Mason City Globe Gazette, December 3, 1953

Mason City Globe Gazette

December 03, 1953

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 3, 1953, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home LOBEbAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER T H A T M A K E S A L L N V0 R T H I 0 W A N S N E I G H B 0 R S HOME EDITION VOL LX Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY DECEMBER 3 1953 This Paper Consists Two One No 47 m 1 m it i M McCarthy Appeals to People in Fight U S Ready to Question Russian Hes Jenner OKs Terms Set by Canada WASHINGTON WThe Senate Internal Security Subcommittee went ahead with public hearings in Washington Thursday after ac cepting the Canadian governments terms for a secret interview with Igor Gouzenko in Canada The subcommittees decision to accept the conditions laid down by theCanadian government for ques tioning Gouzenko was announced by Jenner late Wednesday after a meeting in his office The made public a let ter to Secretary of State Dulles asking that secret arrangements be made for the interview so that Gouzenkos security would be pro tected Jenner said he expected to be designated as U S representa tive at the interview Gouzenko fled from the Soviet Embassy in Ottawa where he had been a code clerk in September 1945 and tipped off Canadian au More Records WASHINGTON in vestigators developed case rec on threemore former Treasury Department em ployes who w e r a kept on and promoted under the Truman ad mimstration afteri FBI informa tion tKey had Communist ties was sent to the White House and various top officials n i Data from ment on V Frank Coe Solornbn Adler and Victor Perlo was read into the record at a public hear ing by the Senate Internal Se curity Subcommittee thorities tp a Russian spy ring op erating in Canada with contacts in the United been livingVin un der protection ofthe Royal Cana dian Mounted Police Whether Gouzenko will agree to being questioned by the subcom mittee is in He was quoted earlier this week as saying he would decline to be interviewed for fear of jeopardizing the safety of his wife two children and him self Authorities at Ottawa said Wednesday night the Mounted Po lice would find out from Gouzenko whether he is willing to be ques tibned He told the Mounties last Oct 27 he has rio new information bul subsequently he made a statemenl in which he said he felt he could give the Jenner subcommittee some useful advice i Medical Milestone at SUI CITY of scientists said Thursday that the first child ever conceived by insemination with deep frozen male sperm cells should be delivered in less than three months Xrays of the unidentified mother show the foetal skeleton is veloping normally and the child is expected to be absolutely normal in every way Two other Iowa women are now carrying children conceived by the frozen sperm cells but their pregnancies are not as advanced according to Drs R G Bunge and J K Sherman of the department of urology at the University of Iowa Medical School A spokesman for the university said wont give out any more information for months Bunge and Sherman did not identify the women who submitted to the experiment and would disclose no details Bunge said revelations about the marital status of the women or about who furnished the male cells and other related information would disclose the womens identity and affect their personal lives 30 More Stay With Reds Allies DownHearted With PWs a Pound for Steer CHICAGO Lone Star rand championof the 54th Inter ational Live Stock Exposition old Thursday at a rec d a pound The steer owned and shown by liss Sue White 18yearold 4H Club girl from Big Spring Tex vas bought by Albert Pick presi ent of the American Hotel Assn The 1953 grand champion weighs bouf 1015 pounds but its exact veight will not be known until it caches the scale house s expected to bring Miss White etter than PANMUNJOM Korea authorities Thurs day voiced fears that months and years of Communist in doctrination and discipline may close the ears of most of the 22 Americans still held by the Reds to the United Nations invitation to come home to freedom Doubts of the effectiveness of the brief interviewsper mitted with the men who chose Communism arose from tne second UN defeat in its ef orts to win back South Ko rean War prisoners who elected to stay behind the Bamboo Curtain Like the storybook soldiers of the French king 30 South Koreans marched right up the hill to the UN explanation tents Thursday hen marched right backagain r Not One of 60 U N Raps Communists UNITED NATIONS N Y W The UN General Assembly Thurs day expressed its grave concern at Red atrocities in Korea and approved an American call for stiff condemnation of such actions Over bitter Soviet opposition the 60natjon Assembly approved a westernsponsored resolution of condemnation by a vote of 425 with 10 abstentions The balloting followed three days of vitriolic debate in which Henry Cabot Lodge Jr of the United States accusedthe North Koreans and Chinese Communists of kill ing nearly 38000 UN soldiers arid civilians in Korea as a part of high Kremlin policy The five negative votes were cast by the Soviet bloc The 10 absten tions were mostly Arab nations by Asian and CALIFORNIA STUDY DAVIS Calif economists at the University of California campus here have un dertaken to study the costs of con verting the states brushland into meatproducing rangeland 1 s APWlrephoto ENTERTAINERS Dunne cwho is Mrs Francis S Griff in in private life and Dennis Day who was baptized Owen P MdNulty were among the 37 laity and clergy tbbe honored by the Catholic Church in ceremonies in Houston Tex They became Lady and Knight respec tively in the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem In two days not one of 60 South Koreans interviewed rejected Com munism All came dutifully to the ex danations conducted by smartly uniformed patient South Korean officers They heard the explana tions out with polite but bored at ention Then they returned to a man to Red custody They with the 30 who turned heir backs on their antiCommun st homeland Tuesday will be held n Indian custody until Jan 22 vben theywill be released to the lommunists In addition to losing the 30 the United Nations Thursday lost four additional men who once re nounced Communism while UN prisoners of war Thursday the our told Indian custodial troops hey wanted to be repatriated to heir Red homelands They were landed over to the Communists Frankly Pessimistic American and South Korean off cers taking part in the explanation sessions or sitting inas observers vere frankly pessimistic after the explanation session They said they had hoped that at least four out of every 30 South Koreans interviewed would choose to return to democracy They still were hopeful they might coax a maximum of 15 o the 22 Americans to return home Siamese Twin Dies After Operation LONDON of 6month old Siamese twins died Thursday after an Americantrained surgeon separated the African girls in delicate operation On Tlie Pagi Holy Family Cagers Post 4th Straight Win 19 Nativity Again Shown at Algona 21 Ctrro Gordo Property Taxei Practically Paid 14 SAM E DAT BLACK FLAG MEANS THAFFIO DEATH IN JTA4X 34 BOUKSJ GOAT GETS INTO CHURCHILL WELCOME ACT Minister AP Wirephoto Churchill strides across Bermudas KindleyField for his inspection of an honor guard of Royal Welch Fusiliers after his arrival for the Big Three talks The Fusiliers goat mascot Billy also stands at attention for the inspection Laniel Arrives on Eve of Big Bermuda Meeting TUCKERS TOWN BennudadrVPremier Joseph Laniel f France arrived at this holiday island Thursday to join 3rime Minister Winston Churchill in pressing for an affirm ative American answer to Moscows bid to a Big Four for ign1 ministers conference Indications are that the US position on that issue will 36 one of the major items discussed when the two sit down President Eisenhower on Friday to begin shaping the Wests strategy iii the continuing M i AP Wlrephoto CONFERENCETABLE conference tablewith notepaper and flags of the Big Three nations in place which willbe used forthe global policy talks of President Eisenhower Prime Minister Churchill and Pre mier Laniel inBermuda Czech Family of Girl in Iowa Escapes Iron Curtain VIENNA Austria Czech grandfather tcjld Thurs day how he and four of his family one a pregnant woman escaped from their Communistruled homeland by hiding or a week under a pile of lumber on a freight train Bedrich Cech a 52yearold baker said he and his family Beared arrest by Czech police because his daughter Vlasta is married to a former American Gl Ronald K Brown who s employed in Des Moines lowa Cech told a news conference in that thirst and sickness nearly wrecked 1he escape of the party which included his sonj Marion 30 his pregnant daughter in law Drahomira 24 and their two children Ladislav 4 and Vlasta 2 Three Times The Triestebound train on which they were huddled crossed and re crossed the Iron Curtain three times before they finally reached the safetyof the American zone of Austria last Thursday Customs inspectors overlooked the refugees hidden under the loadrof wood Cech said the job held by his son Marion as an executive with a saw mill in Cervena 96 miles from the Austrian border suggested the means of escape After his daughter Vlasta dis appeared to come to Austria to marry Brown Cech was forced to take a laborers job Marion al though hot aCommunist was per mitted to hold a top job because of a shortage of lumber experts Gives Details Cech gave these details of the amazing escape plan On Nov 19 Marion ordered an open freight car from the sawniil to be loaded in such a way thats sixfootsquare space would be lefi under the lumber The family climbed in The children were giv en sedatives The family took two suitcases with family heirlooms an oxygen tank rolls of tarpaper tools food liquor water and a strong Publishers Reject vers NEWYORK have urned down a photo engraver mion proposal cutting demands about half a federal mediator an nounced and the citys newspape strike Thursday went into its sixtl Prior to the newspapers action Lhe union had rejected a proposa by the publishers for arbitration of four deadlocked issues includ ingwages and hours Negotiations were recessed short ly before midnight and will be re sumed Thursday afternoon About The Weather Mason City Colder Possibly on to two inches of new snow bj Friday morning Iowa Friday cloudy occasions light1 drizzle north or snow flurrie Minnesota Rain southeast heav snow most of north GlobeGazette weather data u to 8 a mThursday Maximum 37 Minimum 32 At 8 am 37 Precipitation 13 YEAR AGO Maximum 31 Minimum 25 Asks That Letters Be Sent to Ike Denies Trying to Control GOP WASHINGTON UFiSenl McCar thy RWis stuck by his criticism of administration foreign policy Thursday and called on Americans who feel as he does about blood trade with Red China to make their views known to President Ei senhower He said he thinks Eisenhower is an honorable man and fwill follow the will of the American people if that will is known to him And vin further disagreement with the President McCarthy de clared that Communists in govern ment will be an issue years elections most important political issue for many years to come Asks Reappraisal McCarthy urged too in a state ment thatSecretary of State Dulles reappraise our whole ward allies dealing with Commu nist China But he declared at the Officers Ask Higher Pay for Military WASHINGTON WMA group of generals and admirals Thursday for a military pay boost and other actions to halt what they ermed an alarming deterioration in the career military service Military service has lost much of its attractiveness as a career said a study committee named by Secretary of Defense Wilson last ipring at the direction of President Eisenhower Serious Consequences Unless the present trend of ca eer personnel leaving the service can be reversed most serious con sequences to the national defense effort will result Assistant Secretary of Defense Hannah in making public the re committee careful at ention from the military services he Defense Department and the Joint Chiefs of Staff Hannah added that release of the report im plied neither its approval nor ac ceptance in every respect Earlier Report6 Anearlier report submitted by the1 group headed by Rear Adm J Womble Jr was turned back by Hannah for study and writing The report as issued moreover omitted the committees specific allocation of ilame for many of the weaknesses ihe group foundin current mil itary morale situation port of the fiveman said it would receive cold war Favor Meeting Both Churchill who arrived here Wednesday complete prepara tions historictwicepost poned conference and Laniel favor an early meeting withRussia President Eisenhower who will fly here from Washington on Fri day hasmade no advance commitments There wasspeculation here that the United agree con ditionally to meeting in Ber U S State Department has indicated those conditions would include assurances that Ger many and Austria be on the agenda of the proposed foreign ministers conference It also appeared almost certain that a Big Four meeting if held could not be called before mid January because of the French po litical situation and Frances mid December presidential election Shopping List Each of the three principals will enter Fridays opening conference session with a diplomatic shopping list time that anysuggestion challenging Eisenhowers leader ship of the Republican both ridiculous and untrue attributed this idea to our politi cal l McCarthy replied in a prepared statement to the blasts delivered1 at him in the last two tdays by Eisenhower and Dulles Then reading it for TVand netf sreel cameramen he added appeal for Americans who agreevwifh him towrjtefor their to Eisenhower A reporter whethervhehad peal in it wasnot in text Never Follows Script i 4I inever followthe script that I give but unfortunately the senatorreplied There was no immediate ment from the WhiteHouse or State Department on fresh LeonardW Hall Republican na tional chairman had breakfast with the President and when leav ing the White House told re porters that GOP congressional and state leaders with whom he has talked are completely in1 ac cord11 with Eisenhower in the dif ferences vvith and aije very happy with the Presidents statements on the matter In a prepared statement Mc Carthy said I will continue to give my utmost support to the Re Laniel who left Paris Wednesday publican Party now and in the fu aboard ari1 Air France Super Constellation arrived in Bermuda Thursday morning A preliminary meeting between the Premier andChurchill prob ably will be held later Thursday Insurgent Group Elects Hew Head of lovta Sheriffs DES MOINES MVAn insurgent group took control of the Iowa State Sheriffs Assn Wednesday and electedCrawford County Sher iff N P Cavett president The action came in the closing session of the annual convention which brought on afloor fight over top officers Cavett was elected on the first ballot over Sheriff Gaylord Stuel ke had served as secretarytreas urer of the association and was the nominating committees choice for president Sheriff R L Blccker of Wright County won the office of secretary treasurer in a contest with Sheriff J I Shalley of Story County who also had been named by the nomi nating cqrhmittee A disagreement overthe conduct of association affairs was said to have been behind the election con tests but no details were aired on the floor of the convention Tornadp Kills at Least 8 ALEXANDRIA A mammoth tornado spawned by an early winter i squall carved a cres centshape path through central Louisiana Thursday killing at least eight persons and injuring 20 others Police were receiving only sparse reports from the hit com areas along a 100 mile zigzag path taken by the gianttwister Telephone lines were down The New Orleans Weather Bu reau warned that the hurricane producing conditions which were moving eastward might produce small twisters in Mississippi be fore the day is over Within two hours of that warning itwasborne out A tornado ripped through the Mississippi River levee village of Fitler people re ported dead and at least two per sons injured Bill Ray a reporter with the Vicksburg PostHerald said first reports from the villa go said several were killed as the tornado dipped down on its way out of Louisiana ture5 but he emphasized This does not mean that Iwfll refrain from criticizing my party when I think it is making mistakes Praises Both Men He praised both Eisenhowerarict Secretary of State Dulles in the statement but said he stillthinks this country should refuse dollar aid to any Allied nation shipping any goods to Communist China so long as a single American re mained in a Communist blood stained dungeon On this niatter SecretaryDulles and I are in complete disagree ment McCarthy said In a Republic such as ours there must be room for honest dif ference of opinion I respect the honesty and sincerity of purpose of Secretary Dulles However I have such deep convictions on this subject that I shall continue to discuss the mat ter at every opportunity and I urge Secretary Dulles to reappraise our whole policy in this regard It is my hope that such a re appraisal may result in a change of policy in this respect IOWAN REELECTED CHICAGO MVOtto G Nobis Davenport Iowa has been elected a director of the American AberdeenAngus Breeders Assm rvjbSFt ;

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