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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 15, 1954, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper EdiUd for the CITY GLOBEGAZETTE If THE N E W 5 P A P E R T H AT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBOR S HOME EDITION VOL LX Associated Press ana United Full Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JANUARY 15 1954 This Paper Consists of Two Section One No Professor Admits Being a Communist Joe Marilyn Leave for Honeymoon SANFHANCISCO W Joe Di Maggio the former New York Yankee Clipper has carried ofrius Holly wood lovely Marilyn Monroe lenving millions of fans wondering what will happen to her movie career They were married in Municipal Court here Thursday after a two year romance Qhc ceremony was to have been secret But anestimated 500 per sons heard about it and jammed the corridors Municipal Judge Charles S Pecry who performed the brief ceremony said plaintively I for got to kiss the bride But Joe kissed Marilyn repeated ly if somewhat bashfully for news photographers Then he whisked his cover gir away saying Weve got to put a lot of miles behind us He de clined to say where they were driv ing on their honeymoon It was a singlering wedding with Marilyn promising to ilovc honor and obey Joes bestman was his restau rant manager Jlcno Barsocchini Decision Seen Soon Pressure Mounts for More Trade With Reds WASHINGTON Pressures are mounting on the administration to lower some of the cold war earners so as to permit more trade between the United States and Russia and its satellites Many top officials responsible for international economy teel some decision will have to be made fairly soon The issue may come into focus upon an application by Minnesota businessmen D w a y n e Andreas for permission to export 20000 tons of butter and 3000 tons PREMARRIAGE Screen Actress is shown being kissed by Joe DiMaggio as they waited in the judges chambers for their marriage ceremony in San Francisco Thursday Commies Say Prisoner Setup Will Destroy Korean Truce Robins on a Bender NEW ORLEANS city long famed for Us lavish drinking ipots Friday had one for the birds Thousands of migrating robins attracted by overripe berries of the liguslrum and pnracantha bushes in cityparks havebeenacting strangely and officials confirmed what sober residents the birds get tipsy They get just as dizzy ascools George Douglas of the Audubon Park Zoo said Douglas explained hat the berries gofso ripe they fermented and the effect to a bird is about what a human tippler might expect from slug of bathtub gin The robins arrived in force late in December and since have been stripping off the berries and getting drunk Freezing Mist Coats Roads SubZero Weather Forecast DES M01NES mist fell over a large part oC western and northern Iowa Friday noon as the state prepared fora new blast of subzero weather The Iowa Highway Commission reported that the freezing condi tions were making highways treacherous in the affected areas The commission in a bulletin is sued at Ames said fFreezing mist is falling over the greater part of southwest Iowa and a thin coating of ice is forming in an area east and southeast of Emmetsburg That coyers territory from Palo Alto County in the northwestern part of the state down to Washing ton County in the extreme south eastern section Mason City was on the northern fringeof the area another cold wave was due to hit the state Friday and send temperatures as low as 15 below by Saturday morning the Weather Bureau reported Elsewhere in the country bliz zard conditions gripped Montana and the first severe winter storm of the season pushed into Wyom ing and spilled over the Continental Divide on the heels of a 40mile incl The cold wave spawned in Canada was expected to coverali orparts of six northern states by Saturday End Silence on Subject PANMUNJOM Korea Saturday The Communistsbroke their silence today on the United Nations plan to free lantiCommu nist Korean and Chinese war prisoners and said it would de stroy the truce Semiofficial Radio P e i p i n g mouthpiece for Red China called the plan to send the POWs to Formosa and South Korea an American scheme This American plot makes the Korean problem more grave and can not guarantee the full realiza tion of the armistice agreement a Peiping broadcast will destroy the Korean truce Peiping did not say the Reds were prepared to resume the Ko rean fighting but the broadcast said if the American side rejects the proposal of the Chinese and North Korean side arid attempts to delay the resumption of the preliminary talks America must take the blame for creating a tense situation The most urgent is to resume preliminary talks im mediately Peiping said A few hoursit later Peipings North Korean counterpart Pyong yang Radio said the North Korean Communists also strongly op pose Indias plan to return the prisoners PLENTY OF HORSEPOWERiA carriage aleigh from the late President Benjamin risen s estate is put to good uae by driver Henry Monetti and left to daughter I Karen 4 James Drescher 4 Mrs Monetti and Judy Moore 4 in Newark N J Monetti bought the sleigh m a New York antique shop for f 35 In the absence of horses he uses garden tractor of cottonseed oil to Russia These are not strategic materials and here is no policy barrier against them except a general policy under which the government reserves the right to bar any exports to Russia contrary to the security interests of the United States There are several forces pressing strongly for official sanction of greater trade with the Soviet Union and satellite countries They are 1 The development of a buyers market meaning a supply of oods running consistently above the demand 2 The accumulation of vast stores of surplus agricultural com modities in the United States 3 A slow move toward general easing of international tensions The more the Soviets make friend y gestures the more traders everywhere tend to look for busi ness with the Soviet Union But on the other side is a set of arguments which has many adher ents especially in the State De partment and probably in the De fense Department as well They in clude 1 A major policy of the admin istration has been to exploit dif ferences between the rulers and the ruled in all the Communist coun tries rA major source of trouble for theSoviet leaders has been low agricultural production The export of any large quantity of foodstuffs such as fats and oils would run contrary to US policy on this point 2 Agricultural surpluses for for eign sale are often in effect subsi dized by the government The gov ernment would have difficulty jus tifying the subsidized export of any foodstuffs toRussia 3 A basic rule of US foreign economic policy is not to export surpluses in such a way as to in terfere with normal trade patterns of friendly countries Countries other than the United States nota bly those of Western Europe are normal traders with the Soviet Un ion A heavy export of goods there might defeat US policy interest in maintaining and expanding these trade patterns for countries to which billions of American aid dol lars have gone May Replace i Amendment WASHINGTON UP A resolution circulated among most senators may become the rallying point of Ihe Eisenhower administrations at tack on the proposed Bricker amendment to limit the govern ments treaty powers The suggested resolution was ent around to all but about 10 of the 96 senators last Saturday by Sen Kefauver Unlike the proposal by Sen Bricker ROhio and an adminis trationbacked substitute by Sen ate Republican Leader Knowland of California the resolution would not amend the Constitution it would simply put the Senate on record as affirming certain atti tudes toward treaties and their domestic effect It would also re quire a recorded roll call vote when the Senate ratifies treaties Bricker argues that an amend ment to the Constitution is needed to insure that basic American lib erties shall not be taken away by treaties which he says migh supersede domestic law and thi About The Weather Mason City Cold wave with strong northerly winds and light snow Iowa Cold wave with tempera tures falling to 10 to 15 below Minnesota Snow flurries strong northerly winds and much colder GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Friday Maximum 29 Minimum 32 At 8 am 24 YEAR AGO Maximum 35 Minimum 27 Resolution Report on Wages WASHINGTON Presi dent Eisenhowers Salary Com mission said Friday that con gressmen are grossly under paid and should vote themselves a pay raise to a It also unanimously recom mended pay hikes of each for the vice president and speak er of House and salary boosts ranging from to 14500 a year for overworked and poorly paid federal judges The 18man commission esti mated the net cost at It called this a small price to pay for the advancement of the public interest which is served It said the present low salaries not only drive competent officials into private employment but tend to confine these important posi tions to persons of independent wealth or outside earnings AGAINST APPEASING H Dean special US Ambassador to Korea tells newsmen in New York that he is 100 per cent against appeasement or knuckling under to the CommunistsThis was his answer to Sen Herman Welker RIda who said Dean is trying to appease Red China truck a witness told the deputy Constitution itself Lawyers dis agree as to whether this is a real danger President Eisenhower has said Brickers proposal would hamper his conduct of foreign affairs while agreeing that no treaty should con travene domestic law Bricker had a date Friday with Atty Gen Brownell and Sen Fer guson chairman of the Senate Republican Policy Commit tee at the Justice Department Time is running out on the com promise attempts going on now for about three weeks without success The Bricker proposal is scheduled as the Senates next major busi ness The administration reportedly looks favorably on the resolution idea EIthon Takes Out Papers Not in Race for Governor DES MOINES Gov Leo Elthon of Fertile took outnomi nation papers from the secretary of stales office Friday for Repub lican reelection and declared want everybody to know that I am a candidate for lieutenant governor Last week it was reported by reliable sources that a move was under way to make Elthon theGOP nominee for governor should the choice be left to the partys state convention Asked about this when he called at the secretary of stales office Elthon said I made my decision In August I havent changed my mind I dont want anyone to feel Im maneuvering I am a candi date for lieutenant governor and want everybody to believe I am taking papers out today to circulate for lieutenant governor If Ihave oppositionin the Repub lican primary forfthat office I will make a strong campaign because I want to be elected lieutenant governor Presently there are maybe five candidates for the GOP nomination Unless one candidategets 35 per cent of the vote cast or that nomination the choice will be left to the Re publican state convention Wire photo FREE Kuykendalt 34 happily greets news men outside District court in Omaha after he inno cent in the death of his wife Kuykendall Is Acquitted Freed in Death of Wealthy Wife OMAHA Joe Kuy kendall whose friends call him the best horseshoer in his part of the country was free Friday after a 6Mi week trial for first degree murder The 34yearold Phoenixand Tuc son Arizr horse trainer was ac quitted ofmurder Thursday night in connectionwith the death of his heiress bride ofthree months Ar dath Noni Kuykendall 30 The charge was filed after his wife was found dying in their house trailer here last June 18 during the 1953 Omaha racing season Investigating officers said she appeared to have suffered a beat ing but in thelong trial there was lengthy testimony to show she could have suffered her injuries1 in a fall There also wastestimony that she drank excessively used drugs and appeared to be intoxi cated only a short time before her death About 50 spectators were in the courtroom when the jury of eight women and four men returned heir verdict after deliberating nearly 29 hours less time taken out for meals and a little sleep When the clerkread i the words not guilty from the1 verdict cheering broke out and Kuyken dalls family and friends rushed to congratulate him Kuykendall1 made few attempts to talk He just clasped the hands of the people who surrounded him smiled and shook his head at 1612 Coolidge S W and was crossing the paving northbound on Harding S W when struck The truck was owned by the Lar on Hatchery Clear Lake arid was driven by Donald Standley 33 He old the officers that Mrs Schultz walked in front of him and when iie applied his brakes the truck skidded so that the back end struck the woman Mrs Schultz a widow is sur vived by five children Mrs Carl Niederman Des Moines Don Schultz 1613 Coolidge SW Edwin Schultz 1615 Coolidge SW Mrs Harold Draeger 1511 Coolidge SW and Carl Schultz in Washing ton state Worked in Radar Lab at School Will Not Name His Associates BOSTON Harvard profes sor who previously balked at ques tions as to possible Communist af filiations Friday admitted he was one of six Communist Party mem bers who worked during the last war in a top secret radar labora tory at Massachusetts Institute of Technology The witness Prof Wendell II Furry refused however to tell Sen McCarthy RWis a oneman Senate the oth er five were Three times previously before congressional committees Furry refused to answer questions about Communist ties Cited for Contempt When Furry flatiy refused to identify any of the Communists he said he had worked with Mc Carthy excused him temporarily and told him that obviously your case will be submitted to the Sen ate for contempt and to a grand jury McCarthy said that in his opinion this is one of the most aggra vated cases of contempt that he had seen To me it is inconceivable Mc Carthy said that a university which has had the reputation it has had keeps this creature on teach ing our children McCarthy previously had de manded that Harvard President M Pusey fire Furry from he faculty Furry testified hedoes nobknow is a permanent mem ber ofthe Harvardfaculty who is or was a member of the Commu nist Party Explains Answer Pressed for whaVhemeantby a permanent faculty member he an swered he meant a professor or Woman Hit by Truck Succumbs Mrs Schultz 73 Is Victim Mrs Augusta Schultz in a Mason City hospital Friday associate professor afternoon a few hours after she Then McCarthy asked Furry was struck by a pickup truck on Do know anyone connected Highway 106 in Central Heights with Harvard who is or was a Mrs Schultz who was hard of ni e m b er of the Communist hearing and had a scarf around Party aer head started across the paving Furry replied Im noti going and walked directly in front of the to answer that question trurlr a fnlrl tVio Hami Mcflarthv Vnn nrp nn tJ Luiu ILIC Ucpuiy sheriffs who investigated She lived answer Attorney Says Woman Inherits in PALM SPRINGS Calif UP A waitress here says she has been in formed she is a 000 fortune but an attorney in Iowa says her share is only about 000 Mrs Virginia Broten 38 said she was notified at work Thursday that she had inherited the half million from the estate of her late father Dr M E Garmoc Cedar Rapids optometrist But William 0 Gray Cedar Rap ids attorney who said he entered Dr Garmoes will for probate in District Court said the will pro vided that MrsBfoteh was to re ceive or three apartment houses at Cathedral City Calif Gray said it is up to the widow to decidewhcther Mrs Broten will get the money or the real estate The rest of the estate is left to the optometrists widow Gray said On The Inside Waterloo Cagers Play City Here 9 Wright Hancock School Boards to Air Grievances 3 Grain Exchange Head to Speak at Night 74 McCarthy You are ordered to Furry I refuse sir Furry was asked if he thought the Communist system is supe rior or inferior to ours It looks pretty inferior Furry replied Furry testified that he had never thought of anything except a peaceable change in this govern ment Refuses Names He followed Leon J Kamin a Harvard research assistant before the Committee Friday Kamin re fused to give McCarthy names of Communists he had known Furry testified that none oE the others who worked in the radar laboratory is at MIT now and that none now is employed oa any gov ernment work Furry testified that two of them are now in Western Europe Has either of them disappeared behind the Iron Curtain asked McCarthy Not to my knowledge I havent read the morning papers today Furry should be enor mously surprised if they didnt stay right where they are Sports Bulletins EAST LANSING State Board of Agriculture day named Biggie Munn athletic director at Michigan State Col At the same time board appointed Hugh ty to Munns old Job as the Spar tans head football coach LAWRENCE K n Charles V Chuck Mather high school coach at MassiHon Ohio the put six seasons Friday was given a threeyear contract head football coach at the Unl versHy of Kansas SAMK DATBlfSJU   

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