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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 12, 1953, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home ITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H E N E W S P A PERT HA T MAX E S A L L NO R T H 1 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 SATURDAY DECEMBER 12 1953 This Paper Consists of Ono No 55 STl fll ay They 11 Cons m Following Red Charges Dean Walks Out of Peace Talks 2000 PANMUNJOM S envoy Arthur Dean abruptly broke off ne gotiations to set up a Korean peace conference Saturday and angrily walked out in the midst of a mara thon Communist harangue Dean said the final straw was a charge that the United States connived with South Korea in the release of 27000 antiRed Korean war prisoners from Allied stock ades last June Dean said he treated the Com munist as a reason to break off the talks L said they hadaccused my government of perfidy and that un ess it was withdrawn I would in ierpret it as a motion on their side to indefinitely recess the U S envoy told newsmen He emphasized that only a direct request from the Communists coupled with a full retraction of the charge could get the seven weekold preliminary peace nego tiations under way again Asked if he was going to Wash ington he replied I dont know It was reported Friday that the spokesman for 17 nationswhich fought in Korea probably would return to the United States before Christmas leaving the stalemated negotiations in charge of his chief assistant In Washington a state depart ment spokesman said there would be no comment before cabled re ports of the breakoff had reached the capital and officials had a chance to study them Deans walkout ended a 5 hour 45 minute session the longest since the talks began Oct 26 The Reds became ruder and ruder more and more insulting and more arrogant as the long session wore on Dean said It was evident he added that they wanted to become so rude and so arrogant as to force discontinuance of the talks He said the Communists may iave to break off the ne gotiations because they want to escape their responsibility under the armistice agreement for a uni fied Korea It is obvious that they are now doing everything they can to pre vent the unification of Korea he added Dean accused the Communists of holding American and South Ko rean war prisoners as slave labor ers Couple Says Phantom TV Set Must Go BLUE POINT N Y UP Long Island couple went shopping for a new television set Saturday to replace the haunted one which retained the image of singer Francey Lane for 51 hours after she finished a song day Mr and Mrs Jerry Travers said the phantom picture of Miss Lane which frightened their three chil dren had finally disappeared But Travers an aircraft company em ploye wants a new TV set to make sure the hex wont return Theres been no peace around here since this thing happened Travers said About 50 persons including the phantomlady the Travers Kbine after word go out that their TV set had given sanctuary to a ghost The picture vanished as mysteri ously as it appeared last Wednes day morning All of a sudden it began mov ing and moved right to tlurctmte of the tube and sort of disap pearedj Travers said Several TV technicians and re pairmen had visited the Traver home to stare in awe at the pictur and offer a diagnosis of the trouble Observers Say Beardsley to Run for Senate Talks to UrS PQVVs Slated PANMUNJOM WVSix of the 22 American war p r i s o n e r s who stayed with the Communists are loappear Monday before fel low Americans who will try to talk them into coming home 22 balky Americans and Briton are reported to have prom ised to meet with U S persuaders They will come out said Lt Gen K S Thimayya Indian chair Stays in Japan TOKYO UP Portia Howe will remain in Japan at least two or three days to hear whether her war prisoner son re jects Communism The Alden Minn housewife Friday was denied permission to go to Korea and plead with him personally Expect Him to Announce in By DWIGHT McCORMACK DES MOINES consensus political forecasters both inand out of Des Moines is that Gpv William S Beardsley will announce his candidacy for the US Senate soon after the first of the year The governor himself reiterated as recently as this week I really dont know what Im going to do will have nothing to say until after the first of the year Several possible candidates for various are withholding their announcements until Beard PREVIOUSLY JlErpRTED S A Friend Union Happy Hustlers Clear The Germ Harriett Barby Apollo History Clul Daughters of the Land Ml Club Ventura From the Tucs Dinner Club Man ly Osage Friend C W Smiths C Ktmm Mr Mrs Energetic Class First Congrega tional Church Novel Club Arthur E Meyer Trinity Lutheran Junior League 350SO 200 oo 100 ntio 200 500 300 man of the Neutral Nations Repa triation Commission I am quit sure they will come out The U N Command abrupt switched from interviews wit South Korean prisoners after Re stalling tactics forced suspensid of the sessions for the secon day j AP Wirephoto THE FACE ON THE TV SCREENrSinger Francey Lane holds a photograph of her facial image which appeared for two days on a television screen in the home of Mr and Mrs Jerry Travers atBlue Point NY regardless of which channel the set was tuned to Late Friday the image faded and the set returnedto normal Says Army Navy Sliced to Build Air Power THE DAYS TOTAL TOTAL TO DATE CAMPAIGN GOAL CASH STILL NEEDED First Goal Missed for Wirephotb TINSELED 75foot h i g h Norway spruce towers above the statue of Prometheus in Rockefeller Center in New York after its 6500 sevenwatt bulbs were lighted for the annual Christmas festivities America Is Encouraged by Report Administration Very Hopeful LONDON UP Soviet Fbreiga Minister Vyacheslav M Molbtbv promised the United States airibas sador in advance that the Spyiet Union would give serious atten tion to the atomic pool speechby President M o s cow Radio announced In Washington a spokesman comment ed This is a most encouraging re port Thanki Bohfen Moscow Radio said Mbl ptb v thanked US E Bohlen Monday at tention to Mr Eisenhowers to be made the next dayvbefore 41130 5350000 Another Question Another question is whether U SVSen Guy M Gillette ofChero kee will seek Democratic reelec tion He also is expected to an nounce his decision early in 1954 His announcement like sleys will affect some others Herschel C Lovelessmayor of Ottumwa who was the Democratic nominee for governor in 1952 said this week he probably would run for senator if Gillette doesnt Love less is sounding out sentiment also for a return candidacy for gov ernor Another about whom there has been considerable speculation is County Attorney Clyde E Herring of Des Moines Herring son of a former governor is expected to An Evil Wind MILWAUKEE WVThe wind had a fling Friday with Mrs W T Van Cleafs money but she recovered entirely from theblow 1 A bundle of dropped from her shopping bag as the New York City woman left a grocery store She didnt it but Ray Engel operator of a bicycle shop across the street did The wind dipped into the money and Engel andWilliam Behrens a cycle salesman from Sheboygan fast pedaled about the street after flying and bills By the time Mrs Van Cleaf visiting her mother here discovered her loss and returned to the grocery store in a worried state Behrens and Engel had all back They were Obey Rules or Get Off Road Ammo Trucks Told WASHINGTON W Word went out Saturday to truckers with per mits to carry explosives that they must obey the safety rules or get off the nations highways As a first step the Interstate Commerce Commission ICC has ordered a fullscale investigation into the operations of Watson Bros Transportation Co Inc Omaha Neb whose tnicks have figured in three recent explosions on mid west highways In announcing the investigation late Friday the ICC said an ar rangement has been worked out with the Defense Department for quick action against safety viola tors Under the planthe department and the ICC will advise each other when either has any information indicating carriers practices In the transportation of ammurii tion and explosives are unsafe The announcement said steps which could then be taken migh include suspension of operating rights by thecommission and by the Department of Defense cur Uilment or discontinuance of the nse the services of the carrie ion A wave of protest has followed a series of accidents involving ex plosivescarrying trucks in the nidwest There have been nine uch accidents in recent months Gov William S Beardsley of owa has demanded the ICC cancel authority of trucking companies to ransport ammunition His demand followed a collision and explosion of a Watson truck near Glenwood Wednesday sending appropriate corrective ac On The Inside College Wins 7th Mohawks Lose 5453 Page Big Defense at White House WASHINGTON UP Defense Secretary Charles E Wilson has approved atomicage preparedness plans whichcall for expansion of the Air Force to t37 wings and sharp cuts in thB size of the Army and Navy it was learned Saturday Defense and Budget Bureau of ficials went to the White House Saturday morning with an outline of the new longrange be put into effect over a period of with details of next years military budget proposals Under the recommended plans which mark a significant shift from the present balance of mili tary forces conceptthe Air Force would be the primary peacetime defense a r m There would be steadily increasing emphasis on atomic weapons Informed sources indicated that the Army Navy and Marine Corps would undergo manpower cuts of close to 600000 between now and 1057 There would be eventual re ductions not in fiscal present number of Army combat come out for that Democratic ticket has thus plans office on However the he far declined to tell his Blue May Run Some have expressed the belief that if Beardsley runs for the Sen ate so will former governor Rob ert D Blue of Eagle Grove Beard sley defeated Blues bid for a third consecutive term as governor in the 1D48 Republican primary If either or both get in the race they would oppose Congressman Thomas Ev Martin of Iowa City who has been campaigning vigor ously for theRepublican senatorial nomination since early this year There already are three candi dates for the republican guberna torial nomination The announced long ago arc State Rep William S Lynes Waverly speaker of the Iowa House the last two legisla UCKILY T H IS first failure to r e a ch a goal doesnt c bu n t against us A mark had been set for the first week of the 1953 C n rlstmas Cheer Fund so licitation When the last gift was tallied nearly was needed to reach that total But the real test lies ahead Its contained in this question Can the generoushearted people of this community pour into the Cheer Fund in nine days of giving Theres assurance in the fact that in 28 years theyve never once failed But it would be a mis take to rely too much on that rec ord and on the OTHER FELLOW Make that question personal please Have YOU done YOUR part If not please bring your gift to the GlobeGazette business office or mailit to Christmas Cheer Fund Mason City Iowa the United Molotbv said the of weapons y jm portarit government would fgivethe speech of the US President on that ques tion serious attention as ithad done in similar cases in the past the larbadcast said i After calling the Russian prom ise mbst Hagerty referred to Thursdays W House statement istration was hopeful that the Soyietileaders recognize the for what it a first step to w ardtatormic peajce Hagerty patch iatelylafter it AP Wlrephoto YOUNG COUPLE ABDUCTED Mr and Mrs Don Matthews of Roanoke Tex are shown in a btis station at Texarkana as they returned home from Malyern Ark The two were abducted in downtown Dallas Thursday night by a gunman who got into their car After a night of terror they were left tied to a tree near the Arkansas town Pfc Donald Sutcliffe 22 of Detroit was arrested near Malvein after an allday manhunt Klemme Bids Retiring Doctor Goodbye 10 units andNavy ships afloat The Air Force meanwhile would ive sessions W H Nicholas Ma son City former lieutenant gov ernor and A B Chambers former Des Moincs mayor No Confirmation Two of the latest rumblings which have found no confirmation arc that Atty Gen Leo A Hoegh might seek the Republican nomina tion for g o v e r n o r and Dudley Weibel of Forest City former Iowa American Legion commander might be a candidate for the GOP nomination for attorney general However Hoegh has said repeat edly that he has no intention to run for any political office One of his assistants Henry W Wormley of Kingsley announced last week for the Republican nomination for attorney general Men Killed in Bomber Crash EL PASO Tex UP The aodies of nine men were to be brought down Saturday from the wreckage of a B36 global bomber which crashed into the side of a mountain The bomber making a ground controlled approach to Biggs Air Force Base in zerozero visibility slammed into the sheer rock side of 6000foot Mount Franklin five miles north of El Paso late Friday and exploded A number of bodies have been found but havent been identified yet Lt Don Atwater Biggs pub lic information officer said Contribution to Hew Upper Iowa Dormitory gift for the unit of a 200 000 dormitory for girls on the Upper pus was announced Saturday by President Eiigene E Garbee The donor is Mrs Nora Graf a longtime resident of Fayette and the dormitory will be a memorial to her daugh Cerro Gordo Red Cross Stts Quota 16 RECORD CHICAGO BUDGET CHICAGO Chicago City Council Friday approved a record city budget appropriating 723 for 1954 expand from its recently author ized goal of 127 wings to 137 wings only six fewer than the Tru man administration wanted Invited to Saturdays W h i t c House meeting were Deputy De fense Secretary Roger M Kyes Adm Arthur W Radford chair man Of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Asst Defense Secretary and Comp troller W J McNeil and Budget Director Joseph Ml Dodge About ter who was graduated Upper Iowa in 1913 Thefacility will be known as the Zinita B Graf Dormitory Plans for the structure are al ready well started according to Garbee and the actual construc tion should be launched in the spring The site will besouth of the SAME DATE1952532 The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy and cooler Sunday with high of 35 Iowa Partlycloudy Sunday High Sunday 3642 snow in the north and central portions GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Saturday Maximum 33 Minimum 16 At 8 am 10 YEAR AGO Maximum 34 Minimum IS campus library The daughters death occurred on Nov 26 1950 in California Mrs Grafs own home is across the street from the campus and throughout the years she has main tained an active interest in the in stitution Upper Iowa this year has ex perienced a marked upturn in en rollment and the additional dormi tory facilities for women students is expected to accelerate that trcnf in future years Two hunters same ipheasan WINNING FEATHER CHEROKEE LT whofired at the will share first prize in the anriua long pheasant feather contest here They arc Wilfred Godfrey and Bob by Roberts both of Washta The Healing Regional Split Top Task for Demos Adlai PHILADELPHIA Adlai E Stevenson said Saturday the Demo cratic partys biggest problem right now is the healing of intra party disputes such as exist be tween the North and the South The partys 1952 Presidential candidate made the statement at a breakfast for members of the Democratic advisory council The former Illinois governor who will make a major party ad dress Saturday night 10 pm GST over a nationwide radio and tele vision hookup noted in referring to the party dispute have made satisfying progress in heal ing such disputes But while werare Mr Russia urariiuitnVtoVan intef to atomic V iThe Mplotoys interview Bohlen was the first official Soviet ment i Although nohcommittalvit iat least arid teem to ihetone of v a United Press dispatch fromM o s c o W Thursday saying Russian circles received the speech with great in terest and it would require careful study This dispatch was cleared by Soviet censors Home Service Saturdays broadcast was carried in the Moscow Radio home serv ice The text as heard here On 7th December Mr Bohlen ambassador of the USA visited Vyacheslav Mikhailovich Molotov the USSR Minister of Foreign Affairs and told him of the speech to be made on the 8th December by President Eisenhower in the Gener al Assembly of the United Nations on thequestion of1 atomic arma ments On behalf of his government the ambassador requested that atten tion should be given tci proposals which would be made in the speech of the USAPresident Important Matter Having thanked the ambassador for the information V M Molotov said that the question of atomic weapons was a very important matterand that the Soviet govern ment would give the speech of the US President on that question serious attention as it had done in similarcases in the past On 9th December in a letter ad dressed to V M Molotov Mr Boh len sent excerpts from the above speech by President Eisenhower winning feather svas 26 inches longlsenlial lying in the weeds awaiting our call to return to power it seems to me that closing our ranks and ob taining party unit is the prime cs   

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