Mason City Globe Gazette, March 3, 1953

Mason City Globe Gazette

March 03, 1953

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 3, 1953, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for Ihe Home CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAK ES ALL NORTH lOWANS N E G H B O R HOME EDITION VOL LIX Associated ilcss and United 1rcss Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY MARCH 3 1953 Tills Inpcr Consists or Two Ono No 123 nate Group Amends Ike s Resolution Gen Van Fleet in Washington Sees President Wif Testify on issues in Korea WASHINGTON James A Van Fleet former Eighth Army Commander arrived Tuesday to give President Eisenhower and congressional committees his ideas about the stalemated Korean war lie was met at the airport by Secretary oC Defense Charles E Wilson along with members of the diplomatic corps and representa tives of the President and mem bers of the United Nations An honor guard of several hun dred troops of the three armed forces ami a saluting battery wel comed Van Fleet as he stepped from his plane The GOycarold general moving toward retirement March 31 brings with him an expressed con viclion that a United Nations of fensive in Korea could certainly be successful He contends the stalemate is one of the UNs choos ing and not the enemys Remained Silent But he has remained silent on what his recommendations will be to Congress and to his World War II comradeinarms President Eis enhower wailing at the White House to greet him In advance of Van Fleets sched uled arrival shortly before noon two Democratic senators Tuesday quoted Gen Omar N Bradley as having said that under present con ditions neither side can launch a successful offensive in Korea They we reSenators Gillette la and Humphrey Gillette said in an interview that Bradley chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staffy testified before the Senate Foreign Relations Commit tee in a recent closeddoor session that there is no chance for a successful UN offensive in Korea at this point In a separate inter view Humphrey agreed Bradley had said this Plans called for Van Fleet tobe whisked from National Airport to flic White House for a 30minute talk with the Presidents office Then was to follow a whirl of lunches dinners and meetings w 11 h members of Congress Guest of Honor After meeting with Eisenhower Van Fleet was to be the guest of honor at a White House luncheon to which lopranking officers and civilians in the Armed Services W it ness Rips Into McCarthy at Probe the Voice of America urn P are vory sldlliLllly LODGE JEBB WIRED FOR SOUNDHemy Cabot Lodge chief USdeleSe and Britain s Sm Glachvyn Jebb have their earphones attached as they listen to It is ing to wring McCarthy heads the Senate Investigations Subeommit which is looking into tin activitiesof the State Depart mcnls overseas information pr gram including radio broadcast by the Voice Acting Chief Harris is acting chief of the Ir lernaliotial Information Admiuii tration the d c p a r t m e n agency concerned Tuesdayshearing was televisec froma crowded courtlike hearin room in the Senate office building Harris protested bitterly it th public airing of his suspcdsioi from Columbia University in J932 and the committee attitude on book he wrote about the same tim defending Socialists and what In termed communists with a smaJ He defined a Communist wilh small C as a Marxist not thci recognizable as under Soviet dom Mossadegh Planning Severe Punishment of His Enemies 4 Gives Speech of Victory He Liked Army Food DETROIT might say 26yearold Dewey Moss discharged from the armed services last week liked Army food The Detroitveteran1 was arrested Monday on a charge of stcalin government property Asst Dist Ally Joseph C Murphy said Moss went back to Ft Custer Mich last weekend to visit friends A gale guard noticed him leaving with a full barracksbagand stopped him The bag contained three 10pound hams two slabs of bacon nine frozen chickens 20 poundsof wcincrs two large salamis two large liverwursts two 12pound pork loins and four 10nounci chunks of boneless beef of Congress and some members were invited Tuesday night he will meet the Jresident again at a dinner party at the Ft Mycr Va home of Gen and Mrs J Lawlon Collins lins is Army Chief of Staff Col He is due to meet with the House Armed Services Committee Wed nesday the Senate Armed Serv ices Committee Thursday AFL Proposes Repeal of Major Parts of TH Law WASHINGTON Repeal practically all major provisions of the TaftHartley labor law was urged on Congress Tuesday by the American Federation of Labor A 15page statement prepared by AFL President George Mcany for Mouse Labor Committee hearings closely paralleled recommenda tions made public recently by the CIO The effect of the proposals would be to return the basic labor ENJOYS HOMETOWN STOPOVER Sloan 0 Dwyer estranged wife of William ODwyer former U S Ambassador and New York mayor enjoyed a short visit to her home town of Dallas Tex while enroute from Mexico City to New York law largely to the framework of the Wagner Act which the Tafl Hartlcy Act modified in 1947 Merits Respect Mcany quoted President Eisen hower ns advocating a law that merits the respect and support of labor and management The TaftHartley Act docs net merit or enjoy the respect of American trade thats putting it mildly the union of ficial said declaring it has placed intolerable restrictions upon the exercise of basic rights and free doms by trade unions and their members Mcany recommended the 80day emergency TEHRAN Iran UP Premier Mohammed Mossadegh again in control of Iran planned punish with heavy pen alties even death those who rose up against the National gov ernment The aged premier ordered his new army chief of staff Gen Taghi JJiahi to take all necessary steps to maintain security and order throughout the nation after three days of riots and demonstrations in which at least two persons were killed and scores injured Victory Message In a victory message Stalemate in UN Over War Ending Issues UNITED NATIONS N Y Al World diplomats Tuesday ruled mi chances for any new action on Ko rea in the current UN session aftc hearing the uncompromising stand pronounced by both the Sovie Union am the United States Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Y Vishinsky fired a broadside at a new Republican administration in the U S late Monday He told the General Assemblys Political Com mittec once again that the onlj way to stop the fighting in was to accept his own formula foj formula already rejected by an overwhelming majority in the UN Nothing New Aside from Vishinskys blasts at the Eisenhower administration which he accused of merely bor rowing from the TriimanAchesou book weary delegates found noth ing new in the Russians speech Chief U S Delegate Henry Cabot Lodge Jr has announced that the UN Allies would not budge from their demands for an honorable settlement in Korea Committee President Joao Carios Muniz put off resumption the de bate until afternoon In his sweeping attack on the U S administrations foreignpolicies Vishinsky slapped back with the charge that the no the Russians as Lodge had said sought to prolong and expand the war in the Far East and were plan ning to use Asians as cannon fod der Promised Reply Russians speech was his repeal of strike in junction provisions ot the present law Instead he said the govern ment should rely on mediation and conciliation or persuasion to settle the big strikes He also suggested voluntary ar bitration or thewilling submission of issues toa third neutral party for a recommended solution Closed Shop Meany recommended legalizing the closed shop eliminating pres ent bans on secondary boycotts and eliminating provisions permit ting employers to bring damage suits against labor unions He said the present nonCom munist a ff j davit requirement should be eliminated altogether France Not Backing Down on Demands PARIS o r e i g n Minister Georges Bidault says France is ipt backing down on her demands Tor a special position in the pro ected sixnation European army 0 over Tehran radio Monday night Mossa degh thanked his countrymen for their support and trust in his lead ership in his struggle for political power with Shah Mohammed Eeza Pahlcvi Mossadegh ordered his followers to end all work stoppages and re turn to their normal duties He said he again would call upon them if any difficulties were placed in the way of my work Sets Up Tribunal I rely on God that our difficul ties will soon be solved Return to your work Mossadeghs message said U was read to the nation by an announcer Mossadegh planned to set up a by judge those who demonstrated and rioted against his government and in favor of the Shah An announce ment by the 33yearold Shah Satur day that he was leaving Iran touched off the riots against the Nationalist government prdmised reply to a 10poinl inclict mejit in which Lodge last week ac cused Russia of supplying arma ments to the Chinese Reds and North Koreans Lodge said the Russians could end the war in Ko rea any time they wanted to Vishinsky acknowledged that the Russians had sold and still arc sell ing arms to Communist China as Lodge charged but said this was under terms of the MoscowPeip ing Mutual Friendship Treaty He declared false the American charge that Russia now is supplying arms to the North Koreans How Embarrassing Can Life Become REDONDO BEACH Calif Let there be light said the mayo of Kedondo Beach Monday nigh as he pulled a switch intended t bring neardaylight vision along mile of Pacific Coast highway Instead the whole town was plunged into darkness Mayor J Russell Shes blusl was hidden for two hours unli workmen repaired a power iine blown down by high winds anc the ceremony of dedicating the new high power lights was re sumed ination Harris appealed to the lelcvisioi audience to consider that he was being asked about events 21 years ago when there certainly was no awareness lo Ihe degree there is today of the way the Communis party wonts Resent Tone T resent the lone of this in cjuiry he told McCarthy the other senators on the subcommit tee I had two full FBI invcstiga lions he added He remarked he was cleared in both of them ant then snapped at Roy Colin the sub committees general counsel Can Mr Colin say that His outburst drew a spattering of applause froni some spectator in the rear of the room and a policeman warned them sternly Any moreof that aiid out yoi go Rep Clevengcr ROhio called meanwhile for outright abolition o the Voice You cant reform thai oulfil he said Clevenger sait irivale enterprise could do the U S propaganda job better am cheaper CR1TELLI JAILED DBS M01NES i 41 former DCS Moines night club operator has been fined and 7iven a sixmonth county jail sen cnce after hepleaded guilty to Army Has No Need for Super Light Machinegun HEIDELBERG Germany Iffi The U S Army in Washington has brushed aside on the ground that the armed forces do not need it a new light submachinegun which field tests in Europe have shown will 1 Fire 700 rounds minute almost twiceasfast as the Armys present standard model the M3 Grcasegun 2 Shoot farther and straighter 3 Weigh four as much as the M3 4 Cost approximately to manufacture on mass production scale compared to for the M3 5 Have a muzile velocity of 1 800 feet per second against 750 to 800 fps for the M3 The new gun which fires 45caI iber cartridges or can be con irTi it i or can oe con rotating the liquor control act verted to use the standard 9mm European cartridge was devel oped by Warrant Officer Loren C Cook stationed at Coleman Bar racks near here He is a machine tool specialist After field tests in Germany a description of Cooks gun was sent to the chief of ordnance in Wash ington with a recommendation that the weapon is of extremely simple and of rugged construction easily adaptable to inexpensive mass production fabrication In reply the chief ordnances office wrote There is at the present time no U S user requirement for a new weapon of the machine pistol submachinegun or carbine class It is believed unlikely that the using arms will give serious con sideration to the adoption of the type proposed by Warrant Officer Cook Hampton Attorney Appointed Judge DES MOINES William Bcardsley announced Tuesday he appointment former Stale leprcscntalivc Harvey If Uhlen opp Hampton attorney as dis ricl judge lo succeed Ihe late udgc Sherwood A Clock Hamp on Uhlcnhopp will serve until the cxt general election After the 951 legislative session in which Uhlenhopp served he began the practice of law in Dos Moines He moved back lo Hampton a couple of months ago THREATENEDJapanese Prime Minister Shigeru Voshida faced a possible reprimand Tuesday Tho Japanese house sent to a censure committee a motion to reprimand him for calling a polit ical rival a stupid idiot If the censure motion Is upheld Yoshida may be forced to resign 6 I o wans Killed in Car Crashes By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Three motor vehicle accidents Monday took the lives of six lowans Four of the deaths occur red in the state the other two in Texas The dead William Damsgaard 47 and his son Robert 20 both of near Earl ham Carroll C Crumb 48 and Mrs Valeria Mease both of Des Moines Mr and Mrs Benjamin C Ross both 59 of Greenville la Damsgaard and his son were killed when their car was struck broadside by a Rock Island pas senger train at it county rond cross ng a halfmile east of Earlhain Monday afternoon Crumb and Mrs Mease were cillcd when their car skidded on tr Dernos May Fight It on Floor Gillette Votes WithRepublicans WASHINGTON UP The Sen ate Foreign Relations Committee over Democratic protests Tuesday amended President Eisenhowers resolution condemning Russian perversion of wartime agree ments It then approved the re vised version by an almost straight party line vote The amendment offered by Sen ate GOP Leader Robert A Talt a n g c red Democratic committee members who considered it a slap at the late President Roosevelt and former President Truman who ne gotiated the Yalta and Potsdam agreements with Russia and Brit ain Tafts Amendment Tafts amendment added these words to the Eisenhower resolu tion r The adoption of this resolution does not constitute any determina tion by the C o n g r e s s as to the validity or invalidity of anyof the provisions of the said agreements or understandings Taft presented the amendment despite an appeal by Secretary of Stale John Foster Dulles last week not to change the wording of Mr Eisenhowers resolution condemn ing Russian enslavement of free nations The amendment and the revised resolution itself were approved by an 8 to G vote with Sen Guy Gillette of Iowa Democrat voting in favor The partisan split In the com mittee presaged a major fight when the revised resolution comes up for Senate consideration Warns Congress Dulles had warned Congress that a major split on the issue would almost completely undermine the cc on Highway G and collided with i semitrailer truck about 13 miles west of DCS Moines Monday night The collision Jackknifed the roiler on its side Mr and Mrs Ross vacationing n the south were killed in a two car collision near Centervillc Tex A Texas man in the other car also vas killed BULLETIN NEW YORK furious fire whipped up by dust explosions flashed through a Bronx furniture factory Tuesday killing seven Workers trapped inside The House Foreign Affairs Com millee had heeded the warning by adopting Miv Eisen howers proposal without change Mr E i s e n howcrs resolution merely condemned Russia for trampling on the wartime pacts to enslave free peoples But the man the President nom inated for ambassador to Moscow vigorously defended the Yalta agreement in a confirmation hear ing before the committee Monday According to a committee state ment Charles E Bohicn said it was not the negotiation but Rus sian violation of the Yalta agree ment which caused the trouble New Snow Storm Moves into Iowa DES MOINES new snow storm moved inlo Iowa Tuesday on the heels of a snow and ice storm which made highways haz ardous in many sections Tuesday Up until noon moderate to heavy snow had been reported in the La 0 11 u m w a and Knoxyille areas At Knoxville according to the Highway Patrol visibility was only about 500 feet The Weather Bureau said wet snow would spread northward ovec Southern and Central Iowa Tues day afternoon and night accum ulating to a depth of 2 to 4 inches in the Shcnandoah Creston Ames Ottumwa Oskaioosa and Waterloo areas Rain mixed with snow was ex pected in Southeast Iowa and there is a chance of freezing rain in ad dition to snow in the Iowa City Cedar Rapids vicinity the weather bureau said rAII About SAD MISSIONPvt Irwin Rietz 21 of Rock 11 holds his tnothermlaw Mrs Margarita Bardsley of San Diego Gal after his arrival from Korea He had thesad mission of accompanying home the body of his twin brother kdwin who died in his arms on Heartbreak Ridge in Korea The Weather Mason City Light snow ending Tuesday night with low 10 to 15 Iowa Wet snow spreading north ward over south and east por tions Minnesota Partly cloudy to cloudy Tuesday night and Wednesday GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Tuesday Maximum 28 Minimum 20 At 8 a m 23 Precipitation 01 YEAR 25 Mini muni v ;

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