Mason City Globe Gazette, March 7, 1951

Mason City Globe Gazette

March 07, 1951

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 7, 1951, Mason City, Iowa NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER Edited lor the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH I O W A N S NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL JLVlf ciaUdrriiM and Unikd Press Kuli Louse Wires Kive Cents n Cupyi MASON CITV IOWA WKONIiSDAV MAKClT7 1951 Labor Leaders Come Up With Peace Formula By MARVIN L ARROWSMITH and HAROLD W WARD Washington labor leaders came up today with a formula for solving their squabble with the administra1 tion over the mobilization program but there was no sign so far it would be accepted It appeared likely to figure in a conference with Sen ator Humphrey DAIinn booked with Defense Mobilizer Charles E Wilson to support labors demand for a policy making role in the defense mobilization effort Wilson fresh from a conference with President Truman jagreed to talk over at lunch Humphrey the walkout IIC Premier of Iran Killed jot labors lop men from the pro In ordering those men out last week the United Labor Policy represents most of organized Wil sons handling of mobilization and charged the program was dominat ed by big business i Conditions The ULPC meanwhile laid Tehran Iran Americanj down these conditions for its supported Premier Ali Razmara I further participation in the pro was shot to death Wednesday in gram A new board to handle la a Tehran mosque The governbor disputes as well as wage pol nient of this politically turbulenticy relaxation of the 10 per cen neighbor of Russia immediately ceiling on wages tying the ceiling irmpfi nf to Thp rnst Af livincr rithor By ROBERT B HEWETT gram This Paper Consists of Two One Allies Start General Offense on 55Mile Front Reds Hit Back AP WiniliiM WHERE BODY OF READ BOY WAS of a 19hour search the body of Darrell Read son of the Harold Reads of near Gladbrook in Tama coun ty was found Tuesday under the ice at the edge of Union Grove lake across from the Read house Persons are standing near where the body was found placed the armed forces ol the nation on the alert to the cost of living Other differ iences would be worked out later Western sources in London exWilson discussed the situation pressed fear that the assassination iwlth MrTruman at Key West might increase the political Tuesday and said afterward moil in the oilladen but imneithcr ne nor the president knew poverished country which j along a critical flank of western iwts shouting by labor defenses against communism Gunman Seized Apparently the people took I news calmly The gunman who pumped Wilson also declared at Mr Tru mans vacation headquarters that I neither had the slightest idea organized labor might come k into the fold Mr Truman 4land he are in general agreement shots into the 50yearold premierjWilson added that nothing and as he entered a bazaar districtnobody mustinterfere with the mosque was seized quickly Hejmobilization program a communique Tne presldenfs only interest was identified in only as a certain man1 An son said is to get production a member of a small fanatical ligious sect objective was the main subject of The cabinet went into emergentheir discussion Wilson added cy session Shah Mohamed Pahlevi quickly culled in his advisers and named Send Delegation The labor committee sent a del egation to confer with Economic 0yearold Khalil Direct0r Eric Johns acting premier Fahim who has ton Tuesday and it will meet beenminister without portfolio again xhursdav on wavs to mend Sees Tactical Use of Atom Bomb Probable By DEWITT MACKENZIE AP Foreign Affairs Analyst Jim Kennedy Opposed to Potato Plan DCS Moincs Ken under Razmara is a veteran po litical figure All sources agreed the commu nists were not involved in the as sassination Although the 50yearold Raz mara came to power with Amer ican support he had become in ain Thursday on ways to mend the seemingly hopeless break Elsewhere on the mobilization stage 1 The government stopped all new buying of tin for its defense stockpile until in the words of General Services Administrator Jess Larson the price of tin crcasingly conciliatory to the reaches a reasonable level That Soviet Union Irans northern action had been urged by a senate neighbor j armed services subcommittee over The police refused to identifyjtne weekend It said tin prices had the assassin or his affiliations buYsotlred 350 per cent during th his action was generally regarded Korean war blaming gouging as another Ilareup in internal mine owners and speculators tics One source said political en Trie office of price stabiliza cmies feared Razmara was aiminsition amended its new price curb to take such dictatorial steps ason cotton clearing the way for re dissolving parliament which of the cotton trading mar increasingly opposed his Thursday They had been I closed down since the blanke i price freeze on Jan 26 Disagreement Wilson evidently did nothing t ayam Islam but could give the breach with labor on hi son why the group should havelFlorida triPDeclaring at a new struck at this time conference that allocation of man Razmara however has becniPOwer was the biggest point of dis pushing a U Surged program olflgreemnthe sald ll must be con widespread reforms unpopular with the countrys wealthy rulin Fanatical One informed source said the assassins were members of a fan atical religious seel called Fad minority and has opposed widely supported demands for national ization of the huge Britishcon trolled by a neutral body having no obligation to any single seg ment of our economy The ULPC immediately de nounced as shockingly untrue trolled AngloIranian oil company what it called an implication i The premier had been under inwanted a hand in such questions creasing fire in the parliament reus lne division of manpower be cently because of the countrystween defense industries and the economic clifliculties and becausciarrncc lorces n promised S2500000 loan The whole dispute is under in Ihe U S government cxportimvcstiastion by a senate labor sub port bank had failed to malcrialicommittce which Senator Humph rcy heads lets not be too finicky about the methods we use in defense so long as we stay within the laws of civilized warfare whatever that Lt Gen Matthew B Ridgway commander of the U S 8th army in Korea remarked the other day while touring the battle zone We have only one Chinese and save ourselves That sounds it is tough But its the essence of every commanders task Probably General Ridgway would be glad to be able to substitute the expression put out of action for kill But he fact remains that war involves tilling and its either you or the other fellow Many Shocked A lot of folk are shocked at hat even though they may ap jrove of such assignments as the mission That brings us up to the killing weapon man has he atomic bomb Many are the ros and cons used in argument ver the extent to which this des tructive instrument should be used Is the wiping out of whole cities with their populations jus tifiable in defensive war One of the finest military anal yses Ive seen on this subject comes not from a soldier but from a Vannevar Bush president of the Carnegie Insti tute of Washington He was di rector of the office of scientific research and development during the war This office organized he labors that produced the atom ic bomb Combined Defense The scientists thesis was that another world war could be pre vented through maintenance of strong ground defenses by the western world coupled with the development of the atomic bomb Said he If Russia sent its armies roll ing across the German plains tomorrow we with our Abombs and the planes to carry them would destroy Russia We could do it without question as matters stand today The answer to this is that the armies would not roll However Dr Bush pointed out that we cant depend indefinitely on strategic bombing as sole means of preventing Russian ag Girl Leaps From Train She Lives Yuma Ariz UR Fouryear old Linda Oliva who obeyed hei mothers order to jump from a moving train confidently awaitec her mothers return Wednesday But her mother identified as Mrs Irish Houston Oliva of Los Angeles was dead She leaped to her death from a Southern Pacific streamliner seconds after she ordered her ravenhaired daughter to jump Linda was found sprawled alongside the roadbed 600 feet mothers body The not injured seriously The text for Wednesday is If we are forced into war ncdy of Clear Lake Iowas repre sentative on the North Central State Potato Marketing Agreement committee says he is opposed to the agreement Kennedy and two potato farm ers from Minnesota pledged sup port Tuesday to H L McKinlcy prominent St Ansgar la potato farmer who has been charged in a government civil suit with vio lation of the agreement Kennedy Joe Boc manager of the Hollandalc Minn Marketing association and Frank A Ward of Hollandale president of the Southern Minnesota Potato Grow ers association met here with Mc Kinley All 3 told newsmen they wen McKinley in his fight and would lend him any assistance they could The southern Minne sota group has voted to give Mc Kinley all possible support A hearing has been scheduled at Waterloo Monday on a request by the government for an in junction preventing McKinley from selling potatoes that have not been inspected by the government under marketing order No 60 Kennedy said he spoke in sup port of McKinley as an individual and not as a representative of the Iowa Vegetable Growers associ ation He added however he felt sure he spoke for the majority Rally at Garner in McKinley Support her was from child but was taken to Yuma Genera hospital Wednesday Linda lay listlessly on her hospital bed and resisted No Victor in Korea MacArthur By LEIF URICKSON Suwon Korea Genera gression We must have strong ground forces in Europe to hold jack an attacking army while we strike in other ways There we have it seems to me the perfect example of legitimate use of the atomic bomb Obvi ously if our atomic power should 36 challenged by an aggressor it night mean death and destruction for the enemy i Potato growers of North Iowa allattempts by nurses to make and southern Minnesota will meet friends with her She refused to Friday at Garner to consider MacArthur said in effect Wednes day that no one can win the wa under present conditions On a flying visit to the front th allied commander warned how ever that the communists appeal to be massing their forces for mighty new spring offensive But MacArthur said in a rnent that the Chinese reds have no more than an almost hopelesi chance of ultimate victory Not Hopeful He was no more hopeful of al lied chances for victory As the war is being fought now MacArthur said the battlelines cannot fail in time to reach a point of theoretical military stale mate After the front reaches a stale mate MacArthur added our further advances would militarily Benefit the enemy more than 11 would ourselves Even during a stalemate the battlefront would not be com pletely static the general said He explained it would fluctuate dc Dcnding upon the shifting forces jy both sides Unexplained MacArlhur predicted the stale nate under these conditions which le said now prevail 1 No diminution of the enemys low of ground forces and material to the Korean battle area 2 No major additions to oui organizational strength 3 A continuation of the exist ing limitations upon our freedom of counteroffensive action He did not explain the 3rd point Great Britain has opposed any re newal of the drive across the bor der into North Korea Allied planes do not bomb communist bases in China JECK CONFIRMED Washington h e senate Tuesday confirmed G G Jeck of Atlantic as collector of internal revenue in Iowa Weather Report FORECAST mated only when the door to her room was opened Then her eyes would light up H L the proposed support of McKinley prominent St eagerly and she would half sit up agreement Ansgar potato grower in his chal lenge of the 1950 potato market peering at the persons who enter ed When she saw it was not her mother she slumped down to her pillow once more Its nurses a shame sairi Shes one of the a beautiful girl We havent told her that her mother is dead We just dont have the heart j Linda refused to eat and turned her head at all offers of food My mommy will be here soon to take me home the darkeyed girl said Shell give me my din The meeting will convene at 10 a m in the district court room in Garner It has been called by E A Hansen Sioux Rapids presi dent of the Iowa Vegetable Grow ers association and James R Ken nedy Floyd County Man Appeals Court Action Des Moiiies appealed to the court Wednesday Clifford Daley Iowa supreme from a ruling Mason City Increasing cloudi ness Wednesday night Thursday with occasional light Low Wednesday nigh matter Auto Dealers Get Price Rise Washington But Diets n o t be over finicky crot government permission Wed nesday to raise the retail prices of n e w cars in order to offset about that Foster Blooms in Mason City This Weekend his property by improvements on county road 65 in August 1950 Daley originally sued the Floyd county board of supervisors for dealers His petition was dismissed by District Judge Turn Boynton Later he filed a substitute case to which he attached a claim of higher prices charged by the manjooo asainst the county The appeal ufacturers An order cloudy snow 15 to 20 High Thursday 3035 fowa Cloudy occasional ligh snow near the northern bordei Wednesday night Not quite so cold northwest half Wednesdaj night Thursday cloudy occa sional snow north light rain south portion Low Wednesday night 15 to 20 north 25 to 30 south High Thursday 25 to 30 north 32 to 40 south North easterly winds 1520 MPH Thursday Further outlook Clearing Friday Turning some what colder Morning lows ranging from 15 to 20 Friday with afternoon highs of 25 to and not so light snow Wednesday night Thursday cloudy with occasional central and south portions Low Wednesday night 05 below ex treme north to 510 above south High Thursday 5JO above north 1522 above south IN MASON CITY Globe Gazette weather statis WALTER DUNHAM Influenced Dunham Says Friends Tried to Use Him RFC Director Denies Loan Plot By MILTON G KELLY Washington Director Walter L Dunham testified Wed nesday he believes luding men in whom the white louse seemed to repose lave sought to use me but de nied he has ever let anyone in fluence him on huge government loans Dunham was before a senate banking subcommittee which has charged that he and some other SFC directors have yielded to in fluence It heard him in private because of Dunhams plea he has a bad leart and should not be cross examined in public Newsmen were given copies of a statement Dunham made Dunham in the statement did not specifically name persons he aid he believes sought to use lim but mentioned a social group which he said included White louse Aide Donald Dawson And he specifically exempted Daw on from his accusation Since coming to Washington Dunhams statement said I am jositive no one has succeeded in xerting any improper influence upon my decision on any RFC from the office of taken on the original actionjtics for the 24 hours jpricc stabilization authorized them I to pass on to their customers thcj xact dollarsandcents amount of London Ballerina BALLERINA ILL m March 7 j Maximum I now feel however that some of the gentlemen with whom I became associatedl sought to use me Artillery Air Support Is Strong Enemy Resistance Reported Bitter By OLEN CLEMENTS Tokyo forces at tacked on a 55mile front be hind a thunderous artillery barrage in Korea Wednesday but thousands of reds smashed back on the eastern end of the battleline Elements of all 3 corps in the U S 8th army pushed off in clear crisp weather in a general assault Taking part were 6 American and Repub lic of Korea divisions and smaller allied units Scarcely had the push started with crossings of the Han river east of Seoul than two Korean red corps with an estimated strength of 13500 coun terattacked on the eastern flank of the mountainous battlefront Checkmated AP Correspondent Tom Stone reported the sudden appearance of the massing reds all but check mated a U S 7th division attack that started earlier in the day An ROK battalion was unreported at nightfall ROK troops on the American divisions right Hank were forced to withdraw 1 to 3 miles Red resistance was bitter else where on the central and west central fronts On the western end of the at tack line a battalion of the fa mous 27th Wolfhound regiment of the U S 25th division surged across the twisting Han iff boats i 3 Waves The Wolfhounds hit the red side of the stream in 3 waves Other American elements surged across on the left and right Opposition during the 1st hour was light But then the reds opened with mor tars machineguns and artillery East of the crossing points the U S 1st marine division 4 Amer ican infantry divisions and their attached allied elements pushed off The U S 24th division on the Wolfhound right flank took one Till but encountered stiff Chinese opposition on two others And on the 24ths right flank British troops ran into dug in reds north of the lateral YongduHoengsong road AP Correspondent William C Barnard reported The thunder of artillery was constant all along the front backing up the attack Planes were swooping down on the battle line from early morning Allied big guns on the western front pounded the Chinese reds east of Seoul with 50000 rounds Shortly before the assault boats shoved off 148 artillery pieces poured 7000 rounds in the reds in 20 minutes A field dispatch said the bar Senate Okays 4 MillionMan Forces Limit Washington senate approved a 4000000man limit for the armed forces Wednesday The limitation accepted on a 49 to 41 vote came after spon sors of the universal military service and training bill under consideration had first opposed rage stunned the Chinese on the my restrictions on the size north bank of the river and added MO VI1 ill V 11 vutiik t A uuu aUU Originally Senator Morse Rtnat they began surrendering in with powerful republican j groups jacking sought to place a 3500 U S 10th corps headquarters any increase made by a manufac turer under a March 2 order which Mason City retailers Wednesday ialiowed ason y ear y nnounced the opening of faster season The citywide pro j motion is scheduled for Thursday Friday and Saturday with the slogan Easter Blooms in Mason City The more than 60 stores partici jpating arc decorating with potted blooming plants which arc to be manufacturers per cent to raise Moira Shearer star in the Sadi Minimum At 8 a m 00 manpower ceiling upon the combined army navy air force md marines Senator McMahon DConn ending at 8 moved to make it 5000000 but the senate rejected that 56 to 32 25 i Senator Robertson DVa 2 Ithen offered the 4000000 figures reported the marines in the mid section ofthe central front had advanced more than a mile along ridges paralleling the road north of Hoengsong A P Correspont John Randolph said the marines 5 miles north of Hoengsong were attacking crests lers Welis ballet and Tho Red Shoes Wednesday for appendicitis i in the movicjYear Ago YIS operated Maximum Minimum Quadruple Bob Smith Gets Proposals By FRAJSK TRAGLE sis and it was approved f 1000feetabove the valley floor I wo senate committees aJso apHe said the dugin Chinese were proved in principle the sending of j fighting a savage rearguard action American ground troops to Europe The battle was fought over the north Atlantic treaty lhardpacked snow remaining from a 6inch snowfall Tuesday Visits Front General MacArthur visited the front shortly after the push began The attack line ran from several Hanriver crossing points east of Seoul to an area north of Pangnim some 55 miles to the east Only on the extreme eastern Itjjven to customers registcrin l omun jusi out on Inc arc Thcv i 11 Tl p i fsome oo miles 10 me east required tbe present They will of North Korea l antl stv lo total S100000 The outset There powerful Korean red be notified ts a future peopled with pretty froze rlst vlVin The irmv flewT came Legion a silk mill and a radio Attacks forced South Korean j The promotion is intended who have written rom all over cabinet maker have offered him ttjnj nf mil muff In nrnr fi llr mumf hiH tfl HiuS His nrotnrr Vine Vwnn f AP wirfphoto NOELS HACK FROM Frank Noel wife nf the Assodatcd Press photographer held by Chi nese communists holds their pet doer Teufel in New York Tuesday nirht when the Gorman Schnauzer was brought back from Tokyo The doir was brought back by Associ ated Press Ncwsphoto Editor Rill Achatx return ing from jissifrnmenf in Tokyo Mrs Nod now resides in Albany N Y ate in Dorcmbcr thousands of dollars of newsprinRimntially with SlpOOOO trust fund Sincc then l W01iri of ffndly merchandise which is being offmr armed by thought of people have come o hui pcr fcrcd Windows arc being specially j with his brother jlittlc business of his own wilhison or by letter medical cenicr And Hob a thin Me hasnt had his stoplIiook mrchanical hands long and his artificial legs arc ypl to conic But Boh was eager to demon decorated throughout the citv ohi Perhaps best of all 20year iblackhaired iov has travelln far what he ran do for him Jl f t 11 111 IFntf i1 n the theme of Fastcr Blooms old Bob Smith of Middleburc Included are all types of rnorch a ra ronfidrnllv look for andisc it was emphasized and ward o cloins for himself al not only wearables for the Easter most nil the things people with parade their own hands and feet can This issue of the GlobcGazettcj do And very important for is intended to give readers a prci future is something the hell on the roail lnuk to the world of splf1Ie took a cigarcl from a normal ponplo Pack put it in his lips ae Mixtd in with the thousands fmted a light tapped the ashes of letters post cards and in a tray and stumped the grams addrissrd to him he disi smoked eigaret out He is eon shyly in an interview were i lew proposals Some of vinced he will he able to do almost anything later Im sure jobs His brother Howard has been released from he Koj be with Bob and his widowed mother Bob is thinking I of some kind of small business with his brother as a partner His natural cheerfulness has al ready put the horror of what he endured far behind him It is the future rich with the care and re habilitation his nation assures him and brightened by his own good pirits to which Bob Smith quad i 1 p in i HJ WI HUH UUU Ol III 11 view of the springtime opening i cold of Korea did not take from thc girls included photographs I Ill he able to handle a deer ruplc amputee has turned SAME DATE Black flag means traffic death m 21 hours ;

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