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Cedar Rapids Citizen (Newspaper) - December 12, 1953, Cedar Rapids, IowaVolume 71number 337 Cedar rapids Iowa saturday. December 12, w53. Associated muss. Units muss. news City final. Korean talks broken off Mccarthy checks on West Point will ask who selected speakers and names of those chosen. Weather partly Tot der Sod net m excl ten Erht with tows ran Flor me Trot a re chief t. Josenh Galiean. Whom the talks during the last week raise instituted it nine months ago and Rhee and i saw completely against the City s Only daily the Taunton Gazette. News was made available sat urday to the Gazette s police re at the blotter since March. When Stevenson arrived late Porter who had his first look Friday he listed the issues for 1954 As foreign Trade foreign policy taxation farm policy. He said his speech would touch on the state of the Public mind business foreign policy miscellaneous things and maybe communism in government. The former Illinois governor said he did t bring along any mud to toss at the Eisenhower administration As a Friend said out in my state he remarked he who Lings mud generally loses be to Eye on the preliminary Dean added however that Rhee a served some doubts about in iting Neutral nations to the con Terence. The deadlocked talks had been tottering for weeks. Neither the nor the reds would Budge the peaceful settlement came about with publishing Friday on totter the Gazette s front Page of a allies 600-word statement by the chief from their positions on the role giving his version of a court Story Russia would play in the peace of March 13, Hub of the dispute. " the Story had quoted a defendant As saying he was treated Uke a pig while being held in the police station. The chief s statement conceded that the defendant did make the conference. Red China and North Korea have insisted that the soviet Union a t t e n d As a non voting Neutral observer. Dean has re used to Retreat from his insist ence that Russia attend As a full Emark but Galligan added that participant bound by the terms he Man later came to police Headquarters and apologized. The first news issued saturday rom Headquarters special trafic regulations during the Christ Mas season. The City of 40,000 annually has a big yuletide Dis Ilay on the common in the Cen or of town. Of a treaty if one was signed. Husband has his Side of it also Bay City Mich. A Erno Zaucha 40, was on trial Lor assault and Battery and non support. His wife. Fern claimed he blacked her Eye two weeks ago and had failed to support Ler for a month. Finally he got a Chance to Tell his Story. He said he struck her Only because she had grabbed urn with one hand and had a knife in the other. Then for Good measure he threw in comments about the limes he said his wife hit him on he head with a Hammer and a milk bottle a dripped wires off the distributor of his car. Mrs. Zaucha denied the knife charge but admitted her husband lad left Home on occasion to avoid argument and physical violence. That s True All right but can i help it if he s a Coward she asked. Both counts against Zaucha were dismissed. Gen. Marshall leaves. Oslo a gen. George c. Marshall Winner of the 1953 Nobel peace prize left saturday or Paris. Yule rail strike faced by Britain London up the National Union of railway men announced saturday that its 400,000 Mem Bers throughout the nation will Trike dec. 20. Such a strike would throw British Christmas travel into chaos. The announcement followed three Days of talks Over the Union s demands for pay raises. T was the latest in a series at recent British labor crises. The Wright Brothers sunday s Cedar rapids Gazette carries a full Page dual feature on the Wright Brothers in connection with the fiftieth anniversary Date of powered flight dec. 17. New facts about the famous Brothers. Who once lived in Cedar rapids and who solved the secrets which enabled Man to embark on the age of flight. Havo been coming to Light during this fabulous anniversary year. From that m a t e r i a l Lou Breuer Gazette aviation editor prepared his stories. The generously illustrated Page includes an interview with or. A. M. Lippisch of Cedar rapids internationally famed aeronautical designer who was present when Orville Wright flew his old air a ier at templehof in Berlin

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