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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 8, 1954, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Horn ABodatcd Press United JMII Lealo Wire DN CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWS PAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION Seven Cents a Conyi Evashevskis Salary fops in Iowa Sports Replaces Brechler as No 1 Earner DBSUlOtNES OilForest Eva shevski football coach at the State University of Iowa has replaced Paul W Brcchler the schools di rector of athletics as the highest paid sports department official at state institutions Ths was revealed Friday with the publication of the annual state salary book Published yearly as required by law it lists the sal aries of all state employes New Book Figures The new book shows that Eva shevskis salary in the fiscal year which ended last June 30 was 000 Brcchler was paid Evashcvski recently received a new 10year contract at the old rate Tied for third place were Em mett R Stiiber football coach at Iowa State College and Louis E director of athletics at Iowa State with each Their sal aries show each received a raise in the last fiscal year Closely Grouped The fifth sixth and seventh places were closely grouped Chal mers Bump Elliott assistant football coach at the university was paid Frank Bucky OConnor university basketball coach and Otto Vogel uni versity baseball coach OConnors and VogcJs salaries were paid partly from tax funds and partly from athletic depart ment money but Elliotts salary came entirely from department funds Four others each drew or more and ail are connected with the university They arc Robert assistant football coach Francis Cretzmcfer track MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JANUARY 8 1954 Thin Paptr Consists of Two One No 77 P Set to is of Ik rtain P SLIDE CRACKS PAVEMENTBig cracks Were ISTff pavement on the streets of a residential hillside in Astoria Ore by slides which forced five more families to evacuate their homes Since Tuesday night 20 families had to move and seven others were prepared to follow Flora coach ArchieKodros as sistant football coach and Wally Schwank assistant football coach All four were paid entirely from athletic department jThc foolball coaches re rently got moderate pay raises effective last Nbv l Tells Reports on Economist Jenner Says FBI Sent 4 to Truman Sen Jenner that Justice Bobo Agrees to Accept Million YORJK bitter mari tal controversy that capped Bar bara Bobo Rockefellers Cinder ella romance appeared close to set WASHINGTON Ml Rlnd said Friday Department records show 11 spe cial FBI reports including four sent to the White House were made In 3946 and 1947 on Edward j Fitzgerald a former federal economist Fitzgerald how a free lance writer in New York City testified before the Senate Internal Security Subcommittee last May l He re fused to say whether he then was a Communist or a member of n secret espionage ring He resigned as an Commerce Department economist on Sept 19 1947 He said that after he had been called before a New York federal grand jury and questioned about his loyalty for mer Secretary of Commerce Avcr cll Harriman suggested he take a leave of absence He said he re signed instead Fitzgerald was called before the lubcommittee in a probe which Chairman Jenner said was de signed to show the pattern by which Communists infiltrated the executive and legislative branched of the government Oemont Friday The coa miners daughter an nounced she was accepting the re puled 5Vb million dollars offerecKbjr her husband Wlnthrop Rockefeller for his freedom The acceptance was expectedto pave the way for a divorce The couple has a son Winthrop Pau Rockefeller 5 Bobo made the in writing to her lawyer Leo G Fen nclly wilhinslructions that a copy of the letter be sent to Rockefel lers attorneys Ephriam London another of her lawyers told newsmen she never had objected to the amount of fered by Rockefeller but had ob jected to certain terms of the pro posed settlement In her letter to Fennelly she stip ulated she was accepting the offer provided these objections were complied with This was not expected to stand in the way of a settlement however as it is understood Rockefellers lawyers arc agreeable to changes she has suggested Bobo denied through she ever had demanded 10 million dollars from Rockefeller His lawyers have insisted that she did SAME BLACK FLAG MEANS TRAFFIC DEATH IX PAST 21 HOURS SET talfes between Secretary of Dulles above and Soviet Am bassador Georgi M Zarubin will begin next Monday the State De partment announced Friday Report Gangsters Trying to Control Union Shot Reuther JDETROIT MV Wayne Counlj Prosecutor Gerald OBrien said Friday that gangsters who sough to seize controlof the CIO Uhitoc Auto Workers were responsible or the 1048 attempt on the life o 3fOPresident Walter Reuther OBrien discounted previous re orts that gamblers had made Reu her a shotgun target because b his successful campaignto cu down gambling by workers in auto plants The prosecutor said came within an eyelash of gaining control of the UAWprior to Reu hers election as president of the in 1947 OBrien said Reuthers election eliminated a lot of the racketeer iperations within the union The prosecutor aired his views at a news conference It was tlie first official revelation ofthe line the prosecution will take in its efforts o convict the accused wouldbe as assins Citizenship Denial Hit by Congress Says Proposal Is Unconstitutional WASHINGTON WVPresident E senhowers recommendation to de prive future Communist conspira tors of U S citizenship was des cribcd by Sen McCarran DNev Friday as halfbaked Other leg islators termed it puzzling McCarran senior Democrat o the Senate Judiciary Committee said persons convicted of conspir ing to advocate the forcible over throw of the government alread lose rights as citizens Sen Langer the Judic ary Committee chairman said dont see that this adds anything t the present law A similar reac Storm Clouds WASHINGTON storm clouds massed on the Capitol Hill horizon Friday for a major feature of the new farm pro gram President Eisenhower will present to Congress on Monday The President said in his mes sage on the State of the Union Thursday that he would propose thatfuture farm programs be based on flexible price guaran tees Of more than 50 Congress mem bers who commented only two gave the flexible price idea warm verbal support Some werenoncommittalmore Voiced opposition Plan to Conduct Head Count Indians Will Give Americans One More Chance f o Return PANMUNJOM Korea Gen K S Thimayya said Friday that if the 21 unrepatriated American prisoners will cooperate bewill give them another chance to go home Thimayya Indian chairman of the Neutral Nations Repatriation Commission said his guard troops will conduct a head count in the north camp where 350 prisoners who elected to remain with the Reds now are held The Indian chairman initiated the count program last week bymarching 4000 antiCom munist prisoners to a desk and each for his name and ser ial number just to checkthe rec ords Noneof the men was asked if he desired repatriation but i35 said they wanted to return to Com munism after giving their names and serial numbers United Nations Command sees nothing amiss in the head count1 program butSouth Korean Foreign Minister Pyiin Yuiitf Tae threatened to takeraction against the Indians if Thimayya processed mere antiCommunist prisoners in hfs custody Pyuns blast brought a stern warning from Lt Gen Maxwell D Taylor 8th Army commander that American troops would use force to protect the Indian guards from attack by South Korean forces Thirnayyn said the head count of antiRed prisoners in the south compound stopped only becausq the remaining 18000 Chinese and North Koreans refused to cooperate We have not takencognizance of the threat held out by South Korea Thimayya has definitely had an adverse ef fect on the process of checking up of the v t Thimayya said he saw npreasoji why a similar head count should not be taken in the smaller camp which houses the Americans and imrcpatriatcd South Koreans lion was expressed by Sen Jehne Chairman of the Judiciar Committees Redhunting interns security unit Cant Do U How can you take citizenship Vom a man born here inquirec Chairman Chauncey W Reed R 111 of the House Judiciary Com mittce You cant Rep Walter esteemed by his colleagues as a Constitution lawyer told newsmen an Amer can can be deprived of citizen hip oniy by changing the Con titution The Supreme Court in 1915 up held Congress1 right to strip citi zenship from an American woman who marries an positive step involving a measure of alle giancc to another country The 1952 Congress passed a lav to take citizenship from persons who do such things as vote in for LastDitch Fight WASHINGTON UP Rep Daniel A Reed staunch tax cut advocate will make a lastditch fight against President Eisen howers plea to hold corporation and excise faxes at their present high rates his friends said Fri day The New York Republican chairman of the taxwriting House Ways and Means Commit tee has already gone on record in opposition to extension of the levies past their April 1 reduc tion date Mr Eisenhower asked Con gress in his State of the Union message Thursday to postpone for another year the sched uled cuts in corporate income taxes and excise levies on certain items including liquor tobacco gasoline and automobiles He said this would prevent a reve nue loss of 3 billion dollars eign elections or svho arc convict ed of treason or an attempt at forcible overthrow of the United States Penalties for convictionof some not in all he convicted citizen of rights of office voting rind the like But not his citizenship tseJf s Moral Effect Vice President Nixon predicted legislation Eisenhower siig jcstcd would pass and said it will lave great moral effect both at lome and abroad in pointing up the true nature of international Com munism Sen Margaret Chase Smith R immediately introduced n bill to carry out Eisenhowers rcc mmendalfon HAPPY Goldsmith and his bride the former Maria Isabela Patino srffilL as they appear at Preston Field House in Edinburgh Scotland Friday They were mar ried Thursday m a Scottish village after the brides father tin multimillionaire An tenor Patmo withdrew legal action to stop the marriage Truman Denies Using Red Herring Phrase on Probes Declares It Was Uttered by Reporter WASHINGTON w Formei resident Harry Truman defend ng his efforts to combat Commii nism subversion said Friday he never used the words red her ing to describe congressional py hunts Trumans statement was made n a film for television show ng an interview with Drew Pear on the Washington columnist The red herring incident oc urredat a Truman news confer nee on Aug 5 194S It was on lat day that Alger Hiss a former tate Department official swore efore the House Un American Committee that he had ever been a member of the Com munist Party Convicted Later Hiss was convicted later on harges of falsely swearing that e had never given secret infor lation to the Reds He is now erving a fiveyear prison sen mce Pearson asked Truman in the ntcrview There has been a lot f talk about you saying that the Jger Hiss indictment was a red erring What is the fact on that Truman replied The f acts in the case are that i a pressconference one morn ng spine young man who had ever been ata press conference efqre duringMhe session of the Oth Congress asked me if the ction of the XJn American Activi es Committee wasnot in the form f a red herring to cover tip what ic administration in he 80th Congress had not done nd I said it might be fWhere It Started And it started I ever made anystatement that icrc whs a red herring although he Republicans when they are in ower always try to cover up their mistakes by attacking somebody r some institution Pearson interposed So you ever even used the word red erring Thakwas the word used y the reporter and you said that might be that Congress was try ng to coverupsomething Truman replied Thats right Unofficial Transcript An unofficial transcriptof sthe ews conference shows that this uestion was put to Truman Mr resident do you think the Capi lHill spy hearingsarc a good ling or do you think they are a ed herring to divert attention omthe antiinflafion program Truman replied thai he agreed 1th the latter view Old Dobbin Wins Again US TQ KEEP a test with mail dehvery in heavy Philadelphia traffic horse drawn wagons such as thiswere found to be the fastest HorseShows Horseless Carriage How Its Done PHILADELPHIA LB The Office Department afteran ex austive survey of the comparative merits of the horse and wagon ersus mechanized transportation or center city mail delivery has ruled in favor of Old Dobbin Attempts to supplant the horse rawn mail wagons in the Quaker ity are as common as jokes about hehorrid taste of the water Efficiency Experts About every four years effici ncy experts armed with charts mepieces and other modern par phernalia set out to prove that ic horseless buggy is far supe ior to the horse for transporta time theyve been given onr Each ic horse laugh and gone away eaten men their faith in progress nd modern sciencebadly shaken Washington set out last year on nother survey The Post Office epartments Bureau of Facilities made time and motion studies in ic area It timed the horsedrawn wagons gainst truck delivery It com ared these statistics with past ex periments There were lots of com parative statistics because this thing has been going on for 30 years Made Them Weep Their decision made the hardi est of them weep Theres just no better way to get the mail through traffic snarls than by horse and wagon It takes a horse and wagon to get through narrow back streets to the rear entrances of business establishments Whats more heres the beaiity of it worry about parking problems The driver merely drops off the deliveryman and than clop clops on to the next rendezvous On The First Iowa Basketball Ratings Announced Manly Signal Operates in Plant Parking Receipts Hit Record in 53 14 Opposition by Rivals Develops GOP Is Urging BiPartisanship WASHINGTON OPl Democratic eader Lyndon B Johnson of Texas aid Friday Senate ho outnumber Republicans by one willexercise a veto power on ndividual items of President Eisen lowers overall legislative pro ram The Democrats will give his irogram careful study item by tern Johnson said after listening o the lengthy State of the Union message He did not however pell out any plan of action he may ave in mind Indirect Support And Sen Byrd who gave ndirect support to the President in he 1952 political campaign said ic will try to stamp the first Con cessional veto on Eisenhowers equest for an increase in the 275 illion dollar debt limit The Presi lent renewed it when he outlined us program Thursday to Congress While Republican leader Know and California was urging bi artisan support for what he called he Presidents sound and for vardlooking program Democrats were gathering their ammunition or a blast at the administrations new farm Monday Lawmakers voiced sharp differ ences of opinion over tax revisions heavier reliance op atomic weap ons a plan to take citizenship away from those convicted of spiring to overthrow the govern ment by force and a proposed Constitutional amendment to mit 18yearolds Basic Objectives Sen Lehman DLihNY said in a statement he was gratified to note that the President has accept d and endorsed the basic objec tives of both the New Deal and the air Deal namely the respohsi ilities of government for the pros perity and welfare of the individual itizen This was an allusion to Eisen owers proposals for expanding ocial security coverage advance lanning for public works federal einsurance for health plans ex ended unemployment insurance ongtime housing loans and slum learance and federal aid for state chool building needs Sen John Sherman Cooper B y said the President is assum ng theleadership that the people vant He predicted enactment of most of the program But Sen Morse IndOre found he message only a masterpiece f platitudes thereby raising false ope Significantly perhaps there was Imost no criticism of the Presi ents discussion of foreign policies n which Secretary of State Dulles upplied details in a closed session rith the Senate Foreign Relations ommittee f Defends Proposal Dulles defended the proposal o withdraw two divisions from Ko ea Langer said he would press for ction Jan 18 on a proposed Con titutional amendment to give 18 earolds the vote STATESMAN DIES CHICHESTER England xrd Geddes 74 doctor statesman nd British ambassador to the rnited States from 1920 to 1924 led Friday rAII About v The Weather lason City Cloudy with light snow beginning Friday night ending by Saturday owa Saturday colder wilh snow flurries lirtnesota Cloudy and windy oc casional snow GlobeGazette weather data up 8 am Friday Maximum 27 Minimum 37 At8anv af EAR AGO Maximum 21 Minimum j V   

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