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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 11, 1951, Mason City, Iowa                                Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TNI MIWSPAFIR THAT MAKIS ALL NOITH I Q WANS N 11 6 H 10 US HOME EDITION TOL LVO Pnw United PMM Full Lww Wkm MASON crrir IOWA RATUBDAY AUGUST 11 itsi Thto Paper CoosUU of Two Firemen to the Rescue AP Wtrephote Firemen saved lives and po licemen bronchi one into the world Friday In Springfield HI the fire department shown with aerial Udder above was called to the state fair grounds to rescue riders from one of the ferric which itnek when a Mpport block slipped There wre canulttei but plenty of frightened roinfiten Andin Boston Patrolmen John 3 Foley and Joseph Bicker here art to Mri John W Bur ette they hand her a baby daughter a fewminutes after officiating at her birth It was the 12th time Foley had per formed such iJask as a police man Why dont yon go into the business asked Mrs Suretle Phone Rate Hike Seen in North Iowa Mason City and other cities towns in Iowa served by the Northwestern Bell Telephone company a rate increase as the result or the 10 per cent wage increase granted to employes Gen eral Manager C L Sampson Des Moines said Saturday The new wage contract was agreed upon Friday by the com pany and the ClOCqmmunica tions Workers of America It covers some 18500 Northwestern Bell employes in Nebraska Iowa Minnesota and the Dakotas and awaits ratification by them Additional Boost The company had put into effect an 8 percent wage increase June 25the day after the old contract expired The union finally won an additional 2 per cent boost in negotiations which had been in progress intermittently since las April The contract will run one year to Aug 10 1952 This substantial Increase in our wage bill together with much higher taxes and prices of ma terials said Sampson leaves us no alternative but to consider im mediately a material increase in our prices for telephone service in Iowa According to E J McNeely Omaha Northwestern Bell presi dent the 10 per cent increase will cost the company about 000 annually Good Settlement In a statement McNeeley said Since 1941 general salary and wage increases have added about annually to our cur rent costs compared to the 750000 in annual revenues real ized from rate increases over the same period J R Hill district 7 director of the union termed the new con tract a very good settlement He said that the basic increases will range from S3 to per week and that with the addition of some job and town reclassifica tion the actual range of increases will be all the way from to per week There are some other improvements in the con tract he added FIRE HITS 14 HOMES Bradley home hi this tinyrural community was Tacatcd when fire that destroyed damaged 14 buildings thrcat to engulf the entire town Farouk Holds No Kings Cannes France Farouks ffamblinr system back fired afain Saturday The playboy Egyptian monarch lost 572000 in 9 hours of play in a card game that ran from midnight to 9 a m Casino sources said Rivieta mathematicians figured he lost at the rate of for every minute of actual play This brought his losses over a two day period to S157700 Earlier the king who had made some big winnings on his honeymoon tour claimed he had developed his own system for winning hiph stakes at the gamblingtable Queen Narrunan his 17yearold wife who is reported expect ing a child watched her husband play for an hour and then re tired to her hotel All About rMil H The Weaiher Mason City Partly cloudy Satur day night and Sunday Low Sat urday night 55 High Sundav 78 Iowa Partly cloudy and a little cooler Saturday night Low 54 61 Sunday partly cloudy northeast winds 1015 miles per hour High Sunday 7580 north 8084 south Further outlook Mostly cloudy with below nor mal temperatures Monday arid Tuesday local showers wesl and south central Monday and over state Tuesday Minnesota Partly cloudy Saturday night Sunday generally fair Continued cool Low Saturday night 4050 except 5055 south east High Sunday ranging from 5560 in extreme north to 7075 in south GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Saturday Maximum 83 Minimum 56 At 8 a m 63 Precipitation Trace YEAR AGO Maximum 75 Minimum 55 SAME DATE In 14 ktirs Charge Reds Slam Door on Peace B29s Hammer Foe Early Frieiid of Roosevelt Dies at 61 Press Secretary for 8 Years Wuhincton Stephen T Early 61 press secretary and in timate to the late President Roose velt died Saturday He suffered a attack late Tuesday and died at George Washington h o s pit ttlSaturday morning vr Since left the white house after 8 years in the press office Early had been vice president of the i Pullman Standard Car Mahi Ufafcturing Co HeHooktime outfrom that post for a stint as deputy secretary of defense ah office from which he resigned shortly before Gen j George C Marshall took over as head of the department Friday morning Early was re porteds improving but he took a turnTtor the worse Friday night APWirephoto BRUSHES WITH TEETHr Confined to an iron lung Jane Norton 28 Cleveland holds a paint brush in her teeth and pamts a pictured In 1941 doctors found an ar terial bulge was pressing on her spinal column A series of operations have failed to help her Berle Thinks War Possible in Autumn Stockbridse Mass war III could break this autumn with a Russian attack on Yugo slavia former Assistant Secre tary of State A A Berle Jr said Saturday He said intelligence experts fig ure the chances of war about 50 50 although he personally thought the climax will not come for an other year Berle told the annual forum of the Laurel Hill association a com munity improvement society that Russia plans a triple drive for world power through Southeast Asia Iran and the Balkans We are in the shadow of a dip lomatic crisis more dangerous than we have been willing to recog nize he declared This crisis is moving fasterand more violently even than the headlines indicate It could mean World war III this autumn though I think the climax will not come for another year Berle said the U S is moving o block any Russian grab for the Middle East by strengthening its leet and air power in the Medi terranean area and by encourag ng the admission of Greece and Turkey into the North Atlantic pact As a further step In this crisis diplomacy Berle said the U S can knit together the small coun tries in the path of the Russian drives by encouraging their na ionalist desires Even the Russian satellite coun tries hunger for freedom Berle declared some improvemen Saturday morning but suffered a hew attackabout half an hour be fdreMs death of death through the white house press office where Early served in the days of crisis before and during World war IL Joseph Short press secretary to PresidentTruman telephonedthe news to wire services Short said funeral arrangements have no been made Surviving are the widow the former Helen Wrenn and 3 chil dren Stephen T Helen Virginia and Thomas Augustus Mrs Early and other family members were present when Early died confederate In 1908 at the age of 19 he en tered newspaper work wtih the United Press in Washington Years later he moved to the Associated Press where he remained with brief breaks until 1927 Second News Biat Dne of his notable news beats was on the death of President Harding in San Francisco in 1923 Not fully accepting reassuring bul letins on the presidents condition he was one of the few persons on watchwhen Mrs Hardings cry for his physician disclosed at least a sudden turn for the worse He reported this occurrence for the Associated Press and a few min utes later was well ahead with a bulletin telling of Hardings death Early became Washington rep resentative for ParaciountPublix corporation and Paramount News He wascalled to the White House from that job The RooseveltEarly association dated from preWorld war I days jj when Early covered Mr Roose velts activities as assistant secre tary of the navy Aided Truman Early said he went broke in government service and often sought to get outbut was kept on jy one emergency after another tThen Mr Roosevelt died and President Truman took over he stayed on for a time as a specia assistant tohelp smooth the new chief executives way He left in mid1945 Early took the defense depart ment post in 1949 and had planned o stay only a year but the out weak of the Korean war held him for another 4 months In the first World war lie was a captain of infantry in the Amer can expeditionary force a ma chine gun instructor and later as Pleven Forms Strongly Conservative Cabinet y v Paris Premier Rene Pleven presented his strongly conservative cabinet to President Vincent Saturday after an allnight squabble over who would what job Frances worst cabinet crisis since World war ended in a breakfasttime meeting at the Elysee Palace ing which the president served coffee instead of the tional champagne to the new cabinet Pleven finally succeeded in forming a cabinet after other men had tried failed in the past 30 days Howllong it could stay in office wassdoubtfuL Cross Many observers felt that its life will not extend much past parliaments summer recess Relief Jasts until Oct 23 They were encouraged however because Robert Schuman named foreign will Cross flood relief contribu a government behind him to the Cerro Gordo county ie attends meetings of the big Friday amounted to a the Atlantic pact countries of ihe signing of the Japanese office reported that as of treaty All these events are 7 198 chapters in the mid uled for area had reported funds The new cabinet reflected the amount of for swing to the right shown in disaster appeal to meet hu June 17 election For the first needs Of these chapters 117 ii more than a year there are more than their quota socialists in it The cabinet chapters have sent in 2f excludes communists and 4 times the amount oftheir wing followers of Gen Charles goal according to informa received from headquarters Although the socialists St Louis Mo The letter re cabinet posts they are expected that 26 600 families are give the new government for Red Cross assist votes in the 1 Cabinet members were to the Gerro Gordo from the popular now stand asloDows movement MJtP a Friday S 54 00 ter Catholic group and the previously S217243 conservative represented the ical socialists conservatives to date lependents and peasants and Gordo quota 5205400 lemocratic and socialist union he resistants UJDSR to above quota 17243 Pleven himself Spot 2000 Communist Vehicles Enemy Pilots Refuse Combat U S Eighth Army Headquar Kotea XT S B29s Saturday blasted commu nist supplied stored near redheld the east coast of sistant officer in army newspaper Stripes charge on the The Stars and Pfc Schiffman Hurt in Accident Pfc Gerald W Schiffman son if R C Schiffman night captain f the Mason City police depart ment was injured Friday at Colo ado Springs Colo when the car n which he was riding crashed nto a tree One airman was killed and an ther injured in the accident All stationed with 3904 com iosite training wing strategic air ommand Camp Carson Colo Capt and Mrs Schiffman who eft by plane Friday night for Colorado Springs called friends in Mason City Saturday morning in orming them that their son xyas till unconscious but attending hysicians did not think his con ition was serious FLYING COW KILLS MAN Waukesha WIs UR Edwin Iherwell 87 died Saturday of in uries suffered when he was struck by a cow which had been hit by an automobile and knocked 15 feet atop of Shenvcll fire Out of Control at South City Dump A fire was raging out of control at the south city dump in Mason City Saturday afternoon The fire department reported at p m that the fire had been burning for two hours and that fire fighters were reporting difficulty controlling it The dump is near 6th and Mon roe S W Texas Cools Off After Heat Wave Dallas Tex UPJ Substantial relief from a Texas heat wave which has claimed 26 lives crawled southward across the state Satur day in the form of a mild cold front but it was too late tosave millions of dollars of seared crops The record gripped Texas heat for wave month has and delivered its heaviest punch this week Temperatures ran 100 de grees and with 116 reading higher in all regions at Henrietta the top Hungnam on North Korea Sighting by radar the Okinawa based planes rained more than 2000 bombs weighing 100 pounds each on the targets The planes encountered no antiaircraft fire or enemy aircraft In the week ended Saturday TJ S 5th air force planes flew 2700 sorties over Korea 385 of them directed at rail and highway routes in red territory Pilots reported they destroyed 296 red supply ve hicles and damaged 500 in the week TJ S marine fighters and air force light bombers spotted more than 2000 enemy vehicles on red supply routes Friday night Aided by flares the allied pilots inflicted substantial damage on the enemy supply trains the air force said It was the second suc cessive night heavy red spotted Mud bogged down ground fight ing in the west Patrol action was spotty in the central section but bitter local fighting raged in the east for control of 3 hfllssouth west of Kansong Despite broken clouoV andnu merous thunderstorms war planes flew 635 sorties the predawn Another Parley Slated I Munsan Korea Ufl Viet Adm C Turner Joy told cdni munistsin strong terms Sat urday they had the door on every attempt jto make progress in the Kae song ceasefire talks The senior United Nations envoy aimed hiswords direct ly at Lt Gen Nam n chief red delegate for flexible stand on the 38th par allel as the only ceasefire line acceptable to the reds You did not e to stop thefighting Joy declared You did not come here to nego tiate on an armistice You came here to price your litical price for which you are willing to sell the people of Korea a temporary respite from pain j You have engaged in tfiese f erences only to present demands not to negotiate a solution hides were destroyed or damaged There wasno immediate esti mate of were smashed iathe Friday night assault on Ted supply routes B29s ran hub at Hwangjo south of Pyongyang North Korean capital f Australian jets sighted enemy MIGS in northwest Korea twice but the communist pilots refused combat OneUN Fr80 shooting star 3et was shot down by enemy ground fire Sister of Tate Killed in Crash f NearWaterloo Waterloo UKrIto Tina Klie man 41 was injurec fatally Saturday when a car in which she was riding crashed into a barricade on highway 20 miles east here Her husbandNorbert 51je ceivedv severe headinjuries in the St Francis lospital in Waterloo said hewas in fair coneiition v V Authorities said the car appar ently rammed into the barricade when it missed a turn The Jcoat dock was at the site of construc tion work for a new bridge When Nam left the conference room at the end of the days ses observers said he was sion parently angry Brig Gen William P JJuckols official spokesman said Joy departed from his normally win tempered coldly logical phraseol ogy in hfc most at tack theTcoinmunists 1 Nuckols saidthe negotiator darkness heavy enemy traffic was and20 attacked and an estimated andireached minutes andjireached meet again Sunday at 11 ar m VJy iVv M Joys blast apparently followed hia failure to v The communique reds rebuffeo5 JoyJs gestion thai they nap their concept bufferzo3e based on and the overall military Mrs Klieman was the sister W H Tate 202 S Virginia state representative from Cerro Gordo county Floyd Tate a brother of lie Mason City man was killec ast winter in an auto acciden near Humboldt Floyd was high school coach at Spencer TRTJMAN SIGNS BILL Washington r e s i d e n Truman Saturday signed the first regular departmental appropria aon bill for fiscal year that began Tuly i It provides 52927000000 or operation of the treasury anc ost office departments Body Snagged in Clear Lake No Evidence of AP WIrephoto TO RUN FOR Bishop Homer A Tomlinson above general overseer of the Church of God declared in New York Saturday he will be a can didate for president in 1952 He said righteousness was his platform and an all nations nag his banner Clear W Johnson 4 Minneapolis whose body was jrought to the surface of Clear Lake Friday night by a fisher mans hook died as the result of heart disease Dr Ralph E Smiley Cerro Gordo county coroner re ported Saturday An autopsy revealed no symp toms of drowning the said An elderly vacationer at Lake was fishing with a long cane pole when his hook became snag ged Dr Smiley said He pulled in his line to the dock from which he was fishing and brought the body to the surface He was treated for shock and his name was not re ported Johnson was identified by papers on his body He had been missing since Wednesday night when he left the C Cornier home 110 2nd Ave North where he and Mrs J Johnson were visiting He said he was going down to the lake When he failed to return Mrs Johnson reported him missing The body was found near the Lewis boat dock at 1st Ave North A man description answering reportedly Johnsons was seen her husband might have carrying some There boarding a bus for Minneapolis coroner Thursday and Mrs Johnson drove the family car home expecting to Clear meet her husband there Mrs Johnson had indicated that been were only on the body but Dr Smiley said there was no evidence that Johnsons clothing or effects had been disturbed The Johnsons had been oper ating a business in Wisconsin but sold it out recently and moved to Minneapolis The body is at the ON v Nam aM mis fellow redsstood iemand that the line be basedon the 38th viding line between North arid SouthKorea blunt words came in the afternoon session He spoke1 isr minutes a re cess until Sunday 4 In agreeing to meet again Sun day NamIl said he would con tiriue to insist on the 38th parallel as the line This parting shot forecast another session of fruitless argument Nuckolssaid themoming ses sionopened with sibn administrative Joy then told the Areas the United Rations commandA could not accept the continued ittQexible stand of the the 38th parallel ceasjsfire spoke foronly 8 minutes Nam took the floor for the 45 minutes and repeated thefid f he got the impres sion that Nam more or less run out of any specific or logical argument He said the red negotiators speech literally studded with such phrases as foreign in terventionists malignant fo litical designs and freedomlov ing people of the world Asked whether the speech was a communist argument Nuckols said it was communist haranguing JT v tone Described while the delegates communist newsman outside said beknew exactly where the UN wanted to draw a ceasefire luie Allen Wilmington of the London Daily Worker said the northMi edge wouldrun from Soari 51Valr miles north of 38 on the east coast o a point 10 Elaeju on the westcoast Haejuls two miles north of 38 The allies have said they want he line to the present lighting front Most of the front s in North Korea although the ine dips below 38 on the western front 5 The unyielding envoys held their 21st meeting in a charged at mosphere generated by FYidajJs ongsession of wasted words and stoney silences Nam used the last part of Satur days session to repeat his demand that the buffer zone follow 38 4 This is the same position he took when he refused to any other possible line and re used even to bypass the prob em and discuss the next point on he agenda 131 Mlaites Slleikw His refusal took the form of Ward funeral home in Clear Lakeminutcs of silence during which   

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