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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 27, 1953, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper HOME EDITION CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES A LL NORTH 10 WANS NEIGHBORS VOL LIX Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JANUARY 27 1953 ThlsPapciConsists Two Ono No STILL GOING STRONG Gertrude W one of the supporting stars of the weekly film tele vision series My Little chats with starlet Karen bnarpe currently appearing in the same series Karen 20 was born the same year that Miss Hoffman began her act ing career at the age of 62 Piddling Proposed TH Changes Hit by Labor Leaders WASHINGTON leaders Tuesday described f the 16 changes in the controversial 1 altHartley Act proposed by its coauthor Sen Robert A J ciJt t Officials of iheAFL and CIO agreedthat the labor law amendments introduced by the Ohio Republican Monday are completely inadequate to make it acceptable to labor In Right Direction They said most of Tafts pro posed changes including one which would require employers as well as union leaders to sign the nonCommunist oaths are steps in the right direction but they do not go far enough As a CIO spokesman put it The Gas Blast Rocks Town in Carolina AIKEN SC shattering blast rocked downtown Aiken Tues day killing at least one person and possibly six or eight more Firemen and rescue workers said several persons were missing and believed trapped in the Jones Elec tric Co building where the explo sion occurred The blast was be lieved caused by a gas leak Highway Patrolman Ted Day said one woman was killed and six injured in McCrarys department store next door to the electric com pany Homer N Long an employe of the electric firm said six or eight persons including his broth er were trapped inthe burning building as firemen fought flames that spread through at least six stores Long said he and his brother Nelson were in the basement of the building getting supplies for a job when they smelled gas The basement was so full of gas I could hardly see Homer Long said He went out to close a ware house door that had been left open and the blast occurred before he got back The whole building blew up and caved in on Nelson ment he said in the base Long did not believe his brother or the others trapped in the build ing could get out alive Oliver Company Boosts Profits NEW YORK The Oliver Corp farm equipment manufac turers of Charles City la Tuesday reported net income of on net sales of during 1052 This equals a share on the 2093816 shares of stock outstand ing In 1951 the same company had net sales of and net income equal to a share on 1608082 shares then out standing The firms fiscal year ended last Oct 31 HALT BINGO GAMES DES MOINES or ganizations in Des Moines and Polk County have been ordered to halt bingo games changes are piddling and trivial He said the best one from la bors point of view is the proposed bill permitting replaced strikers to vole in elections to determine what union if any should represent the workers at their plant Board Increase To Tafts suggestion that the Na tional Labor Relations Board be increased from five to seven mem bers the spokesman said labor would favor even as many as nine members with the board operating in groups of three to speed process ing of cases Both the CIO and AFL were sharply disappointed that Taft did not touch that part of the law they dislike most national emergency clause which permits courts to block a strike by injunc tion for 80 days Group Approves N I Fair Bill DES MOINES judiciary committee of the Iowa House of Representatives Tuesday recom mended passage of a bill to give the Ccrro Gordo County board of super visors the power to accept title to a new site for the North Iowa Fair grounds The measure also would author ize the supervisors to move the fair to the new site and use the money obtained from the sale of the pres cnt site in the development of the new one The North Iowa Fair Association has purchased 120 acres of land opposite the DriveIn Theater west of Mason City on Highway 18 as the new site The bili to clarify fi nancing methods was submitted to the Legislature by Hep William H Tate Scientists May Have Found Drug to Halt Polio NEW YORK now This vaccine is one payoff of IS Thn pii i i r n i S a good reason to believe will protect humans against polio ending the dread scourge of a crippling and killing virus The proof of the pudding will come through tests on many chil dren probably to berun this year This is the main substance of a report Monday night by Dr Harry M Weaver research director of he National Foundation for Infan tile Paralysis This vaccine is one payoff of IS million dollars devoted to research by the March of Dimes funds since 3938 II looks like the best practi cal answer yet to the challenge of polio It has stimulated a few humans and many monkeys and chimpan zees to make their own antibodies of diseasefighters against all three types of polio virus The monkeys in fact went scotfree even when given lethal closes of polio virus after the vaccination sands of children Even if it works the vaccine will not be generally available this year It is certain that this vaccine is safe that it cant cause polio It is made out of viruses killed by chemical treatment witli formalin or formaldehyde It is also certain that the vaccine could protect against all three types of viruses that can cause hu ire in 11 IOOK inrce sonu years work costing to rn that there are only three such u a m etl the Bnunhilcle using and Leon which j dangerous This vaccine conns all three types Viruses in this vaccine although led by chemicals still keep the wer to make a human produce libodics against polio viruses 3r Weaver stressed that success producing this vaccine came in work of many scientists together pieces of a tremendous jigsaw puzzle Several other methods of making or using some employing live but weakened will still be studied he said The search will continue for drugs which may combat polio The foundation meanwhile will help to stockpile and use a temporary poliofighter This is gamma globulin protein in blood hat carries antibodies against tests last summer proved that shots of gamma globulin can give temporary protection six against polio paralysis Antibodies given through gamma globulin soon disappear Thxpse made from getting a vaccine would last much longer Time will tell whether this vaccine is reallythe final answer to polio If it works AS hoped polio will have lost its sling for Tax Slash Groups Vote to Extend Reorganization Powers WASHINGTON and House committees Tues day approved a bill extending for two years President Eisen howers power to reorganize the executive agencies But they made it easier for Congress to reject any of those plans Companion bills passed the Government Operations Com mittee of the House and Senate The House acted shortly after Joseph M Dodge the Presidents budget director said that one of the chief objectives of the Eisen liower administration is to sec that the federal government is as well organized and effectively managed as possible Calls for Extension Dodge called for an extension of the present law due to expire March 31 which empowers the to reorganize the cxecu ive agencies He must submit those plans to Congress Under the present law Congress nay reject a reorganization plan when a constitutional n the Senate or 218 in the vote to disapprove it Under the measures adopted in both committees the law would be changed to read that a plan may be rejected by a simple majority of those present and voting One House committee member old reporters the bill was adopted unanimously and that the amend ment passed 1514 with Republi1 cans voting for the amendment nnd Democrats against it Rep Church RI11 was said to have answered present to a roll call House Bill The House bill was sponsored by Rep Brown The Senate bill approved was Advanced by Sens R Vis and McClellan The committee action left stranded a bill by Sen Taft he Republican leader to continue the present law without change for one year j After the committee acted 3rown was asked by a reporter ifi he considered its decision a slap at President Eisenhower No certainly not replied iSrown He is completely satisfied Im sure Priests Are Sentenced by Red Poland LONDON Roman Cath olic priest and two students were sentenced to death Tuesday by a Communist Polish military couit as spies for the United States and the Vatican Warsaw Radio said Three other priests were sen tenced by the Cracow Peoples District Military Court to prison terms of from 11 years to life on the same charges Show Trial A woman defendant at the show trial was sentenced to eight years in the radio said The Polish Communist official news agencyin a broadcast mbni toredjhere said those sentenced to death were Father Jozef Lclito the chief defendant and students Michael Kowalik and Edward Cach lica The Polish agency said Father Franciszck Szymonek was sen tenced to life Father Wit Brzycki to 15 years ui prison and Father Jan Pochopici to n years The woman codefendant was Stcfania Respond The seven defendants all pleaded guilty Warsaw Radio said They asked that their sentences be re viewed and the court said it would consider their request Charged as Leader Father Lcllto was charged with being the leader of the gang and of belonging to the national military organization the radio said He and Father Sxymonck were charged with having sent more than 10 reports abroad containing stale secrets ADMITS HE TOOKHALF S 41 and his wife Jeaye a courtroom in Pittsburgh after he pleaded guilty to from the Parnassus National Bank of which he was president Schlekal ad mitted he bought control of the bank with embezzled money Communists Claim Capture of Famed American Ace TOKYO UP Radio said Tuesday that Chinese troops captured Lt Col Edwin L Heller when he bailed out of his crippled Sabrcjet Ian over Chinese erritory Heller 33 year old veteran ace bagged planes in World War If and had kills to his SAME has er the r REASON TO SMILEDoris June Murphy St Louis seated area reason Uvsmile as she meets eight of her brothers and sisters and her moth in Davenport following a 20year separation The family was broken up duri depression l VUJ credit in Korea when he was shot dovvfi Fifth Air Force said he was shot down over MJG Alley below the Red border None of the jet pilots accompanying the downed flyer on his last mission reported seeing the shellshattered Sabrcjet after il was hit and dropped from sight Far East Air Force headquarter said Heller was last seen byhis flying mates near the town o Uiju approximately three mile south of the Yalu River which marks the Mniichuriaii border 01 Hod China But the Red radio said he hac intruded into Manchuria from the direction of Uiju Heller of Wynnewood Pa wa listed as missing in action by the Fifth Air Force following an air battle with MIGS Fri day over MfG Alley in North Ko rca Pilots flying with Heller said they saw his Sabre Ifeller Bust crippled by cannon fire from a Red jet drop from sight during the height of the battle Hellers gum were blazing and his last words damn it rang out over the radio Allied Warplanes Again Hit Reds 2 MIGS Damaged SEOUL W Allied warplanes Tuesday hammered Communist supply routes and frontline posi tions on the frozen Western Korea Front Out numbered U S Sabre jets damaged two Communist MIG15 lighters over MIG Alley in far Northwest Korea Only light ground action was re ported as Gen J Lawton Collins U S Army chief of staff began his seventh tour of the batllefront since the Korea War began years ago Reed Sees 11 Cut in Income Tax Says House to Pass Measure WASHING TON W Chairman Reed said Tuesday the louse Ways and Means Commit ee definitely will approve on Tcb 36 a bill cutting income tax by 11 per cent starting June 10 And Reed told reporters after L closed meeting of his taxwriting roup The House will pass the bill right the end of February Over Dead Body Asked about reports that House caders want to postpone action on his tax bill until May or June Reed replied Over my dead body He added that prospects lor early passage are Reed plans no hearings oqfc bill which would give the public Nominate Kyes WASHINGTON Eisenhower Tuesday nominated Roger M Kyes of Michigan to be deputy secretary of defense would be top aide to Charles E Wilson confirmed Monday as secretary of defense by a 77 to 6 vote Kyes Wilson a former Gen eral Motors Corp official has greed to sell about 3000 shares of the auto firms stock holds and to dispose of some sharehold ings in other concerns Wilsontapped Kyes and three other businessmen to be his chief subordinates but Eisenhower sent the Senateonly the nomination of Kyes ts first reduction in taxes ince our increases over the past three years He indicated he also planned to ollow strategy which would bar any from the House floor Reed said he has not consulted with the Eisenhower adminislra ion or House leaders on his drive or early passage Not Necessary if isnt necessary he said Indications were however that Treasury representatives would be nvifed to discuss the tax cutting Jill before the committee on Feb 16 if not before Other Republican leaders in Congress and in the Eisenhower administration have advised against tax cuts before they see vhat can be done to reduce federal pending and balance the budget the Treasury Hum phrey has said he fears prospects are dim for immediate tax cuts Rep flalleck House floor eadcr has called for emphasis irst on balancing the budget BULLETINS WASHINGTON Senate confirmed Harold E Stassen as Mutual Security Tues day WASHINGTON W The new Republicancontrolled House Ju diciary Committee Tuesday ditched the business monopoly and antitrust investigations car ried on for four years by the Democrats WILLIAM REMINGTON Jury Convicts Remington on Perjury Count Brands Him Tool of Red Workers NEW YORK Federal Court jury convicted former gov ernment economist William W Remington early Tuesday of lying whenhe denied passing secret in formation to a Communist spy courier The jury 11 men and one voman which deliberated 10 arid a half hours found the 33yearold former Commerce Department em ploye guilty on two counts of a ivecount perjury indictment Tfc vas he second time he had been convicted of perjury The sixfoot twoinch Dartmouth graduate stood quietly in a nearly deserted courtroom at a m to hear jury foreman George Kemplcr read the verdict which in effect branded him a willing tool of Communist espionage agents operating in Washington during WorldWar II Federal Judge Vincent L Leibell set no date for sentencing On the two charges on which he was found guilty Remington could re ceive a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison and a fine FDR JR TO SPEAK DES MOINES tflRep Franklin X Roosevelt Jr DNY will ati ress the annual Jackson Day Din er of Iowa Democrats here April About The Weather Mason City Colder Tuesday night low 5 to 10 above Partly cloudy Tuesday night and Wednesday Minnesota Partly cloudy and cold er Tuesday night Wednesday fair and cold GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 a m Tuesday Maximum 3 Minimum 17 At 8a m 23 YEAR AGO Maximum 21 Minimum i
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