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Cedar Rapids Citizen (Newspaper) - November 27, 1953, Cedar Rapids, IowaWeather partly Cloudy tonight and saturday. Low tonight u-17. Hlub saturday 30-33. City final 5 cents volume 71number 322 Cedar rapids Iowa Friday by 27. 1983. Associated press. United press International news anti Benson plot is charged icy roads i l l one injure 24 West Liberty woman Marcella Harney 48, fatally injured. I Twat Newt a West Liberty woman was killed and 33 persons injured in thanksgiving Day Auto accidents in Iowa. The fatality and 24 of the in juries were the result of crashes caused by ice and . Acci dents in which eleven More were injured War not attributable to the weather conditions. Two others were injured in an icy Road crash Friday morning. Marcella Harney 48, of was Liberty was Iowa s 540th victim in 1953. She was fatally injured when the pickup truck in which was Riding left the Road rolled Over about eight mile Eom Haast of Bennett in South Eastern Cedar county. Her husband Robert who was driving the truck was knocked unconscious. It Watt five hours before he revived and walked to a nearby farm House to Lummon help. Authorities said Harney los control of the truck on the icy Snow covered country Road. Services for mrs. Charncy will be held monday at 9 . In St. Joseph s Catholic Church. Burial will to in Calvary cemetery. Tho Rosary will be recited sunday at 8 . In the Snyder funeral Home West Liberty. Survivors include her husband three Brothers Joe Fitzpatrick West Liberty Tom and Frank first general Snow makes highways icy to twi. Traffic still was moving but lowly in Northeast Iowa Friday following thursday s sneak Snow track. The meteorological Pearl har Lor left Lowans with As much is five inches of Snow and with by roads North of a line through Muscatine Marshalltown web ter City and Forest City. Shortly before noon the Iowa Highway comm non warned that motorists should Itell stay off Northeast Iowa highways unless travel is absolutely Nec Essary. The unpredicted storm struck n Eastern Iowa shortly after Loon thursday before the last o he thanksgiving travellers a reached their destinations. The temperature was warm enough in Many areas that the Snow melted under the pressure of Auto tires but cold enough t freeze the water when the car had passed on. . Brands russian note bar to Unity Washington a the . Friday branded Russia s lat est note on a big four meeting As an obvious Effort to slow Prog Ress on development of greater european Unity and strength. A statement released at the talc department also described in note As a tactical Retreat by Lussia in the sense that it is an Effort to gloss Over the uncompromising nature of soviet poli cd toward the West. The real substance of the note shows that Russia has not in any sense changed its Basic positions Solon says dept. Aides blast chief u in a � � " a " _ _ it i thousands View Christmas Parade Here is a portion of the crowd estimated at about 20,000 people which witnessed Friday morning s Christmas Parade in downtown Cedar rapids. That s the Mckinley High school band followed by two floats proceeding along third Avenue. Said. Live Rcd thursday night and called charges ghost writing of speeches hitting Secretary s work. Washington a sen and from this Ator Beals . Charged that some aides of Secretary of agriculture Ben do son have been ghost writing speeches unfairly attacking Fitzpatrick. Four sister1, West mrs. Mrs. Nell Conley and mrs. John Cahill All of West Branch and Elizabeth Hollison of Cedar rap ids. I Twenty two persons were commissioner w. W. Tolba said one City Sander went to work at 3 . And that an other was put in operation at 7 30 . He said that As fast As radio clix file pm nth by i mor Rymun. Christ is Christmas in All lands was the name of the float entered by Trinity lutheran school. The Arch behind the two trumpeters is inscribed with glory to god. This float captured fifth place in the class a division. Today s Index comics 23 courthouse 8 crossword Zzz daily record deaths editorial features 6 farm Zzz Foto facts 13 inside to 2� Inez Robb " Marion z4 movies 2" radio and to 21 Solety a sports state want ads 25-27 women s features 14,15 sports of bad intersections were received they were sanded. He Aid All City Crews were on Anding detail Friday and that he Job was to be completed by . Trains and planes were run Ning without interruption but buses were having a rougher time of it. Buses from the East were continued on Page 8, col. 5. . Tax ruling to prevent Sale of Dairy spread1 Des Moines up l. B Judy chief of Iowa s Dairy and foods division said Friday a fed eral tax ruling will prevent the Sale of Dairy spread schedule next week. Liddy said the internal Revenue Bureau has ruled the spread Indusi be sold As adulterated but ter when would Cost each pro Ducer $600 for a License fee ant impose a 10-cent a Pound Fodera excise tax on retail Sale. Liddy who helped As a private citizen in promotion of the product said his group had asked tha the product be ruled processes butter which would require License fee of $50 a year and impose a Quarter cent a Pound re ail excise tax. The Federal tax ruling woul make the retail Price of the product prohibitive to about 52 cent a found. He said. Besides that it is illegal to sell adulterated products Liddy said. The product was developed b Liddy and c. T. Madsen of the Farmers cooperative Creamer association at Maddock n. D Madsen had planned to put the product on the Market next week but will not now because of the ruling some sections of the Dairy Industry had hoped this product which is made from milk would meet the Competition of yellow Margarine. Liddy said Madsen informed him by Telephone he will decide whether to fight the ruling after talking to his attorneys. 20,000 View Santa Parade in Nippy air by Russ Witch. A Nippy temperature and but g wind provided either a proper morph arc or uncomfortable set no however you wanted to of at it for Cedar rapids annual Christmas Parade Friday orning. The 24-Dcgrec temperature and i mile per hour wind apparent made Little difference to the roves of kids who made up most the estimated crowd of 20,000 Cople lining the Parade route their chief concern was waiting for Santa Claus then waving and shouting to him when he finally appeared at the end of the eight Block Parade. The crowd estimate difficult determine because so Many Lowers took shelter in stores Anc offices was offered by police officials and members of the chamber of Commerce Parade Ommittee. Cold weather was a deficit Ause of holding Down the Crow secret out pair to Laniel gets continue life unchanged photos on picture pave \ everybody in the Sci uhor m /., a Hood thinks the world of them Orange Texas a Tom i Cir Hor told reporters. Buntyn and Betty Mccuddy said it were in love Betty told Friday that they would continue Tenn Cossean reporter John Scag. ,., i i n-.-,r urrnlpn1hapr. In nov did t moan too air l i be Ai if i he never Bacn much to us to Moncy had Man interrupted by the shattering of indy thin we Wou in t have Don. Majority in French test Paris a Premier Joseph Laniel won i vote of Confidence in the Assembly Friday stores open stores will be open until 9 . Today in downtown Cedar rapids. Tonight s schedule is the first of six evening hour shopping p e r i o d s b e f o r e Christmas. The next will be wednesday. Others i i be announced. Heir 22-year secret. Their enduring love the full tory u secret even from t h e i r Hildren u n t i l now friends and neighbors t Ide. Back in 1031, insurance what we what can i do asked a teen. Ai cd member of 16-year-old mar ii in Karat Palmer s sunday school ulcer to c at St. Mark s methodist Churchill. Man Thomas c. Buntin of Nashville ailed an alcoholic incapable of earning o living outside his Cal by family s b i n e s s Dis appeared. Six weeks later after is will had been mailed from St. Louis the pretty Russellville cy., girl who had been his Secretary vanished too. The Cost to the lovelorn pair a wife three sons family pres Tige and a thriving business to him her family and a share in a million Dollar estate for unmarried Betty. Size compared to other year. Wany children viewed the Parade telecast by station via a live Kari to. Grounded in Texas. Only Rumor and speculation Ever connected the two disappearances. As much of the Story As anybody knows began in Brownsville Texas weeks after the disappearances when Toi and Betty decided to let the love Flower in the Lush i Grande Valley. Their plane t Nev Orleans was grounded Thor by bad weather. They moved Here from Brownsville about five years ago. Tom 28, proved not to be the Neer do Well a Tennessee supreme court branded him. He and Betty 22, stayed in Texas and somewhere along the y e a r s a have written such speeches d slipped them to democrats r delivery. These employees and others. A i 275-244. He Miami Kikui l immediately that he will go to the ber Muda conference As planned. Inn ice mid foreign minister Georges Bidault i l l Fly cur. 2 for the meeting with president and prime minister Power meeting by dispatch in repeated notes on the Chine question the russians might n Low the meeting to is Scab i it la stall of Europe problems while the chinese iss was worked Over again. Available information was that the note Inid Down in pre conditions for n Ling four meeting but Terri gave it nor evidence of Russia s continuing preoccupation w i t h the status of red Chinn that it proposed n Sceline of foreign i listers without previous consultation in ii Genii suggested Berlin As Tho meeting place and left hip Dale open. Britain hails note. London a the British foreign office Friday night welcomed the soviet note As an a Jop Tunce of the Western Powers iro Postula for a four Power must no. Call said also have supplied Deas and material to be worked to the texts of Public addresses Itil zing Benson lie named no names saying do know it s being done. I Ink or. Benson now knows i to Cen going on. There arc dozens these people a Core of. Dos oyalty.",. Benson was not reached immediately for comment. Highly critical. Many democrats and some re publicans in Congress As Well As Omo farm leaders have been in Ghlyn critical of Benson s Han Illing of farm problems Princi Pally decline in farm income. There were Calls a hello Back for his resignation. But Benson sold he was staying As Long As president Eisenhower w a n t e d him der. Eisenhower praised film As a dedicated Man. Tho Public is entitled to n of nor Pivae Tallon of the facts of what Benson is trying to do Bacall said rather Thim half True distortions prepared by s k i l l e d pc sch writers supposed to be in Lerr Etling and helping implement farm programs designed for Ali Benefit of the senator said he became the station used two cameras assumed the names of or. And mrs. Thomas d. Palmer. Thursday their love after 22 years of happiness and Drin was High into the air on one float was of the Evergreen decorations Suk no Deti Avenue near lurch. The class decided to Send Margaret Flowers. The l a r g e bouquet was in the living room Ticlay. Margaret in tears called her undue school teacher crying what will people think you put on powder and your Justick and be in Church As usual sunday mrs. M. M. Brock said he told the girl. In Laws favourable. Parents of two Orange men married to daughters of Betty and Tom said it was All righ1 with them. They Are or. And yrs. B. L. Burton parents of Cpl William Burton married to Betty Ann 21, and in the air Force la continued on Page 8, col. 8. Fire rages in port of Pusan p a a Korea saturday a flames 50 feet High Roar i it of control in this jammed sea one nun red deputies a Itai cd in the voting on a weakly Ivor ded Rosoli lion on Kuropcak Ulicy which gave f i i f cd sup Ort for the european . The Vole come at the end of a Cislon charged Day in Assembly debate on French foreign policy. The ballot reflected reluctance o throw Laniel out of office on he eve of the or Miciuda Confer ence and just after Russia had offered to meet the Western three to discuss world tensions Early in inc Day it seemed Lani 1 would Hiiva d i f f ice l to get Ting approval of his policy on european Unity. Then at one Point bid ult threatened to re sign because lie Felt he had been slighted by the Premier. At the afternoon session How Ever personal animosities faded sergeant confesses Tokyo child killing Tokyo a a . Sergeant Oul of i i Iii nil ii Cuni us i i port saturday driving thousands quo poor c/3fl t or. Hift for null nil Las confessed Rothschild he killed daughter Susan of a colonel from Chicago Trio ii my announced Friday. The announcement identified Maurice l. Sclinick a deputies to give the non Surg pa., who lived with his wife and two adopted Jap anese daughters in the same sprawling u. S. Army housing area Ashl i victim. Schick broke Down thursday Nihl n f to r prolonged questioning and admitted it was he who strangled the girl and left her body in a drainage ditch in the Sagami Hara housing area 30 Miles South of Tokyo the said. While the child had no been attacked have said this appeared to be the motive and her assailant May have been frightened away. Schick is Chic Fward master o Anu age struck name no names. Lie declined to name any sen Ator or representative who made such speeches but he said he looked into the Mailer and our Normn Tenn was that the material came from ghost writers at the agriculture department. Since then he snid he hns been told of inst macs where speeches were write in in whole or in part by members of Benson s Stolf for Lel Lvery by critics. He said instances included planted reports that Tho recent Ngn Cullire department reorganization would Hurt farm Aid pro Grams Ami cause confusion among Farmers and that Benson s poll is would impoverish Many armours and perhaps cause a de in Over device he said has in oui. In pushing for All out endorsement of pm is to create the Pio Posztl s i a nation european defense Community. Oulu Ned Anncar narc of Harmony. Schick is Cliplef Ard Aster of suit was said to have Felt the . Army Hosp Lal at Camp the Premier was not determined Ama. Of refugees through the crowded in in m ecu i f i l l streets As it razed hundreds of r of urn i n f a n t Horn anal Sharks in Eutril i ii i 0 ii clustered Homes and shacks one in the Street in front of its studio on first Street a and the other in its second floor studio window. The telecast highlight was a five minute Stop a Santa Claus who came Down from his Sleigh to talk with several Chil Dren. The Parade took about is min utes to pass any Given spot. It shoved off from in front of the memorial coliseum building on first Avenue promptly at id ., and covered its route in 40 min utes. The Parade was not without incident. Officials took a Quick breath when a pane extending Day dinner. Silent and miserable decides heiress Pittsburgh a p a n orphans court judge ruled Friday that a faded photograph Suff in i entry established the identity of a Louis widow As the Long heiress to a $3,500,000 ordered a $479,730 of Delia m. My almost bitter earlier in the Day toppled Over when it struck one they took on a More cheerful manner As the car old friends rallied around. First Street e. _ they re among the finest Peor of one on no Sjodt. Set up of p c i a prominent Orange continued on Page 8, col 3. Resident told the associated press. Today s Chicklo another reason you can t take it with you it gown be fore you do. Flip i thu the Nnandi of childless couples All missing heirs. Who want children a father and similar Sharer were previously Mother no can provide the boy a id will Iam Marc cd of Lima Sci. Slowness to implement Iii ices and then to Point at the lowness As evidence the changes wrong. Beall did nol say who beside himself was making inquiries. Plane ditched in sea 30 rescued Tokyo a Twenty five passengers and five crewmen thursday night climbed out of a ditched transport plane five minutes before it Sank in the Jatho int Force said the c-40 was i a mind in for a ground con rolled Blind Landing at the u. S. All Force base at Miho. On the South Ern tip of Honshu missed the Landing strip and was forced to ditch about three Miles off the coast it Sank 10 minutes later. A crash boat picked up All 25 passengers and five crewmen be Crew member suffered a broken wrist. Among the passengers were 10 embers of a Uso troupe. Segregation ban held authorized Washington a the ustice department told the supreme court Friday that the court is fun l by empowered to strike Down racial segregation in p u b l i c schools. In response to an invitation of the court where five school segregation cases arc pending at Torney general Brownell and his with a Complete secure and Sta ble Home and family situation. Meanwhile the attorney mrs. Ohio and Tho late Mary Mercer noon of Church Lluc n. Y. got the photo from an Tsyn be ghz Orr hired tried old family album of a Distant Rel to reunite he. Wih the boy 2. At Lac. Chief aides filed a Brief asserting that the fourteenth amendment compels x state to Grant the benefits of Public education to All its people equally without regard to difference of race or

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