Mason City Globe Gazette, December 11, 1953

Mason City Globe Gazette

December 11, 1953

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 11, 1953, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for the Home DM CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER TH AT M A K I 5 A L L N 0 R f H 1 0 W A N S N E I G H B 0 R S HOMEEDITiOH MASON CIJY StOltES Open Friday and Saturday Nighfs December 1112 Until 9 Oclock VOL LX Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY DECEMBER IT 1953 This Paper Consists oC Two One No 54 ets SUI Contract PREVIOUSLY REPORTED 28030 Wednesday Bridge Club Ann Johnstons W B Cuey From lEatons Employes West Hiven Lutheran Sunday Schoo KB Circle First Methodist Church MidlandHeights Thimble Club Brotherhood of Painters Decora tors Paperhanserj Good Will Circle Hanlontown THE DAYS TOTAL s TOTAL TO DATE f CAMPAIGN GOAL jj BUM STILL NEEDEDgS Ambassador Bohleh to Deliver Message Tells Russia US Plan Is Sincere WASHINGTON State Department has instructed Am bassador Charles E Bohlen to tell Russian leaders that President Ei senhowers atoms forpeace plan is a dead serious effort to avoid the holocaust of atomic war it was disclosed Friday Diplomatic sources said Bohlen will stress in facetoface talks with Kremlin officials that Mr Ei senhowers U N speech Tuesday was not a propaganda move but was a completely sincere invi tation to Russia to cooperate in saving civilization from destruc tion by Hbombs arid Abombs White House and State Depart ment officials are hopeful that Bohlens personal message will persuade Soviet leaders at least to explore the Eisenhower plan in se cret diplomatic talks at the U N headquarters in New York Au thorities said the United States is prepared to give the most careful consideration to any construc tive counterproposals which Rus sia may offer in such negotiations Mr Eisenhower proposed that the United States Russia Britain and Canada the worlds four atomic powers each contribute a portion of its uranium stockpile 500 500 3100 3 0 500 10 00 7900 J59 SO Will That First Goal Be Reached NLESS THERES SOME RATHER SPIRITED GIV ING the first Vgbal set for the 1953 Christmas Cheer Fund is golhg tov be In the o p e nin g an noun c e m e n t W e d n e s d a y a hope was ex pressed that by Saturday noon when the days total is struck a total of at least would be on hand That means be received in the next 24 hours Whilenot an unreasonable sum it is well above thetotal listed at the bottom of the Friday gifts above Its hoped some who had planned to contribute later will be moved toact now One of the promising develop ments reflected in the list above is from Eatons employes It is expected to serve as a reminder to other groups for their annual Christmas Party All ihings considered youll neverfind a better time than BRIGHT NOW to bring that gift of yours to the GlobeGazette business office or mailit to Christmas Cheer Fund GlobeGazette Mason City Iowa Wife of Accused Communist Wont Answer Questions WASHINGTON petite bru nette husband was described by Sen McCarthy R Wis as a fugitive espionage agent refused to say Fridaywhether she herself has ever engaged in spy Ing i Mrs Louise Sararit now residing In IthacaNYy be fore the Senate Investigations Sub committee in its search for evi dence of espionage at the Armys Ft Monmouth NJ Signal Corps laboratories The witness invoked consti tutional protection against possible selfincrimination when questioned about Communist activities and es pionage She also refused to an swer similar questions about her former husband Francis P Carr the subcom mittee staff director told reporters after the hearing Mrs Sar husband AlSarant worked Ft Monmouthin 1941 and 1942 was dismissed DENTIST HEADS HOSPITAL Lloyd Rogers 67 a dentist has been named pres Jdent of Detroits Receiving Hos fital He had been director of oral lurgery at hospital to a new international agency which would develop peacetime uses of atomic energy for the bene fit of all the world He suggested that successful cooperation in this undertaking might inspire enough mutual confidence for the big pow ers to go on to international con trol of atomic weapons A Moscow Radio commentator denounced the plan soon after Mr Eisenhower outlined it before the U N General Assembly But of ficials here refused to accept this offhand propaganda tirade as Rus sias real answer They were greatly encouraged Friday by a United Press dispatch from Moscow passed through Rus sian censorship which said that Soviet circles received President Eisenhowers atomic pool speech with deep interest and consider that it requites careful study We want the Russians to know that this is a sincere serious pro posal completely shorn of any slick or shrewd propaganda or psycho logical warfare tricks designed to gain this or that initiative in the cold war one high official told a reporter VISITORS FOR THE CHIEF sfoWef to be a posingsession as children from a phans school visit Chief Justice Earl Warren in his cham bers but ends with the jurist having a really happy time with the boys and girls They came to give him an invita tion to a Dec 22 Christmas party Propose Potato Support Plan at Convention Here A potato price support plan fi nanced and regulated by the grow ers themselves was proposed Fri day at the annual convention of the Iowa State Vegetable Growers As sociation Mixed reactions met the sugges ion for acreage allotments and as sessments for a price support fund The proposal was discussed at a uncheon session of the 40th annual conventionin Mason City of Comments Comment by potato producers ranged from It wont work and well back where we were be ore every Tom Dick and Harry in the business to Id rather have acreage allotments regulations than have a mort ge I cant pay off The bill under discussion which will be submitted for consideration to Congress either in the next ses sion or the following one is large ly the work of C Fitch Ames secretarytreasurer of the associa tion It is he statedmodeled after similar legislation enacted in Eng and which has been modestly suc cessful in keeping potato prices at a profitable level Would Assessed Under provisions of the bill any potato grower with more than five acres under cultivation would be assessed from one to five cents a hundred pounds for potatoes he sold The monies collected would be turnedover to the National Po tato Council Washington DC and used to buy up tubers in years of excess production The pur chased potatoes would be taken out of circulation the aim being to prevent a glut on the market Another provisionof the proposed Jill would be to limit production throughacreage allotments set by he The importance of this said that it is an attempt o assure the grower of a fair price without submitting to gov ernment E vA Hanson Sioux Eapids former president of the association at the open discussion and pointed out that there arc three ways to solve the problem ot too many potatoes 1 Let the government reestab ish borne sort of a control pro gram A considerable portion of the industry is turning once more to thissolution as a result of low prices in 1953 2 Complete freedom under which the industry operates now sincethe endof government sup port practices several years a go 3 A selfregulating price sup port system such as the one em bodied in the proposed bill He added that if we as grow ers dont act we may wake up some morning to face a plan not to our liking On The ii Page Hoegh Okays One Form Of Bank Night2 Pairings Times Released for Cage Tourneys 11 United Home Bank Plans Remodeling Program 3 Commies Use Slowdown Rules Mother Cannot See Son in Red Camp PANMUNJOM efforts to woo home war pris oners who stayed with the 22 Amer icans and one threatened Friday by Red slow down tactics which forced suspensipn of interviews with South Korean POWs Lt Gen KS Thimayya Indian chairman of the Neutral Nations Repatriation Com mission said 30 ROK prison ers would be called up for inter views Saturday But there was no indication whether the sessions would be held Meantime in Tokyo Gen John E Hull Friday told Mrs Portia Howe of AldenMinh that he cannot al Defends Action PANMUNJOM KoVea An unrepatriated American pris oner of the Communists defend ed Friday the actions of South Koreans who have been shout ing Red propaganda at come home interviews The Americans support of the proCommunist ROKs indicated that 22 Gls who say they do nor want to go home would use the same stalling tactics if and when they face interviewers next week low her to go to Korea to try to cersuade her prisonerson to give up Communism and return home Bad News The US supreme commander in the Far East gave Mrs Howe the bad news less than four hours after she arrived here by air on a trip which she hoped would end in a acetoface meeting with her son Pfc Richard R Tenneson He is one of 22 Americans cap tured by the Communists in Korea who have refused so far to return to the free world The US State Department gave Mrs Howe a passport for her trip but the journey received no official encouragement Allied officers fear hat her presence in Korea might hamper their efforts to persuade all 22 of the unwilling Gls to return home In Panmunjom Indian Lt Gen KS of the commission overseeing the unwill ing prisoners of both the commission is willing to let Tennesons mother talk to him if she can get to Korea Howe said she wants a chance to remind her son of the hings he is turning his back on if he throws in his lot with the Communists Charges to Be Filed in Kidnap Case ST LOUIS St Louis Po lice Board plans to file forma charges accusing iormerLt Loui Shoulders and Patrolman Elme Dolan of violating regulations in their handling of the arrest of Car AustinHall Hall the kidnapkiller of 6year old Bobby Greenlease is awaiting execution in the Missouri peniten tiary Dec 18 Suspend Patrolman I A Long board president said Thursday Dolan has been sus pended pending hearings for him and Shoulders Shoulders resigned from the force but the board has not officially accepted the resig nation The Police Board president said he charges will be filed under po ice regulations He said the hear ngs which will be scheduled lat er would not be criminal proceed igS Long declined to reveal the na ture of the charges except that they would deal with the officers actions in handling the kidnaping case here Various Punishment A police officer found guilty of violating regulations can be pun ished in various ranging from a discharge to a rebuke Shoulders in commenting on the development said he had not been a policeman since Oct 24 SAME BTACK FLAG MEANS TRAFFIC DEATH IX PAST 24 HOURS Face on Television Screen Haunts Family in New York BLUE POINT NY WEarly the century it was the face on the barroom floor But that was a fable The face on their television screen the Travers family says is not a fable and they wish it would go away It doesnt though even when the TVset is turned off Heres their story The three preschoolage Travers children first saw the wom an with a fixed stare The youngsters lined up in front of the screen for a favorite morn ing program They got the show but 6ycarold Caroline ran b her mother crying We cant see it A face is in the way Mrs Jerry Travers indulgently investigated One look and she turned pale There was the face staring out of the 17inch screen even as the telecast went on The children got scared They started to whimper Mrs Travers a little nervous herself turned off the setThe face remained She then placed the screen side of the set to V When her husband an aircraft company employe returned home from they swung the set around The face was still there Radio and TV experts were con sulted One expert said It cant happen Network officials given a de scription of the woman could not identify her Ray Clurman chief engineer at the Telechrone color television laboratory in nearby AmityviJle had an explanation The face was probably an image from a previous program Clurman said and became engraved on the picture tube as a result of faulty equipment To erasethe face Clurman said would require a new tube and a complete overhaul AP Wirophoto FURNITURE STORE huge cloud of smoke over shadows a street garlanded and decorated for Christmas as fire destroyed a twostory furniture store at St Joseph Mo The fire believed to have started from an explosion swept the huilding and its stock of furniture within an hour AP Wirepholo STfLLAT Justice William Clark of the US court system in Germany works at his desk in Frankfurt despite a suspension by the State Depart ment Judge Clark called the State Dept employes pushers when he received noti fication of his suspension Kennedy in Appeal on School Site Location of thenew Clear1 Lake elementary school will be appealeiJ p the State Superintendent of Pub ic Instruction Jessie M Parker Sain Ken nedy announcedFriday Kennedy had appealed to the county superintendent of schools lazelV of he Clear Lake school board to lo cate the school in Sunset View ad dition two blocks west of the Surf Ballroom north of old Highway 18 Mrs Chappell refusedto alter he decision of theschdolboard claiming that therewas he board had abused its descretion under the law Kennedy claimed the location naccessiblc expensive because its wa mpy nature would increase construction costs too close to a railroad track and not in the geo graphical centerof the school pop ulation it is to serve Notice of the appeal was served an Mrs Chappell and the Clear ake school board Friday Clough and Clough Mason City are attorneys for Kennedy About TheWealher Mason City Partly cloudy and cooler throughSaturday owa Snow beginning southeast Minnesota Partly cloudy through Saturday GlobeGazette weather data up o 8 am Friday Maximum 35 Minimum 27 At 8 am 27 Watson Bros Banned From Hauling Ammo Traffic Bottleneck at Blast Scene MALVERN Iowa tf Shell pocked Highway 34west of here scene of au impromptu artillerj barrage when an ammunition true burned after a collision Wednesda night created a major traffic bot tleneck Friday Motrists threaded their wa past danger signs posted along a oneway traffic jlane cleared o debris by an Army demolition crew Long lines of waiting cars stood on the highway while law of ficers sent cars through the re stricted area from the other way Banned by Services Meanwhile Watson Brothers Transportation Co of Omaha own er of the ammunition truck was panned by the Army and Navy from hauling ammunition It was the second suspension for Watson Brothers in two months The previous suspension was im Josed after two other Watson xucks carrying ammunition ex ploded in Nebraska during Octo jer That embargo was lifted on Nov 27 William Wolfe vice president of Watson Brothers protested after he ban was announced by the In erstate Commerce Commission n Washington Thursday that our drivers simply didnt show the slightest of slight negligence in Wednesday nights accident The shells exploded after the Watson truck loaded with 105miI imeter artillery shells sideswiped with a truck carrying eggs Driver Hospitalized The driver ofthe egg truckEl ber Jessen 23 of Kingsley Iowa employed by the Klass Produce Co of Iowa City Towa suffered leg injuries and was hospitalized at Council Bluffs 25 mile northwest of the accident scene Wolfe said the ammunition truck driver Donald Breeden 37 of Council Bluffs was a champion driver who had driven for nine years without an accident The Watson vice president added that Im convinced the Defense De partment and ICC dont know the circumstances of the He said the ammunition truck tvas struck by the egg truck while on the shoulder of the highway and was traveling only 10 mile an hour at the time Board Also Gives Aides Pay Raises Longest Contract for Any Coach DES M01NES UP Coach Forest Svashevski who gave the Stata Jniversity of Iowa a shining placa h the 1953 national football pic ture was offered a new 10year contract Friday In Chicago for a Big Ten Confer ence meeting Evashevski accept d at once Are you kidding he told a who asked him if he would accept the new arrangement Very Happy Im sure they wouldnt have offered it to me if theydidnt think id accept Evashevski added Im very happy with the entire dea Im happy at Iowa Ihope to make roots deep roots at Iowa C will accept Its all right with me if this is the last coaching move I ever make he said President Virgil M Hancherrof he requested thelong erm contractfor Evy to ize the football picture at j The offer State Board of onrec ommendation of University Presi dentVirgil M Hanchen for the same salary he is now re ceiving a year 12 months basis salary is the highest ever paid an Iowa football coach L Im very grateful for the con fidence by the length of the contractThe money is sec ondary Evashevski said Remain at lowa J t I hope canremain at as long Im very happywith thesetup there Its a fine example of an intercollegiate athletic program Evy said he wants his four sonS to grow up inIowa1 He said hewasatkidding when be said at a banquetin East Molinq Monday night that When I quit coaching at Iowa Ill probably quit Evashevski took overUheHawk eye coaching job in of 1952 coming to Iowaifronr Wash ington State After a i slow startthis year he srought the Hawksthrough the 1953 season to the point where they ranked ninth in the finalAssoci ated Press poll of the top 10 teams of the nation Iowa wonfive lost three tied one Original Contract EvashevsMs original contracfi was for five years The new offer a 10year tenure effective next Feb 1 is the longest contract university has ever offered a5 foot jail coach Paul Blommer chairmanof the university Board of Control Athletics said I knew Evy would accept Jim Jordan university public re ations director talked with Evashevski by telephone at Chicago Friday morningand the coach said They know Td like to stay It was reported been no formal negotiations a new contract but Evasheyki had in ormed Athletic Director Paul Brechler that if any question of salary was involved he would take he same pay he now is getting jut would like to have increases for his staff Approve Raises Accordingly the Board of Edu cation approved raises ranging from to a year for Eva shevsMsassistants as follows Robert Bob Flora from o Chalmers Bump El iott from to Archie Kodras from to Hen ry Whitey Piro from to Boys Pet Saves Him From Drowning LONG BEACH Calif yearold Terry Jagars and Bunny ris cocker spaniel were dripping vet and shivering when police found themon the bank of the Los Angeles River flood control chan nelThursday Bunny helped me out of the yater Terry told officers Po ke said Terry must have fallen n and the small dog somehow must have rescued him ;

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