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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 8, 1953, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Newspaper Edited lor the Home DM CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TH E N fWSP APE R T H AT M A K E S A L L N 0 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 TUESDAY DECEMBER 8 1953 This Paper Consists of Two Ona No 51 International Atomic Agency V m Allied Peace Offer Agreement Is Near in N Y Paper Strike NEW YORK Tue day accepted and leader said they would recommend ac ceptance by union members of mediatorsformula to end the 11 day New York newspaper strike Denis Mi Burke leader of 40 striking AFL photoengravers toll reporters that officersof the strik ing local wouldurge a member ship meeting to accept the forriiul even though the strikers negotia ting committee was divided on the proposal William Mapei president of th Publishers Assn of New York City told newsmen The publishers accept the rec ommendations of the federal gov ernment made through its media tion and conciliation service Burke made his announcemen as the union membership was gath ering to vote on the proposal We h6pe our proposaHvill solve problems Chief Mediator Wai Sales Down NEW YORK York department stores which ha v e Sfone without advertising space in mttropolitan daily news papers fornine days neared the peak of the Christmas shopping season Tuesday with sales run ning per cent under last year The FederalReserve Bankof New York reported the decline in dollar volumeoh the basiTof con fidential information from 1 ma jor department storesSales for the week which ended last Sat urday were five per cent under those in triecorresponding week in 1952 The strike of photoengravers against the citys major news papers which began Nov 28 was forcing the big stores to rely on radio television and other media for advertising ter A aiagglip said shortly before the mediators began separate cau cus meetings with representatives of both sides The strike was in its llth day The picket lines of the 400 en make the engravings that reproduce pictures in newspa idled some 20000 other employeswhose weekly payroll is two million dollars Earlier the Newspaper Guild of New York whose members include editorial employes announced it had planned to publish in a mat terof days a daily newspaper to help fill the public need for news and advertising1 Guild members had refused to cross picket lines BOY CHRISTMAS SfoLS COULDNT DO IT AGAINPete Porro J SE figures he couldnt do this trick agaan with his car even if he tried Porro was driving north on North Federal at about noon Tuesday when he made a right turn on to llth NE He made the turn a little bit too sharply how eveivand the machine climbed right up a guy wire hold ing a power pole Porro is shown figuring a way to get his car back to earth Change in Front 127Wing Air Force Are Revealed WASHINGTON UP Sen Kilgore Tuesday abeled as a change in frontah announcement by Secre tary Wilson that the Defense1 Department will askCongress for funds to build toward a 127wing Air Force by inid19B6 Wilsons statement that naval aviation we now have the most powerful and effective Air Force inPShe was hailed by Senators Potter RMich and Welkei RTdaho as an answer to critic Deportation Charges on Ole Dropped OMAHA Ole Lind quist onetime loneliest lifer in he Iowa State Penitentiary Tues day won the big round in his fight o keep from being deported to his native Sweden Lindquists attorney was advised y the US Immigration Service hat deportation proceedings against Lindquist h a ve been or dered terminated subject to ap iroval of the Board of Immigra ion Appeals in Washington Such approval normally is routine Pardons for crimes inIowa and daho had cleared the way for the uling in favor of the 64yearold indquist who was subject to de portation under the McCarran Act until a murder convictionin Iowa and a burglary conviction in Idaho vere wiped from the records On TJie Page Akers to Run Again for State Auditor2 Junior College Seeks 6th Basketball Victory 18 Mason City Council Sets Mayors Salary at 5 550 at Chamber of Commerce Christmas Party 16 of Eisenhower administration cut in Air Force funds We now have an Air Force with planes in the air instead of on the drafting Potter declared Must Continue Declaring that we must con tinue to have air power second to Wilson said in an Indiana polis speech Monday night the Air Force will have 115 wings by next June 30 and can reach an interim goal of 120 wings sooner than ex pected A wing ranges in size from 30 longrange bombers to 75 fight r Kilgore said the proposed re quest for funds to build toward 127 wings seemed to him an almost complete aboutface Earlier this year the administration aban doned at least temporarily the 143 wing goal which had been set un der the Truman administration and slashed Air Force fund requests by five billion dollars Wilson said the Air Force would still have all the money it could spend effec tively This is a change in front which lam very glad to see1 Kilgore Seek Report on Bieatind of Patient at Woodward DES MOINES Legislative I nte r i m Committed Tuesday planned to request a re port from the State Bureau of Criminal Investigation on the beat Ing of an8yearold boy1 at Wood ward State HopsitaL State Sen P r e n RMount Ayr told a committee meeting late Monday it appeared the boy had been struck with a strap about two inches wide Mhile he was an epileptic patient at the hospital He said the boy had marks that Wide on his back i Prentis said He informed a patientattendant punished the boy for jumping on another lad The boys parents the senator Mid brought him to his home and related the incident which hap pened about three weeks ago The parents withdrew their son from the hospital when they learned of the beating The state bureau has investigated the matter The committee decided to ask for a copy of its report State Rep A C Hanson R Inwood said the beating was in excusable but was understand able because it is difficult to avoid clashes between inmates at state institutions The Woodward hospital Js for epileptics and feeble minded Rep Gus Kuester RGriswold commented he did not believe mental incompetents should be allowed straps to use on other patients ers said Manpower Reserves But he said he fears cutmade by Congress in training funds may have depleted manpower reserves to the point where there be sufficient pilots and trained crews to take care of an increase in the number of wings Wilson gave no figures on money requests but Walker said the sec retary of defense probably wont iiave any difficulties in getting the full amount he requests Secretary of the Air Force Har old Talbott said Monday night the United States plans eventually to assist Japan in rebuilding her air power to provide a measure of her own security In a speech in New Orleans Talbott said that as a consequence the treaty demilitarizing Japan the U S Air Force had to as sume the defense of that na ton SAME DATEl95253 BLACK KLAO MEANS TRAFFIO DEATH IN PAST 31 HOUKSJ Commies in Rough Tirade Against Allied Proposal Allies Tuesday laid on the line i final offer for a Korean peace conference but the Com munists rejected it outright in a scornful propaganda blast the chief U S delegate termed garbage I told them the Reds this was it and we would stand on it U S Arthur H Dean told news men this is pur final offer The Communists reading from IGpage prepared statement termed Deans offering absur and ridiculous An Allied spokesman said th Red tirade was the roughest w have heard Refuse Freedom Meanwhile 30 moreSouth Ko rean prisoners of war refused t return home after talking with of ficers of their homeland They made the interview score so far 190 to 0 in favor of Com niunism Another 30 South Korean were called for interviews Tuesday At the present rate the 138 re maining South Koreans will be fin ished early next week and then the 22 Americans and 1 Briton will be called Terms of Proposal Terms of the new U S proposa on the peace conference include 1 Russia could sit in without be mg labeled a belligerent on eilhe side or a neutral but must vofc with the Communist side 2 Some or all nonfael igerent countries who have cur rent experience inKoreacoul attend as neutrals without vot ing rights They could talk on sub jects under debate but could no bring upsub jects These could in Sweden Pakistan and Chile and Comiriu riist satellites Pohfnd and Czecho Slovakia nT The meeting Iwoyld open a 3eneva within 28 to 42 days afte the present sessions end 4 Sessions would be open to the press except on agreement by bot sides The South Korean government is ued a statement saying it wouk not accept neutrals at the peace conference The South Koreans ob ect strongly to India which thej caH proCommunist Model Sets Record for World Trip CHICAGO Pamela ilartin set a new record for ircling the in commercial airliners Tuesday but complained hat she gained weight on the trip Her planetouched down at Mid vay Airport at am CST The lapsed time for her roundthe voiid flight was 90 hours and 59 minutes The time was 8 hours and 17 ninutes better than the old record 3f 99 hours and 16 minutes set ast summer by Horace Boron iallas Tex an Braniff Airlines executive of At a news conference following her arrival Miss Martin said she jot only 10 hours sleep on the rip but gained at least a couple of pounds A Leslie Valder area sales man ager from British Overseas Air vays Corp said Miss Martins ecord appears safe at least until 956 Flanked by press agents Miss a 23yearold advertising gency and travel bureau employe aid she plans to go to New York or a few television appearances She declined to name the pro ramsy said they have conflicting sponsors About The Weather Mason City Wednesday mostly cloudy and colder high 28 to 30 owa Snow north and west snow or rain southeast Minnesota Snow flurries southeast and extreme cast Wednesday GlobeGazette weather data up o 8 am Tuesday Maximum Minimum 29 At 8 am 30 EAR AGO Maximum 37 Minimum 27 Candidate Is Sent to Jail SAN FRANCISCO UP Vincent Hallinan wealthy San Francisco attorney and independent Progres sive Party candidatefor President in 1952 was sentenced to 18 months in prison and fined for federal income tax evasion Tuesday Hallinan was convicted Nov 14 of five counts of a sevencountin dictmentHe was found guilty of evading in federal taxes Wlrephoto GOES TO ORIENT Ed Howe of Alden Minn leaves for Tokyo Tuesday night where she will seek permission to go to Ko rea and see her son Richard who has refused repatriation from the Communists Mrs Howe got permission for the trip from the US State Department late Monday The South Korean ambassador said Tuesday his government would make Mrs Howe its personal guest if she is permitted to go toKorea Russia Would Belong Outlines 4Point Plan UNITED NATIONS NY UPI President Eisenhower T u e s day called on the worlds atomic pow ers to reverse the fearful trend of the atomic arms race and to set up under the United Nations an in ternational atomic energy agency to develop the peaceful potential nations to see that in this of the atom In a dramatic against the background of the Ber muda conference the President declared the Soviet Union must of course be one of the nations participating in any such project The Submit to Congress Chief Executive then clared he would be prepared to submit to Congress with every ex pectation of approval any such program as wouldachieve these four purposes worldwidein vestigation into the most effective of fissionable ma terial to diminish the potential destructive power of the worlds atomic stockpiles all peoples of all It Must Not Happen Here the painting by F S Manning YOUR CALL TO ACTION ago in 1925 this famous painting by F S Manning was used to launch Mason Citys Christmas Cheer Fund Every year since that time the picturehas been reproduced for the same purpose Never once has there been a failure to reach the goal based on our communitys needs Its that time again The 1953 solicitation is hereby declared to be formally under way Our cash goal will be the same as last When the final gift was in the 1952 total had about of which was1 merchandise The firstdaily listing will be presented in youwant your or be included in that opening list you may send it to Christmas Cheer Fund Care GlobeGazette Mason City la As in past years Family berviceInc willadministerthe fund Thisnewspapers part in the project is to receive and pass along the contributions of an always generous community ton Asks Court to End School SeareQation BULLETIN WASHINGTON Eisen lower administration going be yond its own legal brief Tues day asked the Supreme Court to strike down racial segregation in the public schools Asst Atty Gen J Lee Ran kin told the court the Justice Department adopts the views ex pressed in a brief filed by for mer Atty Gen James P Me Granery last year That brief called racial segre gation unconstitutional WASHINGTON ar ue before the Supreme Court gain Tuesday whether the 14th Amendment adopted after the Civil War gives that court the power now to order children edu cated together in schools regardless of race One round of pro and con de bate on public school segregation at times charged with emotion was heard JVIonday clashing arguments wind up Wednesday but the courts decision may be months Legal questions for the court to decide Does the separate but equal doctrine itvlaid in an 1896transportation case still apply Has the court the power to order stales to integrate their seg regated school systems Did the 14th Amendment contemplate out lawing segregation Negro attorneys opening the ar guments Monday asked the high court to outlaw segregation con tending the separate but equal doctrine cannot apply Whitehaired John W Davis speaking for South Carolina and Virginia replied that the doctrine has been approved in the courts andthe legislatures for so many years that it should be regarded as no longer open to debate SUH awaiting argument are seg regation cases involving the Dis trict of Columbia Delawareand Kansas There are 17 states with com pulsory public school segregation and three which permit it age of the earth those of the East and the West are interested in human aspirations first and foremost rather than in building up the ar maments of war New Channel speech made FourthOpen up a new chan nel for peaceful discussion and in itiate at least a new approach to the many difficult problems that must be solved in both public and private conferences if the world is to shake inertia imposed fearand make positive prog ress toward peace The months ahead EisenhoXver solemnly told the United Nations assembly will be fraught with fateful decisions Meantime at the Big Three meet ing in Bermuda which Efsenhower left to make his historic atomic energy speech the West1 challenged the Kremlin to negotiate peace set tlements in Europe and Asia and to solve the stubborn problems of a world too long in conflict In a final Bermuda communique hat occasionally rang with Churchillian omitted any concrete solutions for the key problems of Westernunity U S President Eisenhower British Prime Minister Churchill and French Premier Laniel announced 1 They are sending notes to Rus sia for an early Big Four foreign ministers meeting in Berlin which they hope will make progress to wards the unification of Germany and independence for Austria 2 They will continue to strive fof a Korean political conference which they hope will lead to both a Ko rean settlement with the Asian i Churchill Fails DON brooks Daily Express claimed Tuesday that Minister Churchill tried with all the elo quence at his command to talk President Eisenhower out of making his atom bomb speech to the United Nations And when Churchill saw his protests were in Ex press said in a dispatch from Bermuda he set about using his influence to tone down the word ing as far as possible The independent proempire paper said Churchill wax greatly upset when shown first draft of Eisenhowers pro posed speech to delivered later Tuesday He took the line that as first drafted it would profoundly shock the world the papers correspondent Rene MacColl said Communists and progress in re storing more normal conditions in the Far East and Southeast Asia 3 They will continue to struggle for peace and stability in Indo china where the valiant forces of France and the native states are making an important contribu tion to the defense of the free world 4 They hope for liberation of the Redruled Easfi European countries and reject as unjustified the present division of Europe r vy 5 The three Western Powers Will lose no opportunity for easing the tensions that besetthe world and for reassuring all nations that they have no cause to fear that the strength of the West will be in voked in any cause of wrongful vio lenceV The communique sounded a high note of Western unity and common purpose Early Tuesday The communique was issued early Tuesday after a final 13hour session around the conference tabla at the MidOcean Hotel here The last long ended at am was inside necessary by Eisenhowers plan to fly to New York to address the UN As sembly y Laniel1 still to his bed by a lung infection but reported improving may leave Tuesday night for Paris and Churchill fof London late Wednesday French Foreign Minister Georges Bidault represented his chief at the final conference sessions Two issues which figured heavr ily in preconference speculation projected European Def Community and Churchills sumed intention to urge a top level meeting with Russias Prime Minister Malenkov were left clarifiedby the Conv munfque although the IDC WM mentioned   

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