Weather City Mostly fair and coole Saturday Iowa Mostly fair Saturday Partly cloudy throug Saturday GlobeGazette weather data u to 8 a m Friday Maximum Minimum At 8 a m YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum G6 42 47 55 29 US Asks UNto Take Up Charges of Red Atrocities World Is Shocked by War Tales UNITED NATIONS NY W The United States Friday for maliy asked General As iembly to take up its charges tha Communists in Korea committe atrocities against American am AHicd captives The request contained in a etler from Chief US Delegat icnry Cabot Jr to Secre ary General Dag Hammarskjold The letter merely asked that the em be put on he assemblys genda It was not accompanicc y an explanatory memorandum elling why Steering Committee UN sources said they cxpeclec meeting of the Steering Commit ee Monday to decide whether to gree to the US request The British delegation expressed orror at the US Army repori elling of the torture murder anc tarvation deaths of 29815 persons 6113 American soldiers Red lines in Korea It is a terrible story a spokes nan declared He said the British delegation vas consulting with the Americans n the most effective tactics to use n prosecuting the charges in the JN This was the first statcmen iy any American ally on the grue ome story which was unfolded by he US Armys War Crimes Divi ion American Production The British pointed out however hat the report was strictly ar American Army production anc had not been drawn up by th Americanled Unified Commanc ighting in Korea The spokesman said Britain was not consulted before publication of he original documented report nor y the American delegation here jeforc it decided to press charges Baby Caused All This PHILADELPHIA and baby are doing rest of the family Oh Mrs Stanley Smith 21 started it by telling her husband she wai going to have her baby in a little while Smith and friend Anthony Luce took off in Luces convertible to get a doctor Too late the baby Smiths brother Charles took off in his car to get Smith He found him at the doctors office delivered the message and started back home Halfway there he collided with a Rending Railroad freight train Along came Stanley and Luce in the other car andbrother Charlei hpppedin and away they two blacks where Luces ma chine collided with an oil truck then with atractor trailer thert caught fire Police and firemen arrived extinguished the blaze andsaw brother Charles off to Northeast hospital where he was treated for injuries P S It was a girl American Now Suspended by U N Is Linked to Spy Ring NEW YORK W An American suspended by the United Nations las been linked to a Russian spy ring of a decade ago by confessed atom spy Harry Gold a Senate prober said Friday Robert Morris counsel for the icnatc Internal Security Subcom mittee said the American is Alex ander Svenchanslty 44 who for merly broadcast to the Soviet Union for the United Nations Svcnchansky was suspended rom the UN after he refused to say last year whether he ever had een a Communist party member Morris said Gold gave a sworn affidavit about Svenchansky in tha Federal Penitentiary Lewisburg Pa whero Gold is serving a 30 year term as a coconspirator of Julius Rosenberg the executed atom spy Morris said the affidavit Avas ob tained by i Roy M Conn counsel to another Senate group the Per manent Investigations Subcommit tee Colin went to Lewisburg Thurs day to question convicted atoni spy David Greenglass in connec tion with an investigation of al leged espionage Monniouth Dillon Says He Was Mistreated SPENCER WVEmmctt Dillon ntiniated Friday he had been mis treated during the first few days of his stay in the Clay County jail after being arrested in the death of his wife last August They put a lot of words in my mouth he testified referring to Sheriff Thoral All and County At torney Murray Underwood Dillon 49 Sioux City tavern op erator is on trial for murder in the strangulation death of his wife on Aug 2 after finding her bed with Cecil Stockberger Hinton hardware merchant Dillon testified Friday he never had a bar of soap or a razor for four days He further stated he was told that Stockberger was dy ing said his head was crushed from bottles and beat ings he testified AP THE QUEENS Frederika of Greece smiles as she is served an American chocolate ice cream at a luncheon in Washingtongiven by newsmen and women See story on page 2t 7   

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