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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 31, 1951, Mason City, Iowa                                lowot Doily Newspaper CITY A BEbAZETTE THI HIWSPAPIR THAT MAKES ALL NORTH lOWANI NUCHIOftS UltIM Full Storage Sites for AWeapons Br FRANK E CAREY Aswelatod mm Science fceawte IP The atom energy commission disclosed Tues day it is developing new but secre sites to store atomic and is planning much more fre quent test blasts Word of the new storage site came out of a news conferenc held in connection with AECs 101 semiannual report to congres made public Tuesday A reporter noted a statement the report that develppment o new facilities for weapons pur poses proceeded in the first months of this year and an nouncements were made of soin of the sites AEC Chairman Gordon Dean Mid the AEC had already an nounced the location of sites fo production but added We dont announce where w our bombs At the conference it was disclosed that the United States has developed some weapons tha have a bigger is greater energy release than others The commission said tha was one of the reasons why som weapons have been tested in re mote Eniwetok while others wit lesser bang have been tested Nevada Away From People One of the considerations in choosing testing grounds is hurt Ing somebody AEC Chairman Gordon Dean told reporters When they get very large in energyreleasing capacity w e take them away from people The commission did not make It dear whether the weapons dif fered in actual physical size AEC has preyjuosly disclosed that is working on the development o atomic warheads for guided mis siles and artillery shells as wcl as on bombs To congress AEC reported 1 Continued progress so far in 1951 in military and peacetime applications of the ing advances towards developin atomicpowered submarines anc aircraft 2 Increased acquisition of ura chain ores and steppedup pro duction of fissionable materials from them 3 Achievement by the United States ofcthe No 2 spot amoni the tree nationsinthe produc tion of only to the Belgian Congo Sumner Pike commission member said som time ago that the U S had sur passed Canada to take over sec ond Unanswerable Asked at the news conference how the United States compares with Russia in uranium produc tion Dean answered Youre in the field of intelli gence there and almost anything 1 say gets us into trouble The commission announced a the news conference completion of an device with which it hopes to determine whether it will be actually possi ble to breed or create new atomic fuel at a rate faster than operating fuel is consumed first operation of the breeder is scheduled to take place in about two or 3 weeks There was no mention in the report to congress of how things aregoing on the projected hydro gen Higher Retail Pork Prices OKd by OPS Washington office oi price stabilization Monday issued a new pork ceiling and said it will raise the butchershop price of most pork chops and po r k roasts by 5 or 6 cents a pound The retail increase may go as high as 9 cents in some stores or be as low as 3 cents in OPS estimated The variation is because retail ers will merely pass on to buy ers the higher prices granted slaughterers The new regulation fixes dol lars and cents ceilings only on pork loins weighing 16 pounds or lean type preferred by most housewives The action was taken OPS ex plained because the prices of lighterweight hogs have risen substantially since January while the price of pork loins cut from such hogs has been frozen the January level Crooner Frankie Lame Undergoes Leg Surgery Hollywood Laine undergoes minor surgery Tuesday for a leg ailment that will cost him in addition to his medical expenses Dr Gordon Smith will operate on the crooner for an injured nerve in his left leg Lainc injured the leg in a walkathon contest in 1935 Smith said Laine would be hos pitalized until Monday and the operation forced the singer to can worth of personal ap pearance engagements scheduled to August Priest Offers to Serve Time for Yank Girl Milan lUly IP A Roman Catholic priest offered Tuesday to take the place in jail of the young Chicago girl who followed dim to Italy in hopes of marrying aim A prison wall stood between blond ClanYoung 21 daughter of a Loyola university Chicago professor and Luciano Negrini 43yearold former missionary in Chicago Refuse Extension She jailed Saturday aftershe assailed police when they refused to extend her expired permit t remain in Italy Negrini was re used permission to see her food package he brought for lie was accepted by prison authori ties but his offer to take her place was rejected Italian authorities said Clair would be held in Milans San Vit ore prison until she is escorted aboard the liner Independence in Genoas harbor for deportation next week Her mother Mrs Eileen Brady Youngwho hastened to Italy this nonth in an effort to break up the romance was all smiles Sh will return to the United States sn a ship sailing Aug 12 sh old reporters Mrs Youngs lawyer Nicole Bonelli said the American con sulate here had been cooperativ and through the courtesy o talian authorities succeeded in arranging Tier release without a rial for her actions at the police station Such a trial he said might have continued for months WroBf Birth Date Police said earlier Claire hai falsified her birth date in a docu ment and therefore they refused extension of her residence permil The two met while Negrini was eliciting funds for Catholic mis ions in Chicago He said Monday night that th jest thingis for the girl togo and for him to follow her to he U S There hesaid theycould decide quietly what to do in the uture Negrini said his request for sec ularization reversion to non iriestiy status had been tume down by church authorities anc explained that as a priest he could never marry a young girl Indochina Chief French General Slain let Nam Governor Thai Lap hanh French General Charles Chanson and several other French fficers were killed Tuesday by a grenade hurled by a communist errorist Chanson commanded French ground forces inCochin China comprises South Viet Nainj nd was French commissioner for the area The assailant described as a ommumst death volunteer hrew the grenade as the group on an inspection trip 80 miles outhwest of Saigon He was killed Lmost immediately The grenade attack occurred in he area of Sadec 80 miles south of Saigon Chansons death was announced y the French ministry of associ ted states in Paris several hours after the first news of Thai Lap hanhs assassination was received icre The ministry did not specify ow many other French officers killed It said it feared other ersons were injured The minis said the assassin was killed Imost immediately Chicago Swings Axe on Bettors Chicago UP Sheriff John abb and States Attorney John oyle vied Tuesday for honors in n axswinging war against Cook ounty gambling joints that has ut 115 bettors in jail and chased 100 others out of the sometimes lush establishments Boyle grabbed the lead Monday hen his men raided 3 Chicago eights establishments and made rewood of the equipment They also raided the Four Aces ub at Calumet City where oper ions from the morefamed Owl ub nearby were believed to ave been switched An earlier sit to the latter brought nothing The raiders used a heavy beam batter down a door at the Four ccs Then they chased out 100 mates arrested 9 and axcdup C equipment Babbs men raided 4 other aces but they didnt bring their ces GlobcGuctte photo by Sorlien GOING 13 and Mary Lou Gillen 10 were in the custody of Deputy Sheriff and Mrs Duane Mayfield Tuesday afternoon after being away from their St Paul home since Sunday night Sheriff Cal Dwan said the older girl had taken good care of herself and her younger sister and was looking through a GlobeGazette in search of a job when Deputy Mayfield found the two sitting in Mascn Citys Central park 2 Baby Sitters Found Here i Spot St Paul Children on Park Bench Negotiators Stuck on Armistice Line By KOBEKT B TUCKMAN U N Advance Headquarters Korea negotiator argued stubbornly for an hour an 34 minutes Tuesday on where t draw the ceasefire line in Korea without getting any closer togeth er It was the 5th successive da United Nations and communist del egations devoted to the buffer zone issue The announced resul of each session was the same N progress The area of disagreement has neither broadened nor narrowed an officialUN spokesman said The reds want UN forces to aban don their present battle line an pull back to thex38th parallel Meet Again Delegates meet again at 11 m Wednesday 7 p m Tuesday S T in their 16th session a SCaesong lor another try at break ing the deadlock There was no indication of a compromise to me today com mented the bnefing officer Brig Gen Wiliam P Nuckols On thi other hand as you know a posi ion can be adjusted very quickly That is neither optimistic nor pes simistic Vice Adm C Turner Joy ampli fied the allied the an louncement said trying to show the mutual benefit to be derived from acceptance of this view North Korean Lt Gen Nam H replied by repeating his previ ously stated stand On Present Line The UN wants the demilitarized zone established along present attle lines cutting across North Corea for more than 80 miles Che reds want a buffer zone cen ered on the 38th parallel pre war political dividing line of North and South Korea South Koreans demonstrating in heir temporary capital at Pusan touted We oppose any ceasefire at the damned 38th parallel Thousands paraded through the busy streets of the southern port city Tuesday shouting on to the Yalu They carried banners an oppose to the death any ceasefire without unifica ion1 There was a similar dempnstra fcn in Seoul Saturday backing he South Korean governments lemand to unite all Korea from usan to its southern tip to the Yalu river at itsnorthern border vith Manchuria From Tokyo came reports that Gen Matthew B EidgwayUN Commander be planning to ssue a statement on the thorny ssiie of where to establish a buf er zone that has deadlocked ef orts to end theshooting war Red Cross to Reopen Bank Booths Here Red Cross booths will reopen at he two Mason City banks Wed esday to give residents of this rea further opportunity to con tribute to the aid of flood victims Receipts Monday At 6100 Previous total 56432 Total to 62532 Needed to reach quota 142868 Ccrro Gordo quota Me Kin leys Study Next Potato Move next step by H L McKinley and Sons o St Ansgar as defendants in a sui to prevent them if om selling po tatoes which are not federally in apected will depend on a study o a new order by the U S depart ment of agriculture McKmleys in a statemen issued through their attorne Monday said that as soon as a cop of the order terminating the pota to marketing agreement becomes available our attorneys will re view it and determine our next step in relation to ourpending liti gation The federal government obtainec a temporary injunction several months ago from the federal court at Waterloo to prevent the Mc Kinleys from marketing any more without U S inspection The department of agriculture said Monday it would end the marketing control agreement cov ering 6 states on Aug 15 The ac lon followed a grower referendum which the department said indi cated a lack of interest among growers Sources familiar with the case said they thought the government now will dismiss the McKinley case Involved in the potato market ng regulation were shipments torn Michigan Wisconsin Min nesota North Dakota and the commercial production counties of owa and Indiana 4 Bicycle Touring Girls Offered Place to Stay fiy Los Aiureles Brian Donlevy offered 4 girl tourists the ey to his apartment and they ook it The girls graduates of the Jmversity of Washington left Lpngview Wash June 16 on a icycle trip Since then their sleeping places have included the police depart ment back yard in Santa Maria Cal a drivein theater at TJkiah Cal and various state parks The girlsAnne Hume 21 of Seattle Pat Ivy 21 of Yakima ayle Opperman 21 of Los Angeles and Shirley Willis 22 if Tacoma passedthrough Malibu Jeach Monday Donlevy vacationing there ieard of their rugged 1500mile rip He gave them the use of his own apartment which currently is not using whilethey are here Boy Rakes in Walleye in Clear Lake Weeds Des M o i n e s e r n a r d hompson Des Moines told Tues ay how coming in from a days ishing in Clear Lake he saw his yearold son David raking seaweed from the lakes edge near their cabin As Bernard docked the boat nd got m p t David raked in a batch of sea feed plus a live 3J pound wall eye Bernard carried it into the abin for supper i Mary Lou Gillen was on way home to St Paul Tuesday aft ernoon happily clutching the rub ber elephant her sister bought for her at the circus Monday evening The sister Darlene Marie 13 was on her way home too but her lower lip was quivering be cause she hadnt found her Aunt Liz Mary Lou who is only 10 didnt understand about that The two had been missing from their home in St Paul sinceSun Pace Sees Possible Russian Strike at Yugoslavia Iran Korean General Expects Red Treachery By FRANK H BARTHOLOMEW On the Front Line Korea Kaesong truce talks will end in a sudden and treacherous surprise attack by the communists who never intendedthe conference to suc ceed a topflight South Korean general predicted Tuesday The communists are merely stalling for time Gen Choi Suk said When they have their damaged positions repaired as far as personne replacements supply and re construction of communications are concerned I expect the Kae song conferences to tenninat suddenly in a surprise attack launched by the communist com mand Gen Choi handsome34year old commander of a South Ko rean division sat in his tent occasional thunderclaps of artfl lery reverberated through the canyon This correspondent ask ed him if he favored continuing the war I do hesaid Do you think you can win it Predict deanmp Choi passed the question wit a smile and wave of his hand to CoL L A Gatlin ol Newport Ark his UN militaryadviser They chased us back from th Yalu once before said Gatlin his wideset blue eyes looking a Choi We can go through to Man churia this time and clean th communists completely out o North J Korea Choi responded ofNorth Korea ar with us They are not communist day joight wlien they told their by inclination They Want to be far parents MrandMrs Jack Gillen a that they were goingbabysitting myself AjMnniHfJ 2fanMs T n Instead theycaught a train t Mason City and spent the next from the north I brought 1000C two nights m two different hotel here registering under the nam of Susan Carlson and daughter A deputy sheriff found them sit ting in Central park hereacross the street from the two hotels Darlene explained to Cerrc Gordo Sheriff Cal Dwan feat her life at home had not been happy since her mother remarried She told the sheriff that her stepfather bothered her Sheriff Dwan said he was amazed at her ability to speak for herself and take care o herself and her little sister He said lie had no doubt of the truth of what she had told him Darlene admitted that she knew no other name for her aunt than Aunt Liz and wasnt too sure o ust where she lived but thought i was at Morrison She came to Hason City she said because she hought Morrison was near here because Mason City was a big city Leave For St Paul St Paul police said the children lave an aunt Mrs John Dingle iving at Morrison which is aboul 80 miles from Mason City Sheriff Dwan smarted for Owa onna Minn about 2 p m Tues day afternoon with the two girls le said St Paul police would meel him there to take the girls the rest of the way home Deputy Sheriff Duane Mayfield ound the two girls sitting in the ark about after the sheriffs in northern Iowa had een askedIbySt Paul police to cok for them He saidDarlene vas looking through a Globe Gazette when he found them She told the sheriff that she was looking for a job since she ouldnt find her Aunt Liz She aid she did not want to go liome ecause she did not like the way icr stepfather had been weating ler She took her sister away she aid Because she think t was a good place for them to live Darlene said that shehad about 18 when they left home but had bout 55 left Tuesday Boon Sher ff Dwan said both were obviously veil cared for when found and that they were ladylike in every vay and not frightened St Paul police asked Sheriff Dwan to make a special search or them in Mason City after a trainman from the Minneapolis nd St Louis railway reported eeing them get off the train here Choi said Gen Nam H senior communist delegate at Kaesong was born in Russia and servet as a captain in the Russian arm in the last war T saw him in Manchuria a lie end of World war II when le was still in the soviet Choi said 1 was then returning o Korea from duty in China Choi was educated in a Japan eserun military academy in Chi na He is married and has two young sons whose photos he car ies in a waterproof container The generals family is now in Taegu U S Maj Gen Robert Homer Soule a veteran of the orient said he regarded Choi as a com mander of integrity and great per sonal courage DISASTER LOAN AREAS Washington fl Two Iowa ounties Marion and Mahaska have been designated by the ag iculture department as disaster oanareas DIES ON TRACTOR Des Molnes state afety department reported Tues ay the death Monday of George Lovell 58 Chariton farmer in a tractor accident The machine oppled over on him while he was riving it along a highway 5 miles outh of Chariton REST FOR PECK La JolU Cal Gregory cck has entered Scripps Me morial hospital here for a rest I was bom in Hamhung When we werev driven back young rjNorth Koreans with m for volunteer servicein the U1 army T know the North Korean people and I know thatthey re gard as L foreign and im friendly the communist military leader ships rAII About The Weather Miwon City Partly cloudy slight lycooler not so humid Tues day night Increasing cloudi ness and a little Avarmer Wed nesday Low Tuesday night 62 64 High Wednesday 87 owa Clear Tuesday night with low 60 to 70 Wednesday part ly cloudy with scattered thun dershowers developing in northwest portion High Wed nesday 85 to 90 with light southerly winds Further out look Considerable cloudiness with increasing humidity and scattered thundershowers most of state Thursday and Friday High Thursday near 90 Turn ing slightly cooler Friday night and Saturday linnesota Partly cloudy Tuesday night and Wednesday with wide ly scattered thundershowers de veloping west portion Tuesday night and south and west por t i o n s Wednesday W a r me r Wednesday Low Tuesday night 6065 High Wednesday 80 nortn east to 90 west GlobeGazette weather data up o 8 a m Tuesday Maximum Minimum At 8 a m Precipitation HSAR AGO Maximum Minimum 88 60 74 18 65 House Shifts to Durocher Bean Ball Waahlngton BasebaU stormy Leo Durocher and the bean ball Tuesday displaced monopoly in discussion before bousejudiciary committees hear ing on organized baseball Rep Celler DN chair man of the investigating grou and a Brooklyn Dodger fan in jected the New York Giants man agecs name into the testimony He asked Ford Trick National league president about reports that Durocher had been guilty o telling his pitchers to use the bean ball against opponents Keen Batter Off The bean pitch around the batters designed t make the batter apprehensive an keep him from getting set tomak his best swing at a later pitch iined Durocher six question manytimes cant remember ex actly when it was for that He added that he also warned Durocher thatif he repeated th offense he wouldfile charges o conduct detrimental to baseball1 him Under you figure you have rocher under control now askec Rep McCulooch SOhio Jsmiledt squirmed in his chair and replied No I wouldnt say that If this statement is to stand for pos terity Ir shouldnt have to answer that Committee members j o i n e c Spectators in laughter Trick in a serious vein he committee t dont believe any manager in Tjaseball has a deliberate jpolicy of throwing bean balls as part o his strategy He added that the practice of jitchers throwing tight to a bat ter or dusting them effort to throw batters off balance is different from throwing bean balls Truck Runs Front Porch Down The mystery of who Tan ind tore front porch oJ he home of Mrs Walter Olson 612 Pennsylvania S E Monday night cleared up Tuesday Mrs Olson called police early Tuesday morning and said her front porch had been torn down when a truck ran into it The truck was driven away before she talk to the driver Mrs Ol on said Tuesday morning Jerry Goeders oute 1 Mason City a tree sur feon told police his truckhad run nto the that he wasnt behind the wheel at the time Goeders said he fell out of the truck when its left door flew open as he was turning on to Pennsyl vaniaS E He told police he suf sredskin burns when he fell on he pavement and left to be treated Goeders told police he would ay for the damage to the porch 7 Boys Held for School Vandalism Council Bluffs boys ranging in age from 7 to 11 are in ustody of juvenile authorities wre in connection with weekend andalism at the Second Avenue chool Police said Monday the boys ad mitted taking part in destruction which Superintendent of Buildings nd Grounds Martin Williams es Imated will cost 5500 to clean up Every room in the building was amaged On one of the black Boards was scrawled I hate eachers j Fears 3rd World War at Any Moment Collins Faces Secret Questions By JOHN L STEELE WithltirtMi Army Secre ary Frank C Pace Jr has warned senators that a Russian attack On Iran or Yugoslavia mar be imminent and that the United States may be fighting a 3rd World war at any moment it was disclosed Tuesday Faces warning came as two senate committees called on Gen army cnief of staff and George W Perkins as sistant secretary of state for Euro pean affairsf ot uptotheminute briefing on the military situation in Europe Collins and Perkins faced secret questioning by the foreign rela and armed C com mittees which joined for consideration of the administra tions foreign mili taryeconomic aid bllL Pace senate military spending subcommittee ina dosed door session Monday free world be confronted at any moment with communist gression in Iran Yugoslavia or some other international soft spot At any Soviets see fit to attack rwtr may be fighting another world war Pace said X j t e Chief TJ S saidiin New York Monday night if we the UN He added not belkve Yugaslavia is Thetarmy committeethat secretary jfuimm rather than totaljmobil saidlimited impilizatiaa wo4ilf permit a rapid building if full mobilization is and could a long pe riod without an economic crackup ft Yanks Batter Iron Triangle F Amr Korea swept through Jow clouds Tuesday and hammered red positions In iron xont of Korea as ground ftgliHng again dwindled to patrorSctivity Primary target of Stb lanes was the areaaround Pyong yang northern apex of the shat red troopmassing Mustangs of the 18thfighter bomber wing made the attack We strafed a lot oftroops on he road and napalmed fire wmbed a nearby village said Capt Gerald R Marshall of Wood row Pa I dont know iow many troops we killed We set off an explosion in the vfllagerapparently a combination of gasoline and ammunition It really went up big Marine fighters and B26 bomb ers hit the Kumsong area east of Pyonggang Reds between Kumsong and Kumhwa eastern alliedheld an chor of the old triangle hurled wo light probing attacks at al icd lines early Tuesday morning Both were turned bade Those were attacks of any kind reported inJheTJrS 8tft armys evening comnmnioue There were a few patrol clashes but generally the communique re orted little or no contact be tween opposing forces AJLUed troops held mountain top xsitions along the eastern front won Monday after a Sday battle Traffic Death Mark Low at Cedar Rapids Chicago UP Cedar Rapids owa was one of 3 cities of be ween 50000 and 100000 popula tion in the United States with the owest traffic death record during le first 6 months of 1951 the na ional safety council says SAME OMMk MX awn Mlfte to M f   

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