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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 18, 1954, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home urn United Full ease Wires MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS N E G H B 0 R S HOME EDITION MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY FEBRUARY 18 1954 Set Korean Peac This paper Consists of Two One No 113 e Parley at Geneva j Disloyalty Firings Now 29 Continue Sift WASHINGTON UWIhe niimbci of officially disclosed 1953 ov crninent firings for disloyally reasons rose o 29 Thursday as the administration look steps to ward analyzing 2200 security risk cases The figure of 20 covers only five big departments whoso offi cials have been questioned about security separations by he JIouse Appropriations Commiltcc a n d whose testimony has been made public The same departments reported 437 security risks had been dropped Most recent agency to report was the Commerce Department In testimony made public Thurs alty Previously the Justice Depart ment had reported one former Communist among ils eight se curity firings the Treasury De partment had listed four disloy ally cases among 130 the Agriculture Department had told of one disloyalty case in an undisclosed number of security ousters and the Post office De partment had reported 1GG secur ity releases with no disclosure of 18 North Iowa Counties Get Surplus Foods 41 have involved persons found or suspected to be disloyal Sen Olin D Johnston DS C said meanwhile the administra tions promise of a limited an alysis of the security risks will not stop his demands for a Sen ate investigation of the whole is sue Johnston told reporters Ihe promised analysis could mean only confuses he confusion He said that as he understands the plan the analysis will leave many questions unan swered and there is no assur ance the administration will make it public Announcement that the Civil Service Commission had ordered an analysis of the 2200 cases was made late Wednesday by Chair man Philip Young He said he had requested from employing agencies the number separated whose personnel files contained information indicating activities or as sociations perversion conviction on felony or misde meanor charges and week Charles City possibly This was decided Thursday at a meeting of various state the project Thc M to counties then later to ouuuo unemployed and other needy Kossulh Wirmebago Worth Mitchell Howard Winneshick supervisor of the federal lunch program for lown There is practically nothing in the six school lunch surplus food storage depots in Iowa that has not already been allocated to the schools he continued So far as we know thodcpartmont has little storage facilities in Iowa for the surplus foods bought under price support programs Gov William S Bcardsley had asked for authority also to dis tribute the food to those on old age assistance and aid to depend ent children rolls He said he ex pected permission later to broaden the distribution to these groups Bangs said it would be necessary to meet with the State Board of Social Welfare to see how distri bution would be handled and to obtain from the State Employment Security Commission some idea of the caseload There are six government sur plus food warehouses in the state from which the food can be drawn Gov Bcardsley said These are at Charles City Sioux Cily Fa Wield Cambridge Cedar Rapids and Council Bluffs Beardslcy said first allocations would go to both those getting un employment compensation and those not getting compensation but who otherwise arc eligible for the surplus food Butter Price Drops 8 Cents Resulted From Cut in Support WASHINGTON Agricul ture Dcparlment announced Thurs day that the cut in support prices for top grade butter will average about cents a pound The reduction reflects the deci sion by Secretary of Agriculture Benson announced Monday to cut dairy supports from the present level of 90 per cent of parity to 75 per cent effective April i The support buying price the department said will range from cents to 584 cents varying by base markets Benson in announcing the sup port price cut said it was expected 0 be reflected in retail prices He ook the stand that present sup lorts are discouraging consump ion of dairy products and causing excessive supplies to move into overnment hands The government now owns more than 350 million dollars worth of such products other type of information falling within the government security regulations President Eisenhower reported he was looking into the feasibil ity of making public a break down to indicate how many cases of disloyalty were found Many Democrats have com plained the public has been mis led by statements of some lead ing Republicans that most of the announced 2200 security fir ings involved disloyal or sub versive employes Actually they say most of the 2200 were homo sexuals drunkards incompe tents or persons who talked too much Much Support of Plans to Aid Economy Senators Back Ikes Proposals AP Wlrcpholo MIDAIR CRASH ON skier Jappe Erik sen left falls off balance as his ski brushes that of Jijoern Styrerud during a twin jump at Holtekollen Den mark btyrertid landed without mishap but Errksen re quired medical attention when he landed hard on his back Delay Final Vote on Bricker BUI IINTON Thursday put off until next week Commies Withdrawing Still Farther From Laos Capital HANOI Indochina Rebel Vielminh troops surrounding Frances northwest Indochina fortress of Luang Bicn Plm moved still farther back Thursday to escape battleseeking French forces Gen Rene Cognys troops pushed three to five miles north and west of the heavily fortified plain without contacting any units of the V Communistled Rebels Cogny French commander in North Indochina for several days has been sending out 4000 to 5000 troops daily in an attempt to draw major units of he estimated 36 000 Vietminh soldiers into battle The Rebels have been entrenched around Dien Bieri Phu for three months but have never attacked In Saigon meanwhile French Commissioner General M n u r i c e Dcjean denied emphatically and categorically that the French had contacted Chinese Communist or yietminh representatives with view toward peace negotiations His denial followed rumors In Hanoi that a Chinese Communist ns IT either football or table tennis play crossed from China into North Viet Nam as a preliminary to armistice talks Dejcan snid the rumors probably resulted from the concentration of top French army navy and vriir force officers now in Hanoi o con fer with French Defense Minister Reno Pleven a H n nex wee a final showdown on the Bricker treaty power amendment after a administration victory on a test vote This outcome left the general impression among senators that the only proposed constitutional amendment With a chance of winnin he me On The Clear Lakes Red Cross Drive Nears Page Stale Health Official No Fluoridafien Needed 21 CHIEF IN SUICIDE WOODBRIDGE N J MVPolicc Chief George E Keating 62 com mitted suicide by swallowing a dose of cyanide aflcr killing a schoolboy in a hitandrun auto ac cident authorities have disclosed required twothirds approval those voting was a substitut offered by Sen George Georges proposal would amend the constitution to say A provision of a treaty or other international agreement which con flicts with this Constitution shal not be of any force or effect An international agreement oth er than n treaty shall become effective as internal law in the United Stales only by an act of Congress No Passage This substitute for a proposed constitutional amendment by Sen Brickcr RQhio has been found unacceptable by President Eisen howerandhis executive assistants They turned down also the original Bricker proposal which has not as yet been modified to meet the ob jections Nevertheless several senators said that if Georges proposal is not accepted by the Senate no con stitutional amendment is likely to bo passed Brickcr has said he would go along with the George proposition it his own revision of the consti tutional change is rejected by the Senate Some Absent SAME Brickcrs proposal would provide vhnt no treaty or international agreement should become effec tive ns domestic law unless 5rp provcd by a majority of both houses of Congress or separate twothirds votes Bricker said in an interview he docs not want the Senate to vote on this issue until next week be cause some of his supporters will be absent earlier WASHINGTON PiSen Fland ers RVt said Thursday he be lieves President Eisenhowers rec ommendations for meeting the na tions current economic situation are just right The Vermont senator said he was particularly impressed with the Presidents tax recommcnda tions designed to increase business incentives by giving corporations and investors some breaks Rep Boiling DMo said in separate interview he regards i as fully as important to do som things for the consumer Exemptions Consumption can bestbe in creased he said by raising th personal income tax exemption cutting excise faxes and speeding up action on public works Meanwhile Sen Ferguson R Mich said he agrees with the President that March will be the cey mouth in showing how the eco nomic winds are blowing The President told his news con erence Wednesday that employ ment normally picks up in March If that doesnt happen this year he said that would be a warning of trouble and his administration would use every single weapon available to head it off Cut Taxes One of the first things that might be considered Eisenhower said is a cut in taxes to spur consumer spending He did not go into detail but the taxes most generally cited in this connection are personal in come levies and excise or sales taxes Stressing that his administration is watching the situation carefully the President said he doesnt want to embark on a wild course of ac tion SUPERBAEYSevenweeksold Susan Elaine DaveyPof btockton Calif stands alone in the palm of the hand of her mother Mrs Edward Davey mother of three other children Susan began standing alone a week ago and now is attempting to walk Mason Liked Boss Resigns Over Manion Issue WASHINGTON Mason RI11 Thursday re Tbe conference adjourned after srgnecl from President Eisenhowers commission on ATI iol Tn1 iimn W j i i j I nnilfc nf rfohaf n nn n n A Big 4 End Conference at Berlin Dulles Makes Final Plea By JOHN M H1GHTOWER BERLIN WVSecrctary of State John Foster Dulles in a closing speech to the Berlin conference said Thursday night the Big Four has reached an agreement for a Korean political conference and if Communist China wants it a chance of restoring peace in Indo china lie also disclosed that we have agreed to pursue the fourpower search for agreement on reduction of armaments as recommended by the United Nations He expressed confidence that if and when the Soviet Union realizes that freedom is not so greatly to be feared it will become possible also to unify Germany and achieve the independence of Austria Meet April U Western diplomats said the for eign ministers had agreed to a Korean peace conference to be held in Geneva Switzerland on April 26 An earlier date April 15 apparently was discarded dur ing Thursdays final talks Apart from the accomplishments and failures to agree Dalles said in his windup speech that the Big Four have learned much from their meeting here and declared this has been of special value It makes it less likely that any pt us should be inadvertent and in miscalculation do what would irisk another war he said dismissal and senators there was a chorus EaS dean of Ihe fe dan conference Wednesday that he had resigned by request Details Later flianion sata nis resignation was rermpstpri hv hormo riL Linnell Veteran Court Reporter Dies CHARLES D Lin nell 65 a court reporter in North Iowas 12th judicial district for 40 years died Wednesday at his home in Charles had re tired last July because of health Funeralservices will be held at 3 pm Friday at the Hauser Funer al Home in Charles City with the Rev Harold W Putney of the First Congregational Church officiating Burial will be in Riverside Ceme tery Air Linnel was born July 27 1888 at Greene the son of Mr and Mrs Frank Linnell He moved to Charles City as a child and had nadc his home here ever since He was married in 1908 at Albert ca to Rose S Lindaman Besides icr he is survived by a son Hugh ong Beach Calif a brother rank Linnell Newport Beach and two grandsons i Mr Linnell had served as court reporter successively with the late Fudge J F Clyde the late Judge VI L Edwards recent years vith Judge Tom Boynton Forest Cily ot have acted without rs approval Mason in a statement announc ing he was resigning directed hi fire at Adams Mason said Adams actio rAU About t BLAZE MEDIAPOLTS1 fire Icslroyed the feed mill section of v DCS Moirics County Farm Scrv cc Co elevator hereearlyThurs lay The Weather Mason City Fair and warmer Friday mostly cloudy fowa Partly cloudy windy and scattered showers Thursday and Friday Minnesota Partly cloudy windy and warmer GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Thursday Maximum Minimum At 8 am YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 45 33 34 18 9 JT PAYS TO HAVE THE Want Ad Habit Advertiser gal smacks of autocratic dictator ship and puts the commission i the same helpless condition as strong man would be with his uea suddenly severed from his body He called Manion one of th biggest men in the man big enough and capable enough tc be President of the United States The Senate was debating tlu Bricker amendment Wednesdaj when it received word of Manion dismissal Bricker whose amendment has been opposed vigorously by Presi dent Eisenhower arose to tell his colleagues there is a threatening storm ahead when men of grea ability who do not see alike with the leaders of an administration cannot continue to serve in an offi cial position Sen Jenner RInd jumped to his feet to demand that whatever accusations have been made against this fine American states brought out in Lthe open and that Manion be given an op portunity to confront his accti sers It isa dangerous age if a man like Manion can be made to walk the plank because he has funda mental views he believes ner thundered Results in a Hurry SOLD 2 PUPS within 2 hours after Uic paper was received All pups gone lifter first days ad nppcarcil Ray M pleascd wlth REMEMBER 1VANT ADS RECEIVED BEFORE 11AM Will Appear In That SAME DAYS PAPER Not the next or the nert week JUST PHONE 3800 To Plait A WANT AD jjvuci a i wmie tut w his resignation was requested by Sherman Adams still in their final session said cie e tails would be made public later obviously could The action came after a new de bate on methods of easing the com plexities of life in divided Germany andafter Russia refused to make any concession on Austrias con tinued occupation In a dramatic lastminute at tempt to liberate his little nation from foreign troops Austrian For eign Minister Leopold Figl made two separate proposals Each time Soviet Foreign Minister V M Molotov said no The first would have extended the time for occupation troops to withdraw to mid1955 Indefinite Period The second would have given chiefs of the American British French and Soviet diplomatic mis sions in Vienna control functions for an indefinite period after the independence treaty was signed and military evacuation was car ried out Soviet rejection was flat and complete What Mololov wanted as he made clear before was indefinite occupation Austria by troops including the Red army until German unification is accom plished giving no sign that Ger man unity lies ahead in the fore seeable future Both Talks Following the final Soviet rejec tion Figl took leave of the parley courteous but disconsolate The Big Four and Red China would participate in both the Ko rean and Indochinese talks since all five arc considered interested parties in both North and South Korea would not take part on Indo china talks They would be re placed by the governments of the three Associ ated States of Indochina It was considered probabletoothat the powers would treat Indochina Guer rilla Leader Ho Chi Minns Com munjst organization as an inter ested party and include him Indian Will Head Episcopal Mission GREENWICH Conn Wj Tho Protestant Episcopal Church for tho first time has appointed an American Indian to a nitional ex fowa Down Corn Acreage Quotas Set DES MOINES acreage allotments for 1954 showing aver age reductions o about 20 per cent for all Iowa counties compared with plantings in the last three years were announced Thursday by the state agriculture department D wight W Meyer chairman of the Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Committee said no ices of individual farm allotments will be completed by mail by March 15 The reduction percentage will vary between individual farms in he same county as a result of ad justments made by township and county ASC committees in compli ance with government regulations Kossuth County has the largest acreage allotment at 199883 acres Second is Pottawattamie County at 81787 acres The smallest county allotment is 32840 acres for Mon roe County Next to Monroe is Davis with 34409 acres The stales allotment of 9063929 acres previously announced rep resents a reduction of 1900000 acres from the l953 plantings How iver the total is nearly onefifth if that for all commercial corn growing areas irrthe nation The allotments by counties Black Hawk 92828 Butler 104 73 Cerro Gordo 107762 Chicka aw 74938 Fayette 97721 Floyd 90237 Franklin 119376 Hancock 13010 Humbohlt 93293 Kossuth 199883 Mitchell 83831 Vebster 144150 Winnebago 78 24 Winneshiek 79009 Worth 69 50 Wright 124443 CLARENCE MANION BULLETIN WASHINGTON WVS e c rttiry of Arrny laid down a policy Thursday that any officer who refuses to questions i on loyalty data properly askad will forfait his commission and be discharged conditions honorable other than ecqtiyeposl vl He is the Vine V Delorfa ft Sioux Indian from WakpaIaS D who was named Wednesday W take charge of the churchs on Indian reservations   

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