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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 18, 1950, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER FOR THE HOME CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TNI MIWSPAPIR THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANI HIICHIOtS HOME EDITION VOL LVU AsiocUtod Fnu Full Five Ctate MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY NOVEMBER II ItM Thli ot Snowstorm Blocks Main UN Supply Line infantry Close to Kapsan Seoul Korea American infantry thrust nearer the Manchurian bor der in rugged northeast Ko rea Saturday in a snowstorm that blocked their irtan supply route 50 miles in the rear The temperature was skid ding sharply Only scattered rifle fire from nearby hills opposed the doughboys of the U S 7th divisions 17th regiment in a 4mile drive that carried them within two miles of smould ering Kapsan 21 air miles south of the red border Back at division headquar ters it was disclosed that ice and 12foot snowdrifts had blocked the divisions main supply route in a pass 25 miles south of Pimgsan I Saying there is nothing to worry about Maj Gen David G Barr division com mander declared airdrops would be used to supply the troops if the roads remained impassable for long AP Correspondent Tom Stone with the 7th reported that the storm dropping tem perature and rocky terrain were the biggest obstacles However a field officer said We expect to make Kapsan tomorrow Smoke still was rising from the town from heavy allied air strikes covering the advance The 7thdivision is the northern most American unit on the slant Iowa Traffic Toll Hits 525 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Iowas 1950 traffic death toll reached the 525 mark Saturday as 3 new highway fatalities were re corded The latest victims included Mrs Kobert Spidle 20 Indian ola whose neck was brokenVwnen he car she was drivingbver Kedi Disappear Elsewhere tred resistance evap orated But on thewestern sec tor 100000 North Korean Chi nese communists were reported digging into a low mountain de fense line south of the Yalu riv ers international powersites on the Manchurian border The red objectives appeared on the basis of intelligence reports to te UN forces get ahead un der harassment into the higher mountain gaps in the northeast where they might be tied down through the bittercold winter at the end of snowbound supply lines on a 60mile line run ning through uplands from Tae chon on the southwest to the Tok chon arid Chongchon river area Intelligence sources at 8th army headquarters estimated about 28 000 Chinese in 3 divisionsize task forces are on the TaechonTok choriline with about 70000 North Koreans Other units are in sup porting positions There was no re ported evidence of any reds pulling back to the Yalu in that area 45 miles northwest of Taechon r The Yalu powersite area appar ently is the point of greatest sensi tivity for the Chinese reds Rejects Peace Bid President Trumans assurance this weekthat the United States had no aggressive designs on guarantee also that the power sites would not be molested by UN met by deri iion in communist Peiping The answer cameFriday night from the Peiping radio insarcastic language summed up with The Chinese people are not deceived by what they see through this cur tain of lies and bellicosity On the northeast battlelines there were no indicationsof any new red buildups to stop advanc ing UN forces Observer and intelligence re ports indicated nothing but a 3 inch snow lay between tank forces of the American 7th division and airstruck and burnedout Kapsan in the northeast Kapsan is 21 air line miles short of Manchuria on that tack through valleys among steep mountains Associated Press Corresponden Tom the Kapsanfront reported the 7ths advance was de layed 3 hours Friday to let Sher man tanks wheel off the road and help clean out entrenched reds The communist ambush was lodged in the hillsides above the mountain gap road The tanks were supported by artillery fire and allied air at tacks After the skirmish 128 reds counted dead more were wounded and American casualties were assessed as comparatively light The fight was waged by the 17th regiment combat team o miles southwest of Kapsan AP Wirephoto ALLIES SLOG AHEAD IN KOREAN the Myongchon front A South Ko rean troops drove steadily ahead through disintegrating opposition In the Kapsan area tankled Americans advanced through a snow storm One bundled thousand Ko rean and Chinese communists were reported digging into a defense line south of the Yalu rivers C international power sites All along the battle line UN troops black arrows continued their advance Texqn Held at Garner in Knifing Garner Brown about 40 Colorado City Texas is being held in the city jail here in connection with the knifing of a fellow worker Sheriff L M Browef saidBrown dent on a newtyrgradedjroadiiear jndianola Her husband and 2 labies escaped serious injury Sam Clinton Hague 67 AUerton farmer who died of a brain con cussion after truck was involved in acollision onhighway 40 near AUerton Dale Hoskins 34 Perry trucker who was burned to death when lis truck struck a bridge railing near Guthrie Center TheHoskins Hague and Spidle accidents occurred Friday and Fri day night Prominent Farmer at Emmetsburg Hurt Dal jUn 65 prominent Palo Altocoun iy retired farmer was in serious condition at a hospital here Sat urday with auto accident injuries Dalun sufferedabroken neck and other injuries yesterday when iiscar was involved in a collision northeast of Emmetsburg 1ST ANNIVERSARY Paducah Ky presi dent and MrsAlben Barkley ob served their 1st wedding anni versary Saturday by noth ing at all in the way of a cele bration Weather Report FORECAST Mason City Cloudy Saturday night and Sunday Turning colder Sunday afternoon Low Saturday night 3035 High Sun day 4045 Iowa Cloudy with little change in temperature night Low Saturday night 3540 Sun day cloudy with occasional rain in the southwest portion turn ing colder inthe northwest por tion Further outlook Low Sunday 2235Cloudy withoc casional snow flurries and colder Monday 2836 Tuesday considerable cloudiness and cold Minnesota Much colder with snow flurries in the northwest por tion Saturday afternoon and night and over the south anc east portions Saturday night arid Sunday Moderately strong and shifting winds Low Saturday night zero to 10 above in the north part 15 to 25 above in the south High Sunday 5 to 15 in the north part 20 to 25 in the south IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather statistics for the 24 hours ending at 8 a m Maximum 38 Minimum 25 At 8 am 30 YEAR AGO Maximum 33 Minimum 27 the postoffice Building here about midnight Friday night Brower said the men had been drinking Cronk of Armstrong was taken o the Veterans hospital in Des Moines fortreatment of an in ury to hisTight eye Brown was arraigned in justice of the peace court Saturday on a charge of assault with intent to do great bodily injury His bond set at was not furnished The sheriff said a preliminary learing will await of Cranks in juries Both men have been employed on a road paving project near here the sheriff said Phantom Panther Moves Back to Des Moines Des Moines piece of raw meat put out overnight to lurea black panther in the Lovington area failed to produce results George Van Oel reported Satur day Two residents of Lovington northwest of the city reported seeing thepanther Friday They were Mrs Joe Finnish and Mar shall Heitkamp Several tracks of the animal measuring 4 inches across were found in the Van Oel driveway said the animal was about 6 feet long overall including its tail Van Oel saidthe chunk of Jmeat he tiedup in a tree oniis proper tyFriday night wasstill there Saturday morning He said sev eral neighbors had recently Deputy sheriffs who investi gated in the Lovington areaFri day said theanimal tracks were identical with the tracks found south of Des Monies near the Warren county line Residents in this section reported seeing a black panther there several weeks MOST ELIGIBLE Iowa City Hyde of Fort Madison has been named the most eligible bachelor on camp us by University of Iowa coeds SAME 507 BlMk Ita IB Injunctions Stop Mass Picketing By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS i The Waterloo and Des Moines JohnDeere plants both posses sors of newly issued injunctions ob yv cloM Acheson Attacks Taft Philosophy Secretary in 1st Defense of Policy Since Elections Washington of state Dean Achesonaimed a barb it Sen Robert A Taft R Ohio Friday night and derided as an isolationist anyone seeking to reexamine the nations foreign lolicy Acheson mentioned no names in m extemporaneous speech before he National Council of Negro Vomen But his sarcastic remarks left no doubt he was admonishing aft who told a news conference VTonday that the scope the method and the character oi American arms aid to Europe ought to be examined by the new Congress Taft said however thai he favors the basic program of arms aid to Europe Not Worthy No nation or group is worthy if leadership if every momenl hey wish to tear up and examine he roots of policies on which the uture of the free world depends Acheson saidl It was Achesons 1st major oreign policy speech since the congressional elections He wasted no time going after republican vinners who although denying ihey are isolationists have de manded reexamination of U S policies We are told there arent any more isolationists Acheson said And we are told its very rude to refer to anybody as an isola tionist and it hurts thefeelings o people to use that phrase since al isolationists are now extinct The species knownas isola tionistsj he said sarcastically ha become just as dead as the dod otthe saber tootheUtigerJsince lowns pubanripunted they woulc be open again Monday The two plants along with S other in Iowaand Il linois have been strikebound since Sept 1 in a contract dispute with the C L 0 United Auto Workers union A temporary injunction issuec at Waterloo Friday limits the un ion to no more than 4 pickets out side any plant entrance They must remain 200 feet from the gate The union is prohibited from threateningharm or reprisal to any plant worker at his home or enroute to and from the Deere plant A similar injunction had been granted a few hours earlier in Des Moines to the John Deere Des Moines works Ask Transfer In Dubuque striking Western Electric company employes askee that a motion by Northwestern Bell Telephone company for an injunction to prevent the strikers from picketing the Bell plant be transferred from Dubuque county district court to the UiS distric1 court District Judge W T Evansset 10 am Monday as the time for a hearing on a motion by the Wa terloo union to dissolve that in junction The Des Moines strikers did not resist the companys ap plication Some fist fights broke out a Waterloo Friday as jeering yell ing pickets moved in a circle around the main plant gate Com pany officials said more worker reported at the plant for work than on Thursday but the union said only 16 reported Thursday and 8 or 9 Friday The plan normally employs aboutt 6000 Work In Des Moines theDeere plant general manager said 146 report ed to work at opening time Friday arid some others came in later But the union said the total w a 20 or 30 petition filed in Dubuque for a change of venue saidthi U S district courts have jurisdic tion inNorthwestern Bells action Thetelephone company petition filed last Saturday in the Dubuqu county district courtvmaintainei that striking members of division 6 Communications Workers Americaare employes of Western Electric company and therefor have no right to set up picket lines at telephone company plants Both Northwestern Bell ap Western Electric are subsidiarie of American Telephone and Tele graph company FULL STORY NOT TOLD Vineland N J a Newcomb hospital said Saturday that Mrs Tcssie Ingenito 23 ha not yet been told the full story of her estranged husbands min der tour placed by a new species the re examinist This new species he said wants to reexamine all our poli cies and all our programs Same Thing That person is sitting in isola tion He is an isolationist Its possible Acheson said that a reexaminist might be a Earmer who goes out every morn ing and pulls up all his crops to see how they have done during the night Or it might be that this kind of a reexaminist is someone who comes down to breakfast in the morning and looks at his wife o at her husband and says Do really love that man or woman How did I ever turn up here with Tier or him Pittsburgh Gets Back Newspapers Pittsburgh Pittsburghers looked almost unbelievingly bu happily at their regular news papers 1st they haveseen in 47 strikebound days All 3 of Pittsburghs the PostGazette SunTelegraph arid into their ac customed routines Resumption of publication was made possible through an agree ment reached early Friday be tween the 3 publishers and offi cers of the nonstriking unions The agreements provided a returr towork and binding arbitration o claims for wages lost during the PROTEST REJECTED New Delhi India munistChina has brusquely re jected a 2nd Indian protest at the military invasion of Tibet an of ficial government spokesman said Friday SLAYER AFTER Ingenito 26yearold Piney HollowN J war veteran who Friday night machine gunned to death 5 of and wounded 4 others has his head held up for a picture in Vineland N J after his capture early Sat urday New Jersey police troopers who captured Ingenito after an automobile chase are Leonard Cunningham left of the Malaga police barracks and Bay Vorberg of the Port Norris barracks E H Birmingham Revenue Collector Dies After Stroke Des Edward Hi 0U S collector of morning Birmingham lifelong resident of Sioux City suffered a stroke at hishotel here NovrS and had beenin a critical condition at the hospital since A democratic precinct captain in Sioux City when hewas just bare ly old enough to vote Birming ham had been active in politics until his appointment in 1941 as collector of internal revenue As democratic state chairman Birmingham headed the organiza tion which swept Iowa into the Roosevelt by 130000votes in the 1936 elections The party also elected two United States senators and 5 of the9 congress men that year Birmingham had assumed the chairmanship of the state central committee in 1935 Rep Lynes Announces Speaker Candidacy Wiiverly Rep W S Lynes 57 RWaverly has an nounced vhis candidacy for the speakership of the the 1951 legislature which convenes Jan 8 Lynes a drainage engineer is the 3rd candidate for the post Reps Fred Schwengel RDaven port and Dewey Goode R previously announced they would likethe job CARDINAL LOSES MEMORY Rome Catholic news agency CLPvsaid Saturday Josef Cardinal Mindszentyhaslosthis memory and muscular control in a iHungarian prison Vatican hadino informar tion to indicate thatthe cardinals condition had deteriorated to that extent CIP has no Vatican con nectionnorofficial status NOTICE Effective AAonday Nov 20the price of the Mason City GlobeGazette delivered by carrier in Mason City and Clear Lake will be 30 CENTS A WEEK Of this increase in price your carrier salesman will receive an appropriate part as added compensation for his work and as an incentive to provide better service Thepresent25 cent weekly price was established in 1946 At that time print paper cost the newspaper consumer per ton Since 1946thiscost hasbeen advanced currently announced priceon paper purchased under contract is per ton repre senting an advances in excess of 60 over 1946 On the open market paper costs considerably more Wages are materially higher than in 1946 and all materials and services used in the production of the newspaper have increased The revision in the price of the delivered newspaper is inescapable 5 Killed 10 Wounded by Berserk Gunmen Dance Floor Off Brawl By ROBERT T LOtJGHRAN Chicafo gunmanshot 4 men women earlySat urday in a backoftheyards saloon brawl set off when a hus band quarreled with the gunman for dancing a little too rough with his wife The gunman captured after he fled the tavern was identifiedas JosephHamirez 21 One of the wounded John Such 45 was taken to Cook county hos pital with serious wounds in the abdomen and right eye The others taken to ErideweU jail hospital were DoUy Barrett 42 Koontz Lake Ind shot in leg Josephine Hol land 51 and her husband Thom as 55 both grazed on the face BoUands brother Martin 42 also grazed and William Kay 21 shot in the hip Tavern a Hess Officers said the brawl tavern abloody mess In the confusion policethought at first that Kay had donethe shooting because he showedup at a police station and to in merely was seeking medicaratten ion for the wound he suffered in the fight Kay said the iight started over an awfuUy siUy Uttle argument Later however they decided to lold Kay lor questioning Police said they had found the victims had rhore wounds than Ramirez sjun could have fired without re Ramirez was overto po lice by a relative after the shoot ing along with his empty 6shot 32 caliber pistol About 10 other patrons 6f the Royal Tap ownedby MrsElizar beth Donoghue were held for questioning The tavern is in the sprawling district behind the Chi cago stockyards Officers were hampered in their investigation because according to Deputy Chief ofDetectives John OMalleyeverybody invol ved had decided for the time being that they didnt see anything un usual happen Itwas a typical backofthe yards squabble and those people are sticking together OMalley said Nobody knows anything They cant imagine how those folks got shot Bartender Disappears Even the bartender didnt know too muchbecause he ducked into the ladies washroom when t he fight started From what OMal ley pieced together however it appeared that a score or more per sons were quietly enjoying the shank of the evening in the sa loon War Veteran Gun on 9 By FRANK OBRIEN Vinelaud N J slim young appliance salesman after hours of questioning Saturday ad mitted he shot to death 5 mem bers of his estranged wifes family and wounded 4 others in a crazed tour of 3 homes Friday night His pleasant face haggard and drawn Irigeh i to told the who had captured him Idid it and I dont want to more about it The oral statementwas made to Troopers Cunningham and Raymond Vorbergwho had seized Ingenito after an automo bile chase down acountry lane jn the scrub pineflatlahds Landis township 4V ahalf hours after the slayings Ingenito ately with murder 1 A few miles away pieced together the story of the horroffiUed moments that brought death to Michael Mazzoli 44 Ingenitol fatherinlaw Mrs Pearl Mazzoli 45Ingenitos motherinlaw John Pioppi 46 uncle of Ingeni tos wife Mrs Theresa Pioppi grandmoth er of Ingenitos wife Marion Pioppi 28 Johns1 wife Wounded were the wife Tessie 23 a 9 year old cous in JeanPioppi Frank Mazzoli 35 Michael Mazzolis brother and Frankswife Hilda 34 Conditions Critical FrankMazzoli and Jean Pioppi underwent emergency operations shortly after being taken toNew comb hospital inVineland All the wounded except Mrs Ingenito were listed incritical condition The shootings occurred less than 20 miles from the scene of another massacre How ard Unruh walked grimly down Camdens River roadr killing U victims Un ruh a war veteran is held inthe state hospital for the insane at Trenton State Police Howard A Carlson said Ingenito heavily armed when captured by two troopers Leonard Cunningham and Raymond Vorberg The two spotted a car answering the description sent out when In genito fled the scene ofthe slay ings The policemen iorced the car to theside of the road and Vor berg held Ingenito at the point of a sub machine gun as he climbed out of thecar In his belt Ingenito had a 35 caliber pistol In the car were a Germantype automatic weapon a 32 caliber pistol and a 32 caliber carbine Police said the automatic had an attachment with extra 1 3 4FINAL 10WO Notrt Dome 113 4 FINAL 11 4 FINAL 1 I I 4 FINAL I 21 FINAL Ohio State Illinois Michigan Northwestern Wisconsin Penn Minnesota Purdue   

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