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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 5, 1953, Mason City, Iowa                                it i North Iowas Daily Newspaper HOME EDITION si CITY GLOBEGAZETTE NEWSPAPER THAT MAK1S ALL NORTH I O WANS N E I G H i 0 R 5 VOL L1X Associated United Full Wires Cents Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY MAY 5 1953 rit5 Paper Conilsli of Two One No 177 Billion Aid Request to Congress KID OFTHE Jackie AdamToE Clearfield Pa receives the Junior Chamber of Commerce as Kid of the Year from yice President Richard Nixon in front of the capitol in Washington Jackiewas honored for crawling several miles with a broken ankle to summon help after a plane crash Oleo Manufacturers Have Difficulty With Imprint DES MOINES processors to sell colored oleomargarine in Iowa they will have to imprint it as re quired by Towalaw Secretary of Agriculture Clyde Spry said Tuesday Thereis nothing we can do for them Spry explained 1 reference to a report to him by oleo spokesmen who said that thus far they have found no way to comply with the imprint provision Oleo representatives also met with Asst Atty Gtn Clarence L Kading who said he to their but gave them no ruling because at present the R F Wagner Labor Law Author Dies NEW YORK UP Funeral services will be held Thursday for Robert F Wagner 75 a poor Ger man immigrant boy who became a United Stales senator and author of the National Labor RelationsAct that bore his name Wagner died late Monday at the home of his son Robert F Wagner Jr president of the borough of Manhattan He resigned f r o m the Se na t e in 1949 after 23 years of service and had been an invalfd for nearly two years before his retirement A funeral WAGNER mass will be held Thursday at St Ignatius Loyola Church1 in Man hattan with burial in the family plot at Calvary Cemetery A militant New Deal Democrat Wagner bitterly fought against enactment of the TaftHartlcy Act It replaced his 1935 labor law which first spelled out the right of work ersto join labor organizationsof their choosing required em ployers to bargain with unions that represent a majority of their em ployes Rancher Returns in Murder Case BLOOMFIBLD prominent Santa Fe N Mfraricher will be returned here Tuesday afternoon to face a murder thelfatal shooting of an livestock buy er Davis County Sheriff f Jim Yates said Yates said he and Attorney R E White Ottumwa would leave Bloomfield for Kirksville Mof right after return Wai ter M Mayer 56 here to face trial Mayer is accused of footing John C Wisdom 51 PesMoines to death in the feedlot of a farm owned byWisdom ntar Bloom field White one ofthe i attorneys Mayjersaid his client to waive extradition The rancher is being held in jail KirksviUe where he surrendered to whole problem is still a matter which is xip to the State Depart ment of Agriculture as enforce ment agency for the new law The recent Iowa Legislature le galized the sale of yeiiow oleo effective July 5 provided the word imprinted four times on one side of each quarter pound At the time the Legislature wrote the imprint requirement nto the margarine spokes men said it would be difficult if not impossible to comply with it They said oleo is soft when pack aged and any such imprint would ade out Legislative proponents of the said they believed it was needed as a safeguard to pre vent unscrupulous persons from selling oleoas butter rAU About The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy with lit tle change intemperature Iowa Wednesday considerable cloudinessa few scattered show ers mostly in east portion No important change in tempera ture Wednesday partly cloudy and occasional showers GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 amTuesday Maximum 68 Minimum 41 At 8 am 55 YEAR AGO Maximum 92 Minimum 53 Dont Stop All t Red Trade Dulles Asserts Would Damage Allies He Says WASHINGTON WVSecretary of State Dulles challenged Tuesday the view that friendly and Allied nations should be pressured to cut off all trade with Commu nist nations Dulles said in testimony pre pared for a congressional com mittee hearing on the mutual se curity program that there are many forces at work within the United States which would result in a further abdication of leader Additional Restrictions Among those forces he listed those who would seek to impose upon our friends and Allies addi tional restrictions upon their trade with the Communist world even in terms of nonstrategic articles While Dulles carefully chosen words had no reference to Sen Mc Carthy he expressed his view on the subject of Red trade a day after McCarthy abruptly broke off hearings on the issue with the demand to what Dulles thought about banning all Allied trade with Red China McCarthy had said he did not believe two officials who testified before his Government Operations Subcommittee that the United States does not now favor a flat ban on all such trade Thetwo officials were John M Leddy acting deputy assistant secretary of state for economic affairs and Kenneth R Hansen deputy to Mutual Security Director Harold E Slassen McCarthy told Assistant Secretary of State Thrus ton B1 Morton toget a clear cut statement on the Red China trade issue from Dulles No More Testimony I am not going to take any more testimony from this wit ness shouted McCarthy I get Mr Dulles assurance thai he is speaking for ttfe State De partment The passage of Dulles testimony bearing on the issue posed by Mc Carthy was this Many countries which have al ways World and particularly the United States as the source of greatest power both moral and material are be ginning to wonder whether the center of power has not shifted Irom Washington Moscow Even in the Western World there are nonCommunist elements ready and eager to take power upon a platform of appeasement of Soviet Communism or at least benevo lent neutrality toward Soviet Com munism This Juncture At this juncture there are many forces at work within the United States which would result in a further abdication of leader ship There are those who would sharply raise our tariff There are those who would sharply cut for eign aid There are those who would seek to impose upon our friends and Allies additional re strictions upon their trade with the Communist world even in terms of nonstrategic articles fRNEST HEMINGWAY in Fiction ARCHIBALD MacLEISH in Poetry Indian Bomb Was Firecracker BOMBAY India Bom may government said Tuesday a bomb found on a railroad track shortly before a train carrying Premier Jawaharlal Nehru was due to pass was nothing more than a harmless firecracker Press reports had said the ex plosive snatched from the path of the train by a policeman early Monday wasa live bomb seems to have placed the fire cracker on the line to create a sensation rather than to cause mischief Tuesdays govern ment announcement said DON WHITEHEAD Award PulitzerAward to Hemingway NEW YORK vivid tale of The Old Man and the Sea Tues day was the first of Ernest Hem ngways many novels to bring him Pulitzer prize in his 30year lit erary career Hemingways short novel Mon day won the 1953 Pulitzer Prize for fiction The stateaward went to William Inge for his Broadway hit play Repeat winners in this years ist of prizes wereArchibald Mac Lieish poetry and Associated Press Writer Don Whitehead who received honors for national re porting The Nesv York Times re ceived its secondspecial Pulitzer citation this time for its Sunday edition section Review the Week1 Selections for the 1953 Pulitzer awards were announced Monday night by the trustees of Columbia University The prizes were made for wort done during 1952 Whitehead45 Was i honored for iiis 4400word jstory Great a graphic and sus description of Presi dent Eisenhowersflight to Korea before his He told of to preserve sec recy k Passage Near for Bill WASHINGTON Ifl The Senate Tuesday edged toward expected passage by nightfall of legislation to establish state ownership of oil rich offshore submerged lands within their boundaries L Opponents1 although fighting to what they call a give7 of 5 federal property con U1 t Votes on a series of amendments precede the final vote Debateon each amendment was limited to 10 minutes beginning at 1 pirn Proponents predicted passage of the Eisenhowerbacked measure by a margin of nearly 2 to 1 They call it a to the states of property considered theirs for The opposition said the battle will continue in the courts and in t the election campaigns of 1954 arid subsequent years The House passed a similar but fartherreaching bill in March after two days of debate This mes ure would provide a system of fed eral leasing of the outer con tinental shelfj So the legislation presumablywillgo toa conference committee Red Threat Prevents More Cuts See Reduction in Services WASHINGTON Wl The Eisen hower administration asked Con gress Tuesday for in new foreign aid as a necessary defense for America itself against the Soviet threat President Eisenhower made the main plea in a special message to the lawmakers The detailed pre sentation was made by a parade of Cabinet members backed by Gen Omar Bradley chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff in testi mony to a joint session of the Sen ate Foreign Relationsand House Foreign Affairs Committees Basic Purpose The basic purpose of this pro gram is simply the longterm se curity of the United States living in the shadow of the Soviet presidential message said Eisenhower noted that the bulk of the set up for military weapons and direct support to the defense efforts of our friends and called that division a measure of the perilin which free nations continue to live1 The blunt sober truth is that we cannot afford to relax our de fenses until we have seen clear unmistakable evidence of genuine ly peaceful purpose on the part of the Soviet Union the Presidenl said Outlet Speaks Secretary of State Dulles lead ing t off before the committees made virtually Jthi same argument in differing words and told the Congress member that if there is any error in th total figures the mistake has been in setting them too low While the request is 000 less than former President Tru man made in his farewell budge for the year starting July 1 it still is higher than many Congres members seem willing to go The reduction is not as greal as many of us would like to see Dulles having regard to the need to balance the budget to re establish our currency and eventu ally to reduce taxes The reduc ion is however as great as in our judgment can be reconciled with the essential security of the United States Presidents Message The Presidents message said As I strove to make clear to all peoples in my recent appeal Tor real peace and trust among lations we continue earnestly to hope for such evidence so that the vorld may turn its energies and resources to serving the needs rather than the fears of mankind Until Soviet good faith is proven by deeds the free nations must rely on their own strength for the preservation of peace To fail to continue vigorously to strengthen our military forces would be to risk wasting all our efforts for the Jast five years in defense of our iberties Eisenhower said his administra ion has given most careful study and deliberation to the foreign aid program Meantime Republican congres sional leaders said Tuesday Presi dents Eisenhowers plan to trim 200000 men from the Armed Forces willnot impair the real the nation Democrats privately expressed misgivings but declined public comment at this time Several in dicatedto reporters they are hold ingtheir fire until Eisenhow er formally1 announces the reduc tion 1 The administration tentatively las decidexltohold military spend ing at dollar level but Sen said the cutun der former President Trumans es timates y Present Taft the Senate Republican lead er confirmed that President Eisen howers announcement last week of an 8Vi billioji dollar cutback in appropriation requests to Congress is based on continuing the military program at its present levels in the fiscal year beginning July 1 This would lop off the billion increase posed by Eisenhower has however that ministration will get of its dollars and thus attain approx imately the same combat strength PANMUNJOM Korea The United Nations chief truce del gate accused the Communists Tuesday of using a negotiating mokescreen and said he saw no evidence they really desire a Corean armistice Lt Gen William K Harrison vas irked by the Communists re usal to accept Pakistan as neu ral custodian of 46000 Red prison ers who do not want to go home after the Reds had said they wel omed his nomination of that country We have been negotiating about days now Harrison said and up to the moment I have had nothing to indicate the Com nunists really desire an armis ice Even though Harrison felt the Reds Stall Truce Parleys Commimists were wasting the UNs time he agreedto their re quest for a recess until Tuesday night Harrison told North Korean Gen Nam 11 chief Communist negotia tor Monday the Reds must accept Pakistan as the neutral custodian or face a breakup of the truce talks He had hoped his nomination of Pakistan which theReds included among four Asiank nations they had listed as acceptable would end the dispute blocking an armis tice Nam who had ignored Harri sons offer Monday came back to the truce hut Tuesday with the an nouncement his side welcomed Pakistan Then began hag gling over disposition of North Ko reans and Chinese Reds reluctanfi to return to Communism He asked three questions 1 What steps would the UN command take to remove the mili tary controlof the Detaining side over the uhrepatriatedprisoners 2 How would tfte Allies at the same time enable the neutral na tionto take control of thepris oners N 3 How would your side maintain order and tranquiiity inthe prison camps i Harrison told Nam the questions involved matters lhatsl cpuldi be readily arid effectively solved in such manner that custody can be exercised efficientlyv and with duefairness totheindividual pris oners v rvr 5 Christian Will Is Upheld High Court Ruling in Iowa Case DES Iowa Su preme Court Tuesday upheld the validity of a will which left 170000 in trust for persons who relieve in the fundamental prin ciples of the Christian religion The 72decision reversed a low er court ruling which had held the will unenforceable be clause there is no common agreemenl what constitutes the funda mental principles of Christianity1 The high v court directed the Black i Hawk District Court to en ter a decree wi WBSmall Wa terloo and prominen Methodist layman The will directs trustees to dL tribute the income from the 000 trust to such persons and for such purposes as theyi may fee is directed by God the Father Jesus Christ the Son and Holy as they believe would be acceptable to me andmeetmy approval Ten nephews and nieces had will contending il was impossible to satisfactorily answer thequestion What is a District Judge Shannon B Chart on sustained the challenge on the grounds that there11 is a wide spread lack of accord among Christians in their characteriza ions of the man Jesus and in heir interpretations and applica tion of His teaching year It means that Lynes will conies against Lt Gov Leo Elthon who over the Senate Elthon las told friends that he will def initely seek the governorship Lynes and Elthon do not expect o have the race to themselves lowevcr for several olher Repub icans are known to be seriously considering entering the guberna orial race In the last month of the egislative session a list of 18 pos ible candidates was compiled Neither Lynes nor Elthon have made official public announcement f their plans Ikes Meeting of Governors Ends Hailed by Shivers WASHINGTON President Eisenhowers Conference of Gov irnors ended Tuesday and Gov Allan Shivers of Texas hailedthe essions as showing a trend away rom making the states a branch of the federal government The twoday gathering was con cluded shortly after Eisenhower vent before the executives to thank hem for coming to Washingtor and for making suggestions de signed to improve FederalSlate relations White House press Secretary James C Hagerty told newsmen President also expressed the lope that similar conferences will be held in the future Eisenhower called the meeting o give the governors of the states and firsthand report on problems facing theFree Vorld and on Americas role in helping to solve them Shivers chairman of the 1953 conference of State Governors told a news conference he and his colleagues found the confidential sessions not only enjoyable but profitable and very beneficial More Prisoners Land in Hawaii HONOLULU second of hree big Air Force transports carying the last group of 149 Lib erated Americans from Red prison camps landed in Honolulu Tues day It had 19 US fighting men aboard The third transport carrying 12 Americans two Canadians and six Tokyo at 3 am CST for the 17hour journey east ward across the Pacific f 1 Rain on May 10 DECATUR 111 manwho has beenbetting allcomers for 47 year that it would rain in Decatur on May 10 is going to do it again this year C L Waggoner announced Monday night hell follow his custom of covering all wagers upto each v weather bureau says he has a goodchance to collect again this year r j Waggonerwont say exactly how hes made out on his bets 1905 but he says hes won enough to justify keeping on betting Lynes Indicates JHe Will Be in Race for Governor DES MOINES icersnn both Housesof the made their decisions to cajnpaignif or f l House the House ditfUateTHursday told friends that his pres ent plans are to Republican nomination for governor in the primaries nex SAME Black Mcani raffle pakt bourn Says Reds faded in Indoctrination BURLINGTON WNorth Kore an Communists didnt have much uckin their attempts to indoctri nate American prisoners of war Jpl Richard O Morrison told tha Burlington HawkEye Gazette in a elephpne interview Tuesday Morrison a repatriated POW is t Valley Forge Pa Military iospitalundergoing medical treat ment for stomach and skin ail ments malnutrition and healed rounds He said the USA looks ioggone good1 Morrison was taken prisoner by he NorthKorean Reds in Decem aer of 1951 that particu arly in 1951the Communists tried ojjndoctrinate their Gl prisoners nit think many were sold it At first Morrison Com munists had four hours of indoc rination glasses a day and later iutitdown to two hours a day MAN WITH DEATH IN HIS a handkerchiefin his hands a man identified by San Francisco police as James Wittaschek 23 stands on the ledge above a downtown street threateningto death While another polke of f icer engaged the youngjnan in ai patrolnmn grabbed Wittaschek andpuUed him r J   

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