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   Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1953, Winona, Minnesota                              Cloudy Tonight And Sunday; Not So Cold NINETY-EIGHTH YEAR. NO. 19 Hurry Hurry You Goodfellows WINONA, MINNESOTA, SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 12, 1953 SIXTEEN PAGES This Cartoon, drawn by Tom May, Detroit Journal artist in 1907, when he discovered a little girl forgotten on Christmas, has been a source of inspiration to Goodfellow organizations since that time. The publication of the cartoon at Christmastime, 1908. prompted the formation of Forgotten clubs, an idea which other cities adopt- ed and converted into Goodfellow organizations. Jueiich Grantee! Execution Stay ROME, Ga appeal has won an indefinite stay of execution for Herbert E. Jueiich, who had been sentenced to die Dec. 30 for the slaying of a U.S. deputy marshal. Judge Frank A. Hooper set the execution date Friday but it was automatically stayed when at- torney Frank A. Gleason filed an appeal notice. The conviction Jueiich will be reviewed by the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, probably next spring. TODAY Why Ike Talked At U. Be a Good Fellow Following is a list of contribu- tions to the Goodfellows fund to 1.00 By STEWART ALSOP WASHINGTON real back- ground of President Eisenhower's decision to make his historic speech to the United Nations is both interesting and significant. There have been all sorts of re- ports that British Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill strongly op- posed the speech; that he persuad- ed the President to revise it radic- ally and even that Churchill wrote most of it himself. All this is wholly untrue, The President, of course, had long considered making a candid speech on the atomic threat "pri- marily to the American people." During the week before the Ber- muda meeting the idea of mak- ing such a speech instead to the United Nations and to the world was born. When U. N. Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold cabled the President on Dec. 4 to invite him to speak to the U. N. presi- dential aide C. D. Jackson was ac- cordingly ordered to fly to Ber- muda with the latest version of the much-redrafted "candor" speech. Shown to Dulles Arrived in Bermuda, Jackson date: Previously listed A toys and Mississippi Valley Public Service Co. employes Rusty, Linda and Brian A Friend Kristi K-ay Roppe Winona General Driv- ers, Local Union Third Grade, Lincoln School, Room 102 Amanda Aarestad The Owl Workers Union Winona FFA Chapter Nash Clothing Store and employes PTA of Enterprise School, District 85 Mr. and Mrs. P. N. Norveson, Spring Grove A Friend, Houston A and Friends Pleasant Valley Rang e-: 4-H Club M. A. Snyder Minnesota City Spar- tan 4-H Club Birthday Club Red Boy and Matowin M. R. H............. A Friend 100.00 15.00 5.00 1.00 2.00 5.00 15.00 15.00 Police Say Hall Had Planned to Kill Mrs. Heady Shoulders Asks Release of Full Details of Case ST. LOUIS resigned policeman who broke the Green- lease kidnap-slaying case 'says Carl Austin Hall planned to kill j his partner as the one person who could be identified as having a part in the crime. Louis Shoulders, in an exclusive interview with Globe-Democrat re- porter Ted Schafers last night, said Hall told him about the plan Oct 6 the night Hall was arrested. Hall calling Mrs. Bonnie Brown Heady "nothing but a drunken was quoted by the former officer as saying the slaying was planned for Oct. 7, apparently with the same weapon used to kill 6- year-old Bobby Greenlease. Shoulders said Hall told him Mrs. Heady was the one who could be identified as a participant in the crime. The 41-year-old divorcee was later identified as the woman who took Bobby from the exclus- ive Kansas City school. Mrs. Heady has often expressed intense love for Hall and has asked that he be buried beside her in a family cemetery at Mo The pair is scheduled to die i together in the Missouri peniten-! tiary gas chamber early Dec. 18. Shoulders, who faces police de- partment charges for his handling of the arrest, challenged the po- lice board to release a full tran- script of his testimony in the board's inquiry into the case. EL PASO, Tex. 10-engme i Hg also deciared the confession B36 global bomber, lumbering in J introduced at the kidnaper's Kan- landing through swirling i sas City trial was not Hall's full confession and challenged the FBI Off With Reds They all had the same see that little children were not forgotten at Christmas. The Goodfellows organization started in Wmona in 1910 when contributions were asked by the Winona Independent "to see that Santa won't forget a single child in Winona." You, too, can help keep this spirit alive in Winona by making a contri- bution to the Goodfellows now. 9 Killed When 10-Engine Plane Rams Mountain rammed into a mountain for snow, yesterday and blew up. were killed. Five of those aboard, including the commander, had parachuted from a B36 over England last Feb- ruary. 2.00 Shall I Run for Senate? Anderson Asks GOP Leaders ST. PAUL Gov. Ander- son has taken one of the big questions facing him to Repub- lican leaders. The question: Should he run for re-election as governor or become a candidate for the U. S. Senate against Sen. Hu- bert Humphrey, The governor is reported to have included that in a list of questions sent to Republican leaders. Replies have not been disclosed. Persons close to the gover- nor believe his preference as of now is to seek re-election as governor. Mother's Note Approved for Delivery to Son PANMUNJOM Portia Howe waited in Tokyo tonight, .still hoping to see her prisoner of war son who stayed with the Cornmu 3U1I W.IU to release the complete text. i nists. The Indian command said i "Why don't they tell the whole W0uld deliver a mother's appeal to he said. "The public is j the son Sunday. entitled to all the facts from the Police Board and the FBI." Shoulders, who resigned from the police force soon after the inquiry started, said he wanted 1.00 1.00 1.00 5.00 1.00 5.00 2.50 17.00 i 2.00 1.00 1.00 laij.. mqUli V 31.C111-CU, The bomber was letting down the public to know the truth as to land at Biggs Air Force Base j I gave it under His resigna- here, when .it .smashed into west slope of bleak, Franklin Mountain, just north of the El Paso outskirts. City Patrolman E. A. Williams, among the first to reach the scene, Pa" trolmarT'Elmer Dolan, was sus- pended by the Police Board and also faces department charges. Shoulders said he never stated the money-laden suitcases con the scene, taining the rans0m money were said nine bodies "were scattered j Bought into the district police station at the same time Hall was up and down the slope." "One body was on fire. It was soaked with gasoline." Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, said the B36 was being derried to Biggs, where it was to have been j permanently stationed. Rescue workers, who had to booked there. "I deliberately sneaked those bags into the he said. I tried to keep the whole thing A note from the Alden, Minn, mother to her son Pfc. Richard R Tenneson has been approved fo: delivery to a compound in Korea'; neutral zone where 22 American who refused to return home are The message released by the In dian command was short and re strained, but carried a note o appeal. "I'm staying In a hotel in it said. "I'd be very happy to talk to you. I came out here in spite of Christmas preparation to talk with you. A message would reach me in my hotel in Tokyo and her address. An Army source in Tokyo sai military does not want Mrs Walks Out on Harangue hy Communists Blaming U.S. for Release of POWs Termed Last Straw By FORREST EDWARDS PANMUNJOM LTI U. S. envoy Arthur Dean abruptly broke off legotiations to set up a Korean [jeace conference today and angrily valked out in the midst of a mara- hon Communist harangue. Dean said the final straw was charge that the United States connived 'with South Korea in the Back to U.N. UNITED NATIONS, N. Y. M sources said today the breakdown in the Partmun- jom talks, if it becomes final, will bring the whole problem of the Korean peace confer- ence back to the U.N. General Assembly in late January. American Envoy Arthur Dean, left, waited out of a lengthy meetin" with Red negotiators today, breaking off negotiations for Sng a Korean peace conference. Deau charged the Communists S deliberately insulting the U.S to force the with Dean is Kenneth Young, his -deputy. (UP Telephoto) Draft Call Cut to in February "l tried u> nKey me nuuu, military uues uui WKUL WASHINGTON Pentagon, slashing its draft call tor n secret from everyone until we H t see her son prjmariiy be-1 b to 18 000 men, appeared today to be starting five months .r nnt cause he might her 'contemplated schedule for cutting down the 4Vio mil flints frp.sh f _ ._____ tt knew if the child was alive or not. He said he and Dolan went out- Total 5W46.50 West End Mother clothing and toys. Friends from Alma clothing and shoes. A Friend clothing. Kathy Ann ing. A Friend suit. A Friend toys. H.Y, Papers Plan Biggest Edition? down the bodies today after the booking. Gunman Seized for Kidnaping in Texas giving the Communists fresh prop- aganda material. A source who asked not to be named said that if Tenneson should be so thorougly indoctri- nated that he would turn against her at an interview the Reds would broadcast throughout Asia that an American soldier had forsaken his mother for the Communist way of drive iLllt. ,y j ouik. W11C, _ _ gunman while the husband was im- i statements by some Pentagonjnan- power experts that monthly quotas might be hiked to about Secretary of Defense Wilson, however, was not one of those who made such statements. It was Wilson who announced the new February draft calls and it also was Wilson who on July 21 said, in answer to news ryiitit. j uiiucucaoaij. prisoned in the car's trunk. j woman a second time, Matthews i An Indian command spokesman Prosecutor Joe Cox said 22-year- ii5aid_ WJTW IB It's B-E (big Prosecutor Joe cox E Ywk! old Donald Joseph Sutdifleof De- The husfeand said he re. troit, Mich has said he forced his leased he t k and) af er ,_____, day on the newspaper front Sunday. The 11-day newspaper strike, Arnvea 111 11-day newspaper sume, showed the speech to Secretary of j which stretched over two Sundays, State Dulles, who gave a copy to i win make for the biggest publish- British Foreign Minister Anthony. ing d New York history. Eden. Eden showed it to Hgre js ttie announced lineup and Churchill, Eisenhower, French for four the sjx struck news- LI U1L-) 1TAH.1'. f way into the Matthews car, made them drive to this area and robbed driving to miles them drive to this area and robbed SQUtJ; "of nere-the robber forced them. Cox said he denies the rape victims from the car and accusation. Nixon Ends Tour; Will Brief Ike On New Findings "Wilson's comments yesterday j By RUSSELL BRINES came as he boarded a plane for TEHRAN, Iran ffi-Vice Presi- Paris after some intensive final-1 dent Richard Nixon returns to hours work with other Pentagon j Washington Monday with a fresh officials on the Defense Depart- j bird's-eye view of Asia and ment's recommendations for the I Middle East and a report for Pres- j ft ,h d sessjon FiconWuor that mnv reeom-1 SDOitly alier uie reco-a M5M.IUU life. Communist Teaching This source pointed out that july zl salQ> jj, auswci iu Communist youths are taught to conference questions, that he .spy on their own parents and re- j Bought calls could be dropped to i port them to authorities. 000 or with a truce in If Tenneson has had enough of' Communism, on the other hand, the Army source said, he already has made up his mind and an in- terview with his mother would bo unnecessary. release of anti-Red Korean war prisoners from Allied stock- ades last June. Dean said he treated the Com- munist charge "as a reason to break off the talks. "I said they had accused my government perfidy and that unless it was withdrawn I would interpret it as a motion on their side to indefinitely the U. S. envoy told newsmen. Full Apology Asked He emphasized that only a di- rect requestfrom the Communists, coupled with a full retraction the charge, could get the seven- week-old preliminary peace ne- gotiations under way again. Asked if he was going to Wash- ington, he replied: "I don't know." It was reported Friday that the spokesman for 17 nations which fought in Korea probably would return to the United States be- fore Christmas, leaving the stale- mated negotiations in charge of bis chief assistant. Dean's 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 he added, "that they wanted to become so rude and so arrogant as to force discontinuance of the talks." Block Unification He said the Communists may have wanted to break off the ne- gotiations because they want "to escape their responsibility under the 'armistice agreement for a unified Korea." "It is obvious that they are now doing everything they can to pre- vent the unification of he next fiscal year. >yt iiscal year. idem, uiaj id-um- comments seemed to mend a review of some aspects said Mrs. Howe's note to her son will be shown to Tenneson Sunday. "We will tell the prisoner the i mean the Army definitely has lost :0j American letter contains a message from his j jts Battle against a suggestion part mother." the Indian spokesman j from top defense level that j gut the vice said "If he accepts it and wishes ;t reduce its personnel strength j intensive 10-we ident Eisenhower that may recom- Saturday, Dec. 5. yeui The speech was not in final form, main Times: history, iDouna tnem LU a ni_c ,YH.H No charges have been Wed jc CQrd and bicycle tape. The prosecutor said the couple, Matthews ,aid he released him- who returned to Dallas last night, Mrs. Matthews was released his victims irom me car aim saiu. 11 lt reauce bound them to a tree with an to make a reply we also will for- j about tae, ward that." i{ jth pocket- ncws section it has ever ]iffee before picking up their car. He suggested that one oi these paragraphs be toned down some- what but that the other bo giv- en a firmer and more resolute tone. Eisenhower agreed, and the paragraphs in question were rewrit- ten in Eisenhower's language, not Churchill's. Churchill also suggested that Lord Cherwell, his scientific advis- er, and Atomic Energy Commis- sion Chairman Lewis Strauss con- sider the technical aspects of the proposal for pool of fissionable material, to be sure there were no traps, before a final decision was taken. Eisenhower of course agreed, and Cherwell and Strauss had a' long meeting on Saturday afternoon to look for traps. When they found none, the final de- cision to go ahead with the speech was taken, and Eisenhower's aq- (Continued on Page 16, Column 1.) ALSOPS ing regional sections, with more lines of department store advertising than on the same Sun- day last year. ____ me mam news, setuuii n i beiore piCKing up men. tai. and was still being redrafted. printcd) a special section contain-1 Their aDductor stole the automo- Churchill strongly approved the front page and a general1 idea of the speech but suggested j news page as prepared each day two revisions. He said that he be- i {or issues mjssed during the strike, lieved that the speech would have! and a g4-page children's Christmas a more powerful impact, especial- book jssue Iv on the British people, if a cou- A 532-page paper, includ- ple of paragraphs were rephrased. ward that. There is no certainty that leaders in the POW camp will allow Ten- neson to accept the message. The leaders returned several letters un- opened to the Indian command several weeks ago. a by July 1, the start of policy toward this of the world. .__president, after an intensive 10-week trip, is expected to strongly support nonrecognition China, a continued opened Dean accused the Commu- nists of holding American and slave laborers in China and Man- churia. The deadlocked talks have been tottering for weeks. Neither the nor the Reds would budge The Armv previously had been and otner major points of present going ahead jts strength bile after tying them to a tree, and abandoned it near here when it ran out of gasoline. Cox and Chief Deputy Sheriff John Thompson were returning from a search for the kidnaper when they saw a man thumbing a ride on a back road. The prose- cutor said he was arrested with- out resistance. He carried a .22 caliber pistol. Articles belonging to the Matthews were found in his possession. Cox said Sutcliffe told them he had run out of money in Dallas and intended merely to rob the couple when he forced his way into their car. "But then I got scared and fig- ured they'd turn me in if I let them the prosecutor quoted the sol- dier as saying. Sheriff Roy Traywick said Mat- thews told police they drove to a junction of Highway 67 near Green- ville Tex., where the gunman locked Matthews into the auto's trunk and raped Mrs. Matthews before resuming the trip. After an all-night drive, the rob- ber stopped the car near Arkadel- phia and raped the 20ryear-old -------o down to by next July 1. If it was to hold a level some- where near balancing off losses through expiration of President Eisenhower laughs at a remark from Mrs. Oswald Lord right, after she had introduced' Mrs. Ramsey Harris to him as the chairman of the Citizens for Eisenhower Congressional Committee. Mrs. Lord, who used to have ths job, now is U.S. representative on the Human Rights Committee of the United Nations. (AP Wirephoto) _________________ U. S. policy. Nixon accompanied by his wife, has traveled over miles in swift but revealing visits to 21 countries between New Zealand would have re-iand Africa. He planned to take quired a continuation of increase of I Off today for Libya after three the monthly induction fig ure Wilson was asked yesterday, as he prepared to leave for the North Atlantic Treaty ministers' meeting in Paris, about the draft call plan and other matters. Can monthly calls be cut stnl more beyond "I don't think he answered. Can the draft be dropped? Not so long as the international situation imposes substantial mili- tary manpower requirements not "in the foreseeable he said. If there were no draft, he added, "you probably couldn't maintain half the men we now have." Ike Urges Pusan Aid WASHINGTON President Ei- days in Iran avs in iran. The vice president has gathered if ls ference. Red China and North Korea have insisted that the Soviet Union attend as a nonvoting neutral ob- server. Dean has refused to re- treat from his insistence that Rus- sia attend as a full participant, bound by the terms of a treaty for Eisenhower perhaps the most comprehensive survey of the Pa- cific area, Far East, south Asia and a slice of the Middle East ever collected by a top-ranking American official. It covers every- thing from views on Indian Prime Minister Nehru to the operation senhower yesterday that of American overseas libraries. Jet Pilots Suffer Scratches in Crash WEATHER FEDERAL FORECAST Winona an.d Vicinity Consider- able cloudiness tonight and Sun- day. Not quite so cold tonight, lowest 24, high Sunday afternoon 38. LOCAL WEATHER Official observations for the 24 hours ending at 12 m. today: Maximum, 34; minimum, 22; PEA.RL HARBOR (fft-Two Pan-1 noon, 38; precipitation, none; sun ther jet pilots from the carrier! sets tonight at sun rises to- uitrj Essex collided off Oahu Island yes terday with only slight scratches to one pilot. The Hawaiian Sea Frontier said Lt J E. Krimmel, 27, of Miami, Fla bailed out and was rescued senuuwer sugBcaicu Americans give Christmas present j without injury. donations to victims of the fire Ens. Donald L that destroyed more than [BueiwPark, Calif., suffered mino. homes in Pusan, Korea. I scratches. morrow at AIRPORT WEATHER (No. Central Observations) Max. temp. 41 at noon, min. 22 at a. m. Scattered clouds at feet, overcast at feet, visibility 15 mites, wind 9 miles Per hour from south, barometer 29.77 falling rapidly, humidity 63 per cent. Downtown Stores Open Tonight For Christmas Shoppers   

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