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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 19, 1953, Mason City, Iowa North lowos Daily Newspaper Edited or the MASON ITY GLOBEGAZETTE THS NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH I OWANS NEia HI O R S HOME EDITION VOL LIX Atsactaled Press and United Full Wlrei Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JUNE 1953 TtiU Paper of Two Ons No 2U Atom Spies Due to Die Friday at 6 PM New and Bloody Mass POW Breaks Reds Call Special Truce Meeting SEOUL W New and bloody mass breaks from Allied stockades Friday swelled to nearly 26000 the legion of antiCommunist war pris oners liberated in South Koreas bold defiance of the UN Command More than 1800 bolted from five prison camps and a hospital Thurs day night and early Friday on the heels of those ordered released Wednesday by President Syngman Rhee of the Republic of Korea UN Command headquarters in Tokyo placed at 25952 the total Koreans escaping in the past two days and 9398 those antiRed Ko reans remaining in custody Those making the break early Friday included 494 who battled US Marines at Ascom City camp near Seouls big port of Inchon on the west coast The UN Command said the leathernecks had replaced ROK guards at the camp Big Question Whether the mass releases and breaks for freedom would wreck the two yearold armistice nego in their llth remained to be seen The Communists said Friday they have an important subject to discuss when Red and Allied truce negotiators meet in a full dress crisis session that may de termine the fate of an armistice This was the ony hint of the reason behind the Red request for a meeting at 11 am Saturday 8 pm Friday CST at Panmunjom There has been speculation the negotiators might approve final Globemasters Are Grounded After Disaster Sift Wreckage to Find Cause EDITORS NOTE Eighteen months ago United Prtss Corre Frank Jordan covered three airplane crashes at Eliza beth NJ Jordan now on assign ment in the Far covered the worst plane crash in history near Tokyo Thursday By FRANK JORDAN United Press Staff Correspondent TOKYO UP Far East Air Forces grounded all C124 Globe masters Friday while officers in vestigated the worst airplane crash in history a disaster that claimed 129 American lives FEAF saidthe investigators were sifting through the wreckage the giant doubledecked passen lowan Killed MADRID A Battani Madrid was one of 129 Ameri cans killed Thursday when a Globemaster crashed in flames near Tokyo His sister Mrs Ray Girton of here received notifica tion from the Department of De fense ger transport in an effort to deter mine the cause of the crash near Tokyo Thursday Work Crews Work crews found brown and stiff bodies disjointed like gro tesque caricatures of humans in pools of water against a slope or doubled up beneath a jagged sec tion of stillhot metal These American boys died 8000 miles from Elizabeth NJ but this tragedy looked and felt the same as the three plane crashes that converted Elizabeth into a city of fear within four months in late 1951 and early 1952 It was raining hard Thursday night It often seems to rain when an airplane crashes The rain soaks the blankets that cover the bodies makes the smouldering wreckage steam and bogs down ambulances 119 Persons They had called what happened at Elizabeth aviations worst dis aster because 119 persons died there in such a short time But more people died here in a much snorter all died in just a few seconds Passengers on one of the planes that went down inflames at Eliza beth were on their way to Florida for sun tans Some of the soldiers who died here boarded their plane after having enjoyed a vacation in Tokyo TWO SETS OF seta of demon strators show up on the walk in front of the White House Thursday evening after the Supreme Court had delayed on decision on the Rosenberg case The picketingcontin ued eVen after the Supreme Court and President Eisen hower had doomed the spies to death Nqguib Is President Egypt Military Heads Establish a Republic CAIRO Egypt if Egypts military rulers proclaimed their nation a republic Thursday night ending the 148year old dynasty of former King Farouk and his forebears and installing PremierMaj Gen Mohammed Naguib as the trys first president The A r m y Revolutionary Council which dethroned Farouk last July announced three of its members were taking over key Yeaman Will Run for Atty General SIOUX CITY Chester C Yeaman 44 Sioux City attorney has announced his candidacy for the Republican nominationforat torney general on a local option on liquor by the drink platform His candidacy in the June 1954 primary election will be his sec ond try for the office of attorney general in successive elections He unsuccessfully opposed Robert L Larson for the nomination in 1952 Larson was elected and later was appointed to the Iowa Supreme Court Atty Gen Leo A Hoegh ap pointed to succeed Larson has said he will not be a candidate for the office in 1954 Yeaman said the liquor situation in Iowa is considered a standing joke by neighboring states He added that Hocgh has committed himself to a crusade against li quor McCarthy Spurns Idea of Bodyguard Despite Plot WASHINGTON UP Sen Jos eph R McCarthy rejected the idea of a bodyguard or special pro tection Friday Jn spite of an al leged Communist plot to murder him He said he never had received any special protection from police or the FBI had not asked for any and did not plan to request it now Did he carry a gun when he traveled Id rather not answer that McCarthy replied The Wisconsin Republican an nounced that his permanent inves tigating subcommittee would call witnesses next week to back 9 testimony Thursday that Com munist Leader Louis Bortz once said he had been assigned to liq uidate him Bortz declined to an swer questions regarding the charge McCarthy said one of the wit nessesnext week probably will be Steve Nelson Communist leader under prison sentence for violat ing a Pennsylvania sedition law But he would not say whether there was any evidence linking Nelson with the alleged plan The story of the McCarthy as sassination plot was told by Joseph Mazzei Pittsburgh theater owner who was an undercover man for the FBI from 1941 until early this year Cabinet posts Naguib President The Councils proclamation said Naguib would serve as president and premier until the end of the threeyear transitional period set up early this year After that the proclamation continued The people will have the last word in choosing the shape of the republic designating a new president when a plebiscite on the constitution takes place Eventual proclamation of the re publichad been expected since a strong tide of antimonarchist feel ing broke into the open with the departure of Farouk The change was recommended almost unani mously by a commission which has been working on the draft of a new constitution Stripped of Title The proclamation stripped Fuad II the 17monthold son of Farouk of his title as King and all his royal relatives of their titles as well A regency had exercised the babys nominal authority here since he was proclaimed monarch on his fathers forced abdication The Councils dramatic procla mation in the name of the peo ple declared the republic had de cided to castaside a dynasty whose history was a long series of treasons Several former monarchs were named as villains but the an nouncement said Farouk sur passed them all with his tyranny his sins and his lack of faith in the destiny of the country All members of the royal family were declared commoners PLUMBERS END STRIKE FT DODGE plumbers ended their threeday strike here Thursday and returned to their jobs after getting a 14cehtanhour pay increase truce details or that the Reds may protest Rhees defiant release of about 20000 antiRed Korean pris oners The Red comment came in a Chinese language broadcast by the official Peiping Radio heard in Tokyo It said Gen Nam H chief Red delegate called the meeting because the Communists have an important subject to discuss The Red Radio earlier accused the U S and South Korea of collaborating to free the prisoners Every Step The United Nations Command has assured the Reds it is taking every step to recapture the es caped prisoners but it has found only a handful The task appeared almost hopeless as the prisoners hid in homes with the blessing of Lhe South Korean government Meanwhile Rhee made public a letter he wrote President Eisen hower Wednesday in which he ap parently rejected Eisenhowers of fer of economic and military aid and a promise to negotiate a se curity pact if South Korea would accept a truce Rhee pleaded with Eisenhower to find some other answer than death warrant He accused the U S and the UN of backing down on early war objectives of a united inde pendent and democratic Korea and the punishment of the aggressors The official Red Peiping radio accused Rhee of releasing tbe prisoners in order to impress them into the South Korean army and added the Americans deliberately connived by taking no measures to prevent the breakouts No Mention The actual prisoner agreement makes no mention of numbers but says all prisoners opposing return to their homeland will be turned over to a repatriation commission within 60 days has told the Reds about 47000 antiRed prisoners would go lo the commission If the Allied command fails to meet this number the Commu nists possibly could hold out on Allied prisoners Switzerland and India two mem bers tbe fivenation repatria tion commission to handle Red POWs who refuse to go home re acted to Rhees prisoner release Switzerland warned that the action might lead her to recon sider her decision to serve An In dian foreign office spokesman in New Delhi said must be handled by the United Na tions Besides the mass break early Friday at Ascom City hundreds of prisoners bolted at UN Camp 4 at Yongchon in SouthCentral Ko rea Camp No 5 at SangMudai and Pusan and a handful at Taegu Tongay Free of Murder Charge MIAMI Fla degree murder charges were dismissed against Russell George Tongay accused of fatally beating his 5 yearold swimming star daughter Kathy Justice of live Peace Edwin Lee Alason dismissed the murder charge but ordered that Tongay be charged with manslaughter Bond on the new warrant was set at About The Weather Mason City Not so warm Satur day high 93 to 96 Iowa Saturday partly cloudy oc casional thunderstorms Minnesota Partly cloudy to cloudy occasional showers GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Friday Maximum 98 Minimum 74 At 8 a m 83 Precipitation Trace SAME metni tnfflo death pat It DOOMED TO and Julius Rosenberg above Friday were doomed to death Friday night after the Supreme Court cancelled their stay of execution and Pres ident Eisenhower rejected a plea for clemency Reds Try to Crush Revolt Use Terror Arrests in Big Effort BERLIN UP Soviet authori ties Friday invoked mass arrests secret police terror and propa ganda appeals in a desperate ef fort to crush a threeday revolt of antiCommunist East Germans that Russian tanks and summary firingsquad executions have failed to curb The harsh new measures were employed Friday in the face of American British and French pro tests to the Soviets against irre sponsible recourse to military force 41 Germans Dead At least 41 Germans were re ported dead and hundreds injured in the unsuccessful Communist at tempts to put down the rebellion Deputy East German Premier Otto Nuschke who was released rom West Berlin police custody earlier Friday told workers the revolt was an attempted putsch organized by West Berlin provoc ateurs and that it would have piunged Germany into another war f it had succeeded Radio broadcasts hammered on the theme that American offi cers organized and directed the antiRed revolt Reliable sources reported that he industrial cities of Madgeburg Chemnitz and Halle and the Soviet occupation headquarters of Babels berg and Potsdam were under martial law Reports filtered in of violent riots in Leipzig Dresden and other East German cities Western authorities were certain Lhe revolt was even more wide pread Police Terror West Berlin newspapers said the secret police terror and sweeping arrests have extended beyond East Berlin to many Soviet zone cities A German Identified as Willi oettling described as a foreign agent was cut down Thursday by he bullets of aRussian firing squad under the martial law clamped on much of ReoV Germany o quell riots in which at least 41 Germans have been reported killed The Red Radio broadcast a series of workers resolutions demanding punishment of the re volts leaders and the official Communist organ Neues Deutsch and called for harsh and de ermined action against enemies and provocateurs Sullenly Silent Soviet Berlin and nearby Babels berg and Potsdam were sullenly silent Friday under the muzzles of R u ss i a n guns andthe JS occupation newspaper Neue Zeitung reported that martial law has been extended to the riottorn cities of Madgeburg Chemnitz and Halle Western protests against bayonet rule in Red Berlin brought no im mediate response from the Rus sians but it was reported that Soviet Supreme Commissar Vladi mir Semyenoy has protested against the detention in West Bcr in of Communist Deputy Premier Otto Nuschke Father Wins Bet SANTA MONICA Calif prospective father bet Lloyds of London that the stork on its first arrival at his house would bring more than one baby Lloyds lost Papa won Mama had triplets The foresighted father Gregory Melanson the British in surance company a premium for a policy that promised it his wife had multiple births He took policyshortly after bis 25yearold wife became pregnant was delivered of two girls and a boy byCaesareari section Expect House to Approve Ikes Foreign Aid Budget WASHINGTON Lfl Spokesmen for both parties predicted Friday President Eisenhower will win what amounts to a vpte of confi dence when the House ballots probably Friday afternoon on his new foreign aid program The bill was de bated for five hours Thursday Speaker Joseph W Martin R Mass said he hoped for a vote sometime Friday Rep Halleck of Indiana the Re publican floor leader and Rep Richards DSC predicted the bill would be approved without sub stantial cuts The President himself in a move with obvious cold war propa ganda overtones announced late Thursday the U S is granting an additional 50 million dollars in aid to West Berlin The announcement which Eisen lowers statement said gave him particular satisfaction came iust a day after antiCommunist rioting in Sovietheld East Berlin Thus it seemed timed to dramatize contrasting attitudes of the free and Communist worlds The Reds lad used troops to quell the East Berlin demonstrations Eisenhower said part of the mon ey will be used to stockpile food M Thurston Michigan educator was nomi nated by President Eisenhower to be US Commissioner ofEd ucation ucl and raw materials needed lo bolster West Berlins security The allocation was made out of foreign aid funds voted by Con gress in past years FAMILY OF EXECUTED Willi GStl 30yearold widow of a West Berlin truck driver ex ecuted by a Russian firing squad in Soviets eastern zone for being a ring leader in Wednesdays riot sits in her home with daughters Ingeborg 7 left and Renate 6 atter hearing the bad news High Court Ike Wont Give Stay Only Chance Is to Confess BULLETIN OSSINING N Y Sing Warden Wilfred Denno an nounced that Julius and Rosenberg would executed Friday night at 6 pm CST WASHINGTON w with swift strokes the Supreme Court and President Eisenhower F r i d a y swept away all i legal barriers to the execution of atomic spies Ju lius and Ethel Rosenbergj Officials at New Yorks Sing SingPrison tentatively set CST Friday night as the hour for their death in the electric chair t But uSMarshal William A Carroll said the spies may die be fore that time Carroll said he wouldleave im mediately for the prison with his chief deputy ThomasFarley Newspapermen covering the ex ecution should go to Ossining as soon as possible and advisedly not later than 5 pm CST he Carroll made his after receiving a telephone call from the office of Atty Gen Her bert Browneli Much Earlier He said the execution may be held much than 9 pm V This could mean that the Rosen bergs who are Jfws might die before the Jewish sabbath which starts at pm By a 63 vote the nations high est tribunal jthrew out the stay 6C execution Vfednesday by Justice William O Douglas And after brief consideration i denied a motion for reconsider atiori and a plea for a stay from the court itself pending considera tion of the case by President Eisen hower Then in quick order the White House announced that the Presi dent had rejected for the second time an appeal that he spare the lives of the Rosenbergs The Presidents decision was an nounced by a press aide in these words The President refuses to inter vene One In midafternoon their one last chance to escape the executioners switch apparently was through7 confession of the whole espipnaga conspiracy of which they were con give atomic secrets to Russia v Eisenhower shut thedoor against commutation under any circum stances in a statement rejecting a clemency plea The President de clared I can onlysay that by im measurably increasing the chances of atomic war the Rosenbergs may have condemned to death tens of millions of innocent people all over the world The of two human beings is a grave matter But even graver isthe thought of the mil lions of dead whose deaths may be directly attributable to what these spies have done A clemency petition filed earlier Ibis week on behalf of the Rosen bergs was delivered to the Whita House Thursday it was learned It Had been filed at the Justice De partment We Told Truth In the petition prepared by their lawyer but signed by the Rosen bergs the condemned couple de clared We told the truth We cent The truth does not change We now again solemnly declare our innocence In turning down an earlier ap peal on Feb 11 Eisenhower said the nature of the crime for which they have been found guilty and sentenced far exceeds tak ing the life of another citizen He said further at that time that he deliberate betrayal of the entire nation and could very well result in the death1 of many many thousands of inno cent citizens The husbandand wife werp found guilty more than two ago of conspiring to give atomic secrets to the Russians The Supreme Court having posed of the issues before it journed at am CgT UM traordinary session to which it hat ;