Mason City Globe Gazette, February 24, 1953

Mason City Globe Gazette

February 24, 1953

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 24, 1953, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Doily Newspaper HOME EDITION DN CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NCWSPAPIR THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LIX Associated Press and Dotted Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY FEBRUARY 24 1953 This Paper Consists ol Two One 117 House OKs Rectangle Oleo Package for Home Use Fresh United Team in UN Braced tor Diplomatic Fight UNITED NATIONS NY fresh pS team braced itself for a crucial diplomatic offensive against Iron Curtain veterans in the second round of the United Nations General Assemblys seventh session opening Tuesday Peace or continued war in Korea was still the major issue The opening meeting was expected to include only the for malities of getting started Facing President Eisenhowers new UN team was Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Y Vishinsky who arrived here Monday aboard the liner Queen Mary As usual he gave no hint of hia plans Battery of Four Vishinsky brought with him a battery of four other Iron Curtain foreign David of Czechoslovakia Stariislaw Skrezes ezewski of Poland Kusma Kisselev of White Russia and A M Bar anovsky of the Ukraine The U S delegation is headed by Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge Jr The only UN veteran on Lodges team is Ambassador Er nest A Gross The Americans are expected to stand pat for the time being on the plan already approved by 54 member nations of the Assembly for ending the deadlock over a Korean armistice That plan in troduced by Indiana last fall got a resounding Nyet from the Soviet bloc and was summar ily rejected by the Chinese Reds and the North Koreans CeaseFire A Sovietsponsored package on the agenda calls for an immediate ceasefire in Korea international talks on reuniting the country and exchanging prisoners of war a Big Five peace pactand a reduc tion of arms The Assembly re jected that proposal in 1951 Korea wilt corne up too when the Assembly considers the USl demand for the airing nist charges that the Americans Geh Clark Blasts Reds on Charge Bitterly Denies Germ Warfare TOKYO HVGen Mark Clark Tuesday blasted Communist propa gandists for their fantastic and utterly false charges about UN germ warfare and angrily accused the Reds of extorting confessions from captured Americans The UN Far East commander said in a statement the Reds appar ently have revived germ warfare charges to hide their failure to cope with expected new epidemics in warravaged North Korea Denunciation The blistering denunciation was inspired by renewed germ charges by Red Chinas official Peiping radio Sunday the radio sparked its news propaganda drive with an al leged 6000 word confession bya captured Marine pilot The flyer Col Frank H Schwable of Arling ton Va was quoted as saying the US joint chiefs of staff had or dered a belt strewn Allied officials usually ignore But declared Voice Official Suspended AP Wircplioto MRS HOBBY Qveta Gulp Hobby Federal Security Administrator adjusts her glasses as she testifies before a Senate appropriations subcommit a request for a supplemental appropriation for her agency Two Refuse to Answer have launched the Far East germ warfare in Another hot issue is the question of a new UN secretary general to replace Trygve Lie who turned in his resignation Nov 10 but said he would stay on until a successor was chosen Canadas Foreign Minister Les ter B Pearson appears themost likely candidate Taft View on Commie Teachers Is Criticized WASHINGTON BULLETIN WASHINGTON Iff Secretary of Stale Dulles was quoted as telling senators Tuesday that he sees nothing in the international picture to raise hope there can be drastic cutbacks in defense and foreign aid spending Snow and Rain Move Into Iowa UES MOINES Cloudy weath er with snow and rain moved into Iowa Tuesday and was expected to spread over the entire state by nightfall The Weather Bureau said some snow would move into Western Iowa during the day A brief period of freezing rain was expected to begin in the central counties as the day progressed with occasional rain beginning in Eastern Iowa late in the day The weather was balmy in Iowa Monday night with Spencer re porting the state low of 17 de grees Council Bluffs had the state high of 55 Monday such broadcasts Clark Lest silence regardingit be mis interpreted in any way I feel under compulsion to denounce the word warring Peiping radios latest at tempt to revive the totally baseless and totally discredited allegations that the UnitedNations Command has engaged in socalled germ war fare Instead of the meaningless ar of pseudoscientists it now in troduces incredible statements linked with the names of captured American personnel By pseudoscientists Clark ap parently was referring to agroup of laymen from Soviet satellite states who visited North Korea last year The propaganda broadcasts reportedthe groups findings con firmed the Communist charges Their methods of research and their findings were ridiculed by nonCommunist scientists US Confessions Regarding the alleged American confessions Clark declared whether the statements ever passed the lips of these unfortunate men is doubtful If they did however too famil iar are the mindannihilating meth ods of the Communists in extorting College faculty refused to tell Senate mvesligatGrs whether they are Communists The faculty members are Elton T Gustafson tennis coach and physical education teacher and Murray Young an English teacher A third witness William H With ers took an implied icrack at Sen Robert A Taft by telling thei Sen ate Internal Security subcommittee Communist teachers do mb s t of their damage outside classrooms by becoming popular with a per sonal coterie of students and then bending them toward the party Withers professor of contempo rary civilization and economics at New York Citys Queens College Johnson Is New Head of Information From the Wire Services WASHINGTON The State De partment Tuesday suspended Al fred H Morton chief of the de partments Voice of America opera tions in New York forhis dis agreement with a directive ban ning use of materials by Commu nists and fellow travelers The suspension was disclosed about an hour after the White House announced Dr Robert L Johnson president of Temple Uni versity has been named to heat the tjon Service which includes the con troversial Voice of America Ordered by Smith Mortons suspension was ordcrec by Undersecretary of Stale Wallet Bedell Smith after the Voice chief sent a confidential memorandum to the International Information Administration here dis agreement with the directive Morton will come to Washingloi to discuss his case with Under secretary of State for Adinmislra tioh Doriold B Lourie and Assistan Secretary of State Carl W Me Cardie McCafdle who announced th suspension recalled that the de partment lastweek issued a direc dve which said no materials by an Communists fellow travelers etc would be used underany circum stances by any section of the In ternational Information Adminis tration Succeeds Compton Meantime Johnson succeeds Dr McKay Asks Coastal Oil for States WASHINGTON Lfl Secretary of the Interior McKay recommend ed Tuesday that Congress enact legislation promptly giving the states clear title to the submerged coastal lands Some of the lands arc rich in oil and their ownership long has been in controversy Setting forth the Eisenhower ad ministrations views McKay told the Senate Interior Committee he was not indorsing nny specific bill Prompt Legislation But he said there should be prompt enactment of legislation dealing not only with the landsbe neath the marginal seas but also m the continental shelf out beyond the slates seaward boundaries McKay did not state any specific mileage but it isgenerally argued that these offshore state bounda ries are three miles out to sea in all states except Texas and the Gulf Coast of Florida Those states claim miles because of condi tions under which they joined the Union Historic Boundaries Triumph for Oleo Backers Pass Amendment by 5748 yote DES MOINES The low House Tuesday adopted by a vote of 5748 an amendment to the bitterly contested oleo bill provid ing that sales o thebutter sub stitute for home consumption may be sold in rectangles J u This was generally the same proposition as the House defeated last Thursday when it debate on the Senateapproved bill to legalize the sale of colored oleo margarine added anyone who thinks a Com inunisf profosljDrcan be impartial in the classroom is naive Naive1 was the word Chairman William E Jenner RI n d used Monday todescribe Taft who has said he would not favor firing a Coinmunistprofessor unless he was shown to be teaching Commu Both Gustafson and Young said their answers might ten d to in criminate them Young said feel I have been summoned before an inquisition He added that to ask whether he is a Communist is to go into the sacred realm of my private opin ion Wilson S Compton whose resigna tion was week in the midst of an investigation of the Voice program by Sen Joseph R McCarthys Senate Permanent In vestigating subcommittee White House Press Secretary James C Hagerty said Johnsons appointmentin no way would cut across current congressional in vestigation of the Voice of America Hagerty Johnson took the post at therequestof the President and Secretary of Stale John Foster Dulles McCarthys subcommittee has been looking into charges oE waste and mismanagement in the State Departments sprawling interna tional information setup AP Wlrepholo CLIMBER and fireman haul William Walccnight 31 no permanent address back into the second floor of the Salva tion Army building in Omaha tafly after he wasfound dangling by his fingertips from the window He was booked oh a charge of intoxication McKays recommendations came o this That the states should lave the oil wealth from under he seas out to their historic xnindaries and that the federal government should have any re covered from beyond those bound The amendmentadopted wassby Rep Jack Davenport Under it the colored oleo would have to be sold in triangles where it is served in eating places hos pitals institutions and other pub lic places The amendment defeated last week by a voteof59 47 would have removed from the Senate bUi a provision that all colored oleo sold in Iowa must be put in tri angular quarterpound segments After adoption of the amendment the house recessed until 2pm whendebate on the bill was to be esumed future the submerged anes The ands was an issue in last years presidential Eisenhhw er as the Republican candidate favored federal concession of stat rights His stand was credited wit influencing Texas him il The Case of the Faithful Gander rAll About The Weather Mason City Mostly cloudy through Wednesday Fog de veloping Tuesday night Iowa Mostly cloudy Tuesday night and Wednesday snow north and rain south Wednesday Minnesota Partly cloudy to cloudy through Wednesday GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum 42 Minimum 24 At 8 am 25 whatever words want for there to be any mystery as to how they were fabricated The men themselves arc not to blame and they have my deepest sympathy for having been used in this abominable way The general undoubtedly meant the mental torture called brain washing used in Communist coun tries The victim is subjected to unmerciful questioning denied sleep bombarded with threats and given dnigs until he reaches a state of mental breakdown Clark then told why he feels the Reds are reviving their germ war fare cries The only possible explanation for this broadcast is that the Com munists in anticipation of new out bursts among their miserable peo ple with the spring thaws must be seeking desperately to conceal their own criminal responsibility for chaotic public health services by making these fantastic and ut terly false charges against the United Nations Command Declares Reds Making Film WASHINGTON W Rep Jack son RCalif declared Tuesday that a motion picture is being filmed under Communist aus pices at Silver City N MVand said it will be a new weapon for Russia Jacksona member of the House UnAmerican Activities Commit tee said in a speech prepared for House delivery that lie will do everything in his power to prevent thcrfilm whose title he does not know from being shown in public theaters lie said the picture is bcing made by the Independent Produc tion Corp and is being financed by the Independent United Mine Mill and Smelter Workers union which was expelled from the CIO several years ago on the ground it was Communistdominated I haye received reports of the sequences filmed to date itdepicts exactly what might be expected from a group of Com munists engaged in making of a motion picture Jackson said This picture is deliberately de signed to inflame racial hatreds and to depict the United States of America as the enemy of all col ored peoples If this pictureis shown in Latin America Asia and Indiait will do incalculable harm not onlyto the United States but to the cause of free people every where Those who voted against the chroeder amendment were Abel Ballhagen Bass Bloedel Brock meyer Brownlie Burtch Chris iansen Comtek Darrington Eck els Edgington Fairchild Haddeii Hanson Harris Hawkins Hend rix HichcliffeKlemesrud Koch Kuester Lauer Ludwig Mallonee McWhortertMehsing Miller iMor risOppedabl Patrick rick Pirn Hob v The T r u m tCn adniinistratidi backed federal1 claims Presiden Truman several times vetoed bills togive title to the states And shortly before leaving office Tru man issued an order which he saic made the oil a naval petroleum re serve Only Administration However the present attorney general Herbert Brownell has ruled ihe order merely gave the Navy Department administration of the lands Obviously having in mind the Truman order McKay said I believe that such administra tive responsibilities would rest most appropriately in the Depart ment of Interior Reds Hit U S on Israel Issue MOSCOW UP The United States was responsible for all the antiSoviet acts which led to the break of diplomatic relations be tween the Soviet Union and Israel the Russian government newspaper Izveslia said Tuesday The U Ssponsored acts includ ing the bombing of the Sovietle gation in Tel Aviv the newspaper said Russia broke relations with Is rael Feb IL for openly incited hostile acts against the Soviet Union The bombing outrage in Tel Aviv showed with all clarity that the Zionist Jewish Bourgeois na tionalist clique was one of the most obedient tools of American imperi alism Izvestia said nerof CoraingffTurnerbf Malvern Weston Didnt Those listed as absent or not voting were Hoth Tate and Wal er All others voted for the ment Tuesdays morning session was devoted entirely to the Schroeder amendment Most of the debate repeated ar guments which had been voiced be fore But the relatively small gal lery audience did hear some new points advanced Rep Roy J Smith Spirit Lake and Rep Gladys Nelson Newton argued over whether the house wives wanted oleo in rectangles or triangles Smith said there are three or four times as many housewives who dont use oleo as those who do He said the housewives now are having to defend themselves as whether they are serving butter or oleo and that the housewives are entitled to havingthe protection of having the oleo sold in trian gles Raiding Party of Allies Smashes From Commie Trap Mrs Nelson told of a survey she conducted last week end She said 76 per cent of the wohien she talked to said used oleo and that 84 per cent said it is not neces sary for oleo to be sold in tri angles to distinguish it from but ter Rep John M Peters Ft Dodge quoted Frost Patterson Fonta nelle president of the Iowa Gro cers Association as saying the gro c e r s unanimously favored the Schroeder amendment Rep Otto Armstrong Ottumwa in his first debate on the floor and Rep Clark H McNeal Bel mond warned that if the heavy Republican majority in theHouse did not solve the oleo question promptly there would be many more Democrats in the House in the next session than now AP Wlrcphoto YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 32 13 SAME Black mtmni dulh la Mil 24 THE CONSTANT seven long years Aleck the gander has not wan dered more than 10 feet from the oil drum at which hes gazing here A goose and a gander mate for life and after his mate was killed and cremated in this oil drum Aleck has never moved far away WACO Tex second wife is an oil drum Some think Aleck ought to see a psychiatrist but hes happy so why bother Seven years ago Aleck a gander and his first wife a goose were crossing a street A car whizzed by Aleck dodged but his wife the goose didnt W Tell Hayes Alecks owner picked up the dead goose dropped the body in an empty oil drum and cremated it Since then Aleck has not strayed more than 10 feet fromtheside of the oil then only to chase intruders He talks to her all thetime Hayes said And when we feed there by the oil drum he tells her what he has to eat Turns his head toward that drum and chatters away before he takes a bite Aleck knows the joys of parent hood too Every year Hayes hatches some eggs in an incubator and puts the goslings inside the oil drum Then he turns the drum on its side Out walk thergosHngs Aleck always looks at that oil drum with an expression like I dont know how you do it old girl but I knew youd do it Hayes said SEOUL Korea Ailicd tanksupported raiding party in a fourhour battle Tuesday smashed out of a Communist trap in no mans land taking a heavy toll of Reds Heavy clouds blankcted most of North Korea hampering air attacks throughout Monday night and Tues day However UN fighterbombers at tacked a Red supply area at Mur ari southwest of Wonsan and flew inclose support of infantrymen along the line On the ground increased Com munist armor was noted along the battle front Tuesday and Allied big guns had to bSat back six Red probing attacks More than 327 Reds were killed or wounded in he lop actions Atleast 100 Reds were killed or wounded when the Allied raiding party broke out of 4the Red trap near the truce village of Panmun jom The Allied raiding parly was tinned down in nomansland by Red long range artillery and heavy machinegun fire A company of about 160 Reds surrounded them As the Reds moved in with burp guns and hand grenades the UN unit formed into a defense perim eterThe Reds tried seven times to break through but each time had to fall back One Allied tank was disabled No Press Bar in Vice Trial YORK e press and public were admitted to the Jelke vice trial Tuesday at the be ginning of the defenses c a se Judge Francis L Valente had closed the courtroom for the dura tion of prosecution testimony Lawyers for the prosecution apd defense conferred in Valentes chambers for 38 minutes and then the trial heir to an oleomargarine fortune is on trial on charges of compul sory prostitution When the during the fight and another was room doors opened Tuesday morn halted by grenade fire as it at tempted to break through the Rods to bring ammunition ing reporters and about 50 spec tators entered GoardJi nmde M attempt to slop them ;

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