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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 6, 1953, Mason City, Iowa North lowos Daily NeVspaper HOME EDITION MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETT E THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH I 0 W A N S N E I G H B O R S MASON cy BARGAIN DAYS Thursday Friday Saturday FEBRUARY 5 6 AND 7 VOL LIX Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY FEBRUARY 6 1953 This Iapei1 Consists of Two One NO in JEr PLANE AT MOMENT OF rare nic ture ot a let plane crash was taken last September at the Faraborough Air Show in England It was taken by an amateur photographer H II J Orr He was 25 to 30 yards irom the scene of the crash The plane a De Havil land 110 jet fighter disintegrated as the pilot levelled off 1 n 1 1 1 T 1 vi A a which he crashed the sound barrier Iden tifiable objects include 1 Body of Pilot John Berry or Engineer Tony Richards 2 cockpit canopy 3 election seat 4 cockpit door 5 rear section of caliopv Tax Increase in Iowa Budget Spending to Rise Nearly Million DES MOINES Gov William S Beardsley presented to the Iowa Legislature Friday a no tax in crease budget calling for state expenditures of ap proximately 01 million dollars ovei the current year Gov Beardsley said in an esti mate of revenues expectable thai the increased budget which woulc provide raises in salaries for per sons in slate service and other con tingencies of government could be met without raising the tax sched ule He also said the state should not have to lap its 30 million dollar reserve fund Among the iecommcndations he made was that the state pay its full 25 per cent share of local school funds He said this was the intent oE the 1949 Legislature School sources arc asking a sub stantial increase in slate aid I want to reiterate the impor tance of confining governmental spending to funds available to these purposes without increases in sales or income taxes or the levying of new taxes legislators the governor told the His message did not deal wilh proposals lo increase the state gasoline lax lo step up the state highway building program The governor listed these fig ures Proposed annually July 1 Spent current year Estimated income 1953 One bill before the Legislature would require the state to pay out about fifty million dollars a year in general aid school costs Beardsley told the lawmakers he hought this figure should be held to He recommended lopping off a year from the two million dollar state fund for emergency aidto some school dis tricts and give it to general school aid He estimated that schools as a whole including his 25 per cent pay plan would receive about 15 per cent more than they now get His figures did not include five mil lion a ycar for agricultural land credit or work She Needs a Beacon WACO Tex WlMrs Burman Black intent on a fine spring gar den carefully mixed contents of a sack of fertilizer with soil in her garden did her planting and then gave it a good soaking Ihe next morning her garden had the permanency of an airport runway Ihen she discovered what she thought was fertilizer was a bag of cement her husband had placed in the garage Stole to Help Girl Lands Video Job Mother Faces Jail Term HOLLYWOOD Calif pretty young actress first break in show business was only a bitter sweet triumph Her mother will be sentenced Friday for embezzling 000 to help her become a success The attractive 1J it Jl i t w Hollingsworth of Mich recently was chosen as one of four glamour lovelies who for vocational appear on Ken Murrays na tional television show Jail Sentence But her mother Mrs Bcalrice Hollingsworth 47faces a possible jail sentence in Detroit for embez zling the money from her employ er lo launch lill on a theatrical career The woman admitted taking the money to give Jill the chance I never got The excited young actress said she sent a telegram to her mother Thursday telling her about the new job It might make her feel very lappy when she goes to court Shes been so anxious about my working she asks me in every lel ter if Ive gotten a job the girl said Jill came lo Hollywood five nonths ago determined to conquer he glamorous tinsel town and ob tain fame on the screen Saw in Newspapers She had no idea she said of vhat her mother had done to help icr and learned of the cmbczzlc nent when she read it in news lapers I know if it wasnt for mother I wouldnt even be in California he pert brunette declared and I know she has to pay for what she ud But I hope she gets off easy TAYLOR BRISTLES KOJE ISLAND Korea Gen Maxwell D Taylor bristled Friday when told that Communist prisoners of war in this island stockade live and eat better than JJUJOIJI U UJ JJIg tncir bouth Korean army guards redhatred Pat Ward Boy to Eldora Takes Own Life SIOUX CITY ICyearold Sioux City youth who was sched uled to be taken to the State Training School for Boys at Eldora Friday died of strangulation by hanging in the Woodbury County Jail Thursday night Dr C Thomas L Coriden county coroner said the body of Alva Tones Jr was found hanging from a belt hooked to the bars above a cell door in the jails juvenile sec ion It was discovered by Jailer Francis as he made his 10 p m hourly check The boy on parole from convic tion of five breakins was recently from Brcckinridge Minn where he and two other youths were arrested Jan 25 while driv ng an auto stolen in Sioux City Wee Trial Court May Exclude Press NEW YORK vice trial of Playboy Minot Mickey Jelke was adjourned Friday until Mon day pending a court ruling on iVhcthcr lo exclude press and pub ic from hearing testimony of the states first witness General Sessions Judge Francis L Valente said he recalled a pre vious ruling excluding the press and public and said he would make decision Monday The defense vehemently protested the exclusion of press and public during testimony by SCHOOL ALLOCATIONS WASHINGTON WThe Federal Security Agency has announced al locations for school construction in areas where enrollments have been boosted by defense activities To People of Holland Dulles Offers Flood Help THE HAGUE The Netherlands Foster Dulles arrived in Holland Friday for a firsthand sur vey of damage wrought by the na tions flood disaster and its im pact on European defense plans President Eisenhowers big four motored plane brought the U S Secretary of State and American Foreign Aid Chief Harold Stassen to Amsterdam from the West Ger man capital at Bonn Their departure from Bonn had been delayed an hour and 16 min utes by ice on the planes wings Dulles was quick to assure the itricken Dutch of American aid for their recovery from the weeks flood disaster Western Europes worst since the Middle Ages In a formal statement at the air port the new U S secretary of state said May we extend again on behalf of our government and the Ameri can people our most heartfelt sym pathy for your plight We alsore new our pledge to assist in re lieving the suffering of your peo ple I am glad to know that our armed forces in Europe have al ready been able to give substantial aid Although only last month the Dutch announced they had re gained sufficient economic strength to do without further direct U S economic aid this year the slorm drastically altered this situation Warning Official BONN Germany of State John Foster Dulles has warned European statesmen that unless there are clear and visi ble siflns by April 1 that the European Army Treaty will be ratified the U S Congress wilt Jt Vofin9 continued bigscale military and economic aid This was disclosed officially Friday by West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer Governor Ups Fund Request for University DES MOINES William S Beardsleys recommendations lo the Legislature for Board of Educa tion institutions called Friday for i total of for the Stale Uni vcrsily of Iowa as compared with appropriated by the 1951 Legislature This is an annua appropriation Asks Million The board had requested for th university a year The breakdown on the university appropriations include an increase of about foi the University Hospital an increase of for Psycho pathic Hospital for the university laboratory an increase of School forHandicapped Children an increase of approximately Iowa State College Ames under the governors recommendation would receive a year as against by the last Legis alurc Teachers College Beardsley recommended that the appzopriation for Iowa State Teach ers College Cedar Falls be in creased from a year to t He also proposed that appropria tion for the School for the Blind Vinton be raised from to and for the School for the Deaf Council Bluffs from to Wage Controls Dead Lids Off Other Items Sharp Cutbacks PayasYouGo Budget Aim ot Administration WASHINGTON Eisenhower administration was described as aiming Friday at a payasyougo spending budget with sharp cutbacks in prospect for funds voted by Congress in past years Congress members who have talked with Budget Joseph M Dodge said thcj gained the impression that an tin official ceiling of amount of expected revenues would bo p lace cl on Treasury pending in the fiscal year begin ing July 1 Billion Cut This would represent a cut o nearly JO billion dollars tinder the outgo estimated by former Presi dent Truman in his budget mes sage It would balance the budge if there were no culs in taxes In this connection Secretary of he Treasury Humphrey Dodge some others were reported to lave discussed the possibility oJ a time at leasl thc excess profits tax on busines which raises about billion dol ars yearly This tax will expire June 30 unless renewed Without mentioning the excess profits levy specifically Prcsidcn Eisenhower said in his State of the Union message on Monday tha tax cuts should await budget bal ancing efforts House Speaker Jo scph W Martin of Massachusctt reiterated Thursday night his op position to any immediate lax re duction Cut in Half Martin said on a lelevision pro gram that Secretary of Stale Dul les had lokl him he could cut tin State Department almost in two Dulles reported determination to halve his department was helc out as a target for all fcdera igencies Friday by Hep Taber RNYJ chairman of the House Appropriations Committee Tabcr has called for overall cuts of atleast 10 billions in Ihe next iscal year rAII About The Weather Mason City Increasing cloudiness Saturday high 32 to 35 owa Mostly fair and a little colder Friday night Saturday partly cloudy Minnesota Saturday partly cloudy a few snow flurries extreme north GlobeGazette weather data up lo a m Friday Maximum 34 Minimum 28 At 8 a m 29 Precipitation 1 Iowa House Opposed to New Members DES MOINES M1 The Iowa Representatives is over whelmingly opposed to any and all noposals for rcapportionmenl of he membership ot the State Leg slaturc The lawmakers left no doubt tboul it by defeating by a vote of 80 to 25 late Thursday the fifth and last of the proposals it had cen debating for two days Al most every type of reapnorlion mcnt had been offered Ends Subjtct Under ordinary circumstances Lhis ends the subject of reappor lionmcnt for this session of the legislature Under the rules a pro posal once defeated cannot be brought back again in the same session However there could be a move for reconsideration But that i extremely unlikely because ot Vh wide margin of the vote A mem her who voted on the winning sid could ask for reconsideration on who was on the losing side coulc not If the House approved rccon siricration it could go into ns niucl of the matter as it desired Tiie Senate has received no pro posals for reapportionment The last proposal defcalcd was ntroduccd by Hep Arch W Mc Farlane Waterloo dean of the Icg slnture It would have added eight n c m b c r s to the 108mcmbcr louse The additional scats would lave been given to the more popu ous counties Previously Lost Previously lost were plans which aricd in their intent But in gcn ral they would have made popu ilion the basis of rcapportion ncnt Two of them called for re isions for both the House and enalc The other pair would have ffccled the House onfy Figuring prominently in Ihe de ate were statements that reap ortionment is a farm versus city ssue Members from the bigger cities leaded for proper rcpresenta on and warned that if rcappor ionment doesnt come soon there ill be a demand for a constilu onal convention to do it Sheen Ball Get No 1 TV Ratings HOLLYWOOD M1 A Catholic churchman Bishop Fulton J Sheen and redhaired comedienne Lucille Ball Friday held the lop honors o the Television Academy Bishop Sheen whose rcligiou talks have competed for listener with Milton Berle and Red Skclton Thursday night won the Academy Emmy award as he most otilslant ing personality on TV in 1952 He on Clothing Meat Gone Many Workers Get Pay Hike WASHINGTON W President Eisenhower Friday discarded wage and salary controls and lift ed price ceilings from meat cloth ing and a wide range ofhouse hold furnishings and goods Ceilings came off of practically all items normally sold by depart ment stores They were lifted too from prices of restaurant meals and tavern drinks Acting immediately after a two hour session with his Cabinet Ei senhower issued two executive or ders Pay Boosts One ended wage and salary con Irols immediately clearing the way for possibly one million work ers to get immediate pay boosts These are workers who employ ers had agreed to pay raises but could not put them into effect be ausc the cases were pending be fore the government regulatory agencies The other order directed the Of fice of Price Stabilization OPS to take the pricelifting actions which it did immediately A White House statement said demand and production was chosen over such professiona entertainers as Arthur Godfrey anc Donald OConnor and one nonpro Adlai Slcvensoii Radiant Evening 71 was a radiant evening for Miss Ball Only three weeks ago she be ame the most famous mother of HIS AP SAFE FROM FLODFirsl things come first among the sleep Mis Harry Bird rescued from Bri flood keeps her pet warm in a burlap sack ic year by giving birth to Desi Arnaz IV coinciding wilh the birth f a son on her TV show Thurs day night the Academys 400 mem bers voted her the lop comedienne of 1952 Her show I Love Lucy was also named the besl situation comedy program Gee Dcsi we got it she ex claimed lo her husband and co star Dcsi Arnax He planted a kiss on her check as the 1500 TV promi ncnts cheered The TV Academy voted Jimmy Durante the best comedian of the year He did not allend the gala dinner at theStatler Hotel He is in Florida for a Miami night club about in balance w e r e as a practical date Sheen Absent Bishop Sheen was also absent Stage and screen veterans Helen Hayes and Thomas Mitchell were named the best actress and actor Both have also won movie Acade my Oscars for film performances Your Show of Shows starring Sid Caesar and Jmogcne Coca drew honors as the best variety program Tightlipped Jack Webb accepted an award for his Drag net named program the best adventure Insanity Complaint Against Johnson OMAHA An insanity com plaint will be filed Friday night against Nick F Johnson 33year old Omahan charged in the Tues day slaying of an elderly doctor was announced as arraigned before and his wife The move Johnson was Municipal Judge Perry Wheeler for first degree m u r d c r in the death of Mrs Byron Hall He pre viously had been charged with the murder of Dr Hall matter making the controls no longer necessary Eisenhowers actions were de scribed as a move toward elimi nating in an orderly fashion the price and wage controls wider which the American been required to operate for the last two years Many foods remain under price control So do automobiles and a variety of machinery and products oing directly into the defense cf ort But the pricelifting orders turn ing out of OPS in response to Eisenhowers direction took the cilings off a long long list of rodticls Thousands of items were nvolved The controls were part of the governments efforts to battle the inflationary rise in prices and wages which set in sharply after the Korean War broke out in 1950 Immediate End Eisenhowers orUer as to wage and salary controls directs an im mediate suspension of all wage and salary regulations and orders issued by or administeredby the Wage Stabilization Board or Wage Stabilization Salary Stabilization Board or the Office of Salary Stabilization or the Railroad and Airline Wage Board Adjustments in compensation including retroactive adjustments proposed in petitions filed by em ployers or by employers ami uhions jointly and still pending before any of these agencies may now be placed m effect price SAME Black meinz triltla death Zt The announcement as to ilto controls said the Office of Price Stabilization issuing or ders removing price curbs immedi ately from a wide and varied list of consumer goods including ail meat products all furniture all apparel all meals sold in restau rants and public eating places It said the price order affects nearly all of the thousands of items normally sold in department stores and many more The statement said as Eisen hower did in his Stale of the Union message Monday that price con trols have not been effective in protecting the family budget against high prices The OPS decontrol order was described as the first of a series under which all prices will be de controlled Expires April 30 The wageprice control law ex pires April 30 and Eisenhower announced Monday that he would not ask for its renewal The Presidents executive order was made public immediately af ter ho had met for two hours with his cabinet presumably to review the impending actions y About 2000 employes of the Wage and Salary Stabilization Boards al ready have been given 30day dis missal notices as a step toward svinding up those agencies Thursday OPS price v ;