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Cedar Rapids Citizen (Newspaper) - December 11, 1953, Cedar Rapids, IowaWeather Ackt near twight my saturday. A Salt it k. Alfh saturday s3. City final scents volume 71number 336 Cedar rapids. Iowa Friday december 11, 1953. Associated press United press internat Ohai. Two Bank night plan approve korean trip by Mother is ruled out permission to go from Japan to talk with captive denied. By Robert Fennell. Tokyo ins a Minne Sota Mother who flew half Way around the Globe for an Effort to persuade her son to return Home from communism Friday was refused per Mission to go on from Japan to Korea but said she will keep up her fight. After Landing in Tokyo trim Gray haired Portia Howe 43, went straight to gen. John e. Hull s Headquarters where the $306,195 suit for personal injuries filed Cedar Baldi n new a 21-year-old Cedar rapids youth late thursday filed a $306, 195 suit for alleged personal in juries and damages suffered in de a 1951, car truck crash. He is Jerry e. Heintze 1941 Park Avenue be whose suit was filed by his Mother mrs. Ernest e. Heintze acting As his guardian. In addition to the $306.195 asked by the youth his parents ask for $9,000 damages. Named defendants in the Peti Tiki. Are Dallas and Mavis for warding company a South Bend liui., trucking company and Luther h. Hall now a resident Florida. The suit is believed to be the largest its kind Ever filed in Linn county District court. The petition alleges the youth suffered grevious and permanent injuries when the car in which he was Riding was involved in a collision with a Dallas and Mavis truck operated by Hall about two Miles North North Liberty on far East commander reluctantly turned Down her personal plea to be allowed entry into Korea. But the farm wife from Alden minn., told a news conference i have not Given up Hope reach ing and talking face to face with her son . Richard Tenneson 22, in Korea s truce zone. The Resolute Little woman said the next move must come from Washington in her Battle to see one the 22 american prisoners who reportedly have chosen to remain with the communists. Conure men Aid. I expected a certain amount official opposition mrs. Howe told reporters. She said she planned to stay in Tokyo several Days at least. Several congressmen Are help ing her in her struggle to get official clearance mrs. Howe re a she and Hull Hada he said agreed that neither would make Public the details their talk at the supreme commanders fice. She refused to answer when asked whether Hull had Given her any encouragement. Gave Promise. She said she had received no official encouragement elsewhere but declined to answer questions As to whether any officials had told her privately she still had a said Heintze was passenger in a car driven by Scott Mclntyre jr., Cedar rap ids. The Accident happened during a Snow which made the Highway icy the petition said. It is alleged that Heintie suffered a fracture the cer Vical bodies in the neck re Sultini in permanent damage to the major part his spinal chord. The petition said Heintie is permanently paralysed from the neck Down and that he will always be confined to a bed or wheel chair. The plaintiffs seek $3,650 for pain suffering and disability to Date $113,420 for loss future income $82,125 for future pain and suffering and $108,000 for future medical and nursing care and Medicine. The youth was 19 at the time the Accident and his parents ask $9,000 for expenses they incurred Between the time the Accident and the Date their son s Twenty first birthday. Chance reaching her son. Korea and million stage italian strike Rome a an estimated one million government w o r k e r s struck Friday in a 24-hour show strength paralysing Railroad told the travers an explosion and postal services and closing electrons in the tube these said that before she took wednesday from Washington she promised officials there that she would not try to go to Korea without military permission. Hull voicing deep sympathy for mrs. Howe said he was not authorized to Grant her request because defense department policy holding it would be impracticable and unwise to let relatives interview non repatriate pcs. Mrs. Howe told the newsmen she planned to wait and Pray that the Pentagon would modify she said that she managed to talk with her son face to face what i am going to say to him depends entirely on his reaction to she said the last letter she received from him was dated May 11 this year and advised his younger brother not to enlist be cause he might lose his Chance to go Home freely. Mrs. Howe contended that this indicated to her that Richard actually wanted to be repatriated overhaul to set ordered to destroy phantom Blue Point n. . And mrs. Jerry travers Friday told � television dealer to Remote a Sei from their Home because haywire p t l r i l is Many schools. The walkout is the first one at government and Industry. Unions both communist and non million Industrial workers strike for 24 hours tuesday. Assoc mud press wort photo. Cocker saves boy Terry jagers 3, Long Beach and his Cocker Span Iel pal Bunny talk things Over at Home after police found them dripping wet and shivering on the Bank the los Angeles River flood control Channel. Bunny helped me out the water was All the boy would Tell officers. It was theorized that Terry fell into the deep water and the dog jumped in and dragged him to the Bank. Terry s Mother had reported him missing. Sex chairman red youth is Fri aide Washington ins the charge against Norway farm hand dropped Edar radius news ing Golem men Bat dismissed T,.uT. ,.former chairman the youth Marvin Leo Boss 36-year-ol Branch the communist party _ Luul Tail us u1c vullllllutu3 v " a. _. To or i electrons engraved a frightening m new Haven revealed it Day trying to wreck Anorth Western phantom Snage Singer Francy that he has been serving the Fri Streamliner at Norway last Jun. A an nent for six a u de co e age t i years. Harold w. Mosher 27, Tele promised to Verna i vision repairman told the sub 2.? Tielu ver Sives activities control Board Lane on the screen. Dealer Ray Clurman Amity Ville n .f., pro ised t overhaul the ravers month old s t under the terms their sales guarantee and replace the picture tube bearing a picture miss Lane in the process puckering her lips for a kiss. Clurman verified the opinion a television manufacturer who Morey Amsterdam show wednes Day morning probably burned a one two punch aimed by labor miss Lane s image into the phosphorescent inner coating the tube. Clurman said the sex red have ordered about three Losion was due to faulty equip to ment in the set. The three travers children first saw the face. The youngsters lined up in government employees r a i Telephone postal and Telegraph workers schoolteacher and clerks seek higher pay and Are protest ing civil service changes they fear will curtail their right to strike. Industrial workers want wage boosts and other benefits. Front the screen for a favorite morning program. They got the show but Caroline 6, ran to her Mother crying we can t see it. A face is in communist. Said repatriated pcs had reported he gave Molotov seen by Boghien on atom Washington up ambassador Charles e. Boghien re ported to the state department Friday that he had called on so Viet foreign minister Molotov and impressed on him the importance and seriousness pres ident Eisenhower s atoms for peace plan. A department spokesman said this government had received no formal soviet response to the president s plan. Earlier Story on Page 29. Indulgently in look and she the mrs. Travers estimated. One turned Pale. The children got scared. They started to whimper. Mrs. Travers a Little nervous herself turned the set. The face remained she then placed the screen Side the set to the Wall. When her husband an aircraft company employee returned from work they swung the set around. The face was still there. Score revenge on but had suffered brain washing. She i no indication he did not want to return Home. In Washington a government 5�lfffim a Fli a that smashed by mrs. Howe from hul q this official who asked not to Gnell in to i Muf be named said the policy not Mcgregor _ Harry be. Uni 8ele s Deer Hunting wish came no .,., american prisoners chose to stay with the communists was Laid Down to avoid possibility complications. He said that permission were granted mrs. Howe it would be necessary to extend the same privilege to the families the other americans who have remained with the reds. Bat he added that More in True but in an indirect Way. Harry was rain to go when the Deer season opened thursday. He wanted to get even with the big Buck that smashed a statue a Deer in his farmyard recently. But Harry who was Hunting on his own 180 acres did t get the score was evened per Milter. Family visits undoubtedly would brim de mands from the reds that fam Ilies be permitted to visit communist prisoners who have re fused to be repatriated. Those prisoners number in the thou Sands. The official added that there would be no Way determining whether those listed As relatives the communists actually were members their families. Golden Rule try. Lansing Mich. A at the suggestion the Rev. William Hainsworth 40 members his Church will begin Jan. 1 a 30-Day attempt to live literally by the Golden Rule. Maynard who were Hunting to Gether thursday. Thiele shot a big Buck Deer on the Arthur Bovee farm five Miles South Mcgregor. John Siegele turned the Deer with a shot and Thiele got him with a shot through the neck from about 75 feet. The 2 0-Pound Buck is believed to be the one that smashed the statue on Harry s farm one mile West Mcgregor. It had broken Antlers. ,8rry had made the statue himself. Apparently it was a Job. Tracks made by the by showed it halved up several times finally knocked the statue Over and then pounded it to pieces with its hoofs and Antlers. Democrats Given Shivers warning Chicago ins gov Shivers Texas warned Thi democratic party Friday that i won t get help from the South until it seeks the Middle ground Between its warring factions. Shivers who broke with the National democratic party in 1952 and helped swing Texas be Hind president Eisenhower said he still believes it was the propel course. He added the democratic party needs to find a common meeting ground for All its factions with the old spirit give and take substituted for the Truman Stic doctrine give pm hell and to a k it h e the Gover i fore the exe Lare both to major parties May head in p p o s i t e directions politically caving no Middle ground. He said what the vacation iry old guard marches the the Road to the right into the primeval swamps the dark Ages and the Walter Reuther action Hustles the democratic Larty out Bounds on the left there then will the conservative Democrat or the Liberal Republican find a Flag he can follow he joined the party in april 1947, at the request the Fri and has been reporting on communist youth activities Ever since. The Board is conducting hear Ings on a Justice department charge that the labor youth league is a communist front and hould be required to Register with the government. Mosher who lives in Hamden a new Haven suburb testified that the Lyl was established in 949 on orders the communists. He quoted Sidney Resnick identified As state Lyl chairman As saying the organization was be up to teach marxism with the intention recruiting members nto the communist Mosher added the communist party supported the Lyl Anc urged its members to attend ral ies drives and other functions o the he said he served As dues Secretary for the league and turned Over funds he collected to res Nick whom he identified As communist party member. He related that he submitted written reports to the Fri in new Haven throughout the six years he posed As a party Mem or. He said he consulted with the Fri several times in Early 194 before joining the party. Rebirth is peace key Marshall general urges spiritual revival to establish Good Faith anew. Oslo a gen. George Marshall called Friday for spiritual rebirth to Stab so anew Good Faith among Enas a prime necessity or during world peace. Such a regeneration the 195 Obel peace prize Winner said a lecture at Oslo University Ould bring Goodwill Faith and Ide standing among nations. The american Soldier states a 72, honoured for his Spon ship America s Marshall Ian Aid to postwar Europe re ived his prize thursday. Fri a s lecture was required by e will Alfred Nobel swed ish inventor dynamite who it the Money for the awards. Suggestions for peace. Marshall offered these Sugge on for furthering the cause o face warning that they Hel thing glittering or Early Romise 1. A careful study All fac is which have caused wars ii in past and a striving to deter toe the g r e a t fundamental train writes i again Norway farm hand accused o dismissal the charge was approved by the Justice department n recommendation . District attorney f. Evan also n and the superintendent the state mental health Institute a Independence. The dismissal also approved b District judge Henry n. Graven was dated dec. 7 and received in Cedar rapids thursday for filing the two a o u n t information against Ross charged him Bot with disabling a train in inter state Commerce and with Render no a Section track hazardous 3y placing a Cross tie across the Racks. The North Western streamline struck the tie at about 88 mile per hour but was Able to continue on its own Power after a inspection was made. It was no derailed. Ross was arrested some Tim later by Federal Bureau investigation agents. Spree blamed on wife s shop pm Detroit a John Vlaikov 64, charged with drunk driving testified he went on a spree anti his wife Theresa 70, went on shopping Binge and bought 3 hats and 40 dresses. Traffic judge John d. Wat sentenced him to 30 Days. Mrs. Vlaikov accompanied he husband to court wearing a Babushka. Gazette will stage contest to select names for 3 new school it str Etnas Newt j Cedar rapids is about to have three new Grade schools. And they must have names. The architects Are calling for them of. The Board education liked the results when contests staged a the Gazette produced names tor Grant Wood school and Kingston stadium. Finding names for three schools at once is quite a Job. But the Gazette is tackling it confident that the residents the District today s chuckle the less a Man knows the easier it is to convince him he knows it All. Powr Lichti. K a n s a s c i t y a streamers Hying tinfoil Des on roads be near a new housing ended on the greater Kansas development. City area thursday night posing will come through with a variety suggestions and assured the bet Aid a committee nine judges. A $50 Cash prize will be awarded by the Gazette to each the three winners. Each entry must be accompanied by a statement not More than 50 words telling Why the de name would be suit a name is submitted by More than one person. Person per school. In other words you May fill out three separate entry Blanks designating Ore name for each school. The schools will be numbered no. 1 school the first to go up nue new. Find ballot on Page 12 ballot and rules for Thi Gazette s school name comes May be found on Page 12 this Issue. The ballot will be published every Day through the period the contest Case you wish to enter a name for each the three schools to be built. Malvern la. A Shell eked Highway 34 West Here ene an Impromptu artillery rage when an ammunition burned after a collision wednesday night created a major Filic bottleneck Friday. Motorists threaded their Way St danger signs posted along one Way traffic Lane cleared Bris by an army demolition new. Long lines waiting cars Ood on the Highway while offi is sent cars through the re a rioted area from the other Way meanwhile Watson Brothers transportation c o m p a n y Omaha owner the an nuni ton truck was banned by the my and Navy from hauling ammunition. It was the second suspension r Watson Brothers in two months. The previous suspension As imposed after two other Atson trucks carrying Armuni on exploded in Nebraska Dur g october. That embargo was listed on nov. 27. Protests ban. William wife vice president Watson Brothers protested ter the ban was announced b interstate Commerce Corn Mission in Washington thursday. E said our Driver did t show he s l i g h t e s t negligence in wednesday night s the shells exploded after the hich must govern a peace i regression toward a constant higher level 2. Study and understanding a Peoples everywhere the i frences b e t w e e n n a t i o n groups. He suggested that Princi Des cooperation based hese factors might contribute better understanding Moi All nations. _ 3. Solving the economic pro Lem the millions who u under sub Normal conditions a who have now come to a real Itoi that they May Ashue a fair share the god giver rights human most important Factor. But perhaps the most Impi Tant Factor will be a spiritual re generation to develop Goodwi Aith and understanding Amon nations Marshall said. And with All these ther must be Wisdom and the will t it on that although he completed draft no his speech before coming Oslo Marshall in effect replied o communist hecklers who erupted thursday s presenta Ion ceremony. He acknowledge hat award the peace prize Soldier had caused consider Able comment but reminded h listeners i know a great Dethe horrors and tragedies c War Yog Trees cops piles up Trail Wynnewood okla. Up an ill tempered hog treed to Highway troopers in their Patr car thursday night but they a the last word and shot the an Mal. Troopers Robert Bennett an John Osmond saw the lean Raz Ojack holding a commanding Donjon. They remembered a fal Accident recently which w a s caused by a hog on the Road. They stopped to Chase the Hogi Watson Bros. Ammo trucks Are Banne Hoegh rules m Dan proposal " by Heaters Lill meter artillery shells was involved in a sides wiping Acci ent with a truck carrying eggs. The Driver the egg truck Elner Jessen 23, Kingsley la., employed by the Klass produce company Sioux City Sulf Erec leg injuries and was hospitalized at Council Bluffs about 25 Miles Northwest the Accident scene. Wolfe said the ammunition truck Driver Donald Breeden 37 Council blues was a Cham plan Driver who had driven nine years without an Accident the Watson vice president added i m convinced the defense department the inc dont know he circumstances the Acci Dent blames in truck. He said the ammunition truck was struck by the egg truck while on the shoulder the Highway and was travelling Only 0 Miles an hour at the time. But 3. Monroe Johnston the inc in Washington said the Agency was much exercised Over the series explosions involving munition Laden trucks on Midwest highways. Johnston made his statement in commenting on a Telegram from gov. William s. Beardsley asking free Register weekly participation cards Are features. Lbs Moines a atty. Gen. Leo a. Hoegh ruled Fri Day that a new Bank night plan proposed by Iowa the Ater operators would be Legal. He cautioned however that should any deviation be made rom the plan then the system would be definitely a lottery and n violation our essentials the new plan would be that anyone could Reg ister permanently with a theater conducting Bank nights and weekly participation cards could be obtained both free. Any person who signed the registration would be entitled to participate in the weekly drawing it present. Also those who registered but were not present at the with 105 rating but had signed a weekly Ard would be entitled to Partick Ite. Card holders win. In the event the person whose registration number is drawn is present or has signed a weekly Marti citation card that person would be Given a prize. the per son whose number is drawn is not present and has not signed a weekly card no award would be made for that week. an award is not made on a certain week the prize offered would be added to the prize scheduled to be Given at the next drawing. The new plan aim provides that the drawing would take place at time when the theater is not open or in the event that the theater is open All persons present for the drawing would be admitted without charge. Hoegh made the ruling at the Quesi state sen. R. R. Bate on Eldora and Wendell b. Gib Des Moines. Attorneys isenring Many theater oper the two attorneys made their proposal following a recant Iowa supreme court decision and a let ter by Hoegh to the theater operators. The court decision while the inc to cancel the authority ruling primarily that Morgas rucking companies to transport bord Type Bingo is illegal also Armuni the tel demonstrates that this operation unnecessarily exposes Drivers and he general Public to great Dan and that trucks should not e used to transport munitions Tion across state that the Bank night plan As egr dih said the explosion i presently operated also is illegal. T _ l i though f0nowed this with his except emergency. Periods National $100,000 suit Watson Brothers filed a $100, 100 damage suit thursday at Glem Vood in connection with the Accident. The suit named Klass produce and Jack Martin and the h. & m. Produce company As defendants. The petition charged that jes sen failed to keep a proper look out failed to have the tractor and trailer under proper control failed to yield half the travel ortion the Highway and was operating the truck at a High and the Highway Lut dashed Back dangerous Speed. It also charged " to the safety their car when the hog charged. Traffic piled up. Finally a boastful truck Driver that the egg truck had defective equipment and brakes. George l. Mccaughan exec live Secretary the Iowa state i u o ii i i r. I i u Lal i Luc Iwuc he could run the hog Commerce commission said thele court h the Road. The porker chased him Back to his truck. Bennett and Osmond shot the pig and rolled it into a ditch. They said they would gladly pay the on owls letter to the operators saying that the present plan be discontinued As soon As the Bingo litigation be comes final. Equal Hoegh in his ruling said All members the Public have an equal Opportunity to Register in the permanent Book and to obtain and Deposit weekly eligibility cards without paying for an Enterprise conducted in strict conformance both in letter and in spirit to the facts you have outlined is nothing More than a drawing among persons for a prize the essential element consideration is therefore the Iowa supreme court has ruled that a lottery consists three elements 1 a consideration 2 for a Chance 3 to win commission has virtually no authority to regulate Watson Broth disturbed by the traffic Jam . _ _ _ Chris Mas i1c1u. Show slight Sag Washington up de Dur " he said the company is not a thori7pd to haul intrastate freight j in Iowa but May carry interstate cargoes. The firm s authority comes from the interstate com-1. Merce commission rather than ?Orf the Iowa commission he Addedi r i ast Var s record level. Sunbeam suit la to govt. Withdrawn Ket s Washington ins actor the first week december 1952. Ney general Brownell Friday because each consumer Dollar judges will be the Rev. Floyd l. Hinshaw chairman Citi Zens advisory committee for the Public schools mrs. N o r m a n Wilt enable the judges Scott Pat Council chairman to make a decision in cases where Robert Caldwell chamber ii a i a r1 n m m Stra Avo Antivo o e r c e executive judge Charles Penningrotho r m e r entries Are limited to one per school Board member Clyde Par Ker superintendent schools g e o r g e Cockburn. City plan commission chairman mrs. J. Found beneath the wires at control for its household apply a lances. Deepened when Brownell said a recent u. S. Us officials at Forbes air base to preme court decision rendered Peka. And the Central air defense Force Here denied knowledge the strips which ranged from a foot to 200 feet in length and were about half an Inch wide. Such tinfoil chaff was used in world War ii to Jam radar equip ment. Whatever the source the tin i Mui. N u i . R1. 4j nr4ianrmorris Christy Cleveland Pat or Christmas tree decorations. Chairman representing the West Side Howard Mclaughlin Citi will be erected on Johnson ave Zens committee member from mute the civil complaint that the Chicago firm violated the Sher Man anti Trust act. The Case was begun under former attorney general Mcgrath. The suit charged Sunbeam and its 1,200 wholesale distributors entered into an elaborate system the Northeast Side mrs. Ilda degree for Nixon. Tehran a Tehran University conferred an honorary school no 2 will be built be boy a teacher and representative degree Friday on vice president two Center Point and old mar the Southeast Side. " ".Nixon. Foil it made some housewives to control retail prices its a Trappy. They collected the strips Plances and forced retailers to sell at those fixed prices. However Brownell said since the suit was filed Congress Vali dated state fair Trade Laws which authorize such agreements and the supreme court refused to re View the matter. Today s Index comics. 27 courthouse. 8 crossword. 29 Aily word. 8 deaths. 8 c c c d d editorial features. 6 farm. Foto facts. Is Ines Robb. 14 Marion. 28 movies. 18 radio and to. 16,17 society. 24, 2s sports. 21-23 state. It want ads. 29-31 women s feature. 24, 25

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