Mason City Globe Gazette Newspaper Archives

- Page 1

Issue Date:
Pages Available: 18

About Mason City Globe Gazette

  • Publication Name: Mason City Globe Gazette
  • Location: Mason City, Iowa
  • Pages Available: 311,935
  • Years Available: 1901 - 1994
Learn More About This Publication


  • 2.17+ Billion Articles and Growing Everyday!
  • More Than 400 Years of Papers. From 1607 to Today!
  • Articles Covering 50 U.S.States + 22 Other Countries
  • Powerful, Time Saving Search Features!
Find Your Ancestors Now

View Sample Pages : Mason City Globe Gazette, May 14, 1953

Get Access to These Newspapers Plus 2.17+ Billion Other Articles

OCR Text

Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 14, 1953, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper HOMEEDITION THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES VOL LIX Associated Press and United Piess Full Lease Wires LOBEGAZETTE ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBOR S Seven Ccnls a Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY MAY M 1953 Tills Paper Consists Two One No 115 e Minimizes U S British Word War McCarthy Demands Apology t Says Reds Own Ships Flying Flag of Britain f RWis asserte that a sizable number of ships flyingthe British flag and trading with Red China are actually owned bj Chinese Communists McCarthy tossed this into a Senate speech assailing Attlee British Labor party leader and former prime minister for what he termed South Koreans Cut Up Reds in Attacks SEOUL hooting South Korean infantrymen killed or wounded at least 400 Commu nists in a series of savage close quarter battles across the 155mile battlefront Thursday In theair U S Sabre jets de stroyed three Communist MIGs and shot up two more while al most 100 Sabres and other fighter bombers plastered supply targets deep in North Korea and along the front lines The Eighth Army said stubborn South Korean troops chopped up a reinforced Chinese company which hit Allied positions north of Kumhwa in Central Korea before dawn The ROKs killed or wounded 218 Chinese in an attacking force which struck behind a 3300round artillery and mortar barrage the Army said Fifteenmiles to the east Chi nese troops struck a series of Al lied outposts in the Outpost Texas Capital HUl sector for the third straight day The Reds lost 107 men to South Korean firebefore pulling back to their own lines shortly before dawn the Army laid Low Draft Calf Made for July WASHINGTON W Army draft call for July is 23000 the lowest since last Junes record low of 10000 The July call issued Wednesday brings to 1469430 the number of men drafted or earmarked for in duction since selective service was cheap attack on President Eisen hower and the American people He called for a British apologj McCarthy said the value of Brit ish trade with Red China jumped from 74000 pounds sterling last December to 1200000 pounds in January Sinews of War He said part of this trade was in the sinews of war supplied to Red China for use in killing our American young men in Ko re a resumed after the started in mid1950 Korean War All but 81430 of these who went Into the Marines during a 10month period were called for the Army The Defense Department said the lower draft for July is in line with the reduced military budget for the fiscal year starting July 1 KOREAN SPEAKS AMES You Chan Yang Korean ambassador to the United States Was scheduled to address the opening ceremonies of the 32nd annual Veishea celebration at Iowa State College Thursday afternoon About 25 senators were in the chamber when McCarthy launched his attack on Attlees speech on Tuesday to the House of Commons Attlee said in the speech that the US Constitution was framed for an isolationist state and declared there are elements in the United States which do not want the Ko rean Warended McCarthy called it one of the most insulting speeches ever made legislative body of a recipi ent nation against an ally which has been pouring out her economic life blood for practically every na tion on earth It might be well to notify Mr Attlee that the days of treason and appeasement are past in America McCarthy said Demands Explanation He demanded an explanation from British Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill for Attlees speech and said Churchill owes an apology to the American peo ple a frank statement whether he and his majority party agree with what Attlee said The American People arc en titled to ah apology One by one McCarthy took up Attlees reported declarations that i there are elements in the United States that do not want a truce in Korea that the presence of Eis enhower or anyAmerican might hinder direct peace talks with the Russians that the American Constitution was framed for an isolationist state and that the Americans do not wish to have anything to do with Europe SAME Black flag means traffic death In past 34 hours STARS DAUGHTER TO WED Sandra daughter of George Burns and Grade Allen relaxes at poolside with Young Wilhoite III 23 after their engage ment was announced in Hollywood CIO Studies Charges of Commies in Packing Union WASHINGTON UP The CIO is secretly studying charges that Communists have penetrated one of its unions or the first time since 11 member unions were expellee for Red domination in 1949 it Avas learned Thursday Informed sources revealed that a threeman committee been assigned to lookinto an allegation that Reds liaVe movedinto pbucyTnaking posts o the CIO Packinghouse Workers Union Presidents The committee composed o Union Presidents David J Mac VanAlstine Is Approved for US Attorney WASHINGTON Lfl Senate udiciary Subcommittee approved the following nomina ions by President Eisenhower Roy L Stephenson to be attor icy for southern Iowa Francis Everett Van Alstine Pocahontas attorney northern Iowa Clement V Crahan Oelwein marshal northern Iowa Roland A Walter marshal southern Iowa The action virtually assures ap of the nominations by the ull Judiciary Committee and con irmation by the Senate No ob ection was made to any of the nominees ROMULO RESIGNS MANILA D Carlos P Romulo Thursday resigned as the Phil ppines ambassador to Washing on and chief delegate to the Unit ed States and said he would seek he administration liberal partys nomination for president ADLAI E Stevenson Democratic presidential candidate wears garland orflowers as he listens to the1 music of village musicians in a north Indian village 86 miles north of New Delhi Adlai said it was nice music but thought it was lOUd Donald of the Steelworkers L S Buckmaster of the Rubber Work ers and Jacob F Potofsky of the Clothing Workers is to report tb the CIO Executive Board The precise nature of the charges was not disclosed but ii was understood they do not in volve Packinghouse Workers Pres ident Ralph Helstein What action the CIO might take if the charges prove well founded is uncertain but it could expel the entire union Keep in CIO The committee however has been assigned among other things to see what it can do to keep the union in the CIO The Packing house Workers have been consid ering a merger with the AFL Amalgamated Meatcutters Union Meanwhile the CIO took into its ranks the Independent Distribu live Processing and Office Work ers Union a union which CIO President Walter P Reuther noted had for some years strongly appeared to be in support of the Communist Party line Skin From Brother Covers Brodie Twin EDGEWATER PARK Miss from the body his dead brother covers one side of he head of Rodney Dee Brodie surviving member of the famed 3rodie Siamese twins Dr Paul W Greeleyprofessor of plastic surgery at the University of IllinoisSchool of Medicine told n a paper read before the annual convention of the American Asso ciation of Plastic Surgeons here Wednesday how sections of skin were taken from the body of Roger Lee Brodie when he died and placed in a deep freezer One piece of skin kept 21 days was successfully transferred to cover part of Rodney Dees head Another piece frozen 50 days did not take presumably because it remained frozen too long rAll About The Weather City Partly cloudy not much change in temperture Partly Thursday night andFriday Showers be ginning west Friday night Mimwwta Partly cloudy Thurs day night and Friday GlobeGazette feather data up o 8 a rrivj Thursday Maximum t3 Minimum 37 At 8 a m 44 Says U S Is Working for Peace Takes Exception to Attlee Talk WASHINGTON Wi Presiden Eisenhower said Thursday he does not think the rift between Britain and America over dealings wit Russia and policy in Korea is a wide as it might appear He commented at a news con ference on remarks by Prime Minister Churchill and Clement At tlee labor party leader in House of Commons debate with specia reference to Attlees assertion tha some elements in America oppose a Korean peace Direct Quote He emphasized that point b permitting direct quotation of thi portion of what he said I have met no one in Americi who does not want peace At the same time reacting t Churchills proposal for anothe meeting of toplevel spokesmen fo world powers Eisenhower repeat ed that he personally would d anything that gives some prom ise of producing progress toward peace He said however he ha seen no concrete evidence lha Russia is willing to take step toward peace Before the White House new conference Sen Ferguson RMich had urged Eisenhower to speal out now in an effort to win Bril ish support for a firm policy to ward the Communists in Korea an other parts of Asia Hemade the suggestion in a interview at a time of increasingl bitter transAtlantic gibes betwee lawmakers of the two longtim Allies Sen Knowland RCalif Wednes day denounced as a Munich ap peasement inviting World War II proposals by r i m e Minisle Churchill and Clement Attlee La bor Party leader Knowland par ticularly objected to any true which would leave Korea divided and lead to admission of Red China into the United Nations Public Statement Backing this up Ferguson said the President should make a pub lie statement that shows our poll cies do not coincide with those b Ihurchill and Attlee As for Churchills call for a con ference of the leaders of the ma jor parties the President noted that the State Department sug ested Thursday such a conference should await proof of the Sovie Unions sincerity in talking abou peace Eisenhower said the depart ments statement was issued with lis approval Then he went on to say he ha seen no evidence of such faith His statement seemed to indicate a bit of impatience The President said emphatically lowever that he was willing to ake almost any kind of a chance o promote peace in the world Other Matters On other matters Eisenhower Announced he will make a nation vide radio address next Tuesday evening on the security ofthe na ion as related to the federal bud get and taxes The hour for the ipeech has not been set Said he probably will make a nationwide report by television a week or so later He said he had n mind a review of what ha aken place during his brief ad ministration Emphasized that his appoint ment of a new military high com mand in no way implies any crit cism of the men who are being on the Joint Chiefs of Staff The President said Secre ary of Defense Wilson felt he hould have an entirely new team and that he agreed with Wilson Endorsed a proposal in Congress o raise the pay of Senators anti House members by a year Said he feels that legislation to rant statehood to Hawaii should ie handled separately and not lombined with the Alaska state hood measure as a Senate com mittee voted earlier this week to do WSUI ANNIVERSARY IOWACITY Radio Station WSUI at the State University of owa has scheduled a special hour ong broadcast at 8 p mThursday n celebration of its 34th annivcr In Suez Canal Zone Egyptians Boycotting British CAIRO was reported Thursday trying to throw an eco nomic noose around the 80000 Brit ish soldiers she wants to push out the bitterly disputed Suez Canal Zone Interior Ministry sources said Premier Mohammed Naguibs Cab has prohibited commercial ransactions with British forces in he Suez except by special ap proval by the supply ministry The order these sources said applies to foodstuffs alcoholic bev rages building materials and other raw materials Banning of Egyptian sales of all thesewould force the British to supply their vast establishment entirely from outsideEgypt Egyptian political circles viewed the Cabinets new move as the start of a growing economic boy cott of British forces in the Canal Zone It followed a hot exchange of charges between Britain and Egypt in which each accused the other of a seriesof shooting attacks in the Canal Zone since April 1 Cairo newspapers claimed Thurs day that an Egyptian gun salvo Wednesday night announcing the beginning of the Moslem holy month or Ramadan touched off five hours of British firing in which one Egyptian was wounded An Associated Press dispatch from Port Said however said that all was quiet Thursday at the can als northern end The Egyptians charged officially Wednesday Anight that British sol diers had killed eight Egyptians and wounded 17 in the Canal Zone since April 1 A government state ment said the incidents had been due to the British militarys pro vocative actions A British military spokesman said two persons had been killed and two wounded on the British side since April 1 British Minister of State Selwyn L 1 o y d told the House of Commons in London Tues day there had been 30 attacks on the British during April and May Egypts chief of staff Lt Col Gamal Abdel Nasser predicted a popular uprising against British forces unless the London govern ment removes its Canal Zone gar rison withintwo or three months NO DAY FOR Lake near Chicago chose Wednesday for a beauty contest with the girls dressedin costumes they hadnt figured on 40 degree temperatures Braving the weather are left to right Marilyn Mclrityre Mailene Moreno Mollie Boylan Sally Souder JeanArthur Joyce Tarpy Patricia Hoagland and Eae Busch Still Search Rubble Death Toll in Waco Now Stands at 102 WACO Tex death toll in Mondays tornado oassed the 100 mark Thursday and officials abandoned hope that any more victims of the twister will be found alive The latest official count compiled by the Department of Public Safety showed 102 dead James Webb a Waco city official who is acting as gency headquarters office I f Steelworkers in Key Negotiations manager said he had unofficial reports of 104 and 108 dead Some 320 other persons were in ured and the Red Cross estimated 0 were missing An hour before he tornado hit Waco another tor nado hit San Angelo 190 miles vest of Waco killing 10 persons nd injuring 130 Bodies were being found here at he rate of one an hour More than 0 bulldozers were put to work Icaring the huge piles of rubble For the second night in succes ion rescue workers labored tirough the night and great search ghts illuminated the area Just before midnight Wednesday ic searchers thought they heard omeone in the wall between the iles of rubble that were once the oy Theater and the R T Dennis urniture Store So the bulldozers stopped and escue 5000 ervicemen who worked in ore into the wall with their bare ancls There was no one there and resumed PITTSBURGH ed Steelworkers Unit CIO opens key negotiations Thursday with the giant United States Steel Corp on new wage demands which the in dustry said would boost steel prices USW President David J Mc Donald making his first appear ance as No 1 union negotiator since he succeeded the late Philip Murray will lay his still unspeci fied proposals before a 35man company delegation The wage demands made on U S Steel will be the demands for the entire basic steel industry NO STUNTS DES MOINES The State De partment of Agriculture has an nounced that in order to discourage margarine manufacturers from staging publicity stunts July 4 the Jate margarine can be sold legally in the state it will allow storage of colored margarine in Iowa be fore that date UpAgriculture Dept Budget 14 Per Cent Million to Operate Setup WASHINGTON The Appropriations Committee Thurs day recommended an Agriculture Department budget 14 per cent arger than President Eisenhower had asked It sent to the House floor for debate next week a bill to appro priate to finance the departments regular activities for the 1954 fiscal year starting July Million This is or 5 per cent less than former President Truman asked for in his budget message But it is more han the Eisenhower administra tion requested in a budget re vision submitted by Secretary of Agriculture Benson Most of the increase over Ben sons requests was earmarked for istablishment of 50 small pilot plant watersheds to determine the uture course to be followed on upstream watershed protection The Agriculture Department now operates 11 major watershed proj ects The Truman budget contem adding seven more The committee recommended seven million dollars for flood providing for continuance of work on the 11 existing projects but nothing for the new ones request ed by Truman An additional five nillions was earmarked for the pilot plants New Cash In addition to the new cash fof regular activities of the depart ment the bill would authorize cans of347Vismillion dollars by he Rural Electrification Adminis ration and the Farmers Home Ad ministration This is 17VS millions ess than Truman requested but millions more than Benson sked All these loans are repay able Of the total loans authorized 85 million dollars is for rural tel phone and electric cooperatives 5Vi millions for farm ownership nd housing loans 120 millions for reduction and subsistence loans nd seven millions for water facil Lies loans For the agricultural conserva ion program the committee au horized 195 million dollars for the 954 cropyear This money is to e provided in next years appro riation bill This amount the ommittee said in a report drafted y Rep H Carl Andersen R isthe minimum in view f the alarming rate at which he soil of this nation is being lost nd depleted Claims Reds Delaying Truce PANMUNJOM Korea he Communists turned down the Jlies 26point war prisoner plan hursday provoking aUnited Na ons charge that the master ehind Red negotiators deliberately delaying a truce in Korea As the negotiations slipped back nto a complete deadlock Com munist troops started t c a r i n g own the lent city used last month for the exchange of sick nd wounded prisoners The Communists flatly rejected he new UN proposal for dispos ing of prisonerswho1 do not want to go home and the Allies repeated they would not accept the Reds plan We resolutely reject it North Korean Genj Nam II chief Com munist negotiator told Lt Gen William K Harrison head of the UN delegation at a meeting last ing one hour and 34 minutes Nam said the UN formula ap proved by Washington as a coun terproposal to an eightpoint plan submitted by the Communists a week ago Thursday was abso lutely unacceptable Harrison said the Reds propo sal to decide final disposition of prisoners refusing repatriation ai a postTarmistice political confer ence was worthless and no more reach an agreement we could honorably accept than these delegations up to this time The facesand voices would change but the master behind would not change Hani son said r The two sides agreed to again Friday at 11 ;