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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 9, 1953, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowos s Daily Newspaper Edited for Ike Home r ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION MASON JCITY Stoats Open Friday 4 Nights December 1112 Untrl 9 Oclock VOL LX Associated Press and United Press Full LeaseWires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 9 This Paper Consists ot Four One Fatef ul Decision on Atom Up to Unless Progress Made USEnvoy Threatens to Quit Peace Parley PANMUNJOM envoy Arthur HDean threat ened Wednesday to break off the tottering preliminary Ko reanpeace talks unless progress is made in a reasonable time and meanwhile the Allied delegation prepared to head home for Christmas It is apparent that the American delegation will be out of herebefore Dec 20 one high source said Our boys are Communist insistence in Accidents Truck Crushes Man Youth Dies on Road A pair of North Iowa accidents Tuesday and Wednesday claimed the lives ofi two persons Rasmie Hanson 55 of Irvington died Wednesday morning at Algona from injuries suffered when crushed under a gravel truck He was greasing a truck at the county garage in Algona with the box hoisted in the air He accidentally tripped the hoist and the truck came down on his head Hanson had worked for Kossuth County for eight years He is sur vived wife and six children Funeral arrangements a in charge of the McCullough Funeral Home at Algona Larry son of Mr and Mrs LloydlSmith of LuYerne nigtyt at LuVerne af ter being pinned under an automo bile threeand a half miles east of Liverjnorev hThe boy had played inthe sec ond teambaskfetball game between LuYerne and Rehwick at LuVerne LuVernehad to watch morel and Humboldt While on their way home the control of the car which turned over on Russia attending the peace confer ence as a neutral observer rather han as a voting participant has stalemated negotiations to arrange the peace talks Dean told the Reds he would not be bullied Rus sia as a neutral and warned thai would continue negotiations only as long as there is a reason able chance of success He said he had full authority rom the 17 Allied nations he rep resents to walk out whenever he ieels there is no chance of reaching agreement Meanwhile another 30 South Ko rean war prisoners who refused repatriation unanimously re affirmed thendecision to remain under Communist rule Allied explainers have talkec with 220 ROK prisoners withou getting a single one to change hi mind Thirty of the 108 remaining to be interviewed will be called uj Thursday 1 Whenr the South Koreans are completed early 2 Americans and V Briton wh stayedwith the Communists wi appear before Allied explainers One high American officer ha predicted that five or six of th Americans will decide to return fiome v V k progress fbeen preliminary pesfe since they f began Oct 2f The Reds rejected outright Wee nesday for a second time a final plan handed them Tuesday b Dean AP Wlrephota NEWSPAPER STRIKE customers buy early editionsof NewYork papers in Times Square following the end1 of an 11day strike of photoengravers which halted publication of six of the citys major dailies Private Schools in Appeal for Financial Assistance Anappeal to business and try itiJMason City in behalf of the nontax supported liberal arts col leges of the state was presented Wednesday by of r was part of aistap wide campaigncarried on by 18 private colleges inl th e state banded together as the Iowa Col lege Foundation to raise a Com munity Chest fund for the oper ationof these institutions of high er education The group was made up of Dr J W Ylyisaker Luther College Decbrah Dr Eugene Gar bee presidentUpper Iowa Uni versity 7Fayette the Rt Key Msgr Barrett vice president Harry Turner Business Du buque University Dubuque and C M and H C Engelbrecht assistant to the presi dent Wartburg Waverly At present there is a good bal ance between the number of stu dents private and public institutions There exist jjeimphatic reasons why this balanceTshould continue these cpl 1 eg eftf representatives maintain Here are some of the reasons 1 These colleges are the best guarantee we have that govern ment will not take over our edu cation system Authorities state there is not a single private col lege left in Europe t private colleges emphasize Christian education which cannot be done in state schools j 3 Theprivate colleges serve the public welfare by training teach ers More than 80 per cent of teachers in the high schools are L Ike Tells Bold Plan of Control Russia Must Study Proposal UNITED NATIONS N Y UP President Eisenhowers bold new proposal for an internati6nal atomic energy pool put squarely up tp Russia Wednesday afateful decision on cooperation with 4he West Andrei Vishinsky chief Soviet delegate to the United Nations said it is necessary to study the Presidents proposal UN diplomats declared that a favor able Soviet response could greatly advance prospects for eventual control of the a re jection would further harden the EastWest deadlock on this issue Fresh From Conference Eisenhower fresh from the Ber muda conference where he got the backing of Prime Minister Churchill and French Premier Laniel for his action told the UN General Assembly late Tuesday the United States was ready to join immediately in secret talks on setting up an international atomic energy agency to which qualified nations would contribute atomic material for peaceful pur poses i But he said Russia would have of the participating na tions He did not name other na tions but was learned he con siders Britain which produces atomic materials and Australia SouthAfrica Canada which produce uranuim the raw material also should be ificiuded The revolutionary nature the Presidents proposal the Jthing thatmade many UN delegates think it just might prove accept able to that it would not require prior agreement onan acceptable systehi of international inspection of atomic plants in all countriesbecause it avoids for the moment the whole question of elimination of atomic arms AP Wire photo DURING SPEECH Here is a picture of President Eisenhower ashe delivered his historic speech on international atomic control to the United Nations Million Tons of TNT Ike Reveals Terrific Power of Atom Bombs WASHINGTON UPhThe US atomic stockpile now possesses family of hydrogen feeblest member of which packs a million ions of TNT That a highiatomic source said Wednesday plain English of one revelationfilled sentence in President Eisenhowers address ti the United Nations General Assembly Tuesdayafternoon The sentence bombs today are more than 25 times as powerful as weapons with which the atomic age dawned while hydrogen weapons are in the ranges of millions of tons of TNTequivalent In subsequent paragraphs the President gave the world for first time an orderofmagnitude statement onthe sue of Americas atomic arsenal revealed that this country has enough nuclear might to lay waste an entire aggressor nation and confirmed that ill branches of the US military can now wage atomic war He also implied that Russia may have exploded1 more than test Hbomb and he conceded frankly that there is no defense against atomic aggression Some Cheer Others Doubt Ikes Proposal on Control graduates colleges 4 Were colleges of private liberal arts it hot for the private the state institutions Practical Body Instead it for creation of a practical operating body under the banner the UN which would engage in strictly peaceful use of atomic materials for the maximum benefit of the greatest possible number of nations For example the agency could estab lish a plant to furnish atomic power in some area without ade quate pWer resources The apparent belief of American officials is that if the free nations and Russia could cooperate in such an undertaking learning to work together in so complicated and delicate a field they might gain mutual confidence which would eventually lead to a workable sys tem of international atomic energy control and abolition of atomic weapons Seven years of negotia tion on this issue in the United Central East Part of State Snowed Under Highways Bad in tiqnsJ 1 DBS snow piled up over much of Iowa 2000 1 1600 Wednesday more than six tin evening in some seetiphst Driving conditions were ing hazardous on the opentjljigh way with some roads in traland eastern parts reported 100 per cent snowpacked and slip the Highway Patrol here Across State As ther storm across the state 4 inches of snow was re ported at Ghariton and Dubuque at noon 2 inches at Des Moines and IMs inches at Boone Sioux City was bathed in bright sunshine It also was clear at Council Bluffs Tempera tures generally were below freez ing Burlington with a mixture of North Iowa Snow Snow up to onehalf inch fell east of Mason City Wednesday morning in a belt extending from Hampton to Nora Springs and Charles City There was about a 800 600 40dr Congressmen Divided in Evaluation t President El sejihowers v progosal forj National V p many lawmakers ju ir AUUAWJL LI ilL bold stroke were i j iji ry w atomicy4agencysunlessktheinft was jOrA3C foolproof GlobeGazelle photo IN APPEAL FOR PRIVATE of five northeast liberal arts college are shown above as they rnet around a desk in Mason City Wednesday prepar ing to call on business and industry as part of the Iowa College Foundation financial assistance From left are The Rt Rev Msgr N C Barrett vice president Loras College Dubuque Dr Eugene Garbee president Upper Iowa University Fay ette Dr J WYlvisaker president Luther College Decorah and president of the Iowa College Foundation H C Engelbrecht assistant to the president Wartburg College Waverly and Harry A Turner1 Business manager Dubuque University Dubuque would have to be doubled in size t a tremendous increase in taxes t is therefore to the self interest of business and industry to help keep theprivate colleges halfinch on Charles City the ground and Hampton at at GE to Fire Suspected Spies NEW YORK Electric Co announced Wednesday it will immediately fire all admitted Communists spies and saboteurs and suspend employes who refuse to o a th before a eompetert government authority on such In a statement the company present government security program for defense plants g o o d but not fully adequatein the present con dittonbf world affairs lf The company called upon the government to set up anindepend ent security agency which would give suspended employes a chnnce to be cleared ahd reinstated The Senate Permanent Investi gating Subcommittee headed by Sen McCarthy recently has been looking into alleged Com munist infiltration of defense plants including some operated by General Electric The company great concern the public hearings of con gressional committees in which some General Electric employes though few in number have re fused to answer questions concern ing espionage sabotage or thejr Communist affiliations The company operates 131 plants employing 230000 workers Its de fense work is concentrated in 14 major plants employing about 69 000 workers t A The company said eight per cent rof the 69000 defense work ers are represented by the1 United Electrical JRadio r and Machine Workers of America That union expelled four years ago from t ttes CIO thVgrounds it Avas Communistdominated r Aid Views i About Even WASHINGTON W TheWhite House reported Wednesday that thepoint of view of the adminis tration is slightly ahead in tele grams received as a result of Sen Me G a rthy s ethePres ident appeal and the Wisconsin senators view is ahead in let ters PressSecretary James Hag erty giving this sumup said there are about 25000 telegrams and 25000 Betters in all They resulted from McCarthys appeal of last Thursday that citizens let Presi dent know if they agree McCarthy thatthe Unit ed States should ban aid to coun Nations have produced no results Eisenhower made his proposal after a somber warning that the alternative to effectiveinternation al action on the atom will be the probable destruction of civilization in an atomic war Submit to Congress Eisenhower said he would sub mit to Congress with every ex pectation of approval any inter national atomic energy plan worked out by the major powers which would 1 Encourage global exploration of peaceful uses of fissionable ma terials 2 Begin to cut down the de structive potential power of atomic those in Rus sia and the United States 3 Allow people everywhere to see that the great are in terested in human betterment rather than in building up the armaments of war noon but it had quiN snowing Nora Springs had a trace of snow which was molting Wednesday afternoon A few flakes of snow fell at Osage but it had quit by noon and there was none on the ground There Was no snow at Northwood up till 1 prrf and none was reported at Austin Minn light rain snow and fog reported 36 The Highway Patrol reported blizzard conditions at noon in Jack son and Jones Counties in eastern Iowa Highways were said to be nearly impasable in that section Line Drawn Snow ranging from light to mod erate and heavy or was fall ing southeast of a line from Coun cil Bluffs northeast to Charles City this line there was little or no snow The Weather Bureau said parts of eastern Iowa might get six to eight inches of snow as the storm moves out of the state Mason Union 408 First Christian Church Missionary Dept c Elk Creek Rachel Circle KenselE Mason City Printing Pressman Assistants Union S90 No 39 j St Vincent De Paul Society Holy Family Parish Forlnlihlly Club 1 Freeman Ladles Aid Junior Dorcas Seventh Day Ad yentlst Church Central Lutheran Church LadieSt Gnlld Mascla Club Council of Social Agencies H Bliee CrontnDexter Auxiliary Spanish WarWeterans Athcolan Club East State Street Club The Ihreo Bs St Paul Joyce Kilmer Club GlobeGazette Company P L W E II 1000 1008 500 S 00 ISM KM 200 800 1000 500 350 3875 1000 GOO 300 Cioi 300 200 4000 2000 1500 a member yjf Atomic said in an interview fie1 doubts the UN is in to exercise nec essary controls informationv rj r4V1 Knpwland ofi California Re publican floor a b i L m e m b of atomic the be workable only if saf eguards 1 i i i L v are established j certain are nott cony ertingjfrom weapons tOypower plants while the Soviet Union wasvbusily engaged in Rep Ei senhower prbposalv So viet Russia with an opportunity to demonstrate to the world the peaceful intentions she has pro fessed so often THE DAYS TOTAL S 1DDRO 330020 On The Inside noted the pres ent government security program is it keeps security risk employes from classified work or information It added that un der present procedures the govern ment does not tell the company the reasons an employees deemed a security risk tries trading wiUrRed China Theview of the President and Secretary of State Dulles is that the United States needs allied friends more than ever these days and must not be put in a position of coercing or dictating to an ally About The Weather Clear and colder night low 3 to 5 COMPOSER DIES OSLO Norway androvich Dobrowen 59 noted Russianborn conductor aridcom poser died here Wednesday of cancer Mason City Wednesday above Iowa Thursday partly cloudy warmerwest Minnesota Thursday partly cloudy warmer north and west GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 xMaximum At 8 am r BOY CHRISTMAS SEALS SUSI STILL NEEDED 753 Cheer Fund Gets Under Way NCE A G A I N A CHRIST MAS CHEER FUND SOLICIT A TION IS UNDER WAY OUt of the fullness of their hearts the peo ple of this com munity a re go ing to turn over a minimum of in cash so that come Christmas morning there will be no homes with Empty Stockings We make this prediction with an unqualified confidence The annual venture in applied was launched 28 years ago Not once has there been a failure to provide what was asked Always there has been an exceeding the goal The same generoushearted people who have responded in the past are still with us Why shouldnt we view this years solicitation with confidence Nobody Pressured Nobody is pressured into giving The only appeal is through the col umns ot ho GJobcGazcUe The giving is 100 cent Junior College Scores Sixth Win M45 2t City Bus Service Likely to End April 1 33 Plan Yule Festivities for SUI Hospital Patients 1 thats the wonderful fact about the whole1 s As always in the past fthe ad ministration of thefund be in the hands of Family ServiceInc with Miss Doris Bruce incharge This newspapers sole partin the project is acting as a clearing house for The list above is the pre sented Each day there will be a like list Unless donors specifically suggest the use of initials orafrony mous designations such as A Friend names will be Ends Dec 24 The solicitation will come to an end on Thursday Dec 24 means an even dozen fgiving days By a simple of mathematical calculationyoull additloB to the fund must average almost 4200 a ttfe Saturday will pass and that thelempo will pick up sharply from that point on Your or be either brought to the Globe Gazettes business office or mailed to Christmas   

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