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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 7, 1953, Mason City, Iowa                                North joweis Doily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 1 O W A N S NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LX Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY NOVEMBER 7 1953 This Paper Consists oE Two One No 25 now Flood Tides Rip Eastern Coast AntiBritish Riots Erupt in Italy Again Trieste Is Quiet Benson Wont Resign WASHINGTON Benson says in re gard to rumors he may resign that he is not in the habit of running away from a fight or an obligation Meanwhile hearings on reorganization of the Soil Conservation Benson put into effect calls to delay postponed by Chairman Bender of a House government operations subcommittee V Benson was interviewed night on a CBS radio program about talk of his resigning He said he was keeping busy worrying about it The President knows where I standj he added Accused British Freighter Attacked Near Hong Kong HONG KONG British freighter owned by a firm thatSen Joseph R McCarthy RWis accused of serving the Communists was attacked Saturday by two unidentified warships and a plane while heading for a Red Chinaport opposite Formosa l The 979ton freighter Hydralock radioed its bridge was sprayed with armorpiercing bullets but there were asualties A later Dead Mans Son Testifies BLOOMFIELD slain Iowa livestock dealers partners son blinked and swallowed Saturday as he related toa District Court jury a search which ended with the findingofhis fathers body The witness was John M Wis dom 30 son of John C Wisdom 51 for whose slaying Walter M Mayer 56 prominent Santa N M rancher is on trial charged with first Mayerhais admitted thdshoot ing but claims vhe acted in self defense in connection with an aj tempt to collect money he cjjaiin Wisdom owed him Young Wisdom was under cross examination Saturday He took the stand late Friday Wisdom said he was working on the Wisdom ranch the afternoon of last May 22 when he was noti ficd almost simultaneously by his wife and Sheriff Jim Yates no message aid the vessel proceededto its estination at Tsinkiang on the hinamainland A British navy communique aid At a mthe Hydralock re ported it was entering the pilotage area of Chuanchow Tsinkiang to vhich it was bound The Royal Navy refused to specu ate on the nationality of the at or on whether ttie Hydra ock was carrying rials banned McCarthys Senate Permanent Investigating Subcommittee recent that his father hac Bloomfield been shot He wenton to say that he the sheriff and a highway patrolman immediately a search of par of the 918acrc ranch for his fa thcr They went to a farmyard where the body later was found but first their search was urisuccess ful After driving around am searching highway ditches they re turned to the farmyard and it wa there Yates discovered v Wheelock MardenTand J C ownersi ofthe Hydralbck allowed ts1 shipsto Commu nist uses jthroughsubterfuges7 v Royal Navy it ceived a message Hydra ock saying intercepted 25 miles southeast of Amoy by one unidentified warship at 5 a m Twenty minutes later the freighter reported a second warship had ap peared The Hydralock was requested to follow one of the Royal Navy announcement said When she asked where they were bound there was no reply Police Fight Rioters Al Over Country ROME S Violent antiBritish riots erupted in Rome and other Italian cities again Saturday in protest against bloody street fight ing in the disputed port city of Trieste Although Trieste itself remained quiet as US and British troops patrolled the downtown area with fixed bayonets shouting stone throwing Italians battled police in cities up and down the Italian boot In Rome a mob estimated at 12000 stormed a ring of clubwield ing riot police around the British Embassy until a barrage of tear gas sent the demonstr tors in flight At least 50 policemen and 100 rioters were injured There was a similar demonstration Fri day at the American Embassy Fierce Fight Another fierce fight broke out in front of the British Consulate in Bari southeastern Italian port city Fifteen police and 20 students were injured before the demonstrators were quelled Police also broke up outbreaks in Milan Genoa Naples and Mes sina Sicily f Except for one per son in Naples no casualties were reported from these how London Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden and the Italian am bassador swappedprotests in Trieste the situation was stillgrim At Least 9 Dead in Wake of Heavy Storm By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS many with women and children A fierce snowstorm powered by 70 miles an hour winds beset more than a dozen Northeastern states disrupting air and highway travel and leaving at least nine persons dead Saturday Another storm also from the northnortheast blew across the AP Wircphoto AFTER TCttVERlrfG Squireswho cavort ed on a 135foot water tower for three hours threatening to jump is shown being broughtdown in ropes by fellow inmates at Washington State Prison Knockout pills in cof fee and a jab with a hypo needle were used to subdue him from t rioting wittf t no o pt s marched lalong the vwaterfronl Piazza delPUnitak Union Square where the bloodiest1 fighting re sulted in four dead Friday Al have been killed in wild outbreaks the past three days Doomed to Die Several of the 40 seriously wounded now in hospitals seemed doomed to die Among them was a boy of V15 Many others were treated for minor wounds and re leased The riot in Rome two a body BAN PLAY NEWARK N J Newark Board of Education has refused permission for a production of Ten nessee Williams Pulitzer Prize play Streetcar Named Desire in a local high school andtake sallying fight forth into the second in savage give police jeeps the crowc again and again to be met with flying stones paving blocks anc trucks dashed up spraying water on the rioters At one point the mob threw up barricades of paving blocks anc traffic signs to halt traffic in the area around the Embassy The them young stu in throwing back some of the first tear gas bombs Check Feeling on Atrocities UNITED NATIONS N Y UBM S representatives r e p o r t e d lj planned sounding out colleague here Saturday to find how man would support a resolution callin for UN action on America charges of Red atrocities in Korea The 60nation General Assembl is slated to meet next week on th atrocity issue but merely to plac the item on the agenda in accord ance with last weeks recommen dation by the Steering Committe Any resolution would have to b entered when the item comes u for assembly debate probabl next month A source close to the U S del no f resolution has bee framedjyetbut Americans re portedly are mulling over two main possibilities 1 A call for the assembly to condemn the atrocities and de nounce the perpetrators 2 A request for an impartial in vestigation of the atrocity charges with a view to appropriate UN action after such a probe is held jl1 r v i i WISDOM AND Wisdom andhis wife Georgia are shown at the courthouse in Bloomfieldi as they waited to take the witness stand for the state in the first degree murder trial for Walter M cattleman accused of slaying Wisdoms father Object to Tactics Swiss Threaten to Quit Commission in Protest i PANMUNJOM Swiss Saturday threatened to uitthe Korean unless Vthe Com Vwirrerl frnm Tiavnssvncfci rinhiTtftVl and Plains States with equal ferocity but less discomfort and peril to the lesspopulated areas This was the situation in the Northeast In the storm area were these states New Jersey New York Ohio Pennsylvania Virginia West Virginia Connecticut Massachu setts New Hampshire Maryland North and South Carolina Maine and Washington D C Five killed in a New Jersey Turnpike twocar collision Least 4 Dead At least four died in the Penn sylvania storm At least 20 fishermen and hunt ers unaccounted for when caught by high winds and near the ocean Flood tides added havoc Satur day to a furious prewinter snow slorm and stirred fears for the safety of more than 20 other per sons in th Waves crashing inland forced evacuation of more than 5000 fam ilies according to latest local police estimates along a 30mile stretch of Long Islands south shore and on Staten Island The families were taken into fire stations churches Salvation Army and inland homes of passengers Power and utility lines felled in many localities More than 24 inches of snow was on the ground in western New York At Shinglehouse Pa 26 inches of snow was reported Scores of cities throughout the Northeast had more than a foot of snow on the ground New York city received 4 inches of snow Washington had 5 Har rissbur Pa 11 inches Philadel phia 7 much of Maryland in eluding Baltimore more than 6 Iowa Snow DES MOINES first real snow of the season fell in southwest Iowa Saturday morn ing but it faded swiftly after day light Northeast Iowa meantime had another dose of wintry tempera tures with Elkader reporting a low of 7 above Earlier predictions of an ac cumulation of several inches of snow in southwest Iowa over the weekend were revised by Saturday and latest outlook is for little or no additional snow In the area near Sidney in ex treme southwest Iowa was about three inches of snow but the blanketshrunk speedily dur ing the morning HARRY VAUGHAN quarters The Coast Guard said high tide on southern Long Island at a m was five to six feetabove normal x automobiles many hairmari of tlie Thimayya in directly warriedthe Beds to change their tacticsor face sus ehsion of the interviews Monday Armiu II1 Nations Repatria Man Hurt Crawls for Assistance A Burchinal area farmer Satur day crawled on his backfor1100 ards to summon aid after he re ceived cripplinginjuries rousers became enmeshed in the power takeoffof his praetor In rgood condition Cityhospital was 7 who farms two of Burchinal He was treated for a dislocated left shoulder a frac ured right leg and numerous cuts and contusions as a result of the accident Trampelfwas a corn sheller at the edge of Jhe farm yard about am when his righl rouser leg slipped into the power iakeoff The mechanism threw him and spun him over several times All his clothes in his shoes and stockings were torn off Trampeljp thrown Jrce thj device to walk1 thei crawled 300rfee o the belowfreezmg weather he hailed His son Ronald 34 Ronald contacted th Rockwell telephone operator wh located MrsIrampel and a seconc son Melbourne 17 at a Clear Lak dentists office Ronald meanwhile gave emer gency first aid to his father Mrs Trampei called an ambulance from Mason City when she returnee home a few minutes later PAY TAXES ORLANDO Fla Aver age American citizen will work from Jan 1 until May 17 to pay hisfederal state and local taxes Florida State Retailers Assn reported BULLETIN WASH INGTON WSpecia Am bassador Eric Johnston is t re ported to have persuaded both Is raeli and Arabs fo consider oinl development of Valley water resources On The Boy Steals Because He Wants to Co to Prison With Dad Pa0 Mason City Retail Sales Up for 2nd Quarter of 53 Drive Still Under Quota7 Iowa Farm price Index Thn U S AveraV HARRYTRUMAN e r e r J SVfr 7ff f Z Aviv throughout the night by snow anc icy conditions Route 17 north of Tuxedo ParkVNV cities in Connecticut Virginia and West Virginia had 2 to 4 inches Heavy Rain snowfalleased in manysec ionS followed iin countless js arated areas It turned fehovy onihe ground tp heavy slush slow stand still on Commission 4eclaredthat i two important rule changes readoptedthe Svviss would be reconsider their man ateto srit on thecommission He demandedthat 1 Indian chairmen NNRC ubcommittees which the nterviews be empowered to halt if Communist persuad rs violate the prisoners rights under the Geneva Convention 2 The Communists interview in ne day all prisoners they call to he explanation Observershere said would be able 0 win approval of the rule changes londay with support from the wedesand Indians However there was speculation hat this to a walkout y proCommunist Czech Pol sh commission members Meanwhile staff advisers took ver from top Communist and Al ed diplomats the job of setting p an agenda for talks to arrange a Korean peace conference Closed Meetings Meantime the deadlocked Ko ean peace conference negoti ations were handed over to staff dvisorsin closed meetings but Allies and Communists5 said they icld little hope of success for the r 1 United StatesSpeciaV Ambassa dor Dean representing he Allies has lost most of the hehad when he arrived torn Washington for the talks A source close to the United said that after LI fruitless meetings with the Reds Dean now realizes he is powerless to negotiate the main Stumbling r block to the Communist demand that neu 1 Homes Winds sup to 68 miles an tour knocked down power lines and cut off electrictyto about 50000 homes on Long Island Outdoorsports activities Avere cancelled in dozens of places and buses were delayed Hundreds of automobiles stalled new early season East Coast tuties on the fringe of the snow received heavy rains Norfolk Va Atlantic City N J and Nantucket RL had more than one inch of rain A killing frost reached into Georgia and South Carolina with frost as far south as Jacksonville Fla HERBERT BROWNELL Say GOP Ready to Blast HST With More Charges Shorter Than Usual KNOXVILLE Tenn Hunt said when she got her llth divorce last month that I dont have any new prospects in view blit I might getmarried again next month Thursday night she was wed for the 12th timej to Hillard Tankers ley Friday nightTankersey said Edna his fifthAvife had already left Mm and that he was going to file for divorce She is 33 He is 27 Vdughcm to Be Questioned WASHINGTON UP A high administration source said tral natrons be invited peace conference to the rAII About The Weather Harvard Paper Challenges t i Senator to Put Up or Shut Up CAMBRIDGE Mass Sen Msson City Continued cold through Sunday Iowa Partly cloudy with no im portant temperature change Minnesota No important changes in temperature i GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 amSaturday Maximum 42 15 At 8 am 24 YEAR AGO Maximum 43 21 McCarthy RWis has been chal lenged by the Harvard Crimson undergraduate daily newspaper to put up or shut up on his charge that Harvard students are being exposed to Communist professors and party philosophy A Crimson editorial Saturday re plied to a charge voiced Thursday by McCarthy saying it knows of no faculty members who acted as if he were under Communist domination and called on the Senator to actually name the professor or professors of Harvard who are Communists In Washington Friday McCarthy made public a telegram addressed to Dr Nathan M Pusey Harvard president asking What if any action the University intends to take in Furrys case Prof Wen dell H Furry who McCarthy said refused to say whether he had in doctrinated students in Communist philosophy and what your attitude generally is toward retaining teachers at Harvard who refuse to state whether they are Com munists on the ground that the truth would tend to incriminate them Meantime the Pentagon says it found no substance to informa tion about an Army Loyalty Board member who was said by McCarthy o have been oustedVor alleged Communistfront affiliations John Adams legisaltive counsel or the Defense Department told newsmen Friday the man never identified by name had never been suspended by the Army McCarthy said last Saturday the man had been removed from his duties because of alleged activities in Communistfront organizations POWERFUL STATION SEATTLE Navy has set the date for dedication of what is believed to be the worlds mos powerful radio transmitter The one millionwatt station at Jim Creek in the Cascade foothills northeast of Seattle officially will become an installation in the 13th Naval District Nov 18 SAME day that executive departments and agencies are preparing new corruption v or Communism blasts at the administration of former President Truman This source expects new charges comparable tof that of Atty Gen Herbert Brownell Jr who said jnf Chicago speech Friday that Mrj Truman promoted a highTreasury Department official despite FBI earnings that he was a Russian spy Involving White Brownells charge involving late Harry Dexter White kicked up a violent political storm and a Begged DES MOINES a copy1 righted interview the D e s Moines Register Saturday quoted T La mar Caudle former high Justice Department official as saying he begged and pleaded with his superiors to stop firmation of the late Harry Dex ter White in a major government post clash between Mr Truman and the House Shortly after Brown eUsvspeech Chairman William E Jenner RInd announced the ate Internal Security tee wjll quiz Maj Gen Harry H Vaughan ret f Mr Trumans for mer military on tho ell charge r Brownell said the FBI in sentMr Truman a report through Vaughan saying wMlat viet such communication He called r 1   

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