Mason City Globe Gazette, July 16, 1951

Mason City Globe Gazette

July 16, 1951

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 16, 1951, Mason City, Iowa North lowt Doily Newspaper Edited far GITY GLOBEGAZETTE TMI MIWSPAPfk THAT MAKCS ALL NORTH IOWANS NIICHIORS HOME EDITION VOL Aiwclatwl UolM Fran rmi LMM Ctpirt One Mans Opinion A If W EARL HALL Monoginj Editor A Motor Trip to Eastern Seaboard I am recently returned from a motor jaunt which took me and Mrs Hall over 2500 miles o highway and into 10 states all oJ them to the east of Iowa In this visit with you Id like to repori on some of the things impressed upon my mind during that jaunt The journey I should explain had two major objectives One was to sit in on the national conven tion of the American Red Cross an experience on which I have already reported The other was to put our collegeage daughter on to a TWA plane for anocean hop to Germany Most vivid in my memory as youll understand if youre a par ent is that giant bird taking tb the air on a runway of Idle wild field on Long Island and vanish ing into the eastern sky bound for Gander Shannon London and finally Frankfurt With some others of like interest we watched from a viewing deck on the roof of the central terminal building As both Mrs Hall and I can testify from personal experience your concern is greaterwhen ifs a daughter whos hopping off on an ocean flight than when its you yourself Such worry as we enter tained however proved unwar ranted The transoceanic hop was smooth pleasant and unevent ful A Test of Fidelity Plenary sessions of the Red Cross were held in a huge armory of ancient ancient that there was a sad lack of ventila tion say nothing of aircondition ing And New York City was be ing treated to its first sticky weather of the year From my seat on the platform as vice chairman of the conven tion I could look but overa jam packed auditorium of fanwaving Red Cross workers It would be hard to imagine a more demand ing test of their fidelity Here they were in the very center of the worlds top enter tainment and stores Despite this and despite the physical discom fort occasioned by the heat and humidity in the convention hall these thousands of delegates were remaining loyal to their trust No fairminded person could view this phenomenon and harbor doubts about then dedication and consecration to a great humani tarian cause Atomic War in Backfround Heavy emphasis was given throughout the convention to the role alreadyassigned to the Rec Cross in civil defense and the larger role which would inevitably be handed to the organization in the event the Korean police action should be succeeded by a full scale war that is This was reflected in the con vention sessions which had to do with the national blood program the first aid program in whichthe Red Cross is asked to train 2C million civilians in disaster relief plans and in discussions looking to the recruitment of millions of civil defense volunteers But there was still time for earnest consideration of that hardy old perennial Should the Red Cross permit of financing at the community level by federated fund campaigns This much can be said and without any qualifi cations The vast majority of workers in the Red Cross staff and volun teers alike are vigorously opposed to the suggestion And here are their arguments 1 We gave ita trial once and It didnt work Theres no point in makingthe same mistake twice 2 Conversely the present plan based on a separate roll call and fund drive in March of each year has been highly successful 3 Under a plan of federated irlvinp the federallychartered Red Cross could not be the mas ter of its own destiny 4 The Red Cross has no quarrel whatever with agencies covered by federated But its own very great preference is to go it MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JULY Iff ThU Two cttanOM Allied Officials Report Progress inTruceTalk Munsan Korea Ceasefire negotiators reported they made some progress in two 55minute sessions Mon day toward organizing an agenda foir their Korean armistice talks Their next meeting was scheduled for 11 a m Tues day 7 p m Monday CST in warshattered Kaesong After Mondays session UN negotiators announced The communists have fulfilledtheir agreement with respect to the neutrality the conference site in that ho armed personnel were observed Vice Adm C Turner Joy chief JN delegate commented durini the noon recess it is much bette now that we are not surroundec by guards L In Harmony Newsmen on the spot said both sides appeared to be in harmony at the end of Mondays session Tuesdays meeting was sched uled lor 11 a hour later than the request of tbj communists No reason was given the change in time Joy took the entire 55minute Monday morning session to pre sent further arguments of the agenda proposed by the alliec delegation They took a twohour recess a the reds request Then in the afternoon cigaret smoking Gen Nam II head of the red delegation used another 55 minutes to present his views They talked only about agenda terns An allied announcemen The UN command delegation eports that some progress was made to the formation of amutua agreed upon agenda A press dispatch from the truce city said the 5 North Korean anc Chinese generals were scowling as they left the morning meeting Reds tote But when the afternoon talks ended they seemed amiable The 5 ed generals smiled and posed for UN photographers The cameramen were with the econd party of 20 allied press epresentatives to go to Kaesong mder revised negotiating condi tions prescribed by the UN com mander Gen Matthew Ridg way The photographers were waiting utside the residence where armis tice talks are held The communist snerals readily accepted the php ographers invitation to pose in patio on the American side of the building in marked contrastwith the manner alone That was the way the matter was decided at Detroit last year and thats the way it was resolved in New York City this year One chapter which elected todisregard national policy in its financial support was given a considerate but a stem answer You just cant do that was the an swer Pressure Is Still On It wouldnt be fair or accurate however to leave the impression that the issue is decided for all time There are pressures and very substantial pressures from such points as Detroit and Phil adelphia to deviate from the es tablished policy But there was no sign of such deviation at this years national convention So much for the Red Cross Now lets turn our attention to other matters such as traffic conditions In the eastern states If you havent motored there in the past two or three years youre going to be impressed as I was by the painful Increase in the number of CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 in which they had from the morning rushed out meeting At the end of the morning ses sion a red orderly dashed from the building and csilled for jeeps The North Korean and Chinese delegates walked briskly from the building and climbedinto their Russianmade jeeps The allied delegation appeared calm The whole cityhad taken on a neutral tone a the result or red acceptance of UN demands De tails were worked out Sunday when conferences resumed after a 3day break No Guards AP Correspondent John Ran dolph said from all appearances the communists were observing their agreement There were no armed guards along the route from the UN peace camp to Kaesong There were none at the conference site North Korean military police were in Kaesong as agreed Sun day but they did not come near the meeting jjlace They carried Russiantype burp guns slung across their backs N Randolph 3 other correspond ents and an army captain strolled freely through the city trailed by 100 cheering children Some guards scowled at the party but there was no incident Members of the official commu nist party who had remained wholly aloof Sunday smiled and attempted 1o converse through in erpreters with allied newsmen on Monday Several red photogra jhers examined cameras carried Dy the Americans The UN and red press parties arrived in Kaesong for the first ime Sunday afternoon and began busily photographing each other CHEROKEE PUBLISHER DIES Cherokee Barry 78 ongtime publisher and president of the Cherokee Daily Times died early Sunday of a coronary con dition at his home here Afdfe Lapiner Drowns at Cfedr Lake Memorial services for Nate Lap iner 59 president of Lapiner Mo tor company who drowned in Clear Lake early Sunday evening while fishing were scheduled to be held Mondayafternoon at Adas Israel synagog in Mason City with Rabbi M Sanker Waterloo officiating Funeral services will be held a 1 p m Tuesday at the Hodiroff and Sons funeral home 1301 Plymouth Ave North Minneapo Us Minn The Mason City auto dealer who had been an enthusiast o Clear Lake and owned acottagi there for about 30 years was fish ing off the north shore when thi accident occurred at about p m Witnessed Accident Mrs John Stahr a vacationer from Boone Iowa witnessed the accident and said that Lapiner NATE LAPINER vas evidently trying to untangle lis fishing dine from thepropellor of the outboard motor when he ell into the water At first she thought Mr Lapiner lad jumped into the water but he came up and began shouting for help The force of the fall had pushed the boat beyond his reach Mrs Stahr ran to her husband vho was fishing on a dock but he ould do nothing at the timebe cause there were no boats in the area Remained Afloat Lapiner was reported to have tayed up for several minutes but ank before help arrived Several persons in the area started to dive or him but were unable to find nim Authorities arrived at the scene t 7 p m and searched until i m before the body was located bout 200 yards off shore from the tate dock which is located about lalf a mile west of the golf course The water was about 14 or 15 eet deep Relatives said he could swim enough to reach the boat but itwas thought he either became panicky or had a heart attack Hundreds Line Shore Hundreds of persons lined the north shore while the sheriffs officers and lake patrolmen dragged the lake for the body Mr Lapiner was born in Russia May 14 1892 the son of Mr and Mrs Ben Lapiner He first entered the automobile wrecking business and finally the automobile busi1 ness in 1921 Surviving are 3 daughters Mrs HarryGelt 40 River Heights1 drive Mrs Bernard 15th N E and Mrs Leon D Ten enbaum Waterloo Their mother the former Dora Richer to whom GlobeGazette photo by Sorlien MIGHTY Mighty Eagle was the name given W EL Nicholas Iowas lieutenant governor when he was inducted into the Sac Fox In dian tribes by Chief George Young Bear Mrs Young Bear placed the headdress on Nicholas at the Clear Lake centennial celebration Thousands Attend Lake Centennial Clear gathered in Clear Lake Saturday and Sun day to help celebrate its centennial and watch the festivities including a mammoth pageant written pro duced directed and acted exclus ively by Clear Lake residents Clear Lake placed second to tin Okoboji contingent in the yach regatta but Itput no damper on the festivities A balloon ascension and parachute went off sue cessfully both afternoons with th parachutist landing in fields abou two miles north of the town Lt Gov W H Nicholas was ac cepted into the Sac and Fox In dian tribes Saturday afternoon by Chief George Young Bear o Tama The chiefs wife presented a feathered headdress to the Ma son Cityan arid a bracelet on which two pairs of eagles flanked two American flags Thechief conferred the name KeCheKeTiWa on Nicholas meaning Eagle he said becauseof me lieutenant gover nors outstanding work for his people Indian ceremonial dances band concerts antiques and many displays of in store windows also gave visitors something of spe aal interest to see on both days Che displays included farm ma chinery and others brought to lear Lake especially for the cen ennial The pageant in Lions field Sat urday and Sunday nights was the lighlight of the celebration and was acclaimed for its professional standards The cast of more than 100 portrayed the happenings of a century on the shores of Clear Lake Hospital Aides Back to Work Minneapolis 300 A L service workers went back to heir jobs in Minneapolis hospitals Monday after a court order was ssued making the hospitals take back workers who participated in a recent3day strike Mr Lapiner was married Nov 28 914 died several years ago Other surviving relatives in clude two sisters Mrs Anne Sig man 502 4th N E and Mrs David Feshbeck New York City and 4 grandchildren and nephews and nieces Lapiner was a meiiiber of the Adas Israel synagog BNai BRith odge and the Masons The Major funeral home was in harge King Leopold Surrenders His Throne Brussels Belgium Leopold IIIof Belgium surren dered Monday the throne he hell for 17 unhappy years and urgec his people to rally around his elder son who now becomes King Bau douin I solemn words counsel to his son delivered befbr an assemblage of 200 Belgian gov ernment leaders had overtones o sorrow After years of tragedy an bitterness Leopold now puttin aside his crown begged the Be gians to support his so loyally and unselfishly Baudouin 20 takes the roya oath Tuesday before parliamenl In the intervening 24 hours the cabinet holds the royal power All About rAII ADOUl The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy with thundershowers in the vicinity Monday night turning cooler during the night Low Monday night near 64 Mostly cloudy with occasional showers Tues day high near 78 Partly cloudy with scattered thundershowers Monday night and Tuesday Cooler north por tion Tuesday Low Monday night 6575 High Tuesday 80 north 90 south Further out look Partly cloudy with a few scattered showers and cooler most of state Wednesday After noon high temperatures Wed nesday 80 to 84 Thursday prob ably fair Minnesota Partly cloudy Monday night with a few showers and cooler extreme south portion Tuesday partly cloudy local showers near southern border Low Monday night near 55 north to 6065 south High Tuesday near 75 north to 7580 south GlobeGazette weather data up o 8 a m Monday Maximum 90 Minimum 66 At 8 a m 69 recipitation trace YEAR AGO Maximum 81 Minimum 61 GlobeGazette weather data up o 8 a m Sunday Maximum Minimum At 8 a m Maximum Sundav EAR AGO Maximum Minimum 82 60 75 90 78 57 Twin Kansas Cities Winning Battle to Contain Flood Iran Orders Martial Law After 15 Killed By EDGAR E CLARK Tehran Iran government clamped martial law on Tehran Monday after communist riots in which 15 per sons were killed Procommunist organizations were ordered closed The riots Sunday came as W Averell Harriman President Trumans personal envoy arrived here from Washington to try to start negotiations between Great Brit ain and Iran to solve the oil nationalization crisis Police reported only 4 persons killed in the riots But a United Press check of pitals showed the total to be 15 with 3 other persons near death The total given as 353 of injured was Adding to an already tense sit uation were reports soviet troops were concentrating on Irans north eastern border approximately 100 miles from Tehran Usually reli able Iranian sources said troops were brought into the Russian frontier townof As tara on the eastern coast of the Caspian sea A soviet warship also was reported anchored off the same seaport Guards Posted Police confiscated all copies of two procommunist dailies Monday and suspended their publication Mil i t a r y authorities closed the partisans of peace headquarters an organization said to be the focal point of all communist groups in the country Police and military guards were posted around the building The clash occurred in majlis parliament square when com munists demonstrating a g a i n st HarrimaB who they called a no torious warmonger were blocked by police Groups of national front pistols and carbines over the head of the crowd Crowd Flees With the first volley one dem onstrator dropped shot through the head Police continued firing at least 100 rounds a minute Then the light tanks their cannon muz zles covered but with their ma chine guns manned umbled into the square The crowd began to flee in terror The police charged behind the tanks with clubs and sabres swinging Within two minutes the square was cleared of demonstra tors and police began to clear stragglers out of the side streets supporters Mohammed backers of Mossadeghs ment attacked the from side streets Premier govern communists Police fired tear gas shells into the communist demonstrators ranks to disperse them Thfccommunists who demanded HammsnJfiave Iran Jafnediately stripped flags and posters from poles and staves theywere carry ing and charged the police Mounted and foot police driven from the square butre formed infrontof the parliament building and opened fire with Disqualify Red Bail Collector New lork federal judge Monday disqualified the cm rights congress bail fund and its millionaire secretary Frederick Vanderbilt Field from posting bail f of any communist leaders charg ed with violating the Smith act Judge Sylvester J Ryan order ed 14 indicted lower echelon leaders of communist party now free in bail supply by the fund to post new ban by noon Tues day PRINCESS LOSES London Elizabeth has shed 20 royal pounds since January through a strict diet in preparation for her Canadian and American tour friends said Mon day The princess has given up all starchy foods and desserts Madge Meredith Free to Resume Movie Job Los Angeles dith is free Monday to resume the movie career a prison term inter rupted if Hollywood wants her Even before the petite 30year ild brunettewas released from ehachapi womens prison Sun day her birthday a producer hint ed that movieland might be in efested Kerry Wald of RKO studios where Miss Meredith made her ast picture before her conviction n a bizarre criminal case had this o say Considered Since Gov Earl Warren felt that in the interests of justice she e released immediately I see no eason why she should not be onsidered for any movie rcle for vhich she is suited Miss Meredith formerly of Iowa Falls la said she looked forward o resuming her acting career if ley3 have me As she was met by her sister Irs Wilma S a n n a r of Los Ingeles at the prison gates the ormer actress said this just has o be the happiest1 day of my life Miss Meredith and 3 men were onvicted of the 1947 kidnapbeat ng of her former manager Nich las Gianaclis and his bodyguard erne Davis The actress claimed she was ramed but conviction was pheld on appeal The sentence was 5 years to life She served 3 years and one month before Gov Warren on Saturday commuted her sentence to the time aireadv served and ordered her immedi ate release A Mockery Recently a sub committee investigating the case declared that the trial was a mockery of Justice Gianaclis told a reporter over the weekend that Im happy for her and I hold nothing against her but said he does not expec to see her now that shes free Miss Meredith as she left Te hachapi said of Gianaclis I never want to see him again as long a I live President to Fly West on Tuesday Kansas City twin of Kansas City Mo and Kansas City Kansapparently were win ning their fight to contain the dis astrous flood that has inundated 4 industrial districts but a rag ing fife that started 72 hours ago still burned undhecked Although the crest of the flood had passed and was well down the Missouri river water stood as much as 15 feet deep in the major flooded areas with the prospect relief would come slowly As Kansas City operated on a state emergency following thena tions costliestflood these rapid fire developments highlighted the picture 1 Missouris governor ant ieu tenant governor got into a row over whether the national guard shouldbe called outto aid the stricken city 2 The house in Washington voted a 825000000 emergency re lief fund for use in floodstricken Missouri and Kansas 3 President Truman decided to fly west Tuesday to make a per sonal survey of theflood ravaged areas He probably as Jar west as Manhattan Kans 4 Kansas City business oper ated on sharply restricted hours Three hundred square blocks in cluding the citys main downtown area were closed to privately op erated vehicles Pedestrians and public transit vehicles were al lowed in the area The action waa taken to clear the way for emer gency units Into Oklahoma 5 The flood from the Nedsho river in southeast Kansas poured into Oklahoma isolating the city of Miami population The rowbetween wthe governor and lieutenant governor developed after the governor refused to call out the guard and lieutenant governor ordered it out afterfthe governor left the state Gov Forrest Smith now in Washington had refused to order outthe guardsmen Sunday before leaving Jeffersoja City on the ground the legislature had not appropriated funds to paypthe men After city officials appealed again Sundaywith the city oper ating on a state of emefgencyand Dusiness and travelrestricted Lt ov Blai governor ordered guard on duty i McGRATH TO SPEAK liuhuque Gen eral J Howard McGrath wl speak here Oct 11 at the annual Columbus day dinner Harry Ryan grand knight of the Knights of Columbus group here said Sat urday SAME Black nag means traffic death la last 24 I CROWDS OVERFLOW AT historical pageant which was the highlight of Clear Lakes centen nial celebration played to overflow crowds both Saturday and Sunday evenings Attendance was estimated at more than 7000 Saturday evening and more than 9000 Sun day The pageant was written directed and presented ex GlobeGazcte photo by Sorlien clusively by Clear Lake residents except for the Indians who came from the reservation at Tama 31air said Smith had ordered Brig Sen John AJHaxris not p issue the Blair commented at thetime am quite sure knowingthelegis ature as Ildothat there no dbjectionto meeting the cost of any help the state can give Kansas City in its time of need Without Pay Many of the guardsmen already have been on duty for days as vol unteers without pay While this dispute raged and the city felt the full force ot the re strictions the areas most famous cided to fly to the area Tuesday for a first hand inspection Meanwhile the flooding Neosho river poured its overload out of Kansas and into Oklahoma cut ting off the city of Miami population 12000 from the re mainder of the state Two thou sand persons were made homeless there plus the 70000 the Red Cross has estimated were home less in Missouri and Kansas Business hours were curtailed sharply in downtown Kansas City Monday and all private motor vehicles barred from a 300 block area which included the down own business district The crest of the flood already was far down the Missouri river m its way to the Mississippi at St Louis but water still was 15 feet deep in most of the flooded areas of the 4 submerged indus rial districts of metropolitan Kansas City Officials predicted it would be Wednesday at the earli est before the water would re ede sufficiently to permit the tart of cleanup work The white house said the presi dent would fly over the flood area far enough to see the whole picture Tuesday probably as far vest as Manhattan Kans Still Critical The water situation was still ritical in Kansas City Mo Here ic Turkey creek pumping sta on which normally handles two hirds of the supply still was ooded Because of the water shortage ity officials enforced the state of mergency order which permitted etail stores to open only between a m and p m Mon ay Other establishments were ;

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