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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 20, 1951, Mason City, Iowa                                North lows Doily Newspoper lor CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NIWSPAMR THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS N E I 6 H 0 It S HOME EDITION VOL LVn Prcu United JCrtw full Ctnto Copy MASON CITY IOWA FK1DAY JULY 1951 Fapr Coniiiti of Two tit U S Wont Submit to Reds UN Supports American Decision to Stay in Korea CUT LOCK FROM SAFEC L Peterson right cashier of and Savings bank inspects a section of the door that had to be cut out to gain entrance to the vault of the Lakqta branch of the bank Burglars Thursday morning attempted to crack the safe by drilling 3 holes next to the lock but one of the drills tripped an emergency lock Paul Richardson left Lakota welder a n d C C Gerzema Lakota cashier look on Fingerprints Discovered at Lakota Bank Officers investigating the unsu cessful bank burglary at Lakot said Friday in Mason City tha they had some suspects in the cas and had found 3 fingerprin which were being checked Burglars unsuccessfully tried 1 crack the vault of the Lakota branch of the Buffalo Center Trus and Savings bank early Thursda morning Three holes were drille in the vault leading to the safetj deposit boxes but one of the dril mapped the automatic lock Officers who declined to b Identified said they were not lure whether the 3 fingerprin discovered belonged to bank em ployes or the burglars They said they were surprisec that no one in Lakota heard th burglars when they tried to cracl the vault The burglars worked i pretty strong light the officers laid because a lighted electri clock rah all night in the back The officers said there hai been a wave of safecrackin jobs in Iowa recently Invest gators are attempting to link th Lakota burglary with others which occurred in Kossuth and Winne bago counties earlier this year Police Report Breakup of Big Dope Ring Chicago Friday re ported the arrest of 4 men am two women and the breakup of a dope ring which they said sup plied narcotics to hundreds of ad dicts including high school stu dents The 6 were seized in a twodaj roundup after police were giver information by two 15year6k Flower Technical high schoo addicts Police said that several other pupils in the school had recently become ad dicts that the mother of girls had received an anonymous telephone call Wed nesday saying that her daughter was an addict She took her daughter to police and the girl told that a woman had been sell ing her heroin at S250 a capsule Police seized the woman Mary Lou Cox 24 after they had ar ranged a meeting between her and the girl Police Lieut Thomas Brennan said Miss Cox named two 19 yearold youths who had been supplying her with drugs They arc Joseph Grieco and Joseph Galassi identified by police as agents of the ring Lieut Thomas Brennan said the two high school girls told him Grieco had taken them on dates about a month ago and first gave them liquor then marijuana cig arets and later heroin Later police seized Eldrcd Wad lihgton Jr 30 whom Brennan described as a dealer in drugs on a wholesale scale in Chicago and two Negroes Sam Kirkland 27 and Miss MayeUe Buckner 22 The 6 were held without charge The two high school girls were placed in the juvenile home CIVIL WAR WIDOW DIES Onawa Alice Van dervert 95 widow of Mononn countys last surviving Civil war veteran died Thursday Services will be conducted here Saturday Her husband Theodore Vandcr wt died In 1937 Franco Picks New Cabinet for West By LOUIS NEVIN Madrid Francisco Franco appointe a newcabinet Thursday night in a bid for American dollar and closer tieswith the noncommunist west Highly placed sources said also that the new cabinel which is strongly monarchist would place a long on Spain throne The throne has been vacant since Alfonso Xm fie 1931 Restoration of th l monarchy is expected to com Germany s Last Crown Prince Dies Eldest Son of War I Kaiser Hechinjen Germanr serial Germanys last crown princ Friederich Wilhelm of Hohen at his little villa hen early Friday after a long illness He was 69 Eldest son of Germanys kaiser Wilhehu II Prince Wilhelm sinci World war II had lived in near eclusion here within sight of a lilltop Hohenzollern castle which he could not afford to run Led at Verdun In World war I hewas in nom nal general staff ex erts constantly at his ie German army in the bloody arnage of Verdun After the eroic French stand had stemmed ie German offensive he was ticked upstairs to command of an army group He followed his abdicating ather into exile in Holland re laining there 5 years Allowed ack ii Germany in 1923 he ettied down to managing the vasl lohenzollern estates Russian oc upation after World war II took most of them from him The crown prince who was a irect descendant of Queen Vic oria occasionally received for ign guests in his last years and welt on his favorite much better off Germany would avc been if the Hohenzollern monarchy had not been deposed 1918 The crown prince had been in rail health He suffered a severe cart attack several weeks ago nd at first made a promising re overy but took a turn for the orse during the past few days Not in Time An urgent phone call sum ioncd Crown Princess Cecilie rom her home at Bad Kissingen hursday night but she did not rrive before the end A heart specialist gave the ause of death as arterial sclcr As head of ouse Wilhelm his eximperial made his last irmal public appearance at the arriage of his daughter Princess ecilie to interior decorator Clyde arris of Amarillo Texas One of his sons Prince Louis crdinand studied American au motive manufacturing in Detroit cforo the last vnr In recent ears he has operated a sales ency for an American company Bremen DEWEY INSPECTS FARMS Manila P I Thomas E Dewey of New York aid a brief visit Firday to Baguio ity the Philippines summer cap al and later inspected farms car Manila I only after long and delicate nego tiations Franco himself remainsaschie of state gov The shakeup came shortly after the visit to Spain of American senators representing the foreign relations committee and of Adm Forrest Sherman S navj chief who reportedly reached basic agreement with Franco on American use of Spanish nava and air bases Military Reasons President Truman told his news conference Thursday that theU S has somewhat warmed its pol icy toward Spam mainly for mili tary reasons Britain and Frano Spain Unchanged by Francos Shakeup British Officials Say London officials expressed the view Friday Gen eralissimo Francos shakeup of the Spanish cabinet leaves the political character of his regime unchanged Informants in fclose touch with official foreifn office opinion said the Spanish cabinet changes are of an administrative rather than a political character These British views were based on reports received from this countrys diplomats mission in Madrid lave announced their opposition o closer U S ties with Spain even though limited to military fields In addition to the return of the monarchy other changes expect ed to make the regime moreac eptableto western public opin pn and pave the way for U S oans include 1 Greater freedom of the press with liberty to criticize eyery hing except the Homan Catholic church Franco and the funda mentallaws of the realm 2 Greater participation bythe ortes parliament in state af airs At present the cortesis ittle more than a rubber stamp ts rules probably will be amend d to give it more power to criti ize the government 3 A general amnesty for polit cal prisoners who are now free n conditional liberty Country Poor Spains desperate economic sit ation looms large behind Trances new policy The country as been wallowing in the eco omic doldrums for many years The people are finding it more nd more difficult to make a liv ng American diplomatic represen atives in Madrid and Francos epresentative in Washington have ong been telling him that Ameri an aid for depressed Spain would ome only after he made some oncessions toward liberalizing the egime The generalissimo summoned is old cabinet immediately after onferring with the 8 senators uly 13 He told the ministers they crc being fired so he could ap oint a new group to orient Weather Blacks Out Truce Talk 1 Issue Bars an Agreement BY EGBERT EUNSON Munsan Korea Korean armistice talks focus of world hopes for peace took a back seat Friday to the weather A flash flood turned a creek 10 miles south of the Kaesong con ference site into a raging torrent and barred jeeps carrying United Nations delegates to the truce city Twenty newsmen and service personnel crossed the stream earlier and reached Kaesong They returned by late afternoon Bad weather also grounded the helicopters in which UN delegates usually travel the 14 airline miles to Kaesong Crucial Phase The 8th session between UN and communist regarded as crucial in this first phase of the peace postponed until 6 p m C S T Friday A single major issue bars agree ment on an agenda which would permit the armistice talks to move xito the second phase While therehas been official silence at the UN advance camp iere both communist and high United States sources have made clear that the knot was tied by red demands for withdrawal of all foreign troops from Korea Communist radios in Pyong yang the red Korean capital Peiping and Moscow have dinned Mstheme And in Washington U S Sec retary ol State Acheson a UN force nmsfremaininKoreauntil a genuine peace has been firmly KING ABDULLAH Assassin Kills King Abdullah in Jerusalem New Troubles for Middle East By FRED J ZUSY Cairo Abdullah of Jordan was assassinated Friday as he was entering a Mosque in Jerusalem f The killing promised new dif ficulties in the middle east for Britain already harried by the Iranian oilcrisis The British put Abdullah on the Jordan thrpne after World war II and supplied funds to his government and its strong Arab legion Abdullah 69 was shot and killed at the entrance of the Nameaqsa mosque in the old city of Jerusalem the British foreign office said The government radio established Acheson in a statement con firmed that the communist dele gation as Kaesong has raised the question of the withdrawal of all loreign forces from Korea in con nection with an He idded The United Nations command delegation has stated that it can not go into this question whichis 17 Nations Determined Not to Quit Acheson Tells of Allied View By DONALD J GONZALES United Press Staff Correspondent Washington UPJ United States decision to call the com munists hand by refusing to dis cuss pulling foreign troops out of Korea was supported by the 16 other nations whose troops are fighting there The American determination not to knuckle under to the com munist demand even at the price of continuing the Korean war wasexpressed Thursday night by Secretary of State Dean Acheson with President Trumans approv al It was timed to beat the start of the showdown truce session at Kaesong Reliable informants said the other allied nations agreed with the American view that accept ance of the redtroop withdrawal demand would only spark fur ther red aggression in Moat Remain It there is an effective armis tice a United Nations force must remain in Korea until a genuine peace has been firmly established and the Korean people have as surance that they can work out their future free from the fear of aggression Acheson said Acheson recalled that American j occupation forces were pulled out1 of Korea once before in good faith but the communists never1 theless committed aggression The background of the decision to risk more war over the troop issue traces directly to suspicion about red motives and the experi death of the bearded leader said Abdullahs second son 35 year old prince Naif has been named tem porarily as prince regent The crown prince Tallal 40 has been under treatment forr a nervous disorder In olitical and can only be ettiedby the United Nations and the governments concerned Ridxway Gen Matthew BBidgway su Ireme allied commander re urned to Korea Thursday from okyo after the Kaesong meeting roke up so abruptly He flew to okyo night A UN spokesman told newsmen after the close of Thursdays brief th no progress session I think we will come to an greement at the next meeting r there will anair of finality bout the disagreement The fact that only one issue bars an acceptable agenda indicated lat the two delegations had agreement on such tmes ons as the significance of para el 38 separating north and south vorea exchange of prisoners reatica of a buffer zone effec ve time of a ceasefire order nd possibly the supervision of nemy territory by neutral groups uring the ceasefire Such agreement on agenda items mean only that the oppos Mullahs Moslem priests chant d verses of the Mohammedan Koran over the Amman radio in mourning as soon as the news was announced Friday is the Moslem Sabbath The king claimed direct descent from the family of the Prophet Mohammed the assassin wasidentified as Mustafa ShaMr He was said to have been shot dead Abdullahs violent death ended Korea American occupation troops were withdrawn from South Korea On June 29 6 months after Kussia pulled her forces out of North Korea The Korean war began June 25 1950 Fake Lull The allies are suspicious that the reds are hammering on with drawing troops 1 to start a new attack on South Korea if they could win their way 2 to build up manpower and supplies for a new offensive during a fake lull in the fighting and 3 to use the Kaesong talks for purposes The American view al ied troops can be pulled back to Japan and other nearby bases only after a secure political set tlement is reached in Korea This would not be possible during ari LOVES ARMY Duane George Freclcer left 13yearold soldier stationed in Hawaii writeshis mother Mrs Marguerite Frecker of Tucson Ariz that he loves army Me He was born in Mich Jan 3 1938 enlisting at Tucson last April giving his bifthdate as 1932 His mother believes he is learning more in the army than he would in high school Lieut Col Walter M Big gins Jr interviewsFrecker Mason City Gains in Official Population Des census lig ures for Iowa cities and towns were released by the census bu reau to Iowa Secretary of State Melvin Synhorst Friday The population figures released by census bureau officials a year ago as will in most cases be the official figure In the case of Mason City how ever the official figure is 27980 ascompafedwith a prelimlrkry County Salaries Depend onNew Population Rise Moines State CMelvin BrSynhorsY said figure of 27596 The official 1940 Friday the salaries of count offi nun fa 20 Iowa coimtiei jjjj revised upward downward population was 27 080 The official figures for Iowas larger cities were reported as fol lows 1 Des Moines 177965 2 Sioux 83991 3 Davenport 74549 4 Cedar Rapids 72296 5 Waterloo 65198 6 Dubuque 49671 7 Council Bluffs 45429 8 Ottumwa 33631 9 Burlington 30613 10 Clinton 30379 26210 a reign marked by strife The king mistice negotiations but woulil wore a silver dagger always at Ms belt but presided over his country with oriental serenity Independent A turbaned little man swathed in flowing robes Abdullah was constantly a thorn in the side of other Arab rulers because of his independence A staunch friend of the British who brought him to power and subsidized Ids strategi cally situated country he often electedto play a lone hand in the complex politics of the Middle East 1L Mason City 27980 12Iowa City 27212 13 Fort Dodge 25115 await certainty that the reds had learned their lesson on the Ko rean battlefields This might take 14 Ames 22898 12555 15 Marshalltown 19821 19240 Among North Iowa cities and towns listed were within a few days The salary changeswill result 159 819 fDecause two or ojTM losses in population by 20 of the counties sufficient to place them in different population brackets than before and a provision in the state law setting cpuntybifi cials1 salaries according to popula tion brackets Salaries will go upinBlade Hawk Buena Vista Cerro Gordcr Clinton DesMoinesDubuque Johnson Story and Wapello coun ties The pay will godown in Adams Appanbose Clarke Craw ford Davis Harrison Lyon Mills Washington and Wright 66039 62120 51743 43892 41439 31570 25832 27080 17183 22904 years Iowa Falls Soldier Killed in Action Iowa Richard Wil liams 22 has been killecT in action in Korea according to a telegram received by his parents Mr and Mrs Leo Williams who live northeast of Owasa He had been Abdullah joined with the other Korea less than 3 weeks when Arab states when they made war he was killed upoiithe budding state of Israel inMay 1948 a war which lasted ig parties have agreed on what tpja year and never officially has alk about not settled the issues Englishman Adds to Kansas Flood Fund New York Ambas ador to the U S Sir Oliver S ranks turned the proceeds of an rticle he wrote for Look magazine ver to the mayors of Kansas City an and Kansas City Mo for ood relief The article was en tied Dont Sell Your Partners hort peace settlement He emerged UTom the war with a large slice of what had been Pal estine including the old shrine area inthe walled city of Jeru salem and the city of Jericho storied in the Bible Last Monday in Amman Riad El Solh foreign minister of Le banon was killed by Syrian nat ionalists The act touched off riots in Lebanon Avhere Solh was a leading political figure He had long been an opponent of Ab dullahs greater Syria ambitions pains policy closer to the United ates Church Intervenes The Roman Catholic church ncerned over mounting unrest mong Spains povertystricken asses also has been pressing for forms and had warned the gov nment that it had responsibili es toward the people Before the monarchy is re rned Spain must the tal claims of the Bourbon pre nder Don Juan presently living exile in Lisbon Portugal the pporters of his son 13yearold uan Carlos Franco is said to be determined at Don Juan son of the late ing Alfonso XIII shall not oc py the throne Insistent rumors y that the council of the repub an may proclaim the boy heir the throne with Franco as re nt With Spanish law requiring king to be 30 that would pro do a long regency i He was drafted last January and sent to Fort Riley Kans for training In May he was home on a 12day furlough He was sent to Japan then to Korea and he had informed his parents that he was about 25 miles north of the 38th parallel Besides Ms parents he is sur vived by a sister Mrs Glenn Wohlford of Geneva and a bro ther Arthur at home Algona 1950 5415 Charles City 10309 Clear Lake 4979 Decorah 6060 Ernmetsburg 3760 Estherville 6719 Hampton 4432 Oelwein 7858 1940 4954 8681 3764 5303 6374 5651 4006 7801 Sen Hickenlooper Named as Delegate on Japanese Treaty Washington Senator Hick enlooper RIowa was named by counties All About The Weather President Truman 10man BULLETIN CREDIT EXTENDED Washinston house voted Friday to extend the time for making payments on the purchase of new and used auto mobiles from 15 to 21 months North lowahs Land at Frisco Saturday San Francisco largest shipload of American ever returned from the Korean fight including 28 Ipwans is sched uled to arrive here Saturday aboard the navy transport Gen eral William Weigel Listed among the 4109 army enlisted men 212 array officers and 28 navy officers aboard the ship are these men from North Iowa being sent home for leave and reassignment under the rota tion plan Capt Leroy R Anderson 706 Polk S W Mason City Pfc John P Haag Graettinger Cpl Beale H Hermann Charles City Pfc Leonard W Linderman Cresco Sgt Edward F Mettille Corwith Sgt Keith L Rueckert Union SAME Black means traffic death In 34 hours FREE ON BOND Grundy Center Christenson Marshalltown was the United itates at the signing of Japanese peace treaty in San Francisco Sept4 Hickenlooper also was named as a representatiire to sign the proposed AustralianNew Zea landUnited States security treaty Secretary bf State Acheson Ambassador John Foster Dulles Senator Connally DTexas and Senator Wiley RWis will be the chief delegates for the Jap anese treaty The other delegates with power to act as alternates include Senators Sparkman H Alexander Smith RN George DGa and Reps Rich ards DS and Vorys R For the AustralianNew Zea landUnited States security treaty Sparkman Smith George and Reps Mansfield D Mont and Judd Senators Sparkman Smith George and Hickenlooper are members relations eastern affairs Free Rides Scarce Stratford Ont 51year West old wouldbe hitchhiker walked 35 miles from Goderich to Mitchell Ont without getting a lift Found asleep by the roadside he was sheltered overnight at the police station here and was last free under bond Friday oniseen doggedly trying to thumb his a theft charge Iway home to Toronto Mason City Partly cloudy with occasional thundershowers Fri day night Low Friday night 62 to 66 Partly cloudy and warmer Saturday with occasional dershowers Saturday evening High Saturday 88 to 92 Iowa Partly cloudy warmerex treme northeast with scattered thundershowers mostly in north portion Friday night Low Fri day night 60 to 65 northeast70 to 75 southwest Saturday partly cloudy warm and humid with Fridav on a scattered High to represent Saturday 87 to 92 northeast 90 to 95 southwest Southeast to south winds 1520 M P H Sat urday Further Outlook ParQy cloudy scattered showers most ly east portion a little cooler northwest Sunday Partly cloudy arid a little cooler southeast Monday Iowa 5Day Weather Outlook Temperatures will average slightly below to near normal Normal high 89 north 91 south Normal low 64 north 66 south Warmer Saturday Cooler Sun day Warmer Monday through Wednesday Showers Friday Friday night and again Monday through Wednesday will average i to i inch Minnesota Partly cloudy and warmer witn scattered thunder showers Friday night Saturday partly cloudy scattered showers probably ending extreme north west warmer southeastportion Low Friday night 5560 north east 6065 southwest High Sat urday 8085 northwest 8590 southeast GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Friday Maximum 82 Minimum 59 At 8 a m 64 Precipitation J YEAR AGO Maximum ft Minimum 31 of the senate foreign subcommittee on far   

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