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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 26, 1953, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper HOME EDITION 3N CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALU NORTH IOWANS N r H B O R S VOL LIX Associated Press and United Press Full Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY FEBRUARY 26 1953 Tills Consists of Two Section One m U S in No Deal to Fix Soviet Rule Dulles Says Harvard Hired Red Professor Reveals He Was Commie in 30s WASHINGTON 39yearold university professor told House Red hunters Thursday he was a member of Com munist groups at Harvard and Oxford in the 30s And he said that in 1939 Harvard hired as a counsellor a man was widely known as a Communist The witness was Daniel J Boorstin who now teaches history at the University of Chicago He was named as a former Commu Fairgrounds Bill Signed by Governor Thelegal obstacle to develop ment of a new North Iowa Fair grounds on Highway 18 west of Mason City was removed Thurs day Gov William S Beardsley signed into law a bill passed by the Legis lature which permits the Cerro Gordo County Board of Supervi sors to sell the present fairgrounds and use the proceeds for develop ment of the new site The bill introduced in the House of Representatives by Rep Wil liam H Tate had the backing of both the North Iowa Fair Associa tion and the Cerro Gordo County Board of Supervisors The Association has purchased a 120acre tract of land opposite the DriveIn Theater and is prepared to give it to the County as a new fairgrounds it has been announced by the Fair Board The Fair Board will meet next Wednesday noon to consider the next step in the proceedings and to arrange a meeting with the Sup ervisors to discuss the matter said SecretaryManager M C Lawson The action by the Legislature was necessary because under the present Iowa law proceeds from sale of any county property would go into the county general fund which cannot ment of a fairgrounds Democrat Claims Effort to Balance Budget Lost Cause WASHINGTON Clar ence i Cannon former chairman of the House Appropriations Commit tee said Thursday President Eisen howers attempt to balance the budget is a lost cause The Missouri Democrat who has had 30 years Congressional exper ience with federal spending said Mr Eisenhower was understating the case when he hold a news con ference Wednesday it will be ter rifically difficult to get the govern ment out of the red during the fis cal year 1954 beginning July 1 Canndn noted that the 1954 bud get which former President Tru man submitted just before leaving office called for federal spending of with a prospec tive deficit of about There has been a lot of talk about cutting spending by 000000 he told a reporter But there is no way to do that without tampering with national security as nist Wednesday by Robert G Dav is a Smith College English profes sor w h 6 also acknowledged his membership in a Harvard Commu nist group in the 30s Headed by Velde Boorstin was called to testify be fore the House UnAmerican Ac tivities Committee which is headed by Rep Velde The com mitlec probe Velde said is aimed at ferreting Communists out of this nations educational institutions Thursdays testimony by Boor stin brought out these points Boozslin joined a Communist group at Oxford in 1936 and 1937 when he was studying at the Brit ish university as a Rhodes Scholar He joined a Communist group at Harvard in 1939 but quit after less than a year j He has since become an active antiCommunist One of the reasons for his joining the Communist group at Harvard was the presence of Granville Hicks an author and scholar he said was openly known at the time as a Communist Liberal Views Another of Boorstins reasons for joining the group was because the Communist Party at t h a t time was supporting liberal views and taking a position against antiSem itism Rep Walter senior Dem ocratorrlhe committee questioned Boorstin closely about Granville Hicks Davis named Hicks too as a former Red Boorstin said the presence of Hicks who was employed by Har vard as a counsellor of American Studies lent a certain glamor to the group In reply lo a question by Walter Boorstin said Hicks Compiunisl connections were known publicly because of his writings It was a well known fact Ihen Senate Under Call V Butter Forces Block Final Action on Oleo1 DES MOINES forces in the Iowa Senate Thursday blocked final action on the yellow oleo bill until the Legislature returns from its 10day spring recess start ing Friday In an extraordinary maneuver Sen T Kendall ynes of Plainfield and 16 ir I other opponents of yellow oleo If We Lose Korea We Lose All Van Fleet JUST ANOTHER WOMAN Jorgenson the exGI who becamiTa woman sits in a car in Mineola N Y after takinga test to qualify for a drivers license Observers said Christine is a good all she once was a chauffeur Ike Considers Probe Curb Morton Back at His Job WASHINGTON Iff The Eisen hower administration may be get ting ready to try throwing the brakes on Sen McCarthys investi gation of the State Department Administration officials saw signs of this Thursday in several recent moves when Harvard got him as a coun sellor asked Walter Yes replied Boorstin w h o added that Hicks was retained only one school year BULLETIN DES MOINES impe tus of a new outbreak of swine disease in Iowa the State Senate Thursday passed 490 as a special order of business a bill requiring that all public and commercial garbage fed to hogs must first boiled particularly ment of Robert W S McLeod fOT m e r FBI agent as the d e p a r t ments boss of security with new policing powers In an nouncing Mc Leods appoint McLEOD ment Wednesf day Assistant Secretary o f All About The Weather Mason City Fair to partly cloudy Thursday night low 20 to 24 Iowa Mostly fair Thursday night Friday partly cloudy Minnesota Mostly cloudy Thursday night and Friday with snow flur ries extreme northeast GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Thursday Maximum 33 Minimum 27 At 8 am 29 Precipitation Trace YearAgo Maximum 30 Minimum 20 State Carl W McCardle pointedly called attention to President Eis enhowers remark in his State ol the Union message that The primary responsibility for keeping out the disloyal and dang erous rests squarely upon the cxe cutive branch When this branch so conducts itself as to require po icing by another branch of the gov eminent it invites disorder ant confusion There have been reports on Cap itol Hill that Eisenhower is not too happy about the inquiry being con ducted by McCarthys Senate in vestigations subcommittee Two other developments were seen as significant 1 Eisenhowers appointment President Robert L Johnson o Temple University as acting chie of the departments Internationa Information Administration 2 The reinstatement of Alfre H Morton after a oneday suspen sion as director of the depart ments National Broadcasting Serv ice which runs the Voice Johnson will be Americas chie overseas propagandist Morton was officially cleared o any insubordination charges wher restored to hi j job as No 2 bos of the Voice Wednesday night Bu a public rebuke went along wit the reinstatement and he still i facing Senate investigation No Angels on Turnpike PHILADELPHIA Falher Divine let loose his heavenly wrath on the New Jersey Turnpike Thursday He ordered all his angels to boycott the multimilliondoilar superhighway and withdrew his blessing from it until further notice The selfproclaimed messiah struck back at the turnpike after paying a total of in fines for chauffeurs in a 4car caravan who were pinched for speeding near Moorestown N J Father Divine who was a passenger in one limousine believes the fines were il legal and unjust l A spokesman at Father Divines headquarters here said turnpike officials subjected the father to rude and discourteous treatment and a complete lack of recognition Not only that he said but the drivers were accused of doing 70 miles per hour when they really doing Paper Says NJ Much Larger NEW YORK The New unds raised in behalf of Vi were far more extensive tha posed during the Fund Than York Post said Thursday that ce President Richard Nixon n the trust fund ex campaign The newspaper said that in addition to the 518235 fund described by Nixon in his television broadcast luring the campaign there were at least two other funds handled in Vixons behalf by Dana C Smith Nixons California supporter The Post said one was a special fund totaling G3 reported to the clerk of the House of Representatives by Smith last Dec 29 It said no records were kept of the other fund because it said this money was transmitted immediate ly to organizations directly engaged in political financing The story carried under a Washington dateline and written by Robert G Spivack said The story these figures tell is that there was a Nixon fund o instead of the modest mentioned by the vice prcs idential candidale in his widelj heralded broadcast Sept 23 1952 plus an unspecified amount o additionalfunds directly trans mitted to campaign committees Smith said last Sept 25 that cam paign contributions were being re ceived at that lime Asked then about an fund collected after Nixons nomination Smith said the consisted o campaign contributions and be accounted for as such after tht election Search Into Baby Racket TORONTO Ont Law enforcement agencies of Canada and the United States launched an international hunt Thursday for a gang of baby smugglers accused of running a fantastic bordercrossing adoption racket Authorities said they have evidence that a black market in babies in which infants were sold for each has been operating for the past year between Toronto and New York We have uncovered some fantastic evidence a Toronto police official said We cant disclose muchinformation now The roundup has just started First to be arrested were a Brooklyn man and his wife charged with obtaining a phony birth QUEEN OF SENATE DES MOINES M i s s Joann Dancer of Des Moines has been se lected queen of the Iowa Senate by the Senate page SAN FRANCISCO UP Gen James A Van Fleet Friday will begin his trip to Wash ington where he will likely repeat his warning that it the United Na tions lost Korea the Pacific Ocean would1 become a1 Communist high way 1C Korea is lost Japan and the rest of Asia would follow suit Lhc former Eighth Army battle commander said Wednesday First Address He warned in his first address since returning to the United State after 22 months as chief of al UN ground forces in Korea I want to make it clear thai this war is not merely the U S helping to defend the Republic o Korea against Communist China It is the front line of freedom opposing a Russiansupported ant Stalindirected attack and it is a battlelirie which if lost loses fa more than Korea He spoke at a civic Umclv give in his honorshortly after he ar rived from Honolulu aboard a mil tary transport Van Fleet was accorded a rou ing heros welcome by San Fra cisco in an official civic welcom and tickertape parade through th downtpwn area t No Tactjcat Questions The retiring fourstar general dc clincd at a press conference fo lowing his lunch address to dis cuss UicLical questions involvin the Korean war He reminded reporters that h had said in Tokyo Feb 11 that h certainly felt that the Eight Army was capable at this time of mounting an offensive tha would break the present stale male in Korea He was not expected to go int detail on his ideas for ending th Korean war until he testifies be fore Congressional armed service committees in Washington begin ning March 4 The general and his wife wer staying at the San Francisco Pre sidio as guests of LI Gen Josep M Swing Sixth Army commandc and a West Point dassmatc of Va Fleet aced the Senate under a call This enate step rules permissible under requires that all icmbcrs of the Senate be present eforc the olco bill could be acted pon Attending a Funeral Sen Charles S Van Eaton oE City was absent attending a moral Even though Van Eaton is a largarine supporter Sen YDeVerc atson of Council Bluffs sought to ountcr the butter force move by loving that Van Eaton be given a eave of absence Watson said he had hoped the enate would complete action on ic colored oleo bill and send it to legovernor before the Legislature larts its 10day spring recess Fri y Watsons motion to lift the call by xcusing Van Eatons absence re uircd a twothird affirmative vote vit when the roll was called it ackcd four voles of the necessary lumber The vote was 29 in favor oC ex cusing Van Eaton to 20 against A discussion then arose over whether to send the sergeant a1 arms to Sioux City to locate Van return him to Des IkeStalin Talk Just Conjecture Testifies Before House Committee WASHINGTON of t a t e Dulles urged f Congress Thursday to make clear to the world that the United States fwiU never be a party to any interna tional deal fixing Soviet despot ism upon peoplesin Asia t Dulles made the plea in a ment to the House Foreign Affairs Committee Meantime Dulles described a possible EisenhowerStalin meeting as entirely in the realm con jecture Nothing Set Up Nothing whatsoever has been set up he told members of Con gress M Dulles ran into questions about the import of President Eisen howers news conference remarks Wednesday when the secretary of tale appeared before the House Foreign Relations Committee Bis enhower said he would be willing o meet with Stalin under certain conditions Thelawmakers at the meeting are considering an administration resolution which would denounce Elussian perversion of World War U agreements Dulles advocated avoiding con Eaton and Moines Watson asserted this would b improper in the circumstances and accepted Lynes1 offer lo permit Watson to call the bill up for action any timeafter the Senate returns March spring recess Lyrics Pledge Lynes pledged he would not again resort to a call of the Senate lo block the bill after recess There are 12 amendments on the measure as it was passed by the House and all of them require Senate action The principal one is that yellow oleo can be sold for home consump ion in rectangular the same form in which butter is sold As passed by the Senate the bill pro vided that yellow oleo could be sold only in triangular packages The vote on the motion to excuse Sen Vari Eaton showed the follow ing senators opposed to immediate action on the bill Anderson Bellman Berg Booth hy Dowel Elijah Fishbaugh Grimstead Johnson Lucas Lynes Risk Schoening Scott Harry Wat son Weichman andZastrow Re publicans Dailey OMalley and Ulzig Democrats troversy over whether past agree ments between the United States and Russia should have been made and instead taking action which would look to the future liberation of captive countries and stir their faith in freedom The first and indispensable step toward stimtdxUa2 of freedom Dulles said to clear the followin points authority of the President and Con Some Cigarcts Go Up Gent Price Increases Follow Decontrolling AP Wirephoto GETS Norman Far ley the former Sheliah Brown of England flashes a happy smile after she learned she would be able to stay in this country with her husband and childMrs Farley was an exchange student University of Arkansas when she married Farley Her visa ran out and she was ordered of the country but she re entered the country through Can and was granted another visa By UNITED PRESS Price increases on some brands of cigarets copper and gasoline Thursday followed hard on the heels of the governments newest round of price decontrol measures The administration Wednesday announced the end of ceilings on aluminum some steel products copper cigarets and everything in the market basket except bread coffee and beer R J Reynolds Tobacco C o m pany maker of Camels and Cava liers said it would announce the exact amount of its price increases shortly American Tobacco Co another major firm and maker of Lucky Strikes Herbert Tareytons and Pall Malls increased prices about one centa pack Wednesday Wires informing dealers of the hike were sent across the nation The rest ol the big five in cig Old Golds and Philip they would watch and wait before making any price adjustments i Ligget Si makers of Ches terfields and Fatimas said that not being a leader in the cigaret industry our attitude will have to be waitandsee Meanwhile Dun Bradstreet re ported that its wholesale food price index advanced for the third straight week But grocers con tacted in a nationwide survey in sisted they would hold food prices on all but moneylosing margin items to present levels Two ot the nations major copper producers reacted almost immedi ately Wednesday to the end of con trols Kennecott Copper Corp largest in the country imposed an imme diate increase of three cents a pound on domestic it to 27A cents a pound Phelps Dodge Corp second larg est producer raised the price of gress One the United States does not countenance the violations by which Soviet leadership has per verted past agreements and under standings into Achains of bondage That is a result which the Ameri can people never intended and which they will never accept Confirming Rule Two the United States will never be a party to any interna fional deal or trade confirming the rule of Soviet despotism over the alien peoples it dominates in Europe and Asia Three the United States seeks as one of its peaceful goals that these enslaved national groups of Europe and Asia shall recover genuine independence Dulles1 admonition against con Iroversy was obviously aimed at moves in Congress to rewrite the administrations resolution and strike at Presidents Roosevelt and Truman for making the agree ments with Premier Stalin at Yal ta Tehran and Potsdam The administration resolution would simply denounce Russia for twisting the understandings to bring about the subjugation of peoples Sen Taft ROhio told reporters he thought the Senate would put language into the resolution to make it clear that Congress was not ratifying the pacts even in formally by adopting the resolu tion Great Fear Dulles told the House committee that the Soviet satellite peoples are oppressed by a great fear that at some future time the United States may agree to a partition of the world whereby we would ac cept and support Soviet dictator ship of alieiTipeoples in the hope of gaining greater security for our selves He said that this fear creates a feeling of hopelessness among those people and that in turn par alyzes the strivings which could operate peacefully to dissolve the unnatural unity of Soviet despotism and returnit to its natural and historic parts the metal four cents 28Vi cents a pound lo AP Wirephoto HEROINE OF DOPE DRIVE Williams 19 emerged as the heroine of Southern Californias drive against dope Once addicted to heroin sheturned herself over to the police and helped them break a dope ring Story on page 2 SAME DATEm2Sl mttmt Iralfte M V V   

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