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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 10, 1953, Mason City, Iowa                                Norfh Iowas Doily Newspaper HOME EDITION MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL L1X Associated Press and United Press Pull Lease Wires Seven Cents n Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY FEBRUARY 10 1953 Pane Consists 01 Two SectionsSection Ono 105 Two Amendments Adopted as Oleo Battle Begins Agreeon Policies Bureau Officials Caution Ike on Prices WASHINGTON Loaders of the American Farm Bureau cautioned President Eisenhower Tuesday trvmgto solve the nations farm problems satisfaetorilv by price fixing They said they expressed this view to Eisen at a WhiteHouse meet Justice Dept Studies Nixon Libel Case Probe by FBI Is Requested WASHINGTON Justice Department confirmed late Monday it has under study the whole mat ter of documents which Sen Bar ret RWyo said were forged for use against Vice President Nixon in the presidential campaign Barrett head of the State Elec tions Subcommittee said that group had asked the FBI to investigate with a view to possible crimina prosecution The documents pur portcclly said Nixon received 000 from oil interests sometime prior to the campaign Barrett declining to name firms or individual said 1 think we will be able to pin it on one individual and in a rea sonably short time We think we know who is responsible It was a very clever deal and a very vicious person concocted it 1 think that possibly prosecu tion for perjury will result Barrett said the subcommittee has turned over to the FB evi dencewhich it uncovered in two months of secret inquiry All About The Weather Mason City Snow Tuesday night and Wednesday accumulating lo 3 inches Iowa Wednesday snow west rain or snow east Minnesota Wednesday cloudy and a liltle colder with occasional light snow GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Tuesday Maximum 32 Minimum 27 At 8 a m 30 Precipitation 01 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 37 30 SAME ingwhich Federation Prom dent Allan B Kline described as most satisfactory In Agreement Kline said the federation offi cials also told Ihc President they were inagreement on the policies he had outlined lo Congress in his Stale of Ihe Union message The meeting was an open move by Eisenhower to cement good jela lions with the powerful federation which had been snubbed by the Truman administration in biltei disputes over farm policies Kline and 24 other leaders in the Ccdera tion laid before the President the policies which had been endorsed by the federation Kline told reporters We had a good conversation and there was good agreement on the points made He didnt say specifically he agreed with all our points but we certainly had a very pleasant con versation Kline went on to say We gave the President a warning against Ihe price fixing approach lo the farm situation A Jot of people think that price fixing is he an swer lo the farmers problems But we dont think thats the proper approach because price fixing in itself doesnt get to the basic cause of the troubles Make Known Views Kline said the President asked the federation officials to visit crnmcnt officials make known their views on the farm situation and do what they can lo help them Kline handed reporters a pre pared statement saying in part The federation pointed out Uiat its policy resolutions arc in accord with numerous of the Presidents recommendations as contained in his Slate of the Union message lo Congress The statement also said that a conference among the leaders had revealed general agreement by the federation with Eisenhowers foreign trade policy pronounce mcnls The statement continued need it and had asked police to remove the no parking signs No Decision on Blockade Dulles Informs Senators Tells About Europe Trip WASHINGTON of Stale Dulles told senators Tuesday President Eisenhower h a s made no decision on a possible blockade of Red China or other action in the Far Easl Dulles who testified at a closed session of the Senate Foreign Hc Ihe federation recommended lations Committee was quoted by he establishment of a bipartisan two senators as having told the group I h a t any discussion of a blockade is premature congressional commission lo study report on legislative action necessary to facilitate the develop ment of satisfactory overall United Stales domestic and foreign eco nomic policies consistent with our national objectives In the mean vhile immediate action by the ex ecutive branch of government ivilhin present laws is most impor tant The thought here it was ex plained was that the administra ion should seek to simplify cus tomsregulations to encourage pri vate investmenls overseas and lo expand foreign trade CONVICT HANGS SELF ANAMOSA Ilanscn 22 Council Bluffs hanged himself n his Ihc Iowa Mens Rc or ma lory here Wide Open Sens Smith RNJ and Ful brighl DArk said they got the impression from Dulles that the whole Far Eastern situation is wide open or any action the President may want to take in the ftilurc A Dangerous Program CHICAGO A woman who claims her face vras disfigured by a fragment from a fractured fiddle during a Spike Jones TV pro gram has filed a damage suit Mrs Rita Morgan 25 filed the Circuit Court suit Monday against National Broadcasting Company the CoJgalePalmolivcPcct Cor poration sponsor of the show and Sludcbaker Corporation owner of the thcaler where the incident occurred Feb II Mrs Morgan wife of a school teacher said she already had made outofcourt settlement with Jones witicly known for his orches tras slambang musical depreciation concerts Court Rules Smorgasbord7 Bingo in Iowa Is Illegal DES MOINES smorgasbord binjro as played at a club operated by Mayor Wilson Mabreyof Cartel Lake is illegal the Iowa Supreme Court ruled Monday The game was one in which patrons were charged Dulles was called before the each for a smorgasbord dinner and then permitted to il Tnim Cm innmi w jyit group primarily for a report on his recent trip to Europe One purpose of that visit was to jog the Euro peans toward unity for defense Chairman Wiley RWis quoted Dulles as saying he found in all capitals a disposition to move ahead with ratificalion of Ihc Eu ropean Defense Community treal Freezing Rain Spreads Over Iowa The Council Bluffs Munici pal Court after hearing tcslimony to the effect that the patrons got worth of food at the meal ruled DES MOINES Rain which began over Western Iowa and over spread the slale coaled highways in AP VVIrephoto OLEO PETITIONSIowa Senate page Don Abrarn 18 of Des Homes holds a stack of petitions asking the pres ent restrictions onoleo be removed All the petitions con about 20000 signatures were on yellow papol to lake the Ihird of Ihe J ice Tuesday The Weather Bureau said driving was hazardous in the Northern third of the slate and would be come dangerous over the rest of Iowa by Tuesday night The Weather Bureau said the rain eventually would change to snow which then will spread over first step Serious Question Dulles was quoted also as saying that if Europe does nol move along the course to unity we will be faced with very serious question of what our own future course will be In effect that was what ho told L tl III H fl II V L1 Europcansm c a n i n g the the stale Accumulations of three United Stales would have to re examine its aid policies Smith and Fulbright quoted Dullinches elsewhere inches of new snow arc forecast for Northern Iowa and one to three Ics as saying he believes he sat isfied European statesmen about American East intentions in the The snow is expected to slop in Western Iowa late Tuesday night Farand in Central and Eastern Iowa sometime Wednesday that the bingo was legal The high court rejected this view It is enough lhat whoever pur chased the dinner ticknl purchased the chance for a prize so the elements of a lottery were prcs enl lie Supremo Court held lhat since there was iio evidence that anyone was permitted lo play bingo without the purchase of a dinner ticket the case cannot be brought within the socalled bank night rule The high court ruling was unani In his appeal Mabrey hod con tended thai because he charge at the club was solely for food the bingo game war legal under the Supreme Courts bank night rul g of several years ago Taxes May Stay Same GOP Has Doubts on Balancing the Budget WASHINGTON no n s i 1 I e Congressional sourcusreportcil Tuesday that the Eisenhower administra tion has grave doubts about the possibility of balancing the iederal budget for the coming 1954 fiscal year Informants said high administration officials now iear hat instead of rushing Attack Would Be Successful General Says SEOUL lames A Van lcct said Tuesday a United Na ions general offensive in Korea low would be a certain sue cess On Ihe eve of his farewell to the Eighth Army Ihc iOycardld retir ng commander again expressed Belief in carrying Ihc war to the leds said the U S lost opportu ulics for whipping Ihe Conimu lists and called for a millionman lepublic of Korea Army with 20 combat divisions Van Fleet made the statements n answering nine questions asked y The Associated Press To thequestion Do you think a general offensive in Korea can be successful at this lime Van replied with only one word Certainly In other answers hesaid Iho Al ieslosl two chances for victory n Korea disclosed his own mos heartshaking decisions as com mantling general and included glowing tribute lo the antiCorn munist patriotism and loyalty the ROK soldiers Authoritative sources say Oia for more than a year Van Flee has not been able to launch a singl battalion attack without consen from the Far Bast Command that Van PJccI him self was heartsick when UN am J S decisions twice held hin jack from closing with the Reds or decisive battles hi 1051 Treason Trial Goes to Jury NEW YORK UP The long rial of a former U S Army ser geant charged with siding with he Japanese when he was a pris ner of war on Corregidor was ox icclcd to go to the jury Tuesday The jury of seven men and five vomen was scheduled to begin lelibcrating the t r c a so n case gainstJohn David Provoo after Hoscculion and defense attorneys avc their final arguments Provoo was charged with giving aid and comfort to the Jap ncsc after he was taken prisoner n CoiTcgiflnr in May 1942 In the indictment was a charge hat Provoo who served as an in erprclcr for the Japanese caused he death of U S Army Capt iurtnn C Thomson of Swcn City a by reporting to Japanese icers that Thomson was anti apancsc hrough tax cut may c necessary lo ask Congress lo loslpono the tax relief already uhoilnlcd lo lake place during the lext 12 months Profits Tax Under laws passed after the titbreak of the Korean war the excess profits lax on business is hie lo expire ncxl June 30 and personal income taxes arc slated o drop 11 per cent ncxl Jan 1 two tax cuts would cost the rcasury more than luring the 1954 fiscal year winch JCgins ncxl July 1 The fiscal 95I budget which for nor President Truman sent lo Jongress before leaving office as umcd thai these tax cuts would ake place on schedule On that asis Mi Trumans budget forc ast a fedora deficit of almost 110000000000 for the year Since his administration took vcr three weeks ago President Eisenhower has ordered all fed eral agencies lo economize dras icully on hiring and construction ind to review the Truman budget proposals closely wilh an eye to varcl culling them wherever pos sible Economy Drive But informants said admlnis ration officials realize lhat thi economy drive wont be enough lo bulance the budget There will als have lo be sharp culs in defens spending andforeign aid or pos poncmcnt of tax relief or mayb both lo in personal income axes due to take jJace nexl Jan 1 would be a heavy low to House Republican leaders They are already moving full loam in the opposite direction Chairman Daniel A Reed R Debate in Senate on Hot Issue Must Be in Angular Form DES MOINES Iowa Sen ate came to grips with the contro versial colored oleo bill Tuesday and began action on a long series of amendments to the measure which would legalize the sale of yellow oleo in the state Before recessing at noon to re sume debate during the afternoon thc Senate had amendments after These were adopted two lively debate 1 An amendment by Sen Eart Fishbaugh Shenandoah to require that if sale of colored oleo be legal ized it must be sold in angular quarterpound packages 2 An amendment by Sen Carl T Anderson Wcllman requiring that public eating places which serve oleo must do so In triangular patties with a screen imprint to distinguish them from butter List of Sponsors Sen De Vcre Watson Council Bluffs whose name svas at the top f a list of nine sponsors of the ill led off the dcbalc wilh a state nent on behalf of those who favor oloredoleo Watson declared the only pur pose oC the legislalion is to permit leomargarinc to be colored before ale instead of after the housewife akcs it home We are not proposing any changes in the ingrcdients ol oleo as it is now sold Watsonsaid Any administration request poslponc the U per cent cut V of Ihe laxwriting House Vays and Means Committee has ntroduccd a bill lo advance the ale of Ihe personal income tax tit by six months to next July 1 teed is confident his committee vill approvethe bill at a meeting ailed for next Monday and that t will sail through the House not oo Jong thereafter U S Spies1 Plead Guilty in Romania LONDON 23 persons censed in Bucharest of being mcrican and British spies have leaded guilty Communist radio roadcasts said Tuesday in report ig Ihe lalest in a scries of purge how Lrials in Soviet satellite cotin The group was accused of being spies in the service of American nd British intelligence and opcr ting in Romania vital oil fields adio Bucharest said Senate in 1st Step Probe Schools for Commies WASHINGTON CUP Sen ate Internal Security subcommittee launched a nationwide investiga tion of Communist penetration of US schools Tuesday with hearings on alleged Red influences among New York teachers Chairman William ETenner RfncJ thus stole a march on the House unAmerican Activities Commitlcc which had hoped it might lake Ihc lead in the conlro vcrsial inquiry Jenner said several leachcrs from eastern schools and col leges were summoned lo appear it the opening session It was learned these are faculty mem bers of New York schools who les lified secretly before Ihc commit tee Monday The House committee announced more than two weeks ago that il would open its investigation into Communist infiltration of cduca lion in midFebruary Bui Jenner emphasized lhat his subcommittee was merely picking up where it left off in New York last fall when it was headed by Sen Pat McCarran He said its invcsligalion would not conflict with the work of Ihc House committee The Senate sub committee will put the accent on subversion while Chairman Harold If Velde K111 said the unAmerican Affairs Com mittee will concentrate on in dividuals suspected of subver sion High OOP leaders have sought to avoid clashing jurisdictions for fear the investigations would get oiil of hand and cmharass Ihc new Republican administration The M c C a rran subcommittee charged that many hundreds of teachers arc Reds and that the New York Teachers Union is an inslrumcnl of the Communisl Par ly ncr We are just seeking to permit somebody lo do ahead of time what is being done jiow by pur Raps Action DES MOINES UP Rep George Paul RBrookfyn has accused the executive committee of the Iowa Young Republicans of making a political issue of a bill to legalize Hie sale of yellow margarine Paul who Is president of State Brand Creameries of Ma son City made fhe accusation in a prepared statement The com mittee revised its stand favor ing colored oleo during weekend TOPPLED BY seven boxcars are parT of a string of Li of a Union Pacific train toppled by hiph wind at Kaysvillc Utah The winds were measured up to i8 miles an hour in gusts The boxcars were blown free ol the wheels which remained on the tracks chasers of oleo when they color the product at home While Ihc bill would allow pub lic eating places to serve oleo margarine they would be required to rcprcsenl it as oleo There were 16 printed amend ments on file with the Senate near ly all of them seeking to prevent food stores or restaurants from selling oleo in imitation of butter Not Offered Also in prospect were other amendments from outright oppon enls of Ihe bill which have not yet been offered The Senate chamber was crowd ed as Ihc bill was taken up under a special order of business Before the debate began Lt Gov Leo Ellhon presiding officer out lincd an agreement which he had discussed with both sides This was that the bill be taken up ono section at a lime and lhat amend menls be disposed of in order Some senalors indicated lhat Ihcy were reserving judgment on the measure until all amendments arc out of the way and they can sec what the bill looks like Just before the debate started Sen Thomas Daily Democrat of Burlington said This bill is so complicated as of now that I dont know what my position will be un til the Senate gets the final bill in shape There was no definite indication when the Senate would reach a final vote but it might be a matter of several days Greaf Importance Sen Watson described the col ored oleo measure as one of great importance lo the slale He said As far as I know Ihere is no bitterness among members of the body over this bill There have been a great many petitions pre sented to the Senate which reflects Ihe Ihinking of our people We are not engaged in a fight or a battle but we are trying p do something lhat is important lo all the people of our slate Proponcnls of colored oleo did not object slrenously to Fish baughs amendment although they did say it would cause some in crease in price to the consider   

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