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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 29, 1954, Mason City, Iowa                                l North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I N W S P A P I R T H A T M AKESALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LX Irest tad United Prcti Full faso Seven u MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JANUARY 29 154 This Paper Consists of Two Ono No H West Agrees to Discuss Disarmament Jenner Soys White House Ordered It Probe Into Claims of Red File Destruction WASHINGTON Jenner RInd said Friday the Senate in ternal security subcommittee will try to fix responsibility for an order which he said the White House issued in 1914 for deslru tion of some naval intelligence files on Communist activities This new turn in the Communist hunting subcommittees probes fol lowing Jenners account of the epi sode to a dinner gathering here Thursday night attended by Vice President Nixon and some 400 other guests This is how Jenner the sub committee chairman related the story of the files They had been built up by a Navy counterintelligence unit in New York which had an under cover contact in the Communist organization he said and had the basic information on Communists in the maritime units Communists on the waterfront and Communists in the convoys that went to Russia itself Robert Morris who later became counsel to the internal security subcommittee in early 1941 was a naval lieutenant attached to the New York counterintelligence unit Victor Kravchenko an official of the Soviet purchasing commission who broke with his Communist government sought out Morris to give him information Jenner said However after one contact he added Washington sent orders to let Kravchenko alone Continuing Jenner said word reached New York that the counter intelligence unit was to be broken up Morris went to Washington to protest but Jenner went on with in a few days the members of the unit were scattered to the four corners of the earth and the files were ordered destroyed Morris was transferred to the headquarters of Adm Chester Nimilz commander of the Pacific Fleet Jenner said Morris told Nimitz about the breaking up of the intel ligence unit and Nimitz took up the matter with Adm Ernest J King then chief of naval operations Jenner said he got the rest of the story recently from an officer whom he would not name but who was on Nimitz staff Jenner con tinued Nimitz told King what Bob Morris had told him and asked if it could possibly be true that such an incredible order could have been issued Adm King replied that it was true But who demanded Adm Nimitz could possibly have given such an order Adm King re plied The White House CLAIM IMPORTANT FILES liam Jenner left and Robert Morris New York judge pose after the Indiana Republican said in 1944 the White House ordered the Navy to destroy files of a Navy counter intelligence unit in New York BiPartisan Treaty Measure to Be Introduced Justice Dept Investigating Advertising Publishing Field NEW YORK US Atty Gen Stanley M Barnes says the Justice Department is conducting twin probes of advertising and newspaper publishing associa tions Barnes chief ofthe departments antitrust uivision spoke Thursday at the 77th annual meeting of the New York bfcate Bar Assn Afterwards he was asked by a newsman if Warmath New Grid Coach at Minnesota investigation were under way in respect to the news paper and advertising business There is an investigation on that which has to do with certain aspects of newspaper publishing Barnes said adding It has not yet progressed into MINNEAPOLIS has UP tion not yet been any determma or any grand jury action Warmath head football coach at cant say what it isabout except Mississippi State was appointed to say that it exists successor to Wes Fesler as Min nesota head football coach in a surprise move Friday The appointment of Warmath speculation for the Minnesota job was announced by Athletic Direc tor Ike Armstrong at a news con ference Served Two Seasons Warmath has been at MississippiState head coach situated at StateCollegeMississippi for the past two seasons Before that he served as line coachat Army un der Red Blaik for three seasons Warmath 41 was interviewed for the Minnesota job in 1950 fol lowing the resignation of Bernie Bierman The job at that lime went to Fesler who resigned Dec 14 toenter the radio business At Mississippi State during the last two years Warmalh won 10 games lost 6 and tied 3 Went to Tennessee Warmath anative ofBumboldl Tenn was graduated from Ten nessee In 1935 after three years Of varsity football After his grad uationhe servedasassistant coach until the spring of 1939 when he was named line coach at Missis sippi State who coaches the split T offense returned to Tennessee as line coach after serving in the Navy during the wan He remained is first assistant to Bob Neyland Tennessee until January of 1949 when hemoved to West Point Warmath was not present when bis appointment was announced Thc Washington Post said that a probe had been launched into ad vertising nmj publishing associa tions to see if their practices vio The Post said it had learned the probes appeared to center in New York and Chicago and that the scope includes advertising rates in newspapers and other publications advertising commissions and prac tices concerning recognition of ad vertising agencies by publishing associations Barnes said the investigation was the outgrowth of complaints received by the Justice Depart ment He would not state their source When asked if advertising asso ciation were involved Barnes re plied that very frequently one in vestigation runs overinto another investigation About The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy through Saturday Colder and Saturday Considerable cloudiness chance of a few snow flurries Friday night Points and will be graduated summa cumlaude Touch and Smell tTo Kinney the world is a thing of touch and smell and the memo Mlmmota Partly cloudy colder rics of thc days when he still could south andwest i i i i GlobeGazette weather to 8 am Friday Maximum Minimum At 8 am 23 5 11 a fullscale investigation and there OPERATION HELTER SHELTERA Marine CtoroTffi copter as shown lifting a 1000 pound shelter designed to be used as a mess hall chapel and for other military uses It can be transported by one site to an other quickly Aided by Faithful Friend Although Blind Deaf Man at Top of His College Class ALLIANCE Ohio college at the top of his class is no snap for any student Imagine do ing it while totally blind and deaf in competitionwith students of nor mal vision and hearing That feat is being accomplished by 30yearold Richard Kinney of East Sparta in Stark County He has one of the highest point aver ages in the history of Mount Union College of a possible 4 sec its beauty anrt hear its bustle Now his eyes and cars arc in his data up sensitive hands fed knowledge by the helpful fingers of a faithful fel low student The student Ron Smith of Youngstown Ohio translates class room lectures into meaning for Kinney by Kingcr language touching a certain part of his hand for a certain letter or number Since many of their classes do not correspond Smith must go to school almost doubletime Much of Kinneys homework is from books not available in Braille so Smith helps with that too Kinney will be the third person in history to complete college work under the double handicaps of blindness and deafness following Helen Keller andRobert Smithdas Although he completed his senior work this week he will not get his diploma until mcncement in arc English history and psycliolo the regular com June His majors gy Blind in The sloryof his handicaps be gan in 1929 when he went blind in a period of two weeks and had to second grade at East Sparta where his father runs a hardware store Still able to hear he learned Braille at the Waring School in Cleveland and studied throughthe Adlee Corres pondence School of Winrictka III graduating as valedictorian of his high r school class in1942 Heentered MountlUnioh1that fall and then hishearing began to fail In 1943his sophomore year in col lege hishearingdisappeared en tirely and he quit college 7 ANOTHER RED DEVICE LONDON has announced that Soviet scien tists have developed a sleeppro ducing machine to soothe the cen tral nervous system Not Likely Bricker Will Join Action WASHINGTON OR S e n a t o Knpwland of California tnVRepub licari floor Jeadery announced Fri day t h a t a substitute for the Bricker treatypower amend men will be introduced in the Senate later Friday with substantial Democratic support Knowland declined at a news con ference to say whether Sen Bricker whose proposed constitutional amendment has aroused vigorous opposition from President Eisenhower would join in offering the proposal Other sen ators said this seemed unlikely is now my belief that an amendment will be offered Friday with substantial bipartisan support Gives Details WASHINGTON Dr Arthur Burns chairman of the Presi dents Council of Economic Ad visers Friday furnished a Sen ateHouse committee details of Eisenhowers economic program criticized by some Democrats as inadequate but strongly backed by1 Republicans in Congress Eisenhower made his economic report Thursday will be introduced before the Senate adjourns Knowland said The Californian said that sub stantial progress had been made overnight in attempting to find Ian gu3seon which influential Repub licans and Democrats could agree He declined to say however whether Sen George DGa was joining in offering the hewver sion George previously had pro posed an amendment of his own which Bricker found unsatisfactory aHhough administration leaders gaye it a generally favorable re ception Sen Bricker ROhio himself said Thursday the differences with he administration on his proposal grow1 out of a fundamentally dif ferent philosophy of government Even if an agreement can be big question seemed o be Can Senate leaders muster the necessary twothirds vote required for a proposal to change the Con stitution Eden Offers 5Point Plan for Germany Dulles Bidault CoSponsor Move By JOHN M HIGHTOWER BERLIN Wl Russia and the hree Western Allies agreed Friday to consider rival proposals for world disarmament talks in secrei session next week The foreign ministers conference also movec on to the question of German uni lication with submission of a five itage plan by Britains Secretary Eden The United States Britain and France opposed a Soviet reques hat East and West German rep be invited to state heir cases on the future of Ger many before the ministers The statesmen meeting in their iiflh session began full discussion f a German settlement when Eden brought in his program Full Support His to have the utl support of France and the United that free and secret elections should be held hroughout Germany including Berlin at the earliest possible date Safeguards to assure political rreedom before after and during he elections would be provided The five stages as outlined by Eden are 1 Free elections throughou Germany 2 The convocation of a nationa assembly resulting from those elec lions The drafting of a constitutio andthe treat negotiations 4 The adoption of the constitu tion and the formationof an all Serman government responsibl for the negotiation of the peac reaty 5 The signature and entry into force of the peace treaty The Eden plan would have the effect at the outset of removing he Iron Curtain from East Ger many Raising of the disarmament question earlier had apparently stymied a concerted Western plan to force Russia into considering erman unification now The West with Secretary Dulles of the Unitec States in the chair had intended to bring up the German question im mediately after the session opened Upset Applecart Word from behind the closed doors of the conference hall how ver was that Molotov immediate y took the floor and upset the ap slecart Thereupon Bidault offered us resolution calling for an end of hostilities and for condemnation of any encouragement or support of aggression It presumably was aimed at putting new pressure on he Communist world to end the var in Indochina Earlier the Western foreign min sters demanded that Russia agree 0 German unification and warnec that failure to settle the German problem may bring ultimate dis aster for us all Clear the Boards It was felt that possibly the West agreed to discuss the Russians disarmament proposal merely to clear the boards for consideration of the vital German question Earlier in the conference which opened Monday the Russian dele jate had tried to divert attention from Germany with repeated de mands that Red China be admitted o world councils Dulles denounced Red China as an aggressor and flatly refused to have any dealings with them 21 POWs Winedf Dined by Reds PANMUNJOM Korea UP Twentyone American friends Ui he Communists found a new home n Kaesorig Friday and residents staredat them with curiosity as they strolled through the dusty streets of the little North Korean Some them probably had hang ivers as they were guests of lohor at a ibig welcoming party Thursday night around a board graced with Chinese foods and several kinds of wines and liquors of WREATH ON GRAVE HYDE PARK N Y W1 vreath from President Eisenhower vill be placed on the grave oi he late President Franklin D Roosevelt Saturday marking the 2nd anniversary of his birth SAME DATE1W21 iirmm riAG MEANS NO TRAFFIC DEATH IN FAST 24 BOOKS Wirephoto DOG BITE coroners jury in Chicago has decided that Charles Brouwer Jr 2V2 had died of rabies and recommended that a physician be reported to the proper authorities for not reporting thecase to the health department The youngster was bitten by a stray dog on Dec 8 and died Jan 24 AFTER VERDICT Patrick Wallace CerTo Gordo District Court after hearing read the verdict find Ing him guilty of manslaughter He faces up to eight years in the penitentiary He is married and has two children under school age Jury Returns Guilty Verdict on Wallace Patrick Wallace 25 918 9th N E Friday faced up to eight years in the penitentiary on his convic tion of manslaughter He will be sentenced at10 a m Feb 10 by District Judge William P Butler svho may fix the sentence at not more than eight years Wallace was convicted by a District Court jury of five women and seven men who received the case at p ru and returned their verdict six hours later They reportedly took only three ballots the first being seven ito five for conviction the second nine to three and the third unani mous No Emotion Wallace beard the verdict read by Clerk Stanley H MacPeak without any change in the stolid expression he has worn through out the trial Neither his mother who sat with him throughout the trial nor his wife and two small children were in court when the verdict was read M L Mason court appointed attorney for Wallace asked the judge for a few days delay in fix ing sentence in order that ar rangements could be completed for the care of his family County Attorney Robert H Shep ard handled the states case to gether with his assistant Hughes J Bryant He particularly wanted to win this case Shepard said because it would serve notice of possible serious consequences on people Who drive while under the influ ence of intoxicating liquors Death of Lewis Wallace was convicted of tha death of Roger E Lewis 21 Nora Springs as the result of the care less driving of Wallace on the night of Nov 15 The car in which the two were riding went out bf control on the curve in Highway 65 at the AmericanCrystalSugar plant Lewis and Robert J Mooneyham 19 547 9th S E died and Wallace and Robert M Morphew 20 MarbleRock were injured Morphew a member of the U S Navy came tothe trial on crutches to Court attendants and lawyers here said this was the first man slaughter caseinvolvinga driver and passengerwithin their mem ory and that only one comparable case appears on the records of the Iowa Supreme Court Wallace has been inthe county jail since his arriesk Nov 25 fol lowing his Indictment bytheCerra GordosCounty grand Jury unable to pro videthe 2 Will Tell Political Plans Governor Hoegh Set Announcements DBS MOINES Gen Leo A Hoeghsaid will say es or no within 10 lays on whether to be a candi Jate for the Republican nomination or governor Political talk around the State louse for several weeks has noted hat Hoegh will be a candidate if Gov William S Beardsley does ot seek reelection Beardsley indicated earlier Fri ay that he will announce his in entions next week There already are five candi lates for the Republican npniiiia ion forigovernor Candidates for the GOP guber latorial nominationare Rep Wil lam S Lynes Waverly W H Nicholas Mason City A B Cham ersformer Des Moines mayor lep Ernest Palmer JrFort Mad son and Bill Curphy Des Moines ontractor On The Page Maroons Johawks Meet in Return Game at Roosevelt Pastors Study Farmers Role in Commercial World3 Charles Cityan Stays Union Objection   

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