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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 10, 1953, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper HOMEEDITIOK 3N CITY GLOBEGAZE THE PAPER THAT MAKIS AIL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS L LIX Associated Press and United Press Full wires Seven Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY MARCH 10 mi Senate Sticks to Triangular Oleo Package for Homes DBS MOINES Iowa Senate rejected a House amendment to the yellow oleo bill Tuesday which would le housewives buy the spread in any form they desire Senate by a 32 to 18 vote stuck to its own de cision that all yellow oleo should be cut into triangular quarter pounds soit could not be mistaken for but ter Returned to House Senators wrote the triangle re quiremcnt back into the bill and returned it to the House If thc House doesnt go with the Senate a joint conference commit tee will be named to try to work out a compromise The Senate originally passed the bill with an amendment by Sen Say Commie Front Earl Fishbaugn RShenandoah re quiring that alf yellow oleobe cu Jh triangles TheHouse had knocked This Paper Consists ot Two Ooo Red Chinese Bolster Ties With Russians Commie Front Is Invincible MOSCOW Com munist leader Mao TseTung said Tuesday the ChineseSoviet Com munist front was invincible Mao In a statement published by the Soviet Communist party news paper Pravda said Chinese and Soviet Communists were bound to gether in a front of friendship and solidarity He said this friendship was in destructible and generated forces that are inexhaustible and genuinely invincible Moscow foreign observers1 said Maos statement appeared to be Red Chinas recognition of new Soviet Premier Georgi M Malen kov as head of the international Communist movement The statement was published in Mondays Peiping Peoples Daily and printed Tuesday in Pravda Moscow newspapers also pub lished a message from Ho Chi Minn leader of the IndoChinese Communist rebels saying we sol emnly vow to follow the pathof Marx and Engels Lenin and Sfalin and to struggle decisively for the unity and independence of our coun try and for peace democracyand expressed regret that due to the great he could not attend Stalins funeral The Chinese leader warned that because of their the Soviet and Communists were not afraid oranyjmperiat 1st aggression Any imperialist aggression will be crushed by us allbase provo cations will end in collapse Map said in a statement in the Coni nnmist parly newspaper Pravda Maos statement coincided with the Russian appointment ofa new ambassador to Communist China Americaneducated Deputy For eign Minister Vasili Vassilyevich Kuznelsov was named to replace Semenpvich Panyush kin The latter once Soviet am bassador to the United States will be transferred to other work an announcement said CORONATION EXPENSE LONDON Prime Minister Churchills government announced Tuesday it plansto spend almost 4V2 million dollars on the pomp and circumstance required for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II June 2 out the requirement for oleo solt for household use only Sen De Vere Watson R Council Bluffs an oleo backer said the House had amended the bill in a compromising spirit and urged Support But Sen J Kendall Lynes R Belle Plaine1 a dairy supporter said the House rplan would dea1 the Iowa i dairy industry a bodj blow No Compromise Fislibaugh said he could see no compromise im the House plan and it be killed Watson said that under the House amendment Oleo sold to restau rants and institutions still would have to be cut into triangles If you believe the health of Iowa will not be endangeredby yellow oleo then the Hguse amendment should be passed he said But the dairy forces beat down the planin a roll call vote In other legislative action the House sent to the Senate by a vote of 918 a bill to use two mil ion dollars in World War I Bonus Board funds for construction of nursing home at the State Soldiers Home in Marshalllown Final Vote The final vote came after defeat oy a vote of 7521 an attempt by Rep R 0Burrows Jr Belle Plaine to amend the bill so that the money would be taken from the states 30 million fund dollar reserve The House also defeated 8021 Burrows attempt to provide that the money come from the state gen ral rAH About The Weather Msson City Partly cloudy to cloudy Tuesday night Occasional light ram Wednesday Iowa Wednesday mostly cloudy and mild with occasional light ram or drizzle Wednesday mostly some local light rain Minnesota cloudy south GloberGazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum 49 Minimum 32 At 8 am 36 OH Stevenson the man who lost to Dwight Eisenhower for the presidency gets a lesson on how to eat poi Hawaiis traditional dish of pasty taro root mash In Honolulu for a short stay Adlai is coached by Elizabeth Among Hawaiis Democratic national cornmitteewpman Kibitzing is John A Burns Democratic central committee chairman AFTER TEAAT THE WHITE Chiang Kaishek weo the ChineseJNFationalist Generalissimo poses and Mrs Eisenhower afte the visitor from Formosahad tea with the Eisenhowers Revolt Over Church Probe Group Raps Velde Remark WASHINGTON W Chairman Veldes proposal that the House UnAmerican Activities Committee search for Communists among the nations clergymen ran into stiff opposition Tuesday from other committee members The Illinois Republican target n recent weeks of criticism from hree Washington churchmen said Monday night the committee may get into the its nintforReds Disagrees Violently Rep Kearney second ranking committee member told newsmen he disagrees violently vith Veldes proposal I am ab solutely opposed to it andlam demanding that the subject be dis cussed fully by the committee he said Rep Waller top minor ty member announced that he vill offer a resolution jroup tomake committee approv il necessarybefore any investiga ion can be made He said the move was aimed at preventing the committee chair nan from undertaking probes oh iis own decision Kearney Walter and other mem icrs said the committee has not onsidered the possibility of seei ng oiit Communists among cler gymen Velde offered his proposal in a adio interview He said he ouldnt tell at this time wheth r any probe would be into some f the organizations which are af ilialcd with the various church s or whelher it would be iridi iduals Be Individuals But he added I would rather resume it would be individuals Bishop G Bromley Oxnam of He Methodist Church who was ne of thoseto criticize Velde last month in a statement Is Mr Veldes new interest due 0 criticisms recently made by lergy of methods used in jnves 1 gallons I believe the Communist Party s a conspiracy and that conspira qrs should be discovered tried ndif guilty punished I believe Trygve Lie Explains His Policy of Firing U S Reds UiNITED NATIONS NY Trygve Lie goes before the United Nations GeneralAssenibly Tues day to perhaps policy to rid the world organization of American subversives The Assembly meets in plenary session to start its de hat duty than mittee i Mr Veldes com Needed for Elections CHAMPAIGN III machine that compresses time in relation to sounds was announced today by University of Illinois scientists It might be used for instance to Make a popular singers record ingsbetter cut the Minute Waltz down to 45 seconds compress long winded speeches and save radio and television air time Themachines inventors describe it this way Suppose have a board fence of given length Pull out every other board and throw it away Then shove the remaining boards close together You still have a fence butit is shorter The device works by chopping words or music into tiny sections throwing some of the sections away and shoving the rest close to gether Compressions of 10 per cent are not noticed and av much 50 per cent of the speaking or musicaltime can be thrown away and still leave the subject matter understandable bate of Lies policy of at ion with the United States in its loyalty check on the almost 2000 Americans in the UN Secre tariat Twentyfour hours laler the Security Council will hold the first of a series of closeddoor meetings o seek a successor to Lie The burly Norwegian resigned as sec Lake Passes School Bonds A bond issue to finance a nevy elementary school building rctarygeneral last November but at Clear Lake was passed by only agreed to stay on until a successor is chosen Meanwhile the Assemblys Po itical Committee which Monday finished its inconclusive debate on the Korean issue scheduled a morning session on the Greek de mand that Iron Curtain countries return some 3000 war prisoners who the Athens government con Lends they still hold The Korean fssuc will be placed before the full AssemblyWednesday Debate on Lies personnel pol icies was demanded byIndia and several other UN members who feared the firing of Americans suspected oC disloyalty or subver sive activity might spread 0 non American employes as well The personnel issue began to develop last spring when the Sen ate Internal Security subcommit tee FBI is far better qualified for tec and later a NewYork federal flll4tr J i i i grand jury started investigations of alleged subversion in the UN Seen Victims Police Seek Teenager 1 r 1 in Death of Two Girls ng at before SPRING VALLEY NY olice searched Tuesday for an un dentified teenage boy who was ieen watching two little girls play a childrens home shortly attacked and murdered by a sex fiend in a near by forbidden forest Police Chief Abe Stern of Ram ipo Township said about 15 boys vere roundedup forquestioning le saidhe hoped to find the killer a processof elimination A house mother at the Lakeside School told officers she saw a boy ibout or 18 years old intently vatching Marjorie Boudreau 8 md Esther Nagy 5 as they played n the grounds of the institution children A few hours later the bodies of the two girls were found in a snowcovered wooded area nearby which was known to children at the school as a forbidden forest They were never supposed to enter it alone Marjorie had been killed by a heavy blow on the head Esther had been stabbed to death A physician saidboth girls were sex ually molested Stern said he and his aides be lieved they were getting closer fo a solution of the crime which terrified many parents in this remote section on thcx west bank of the HudsonHivcr an 18 vote margin Monday as vo ters balloted in the school elec tions througho6t Iowa The vote was 650 to 403 with 632 needed for the 60 per cent majority required by Iowa law Clear Lake voters also reelected incumbent Earl Noll to the school board together wilh John Perkins The vote was Noll G60 Perkins 645 and Dr 1 D Hugins 582 In Clear Lake 1077 persons voted Kimbley Bound to Grand Jury Hurley Red Kimbley 39 ar rested last Thursday by sheriffs officers after they used tear gas to drive him from his Rock Falls home waived preliminary hearing before B R Dunn in Mason City Police Court Tuesday on a charge of attempting to commit a public offense Judge Dunn hound Kimbley over to the April term of the grand jury Kimbley is being held in the Ccrro Gordo County jail in lieu of bond Kimbley was taken into custody by sheriffs officers last Thursday after his wife Marjorie called au thorities and said that her hus band had threatened her and her two teenage children After rout ing Kimbley from the house offi cers found an empty 12gauge shotgun in the Kimbleys bedroom SAME ilson Hints at Heavier Strikes in Korean War ExArmy Officer Reveals Shows7 for Dignitaries LOUISViLL13 Ky Louisville Times in acopy Jited story Tuesday quoted a former Army officer as saying Army artillery in Korea has been firing hundreds of shells in shows for visitingdignitaries despite thecur rent furorover charges of munition shortages there In Washington however Gen James A Van Fleet said the re port was not true aiid Rep Short chairman of the House Armed Services Committee described it as poppycock Van Fleet former Eighth Army commander in Korea declined fur her comment The Army had re ferred queries about the story to Van Fleet has been an outspoken iritic of the Armys ammunition supply since his return to the United Slates The story written by Edward DNeill Times city editor ideh ified the exofficer as Garnctl Dick of Louisville a former lieu enant colonel who commanded an irtillery battalion on the Central Front in Korea for seven months le was quoted as saying he had aken part In three such shows last September one of them for con gressmen The same Hung was going on all along the said He added that everyone was trying to make a good impression with superiors and thai talk about the shows was common among Armj men in Korea The Times said Dick also do claretl six helicopter landing spoti were carved out of a mountain side by engineer troops so Ihc vis iting congressmen would not have o ride to the observation post in jeeps on their September visit Dick said the show for the con gressmen was conducted Sept 10 from the personal observation post of Maj Gen Wayne Smith who at thai lime was commander of the th Division He identified the con gressmcn as Representatives Dcwey Short J Frank Wil son DTex and Leon Gavin Il members of the House Armed Forces Committee BULLETINS WIESBADEN Germany Two Sovietmade MIG15 jet fighter coming from Czechoslo vakia Tuesday attacked and shot down an American F84 jet fight er plane about 10 mites inside the American of Germany US Air Force headquarters an nounced i UNITED NATIONS NY Secretary General Trygve Lie delivered an unprecedented at tack on a UN member Tuesday charging Russia with using the crudest form of pressure against him because of his stand oppos ing Communist aggression jn Korea THOMAS MARTIN Martin Candidate for Senate in 54 WASHINGTON S E e p Thomas E Martin CO of Iowa City got a jump on potential low rivals Tuesday by announcing ii candidacy for the Republican nomination for US senator in 1954 The veteran congressman 14 years a member of the House from the First Iowa District had bannedhis Senate announcement or Wednesday noon Premature niblicalion in an Iowa City morn ng newspaper he said caused him to change his liming to Tues day He will seek the seat now held Iowas Democratic junior sen ator Guy M Gillette of Cherokee Gillette lias not made formal mi louncement of his intentions for next year Several otherRepublicans have jeen listed speculatively as pos sible candidates in the 1954 pri maries They include GovWilliam S Beardslcy US Hep James Jolllver of Ft Dodge Mrs II C loughlon of Red Oak National ommilteeman Robert Goodwin of es Moines and Robert L Larson ormer altorneygeneral 6f now a justice of the Iowa Supreme Court US Rep Ben Jensen of Exira likewise has had sonic men ion as a possible aspirant ArmyDemes Shortage of Shells But to Borrow Shells of Navy WASHINGTON hint iven investigating senators Tues ay that increased ammunition upplies soon will permit heavier lows at the Communists in Korea a more active type of opera ions as Secretary of Defense Wil on put it The senators heard loo that tha rmy is arranging to borrow heavjf alibrc shells from the Navy Yel the Armys top general dff ied again that there has ever een any ammunition shortageol onsequence in Korea as charged y Gen James A Van Fleet re iring commander of lhe Eighth Hear Officials The Senate Armed Services Com nittec digging into Van Fleets complaints of a serious sometimes critical his 22 months jn succes DELIVERS PLANES BELGRADE Yugoslavia In a driving sleet storm the United Stales delivered four jet fighfer lancs to Yugoslavia Tuesday LESLIE O HAWKINS CURTIS AMEN members of the Mason City school board were reelected in Mondays balloting Leslie G Hawkins appointed after the resignation of Dr George Crabb in December topped the ticket with 1027 votes leading in all four wards Also reelected was President Curtis Amen with 950 Dr R 0 Masters received 766 votes and Dan C Swickard 371 Hawkins was chairman of the Mason City Citizens Survey Committee three years Table Pag 12 1 son Secretary Wilton told them production is am munition soon be available to give the Eighth Army command considerable in deter there should be more active type of operations 2 Secretary of the Armj RoWrf Stevens He related thaV on visit to Korea last December he de cided that the overall ammunition situation was reasonably satisfac ory under present conditions bu6 hat improvement was needed as o certain larger caliber projec iles Stevens said he had arranged to borrow from the Navy 685000 of 105 MM ammunition from he Marine Corps stocks which sllhough requiring some renova ion will improve our reserve posi ion 3 Gen J Lawton Collins Army chief of staff After highly lauding Van Fleet as a field commander Collins flatly disputed the short age charges He said There has never been a shortage of ammu lition in the hands of our troops unless some isolatedinstance bet cause of local difficulties distil mlion either to repel an attack hat actually developed or to con duct our own operations Reassure Collins said he wanted that un derstood not only to reassure tha American people and ttfeir United Nations partners who have troops n Korea but to give pause to tha enemy who might otherwise ba iiisled into further aggression be cause of a mistaken belief thaj such aggression would be uL Wilson said ammunition ion has been expanded rapidly in recent months He declared sup plies 5n Korea are adequate to meet present needs Wilson was first of a number of op level civilian and military eadcrs to testify Van Fleet retiring commander of the Eighth Army in Korea stirred up the controversy over ammunition shortages by public and closeddoor testimony before Senate committees last week Showdown For what senators called Tues days showdown Van Fleet acetoface with Wilson Secretary of the Army Stevens Gen J Collins Army Chief ol Staff and other Pentagon Although the hearing was behind closed doors prepared statements by Chairman Saltonstall RMass and Secretary Wilson were handed o reporters outside v Sallonstall told the military and defense leaders that Congress and he public are seriously about conflicting reports as to idequacy of ammunition supplies available to our fighting forces Sorea Wilson indicated in his state ment that he and President Eiserf hower had gonetlintp the jqiiestioa of ammunitionshortages llVVi i i t   

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