Mason City Globe Gazette, December 22, 1953 : Front Page

Publication: Mason City Globe Gazette December 22, 1953

Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 22, 1953, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home DM CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER T HAT MAKES ALL NORTH tOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL Press and Full Cents a Consists Section M y Discuss pons With Soviets Will Probably Spurn Broadcasts PWs U N Letters m W W I f Vrff PANMUNJOM Korea UP The 22 unrepatriated American war prisoners refused Tuesday to read a written come home lel ter and their Indian custodian said they probably would ignore broad1 cast pleas Wednesday when the in terview program ends All of the Americans declined to accept the 12page appeal ad dressed to each of the men after U Gen 1C S Thimayya entered their to give them a last chance tion to accept repatria United Nations authorities asked permission from Thimayyas Neu tral Repatriation Commission to drive three sound trucks to the edge of the barbed wire compound Wednesday and broadcast mes sages to the men and play hit songs of 1950 the year most of the GIs came to Korea If I know these chaps they will go to the other end of the com pound and start singing their songs Thimayya said The UN will just blare away from outside thecompound In addition to the Americans these chaps included one Briton and 103 South Koreans Their songs were Communist music Thimayya said the UN in a lastditch effort to get the prison ers to attend explanations offered to take the men in three sections Wednesday the Americans in one the lone Briton in another and the South Koreans in a third If they still refuse ex planations Thimayya said he then will inform them of the UNs in tention to broadcast taperecorded messages from their families and friends and popular music that they once sang whistled or hummed While the American antiinter view situation remained static Communist explainers continued their talks with antiRed Chinese Twentythree of the 242 asked to be returned honie The Communists also asked per mission to end the final day of interviews Wednesday by talking to 250 more Chinese phis 30 North Koreans whosaid they want to go to a neutral nation rather than be released in South Korea Dean Says Situation in Korea Is Not Hopeless WASHINGTON H Dean who tried vainly for seven weeks to arrange a Korean peace conference with the Reds has urged the nation to match Communist stalling with patience and hope I do believe the Chinese Communists are determined to keep North Korea politically and economically integrated theirown economy he Charles jCity Man Pleads Not Guilty vCar Dealer Also Charged on Taxes DBS MOINES eo r g e Davenport car deal er Gilbert Fi Ardery 48 Charles dealer ljplf4ed Federal Cpur charges of evading in come Both men are free on bone pending trial Margulies was evading n charged with income taxes for the years 1947 through 1950 The government also charged his BIack Hawk Chevrolet Co owe in income taxes for those years Short Supply Marguiies The charge against me arises out of a situ a tion that existed after World War II when automobiles were in shor The Black Hawk Chevrolet Co was required to pay bonuses tc secure cars for its customers h s a i d What I did hundreds o dealers did throughout the coun try It never occurred to me to run the money through the companj books because I never considerec the bonus money to be mine took the money from one perso and gave all of it to the olhe person so asvto obtain cars I ha no more title to that money tha a cashier does when he handle deposit money at the bank Not Before March Federal Judge William F Riley said trial probably wont be held before March Ardery was charged with evad ing in income taxes for the years 1947 through 1950 Ardery moved to Charles City in 1935 as a salesman for Sinclair Petroleum Co and Idter was made bulk sta tion manager old a nationwide television nd radio audience Monday night The outlook is discouraging but y no means hopeless The special ambassador spoke a report to the people on the anmunjom talks from which he valked out 11 days ago after the Reds accused the United States f perfkry He said the Communist negotia ors aimed for a longdrawnout essipn in the hope r Americans vould lose patience and through public opinion force a settlement on Red terms The meat ofthe coconut hbld Xg up said lommunistj insistence pn includ ng including India and Russia as neutrals at the proposed Korean peace confer enceXv y y He said the Reds sought to drive wedge between the Unitec States and India by creating an mpression that the United State does not like India PREVIOUSLY REPORTED Composing1 Room GlobeGazette Employes W C OGren From IIFD Mason City Rotary Club Memory of Andrew Xorclalil Jr Western Bohemian Fraternal As sociation Lodge No 213 American Lelnn Auxiliary Clau senWorden Iost J01 City Hall Employes Volley Ball Technical Association o North Iowa I R Falfc Construction Co St Anspar A Friend John S Slanbery Estate Sunshine Circle Osage Employes of Iowa Hardware Mu tual Insurance Co Doug Jan and tillII AlllsChalmersBranch House Em ployes 4 E s Calholjc Daughters of America Genesco llomemalcers Ben Scroggs Real Estate Friend Candt Ialne Teper HelpaLot Club Sewed Casings Hoc Cisine Dept Jacob E Decker Sons TTT Society Chapter BF Johnny Robert Prltchard Motor Company Em ployes 8400 100 500 9200 100 3X00 fiOO 1100 2500 1000 2500 100 2100 1000 S71D 1000 fiOO UOO noo Ii00 fiflft 100 200 92 500 100 1000 In Addition to Atomic Plan by Ike Dulles Reveals U S Position WASHINGTON of State Dulles made clear Tuesday the United States would enter con fidential atomic talks with Russia prepared to consider weapons as well as the Eisenhower plan for an international pool of atomic ma terials for peaceful purposes Russia agreeing conditionally to such talks in a note Monday criti cised the Presidents plan at length and announced its intention to in sist on a prohibition on atomic weapons something which the United States contends should only follow the creation of safeguards National Press Club Dulles told a National Press Club luncheon Tuesday that the Ameri can government hopes Russia will THE BATS S 34833 rean at aposition held Infantry Division troops in a forward area of Korea IS Below Readings Forecast for Norfh DES MOINES blew1 into Iowa with subzero told strong winds and light snow The temperature dropped to 3 below zero at Spencer early Tuesday Several other northern Iowa points had read ings or below Extreme eastern Iowa had a tempor ary respite from the severe cold But the Weather Bureau said Winters first night performance wouldnt hold an icicle to its sec ond night showing The forecast called for readings of 15 below zero along Iowas northern border Tuesday night About The Weather Mason City C 1 c a r and much colder Continued cold Wednes partly cloudy Iowa Wednesday and cold I t i Minnesota Mostly fair and con tiniied cold GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Tuesday Maximum 33 Minimum 0 At 8 a m 0 Precipitation 08 SAME DATE1952S46 FLAG MEANS TRAFHO DEATH IN FAST 21 HOURS Road Conditions AMES lowr State Highway Commission said Tues day that highways in the two northern tiers of counties were about 50 per cent icecovered from the western border as far east as Mason City Elsewherein the state the lows vill range from 5 above elow Iowa escaped any heavy snow all in connection with winters of icial arrival In and Southeast Iowa the snowfall meas urccl two inches In the north i from one to two inches In Northern Missouri snow depth were 8 to 10 inches Driving conditions were mucl improved in Iowa Tuesday Wind which blew in gusts up to 50 mile an hour whipped the highway mostly bare of snow The wim and cold alorTg with the poundin of traffic helped eliminate mos of the slippery spots Traffic in sev era Iowa cities was snarled Mon day night when slippery street set wheels spinning during the afi er work rushperiod PIRE PROTECTION FERNALD W Voters in fou Story County townships approve at a special election Monday a IV mill tax levy to provide ruralfir protection Convict May Seek Revenge 2 Still at Large Following Break DETROIT convicts vho participatedin ja mass escape rom Southern Michigan Prison luded police Tuesday arid one o liem was believed to be stalking ive persons who helped put him Behind bars 10 years ago Roman Usiondek 37 describe as a psychopathic murderer an Robert Dowling 33 who was serv ng a breaking and entering term vere the only survivors from roup of 13 convicts who fled th huge prison at Jackson Saturda night Three fellow convicts with whon Jsiohdek and Dpwling sped to th Victor City in a stolen car wer captured Monday at the home p anexconvict kidnaper The olhe eight were rounded up earlier Police recalled that Usionde swore revenge against an assistan irosecutor and four witnesses wh lelped send him to prison for liJ The prosecutor A Tom Pasie czny now a circuit court commis sioner was spirited from the city with his family Police posted a 24hour guard at the homes of the four witnesses i Usiondek boasted in 1943 that the prison the worlds largest walled institution Avest of here would never hold me CAMPAIGN GOAL CASH STILL NEEDED PM sisoooo S U72S THURSDAY DEC Cheer Fund Tempo Hits New High DOESNT SEEM AS DIS IT SCANT HOURS AGO DOES IT reference of course is to cash this Christ mas er Regain Posts LONDON Kremlin has returned five Soviet Cabinet min isters to the deputy premier posts they held before Stalins death All five had been divested of the title in the government and Communist Party reorganization accompanying Premier Georgi Malenkovs accession to top power Moscow Radio announced Mon day night these five had been named deputy premiers M Z Saburov chairman of the State planning Commission M G IPervukhin minister of electric AP PIANIST SWEETHEART Michel Tabu teau 80yearold French concert pianist and Cargill 54 embrace as they meet at a Minneapolis rail road station Tabuteau and MissxCargill friends since they met in Paris 25 years ago plan to marry shortly after Christmas andelectric in dustry U F Tevosyan minister of metallurgical industry A N Kosygin minister of manufac tured goods and minister of chine buildings V A Maly medium ma Wlrephoto NEW C Patterson Jr is the new official greeter in New Y o r k City re placing the veteran GroverA Whalen Rock Falls Man Waives Hearing Robert Delos Robertson 28 Rock Falls jail atDakota pity Tuesday after waiving preliminary hearing before U cr Nathan Levinson in Mason City Monday on a cnarge of transporting a stolen vehicle across a state line a violation of the federal Dyer Act Robertson was bound over to a federal grand jury He was taken to Dakota City by a deputy U S marshal when lie was unable to post bond Cerro Gordo Cqunly sheriffs dep uties took Robertson into custody late Saturday night as he walked out of a South Federal tavern He s alleged to have stolen a truck at Austin 10 The truck vas found abandoned in Hamp ton several days later Fund The closing hour for the campaign is 2 oclock Thursday afternoon and if the giving tempo evident in the list above continues will be reached Rotarys gift of was the big gest spur of the week thus far but there were other sizable gifts from individuals and organizations All are vastly appreciated not alone by us but by Miss Doris Bruce and her fellowworkers at Family Serv ice Inc administrator of the fund The list above is headed again by a contribution vfronv a GlobeGa zette group Approximately one tehth of sought this year has bur own organiza dVvn wi enter into the proposed talks seri ously Ins a question period follow ing his speech he was asked whether the United States would be willing to talk with Russia about weapons problems as well as about the plan which President Eisenhower presented to the United Nations Dec 8 He declared that Eisenhower has told the United Nations the United States was prepared to go into secret talks on atomic issues with a view to trying to end the danger of atomic warfareand would bring to these talks a new concept He said the President did not limit United States participation in the talks to his proposal and he thought that this fully answered the question about discussing weap ons matters with Russia At the White House Press Sec retary James C Hagerty said Convicted of Treason Mossadegh in Appeal i of Prison Sentence TEHRAN Iran Mohammed Mossadegh Tuesday appealedhis conviction by trilsunarqji charges of treason and his sentence to three years in solitary confinement j Authorities said it would take 20 days to set upan appeal court of seven judges to review the case of the fiery old ex Tells U S to i l W Leave Japan President Eisenhower had ap proved Dulles formal statement Monday calling the Moscow note hopeful There was no direct comment from the President him self Reviews Meeting In an address prepared for the Press Club Dulles reviewed the recent North Atlantic Treaty meeting in Paris and as he did tion this because SOME FUN COLUMBUS Ohio ace Turner 32 and Willie Parker 46 told police Tuesday they were just Having some funwhen thej cut each other with broken bottles On The Page Hawkeyes Need Rally to Down Colorado 7872 13 Roosevelt School Plans to Be Ready in January 15 Food Machinery Products Spark Iowa Industry 6 we wanjHpFknown that we believe in We arent ask ing anybody to do what we arent willing ourselves to do Merchants w i t h merchandise gifts to offer either before Christmas are asked to reportyto Miss Bruce Tel 161 on their na ture and their value so that in the final issue before Christmas they may be listed Last year they ex ceeded the mark All gifts in cluded in the daily listing are cash This explained Miss Bruce is one way of helping extend the Christmas season into the new year Last minute groupgiving offers perhaps the brightest hope forsuc cess this year The gift of the cas ings department workers at Deck ers shown above is a typical case in point What about the place where YOU work y Contributions from individuals or from groups should be either brought to the GlobeGazette office or mailed to ChristmasCheer Fund Mason City Iowa there stressed the urgency of cre ating a European Defense Com munity and rearming Germany He listed it as well as the pro jected Berlin conference with Rus sia on Germanys future as among the great matters for 1954 And premier who was tried on charges of defying the orders of the Shah attempting to over throw the monarchy and dissolv ing the Lower House illegally j In the preliminary stages of Mossadeghs dramatic trial sparked by the veteran politii cians tirades threats and capri cious clowing the defendant threatened to commit suicide if he were released and said he would not appeal if he were convicted Reverses Himself But as in the case of every other threat he made during the 35day trial Mossadegh reversed himself He wrote his request for an ap peal on the document containing the courts sentence and signed it as required by law The fiveman tribunal found Mos sadegh guilty and sentenced him on 13 counts of defying Shah Mo hariimed Reza Pahlevi Mossadeghs codefendant and former army chief of staff Gen Taghi Riahi was sentenced to two years and ordered dismissed from the army I Thank You The emotional Nationalist lead er stood gripping the edge of a bench during the 65minute read ing of the verdict and only mocked the court NVhen it finished I thank you very much for sen tencing me he said The sen tence has increased my historic glory by implication he sug gested that United States forces might be withdrawn from Ger many if EDC collapsed arid Ger man strength can not be drawn into the defense force It is not acceptable Dulles said that the United States should continue in the role of being a principal defender of Germany while the Germans themselves look on as mere observers Precarious Foundation Dulles said the defense of West ern Europe rests on a precarious foundation because of long delay by creating EDC and rearming West Germany He said the ministers of the 14 NATO Allies believe the danger of open military aggression from So viet Russia is less than it was a year ago but the danger still is immense and persistent A i major reason aside from growing Western strength for the decline of the Soviet threat Dulles said is the vast Underlying dis content in satellite countries which would make It reckless for the Kremlin to risk general war French Postpone Voting on Chief VERSAILLES France W Th badly split French Tuesday put off until its attempts to elect a new presi dent of the Republic Edouard Hep riott and Vincent Auriol two tire old men who insist they dont wan the job led the field of cbmprd mise Political leaders held a series p fruitless con f e r e n c e s Tues day morning in an attempt t break a sixday deadlock W the Congress met Tuesday after noon to take the llth i ballot sine last Thursday there had been n progress in reaching agreement o could get the nee essary majority vote LIQUOR VIOLATIONS MUSCATINE tine women were fined eac in District Court here Mondoy o charges of keeping liquor in tav cms they operated TOKYO UPPMasanobu Tsuji one f Japans most brilliant military trategists in World War II Tues ay warned the United States to ull its troops out of Japan as soon s possible or the day will come hen she will regret it He also warned a strong anti Imerican feeling prevails and is ncreasing in This is apity he said and it curtailed Tsuji devised the strategy behind apans lightning invasion of Mala a and the capture of Singapore in ate 1941 and 1942 He was listed as awar criminal y the Allied Command but was ever captured He has become a ational hero and a livinglegend ince the end of the Occupation Tsuji speaks for the Nationalists nd has sharply criticized occupa tion policies although he is not onsidered basically antiAmeri can An influential membeivof Japans ower said Tuesday he las sent a letter to Vice President Vixon against American policy toward Japan ESCAPEES CONESVILLE Claus almost came to griefafter dis tributing gifts of candy to 100 chil dren at a Christmas party given by the Iowa City Moose lodge at their Duck Club near here He climbed into his airplane and took off but the plane Developed trouble and crash landed in a dy field Santa not otherwise tified and Dale Everett the plane owner escaped injury ;

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Publication: Mason City Globe Gazette

Location: Mason City, Iowa

Issue Date: December 22, 1953

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