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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 27, 1953, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper HOME EDITION GITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LIX Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY MARCH 27 1953 This Paper Consists at Two One Probers Rap GOP Chairman fo r No 144 Hopes High tor Destroying Polio NTPAV VOPK flTIil A rili NKVV YORK UP A research scientist gave the American public highhope Friday that the day is in sight when paralytic polio will be fought with a vaccine to make it as rare a disease as smalt pox But the scientist who has reached the experimental stage with such a vaccine urged anxious parents to sit tight Careful study and tests still must be made be fore the v a c c i n e can be pro nounced a success or a failure News of the important develop mentcame from Dr Jonas E Salk director of the Virus Re search Laboratory of the Univer sity of Pittsburgh He is bringing to its final stages a 15yearold ef fort by the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis to find a vaccine that will give every man woman and child an immunity against polio Salk has given a detailed and thorough scientific account of his work to the medical profession in the Journal of the American Medi cal Association He told the public Well in Hand Marines Push Way to Peak of Hill in FierceWar Fighting SEOUL Korea Marines battled their way to the top of bloodsoaked Vegas Hill Friday night and re ported they had the situation Veil in hand after a savage 8hour fight One counterattacking Marine force was shot to hell in the fierce struggle but another made its way up the steep rocky slope in the face of murderous enemy fire until it reached the top trenches Flashing bayonets and hurling jrenades the Marines battered their way into the Red held trenches circling the summit A bloody fight raged for final pos session of the Western Front hill We are oh the top a Marine officer leading the cburiterattack reported by radio The situation is well in hand Vegas Hill was one of two out Senate Near Vote to OK Ambassador Plea to Keep Tempers Checked WASHINGTON OrVThe Senate pressingtoward a vote onthe riohi a ui uui ination of Charles E ChipBoblen PpstscapturcLby the Reds Thurs to be ambassadorto Russia heard a plea from Sen Welker RIdaho Friday for eventempered discus President Eisenhowers prestige directly involved over whelming approval of Bohlen seemed assured once the roll was sion Wit h called Got Hot Welker opposing the nomina tion said he deplored the fact that tempers seemed to get a little hot during Wednesdays debate among the Republicans He told his GOP colleagues that the Demo crats got hilarity out of their dis pute Nearly all the critics of Boh len are Republicans Democratic Leader Johnson of Texas jumped to his feet to say he was not gleeful over the dispute and not getting any hilarity but of it On the contrary Johnson said he was saddened No Animosity Welker said he had no animos ity towards those who differ with him and support Bohlen This is no time to get mad and abuse each other he said On Wednesday there was a sharp floor dispute between Sen Knowland of California chairman of the Senate GOP Policy Com mittee and Sen McCarthy RWis one of Bohlensopponents Public galleries were packed for the anticipated showdown on Boh len BULLETIN WASHINGTON UP French Premier Rene Mayer Friday called on the nations fighting Communism to adopt a common strategy in the Korean and Indo Chinese wars rAll About The Weather Mason City Continued fair with little change in temperature Iowa Mostly fair Friday night and Saturday a little warmer Satur day Minnesota Mostly fair through Saturday f j1 i GlobeGazette weather data upto amFriday Maximum 50 Minimum 28 At 8 am 4 36 TEAR AGO Maximum 34 Minimum 12 dayflight in a 3500man attack against 10 Marine positions 25 miles southwest of Old Balcly mountain The other outpost lost to the enemy Reno Hill The Ma r ine counter attack against Vegap began shortly before noon It climaxed the weeks sec ond battle for control of hills guarding vital invasion routes to Seoul The first battle was fought for possession of Old Baldy The Chi nese succeeded in capturing it Thursday Overhead 5th Air Force and Marine fighterbombers hurled 350000 pounds of bombs and 30000 pounds of flaming napalm on Chi nese troops in the Marine sector and on Old Baldy The rain of flames and redhot shrapnel brought the twoday total of high explosives dropped from the air to morethan a halfmillion pounds about it Thursday night Jn a na tionwide radio broadcast Salk announced that the vaccine has been used safely and success fully in preliminary trials on 90 children and adults Afterbeing injected with the vac cine the bodies of these persons produced the same amount of anti bodies against all three types of polio as they would have produced if they had fought and survived attacks by the hree polio viruses It is by fighting and surviving dis easecausing viruses that a body develops immunity to a disease Salk appealed to both doctors and the general public to take a policy toward the vac hands off cine He said he is slill testing the vaccine in human beings and plans to test it in many more in ensuing months But he emphasized he is going to select the humans to be ve n tested on a strictly scientific basis vestigaling committee held Frida and only he and his associates will that Wesley Roberts violated the do the testing spirit of the slates lobbying law SIMULATED AIR ATTACKrCivil Defense officials counted 50 dead in Dallas Tex following a mock air raid in University Park f rpm Carswell Air Force base used smoke bombs andold autos were put into play along with victim volunteers U S Challenges Commies on Germ Warfare Charges UNITEDNATIONS N Y U S Friday chal enged Red China and North Korea to send all American 7nil tary personnel who have allegedly confessed to waging germ warfare to a neutral area for UN questioning Opening the spirit of the slates lobbying law in handling a 1951 building transac tion which netted him an fee Roberts now is chairman of the Republican National Committee In its findings based on a 10da inquiry the committee said Your committee is constrained to the view that while there is doubt there was a violation of letter of the law the committee is firmly convinced that there has been a violation of the spirit of the law The protection which it the lobbying law was designed to af ford to the people of this slate was deliberately and intentionally frus trated by Wes Roberts and Edgar Bennett Bennett is grand master of the Ancient Order of United Workmen an insurance order which engaged Roberts to sell the building to the state The committee report presented to both houses of the 1953 Legisla ture which had ordered the inves tigation said 1 Roberts did not register as legislative agent 2Roberts was employed by the AOUW for the principal purpose of effecting the sale of the AOUW building to the state j 3 That from the inception o such employment itwasJcaown to Bennett and Roberts tliitt such sale campaign to beat down charges that the United States S guilty of bacteriological warfare U S Delegate Ernest A Gross de nounced Communist use of ex erted confessions and proposed hat those from whom they had 3een obtained be sent to countries which didnot support UN action in Korea After a period of rest and recu peration he said those men Ports for vegetables said Orvilfe Thoreson i of Swea City president tva Vegetable Growers after arriving at the Vegetable Men See Ike Nix Supports We do not believe in price sup P would be questioned by an impar lial UN commission to verify c ariving a e deny the statements they allegedly Mason City airport Friday noon nnrio wViio nade while Red prisoners COYOTES NOT COMMUNIST HUNTING Gem James A Van Fleet right is shown after returning from a coy pte hunt on a rarich in Texas Nick Holt second from left is Van fleets former driver and bodyguard in Korea Shown at left 13 Coy Holt The boy is Jamie Van Fleet the generals grandson from Washington DCwhere he met with President Eisenhower ThorcsOn and 58 other vegetable leaders 34 stales attended a 20minute session with the Presi dent Tuesday in the Conference Room of the Hotel Raleigh Secre tary of Agriculture EzraBenson Was prevented from attending the meetingbecause of the USDA re organizational steps being taken Cautions Farmers WASHINGTON UP Secre tary of Agriculture Ezra T Benson cautioned potato grow ers against overplanting this season He said comparatively high prices of the past two seasons may have unduly influenced potato farmers 1953 plant this week said Thoreson Benson was represented by John Davis president of the Commodity Credit Corporation Thoreson said that the principle of selfhelp was strongly supported by the group which was called to Washington by the National Vege table Grovvers Association We were merely stating our position and trying to get a fair deal We had no special ideas to promote said Thoreson One of the purposes or the meet ing concernedparity and pricesTon 3SUrC suu anolhcr type of perishable crops The group spent was defeated by Tuesdayand Wednesday draftiriga of policies and recomto the Senate mendations which it approves Thoreson said the topics covered son who left Mason City by plane Monday to attend the meeting Violated Spirit of State Law Involved in 1951 TOPEKA A legislative in could be accomplished only through an act of the Legislature 4 the AOUW had an inter est in the sale and purchase of the building onihe State Sanato rium grounds at Norton Kan sep arate and apart from the Interest of the people of Kansas 5 That Roberts approached and met with members the State Board of Social Welfare for the purpose of securing from the joard its official recommendation o the House Ways and Means Committee during the 1951 session that the AOUW building be pur chased by i That Roberts approached the chairman of the Ways and Means Committee during the 1951 Legis ature and made inquiry cpncerh ng possible consideration of a pro xsal to make the purchase From his conversation the chairman took it for granted that was representing the state The committee said it is a mat er for the courts to decide whether t was necessary for the state 16 buy the building The investigative group said its nquiry had to do with the plan ned approach and the manner in vhich the result was accomplished vithout disclosing all of the facts icrtaining to the matter so that a ull determination might have been made prior to the appropriation and expenditure ium of money of a The 195L Legislature appropriat ed to buy the building rp u niv ouiiiv tnnu The committee said the question slip in another door as to why Roberts did not wish r tf i V o be identified or considered as that the Washington news legislative agent has not been are chapters of a explained handbag of Sherman tweed in a downtown Mason City store maicnmg Says McCarthy Fighting Ike M Speaker at Convention of Teachers President Eisenhower is not try ing to inhibit Senator McCarthy in any way onthetheory that if he is given enough rope he will hang himself 1250 teachers from North Iowa were told here Friday McCarthy is opposing the Presi dent and Secretary Dulles rather Charles E Bohlen who has een nominated for ambassador to Russia believes Esther Van Wag oner Tufty who was one of Ine speakers at the north central dis trict convention of the Iowa State Association One Area Didyou ever hear of a general who had enough ammunition she asked one questioner following her jreparcdspeech We must keep n mind she addedthat Korea is ust one area of the potential Avar front The meiv in the Pentagon must have ammunition ready for many other possible fronts Sen Tafts appointment to the foreign affairs committee at first vas a disappointment to her she she not old another questioner but elieycs now that if he had een a committee member with ts complete information he prob ably would have opposed Bohlens confirmation Mrs Tufty considers Bohlens an excellent appointment vas painted by Robert G Staines hief of the education section of he UN Staines who has held his present post for two years was ed ucated in Australia He taught at since he is a career man and above all speaks Russian Mrs Eisenhower is not trying o be another Eleanor but just saW Washington substantial e asngon sunsianuai coiummsl anc radio commentator lha doesmuch of the entertaining and thus relieves the President and at the same time lets her friends World oneness and the idea of a new development in an other Iowa House Approves Reapportionment Bill DES MOINES W The Iowa House which previously defeated several plans to reapportion the State Legislature Friday approved different version of rcapportion ment by a vote of 6732 Before final passage of the measure still another type of ie Vote of 6920 The bill now goes As passed the bill by a consti utional amendment would give i 99 members one from USDA goals and guides marketing each of the pres imports research transportation ent 108 members Nine of the most costs and consumption of vegepopulous counties nowhave two table products according to ThoreHouse members each ffm 11 VIM i The Senate membership of 50 would lie increased to 60 and the scnaloriar districts set up on a population basis Under the bill this would be the setup for the more populous coun ties Polk County would have five senators instead the present one Wopdbury Linn Scott and Black Hawk Counties would have two or three members each Under the present setup each has one ex cept that Black Hawk County now shares a senator with Grundy County Battle of Badges rank n h acab driver pulled u BfS Othei in a traffic The was a draw It all started Thursday night when Rep Carroll D Kearns got angry when a taxi cut in front bf the cab he was in Kearns orderedhis driver to overtake the cab imdVcuthim The driver did Kearns jumped out and Johnson the dnvcr of the other cab to come along to We of polices office When Johnson balked Kearns flashed his honorary polica badge saying Do you know who I v hen took out hls marshals badge which shows that he is a bailitt for a municipal court judge You cant do anything to me Johnson told thecongressman Im just asgood as you are Youre just a citizen The two agreed to settle the dispute in Police Chief Hoberf V Mur rays office After a conference Murray said no charges would be filed Jelke Gets 3 to 6 Years in Prison for Conviction NEW YORK F Jelke was sentenced to three o six years in prison Friday for inducing shapely models nlo a life of prostitution catering to cafe society playboys SNOTTl tif n A 1 i n vise Sidney wv v bentence was pronounced by General Sessions Judge L the 23 old story also were sugyearold heir to V million Jn thelr con oleomargarine fortune stood pale and frowning before the tench I In Workhouse already had begun an 8 workhouse sentence imposed week ago in Special Sessions for his Dossessionbf a pistol atthetime of bis 15 In pronouncing sentence Judga n I nnfo Trtl one sessions Staines Speaks The picture of world oneness before joining he UN and the teaching staff at Pronouncing sentence Columbia University Valente said Jelke during the lolumbia University Staines citctl the US as an ex impie of a community of one less Ho said that world one ness must start from a local com M JL m unity like Mason City arid rip pond to 1 IJAJIG month he has been in jail following his conviction by an allmale jury has adopted an attitude of eva sion rationalization and untruth ple out like water in other communities states and fi nally to an international familyof mankind Speaking on Education in a World Community Staines said hat the race betweeneducation of he catastrophe bc jan shortly after the ending of hos ilitiesof World War If He said hat race is still under way mainly jecause todays children face far 00 much thought of war the atom bomb and militarism Staines said that one way to com bat thisis the education of our children the idea of a community personalities coming rom our schools on the production ine basis He said that the edu ction of all peoples with the idea f a world community with one et of values for peace justice and ieedom is the key to oneness n the world Educational Bills Thc lack of progress on educa lonal bills in Ihe Iowa Legislature vas the subject of a report by Charles F Martin executive sec etary of the 1 S E A during the fternoon session The resolutions committee also one Nine other counties wpuld have one senator each instead of shar ing their senators with othercoun ties as Is generally the case now umnmiuee also Actor Erml s Apart from this selfserving evasiveness concerning m a my facets of his involvements he shows virtually no indication thai he has been generally moved by even the superficial of his behavior thecourt contin ued tn In fact heremains resistant to any true knowledge oLwrongdoing including its criminal aspect 7 Must Be Disciplined tT Judge Valente said Jelke must Se disciplined Uo recdgnizethe reality that hisposition of advantage does not make hima law consequencesof Jelke on Feb 27 was convicted on two felony counts of inducing and induce girlsinto prostitution Judge Valente tenced him today to aminimum of three a maximum of years on each count the sentences to run concurrently Name Errol Flynn in Tax Charges LOS Actor Errol aou PlirOU ments as a basis for increasing the Stafo hnHirof Lt j AT   

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