Mason City Globe Gazette, January 4, 1954

Mason City Globe Gazette

January 04, 1954

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 4, 1954, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited or the CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LX Associated pfM Bnj United Ints lVli Wires Seven Cents a Copyi MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JANUARY 4 1954 This Iapcr Consists ot Zvo One No 7 One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL Managing Editor Politics Isnt a Naughty Word QUIETLY and without fanfare a movement got under way in our country in the year just ended that could bring enormous benefits to future America Its goal is to GOP Hails Program as Dynamic r At Big 4 Meeting in Berlin attract our minds into service besttrained college the field of public Plan to Talk Over Atomic Offer Whereas in the past and at pres ent the word politics has car ried a connotation ranging from flippancy to downright sordidncss the program to which I refer will seek to restore to it the first mean ing which Noah Webster had in mind when he defined politics as the science of government A prime 1 guess I could say THE prime this significant movement is Ar thur T Vanderbilt at present chief justice of the New Jersey Slate Supreme Court but formerly dean of the School of Law at New York University which has become the center of what is designated as the Citizenship Clearing House Hes a True Scholar My own high regard for Mr Van derbilt was reflected in my en thusiastic but futile effort not so long ago to have him appointed to the Chief Justiceship of the United States Supreme Court following the death of Fred Vinson As a scholar of the law he has no superiors and few peers in the America of today Judge Vandcrbilts fellow barris ters a few years ago demonstrated their regard for him by making him President of the American Bar Association His Roscoe Pound lec tures at the University of Nebras ka probably stand as the ablest exposition ever written on the role of the legislative judicial and ex ecutive branches of our govern ment But Mr Vanderbilt hasnt lived his life in any ivory tower For 29 years he exemplified the ideafof the educator in politics First be led a reform movement within his party and thehfor many yearshe served as theofficial chief of that party in one of the countrysmost populous counties Wants Trained Leaders While somewhat insulated now from roughandtumble politics by reason of his position on the bench he has lost none of his oid zeal for training young men and womenfor intelligent and effective participa tion in politics The very preser vation of our democratic processes seems to him to be at stake in this principle But just havmg this idea would not have meant much if Judge Vanderbilt and those of like mind hadnt done something about it What they did meeting at the Law Center of New York University was to set up a program which would harness and make use of existent facilities and personnel in the colleges and universities of America In less than two years the Citi zenship Clearing House idea has been put to work in upwards of 15 states That about half of that number came into being in the last half of the year just closed is evi dence of how rapidly the program Is gaining momentum Iowa Latest Addition One of the latest units on the WASHINGTON State De partment said Monday Secretary Dulles and Russian Foreign Minis ter Molotov probably will meet and discus s President Eisenhowers proposal for a peacetime pool of atomic energy whenthey arc in Berlin for the fourpower confer ence opening Jan 25 Press Officer Henry Suydam dis closed this at a news conference He said American Ambassador Charles E Dohlon discussed the lens remarks under considera Presidents proposal with Mololov in Moscow fast Wednesday This first conversation said Suydam was to discuss the best method of procedure as to how the substantive talks should be con ducted In other words what the am bassador talked to the foreign min ister about was how best we can get actual negotiations going Suydam said Molotov took Boh tion and promised to gel in touch with him later Meantime the Western are planning to confront Russia with a threepoint German peace program at the Berlin conference if it appears that the Soviets show up with some serious intention to negotiate One effect of the program worked out by the United Slates British and French governments view of Western officials to wipe Powers out the Communist East German in a scries of meetings recently concluded at Paris would be in the government It therefore appears in advance to be wholly unacceptable to the Soviels Authorities here voice doubl that even a slart can be made at Berlin toward developing a real compromise between the Russian and Western attitudes to ward Germanys future AP Wirbphofo Wil liam Jenner left chairman ofhe Senate In ternal Security Subcommitteeand Pat McCarran Dem arrive in Montreal for a top secret conference with Igor Gouxenko former Soviet clerk Secrecy Covers Tracks in Quizzing ExCommie MONTREAL official secrecy and thick Ca nadian snow covered the tracks of US Senators William Jenner RInd and Pat McCarran DNev Monday in their quest for what Igor Gouzenko knows about Soviet spying in States The two top members of theSenate internal security sub committee accompanied by two aides arrived here Sunday in a blaze of publicity for list is lown where following a most stimulating conference in early November there was a whole hearted insistence on the part of all in attendance that the program be made permanent The appropri ate is now in process of being set up As in the numerous other places where the movement is making it self felt the Iowa meeting brought together college presidents admin istrators and trustees representa tives of political science depart ments and leaders in public affairs Democrats and Republicans alike For two days the conferees at the University of Iowa came to grips with the problem of how with the means at hand a wider and more effective participation in poli tics by talented young college graduates could be achieved In sounding the keynote for the meeting President Hancher of the University of Iowa repeated what for many years has been constantly on hisheart and often his lips namely that our fine and able young people must be made to know that political life is honorable and important If college graduates cannot be publicity for their secret meeting with the for mer Soviet code clerk whose 1945 flight from the Russian Embassy in Ottawa revealeda Communist atom spy ring in America and Britain Afler a news conference and a closely guarded sixhour parley in Ihe Windsor Hotel with Supt J R Lemieux of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police the senators and Lemiciix slipped into an official car late Sunday afternoon and drove rapidly off into the snow storm which blanketed Montreal There was some speculation that Goiizenko had been brought to the hotel for the interview but the partys later departure seemed to indicate they were headed for a secret rendezvous U S Ambas sador Douglas Stuart also at tended the hotel conference and left with the group rAII About The Weather Mason City Mostly cloudy some what hazy Monday night Iowa Fair Tuesday with little change in temperature Minnesota Partly cloudy through Tuesday GlobeGazelle weather data up to 8 am Maximum 30 Minimum 20 j At 8 am 21 Tobacco Industry Starts Concerted Drive to Learn If Smoking Causes Cancer NEW YORK tobacco industry research committee has been formed by cigaret manufacturers and tobacco groups to investigate whether there is any connection be tween cigaret smoking and lung cancer An advertisement appearing Monday says the manufac believe The products Censorship we make are not injurious to of Movies Before Court WASHINGTON cen sorship was one of the chief issues before the Supreme Court Monday as it ended a brief holiday recess and went back to work The question to be decided whelheiit is an infringement of free speech for a to ban a film on the ground that it tends or to corrupt to promote crime morals The Shewing justices will hear formal arguments about the middle of the veek in two test cases based on he pictures M and La Ronde They planned to get in the mood ilonday afternoon however by a special showing of M n their conference room The picture produced by Sv perior Films Inc is the story of man prematurely dismissed from a mental hospital who is driven t till small girls Ohio banned it o he grounds it encourages crime Love Affairs Tuesday the court will see L Ronde The a French anguage movie that shows cries of interlocking love affairs Commercial Pictures Corp th roducer concedes that the them s illicit love but denies the film s immoral as New York censor laimed when they banned it In both test cases the producer rgue that showing objectionabl movies should be punished after an ffense has been committed no y censorship beforehand T h tales say they have a constitu onal right to use sufficient cen health The display advertisement adds however that medical research should not be dismissed lightly even Ihough its results are in conclusive Ail But One Formation of the committee which includes all but one major American c i g a ret manufacturer and several associations of tobacco growers was announced Sunday Others may join the committee later a spokesman said is Theadvertisement headed a Frank Statement to Cigarette smokers was the industry com mittees first activity The united industry members the announcement said have pledged aid and assistance to the research effort into all phases of tobacco use and health including financial aid in addition to funds already being contributed by in dividual companies for medical re search The committees advertisement loted statistics purportedly linking lung cancer to cigarette smoking and also mentioned that some sci entists have questioned the signifi cance of recent experiments on lung cancer Given Solace For more than 300 years the advertisement declared tobacco has given solace relaxation and enjoyment to mankind At one time or another during those years critics have held it responsible for practically every disease of the human body One by one these charges have been abandoned for lack of evidence Regardless of the record of the past the fact that cigarette smok ing today should even be suspected as a cause of a serious disease is AP Wirephoto RADIO LAB Radio Laboratories one of the nations largest manufacturers of radio parts was destroyed by fire in Council Bluffs Sunday Twenty five persons living in apartments on the second floor of the building fled in their night clothes Damage was esti mated at orship to protect the public wel fare TRACTOR FATALITY OSKALOOSA CUP G 1 e n n Aalbers 17 Barnes City died Sunday at a hospital of injuries suffered last Tuesday when tractor overturned on him at his farm home Half of Force Now Jers iold on this he asserted the outlook Is Indeed bleak Halpwiby Falk Foundation Representing the parent organ ization Prof James W Miller of Michigan State College outlined the origins and development of the Idea and told of the invaluable as CONTINUED ON PACE 2 US Meets Soviet Threat by Making More Bombers WASHINGTON The Air Force racing against thc growth of Russian air power now has at least half its fleet of strategic me dium bombers composed of swift highaltitude jet craft And by the end of this year the last of the World War II design conyentionalcngined B29 and B50 bonibers may be gone from the medium wings replaced by the atom bombhitting Boeing B47 jets These developments apparently figures in the recent decision Mo rely less on manpower and more on air power to maintain the US military position in the Far East In 1953 deliveries of all types of military planes from the aircraft industry totaled about 12000 Accellerated deliveries coupled with training during recent months it was learned Monday have enabled the Strategic Air Command to raise to between 8 and 10 the number of medium bomber wings equipped with B47s A wing of that typo rcrriaiy con tains 45 planes The rapid increase iji the Soviet Unions operating air fleet of jet nnd rocketpowered interceptors has made more urgent the con version of the U S strategic fleet froni the slow 400 miles an hour jet planes For longrange heavy bombard ment the air force at present has about four wings 30 planes each of Convair B36 huge planes can carry 40 tons of bombs of any kind including hy drogen weapons at moderate ranges and operate over a radius of more than 5000 miles with les ser loads Their speed has been stepped up to above 435 milesby adding jet engines to the six piston engines which give the bomber its ultralong distance Delivery of the first production items of the Boeing B52 heavy alljet bomber is expected to start next fall j j Wircphoto RECORD GUEST Raul de la Torre political foe of the Peruvian regime is starting his sixth year of asylum in the Colombian embassy at Lima Peru South American custom traditionally permits foes of the government to seek asylum in an embassy a matter of deep concern to us The industry committee state ment said that statistics such as those indicating the increase in cigarette smoking and the increase n lung cancer in men have fol owed the same pattern could ap ply with equal force to any one of many other aspects of modern ife The statement added In deed the validity of the statistics hemselves is questioned by num erous scientists Clear Lake Man Seeks Nomination DES MOINES O Young erman of Clear Lake obtained nomination papers from the Secre ary of States office Monday as a candidate for the Republican nomination for Commerce Com missioner in the June primary He vas an unsuccessful candidate for he same nomination in 1952 NAME POLICE CHIEF ESTHERVILLE UP The ity Council meets again Monday ight lo decide the appointment f a new police chief SAME 1B1ACK F1AO MEANS THAm DEATH IN rUT 14 BQURS Herring Runs for Governor Seeks Nomination of Democrats DBS MOINES JVPolk County Attorney Clyde E Herring 38 of DCS Moines announced Monday his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for governor of Iowa Herring whose late father served both as governor and US senator now is serving his second term as county attorney He has been ac tive in enforcement of the liquor and gambling laws Shall Seek Office In the first Iowa political candi dacy announcement to be recorded for use on television Herring read a brief statement saying I shall seek the office of gover nor this coming year The results 15 years ofVun interrupted dominance of bur state government by one party Republi can clearly indicates it is now time for a change Progress and a continuance of the achievements which were made in behalf of the people of Iowa in the early 1930s have been halted The leaders of the majority party have iost all incentive to ad vance lnestate government in the public interest Not All Answers There are many problems fac ing our statetoday and I do not pretend to have all of the answers UN Demands Early Release of Prisoners PANMUNJOM Korea United Nations Command began constructing two huge camps Mon day to handle 22000 antiRedpris insisted upon their re lease on Jan 23 UN Supreme Commander Gen John E Hull notified Lt Gen K S Thimayya chairman of the Neu tral Nations Repatriation Commis sion that the Allies would not per mit the release date beyond the deadline fixed in the Korean mistice agreement We shall not accept any other proposal which amends the Jan 22 date the last day upon which Chiefs Get Preview of Legislation Martin Predicts National Backing WASHINGTON iff President Eisenhower gave Republicans leg islative leaders a detailed review Monday of his program for the new session of Congress and House Speaker Martin RMass haiied it as dynamic and progressive all think it is a program that will be well received by all elements of the country Martin said as spokesman for the leaders White House Press Secretary James C Hagerty announced the President will submit his 19541955 budget to Congress Jan 21 and will follow it with the annual eco nomic message on Jan 28 Hagerty said Eisenhower will send Congress special messages recommending farm and labor law changes Jan 11 Mondays meeting with nine GOP congressional leaders and Cabinet was preliminary to a session Tues Ike Speaks WASHINGTON 0 President Eisenhower gives the nation Mon day night a report on his first year in office and perhaps some broad outline of the program he will lay before Congress when it meets later this week Tuesday morning selected Democratic congressional lead ers and again some of their GOP counterparts will be given preview of those sections of the message dealing with foreign af a trss I defense and possi bly other matters Refuse Asylum FIRST MARINE DIVISION Ko rea Marines stationed along Koreas demilitarized zone said Monday they had denied asylum to a Communist horse The horse being worked hard by the Communists broke across the demarcation line into Allied territory After hurried consulta tions it was decided to send him back prisoners in Neutral Nations Re patriation Commission custody can be denied their letter said freedom Hulls Thimayyas superior Indias Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and the Communists object to the release of tbe antiRed Chinese and North Koreans at am Jan 23 because the longdelayed Korean political conference has not met to debate their fate Just before Thimayya entered a hut for Mondays commission meet ing he said if the ILN and Com munist commands fail to agree on the release date Well have to devise some means of releasin them Page PJI The Mohawkv With Revamped Lineup Beat 13 Petitions Seek Special Ventura School Election day which will bring Democratic leaders to the White House along with Republican lieutenants Congress convenes at noon Wed nesday Mondays meeting ran two and onehalf hours Martin said the legislators were given a very interesting resume of the Presidents program and discussed some of its aspects with the Cabinet members involved He said the President took an hour to read from the State of the Union address Describing it as a very good message Martin said we all think it is a dynamic pro gressive program and one that will be well received by all ele ments of the country All Martin would say about the Presidents laborlaw program un derstood to involve some revision of the TaftHartley Act was that It looks like a good one Rep Daniel A Reed chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee who has warred with the administration on some phases of its tax program sat in on Mondays meeting When reporters asked him what he thought of the tax portions of the fStato of the Union message Reed smiled and told reporters I take this occasion to wishthe American people and that in cludes the press a happy and pros perous New Year and congratu late them on prospective tax re lief Thursdays address be car ried by all TV and radio networks WASHINGTON pack ages stuffed with paper instead of money they should con tained were discovered Monday Inthe Bureau of Engraving vault The find led to fears of a possible 9 1 theft Manufacturers on Strike Can Shortage Idles 200 at Decker Plant But I do know that if the people of Iowa are once again possessed of a progressive administration de voted to their interests we can have a state government that can successfully lengcs meet these chal In Herrings televised news con ference he declined a newsmans suggestion that he outline the ma jor points of his platform About 200 persons employed in the canning operations ot the Jac ob E Decker and Sons packing plant Mason City were laid off Monday as the result of a nation wide strike of can manufacturing employes The strike which affected em ployes of the American Can Com pany and the Continental Can Com pany major can producers in the country began Dec 1 It is inter rupting the operations of nearly all industries which use cans General Manager P J Thoger son jsaid Monday that he no idea when the 200 Decker workers will go back to work That de he said how long the strike lasts And it will be about a week after the strike before our canning department can re sume operations ;

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