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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 12, 1949, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME Five Cents a Copy and United Press Full Lease Wires MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS N E C H I 0 k A HOME EDITION MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY NOVEMBER 12 ifldft JThis Paper Consists of Two No 28 SURVIVAL BY REVIVALMason Oirv firpmm T f Globealette Pi0io had ved Groves Optimistic About Averting Another War Hot Congress Debate Seen After Civil Rights Appeal Washington President Trumans new appeal for enactment of civil rights laws fired a slowburning fuse which appears certain to touch off another hot debate in congress next year The verbal fireworks are expected to start banging in the senate soon after the makers return in January mT came to jf 4th Victim of Hampton Wreck Dies Hampton Lloyd Casey 18 fSLVSrrnuiSSS fatality in an automobile collision involving 2 cars containing 8 persons on a highway west of here luesday evening oa son of Mrand Mfs Eveiett Casey of Hampton suf fered multiple skull fractures and a brain injury in addition to other injuries His brother Leon 16 was also injured in the crah Killed instantly in the crash were George Kibsgaard 18 of Hampton and Frank Elwood 18 of Chariton Russell Jensen 19 of Hampton died later at the i hospital Funeral services for Jensen were held Saturday morning at JO o clock at the Greenfield funeral home in Hampton the Rev D M Beggs Congregational pastor in charge Burial was at Hampton Jensen was born July 6 1930 son of Mr and Mrs Carl Jensen and had been a lifelong resident ot Hampton Besides his parents he leaves 2 sisters Mrs Jacob Mulford of Bradford and Mrs L Brown of Tucson Ariz Services for Kibsgaard were Methodist church Fnday afternoon with burial at Hampton He was born at Dike May 15 1931 and came to Frank in county the following year with his parents Mr and Mrs Oscar Kibsgaard Besides his parents he eaves a sister Mrs Arthur Bram mer Hampton and his grand Coulter Steffin Kibsgaard of The body of ho other victim Elwood was taken to his at where funeral burial The democratic leadership has said it will try for a vote then on perhaps the most controversial of all the civil rights bill to create a fair employment practice commission Mr Truman made it clear in an Armistice day speech Friday that he hasnt given up his fight for the program which split the democratic party in 1948 and cost him the electoral votes of 4 south ern states Civil rights laws are needed to overcome discrimination and in justice in the United States the president told the national con ference of Christians and Jews at a meeting here Friday In view of the fundamental faith of this country and the clear language of the constitution I do not see how we can do otherwise than adopt such legislation Mr Truman said Nearly all southern congress members have fought the civil rights program Dixie senators have said bluntly they intend to launch another filibuster when the fair employment bill comes up At the start of the first session oi the 81st congress last January they kept a talkathon going for days the democratic lenders tried to push through a change in senate rules aimed at making it easier to limit debate The leaders finally had to aban don the fight for the rule they wanted and accept instead one sponsored by the southerners and a group of republicans The new rule permits limitation of debate or cloture when 64 of the 96 senators vote for it Weather Report FORECAST Mason City Clearing and colder Saturday night Low Saturday night 25 Sunny and cool Sun day with a high of 50 Iowa Clearing and cooler Satur day night Sunday mostly fair and cool Low Saturday night 25 to 30 northwest 30 to 35 southeast Shifting winds dimi nishing Saturday night Minnesota Clearing west Cloudy with occasional rain east Satur day night Cooler extreme west Saturday night Sunday partly cloudy occasional rain north east Low Saturday night 25 northwest to 38 southeast High Sunday 4550 Northerly winds 25 miles an hour Saturday night IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather statistics of the 24 hours ending at 8 a m Saturday Student Shot to Death by Frat Brother Columbus Ohio Ohio State university student was shot to death by a fraternity brother early Saturday after a homecom ing party at the Delta Tau Delta fraternity house The victim was Jack T Mc Keown 21 of Norwood a senior and managing editor of the Ohio State Lantern student daily Nor wood is a suburb of Cincinnati James D Heer 20 of Euclid a irst year veterinary student wa aken into custody at the Colum 3us sewage disposal plant 5 mile from the fraternity house Euclid is near Cleveland Detective Kenneth Anderson said Heer admitted the shooting The officer quoted the student Whenever I get drunk I gc triggerhappy McKeownwas shot once with 45 caliber automatic pistol as he tried to disarm Heer on the fra ternity house lawn at a m fraternity men said Fraternity brothers said Hcei went berserk after accompany ing a young woman home from the party Steel Strike Is Settled Coal Dispute Efforts Lag but By UNITED PRESS fp ended Saturday ellorts lagged in the coal dispute as govern Lewis back SStee up for pension and Steel Slavs Scrap Treaty With Yugoslavia Belgrade Yugoslavia Yugoslavia scrapped her treaty of friendship with Albania Saturdaj and charged that country with acts of hostility she said were pro voked by soviet Russia It marked the first time Pre mier Marshal Titos independent communist government has taken the initiative in breaking off friendship pacts with cominform countries Previously Russia Poland Czechoslovakia Romania Hun gary and Bulgaria all cast aside those tits with Yugoslavia in steps verging on a break in diplomatic relations The note more than 3000 words handed to the Albanian legation here at noon It listed in detail this countrys accusations ol hostile acts on the part of Albania but empha sized at one point that the Tirana na government had been pushed into its policy of open hostility and violation of the treaty by Russia and the other cominform countries Maximum Minimum At 8 a m Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 53 47 49 09 42 32 The other 4 youths Leon Casey 8 Lawrence Muhlembruck is Russell Bonjour 22 and Merlin Numelm 16 were still 121 the hos pital Saturday but their condition was not considered critical teauty Operator illed in Wreck Atlantic ff Francois Sfer azzo 42 operator of Francios cauty Salon at Younkers store Des Moines died here Saturday oC injuries suffered in an automobile accident Sferrazzo and Joseph Cicuilla a relative from New York City were injured in a collision of their aulomobile and a truck Thursday night a mile east of Adair Cicuilla was reported in not serious condition at the hospital here SAME Black traffic dtalh In Vt hours Good Hunting Gray Red Fox Plus 2 Pheasants Friday Glenn Evans 945 10th N E had a prize bag while pheasant hunting Friday He got his 2 roosters but that was only half of the bag Evans also bagged a gray fox and a red fox He was hunting 3 miles east oC Mason City and did his shooting with a 12gaugc pump fa rt benefits CIO President Phil ip Murray predicted that as fa as tonnage and manpower an concerned 90 per cent of the in dustry would be back in oper ation Monday The now famous Peace o Bethlehem the pension and wel fare agreement with Bethlehem Steel Corp that first cracked the industrys united front against the CIO steelworkers demands had resulted in agreements with firms producing 80 per cent of the nations steel That figure in cluded U S Steels 32 per cent But it appeared that only gov ernmental action could preven the United Mine Workers from carrying out their threat to strike again on Nov 30 Lewis offer to meet with any body who could contribute to a coal settlement was answered by Federal Mediation Directoi Cyrus Ching with an abrupt statement that I dont plan to do anything in the coal situation be fore Monday and he added he wasnt sure hed take any action then That was almost the same treat ment Lewis gave Ching Thursday when he curtly declined to attend a mediation meeting with mine owners assembled by the media tion director in Washington Lewis appeared to be stickini to his demands for higher pay shorter hours and a boost in con tributions to the mine welfare fund which he said would cbsl the industry 30 to 35 cents for every ton of coal mined Although coal and steel were being produced as rapidly as pos sible the effects of the twin strikes were still hurting industry More than 50000 workers were idled in the automobile industry because of steel shortages and about 27000 more were threat ened with layoffs because their employers did not expect to re ceive steel shipments in time to restore stock piles to normal 2 Mason Cityans Give Devotions at Youth Meeting Des Moines challenge o youth to do what it can in odays world was made Saturday oy 2 Mason City youths attending he 3 day session of the Methodist onference on Christian careers iere The challenge was made by Jeff raser and Bill Clayburg as they ave the opening devotions in the nd day session of the conference Pumice and pumicite are mined n 11 states and Alaska Denies Door Shut on Atom Inspections Lake Success For eign Minister Andrei Y Vishinsky Insisted Saturday the Soviet Union has offered to open its territory for atomic inspections Vishinsky jumped into the clos ing stages of a UN debate on atomic energy with a fiery answer to John D Hickerson assistant secretary of state Hickerson Fri day told the United Nations spe cial political committee that the Soviet Union refused to open its territory The soviet delegate said Hicker son was in error is no warrant Vishin sky said for his stating we refuse to open up our territory for in spection Shortly before Vishinsky spoke in the atomic debate Soviet Am bassador Alexander Panyushkin took a walkout from the U N so cial committee session Panyushkin refused to answer Yugoslav charges that Russia js moving troops on Yugoslavias borders and strode angrily from the room leaving his chair sig nificantly vacant I consider it beneath my dig nity to answerthe slanders of the representative of the Tito clique j he said Former New Hampton Mayor Freed on Tax Evasion Count Des Moines Judge Carroll O Switzer Saturday dis russed at government request an ncome tax evasion charge against Mark Eischeid 43 former mayor of New Hampton Eischeid a road construction contractor resigned as mayor aft a federal grand jury indicted urn April 28 1948 on charges of evading in taxes for 1942 ind 1943 Assistant U S Ditsrict Atty C Level told Switzer that an audit Eischeids books showed he was entitled to certain deductions not mown previously Level said the Tpvernment had been unable to igure the deductions because of he utter inadequacy of Eicheids ecords DIES OF POLIO Des Moiiics Sloss yearold daughter of Mr and Mrs Sam Sloss Guthrie Center ied at Blank Memorial hospital icre Friday of polio 11 Workmen Flee After Tavern Riot Keystone Mayor Charles Bellhorn reported that 11 work men who knocked out plate glass windows and broke mirrors at a local tavern Friday night fled in 3 cars when highway patrolmen appeared Three of the men later were ap prehended and jailed in the Key stone jail but broke out and had not been located early Saturday he said The mayor said the men had been working near here setting up grain storage bins and that after work Friday night they went to a Keystone tavern When the men started fighting in the tavern Bellhorn said he called the itate highway patrol at Maquoketa One of the 3 cars in which the men fled the tavern was picked up and its 3 occupants jailed here A 2nd car was picked up at Maquo keta and the 3rd containing 4 men was located in Cedar Rapids and the men jailed there Bellhorn said the argument re portedly started in connection with a game of cards No charges had been filed Couple Held for Switch Ring Tricks Albert Lea M i n n UR A young man and wife were held Saturday on charges that they used the old switch trick steal expensive diamond from jewelry stores George Schoucks 27 and his wife Isabel 29 of Cedar Falls Iowa wil be arraigned on grand larceny charges here Monday They were arrested Friday in Owatonna Minn 30 miles north of here on a jewelers charge that they substituted cheap rings for authentic diamond rings by di verting his attention momentar ily The couple denied the charges Police said the Schouckses first pulled the old trick on 3 stores in Albert Lea They asked to see dia mond rings to match the wedding to rings Ir Mokes Talk on Armistice Day Prog ram General Thinks Russia Still Behind America in Atomic Progress The wartime chief of atomic energy is optimistic about the pos sibilities of avoiding war Im sure our relative strength as com pared to Russia is overwhelming said Gen Leslie R Groves in his Mason City Armistice day speech War is always started with the idea of a quick and easy victory he explained If Stalin knows there can be no easy victory there will be no war He believes the evidence of some type of atomic explosion in Russia said the retired army en gineer and we must assume that the Russians are as far along in their investigations as we were when the 1st bomb was exploded in New Mexico It is likely however said Gen Groves that they have not yet solved the problem of carrying the bomb or exploding it else where than on the ground Calls War Immoral War itself is immoral and so is any weapon that takes human life admitted the former profes sional soldier but he waved aside the immoral aspects of using the aom bomb We cannot criticize the weapons used to insure vic tory if we believe that victory moral Atomic energy can be used on ships or large industrial plants he answered a questioner but it is not economically feasible yet Its real peacetime use is like the use of the Xray or microscope for the advancement of knowledge but not for treatment he said The publics only assurance that atomic energy js being properly handled is through a nonpartisan congressional committee on atomic energy but the present committee is strictly partisan according to the wartime chief of atomic ener gy band Mrs Schoucks was wearing police said After a clerk would lay out a tray of rings the couple would examine them Albert Lea Police 3hief Ole Anderson said Then hey would ask to see some from the window and make the sub stitution while the clerks back The original congressional com mittee of which Iowas Senator B B Hickenlooper was was a nonpartisan group Gen Groves told his small audience at Roosevelt fieldhouse Dislikes Probes He never liked congressional in vestigations he admitted but he emphatically stressed the right of congress to investigate any pub lic official or group Pruipp Qnirl tlirt rml Police said the couple got a from the Schulz store a one from the Deutchman jewelry store and another from the Kuy er store Then they drove to Owatonna where they allegedly tried the ame trick on Carl Kottke a jew eler Anderson said Soon after hey allegedly walked off with a 5250 ring Kottke discovered the ubstitution ran after them and police arrived icld them until derson said ij iii w c gc i ct political defense when an investi gation is declared pointing out that the majority re port which quashed Senator Hick enloopers request for an investi gation was signed by democrats only while the minority report was signed by all republicans The bright young men in Washington who have again taken over constitute one of the greatest threats to the nations ATOMIC CHIEF Leslie R Groves war time commander of the atom bomb project delivers the Armistice day address in Mason City Seated on the plat form left to right arc the Rev Martin O Lee pastor of Central Lutheran church who delivered the invocation L J Sullivan Rock ford 4th district commander of the 1 4 FINAL Wisconsin H Iowa H C Notre Dame No Carolina FINAL H Shepard gram Father Leo Logan of StJosephs church who rave the benediction and Earl Hall editor of the GlobeGafette and former post and Iowa department commander of the American Legion who introduced Gen Groves Ohio State Illinois 3 4 FINAL j Michigan r E Indiana welfare said Gen Groves Without mentioning names he expressed his displeasure at having assistant secretaries of the cabinet so soon after the war who served as lieu tenants junior grade in the navy or in draft exempt positions which they neecTnot have held The biggest spy threat during development of the bomb was not from Germans or Japs but from the Russians he discovered within a month after taking over the command and he consequently never was able to feel that they were the noble allies our gov ernment propagandists tried to make them appear Would Keep Secrets He admitted his dismay when a U S cabinet officer after the war actually favored giving all our information on atomic energy to the Russians Difficulty in international agree ment on control of atomic energy was partly our fault in muffing the ball at the start said Gen Groves It was caused by publica tion of a secret memorandum stat how far this government should go in its concessions to Russia So Baruch went into the con ference with his cards face up on the table The Russians were face WC had nothing to bargain He thinks it possible that agree ment still may be reached how C V r Bomb Shortened War The atom bomb shortened the war with Japan at least 6 months and saved anywhere from 200000 123 4 FINAL Pittsburgh nnn Minnesota   

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