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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 30, 1951, Mason City, Iowa                                Nottfc lowoi Daily Newspaper Edited far GLOBE TNI NIWSPAMR THAT MAKIS ALL MOtTH IOWANS MIIGMtORt VOL LVD AtMcktMi PTCM and Frew Full LMH MASON crrir IOWA MONDAY JULY w im Thfe CoMMi X Two SttMatf One Man Opinion A CemueaUiy W CARL HALL fl Editor Truce and Peace Arent Synonymous would be sheer folly to hazard a precise forecast about the ulti mate outcome of the current truce negotiations in Korea There are too many imponderables for even an educated guess But there are some things that appear reason ably sure Foremost is the certainty that the lifeanddeath struggle be tween communism and the free between the new Rus lian imperialism and the United States if you prefer to state it that will not be resolved by any decision or course of action growing out of the present nego tiations If a real armistice is reached and this is by no means assured at this time it will be no more than an armed truce The com1 munist world can be counted on to step A up preparations for th next phase of the struggle So alsc will thetfree world if it is capabl of an intelligent realism For the Kremlin to Sar What happens next in the con test for world domination on the one hand survival on the other is dependent on the kremlin The advantage which always resides in a power bent on aggression is with our adversary He can pick both the time and the place o the next open warfare Will it be Germany Will it be Yugoslavia Will it be Formosa Will it be or India Or will be it oilrich Iran flush against the Russian border The last possibility looks most plaus ible but the StaHnites are cap able of a deceptive change 01 pace Theyre not always gov erned by the obvious logic of a situation The kremlin can be counted on to proceed with its nefarious ploi to absorb the free nations of the world while talking peace all the while Its preparations for war wil lie carried on behind an iron cur tain and out of sight butits peace talk will be in raucous voice for all to hear A Test for Americans This situation is going to pre lent an add test for the people of America Ifs going to require a lot of vision and courage to keep our preparedness efforts at their maximum in the face of a lull in the fighting Our apathy in this matter can be the kremlihs one most valuable ally Then too there will be those who will be expecting our boy all of to clear out of Ko rea the day after the truce is signed assuming that a truce is signed That just isnt the way things are going to work out In the first place the prospects of an early truce are extremely dim Even if the communists had been defeated to the point of hav ing to capitulate theyd haggle and argue Thats what they did after running out on their allies in World war I But now and we may as well face this fact the communists are bent on making it appear that theyre in the drivers seat Theyve taken a shellacking in Korea but they havent as yet approached the necessity of surrendering in the field Theres a vast propa ganda value in making it appear that rather than the UN are dictating the terms of peace Mere Preview of Future Even in the preliminary meet ings concerned merely with setting up a tentative agenda for the sub sequent parley the communists have tried the patience of the UN General Marshall Reports Russian War Chances on I 1 AP Wirephoto CARRY ME HOME Dwight Davis FairfaxYa gets carried home by 4 cute airline hostesses after he walked downk off the navy transport Marine Adder that docked in Seattle jSunday with 2692 army rotation troops from the Korean war The girls with some effort picked up Davis duffle bag and all and gave him a short ride very short Mild Controls Bill Ready for President Added to Red Cross Flood Appeal The Cerro Gordo county chapter of the American Red Cross Mon day announced additional butions of for flood relief The fund stands as follows Receipts Saturday At the two banks 20000 At Red Cross office 3600 Total for Saturday 23600 Previous total 32832 Total to date 56432 Veeded to reach quota 148968 Wuhinrton action was completedMonday or legislation continuing price and rent controls untilnext June 30 House passage sent the com promise measure to Presideni Truman who was expected tolsign it despitethe fact it falls con siderably short of what he want ed The president has until midnight Tuesday to act A temporary measure keeping economic con trols in effect expires at that time House passajfe was by roll cal vote 294 to senate passed the bill last Friday Both branches previously had passed different bills the final measure being a compromise It contains no authority for the presidentto build defense plants to impose beef slaughtering quo tas or to curb commodity market the president Cerro Gordo quota 8205400 CHAUt CORPS PROBED Washington The senate vatchdog defense group has be un efforts to get fightingfit men Ut of the chair corps and into the combat forces representatives What weve had is no more than a tiny preview of what lies ahead The pattern for an endless con troversy has already been cut It centers about the insistence of the communists that the neutral zone be ftstablished along the 38th par allel as distinguished from the present battle line and the de mand that all foreign troops clear out of Korea Whether the 38th parallel or other line be accepted as the center of the buffer territory is probably of no more than psy chological importance But for the UN to agree to the withdrawal ox all foreign troops from the pen insula would be to toss the South Koreans into the bear cage like much raw meat Rotation May Be Speeded And herein lies the real reason why an early return to America of all our fighting forces in Korea Isnt in the cards under any con ceivable circumstances If truce efforts fail theyll be needed for further if truce efforts succeed theyll be needed for oc cupational duly All in all the most that can be reasonably expected is that the cessation of fighting will make it possible to speed up the rotation al plan This will moan a reduc tion in the length of service for those now on duty In Korea and for those who subsequently are dispatched there for their tour of In the early stages of the Ko Itan police thats what CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 All About rMII HUUUl The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy with thunderstorms in the vicinity Monday night Turning cooler Monday night and Tuesday with low Monday night near 60 High Tuesday near 80 Partly cloudy with scat tered thundershowers Monday night and low 60 to 65 north west 65 to 70 southeast Partly cloudy and cooler Tuesday with high in low 80s and light north erly winds most of the state Further outlook Partly cloudy with moderate temperatures Wednesday Increasing cloudi ness and warmer Thursday Minnesota Partly cloudy Monday night with scattered thunder showers extreme southeast cool er north and west Tuesday generally fair cooler southeast Low Monday night 5560 north ihe banking committee told the House he doubts if the bill will effectively control prices but said it is the best that can be gotten and I think the presi dent will be compelled to sign it Rep Wolcott of Michigan top republican on the committee as serted that the bill gives the presi dent all the authority needed to preventprices from getting wholly out of band if they are judiciously administered west 6065 southeast High Tuesday middle 80s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Monday Maximum 82 Minimum 63 At 8 a m 73 YEAR AGO Maximum 87 Minimum 65 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Sunday Maximum Minimum At 8 a m YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 86 57 72 91 58 limits uiE adminis trations authority to roll back prices It makes no changes in the present wage stabilization pro gram Chairman Spence DKy of Stacyville Man at Last Rites of Admiral Sherman SUcj ville Raphael Duren of Stacyville was among the many riends who attended funeral serv ces at Washington D C for the ate Admiral Forrest Sherman Duren served in the marine corps during World war II and was chauffeur for Admiral Sher man while he was on a tour of duty as commander of the Medi erranean fleet Mrs Sherman had sent Duren a elegram requesting him to come oWashington for the rites The amily had kept up a correspond ence with Duren after the war arid Admiral Sherman had planned to ome to Iowa and go pheasant mnting with Duren when it was possible for him to get away Cerro Gordo Is No 10 in Population North Iowa Counties Show Little Change Cerro Gordo county is No 10 in population among Iowas coun ties according to official U S census figures released here Mon day It had the same rank in the 1940 census The official Hit with compara tive figures for 1940 and b aa follows COUNTY Polk 226010 Linn 104274 Woodbury 103917 Scott 100698 Black Hawk100448 Dubuque71337 Pottawattamie 69682 Clinton 49664 Wapello Cerro Gordo 46053 195835 89142 103627 84748 79946 63768 66756 44722 44280 43845 The other North Iowa counties showed little change in population during the last 10 years Two showed slight increases and the other 11 slight decreases The comparative figures are aa follows COUNTY 1941 Butler 17394 17986 Chickasaw 15228 15227 Floyd 21505 20169 Franklin 16268 16379 Hancock 15077 15402 Hardin22218 22530 Howard 13105 13531 Kossuth 26241 56630 Mitchell 13945 14121 Winneshiek 121639 22263 Winnebago 13450 13972 Worth 11068 11449 Wright19652 20038 Britain to Send Envoys on Iran Oil Make Decision After U S Talb London Secretary lerbert Morrison announced Mon day Britain will send a cabinet mission to Tehran to discuss an oil settlement with Iran He told the house of commons he mission will be led by Richard Stokes lord and added Tils not expedient for me at this moment to say anything further m this matter Morrison explained the decision ame about as a result of consul tations with Averell Harriman resident Trumans envoy now in kmdon Morrison said there are still ome points to be cleared up be ore the mission can leave for the GlobcGuctte photo by SorUm GLOBEGAZETTE EMPLOYE HURT IN Critzman 20 GlobeGazette librarian was injured Monday afternoon when the automobile above careened off high way 18 miles east of Mason Cityand rolled over in a cornfield Miss Critzman who was alone was treated at a Mason City hospital for a severe cuton one hand She was expected to be released from the hospital late Monday Miss Critzman a former Rockf ord resident was employed by the GloljeGazette last week Terminate Potato Rule on Aug 15 Wachinrton IP The agricul ture department announcedMon day it wfll terminate on Aug 15 a federal order regulating the shipment of potatoes from 6 states Involved are shipments from Michigan Wisconsin Minnesota North Dakota and the commercia producing counties in Iowa ant Indiana action is being taken on the basis of a grower referendum which indicated the department said a lack of support for the order Kejrt Omt Colls Under the order the departmen regulates shipments of potatoes from the area by grades and sizes This regulation was designed to lelp bolster grower prices by seeping cull potatoes off the mar ranian capital A United States embassy pokesman announced Harriman ntends flying back to Tehran by Monday night Morrison said the British gov ernment and the AngloIranian Oil company have been ready at very stage to meet the legitimate spirations of the Persian Iran an people We have every sympathy with IB natural desire of the Persian to control their own min eral resources he said While Britain is ready to accept IB principle of nationalization lorrison explained she will not ccept a onesided violation of an greement We are entering a new era in ic development of middle eastern il Morrison said 500 loyans Leave for Greenland Work Des Moines hundred owans many of whom are labor ers truck drivers bulldozer pilots mechanics and steam shovel op erators left for Greenland Satur day to rebuild airfields along the opoftheworid bomber routes rom Russia All signed for 8 months of duty in Greenland at premium wages of and a week North Iowa Soldiers Return on Rotation San Francisco xrt Sgt Howard E Woodford jom Sasebo Japan was sched uled to dock here Monday with 1411 army rotation combat veter ans aboard including 19 from Iowa The North lowans Cpl Robert D Klipping Forest City Pfc Gene W McDonald Graettinger ket In a grower referendum this month626 per cent of the grow ers voting and representing 78J cent of the production f avorec termination of the order However only 14 per cent of the commercial growers who pro duced 35 per cent of the 1950 crop voted The law requires termination of such an order if a majority of the area growers marketing more than 50 per cent of the areas crop favor termination InterestDrops WhEte the required number o growers did not vote to end the order the department decided to discontinue it because of lack interest in the referendum This is the 3rd potato marketing order to be terminated this year The others covered a Virginia North Carolina area and Maine Eght other orders are still in effect Interest in the marketing orders has dropped since congress di rected withdrawal of government price supports for potatoes begin ning with this years crop became governor of Texas United States senator told radio listeners Sunday night he would be a candidate for the democratic nomination for president of the United States Only God can save this nation ODaniel willing to help him FLASH FLOOD DAMAGE Palm Sprints CaL age done by Saturdays flash flood in the palm desert region was es timated unofficially Monday at Cowboy Welds Self Into Auto for 2Year Drive Spearfish S Dak lean lanky Wyoming cowboy sat non chantly by here Sunday as he was welded into the automobile in which he hopes to live for two years Roy E Ray Alladin Wyo left Sunday night headed east on his proposed twoyear tour of the United States He stopped in Lead S Dak long enough to have his picture taken with Miss South Dakota Marlene Rieb Parkston and drove on Ray is out to break the 1949 record set by Don Haynes Ash land Ore who stayed in a car 13 months 18 days 6 hours and 14 minutes Hayes who masterminded this trip is following Ray in a second car The 6foot oneinch ranchhand will tour the 48 states during his mobile confinement to raise 000 for a cancer fund He spent Sunday afternoon just moseyin around Spearfish and commented occasionally this is the last time Ill do much walkin Report No Progress In CeaseFire Talks By SAM SUMMERLIN UN Advance Headquarters Korea IB Allied and red trace teams Monday agreed on only one fighting in Korea will continue while the ceasefire talks are going on The negotiators made no progresstoward establishing a nulitarydividing line across the The mutual decision to continue the 13monthbld rean war was disclosed in the Unitefl Nations communique issued after Mondays meeting The communique said Gen Nam U senior red delegate gvto an earlier fying Joy stated it was also his definite understanding hostilities would continue during thex cur rent armiJticenegotiations Both sides stood firm Monday on their conflicting views as to where across lished a military dividing line Korea should be estab The communique said Joy chie allied delegate to the Kaesonj talks read a series of preparec statements in which he made a detailed analysis of the UNand communist positions Brief Words He then asked the teds for com ment on the allied proposals so that the final solution to this item may reflect our mutual views Presumably this wfll be given in Tuesdays session scheduled to start at 7 p m Monday CST The allied negotiators emerged torn the conference room with smiles few brief allied correspondents But they declined to comment what had taken place inside Mondays session started at 11 a m with the two sides dead ocked on the problem of a cease fire buffer zone It lasted with mt interruption for 3 hours and I minutes The reds want a 12imile cease ire strip centered along the 38th arallei prewar boundary be ween North and South Korea The allies want it to follow pres ent battle lines which extend up o 25 miles into communist North iorea and islocated in excellent defensive terrain of the allies own choosing Before Mondays meeting got underway an official allied spokesman made it clear that the ter Quota Introduced Waahiniton flP Senators Capebart RInd and Maybanl DS Car Monday introduced legislation to permit the govern ment to fix livestock slaughter Undersuch a program the gov ernment tells each slaughterer low many meat animals he can kill The office of price stabiliza tion contends such a program is necessary to see that available meat supplies are properly dis ributed and to guard against black market slaughtering Both the senate and house votec against slaughtering quotas when passing new controls legislation Capehart told the senate in of lering the bfll that neither he nor Vlaybank is convinced that slaugh ter quotas are necessary to pre vent black market in meat He said they feel however that he issue is controversial and pub lic hearings should be held Maybank is chairman of the senate banking committee which will conduct the hearings Cape hart is the senior republican on the committee Offers to Become President Dallac ff W Lee ODaniel the onetime flour salesman who UN negotiators consider the 38th merely a political boundary and as such not suitable as a mili tary dividing line They regard t as poor defensive groundc Want Defensible Line A military armistice confer ence is interested in providinga defensible line for each side said Air Force Brig Gen William P deputy chief of informa tion for the UN command It would be the rarest coinci lence if there were a natural de ense line along an imaginary di viding line along a parallel of lati tude Nuckols attends the ceasefire essions and briefs correspondents m what happened Monday morning he told re porters the 38th parallel was an arbitrary line picked out of a hat o to speak in 1945 for the ex change of Japanese prisoners The iussians handled those north of 8 he said and the Americans took care of those to the south Thus it has no military signifi cance the spokesman added This view was bitterly attacked Monday by communist radio sta tions in Peiping and Pyongyang Bounty on Dope peddlers Waahinjrton beait f prey bounty for the capture nd conviction of dope peddlers was proposed Monday by Senator ves RN y and Rep Latham RN Yanks Blast Red Capital F S 8th Army Headquarters JP U S warplanes blasted the North Korean capital of Pyongyang through rain Mon day in one of the most determined air assaults of the Korean war It was not the wars largest raid a 5th air force announce ment said butit was pushed home with vigor Twomarine Corsairs collided in the rain clouds and were lost The air force said an F51 Mus ang explodedin the air after it was hit by intense small arms fire just north of the battle lines There was no chance of the pilots survival the air force Fires and explosions in the yongyang area sent up smoke Columns that merged with rain louds and prevented accurate as essment of damage 27 Drown in Eastern Canada Over Weekend Edmwudston N B y persons drowned in eastern Canada over the weekend They included 5 youths killed here when a small handoperated ferry apsized Sunday Nine were reported n Quebec 6 in Ontario and one n Newfoundland A triple murder and suicide in Ontario brought the weekend toll f death by violence to 25 i Constant Satellites Korean Talk May Take 6 Weeks By FEANK United Tnm Staff Waattnftan Sec retary George C Marshall was disclosed Monday to have warned congressmen recently that likelihood of war with Russia is increasing K This a because therehas been a constant buildup in the Soviets and their satellites of their mili tary strength Marshall told house military subcommittee Marshall in testimony deliv ered Jury 18 and in a public Monday also it probably would be 6 or more before the Korean peace talks reach a conclusion That would be in early September He urged fast actionby gress to approve a defense in peacetime the frouhd its passage help us very muchin getting the decision that we want at Kaesong Subcommittee Chairman George H Marshall v What is your judg ment general as to the likelihood of a major war now as compared to two or 3 months V Marshall first replied that it was about thesame Then he noted the of soviet forces and said we Unfor tunately dont know much about The likelihood wards an evervpftseatlfobtiatr toutf I think it is shall replied and from theTifw point of the enemys buildup it it increasing Off UK An offtherecord discussion fol lowed one of many that marked the first volume ol the of the subcommittees long dosect door sessions on the biggest peace time military budget indtustoryi Or the ceasefire talks shall said it would appear that the communistsvery much want this armistice But he warned that even soothe talks were to run into serious difficulties3 AfterMarshall outlined the ni merous steps ahead lor the ceaie fire delegates Mahon asked Would it be fair to say then ihat it we pass this bill through the house and senate during the next 6 weeks we will not know during that periodof time just what may result in y I do not ihinfc you will know sir Marshall Replied v Although no vote has been taki en on the bill subcommittee mem bers reported privatelythey wiH approve it in just about the form President Truman submitted it carrying around 560000000000 of which about actual ly would be spent inthe fiscal year that started Marshall and Gen Omar ft Bradley chairman of the joint chiefs of staff who also testified fuly 18 devoted much of estimony to pluggingthe admin stratums campaign against a down as a result of the peace talks Crash Fatal to 2 at Marsha 11 town ManhaUtown Evans 13 of Lexington Nebr and sister Mrs Ernest Hoffa 26 of near Grundy Center were killed Sunday in a headon collision be tween an automobile and an empty gasoline truck Her husband a frac ured left leg and deep head wounds Alonzo Hill 47 of Dei Joines driver of the truck suf ered a concussion Both men weri hospitalized at Marshalltown s Sheriff Harry Jennings said the accident occurred when Hill at erupted to pass two cars and was unable to return to the right side if the highway The accident happened about 10 miles north of here on highway 14   

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