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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 2, 1953, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Doily Newspaper LOE jf HOME I EDITION i T H E NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LIX AMOclaled Prciw and United Pr rull Wiiw a Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY MARCH 2 1W3 ThU of Two frectiomi Section OM Asks Open Inquiry of Agreeitieftifl One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL Managing Editor Our Solicitude for Communists ITS pretty hard for me a news paper editor unschooled in in tricacies of thelaw to go along with Sen Robert A Taft in his re cently expressed view that being a Communist shouldnt of and by a person from a job in education or in a private firm I must say he pointed out as a member the board of trustees of a university I would not favor firing anyone for being a Commu nistunless I was certain that he teaching Communism and hay ing some effect on the development ofthe thought of the students Thats the legalistic approach to problem Incidentally the in stitutionof which the senator is a governing board member is Yale University I cant bring myself to any such position of academic broadmindedness As for me I dont want any real Communist having contact with the youth of America at any level of their educational process Nor do I want anybody enamored of Com munism on the payroll of the jour nalistic enterprise with which I I would fire such am associated I wouldnt hire such a person a person Two Reasons for Bar It there are at least incontestable reasons for not Communist to the 4staff a school or college 1A person by the very act of becoming a Communist demon strates that he is pathetically de ficient in mentality and judgment 2 A Communist is put the interest of Communism above all else Its a virtue toA lie and cheat for party A Communist never has an mind to search for truthV To assume that Commu nist in the classroom will refrain from promoting Communism js to indulge in a childish u In thefsamespeech Senator Taft came to the defense of the con gressional committees which r are trying to ferret out the Comiriu nists in They have not hecontended gone to excessive Halt i Red Assault of 750 Men SEOUL WPAllied battling at limes inside their own night smashed a 750man Chinese Communist as sault against the main JJN line on theWestern Korean Front The U S Eighth Army reported the Reds were routed in a 3Vj hour closequarter fight American French and Thai infantrymen Fischer Promoted SEOUL US Fifth Air annoLnced Sunday that Lt HaroldE Fischer Jr of Swea City Iowa ene of the leading US acts was given a spot promotion to Captain Fischer has shot down nine Communist MIGs and damaged three joined in the battle and were sup ported by British Commonwealth artillery The Chinese penetrated Unite Nations defenses at one point on a 5500yard front near Little Gibral tar Hill west of Yonchon an partly oyerran an American pla toon but the Americans stooc their ground and kicked the Red QUt It was the heaviest Communis attack in more than al month Humphrey Storms Out of Hearing Reviewing Very Critical Period WASHINGTON tha he was disgusted withthe se crecy Sen Humphrey DMinn demanded Monday that senators throw open to the public their t in quiry into the World WarII agree ments that onceWere secret Humphrey i stormed out of a closed session of the Senate For eign Relations Committee to tell reporters that Charles Chip Boh len nominated for ambassador to Russia was reviewing a very critical period in American and worldhistory Disgusted What Bohlen is testifying to ought to be made public Hum phrey said I am disgusted with this secrecy The press and radio PLANE is the Chattered tail assembly of an ought to be permitted to sit in on Air Force C46 which crashed 12 miles west of IndianapoIhis testimony lis Sunday night after its crew had bailed out in a snow p storm None of the 11 airmen was hurtseriously The abandoned plane crashed1 on a farm but no injuries were reported Only onemember of the crew vas hurt Lt J H Yetto was taken to a hospital for surgery Iranian Oowcte U S Cars and TEHRAN Iran shputing antiA gans stonedTJ Shears and homes Monday as fif in Irans capital PremierMohammed Mossadeghs jrs appeared to be gaining hand demonstrag ions whichhave f issailed and clef ended the agr JIJ2 v T or ad ley it ean Predict Hawaiian Statehood AP Whephoto E A Kruse mark of Minneapolis uncon clous of critical injuries in the front of a car as her blood spat tered husband steps out of the damaged i vehicle A big semi trailer came loose from the trac tor unit pulling it in St Paul and hit the Krusemark car ers tions assaile irig Nationalist leader 1 Crowds hurjed rocks at American homes on Roosevelt Avenue at the US e m b a sj5 ys Administrative Counselor Laurence Ct Frank and atcars driven Embassy At tache WarrenSilverandby a sec retary Betty White None waV hurt OneIranian student to death in a fight between Mossa degh suporters and members ol line outlawed Communist Tudeh party to join a demonstra tion backingthepremier The enraged mbbjCarned the body of I see why congressional committees should not bring to the of the public the fact tthatmen are Communists if they are Commu nists1 I know of no civil right in fronted upon by such publicity Is He inconsistent While I may wrong about it I cant tielp feeling that Mr Taft weakens his case by the appear ande ol inconsistency in these two matters From my own point of view hes on the congres sional probe matter but decidedly unrealistic in his approach to the Communistsinourschools issue Not so many months ago I was in Southern California and watched a strange assortment of Hollywood characters appear before the Nix Also See Oil Okay WASHINGTON UP Republi can congressional leaders said after aWhite they expect to passHawaiian statehood and tidelands legislations in about three weeks They also expect President Ei sonhower to submit no later than next week a reorganization plan which would raise the Federal Security Agency to cabinet level Martin Speaks Prospects for the Hawaiian state hood1 and tidelands oil bills were discussed by Speaker Joseph W Martin Jr Mass and Senate RepublicanlleaderRobert A Taft O after the Presidents regular Monday morning conference with Republican congressional leaders Sen Hugh Butler RNeb and Rep Chauncey Reed chair riienof the Senate and House com mittees handling the tidelands legislation sat in on the confer ence with Mr Eisenhower Brief Moment of Glory AUGUSTA Ga UK Twomonthold Aubrey Rhodes Jr had a brief moment of glory tucked under the arm of President Eisenhow Bohlen a Russian language ex pert served as interpreter for the late Franklin Roosevelt at the Big Three wartime conferences at Tehran andYalta Humphrey said Bohlen testified that Roosevelt the agree ments at President Eisenhower said the Russians have perverted to enslave other peoples the basis that they were mere ly temporary and must be sub mitted to the Senate as treaties where they involved any territor ialconcessions1 Sen Taft of Ohio Republican majority leaderanda committee member interpreted Bohlens tes i i 7 Four Courses V i r j k tj Does Not Extend Approval tc Any PALM BEACH Fla Gen OmarBradley told Monday of four courses militarya action t h e United Natidnscould takein Korea He warned that some pfthem the war 000t The1 crowd with the Chinese pledsvor j even starting f Joint Chiefs of 11 smiling P Mrs Rhodes said her husband would Eisenhower said and held little Aubrey for an instant But he handed hinvback so fast that timeRhodessnapped thepicturefthe babywasback inhis mothersarms News photographersmissed the picture too Says Religious Leader Doesnt Believe in God WASHINGTON Cocutz a Voice of America official told investigating sertators Monday he had been iriformed the man in charge of the Voices religious broadcasts does not believe in At the antiAmerican outbreak Point1Four arid consularxoffices in i i1 J Cocutz said he had no persona knowledge oi the religious belief Benson Sees Danger in r High Farm Price Supports WASHINGTON of Agriculture Ezra Benson said Monday there is real in maintaining farm price supports at a permanently I am inclined to think if were gdi T high level on committee to answer some ques about their Comiriunist con nections Only they didnt answer the questions They invoked the so called privilege against selfin crimination contained in the Fifth Amendment In a heating at New Orleans convicted bank robber and dope peddler appearing before the Ke fauver Committee stood on his rights under this amendment in his refusal to say whether he had a criminal record where he was bornhow old he was how much education he had had and even whether he was married Borrowed From the Past Thats how ridiculous this whole tmsinessf is And yet itsdeeply rooted in the AngloSaxon system of justice The privilege against selfincrimination was originally designed to protect innocent per sons against arbitrary andr in quisitorial methodsin the English ecclesiastical courts in hunting out heresy A i The immunity came down toour American colonists as a heritage and was embodied in not onlythe federal constitutions bill of rights but placedJinVthe organic law of mostof the 48 fundar mental that1 Meantime Attorney General Her bert Brownell Jr told Congress it should give Coastal States only lim ited authoritiy to administer their offshore lands Administer Resources Appearing before the Senate in terior Committee which is consid ering legislation covering the tide Navy Develops Atomic Experts WASHINGTON Navyis developing a corps of atomic bom and ordnance ex perts trained in the highlevel and secret schools of nuclear weapon going to havesupports should navesome flexibili ty so as to encourage shifts in production he said Headded that he believes Presi lands Brownell said the states should be granted only such authority as is required for the states to administer and develop natural resources in the lands j Martinexpected theHouse Ju diciary Committeeto report out the Hawaiian statehood bill Mon day Taft siaid the Senate committee exrpetts to approve statehood for HawaiMhis week and it will take a week to pass the bill to make the islands the1 i9th state use Graduates of these courses al ready are at sea with the fleet or at naval air stations flying car rierbased aircraft presumably ca pable of delivering any current type of atomic bomb Pentagon officials Monday would confirm only that such a program exists but published reports and previous brief comments by other officials make it possible to say that The Navy men received their dent Eisenhower agrees with him on the principles of farm policy Interview in a copyrighted inter view with the weekly magazine U S News World Report stood firm oJn all the views which he ex pressed in a speech at St Paul Minnlast month especially the assertion that government price supports should be used to provide farmers with insurance against disaster and not as a guarantee of a trainingin warfare at the same joint Armed Forces schools used for Air Force crews He said some of the congress men who bitterly criticized his St Paul speech aie noW coming Good Faith But Taft who himself has criU cized some of these agreements said Bohlen Contended that the un derstandings were entered into in good faith on part arid with the belief that the Russians would carry them out President Eisenhower has asked Congress to jqhfhim in denouncing Soviet r perversion of these agree ments SenSparkman the 1952 Democratic vice presidential nomi nee cautioned against calls by some Republicans for a tougher talking resolution and by others for repudiation of the agreements Going too far would risX Demo cratic support for the resolution Sparkman said No Objection Sparkman said he would have no objection to ari amendment pro posed by Sen Hickerilooper Hickenlooper change in language which jhe said would make it clearvJ that jCongress arid the President in denouncing Russian denial of freedom and self determination the Iron Curtain countries were noti going on rec f the agceements of the man in question wtumya nof fully identified the hearinj befpre I the 4 Sen ate v J nvestigatioji Subcjpm tfr acting chief propaganda broadcastsbeamed cat i the Active listland aceusedhem of inciting demoMtfators against the J jjt Mossadegh also ki chiefof staff Baha jiccutinjj him actW Sen manded Kretzman and Mr Lyons at once as4wl Cocutz said he bclievestthM i i MJI ij ccusing him actu1 check f the antigo giVe Communism inAsia A At i the city were closed arid personnel was ordered to keepoff the streets J Hold Mossadegh eestablish his govern ments reins afterthe mob attack onhis home which sen ilm dashing in pajamas fotllhe tra ditional sanctuary thftrParlia mentBuUding V The government arrestedJO army f L flnnuvMi MUiem beready tovtake military st m it li In New York f f rector of the programming e i rr R i W v called V I V i false and irresponsible 1 1 do believe in de i t Vi i that hewould fieyer the wholeheartedly realize ifn jxirtance emphasizing jreligiqus and moral factors in V6icebroad cass He said he had statements from the State advisory panel religious leaders ious broadcasting markedly in since both he took V 1 Contributions to 500 f as around to his point of be cause they have folks backj home that a lot of farmers sharethisjviews themselves were good or bad Hickenlooper said this would quiet any fears thatthe resolution might be interpreted as affirming all of the agreements Benson said own from l farniersjhasbeen running to in support oihis position Big Storm Cuts Tapering Swath Through Middle west shall be himself to jail by his own testimony J Text of Amendment At thisVpointtyou might like to hear the text ofthat Fifth Amend ment out many shady characters m fee JwU U tor elhcrwfM erinc prnmtBcnt rr hi ta ttit MillUa when hi MrTlcc tn war er Mr shall in tlw U twice rti HU NOB RHALL HE BE COMf KLLED IN AHT CBIMIHAL CASE A nWITTrESS AGAINST Mr UCD ON PACE 2 By THI ASSOCIATED PRESS A storm that flailed a tapering swath from tHeRocky Mountains to the1 Virginiai Coast with snow strong winds and sleet raged into its third day but signs of clearing arose Monday in the Southwest Abelt of blizzard conditions al most spanned thecontinent Mon day from Eastern Montana and Northern Nevada through the Great Plains Mississippi and Ohio Wind velocity ranged up to 40 miles hour of frwxinj rain i that made generally difficult travel conditions reven more criti cal inf Eastern fKansas Northern Missouri andparts of Southern Illi noisaixl Indiana W Resultant accidents had taken at least 7 lives in iWyoming one in ColoradoKansas Nebraska and L The storm i brought yas niuch as 2 inches of snowatChadron Neb Ltchinson 8 inches atSt Jo eph Mo and 1inches in Central Uinbis bus tral ic Cifj the Missouri Highway Patrol niotorists to tray el only if itwere Freezing1 rain mixed with orfol owing the snow created extra Hazards south of St Louis and ii sections of and Indiana Automobiles were ditched by the hundreds Below the snow area ran a par allel belt of rain aridin Wichita Kan the county farm agent called the 78of ansinch fall thing that happeried in almost got a quarter first appreciable moisture inweeks J4 i I stiff believein tthe principles we have statedandI believethat President he said there are a lot1 of people in the Congress tharbelieve the prin ciplesand1 policies Who have not 1 With a fewnotable exceptions most farm state congressmen of both parties r outspoken sup portersTrof the preseritifarnY Jlaw which requires the Agriculture Department at Local Man Admits Staging Breakin Virgil Leege 21 328 2nd NAY acting manager of theBreese Serv iceStation 804 S Federal is being held Masoh f City i police after admitting tha tjhefj staged st fa breakin cJrdeFriojcover up a money f Leege who is being held in the Mason jail ifoiJ1 investigation told police in the expires next year deritiy will be a majorbattle over What kind legislation will be written tosucceedit f tatiori cluringlFelijruiry He said DATE1W152 2t Leege admitted jlo officers hat from the ie had spent most of the Police had iriot filed charges Mon lay pending George owners station t i AT PICNIC LOS ANGELES estimated fbrrher lowahs amending picnic here Saturday told that it wag 5 many of them to Cali lOrnlei i j K into ca MEET AT CONFERENCErMrSiEleanor with Secretary of State JoHn
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