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Council Bluffs Iowa Nonpareil (Newspaper) - February 8, 1948, Council Bluffs, Iowa WORLD VVS ESTABLISHED IN VOL 39 COUNCIL BLUFFS SUNDAY FEBRUARY 8 1948 Make Plans for Visit of Taft in City Public Receptions for Senator and His Wife to Be Held in City Arrangements were being made here Saturday lor the visit of Senator and Mrs Robert A Taft of Ohio Friday Senator Taft a candidate for the republican presidential nomination will leave ton D C Monday on his tour His party composed of lican leaders and newspapermen will make several stops before arriving in Omaha early Friday He is scheduled to have a press conference at the Hotel elle at a m and will give an address at the South Omaha Livestock Exchange at noon Friday afternoon will be spent in Council Bluffs Some 250 Seventh Iowa con- gressional district women will be guests of The Nonpareil at a luncheon for Mrs Taft at Hotel Chieftain The Pottawattamie County Republican Women's club will serve as hostess Senator Taft will visit Lin monument on Oakland drive at p m give a brief address over at the site and return to the hotel about 3 p m For the next hour there will be a public reception at the hotel ballroom for the Senator and Mrs Taft sponsored by The Non- pareil and the republican organization From Council Bluffs the Taft party will go to Denver Col Predicts GOP Will Decide on ERP Need By Jack Bell WASHINGTON Senator Taft predicted Saturday that those republicans who favor a European recovery program in some form or another will reach agreement soon on its cost Taft who heads the party's icy committee told a reporter he thinks this agreement will pave the way for comparatively speedy senate action when the foreign aid proposal is brought up March 1 Of the Ohioan said some people are going to oppose any aid to Europe at this time But I think there is a good chance that who want to have a am can agree on how should be spent on it Taft already has called for a cut of around in the appropriation President Truman has asked congress to make for the first 15 months of aid beginning March 1 The administration has since indicated the relief total might reach While Taft did not say so PRICE 10 CENTS Sen Robert A Tail Mrs Robert A Taft Distinguished guests in Council Bluffs next Friday will be Senator and Mrs Robert A Taft of Ohio t Damaged Plane Is Landed Safely Crewman Killed as Engine Breaks Up BUNNELL Fla A aged Eastern Air Lines Con- bearing a dead State Officials Proud of Capitol Resent Slurs of Acrobatic Critic DES MOINES and employes look upon the Iowa statehouse as a thing man and 65 other persons flew in of beauty despite the fact John from the sea to safety here day after reporting it was about to be ditched The dead man was Flight At- tendant Gilbert Paul Folz of rural route 5 Ind He died when an engine grated and a piece possibly a cyl G Nichols 26 Chicago has ed it as the second ugliest tol in the nation To illustrate his distaste for the architecture of most capitols Nichols has had his picture taken all 48 The pictures Sikh Prince Is Held in Gandhi Case Indian Government Takes Control in Alwar Temporarily By G Milton Kelly NEW DELHI gation of the assassination of Gandhi began ing into high places Saturday The government ol India pressed the administration the small state of Alwar and its prince and prime ister to Now Delhi for a ary An announcement said this drastic step was necessary to pursue without any obstruction an investigation into the alleged support or in activities of the national teer and its possible complicity in the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi and other serious crimes The Sikh prince Maharajah Tej and the Alwar Prime Minister N B Khare already in Delhi and were dered to slay here for at a month the investigation proceeds The government of India took inder or part of a propeller and his listing of ugliest and struck him Fire was reported to have lowed the engine failure and best capitols appear in this week's issue of Life magazine After listing Nevada's capitol several passengers were injured i as the ugliest and Iowa's as sec by jumping from the plane alter the emergency landing here The big plane flown by Capt W E Johnson of Miami and pilot R G Burston caused a major alert and the start of a huge rescue effort when it re- ported at p m that it was being ditched Its position at that time cording to the coast guard was about 80 miles at sea off sonville Planes blimps and surface craft were quickly knit into a rescue force that began to con- verge on the area Coast guard officers called them off when the plane reached safety Among those aboard the craft were Winthrop Rockefeller New York financier and Henry T Dick Merrill noted EAL pilot and flier A broken propeller a flat ire and a small cut in the molal fuselage was HIP only evidence here of the dramatic escape from destruction at sea The plane was bound from ton to Miami by way of New Yoik and West Palm Beach Three Killed in Army Plane Crash ond Nichols commented the Iowa statehouse is a terrible waste of materials Statehouse workers met that criticism wilh their own cism of Nichols and praise of their statehouse Their Ira A Buckles secretary to At- torney General Robert L Larson attempt to ridicule by his own ridiculous acts deserves no Charles W Barlow clerk of the supremo fellow who would do such a stunt as that hasn't the ability to judge archi- It is my understanding that competent observers have pronounced our statehouse as a good piece of architecture Martha McCord secretary in the governor's have at- Russia Offers to Buy U S Ships By Edward E Bomar WASHINGTON authorities said Saturday that Russia lias now to buy 87 ships she got the U S by Russia's holding on to the ships lias been a point of con- for a long time Authorities said Moscow of- to buy the in agreeing belatedly to return to the U S seven and one cargo ship The state department has begun negotiations No barrier to the deal fore- seen by con- gress from ment on terms Members of the house merchant marine tee have protested Russia's tude in the past testimony a j They heard o that the U S asked for return of the ships on Maich IS The ships are mostly of the type and have been ried on maritime commission books as sin plus since Russia got I hem tu deliver lend-lease Urges Long Time Agriculture Plan Fluctuate Prices With Crop Size By Ovid A Martin WASHINGTON JP A range idim program which would allow consumer food prices lo decline lood SALUDA N least three killed and six were injured late Saturday when an air force C-47 plane crashed in a fog into Mount Page two miles from here persons and named C S of ab administrator The maharajah who claims descent Kush eldest son of pluses developed was advocated dicty ol Gandhi acquiesced in the government's action in a written direction 10 the civil and military services of to operate Hilly wilh the Indian ad- ministration Seize Members The police search into high planes MS as the underworld j lor clues to the assassination of m on Jan 50 was reported flom nl T Saturday to have resulted in by a senate sub-committee The larger surplus the louei pi Ices be allowed to go At the same time the program be designed to assure fanners a fair of the The sharply arrest of about 3.200 to maintain is the throughout India Most of price is the same ir the were rounded up In raids on headquarters and of members Police sources said all the ramifications of the tion were not yet clearly under- stood but the story is ning to take form They said it might be two or three weeks ways taken great pride in Iowa's lorc Hie plot can be so capitol To have it listed as the that formal charges can be second worst in lie States and to have il as such is truly an insult Mildred R Veatch secretary to Secretary of Agriculture Harry D people of Iowa ways stand on their two feet We are proud of our dignity and sively artistic interior Ralph Arnold architect for Hie state board of control Our capitol building is more or less typical of the design for such buildings in the 1870 period While it is outdated and of an entirely different plan there are indications that he is willing to settle for a smaller cut that less if he and Senators Vandenberg Millikin Bridges and others can have a meeting of minds Itc immediately whether three The Michigan senator or four men were cremated in it Mrs Hazel Drain to ed meanwhile to have made The six injured were taken to State Safety Al progress toward satisfying Memorial hospital think our state of the demands of a group of 20 Hendersonville A said is verv beautiful I have seen against the inflexible minimum ardless of Further the present program merely a mini- mum price for their products a guarantee which or may not give the farmer a share of the national income The new program was drafted by a sub-committee headed by Senator Alken who has long been a leader in I arm embodying One night Godse held as Gandhi's assassin to bo in the senate Court Test of Labor Act Opens Mon Government Seek to Holt Strike in Chicago Papers By Max Hall WASHINGTON gest and most complex tion case yet to arise under the act will open day at Indianapolis It involves the International Typographical union Government lawyers are ing an injunction or court order they hope would end the Chicago newspaper strike and many other activities Amos M Yochem McClelland Dies Amos M Yochem 64 living on route 1 McClelland and op of a garage and trucking line at McClelland for several years died suddenly while ing his automobile late day afternoon He was en route to Underwood to get a shave when he was stricken with the heart attack on county road Q a mile and a half south of Underwood and his went off the roadway The car struck an embankment and then upset into a ditch A passing motorist found Yochem wedged between the door and the car Dr A L Besore was and pronounced him dead It is believed that Yochem was dead before the car struck the embankment Mr Yochem was widely known in farm and trucking circles He was a life time resident of the I T U and its national county having been officers This battle is con- important not only in the newspaper industry hut also in the whole field ot ment relations The AFL CIO and United Mine Workers have asked the court to let them file statements on behalf of the printers They oppose the injunction and claim the injunction provision the law is tional On the other side most of the nation's daily newspaper through three have asked the court to let them take pait in the ing and argue for the injunction Denham general sel ot national labor tions board has charged the union with 23 different kinds of illegal acts against newspapers in all pails ot the country He said acts constitute four unfair labor practices under the law He asked the to stop the acts Asked Injunction II takes a long time for the NLRB to hear such a big case and make a decision So ham asked federal district Judge Luther M Swygert for a ary injunction that would force the union to refrain from any of the 23 acts or any strikes or slowdowns in furtherance of the acts until the NLRB decision is issued office charges that Hie Chicago strike is such a J strike furthering the alleged born on Aug 19 1884 near Un- derwood He retired from farming eral years ago to enter the garage and trucking business at land Surviving him are his widow Elizabeth two daughters Mrs Jerry Caufield of Camp Kilmer N J and Katherine at home six sons Jack Joe Johnnie and all of McClelland Don of Glendale Calif and Koyt who recently was married and is now in California on his honeymoon two brothers Joe of Council Bluffs and Ernest living in souri and a sister Mrs Hazel Barnes of St Joseph Ark The body is at the Woodring funeral home U.S Fliers Held for Revolt Aid Plan to Bomb Caracas Halted NEW ORLEANS ed plot to bomb Caracas in a revolution against the lan government has been thwarted and six American ers have been arrested The federal bureau of gation announced Saturday that four men were nabbed when they arrived at New Orleans by plane from Nicaragua A fifth was ar- rested at Miami and the sixth The union denies it This have been settled sions ot is expected proceedings before spearheaded an con- to kill leading congress figures and government ministers with the aim of lishing an Hindu dictatorship This theory was based on con- fessions reliably reported to have been made by some of those ar- rested in Bombay New Delhi towns of east Punjab and Poona home of Godse Police searches were reported to have from the more modern types of i hand Deputy Sheriff Foy Wall of j capitol buildings it is doubtful i ades revolvers and ammunition Hendersonville said the front that from the viewpoint of the portion of the plane was so general public it would be ly burned it was impossible as entirely unpleasing in republican senators seeking re visions in the aid plan This group laid a half dozen amendments before him at a meeting Saturday Later Senator Ball indicated the group is not far from agreement with berg on the establishment of an administrator with lull power to make economic de- and the setting up of a watchdog tee Packing Workers Vote for Strike DES MOINES workers three Iowa cities nine soldiers and one sailor were aboard Wall said neighbors in the vicinity pulled the six men from the burning plane South's Governors in Ultimatum By Romney Wheeler WAKULLA SPRINGS Fla The conference of southern gave democratic tional administration an lum Saturday to cease attacks on while supremacy or face revolt in the The conference adopted a by Gov in the strom Thurmond of South to be polled have voted overwhelmingly to strike if such action is necessary to gain wage demands A T Stephens district director of the union said Saturday night Union locals in Mason City Sioux City and Ottumwa have voted to authorize the United Packinghouse Workers national executive board to call a strike if wage negotiations fail Stephens said in Omaha also have approved the strike by an overwhelming margin on the basis of returns to date Strike votes are taken 10 and the last fnr a vote on It I members in Iowa Stephens said The CIO union seeking a 29 an hour The A PL In ion its lur a nine an hour lina setting 40 days as the limit for a new meeting of governors to review developments The conference rejected an proposal by Gov ing Wright of Mississippi would have called for a meeting of southern democrats March 1 the Nebraska and other more modernistic ones but I still am very much partial to old cal buildings like our state tal Mrs De Carlo tarv to Secretary of Slate H may not be the best looking statehouse in the nation but If is a symbol of Iowa's more Hutu a of statehood X-ray Offers Hope in Some Cancer CHICAGO has improved some hopeless eases ot i to a stage where operation could be performed with some hope of permanent a physician said Saturday Dr Arthur W Erskine of Cedar la said that with X-ray treatment the ulcers often heal Blame Icing for Bomber Crash JASPER Aik Icing tions and fog may have caused a bomber to ram a mountain Friday night killing all five occupants four army men and a hitch hiking sailor Sheriff Russell said a logbook found in the charred and twisted wreckage recorded icing conditions and fop immediately j before the plane smashed into j mountain two miles I south of Apparently off plane was bound Monday Aiken said he will press lor this session High Production Level The program also would have as one of its goals a high level ol farm production at all times As the sub-committee said ple need adequate food in bail times as well as in good times Devices such as acreage ments and marketing quotas to or curtail production would be used only as a last resort Instead when surpluses tended to arise government would seek to encourage con- sumption by low-income families and by diverting extra supplies to school lunch programs and industrial In It aNo would provide for incentive payments to loi carrying out conserving and tices which would not be able to carry out without help Field O for Little miles southeast of heie Wealthy lowan Is Dead KURT DODGE O Hale in one of Foil si died m a heir 111 illness i nt six Hale property I Urge ol I arm Kind Moose Push Special March Dimes Drive Over Goal the proposed injunction would have the of hailing the stuke The union this week asked Judge to dismiss ham's request for the injunction on two 1 That the vision under which the tion is sought section 10 is unconstitutional in that it con- fers other than judicial powers on the courts and permits sons to be deprived of liberty and property without due process of law 2 That only the in Panama FBI Chief J Edgar Hoover said all have been charged with lation of neutrality act They are accused of taking two plus vy PBY planes from Bush field Georgia to Puerto Cabezas Nicaragua Hoover added that two of the men named as pilots of the planes were to have received each for their part in the plan He identified the two as i Olin D Mason an army cap tain A W O L from the army's Oliver general hospital at gusta Ga and Harry A Snow former R A F pilot whose home is in Amarillo Tex The others were listed as Charles B of New York board and nut Denham has the i Kenneth J Newcomer and Henry right to ask for an injunction under 10 This provision says the board may ask for an in- junction The board delegated D of Augusta Ga and Edward Browder jr of rillo Hoover's announcement said this power to the NLRB regional to be used in s who are part of bombing action as part of a and the tumor in the breast I goal Sunday With a check for from Moose result of a benefit dance and other contributions the March of Dimes special drive goes considerably over its shrinks The total contributed is In an article in Radiology a 26332 This represents gifts lo to consider a bolt from the journal devoted to clinical the special Maich of Dimes dme party The resolution ology and allied sciences ed for lack of a second It also ignored a resolution by X-ray is not a sub- Gov James FoLsom of Alabama for surgery and whenever who advocated support of favor the chances for complete cure ite son candidates pledged to uphold traditions of white m the democratic tional convention seem reasonably good tion should be used only to the work the There is but exception t0 this Th southern and that if HIP thus i fil After of he and does not include money to the coin boxes and the Mile of Dimes box We will make an accounting of those and publish a final re- port on all donations early next said Gordon Childs map of the Junior Chamber of i has I saw the in the paper of the little girl learning to she told him and I want to give my birthday money to help her People such as that little girl uill someday make infantile just another in the Sunday's lions ham's The union says the board had no legal authority to delegate it Must Settle Union Motion The union's motion to dismiss be settled one way or oilier at Indianapolis before the of ease can be Here ire four labor with which office charged the I ID cause the ers to against non- union printers in hiring and ing J lo Hie Ms lo pay tor sei vices not this relates mainly lo of advertising Ijpe which isn't lo be used 3 Coercing publishers to only members as ing room foremen 4 Coercing employes in the of their rights to gain collectively and their rights to refrain from union activities The union denies any tion of the law revolution against the present of a Latin American which he did not name However the civil aeronautics administration announced Friday night that Snow son and Newcomer would be pended as Ihc result of an plot to bomb Protest to Nicaragua And President protested to Nicaragua that two planes had been flown from the United States to Nicaragua and loaded with bombs with presumed objective of barding Caracas He spoke of a foreign plot prevent I ho in- Feb 35 of elect Gallegos The four men arrested here signed waivers clearing the way for their removal to Augusta Ga After a hearing Saturday Snow acting spokesman for the group told newsmen that they had returned to the United States voluntarily They had heard he declared that there was something wrong in connection with their flight j and not realizing the gravity of again within at a time perhaps and place designated by Its chairman In the interim a special committee will lo prob lerns fiom Tin man's of civil rights foi N eg toes slowly By careful X ray ment repeated whenever sary it is often to shrink tumor and retard Moie than die of T pit f Hv I r woilliw lute project a Thomas cancer In said j C harles I ol the had vtilh a girl She had lied hoi against the national only ul- nd not the local or any lhc tiled against them other local Denham's office and the base their case i on the charge that the sets 1 1 the policies of its local unions Planned Motherhood Her Tripletts of was the ol the H planned mother of triplets Mis wife of a Steel company executive to the babies Snow declared that they had not received any money other than their expenses so far Asked who paid for the two planes he said I imagine the planes were bought by someone connected with the Venezuelan government Maximum penalty upon con- viction of neutrality act linn is two years imprisonment and fine A CAA official said in ington Friday night that licenses of the pilots will be suspended operating unlicensed and a night craft the the 1 couple also have a son 7 Slates Grain Price Slump Means Price Drop Four Major Staples in Diet Will Be Cheaper Next Week CHICAGO grain prices ran into their first born resistance in four days Saturday but the sharp slump in values already has chipped a few cents off the retail costs of ceries At least four important staples in the American diet bread flour lard and some pork cuts will cost less Monday in some of the nation's chain stores as a direct result of skidding grain prices The possibility of generally lower retail pork prices in the near future lias been brightened by declining hog prices and a backup of supplies in the sale levels caused by consumer resistance to high prices Hog price averages at Chicago dropped 90 cents during the week to compared with 524.85 a year earlier making one of the few times since the war any major commodity has de- on a year to year basis In Pittsburgh a meat packer predicted that housewives would be able to buy meat cheaper next week than at any time in the last three months Wheat prices fluctuated ly on the Chicago board of trade Wheat the kingpin in the food price structure closed 9 cents lower to cents a bushel er The sharp descent in was halted but corn generally continued to plunge Mild short coverings and other buying bolstered the New York stock market but many leaders were more or less neglected In quiet dealings Cotton prices closed strong with advances of to a bale Highly Competitive A spokesman for one food chain explained why trie slump In wheat prices was re- so swiftly in retail price cuts The food situation is highly competitive and we have to act fast for this he said Despite tho stiffer showing in grain prices A W Zelomek of New York economic counselor and president of the al Statistical bureau predicted commodity prices would fall 20 to 25 per cent within 9 months The back of the inflation has been he said In but it will take people a few months to realize it He saw the sharp commodity price break as the forerunner of a eral downward trend Belief that the major long term price trend will be ward also was expressed by Mark Pickell secretary of the Corn Belt Livestock Feeders sociation However he added that prices now are getting down to a point where they have intrinsic merit and should tend to stabilize Retail price cuts were an- by chain stores and other grocers in the east mid- west and south although most of the announced decreases plied only to one food item The Weather By the U S Weather Bureau Council Bluffs and Fair with cold Sunday High low Continued fair and warmer Monday Quite cold Sunday and Sunday night High Sunday around zero north and above south Fair and colder Sunday extreme southeast High to Hourly p p p p p p p p m S p m p m Humidity Wet bulb 9 Dry bulb Maximum temperature in last 24 hours Saturday Minimum temperature in last 24 hours Saturday Total precipitation 33 inch Total deficiency 57 inch MR HUGH ON ROUTE 4 COUNCIL BLUFFS Said I Quick Nonpareil Wait Ait MB HEYWOOD RAN THIS AD FRESH COW AND CALF Phone Only 3 15 eill him to buy cow Mr Heywood could have 14 thorn all one art Mr Hoywood his and farm luppllca Nonpareil Want Ads IT'S QUICK 11 ST AD IX 1 mi CUM
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