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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 17, 1950, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TNI NIWSPAMft THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANS NII6NIORS HOME EDITION VOL LVII rnm United Full Lew CtnW Copy MASON CITir IOWA TUESDAY OCTOBER 17 ThW Paper ConsUta ot Two V AP Wltcphoto RUNAWAY COUPLE BACK HOME AND Kurdes who ran away on the eve of her wedding to Robert Wallman is shown back home in Newark N J with her true love Roland Lauther They were married Monday in Elkton Md Wallman the rejected suitor went on his honeymoon trip a friend I am re lieved and very very happy she sighed State Group Refuses Clear Lake Additions 1 Rule Sewage Facilities Overloaded Clear state depart ment ft health has refusedto ap prove any new additions to the city of Clear Lake until the over loaded condition of your existing sewage treatment facilities has been corrected L W Mahone Clear Lake en gineer was in Des Moines Tues day to discuss the matter with the state department it was revealed by Mayor W H Ward The de cision of the state department was given in a letter to the city council which authorized Mahones trip Ruling Follows Application It followed application for a per mit for sewer extensions to the proposed Sunset View addition to Clear Lake A permit from the state department is required by law before construction of sewer extensions can be started Before a permit for sewer ex tensions is issued we must be as sured that adequate treatment fa cilities will be provided for the present wastes and the additional sewage to be collected by the pro posed extensions stated a letter from P J Houser director of the division ofpublic health engineer ing of the state department of health In order to take action on a permit for this addition we need further information relative to contemplated action on your part toward the provision of adequate sewage treatment The overloaded condition of your existing sewage treatment fa cilities has been brought to your attention several times in the last few years by members of this de partment Our engineers reports of July 29 1948 and Nov 1 1949 set forth detailed information con cerning the overloading which was again brought to your attention in a report of Feb 21 1950 cover ing a special investigation of sludge digestion at the plant All 3 reports describe the poor quality of efluent discharged from the plant or the pollutional condi tions existing in the receiving stream Willow We realize you are familiar with the situation and have com pleted some preliminary planning in connection with the needed fa cilities However the inadequacies of your existing sewage treatment facilities and the resulting pollu tion in the receiving stream re quire corrective action at the earliest possible date Vote Scheduled All voters in the proposed san itary sewer district to include the entire shoreline and watershed of Clear Lake will have an opportun ity to go to the polls Thursday to vote on establishment of that dis trict Passage of the proposition does not commit the voters to any bond issue it was pointed out Tuesday It merely clears the way for elec tion of the trustees and organiza tion of the district After the trust ees are elected by the same voters they can determine what funds arc necessary and submit that question also to the voters Sixty per cent of those voting must then approve the bond issue before it becomes legal The establishment of the sani tary district is of particular inter est now to the Clear Lake city voters it was pointed out by Mayor Ward because of the neces sity of improving or rebuilding the citys sewage treatment plant One ol the recommendations made by engineers who made the survey of the proposed feanitary district for the state a combined plant could bebuilt for both the city of Clear ahd H1the rest of the district NBC RCA Ask US to Stop Color TV Chicago UP The National Broadcasting company and Radio Corporation of America Tuesday joined Pilot corporation in filing suits to restrain the federal com munications commission in its adoption of the CBS color tele vision system The NBCRCA suit asked for a temporary restraining order and for a hearing on a permanent in junction by a 3judge court The case was assigned to Federal Judge Philip L Sullivan The suit said the two firms have invested more than 8100000000 in both black and white and color television It said RCA has huilt and sold more than 1500000 TV sets which could not receive CBS color telecasts without expensive modifications OX CIVILIAN BASIS Des Moines Olm sted Des Moines insurance execu tive says his appointment as a defense department arms produc tion consultant will be on a civil ian basis Weather Report FORECAST Mason City Clear Tuesday night Increasing cloudiness and warmer Wednesday Low Tues day night 52 High Wednes day 85 Iowa Fair through Wednesday Low Tuesday night 50 north 60 south High Wednesday 85 to 90 Fiveday Iowa weather outlook Temperatures will average 4 to 8 degrees above normal Normal high near 65 Normal low near 42 Warm Wednesday and Thursday Gradual cooling through the weekend Rainfall will average onequarter inch or less with showers most like ly Friday Minnesota Fair south mostly cloudy north portion through Wednesday Occasional rain northwest portion Tuesday night and in extreme north Wednes day Warmer north portion Tuesday night Warmer Wed nesday except cooler northwest portoin Low Tuesday night 40 45 northeast to near 50 south west High Wednesday 6570 northeast 7580 southwest IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather statistics for the 24 hours ending at 8 a m Maximum 82 Minimum 50 At 8 a m 55 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 70 45 Hickenlooper in Cerro Gordo on Wednesday A caravan of republican cen trat committee members arid others of the party will accom pany Senator Bi B Hickenlooper on his tour of Cerro Gordo county Wednes day The senator will visit Clear Lake Ventura Thornton Piy mouth and Rockwell be sides giving his principal a d dress of the day SEN HICKENLOOPER n Central park in Mason City at noon A portion of this address will be recorded and rebroadcast on KGLO from to 10 p m Wednesday night Following is the schedule for the day a front of the Clear Lake Bank and Trust com pany Clear Lake a front of the Ventura State bank Ventura a m Thornton park Thornton noon Principal address Central park Mason City 2 p front of Plymouth bank Plymouth p street Rock well Demos See PayOff fo Joe Hanley By BILL DAVIDSON Albany N Yorks bitter election campaign erupted Tuesday with democratic charges that Gov Thomas E Dewey was nominated by the republicans for a 3rd term after a payoff to Lt Gov Joe R Hanley The democrats based their charges on a letter released by Hanley Monday in which the lieu tenant governor said that if I will consent to take the nomination to the United States senate I am definitely assured of being able to clean up my financial obliga tions within 90 days The democratic candidate for governor Rep Walter A Lynch immediately accused Governor Dewey of participating in a ne farious crime He charged that Hanley had been bought off to give up his own candidacy for governor and to run instead for the senate In New York Gov Dewey told a news conference he had never discussed Hanleys debts or his situation with him but that he had assured Hanley that ais job in the state government remained sure Dewey said it looks as though a demo trying to work his way intot Dannemora or Matteawan state prisons by making the most violently false charges al leging crime none of which oc urred Clear M Asked if he planned to investi gate the situation Dewey said Theer is nothing to investi gate its all clear as day At Rochester Frank Gannett publisher of a group of news papers and long a prominent re publican called for a grand jury investigation Gannett who said he lent Hanley about to help finance his preconvention cam paign said the letter reveals corruption in political affairs and the penalties for these are setere The New York Times said the letter was one of the worst kept major political secrets of mod ern times and reflected bitter Runaway Boy Consumes Sized Dinner Des Moines A 14yearold boy who had run away from the state juvenile home at Toledo gave himself up at Polk county Sheriff Howard C Reppeters of fice Monday The boy told Reppert he hadnt had any thing to eat since Saturday night The sheriff took the lad to the jail where the boy ate 6 fried eggs 8 pieces of toast a quart of milk and a large bowl of jello Authorities from the juvenile home came after the boy later in the day The lad who is from Genterville said that he and two other youths left the home Satur day but that he separated from the others He said his mother was dead and he had not heard from his father since he went to the home a year and 4 months ago CHARGE REDUCED Des Moines The 1st degree murder charge against William Music has been reduced to man slaughter by District Judge Loy Ladd SAME Uliick fltf means trllfto In put 24 ship Dewejr The 74yearold lieutenant goy eirnor had been assured of the republican gubernatorial nomina tion until Dewey changed his mind about retiring Dewey announced Sept 4 that he would seek a 3rd term Lynch claimed that Dewey stood convicted by his own run ning mate of bartering one of the highest offices in the gift of the people for his own personal gain as though it was a commodity in the market place He contended that as a result of the disclosure Dewey would have to be impeached if re elected Nov 7 and that Hanley could never be seated in the senate Hanley had a secretary distrib ute copies of the letter to news men after he had held a news conference to deny what he said were absolute falsehoods in a whispering campaign against him Asked about the letter at a campaign stop Dewey said he was delighted Joe met these smear attacks headon Hanley wouldnt reveal to whom he had sent the letter Democrats said it was delivered by messenger to Republican Rep W Kingsland Macy of Suffolk county at Saratoga Springs Macy was there to attend the G O P state convention Sept 6 and 7 The democratic state committee in New York City released pho tostatic copies of the letter which a spokesman said the democrats had had in their possession for three weeks He would not say how it was obtained The letter was dated Sept 5 the day before Hanley announced he would run for the senate Nov 7 against Herbert H Lehman democratliberal incumbent Charges Money Deal At Batavia Congressman Lynch charged in a speech Monday night that Hanley had been bought off by Wall street bankers to give up the gubernatorial nomination to Dewey The amount of money in volved is Lynch as serted He did not elaborate Hanley told the news confer ence that the letter was being cir culated publicly and that insinu ations have been drawn from the letter as to why he relinquished the gubernatorial nomination In the letter Hanley wrote Today I had a conference with the governor in which certain unalterable and unquestionably definite propositions were made to me If I will consent to take the nomination to the U S senate I am definitely assuredjif being able to clean up my financial ob ligations within 90 days so that I would be clear for the first time in 20 years of my life I am assured of an adequate living compensation if elected in a perfectly legal and unquestion able way Also I have an iron el a d unbreakable arrangement whereby I will be given a job with the state which I would like and enjoy 1 have been told what it Yanks ROKs Advance to 12 Miles of Red Capital Vi PYONGYANG f Kaesonc AP Wirephoto ALLIES NEAR troops arrows continued gains in North Korea Tuesday British forces were reported in Sariwon with American divisions moving on the town from the south andthe east South Koreans moved northwest arid west of captured Suan Other South Korean forces neared Hamhung and Hungnam May Revolt Join Ike By LYLE C WILSON Washington Thomas E Dewey says Gen Dwight DEisenhower is republican enough for him But Dewey did not tell the whole story in Sunday nights tel evision broadcast in he endorsed Ike for the 1952 republican presidential nomination The rest of the story is is at sufficient compensation to make ray net income more than I now have At his Suffolk county home Macy said he had no comment on the letter Macy a member of the state board of regents has been at odds with Dewey for some time HalfTruth Hanley said that one of the in sinuations being drawn from the letter was that Dewey had prom ised him a state job if he were defeated for the senate seat Thats one of those halftruths Hanley declared He said he told Dewey that if he were defeated he might have to ask the governor for a state job Hanley said Dewey replied that the state would not wantto lose you from state service In answer to a query on the statejob angle Monday nigljt the governor said that nearly two years ago we talked about the possibility Dewey added I told him the state could ill afford to lose his services Any time he is prepared to accept an appointment I consider it a great honor Hanley withdrew as a candidate for governor Sept 2 and urged Dewey to reconsider his announced decision to return to private law practice Plane Crash Fatal to 28 London A twinengined air liner smashed into a London suburb Tuesday killing 28 of the 29 persons aboard British European airways said an engine failed shortly after the plane took off from London for Glasgow The plane a Dakota was attempting to return to London The air line said it carried 24 passengers including one infant and a crew of 5 As far as we know all have been killed except one adult either passenger or crew a spokesman said The aircraft was complete ly burned out The survivor a man was taken to Edgeware general hospital One report said the craft caught fire in the air hit a house top then plowed through a wall into a garden One wing still teetered atop a house DONALD DUCK ENLISTS Tcrre Haute Ind Duck enlisted in the air force Mohdry that Ikes republican support ers are not likely to press him to announce his affiliation with the republican party Ike himself didnt say yes and didnt say no Monday to the Dewey endorsement All the gen eral said was that hes happy as president of Columbia university South Boils Bubbling up now in the once uponatime solid south is an anti Truman movement among power ful democrats They are led by James F Byrnes who will be elec ted next month governor of South Carolina Byrnes is the former senator supreme court justice and secretary of state who used to be a buddy of President Truman but who isnt any more If Mr Truman is renominatecl by the democrats in 1952 the Byrnesled southerners will be looking for a place to land They very well could land in the Eisen hower camp if the general were nominated by the G O P Byrnes and his southern friends would feel a lot more comfortable there if Ike did little instead of much talking about being a repub lican The longer he delays putting a political tag on himself the easier it will be for southerners to vote for him and against Mr Truman in 1952 Hoover Split the South Herbert Hoover cracked the south in 1928 From Democratic Al Smith Hoover took Florida Ken tucky North Carolina Tennessee Texas and Virginia Four southern states bolted Mr Truman in 1948 to cast their electoral votes for J Strom Thurmond slates rights candidate They were Alabama Louisiana Mississippi and South Carolina He got one Tennessee electoral vote Dewey said he didnt know whether Ike was a republican But he said the generals speeches proved his political philosophy to be right These speeches began in May 1949 and are continuing They have a states rights flavor too Last June as president of Co lumbia university Ike addressed the graduating class in words which might have been uttered by Byrnes himself he said Determination to support and sustain the political and economic freedom of the individual does not make us reactionaries except to those of fuzzy minds or among those egoists who seek the right to dominate of course for our own good Not So Sure Mr Truman told newsmen last Dec 22 that he did not believe UN Drives Toward Pyongyang in Rout By RELMAN MORIN Tokyo AP American and South Korean columns slashed Tuesday night through shattered communist rem nants within 12 miles of the red Korean capital Pyongyang Just over a month after the allied tide turned on landing at Inchon the war was running swiftly towardvictory for the United Nations f The U S 1st cavalry and the ROK 1stdivisions were rac ing each other for the red capital Each wanted to be 1st to level the knockout blow A field dispatch said the South Koreans plunged to within 12 miles southeast of Pyongyang Tuesday night before stopping to rest A spokesman said the South Koreans expected to reach the communist capital Wednesday Soon in Ranee of Bit Guns AP Correspondent Don White head with the Americans re ported the capital is certain to come within range of allied big guns in 24 hours or less Military circles in Tokyo say the fall of Pyongyang almost cer tainly will end the Korean war except mopup operations against guerilla forces AP Correspondent Hal Boyle reported the Americans were drivisg ca Pyongyang in a 30 mile long column The foot troopers were forging ahead Tuesday night through dis rupted red defenses Boyle said they might reach Pyongyang by Wednesday Correspondent Whitehead said red troops were throwing down their arms iinto the hills or A enemy A equipment beside the road In the past 3 daysthe division has captured hundreds Bf red prisoners the spokesman said The 1st cavalry rammed up a secondary road bypassing Sari won the Americans left that key city 35 air miles south of Pyong yang for British and Australian troops to mopup 31Mile Sprint The commonwealth troops fought their way into the city after a 31mile dash American foot troopers drove ahead so fast they seized a bridge north of Hwangju before the reds coulddestroy it The South Korean 1st division raced into Sangwon along a wind ing mountain road R 0 K troops were so eager to enter the red capital 1st that their officers had trouble restraining them from run ning along the road to the red capital Affirm Life for Killer of Mason Cityan DCS Moines Iowa su preme court Tuesday affirmed the Hie prison sentence given Alvin Junior Brown 20 Tulsa Okla hitchhiker a year ago for the murder ofa Mason City man who had given him a ride William J Muldoon had picked up Brown on the highway and was taking him to Des Moines June 6 1949 Muldoon was shot and his bodye left on a side road near Marshalltown Brown pleaded guilty to an open murder charge in the case After a hearing District Judge B O Tankersley sentenced Brown to life imprisonment Brown appealed to the supreme court claiming the sentence was too severe Schnefer Sentence Is Up to 10 Years Charles City Carl Schac fer Charles City Tuesday was sentenced to not more than 10 years in the Fort Madison state penitentiary on a robbery charge He was found guilty Sept 27 of taking in night club receipts from a woman employe of club the Eisenhower was a candidate for president Some of Mr Trumans powerful left wing supporters are not so sure In the same month Americans for democratic action recognized Ike as a menace to their plans Their annual convention de nounced him as a new member of the reactionary band which advocates a jungle state Here in Washington many per sons sec Ike as willing and quite likely to be nominated for presi dent in 1952 Truman in Major Foreign Policy Speech By ERNEST B VACCtOLO Sun President Truman took extraordinary pre cautions Tuesday to provide a completely nonpartisan backdrop for his major foreign policy speech Tuesday night Closely following his midPa cific conference with General MacArthurlthe speech is expected to reopen a concentrated campaign to force Soviet Russia to talk peace realistic terms Every effort was made by presidents aides to keep cratic candidates away from his quarters in the Fairmont hotel after his arrival aboard the presi dential plane Tttfc ladepend ence from Honolulu Monday Beat Mr Truman apparently was operating on the theory that no politics Is thebeit politics for the administration critical period in world affairs pm in San Franciscos opera the charter of the United was drafted during thefinal cam paigns of World war II The president spent a good part of Monday night in conference with top officials on the wording of the address which will be am plified in a talk before the UN general assembly in New York Oct 24 President Trumans address will be beamed by the Voice of Amer ica throughout the world and car ried by the major networks in this country Critical These points are expected to be emphasized 1 The United States is pri marily interested in bringing to the Korean people something of the living standards of theAmer ican reconstruction and rehabilitation 2 Improvements advocated for Korea will serve as a pattern for what the U S would like to do for other countries in need of Ameri can aid 3 The U S wants neither spe cial consideration nor military in stallations in Korea and would like to get its troops out as soon as it is safe to do and 4 There must be no letdown in congressional support of heavy spending for defenseat home and for allied nations abroad so long as the threat of communism im perils any spot in the world where an invasion could explode into another world war Mi Truman showed unusual care in the preparation of Tues day nights to be the opening and an intensive drive to counter Russian propa ganda which tries to picture the U S as an aggressor nation The president calls it a great campaign of truth aimed at dramatizing this countrys peace ful intentions throughout the world State department officials are working overnight on means of breaking through jamming which the Soviets hope to prevent American ideals from reaching Russia and satellite countries Stassen Comments Harold E Stassen republican exgovernor of Minnesota and presently president of the Univer sity of Pennsylvania said in Wash ington Monday night that the American people are entitled to know whether Mr Trumans con ference with MacArthur means that he has decided to accept the generals advice on far Pacific problems If not Stassen said then the public would be justified in re garding it as a sinful political escapade designed to bolster democratic candidates in the No vember 7 elections No Weakening of Strength in Orient By RUSSELL BRINES Tokyo forces In the far east will be strengthened considerably as a result of agree ff   

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