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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 25, 1949, Mason City, Iowa                                DAILY PAPER NORTH IOWAS EDITED FOR THE HOME MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NIWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION umir VOL LV Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Five Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY AUGUST 25 1949 This Paper Consists of Two No 274 AP Wirephoto 650pound heifer gazes SNOOPY SNOOPS RIGHT INTO SILO PIT plaintively from the deep silo pit into which she dove through a 20inch opening Wed nesday Now she must wait until enough silage has been put into the empty sil to raise her to ground level before she can have any hope of getting out of her predicament 4 Curious Cow Languishes on Silo Floor Osceola Wis a 14 year old heifer who lived up to her name was 12 feet under ground Thursday after diving through the narrow door of Farm er Everette Lampmans silo The young Holstein was not in jured when she squeezed through the door 20 inches wide am 26 inches high and fell to the base of the silo Lampman believed he had solved the problem of getting her outhowever Within the next couple of days he will start piling silage over Snoopy He thinks she will rise along with the sil age level until she can be pushed through the door Snoopy was not very content with her new quarters Lamp mans wife Leota said Shes mooing and I think shes lonesome for the rest of the cows Mrs Lampman said 530 Cases of Polio Reported So Far in Iowa By the Associated Press The state health department re ports the years total of polio cases in Iowa now stands at 530 com pared to 328 last year But the epidemic seems to be dying out in Dubuque one of the heaviest hit areas A representative of the depart ment of preventible diseases in the health department said Wed nesday the current total will be larger at the close of the weeks case roundup Saturday Fortythree new polio cases havebeen reported in Iowa this week the department said At Dubuque the city council Wednesday lifted a ban on public meetings and postponed openin of the schools for a Sept permit school ad ministrators and teachers to hold conferences and teacher work shops which had prohibited while the ban oh public meetings was in effect The ban was lifted on recom mendation of Dr Elbert K En tringer city health commissioner andythe public health committee Dubuque county medica society Dr Entringer said only cases of polio had been reported in the city in the past 14 days In Des Moines a carnival was held for the benefit of con valescent polio patients at Iowa Lutheran hospital President Puts Out Welcome Viat for Dixie Party Bolters Washington Truman put out the wel ome mat for southern party bolters Thursday but demand d that those who cross it get in step with the 1948 demo cratic platform He delivered the on his own at a rousing dinner of the democratic national committee a ew hours after it had read 5 southern states rights mem bers from the high command And leaving the door open nonTruman democrats in congress o fall in line with the Truman jrogram the committee exempted hem from the party purge The fires of revolt however al eady were burning anew States ighters announced they are open ng Washington headquarters to pread the flames The whole thing sparked by southern dislike or Mr Trumans civil rights pro gram Former Judge Lermder Perez of New Orleans in charge of states righters bureau denounced Mr Trumans peace terms Thurs day as contrary to the Jeffer After the show the promoters Beal and Allan Hanson both 10 years to the hospitals Kenney cottage the polio ward to present the pro ceeds to the patients The pro ceeds totaled as sonian principles of real demo crats He told a reporter the southern ers are willing to meet Mr Tru man halfway but more than that we will not do National Party It was Truman the campaigner free style in the man ner of his give em hell stump itig of last proclaimed lis party of today a national par ty and not a sectional party any more The tail no longer wags the dog he said He went on to say that he won in 1948 without New York with out the industrial east and with out the solid south and that he was pruiJder of that than any thing that has ever happened to me Then came the invitation And that doesnt mean that we are not inviting the industrial east and the solid south and all the rest of the country to join the party of the people and help the country go forward That is exactly what we want and that is exactly what we are going to accomplish in the next 2 years Praises Committee At the same time he praised the national committee which elevated William M Bill Boyle Jr for mer Kansas City police official to the chairmanship and purged the 5 southern states righters from its rolls for deserting the Truman ticket last year I am overwhelmed at the way he situation has worked out Mr Truman said I dont think the democratic party in the history of the nation has ever been in better condition to carry the battle to the foe Substitute Housing Bill Is Passed Washington house re versed itself Thursday to strike down a civil rights amendment previously written into a housing bill Then the chamber shouted approval of the measure providing about in mortgage insurance to help people with modest incomes build homes The house approved with only a scattering of no votesa substi tute bill that eliminated any ref erence to the race issue Chairman Spence DKy of the banking committee offeredthe substitute when the house became snarled over the civil rights ques tion and provisions for 000 in direct housing loans to vet erans The substitute also eliminating the direct loans got a tentative vote of 142 to 39 before the house later shouted its final approval by voice vote The house Wednesday by a 77 to 57 tally wrote a civil rights amendment into the bill making it unlawful to segregate white and Bar No Holds on State Day at the Fair Governors Days Curb on Political Talks Not to Be Duplicated By ROBERT HOGAN Iowa Daily Press Writer Des Moines Iowa political pot may boil over again at State day at the Iowa State fair Thats the day set aside each year by the fair board to honor the states elected officials State 31st this now takes on added significance as a result of the recent Gover nors days activities at Clear Lake which caused no little stir in re publican circles It was during Governors days most everyoi3 will recall that the republican state central conimit went on record requesting the resignation of Harrison Spangler of Cedar Rapids as national com mitteeman from Iowa Echoes of that action are still reverberating throughout the state Gillilland Notified One direct result of that offi cial resolution has been the no tice sent to Whitney Gillilland chairman of the state GOP cen tral committee that any future business sessions will be barred during the Governors days week end At least one man in Iowa has i capitalized on this action by the Governors days board He is Lloyd Cunningham secretary of the Iowa State fair board Lloyd who directs the State day activi ties at the fair has advised the politicians that there will be no holds barred at his party We are really expecting things to happen this year Cunningham declared The politicians know that they can issue as many state ments as they desire during State day and we will not object a bit Nobody knows exactly how OP when State Day got started But N W McBeath treasurer of the said fair since 1902 recalls that there has been a State Day ever since he started working for the fair 47 years ago 275 Guests Expected This year Cunningham is ex pecting about 275 guests for tho and attendant Drop Fraud Charge in Inquiry on festivities Invitations have been sent to the governor members of congress members of the Iowa general Assembly elective state of ficers and the states 4 living ex governors Dan Turner Robert Blue George Wilson and Bourke B Hickenlooper Because congress is still in ses sion Cunningham does not expect any of the Iowa members to return for State day Jake More the optimistic chair man of the democrat state central committee advises that all of tho democratic members of the gen eral assembly have been urged to attend State clay Well want to know the ropes for next year when well be in the majority Jake says Sees Defeatist Attitude He made the same statement prior to Governors days at Clear L now points out that the of the Governors dcys com persns in housing aided mittee in banning future GOP by the rv The amendment j oenral committee meetings dur Cite Truman Interest in Trip Prospect President Will Not Discuss Probe Until Vaughan Testifies BULLETIN Washington fP President Truman said Thursday he wont discuss the senates 5 per center inquiry unti after his army aide M a j Gen Harry H has testified Washington inves tigators Thursday turned up a memo from Maj Gen Harry H Vaughan to state department au thorities saying President Truman was personally interested in a prospective European trip for John Maragon in August 1945 Agents of a senate investigating subcommittee introduced into its records a memorandum by Vaugh an dated Aug 3 1945 which said Delay Testimony Washington Gen Harry H Vaughan advised sen ate investigators Thursday that he will not be ready to testify Friday in their hearings on 5 per centers Chairman Hoey DN Car id the presidents army aide said he needed more time to find some records he wants to uso Hoey said Vaughan will have to go with President Truman on a trip to Philadelphia on Mon day So Vaughans appearance before the committee has been for Tuesday was offered by Rep Marcantonio Amn LaborN Police Get Wise Chicago experiences prompted police to schedule a strip routine of pickpocket sus pects in the future They were about to free one suspect when they found a victims wallet un der his garter Another they found had secret pockets in his containing flif IB 24 hours Weather Report FORECAST Mason City Clear Thursday night with low near 65 Sunny and warm again Friday with high near 90 Iowa Generally fair Thursday night and Friday No decided change in temperature Low Thursday night middle 60s Minnesota Partly cloudy Scat tered showers in northwest por tion late Thursday night or Fri day and over most of the re mainder of the state except in extreme southeast Friday Somewhat warmer northwest portion Thursday night IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather statistics of the 24 hours ending at 8 a m Thursday Maximum 90 Minimum 59 At 8 a m Thursday 72 YEAR AGO Maximum 100 Minimum 70 Fatally Injured in Auto Crash Fort Dodge Han sen 25 of Fort Dodge was killed Wednesday night when the car in which he a passenger went into a ditch on No 20 four miles east of here Two others were injured one seriously Sheriff Joe L McMahon gave this report of the accident Dean Smith 23 driver of the car picked sup Hansen Sgt Ar nold Buehler 22 and Master Ser geant Kenneth Johnson 21 after the weekly drill session of their national guard company Wednes day night Hansen was a first lieutenant in the guard Smith was not a guard member The 4 men apparently went for a ride and the car crashed into a 16foot ditch igihat weekend is based jn tha premise that the reoublicans was interested in for the Albert H that Maragon visiting Italy Verley Perfume Co of Chicago The memorandum contained thi pencilled notG in the lower lef hand corner Col Vaughan informed Mrs Shipley Mrs Rutn E Shipley chief of staff department passpor bureau that the president is per sonally interested in MaragonV trip to S agrees tha he is 1 D It was signed JFS The military permit procedure effect at the time listed as ID persons whose travel is author ized by the president The senators digging into the question of whether there has been improper influence in the conduct of government business have wanted to know hov Maragon and AP Wirephoto dark new asso ciate justice of the supreme court and J Howard Mc Grath who succeeded the Texan as attorney general con gratulate each other Wednesday after each was sworn into office Cnpps Tells Britain to Get Ready for Slash in Budget London AP Sir Stafford Cripps told department heads of Britains labor government Thursday to get ready for at least a 5 per cent slash in next years national budget Such a cut would bring savings of 600000 The chancellor of the exchequer passed the word around barely 2 weeks before the scheduled start of Britains dollar crisis huddle with U S officials in Washington Sept 7 B36 House Unit Exonerates Air Force Action Taken After Worth Repudiates Anonymous Memo Washington housa armed service committee Thurs day completely exonerated air lorce ar defense department of ficials oi collusion fraud or dis honesty in the B36 bombef pro gram The finding was reached after the committee heard 1 A flat denial from Floyd Od ium head of the firm that makes I the B36 that there is one riv et of politics in the giant bomb er and 2 A repudiation by its author of an anonymous memorandum which touched off the inquiry Vote to Clear Officials The committee including Rep Van Zandt voted unani mously to clear Air Secretary Sy mington Defense Secretary John son and all others connected with rumors of political influence in the military air policy It was a speech in the house last May by Van Zandt relaying some of the material in the unsigned memorandum that led to the in vestigation Thursday Cedric Worth sus pended special assistant to Dan KimbalL undersecretary of the navy backed away from all the suggestions political influence and corruption that he had written into the paper Worth also withdrew his desig nation of Odium as an unscrupu lous man Great Disservice Under a lashing cross examina Fire Threat to Town for 2nd Time other agents of the pany managed to military transport ope in 1945 Committee wont be at thi helm next year the record dor lt anyway Coincident with State day is fact that at least three of tho states official committees havo planned meetings for that period The 10 members of the interim committee on retrenchment and reform will meet in Des Moines on State day the commission on government reorganization with 9 members will convene the pre ceding day and the 6 building committee members will meet with the governor on Sept 1 VA DOCTOR DIES Des Moines Rudolph Frey Fatten 47 a physician with the Veterans Administration died at his home of a heart attack Wed nesday A graduate of the Uni versity of Iowa Dr Patton had practiced in California 20 years before joining the VA office here 6 months ago ume com on Eur if into to the effect that Vaughan the presidents army aide gave a letter of introduction to David Bennett president of the Albert Verley Perfume Co and an associate to make a trip to Europe in May 1945 The trip was made in an army air transport plane 2 Three other representatives of the company including John F Maragon Washington manabout town who formerly had entree to the white house made a trip to Europe in July 1945 This trip also was made in an ATC plane Rapid City c Dak wiri ng winds blew the big Black Hills forest fire back into emergency status Thursday After a quiet night when the blaze appeared to bs burning it self out west of Tilford must of he 1000 men on guard Wednes day had been returned to their Early Thursdav morning only 400 remained in the danger zone us the blaze appeared to be well under control About a m however a 15 o 20mile an hour wind sprang up and rejuvenated the blaze on the northwest corner of the fire area The hottest spot now lies along the crest of Big Elk canyon f or 6 miles west of Tilford a vil lage 15 miles north Of Rapid City The fire fanned by the brisk breeze came up out of the canyon to roar into the top of unburned timber Calls for volunteers were sent to BAD STOMACH RED FACE Denver Colo UR Wendell Vincent head of the federal food and drug administration office here which constantly checks against contaminated foods was recovering Thursday from food poisoning received on a weekend picnic A government informant stressed that it was not brought on by American pressure But other in formed sources said Washington has been informed in advance of the decision to reduce spending at least on overall 5 per cent compared with the budget for the 194950 fiscal year which began April 1 The current budget to tals The government has been under severe fire from some American political leaders and newspapers who have accused it of inefficient administration and all the Black Hills danger of a fresh creased towns as the outbreak in WANTS JAR BACK Thief River Falls Minn Mrs M H Collins said Thursday she would bake all the cookies the thief who stole her cookie jar could eat if only he would re turn the jar tion by Joseph B Keenan counsel for the committee Worth conceded he had done what Keenan called a great disservice to the American people Worth also said I will state to anybody I be lieve I have done the navy no good Before he finished he was say ing that he regrets just about everything he put into the memo Worths repudiation of the docu ment produced a sensational cli max to the hearing The commit tee ordered a recess until Oct 5 spending too much on social serv inform ices Another ant said Wednesday Britain might have to revise drastically its cost ly national health sevvice if the Washington dollar talks fail Rayburn Defies Senate on Issue of Vacation Washington Sam announced Thursday house is going on a No actual dollarare spent Britains social services but their cost helps keep taxes high High taxes increase production costs Production costs affect the price of export goods which Britain must sell in America to dol lars for raw msterrus sud food imports Cripps move to govern ment costs and hence taxes ob viously would be a point in Brit ains favor at the dollar talks The informant who tod of the econ omy action said the word from Cripps was urgent and empha tic Rayburn that the months vacation starting Friday the senate likes it or not Without cracking a smile Hsy burn told reporters he dickft like The design of the white house is said to have been modelled on that of Duke palace in Dublin 4 Different Farm Programs Are Being Talked About in Congress By JAMES MARLOW Washington JP Four farm plans are being talked about in congress now The Gore Aiken Anderson and Brannan plans Theyie named after Rep Gore Senator Aiken R Vt Senator Anderson DNMex and Secretary of Agriculture Brannan These 4 are an outgrowth of the first farm plan which con gress passed in 1933 All the plans from that time to this although differing in de tails have had one purpose To help farmers have a good in come by keeping farm prices up even if it means government help to the farmers When it passed the first plan in 1933 called the agricultural adjustment act the Triple A said in effect to the farmers We want to see you get lor your crops enough money to en able you to buy the kind of things you were able to buy in some pre vious peViGu farmers W5T6 prosperous As a yardstick well take the period of 190914 In other words we want your purchasing power now this was 1933 to be on a par with your purchasing power in 1909 14 We will call it parity with that period We cant guarantee you full parity Well say that if you can get a certain price for your crops that will give you parity If prices fall to somewhere be tween 52 and 75 per cent of par ity the government will step In and buy your crops or make you loans on them so you can hold them till the price goes up Which means the government puts a floor under your crop prices and wont let them fall below 52 to 75 per cent of parity Congress decided it would give this kind of guarantee on 6 basic crops Corn cotton wheat to bacco rice peantits Remember them tory Theyre importaot in this The 1933 act helped the farm ers The law was revised in 1938 and again in 1941 That revision in 1941 calledthe Steagall amendment after Rep Steagall animportant one Instead of guarantee of giving farmers a only 52 to 75 per cent of parity as had been the case since 1933 it raised the guar antee to 90 per cent on the 6 basic crops and added others The Steagall amendment stayed on the books until 1948 In that year congress did 2 things 1 Revised the Steagallamended law a little and said this should remain law until Dec 31 1949 2 Thereafter congress said there would be a new called the Aiken law This is where the 4 Aiken law and the Gore Ander son and Brannan in This is what they would do a sliding guarantee of 60 to 90 per cent of parity in stead of tht flat 90 per cent as at present under the law expiring Dec the 6 basic crops On other crops thered be a guaran tee from zeroto 90 per cent Gore Keep the 90 per cent guarantee on the 6 basic crops and guarantee 60 to 90 per cent of par ity on other crops which the gov ernment chooses to help a 75 to 90 per cent guarantee of parity on the 6 basic crops instead of the 90 per cent under present law and the Gore plan and on other crops make it 60 to 90 per cent s guarantee on nonperishable crops Jike wheat but let perish ables lke milk and meat find their own price levels in the pub lic market Let the government decide what is a fair price for the perishables If the public market fell below that levcs the government would pay the farmer the difference be tween the low price he got and the price considered fair by the government Unless both houses of congress can agree on some plan to take the place of the Aiken plan which congress approved in 1948 the Aiken plan becomes law Jan 1 to any 1U of be the irjrOhi tsiives and senators but are going away nyway The senate which is far behind in its work Wednesday t rejected 58 to 25 a resolution to let the house leave town until Se l It takes tonsiv4 of West Union Lawyer Dies of Pneumonia West F Estey 42 prominent West Union attor ney died suddenly Thursday morning following a virus pneu ments are pending Atty Estey was associated with his father E H Estey and broth er E S Estey in the Estey Estey law firm E S Estey just resigned as Fayette county attor ney His and daughter sur vive for one to reotos lor mere than 3 days But the house leadership has thought up a way to get around senate objections Rayburn said ii the senate doesnt change its mind leaders will bring ir a simplo house resolution auihorzlng 3day recesses for 4 weeks The senate beaten resolution would havo maJe he 3day recess arrangemci c unnecessary KfLL STEER ON TRACKS Mtkinec steer which escaped from a pen at the Bookey Packing CoWednesday was shot and killed on the Rock Island rail road tracks after a chase in which police and packing houpe workers took part   

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