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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 12, 1953, Mason City, Iowa                                North loWos Daily Newspaper Edited for ETTE T H E N E W S P A E R f H A T MAKES ALL N 0 R T H I 0 W A N S N E 1 G H B 0 R S HOME EDITION VOL LX Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY NOVEMBER 12 1953 This Paper Consists of Two Ono No Truman No Fdrrn Panacea Benson Not Interested in Personal Popularity COLUMBUS Ohio of Agriculture Benson target of some farm leaders and congressmen because of hisfarm policies declared Thursday he is not interested in personal popularity The GOP farm chief said he is striking ahead in an ef fort to develop a sound agricultural program that would all of agriculture and the people In a speech prepared for a meeting ofthe Association of Land Grant Colleges and Universities Benson said it wouldhave been comparatively easy for him to yield to the demands to go off on a round of patchwork pro Wants Reds to See Might of HBomb WASHINGTON JK atomic energy commissioner s ug ge s t s that presumably includ ing Russians should see a US hydrogen bomb J exploded as a sample of the destructive alternate toworld peace The idea expressed by Thomas E Murray Wednesday night came as America was readying another and probably more fierce hydro gentest blast He said firsthand observation ofan Hbombs thunder is an es sentialqualification for future ne gotiatbrs of the great survival is sues Hn the years ahead Such an American showing he added might persuade the Russians to match wit with a demonstration tf their own Foreign observers were last ad mitted to a major atomic test at Bikini Atoll in the Pacific in 1946 gramming No Panacea There isno easy panacea for agriculture he declared There is no magic formula that will set everything right Patchwork rem edies quack remedies patent medicine remedies are a dime a dozen and thats all some of them are worth Benson has been highly critical of rigid highlevel price support features of existing farm law He has contended they price crops Says Man Killed Hot Marsh CLINTON Ky A woman representing herself jas the sister of ThomasJohnMarsh once linked to theGreenlease kidnaping case said Thursday a hitchhiker killed in an auto crash near here v and believed to be Marsh was not her brother Meanwhile a sister of Henry Epperly Hannibal Mo missing from his home four months called Wednesday nightand suggested the victim might be her brother The caller Mrs Helen Doke is on her way here About The Weather Mason City Mostly fair through Friday Not much temperature change Iowa Warmer Friday High Friday 5662 Minnesota Partly cloudy Friday Warmer am Thursday Maximum Minimum At 8 am YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 49 28 31 55 21 Like Benson PHILADELPHIA heavy majority of farmers approve of Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson Farm Journal magazine said Thursday de spite the cattlemens caravan and other spectacular maneuvers ol the opposition vThe article will appear in the magazines December issue out Monday out of markets create surpluses and bring on unwanted production controls f Some farm leaders and law makers who favor the present pro gram have demanded that Benson resign President Eisenhower has said he is standing backof his Cabinet official Takes Slap Benson a slap at those who are urging continuation of the present 90 per cent of parity price supports for major crops beyond the 1954 expiration date Parity a standard for measuring farm prices is declared by law to be fair to farmers as well as con sumers in relation to prices farm ers must pay I am firmly convinced Ben son said that we should and that we can and that we must help American farmers achieve full achieve it in the right place the market place And we must do it While preserving and GlobeGazette weather data up to increasing the essence of free dom Benson said a sound farm pro gram must build better farm mar kets develop new uses for farm products show farmers how to develop balanced farming plans and increase their efficiency AP Wlrephotb ON WAYTO NEW HOMEtFouryearbld Lee Kyurig Soova Korean orphan sports a bigsmile from the arms of Chief Boatswain Mate Vincent Paladino after they ar rived in California from Hawaii Paladino hopes to adopt the boy he found wandering the streets of Inchon Case Subpoena Refers to Division of Powers Probe Delayed WASHINGTON Former President Truman Thurs day rejected a subpoena from the House UnAmerican Activities Committee and any move to try to iforce him to testify in the Harry Dexter case appeared remote In a letter to Chairman Velde the exPresident took a stand that the Constitutions divisioti of powers of government stood as a barrier o his complying with the ubpoena in spife of a personal willingness to cooperate with your As the developments came here FAMILIAR FALL SCENE IN NORTH IOWA The startling beating of wings as a rooster pheasant bursts out of cover in front of a hunter is captured in this pic ture Thousands of North lowans were out in the field Wednesday for the opening of the season Reports were j GlobeGazette of varying luck Many had their limit shortly after the season opened at noon while others worked all afternoon tor a The hunter shown here is Donald Meyer 1640 Carolina NE Developments at a Glance By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Velde first announced that he was postponing indefinitely Fridays ommittee session to which he had lummoned an Thursdays developments in the pretty Nvdl washedout the subpoena issue at least for re Harry Dexter White trbversy included Former President Truman fuses to obey subpoena from House can Activities Committee Chairmen Velde RI11 of the committee announces before the Truman refusal is made public that the former Presidents sched uled appearance Friday has been indefinitely postponed Senate Internal Securitysubcom takes testimony1 in secret T Lamar Caudle former as sistant attorney general Caudle tells reporters afterwardshe be in 1946 at anFBI repprt onWhite but that therewas no proof of statements linking White to Soviet espionage Sub committee calls Harry H Vaughan former military aide to Truman as a witness spy conimmediate future Fowl Wxld OAKLAND Calif The duck must have been the Houdini of the fowl world l Jack P Deavotirs parked his car Wednesday on a slope above Oaklands Lake Merritt locked it rolled up the windows and walked to his job The car rolled into the lake A dredging crew pulled vit out Inside swimming around in water that had seeped in was a mal lard drake How he accomplished the feat is still a mystery and the duck isnt talking Guided Missies May Give Protection on Tornadoes AUSTIN Tex guided missile may someday be Lirecl into the roaring heart of a tornado and save a city like Waco Tex from such damage and death left there last spring Two scientists believe it completelypractical and possible achievement in the near Working on Plans PANMUN JOM UP The Indian command Thursday worked on de filed plans for screening Chinese and Korean war prisoners if the Communists abandon efforts to woo them home Red interviews with prisoners refusing repatriation were celed for the eighth straight day when the Communists repeated their demand to see 356 POWs who were skipped stalling persuad ers last Thursday Official quarters said the Red move appeared tobe merely a maneuverj Avhile the Communist iiighcommand decides whether to jjo along with newrules for run ning the interviews Lt Gen K S Thimayya In dian chairman of the Neutral Na ions Rep a tri a ti o n Commis sion has told the Reds to interview entire compounds of 500 men each in a day orskip those not inter viewed TAX COLLECTION DES MOINES use tax collections on new motor ve hicles arid trailers for September exceeded the intake a year earlier by the State Use Tax De partment said Thursday BULLETIN WASH1NGTOK OBThe Atomic SurveyCommission announced 1 Thursday it is cancelUns plans for a H million dollar plant hear Macomb III The commission said the cancellation resulted f r o m technical developments which will considerably enlarge the output of already existing plants turning out the same pro ducts as would havecome from the projected new plant future Dr Fritz 0 Rossmann a Ger man physicist and meteorologist brought to this country by the Air Force six months ago has pro pounded a new theory about tor nado behavior Col Rollins H Mayor electronic Scientist at the Air Force missile test center Patrick Air Force Base Fla where Rossmann is says the theory makes possible a national tornadodamage prevention net Rossmann and Mayer1 were here to present papersand propose the net at the 125th annual meeting of the American Meteorological So ciety v Rossmann claims there is a ter rifically powerful downdraft iri the funnel of a an updraft as has long been believed His plan is to pinch off thisfun nel from the cloud that isfeeding it its destructive whirling down draft power He thinks a guided missile exploded into the air mass overhanging the funnel will do the job Old Impression impression of an updraft in a tornados funnel is created he told The Associated Press by the downdraft jet striking the ground or water then bouncing back upward outside the funnel Mayer predicted tornado de struction might be achieved in five to 10 years if sufficient support can be mustered for necessary study and research The kind of net he proposes would consist of mobile antitor nado stations assembled at air ports near large cities where torna does might be expected FAMOUS NAMES IOWA CITY new ele riicntary schools being built here will be named for former Presi dent Herbert Hoover and the fa mous author Mark Twain i1 v Four i n Mishap Near coming to rest on its top Both cars were completely wrecked No Witnesses Officers said Thursday witnesses1 to the crash could be found and details seemed to be meager Robert Bride of Manly Worth County coroner was tinuing his investigation Thurs WHERE TWO PERSONS isthe caruiwhich Mrs Willis AT Sawin and her infant son sXvere killed Wednesday night in an accident nine miles west of North wood Four were injured in the tragedy The Sawincar rolled over and over after it collided with one driven by Gilbert H Grunhoyd 31 of Lake Mills It was estimated that the Grunhovdcar skidded aboutqSQfeefbefore the impact Mrs Sawin Son Die in Collision NORTHWOOD Mrs Willis A Sawin 45 arid her year and bne halfpld Mayriard were killed and other persons were in jured in a collision on Highway 105 aboutnine miles west of Northwood about p mWednesday in fair condition at a hospital in Mason City Thursday were Mr Sawin 38 daughter Alice Sawin 3 Charles Eacherich 25 and Gilbert H Grunhoyd 31 both of Lake Mills The Sawins live on a farm near Northwood Killed at Mrs Sawin was killed at the scene of the accident and herson the hospital Wednesday died at night The Sawin family was in a car going west and apparently making a turn toward highway when the south off the collision the oc curred with the Grunhovd car in which Eacherich was a passenger coming from the west It was estimated that the Gruh lovd car skidded about 150 feet be fore the impact The Sawin car was bowled over and over about 100 feet when it was stnickj finally Another Iowa woman was killed Wednesdaywhen she run over by a truckin Des Mpines Mrs Louis Caplan 61 was the victim of the mishap Herdeath raised to 13 the number of persons killed in Des Moines this year an in crease nine over last year The three 1953 highway death toljl in the state at 511 cottipared with 489 a year ago In another Iowa highway acci dent Charles B Rodgers 23 serv iceman home on furlough from the Navy was injured critically early his car went out of control on a turn on Highway 1 three miles south of Fairfield Rodgerswas takento University Hospitals in Iowa City with a crushed chest brain concussion and a neck cut which required 27 stitches CRASHES NAPLES Italy Navy torpedo bomber plunged into a house 09 the outskirts Naples Thursday killing three Ameri cans and two Italian children Red Hunter President of Philippines MANILA blacksmiths son who only 10 years ago was an un known guerrilla captain battling Japanese invaders of the Philip pines is this island republics third President Ramon Magsaysay at 46 is a ris ing star among democratic leaders threatened part this of the world To millions of Filipinos he is a knight whose shining armor is a bright sport shirt and his charger a bouncing jeep They turned out in record droves to give him a landslide victory over aging President Elpidio Qui rino Magsaysay is not a seasoned poli tician But many Apolitical observ ers agree that his fionesty and al most limitless 7 coiiplqd with the fresh1 vision of youth may make him an outstanding presiden tial administrator He demands results not reasons or excuses No Clark Concern Catting off the hearing meant ioo that there was no reason for poena issued for him to testify Fri day Charles P Murphy Trumans ounsel personally delivered Tru mans letter to Velde shortly aft er the committee chairman called off thesession Velde made it pub ic Even as1 this matter wasput aside Senate investigators began exploratory hearings on the roar ing controversy touched off by Atty Gen Brpwnells charges that Truman promoted White a Treas ury official in 1946 iri1 the face of FBI reports that White was a Rus sian spy T Lamar Caudle onetimeas sistant attorney the initial witness before the Senate Internal Security Subcommittee be after aboutalthour reporters he became 1946 about an FBI re on there was no proof or statements linking White to Soviet Surveillance Caudlealso suggested that White may have been kept under surveil lance after the FBI reports on ham TrumanVpromoted White from AssistantSecretary of the Treas ury to US executive director of the International Monetary Fund arly ip 1946 Brownellcharged in a speechin Chicago last week that Truman took this action in the face of two FBI reports that exposed White as a Soviet spy Brownell called it an estab lishedjfact that White was a spy when Truman sent his nomination to the Senate Caudletold newsmen he saw a 10 to 16page FBI report on White wJhil Whites nomination was pending before the Senate Although I cannotremember anything he said its contents alarmed me Irijalkingwith reporters he said that inthe 1948 campaign he had madea speeches for Tru man of cQurse was after he had seenthe FBI report on White and after White had been con firmed by the Senate High Court Justice Asked about this Caudle said he felt he had done all he could by calling the report to the atten tion of Tom Clark who was at torney general m 1946 and now is a Supreme Court justice said Caudle there was no proof that these statements about this man White were true He remarked that a lot of people knew of the report and added that if in fact White was amember of an espionage system then they would have kept hini under con Ive thoughtperhapsthats ex actly why it was done Caudle said Hedid not elaborate Caudle who now practices law in North Carolina was fired from the Truman administration in No vember 1951j in thei midst of a congressional investigation of tax scandals Thesenators planned a public afternon hearing with Maj Gen HarryH Vaughan as the witness BrownellHsaicTFBI reports intend ed for Truman weredelivered to Vaughan then the Presidents mil itary aide On The 200 Prospective Visit Mason City Schools 14 Iowa Plans to StfckWifh Last Saturdays Lineup If Says Chtckasaw Grand Jury Erred in Report Jt   

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