Mason City Globe Gazette, July 26, 1951

Mason City Globe Gazette

July 26, 1951

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 26, 1951, Mason City, Iowa North Newspaper far MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NIWSPAFIR THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION YOL LTH AuocliM Frew and United Full LMM Onto Copyt MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JULY 1151 CouiitU of Two Congress Moves ainst Meat By MARVIN L ARKOWSMITU v WatUniton May Car said Thursda he is confident congress will niov to blockmeat black markets b scrappingthe flat ban it votedo livestock slaughter quotas Senator Bricker tol reporters he will help lead a fight to put such a bai into effectXHe said scuttling o wouldnt help cur black markets at all Maybank is chairman and Brick member of a senatenous conference committee assigned th lob7of ironing out differences be tween separate economic controls extension bills passcfd bythetiyc branches of congress The com meets againThursday bu members were uncertain whethe the slaughter quota issue will conn up nbvv or later Ordinarily j conference jcommit tees dealonly with the differences in bills passed bythetwohouses But Maybank announced after his groups first meeting Wednesday that theconferees bad decided to explore the Idea of altering one provisionwhich is identical in the two controls bills This provision would require the office 6f price stabilization to its present program of fixing the number of livestock ani mals individual packers may each month OPS says the program is based on the tota number of animals available anc that itis designed to keep fly bynight slaughterers from creat ing black markets by illegally biddingup prices beyond the ceil ing OPS Report on Slaughter Unheard of Here Afieport from the Des Mbines OPS office E Decker and Sons plan to ship livestock from the Kansas City ana to the plant in Mason Citycanvas news to the Mason City management We do not expect it to have much effect on our operations commented P J Thocgerspn general manager Oty plant of the Mason Me said that cattle are not avail able at the ceiling price in Mason City and are not available at that price in Kansas City All the hogs in this area he added The Mason City plant in the past has shipped in cattle from Kansas City when a glut on that market forced the price down The OPS release stated that re vision of slaughter quotas because of the flood conditions at Kansas City did not permit Iowa packers and wholesalers to increase theiri prices j Tavern Aide Held for Loot of Iowa Bank V FBI Catches Him With Omaha iBhiffs la tavern managerwasinjail hereThursday under bond charged in connection with the burglary ofr the McClelland Iowa sanklast bureau of investigation agents arrested Sam Rocha Wednesday at an Oma raOroad station Under hisarm a file From it the FBI men pulled 500 J S savings bonds of them identified as UN Red Delegates Agree on Armistice Parley Limitations AP Wirephoto WOMAN SPECTATOR JOINS HONOR woman spectator right a frontrow position as she lined up with the honor guard when General Douglas Mac haviiag Arthur walked from the South station in Boston Wednesday The Maj Gen Daniel E Duncan of Fort Devens Mass extreme left in charge of the honor guard accompanies Clelland bank Within 3hours after his arrest Jocha was taken before U S Commissioner M O Cunningham on a complaint filed earlier Wed lesday at Des Moines It charged itocha on two counts entering a bank to commit a felonyand theft of property in custody of a bank To Cunningham set a preliminary learing for 10 ai ni Friday after that Rocha probably will be trans erred to the Ottumwa jail pend ng trial j Rocha unmarried is manager o the Railroad Mans dub in cil Bluffs The FBI said Rocha ecord showed only minor of enses He had beenarrested times for drunkeness The Council Bluffs man dis the general claimed any knowledge of the patents of the package he car ied He said he had been offered 400 to deliver it to aman in the Jurlington station He said he did not know the identities of either tie man whomade the offer or the man to whom delivery was to e made The McClelland bank was en ered by burglars who jimmied a window to enter the customers obby They couldnt open the sank safes but were able to punch be vault door combinations to each safety deposit boxes Bonds Identified James Dal ton agent uv charge needed to operate can be bought f the Omaha FBI office said 187000 of the recovered bonds were identified by their serial umbers as stolen the Mc lelland bank The remainder of the had also been traced o bank customers he added Daltoh said the FBI began atching Rocha after it was overed that he had access to a ar seen in McClelland before robbery Mac Makes Attack By JAMES F KING Boston Douglas Mac Arthur has thrown himself into the 1952 presidential fight as a candidate or least in the eyes of Massachusetts poli ticians Both republican and demo cratic leaders see the 71yearold general as far from fading away after he opened a twoday tour of the bay state with a bristling attack on administration policies and domestic Serves Notice And MacArthur claiming neither partisanaffili ation nor political purpose1 served defiant notice he intends to raise my voice as loudandas often as I believe it to be in the interest of the American Whether the general hopes to run himself merely take the stump as a champion for tiis divided opin ions MacArthur chose a bipartisan Massachusetts re publican senate and a democratic lash out Wednesday night with one of the bitterest at acks on American policy since President Truman fired him from lis far eastern commands The general charged mat United States has ho for Jorea or at home While skirtihg around the cur ent ceasefire negotiations under way in Kaesong he declared Now that the fighting has tem lorarily abated the outstanding mpression which emerges from thescene is the utter uselessness f the enormous sacrifices in life nd limb which has resulted MacArthur contended the re sult of the war in Korea has been indecisive and charged Russian propaganda completely dominates American foreign policy for This The general said one of the rea sons for his ouster was1 for offer ing to meet the enemy com mander atany time to discuss ac ceptable terms of a cease fire ar rangement Yet he added with a tone of sarcasm for this proposal I was relieved of my command by the same authorities who since have received so enthusiastically the i denticar proposal when made by the soviet But MacArthur struck out even more drew some Bradley Cager Went Shopping for Fixes By JERRY LISKA ugly spreading story of college bas Peoria ni ketbalT bribery Thursday fixed its shady glare on an all American player at Bradley university who went shopping for games to fix last season Gene Squeaky Melchiorre graduated king pin of Bradleys nationally renowned teams the past two seasons was accused by the New York district attorneys office of visiting New York last v e m b e r to tell gambling lenchmen he had 3 other ley players lined up to manipu late scoring at a game The fact on in only one gamelast season after abVanirched 194950 campaign in which at least 9 Bradley games were gamblertouched did not lessen the disgusting aspects of Melchiorres business deal last season Melchiorre during the season talked with gamblers over some 10 to 12 Bradley games Boldly Made Vincent A G OConnor ai sistant New York district attor ney disclosed Wednesday nigh that there was boldlymade con tact between Melchiorre and Nick of his loudest in de nouncing policies on the home Players Asked to Appear Before New York Grand Jury Peoria HI The Peoria county states attorney Thursday disclosed that the 5 Bradley bas ketball players involved in a Series of tames fixes have been asked to appear before a New York grand jury Michel Shore the states at torney said an attorney for the 5 players was expected to fire an answer either late Thursday or Friday as to whether they would comply irith the request by the New York district attor neys office The 5 Gene Mel chiorre BiS Mann Aaron Bdd Grover and Jim were closeted for more than an hour in the hotel room of Tincent A G OConnor as sistant New York district attor ney The meeting also was at tended by Shore OConnor and the players attorney John Sul livan the Greek Englisis and Jack West a pair of gamblers through out the 194950 and 195051 sea sons wu w i j At one time OConnor said En With emphasis he cnticizednsgiisis and West appeared at Pe ing taxes inflation and what he oria in the 194950 season and called a threat to the system ofhr AP Wirephoto OFF HIGH derrick lowered this horse from the roof of a building in the Armourdale district of Kan sas City Wednesday liberating the animal that apparent ly swarn there 10 days ago during the record flood The horse was watered and fed regularly until provisions could be made for its rescue which was a ticklish job be cause the sling slipped several times The horse was tak en to ft humane society shelter to await its owner free enterprise Battle Casualties in Moderate Rise Washington U S battle casualties in Korea reach ed 79723 Thursday an increase of 584 since last week The increase was the third low est since the defense departments first summary issued last August SAME Black fltf meani put in lured Melchiorre out of a secre Bradley practice session with message that his uncle from Chi cago is here to see A total of was paid to at leasts players the past two sea sons for control of point spreads in Bradley games Already con fessing implication are Melchi orre Aaron Preece Jim Kelly Bill Mann and Bud Grover Another Questioned Another player Fred Schlict man who like Kelly will be a re turning senior next school term was to be questioned by OConnor and Peoria County States Attor ney Michael Shore Thursday Schlictman has been vacationing at Mackinac Island Mich the guest of Bradley President Blair Owen with whom he resides with several other students on the Bradley campus Melchiorre according to OCon nors latest disclosures said he had Preece Kelly and another player still unidentified ready to coopcratc in holding scores under the established point spread at a game last season Apparently this was a little rich for the blood of Nick the Greek and West who only paid off reported on one game Bradleys 7774 win over Oregon State at Peoria last Dec 7 OCon nor said that Melchiorre and the gamblers apparently couldnt see eye to eye on possible manipula tions in most games Grover who reportedly got along with Melchiorre and Mann in a point shaving in Bradleys Dec 21 1949 win over Wash ington State 6759 at Bradley de clared himself out of 195051 manipulations by Melchiorre Incentive No Im out of the thing Grover was quoted by OConnor as telling Melchiorre when the latter was fixing up the squad for 195051 rigging Besides the Washington Estate game in 1949 and the Oregon State game in 1950 Bradley was said to be involved in 194950 games with St Josephs Texas Christian D e P a u 1 Kentucky Manhattan Tulane and Purdue In the latter 7 games the play ers were striving to win over the point spread and failed to do the rick in several which cost the nvolved players each the incentive bonus price Reds Ready If Truce Talk Fails No Satisfactory Agreement Yet By JOHN L STEELE Washington of State Dean Acheson told congress Thursday that the United Na tions forces in Korea are ready for a majorcommunist assault if the redallied armistice talks should collapse Opening administration testi mony on its proposed 000 foreign aid program Acheson stated The discussions at Kaesong thus far have not yet produced agreement as to any points of substance which are essential to a satisfactory armistice Ridgway Alerted If the armistice talks should collapse we should be ready for a major communist assault on the UN forces The enemy has been building up his forces throughout this period Gen Matthew B Ridgway is alert to the threat and is ready for it Acheson used the current truce negotiations to emphasize that the United States should Tiot let down on any phase of its defense program at home or abroad He said the United States must not allow itself to be pulled off bal ance by any shift in communist tactics or itthere is a Korean armistice k The negotia tions in Korea he irrespec tive of their final outcome vhave not affected and will not affect the need for American support to the free world Daytoday changes in the news from Korea do not change the basic sirmtipn Acheson said The danger is no less real than it was a month ago The strategy of the kremlin is still the same All About rUH HUUUI The Weather Mason City Considerable sun shine warm and humid through Friday Low Thursday night 65 High Friday 92 Iowa Rather warm and humid through Friday Ixical thunder showers north and west Thurs day night or Friday Low Thurs day night mid60s High Friday around 90 Further outlook Continued rather warm Satur day and Sunday with scattered B DAYTON MERWMAN Clear Lake Newspapers Combined Clear Lake Dayton Herri man owner and publisher of th Clear Lake Repbner announced in Thursdays issue that he had pur chased the Clear Lake Mirror T J Farnan owner editor an publisher of the Mirror since 193i said that his plans are indefinite but that heplans to remain Clear Lake The two will be under one management the Clear Lak Publishing company Memman the Mirror being dis tributed on Tuesday and the Re porter on Friday who died re cently founded the Clear Lak Reporter in April 1896 and pub lished1 it until 1945 when he sold to Merriman The Clear Lake Mirror original ly was the Clear Lake Observer founded in 1870 by H D Lind ley Frank Bush bought the Ob in 1879 and changed th name Farnan bought it in June 1938 after Frank G Atherton had published it for 26 years Clear Lakes first newspaper was started in 1860 by Silas Noyes and John MBfainard About year later it was movedto Upper Grove in Hancoct county thunderstorms Not so northwest half Sunday WUW SkinTearing Sports Director Sent to Jail Toronto Ont sports Director John H Brown egan a 15day jail sentence for earing a large piece of skin rom his wifes back FATALLY INJURED Reinbeck Hum mel 72 of Vinton was fatally in ured Thursday in a headon col ision on highway 58 west of Rein beck Minnesota Partly cloudy through Friday Scattered thunder showers north and central por tions Thursday night and in south and central portions Fri day A little copier north por tion Thursday night and central portion Friday Low Thursday night 5560 north 65 south High Friday 8085 northwest to 90 southeast GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Thursday Maximum 87 Minimum 63 At 8 a m 78 YEAR AGO Maximum M Minimum 52 Cost of Living Registers First Decline in Year Washington govern ment Wednesday reported th cost of living declined onetenth preceding session Body Provides New Mystery Man Murdered in 1949 Found Alive in Denver New Orleans man sup osed to be a murder victim in 949 has been found alive in Den er Colo and has admitted his dentity to police the New Orleans itates reported Thursday In a copyrighted story the tales said the murder victim am Jones whose real name was iven as John Calvin Harper was ound in a Denver barbershop Vednesday night and arrested by wo Louisiana officers who had one to Denver on a tip from the ewspaper Jones told a States reporter he ad never heard of the trial of onald Easterwood a man who as tried and acquitted of Jones murder in 1949 The jury that acquitted Easter ood made up a gift and ive it to Easterwood for a new art The bizarre story started thej night of March 11 1949 when Jones disappeared from the fill ing station where he and Easter wood were employed Eighty dol lars was missing and police the orized that Jones had been robbed and murdered Later a partiallydecomposed body was found in a swamp across the Mississippi river from here Jones wife Patricia identified it as that of her husband Eastenvood was indicted and tried for the murder Jones discovery leaves the mys tery of the body found in the swamp unsolved Authorities said Jones must answer for the theft from the filling station which he said he took the night he supposedly was murdered After his trial Eastenvood dropped out of sight and is not living in New Orleans now the States said j of one per cent in the 30 days be fore June 15 The decrease al though minute was the first in nearly a year and a halfr The bureau of labor said the new consumers price in dex was 1852 per cent of 1935 39 prices a decline of onetenth of one per cent since May 15 The last previous drop in the 17 per in February 1950 The index which registers costs of moderate income families was 88 per cent higher than just be fore the Korean war began Have You Given toRed Cross Flood Relief Have you made your contribu tion to the American Red Cross flood relief program You may do so at booths in the First National bank and the Unit ed Home Bank and Trust com pany in Mason City any day this week First days contributions at the banks Wednesday totaled which with in checks at the Red Cross office totals Contributiohs may also be mailed to the Red Cross office 19J N Federal Professional Beer Taster Overdoes It Coventry Ent UR Profes sional beertaster Richard D Bell was fined Wednesday for drunken driving FREIGHT PILEUP Rankin HI crews freight cars which piled up when a coupling broke Wednesday spilling hogs and oil on to the tracks Firet of 5 Point List Is Okayed Allies Cautious About Progress By KOBEKT B TOCBXAV UN Advance Hea44Uftan rea and red delegate agreed Thursday on exact limits of Korean armistice negoti ations f l UN spokesmen said approved a 5point program and immediately disposedof the first item A communist spokesman heralded this as a move toward an armiitice But UN announcement caution ed 1 Delegates are farapart On the remaining 4 points 2 no body knows how long it for them to agree and 3 shoot ing will continueuntil an armis tice is signed Debate List Gen Matthew B Ridgwaya headquarters announced the 5 point agenda list of subjects to be debated covers x 1 Adoption of agenda They did that in the first 8 minutes of Thursdays session 2 Deciding where iodraw the truce line andv establishing VBuf fer zone between opposing armies 3 Concrete arrangements to end the shooting and supervise the truce Arrangements lor exchange iff 5 Recommendations gov ernments of the countries concern ed on both sides The cqmj demand forwithdrawal of troopsfrom Korea cornea uader this heading i Negotiators agreed on the agen da in th ftshortest session they haveyet held It lasted only 58 minutes Immediately Preliminary discussions began immediatelyafter the agreement on theagenda Bidgways head quarters announced They willgo into it more deep ly in the llth session scheduled for 10 a mFriday prm5CST r The announcement emphasized that agreement is merelyfthe Initial step lortne fi nalgoal ofa militaryarmistice The second and Srdlpoints listed on thekgenda offeredthe biggest hurdlesthafenegotiatoriwill have to overcome Av Thejfirst point adoption Jof tht agendais a routine matter sim ilar to of minutes of a Touch Hnrfile Setting a buffer zone raises the question ot whether it is to be along the present battle lines in North Korea as the UN wishes or along the 38th parallel as the reds want s These two possible demarcation lines are 20 or 30 miles apart in ome places S In settling this single pointne otiators will outline theexact osition to be assumed by each army so as to establish m de militarized zone as the basie con dition for cessation of hostilities m Korea The 3rd point is the most com and reaches to the heart of communist sensitiveness to any oreign groups acting as super agents in territory they con trol Concrete arrangements for the ealization of ceasefire and armis tice in Korea including the cpm josition authority and functions of a supervising for anyuig out the terms of a cease fire and armistice The UN wants adequate super ision and actual inspection by some international commission on ach side of the ceasefire zone Absolute Must Allied spokesmen have identi ied this as an absolute must to guarantee against possible prepar tions for a surprise attack or a uildup for new advantages if sub equent truce negotiations break own The allies have indicated they both air and ground super ision Communists have always bjected to any type of ground upervision And in Kofea there ave been specific intimations of rotest against supervision in the ir which was ruled by the UN irough all the fighting Point of prisoner Thursday unsnarled 18 Nickel Plate could offer unexpected ob tacles The allies have indicated they ant to exchange prisoners on an for man basis The reds have ;

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