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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 17, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited lor VOL LX1V ruU DN CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TMI NIWSFAFlfc THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS N I I 6 H I O R S 7ecoPy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JUNE 17 1951 HOME EDITION Tbli Paper Two Error in Judgment Not Intent Adams Execute Revolt Leaders Hungary in Slap at Tito VIENNA Communist Hun gary has executed two leaders of the Sovietcrushed Hungarian revolt in October andNovember 1956 former Premier Imre Nagy and Defense Minister Pal Male ter The executions of Nagy Male ter and two lesser figures in the popular uprising againstCommu nist rule plus prison sentences for five others were announced Tues day Moscow broke the word first in what looked to Vienna observers like the start of a new Kremlin purge of Titbists in the satellites seeking some independence from Moscows domination Foreign diplomats inBelgrade vieved the execution of Nagy as a direct Kremlin slap at the Yugoslav President BUDAPEST RADIO said Nagy and Maleter refused to make full confessions to the peoples court bench of the Supreme Court which tried the m secretly in B u d a pest The dates of the trial andof the executions were not made pub lic All nine w e r e charged with organiza tion pf a plo t aim ed at overN AG Y the Hungarian govern meat Nagy also was convictec of betraying the motherland and Maleter of or tary uprising Budapest radio a mill said Nagy Maleter and Joszef Szilagyi de nied the charges but later under the weight of incriminating evi dence they made partial confes sions Szilagyi and Miklos Gimes were journalists exe cuted with Nagy and Maleter THE MOST PROMINENT of the five men sentenced to prison was Zoltan Tildy Hungarys first post war president who was given 5 to 12 years Others imprisoned were Col Sandor Kopacsy an aide to Male ter in the uprising Ferenc Do nath a supporter of Nagy during the revolt Ferenc Janosi a son inlaw of Nagy and Miklos Vas arhelyi a former editor of th Communist party paper Szabac Nep 1200 STRIKE DUBUQUE UPI More than 1200 woodworking workers wen on strike at plants at Dubuqu and Muscatine Tuesday SAME GOING rid a von Nard roff pretty walking encyclope dia from Brooklyn has run her record earnings to on the TV quiz show Twenty One Right now tho she says shes broke having had to borrow 2000 from friends to meet expenses since she quit her job She cant collect the money the bulk of which will go to the government in taxes until she quits the show or is defeated US Troops to Lebanon WASHINGTON UPI Secre ary of State John Foster Dulles Tuesday said the United States might send troops into Lebanon f developments there should call br it He told anews conference the United States was prepared to contribute to a United Nations force there but also might act on its certaincontingencies which he de cline d to expl a in should arise THE SECRETARY said the sit uation inLebanon is amatter qL considerable anxiety to the United States which has specia interest in affairs in that area because of the socalled Eisen lower Middle East doctrine He said that the trouble in Leb anon which appeared to be a least partly civil in character Ike Aide Testifies at Probe Plays Down Gifts Value FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON S h er m a n Adams swore Tuesday he never did any improper favors for in dustrialist Bernard Goldfine who paid hotel bills and made giftsjto him Adams said that if he had made a mistake in taking gifts the error was one of judgment and not of intent Under oath before a House ommittee the Presidents No 1 aide acknowledged he had re chived a rug and vicuna coat rom Goldfine and had let the extile magnate pay hotelbills in Boston New York and Plymouth Mass But he said the re putedly cost only lent to him and he depreciated the value of the coat Adams said he had checked and the coat material cost the industrialists mill about THE TOTAL of bills as developed in testimony before the committee was something in excess of As to his contacts with federal agencies in relation to Goldfines affairs Adams said they gave the industrialist no benefit that he could not have received had he gone directly to the agency involved and he and I had been complete strangers Subcommittee Counsel Robert W Lishman however told the presidential aide that Goldfine did get preferred treatment as a result of Adams action Lishman said that after Adams inquiry into Goldfines troubles with the in dustrialist got information which both the law and FTC rules re quired to be kept confidential ADAMS CAME before the com mittee with a iSOOVbrd pre pared statement but frequently departed from a reading of it to leaat yaniy civil ill cllalaCucr was well within the competence fire remarks f ii TT t i T i Tn of the United Nations because i peace of the area MEANWHILE United Nations having improperly Secretary General Dag Ham marskjold left New York for Congress who has not made Lebanon to try to end the civi EastWest conflict Secret Diplomacy for Summit Talks Scuttled ADAMS BEFORE INVESTIGATpRS Adams President sits in the witness chair of the House Subcommittee on Legislative Oversight Members of the subcommit BUT NO COAT Ike Received Vicuna Cloth From Goldfine WASHINGTON SVThe White louse acknowledged Tuesday hat industrialist Bernard Gold Ine once gave President Eisen lower a supply of expensive vi cuna cloth Press secretary James C Hag erty said Eisenhower gave the material to a friend Hagerty added the President does not re member the name of the friend Hagerty called a special news conference to discuss the appearancFIJy erto kept secret Sherman Adams the Presidents In one of these he tossed uj LUC uiiiLcu ucuaU5cll ut LU33CU is empowered to step into such sparely back to Congress the disputes when they threaten the 1uestion whether an official who it m 3 flTl makes an inquiry or sets up an appointment for a friend is be Is there any member of this phone call for a constituent war before it flares into a major Adams asked Is there any mem ber of Congress who has not Mrs Kelly to Get New Trial After 25 Years Heavy shooting broke out Tuesmade an appointment for some day in the rebel stronghold of constituent found himself Basta inside Beirut capital of concerned with some activity of he government Is there any member of Con ress willing to stand and say hat by reason of that appoint ment or activity his vote was af ected on any public question ADAMS ADMITTED however hat he and his White House asso ciates have now concluded they ought not to make persona calls like those he made for Gold fine Adams members he and Goldfine had been friends for many years anc lad exchanged a number of gifts He said he once gave Goldfine a old watch Without mentioning its cost Adams said the rug was loanec p him and Mrs Adams by Gold fine who had commented on th shabbiness of the old rug in th iving room of their rented Wash ington home Lebanon Vicuna Coats Put on Sale in NY NEW YORK W Mens vi cuna coits a feature of the Sherman AdamsBernard Gold investigation went on sale Tuesday at R H Macys depart ment store The price S2W Usually said the ad which also informed It takes the shear ing of approximately 1200 Per uvian goats to make one ceat like these OKLAHOMA CITY ff We1 hope for a new life said Kath ryn Kelly Monday night just be fore she another mother walked out of the Federal Building with out guards for the first time in 25 years think well find it The widow of George Machine Gun Kelly and Mrs Ora Shan non 70 had life sentences set aside Monday and new trials or dered on their convictions in the sensational kidnaping of millionaire Oklahoma City oilman Charles Urschel Mr Kelly was an atheist When I married him I drifted from the church But in prison I returned I thank God for this Wow said Mrs Kelly 54 I want to get a job in Oklahoma and take care of my mother Signing of the papers that re leased the women came nearly a quarter century after their con victim in the same courthouse An aunt and a friend put up S40 000 in property as required by federal law for the bonds set on each by US Dist Judge W R Wallace Wallace ordered the convictions nullified and newXtnals when U S Atty Gen WilKim P Rogers told the committee ADAMS TESTIFIED that if h had had more experience he be lieved he would have acted a littl more prudently in making in quiries on behalf of Goldfine H pleaded too that he was ignoran AP Phdtofax tee are at extreme left in profile Chairman Oren Harris DArk is second from left Eisenhowers special counsel Gerald Morgan sits be side Adams WASHINGTON HVThe United States Britain and France sur veyed the wreckage Tuesday of their efforts to set up a summit conference through secret diplo macy Moscow blew them out of the water by making public a letter from Soviet Premier Khrushchev denouncing their attempt as need less footdragging The Slate Department blasted back by publishing the Wests major presummit proposals hith demanding a heads of govern ment meeting The West was inDepartment rushed out with its sisting on adequate preparations on lower levels first boviet Union agreed to try it the Wests way The Soviet Union wa with Goldfine THE PRESS SECRETARY dis cussed an article by Drew Pear son which reported that Eisen lower had received a vicuna coat from Goldfine Hagerty denied the story as to the coat but conceded the gift of cloth Dealing with the contention that Goldfine gave Eisenhower a threequarter length vicuna coat Hagerty asserted That is not true He said Eisenhower does have wo vicuna coats one of which ae has had since the middle 1940s the other acquired about 1952 The press secretary did not go into detail on how Eisen hower obtained them HAGERTY then said it is true hat along about November 1956 Goldfine did send the President some vicuna material Hagerty said that Eisenhower Dhanked Goldfine for the vicuna material as well as for nice things Goldfine had said about the President and his administra tion Asked why Eisenhower ac cepted the material Hagerty re plied that all presidents receive gifts from people Gives Birth to Girl COLUMBIA Mo UP Mrs Charles William Turner Jr u is a mother Her marriage a year ago resulted in charges against her husband Mrs Turner gave birth Satur day to a daughter Pamela Ann WHEN THE SMOKE cleared ide of the story three documents totaling about 2000 words which ujvuu FTiVIJ Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei set forth the Wests position dur Gromyko started things off in Moscow He called in Ambassa dors Llewellyn Thompson of the United States Sir Patrick Reilly of Britain and Maurice Dejean of France He told them he was making public Premier Khrush chevs June 11 letter to gov ernment chiefs as well as other topsecretinaterialthey had been discussing in Moscow The in Washington Paris and London were called homej meanwhile for consultation The rug is his property and he dauShter Pamela Ann so regards it Adams said University of Missouri Hos niral Rrvth Afrc Tiitnni irA pital Both Mrs Turner and her daughter who weighed 7 pounds 13 ounces are reported in good condition Mrs Turner and her husband a 20yearold employe of Colum bias transit system were mar Kidnaped Tot Found Safe With Cabbie OTTAWA m Joel Reitman 2V2yearold Montreal child kid naped last Saturday was found safe Tuesday in an Ottawa taxi drivers home and turned over to Ottawa friends of the family Inspector Bordon Hobbs of the Ottawa police department said young Joel had been left Mon day with Ed ward Royer Ot tawa cab driv er by an uni dentified wom an Royer told police he picked up the woman and child at the Lord Elgin Ho tel and the woman asked him to get a baby sitter while she went shopping HE SAID he took the child home and his wife cared for it When the woman failed to re turn for the child he said he telephoned police Monday night Young Joel was kidnaped from his Montreal home while his wealthy parents Mr and Mrs Cyril Reitman were at a dance Also missing since Saturday was the childs nursemaid Greta Gocde 46 hired by the family two weeks ago through a national em ployment office A RANSOM NOTE left behind demanded for the safe re turn of the child The note said The Weather Mason City of brief showers Tuesday night anc early Wednesday low 5054 high Wednesday 7074 Iowa Partly cloudy little tern perature change through Wed nesday A few showers extreme east Tuesday morning High Tuesday 7282 Low Tuesday night 5060 Minnesota Cloudy and cool scattered rain HobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation Tuesday issued a draft call for strengthen the United Nations mnnn A V mi ivenncay ana Morse DOtn ar 10000 men in August This is the provide more freedom in the gued the amendment could seri announced Eastern European satellite coun ously jeopardize many legitimate JOEL of the rules and regulations when ried a year ago last Wednesday refused to files The defenslJsaSd these rec ords would back up claims by the women that their original defense attorneys were intimidated by FBI investigations during the 1933 trials told that both the Securities an Exchange Commission and the Federal Trade Commission vio lated them in response to his in quiries about Goldfines affairs He said two years ago he called members of his staff together and secret FBI ordered them to refrain from anything that could lead to such questions as are now being raised by the subcommittee I have no excuses to offer here to make apologies Turner was charged last July 17 with swearing falsely that his bridetobe was 15 when they ap plied for a marriage license The charge was dropped after Mrs Turner became pregnant DIES OF BURNS WILLIAMS Iowa UPI ford D Robbins 48 a Webster City workman died of burns here Monday after the acetylene torch kidnapers The parents followed the inthat the United structions in the note and left states is totally the ransom money at a downtown run by big busi bus terminal in Montreal Monness They hon 73 51 62 16 DRAFT QUOTA WASHINGTON Army for June and July IN WASHINGTON theState ing the Moscow meetings The Khrushchev letter deplored the diplomatic talks in Moscow The Premier wrote In some oJ these meetings we have only marked time and in some cases we have even moved backwards There were no surprises im mediately apparent in thedocu ments made public by both sides They showed no progress on the key task of the diplomatic talks which was to arrange when where and how a summit confer ence could be held SOVIET DEMANDS were wha they have been Halt nuclear tests ban the bomb create a central European zone free of A bombs and rockets prohibit mill tary uses of outer space sign an EastWest nonaggression pact close U S overseas bases sign i German peace treaty guarc against any surprise attacks ex tend trade ease Middle East ten sions everybody coexist peace fully There was nothing new in the West Suspend nuclear tests and quit making nuclear weapons un der adequate inspectioncontro safeguards cut back convention al arms and manpower devotL space to peaceful uses reunif Germany guarantee European security quit jamming foreigr radio broadcasts end censorship Soviet Union stop restrictin travel inside the Soviet Union tries CHANGES Passage of Labor Bill Now in Sighl WASHINGTON Senate was in its fifth day of debate on the bitterly fought labor control bill Tuesday with final passage now in sight Sen John F Kennedy D chief sponsor of the bill1 lost his fkst floor fight an amendment Monday But he and other backers appeared to be in position to keep the bill largely to their liking Over Kennedys opposition the Senate voted 6620 to require both employers and union officials to filernbncomihunist affidavits be fore they can use the services of the National Labor Board THAT by Sens Karl E Mundt RSD and James 0 Eastland was sub stituted for a provision of the bill which would have repealed the present TaftHartley law require ment that union officials file such oaths The Senate adopted an amend ment by Sen Sam J Ervin Jr DNC to permit a union mem ber to sue for recovery of money embezzled from the union if the unions officers did not bring such a suit A PROPOSAL by Sen Charles E Potter RMich would have permitted union members to sue for recovery of any of their dues money spent on election cam paigns or any other purposes not connected with collective bar gaining After a hot fight it finally was e ixiici a IIUL iigui it iiuauy was the beaten 5130 Many Republicans charged that union money was being used to try to defeat them Kennedy and Morse both ar functions of a union INSIDE RUSSIA TODAY Average Russian Ignorant About Way of Life in US EDITORS NOTE This fs one in a series of articles based on John Gunthers new book In side Russia Today By JOHN GUNTHER First we must mention Soviet ignorances which are formid able Pussians by and large think General Motors is a paint and metal inspector whose pension will be a month when he re tires They by to college and Adams added I did not come trphe was using apparently ignited lA1 it 1 i day It was untouched An appeal by Mrs Reitrnan 25 in a radio broadcast was the public disclosure of the kid naping Newspapers radio sta tions and news agencies had com plied with a police request to withhold news because the ran estly cannot be when them lieve it you tell his clothing thatPresident E i s e nhowers father was a railway worker or that the som note had said the child would brother of Har GUNTHER be killed if police were notifiedllow H Curtice the president of cannot believe it that some American newspapers print verbatim the full text of speeches ay Soviet leaders that the United States has an advanced and com prehensive social security s y s em and that you can buy a chocolate bar for a nickel it stuns them to hear that Ameri cans do not need permission to travel from city to city or that you do not need to submit a pass port at a hotel KHRUSHCHEV SAD in his re port to the Twentieth Congress In America one man makes a profit by ruining another if the worker loses his health the capitalist throws him out In a recent interview he said In the United States there is reedom in the sense that every body can go to work and die from hunger It is freedom to die The question asked me most by Russians was what political party I belong to Obviously it was known that Americans have a choice of parties and it seemed to me significant that this lay close to peoples minds although I cannot say that anybody showed envy THE OFFICIAL Russian line is that political parties in America have no significance in that both Republicans and Democrats are controlled by the propertied class and have identical aims and policies The complaint that came up most in casual conversation was about fingerprinting I tried to explain that to Americans fin gerprinting was a fairly routine procedure which carried to   

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