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Cedar Rapids Citizen (Newspaper) - December 13, 1953, Cedar Rapids, IowaWeatt Kwa a Tail Tatoy. He k my myth. 15-42 mtg. Meta fkr u4 we Tufey bight. Cite Toj Aatif wite a Taffy Watt seat ten an Ranta. City anal 10 cents volume 71number 338 Cedar rapids. Iowa sunday december 13. Associated press United press. International news four pcs slain in compound four fears listed by Stevenson democratic Leader says they have replaced four freedoms. Philadelphia ins Adlai e. Stevenson declared saturday night that Amer Ica s four freedoms have Given Way to the four fears tear of depression fear of communism fear of ourselves and fear of free Dom the 1952 democratic presiden tial candidate speaking at a $100 a plate Jefferson Jackson dinner lashed out at Republican charges of reds in government and charged that president Eisen Hower has lost control of his administration. He referred to the four free Doms enunciated by the late president Franklin d. Roosevelt in .1941freedom of speech and expression Freedom of worship Freedom from want Freedom from fear and added those Gallant Hopes of yester Day have Given Way to the sorry confusion of today. The four freedoms have been replaced by the four fears fear of Depres Sion fear of communism fear o ourselves fear of Freedom itself. A by at Brownell. In his nationally televised speech Stevenson declared tha attorney general Browne a even imputed disloyalty or communist sympathy to former president Harry s. Truman Wofle american allies around the world listen in bewilderment and Dis he said there doubtless have been mistakes in the past find continued perhaps this clamor helps tru republicans politically but it Wil not solve the Gigantic problems confronting the former Illinois governo declared knocking each other out Over the past May please the Kremlin expenses of five listed for election cur Bull Mew the Law on election expenses played its timeworn role of futility again this fall in Cedar rapids political Arena. By saturday morning with the deadline nine Days gone Only five of 23 office seekers had filed the required financial account of what they had spent campaigning. It meant that 18 other Candi dates either did t risk a dime in quest of votes have a big collective oversight or Don t deem the statute on expenses worthy of consideration. But it will not build National Unity or International respect fighting democrats for politic advantage is no fighting communism for National survival. A Good and we must never let unscrupulous politicians buy part san advantage at the Price o cherished liberties. If the administration i looking for a Good crusade i would recommend a crusade to whatever the answer the five who did file statements at the county auditor office reflected remarkably Low Cost for this ear s barrage of advertising at be voters. Their total outlay according to official record we Only 1,337.16. In 1951 s municipal election in candidate alone listed expenses of almost 52,500. Another y himself that year topped the five Man total by More than 300. According to chapter 56 of the ate code All candidates for pub c office must file with the coun auditor a full report of Cam sign income and outgo. They ave 30 Days after election Day in hich to do that. The 30-Day deadline for 21 men oct. 20 s City primary passed of. 19. It came and went dec. 3 or the 12 finalists who had a allot Sho nov. 3. In bygone years the habit of county Law enforcers has been not o run out and prosecute anyone to fails to observe state code later 56. Thu5 nope of the 8 unaccounted for nov need probably do much worrying. What Erald Milt Tom front in the Law i Wever i line of $5n or a year in jail or both the Standard pea Alt for misdemeanours. All five candidates who did meet Legal requirement this year happened to win their respective aces. This was the lineup on 953 s sworn expenses Public improvements commissioner w. W. Stolba452.04. Safety commissioner Edwarf a. Prochaska$419.18. Parks commissioner Richard c. Tones$189.17. Superior court judge Candi Date George farmer$155.49. F i n a n c e commissioner elect Stewart shank$121.08. Two years ago the High Mark or spending was set by the run Ner up for mayor Louie j. Pocho Bradsky or. $2,464.47. In 1950 the biggest declared expenditure was $500.67. Neglecting to list anything at All this year even by nine Days the communist Eon without it sorting to combat up Raey communist methods to do Stevenson asserted the Bill of rights is besieged ancient liberties infringed Reck less words u t t e r e vigilant groups Are formed suspicion mistrust and fear stalk the Ian and political partisanship Rais strange and ugly Heads the Security of secret files is violate and the Specter of a political pc lice the democratic party Lead said he believes that preside Eisenhower has set his a against All these things an added but while he Speaks of Unity his colleagues sow disunity. While he Calls for Calm his friends Light the fires of hysteria. While he invokes the Ameri can tradition that the accused has the right to be confronted by his accuser members of his administration and his party charge try condemn and convict in a single action of the hand i Only wish president Eisen Hower could speak for the Eisen Hower administration. For. In the words of the apostle if the trumpet give an Uncertain sound some. Pandit urges atomic Pool meeting United nations . Ins Madame v. L. Pandit of India urged saturday night that the United states Russia and other atomic Powers meet privately Oon to discuss president Eisen Hower s plan Lor a global Pool of atomic materials for peaceful uses. The president of the eighth u n. Assembly session declared that if the historic proposal is first accepted in principle then the de tails of its execution cak worked out. She added so the first step is to see tha those nations that Are concerned with this accept it and get together and discuss the Madame Pandit endorsed the Early holding of private informal talks among the major Powers in the . Disarmament commis Sion. She said the proposed is i r 0 m bodies Are tossed out of Camp Neutral nations group begins investigation of new disorders. Panmunjom sunday ins four North korean prisoners of War were Mur ered during the night in the Indian controlled South Camp in the korean demilitarized zone and their bodies thrown to abolishment of an informal sub committee on disarmament with in the commission will now be the compound this morning. A United nations spokesman.111 Pic a my us. I v t a helpful in implementing president relaying a report from the Indian " command said that the bodies after the of final the deadline 12 men who continued on Page 17, col. 3. Three $50 prizes for school names Cdr Earl i Newt can you think of a Good name for one of the three new Grade schools to be built in Cedar rapids or names for All three the Gazette is giving $50 for the Winner of each of three contests being staged to find names. You car enter All three contests if you like. But with Only one entry for each. The schools can be named for people famous in the his tory of the nation the state the City. Or their location in the City May suggest s name. You will find a ballot with rules on Page 18 of Section one. The new school locations Are listed on the ballot. Eisenhower s t t t i Oric to new a to Way of accompanied the incident. Ork for new be �7t? a details of the killings were not a Famich of known but it was presumed by be victims were who Bly session. Communists. At the same time she stressed Tfaye four were earner reported Ndia s role As a global peace be n been to a m maker saying the asian nation seeks to form with other nations a no War Abndt Ted trim wort photo. Freed czechs invited to Cedar rapids these seven czechs who fled to West Germany last july in this rebuilt armoured car have been invited to appear in Cedar rapid. They were photo raped after they armed m new York by air from Frankfurt saturday. The group which found their Eycle wait ing for them was invited to appear in Cedar rapids by the crusade for Freedom com Rhee. The nation al crusade group is sponsoring the tour which will help raise crusade fund. The Czeto induce Vaclav Krejcirik in the Light Trench coat and left to right Joseph Pisarik. Vaclav , and a wife Marta Wreh their two children Vaclav jr., 6, and Eva 4, and Walter Hora. Unions ask curb on truck explosives hauls Chicago a four major Railroad operating unions demanded saturday that stricter aws be passed to regulate High Way transportation of explosives. In an executive session leaders of the unions decided to push for legislative action in Washington and in each of the states to tighten inspection and safety rules. Explosions of ammunition trucks on highways and City streets Are occurring almost daily a joint statement said. Flaming death menaces the pub Lic on the Highway and rail workers at every Grade crossing. Our people live in constant fear of the big gasoline and Oil trucks which they Call bang babies the statement was made by presidents Guy l. Brown brotherhood of locomotive engineers h. E. Gilbert brotherhood of locomotive firemen and engine men r. S. Hughes order of rail Way conductors and w. P. Ken Nedy brotherhood of Railroad trainmen. All except Hughes Are from Cleveland. Hughes Home is in Cedar rapids Iowa. Spies and Nolly posters served at Gridiron dinner Washington ins spies and Nolly posters were served up piping hot for president Eisenhower and a Host of o the r chuckling n o t a b l e s saturday at the Gridiron club s annual Winter dinner. Good natured political satire provided As sparkling entertain ment by the organization of 50 top Washington newsmen ranged the wide Field of current Contro Versy with republicans and democrats alike targets for deftly aimed barbs. Or. Eisenhower gave the traditional off the record talk. Brownell just busted another plumber Durkin turned up Ith a presidential letter which closed nothing else for me to say and so til close but by the Way not a soul is thinking of you "p.s. I love you Battle of Plains shaping up in indo China War Hanoi indo China a other speakers were s e n a t e the vie Smirh raised their red Republican Leader William f. Knowland of California and rep. Franklin d. Roosevelt jr., d . Who also spoke off the record. F o r m e r agriculture May do him some Good. Morristown n. J. A a thief took three books from the exclusive shop Friday including one titled a Treasury of hymns. Sizzling sketches. President Secretary Truman Benson Adlai e. Stevenson gov. Thomas e. De new 4.11 � us u4 to � action Iii. My my b.iiji., re. It. Will ail Craw cart 1 the list included $300 to the of growth fund $100 to the children s Home another $100 o Sunshine Mission $50 to the salvation army $50 to the state mental health Institute at inde am Omund contributed a Check Pendency $50 to the Linn county Relief office a television set for he Owca two canoes for Camp Wapski a and a record player for he Nursery department at the children s Home. Swab said the gift to the state mental health Institute is to be or $300. The Arnold Trust fund was set up by bequest with a provision that the income be used for the welfare of local children. Elks Odge trustees were designated to administer the fund Walter f. Nesper. Chairman of the trustees said that the Good health project is an Ideal Charity for the elks the Camp is set up specifically for children who would not otherwise be Able to attend a Camp Nesper pointed out. Thes enjoy a proper diet and Medica care they might not otherwise receive and we Are Happy to have even a Small part in such a he added Itiat the Camp project dovetails perfectly with the terms of the Arnold Trust. Oliver swab chairman of the social and Community welfare committee of the elks club announced a number of additional gifts my from the club s regu Lar Charity fund. Sketches. The famed Gridiron chorus at tired in cloak and Dagger cos Tumes Sang robustly of the spy Hunting sensation recently dramatized in the Harry d e x t e r White Case. Spying unprofitable. The choristers found the espionage business so unprofitable that they finally intoned in White House and in treas Ury it s been our Job to pry we always thought we were a cinch to fool the Fri. But now please Tell us How to make a living As a spy. A Quick shift of scene Brough the republicans into the land of Manana where according t the script they were going to work tomorrow on the Eisenhowe farm Bureau will open convention today at Chicago Chicago up the Ameri a farm Bureau federation pre ared saturday for its most important convention with a split i its own ranks Over the Issue of government Price supports. The federation largest and Nusi powerful of the nation s Arm organizations is expected to Lav a significant role in shaping he administration s farm policy or 1954. An estimated 5,000 delegates from the 48 states and puerto convention which and ends dec. 17. Flag Over the ghost town of Lai Chau saturday and speedily launched & pincers actions again French held Dien Bien Phu its successor As the capital of the pro French thai tribesmen. French Union and vie Minh troops exchanged the opening shots in what is expected to be Jig Battle for the Broad Plain o Dien Bien Phu. Nestled in the members in a series of sizzling mountains of Northwest indo China 50 Miles South of Lai Chau the French have fortified the slain heavily and announced Mieir determination to keep tha foothold in the thai country. A French High c o m m a n d spokesman said the communist led rebels suffered appreciable losses in twin skirmishes Apu six Miles North and six mile South of the town a Cluster o Straw thatched huts ringed by barbed wire and entrenchments for thousands of troops. Opens today crucial issues to be voted on y delegates include the level of Arm Price supports the disposition of current surpluses and neans of bolstering the sagging foreign Market. Secretary of agriculture Ben on has asked the federation Anc other major farm groups for heir views on each of these sub acts Benson himself will address the delegates wednesday. Thirty seven of the 48 state organizations affiliated with the federation already have voted on he Price support Issue. Of these 19 favored a system of flexible supports. New yorkers get Mammoth papers new York

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