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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 14, 1953, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper HOME EDITION MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH JOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LIX Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY fOWA TUESDAYAPRIL 14 19S3 This Jacr Consists of Two Ono No 159 25 Aboard Missing Plane in Mountains GOP Chiefs Block Move on Tax Cut WASHINGTON Re publican leaders threw cold water Tuesday on Rep Daniel A Reeds latest maneuver to force a vote on his bill to cut income taxes Rep Charles A Halleck GOP floor leader predicted Reed will be unable to round up the 218 sig natures he needs on his petition to bring the measure to the floor right away The House Republican Policy Committee scheduled a secret meeting Tuesday afternoon11 and expected to pass the word to GOP members to avoid signing Reeds petition The bill would reduce individual income taxes by about 10 per cent starting July 1 It has been bottled up in the House Rules Committee by the GOP leadership because President Eisenhower insists that a tax cut must wait until a bal anced budget is at least in sight Reed chairman of the taxwrit ing Ways and Means Committee despaired of getting a green light from the Rules Committee Monday and filed a formal discharge pe tition If signed by 218 members majority of the full House would enable Reed to bypass the Rules Committee and bring up his bill for a floor vote MUNSAN Korea Hied trip from Norlh Korean prison planes flew guard Tuesday over the camps to Panmunjoni where GOO route of the first Red motor conAllied POWs will be traded for voy carrying sick and wounded UN 5800 Chinese and Communists be war prisoners slowly toward freeginning Monday Two more convoys were to leave An Air Force spokesman said the Norlh Korea Wednesday r senlinels and special secrel The UN probably will slarl mov a k e ing its 700 Chinese and 5100 North Korean sick and wounded by train trolled through the day over thick dom An air senlinels and special precaulions made a mist bombing virtually impossible The reconnaissance planes ff V Jt1 JiJ Vi IIJ JD1J Y clouds hiding North Korean roads spokesman said the 450 South Ko The Keds said the 20vehicle conrcans being relumed will have to voy was the first to slarl Ihe long be reindoclrinaled possibly for Seek Transfer of Ownership of Radio Station CHARLES CITY Wright manager of radio station KCHA announced that application for transfer of ownership of the sta tion has been filed with the Fed eral Communications Commission by Radio Inc of Charles City All stock of Radio Inc is presently held by Charles J Ellis of Charles City but upon approval by the FCC Wright said that he and Jack Frye will become stockholders in the corporation The station is now owned by the Inland Broadcasting Co with headquarters in Milwaukee Wis Dean Hollingsworth Cedar Rapids is president and Lee K Beznor Milwaukee is secretary Other owners are David Beznor Milwau kee Gerald A Bartell Milwaukee and Clair Miller Cedar Rapids Wright said that FCC action is ex pected by July 1 The station in Charles City went on the air for the first time Nov 27 1949 Wright stated that the present staff will be maintained and that he will continue as station manager He came to KCHA as station manager Dec 17 1950 The station has no network affiliation and Wright said that no such ar rangement is planned for the fu lure Man Killed in Tavern Scrap DES MOINES dance hall supervisor at the Union Tavern here shot and killed an elderly man early Tuesday when the pa tron apparently refused to leave police said Killed was Alfred Padgett 70 of Des Moines Dr Walter Anderson Polk County coroner ruled the death justifiable homicide Police said Padgett drew a knife on Supervisor Eldridge Morgan and slashed Morgans shirt and coat Morgan then fired three shots into Padgetts body police addedf Planes Guarding Route of POWs iVIUISSAN K0rca 1 i rl Irin fivim riv rj r pathis weekend Man in Crisis Turns to God Kuntz Says Congregationalists Meet at Lake CLEAR faced with destruction and death turns to the eternity of God Dr Paul G Kuntz associate professor of phil osophy and religion at Grinnell Col lege GrinneJl Tuesday told the spring meeting of Congregational hristian Churches of the North entral Association Dr Kuntz who spoke on Our Times and Gods Times recalled the time capsule sealed by the Westinghouse Electric Company at the 1939 Worlds Fair The capsule contained copies of the Constitu tion of the United States a Bible letters to such famous scientists as Compton and Einstein and others noted in letters medicine or phil osophy This act was one of fear that our civilization will be destroyed as former civilizations have been Dr Kuntz said The messages were worded as from one seeing the passage of time bringing de struction to our civilization New Knowledge The notion of time seems to dominate much of the new know ledge in the world he continued mentioning the time studies of Gil breth efficiency expert and the various kinds of time biological physical historical and others So many different times leads to con fusion he said One would think man is the master of time The Christian view of time he concluded stresses the import ance of the world in timo a crea tion bringing forth new good The condition for its fulfillment is the response to God The meeting opened at 11 am with 75 delegates representing 15 of the 16 churches in the associa tion already registered The Rev Donald S Bourne Osage presided as moderator and Mrs H Virginia Miller Clear Lake vicemodera tor led devotions Building Fund During the morning Dr E W Day Clear Lake ancl Elgin Enab nit spoke on the Church Building Fund campaign The fund is needed to provide churches in new areas established because of in dustrial developments and migra tions to new territories One of the early arrivals for the meeting was Dr Royal J Mont gomery Grinnell former state superintendent The afternoon session was marked by election of officers and meetings of mens and womens groups Pilgrim Fellowship dele gales met at the public Library The evening session includes an other address by Dr Kuntz and the dedication of the Womans Gift under the leadership of Mrs EE mer Hass PROLONG PARLIAMENT TAIPEH Formosa list Chinas Legislative Yuan Par liament Tuesday voted to prolong its existence a year A South Korean Defense Ministry six months lo free them from any effects of Communist teachings The Communists slill were awail ing a UN reply to their Jalest re quest for resumption of full scale truce negolialions at Panmunjom There was no indicalion when Gen Mark Clark UN Far Easl commander would answer He had told Ihe Reds earlier thai a renewal is the second order of business lo Ihe disabled POWs exchange While Clark hasnt indicated when an answer might be forth coming UN officers here were at work on preliminary preparations for an overall prisoner exchange if a Iruce is signed Some material is on hand to enlarge camps and a big wooden warehouse has been built to hold equipment which might be needed Officials emphasized that all plans were on an if basis but observers pointed out that prepar ations under way indicated at least a guarded hope in highest UN Command circles that a truce will be signed TTF TM WTTH r GlobeGaMUe jholo by Mussor imifN wilH John Vance general chairman of the Mason City CentennialCelebration dis plays the Centennial tie being sold by Mason City stores The Chamber of Commerce Centennial committee decided in favor Offlowing bow ties instead of beardsfor the men to Tie in With the Centennial The tiesare available in various colors Message to Congress Sell Synthetic Rubber Plants to Industry Ike AUGUSTA Ga President Eisenhower Tuesday recommended sale of 550 million dollars worth of govern mentowned synthetic rubber plants to private industry In a special message to Congress from his vacation head quarters here the President asked the lawmakers to enact legislation authorizing disposal of the facilities I am in hearty accord with the policy determination of About The Weaiher Mason City Showers and mild Tuesday night low 3338 Iowa Wednesday showers and mild extreme east portion Minnesota Wednesday cloudy arid turning colder with snow in the north GlobeGazelle weather data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum 54 Minimum 32 At 8 am 41 YEAR AGO Maximum 37 Minimum 31 Find Boss Gland of Body DENVER mystery gland in the brain seems to be the real boss gland of the human body it was announced Tuesday It even translates thoughts of love or sex or fear or hate to order other glands into action This iould explain how thoughts of love could stimulate production of sex hormones Or how seeing sudden danger spurs adrenal glands to give you extra adrenalin in order to fight or run This bigchief gland is the hypo ttalamus Scientists havent been pure just whatit does or how it works Its been called Ihe seat of the emotions and apparently is in volved in the strange mechanism of sleep An amazing role for Ihe hypo thalamus is found in insect experi ments by Dr Berla Scharrer Uni versity of Colorado School of Med icine She finds it has two vital con trols over the pituitary the gland at the base of the brain which up to now has been considered the boss gland One control she finds is that the hypothalamus actually produces some hormones and sends them to what in humans would be the back part of the pituitary gland These hormones regulate the salt and water and fluid balance of the body The brain gland sends these hor mones through a nerve to the pitu itary for storage and release when necessary Sending hormones along nerves is a brand new thing This same nerve coming from the brain gland also has a branch line running to what in humans would be the front part of the pitu itary gland That front part of the pituitary r makes the hormones which control the sex glands the adrenal glands the thyroid gland the Congress that the security in tercsts of the nation will best be served by the development within the United Slates of a free com petitive synthetic rubber industry and I believe that now is the time to undertake plant disposal the President said The program recommended in the report of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation appears to provide basic outline of a satis factory method to achieve this re suit The RFC report made public March 2 laid down these main conditions for sale of the plants 1 The government must get the maximum return on its invest ment 2 The new owners must main tain going synthetic rubber indus try as a defense materials back stop 3 A competitive private indus try must be born from the govern ment monopoly Eisenhower noted that at the onset of World War II when the United States was denied access to its normal supplies of natural rubber a huge governmentowned synthetic rubber industry was cre ated at a cost of some 700 million dollars He added There remain in government ownership facilities which cost ap proximately 550 million dollars and which now supply nearly all of the nations requirements of synthetic rubber which in 1952 amounted to 806500 long tons out of a total consumption of 1260000 long tons of new rubber Move fo Take School Head Out of Politics DES MOINES Iowa Senate has voted to create a stale boarc of public instruction and lake the state superintendents job out of politics After more than three hours de jate the Senate passed the bill ate Monday 31 to 19 and sent it jack to the House for action on amendments If the House ap proves the measure goes to Gov William S Beardsley 9Member Board Under the measure a nine member state board would be named to oversee all public in struction and appoint the state iuperintendent now elected After much debate the Senate agreed with the House that eight of the board members should be chosen in school leader conven tions in tho eight congressional districts The ninth would be ap pointed by the governor subject to a twothirds vole approval by the Senate Board members would serve mainly as a policymaking group and would direct the distribution of state and federal aid money to Iowa schools The board would appoint state superintendents for fouryear terms at a top pay of a year The superintendent would have general supervision of public schools and recommend policies to the board 2 Assistants Up to two assistants could be named by the superintendent at top salaries of a year The Iowa Education Association and Public instruction Department both favored the bill because it would take the superintendents job out of politics Sen Earl Fishbaugh Jr R Shcnandoah fought the bill and tried in vain to write two amend ments into it This bill would put the super intendents job into politics rather than lake it out he said charging that it would take the choice away from the people PRICE VIOLATORS BUENOS AIRES Argentina The National Price Control Agen cy says that 505 merchants have been jailed thus far in the gov ernmenls crackdown on alleged price ceiling violators AP Wlrcpholo HEADS UN John C Daniel leader of the United Nations team in negotiations for the exchange of sick and wounded prisoners in Korea smiles on his ar rival in Panmunjom April 9 for one of the concluding con ferences with the North Korean liaison group Air Force Alarmed Report Stiff Resistance to Sec Wilsons Air Policies WASHINGTON of developing resistance t Secretary Wilsons air policies filtered throng the Pentagonsnewly reinforced secrecy curtain Tuesday Officers refuse to discuss the issues publicly but it is known that some Air Force and aviation industry leader have taken alarm over that Wilson is backing pro posals to 1 Cut Jet bomber production sharply 2 build up defenses by concentrating on production of lighters and guided missiles and 3 rely primarily on a relatively small aircraft industry operating at high production rales Wilson is reported to place less emphasis than did his predecessors on the idea of creating a broad pro ductive base and maintaining at comparatively low level a large productive capacity Wilson lias been said to have tak en the position thatin case of a national emergency he favors re liance on quick conversion of civil ian plants to military production of new military production facilities as the need might arise Opponents of this planhi he Air Force and in the industry say that the nation cannot again afford to risk production delays that would result from allempls to reconvert or to build anew in time of war Unifying School Reorganization Gets Senate OK DES MOINES ill The Iowa Senate Tuesday passed a House bill to unify into one overall plan a system of school district rcor ganization The vole was 480 However the measure must be turned to Ihe House for concur rence in a major amendment The bill as passed by Ihe House provided that only Ihe portion o a district to be included in a reor ganizalion plan would vote sepa ralcly along with cnch of the com plele districls involved Sen D C Nolan Iowa City succeeded in amending Ihe bill to require all of a district containing the portion to be included in the reorganization plan would vote on the proposition The Legislature is atlempting to set up one plan replace four separate plans now 22 Are Military Passengers Most of Them Going Overseas SEATTLE W A crippled air ansport with 22 soldiers ahdva rew of three aboard vanished on flight across the Cascade Moun ains before dawn Tuesday after eporling it was losing altitude The twinengine carrier operated y Miami Airline Inc of Florida vas bringing its military ers to Seallle on a special charter flight The nonschedule airlines homo ffice in Miami reported 12 of the oldiers were picked up in Wash nglon and 10 olhers at Scranton y Heading Overseas Ironically most of them were jelicved to be heading overseas Soldiers flying to Seattle normally re making a quick hopto catcha roop ship after staying home as ongas possible v The Coast Guard and Charles S Chester Washington State Aero lautics director both said the lane was believed to have cleared he rugged Cascade a foot of new snow was reported vernight A large scale aerial search was being concentrated in an area west Stampede Pass which is about 0 miles southeast Seattle The oast Guard said searchers were anning out in a systematic check on an estimated 1500 square miles cryptic message at m from the plane told oE the failure of one of its two engines It was losing altitude and was down to 4500 feet A The final radio report wasat am The pilot then was uncertain of his position The State Aeronautics director said the pilot had reported over Ellcnsburg about 325 miles south cast of Seattle on the east side ot he mountains at am 60 Miles The official said the elapsed timo to the am report of an en gine loss would have carried tho lane an additional 60 miles west vard which would have cleared he Cascades The search area however in cludes Ihe west slope of the moun ains and over the summit to Lako 31e Elum The crew members were Capt Albert T Lerette Jr Miami the pilot William E Harshan Miami copilot Adra Long Berkeley alif stewardess The planes last stop was at Spokane where an airport atterid int said the soldier passengers re mained asleep or dozing in their seats throughout the slop It here at am Crew Leaves The manager of the airport afi Fargo ND where the plane made Is last slop prior to Spokane said wo crew members left the plane Iherei They were identified as apt L L Brannan and CoPilo6 0 T Thorson both of Miami They were to act as crew re placements on a later flight east ward Another plane owned by Miami Airlines Inc crashed at Elizabeth NJ in April 1952 with a loss at 56 lives The Civil Aeronaulics Board called that crash the second worst in US history It was blamed on improper installation cylinder heads on the engines The CAB report said the lina previously had been charged with 16 violations of civil air regula ions most of which were for oading CATTLE JAM UNION STOCK YARDSPens at the Union Stock Yards cattle a 3 29000 head most of them choice grade steers arrived from middle west ern feed lota This run established a 27 year record for an April day BULLETIN WASHINGTONUP Kurt I Ponger an Austrianhorn former GI pleaded guilty Tuesday to conspiring to spy on US secrets for Communist Russia Iowa Widow Gets Est ate MINNEAPOLIS Minn The sister of an 84yearold recluSe who was surprised1 when mothers estate was valuedat 250000 prepared Tuesday to pay taxes on real value of his holdings Edward Willard who lived in room left everything to us sister Mrs Elizabeth Waiart Hope a   

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