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Council Bluffs Nonpareil (Newspaper) - August 3, 1950, Council Bluffs, Iowa x The Council and Thursday sunny and little waimer high about 84 on Page ID 1857 C COUNCIL VOL 215 KEY to IOWA Mr Truman's Choke No 2 in Trails in Primary by 200 Precincts Out ST LOUIS Returns from 4493 oi 1676 precincts give for democratic nomination for senator from Thomas C Hennings Ji Emery W Allison By The Associated Press President Truman's favorite cut into the margin of his opponent Wednesday in their tight race for the Missouri democratic nomination 365 precincts uncounted State Sen Emery W Allison of trailed former U S Rep Thomas C Hennings jr of St Louis by The margin of Hennings lead shrank gradually as lagging outstate precincts re- ported With of precincts tabulated the count svas Allison Senator Forrest C Donnell easily won tion All incumbent tives appeared to have won too And in the neighboring state of Kansas republicans have nominated Gov Frank Carlson for U S senator and Edward F Arn for governor in their heated primary election Setback for London Paul Aiken former assistant postmaster general was riding a mounting lead over Carf V Rice for the democratic ial nomination victory pointed to a sharp setback for Alt M Lan don 1936 GOP presidential nom j inee in his bid to regain re- j publican control in his home state Landon staked his comeback try on the candidacy of Willard Mayberry and former secretary to Landon With tabulations virtually SO percent complete Mayberry was trailing Arn former state at- torney general by more than 38000 votes Aiken's strong running it Continued on Page 3 Mercury Dips to 54 New Low for If you pulled an extra blanket over you early Wednesday there was a good reason It was the coldest August 2 on record The mercury dipped to 54 de- grees about 5 to crack by one point the previous de- gree low for the day set in 1907 Chilly mornings are expected to continue the weatherman said but afternoons will be ny and pleasantly warm Temperatures here Thursday will range from a morning low in the to an afternoon high of 84 degrees he said High mercury reading Wednesday was to hit 78 degrees compared with an top Tuesday No ram is in sight the weatherman said Wednesday night will be clear and crisp Acheson Opposes Spanish Rider Puts Damper on Million Loan WASHINGTON If of State Acheson Wednesday op- posed the senate's Spanish loan rider to a pending ECA appropriation He told a news conference thare were adequate funds for any justified Spanish loan ready available in the import bank He also said that the state de had met with no in efforts in recent months to persuade Spain to adopt a more democratic government The senate Tuesday added to appropriating funds for European recovery a clause saving a loan should oo made to Spain through the bank COUNCIL BLUFFS THURSDAY AUGUST 3 1950 Businessmen Opposed B ut Comstock Asks No Parking on the South Side of Vine City Manager Oliver D Com- stock Wednesday told the city council he would recommend passage of the proposed nance to ban parking on the south side of Vine street between Bryant and North First streets Final reading of the proposed ordinance was deferred by the council July 24 after a delegation of businessmen voiced opposition to the ban Since then it has been made Malik to Try Again in Beaten Down in Ouster Attempt LAKE SUCCESS Beaten in his first attempt as security council president to oust alist China soviet delegate Jakob A Malik comes back to another try Wednesday He was defeated decisively 8 votes to 3 but he didn't walk out Tuesday Instead he remained to trade bitter words with U S and nese delegates in a long ling council session and to cuse the U S of leading naked against Asian ples in Korea China Indochina and the Philippines Back to Stay The fact that he stayed instead of walking out on the Chinese question as he did when he was beaten last January ened a belief that Russia is back in the U N at least for the rest of Malik's August term as dent He called another meeting Wednesday to continue a gle over what should be on the clearly evident that most of the parkers on the street are employes of our downtown ness Comstock said Police made a very thorough survey of the cars which were parked at this location on July 26 and Comstock explained License numbers were carefully recorded and then checked for he added Passage of the ordinance would not affect customer access to Broadway stores the manager said but workers would ably have to park a little away from their places of em- ployment With parking banned on the south side of the street greater use would be made of the city owned Vine street parking lot Comstock told the council dents of the street police and the city traffic commission have urged the parking ban May Ask Rent Control Powers Expediter Submits Recommendations WASHINGTON JP President Truman Wednesday was reported considering asking congress for blanket powers to restore rent controls wherever economic con- ditions w arrant such action Housing Expediter Tighe Woods is understood to have sub- mitted rent control tions to the White house last week at Mr Truman's request An familiar with Woods recommendations told a iiic reporter the housing expediter proposed cutting Spain in for I agenda Tuesday's I also wants Truman to ask of Marshall plan i 1 i- the senate r the export-import plan Acheson recalled to his news conference that the state ment had opposed plan in the past Though he did not phrase it that way Acheson's attitude to be He any loan to Spain ought to be handled in the regular way that congress ought not to tie the hands of government agencies in with Spain by di- a loan devoted entirely to jousting over the unseating of the Chinese and over what subjects should be discussed and in what order Sir Senegal N Rau of India one of the three who voted to oust nationalist China said after Tuesday's meeting that he re- it a good omen that Malik announced a meeting for Wednesday and apparently would attend it Rock Island Asks to Line Collections Average for Every U.S Citizen the census bureau re- Wednesday The federal share was 71 percent or of the tal The states got per son local government The bureau said federal and aggregated were 2 percent below the 1948 record of The federal government's col- lections declined 6 to but state taxes rose 7 percent to a total and loca levies increased 13 000 percent to he believed v fell asleep at the wheel of his Individual income taxes pro 29 percent of last year proving the biggest source of government income They amounted to an average of per person The Rock Island railroad Wednesday asked the interstate commerce commission for a mit to reroute its mam line between Atlantic and Weston the Associated Press reported from Washington The plans calls for construction and tax in of about 39 miles of new line from between these points to pass j the through Hancock Rock Island plans to abandon about 12 track between Atlantic and Walnut and 21 miles between Shelby and Weston The new line is part of the program announced here months ago to eliminate sharp grades and curves on the Rock Island road Excess Profits Tax Proposal Rejected WASHINGTON house ways and means committee Wednesday turned down an ex- cess profits tax proposal as part of new legislation for defense contracts Committee members said lowing a closed door committee session that profits tax was tabled by a vote of 15 to 8 They said however that committee's action did not close the door to future consideration of such a levy Rep Vinson author of the renegotiation told re porters that he did not feel a tax levy had any place in that legislation Taxes can be taken up separately he added Bluffs Man Hurt in Crash at Mo Valley Cecil Turner 23 1907 South Seventh street was reported in fair condition at Mercy pital Wednesday He a possible tured skull and a lacerated right eye in a car crash at Missouri Wednesday According to Police Chief Don Conaway of Missouri Valley Turner was a passenger in a car that jumped a curb on highway 75 on the north edge of that city Fred L Perry 23 of Omaha driver of the car was uninjured He was booked on a charge of careless driving and released on bond May Reverse Policy jof Aid to Chinese Nationalists WASHINGTON JP The man administration is ing reversing its policy of no- WASHINGTON JP Federal I arms aid to the Chinese on Formosa in order to strengthen the defenses of that stronghold A final decision by the state and defense departments and the White house is understood to congress for power to bring new defense areas under rent ceilings for the first time if conditions make it necessary Another feature of Woods plan calls for the freezing of con- in all areas now under the federal rent program That would wipe out a provision of the pre- sent law which gives local com- authority to federal ceilings Cohen Has Troubles Wants Steel Fence LOS ANGELES Gambler Mickey Cohen has asked zoning authorities for permission to erect a five and one-half foot steel wire fence around his home Zoning regulations permit only three and one-half foot fences in his Brentwood Cohen has had considerable trouble with bomb planters and pranksters The latter have been tossing firecrackers onto key's lawn It wasn't a ster who blew the front of his house away last year though Forced to Abandon Three Gold Bricks TIMMINS Ont ed bandits were forced to don three gold bricks worth and their car Wednesday when it burst in flames They had stolen the gold from the the mines Ltd Pipeline Break SIOUX CITY A break in an ga's pipeline in Leeds sprayed gasoline over a portion of highway 75 Wednesday ng forced residents in the U N Forces Plan Drive to Manchuria SOMEWHERE IN KOREA JP Foreign Minister Ben C Limb of South Korea said Wednesday the allied drive against North Korean it not stop short of the border This was the first direct ment of determination to fight beyond the parallel that di- vides North and South Korea Limb said in a statement that the United Nations and South await recommendations from Korean forces were receiving re Gen Douglas MacArthur who re conferred Monday with Chiang at peh Formosan capital The government lias already taken one step designed to ease the flow of American arms to the Chinese nationalists An der issued last week permits them to buy weapons through the defense department instead of having to go to the directly as they had done for many months Responsible officials said that Chiang has an quate basic supply of weapons for the defense of the island but that he undoubtedly needs spare parts for repairs and also tional ammunition in such they soon will begin to push back the When this starts they w ill not stop until they reach the Tumen and rivers the natural and historic boundaries of Korea Drive for Camp Fire Girls DES MOINES An anti- hoarding campaign will be launched Monday by the Camp Fire girls in central and west Iowa Approximately members will start ringing doorbells that day and asking housewives to sign cards pledging to purchase only what is necessary for the normal everyday needs of Tons U.S Weapons to Allies WASHINGTON JP Officials said Wednesday that nearly tons of American weapons and military supplies have been delivered to friendly foreign governments during the ast five months This total probably will be doubled or tripled within the next few months they said ing that provided by congress in 1949 already has been allocated and orders have been made against the 000.000 foreign arms program proved last week Vote Prison Terms Fines for Hoarders Congress Presses Swiftly for Action on Economic Controls WASHINGTON sentences and fines fo hoarders and were voted by a senate commil tee Wednesday as congres pressed swiftly toward action o economic mobilization tion A house vote on the requested control pow ers plus standby wage am price controls was late in the day but may not until Thursday Democratic leaders put befor the house a substitute for th administration's original alloca tions and credit control measure The new would give Mr Tru man power to slap ceilings o wages and roll prices back to th levels of the May 2 period Rationing Order The new also would the president to order rationing Republicans rallying behind of their own protested tli last-minute introduction of a administration measure T h GOP also would provide fo standby wage and price controls Rep Halleck calld the administration move deplor able He said it gave the house no fair chance to consider proposals and was a poor way t legislate The plan for crackdown power on hoarders and operators was approved day by the senate banking com The committee also approved a broad system of credit controls that would apply to all rea estate construction after noon meridian time Thursday These would apply to all privately fin construction and would be administered by the federal re serve system Section The anti- hoarding section o the committee's No person shall accumulate 1 materials in excess of reason able and normal demands o business or home consumption or 2 materials in short for the purpose of resale at prices in excess of prevailing marke prices which have been design ated by the president as scarce materials or materials the ply of which would be ened by such Violations could bring ties of up to and a year in prison The campaign is part of a tional project Names Redding as Donaldson Assistant WASHINGTON John M Jack Redding publicity tor for the democratic national committee was nominated President Truman Wednesday as assistant postmaster general Redding the publicity director for the committee since April 1 1947 was named to succeed Paul Aiken who resigned to run for the democratic ation in Kansas The new assistant postmaster general there are four such posts paying a also serve as public relations advisor to Postmaster Donaldson the White house said Industrial Commissioner DES MOINES Gov liam S Beardsley Wednesday designated Ralph Young 57 Des Moines as acting industrial com- missioner for Young has been chief deputy commissioner for years He succeeds E P Corwin who died Saturday K C Machine Back in the Saddle Again neighborhood to turn off pilot in stoves and traffic was for more than an hour Gift to Episcopal Church DETROIT JP Mrs Henry Ford widow of the automotive pioneer Wednesday announced the gift of a fund of mately a million dollars to the Episcopal diocese of Michigan for a church in Detroit The church will be built on an eight and 3 half acre site surrounding the private tery where Henry Ford is buried Food Price Index Up NEW YORK Dun Bradstreet wholesale food price index this week advanced three cents from a week ago to highest since Sept when it was KANSAS CITY gast democratic machine its life threatened for a time by the forces of the late Charles gio appeared Wednesday to be back in the saddle again Its resurgence appeared to be due in a large measure to the aid of several minor factions which had rallied under the banner of Binaggio until he was slain gangland fashion last April 5 Not only did the forces of Jim Pendergast ride high in making a clean sweep of major county offices in Tuesday's primary but they corralled the democratic county committee i as well While building up a big for Emery W Allison for the democratic nomination for the senate the Pendergast won 41 of the 56 places on the county committee Decided Contrast This is a decided contrast to the situation two years ago when Pendergast had only a margin irr the committee during an organization session The Sermon factions won four places and the Shannon tion seven The Sermon and Shannon groups are two of thp major de- organizations in son county aside from the group The Sermon faction of the de- party is the one built up and dominated for many years by the late Roger Sermon close friend of President man Sermon was mayor of In- dependence Mo Truman's home town from 1923 until his death last year The Sermon group is active in county outside of Kansas City The Shannon group is under the leadership of Frank non son of the late congressman Joseph Shannon of Kansas City Military Deferment Policies to Be Set WASHINGTON JP The de- fense department shortly will an- its deferment policy for reservists including national guardsmen called to federal duty A spokesman said however that the interim policy will not apply to selective service draftees Government sources said the commerce department will re- lease a list of essential tries as a guide and the labor department will issue a rather short list of critical o c c u p a- tions The military establishment it was reported Will emphasize that the lists are not guarantees of exemption from military service It will state however that the armed forces intend to use men at their highest skills whether in or essential civilian roles and to prevent any manpower dram on vital indus trial crafts 40 Miles From Pusan Fiery Battle in Hill Area Near Chinju TOKYO Thursday AP The U S 24th division tured hill positions northeast of held on day in a flaming battle 40 miles from the main port of Pusan The arching was marked by burning villages all the way from the southern coast to abandoned which blazed too Dupont to Build Hydrogen Bomb Selected to Design Produce New Weapon WASHINGTON if The Wednesday apparently gave the Dupont company top responsibility for developing the hydrogen bomb An atomic energy commission announcement provided that hint AEC said only that the chemical lirm lias been selecte to design construct and operate new facilities to produce mater ials for atomic weapons or fuel potentially useful for power pur poses Company officials at Wilming ton said the project is of vita importance to the security of thu States The AEC said the new plants will be of am their operation will provide knowledge that will speed the progress of the atomic program But commission usual shied away from any di rect mention of the H-bomb new weapon President Truman has ordered for the atomic ar senal Where the new plants will be located has not yet been decid ed Dupont and government ex- perts have looking for a ite expected to cover some 000 acres Korean Reds Start a Tost Exchange With U S Supplies WITH U S TROOPS IN KOREA One of two war taken on the front Wednesday said Koreans started a post exchange with captured American supplies The prisoner was wearing GI socks and a GI undershirt Asked where he got them he They were issued to us by our officer at with two packs of American cigarets each A 24th infantry division Ernest Wood of on N the two ng prisoners while they were by They were red scouts out ng to take prisoners said Wood They wore North ean uniforms at night and in he daytime dressed as ordinary villagers They had two er Russian pistols and eight et clips on them They told us hey had a stockade full of American prisoners at Saoul Grade Officers Wanted DES Granger Anderson chief of the Iowa ary district announced ay that company grade reserve nd national guard officers of 11 arms and services captains nd lieutenants may volunteer or recall to active duty for one wo or three year periods Officers must be within the maximum age limits which are or lieutenants combat 34 ears 40 years years non- years Officers selected will be d to active duty in the grade now held Colonel Anderson said there continues to be a great need for lieutenant colonels and majors Gen John Church 24th division commander new corps allied medical science in the dental corps and the fields Applications for reserve cers ate to be submitted to the chief military district of the individual's state of permanent residence National submit guard their through national guard channels to the state adjutant general Act to Reduce Food Stockpile Pay Transportation Repacking Costs WASHINGTON IP The hous agriculture committee took ac tion Wednesday designed to re duce the huge stockpile of gov surplus farm officials as goods such as butter cheese eggs dried milk The committee approved a bi by Rep Granger to al low the government to pay th transportation and costs of these perishable food sent to relief agencies Under present law the relie agencies receive these perish ables free but must pay the cost of transportation and ing Secretary of Agriculture Bran nan supported the hill but told the committee last week that J would not completely solve problem of getting rid of the per the government bough up in its price support operations Separate legislation will be needed to authorize and provide funds to carry out the proposal Brannan has estimated less than will be required In another development Wed Brannan told 36 can house members that he sees no reason for placing further re on imports of such for eign products as cheese dried milk eggs dried beans grains pork and grapes Identify Guard Called WASHINGTON if Four tional guard divisions and two combat teams called up for active duty were identified by the army Tuesday They are 40th 43rd and infantry divisions and he and combat earns The from Pennsylvania ill train at Camp Atterbury lear Edinburg Ind the 40th rom California at Camp Cook the 43rd from Connecticut ferment and Rhode Island at Camp Pickett Va and the rom Oklahoma at Camp The combat team from south Dakota goes to Camp son near Colorado Springs Col he from Tennessee to ort Devens near Ayerr Mass Korean Reds Turn Down Chinese Aid TOKYO Peiping radio said Wednesday that communist China liad offered military and naval help to the North Korean reds but was turned down The broadcast was heard here TKe Korean reds were quoted as saying help was not needed now Monitors in Tokyo quoted the broadcast over the official ese communist radio as saying The communist of China offered military and naval assistance to the people's of Korea The people's republic replied that assistance officers will applications Gen MacArthur's quarters said U S troops and the Korean sixth sion were locked in a grim battle east of Chinju at western approaches No gains by the enemy have been made in this ing in the last 12 the war summary said It was re- leased at a m i m CST Wednesday For 18 hours or more the battle between tanks artillery and men raged on the heights just eight miles northeast of Chinju On the cental front ablaze and abandoned by the U S first cavalry division scorched ruins as the rede moved into its outskirts Disputed east coast anchor town which has changed hands frequently was a no- man's land But the hardest fighting was north of Chinju about miles west of Pusan Surrounded Battle weary U S 24th division troops were almost surrounded they counterattacked They suffered many casualties and lost some tanks Associated Press Correspondent Hal Boyle who flew over the flaming front said the could be string of flaming villages Boyle first reported the abandonment of Help for the doughboys was near Fighting marines in were at a southeastern port onb 40 miles from the battle The marines came equipped with 45 ton tanks tank killer ba and other weapons new to the Korean war American planes sei fire to as they had done at Chinju after it fell was almost ed by strong red flanking forces The Americans had tacked to regain high ground they had lost Tuesday The reds sidestepped them and attacked As the battle progressed the Americans seized the heights at 10 miles east of The reds closed behind them Quickly the Americans seized positions at five miles southwest of the village of gam Correspondent O H P King King said Sherman went into action a few lours after the vital battle In the Chinju area started This force is holding its own said Maj Gen John Church new commander of the 24th division Church said the U S tanks met ire from red tanks in no tions Marinas Ready As the battle raged heavily armed marines brought direct rom the United States by ship lulled into a South Korean port eady to move to the front We will give them the best got and thafs a said i marine sergeant veteran of he second world war and a al leatherneck The marines came loaded for combat They are goine nlo battle behind hulking anks weighing 45 tons and 90 MM guns There een nothing like that fighting n the American side thus far The marines also carry and the new bazookas Routs Holdup Mm With a Pitchfork DBS MOINES Id operator of an east side store hased two young men out of his shop with pitchfork Tuesday night Joe Shane told police the men entered his store Just as ivas closing He said one threat ned him with a knife and the ther beat him over the head vith an ax handle The proprietor said he started elling for help and as the two edged toward the door an frbm behind the counter a pitchfork and chased hem out was unnecessary at this time panding Today's He has Tarzan eyes they to
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