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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 10, 1951, Mason City, Iowa                                Doily Newspaper Edited lot CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TNI NIWSPAPIR THAT MAKIS ALL MOITM IOWANS NIIGHIQRS VOLLY1I ud UniUd Prcw Full LMM Wkw Hvk CMta MASON CITY IOWA TtESDAT JULY It 1M1 Paper Democrats Lay E a fly Claim t o Controls Victory By BARNEY LIVINGSTONE Washington forces in the house laid cautious claim Tuesday to probable limited victory in the big battle over economic controls Still ahead however loomed the crucial struggle over price rollbacks in which farm state members appeared united for an allout drive wipe out and every kind of farm product With the house locked in bit ter controversy administration and labbr union spokesmen kept up a drum lire ofpleas for con tinued strong mixed with predictions of disaster if they are not heeded j 1 Mobilizations Director Charles E Wilson called on the nation not to be lulled by the prospect of a Korean truce Into easing up on controls or the rearmament effort Tamers Hurt 2 Price Stabilizer Michael V DiSalle told farmers failure to control prices would hurt them most of all 3 A large segment of organized labor drafted a warning and appeal to the American people to get after their congressmen in support of a controls program to a predicted a day rise in living costs In preliminary house skirmish ing democratic lines held firmly Monday in their initial test By a vote of 169 to 149 the house turned back a concerted republi can effort to formulate a call on the administration to try indirect controls before continuing direct curbs Rep Priest an as democratic floor leader interpreted the vote to meanthat President Truman will get a con trols bill which will still bfe ade quate even though everything he wants short of It indicates we are safe on the principles of direct Priest told newsmen controls It shows the house is not in a mood to do away with controls or even great ly weaken them Only a the house opened what promises to be a weeklong battle of votes over renewal of the controls law now due to expire July 3I1 Mobiliza tion Director Wilson directed his plea to the nation Wilson Worried In nationwide radio and tele Tision broadcasts Wilson said he was more worried than ever be fore in my life about Americas safety I cant believe t h a t soviet Russia in coming out for a truce in Korea has altered its long term plans he said 1 can only believe it is the Brink Money Guards in Line for Rewards 2 Bandits Slain in Chicago Plant By ROBERT T LOUGHRAN Chicaro UR Three Brinks money guards were inline for re wards Tuesday for killing two bandits and routing a 3rdwho tried to rob them of at least 000 Brinks has a standing offer of to each employe who kills a bandit in line of duty A com pany official said Tuesday that the reward might be increased to give each of the 3 guards Hoodlums Rocco Lucky Bel castro 36 and Frank Piazza 40 were slain Monday when they tried to invade a BrinkSs armored car at a Bowman Dairy Go plant on the northwest side Both were notorious gunmen Tonne Hero The hero of the gunfight was Guard Julius Blanchart 25 who has worked for Brinks only 3 months He was slugged on the forehead by Belcastro who used a sawed off shotgun as a club when it jammed as he tried to shoot Blanchart Blanchart driven the armored truck up a 125foot ramp to a second floor garage atthe dairy plant then waited whfle his partners Guards Emmet Ebert and Ted Kobylinski 34 went tolhe office to pick up Monday receipts of at least 000 Suddenly he saw Belcastro and Piazza approach a 3rd man and became suspicious when he noticed they were wearing gloves caps and meat cutters smocks Wears Mask When Blanchart saw one of them adjust a mask over his eyes he pulled his 38 caliber pistol Bel castro attempted to shoot the guard with a sawedoff shotgun be pulled from beneath his smock but the gun jammed and he swung the stock against Blanch arts bead Blanchartfelled him series of actions designed to weak en the free world Wilson said the outcome of the house battle may determine whether the country is to succumb to wholesale inflation Price Stabilizer DiSalle declared in a speech at Barnesville Minn that failure to maintain price con trols would mean an inflation boom followed by bust Communists Gloat Over Host Role By STANLEY RICH procom munfst newspaper Tuesday gloated that the reds are play ing the host at ceasefire talks in Kaesong The paper Ta Rung Pao in dicated the line the red press all over the world probably will fol low We named the place made all necessary preparations directed the landing of the helicopter guided American and Rhee South Korean liaison officers to the meeting and feted them with food and wine the paper Col Andrew J Kinney chief of the UN liaison group said Sunday in Seoul the reds dis played vodka beer water fruit and a strange looking candy The allied delegation however ignored it and ate its own ra tions Gen Matthew B Ridgway he suggested the Danish hospital ship Jutlandia as a meeting help himself to the scat of host the paper continued but later develop ments kept him in the seat of guest where he belongs CHRISTIANS WORSHIP DCS Moines Kin Ion a Drake student from Ot tumwa conducted worship serv ices Tuesday at opening sessions of the 7th Town and Country church institute at Drake uni versity Laymen and ministers of the Christian church from all over Iowa registered for the conference Truce Negotiators Make Some Progress Toward an Armistice Delegates Come Home Smiling By FRANK H BARTHOLOMEW Imjln River Peace Camp Ko rea men who carried the United Nations hopes for peace to the conference table at Kaesong Tuesday came home on latest maneuver in a continuing with a shot through the heart then fired a shot at Piazza KobylinsldJand Ebert heard the shooting and raced back arriving just as Piazza hit by Blancharts second bullet stumbled over a concrete block They each pumped a slug into him and Piazza fell dead The 3rd bandit ran down the ramp as the guards fired after him He apparently escaped in a soupedup 1937 model car seen earlier outside the plant Thecar may have been driven fourth member of the gang officers said Nicholas May Tell Political Intentions at Governors Days Des Moines Lt Gov Wil liam H Nicholas RMason City came into the statehouse Tues day talking turkey He said he has lost hundreds of them from recent storms Turkey growing is his principal business Nicholas who periodically opens his office for a day or so said i he also was the loser on a soybean crop His corn was damaged too but it is making a comeback The lieutenant governor was willing to talk politics too but mostly as it concerns almost everyone but himself He said however he might have an an nouncement to make as to his future political intentions at the time of the annual Governors day observance at Clear Lake early next month DIES OF CANCER CoRgon Joe Rathje 5 son of Mr and Mrs Marvin J Rathje of Coggon who has been ill with cancer died Sunday SAME BUck flac means truffle death In Jail 24 hours AP1firephoto WEDDING BELLSAT Koch 37Philadelphia jeweler and Ms bride Mrs Katherine Bruton 84yearold widow shown after their marriage ceremony in Phila delphias suburban Ridley Park Monday The two have been friends for 12 years Shes very loveable Koch said 1 met her and then our friendship blossomed into love Mrs Bruton commented that We get along well The couple is foregoing a honeymoon for the time being owing to the press of the grooms business Wont Stifle Independence of Japanese Br EDWARD E BOMAR Washington of J a p a ns mdependence without formal restrictions on its military political and economic develop ment is provided by the latest and nearly final draft of a peace treaty States has sub mitted to themajor wartime Pa cific allies the 5500word revised draft of a of re expected to be signedin two months with few changes The new text was made avail able Thursday to the Associated tl W Press The state departmentis circu lating the proposed treaty in the expectation that it will be ac cepted by the other governments only minor alterations This country has proposed that a peace conference be held at San Fran cisco Sept 4 to 81 The white house said Monday President Truman may be in San Francisco at the time but that it is not certain he will attend the actual signing The treaty revision reflectstfie settlement of differences between the U S and Britain worked out by Ambassador Dul les in recent conferences at Lon don and negotiations on the Phil ippine demand for reparations It rules out reparations as such on grounds Japan does not have thff capacity to pay The treaty however requires Japan to nego tiate possible compensation for the Philippines and other occu pied countries by making avail able Japanese industrial skills and services It calls r for the withdrawal of all occupation forces of the al lied powers within 90 days after the treaty becomes effective but permitsthe stationing or reten tion of foreign armed forces in Japanese territory under or in consequence multilateral agreements winch aave been ormay be made tween one or more of the allied powers on the one hand and Japan other Grandfather Baby Kilkd in 20Foot Fall C Ii f t o n N J Slot a took his 15mo nthold granddaughter for a breath of fresh ahMonday As he stood on a second story porch tiny Gail A Slota cuddled in his arms she wriggled free and toppled over a railing Desperately the 60yearold Slota grabbed for her lost his balance and fell after her Both were killed in the 20foot fall NEW CLASSIFIED DEADLINE ALL CLASSIFIED ADVERTISERS The classified deadline has been changed to 11 A M day of pub lication on single column ads A M on 2 column and over ads Please telephone your ads in the day before if possible Classified department opens 8 oclock in the morning Your cooperation will be appreciated THANK YOU House Urges Budget Slice for State Unit By WILLIAM F ARBOGAST Washington house ap propriations committee recom mended Tuesday an 18 per cent cut in this years funds for the state department but aimed none of the reduction directly at Secretary Acheson Republicans seeking to force Achesons ouster withheld their fire until the bill financing his de revised partnientreaches the house floor probably early nextweek They did notqffer Jn the com mittee aproposalftoprohibit the useof any to pay Achesons salary during the fiscal started July 1 probably will be offered during debate and democratic leaders have conceded the vote will be dose Cut of J52 Million Thecommittee recommended that thestate department be given of the President Truman requested That would be a cut This wasa smaller percentage reduction than the committee ap plied to the 1952 budget of the ommerce department whose funds along with those of the justice department and the judici ary are carried in the same bilL The justice department was al lotted 5181667000 of the 356000 it requested a cut of It per cent The commerce department was of the S763763 925 it wanted a cut of 20 per cent The federal judiciary was cut from to 22 per cent reduction The total in the 4agency measure was 026 less than the the president requested That is a reduction of about 16 per cent The committees action of course is subject to approval by the house and then the senate Not Mentioned Nowhere in a lengthy vyritten report accompanying the bill did the comirnttee refer directly to The report written by Rep Roohey CDN emphasized the need for a strong department of state not only to the best interests and defense of this nation but alsa to the mainte nance and expansion of freedom throughout Rooney is of the ap propriations subcommittee which considered the money measure 1951 Corn Crop Estimate Below Goal Iowa Forecast Below Average u Des Moines UR the de partment of atricnltnre Tuesday forecast a busbel corn crop for Iowa this rear compared to a Ityear average of bushels annually Washington agricul ture department Tuesday fore cast a 1951 corn crop of 3295 143000 bushels somewhat under the 3400000000 bushel goal set earlier this year Because corn is the key feec crop the size of theharvest de termines to a large extent the supply of beef cattle hogs and poultry The departments crop report ing board estimated the whea harvest at 1070132000 bushels up slightly from the forecast of June 10 Officials had set 1150000000 bushels as the 1951 goal They suggested a step up in spring wheat production to meet the target after bad weather and insects heavily damaged win ter wheat plantings 2 Buffalo Center Residents Killed in Minnesota Elmore Minn Iowa women were killed and a Minne sota truck driver suffered minor injuries in a cartruck collision on highway 169 about a mile north of here Monday Dead are Mrs John U Slaba about 54 and her 16yearold daughter Janice Sue both of Buffalo Center Martin Johnson of Elmore was treated for cuts and bruises at a Blue Earth hospital and released KILLED BY VOLTAGE Cedar Falls Stahlhut 31 a city lineman was killed Monday when he came in contact with a high voltage line while working on transformers knocked out by Sundays wind and rain storm BALLOONS FOUND Iowa City member o the University of Iowaphysics department saidballoons and in struments sent aloft fromhen last Friday in a cosmic ray studs project have been found near vlr ginia til about 200 miles south east of here About The Weather Mason City Xow Tuesday nigh 5054 night and Wednesday partly cloudy and cool high in trie lower 70s Iowa High inlower 70s extrerai north upper 70s in thesouth Partly cloudy and cooler north cloudy and cooler withoccai sibnal showers south Tuesdaj night Wednesday partly cloudj and cooler Low Tuesday nigh 5256 north 5560 south High Wednesday in the 70s Northerly M P H Wednesday Iowa 5Day Forecast Tempera tures will average 26 degrees below normal Normal high for of year is 87 Normal low is 64 Below normal temper atures throughout the week bu with temporary warming Thursday and Sunday Showers Thursday Friday and Sunday will average in excess of one inch Minnesota Generally fair and continued cool Tuesday nigh and Wednesday Low Tuesday night 4450 High Wednesday in the 70s GlobeGazette weather data up to Tuesday 8 a m Maximum 83 MininunV 60 At 8 a m 61 Precipitation 05 YEAR AGO Maximum 73 Minimum 61 a rainbow Tuesday night A this heavy downpour advance base as drenched the first days talk ended It delayed the return of the UN team and caused some worry word came they were on their way The weather cleared at that moment A brilliant rainbow crossed the sky and the first hel icopter seemed to slide down the arc to the sodden field None Speak The men were tired as they lowered themselves gently down the two steps of the copters None spoke But all smiled broadly at questioning correspondents They all seemed to share Vice Admiral Charles TurnerJoys good mood as totheir tentsJoy wore a slight grin when he land ed then smiled and kept smiling When the team gathered ear lier Tuesday to take off lor Kae song the younger officers look ed freshfaced and eager The senior delegates like Joy were grave of face and thoughtfuL The morning air was chilly with a hint of better weather in the Few Reds Infiltrate Triangle TJ S 8th Army Headquarter Korea groups of reds Tuesday infiltrated the old Chor wonKumhwaPyonggang iron xiangle on the westcentral front Intelligence officers said the reds want control of this area They probably are sending down enough men to ambush any of our patrols The heart of the triangle is only 47 air miles northeast ol Kaesong where red and allied ne gotiators Tuesday began peace talks Sharp but relatively minor skir mishes dotted the entire battle front i B29 Superforts flew through thick rain clouds and dropped 7 tons of bombs on important rec supply centers at Sinpo and Ko won on the east coast of North Korea The big planes flew from Oki nawa They used radar to find their targets r The communist radio at Ty offing Men restiessly stamped their feet Gen Matthew B Ridgway stood with legs planted aggressively in the sodden turf his chin tilted sky ward t the communists ever see movies ofV the UN commanding general as he dispatched his dele gation Kaesong they will take little com fort it looking for signs of weak ness in these men The Bit Game To some the column of men moving across the open space from this concealed peace camp to the waiting helicopters in the field be yond were cloaked in funera quietOthers thought theirs was the mien of a football team on the afternoon of the big game Whatever the simile there was nodoubt thatithe car ried the UNs hope for peace to the conferencetable at Kaesong were aware of their heavy load About 100 correspondents pho tographers and radio men were gathered here to coveifihe depart ure of the allied team Their chat ter ceased when the officerss ap peared Ridgway wore his usual combat uniform with hand grenades pin ned to his shoulders He smiled as he halted beside the helicopters So did Joy Neither smile lasted lorig Ridgway seemed to be enjoying himself thoroughly somewhat in the tradition of Gen Douglas Mac Arthur on similar occasions ART SHOW OPENS Des Moines exhibition of 44 flower paintings valued at opened Tuesday at the ties Moines Art center The communist radio at either as planned ear ongyang Victories inner both ground and air action The nightly North Korean com munique monitored in Tokyo said red planes shot down 6 al lied Jets No details were given The red radio also said heavy damage was inflicted on alliec ground troops onthe central front It said one UN battalion annihilated and 11 chineguns and pieces were captured or destroyed There was no confirmation o any of these reports from allied Draft Call for August Washington JP The defense departmentTuesday issued a draft call for 7000 men lor the marine corps and 28000for the army m August It also announced it will want 34000 draftees in 000 for the army and 6000 for the marines Tuesdays announcement marks the first timesince the draft was resumed last September that any service except the army has askec for draftees The for the army is a revision of an earlier request 1 previously had announced it would want 22000 men in August School Bond Issue at Manly Defeated Manly Manly voters Monday turned down a proposal to issue in bonds to construct ad ditional classrooms for the public school and a garage to house 3 re cently purchased school buses The vote was 90 in favor of the issue and 113 against Discussions Restricted t to Military By NATE FOLOWETZKx Seoul Korea IP representatives Tuesday progress toward an agenda to dii cuss an armistice United Tfa tions representatives said Tuesday night v y Discussions will be resumed at 10 a m pAm Tuesday CST in communistoc cupied Kaesong A communique issued by Commander B JMdf ways headquarters two opening sessions onTuesdayaKsre held in an open and formal at At the outset of Adm C Turner Joy head of the 5 man UN delegation announced discussions would be restricted to military matters in Korea He said the allies would not talk about anything else no politics na economics no military affairs elsewhere Newsmen Ateent Allied war correspondents were not permitted in Kaesonf They wfll not be allowed to go Wed Brig Gen Frank Allen chief of information announced that plans to correspondents to Kaesong Wednesday were can celled because the success of 7He said newimen sent to Kaesonf afteri the con ference is on the track is assurance it will stay on the track The report on Tuesdays ses sions was given to the press Tiy amtrmyiOfficerwho had not been at the j desig useof fotfdHfettfyg xi Ihe allies Teturned Tuesdiy nigfit by to their camp at Munsanwithout com t 7 Met br JeevcV When they arrived in Katsonf in the morning the of ficer said the UN officers were met oy preceded tfiem v Helicopter naofelttd Reported the delegation jeep loads of Chmesejiricluding some bearing side arms They said arm ed Chinese stood Jfuard around the field where ihe helicopters were parked throughout the day The American the UNs to UN housel under armed communist escort briefing officer wat making North Ko rean communist radidi at Pyong yang said foreign troops was the con ditions of peaceful of the Korean Thered radio said eventual so lution of the problem should left to the Korean peo ple themselves j JX In Admiral Joys opening ment he called on the 5 red gen erals to show good faith in the negotiations andpledged the UN delegationwould do the same This the admiral said would generate an atmosphere of confi dence In such an atmosphere he said there is every reasonto hope for f v Strict Limits And he set strict limits to the subjects of discussion Joy said the allies want a stable peace but under no circumstances will they talk about j 1 Political and economic matters of any kind That in cludes the question of aUN seat for communist China f 2 Military matters unrelated to Korea This ruled out For mosa and other trouble spots Joy said he and the 4 other military commanders comprising the UN delegation would discuss military matters in Korea neces sary to end hostilities in Korea under conditions as sure againsi their resumption Inflation Is Here Mickey Cohen Glad APWirephoto MEDAL OF HONOR WINNER LOSES HIS Stanley T Adams medal of honor winner from Olathe Kans had his stripes torn off in a Pentagon cere mony Monday by Col Ned JD Moore as the Korean veteran was given a commission as second lieutenant infantry reserve The 29yearold infantryman received the nations top military award July 5 for a heroic night bayonet charge against the enemy Col Moore formerly of Villisca Iowa commanded Adams 19th infantry regi ment at the time of the incident Antefat inflation is here to stay Mickey Cohen is glad of it The prosecution arguing that Cohen should get a long term Monday pointed put that the gambler had evaded about 000 in taxes roughly the same amount as the late Al Capone who received an 11year sentence That was before inflation snapped S Ben rison Cohen got 5 years and fine   

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