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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 8, 1953, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL L1X and United Press Full Lease Wires Sevun Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 8 19S3 Tills Paper Consists ot Two One MS Chief Justice Vinson Dies Senator May Carry Probe to President McCarthy Demands Names Ftom Army BULLETIN WASHINGTON UP Secretary of Hie Army Robert T Stevens agreed Tuesday to review the Armys refusal to tell Senate in vestigators who gave security clearance to civilian employes accused by Sen McCarthy R Wis of beingCommunists WASHINGTON Maj Gen Miles Reber refused Tuesday to name the manwho gave security clearance to Army employes Sen McCarthy RWis contends are Communists McCarthy tartly am nounced he will appeal if necessary to President I cant see how a President elected on a cleanup program could refuse sucha iplea the senator said after a committee hearing at which Reber was questioned Directive The generalchief of legislative liaison for the Army based his refusal to name the security offi cers on a directive issued in 1948 by former President Truman for bidding government officials o give such information to congres sional groups without White House permission Eisenhower never has withdrawn the hotlycontroversial Truman order McCarthy announced at the pub lic hearing of his Senate Investiga tions Subcommittee that he would have lunch Tuesday with Secretary of the Army Robert T Stevens and ask him to override Rebers refu sal He added he was prepared to appeal next to Secretary of De fense Wilson arid then to hower if Stevens said no Reports Evidence In four days of closed door hear ings in McCarthy reported his investiga tors evidence that three persons working forthe Army are disloyal jHeuiiamed noneofthem but said one is had access to data about Army troop movements He termed her a 100 per cent Communist McCarthy said he believes con gressional committees cant sit idly back and watch the fester grow in the face of what he called orders permitting a coverup It Rains Frogs in Massachusetts LEICESTER Mass UN The rains frogs too A downpour soaked this central Massachusetts community west ol Worcester Monday and afterward thousands or frogs were found scat tered for a mile on Paxt9n ave Hue There were almost as many ex planalions as frogs One popular guesswas that they were carried aloft by 50mile wind accompanying an offshore hurri cane But Weather Bureau men scoffed And townsfolk laughed at another popular theory that a pone had overflowed in the rain and washed thefrogs onto the road WOODCHUCK CHUCKED Mass Ing a 22 caliber rifle mounted with telescope John Perkins bagged tarewhite woodchuck WHERE 18 pours from the upper floors of a tenement house on Chicagos south side where fire killed at least 18 persons early Labor Day See Story Page 2 Taking Truman Cue Demos Plan Bare Knuckle Fight WASHINGTON who take their po litical cues from former President Hany S Tiuman weie ready Tuesday to take off the gloves and go aftei the Eisen hower administration with bare ktjuckles Mr Trumans Labor Day speech an Detroit lambasting the Republicans in his Giveem interpreted by his followers as a signal for a sharp change in party tactics Since President Eisenhower and his GOP new team took over the government last January the expresident and most other Demo cratic politicians have followed a policy described by one of them as holding our fire to give them time to make some mistakes Time Enough Judging from the blast he loosed in Cadillac Square Monday Mr Truman feels the Republicans have had enough time and have made enough mistakes He said the vot ers must be sorry they voted for a change in government be cause what they are actually get ting is a change in the social and economic principles that made us strong and prosperous He also accused the administration of car ing more about big business than the welfare of all of Mr Truman ripped into the Re publican Partys record on both foreign and domestic issues during an evening talk and an afternoon address in Detroit Stacked Deal They called my administration the Fail Deal he said This one should be called the stacked deal The 80th Congress looks mighty good when compared to the 83rd Congress He received a standing ovation from his dinner guests when said the Republicans should thrown out of office because their do nothing record he be of See McCarthy Speeches in Iowa Senatorial Campaign By JACK BELL WASHINGTON W Some GOP leaders convinced the voters gen erally look with favor on Sen Mc Carthys investigations of Commu nism intend to feature the Wis consin Republican in some of next years senatorial campaigns The Senate Republican Cam paign Committee already has be gun to line up ammunition against five Democratic senators it re gards as best bets for displace ment in the November 1954 elec tions They are Senators Frear of Del aware Douglas of Illinois Gillette of Iowa Humphrey Minnesota and Murray of Montana A committee official who didnt want to be identified by name said that if Mc Carthy will be used in behalf of COP candidates in some of these McCarthyrtook an active role in the 1950 senatorial campaign in Maryland which saw Sen John defeat the veteran Mil lard JE Tydings a Democrat A Senate elections subcommittee which investigated unanimously called it a despicable back street and criticized some of McCarthys tactics McCarthy himself was reelected to a sixyear termlast year While he won handily he ran well behind the GOP margins polled in Wis consm by President Eisenhower and Gov Walter J Kohler Jr McCarthy disclaims knowledge of committee plans but says he probably will make some political speeches next year Sen Dirksen of Illinois chair man ol the Senate campaign group said future plans have not yet jelled But he left no doubt he regards McCarthy as a definite asset Iowa sen ator and governor George Wilson was reported in critical condition in a Des Moines hospital Tues day with an illness that followed a 1944 operation Gen MacNider Has Major Operation Gen Ilanford MacNider under went a gall bladder operation a he Mercy Hospital Monday nigh and Tuesday was reported to be making satisfactory progress The general had been hack ii iis office since Aug J7 following an illness that took him to the hospital for several days and a later checkupat the Mayo clinic Rochester Minn UNDERGROUND CAVERNS TOKYO Communis Peiping Radio said Tuesday Allied bombs devastated much of North Korea but couldnt touch grea underground caverns into whicl industries and even theaters were moved All About The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy through Wednesday with a few ligh showers Iowa Partly cloudy with mod crate temperatures Wednesday Minnesota Partly cioudy witf little change in temperature GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum 80 Minimum 49 At 8 am 60 YEAR AGO Maximum 73 Minimum 57 Served on High Bench Since 46 Appointment WASHINGTON Justice Fred M Vinson of he Supreme Court died suddenly of a heart attack in Ins room at the Sheraton Park Hotel here early Tuesday He was 63 years old The chief justice died at am His wife Mrs Rober ta D Vinson and his son Fred M Vinson Jr present it the time Vinson had been in good n i Will Reveal Details About 4 Per Center in icallh until the sudden seizure his physician Dr Henry Eckcr said Vinson was nominated to the ligh bench by former President Truman in June 1940 to bring harmony to a feudridden court He succeeded Chief Justice Harlan Fisk Stone Spotlight on Warren The vacancy on the Supreme Court threw a spotlight on Gbv art Warren of California who has been mentioned as next in line for an appointment Warren has an nounced that he would not run again for governor of California Vinsons appointment to the Su jreme Court came as a surprise o much of the country but he was well known and respected by Wash ngton officialdom The respect dated back to his days as con gressman when as tax expert on he House Ways and Means Com mittee he guided many intricate ax measures through Congress Vinsons elevation to the high court capped a public career that ncluded service in all three branches of the government He was secretary of theTreasury be ore being named chief justice A borderstate Democrat and a New Dealer Vinson won the respect of his colleagues on both sides of the aisle He was House sponsor Roose velts courtpacking plan but he could buck the New Deal chief loo lie was author of the Worlt War I veterans bonus and strat egistpf the bloc that overrode Mr Roosevelts Veto of the measure Nevertheless Vinson won Mr Roosevelts friendship and in the jreiident appointed him to the USi Court of Appeals He spen five years on the bench before re signing shortly after Dec 7 1941 to take a more active part in the war effort Vinson went to Centre College at Danville Ky and established the highest scholastic record the schoo WASHINGTON House sub ommittee said Tuesday itwill dis lose complete details of a new ase of alleged influence ped ling in a determined effort to top this sort oC thing The case involved Warren L llephenson Washington Republi an leader who was said to have ought a 4 per cent fee to help a California manufacturing firm gel more business with the Navy Testimony before a House Armed lervices Subcommittee said Ste ihenson quoled secret Navy fig ires on rocket launchers during his icgotialion for a job with Century ndustries Inc of Burbank Calif He was after a contract that would lave paid him a percentage on any rder the Century firm received for more than 25000 of the devices He did not get it Reports of the testimony leaked ut over the weekend Rep Hess chairman of the subcom mittee on defense activities ac tnowledged the affair for the first ime Tuesday In a statement Hess said the sub committee hay decided torelease the testimony as soon as it is printed The subcommittee also will express its own opinion ina separate report Hess said The chairman said that despit two days of questioning the sub committee was unable to learn what service Stepheiison really renders for his present employ Mourns Death DENVER Eisen hower Tuesday mourned the death of Chief Justice Fred M Vinson as friend statesman and jurist I admired deeply The President issued this statement at the summer White House I share the nations shock and grief over Chief Justice Vin sons untimely death He was my close personal friend for many years and statesman and jurist whom I admired deeply had before or after He was gradu ated in 1909 and took his law de gree two years later winning the two top law awards After a brief fling at professional baseball in Kentuckys Blue Grasi League he opened a law practice in Louisa Ky Two years out oJ college he won his first political job as city attorney in 1913 Vinson married Roberta Dixon in 1923 They became known as one of Washingtons most devoted cou pies Vinson was in officers training camp when World War I ended He returned to Louisa and in 1921 was elected commonwealth attor ncy In 1923 his district sent him to Congress and reelected him every term for the next 14 yean except in the Republican landslide in 1928 Top Tax Man In Congress he became the capi tols lop taxman He worked oul the difficult social security legis lation and was an early advocate of the withholding tax plan He formed many lasting friendships among his colleagues His success ful management of Sam Rayburnj campaign for speaker of the House later paid dividends when Rayburn recommended him for a number o important administration jobs In 1938 Vinson was appointed to the Federal Court of Appeals where he served for five years After the war broke out Chief Justice Harlan F Stone appointed him to head the Emerg ency Court of Appeals But in 1943 Vinson stepped down from the bench when Mr Roosevelt asked himo head the Office of Economic Stabilization Stephenson was said to have testified he made a month as a representative for manufac turers including the Drayer Han son Co of Los Angeles the Dona hue Steel Erector Co of Chicago and the R T E Electrical Co of Milwaukee Wis Stephenson was executive sccre ary of President Eisenhowers In augural Committee Earlier he was chairman of the Taft Committee or theDistrict of Columbia when he late Ohio senator was seeking he Republican presidential nomi nation FRED M VINSON Carpenters Return to AFL Fold WASHINGTON Tfw penters union back into the American bor Tuesday A joint statements Issued by AFL President George and Maurice A Hutcheton pres ident of the Brotherhood of penters and Joiners said that at a conference herd Tuesday agreement was reached for union to continue in fed eratian It had withdrawn at a meet ing in Chicago last month tensibly in response to AFL ac tion in agreeing to a noraiding pact with the CIO Hutchetonei that time protested that first at tention should go to the question of raiding within the AFL itself His union has had numerous dis putes with other over and the issue of raiding That was the crux of Tuesdays agreement which provided that a noraiding plan shall be pre sented at the federation conven tion opening in St Louis Sept21 The plan is to be worked out by the AFL Executive Council at a meeting preceding the conven tion Seeks to Free East Germans Adenauer Declaration in Escape Artist Is Now Most Wanted FBI WASHINGTON Tuesday placed a daring escape artist on its 1 i s t of 10 most vanled fugitives He is Lloyd It Russell who has jeen missing since last May 22 vhen he and six other convicts es caped from the Marcmelte branch of the Michigan State Prison At he time he was serving a 10year sentence for shooting a Michigan slate detective The FBI said that the 31ycarold Russell is a vicious and daring riminal who will go to great englbs to escape apprehension BONN Germany MVGerman victorious Chancellor Konracl Aden nuer Tuesday began welding a new German govezviment dedicated to the of East Germany and close armed alliance with the Aesl The 77yearold Christian Demo crat chief opened talks with politi cal leaders on the shape of his lew administration1 after thanking Vest Germans Monday night for lie votes that put him firmly in tic saddle for another four years Speaking to a huge victory rally aUiercrl in the Bonn town square Adenauer called on his people for mighty united effort to release e 18 million East Germans from the yoke of Soviet oppression and slavery The new government must he approved by the incoming Bunde stag lower house of which is expected to meet here for the first time Oct 2 Some sort of coalition seemed inevitable The voting Sunday gave 48 Bun destag seals to the Free Demo crats and 15 to the German party Doth members of Adenauers gov ernment bloc since 19I9 H to the Centrist party which said it would with the the new vote henceforth along Chancellor and 27 to Refugee parly formed by the mil lions of fugitives from Communisl occupiad Germany Ike Hopes for Best DENVER Eisenhower and Secretary of State Dul les arc hopeful the landslide election victory of West Germanys Chancellor Konrad Adenauer will lead to unification of all Genrtariy greater Alliedunity throughout Europe Dulles said so after aavi hour conference with the President Monday and added the proAmerican Adenauer governmentsiri uniphwas a source of satisfaction to both of them And Dulles told newsmen at the summer White House thatEisen hower hud voiced no preelection endorsement of Adcnnucr last week Nor did the Chief Executive drop any hint of displeasure ovW remarks about Trieste India or the secretary added Dulles McManus Goes on Trial fgjr Murder During Crime Spree CANANDAlGUA NY McManus a handsome Tl I111 P ATl ITTin ttnrl i v a cross ormcr Marine accused of killing Jive persons on country crime spree with his 16year old sweetheart last spring goes on trial here Monday for the murder of his illeged first victim a college student The 18yearold youth son of a New York brewery ex has pleaded innocent hy reason of insanityrinthe single slaying with which he is charged here His court appointed attorney M Adlai Says Reds Keep Tight Grip NEW YORK UP Adlai E tovenson summing up the find ngs of n fivemonth globegirdling our of 30 countries declared Tues lay Hint despite Stalins death irid domestic convulsions Russia granted for the 1 50 clam a to testify at the Maurice Chacchia won permission lo examine hospital records where McManus was given mental animations after his arrest in Iowa Court permission also has IGNORES DIOR BADENBADEN Germany UV The Duchess of Windsor has ig nored Paris designer Diors call for raised hemlines a German newspaper noted Tuesday munlst hold on the world The Soviet Union he said has changed its tactics but nut its goal Stalins methods have not paid off Soviet pressure did not para the free world but rather forged its unity and rearmed America Three hundred will be called ia groups of 75 to select a jury panel for the trial Testimony will not be gin until 12 jurors and probably two alternates have been accepted The trial will be conducted fore Stale Supreme Court Justice H Douglas Van Duzer Ontario jCounty Dist Atty Chrouchcr will prosecute McManus w a i v e oV extradition from Iowa to return to New Yprfc state and stand trial for the mur der of William Braverman 19rol Rochester a student at Hobart College ALL of the girls competing in the Miss America Pageant arrive in Atlantic City and turn on their best smiles for a photographer Left to right they are Patricia Johns Miss California Judith Jacobson Miss Wisconsin Virginia Me David Miss Alabama and Jacquelin Dumbauld Miss Illinois ITS THE This year in onr community mori children tlirtti ever before starting school The burden on our school system will be greater thai ever to give your children the kind of education they deserve Our school boards and leachets will youhelp f t For free booklet giving m forma 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