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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 17, 1950, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NIWSPAMft THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANS HOME EDITION mrm MASON CITV IOWA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 17 OwwtaM M resident o Scrap for irfFair Deal Truman Discounts Election Victories Backs Acheson By JACK BELL Washington fl umah outwardly happy and rappy evidently was ready Ffi ytorenew battle with the new id old congresses for his fair al program On the political front Mr Tru an discounted the election vic es of republicans reiterated backing for Secretary of State leson refused to backtrack on controversial domestic pro am anddodged questions about hether he may run again Ths president told his 1st post lection news conference Thursday ie expects the lame duck session f congress meeting Nov 27 to ap irove an excess profits tax an big chunk of military ap riations statehood for Alaska Hawaii and an extension of controls Almost nobody in his own legislative lieu Mr Trumans op on this score Congress Will Approve The president said he was not bMlifcalling congress back early as he he might do because the for more funds to finance fighting in Korea and the na military buildup still is be vflSSflng whipped into shape There was every sign that con pffress would approve any such But senate action is doubtful on excess profits tax bill that it be passed in the houseearly December Senator Taft of who heads the republican committee has said he y Sjispdoesnt believe any action will in the short session Southern democratic delaying may crop up against house bills to grant statehood Hawaii and Alaska The re iublicans may helpout on this s Chairman Maybank DS Car Ifalready has predicted that t h e Isenate banking committee wont E act onrent control extension in the lame duck session Controls are due to expireDec31Except in communities which take posi tiveaction to extend them lor 6 months Same Proposals Despite republican victories in j last weeks election Mr Truman 5 made it plain that when he re i ports to the new 82nd congress in January on the state of the na tion he will wrap tip againall of the fair deal proposals he said he had been war II ended His own advisers seemed likely to tell the he that he willhave a muchsmaller chance in congress withincreased republican strength to get action on such proposals as repeal ofthe TaftHartley act compulsory health insurance the Brannan farm subsidy payment plan Mr Trumans wrapup prob ably will also include civil rights recommendations which a strengthened southern democratic bloc seems in position to stall again in the senate In response to a question the president said he always had got ten along with the southern bloc It never had been he who wasnt able to get along he added Southerners indicated they did not consider this much of an olive branch although they greeted as a sensible decision the presidents announcement that he wont try to interfere in the choice of a new party leader to replace Senator Lucas of Illinois Lucas was de feated by Republican Everett Dirksen Johnson Recalled Dirksen is one of a number of republicans who have called for replacement of Secretary Acheson Some dmeocrats have said priv ately they regarded Acheson as a political liability in the election Mr Truman made it emphatic that Acheson is staying He is go ing to stay as secretary of state period the president said of his listeners recalled the presidents almost equally em phatic statement last summer that both Acheson and Secretary of De fense Louis Johnson would remain in the cabinet as long as he was president Johnson was out a lew weeks later Neither did the president give much ground to those who have been demanding resumption of full diplomatic relations with Spain Mr Truman said he would be re luctant to send an ambassador to Madrid and would be hard to con vince of the need for such a step Although he dodged questions about his own political future the president assumed a cheerful air about the election results which increased republican representa tion in the senate by 5 members and upper the G O P house group by 27 s He waslike the pollsters who missed the 1948 didnt guess right the president said He had predicted landslide demo cratic victories He wasnt blue the president because the results seemed to iollow the normal trend in non presidential years with the ad ministration losing some strength la congress 1951 WINNEBAGO COUNCIL of the Winnebago councillor next year were elected at the annual council meeting Thursday night at the All Vets Social Center in Clear Lake They are left to right Dr K B Charles City commission er W Harry Cook Osage vice president Dr A H Dulmes Klemme vice president Jay M Tubbesing vice president and Herb Ohrt president Winnebago Membership at New High Membership in the Winnebago council of BoyScouts of America now stands at 3099 the largest number in the history of the coun cil Peter S De Jong council exec utive announced Thursday eve ning at the 9district annual meet ing at the All Vets Social Center in Clear Lake Herb Ohrt was reelected presi dent of the council reelected were Jay Tubbesing and W Harry Cook Osage vice presidents and Dr K B Keirr Charles City commissioner Dr A H Dulmes Klemme was elected a vice president andLouis Page treasurer Ohrt has been prominent in council scouting for several years and has served as council commis sioner In 1948 he was recognized in a regional ceremony at Kansas City for outstanding work in head ing the councils membership pro gram Ray Rorick organization and extension chairman reported the council is now composed of 138 units troops packs antt explorer units a gain of 9 over 1949 He saidthe total membership ofthe council is expected to reach 3400 by 1952 The long term camping program attracted 672 scouts during the year said George Mendon camp ing Chairman Of these 491 at tended Camp Roosevelt and 109 went to the Valley Forge Pa jamboree Mendon went on to saythatnext year Roosevelt camps willstart on Sunday afternoon and run un til the following Saturday The 1st camping period will start either June 17 or 24 Merit badge and cub hobby shows are planned forevery dis trict next spring Hughes Bryant advancement c ha i r m a n an nounced Camporees also are planned for each district in spring It was decided to promote 3 months November February and May for courts of honor 1 A total of was reported in to date for the next years op erating budget This represents about a 40 per cent increase over other years Sam Torgeson fi nance chairman announced Other reports were made by Leon Madson health and safety chair man Edwin Roedel training chairman Judge W P Butler constitution revision chairman and Dr Kerr District chairmen and the dis trict they represent were named They are Dr M O Hoogestraat Parkeisburg Butler R G Parks Cerro Gordo Glenn Osman Britt Hancock Dr J G Schmitz Mc Intire Mitchell Carle Lande Lake Mills Winnebago Robert Spearing Manly Worth Jack Shepard Belmond Wright Floyd and Franklin districts have not named their chairmen yet The annual the following election included Members at large of the execu tive board Syd Thompson Clear Lake T S Albrecht and James Graven of Greene Dan J P Ryan ParkersburgL H Wayne Fluent Dr R H Koenig and Don Dexheimer all of Charles City Leon M a ds o ri Hampton Curtis Riehin Garner L G Benz ID M Gjertson and W W Martin all of Osage Henry C Nelson Forest City S R Torgeson and Ray Wogen from Lake Mills E O Bottolfson Northwood and Ted Jorgensori Clarion Mason Cityans on the execu tive board are Msgr Arthur J Breen Hughes Bryant Judge Butler H L Campbell Carl Dwyer Glenn Gilbert Leon Green George Harrer Ralph LloydJones Dr R O Masters George Mendon the Rev A N Rogness Milton Raizes Ray Ror ick Steve Price L H Shepoiser SteveStahl Carl Stein H E Van Essen and Fred Wagner National council representa tives elected arc E F Bisbay Clarion Dr A L Miller Charles City and M C Lawson National ff U W chotM IT SsrJta RECEIVES 30 YEARS Hev pastor at Plymouth and now a resident of California made a promise long ago to the late Arleigh Marshall for many years treasurer of the Winnebago council of the Boy Scouts to come back to Iowa to receive his 30 years veterans award And Thurs day night at the All Vets Social Center Mr Galbreath re ceived the award making the trip from his west coast hometo accept honor Presenting him the award is Harold Campbell past president of the council council members elected by the national council are Judge But ler Ralph LloydJones Dr J L Pauley Ray H Rorick and Jay M Tubbesing Council members at large for 1951 include officers district chairmen members of the exec utive board national council rep resentatives and national council members Others are N B An derson Clarion Lee Blum Hamp ton Nels Branstad Forest City T G Bums Clear Lake Harry Cnbbs Forest City the Rev Wil liam Galbreth California O N Gjellefald Forest City Stanley L Haynes Mason City Fred Hene man Mason City F Ross Henry Clarion Morns Holstad North wood J J Kopp Buffalo Center C R Lamson Plymouth Cliff Larscn Scarville Clark McNeal Belmond Fred Missal Garner Also Dr William Moore Graf ton F R Pfeiffer Mason City Dr E H Phillips Garner DrR A Phillips Corwith Dr J C Powers California Bob Host Hampton Fritz Schulte Kensett Hugh Shephard Mason City Ralph Stanbery Mason City Dr R W Stober Charles City A L Wartnaby Sheffield A W Strand Forest City Dr B Ray mond Weston Mason City and Mark Young CharlesCity Seniors at Camp McCoy to Receive Diplomas DCS Moines William S Beardsley saidFriday arrange ments nave been made for ap proximately 25 Iowa high school seniors among troops of the 194th field artillery battalion at Camp McCoy Wisconsin to graduate with theirclasses The battalion was ordered to Camp McCoy in September The governor said instructors have been obtained from within the battalion to teach the seniors so they will be able to get their di plomas with their classes SAME M Berserk Man Slashes Son Winter Wis A young father driven atooth ache early Friday slashed the throats of his baby son and daughter with a singleedged safety razor blade Sheriff William Sands said Stanley Crocker about 25 a Flambeau river resort employe had admitted the razorblade at tacks and submitted to arrest after telephoning the sheriff that something terrible has hap pened I want you to come and arrest me Crockers son Stanley Jr 18 months old was killed as he lay in his crib A daughter Christine 4 was hospitalized at Park Falls with severe slash wounds Mrs Crocker was treated for scalp lacerations Allied Tank Column Hits Within 23 Miles of Line Fist Fights Break Out at Deere By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Fists flew Friday as striking workmen for the 2nd day sought to stop the opening of the John Deere Waterloo tractor works Waterloo Courier reporters esti mated there were about 350 noisy pickets massed around the gates at opening time Friday morning They said there wasjeering and yelling and some fights Meanwhile George Pike attor ney for the company said an ap plication for an injunction against the striking C I OUnited Auto workers union was being pre pared He said it probably would be filed in district court late Fri day Some Workers Enter Gust Olson Jr manager of the Waterloo works said more workers entered the plant than Thursday The company has given no figures on the number that en tered A union spokesman said Thursday 16 went into the plant Victor Kinkade 1st vice president of the U A W local said 8 or 9 went through the lines Friday Nearly twice as many pickets were out Friday morning com pared to Thursday when the Deere plant opened for the 1st time since it was closed by a strike Sept 1 The C I OUnited Auto Work ers union manned all 10 gates of the bigplant which normally em ployes about 6000 workers They again used the moving circle of pickets in attempting to keep workers out Sheriff H T Wagner and Ms deputies had to escort some work lines of yelling pickets Meanwhile at Moines all wis quiet along the picket line scene of minor disturbances when the Des Moines works opened its gates to workers Wednesday District Judge O S Franklin Friday will hear the application for an injunction The injunction was sought Wednesday after pickets massed at 5 gates Some bricks were hurled and one non union worker was injured slight ly Des Moines Plant Quiet However no disturbances were reported at the Des Moines plant Thursday after an agreement under which the union posted only 4 pickets at each gate And it was the same at Friday mornings opening hour Deere spokesman said about 150 workmen returned to their jobs at the Des Moines plant Thursday but the union claimed the total was 20 or only 5 members of the union The Des Moines plant normally employes about 1600 A dispute over the contract has left 13000 workers idle in 7 plants in Iowa and Illinois These two plants are the only ones to attempt reopemngs PROTEST REJECTED New Delhi India munist China has brusquely re jected a 2nd Indian protest at the military invasion of Tibet an of ficiar government spokesman said Friday AP Wirephoto COUP DE Inc New York picture agency says this picture came from its photographer in Seoul Korea with a caption describing it as showing a South Korean officer using a pistol to give the coup de grace to part of a group of South Korean communist collabora tors after they were shot by a firing squad carrying out a death sentence imposed by a military court in Seoul Bradley Soys U S Stripped of Strength Atlanta Omar Brad ley said Friday the Korean war and its allies of to the atom defend them selves elsewhere Thechairman of chiefs of staff said in a speech prepares for a meeting of the Associated Press Managing Editors associa tion It is a bruising and shocking fact that when we Americans were committed in Korea we were lefl without an adequate margin of military strength with which to face an enemy at any other spe cific point can t Meet Bir Attack Certainly we were left withoul the strength to meet a general at tack In the military sense the free left without adequate reserves except for the atom bomb While urging a continuing build up of American strength Bradley offered to trade the atom bomb for a genuine course of righteousness in the world and to trade all military power for a century oi peace But Tie told the 500 editors that no easy trades are on in the open market and went on to say We must earn the world righteousness we seek and the peace we so earn estly desire Would Trade Bomb Accomplished in the talents of science we Have created the atom ic bomb Bradley said Today we would gladlytrade it for a gen AP Wlrephoto THE ENEMY CRAWLS reds their empty hands clear of the ground are flushed out by a U S patrol operating in North Korea south of Kusong uine course of righteousness in the world Acknowledged victors in the art of war we would prefer tile benefits of lasting internationa agreement and tranquiiity Today we would trade all military power for a century of peace But no easy trades are on the open market We must earn th world righteousness we seek an jthe peace we desire our labors have jus begun f U S Radios Assurances to Red China Washington state de partment radio beamed into com munist China Friday Presides Trumans assurance that the United States has no intention of invading Manchuria and will help protect Chinas interests along the Korean border Mr Truman said a professed selief that the UN forces in Ko rea would carry the war into Chi na was the pretext on which the Chinese communists inter vened in Korea Insofar as the Chinese actually do have such fearsthe presidents statement was designed to reas sure them in the hope that they might then withdraw their forces and permit an early peace in Ko rea NAMED DIRECTOR Minneapolis D Grim of Keosauqua Iowa has been named director of the National Milk Producers association Weather Report FORECAST Mason City Cloudy and warmer Friday night Saturday partly cloudy Low Friday night about 32 High Saturday about 50 Iowa Cloudy Friday night with winds shifting to westerly Low Friday night 32 to 38 north 38 to 42 south Saturday partly cloudy and continuedmild ahd highs 50 to 60 Further outlook Cloudy and turning colder Sun day Monday partly cloudy and cold Iowa 5day weather Temperatures will average near Normal high 40 north 47 south Normal low 22 north 28southr Slightly cblderSatur dayWarmer SundayTurning colder Monday afternoon and Tuesday Showers or snow flur ries likely about Monday Pre cipitation will average onetenth inch Minnesota Occasional snow north portion Friday night and central portion Saturday and much colder Cloudy and warmer south portion Friday night and little change in temperature extreme south Saturday Low Friday night 1015 northwest 2025 central 3035 south High Saturday 15 northwest 2025 central 3035 south except 40 45 extreme south IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather statistics or the 24 hours ending at 8 a m Maximum 33 Minimum 21 At I a m 22 Americans Masts Way From Trap By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS An American tank column blast ed its way through a red trap ia a far North Korean mountain vine Friday Then it rolled north ward in a blazing bid to reach Manchurian border in 4days Communists opened up on 17th infantry regiment ullsides as the tanks rumbled along a narrow road in northeast Korea A 3hour battle ended with 125 communists dead on the and marine Corsairs rocketing the fleeing remnants This was about 23 miles south of the Manchufiarifrontier Predicts Shootinc The commander ol the column said his force would reach the Dorder early next week and if fired on from We will shoot hell out of Elsewhere on the front The South Korean Capital di vision clawed 3000 to 4000 yards forward on the extreme northeast sector U S marines probed mountains around Changjin reservoir in the center of the peninsula Patrols of the U S24th divi sion roamed unopposed more than 6 miles north of Pakchonin northwest American troops hunting down guerrillas far behind the lines re ported inflicting the biggest death toll of any battle action this week More than 500 reds were killed Red raiders retaliated by setting Along munists a voided ranyy major en gafement But they nw up forcssiii the j mountainsX spokesman estimated 100000reds are available in the armies equipped with American artillery captured by Chinese com munists from nationalists and now supplied by Americantype shells manufac tured in red Manchuria Town Abllwe Waiplanes striking out in front of the spearheading advance of he 17th infantry1 regiments tank column in the northeast set ablaze the red stronghold of Kapsan 10th corps announced Kapsan is the S Tffa divisions objective The tankers skirmish took its toll in American wounded Col Harbert B Powell 17th regiment commander narrowly escaped death Later he said his men would reach the Manchurian border within 3 or 4 days A 10th corps sopkesman said they were 20 miles from the bor der but Associated Press Corres pondent Tom Stone with the reg ment reported they were 23 miles away We plan to go to the Yalu then Hill back and entrench Powell old Stone My orders are in definite But if they lire across the river at us we will shoot hell out of them The statement contrasted with tanding orders to UN airmen to crupulously avoid crossing to the VTanchunan side of the Yalu riv er in their bomb raids to block out Chinese communist reinforce ments or in chasing red jet planes The 17ths twoday toll of 370 reds was topped by antiguerrilla actions in the rear The U S 25th division reported tkilled 537 bypassed communists Thursday in battles 50 miles south of the northwestern A red guerrilla command post was blown up by an ammunition depot in1 a cave was aptured Three hundred thou and rounds of mortar and artil ery shells were in the cave 20 miles east of Pyongyang former ed capital Red Tactics These actions were in the Fyong ganChorwon Ichon triangle vhere guerrillas have opened a 2nd front patterned on tactics jerfected by Chinese and Russian ommunists Just outside this triangle t mail band of torchbearing guer illas set fire to the town of Kap ong 32 railes northeast of Seoul arly Friday Sweeping flames routed8000 civilians General headquar ters in Tokyo said North Korean eds bypassed UN sweep orthward have biro reorga ized under a central command hey are carrying on coordinated guerrilla raids to disrupt UN sup ly lines and keep themselves equipped v Headquarters added there 0000 bypassed communists in he triangle   

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