Mason City Globe Gazette, March 23, 1953

Mason City Globe Gazette

March 23, 1953

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 23, 1953, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper HOME EDITION MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH lOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LIX Press and United Pnas fall Lease Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY MARCH 23 1953 Jhls Consists of Two One No Itt One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL Managing Editor A World Order Based on LAW TTS fortunate for the challenging cause of world order based on law that Norman Cousins took time out from his breadwinning busi ness of reading and appraising the books of others to write one of his own My guess is that his book will have greater value and sig nificance than 99 out of 100 of the volumes dealt with by this brilliant young man as editor of the always stimulating Saturday Review of Literature Titled Who Speaks for Man the Cousins book stales most elo quently the case for United World Federalism with which for sev eral years he has been actively associated Adlai Stevenson during his vacation trip to Barbados took time out to read the Cousins book and in his review of it for the Sat urday Review alluded to it as a formidable brief in the case for en law Thats the lawyers reaction to it Who Speaks for Man On the front jacket of the 318 page book from the Macmillan Press beneath the title Who Speaks for Man is this penetrat ing observation drawn from one of the chapters within Belonging to a nation man has nations that can speak for him Belonging to a religion man has re ligions that can speak for him Be longing to an economic and social order man has economic or po lilical orders that can speak for him But belonging to the human race man is without a spokes man That sort of hits you as a chal lenge It piques your interest and whets your curiosity You wondei if this lack of a spokesman for the individual as a member of the hu manraceis something that can be remedied Youre conditioned for Bitter Speech in UN Czechs Rip Into US for AntiRed Efforts UNITED NATIONS N Y satellite Czecho slovakia ripped into the United States Monday for allegedly Drying to subvert that countrys Communist regime U S Delegate Henry Cabot Lodge Jr immediately re plied that the Red Czech government which seized power in some soberthinking about role in an atomic age Its a Book of your Commies Launch Fierce Assault Say Hiss Reported on UN to Lie WASHINGTON officer Monday security described the State Department office of Alger Hiss as the reservoir from which names of more than 477 American job seekers were sent to the United Nations If your prime interest is in find Ing entertainment Jjshould wars you against this Norinah Cousins book It has a few wellspacec smiles but no bellylaughs hasten however to add that the story is charged with hope The author takes no dim view of the potentialities of the human animal There are he observes At one point deeper resources of cour age and regeneration in human beings than any of the philoso phers had dared to believe At the same time however Mr Cousins studiously avoids both the appearance and the fact of mini mizing the problem of survival in our atomicage or the oversimpli fication of any aspect of its solu tion He faces up to the Russian situation andthe harrier it consti tutes in any path to peace Would he keep Russia outside the program for maintaining the peace within the framework of the United Nations Not at all Quite the contrary He hopes that Russia will feel required to join up on a basis of enlightened selfinterest Communism Isnt Everthing Nor does Ke view Russia or Com munism as the sole consideration in our pursuit of peace Even if Communism caved in and disap peared from the world scene Cousins reasons there still remain the threat of World War III One tyranny has always been succeeded by another and usually worse tyranny Europe he observes WASHINGTON State De partment official testified Monday that Alger Hiss made unofficial reports to the United Nations in 1946 on Americans seeking UN jobs William L Franklin special as sistant to the departments security director told a House Judiciary Subcommittee that department tiles show Hiss sent lists of names o UN Secretary General Trygve Lie despite a hands off policy adopted by then Secretary of State James F Byrnes Jail Term In 1946 Hiss was director of the State Departments office of spe cial political affairs He is now serving a jail term on conviction of perjury for denying that he passed secrets to the Communists while he was in the State Depart ment The House Judiciary Committee is looking into reports of Commu rust infiltration among Americans employed by the UN Before Franklin look the witness chair the subcommittee made pub lie a letter from Byrnes now gov ernor of South Carolina saying he alone was responsible for the pol icy of his administration that the State Department would make no recommendations as to Americans applying for jobs with the UN He denied specifically that Hiss hat anything to do with formulating this policy 3day coup detat in 1948 itself the chief example f subversion in modern times and as in no position to accuse the S of it Bitter Blast The bitter blast against the U S of the strongest ever heard the over the UNs 0 nation Political Committeeas hat group returned from a week nd during which many delegates ad tried to assess reported peace novcs by the Kremlin The peech by Czech Foreign Minister aclav David dashed hopes at east temporarily L N Palar of Indonesia had uggested that the committee post one discussion of the Czech barges and take up an omnibus olish peace plan instead He said been chewed up by war continuous ly since there was a Europe to fight centuries before anyone ever heard of Lenin or Stalin Norman Cousins in his book Who Speaks for Man doesnt spend much time on the question of whether world government is pos sible Rather he takes the position that it is inevitable and not to be changed by mere argument Which Shall It Be World government he maintains Is inevitable because the world has become a geographic unit am the means and the power are a1 hand to give it organization The real questions he adds are these Will it come in time to avert a new war Will it come about as the fesuli Of a war What kind of government will it be Will it be a government o clearly defined and limited pow ers t Or will it be a world totalitarian The alternative to the kind world government envisioned by him and his fellow World Federal tots is the Communist world gov t CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 Des Moines Woman Dies in Shooting DES MOINES UP A young 3es Moines woman was shot to lealh and her brother serious vounded in a North Side horn Monday and police arrested a bar ber for1 questioning The woman Mrs Harry Durell ibout 30 was found dead in he ionic Her brother John Funaro 23 Des Moines was shot in th arm back and shoulder He wa aken to Broadlawns Hospital in serious condition George F Kintsley 58 a hole barber was arrested walkin about six blocks from the house Police said hehad blood hi lands and face Dr Walter Anderson countj coroner said Mrs Durell a divor cee was shot three times in th ack once in the chest and possi bly in other places Anderso planned to Xray her body Police found a 32 caliber revolv er across the street from th house Blaze Destroys Cafe at Creston CRESTON ft A five hour fir Sunday gutted the Palms Cafe ii downtown Creston and caused con siderable damage to a roomin house above the eating place The blaze brokeout in the base ment Twelve persons in the room above the cafe fled to safety a did cafe employes and customers Four other persons in two seconc floor apartments next door to th cafe also got out safely The basement was a mass o flames and fire had broke through to the first floor of th building when Creston firemen ar rived They later were joined b fire companies from nearby towns V his might create an atmosphere which highlevel EastWest eace talks could take place After both a Soviet bloc spokes lan and Lodge killed this move alar withdrew his suggestion and le committee plunged into the impestuous subversion debate Old Charges David repeated old S o y i c I harges that the US Mutual Sc urity Act of June 1952 set up a 100 million fund to finance subvcr ion and espionage in Eastern Communist China As oon as he finished speaking Lodge ook the floor for a glovesoff at ack on Davids Red government He claimed that Valerian A Russian delegate to the into Prague from Mos with sixRussian generals to parkplug the Red takeover of hat country All the features of a Soviet plice state had appeared in wha aad been a democratic country after the third day of Communist power tactics Loclge declared He said the Czech takeover was preconceived plan put through y Moscow N J Lee Veteran Attorney Dies at SO ESTHERVILLE Nel son J Lee former member of the owa General Assembly and the oldest practicing attorney in Em met County died at his home here Sunday He was 80 Death was attributed to a cor onary occlusion Judge Lee a lifelong Republi can was a member of the 32nd and 33rd state Legislatures and was a member of the committee which drafted the present stale primary election law W P FOSTER Turnkey 73 Kills Three in Foiling Break FT WORTH Tex MVA 73year old turnkey fired two pistols into a band of seven escaping prisoners Sunday killing three and wound ng another Chief Turnkey W P Foster hereby stopped the second at erripted break in a little more than a month from the Tarrant County Jail Three others in the mob that rushed the jailers office Sunday morning fled back into the jail and were beaten into submission by a Negro trusty Ten prisoners fled here Feb 18 them Floyd Hill Alcalraz parole violator chargedin a 000 robbery remains Three of those in Sundays at tempt had beeii recaptured after the February break One Jpf those killed was Bobby Dean Baker 18 indicted for armed robbery A moment before his violent end Baker told his follow ers Were goingfor blood and death Loyd D Leshcr 17 held on car theft charges also died He had been Bakers confederate in the earlier break William Howard Fort 20 jailed for car theft also was fatally wounded 3500 Men in Fight on Old Baldy Allies Retreat From Hill Post SEOUL Tuesday Wl A fierce Chinese assault by up to 3500 men hit Allied positions arountl Old on the Western Front early Tuesday The Eighth Army said the Chi nese jumped off Monday night against Allied positions about 8 pm From there it built up to n heavy blow in the early morning hours Fall Back Allied troops foil buck from nearby Pork Chop Hill and fight ing still was raging on Old Baldy at last report Old Baldy 11 miles west of Chor won overlooks one of the main in vasion routes to Seoul It was by far the heaviest fight Ing of the year The Chinese struck first Mon day night with two companies about 350 men against two for ward positions on the lower end of TBone Hill andwere driven off in an hour and 45 minutes battle At the same time about 350 Chi nese hit an outpost in the White Want Attacks WASHINGTON senti ment for a more aggressive strat egy in the deadlocked Korean War was evident Monday among senators who heard Gen James Al Van F I e et detail his com plaints that American forces there dont have enough ammuni tion Pholo ly KcllojJe warm ICE CREAM ice on Clear Lake was so honeycombed by the recent rmweather that it was all splinters and crystals when the high windSaturday piled it on the north shore The picture was taken at the cottage of Miss Ma son City The ice wnspiled 12 feet deep there and along the adjacentcottages of F W Osrmmdson Mason City T J Irish Forest City and the yeararoiind home of Dr H Buchleilcr Clear Lake Osmiindson reported Hint the ice was pushed about 30 feet hi 0 min utes as thewind drove it up on the shore The hail storm at the limci limited visibility to a few feet but the roar nnd the slowly moving ice was terrifying to see ard hear He hnd driven to Clear Lake just to watch the ice go out in the wind A ramp leading from the base ment of the Osmundson cottage to the shore was filled with ice to a depth of six or seven feet against the foundation 30 feet from the shoreline SAME Ullnck flagr means traffic death In past 21 sEJeet recently retired be cause of after nearly two years as Allied field commander in Korea called for harderhit ting attacks on the Reds But he said he doubts United Nations forces have enough ammunition to repel any major offensive Communists might mount Horse Mountain sector of the Cen tral Front Fighting was continu ing The two onslaughts broke a day of relative quiet which had seen South Korean raiders roast Red bunkers and trenches with home made jellied gasoline bombs in two strikes on the Eastern Front Scorched Bunkers The troops counted a dozen dead North Koreans and more were be lieved caught in the scorched bunkers the US Eighth Army re ported The jerrybuilt bombs were met al ammunition boxes filled with jellylike napalm the clinging core used in aerial firebombs The ROKs popped their fire boxes into Bed positions on two craggy hills held by two North rcan platoons Only small clashes were report ed elsewhere along the west front soaked by a night of rain The heavy weather pinned down Allied warplanes Monday morning but later Sabre jets flew over Northwest Korea in a fruitless MIGhunting swing fight on Boh fen Rages Will Keep Rent Controls CAUGHT to the root of thematter Det Lt Arthur Schultheis left and Det James Kelly hold Ramon Rivera 22 down in the dental chairas Dr Emanuel Rosenwasser examines upper right bicuspid rRossenwasser identified Rivera as man who heid him up and shot him after asking for and getting a dental Xray examination March G in New York Tells Solution of Surplus on Farms CHICAGO Uls secretary of agriculture told dairymen Mon day that if they adjust their pro duction to the markets and do a good selling job the surplus prob lem will be gone The secretary Ezra Taft Benson summed up his views this way There is no overall surplus of dairy products Actually there ex ists a great shortage of milk to meet our full needs rAII About The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy Monday night and Tuesday Cooler Iowa Partly cloudy Tuesday a few snow flurries extreme north Minnesota Considerable cloudiness Monday night and Tuesday with occasional snow flurries GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Monday Maximum 56 Minimum 32 At 8 am 34 Precipitation 17 RFC to Be Killed in 1954 FROM THE WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON The fight over approving Charles E Chip Boh len as ambassador to Russia flared in the Senate Monday afternoon after President dur ing a meeting of congressional leaders decided to stand pat on Bohlens nomination Also decided at the meeting was to 1 extend the present rent control law until OcL 1 2 let the Reconstruction Finance Cor poration die June 30 1954 Lie Test In the fight over Bohlen Sen McCarthy RWis called for the ambassadordesignate to submit to a Jie detector test on certain se curity information he said is in Bohlens files McCarthy fighting Bohlens nomination io be ambassador to Russia came out with this as the Senate moved through the first of what is expected to be three days ot hot debate on Bohlen He Sen Bridges RNII and others have been pressing for President Eisenhower to withdraw the nomination But at a forenoon meeting with Senate Leader Taft Eisenhower made it plain he was not going to do that but would see the contro versy through according to Taft Taft the Senate majority leader and Chairman Wiley RWis ol the Foreign Relations Committee had a private meeting with Eisen hower after the regular Monday morning conference of GOP con gressional leaders with the Presi dent No Afterward Taft told newsmen there had been no change in the position of the President Wi ley or himself on the controvcrsia nomination Ilent controls will expire April 30 unless extended by Congress The present law provides for rent ceilings on more than million housing units including those in critical defense areasand in cities where localgovernmentshave re quested ceilings Congressional leaders said liqui dalion of the HFC already 3s under way The decision to let the organiza tion die was announced by House Speaker Martin RMass after the congressional conference He Took Advice Well ST LOUIS the strange story of how one man stopped driving E Schwentter made a sharp turn in front of truck back in 1934 The irate truck driver gave him Ushjng advised him to stop driving He did His new car was never driven again Thestorycame outwith the filing ofan inheritance Ux apprais ers report on Schwentlers estate in probate court He died in 1951 at the age of 90 The 1934 Ford was foundiacked upin a garage behind his home The speedometer showeda total of 58 miles Bqbcock of New Hampton Named for Job in Paraguay 0 Babcock of New Hampton la lias been appointed Director of Technical Cooperation m Paraguay for the Institute of C QRowe acting president of the Mon clay As Latin Arnedcan gipnal Office for the Techni cal Cooperation Administration the Institute of InterAmerican Af fairs directs all U S Point 4 ac tivities in 19 Latin American Re publics As director of Technical Co operation in Paraguay Mr Babcock will administer one of the most comprehensive Point 4 pro grams in the other Americas Mr Babcock has had wide ex perience as administrator and con sultant in both Government and private business His Government experience includes service with the Departments of Slate and Ag riculture the Economic Coopera tion Administration and the Civil Service Commission Mr Babcock served for three years during World War II with the U S Army advancing to the rank of Lt Colonel His foreign experience includes service with the U S Army Military Govern ment in Tunis Algiers and Italy and service with the Department of Stale in Greece Germany France Switzerland and Italy A cooperative technical assist ance program has been going on in Paraguay since 1942 chiefly in the basic fields of health and sani tation agriculture and education Under the expanded Point 4 pro gram additional activities in the fields of transportation statistics and public administration have been added Paraguay has consistently done more than her share in the Point 4 program In 1951 the last year for which corriplete figures are available Paraguayan contribu tions to the joint operating fund were more than three times those of the United States The number of Paraguayans working in the pro gram was twentyfive times as JAMES O BABCOCK great as the number of U Si tech nicians In agriculture the technical assistance program has influenced the lives of great num bers of farmers and their families Food supplies have been increased through developing improved seeds introducing new crops and demonstrating better methods of cultivation fertilizing and spraying dairy and stocks have been improvedby in traducing new breeds of cattle and fruit trees have beengrown aHd distributed DIES OF INJURIES EAGLE GROVIiJ L Dencklau 35 bfnear Duncombe died suf fered Saturdayin twocar crash two of here on High way60 4 t f ;