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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 11, 1953, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home ITY GLOBE E HOME EDITION THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10WANS NE 1 G H B 0 R S VOL LX Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy rsD MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER IT 1953 This Paper Consists of Two One No 21 rise of Trumans Honor Republicdns Win Election Wit h Backdrop of Demo Spy Charges GOP Hails Victory in California WASHINGTON Re publican Party came back to win the last skirmish of the 1953 con gressional a spark ling California victory achieved be fore a sensational spiesingovern ment backdrop Glenard Li Lipscomb Republi can is the newest member of the House When Congress meets in January the party standing will be Senate Republicans 47 Demo crats 48 independent 1 House Republicans 219 Demo crats 215 independent 1 The Republicans won with their backs to the wall Democrats had taken five successive congressional byelections this year up to Tues days California polling Arnold Concedes Arnold conceded shortly after midnight Republican National Committee Chairman Leonard W Hall in San Francisco saluted the party enthusiasm and organization work which won the race and led it a We are in trouble there Hall had said only a few days ago in public discussion of the California contest He and other party leaders had been frankly doubHulthatlhe normally safe 24th District seat could beheld i forthe1 in the fourway contest and with the national trend seeming to be against the administration The Republicans lost the gover norship and a socalled safe House seat in New Jersey last week Last month Wisconsin voters who never had sent a Democrat to the House chbse one to representthe states 9th District Tuesdays was the sixth 1953 congressional byelect tion Democrats had no difficulty in holding Democratic seals in the first three Illinois South Carolina sndVirginia There were large elements in the national party Wednesday likely to insist that thetremendous publicity about White in Los Angeles did boost Republican totals at the polls Important Part They will urge that spiesingov ernment become an increasingly important part of the Republican campaign to win next years con gressional election Complete semi official returns from the districts 221 precincts give Lipscomb 42880 votes to 34 545 for Arnold Collier had 3616 and Markheim 1158 Lipscomb 38 is a public ac countant now serving his third term as state Assemblyman He was executive secretary of Richard Nixons vice presidential cam paign During his campaign Lipscomb declared himself for lower taxes through government economy urged an intensified battleagainst subversive elements and called for support of Eisenhowers foreign policy South Pasadena The 24th District comprises South Pasadena and two portions of Los Angeles the northeastern and north stake was the House seat relinquished by Norris Poulsori Republican who resigned when he was elected mayor of Los Angeles recently Arnold a 32yearold attorney is the son of Thurmond Arnold as sfstant attorney general in the Roosevelt and Truman adminis trationsHiswife is thedaughter of columnist Drew Pearson Arnold the officially endorsed Democratic candidate was backed by several labor organizations SAME BLACK FIAO MEANS TRAFFIC DEATH IN FAST 21 i AP Wirephoto MOSSADEGH NEAR Mossa degh former premier of Iran is supported as he reaches a state of nearcollapse at his treasontrial an Tehran The screaming sobbing 73yearold politician is accused of defying the Shah and of tryingtooverthrow the mon archy f f r Over Vishinskys Protest U N Votes to Air U S Charges of Atrocities UNITED NATIONS NY UN General As lemblyWednesday agreed to air American charges that Communists in Korea committed unspeakable atrocities against UNprisoners The vote in the GOnation body was 535 with 2 ab stentions The overwhelming approval represented sounding rejection of Russian claims that the United States brought the charges only to tor pedo the Korean political confer ence Chief Soviet Delegate AndreiY Vishinsky charged the United States was trying to inflame pub lic opinion with flagrant lies about atrocities India which heads the Neutral Prisoner Repatriation Committee in Korea abstained in the vote HoweverIndiastop diplomatMrg Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit said the chief US delegate Henry Cabot Lodge Jr had shown he has a case Guatemala leftwing Central American Republic was the other abstainerOnly the Soviet bloc vot ed against taking up the charges Lodge called upon theassembly to give full debate to mur der and other heinousacts by the Communists a gainst tens of thou sands ofsoldiers and civilians in Korea called to order Lwice by Mrs Pandit as he sought to go beyond therules and accuse the United Staiqs of and criminal and of petrating She ruled that at this juncture the substance of the case could not be discussed Before the vote Lodge took the rostrum again arid wasasked im mediately by Mrs Pandit whether he was raising a point of order Lodge said speaking to correct an inaccuracy and to show a prima facie case But he was told by Mrs Pandit that a reply at that point was hot suitable 4 Young Sisters Killed in Blaze I DAYTON Ohio sisters three ofthem under 5 were killed Wednesday in a f i r e which de stroyed their modest threeroom house while their parents were gone t Louise 13 Linda Mae 4 Sharcn Elizabeth and Linda Sue 1V4 children of Mr and Mrs Earl W e s t were asphyxiated Montgomery County Coroner Rob ert Zipf said Cause of the fire was not determined V ANDREI VISHINSKY 33 Hurt in Derailment PHILADELPHIA crowded Pennsylvania Railroad commuter train derailed on a bridge over the SchuklkUl River Wednesday injur er 33 passengers One of the de cars was ciit nearly in half Twentytwo passengers were taken to hospitals Four others were given first aid at the PRRs 30th Street station The bottom was ripped out oJ the first car of the eight car train which smashed into a concrete protection wall The car scraped along the wall churning up stones and ties for about 20 feet A bridge girder knifed into the twisting car and out of the gaping hole injured passengers spilled on to the tracks The train was moving slowly oul of the 30th Street station at the time of the crash The last car had just cleared the platform with the lead car slightly over the east bank of the river Railroad officials said they hac not determined the cause FINANCIAL SECRETARY LOS ANGELES Wilma C Hefti DCS Moiries has been named financial secretary of the Womens Council of theNationa Association of Real Estate Boards Philippine Challenger Holds Lead MANILA UP Husky Ramon Vlagsaysay 46 popular former de ense minister held a 31 margin over President Elpidio Quirino Wednesday and appeared certain to Decome the third president of the Philippine republic Counting of ballots from Tues days voting proceeded in orderly fashion despite official fears of new violence after nine persons were killed in election day terror Ism Big Margin An unofficial tabulation made by a Manila radio station gave Mag saysay theNacionalista Party can didate 1010310 votes to 310348 for the 62yearold Quirino stand ardbearer for the Liberal Party Complete returns were not expect idluntil Friday In the vice presidential race early incomplete figures from all butone of the Philippines 52 provinces gave Magsaysays running mate Carlos P Garcia 551265 votes to 266474 tor the Liberal Partys Jose Yulo Magsaysay and his running mates amassed a big lead in Man ila With theVotes from all but 140 of the 1045 precincts in the city counted the official tabulation was Magsaysay 161842 Quirino 39592 arcia 145552 and Yulo 51854 Wont Concede President Quirinos campaign manager House Speaker Eugenio Perez said Magsaysay would win if the present trend continued bu refusecLto concedethe election un til returns from the Liberal Party strongholds in the north were tabu lated The Philippines News Service re ported that Liberal Party head quarters in Cotabato province on Mindanao had conceded victory to Magsaysay In addition to the presidency anc vice president eight Senate posts arid the entire 102 seats in the House of Representatives were to ie filled The vice presidential election was important because Quirino is elected he must resignin 1956 under the Philippine constitution which provides a man may serve as president for only eight years Say Thomas Marsh May Have Perished in Auto Accident PADUCAH Ky HVA check was under way ihere Wednesday to de termine whether a man killed in an automobile wreck near Clinton Saturdaywas Thomas John Marsh whose name was connected with he Greenlease kidnaping case State Police Lt James Mason said the body of the wreck victim identified as Billy Starr 45 oJ Mexico Mo bore marks of identi fication similar to those described by officers as belonging to Marsh Mason said an unidentified worn an called a funeral home Tuesday night and stated that Starr and Marsh were the same Mason add ed that Starrs fingerprints have been sent to the FBI in Washing ton to establish his identity The slate policeman listed the marks as an amputation of the left ring finger a tattoo on the left forearm birthmark on the left side and a knife wound on the righl wrist Mason said Starrs age weight and height corresponded to those listed for Marsh About The Weather Mason City Mostly fair with little temperaturechange Thursday Iowa Partly cloudy Thursday Minnesota Thursday partly cloudy and somewhat warmer GlobeGazette weather data tip to 8 a m Wednesday Maximum 60 Minimum 37 At 8 a m 39 YEAR AGO Maximum 41 Minimum 2G f V On The Officer Ttlls About Maytrs Siirrtndtr 2 Ktw Speaks Mason City 7 Liska Picka Iowa to Dofcat Minnesota 17 Waldorf to Hold Prospective L Teacher Day 14 Wouldnt Knowingly Hurt US7 is Opposed to Issuing Subpoena WASHINGTON J President Eisenhower declared Wednesday tie 1 doesnt believe former Presi lentTruman would knowingly do my thingto da mage the United Itates and personally v he never would have subpoenaed the ex President in the Harry Dexter White case For 18 minutes Eisenhower alked at a news conference about he roaring political controversy ouched off by Atty Gen Brown ills charge that Truman promoted White a Treasury official in 1946 after the FBI reportedto the White House that White was a Russian spy These points stood out T Eisenhower confirmed he had advance knowledge that Brownel was going to talk about and he Truman administration in a speechat Chicago last Friday Bui he President said Brownell die not say in talking witn him tftal Truman personally had knowledge of FBI reports on White when White was promoted Follow Conscience Further Eisenhower said he had old Brownell he would have to follow his own conscience and de cide what his duty was Asked by a reporter whether he elt Truman would knowingly have appointed a Communist spy to of fice Eisenhower replied with a crisp such a thing was inconceivable to him 2 Eisenhower would Tof have subpoenaed tTrumanas the House InAmerican Activities Committee ias done and probably would no have similarly summoned Suprem Court Justice Tom Clark who wa Trumans 1946 The President said thosewere hi personal views and that he wa not telling Congress how it business Truman in New York reported told a visitor he would appear a the committee hearing Friday Eisenhower said he was not go ing to prejudice anyones case bu that neither was he going to be a party to rank injustice to anyone He said that while the nation mus exercise eternal vigilance agains Communism it must avoid any un American effort to acuse anyone unjustly Delight Democrats The Presidents pronouncement delighted Democrats who have been crying low politics since Brownell first voiced his charges Sen Ellender for one alled it a courageous statemen for Mr Eisenhower to make No one E 11 end er added could ever make me believe tha Harry Truman is not a patriotic man or that he would deliberately damage this country It immediately clea low much effect if any Eisen lowers pronouncements m i g h lave oh the rush by congressiona Republicans to bring the whol notable cast before them for an investigation Both the House unAmerican Activities Committeeand the Sen ate Internal Security Subcommit ee have moved toward inquiries To Columbia SC Getting the jump Chajrma Velde RIU of the House grouj has issued subpoenas for Jame F Byrnes who was Trumans sec retary of state and Har ry Vaughan who was Truman1 military aide to appear before Thursday Velde has subpbenae Truman and Clark for Frida morning Meantime Velde announced Wed nesday afternoon that a subcorn mittee would go to Columbia SC to receive Byrnes testimony Ear Her Byrnes had declined to corn to Washington before th group Senate group has T Lama Caudle who was an assistant at torney general under Clark tabbec for testimony but has set no date The Senate committee ha Vaughan under summons to testi fy Thursday Robert Morris coun sel said Vaughan will be ques tioned first in a closed session am then at a televised public hearin public hearing to begin be tween and 3 pm GST Even before Eisenhowers state rnents there had been the pros pcct of a fight in the House com mittee over its subpoenas Veld had them issued without consultin other members AP Wirephoto TRUMAN RIDICULES SOFTNESS CHARGE Former President Truman is shown as he speaks in New York about hysteria and of demagogues among us He de clared it was ridiculous to suggest that as President ha was soft toward Communists He said he did however show respect for the rights of the individual Reds Wont Accept Rules POW Coaxing Moves Even Closer to Break v PANMUNJOM with North Korean and Chinese war prisoners who have refused to goi home were cariceledWednesday for the sixth consecutive day as the tot tering explanation program moved nearer collapse There was no indication the Red persuaders were ready to accept new rules laid by Lt Gen K S Thimayya Indian chairman of the Neutral Nations Repatriation Commission The Indian general has told the Communists to interview entire compounds of 500 men each in a day or skip those who are not in terviewed Finish Screening Thimayya has said Indian troops would finish screening the prison ers if the Communist explanation program is called off The present deadlock developed after Red persuaders dragged out interviews Diplomatic staff advisers met in secret session for the fourth time in anattemptto draft an agenda 6r the preliminary peace confer ence talks The UN and Red jates scheduled another meeting or Thursday TakeUp Report The Repatriation Commission ook up an Indian reportthat some Jniled Nations South tried to smug gle a pocketsized radio transmit ter into an antired North Korean compound The set hidden in a food bag was discovered two daysago and impounded The Communists repeatedly have charged that the antiCommunists are receiving and sending informa tion by radio Definite Isolation of Polio Virus CAMBRIDGE Mass definite isolation and identifica tipn of human infantile paralysis virus was announced Wednesday by a University of California sci entist who said the development is expected to speed up the fight against polio Dr Wendell Stanley said the de velopment paves the way for chem ical analysis of structureof the germ and thereby ably lead to improved polio vac cines and possibly even to the ulti mate development of av chemical weapon to treat the research is supported by theNa tional Foundation for Infantile Paralysis Stanley said two his colleagues at the universitys viruslaboratory at Berkeley have obtained the first photographs definitely fying the human polio virus and have established with certainty that it is a germ about a millionth of an inch in ameter U S Keeping Truce in Korea Remembers T Armistice 35 Years Earlier WASHINGTON W The United States keeping an uncertain truce in Korea remembered Wednesday another armistice 35 years ago President Eisenhower arranged to go to the tomb of the Unknown Soldier of Wdrld War I there to place a memorial wreath at the base of the white marble block on hilltop in Arlington National Cemetery The Chief Executive himself a soldier by profession thus planned to symbolize the nations tribute to the dead of that earlier war He aranged no address leaving that for Secretary of the Army Robert T Stevens Oyertoning the addresses of na tional leaders who spoke through out the country was tho theme of a quest ibr enduring which World Wars I and II failed to win Arthur J Corinell of Middle town Conn national commander of the American L e g i o in re marks prepared for the ceremony at Arlington said theKorean ar mistice has yielded no firm prom ise of peace and he added There are some who say that wars are part of our destiny and it is futile to try to escape them We of the American Legion believe that peace is an attain able goal and that jt can and will be won by an America united in determinationand devotion to Buried In the rolling acres pf Arlington or at military or privatecemeteries elsewhere are the 126000 killed in battle or dead of wounds in the year and a half during which the United fought in World War I When i came in Korea about 22000 leans had died there
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