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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 9, 1951, Mason City, Iowa                                lowi Doily Newspaper Cdltod lor VOL LVH Pnw mod Full N CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TMI NIWSPAPIR THAT MAKII ALL NORTH IOWANS NIlQHftORS HOME EDITION MASON CITY DOLLAR DAYS Friday cud Saturday MASON crnr IOWA THURSDAY AUGUST mi Paper o Two fcrtton OM ins to Has No Doubt All Cleared Washington Mc Carthy RWis began naming to the senate Thursday a group of department officials and em ployes whose loyalty he says has been questioned At the outset McCarthy said he had no doubt that all would be cleared by the state departments ownloyalty board But he said the persons face letters of charges and their cases are under review by the board The first name he mentioned was that of John Carter Vincent consul general at Tangiers anc formerminister to Switzerland The second person named by McCarthywas William T Stone information and editorial special ist department of state With rAmerasia McCarthy said Stone formerly was associated with the magazine Amerasia and that the FBI classed this as a tool of espio nage He added that Stone also was a former officer in the Institute of Pacific Relations an organization now being investigated by the Senate Internal security subcom mittee headed by Senator Mc Carran McCarthy next named Robert Warren Barnett assistant ad visor on Japanese economic af fairs and Mrs Barnett consul tant foreign affairs specialists He said Barnett was brought into the department by the Institute of Pacific Relations McCarthy said the Barnetts had constant contacts with known espionage activities He described the case of Syl via Schimmel whom he listed as an administrative analyst as similar to that of the Barnetts McCarthy said Shilip Raine listed as a regional specialist was closely connected with Robert G Miller whom he identified as a communist agent He said Gertrude G Cameron listed as an information and edi torial specialist had pontacts with a subject presently under in vestigation f T Report Protest to Nomination of Youngdahl Washington hearing on President Trumans nomination of Republican Gov Luther W Young dahl to a federal judgeship was put offindefinitely Thursday by Chairman McCarran DNev of the senate judiciary committee McCarran announced the delay to a day not certain after saying at the opening of a judiciary sub committee session that a number jf protests had been received by against the nom ination He did not say who had made them The senator gave as the reason munist troops entered supposedly neutral conference McCarthy ATifen tieffLee an economist had been lecomaaeided for his state 3 indi viduals who appear in the FBI files as known He added that a naval intelligence re port turned over to thestate de partment said secret state depart ment documents were found in his room McCarthy named without com ment Franz Leopold Neumann consultant John Tipton Fishburn labor economist and Victor My ron Hut office of educational ex change Adel Youth Electrocuted at Allison Kinkennon 17 of Adel was electrocuted here at a m Thursday while helping hook up electrical connections for a show at the Butler county fair Kinkennon was adjusting wire which in some manner came into contact with a high voltage wire He is believed to have died instantly Attempts at resuscitation were without avail Sheriff P E Boomgarden in vestigated and young man was standing on the ground when the accident happened He had serious burns on the back Kinkennon at the time was doing wiring for the Starlite show Dr E M Mark of ClarksviUe was called but the young man was beyond medical aid The body was taken to the Diehl funeral home while officers were trying to con tact relatives Osoge Soldier Dies in Accident Cheyenne Wyq John W Marker 20 of Osage Iowa stationed at Warren air force base died at the base hospital Tuesday following a motorcycle accident one mile west of here The state patrol said a rear tire blew out on the motorcycle on which Marker and Pfc Thomas C Lewis also of the base were riding Unexpected Shell Burst Injures 29 Paratroops Fort Campbell Ky 8 pound armorpiercing bazooka shell exploded prematurely on a firing range Wednesday and in jured 29 paratroopers Lt Col Reginald Jackson pub lic information officer said 4 of the men were considered critical ly hurt All are attached to F com pany second battalion 503 air borne infantry regiment Names were withheld U S Dlterys Price Waihitifton govern ment Thursday delayed indefinite ly the price rollbacks it had hoped to order next week It did this by postponing the compulsory effective dates of 8 major manufacturers price regu lations Harold Leventhal general coun sel of the office of price stabiliza tion said the action was necessary to give the agency time toapply changes made by congress last month in the defense production act Besides the general manufac turers regulation other price orders on which the effective date be delayed are machinery cotton textiles shoesapparel and wool yarns and fabrics Allexcept the apparel regula tion were due to be effective Monday The apparel order would have been effective Aug15 Leventhal told a news confer ence that the action means that any rollbacks that would have taken place will be delayed He said the problem of how much rollback willbe left after application of the Capehart amendment to the defense produc tion law is An amendment sponsored by Senator Capehart RInd pro vides that price ceilings must take into account all cost increases for the postponement a conflict with a hearing by another sub committee of which he also is chairman Both committee sessions had seen scheduled for the same room and for the same time Notice had een given more than a week ago that the Youngdahl nomination weald be heard Thursday The 3 term Minnesota governo waj appointed several weeks ago upon the recommendation of Sen ator Humphrey to suc ceed the late Judge T Alan Golds jorough on the Washington D Cj federal court 2 lowans 1 From Eagle Grove Die in Bus Accident St Louis persons were tilled and 11 others were injured n the crash of a Greyhound bus and a car in the rain near here Thursday The dead were identified as uther Tate 40 of Eagle Grove owa and Mrs Dariene Cooper 24 Fort Dodge divorcee both riding in the car St Louis cdunty authorities said the crash occurred as the car pulled into U S highway 50 a few miles west of here near the small uburb of Ballwin Mo The westbound bus on its way to Tulsa Okla was spun around n the road by the impact and truck the car a second time be ore it Jrolled over on its side in a ravine The car was demolished Fred Young of Springfield Mo he bus driver and 10 of his pas engers were injured Only one Vannie Brandenburg of Conners ville Ind was reported seriously hurt The bodies of Tate and Mrs Cooper were by Jack APWirephoto AMIABLE SINATRA CHANGES a complete reversal of his recent brushes with newsmen Crooner Frank Sinatra left cordially tells reporters and pho tographers at Reno Tuesday of his plans for a Nevada divorce from Nancy Sinatra so he can marry movie siren Ava Gardner Nancy has no objection to my filing for the divorce he said Reds Okay Neutrality But Claim Fabrication By OLEN CLEMENTS Tokyo sharp message from the communist com mand last night told Gen Matthew B Kidgway there would be no new violations of the Korean conference site unless you should deliberately fabricate incidents as an excuse to terminate armistice negotiations The armistice talks have been suspended since Saturday on General Ridgways complaint that armed Chinese com NAMED CHAIRMAN Des Moines A Au ustine of Des Moines son of State Senator A E Augustine of Oskaloosa has been named chair man of the state board of ac countancy SAME DATE BUck tnfuni ruffle In put zoneof Kaesong Thereds prom ised Sunday not to let it happen again but the supreme TJN com mander demanded a iifm antee before agreeingj toresume the negotiations The reds in turn have accused he allies of violating ihe zone The latest xed reply broadcast by the Peiping radio late Thurs day night said red guards again lad been ordered to adhere strictly to the neutrality agree ment around Kaesong Return Invited It invited the allied delegates to return to Kaesong However it then raised the question of the allies fabricating ncidents It added On our part we def will not terminate the ne otiations rashly and ifresponsi ly without going through the srocedural steps of protest invesr igation consultation and settle ment should a similar failure on our part occur The red reply signed by Gen erals Kim li Sung and Peng Teh luai was first broadcast in Ghi nese As translated into English by learers in Tokyo it omitted the deliberately fabricate angle and sounded generally imich more po ite in tone than the official ver sion which w a s heard a little ater The English version is regarded as theofficial one however The UN command distributed it to correspond ents The long delayed reply to a message the UN commander sent Tuesday was linked with a red complaint the allies themselves had violated neutrality agree ment This complaint was reject ed as unfounded An open communist violation of Finn a restaurant opera tor near he scene of the accident Finn old authorities that Tate a car penter came here several months ago Mrs Coopers parents Mr and Mrs Henry Felkey of Fort Dodge owa were advised of the tragedy They said she left Fort Dodge bout 6 weeks ago and had been vorking in a Ballwin Mo cafe Besides her parents she is sur ived by two sisters and a brother way to break off negotiations un til the reds guaranteedit wouldnt happenagain Compliance Demanded Tuesday Ridgway demanded complete compliance The reds replied according to the translated version We have already solemnly guaranteed strict adherence to the agreement This phrase was significantly omitted from the English version as carried by Hsinhua a Chinese communist news agency In both translations the top red leaders said they had issued new orders that their soldiers observe the neutrality agreement And both expressed hope that Ridgway would send his negotiators back to Kaesong to resume negotiax lions Charles City Woman Killed in Kansas Great Bend Kans Carl S Nelson 56 Charles City Iowa was killed Wednesday when the car driven by her husband went into a ditch Nelson was un injured CaptainElect to est Point 3f1 Harold Loehlein captainelect of Armys 1951 football team said Thursday he was forced with the threat of to squeal on his teammates in the exam cribblnt scandal at the U S military academy Frank Sinatra to File for X Reno Divorce By ROBERT BENNYBOFF Reno Nev Frank Sinatra said Thursday he will file for a Nevada divorce against Ms wife Nancy so he can marry sul try movie queen Ava Gardner Sinatra flew to Reno from Hol lywood Wednesday night to ful fill a twoweek singing engage ment attheJRiverside hotel From Reno he goes to the Desert Inn at lor another iwo weefc singing date Its all settled he told news men in his hotel suite Tm going to file a Nevada divorce as soon as I can Objection Nancy didnt want to come up here and go through the divorce action herself but she had no ob jection to my coming up here and spending the necessary 6 weeks Sinatra said he probably will file the suit in Eeno and charge iMwHii menial cruelty the most common The Kluball Minn youth w one of M facing dismissal for violation of the academys honor code told his story in a byline article written for the New Ifork Journal American They kept hammetinr at me he related Even it I knew my rights which I now know I would hare told my part in the cheating But I wouldnt have told about the others I didnt want to squeal on my teammates Loehlein said he tras handed a lour sheet of paper by the examiningcolonel and told to check the names of those who cribbed 1 checked 20 names he said The football captain said he had been ushered into a latge hare conference room where 3 gttialooking 1 i e u t e colonels sat behind a Ions wooden table He said he was asked to re cite an oath and then he asked point blank Bid you crib Loehlein said he answered yes Then he was asked to tell all about it with this threat If you lie that is a prison of fense All About rMil The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy Thurs day night and Friday with a few showers and thundershowers Low Thursday night 60 high Friday 82 Iowa Mostly cloudy with scat tered showers and thunder storms Thursday night and Friday Low Thursday night 59 to 63 High Friday in the mid80s Further outlook Mostly cloudy with tempera tures below normal Saturday and Sunday showers likely by Sunday Minnesota Mostly cloudy scat tered showers or thundershow ers in most areas Thursday night and in south and east central portions Friday Not quite so cool Thursday night Low Thursday night 5055 grounds in Nevada divorces He said his wife might file a cross complaint and then take the de cree herself without even coming to Nevada When newsmen asked him if he planned to marry Miss Gardner with whom he recently spent a hectic vacation in Mexico he re plied i I presume I wilL The crooner deniedreports that he and Ava had had a faffing out m Mexico over his frequent brushes with newsmen and pho tographers Xo Coolinjr Off Theres no cooling between us just one more ridiculous story that came out of Mexico among others Sinatra said nis wife whom hej married in 1939 has been per fectly swell about the I divorce Hesaidshe had agreed to continue financial arrangements and de tails of the custody of their two children as they were spelled put in her separate maintenance iuit last year The suit ordered Sinatrato pay Nancy onethird of his annual gross income up to 5150000 anc 10 per cent of all above that How ever the amount may never drop below month She also was awarded their ranch home furniture Cadillac and the custodyof the children Sinatra said Miss Gardner may come to Lake Tahoe sometime after when his Riverside engagement is over and she may also catch one of my shows at Las Vegas But I dont think shell come to Reno he said north 5560 south High Friday 75 north around 80 south GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Thursday Maximum 82 Minimum 56 At 8 a m 67 YEAR AGO Maximum 91 Minimum 59 Says Pearl Harbor to Russia in Advance Taxpayers Force Slice at Clarion large slice was taken rom the proposed budget for Wright county in 1952 at a hear hg before the board of supervisors veie when 75 objectors appeared withLeo Howe aconsultantfrom the Iowa Taxpayers association who assisted in drafting the pro posed amendment After the smoke of battle had cleared away was knock ed off the budget proposed by the board of supervisors The proposed budget had called for or the county in 1952 After the hearing the board was induced to accept the reduced budget which calls for The amount of the budget to be raised by taxation was reduced from to The budget as originally pro posed would have required 29 cent increase in millage against own and city property and a 50 per cent increase against rural andowners Instead of that in crease the reduced budget means that the mUlage will be just a little less than that for the cur rent year The taxpayers had selected a committee to work with the super visors in reducing the budget The committee consisted of C H Crowe Clarion chairman W P Tyrrell Belmond Russell Smith Eagle Grove W A Rietz Rowan and Thompson of Grant town ship Bleak Earl Blaik r Continues as Coach New Xork ff Blaik announced Earl Red1 Thursday he planned tocontinue as head coach at the United States military acad emywhere hisfootball squad has been shattered by an examcrib bing expose The 54yearold retired colonel coach ol the Army team for the last 10 years made the innomice snent at a twohour press confer ence attended by some 40 fans anc sports writers I feel I can best make the peo ple understand these boys and their problems and that I can do the lor our fine insti tution the head coach said in bis statement All Bit a Few Ofthe reduction in tax jproposed originally was knocked off for purposes of road mainte nance and construction 5Point Plan for Legion DCSMoines Wei ble of Forest City the new state commander of the American Le jion Wednesday nightset down a 5point program ior the com ing year The major points included A step up in the hospital visita ion program with paid workers o check in veterans hospitals Continued pressure to insure an adequate civil defense program Continued emphasis on the jenefits youths derive from liv ing in this nation Continued fight lor prepared ness on the basis that we have an avowed enemy and the Ameri can people are getting compla cent Insistence that the Legion mem bers do more work in the reha bilitation of disabled veterans Weible a former Wmnebago county was elected at Wednesdays closing session of the 33rd annual convention of the Iowa department of the Legion He will head 99992 Legion mem During the interview Blaik sait that 50 percent o the 90 involved cadets were ath letes and that all hut a lew of hit 45man football squad were in eluded He said that athletes from the baseball and basketball teams also wereinvolved Blaik said however that biggest problem 3s to tee to it tha these menleave Point wt the same kindof a reputation the had when they arrived The action taken was by men who believed It yns the only pos sible he added T it hadbeen announced viously that the men accused o violating the honor code woul be separated from the academy withsomething less hon arable Answering a question Blaik said there reasonlot the extensive violations of the honor code at this tune It apparently started several ago and pyramided Adruce bers in the state He that the cribbing consisted primarily of giving ad vance information to cadets re garding examinations He pointec out that the athletic teams which ate together at training tables and worked out together on the play ing fields were more likely topass along information than students not in extracurricular activities There had been rumors TJlaifc might resign the post he has held since 1941 Asked about the academys se cruiting practices in which higl athletes are brought inland helped with entrance exams Blaik said I am proud of running the West Point1 to help these ads get into the military acad The coach had the private files involved in the scandal and all except two were rated completely Gory Cooper Rests After Operation Santa Monica Cal tP Vet eran Actor Gary Cooper 50 was reported resting comfortably at St Johns hospital Thursday after undergoing an operation for hernia The surgery was performed Wednesday by Dr Arnold Stevens of Beverly Hills He said Cooper will probably stay in the hospital a week FUNERAL FOR COMMANDER Jefferson will be held here Friday with burial in Ames for Lt Cmdr Kendrick W Brown 45who was on a 10 day leave from navy duty in San Francisco and died at a hospital here Tuesday Brown served on a mine sweeper unit in World war II and returned to active duty 9 months ago f worthy AP Wirephoto NEW LEGION Weible of For est City who was elected Iowa state commander of the American Legion at its convention in Des Moines Tuesday gets his commanders head gear straightened by Vifs wife Mrs Weible holds a bouquet of roses presented her by the Forest City Legion post Jap Officer Tells House of Spy Ring Russia Failed to Warn US WaahtawtoH investigating officer testified Russians knew a month before Pearl Harbor of Japanese plan to strike at theU S and Britain in the The house unAmerican ties committee drew this testi mony from Mitsusada Yothikawa chief of the special invttttgatiAf bureau of the Japanese attorney office v The house group and a senate subcommittee were simultaneously holding separata hearings revolv ing about activities of a soviet spy ring headed by Richard Sorjf which operated in Japan before and during World war JL Before the senators Maj Gen Charles wmoushby testified he soughVin 1949 to unmask the activities of members rf this ring but was overruled by milU tary authorities in Ttfrsm i ti tefttfitd that Serf spy apparatustenta menace to Moscow early in October 1941 whileU SJapanese peace talks were going cm in Washington Hft quoted it advising that America refuses to by America refuses to compromise by the middle of October Japan will tries and The congressional iiirssltgitlnn Harbor ately after Hiewir oped lay indication passed any friendly warning to Ute United were thi lendrlease military supplies from this country It has been officially disclosed that the United States warned Moscow in advancethat the mans would attack Russia t Yoshikawa said agents were agitating constantly at that time to get Japan to strike south they order to remove the threat to Siberia Yoshikawa testified in Committee t heard htt story Snglish was often hard to under tand Facet The Japanese sat facing a copy hung on thecommittee room wall of thefamous AP photo graph of marines planting starsand stripes on Iwo Jima while island from the Japanese Wfllqughby fdrmer military in elligence chief under Gen Dout as MacArthur testified to tlw senate internal security subcom is inquiring mittet The subcommittee into whether there have been subversive influences on U S far lastern policy Its present studies enter on the Institute of Pacific delations Committee counsel put into the record a letter purportedly writ en in 1946 by an employe of Mac Arthurs headquarters saying here would interest in seeing how much I can get by with in preparing one of the gen erals monthly reports The employe was identified as Miss Miriam S Farley The letter was addressed to Dear Bill and was found in IPR files seized by the subcommittee The letter said Ive been put to workdoinf the political section of MacArthurs onthly report There will be a Certain sporting interest in see ing how much I can get by Robert Morris ounsel identified Miss Farley at former editor of the IPRs Amert can council pamphlet series and also a research associate of the institute CarTruck Crash Fatal to lowan Cherokee C 9 died at a Cherokee hospital ate Wednesday night of injuries eceived in a cartruck crash night which killed Thorh s S Williams and critically uijured Helen Erickion A ware employed as night attendant t the statt mental health Initi ute here The accident occured est of Aurelia on highway 5 Miss Erickson native ol Blaclt iver Falls WU ritical condition at the hocpiUl   

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