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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 16, 1951, Mason City, Iowa                                Daily Newspaper M CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TNI MIWSPAPIt TNAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANS NlltfNIOftS HOME EDITION tut fnm Full LMM Wtew MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JUNE Iff Contliti ol Two Ill Reds Move Big Force Into No Mans Land Mr EAKNEST HOBEBECHT UR The communists started moving men and truck into a wide no mans land on th Korean front Saturday seeking t form a new defense line and per ihaps to start organizing a 3r spring offensive United Press Corresponden William Burson reported that column of 75 red vehicles move into Pyongyang apex of the shat tered communist iron triangle on the central front which allied patrols had entered and left A second dispatch reported large group of communists movin wuthwestward toward the allied lines on the western front above the Imjin river Seek Enemy United Nations infantry and tank patrols still probed ahead o their main lines seeking contac with the main body of the enemy They met stubborn resistance bj ted delaying forces apparently trying to hold positions while i new communist 01 potentially offensive was beini formed Along the front as a whole the great allied offensive had grounc to almost a halt UN planes Friday night and Saturday raked more than 500 enemy trucks laden with men and equipment moving to ware Pyongyang the North Korean capital and main communist as sembly point in northwest Korea Link Up UN airmen also struck at red forces retreating from the west central front They too were headed toward the Pyongyang area with their pack trains pre sumably to link up with the fresh reserves for the next phase of the war The UN offensive appeared to have ground to a halt all across Korea For the first time in recen weeks the 8th armys evening communique reported no alliec advances only patrol activity The 8th army apparently was digging in at some points 20 to 25 miles north of the 38th parallel to await fresh supplies and am munition before lunging north in force again Lt Gen James A Van Fleet commander of the 8th army in dicated that the enemy may strike first Expects 3rd Round He told newsmen during a bat tlefront tour Friday that a 3rd round Chinese offensive is ex pected in the foreseeable future The Pyongyangbound com munist convoys were the first ob served moving southfrom Man churia since the reds launched the abortive second round of their of fensive a month ago An 8th army spokesman said the Chinese reds were putting up a bitter delaying fight against a twopronged allied advance on Kumsong UN columns pushing up the KumhwaKumsong and Hwachon Kumsong highways were believed less than 9 miles from the key junction city but it was tough go ing all the way 2 KILLED 8 INJURED Osceola men were killed and 8 other persons 5 of them children were injured in the headon collision of two cars near here Friday night RENT CONTROLS OFF Washington Ex pediter Tighe E Woods announced Saturday that federal rent con trols will end Monday in Moline 111 WHERE REDS STRIKE BACK IN KOREATheircom munistsfought back and even counterattacked in Kum area Saturday Northwest of Yanggu B the reds rained round after round of mortar fire on allied units In other sectors of the Korean front the reds were in retreat U S Considers Price Cuts on More Items Washington Stabilil zer Michael V DiSalle said Frida night that the beef price rollback vill stick and the government i considering similar cuts on othe commodities DiSalle did not disclose wha other items he had in mind Bu told a congressional committe he new rollbacks would be t 1950 price levels However DiSalle assured th ienatehouse watchdog commit ee on defense production tha nothing further is planned in th vay of beef price cuts beyond th due to go into effec Aug 1 and Oct 1 DiSalle and Secretary of Agri culture Brannan told the commit ee the beef rollbacks are neces ary to help stabilize consume prices and that the meat industrj an operate under the control irofitably without black mar ets or consumer rationing Dime a Pound The beef industry is now unde 10 per cent cut in livestock irices and dollars and cents ceil ngs at retail and wholesale levels further 4J per cent livestock rice cuts are due along with a early dimeapound slash lUtcher shop prices in had Beef industry spokesmen rgued to the committee las Vednesday that the control curtail production lead to black markets ationing and consumer All About The WEATHER Mason City Partly cloudy Satur day night and Sunday Cooler Sunday Low Saturday night near 54 High Sunday near 70 Iowa Partly cloudy Saturday night and Sunday withscat tered thundershowers Saturdaj night and in south and east por tions Sunday Somewhat cooler Sunday Low Saturday night 55 to 60 northwest 60 to 65 south east High Sunday 72 to 78 Winds Sunday becoming north west 20 m p h Further out look partly cloudy north and cloudy with scattered showers Monday Little change in tem perature Tuesday cloudy and warmer Minnesota Partly cloudy Satur day night with scattered thun dershowers south and east Cooler northwest Sunday generally fair somewhat cooler south and east Low Sautrday night 45 northwest 5560 south east High Sunday 7075 GlobeGazette weather data for J4 hours ending at 8 a m Satur day June 16 Maximum 72 Minimum 60 At 8 a m 63 Precipitation 15 TEAR AGO Maximum 83 Minimum 64 DiSalle predicted sufficient cat e will reach market as soonas attlemen are convinced the con ols are here to stay He said fail ure of congress to renew contro authority quickly had contrib uted to the industrys uncertain ty Livestock marketing has been approaching normal within the past few days DiSalle said He added that his agency has a better check on livestock slaughtering than did the wartime OP A and ir that way can prevent illegal mea sales Skeptical Senators Capehart RInd and Ives RN Y were skeptical about this Ives told DiSalle he might be interested to know thai were having cattle rustling in New York state We wouldnt have issued these regulations if we didnt think we could enforce them DiSalle said And as far as rationing is con cerned I see no need for it in the foreseeable future There havent been any cattle vanishing Its been an ordinary human reaction Certainly if I had some cattle Id be holding them to see which way the wind would Secretary Brannan argued against one of the industrys main controls would result in a diminishing meat sup by reducing the incentive to produce livestock Brannan pointed out that cattle now are selling at S3 or more a hundredweight than a year ago and the prices then contained suf icient incentive for cattle men to xost cattle population by more han 4000000 animals He said it ooked like there also will be in creased production this under price controls Brannan was asked if the two ndditional scheduled rollbacks in ivestock prices should be allowed o go into effect on top of the 10 per cent rollbacks already made On the basis of the informa tion before us I favor the addi tional rollbacks Brannan said Encouraging News From Ranch Letter Washinfton UR Price Con troller Michael V DiSalle doesnt get many encouraging letters from cattlemen So Friday night was an oc casion He interrupted his testi mony before the joint congres sional watchdog committee to read a letter he got from Rancher Jack Brogan of Keystone Nebr The letter said Dear Sir I am writing this letter be cause I feel that you ought to have at least one word of en couragement from a stockman There are probably better ways of controlling inflation than price controls butat this late date I believe they are the only thing left I am afraid with the unco operative attitude of the farmers and ranchers that it will be hard to enforce but I sincerely hope that for the good of the country you are successful My father and I in partner ship run about 340 cows Wesell ome of the calves at 400 pounds some at 700 and some we keep asreplacements you can see we probably lost some money have from he rollback We are glad to con xibute it to the good of na tion Outside of the capital invest ment production costs have risen very little on our ranch in the ast two years Yours Truly Jack Brogan I dont know Mr Brogan said DiSalle folding the letter carefully but hes a young man of foresight KDLLED BY TRACTOR Council Bluffs old Darrell Lee Malone son of Mr and Mrs Everett Malone was crushed and killed Friday when a ractor he was driving rolled over on him Iran Gives Britain 48 Hours to Reply Ask Turnover of All Oil Profits Tehran Iran Min ister Mohammed Mossadegh Sa urday promised the British an ad ditional 48 hours in which to repl to Iranian demands that all Britis oil profits here be turned over t Iran The promise came as somewha a surprise since Iranian nego tiators had been insisting on definite yes or no answer by Sun day morning U S Ambassado Henry F Grady had described th situation as crucial before Premie Mossadegh acted The was granted upon Gradys per sonal intercession He appealed t Mossadegh not to wreck the con ference by holding to the Sunda ultimatum Accepted The premier sent back word tha he appreciated Gradys neutra position in the critical dispute an vould accept his recommendation Up to then it had appeared th conferences on the future of th billiondollar AngloIranian O company might befor they got started Kazem undersecretar of the finance ministry and member of the oil negotiatin committee told reporters Frida night we demand a definite an swer yes or no on Sunday morn ng to our requirement that th A I O C negotiating team in struct the company to pay us it profits from its oil sale Hassibi declared that unless th British agree to the condition here will be no further talks an he negotiators might as well gc home He added that the delay in th alks from last Thursday unti Sunday is giving the Briton enough time and that the ranian delegation cannot wai any longer Sees Chaos Commenting on the Iranian ulti matum Grady said I dont see vhy there is need for this grea hurry He warned that a break down in negotiations at this poin could lead to chaos The American envoy has dopted the role of mediator in the ispute Iran demands as a condition or continuing the the illiondollar AIOC turn over 5 cer cent of its profits and de iosit the other 25 per cent from to meet its ultimate claims or compensation Reflecting the toughened Iran an attitude a crowd of 10000 emonstrators massed in Parlia ment square Friday They de manded final eviction of the LIOC and urged Premier Mossa egh to complete his oil national zation program Many of the demonstrators were members of Mossadeghs nationa ront which has long crusaded for more oil profits to better the loi f Irans millions of poor Goose Hatches Young Kittens on Charles City Nest Charles City 8 Darwins heory of evolution took a nasty olt here Friday at first glance nyway Mrs John Pagel a farm wife oked into a gooses nest to find s expected about a dozen eggs ot so expected were 3 twoweek d kittens also being hatched1 y the goose A highlyembarrassed mother at couldnt get to first base in er efforts to get the kittens away the goose Mrs Pagelsaid The kittens were finally taken way from the protesting goose their mother could feed them hen the sulking goose refused to o back to her nest She returned to her own off iring this morning but still kept n eye on the kittens Delovan Man Who Drove Death Cor Says He Was Blinded by Headlights The Delavan Minn man who drove the car in which another nan drowned after it careened nto a quarry north of Mason City night told police Friday fternoon that he had been blinded y another cars headlights caus ng him to Ipse control and swerve ff the road After leaving Park hospital vhere he was treated7for shock Kenneth Weir 23 was questioned t the police station by Chief Leo Ulstot Curtis Velta 44 also of Delavan drowned in the accident Veir was released after question ng and left for Delavan Allstot said Saturday that Weir dmitted he and Velta had been rinking before the accident No lood test was taken however be ause a physician said Weir did ot appear to be drunk when he arrived at Park hospital The new chief of police said Weir told him that after being blinded by the headlights some thing frightened him and he jammed on the brakes Police who examined the 1936 Ford said the front left wheel was locked and the right was partially locked The car Allstot related did not have a speedometer but Weir said he believed they were traveling between 30 and 40 miles per hour Tire skid marks stretched 60 feet from the point the car left the road to the quarry drop off Police found a whisky bottle in the car which was almost empty Weir told police he and his com panion had stopped for a sand wich and a drink about 25 miles from Mason City j Shipping Strike Halts Major Port Operations Airline Wage Talks Reach Critical Stage By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A stoppage of salt water shipping set in Saturday on the nations 3 major seaboards Otherwise the strike pic ture showed only a few local work stalemates because of labor disputes One major airline was picketed although operations went on as usual The token pickets let air travelers know that MAYOR MEETS ARTHUR Antonio Mayor Jack White has a few words with Arthur MacArthur left on the speakers stand before introducing the boys father Gen Douglas MacArthur From the ex pressions the mayors remarks are humorous Behind Arthur is Gen Jonathan Wainwright M MacArthur Is Running Senator Insists General May Testify Again Washington UR Rober Kerr DOkla said Saturday hat Gen Douglas MacArthurs peaking tour in Texas means the enerals gold braided cap is in he presidential ring to stay The Mackado rides again vas Kerrs description of MacAr aurs current Texas swing and his onsistent criticism of administra ion foreign policy If MacArthur is not trying to ide into the white house theres lot a steer in Texas Kerr told a eporter House Counted Despite MacArthurs twicere terated statement that he will no a candidate for public office epublicans and democrats aliki re virtually counting the house t each stop he makes in They regard the trip as a bell yether to test the generals po itical appeal Upon arrival in Dallas Frida light MacArthur brushed aside a ewsmans query as to whether he vould accept an invitation to re urn to Washington for rebutta stimony before the senate com mittee investigating his dismissal Havent seen it MacArthur aid Committee Chairman Richarc Russell announcec te Friday that MacArthur would e given an opportunity to reply testimony of the joint chiefs of taff and other administration of cials Several republican senators ave demanded a reappearance by acArthur In Recess Committee members hoped to ind up the inquiry within the ext two weeks The hearing was ecessed until Monday after for icr Defense Secretary Louis ohnson concluded his testimony riday W Averell Harriman presiden al foreign policy adviser hac een tentatively scheduled to be henext witness but the commit e postponed his appearance in ayor of studying a subcommittees ecommendations for future wit esses and the order of their ap earance There appeared to be general greement with the recommenda ons of 7 senior members of the acArthur investigating commit e that the inquiry be finished uickly by limiting future wit esses to between 6 and 10 di ded equally between administra on supporters and opponents of dministration policy 3 Crewmen Die on U S Minesweeper Sasebo Japan United tales Minesweeper Thompson nchorcd off Sasebo Saturday with dead crewmen aboard after n tier shiptoshore battery ex lange with communist guns off orea Three others were wound d The men killed were Chief uartermaster Willis Devon rogg of Elkhart Ind Boilerman ihn Dreith of Lincoln Nebr and eaman Jose Gallcgos of Canu lo Tex Asks End to Present U S Policy Trend By TIM PARKER Dallas OF General Dougla MacArthur finishes his Texas cam paign Saturday convinced th people now will demand an en o what he calls a U S policy o appeasement If his ouster by President Tru man is a factor declares the de posed UN commander then would be thankful indeed Still stepping briskly after run ning a small army of newsmen ragged across the far reaches o Texas the 71yearold commander makes his final address Saturda at nearby Fort Worth In Dallas Friday he drew th nost boisterous crowd of his 4 day tour And in Dallas 76000 seat Cotton Bowl stadium Fridaj only 27500 seats filled was interrupted 18 times b applause Enthusiasm For the first time in the tour an unruly crowd broke through hinlyspaced police to surrounc and almost engulf his open con vertible The scene in front of the Adolphus hotel at Dallas hac ome of the unrestrained en husiasm of his public appearances after his return from Korea At the immense Cotton Bow tadium later his voice echoing against the chasm of many empty eats the Pacific war hero was urged by his listeners to pour i on Other listeners let go with he southerners typical rebel yell He said the reception given him offers assurance the people wil orce into effect his program of iringing the Korean war to a prompt and victorious end Method an Issue He said all men of good con cience want peace and added The method alone is in issue Some with me would achieve peace through a prompt and de isive victory at a saving of hu man life others through appease ment and compromise of moral arinciple with less regard for hu man life I have no slightest doubt as to vhich viewpoint will ultimately revail The forceful expression of he peoples will has made that uite clear MacArthur gave further evidence f his belief that public opinion is urning against the administra ion when he said The people fearing a betrayal f those moral standards and ethi al principles which carried our ation to true greatness are now sserting their constitutional pow rs and responsibilities and mak ng clear their determination in he future themselves to rule DAYLIGHT TIME REJECTED Dubuque The Dubuque ty council has rejected a petition or inauguration of daylight sav ig time here SAME Black flag means traffic death in last 21 hours Fear Fire Death Toll Will Mount Montreal The death to from the disastrous fire whic gutted an orphanage and home fo the aged rose Saturday to 32 an firemen said it was feared th figure might reach 50 Searchers continued to brin bodies from the ruins of the bom St Cunegondes hospice whic went up in flames Friday A morgue attendant said earl Saturday that 32 charred bodie have been carried from the rub ble of the 75 year old stone an frame building where some 40 old people and children lived On searcher said it was believed 1 persons were still missing About a dozen of the aged wer with United Air Lines are considered in a crit ical stage by the AFL Air Line Pilots association The maritime strike got under way at midnight Friday night with expiration of work contracts be tweenshippers and 3 National Maritime union the American Radio association CIO and the National Marine Engineers Beneficial association Only ARA officials at San Francisco spoke frankly of a strike Joseph Curran NMU president and NMEBA officers said merely that their members dont sail ships without Contracts Military Only That forboded stalled sailings of practically all vessels except those bearing essential military cargo because members of the 3 unions fill necessary crew posts in vir tually all ships Negotiations in the shipping blind and many were cripples of the childre Coroner August Clement said ar inquest would be held Saturday Bodies recovered during th night were kept at the scene o the blaze In the overcrowdei morgue 25 bodies were laid out The bodies of two nuns Mothe Superior Eita Gervais 52 anc Sfster CKauvirifeorwere taken to he Mother House of the Gre tfuns who ran the hospice The fire broke out about noon Friday in the Roman Catholic hos pice The Rev Father P M Seguin chaplain of the hospice said it was apparently started accidentally in a tinderdry eleva or shaft One report said a blow torch being used to install a new elevator fell into the shaft Heavy Truck3 Autos in Collision Council Bluffs acci dent involving 3 automobiles and a heavy truck killed an Iowa woman Friday night and hospital zed 5 other persons Killed was Marilyn Ibsen 21 Atlantic injured were Jerry ynch 21 Atlantic Mr and Mrs Dale McDermott Atlantic Mrs Bert Shidler Des Moines and William Porter Vinton Sheriff Gaylord Stuelke said Vliss Ibsen and the McDermotts vere riding in the car driven by ynch He said the car veered into the heavy truck driven by Porter i highway 6 east of here The impact he said tore the hassis from beneath the Lynch ar and threw it into the ditch But the body of the car hurtled orward striking the car in which tie Shidlers were riding then liding into a 3rd car labor disputes appeared unlikely to resume before Air terminals at Chicago Denver and Los Angeles were theracenes of picketing on behalf of some 900 AFL union pilots Their placards and arm bands proclaimed that UAL pilots are trying to avoid a strike The air line is one of several major air carriers now negotiating with ALpAi on wages work ngs conditions Flights Delayed A strike of 500 mechanics and ground service employes early Sat urday at New York Citys Inter national airport delayed trips Ho Europe for about 250 passengers of Pan American World Airways The ground workers member of theCIO Transport Workers union left their jobs in protestVbf he dismissal of 89 mechanicsin shift of the companys heavy maintenance work to Miami Flat One flight to Europe was can celled SaturdaySix flights afi ected Friday got under way lati after supervisory employes took over the ground chores A walkout Friday night of 620 United Rubber Workers unionists hut down the Lincoln Nebri slant of the Goodyear Tire and lubber Co Breakdown of contract negotiations was blamed Sports Bulletin Birmingham Mich British Open Champion Bobby Locke the halfway leader a 3rd round 74 to move into 54hoIe tie with Jimmy De maret for the lead in the 51st national Opcr golf tourney Sat urday With one round left Dctnaret and Locke bad par 218s T NEW CHIEFMayor Howard Chief Leo Allstot as the latter takes over his new duties at the police department Allstot became chief Friday aft ernoon when Harold Wolfe left to become a state liquor commissioner   

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