Wednesday, August 31, 1949

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 31, 1949, Mason City, Iowa DAILY PAPER NORTH IOWAS EDITED FOR THE HOME MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBO R S HOME EDITION VOLLV Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Five Cents a Copy MASON CITYTOWA WEDNESDAY AUGUST 31 1949 This Paper Consists of Two UUJU No Vim Sow wont in here 700 feet up the pipe Coming out with Ueorge Mikkelsen left and Orville Peters pushing Getting Away From It Dig Out Sow 700 Feet Up Drain Tile What with cows in silos and sows in pipes someone seems to be putting the squeeze on the animal world Wednesday Clem Hebel farmer 5 miles northeast of Mason City had to dig a 350 pound sow out of a 24 inch drain tile more than 2 city blocks from the outlet Maybe she was trying to away from it all surmised Clem explaining thatttie sow gave birth Sunday to11 little pigs He saw the vpigs that day but not the Clem said but it was notuntil Tuesday when he was cutting weeds nearby that he saw the little porkers huddled to gether and alone and realized that they had no mother t Began Hunting His 11yearold son Robert be gan hunting for her and late in the afternoon put his head to the outlet of the drain tile and heard her inside Digging began at 7 pm Tues day with neighbors George Mik kelsen and Orville Peters helping The 1st hole went down about 100 feet from the drain outlet A hole was broken in the pipe and Hebel stuck his head in and listened He coUld hear farther up the pipe Another hole was started about 100 feet farther up into the field It was a big hole and took a lot of digging Hebel said because it was dark and they didnt start digging directly above the pipe Farther Up The sow still was farther up By that time is was 1 oclock in the morning The men decided that it was too hard to find the tile in the dark and went home for a few hours of sleep They started again at daylight The sow could still be heard and seemed to be moving so the men went several hundred feet farther up into the soybean field and started another trench across the probable location of the tile line By probing in the 10 foot long ditch with a steel rod they located the tile and dug down 7 feet to break it again This time the sow was below them but still could not be seen 15 Feet Away They staVted digging again nearer the outlet The 4th hole revealed the sow but 15 feet away lying in the water in the tile and seemingly too weak to move She couldnt be coaxed nearer So the 5th hole was dug right above her But when the tile was broken she backed away far enough that the men could not reach her This time however the succulent soybeans from the field above tempted her back to the hole where the men offered them to her and a rope was knotted around her forelegs With lots of help from the men she washoisted back to daylight and into a truck before noon Wednesdayafternoon she was still in the truck too weak to move after more than 2 days with out food Hebel thought she would recover all right but he wasnt so sure about saving the little pigs Her udders probably will dry up afterthe 2 days of starvation and no pigs to take the milk he said so she will be unable to feed them even after she gets her strength back Needs Luck Change Welcome N Car UR Paul Hinkie a 28yearold laundry truckdriver said Wednesday he would welcome a change of luck Two months ago Hinkle was in jured in an automobile accident Since then he has been treated for meningitis pneumonia k Ld n e y and knee abscesses yellow jaun dice and phlebitis His neighbors were extending him some welcome help They raised to help JJinkle pay his hospital bills Legion Calls for Support of Nationalists Philadelphia Amer ican Legion called on the United States Wednesday to support any patriotic groups or organ izations of Chinese who would fight communists The resolution drafted by the Legions foreign relations commit tee was adopted unanimously A contrary proposal reported under discussion early this week to write off China as lost was not offered The Legions 31st annual con vention adopted the resolution which asserts that Reject Defeatism Our long friendship and par ticipation in common causes with the Chinese impels us to reject defeatism and abandonment of this area to communist aggres sors The veterans organization moved to appeal to the Chinese Oppose Extra Session of Legislature Legislators at State Day Polled on Issue of Housing Measure By DWIGHT McCORMACK Des Moines of the Iowa legislature apparently oppose by a margin of about 2 to 1 the calling of a special session to enact housing legislation An informal poll taken by The Associated Press of legislators at tending state day at the state fail showed Against the special session 27 for it 15 noncommittal 15 of Legislature The 57 members polled repre sents about of the legislatures membership The 27 who oppose a special throw out which are all foreign aimed at to ideologies establishment of totalitarianism domination of the Chinese people interest of a foreign in the power Urges US Aid The resolution did not specify what it meant by support It urged the U S government to lend its immediate aid in form ing a regional pact under the UN charter which would unite those freedomloving countries of the Pacific and far eastern area to preserve individual lib erties The convention adopted unani mously these other resolutions of the foreign policy committee Endorsement of the United Na tions the Marshall plan and the North Atlantic pact FOLIO TREATMENT Ryner 7 son of Mr and Mrs Ernest Ryner of Rudd was admitted to University hospitals Wednesday for polio treatment Dorothy Kuhlman 22 Horthwood was placed on the in active list Housewives Win Battle of the Trees Oskalobsa battle of the trees which opened a year ago when irate housewives wielded umbrellas on tree removal crew men has ended in a peace pact which spares the trees Mayor Carl E Johnson an nounced Wednesday that the Iowa highway commission has agreed to modify the streetwidening proj ect which brought about the orig inal call to arms Due to legal maneuvers the project has been at a standstill since Aug 3 1948 when house wives formed a human chain around bulldozer operators who had begun pulling out 137 stately shade trees After the housewives foray citizens carried the fight into court They lost the first round in their legal move to enjoin the project but put up bond to halt further actionspending a state supreme court ruling Johnsonsaid that under the new agreement the suit will be droppdi The state will exclude tfom the widening project 9 blocks of avenue A containing nearly all of the trees involved In return the city will prohibit parking within the area to have session included 25 republican and 2 democrats Eight republi cans and 7 democrats favored the special session Those who were noncommittal said they did not know enough about the matter to make a conscientious decision We would favor a special ses sion if Governor Beardsley thinks one is necessary was the con sensus of several who had no definite view One of5 Iowa is 1 of 5 states which can not now qualify for federal grants and loans for slum clearance housing construction under an act passed by congress several months ago Beardsley is attempting to de termine from Washington how mudh Iowa would lose if it does not qualify for the first years benefits under the 6 year program The next regular session of the legislature begins January 1951 Acheson Raps Holding of 2 Students Washington Secretary of State Acheson Wednesday de nounced Russias holding of 2 American students in eastern Ger many as outrageous illegal and improper Acheson told a news conference the Americans wandered into the Russian zone illegally but said they were doing no harm and should be released promptly The students he referred to are Peter Sellers 18 of Radnor Pa and Warren Oelsner 21 of Oy ster Bay N Y They have been missing since July 29 The secretary acknowledged that the youths did not have cre G lobeGsizetta Eliptp LOTS or the North Iowa f air shows are going fast but Mrs Ada Burke shows that there are lots left All seats in the grandstand are reserved this year and fairgoers need not wait in line at the boxoffice as in previous years The tickets are available at the Hotel Cerro Gordo 24 hours a day until 7 a m of the day of the show Lost Preparations Made for Opening of North Iowa Fair The tempo picked up to a steady hum at the North Iowa fairgrounds Wednesday as last touches were put on the shows and exhibits before Thursday mornings opening The World of Today shows already were set up on the midway and the ferris wheels and sky rides loomed up above the tents and gaudy fronts of the sideshows Eat cattle and hogs ponies and blatting sheep were flowing into the barns and the department superintendents were conferring with Manager M C Lawson about additional space for Russia Puts Troops on Slav Border Marshall Tito Sends Ambassador Back to Headquarters of UN Belgrade Yugoslavia Russia massed 5 armored divisions on the Yugoslav border Wednes day and Yugoslavia immediately rushed an ambassador back to United Nations headquarters in New York to stand by for action The ambassador Dr Joza Vil fan lefj Belgrade by plane shortly after authoritative sources dis closed that recent Russian troop maneuvers have placed 50000 men 500 tanks and numerous warplanes along a 150 mile front menacing Yugoslavias northern frontier It can be said on good authority that Vilfan was being hurried back to his post at Lake Success to be ready should Russias troop movements force Marshal Tito to charge the Soviet Union before the United Nations with menacing world Boards Plane Vilfan boarded the plane for Zurich enroute to New York early Wednesday Although Vilfan returned to Yugoslavia only a few weeks ago for a vacation it was known he spent virtually all his holiday in close conferences with foreign of Vaughan Tells of FBI Probe Says He Was Cleared of Income Tax Fixing Charge Washington Gen Harry H Vaughan told senators Wednesday the FBI once looked found charge that he accepted a bribe to fix an income tax case The big bluff white house military aide also acknowl edged that he got a democratic campaign contribution last fall from a lawyer who had come to him earlier seeking a pardon for a man convicted of black market liquor deals But Yaughan insisted there was no connection between those events and the parole given to the convicted man Senator McCarthy fired the questions about the 2 Patrolman Off Duty But Nabs Convict incidents It was a sometimes stormy session during which Mc Carthy declared he was withdraw ing a statement he made Tuesday At that time McCarthy said he had the feeling all still Vaughan did not profit personally from any of his various intercessions with the government Retracts Statement I am going to ask that the last half of that statement be stricken from the record McCarthy said Wednesday that part in which 1 said that still was my opinion It also was developed that Vaughan had purchased automo biles for friends McCarthy said an Oldsmobile purchased in 1947 for Mrs Morris Cavanaugh of Spring Green Wis turned up in the black market 10 days later at a price of Vaughan acknowledged buying the car for her He said thfe news that it was blackmarketed is very much a surprise to me Vaughan identified the lawyer in the pardon case as WilliamH Neblett and described him as a fice chiefs Simultaneously with Vilfans dentials permitting them to enter the Russian zone But he said no one accuses them of being spies Acheson reminded that the United States does not engage in the practice of holding people who have committed no crimes the effect of widening the street the mayor explained Black Friday Sept 26 1869 was the day of financial panic in Wall street Weather Report FORECAST Mason City Partly cloudy and continued cool Wednesday night and Thursday High Thursday near 75 Low Wednesday night 42 to 48 Iowa Mostly fair Wednesday night except for brief showers southeast early Wednesday night Thursday fair continued cool Low Wednesday night 4247 north 4854 south Minnesota Clearing and cooler Wednesday night Thursday mostly fair slightly warmer west and central portions IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather statistics of the 24 hours ending at 8 a m Wednesday Maximum 74 Minimum 43 At 8 a m Wednesday 57 YEAR AGO Maximum 83 Minimum GU the expected overflow One knotty problem was where to put the record number of horses com ing for the running races on Sun day sairl Ticket sales for the grandstand seat reserved for every booming at the Hotel Cerro Gordo where the ducats are on sale 24 hours a NORTH IOWA FAIR PROGRAM Races Home project Mrs Margaret Pratt girls 4H booths Mrs Margaret Pratt Textiles Mrs Allene Thompson Baby beeves Martin Fabricius flowers vege tables Ed Cott grain E S Dyas noney F B Paddock poultry W R Whitfield World of Today hows on Midway Nora Springs ligh school band on Midway Lu Lee director Concert Nora Springs high school band revue Stars on Parade will be the evening show and is expected in from Chicago early Thursday With it will come a chorus line of 16 beautiful girls and a vaude ville bill for both afternoon and evening grandstand shows The admission prices are 50 cents at the gate with children un departurethe Yugoslav commu nist party newspaper Borba ac cused Premier Josef Stalin of dup licity and said Yugoslavia could not have any faith in the soviet leadership No Note Reference There was no government ref erence as yet to the soviet note of der 12 free and 25 cents for cars des rt The grandstand prices are specr aebC1L for box seats the 1st 5 rows and for the remainder Bleacher seats are 75 cents Aug 29 which was distributed by the soviet news agency Tass Tues day night and broadcast by Radio Moscow Significantly it was learned that the Yugoslavia government did not receive its copy of the soviet note until after Tass began send ing it to the entire world The new note again denounced the Tito regime as deserters from the camp of socialism and warned that Russia does not re law partner of the late Senator William Gibbs McAdoo of Cali fornia Vaughan said the convicted liquor black marketeer was Robert Gould of Cincinnati Dollars As for the campaign contribu tion Vaughan said I dont think it could have been over aecouple of hundred dollars When McCarthy suggested there might be some link between the contribution and Goulds parole Vaughan said I dont think that had a thing to do with it senator Concerning Nebletts visit to him in connection with the Gould case Vaughan said he referred Neblett to the justice department Member of Press Vaughan said the FBI investi gation of the report of a fix in an income tax case came about as the result of a request of the member of the press to the FBI He never did identify this member of the press But Col C J Mara assistant white house military aide later said that for some time before the investigation a vicious campaign had been carried on against Vaughan by Columnist Drew Pearson Mara was put in the witness chair and testified that he had talked with the FBI about it and was informed that Vaughan was Authorities from the state prison at Fort Madison were to arrive in Mason City Wednesday afternoon to return Albert Hendrickson 29 who escaped July 7 Ingenuity by Highway Patrol man Earle Shoeman resulted in Hendricksons arrest in Mason City Tuesday afternoon Shoeman enjoying an off duty day was in civilian clothes when he spotted the 1948 Chevrolet con vertible Hendrickson was driving on South Federal The cars Maryland license plates tallied with those on Shoemans list so he followed until Hendrickson stopped inan alley at 820 Dela ware S E next to Swift and company The patrolman was wondering how to approach Hendricksori whose home is at Estherville when Patrolman Howard Miller happened along Shoeman waited a short time until Hendrickson returned to his carthen casually sided up to the car and asked to borrow a jack my cars got a flat However Hendrickson was the one left flat As he turned to get the jack Miller pointed a re volver at him and the arrest was made Hendrickson told patrolmen ne had 72 days left qha term for car theft when Ee escaped had also served federal terms for car theft and postoffice robbery When captured he was carrying a large knife but no gun patrolmen said He stole a car at Kebkuk aft er his escape and later in Mary land took the Chevrolet he was driving nabbed here completely exonerated McCarthy kept pounding away with questions as to whether there had not been an FBI investigation of charges that Vaughan had ex erted his influence in an effort to get more grain for liquor com panies when grain was short and rationed Both Vaughan and Mara insisted they never had heard of any such investigation races Specialty acts on stage high school band on Midway Durwood Griffin direc or concert Britt high school band revue Stars on Pa rade day until 7 a m of the day of each show The Boy Scouts were planning a rehearsal Wednesday evening so that ushering will go efficiently The big brightly colored racers began rolling into the infield at the fairgrounds Wednesday and the drivers were looking over the track preparatory to Thursday afternoons opening program The racers will get the 1949 fair off to the usual roaring start with time trials scheduled to get under way at 1 p in The huge BarnesCarruthers Cedar Rapids Sets Traffic Safety Record Chicago Iowa city of Cedar Rapids is one of 3 in its population class which had no traffic deaths in the first 7 months of 1949 the National Safety Coun cil announced Wednesday The council said that the mile age death rate for the nations traffic accidents hit an alltime low of G8 in the first halfof 1949 This is the first time in the his tory of such recordkeeping that the halfyear rate has been less than 7 deaths for each 100000000 miles of vehicular travel the council said Along with Cedar Rapids cities in the 500000 to 100000 popula tion class which had perfect rec ords were Evanston 111 and Stamford Conn Mother of 3 Dies in Crash Near Hampton Hampton mother of 3 small children Englewood Ohio enroute from to Fairmont Minn was killed Tuesday night in an auto mishap near here Highway patrolmen said the car of Mrs Elizabeth Zimmerman 25 rolled over after it apparently went out of control when it hit a highway shoulder She died in a hospital here an hour later Mrs Zimmermans 3 children Robert 5 Suzanne 3 and Betty 2 weeks old escaped unhurt as did the victims grandmother Mrs D B Graham of Fairmont The grandmother had been visit ing the Zimmermans at Engle wood and Mrs Zimmerman was driving her home Mrs Graham and the 3 children left the hospital Tuesday night for their home at Fairmont Minn They were not seriously hurt Parolee From Eldora Tries to Steal Plane Nevada 15yearold El dora boys training school parolee has admitted he attempted to take a plane from a Nevada airport the sheriffs office reported Wednes day Deputy Sheriff Barbara Christy identified the boy as Larry Peter GAR Agrees This Is Last Convention Indianapolis old Civil war veterans agreed sadly Wed nesday that this is the last en campment of the Grand Army of the Republic The matter wasnt even brought up said Miss Cora E Gillis of Jamestown N Y GAR secretary at a news conference after the closed session Charles L Chappel 102 Long Beach Cal apparently allowed his campaign for more encamp ments to drop after one wistful gesture Before the session started Chappel implored Commander in Chief Theodore A Penland 100 Vancouver Wash Just let me have that gavel for a minute will you Chappel is senior vicecom mander Penland chuckled and allowed the Californian to wave the gavel a few times Miss Gillis reported Penland and Chappel will keep their of fices for life through a resolution adopted Wednesday She said the only election advanced Albert Woolson 102 Duluth Minn from chief of staff to junior vicecom Truman Speech to Be About Farm Policy Washington UR The white house said Wednesday that Presi dent Trumans speech next Mon day in Des Moines Iowa will be about farm policy The president will speak In Des Moines at p m CST to the national convention of the Amer ican Veterans of World war 11 Mr Truman will make a Labor day speech at 10 a m CST Mon day at the Allegheny free fair in Pittsburgh son Nevada who also had spent some time in the Toledo juvenile home She said he had been turned over to juvenile authori1 ties arid that no charge has been filed against him Mrs Christy related the inci dent as follows The boy had taken a plane ride recently and asked a lot of ques tions of the pilot Early yesterr day he entered the hangar started the engine of the plane and in getting it out of the building raked another plane damaging it slight ly The boy then taxied the plane tothe end of the field where he abandoned it mander Two veterans have died while in that office during the past year SAME Dliek fist 24 Famed Symphony Conductor Dies Watch Hill R I Hans Kindler 56 worldfamed founder and conductor of the National Symphony orchestra of Washing ton D C died Tuesday at his summer home Dr Hartford P Gongaware who had been trecting Kindler said the musician underwent an oper ation for cancer of the stomach 3 weeks ago at the Lahey clinic in Boston At least 2 Die in Bomber Crash Belcher La OJR B45 Jet bomber caught fire Wednesday and crashed through a mass of high voltage power lines Two men were killed and 2 others were reported missing Wreckage was scattered over an area half a mile wide The engines and fuselage of the plane half buried themselves in a cotton field a mileandahalf south of Belch er MAKES SEAL OF IOWA Des Moines E Trafton Paton veterinarian Tuesday was awarded for his reproduction of the seal of Iowa in kernels of corn and soybeans The seal was made by gluing each kernel to a piece of wood and then shellack it Traftons award was first prize in the state fairs new agricultural artsalon in the agricultural build ing