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   Dixon Evening Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 13, 1953, Dixon, Illinois                               Congress Friendly to Ike's Reorganization By JAM Kg MAR LOW WASHINGTON friendly icccption which Congress gave Eisenhower's latest pro- make a federal depart- ment of the Federal Security Ag- be an answer to those who have wondered when he would start getting tough with the law- makers. Judging fiom the reaction in Congress when Eisenhower's pro- posal reached there yesterday, the approval should be given fast. The change doesn't mean much now, as Eisenhower himself point- ed out, but should save money lat- er through more efficiency. The FSA would become the Depart- ment of Health. A few top officials would have their salaries raised. Cover Some Fields -The department would cover the same vital fields now handled by the FSA: social security, old age assistance, education, medicine. Theie have been some bobbles in the Eisenhower administration's relations with Congress. His own Republicans were all set to cut down his power to re-organize the to make FSA a department is an example of such reorganization. Oddly, the Democrats in general voted on his side. But the Republicans switched and gave him the reorganization powers he called fer. He wanted Congress to pass a resolution condemning Russian en- slavement of peoples and very carefully chose the words he hoped Congress would approve. The Democrats generally went along with him, but Republicans first made changes, then sidetracked the resolution in the face of Dem- ocratic opposition to changes. Budget Differences He wanted progress toward a i balanced budget before Congress cut taxes. But some of his Re- i publicans went ahead with plans for cutting taxes. Each of these episodes was in its way a frustrating experience for Eisenhower. He could have become belligerent and tfied to throw his weight around. Instead, he said not one word of criticism publicly. So far he has kept his reasons for his mildness to himself. It may be that he is taking a much longer view of his problems than some of those who miglit think he should have started being more i emphatic in dealing with Congress. I By long view is meant here just this: That he regards any setbacks he's suffered so far as of only minor far. There still won't be any tax cut until a majority of Congress approves. He did in the end get the reorganiza- tion powers he wanted. Questionable Value As for the enslavement resolu- tion, it's questionable that it would have had as much effect any- where, even on the enslaved peo- ples. He may feel it's poor strategy to antagonize anyone in Congress on minor issues when he may need all the help he can get on major ones. Charge Reds Violate Border 5 Times LONDON Yugoslavia charged today that Hungarian planes violated Yugoslav territory five times Wednesday The Belgrade radio identified one plane as a Soviet-built jet fighter and said it fired a red rocket while over Yugoslav ter- ritory. The radio, monitored here, said the Yugoslav Foreign Ministry will lodge a vigorous protest with the Hungarian government. DR. N. B PODORNEY Chiropractor and PHYSICAL THERAPY 110 Galena 2-9611 MARCH FEATURE A blend of the very Car-a-mel Ice Cream High quality creamery butter blended with smooth caramel candy, makes Butter Car-a-mel Ice Cream the ultimate in eating enjoyment. Today or tonight' take home plenty of Butter Car-a- mel Ice Cream and serve perfect dessert enjoyment. Gal. SPECIAL Pt. i for MARCH Take Some Home Tonight LAWTON'S DAIRY BAR Release Boats ,MER1DA. officials Thursday night released 13 of the 17 Florida and Texas fishing boats seized off Yucatan on charges of fishing illegally within Mexico's territorial waters. Washington, D. C-, is visited by more than persons every vcar. HERO__Lt. Dick Kempthorn, a Michigan backfield star in 1949, ripped off a canopy and a gun- sight mounting with his bare hands and freed a fellow pilot from a fighter plane in Japan recently. The incident took place when two planes collided at Itazuke air base in southern Japan several weeks ago. (AP wirephoto) King Henry VIII, who was proud of his own broad shoulders, set the fashion for broad shoulders on men's coats. Job of Moving German Bases Near Completion WIESBADEN, Germany two-year job of moving America's air might in Germany to better protected bases west of the Rhine River will be completed in the near future, the U. S. 12th Air Force announced today. Until two months ago, two U. S. jet fighter wings were stationed near Munich, in able to both air and ground at- tacks from Communist ruled Czechoslovakia. Now they will use part of the Air Force's new com- plex of jet bases nearing comple- tion in the French occupation zone west of the Rhine. The thinking behind the move was underlined unexpectedly on Tuesday when Czech fighter planes attacked two U. S. Thunderjets near the border of the U. S. zone of Germany, shooting down one of them, and when Soviet jets shot down a British Lincoln bomber on a training mission Thursday, kill- ing five of the seven crew mem- bers. PIZZA SERVED FRESHrDAILY FAZZI'S TAP East on State Route 2 Phone 4-8121 Movie Writer, Ex-Communist, Is Convicted WASHINGTON M Sidney Buchman, who made big money writing and producing movies in Hollywood until he admitted he had been a communist, has been convicted of contempt of Congress. A federal court jury reached its verdict late Thursday. Buchman, 51, is free on bond pending sen- tencing Monday. He faces -up to a year in jail and a fine of The contempt charge grew out of Buchman's refusal to respond, to a subpoena to appear before the House un-American Activities Com- mitee Jan. 28, 1952, during its reds-in-Hollywood inquiry. Another contempt of Congress trial got under way immediately. The defendant is Mrs. Mary Jane Kenney, a former government worker and a former employe of the United Nations. The charge against Mrs. Kenney is based on her refusal to tell the Senate internal security subcom- X. Newcomer Co, INSURANCE BONDS REAI ESTATE LOANS Phone Olxon. 01 Former Illinois Waterway Engineer Dies SPARTANSBURG, S. C. Walter Mickle Smith, 85, former chief engineer of Illinois state waterways, died hero today, after a brief illness. Smith was a consulting engineer on preliminaries to the construc- tion of the Panama Canal in Wash- ington, D. C.( from 1905 to 1907 He resigned to become division engineer and later designing engi- mittee in February, 1952, whether anyone In the State Department had any part in her getting a job with the U. N. She said U. N. rules did not permit her to discuss this. Mrs. Kenney also declined to answer when the Senate subcom- mittee asked whether she had ever been a Communist party member. She said an answer might tend to' incriminate her. This refusal was not included in the indictment. Buy With Confidence DEMAND The Dixon Friday, March. 13, 1953 Page'lS neer with the Board of Water Sup- ply of New York City. He became chief designing engi- neer for tho division-of waterways in the Illinois department of public works; of the state of Illinois. From 1937 to 1946, when he retired, was a consulting engineer of Illinois waterways division. Dies of Injuries n- WOODSTOCK, J. 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