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Ames Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - April 21, 1953, Ames, Iowa Local weather Ames partly Cloudy to a it got. Wednesday. Warmer tonight. Mild wednesday. High wednesday afternoon 63-66. Low tonight 40-44. Ames daily Tribune Iowa weather Iowa partly Cloudy warm e. Tonight. Wednesday partly c Ondov to Cloudy mild. Low to night 38-50. High wednesday 60-70. Vol. 86 no. 248 urinal ame Ain it torn county in Alicr House Senate deadlock Over school Money it it it Des Moines if in a the Iowa House ent the Quot Senate a Hill today $ to >15,188 a year to run the de part me nit Lowans parents rejoice Ames Iowa tuesday. April 21. 1953_ Midwest pow touted Presa w ire service five cents Apo latin i t men. Aft Bont spending to i Senate i lie a it non Rosie late monday two Day for Senate Bill lets Public Vole on Highway Bonds it state a if debate the House passed a cat ii ill Quot Bill to tai1 administration by $717 >>69 a year. It now goes a it Hie legislature rushed Lizard a goal of adjournment late this week. The t at Chall Hill originally called for $9�8�2.0oi a year. But the House made various additions. The appropriation covers All Depute ment it except Tho employment Security commission. The lawmaker.-, want to hold up on that until they finish work on a new pension program for Public employees and know what Dutie the commission will have in administering it. Raise judges pay the Bill includes a Raie of $7,boo train jumps track plane crash kills 8 5 die in wreck As Streamliner leaves rails by United press Hes Moines . A the Iowa Senate passed a Bill today to let. The Public vote on a proposed $300,-l� a 0?� a year Ditri on Quot Moo Bond Issue to modernize primary highways. The Senate approved the Bill 36 to 13, and sent it to the House As the legislature pressed toward final adjournment sometime this week. This was tile a Quot Quot the legislative a normally the last Day of the Quot Quot Ion but lawmakers had no hopi of finishing the Job today in other key actions i i los nato parsed a Bill to Haw a nine member committee fully whether Iowa should build a super toll Highway. This includes a 15&Quot."tm appropriation to finance in study. The Hill goes to the Home. 2. Tin House ail b it killed the warm Beer Bill Quot by refusing a demand to take it from Hie House sifting committee for action. 3. \ conference committee a Danied to seek a Compromise on Tat Aid to s hoots the Kenai Quot existed on Bolding general Aid Ai he present f12,0 and Supph-ern.a1 Aid at $t#>00.o00. The House Denuit ded a boost to $13.<hmi Quot and $3,"0&Quot, >00. I. A committee also was named to try for a Compromise on Hie Oil conservation appropriation. He Senate demanded 40�,0om a car. The House wanted Only $350.-�?�ti&Quot. Two years ago the Assembly voted $3�o Quot to Bond Issue explained rep. Lawrence Putney a glad Bruoit tried to hold the Pax at $7/1 10 but the House voted him Down. 55 to 51. Supreme court justices also will get a Quot combined total of $h,0"o a year expense Money under the measure but the House voted to trim the proposed appropriation for the state Gar from $3,780 a year to Only $500 for one year. Despite protests by Amy Noll who Heads the Gar office the House voted to move Ber office and records from the Capitol to the archives building. Reps. I Hee Mallonee a Audubon Ami r. O. Burrows Irbelle Plai Ife moved to Cut Down on printing at the University of Iowa Iowa state College and Iowa teachers College. Accuse schools they accused the school of a a wasting Money in printing arid demanded the it be required to vet permission from the interim committee and printing Board for any printing Bot pee if Eaily auth Quot . But speaker w. S. Lynes ruled them out of order. The House and Senate deadlocked on How much the state should give in Aid to schools and decided to have a joint committee try for a Compromise. Happy father and Mother or. And mrs. George Morrison display in their Burlington Iowa Home a cherished picture of their son. Cpl Richard Morrison upon learning that he was one of the first pow s released. Mrs. Morrison was named a Mother of the year a in 1951 because of a courage in the face of school consolidation at Fernald dismissed Roy m. Jones above22, of Morningside. Minn., is reported to be one of the prisoners released As the Exchange began at Panmunjom. Reported wounded and missing in action in november 1950, Jones was awarded the Bronze Star for valor in action in 1951. A it it son s Safe i Hulon s. R. 11�?T i a Railroad crew.-. Red Cross workers and townspeople worked Side by Side today to find the Quot dead Comfort the Hurt and care for the stranded after a northbound Atlantic coast i change. Line Streamliner jumped the there Are Quot quite trucks killing a least five persons and injuring an estimated 150. Reds still hold ailing pos Freedom Village Korea u p 1�?charges that the com-1 munits Are holding Back Lek and wounded Allied prisoners in an Exchange supposed to include All the idling were backed up by two freed americans today. Oakland Calif 4 up a eight pvt. Joseph Picerno. Of Jamaica persons were killed when a West a. A. Said he knows of two men. Pm airlines do 6b plunged into one paralysed the other with a san Francisco Bay monday night leg amputated who apparently Are Only minutes after 3&Quot other permit to be included in the sex sons got Oft the plane. 1 a Navy Rescue boat found two i of w others survivors Bobbing in the Bay Navy rescues i from water in Bay area committee tells How Ames can Aid Centennial i the hid for an enlarged Fernald school District through run Yliria i j Hon with Richland town hip i j school District was turned Down for the time Bein. Monday w Hen comity supt. E. P. Shin door us i stained the objections of 9&Quot pet-1 i 1 i i hollers to the merger. I persons living Iii the or in til area excluded from the District through dismissal of j Centennial committee net i petition have until noon. May 1 his morning to determine what As l file an Appeal with the up re sustain e Loai Persona ran lend intendant. A he Nev Sadatis who Are spearhead in sustaining the objectors i inc the planning for the Nevada a Schindler took into account the j Story county Centennial scheduled number of persons objecting As j for june it is i and 17. Well the soundness of their Rea Art mat to i son is the chairman zoning he said. Of the committee which functions As a subcommittee of the greater a Quot Quot committee a of Hie Ames chamber of com nerve. Working with him Are Arthur Eschbach Charlie w. Sorenson. A. It Skeie Carl Powers Joe Gerbrach and Biti Butterfield. Primary Job the Quot i 1m Troob of me son it w a it i ded w i by lending of notable Antiques not improved in their petition who his filed a week ago today the petitioners who were represented by i. And i mrs. Ray j. Danielson. Or. And mrs. Francis Donaldson and la Mont Wilson As Wei a those of i ejectors represented by Elmer j i Paul and c. E Rasmusson pointed flu a out hint the Fernald school would Andrj not he substantially improved by for the proposed merger lie and w Iio a worse of than Waters he is and Are till in prison Camp. Short hop the All chair car train the of Wilbert warring of Phila tile plane carrying a total of a Champion Quot plunged from the Delphia said five passengers and live Crew rails near this Small town near the a there were Over a Quot still in the members in route from to Angel Morffi Carolina Border in bitter Hospital when i left. A Twenty five is to Seattle was on a seven i n cold weather late monday night. Cane with me. Some who could not Ute Cross Bay hop from san frail walk were left behind. I Don t know Cisco to Oakland to take aboard Why Quot More passengers when the Une warring was wounded in the leg Pla fld crash occurred and before his capture oct. 6. 1952. He was on a litter when interviewed. A i can to straighten out my leg Quot he said. Two trapped two Quot of til dead were still trap Ped in the telescoped wreckage of one of to e of 1 Ward coaches at noon today. The injured More than 9&Quot were hospitalized were taken Toi four hospitals in the area. Many others were treated on the track Side at motels hotels and in private a in icing the Railroad issued no statement As to cause of the Accident except to say a we arc Engineer b. A Sweeney Rocky mount \. C. W Iio was in his cab red propaganda does influence some prisoners the crash was witnessed from the Oakland Tower at 11 08 p. In. . 1 08 . . And Navy and coast guard crash boats and helicopter were at the scene in less than 30 minutes. I ii two survivors plucked Nom i water arid rushed to Alameda naval air station where to new Quot up Frau-1 erred to Oak Knoll naval Hospital were senior Steward it a Beverly Nelson 27, san Jose Calif. And St. Clair shores mich., and passenger Jerry Adams 21. Fair i Banks mounted High up in front of the train said he could not explain i Banks Alaska. What happened. The first he knew. Freedom Village. Korea recover four bodies in said was when he picked him Alp a some Allied prisoners four bodies were recovered by self up bleeding after being Knock Cere favourably influenced by com a he searching surface Craft but a out of his sea. His fireman was Monist propaganda but their Coni Cene was immediately killed. Rades shunned them a freed amen j no interview can said today. Sweeney was closeted behind the fellow s tried to stay away locked doors of a hotel room and from them Quot freckle faced pct. Reporters were not allowed to inter a Todd 19> Alliance. Neb., por and that be put before the Public at the 1951 ele it lion. Sen. D. C. Nolan of Iowa City Aid the Highway system Oady needs modernization. Quot we have one of the finest Highway systems in the country hut it 1 wearing out quoth Quot said. Tile proposed Bonds would be a Aid off entirely out of the state primary Road funds Over a period a it of 20 years at no More than 3 per cent interest. The Iowa executive Council would decide when and in what amounts to i sue the Bonds. Nolan said More than 1.500 Miles of Iowa s paved High ways Are 25 year old or older and More than 2,500 Miles Are Between 20 and 25 year. Old. The Cost of rebuilding them he said is estimated at $80,000 a mile. Nolan said there would be no need to raise gasoline taxes or Rar License fee to finance the Bond Issue. Relics to provide a to sphere the Senate insisted on holding the Celebration. Tile mat Bison Mer-1<hooi facilities which would be general Aid to schools at the pres turf company will Serin As a de Coni Quot available to the id Quot its of Richland township would not be a Good in Many instances a they now Are. $13,000,000 and $3,000,000. I used in the Centennia program the Mercer w Ould have brought soil conservation Are requested to leave these item All of Richland township into the Tho two houses also deadlocked there Fernald consolidated District on How much to Pend for Soh each item should be careful in also. Pointed out the object conservation. The Senate demanded married with a owners name j tors the enrolment of the the proposed $300,000 too Bond it 2. »00,00d a it Par and c pottery. And any local individuals sue to improve highways would m�nta1 Aid 12.000, a year who Bai Quot relies of Pioneer dais a no to f or a the nah air a the Qixi the House demanded increases to and who would like to hat amp them or. And mrs Roy p. Jones parents of 1st it. Roy m. Jones. 22, one of the first american prisoners released answer phone to receive congratulations from neighbors and friends. It. Jones was a prisoner of the communists for 29 months being captured nov. 2, 1950. With extensive wounds in Back arms and legs from machine gun bullets. $400,000 a year the House wanted old address. Every precaution will Only $350,000. The present amount a it ? a key Are re spent is $300,000. Sen. Earl c. Fishbaugh a Shenandoah sharply attacked the truckers lobby and opposed a plan to raise the truck weight limit to 65,478 pounds a a boost of 2ls tons. But the Senate approved the House plan and sent the Bill to gov. William s. Beardsley. Fishbaugh argued that the truckers lobby a an a insatiable appetite Quot a next session they la want a length increase for trucks. He said. Truck lobby to Pennsylvania Iii 1959 1 i aimed intact to the Mathison Mercury company after they Are tined a Nevada during the it Quot in brat Ion. Many of them will be lined for apr oprian Quot window decorations Fernald school would be increased by Only 20 pupils. The geographic feature were discussed. Sub District no. F of Richland township school District is contiguous to Nevada Independent school District it was brought out. Of that Street hearing set a Public a Quot Arin on Street improvement program no 2 will a conducted at a Cir. Council meeting Sih Quot ruled for v . Today. There two unions offered by the and Hil h i Quot Only nub District attended Nevada High committee were spinning wheels and antique pictures though they Felt there would be Many Many More the committee then went on record to urge All Ames citizens of Purchase the Centennial coms. Most persons will be Given an Opportunity to do so at an Early Date it is planned. I a announced Ilia any Bim sch Sfa continued on Page four a i Immi i i i i a continued on Page four pos Tell of red brutality of sick wounded left behind school even before the one room Rural school in the area was closed probably an important Factor in s the county superintendents Dis Missal decision was the a that the 9&Quot objectors from Richland township school District repro rented a Clear majority of the approximately 145 qualified 1 Der in that part of the town hip first turned Down Thi is the Only on of four tic i i proposal Lur Coli Ionia oxidation proposals to 1> turned non concerned for to a 14 and a Down in store county this year so filed Lith the county superin did i tar. A it a March 23. It was i Bod by after clo it to a quartet of a 135 qualified inter of the area Century with no consolidation with Only 47 of the signee com move Tuala a getting tarted in inc from the area to be added the county this 1952-1955 school Richland town hip school Dinar a Quot a a udder in Petu in to l. A. In the trend. People in the Maxwell area were first with their wire to form the Maxwell consolidated school i trick. The i do and Zearing neighbourhoods shortly afterwards initiated merger procedures. Both Colo and Maxwell had relatively uneventful procedures in working toward their consolidations and will elect new boards april 27, but to the Zearing proposition there grrr objectors in some of the sub districts which would be added. That consolidation will come to a vote May 6. View him. A i started toward the Back of the engine and saw i was Sweeney said. A i started to Pray and the lord showed me a window that had been broken out and i got through it one of the big problems til the uninjured was what to do about shoe. Most in tile passengers had kick Quot Oft their shoes to stretch out for Tao night Iii the Streamliner chairs when the Accident Nap pc lied. Rescue workers Rescue workers toiled through the night and on through another Day attempting to Cut through the tangled wreckage. Some of tile cars Wen smashed almost Fiat. Mrs. Paul a a Michaei who helped Iii tin Rescue work. a he injured Quot weren t complaining much they were so glad to be Frank Cagle of Dillon came on the scene while flames from the burning engine were still too hot to get very a Hen in saw first one then several persons stagger from one of said. Quot i done to know Why the ones who Fil for the propaganda did it. They did t seem to get any better i j an army censor told Todd not to i answer whet a correspondent asked him if a Quot know whether any a of the Quot prisoners now being re turned were Influent Quot. By Cornin in is in Quot we Don t want to take the possible Chance of embarrassing any of the prisoner who have the censor explained. Todd said the reds died to be military information from him after a was captured. A they asked me the positions of my company quoth Quot said. A but i did no to know i was new in Hie Coin Todd came Hack wit ii a a Bandage on i neck. He was wounded just before his capture near Itjin May a. 21. 1951 he said communist Doc Halter operated on him four times. Quot but they figure out what was wrong with me he Aid. Quot they did no to think there was any shrapnel in my neck but it the derailed coaches a began did t get Well. Loading them into his Cai for trips Todd said he the Hospital. Back Home w Iii it wit impossible to obtain an is All right. At Graf Quot account of the seriousness not All injuries. A Kwa Are trying to in Here. An attendant at one bos pita Aid Quot we Haven to time pc record1 hoped i get word 1 family hat he no invitation i id my proved it Freedom \ in vhf. U it in of Quot Paul Blan Quot a it prod Quot ill til a America is. Eed in today s prison Exchange was asked How it Felt a Tir to i thought i was a dream lie said Quot but when i saw Ilia great big health american of i know it was ii plump bean. Was the St a tot Kotlier \ i chd a to Moth of eight a candidate today for s. Eel Council s contest of Tho year. Quot i lie Lincoln Paik tue Beal monday. A Sally a spec to 1 a Hung on her Cage a a a to Counci pointed inn that the citation did no include an in 1 Tat Ion to i a a a1 luncheon april 29 Ina Cli w 1 six a i he Nome it Lunatic la fied. He was tentatively listed As Dave b. Petty san Bernardino Calif. The other four victims were still missing at 3 a. In. And searching coast guardsmen said they believed it would be impossible to locate them before Daybreak. It was believed the missing four were still trapped in the submerged wreckage. Listed As dead or missing a Pilot Robert Clark. Co Pilot Robe. Jacobsen. Flight Engineer Robert league stewardess Barbara brew Stanley j. Newman Richmond. Calif. R. Turner no address and a or. Graves of Long Beach Calif. One witness Only to the crash arts Caa traffic controller Robert of Neil who was on duty in the Oakland Airport Tower. He said ii Edh tracking Hie incoming plan on a newly installed radar the Tower when the image t looked out Hie window it terrific explosion on he Aid Quot it was immediately followed by .1 Bright gasoline fire which looked ilk it Zivad Over a Quarter of a mile of the Bay. Or lasted very briefly and went of ii ithe ii to or 5 seconds Quot of Neil said he was talking to to the Pilot just two minutes before the crash and said the plane Captain gave no hint that he was in trouble. Miss Nelson was. Helped Nom Rescue Era Shoaf by two Civ win in but was Abl a to walk to the Ambo Lance. Sue was soaked Ami it i Quot ing and covered from head to Loo with dirty Brtown Oil. Hut appeared unhurt. Apparently still somewhat dazed by her experience she had Only .1 confused recollect Ion or the crash a i done to know what happened he told reporters. A i was Sheie. Then i was oui of a he plane Quot set in Quot in a a ii d i wounded Are a Quot ing left Day i in a Allied w a prisoners u16 Camps freed from red prison Camps told p l Joseph Picerno Jamaica today How Many of their buddies j a sat Ain reds till apr died under Skull crushing blows holding Quot quite a few prisoner tront Rifle Butts wielded by North worse than me. In the ram korean guards and from Lack of Rani which he was released. A one had his leg he said a one Man was paralysed on both prison officials care on forced a death medical Marc they to Quot old too of it Arval Ion in communist prison Camps and deaths from malnutrition and Dis ease. Behind in with i Rifle. Sometimes men would drop nut then a on would hear a shot and then we went russians a on or said a two jeep loads of russians off hers Stop Ped us on the Road and tried to get the hards so drunk they would shoot r a he explained the russians made unmistakable to Ames woman sends Mamie replicas to Washington Hon in Quot Ann what they wanted neither the repatriated Lien not other on the death Anarch he dysentery too much Many holding a minded the United nations officials would said Quot died mainly of most seriously Iii Hazard a a a Quot its As to til Quot reason not enough to eat am reported the reds still arc apparently qualified cases were not being returned it was suggested the red May a have one possible out in the Gene were individual a convention article i >9 which. They added up to 1 says. In the repatriation of j Quot parties to the conflict Are of the most critically and in most Sotriou by a pol to Quot in Slid hts Quot i a a i Quot y fact ,1 k Aud wound 1 to quote stories of brutality Mal treatment and of sick and wounded left behind came to Light As the reds announced no americans or other non korean Vav i be included among the of who will be handed hark to the u n. In today a Exchange at serious a a turn a Quot it a bound to Send Back to then own country. Seriously wounded and seriously sick prisoners of War after having cared for them until they Are fit to travel Quot ton ? Orville Al told a a a cd Mullin coving at Quot death a arc in could t move said. The Quot North i it ii Iii a a head a turkish Soldier. Pvt. Davut Acar said when he was transferred from one prison Camp to another a about 20 americans were too weak to he said 100 americans died to his knowledge and he described Lack of food As a contributing Factor. I Here were numerous stories too of the i Quot a and wounded who did n t get to come Back. Set albeit f. Howard Nash Ville. Tenn said a there still Are sick and wounded in our area More sick and worse off than War a i a Fly the other were 1 guess Liev were too Sita 1 come How s the weather met i i 1 int i ans Enjo v Elt i 1 wan nest temperature this icon monday at it . When a High 57 Des re was reached. Thav go temperature for the t to period was brought Down a Sid Erable however by a he Day of of 31 degrees at 2 a in Odt n to rat la re will Ai Quot rage to of a degrees Abov e Norma not Mal High 6&Quot North 63 South nor Mal Low 77 North. 42 South. \ ii tie colder wednesday or thu Day followed by a warming trend precipitation will average ibo i Inch falling As showers Satin Dai 1 r sunday. Of these Triplet dolls look familiar its because they re All of Mamie Eisenhower in her inaugural gown. Creations of mrs John Krajicek 117 n Oak. Left they ate being sent to mrs. Eisen Bower and her two granddaughters As a gift. The Engineer doll at the right is Foi the president and mrs. Eight endow Rry a grandson. Dwight David la. The miniatures of mrs Eisenhower have Bangs and Short Brown hair and Are dressed in Pink towns highlighted with dozen of Whir tour the Engineer s Doh for David has an insignia of the Chicago Weste n Railroad where or. Kra Tribune photo Vicek is employed. The dolls will a taken to Washington by or. And mrs. Bill Butterfield who Are leaving thursday morning to at tend a National convention of the l. S. Chamber of Commerce monday through wednesday of next week in Washington or. And mrs. Phil Walter will also attend die convention. The dolls will be presented to mrs. Eisenhowe Quot following a White House Tea tues Day which both mrs Butterfield and mrs Walters will attend but t a 1 a i of is Genera manager of Thame chamber of c Cymmer 1 be and Walters is Vee president of the chamber. Traffic Jam in Pammel court \ traffic in net urn ii in pummel court monday nit a. 1 rom in cd a Tribune nut to. Til Quot fishing sea Sui a Bere at it advertise die covered when people jammed his place ? i buy a Mote i his i shut a hat appeared be v it Cut he Bohr 57 i in Iii 11. H a Amto so 1 eds Amine re Ouri a

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