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Cedar Rapids Citizen (Newspaper) - December 6, 1953, Cedar Rapids, IowaWeather Iowa Bow rat of Tufa Raicic. Bertarini Ertly cute indy wer Utt Sumter of terms. Accuu attoh 2 u 5 Inthy West us berth. Court mirth Udu. He fac 32-3. City final 10 Cam volume 71number Cedar rapids Iowa sunday december 6, 1953. Associated press. United press Pete rational hbw8 Laniel taken ill at Bermuda ignorance about atom is costly experts failed to give Truman adequate data dec member says. Milwaukee a a member of the atomic Energy commission said Satur Day night that former presi Dent Truman s statement last january that he was t con Vinced Russia had the a bomb clearly indicates a failure on the part of the experts to really get across twisters Deal out death in Dixie states Vicksburg miss. A twirling tornadoes smashed tangled paths of death injury and damage across Mississippi Louisiana and Arkansas saturday eight. The toll still mounting stood at six dead and Many scores injured. The worst Tornado struck Vicksburg miss., where it lanced into the business District killing four injuring More than 100 and wrecking buildings and Automo Biles by the score. Louisiana. Arkansas. Another Tornado smashed two communities near Monroe in Northern Louisiana. Two others pounded across Southeastern Arkansas. First reports listed no deaths for the Monroe and Arkansas twisters but property damage ran heavy. Twenty one houses were coming in through the storm to him the full import of the atomic dec commissioner Thomas e Murray made the statement in a tend a Day Nursery killing two prepared speech in which he also babies. Far Back As 1945, demolished by the winds at Rocky Branch and Spencer. At Vicksburg the winds Flat that As r american atomic experts believed that Hydrogen bombs ten thousand Timas As powerful the a bombs might eventually be feasible. Reliance on experts. Murray said no Man could have Given More support to the atomic Energy program than Harry s. Truman but that aside irom the failure of atomic experts to get the import of the facts across there was in Mur Ray s opinion an Over Complete Reliance by or. Truman on his atomic experts while he was in Murray in a speech Lor the dedication of a new Library a Marquette University mentioned Truman in saying that Over the years since the launching of the atomic Energy program a num ber of key american officials have been insufficiently informed East and another at Crossett either through in exclusionary policy by atomic leaders them selves or As a result of a ten Dency on the part of Many government officials to leave atomic matters to the exclusion the dec member listed Secre tary of state John Foster Dulles gen. Douglas Macarthur and the late James Forrestal former Secretary of defense As victims o the exclusion policy. Calling for increased Educa a Dallas Texas Man died in Lis automobile when part of a building fell on his machine. Theater wrecked. Many of the injured screamed inside the Saenger theater blown nto wreckage in downtown Vicksburg while 50 to 75 children watched a saturday night movie. No one was killed in the the Ater officials reported. The flames of numerous fires flickered in the sky Over Vicks org where All electric Power was blown out and downtown Telephone lines snarled. A Missouri Pacific Railroad Dis Patcher at Little Rock said so lad received reports that Severa children had been blown away in one of two Arkansas storms. Phone line Down. One such storm was reported a Montrose in the extreme South Wii the Ephone lines Down no immediate contacts could be established. Vicksburg hospitals treated patients anywhere they could find room. Floors corridors dining rooms All were jammed with the injured. And still the ambulances screamed through the night with lore. A second theater and two stores were reported Down in wreckage at Vicksburg. Reports were fragmentary. At Monroe 11 persons were reported injured. Snow to move Iowa Kline seeks help for development of farm program new York up president Allan b. Kline of the american Arm Bureau federation has filled for help from business la. Tion of government officials especially policy makers on atomic matters but without specifying who should take the initiative m bringing ii about Murray said Clear understanding of the facts and implications of the atomic armaments race Between the United states and the . And first hand experience with the Phenomena of full scale atomic test explosions Are essential for realistic discussions and actions on this supreme prob quotes Dulles. Referring to the exclusion pc retard Dulles at one time. 5 Tomat Ornic matters Murray said the evening and move eastward Des mo1nes a rain freezing rain and Snow from 2 to 5 inches in the Northwest Hall of the state was the weather Bureau s weekend prediction for Iowa. The rain which began in South of Ern Iowa saturday noon was expected to change to Snow during Arm program consistent with ree Enterprise. He spoke Friday night at the Congress of american Industry sponsored by the National Asso nation of manufacturers. He out lined the interdependence of armers and business interests. Kline said the necessity for some kind of farm program Las come about because of High elastic farm prices. We would like to have it consistent with the system which encouraged and rewarded Initia Ive and provided maximum Freedom of Choice for the individual he said. That Dulles himself in a recent speech had declared with refer ence to the formation of the United nations charter in 1945 " one Inadequacy sprang from continued on Page 4, col. 3. Five boys shut maliciously in ice Box barely saved Stockton Calif. A it was raining heavily at noontime Friday. Five Stockton High school j boys climbed into an abandoned ice Box on a lot half a Block from school to eat their lunches. The door suddenly slammed. The boys heard a Peg thrust through the hasp and barricades being piled against the door. School authorities two hours later received an Anonymous phone Call and notified police who rushed to the lot. They Tore off the door. The boys tumbled out. Unconscious. Police chief Jack o Keefe said they could not have survived More than half an hour longer. Across the state reaching the Southeast Corner of the state by sunday morning. Northwest Iowa hit by up to 4 Linches of Snow Friday was due to get a new 2 to 5 Inch cover winds causing some Drifting. The weather Bureau said a narrow zone of freezing precipitation was expected along a path 20 to 30 Miles wide from Omaha to Des Moines ahead of the Snow. The Bureau warned this would cause hazardous driving conditions in that area. Highways in extreme North West Iowa saturday i Snow packed and Slippery Anc others if in spots As the result of Friday s storm. Northerly 25 to 30 mile an hour winds were expected to whip across the state by son Day afternoon with tempera Tures in the Middle 20s North West and cooler readings South East. The Snow will end Over the boy 13, flies runaway plane Rocky mount n. C. A a 13-year-old Schoolboy with out piloting experience saturday flew a runaway private plane while dozens of fear Frozen spectators and an ambulance wait Jor and government in getting a de below for a crash. But Tony Hammond put the plane Down with Only minor damage and no injury to himself or his horrified passenger Rich Ard Floyd who was on his first plane ride. As related by l. P. Broadfield manager of a Rocky mount air port Hammond was at the controls of the Piper cub with his foot on the brakes while the a Terai and Pilot William Gaither was out Side twirling the propeller to Start the engine. Suddenly the engine caught and the plane apparently with the throttle stuck raced Down a runway and took to the air. The youngster circled the air port for a Quarter hour while a we shall need the help of own gath4ered below and an business and of labor and of government to get it he urged our greatest ingenuity in developing foreign Trade at a High level. I believe it is possible to use by sunday morning with Strong some of our agricultural exports a As honest to goodness capital As setts and use them to create new capital investments in the areas where there Are things absolutely essential to the american econ ambulance was called. Then he jointed the nose Down for a land no. The plane struck a Landing ight but settled safely on the Field. Hammond s older brother works " omy. He did not suggestion. Elaborate on the at the Airport and the two often talk flying but Broadfield said ii youth had had no Normal flight instruction. Hammond asked by a reporter if he wanted to Fly again re plied sure can you Fly Camp Good health state sunday night with readings Sley. 31. Her husband a Driver dipping to the Low teens North a " West and the Low 20s Southeast. Saturday afternoon Marks varied from 31 at Sioux City to 49 at Burlington. Nighttime lows of rom 20 Northwest to near 40 in the extreme Southeast Corner. Comi to Cedar rapids Christmas shopping Center of Eastern Iowa it will pay you to drive Miles to see the tremendous selection of gifts offered by the Many Fine stores in Cedar rapids. Gifts to suit everyone on your shopping list. Gifts to lit your budget. Read the ads in a cry Sec Tion of today s Gazette for suggestions galore. Of one of the cars involved was reported in serious condition sat urday night in Peoples Hospital Independence. The Cooksley s two daughters Margaret Jane 5, and Kathryn 11 also were injured. The Cook Herald Tribune resumes strike talks Are begun new York representatives of the publishers and striking al photo a n g r a v e r s met in session for the first time in to Day saturday and the Only major new York newspaper not directly affected by the eight Day strike resumed publication. Federal mediators announced that a meeting Between Union management sub committees got underway after a p r o l o n d round of separate meetings be Ween the two groups and mediators this afternoon. There was no indication How Ever whether any Progress a been made in the dispute or in full scale joint discussions would be called later saturday night. Abbreviated edition. The Herald Tribune resumed publication saturday night to give news starved new yorkers a major daily paper for the first time in nearly a week. But Only an eight Page e d i t i o n was planned for sunday. In resuming operations the Herald Tribune said it is now radar data stolen from Lant 17 papers recovered at Home of employee but six still missing. New York ins Mili tary sources disclosed Satur Day that 17 radar documents rave stolen recently from a key defense Plant in Syra Cuse n. Y., and then recovered but six others still Are missing. The papers were seized in a raid by Security officials on the Home of a general electric com Pany employee in Syracuse and included 17 classified drawing Lor Navy radar projects. Roy Cohn chief counsel of the Senate permanent investigations committee confirmed tha the group headed by Senato Mccarthy a Isis Probin the circumstances surrounding the mysterious disappearance o he Security papers some As recently As three months ago. Found by Chance. He declined however to Dis cuss the Case declaring i am sorry but this Commilee cannot comment on the r Ort because this particular Mati r is under Active investigation at this the employee at . S a electronics research and develop ment Center had succeeded in getting the restricted data out of the Plant without suspicion. The document were discovered by Chance at his Home As the result of another investigation. Tom Man was fired for theft o the papers which under military regulations Are supposed to be accounted for and under Security Protection tall times. Ins Learned that at least six a t h e r confidential death ends Long service of fire chief Kohout emil p. Kohout Cedar a old n emil a Kohout Cedar rapids fire chief died suddenly Satur Day at 3 55 . At St. Luke s Hospital. He was 64. An autopsy performed Satur Day night showed that a heart attack was the cause of death or. E. F. Kopecky said. Chief Kohout was on duty in his office saturday morning. Or. Kohout was stricken about 3 30 . While burning Brush on his acreage located North of Ellis Park on Robbins Road. He was taken to the Hospital by ambulance service and was dead on arrival or. Kopecky said. Or. Kohout of 422 g Avenue new was a lifelong resident of French head stricken by lung fever ibid ult replaces him in big 3 talks Parley with soviet mapped. By Bab Considine. Castle Harbour hotel Bermuda ins French Premier Joseph Lan Iel was forced to take to bed sunday with a serious lung inflammation and appeared to be definitely out of remain no big three conferences. The disclosure of Laniel s con and specifications on radar for air Force and a by projects Bave been missing from the Syracuse Plant of . For periods of up to a year. The military sources said that in the wrong hands the Docu ments could be prejudicial to the defense interests of the a Prober under Way. Investigations Are under Way by the military and . To de Termine whether the missing papers were lost misplaced or Cedar rapids and lire chief since 1932. He is survived by his wife Lula m., and a Mother Leo of Marion. Services wid. Be conducted in the Turner Chapel at a time to be announced later. Friends May Call at the Chapel after 4 today. Chief Kohout p o p u 1 a r 1 known As Butch. Was appointed to the lire department in 1918 he served with engine company no. 1 until his appointment As fire inspector in 1924. He acted in that capacity until becoming chief. Improved department. Passing of the Long time pub Lic servant came As a Shock to All who knew him in the line of duty and As a Friend. He has Long been credited with bringing about improvements in the Cedar rapids fire department until it ranked As one of the finest in Owa. Improvements under his Lead stolen. Investigators for the Mccar convinced that its publication will thy subcommittee have been in the upstate new York area for Over three weeks probing Possi ble communist infiltration at ., and seven other key de sense plants. In addition the Senate sub committee is probing alleged communist affiliations of nine electronics engineers at the grif Fis air Force base at Rome n. A nerve Center for All air Force radar research and development Conn has recommended per hearings As Early As possible in the Rome Syracuse area Anc indications Are they May be held in about 10 Days. Winthrop woman killed 7 injured in head on crash special to the Gazette. Winthrop a Winthrop woman was killed and seven other persons injured in a two car crash on Highway 20 a half mile West of Here saturday about 7 50 total 7,465.46 . Budget for 1953 7.758.00 dead is mrs. Clarence Cook see specs qua photo Page 20. Previously reported. .$6,935.46 society for the preservation a n d encourage ment of Barber shop quartet s i n n g in America. Inc 500.00 b. Harrington 30.00 yet to be raised a strike of al photo engravers which has shut Down six other major Manhattan papers since nov. 28. It had suspended publication last monday in sympathy with the Otner publishers. Vital Public for five Days in the midst of important National and International events the people of this City have been without a major newspaper the Herald Tribune announcement said. We believe the distribution of Newi to be a vital Public service essential to the work ins of a free government in the end this consideration takes precedence Over every bar gainers representing pub continued on Page 4, col. 7. Former inmate hungry and broke Back As prison guest were expected. So � s baby was at Home.1 Driver of the other car was Ralph Shepherd of Quasqueton mexican Cowboy a 1937 Plymouth. His passengers were Charles w. King 2, Harold f. King 30, and Peter Hanson 28, All of Winthrop. All Jorge Negrete Dies Hollywood a Jorge Negrete Mexico s favorite sing ing Cowboy actor died saturday in Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. He had been in a coma for six Days. Negrete came to los Angeles nov. 21 intending to open nov. 23 at the downtown million Dollar theater for a week s appearances but he was stricken nov. 22. He suffered from cirrhosis of the liver and hepatitis a virus infection of the liver originally contracted in 1937. Were injured. Tha Coo Mcsley car was a 1931 Chevrolet. The head on crash occurred near the top of a Hill. Today s Chekle the parents were objecting to their son s girl Friend. I m sorry. said the boy but she s the Best girl i can get with the car we be Attica n. Up a free Man at last but broke hungry and homeless a former prison inmate saturday trudged 34 Miles during heavy winds and cold to become a guest St the prison where he had spent most of the last 15 years. Appearing unexpectedly at Attica state prison in the of Dawn Wilbert Emmett. 44, explained he returned because he did t know where he could get something to eat. He was accepted temporarily As a guest and Ted a Hearty break fast. Emmett suddenly was re leased from custody Friday efter a judge ruled that he had already spent More time in prison than is required in 1 der a first degree grand Lar Ceny charge. When he walked i out of the county building r. I buffalo34 Miles Distant he i had no Money in his pockets i and no place to go. So he started the Long hike Back to his Home Here. Or. Walter b. Martin. Attica prison Warden said Emmett s stay probably would be Short however. The Warden explained that Emmett would have to be released As soon As the formal order expected presently was received. He added that Emmett would be Given the $20 which the state allows released prisoners and the $9.39 personal Money which has been held by prison authorities. Edition came after president Eisen Hower prime minister Churchill my Georges Bidault France s foreign minister who substituted or the ailing Laniel put the Fin Shing touches on a still Undis closed reply to russian accept Ance of the West s proposal for a 3ig-four conference of foreign ministers. Running hath fever. An official bulletin on Laniel s condition said he was ordered to bed after Churchill s personal physician found he was running a High fever when he was called to treat what was thought to be a cold. French sources said it was diagnosed to be an inflammation of the taut similar to pneumonia which was feared might develop into pleurisy. Laniel youngest and most rugged of the three principles at the Bermuda conference caught a Hill during an overcast Day and was unable to take part in the top level talks talks which saturday also entered on discussion of the revitalization of German military Power. Meeting of ministers. The chief conferees and thei Jusy aides and advisers took in hand the draft of a reply to the Kremlin s recent note agreeing to big four talks and urging that meeting take place in Berlin Early next year. Such a Parley would involve u. S. Secre tary of state John Foster Dulles British of icing Secretary an Thony Eirien soviet foreign min ister v. M. Molotov and the French foreign minister. The draft had been worked on throughout Friday night by a Reship were in evidence soon aft committee of experts later to or his appointment As chief 21 be honed into shape by Julles years ago. In 1933 he prompted Eden and Bidault. The three de lie construction of a Drill Tower at the Central fire station. Repentant . Marries girl he thought he lost crackers neck. A. Up Cpl. Edward s. Dickinson. The repentant i took As his Bride saturday the tall blonde Moun Tain girl he thought he had lost while he considered switching to communism in a korean prison. In a ceremony at nearby big Stone Gap in the storied Lone ome Pine country the 23-year old repatriated Soldier married shy Kate Laney to Climax a secret courtship of two weeks. The couple surprised their friends and families. They got heir marriage License from clerk w b. Lav of Wise county who spread the word that Dickenson lad wooed and recon his lost Ove. They were married saturday afternoon at the Home of Dicken son s brother. Officiating was the Rev. Sylvan Wilson former Pas tor of Rickenson s Church known As the big Spring free will Baptist Church of Wildcat hollow. Dickenson s parents his Hall sister mrs. Doyle Wells and full sister. Rose Helen Dickenson watched the ceremony. Dickenson announced he would not re enlist in the army but would Settle Down in or near big Stone Gap and go to work new that i have a there will be no honeymoon. The newlyweds planned to stay temporarily at the Grover Dick Enson place. Grover s wife Verna Helen is Kate s sister. Kate s parents did not get w the wedding. The couple disclosed they had their first formal Date since Dick Enson s return last saturday night. The Tower was the first of numerous training devices and programs he instituted in an at tempt to thoroughly educate and train the men in his command. Daily study schedule. He set up a daily study sched ule in which firemen Are required to make themselves familiar with unusual named streets Odd addresses and locations of fire hydrants and Public buildings in the City. The same program included study o ventilation Rescue and Salvage work use of Gas masks and Many other procedures required in fire fighting. He also brought about the use of fire fighting films for the training of his men. Voted their entire morning ses Sion to this. Saturday night s communique the second since the conference opened Friday read the Heads of the delegations accompanied by their foreign ministers continued their talks this afternoon. After discussing the reply to the soviet note they proceeded to hold a preliminary Exchange of views on the euro Pean defense it was pointed Cut earlier that there is Little Chance that the big three reply to the More or less conciliatory russian note will be issued from Bermuda. Probably it will be sent simultaneously from Washington Lon Don and Paris some time alter continued on Page 4, col. 8. Rome paper seeks to Aid new York Rome a cheer up. New yorkers publishers Are on the Way. The publisher of the Rome daily american announced sat urday that thousands of copies cd the English language daily of Italy and the Middle East Are being blown to relieve the new York newspaper famine. The eight Page tabloid will be Given free to new yorkers As a gesture of Goodwill to the peo Isle of America s greatest City i said publisher Louis Cortese a native new yorker himself. Chief in action this photo of chief emil p. Kohout was taken while he was direct ing the fighting of a recent major fire in Cedar rapids. Sunday s Index Section i. Late deaths Delte Tah go. Gazette Section n. Lawa new y. And Law political nates Marla Tana Section Iii. Seelal around the town new books Batu i Morten record re lews Radt. And to Section in. Saart want Adi 1 h-17 ii Cran Ward 7 Mullal m i

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