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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 13, 1954, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper EdiUd for N CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LX Associated Tress and UnilciJ 1iesa Full Wires Seven Ccnt4 a Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY FEBRUARY 13 1954 This Paper Consists of Two Ono No 109 if SnhER Chicago firemap pours water on the still srnoucer of a south side warehouse which was ravished by fire early Saturday Water and ing weather combined to convert the rubble into a maze of ice Nob Montreal Lawyers for Lending Talent to Baby Smuggling Ring MONTREAL second Montreal lawyer and two women were arrested Friday night in an expanding drive aimed at smashing an alleged threemilliondollar USCanadian baby smuggling ring The last three arrests bringing to four the number held in the case were made here after decoy transactions were completed by the Mon treal police department and two New York policewomen for the pur chase of a baby The three apprehended were not identified US authorities have been assisting the Canadians in the investigation Friday nights arrests followed the arrest earlier of Herman Duller another Montreal lawyer as he awaited a plane for Israel Bullcr who pleaded innocent on his arraignment Friday night was released under bail pending a preliminary hearing Feb 19 He is accused of lend ing his legal talents to the alleged ring New York and Quebec authorities who have carried on a join yearlong investigation of an alleged milliondollar black market in babies said they believe more 000 infants from the Montreal Dulles Says Red Troop Issue Blocked Treaty 1 area have been sold he eastern part of Austria Not in Favor of Russ Offer Secretary of State John Foster Dulles declared Sat urday Russia refuses to get out of Austriabecause it would mean withdrawing her troops from Hun gary and Romania He implied that he thought Moscow had reason to fear the consequences of such move Dulles ripped into Soviet Foreign Minister V M Molotov for his proposal to grant Austrian inde pendence only with a proviso that Soviet and other occupation troops remain on Austrian soil until Ger many is unified which now ap pears in the far distant future The secretary took up the cudgels for Austria after Viennas foreign min ister Leopold Figl appearing be fore the Berlin Big Four confer ence formally rejected the Soviet plan Expose U S To accept Russias idea Dulles said would be to exposethe United States before the world as morally and politically bank rupt Figl lead off Saturdays session on Austria with his rejection of the Moscow plan s The Western foreign ministers already have written off hope of concluding an Austrian state treaty at this conference although the debate on it will run into an ex traordinary Sunday session Western sources said it was hard to imagine anything more brutal and cynical than the Austrian treaty demands which Molotov has put before the parley here includ ing a demand that Big Four trtwps be kept in Austria even after the conclusion of an independ ence treaty The Austrian govern ment also branded the program unacceptable fn Touch Meanwhile Molotov was to be in touchwith Moscow and probably the Chinese Communist government at Peiping on the Western proposal for calling of a Korean peace conference April 15 at GenevaSwitzerland Under the Western plan the United States Russia Britain and France would send invitations to the conference but Red China would not be one of the sponsoring powers Wircithoto TO WED Ken nedy 26 daughter of Joseph P Kennedy former US ambassa dor to England is engaged to marry film actor Peter Lawford The marriage is expected to take place soon after Easter The Kennedys now live in Palm Beach Fla rAll About The Weather Mason Cfty Increasing cloudiness and mild Sunday Iowa Partly cloudy and unseason ably mild Saturday and Sunday MirwmoM Partly cloudy and warmer Saturday arid Sunday jGlobcGazette weather data up 16 8 am Saturday Maximum 29 Minimum 4 At 8 am 29 Falls Asleep in Truck Parked on Highway Paving Walter 0 Mitlf 30 Elgin op erator of the quarry at Rockwell nought he was going lo a dance when he arrived at the Ccrro lordo County jail in the custody of a deputy sheriff The deputy was unable to awaken Mitts when he found him in his pickup truck at 5 Friday marked on the paving of Highway 5 about three miles southof Mason City The officer dragged the sleeping man to the patrol car drove the truckoff the highway and took Mitts to jail before he was able toawaken him After protesting that he was go ing to a dance tojsleep on his jai bunk He was awakened later in the clay to go to the justice court of C R Servison He paid a fine of 100 and costs for intoxi cation on a public highway Nixon to Address lowans April 21 DES MOINES UD Vice Presi dent Richard Nixon wilt address the Iowa Republican Lincoln Day dinner in DCS April 21 James S Schramm retiring state GOP chairman announced Satur day1 This years fundraising dinner will be known t as the centennial dinner The year 1954 marks the 100th anniversary of the founding of the party 4200 SIGN UP Defense Minis tryrrepprtccl Saturday 4200 former Morth Korea n war prisoners have volunteered and been accepted for the South Korean Army Hope Better Relationship BERLIN sole alterna live to an admission by the Big Four foreign ministers that their discussions on Germany have failed seems to be the working ou of an agreement on better rela tions between Western and Eastern Germany Neither the Western foreign min isters nor Soviet Foreign Minister Vyacheslav M Molotov is ready to confess failure on the German is sue But it has become al too clear that Russia is not ready to yield an inch on a policy that has kept Ger many divided for nearly nine years Diplomats are talking of the pos sibility of an arrangement for graceful disengagement under which the two parts of Germany Lhe Communistruled East and free West would cooperate to a great er extent while remaining sepa rated It is believed likely that Molotov who has been hinting at the estab lishment of de facto Soviet rela tions with the West German Re public may say something specific next week It is believed that Mololov also may make a bid for world trade as part of which he would offer Vest Germany new markets in the East for its goods After the conference there reason to believe Russia may pur me its postStalin policy of devel oping stronger cultural ties with the Western countries In followingthis line the Soviet jovernment might encourage tour sts to visit Russia and might make life forWestern diplomats n Moscow easier is Just an Election George Discount GOPDemo Tights illegally in the United Slates in the last 10 years Most of the buyers the authori ties said were childless Jewish cou ples The price range was reported to be from to each for he babies Many of the buyers were told the babies were born of Jewish parents whatever their origin Ernest Mitler an assistant New York City district attorney ar rived here Wednesday to help Que bec authorities with the case lie told reporters more arrests vould be made in the next few days A number of Montreallaw y c r s doctors nurses nursing home operators and work ers were involved he said bu many apparently were innocen dupes According to the police the some unwed moth ers as much as for their babies after footing the bill for their con Italy Police Chisel Name From Church ROME W Italian police dc scended Saturday upon Romes Church of Christ chiseled its name off a wall and took n news camera man of the Associated Press into custody for photographing them They vainly ordered an AP cor respondent away from the scene The word Christ in sixinch high letters was the first won removed in this action against th Protestant religious organization which has American financia backing The Roman police struck quickl after worshippers wereforced t lea y e of Leg finenment Others virtually their babies taken away it had was believed spiritec said Some w e r e across the border hidden in trucks while others were cared for by professionalcouriers in luxury air liners HERMAN BULLER On The Page Citys Winter Construction Hears J3 Million 4 Mason City Liquor Sales in 53 U horn late Friday night AP photographer Remo Nass an Italian citizen was seized wit his camera and hustled off in police car despite protests AP cor respondent Allan Jacks a US cit izen was ordered to leave but re fused The police Jeft as soon as tht lame had been entirely removec from the wall The sign was removed on direc orders of the Rome Questura 01 police headquarters which is un der the Italian Ministry of Interior Italys new premier Mario Seel ba is the minister of the interior as well as government chief In 1950 when the cults troubles with Italian authorities first began he Italian interior ministry was headed by Scelba He then crit cized the Church of Christ anc other Protestant evangelical cults as aiding Communism in Italy Just two days ago the Vatican and the Italian government cele jrated the 25th anniversary of the Lateran pacts The pacts establish he Roman Catholic religion as the Italian state religion Of Course This Is the Easy Way Out AURORA 111 UP levenue officials reported Friday hat a peddler walked up to a line of waiting taxpayers and offered to sell them butcher knives One way to end your tax trpu bles the peddler shouted Only 1 DOGS HAVE THEIR Marlen Seme empress of the Syracuse UniSty winter carnival is shown with General and Duggie fraternity mascots The St Ber utomdbUc narcls came into their own as symbols of the Alpine Holiday event dcd here BATHTUB to be baptized in at home is Joe Hall 95 Evansville Ind Because of ill health Hall was unable to go to church for the ceremony Preparing him for the ritual is the Rev Hansel Yibbert pastor of Calvary Assembly of God To Reject ROK Offer Rhees Threat to March Held Bluff WASHINGTON diplomats were understood Saturday o view South Korean President Syngman Rhees threat fo march against North Korea as a what he said it wasnt intended o be They also were known to hold out slight hope for his governments ffer of troops for Indochina A French Embassy spokesman said Friday his still has not received the offer reject the preferred South Korean division for fear its involvement in the ugly eightyear old war might bring on open Red Chinese intervention in Indochina The French commissioner general for Indochina said in Bangkok Saturday that his country still is ready to negotiate a settlement with 1 the insurgent Vietminh Maurice Dejean the commissioner charged at a news conference that military help from China is prolonging the No Lasting Effect Is Predicted More Heard in Attacks WASHINGTON George DGa said Saturday the battle royal between Republicans and Democrats over GOP charges of past Communistcoddling which roared to a crosscountry crescen do on Lincoln riot after all have murh lasting effect This is a political year and youve got to expect things like that the veteran Georgia Dem ocrat said in an interview With congressional elections coming this year he said he doesnt think any thing much can be done to stop the infighting Republican some notable exceptions loaded their oratorical artillery for the big Lin jcoln Day barrage Friday with j much the same sort of denuncia 1 lion that had already brought Dem ocratic complaints Demo Accusations Democrats have accused some GOP spokesmen of going beyond the laws of poltical warfare by seeking so the Democrats said to asten the epithets of Communism and treason on the minority party President Eisenhower this week advised his fellow party members against extreme partisan utter ances Among the speakers con spicuously tempered their criti cism Friday were members oMhc Presidents official family and Sen Ferguson chairman of the Senate Republican Policy Com mittee Ferguson at the last minute dis carded a prepared speech in which charged that New Dealers and ir Dealers and Left Wingers traded the lifeblood of American Pierson New Chairman of State GOP DES MOINES UP Donald C icrson 45 year old Humboldt usinessman Saturday was unani mously elected as the new chair man of the Iowa Republican State Central Committee Pierson sixth district commit eeman su c c e e d s James S chramm of Burlington who re ired from the chairmanship The hange is effective at once Pierson is a former mayor of Humboldt He is known as a cap ble organizer and in recent months has been in charge of pa rohage matters for the state com mittee As new state chairman Pierson Iso automatically will become a member of the GOP National Com mittee Pierson was born in and attended Red Oak High chool and Iowa State s president of a concrete products firm with offices in Humboldt and ther cities In the 1952 election campaign 3iersdn was placed io charge of rganizing schools of politics for Republican party workers He named chairman of the state entral Committees patronage ommittee last summer Pierson is married has two sons nd is a member of the Methodist hurch He told newsmen there will be o radical changes in policy or personnel We probably will get n gear on the campaign as soon s SIX KILLED LOS ANGELES persons ere killed Saturday when their conflict Dejean said France is trying to prevent another Korea and he voiced confidence that the Viet minh rebels would be repelled from the Laotian capital of Luang Pra bang Enemy elements he said are within mile of that city The Indochina problem caused some political repercussions in France w h e r e Assemblyman Pierre Mendes France charged Friday night in a speech at Ver non that Foreign Minister George Bidault is begging Mao Tzertung the Red Chinese leader to stop backing the Vietminh Want Truce McndesFrance demanded that France negotiate a truce directly with Ho Chi Minh the Vietminh chief Diplomatic officials in Washing ton were inclined to discount an other South Korean U S Gen James A Van Fleet come out of retirement to train both ROK and Indochinese troops Van Fleet commanded the 8th Army in Korea during the buildup the ivOKs 16 divisions Recent moves by ing the troop regarded as efforts to underline persisting South Korean unhappiriess over the division of Korea atroughly the 38th Parallel youth for a wartime economy and promoted phony prosperity Exfolls GOP Instead at a Republican dinner in Brooklyn Ferguson extolled the accomplishments the Republi can party since 1860 Some other congressional Repub licans were less restrained Sen Jenner RInd accused Fair Dealers of putting every pos sible handicap in the way of troops in Korea Secretary of Defense Wilson re frained from hammering the Dem ocrats in the issue of Communism He said the end of Korean fighting need not mean a depression and said he has no patience with the people who seem to think that blood spilling and jobs are synon ymous No Attempt Atty Gen Brownell in Boston mentioned a Be Kind to Demo crats Week but said he did not think the Democrats call for an end to extreme partisanship is an attempt to block worthy legisla tion Postmaster General Summerfield shied away from earlier references to people who make treason a preoccupation though he did re fer to the incredible mess inher ited from 20 years of Democrat misrule and a streetcar col Thwart Reds Actually Rhees declaration that freeAsja must unite tocrush the Communist threat goes along with a Washington that the loss of Indochinawould jusj about doom all Southeast Asia to Red domina tion But spectacular forays like the Korean troop offer are pictured as haying no place in longrange plans being shaped by American1 officials to thwart Red intentions to envelop Southeast Asia andits rich raw materials Burglars Loot 3 Rudd Firms RUDD Three Rudd business places were broken into and robbed during the night Friday arid mer chandise and equipment valued at more than taken Sheriff B F Atherton of Charles City and Marshal Paul Stalker were mvesli gating Saturday Heaviest loser was the Larson Collett Implement Co which was entered through a glass door The loot included a valve grinding ma chine valve refacing machine two electric drills tools and an adding machine The lock1 on the Safe was broken the combination ruined rand the safe cannot be It Is be that it was not entered The Ernie Wood filling station was entered through a rear door but1 the only thing missing was screwdriver y This Cafo wan entered through arejir1 window and a case 50 and an machine taken Wesley Gciscr is operator   

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