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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 5, 1951, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowot Doily Newspaper lor th N CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI TNAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANS NEI6HIORS HOME EDITION VOL LVH frtu United JTull LCIK Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JULY 5 Thli of Two Btctlon Truman Foresees a Day Hike in Living Cost By JOHN CHADWICK Washington The Truman administration Thursda hit at the economic controls law pending in congress as like ly to mean increase in living costs for every Amer ican family Eric Johnston economic stabilization director made tha estimate of it and said President Truman has agreed tha all elements of the administration should engage in a cam paign of speeches and appeals to inform the public on the hazards of inflation Johnston added to a news con ference We dont want an economic Pearl Harbor or a Dunkerque And we dont want a Munich o appeasement Johnston had just come from a conference with President Tru man While Johnston was meeting with reporters at the stabilization agency Mr Truman was holding his usual Thursday news confer ence Milder Language The president also plugged for stronger economic controls as he has been doing for weeks but he used much milder language than Johnston did Mr Truman saidhe hopes the house beginning debate Thursday on controls legislation will come up with a workable bill He has been sharply critical of the bill the senate has passed It would restrict and possibly price rollbacks Johnston without directly ask ing housewives to write their con gressmen said he was sure that if the voters have convictions in this matter they will communii cate with their representatives in congress This is not a political issue he insisted and added I am not blaming any member of congress In general they vote their convictions If there is any blame to be fixed it should be fixed on us and the ESA brought home to the people the dangers ahead Johnston said an education drive is planned aimed atcon sumers business labor and con gress He saidlt would have lull white house support These statements echoed sim ilar ones the president madeearli er Wednesday in a letter trans mitting to congress a quarterly report of Defense Mobilization Di rector Charles E Wilson Senators generally agreed that defense preparations should go forward But some said they be lieved an end to the Korean war would permit a slowing down of militaryspending and would ease the upward pressure on prices Others sharply disputed this say ing any letup would play into Russias hands Junk Controls In the house where debate starts Thursday on a longrange price wagerent control bill administra tion leaders were fearful that peace prospects in Korea might create a surge of sentiment to junk controls entirely Some said privately that they have abandoned hope of keeping out of the legislation a ban against price rollbacks like that voted by the senate last week The bill before the house calls for a oneyear extension of the economic controls program em bodied in the 1950 defense pro duction act which would have ex pired last Saturday midnight had not congress kept it alive for one more month It now contains no ban on price rollbacks but there seems to be abundant support for amendments io put them into the measure Wilson said inhis report the de fense mobilization program musi and will continue whether or not fightingstops in Korea adding that what happens in Korea will make no fundamental change in the need for building the strength of the free world Still to Come Wilsons report recorded sub stantial munitions progress in the year since the outbreak of fight ing in Korea But it emphasized that the great surge of defense productionstill is to come along with consumer goods shortages and renewed inflationary perils The assault on Korea was but an episode in the longterm strug gle in which we are engaged Wilson declared adding that strong price controls rollbacks and a stiff in taxes will be needed regardless of the outcome of ceasefire negotiations Wilson said that in defense orders have been placed since Korea SIO000000000 in mu nitions have been delivered orders for of armaments arc in industrys hands and a 3 fold increase in arms deliveries can be expected in tho year ahead Late Shortages Supplies pf consumer goods will remain by ordinary stand ards Wilson saidr but shortages will appear late this year and next year Emphasizing the necessity of pricewage control to pre AP Wirephoto GOING HOME Werner Reiniacer 21yearold quad ruple amputee from San An tonio Tex is gome home and demonstrates attee US Naval hospital in Oakland CaL how he hopes to walk into the front door of his parents home Rein inger was wounded by a gren ade in Korea and before he could be evacuated his hands and legs were frostbitten On arrival at a hospital in Japan both his legs and all his fingers were amputated He is wearing what the navy calk a dress hand the fingers fit like a glove over the stump of his hands San Antonio will torn out in strength when he arrives July 10th vent a new spiral of prices the report said I strongly recommend that the congress in enacting the extension jsrmit rollbacks so that it will be possible to establish a balanced price structure without raising the jntire price level to the height of those prices that have gone up the most in the past year BULLETIN YOUNGDAHL TO RESIGN Washinston Gov Luther Youngdahl of Min nesota Thursday accepted an of fer by President Truman to be nominated federal judge for the District of Columbia If con firmed by the senate TounR dahl said he will resipn the gov ernorship effective Sept 1 All About The WEATHER Mason City Mostly cloudy with thundershowers Thursday night and Friday Low Thursday night in low 60s High Friday around 80 Iowa Partly cloudy wth scat tered thunderstorms or showers over the state Thursday night and in central and east Friday Warmer Thursday night Low Thursday night 58 to 65 High Friday 78 to 85 Further out look Fair and warmer Satur day Sunday partly cloudy and warm with scattered early morning showers west portion Minnesota Cloudy and warmer Thursday night with scattered showers Friday partly cloudy with scattered showers central and cast portions warmer southwest Low Thursday night 5662 High Friday 7682 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Thursday Near 70000 Spend 4th at Clear Lake Clear estimated crowd of 10000 Wednesday night watch ed the huge fireworks display which climaxed Clear Lakes 4th of July celebration The specta ors filled the speciallyerected leachers on the lake front and ined the shore while others watched from hundreds of boats on the lake and from docks and awns of lake front cottages Allan Yeager Clear Lake was warded first place in the evening talent show The 12 year old cor netist received a cash prize of ilOO Second place and a iward went to David Hampton Hason Citys Yogi Yorgenson n Adams Jr Nora Spring pianist received 3rd place and 9 Awards Nine other finalists selected in jrelirninaries the previous eve ning received awards Thej vere Barbara Bonor Omaha Nebr tap dancer Junior Kalke and Tom Huffstettler Rockford accordion and guitar duo La vonne Sime Rake alto saxophon ist Ray Hewitt Clear Lake bari one DeeAnn Drier and Howard effrie Hampton tap dancers udith Gamble and Sharon Yep on Forest City twirlers Davi nd Jim Haugen Osage vocalists ommy Hinch and Larry Brown Hason City tap dancers and Mary Jeth Sartor Mason City tap ancer and novelty reader fudges were Mrand Mrs Mar us Boeof Eagle Grove and Miss Latherine Hughes of Deriisoh Chuck Hilton Mason City was master of ceremonies Floats Listed Prize winning floats in the Clear Lake 4th of July parade vere first Danish isterhood second Music Moth ers 3rd Shore otel first Collins Standard Serv ce second Clear Lake Mirror rd WSCS rst Daughters of the Land 4H ub second Concord Nimble ingers 4H club 3rd aughters of Union Veterans ust Womens Relief Corps sec nd American Legion Auxiliary were S15 and rd Prizes or first second and 3rd places n each division Judges were H Hook Charles Schaffer and R 1 Isensee all of Mason City 50 Horses in Parade Also about 50 horses were en ered in the parade Winners in lis division were Lloyd Crozier lear Lake first Ralph Lee Ven ura second and M L Red ennedy 3rd Pat in first Peter Smith nd Robert Hillman 3rd second Prizes were S10 and S3 udges were Barney Sweeney ason City and Elton Hilts Clear ake Street races were a part of the aditional celebration Here are e results with the winners from lear Lake unless otherwise oted Fiftyyard dash for boys 6 to 9 ears Nelson and Billy ryan first Ronald Burnett sec id 50yard dash for girls under Bryan first Darlene raff Forest City second 50yard ash for boys 9 through mith Garner first Larry Bitter cond 3legged race for boys 9 rough Yeager and Lowell Bryan first Jimmy West brook Mason City and Larry Lepley Omaha Nebr second Other Races Girls 3legged Ten old and Lynda Bryan first Patty Schulze and Janet Meloy Mason City second womens slipper e 11 y Bergman first and Almake McGrane Alta Vista second allgirls slipper Joann Bergman first and Julie Tenold second boys 100yard Smith Garner first and Edward Allen second In charge of the street races were A B Engcn and Dick Ban ning both of Clear Lake Judges were Joyce Lien BAnn Stork Jim Wright Lester Nichols Larry Kitchen and Jerry Amundson all of Clear Lake Maximum Minimum At 8 a m YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 70 50 60 74 61 Get No Answer on Safe Passage for Allied Emissaries GlobeGazette photos by Sorlien CLEAR LAKE CELEBRATES THE 4TH A morning parade was one of the many activities as Clear Lake cele brated the 4th of July Above is the Clear Lake band in the parade Below are the winners in the evening talent show From left are Chuck Hilton masterof cere monies Allan Yeager 12yearold cornetist of Clear Lake who won first place David Hampton Citys Yogi Yorgenson second place and John Adams3 Jr NoraSprings pianist 3rd place Nations Traffic Toll Low for 4th of July By THE ASSOCHTED PRESS The nation celebrated July 4th with one of the lowest holiday traffic death tolls in recent years Accidental deaths totaled 201 for the 30hour period from 6 p m Tuesday to midnight Wednes dav The latest breakdown showed 103 traffic deaths 54 drownings 5 deaths from fireworks and 39 rom miscellaneous accidents The traffic toll was well below the 130 which the National Safety council had predicted would die on the nations highways A factor was cool rainy or cloudy weather which cut down travel in many parts of the coun y Hundreds Dy Fireworks Hundreds were injured from fireworks At least 15 suffered in uries at a fireworks display in Cheviot Ohio a Cincinnati suburb vhen an aerial bomb exploded among 10000 spectators The traffic death toll compared vith 84 for last Memorial day vhich also was on a Wedensday jast year the Independence day holiday covered a 4day period and he accidental deaths hit a record ligh of 783 The traffic toll Court S6fs Up Board to End Iran Oil Scrap The Hague The Netherlands international court of fton spokesman Wednesday nigh justice told Britain and Iran Thursday to set up a joint board which would supervise continued operations of the AngloIranian Oil company under its British management Iran hasannounced she would not recognize a world court decision in the dispute The court asked by Britain to ake up the case of Irans nation alization of AngloIranian proper ies proposed that all revenues of the company in excess of what is needed to carry on operations be said into an account to tie admin stered by the joint board This board would be composed of two members from the Iranian gov ernment two from the British overnment and a 5th and neutral Hungarians Tell Yanks to Leave Budapest Hungary gary Thursday ordered two States diplomats to leave this country within 24 hours labellin them persona non grata un welcome persons The note was handed to the U S legation after the United States rejected Hungarys previous de mand that 3 members of the lega tion be recalled as plotters again this countrys communist govern ment The two diplomats involve must cross the Hungarian horde into Austria by Friday at 1 p m Undesirable The Hungarian note said tha Budapest considers Legation Sec retary Albert Scherer Jr an Attache Ruth Tryon persona no grata and demands that they leav the territory of the country within 24 hours upon receipt of the pres ent note It added that the Hun garian government also consider undesirable the Legation Official Mary Eich Miss Eich left Budapest las week on home leave The Hungar ian note said Miss Eich now stay ing in Vienna would not be granted entry any more into Hun gary This is the latest development the diplomatic clash between U S and Hungary following the re cent trial of Archbishop Jozse Groesz who was sentenced to 1 years in prison as a plotter agains the government The confession o the archbishop successor to Cardi nal Mindszenty as head of vth Roman Catholic churchTn Hun gary mentioned the in Budapest Claim Proof The new Hungarian note sai that at the trial I had been proved that they the Americans have out spy ing and diversionist activities Hungary first asked the1 U S Monday to withdraw the 3 Amer icans accusing them of actively cooperating with the spying ac tivities of the archbishop and others convicted recently A lega said the U S state department re fused to accept premise tha legation staff members were al legedly implicated in the Groesz case and the 3 wfll not be re called member to be chosen by agree The countrys traffic deaths in hefirst 5 months this year were 3240 an average of 87 every 24 ours or 117 for a 30hour period he 5month total however cov ers deaths occurring to the in ured days weeks or months after the date they were injured The 5 deaths from fireworks ompared with one over last years uly 4th holiday Samuel Genn 54 a drivein CASUALTIES MOUNT Washington Announced U S battle casualties in Korea reached 78110 Thursday an in crease ot 1361 since last week heater employe vas killed Vednesday night at Brighton lich near Detroit when a sky ocket exploded in his face as he vas shooting fireworks at a public ireworks display sponsored by lie theater Mortar Cracker Russell D Prior 45 of Hamden Conn was killed in his new Bos ton Mass summer home when a mortartype firecracker exploded and tore off the left side of his face Virginia Belle OBanion 3 of Clinton Mo was burned fatally and 4 other children were hurt when a keg containing black powi der exploded Several boys were attempting to make firecrackers packing powder in paper tubes and attaching fuses The powder keg exploded after one boy threw a handful of powder into a near by bonfire The Iranian minister here Hos sein Navab commented did not recognize the competence of the court in the oil dispute and neither do we recognize the courts decision today We consider the courts decision null and void A British foreign office spokes man said in London that Britain vould do its best to follow the courts recommendations but whether she would be able to do so will depend upon the attitude of Iran At the same time British tech nicians were told they must leave Irans newly nationalized oilfields unless they promise full obedi ence to the Iranian national oil company The spokesman was Nasser Quili Ardalan a member of Irans joint oil nationalization board He told Irans parliament the great re finery at Abadan may be closed within 25 days but he called for patience and perseverance to overcome Irans crisis engendered by the nationalization of the An gloIranian oil companys hold ings OPPOSE RATE INCREASE DCS Molnes 7 of the United Packinghouse Workers CIO Wednesday adopted a resolution opposing the proposed per cent atcs here increase in electric SAME Black flas means Wattle death In Uj1 34 hours May Bar New Natural Gas Equipment Washington petroleum administration for defense saic Thursday it has drafted a tenta tive nationwide order to bar in stallation of new equipment us ing natural gas for heating homes and other buildings Deputy Petroleum Administrator Bruce K Brown said the order may be used to limit the con sumption of natural gas in order to protect present customers and assure adequate supplies for de fense needs Brown said the tentative order would bar suppliers after a given date from providing gas to 1 Any new spaceheating cus tomers 2 Any new largevolume cus tomers without appiwal by PAD Brown said the spaceheating room heating limitation would forbid new gas installations or conversions in homes Brown emphasized in a state ment that the matter is in a tenta tive it is not certain the order will be issued But he said there is an ex tremely tight situation in natural gas supplies and that something of this sort appears necessary It is expected that there would be prompt exemptions from or modifications of such an order if it is issued wherever the natural gas supplies are adequate Brown said There is no intention here of working a hardship on anyone But it is obvious that to pro tect both industry and the home consumers of gas from harm some action must be taken immediately Unless something is done promptly a serious gas shortage almost certainly will confront us next winter Brown said no action would be taken before full consultation with Secretary of Interior Chapman and members of the gas industry KAESONG TRUCE SITE Kaeaonc race Ki capital it the site selected by comnmnliti truce talks The ancient cHy bad a popula tion of more than M cordinrto latest Minneapolis Hospitals Picketed Service Workers Go On Strike Br MOBEKT A CUNNINGHAM service workers picketed 10 Min neapolis hospitals Thursday cuj ting off deliveries of milk bread meat and fresh vegetables when truck drivers picket lines refusedto cross The hospitals threatened with running out of foodsupplies b nightfall sent an urgent plea t Mayor Eric Hoyer to open th picket lines for movements o ihese supplies Hoyer immediately called city health commissioner Dr Frank JHfll to discuss the situ ation He refused comment imme diately Hospital administrators meanwhile sought a way to allevi ate the shortage Law Defied The service workers members of local 113 A F L Public Build ing Service Employes defied stat aw by walking off their jobs State law forbids work stoppages at charitable hospitals Some hospitals immediately re tricted admissions to emergencies Others tried to maintain nonna Nonunion workers some workers hired as replacements for strikers volunteerssome union workers who refused to strike and nurses manned jobs left by trikers Hospitals said patients were suffering no Raymond Swanson Swedish hospital administrator and spokes man for all said the strike for at a time when the of patients was at low umber bb With the holiday people pu ff all but emergency hospitaliza ion he said July always is ight month for hospitals also Police were called out when ickets bunched closely together up some persons enter ng the hospital Hospital Attor ey Ralph Comaford said police ad to escort the wife of one pa ient into a hospital He said she ad been called because her hus and was dying Pickets stopped er from entering Comaford said Pickets hooted at persons walk ng through the lines and there was much shoving and scuffling until police arrived One picket t Northwestern hospital boasted he had ripped a hospital officials weater One picket Clarence Pitheon jlocked the driveway at St Marys ospital When he refused to move nurse hit him with her car He as knocked down but escaped in ury Shirt Torn Pickets tore the shirt of one 70 earold employe of Swedish hos ital when he crossed the picket line Police ordered pickats to spread out and keep your hands ff anyone entering the hospital Hospitals affected were Abbott Eitel Pairview St Marys St arnabas Swedish Northwestern nd Parkview Workers at all but itel and St Barnabas had left ieir jobs last week in a spon neous walkout but hospitals able to get new workers and aintain normal services Silence Is Broken by Snipers By QLEN CLEMENTS r Tokyo made Thursday for communist and allied truce envoys to meet in peace Sunday But that didnt stop the shooting in Korea Thursday reds shot at two UN patrols as they approached Kae song warscarred ancient capital of Korea where ceasefire talks will be held Wednesday they had permitted one patrol to enter the deserted city near the 38th paral lel UN Commander Gen Matthew B Ridgway still sought a guaran tee from the communists they would not fire in similar fashion on the emissaries he will send to Kae song Sunday That one hitch remains to be settled before representatives of the opposing top commands can meet And when they do get to gether it will merely to make plans for the real ceasefire confer ence That will be Tuesday No Aiwwer Thursday passed without word that Chinese and North Korean commanders had guaranteed safe conduct to the UN delegation Instead the reds Peiping radio said thesuccessofceasefire talks depends oh whether the U S government other govern ments taking part in the Korean war aresincere And it told tht Chinese that even after the shooU ingends in Korea they must con tinue to build defemes to guard against American attempts at ag gression Thursday morning Ridgway agreed to theredijitgestioftthat preliminary talks Sunday Reliable sources said he would send 3 marine an man and a South Korean Two in terpreters will accompany them Ridgway askedthat the commu nist generals guarantee them safe conduct to the meeting in no mansland Earlier he had pledged ilsScrces wouldnt shoot at thered delega tion if theirjroute was announced Battle action dwindled as armis tice talks drew nearer But reds opened up Thursday with the ieaviest artillery andmortat fire theyve used on the western front in aweek Their guns stopped shooting in the east where theyve daily harassed allied lines Two powerful allied task forces on the central front began a slow withdrawal from the northern end of the ChorwonKumhwaPyong gang Jxon triangle taking UN out Josts with them They had pushed 24 miles north of the 38th parallel and driven Chinese from the tri angles dominating hills 3 miles south of Pyongyang Deserted One UN patrol probed into Kae song beyond the western front Wednesday and found it deserted A second patrol ran into red troops two miles east of the anci ent Korean capital Other patrols combed the Kae song area Thursday Behind them julldozers smoothed out the rutted ind war churned road over which IN cease fire emissaries may ravel from Seoul to cease fire talks in Raesong The weather wfll whether Ridgways representa rves at Sundays meeting travel by jeep or helicopter If tht weather is good theywill fly Three helicopters probably will eused Butthe air force was rer xjrted considering using a H19 a helicopter capable of car rying 8 persons Identity of those to make trip has not been disclosed The emissaries will be 3 ofli ers none of higher rank than a Their job will be to work ut arrangements for the actual armistice talks to be held in Kae ong Tuesday Interpreters Along They will be accompanied by wo interpreters and their pilots r jeep drivers If they travel by they will go in 3 jeeps each flying a white flag AP Correspondent Stan Carter rove over much of that road Wednesday without seeing a sign f a red soldier The route runs across a pon oon bridge hurriedly erected cross the Imjin river by Amerj an engineers after red rst proposed meeting in Kaesong t runs through a rown from ripening wheat and green from newly planted rice Associated Preif Correspondent ate Polowestzky laid thert waj n air of repressed excitement round U S 8th army headquar rs as preparotions were pushed ir cease fire talks   

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