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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 3, 1953, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS EDITION VOL LX Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY NOVEMBER 3 1953 Ibis Paper Consists of Two One No 11 AP Wirepholo SEARCH FOR BODIES IN use suction hoses to remove the water from a hold of the Nor wegian freighter Black Falcon Boston in the search for bodies of longshoremen killed in a fire andexplosion which svyept the vessel Seven men diad in the blast and 13 were injured No Plans to Store ABombs in Spain All Quiet on Prison Front WALLA WALLA Wash was quiet at the Washington State Penitentiary Monday night It should have been Some 400 convicts were snoozing off the effects of a weekend bender on sleeping pills Warden John Cranor tells this story Inmate employes of the penitentiarys warehouse got curious Sat urday when a shipment of war surplus hospital supplies arrived They happened to open a box containing 40000 Nebutal tablets They passed 10000 pills around to other convicts and as one guard put it By Monday morning the whole prison population had rubber legs A man would be walking down the sidewalk and fall flat on his face McCarthy Calls Suspect in Probe on Army Radar NEW YORK Joseph R McCarthy Tuesday resumes ac tive command of his investigation into espionage at Army radar lab oratories by calling a suspended member of the Armys top Loyalty Appeal Board for questioning about alleged Communist affiliations McCarthy who has been on a 10day the wit ness woxild be questioned at a closed hearing and would not be named He said he would attempt to find 4out if the witness is in any way responsible for clearing Army employes for security work despite clear cut evidence of their Communist activities James Juliana a McCarthy in vestigator said the witness was questioned by staff members of the senators Permanent Investi gating Subcommittee last week He described the witness on the board at the time but not serving in recent months Juliana refused to say whether the man was fired in the last few days Sources close to McCarthy said Army intelligence had a file on the official that showed he had a record of Communist associations and Red front activities They said the matter had gone all the way up to Army Secretary Robert T Stevens but apparently nothing was done about it Sec Talbott Denies Making This Statement Dulles in Denial at Parley WASHINGTON of State Dulles said Tuesday United States has no t plans for storing atomic weapons in Spain If and when the United States has such plans Dulles said it will not announce it to the world and potential enemies Dulles spoke out at a news con ference one day after Harold E Talbott secretary of the Air Force said hi Madrid Monday that the Air Force eventually Hall Mrs Heady Plead Guilty to Kidnaping Greenlease Youth AntiReds Again Taunt Persuaders jaunty Korean prisoners of warrejected Communism Tuesday by more than 95 per cent turning Red win them home into a taunting cursing attack on Communist in terviewers The explanations ended in less than six hours with only 19 483 interviewed choosing to return to North Korea A North Korean general observ ing the operation sank down on a sunny bench his gray gold and scarlet uniform glittering in the sun and glumly held his head The interviews began after the Reds had made loudspeaker broad casts to the North Koreans only to have them drowned out in a roarof yells and singing from the POWs J A reliable source reported sight ing 3 flares and hearing 4 rifle Tuesday night in the ared where antiCommunist prisoners are held Peace Parley PANMUFJJpM Korea United States Special Ambassa dor Arthur VH Dean said Tues he believed agreement be reached with the Communists on Korean peace conference ar rangements but if they failed some conference must be held Dean proposed at the eighth session of the preliminary nego tiations on the peace conference Tuesday that the talks begin Dec1 or four weeks after the current talks end whichever is later A spokesman for the Indian Command said flatly however Therehave beennb shootings o disturbances of any kind in the prisoner ofwar command at any time More prisoner interviews wer ficheduled with prisoners in Tues days interviewsfollowed the pat tern already set by more than 900 Chineseand aimostSOO Korean interviewedearlierThe Red bat ting average has only been abou 3 per centfor the total Many of the prisoners in th latest group were from compounc G48 which threwthe explanation Into a twoweek deadlock Oct 16 whemthe POWs threatened a mas breakout if the Indians tried to us force to take them to the inter views v AP Wirephoto REORGANIZES of Agricul ture Ezra Taft Benson emphasizes a point as he an nounced thathe is putting into immediate effect his con trdVersial reorganization for the Agriculture Department Monday night he spoke to a conference of Southern gov ernprs t t Police Await Reports on 2 Leads in LaCrosse Case 1 LA CROSSE Wis Tuesday awaited labora ory reports ontwb leads reported Monday in the cohtinuec search for clues to the whereabouts of EvelynHartley who vanished from a baby sitting job in La CrosseOct 24 Under analysis were apiede of flesh and bone found neai LavCrosse and bloodstains discovered in an auto at Minne apolis The tissue1 mass which in eluded seven ribs and a pelvis was found Monday near Highway 33 some seven miles east of here Bloodstains were found in the SAME FLAG MEANS TRAFFIC DEATH IN FAST 2i HOUKSJ back seat of an auto at Minneapo is A pair of girls panties discovered under the front seal Minneapolis police said two Wis consin youths who were dnvin the car claimed blood wa from a rabbit they had Webster Wis about 80 mile northeast of Minneapolis TURNS OVER MONEY DESMOINES Judg William F Riley has turned oye to the Central National Bank an Trust Co of the taken by Michael J Walsh th in a robbery Ma 26 1952 Set Trial to Begin Nov 16 BULLETIN KANSAS CITY ffPCarl Austin Hall and Mrs Bonnie Brown Heady pleaded guilty Tuesday to federal charges of kidnaping 6 yearold Bobby Greenlease The two indicted by a federal grand jury last Friday entered their plea before US District Judge Albert L Reeves Judge Reeves ordered the pair to appear for trial Nov 16 The charge against Hall and Mrs Heady is punishable by a maxi mum penalty of death but under Federal law this can be imposed only upon recommendation of a jury which must hear the evi dence even though the accused pleaded guilty Dillon Trial Is Delayed SPENCER The EmmettDii on V murder trial will not reach he jury until Wednesday prob bly in the afternoon A second recess was called Tues ay morning to permit District udgejFred lawyers o complete their work on iri tructipns to the jury and other echnical phases of the case The ury previously had been recessed VIonday Dillon ison trial for first degree murder in the death of his wife Wanda 38 in a Spencer hotel room last August The 49yearold ayern operator has pleaded inno cent by reason of temporary in sanity He also contends that the torn vindpipe which caused his wifes death was suffered accidentally when she was struck by the door as he burst into the room to find ier with Cecil Stockburger Hinton hardware dealer store supplies of atomic bombs in Spain to have them ready for use against a common enemy Talbott said the storing would be done only if the Spanish govern ment agreed Denies Statement However Tuesday in Athens Greece Talbott denied that he ever said American air bases in Spain would be supplied with atomic bombs Dulles told the conference he did not know precisely what Talbott or Gen Nathan Twining Air Force chief of staff had said He added however he was sure Talbott and Twining would be surprised at the headlines in American newspapers about what they reportedly said Talbott and Twining are in Spain to study sites for five proposed air bases for joint use by US and Spanish planes A reporter asked Dulles ifhe had discussed the atomicSpanish situation with President Eisenhow er and r Secretary of Defense Charles E WijsonTuesday morn ing beforejthe news conference Dulles replied he fwouldf prefer not to go into what was said about this subject any such meeting The secretary saidpresent atom ic energy laws as he understood them1 give the President alone the responsibility for deciding about the use release and distribution of atomic weapons Leaves Interpretation He added he would prefer how ever to leave the interpretation of atomic energy laws tothe head of the Atomic Eriergy Commission who is more familiar with the specific provisions of the legisla tion Sen Green DRI had criticism earlier Tuesday of the announce m e n t about storing Abombs in Spain Green a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Commit tee said the Talbott statement was another example of people in the administration talking too much prematurely Dules also questioned whether world Communist leaders want to have any serious talks on any con crete subject The United States very much hopes they do Dulles said but has reason to doubt it He cited the Communist tactics at Panmunjom Korea and Moscows lack of re sponse to Western effort to arrange a foreign ministers meeting on Germany BROTHERS AWAIT Walter Walsh right holds up a poster from the Muscular Dystrophy Association for her four sons to view in their home The four Chicago brothers are victims of the disease andpainlessly awaiifdeath They are left to right Walter 25 Gerald 17 Kevin 15 and James 2563 Votes Cast T 1 f Unusually Heavy Early Vote In City Election n Mason pity rolled up anunusuajly heavy early Tuesdayscity with 2563 Votes by 2Vclcck Lake had J the Ttigi excitementin Masori City Citizens ticket and Toi4ir l f Party WIrepliolo SHOULDERS Lt Louts Shoulders former mem ber of the St Louis police force who captured the kidnapers of Bobby Greenlease isshown in Hawaii with his landlady June Marie George Shoulders said he hopes to marry Miss George if he canget a divorce from his present wife declared he very much hopes for a resumption of normal between Iran arid Britain and that he thought this would brighten the chances for an AngloIranian oil On The f PAGE City Council Turns Down 14 Time Limit in Parking Lots Land Owners Protest Re 10 location of Highway 16 Notre Leads Poll 15 Iowa Juggles First Team North Iowa Farmers to 20 Seal Bulk of Corn Crop Churchill Sees Hope in Weapons LONDON W Minister Churchill said Tuesdayhe feels a sense of reassurance from evi dence that the new rulers of Soviet Russia are now more interested in domestic affairsthan external ag gression About The Weather Say Letters Rap Godfrey Action NEW YORK WVThe New York Post said Tuesday CBS was being floode d with letters from r axli otei evision fans condemning Arthur Godfrey for firing Julius La Rosa The Post a aid there had been a Niagara of letters critical of Godfrey with only the merest trickle of support for the big boss of the and radio show Mason City Continued cool Wednesday High 50 to 52 Iowa Partly cloudy Wednesday Cooler central Minnesota Wednesday p ar tl y cloudy GlobeGazette weather data up 8 Maximun At 8 a ni YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum Tuesday 77 30 33 57 21 f And he atomic weap ons may yet foreseeable the advance of destruc tive weapons enables everyone to kill everybody else nobody will want tokillianybody all he Said j Churchill addressed the House of after Queen Elizabeth II delivered the traditional speech from the throne marking the open ing of the third session of the present Parliament Shespoke in the House of Lords to all mem bers of Parliament Shesaidthat among the top ob jectifies of the conservative gov ernment would be an early meet ingbetween the Soviet Union ahd the 1 three Western powers She pledged the resources and wealth of the British Commonwealth wouldbe thrown into the battle for worldpeace1 Churchill said it was with new Russian interests in mirid that he proposed a meeting Western heads of state with Soviet Premier GeorgiMalenlcpy We canaff6rd if not relaxed and strength not suf fered again to dwindle to await developments in a hopeful and I trust helpful mood he said TimtPhalen and Ed Sippel There also were contests 4for councilseats in every wardand two councilmen at large HarryJR Wolf and fPaul Pedersen were candidates for large on1 the PeoplesPartyticket and C E Lefflef andJacob Raven stad on the Associated Citizens j Ward Councilmen The races for ward councilmen were as follows First seph A1 Sumrier PP and James R Brown ter Broadbent AGP arid Leo PCarney 3rd J Ebeling and Charles A Schaffer 4th McGee Bert Sharff and Les W Ackmann Indepen Clear Lake had registered its 323 votes shortly before 2 oclock The 1st Ward1 had 197 the 2nd Ward 59 and the 3rd 67 The larger vote in the 1st Ware was attributed to the contest there for the council seat in which Floyc Nesbitopposes Fred Baum the present councilman Four candidates vseekt the two seats as councilmenatlarge They are Dr F L Knutson Seymour HalliPaulKnapp and AustinRey nolds rMayor M AHintzman has no opposition for reelection The same isirue of Councilman E L Secbry 2nd Wardj and Harold Jorgenrud 3rd Ward 8 pm The polls in both Mason City and Clear Lake remainopen until pm Location of the polling placesanc ttie2 oclock vote inMasonCit was as follows v FirsC Waird 1st Administration Building 229jls Ward 2nd 3il2nd Ward 1st PrecinctCourt house 4362nd Ward 2nd Preciric School 228 3rd Ward 1st Hall basement 572 3rd Ward 2nd Precinct Roosevelt School 213 4th Ward 1st R Garage446 4th Ward 2nd School 128 Say Marshall in Good Condition Georgi C Marshall 72yearold statesman and soldierwas reported in goot conditionTuesday at Center where he is under treatment for an inflamed right lung He was flown to the hospitial Sun day from his winter home at Pine hurst NC after an influenza at tack II Y Ike s Prestige Goes on Line in Elections i RefiectioiuVf L t Sentiment Given WASHINGTON V Eisenhowers prestige one1 after his sue Tuesday as voters streamed to the polls in New ginia and New York City Both the Republican and Demo cratic high commands were watch ing the closely for signs of any shifts in the popularity of Iowa Elections By THEASSOCIATED PRESS Spot checks made around noon appeared to bear out advance predictions that Tuesdays votv ing in Iowa municipal elections generally willbe light although there were local excep tions rVoters in 950cities and porated towns Vent fo pollsv to ballot onmunicipal offices Also up for decision in many communities were proposed bond issues types of city This isthefirsfAyear in whith Iowa cities under ntw state law are holdingtheir elections spring Sioux Citv reported that voting was light there in the choice of a council for the1 newcity man i ager plan of government the President andhis administra tion Jn the campaigning for a gover nor and congressman in New Jer seya governorinVirginia and a mayor in New City there were national overtones In a statement issued in connec tion with races the rlast weekthat the1 President favored he election over Democrats at fivery levell i V AndRepublicanNational Chair man Leonard W Hallhas declared that those who are loyaltothe President will vote to give him vidual states as well as Congress Stephen A Mitchell Democratic national chairman also onde the national interest in tions by urging party to get out a heavy vote to defeat Republicans decisively According to ttie form she the are expettal if Jersey
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