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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 15, 1953, Mason City, Iowa                                M V North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home ITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL N 0 R T H I 0 W A N S N E I G 8 0 R S HOME EDITION VOL LX Associated Press United Press Full Lease Vfiitt Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY towA TUESDAY DECEMBER is 1953 Mosf Congressmen Opposed to Revised Setup tor Draft This Paper Two One HOME Nixon home again after a 10week trip to Asia with her Vice President husband shows her two small daughters some of the Christmas presents she brought for them Julie 5 left holds a gold beaded mat from Pakistan and her sevenyear old sister Tricia looks at a dressfromAfghanistan Back From Long Trip Nixon Returns With Many World Problems President Nixon has a brief case problems all studied at first hand to spread before Councilperhaps Tuesday TheyVdeal with situations he examined in 70 days of travel of government and plain in Asia the Middle f Eastarid the Pacific Injunction on Oleo Imprint Is Removed DES MOINES Imprint provi sions of Iowas colored oleomarga rine law will remain in effect for the present at least under a ruling by the Iowa Supreme Court Tues day The high nullified a Polk County District Court temporary injunction which prohibited en forcement of the imprint provi sion The imprint provision provides that the word oleo must be im printed four times on each seg ment of colored oleomargarine in Iowa A Kansas City firm and a Des Moines grocer had sought to nul lify the imprint provision They argued it was an invasion of their property rights and that it was unconstitutional The Supreme Court however ruled that a temporary injunction against enforcement ot the imprint provision was not property grant ed The plaintiffs said had not shown their property rights had been invaded to such an extent The high court stressed how ever that it was not expressing an opinion as to the final merits of the attack on the imprint provi sion but only on the propriety of using a temporary injunction Elevator Falls Women Killed KANSAS CITY WiAn elevator carrying 15 persons plunged four stories to the bottom of its shaft in a garment manufacturing firm Monday Two women were killed and five injured A twoton weight used as a counterbalance fell on top of the elevator crushing the cars heavy wire top On The Rates Grid Play Top State Sports Story Kline Seeks ReElection Farm Bureau Chief Heavy January Term for Cerro Gordo Jurors 13 2 10 The council composed of top officials of the executive depart ment has first call on Nixons re port on the trip that ended Mon day Later he will meet with con gressional leaders and State De partment officials Nixon said President Eisenhower would decide whether there is to be a radioTV report to the nation He had a preliminary talk with the President Monday By regions here are some of the problems on which Nixon is pre pared to report 1 South and New Zealand both strongly pro American are worried by what At Meeting WASHINGTON res i dent Eisenhower called his cabi net Into session at the White House Tuesday to hammer out final details of the administra tions 1954 legislative program which will be submitted to Re publican congressional leaders later this week The meeting was the third in a series of three such cabinet meetings on the legislative pro gram Vice President Richard Nixon who returned Monday f r o m a globecircling goodwill tour was invited to sit in Group Asks UMT Be Put Into Beirig WASHINGTON UrVM6st mem bers of Congress who expressed themselves Tuesday on a Presiden tial commissions recommendation for a military manpower policy re coiled from its central versal military training for youths notdrafted The National Security Training Commission said Monday in a special report to President Eisen hower that UMT could be put into effect by January 1955 or earlier operating simultaneously with the draft The plan would require con gressional approval The commission proposed a lot tery to determine whether a youth would get six months training or be required to serve two years as a draftee Presently Unfair The group said the program while not achieving absolute equal ity at least would avoid what it called the present unfair situation in which veterans are the only re servists available to be called up in a sudden war emergency Under the UMT pro gram the trainees would be called ahead of veterans The commission contended its program also might save money by permitting a reduction in the reg ular military forces and mighi help deter war by setting steady program of longterm pre paredness HouseSpeaker Joseph W Martin Jr said flatly dont thinkthe program would have much chance Congress has already said the draft and UMT should not operate concurrently Rep Short chairman of the House Armed Services Com mittee declared Iam opposed toUMT It A Rep W Sterling Cole chairman of the SenateHouse Atomic Energy Committee and a member of the House ArmedrServ ices Committeecommented that with the increasing emphasis on atomic weapons the need for large numbers of menin uniform is con siderably lessened Not Much Choke Cole who has supported UMT n the past said he did riot think Congress would passit now a hat he might switch his own posi tion Rep Arends the House OP whip said the draft and UMT cannot operate simultaneously Rep Allen chairman of he key House Rules Committee said Ive always been against it and still ami Sen Edwin C Johnson said Im very much opposed to UMT dont think it can operate with the draft at all Sen Duff however said le is in complete accord with he commission report He said it imposes an obligation upon all citizens of military age it distrib utes the burden in a fair way and makes possible an effective reserve without the expense of big standing forces they call trade restrictions against their wool and dairy products 2 Far EastiNtxon was told that Japan bursting with a temporary economic boom is about to reas sert its leadership over Asia 3 Southeast m problem is a growing French ef fort to settle a seven years war with the Communistlied Vietminh 4 South Unittd States faces a basic decision in determin ing how to deal with Indias Prime Minister Nehru prime for the neutralism prevalent in this area Howell Coach of Football Giants NEW YORK W The New York football Giants Tuesday named Jim LeeHowell star player and assistant coach under Steve to Succeed Owen as head coach of the National Football League team Owen announced his re tirement from coaching last week arid will head up the clubs scout ing system Not in Washington Some lawmakers who have fa vored UMT werenot in Washing on However others said privately hey fear the 1954 session is the wrong time to bring it up They pointed out that it is an election year and the legislative program alreadyis crowded After the Korean truce was signed President Eisenhower asked the commission to take a ook at inequities in the method y which military reserves are set upand other manpower prob ems The made mblic Monday was in response to request rAII About The Weather Mason City Mostly cloudy windy and colder with occasional snow flurries Wednesday Wednesday fair and colder Minnesota Wednesday fair colder south HobeGazette weather data up to a mTuesday Maximum 21 Minimum 35 At 8 a m 18 Precipitation Trace rEAR AGO Maximum 22 Minimum 7 2000H No 57 PREVIOUSLY REPORTED S IGS3 LNO Club 5x From Lillian 20 That Doctor Friend 50 XI Nu Exemplar X353 Beta Sigma Phi 5 0 Jolly Workers Club Klemme 20C Mills Friends 2 0 AuxllUry Brotherhood of Rail road Trainmen 2 0 An Old 350 Myers Beauty Studio 30 The Breeses JQ 01 TA T Club 2 Ol ArlUnne Beckjorden rOf Mason Clly Fire Fljhters Assn 1001 THE DAYS TOTAL TOTAL TO DATK s 51131 CAMPAIGN GOAL S25000C 5195371 CASH STILL NEEDED Your Gift Is Needed Right Now OU WILL BE helping the ad ministrators o the Christmas Cheer Fund b sending your gif right now Tha the word from Miss Don Bruce Tuesdaj morning it i s Bruce is execu livesecretary of Family Service Inc which from the beginning o the Christmas Cheer Fund has had We responsibility of expending thi fund to the best possible advantage There are some items that need to be purchased kwell in advance of Christmas and it helps to know whether the available cash is going to be great enough to meet the needs of bur community Remem ber there must be no empty stock ings on Christmas morning So unless theres some really im portant reason for delaying the con tribution you plan to make later why not act now Either bring il o theGlobeGazette office or mail t to Christmas Cheer Fund Mason City Iowa Iowa High Court Clears Last Block for Sewer Project The last legal barrier to con struction of the Clear Lake Sani ary Sewer District was removed Tuesday by the Iowa Supreme The Supreme Court ruled that he districtis valid and entitled o issue bonds and operate The ruling upheld a decisionby Judge f A Beardsmore in Cerro Gordo District Court in a test case rought by F P Walker Clear Lake The case was brought in order to establish the legality of he bonds which must be issued o finance construction Bill Curphy Des Moines con ractor will undoubtedly begin activities on the sewer work in the near future said E B Stillman Dlear Lake attorney for the dis trict trustees Some of the work must be done the ground is rozen heexplained Carl Herikel Mason City who las the contractfor the sewer dis posal plant was at a letting in Waterloo and could not be reached concerning the beginning of that vork BUYCHWSfMAS SIEAtS US All pared to Give ies Atomic Secrets U S ENVOY LEAVES Arthur Dean who broke off talks with the Communists after prolonged efforts to set up a Korean peace conference shakes hands and says to Lt Gen K S Thimayya Indian chairman of the Neutral Nations Repatriation Commission as he leaves for the United States Indian Positive Americans Wont Reject Communism Says POWs Converted to Red Cause PANMUNJOM W Indian Lt K S Thimayya faded Thurs day in a personai appeal to coax 22 balky American prisoners to icar Allied efforts to woo them lomejHe said afterward he felt hhey never would agree Thimayya said he is certain in lis own mind that all prisoners in he proRed North Amer cans 1 Briton and 328 North Ro to stay with the because of firm politi cal beliefs Thimayya pictured the Ameri cans as suspicious and hostile and pointed out that any who wanted to jo home could do so easily merely by turning himself over to an In dian guard Attend Universities The Indian chairman of the Neu ral Nations Repatriation Commis sion said the 22 Americans told him Tuesday that after they are some plan to attend uni versities in Peiping and other ci iesOthers plan to farm in China or visit Iron Curtaincountries in urope They say they will work to vards world peace Thimayya said He added that one American told him that any who change their minds and decideto go home af er say will return to he United States All presumably would be subject o desertion charges and possibly more serious offenses if they re urned openly however Bring Families Other prisoners told Thimayya lie Communists had told them after a couple ofyears if you ike we will take up the question if bringing your families out Thimayya said the Americans are suspicious of anybody and verybody They think anyone who the compound to see them must be trying to convert them The general said the prisoners were dying for news He told them that President Syngman Rhee of South Korea re ently visited Formosa that a meeting of the Big Four will be icld that the political talks to ar ange a peace conference have been broken off Free Atter Jan 22 PANMUNJOM Gen K S Thimayya said Tuesday Indian troops will not retain custody of war prisoners who have refused to go home after Jan the way for their release as civilians The Korean armistice provides that unrepatriated prisoners are to be released 120 days after they were turned over to Indian custo Jan 22 The Communists however have argued that the prisoners should be held in Koreas neutral zone untiP a peace conference decides their fate Thimayya said in an interview that Indian troops would have to have approval of both the Communists and the Allies to keep custody of the prisoners after the Jan 22 deadline Thimayya is chairman of the Neutral Nations Repatriation Com mission Officials of Charity Answer Blast at Methods NEW YORK of the National Kids Day Foundation saying they are surprised arid shocked by accusations against methods promise to answer testimony given before New York legislative com mittee The Foundations executive committee says it has representa ives enroute here from California to testify voluntarily before the ommittee Wednesday A statement by the foundation committee says the legislative c o m m ittees hearings on the activities of charity organi zations and pro fessional fund appar ently have be come a publici ty football The foundation hat the legisla tive committee FIDLER chairman State Sen Bernard Tompkins New York City Repub ican made unwarranted charges jefore ourrepresentatives arrived 0 present the true facts Columnist and radio commenta tor Jimmy Pidler president and organizer of the foundation said n Hollywood that themotive for he legislative committee inquiry here is undoubtedly good but he It seems like theyre picking on us for the purpose of publicity A committee accountant said at Mondays hearingthat the Kids Day Foundation raised nearly four million dollars from June 1948 to June 1953 but so far has spent mly promoting National Kids Day Demos Fight GOP Ouster WASHINGTON UP mem bers of the War ClaimsCommis sion removed by PresidentEisen hower say they have engaged law yers to fight the Presidents ac tion Mrs Georgia LLusk ron Wiener Democrats made pub lice Monday letters to the Presi dent saying they planned action to establish the impropriety ol their removal Says Ike Will Ask Permission Wilson Tells of Endeavor PARIS Secretary Charles E Wilson told the North Atlantic Council of Ministers Tues lay that the Eisenhower adminis ration is prepared to ask Congress or legislation to permit the United States to share pertinent infor mation on nuclear weapons with its Allies Wilsons announcement was dis posed by an official spokesman of the North Atlantic Treaty Or anization at a press conference Big 3 Agreement It was the first official disclosure of an atomic information agree ment worked out in last weeks Big Three Bermuda conference Other developments in a big day of NATO conferences included Supreme Commander en Alfred M Gruenther said that the buildup of his North Atlantic Treaty jforces has been fantastic and that they soon will be given added power in the form of atomic weapons Defense Minister Brooke Claxtoh announced in be half of the Allies that a twoyear dispute over standard NATO rifle ammunition has been ended with the adoption pf the newly devel oped American 30 caliber car tridges as standard was announced that the 14 NATO 65 billion dollars on defense this year an of 10 per cent over 1952 The United States has spent of the total and Canada Wilsons announcement i means that President Eisenhower is now prepared to ask Congress to amend he Atomic Energy Act to permit the United Statesto give the Allies some of its secret information The would give them k knowledge about the uses and effects of the latest weapons in the American arsenal so they could plan uptodate strat egy and tactics for use against any ommunist drive from the East There is no word but fantas ic to describe the increase in Allied power against Communist aggression since the dark days of 951 when Gen Dwight D Eisen lower arrived in Europe to brgan ze Allied supreme headquarters Gruenther told the North Atantic Council of Ministers Not Automatic But the prospect of atomic weap ins does not mean an automatic eduction of will be possi le Gruentherwarned He said Allied leaders must keep open minds and resist popular pres ure to cut troop strength Gruenther made his report as France rocked with anger and urpriseover the warningMonday y StateJohn Foster Dulles that theUnited States must nake an review 06 American policy unless France fat fies the European Defense Com munity pact soon Diplomats called Dulles state ments shock tactics News papers called them brutal and a clumsy warning v Former French Premier Ed niard Daladiera bitter foe of the European Armyplan said Dulles tatements profoundly injure French national feeling Expanding on their contention in interviews they said they consid ered themselves still in office and that they understood the new Re publican appointees to the com mission had stopped payment of claims and intend to investigate what the commission has done to date SAME BLACK FLAG MEANff TKAFFIO DEATH IN FAST 24 HOUKS PLANE SPOTTERS ISSENTIAL TO AIR AND CIVI1 tEFENSC In the vevent of a surprise air attack the trained Civilian Piano Spotter would be of vital importance both to the Air Force and Civil Defense Early warning of approaching planes would give our fighter pilots a better chance to challenge the in vaders in the skywould give civil ians in target area more lima to reach shelters TRllyon ierve M Plane Spotter two houri week IwtbCrtMdOhsimrCirpifwr JOT CALL row MoiOTciflL tome office Published at a public ttrvtee n cej operation withTheAdvtrtitlnt   

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