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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 13, 1951, Mason City, Iowa                                lowcs Doily Ntwtpoptr N CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NIWSFAMI THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH I 0 W ANS N11 IOKS TOfc LIU WMi Onto MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY AUGUST M JI51 Thto Paper Ccoitoto ot Two OlM One Mans ion 0y W EARL HALL Peeking Behind the Iron Curtain ifO a newspaperman one of the 1 most amazing things about communist Russia is the effective ness of its iron curtain Its highly translucent if not wholly opaque Theres agreement that the blinds are drawn more to keep the Rus sians from seeing OUT than to keep outsiders from seeing IN But what actually goes on in interior Russia remains pretty much a mys tery At thistime for example the western world doesnt know what interpretation to place on the kremlins apparent effort to im prove relations between the com munist world and the free world This effort has made itself mani fest in a number of ways and in a number of places To rtart with it was Russias UN delegate Jacob Malik who gave us our cue for opening the ceasefire talks in Korea Along with throwing out thn peace feel er he dwelt on the possibility of a peaceful coexistence of capi talism and socialism and on co operation among the great powers New Magaaine in English Within the month too in Mos cow a new Englishlanguage magazine has been established dedicated according to its own words to acloser understandinj between the of the Soviet Union and the AngloAmerican first issue it elab ortted on the points Malik pre viously had made in his Korean truce suggestion before the UN Then even more recently Malik back in Moscow for what he termed a vacation leave from UN told a visiting delegation oi British Quakers that the Soviet Union was prepared for negotia tions of a business like character1 on world issues The kremlin he insisted is not interested in ex porting revolution And at about the same time for Iticolumni lor a menage toj the Russian peo HerbertMorrisonBritish foreign Will File Truman for Oregon Test President Truman was told Monday by Oregons democratic itate chair man Monroe SweetLand that his name will be filed as a candidate in Oregons democratic presiden tial primary next May Sweetland talking with re alter calling on Mr Trii nan at the white house said lie told the president it was the overwhelming sentiment of Oregon democrats that he be a candidate lot reelection in 1952 Lteteav Asked what the presidents re action was Sweetland replied pointed out He The Oregonian Speeders Motorists who repeatedly vio late Mason Citys speed laws are going to go to jail Mayor Howard f Bruce announced Monday The mayor made this announce ment after consulting with mem bers of the citys safety commit tee Police Judge B R Police Chief AlLstot arid City Attorney Ray Clough Members of the safety committee are Council men Oscar Jewell C Z Lefler and LloydMcGee A number of complaints about speeders have been received the mayor said Speeding is a dan that a candidate does not have to consent to the filingof his name in and can not for that matter cause his name to be withdrawn after it is filed The Oregon democratic presi dential primary next spring could pit Mr Truman against Senator Douglas now feuding with the presidentover the tet ters nominations for federal judgeships in Illinois A candidates name goes into Oregons primaries on the basis of a petition by 1000 voters A pe tition for Douglas already is be ing circulated Sweetland said So Is a petition backing Senator Ke fauver for vice pres ident Tare Sweetland told reporters there had been talk of entering Gen Dwight D Eisenhower as a pres dential candidate in the Oregon primaryon both the democratic and republican tickets but he ex pressed belief that Eisenhowers name could not be filed unless the general declares himself by next April 6 as to party affilia tion Senator Thye pre dicted Monday that Gen Dwight D Eisenhower will sweep Min nesotas open presidential pri mary next spring if his name is entered And Senator Cain said Senator Taft would be elected president if he got the republican nomination Cain interviewed on a television program declined to say how ever whether Taft wai per sonal choice sue the kremHn greater amount of to reply tOi the Motrtaon letter DM liMJiiif Sec It the wnoli matter could be taken at face there is a question about this even though ironically enough Pravda mean truth in bit of journalistic enterprise may Ihrow more light on whafsgoinff on be hind the iron curtainand in the mind of Joe Stalin than any de velopment of recent months It may of course be a reflec tion of my instinctive suspicion o all things communistic that Im wondering whether the Morrison letter and the kremlins reply toj it ever actually got into the hands of the Russian reading public It could so easily have been a lim ited issufc of Pravda for the bene fit of the western world In the case of the English language magazine to which Ive referred there obviously will be a limited reading This is guaran teed by the fact that ifs printed in English and theres a and of Rus sians who can speak English A Russianlanguage publication in our own country would have a limited readership same reason Sequel to a Dare The Morrison letter came about as the sequel to a dare The new British foreign secretary in chid ing the communists expressed the that they would be afraid to let a Briton speak his mind in a communist newspaper as com munists are permitted to speak their mind in a British newspaper he might have added an American newspaper When the heavy bass voice in the kremlin said ahead say what you will about us Mr Morrison was confronted with one of the most challenging journalis tic assignments imaginable How would YOU have met such an as signment Suppose YOU were asked to state in a 1000 or maybe 1500 words the best reasons why a Wore Taxes Agreed On By EDWIN B Chairman DWyo said Mon day there appears to be general agreement in his congressional economic committee that expen ditures must to a mini mum and taxes increased He made the statement to re porters after the committee stud ied a staff report warning of prob able rising prices more inflation and 3 years of federal deficits There was general agreement DMatioriey said that inflation is the most serious threat to the po sition that this country is taking in the world The American economy is the principal bulwark of the free world He said that in the absence of a committee quorum the report was not adopted Monday But among members present he said there was no criticism of the report anc no objections Main theme of the report ap peared to be arguments in suppon of gerous proposition and we are joing to have more drastic en iorcement of speed laws Mayor Bruce announced the f pl owing program to deal with speeders 1 Jail sentences plus fines for repeaters The mayor said city ordinances give Judge Dunn ample authority to deal with speeders as he may see fit He said Judge Dunn also will recom mend that the state suspend the drivers licenses of second of fenders 2 An extra police car wfllTjegin patrolling Mason Citys streets im mediately to watch for speeders Concerning driv ers Mayor Bruce said the state usually follows the wish of the police judgeon these mat 1 A considerable higher increase in federal taxes than the 000000 a year boost voted by the house Senators have been talkinj of holding the increase to 5 or 6 of the army and the presiden said Col James B Leer the academys public billions 2 Stiffer government controls over prices wages and credit with emphasis upon savings by indi viduals Russian munism should abandon com and turn to a form of government under which men are uwaaeauj tosuiciae i ree Exactly what would YOU unrequited love atinr free Exactly say Thats exactly what Herbert Morrison let himself in for A WellWritten Letfer Because of my time limits I can only outline the Morrison let ter Ill preface this by saying I thinkhe made about as good a case for the government that ex ists in Britain today as could be made by anybody in the labor re gime Doubtless he had the help of its best minds By stressing the point that free access to right to know the the keystone of enlightened government by free men Mr Morrison was automat ically directing attention to the fact that this great free CONTEKTOD ON PAGE 2 St Ansgar Man Takes Own Life St Anstar Raymond Timm sen 39 an employe of the Oliver plant at Charles City was found dead in a car in the garage at his home here Monday at a m by his father Casper Timmsen Coroner Ralph L Whitley attrib uted death to suicide following an Sheriff Lewis Haberkorn and Coroner Whitley of Osage found the ignition of the car turnec on but the motor had stopped running The coroner believes the suicide occurred sometime Sundaj afternoon The young mans father told of ficers his son had been despond ent for 3 or 4 days He was last seen alive at a m Sunday The senior Timmsen had gone to Carpenter to spend the day re turning home at p m Sun day He went to the garage saw his sons car in the garage parked his own car and went to bed Upon arising Monday morning the senior Timmsen was preparing lunch for his son and not findinj him about the house Invcstigatec and discovered the body Mayor Urges Citizens to Report Violators Mayor Howard E Bruce Mon day encouraged the cltiseas of MMOO City to report violations of speed laws whenever they and to flic informations the violators IB connection with a citywide campaign to creek down on speeders the mayor taid law enforcement want Ma im Cityana to report violations Chief Allstot laid Informations nay be filed at the police sta tion More than one witneM to desirable aad its a food idea to have description of the of fender in addition to the liceiue number o the car the chief Chief Allstot pointed out insurance companies are becom ing increasingly cautious about in suring drivers who have polio records for speedingand other violations Special often call at the station to check records he said ficial announcement that fina hearings should be completed ear ly this week on the 90 cadets f ac ing dismissal for cribbing on ex animations action weare to take ha been approved by the departmen officer He added There canbe no deviation from the statement made last week b the superintendent Maj Gen Frederick Irving Irving had saidthat cadets ad mitting guilt under oath would b given a chance to resign Those re fusing to resign he said wouli be discharged by administration order An army spokesman says tha in either case the cadets depart ures would imply neither honor able nor dishonorable conditions Scorch for Girl Escapees Mitchellville i Police are searching for Laura Mae Kelly 16 Muscatine and Rosetta Go fourth 15 Cedar Rapids who cs capcd Sunday from the MitcheU ville state training school for girls the Iowa highway patrol said Th girls dressed in their blue dres uniforms were last seen hcadcc in a northwesterly direction EARLY RITES TUESDAY Washington Stephen T Early press secretary to two prcs idents will be buried in Arlingto National Cemetery Tuesday morn ing UN Must Change Demand Enemy Negotiators CarTrain Crash Fatal to 4 lowans 6 Fatalities in Whittemore Area WhiUemore cartrain collision during a heavy rain storm took the lives Sunday night of 4 young persons who were drivingto a dance Three of the victims were chil dren of Mr arid Mrs Mark In sko of St Joe Iowa Insko is well known as the owner of a string of i trotting and pacing lorses The tragedy brought to 6 the weekend traffic toll in the Wlit temore All 4 occupantsof the car were killed when it was demolished by an eastbound Milwaukee passen ger train the Sioux The crash occurred about p m Dead were Donald Insko 27 fanner near St Joe in Kossutb county his sisters Delia 18 an Algona Telephone operator and Deloris 16 Livermore high school student and Kenneth Lind 20 of Miller S Dak Lind was a stable groom employed by the Inskos father The accident occurred on a gravel road two miles west of Whittemore and a mile south of highway 18This was only two miles from the spot where a two car collision Saturday tailed V Elaine Asher Spencer auto dealer and Helmuth Huehhold Algona florist Parents of the Insko children said the young folks planned to stop atthe John Berte farm a mile from the fatal crossingbe fore driving on to a dance in Whittemore Sheriff deputies driving rain hadreduced Visibility i TheSioux s S Chicago appar flwas running slightly behind dule TheMark Inskos have been living in a trailer at the Algona fairgrounds although theirper manent home is at the farm near St Joe which Donald operated Besides inchparents the In skos are survived by a sister arid 3 brothers including one who isin the navy enroute to Hawaii Navy Bomber Is Missing Kodiak Alaska navy pa trol bomber with 12 crewmen aboard was reported missing Mon day in Alaska It was the 4th plane to have vanished along the No Honorable Discharges for Cadets West Foint Jf Yf Th army was holding firm Monda to its stand that there will be n honorable discharges for cadets found guilty of violating the mil itary academys honor code There has been a strong move ment launched last week by head Football Coach Earl Red Blaik to allow the accused cadets t leave the academy without th stigma contained or implied in started Monday after the bomber ether forms of dismissal was presumed lost Fog and rain A restatement of the armys po sition came Sunday with an of Alaska and British coasts since July 21 ried 60 persons Columbia They car The navy PB4 Y 2 Privateer disappeared Sunday after taking off at a m from its Kodiak base on a routine operational mission An air and sea search was curtailed rescue efforts Meanwhile there was no slack ening in the hunt for a Korean airlift DC4 with 38 aboard which disappeared July 21 over the Alas ka panhandle between Cape Spen cer and Yakutat about 500 miles east of Kodiak Iowa Nebraska Air Groups Help MidWest Airlines Washington Iowa and Nebraska aeronautics commission Monday supported MidWests Airlines application for renewal of its operating certificate MidWest of Omaha serves cit ies in Iowa Nebraska South Da kota and Minnesota Its temporary certificate has expired and it has the civil aeronautics board for a renewal for 3 to 5 years It also has requested an exten sion of its present routes from Omaha into Fargo N Dak Den ver and Cheyenne Wyp This would extend a service which now ends at North Platte and Grand Island Nebr Dak and at Huron S Don Maples of Norfolk Nebr representing the Nebraska depart ment of aeronautics told a CAB examiner the route provides serv ice between major trade areas Norbert Locke of the Iowa aero nautics commission Des Moines said there is a great community of interest among the Iowa cities served by MidWest and that the service should be continued FIRE HITS 14 HOMES Bradley Cal home in this tiny rural community was vacated when fire that destroyed or dnmaged 14 buildings threat lencd to engulf the entire town GlobeGuette photo brMuster1 THREE HURT Tatum 15 938 Taylor N W was reported in good condi tion Monday at a Mason City hospital after the car in which he was ridingoverturned Sunday night on highway 65 just south of the Mason City city limits Mrs Merle Tatum and her 17yearold daughter Dixie were released from the hospital after treatmentf for minor injuries Fear of Russia Ridiculous Ike Washington tirVrThe senate foreign relations commit tee cutout of asuTJcornttittees report on foreign aid Mm day cfitieism oftteFrancowgimein Spain zepprtr which quojfced js sostrong it is overlyafraid of stru gectioa which 1 No one questionsthat Spain would be ally in the event of a communist attack in Europe Yet many peopledo ques tion whether the acquisition of such an ally is worth the price that would be exacted byway of compromising the moral and spir itual values shared by the free nations of the Atlantic area One of the enigmas that struck the subcommittee as it examined the Spanish situation was that any American assistance to Spain would in fact strengthen General Franco thereby reducing the like lihood that the Spanish people would regain such freedoms as those of religion assemblage and Unlinked The full committee also cut out section of thereport which linked Yugoslavia with Spain in cluding a reference to the asser tion that both countries are gov erned by dictators The full committee left in the report made by a subcommittee of 9 which toured European cap itals in July a recommendation Before th e sword held forever behind a mans back ready to chop off hishead To gain real unity senators said Eisenhower told them the Job is toconvince every nation and man participating in western Eu ropesdefenses that we are ap proaching this thing from the standpoint of enHgbtened selfin terest There wfll be unity when every man believes what he is doing is good for him Eisenhower was quoted as telling the committee during conferences at Ms Paris headquarters sleep Fears Sleep I can agree with the general that the free world has a great preponderance of material intel lectual spiritual technical and professional resources Hunt said but I hope that doesnt lull us into a peaceful sleep we were en joying before the Korean war Eisenhowers views were in a subcommittee report prepared for the senate foreign relations and armed services committees These groups are meeting jointly to con sider the administrations 000000 foreign aid bill The subcommittee including 9 members who visited Europe in July reported that Eisenhower lad told them The material intellectual spiritual technical and profession al resources available tothe free world are so overwhelming as compared with what the iron cur tain and satellite countries have that it is almost ridiculous for us to be talking in terms of fright and hysteria which we often do The report said Eisenhower ac knowledged the soviet bloc has a unity lacked by the North Atlantic treaty nations but said it was brought about by a gun and a Elizabeth Kenny Reports She Is Incurably III Sydney Australia Elizabeth Kenny a leader in the fight against polio told a Syd ney Sun reported Monday she is incurably ill and has little time left in this world The world famous nurse did not name the disease with which she aid andjhas been stricken but the reporter a like amount in economic assistsaid she was shaking and looked ance to Spain Senators generally were en couraged by Eisenhowers state ment that it is ridiculous to be overly frightened by Russias mil itarv power But Senator Hunt a member of the armed services committee told a reporter he hopes the North Atlantic defense com manders estimate of comparable free world and iron curtain strength doesnt lull congress to ill Miss Kenny who is 65 said she would continue her fight against the ravages of polio until I dieJ She will leave Thursday for the United States enroute to an in ternational poliomyelitis ence in Copenhagen Denmark underanurses care on the trip I am unwell and incurably so she said I only hope 1 will be spared the time to come home again 1 am veryhappy in my beautiful home among my own relatives and the people among whom I made my discoveries on poliomyelitis I want to end my days at home Her journey to the United States is easedby the fact that the American congress in a spe cial bill granted her the freedom of the United States She is the second person in history to gain this distinction which allows her to travel bach and forth without passport or immigration formali ties The first was Gen Lafay ette who won the right forhis services in helping theAmerican colonists gain their independence from England in the 18th centuiy Crack Down on Railroad Romeos Birmingham England UR Railroad police announced a crackdown Monday on the rail road romeos of Birmingham who take their girls on slow local trains in the evenings and make love in the compartments The police explained they are not concerned about morals The romeos throw the light bulbs they complain and the loss approximates 2000 bulbs a month Red Cross Adds to Flood Relief Red Cross flood relief contribu tions Saturday brought more tothe Cerro Gordo county chap i t IT nere received a5io1 Gen Nam II j Refuses Switch of Own Views Calls Allied Note Unsatisfactory t By GEORGE A BicARTHUR C MHman Korea cbitC ommunist armistice aid Monday night Korean alks willnot make any pro unlessthe United Nations changes its demands on to create a buffer zone w The statement from NorthKo rean Lt Gen Nam n was broaa ast by the red Pyongyang radio 0 hours after he had again used to change Tiis own dej bands H Thereiilposition isw firmly fixed thatin Mondays negotia ion session Nam n rejected UN statement as not satisfac tory as delivered And a communique saidi am n madethe rejection while speaking from a previously prei pared and translated paper 1 In the Pyongyang broadcast Nam n called oJKthe UNdelegai tion to changeitsattitude and to take into our demands for a buff er zone along the 38th destniction is awful feportea weather is hot she added Miss Baird isr ihe reception work includes enrol ingpersons keeptog caserecords and assisting with the disbursin of finances to the Cerro Gord chapter are as follows Receipts Saturday 150 Raised previously 22264 Total todate 224j43 Cerro Gordo quota i 2054W Received above quota 1874 Luther League Convention Opens City The Luther League of America opens its 56th biennial convention on the cam pus of the University of Iowa Monday night Over 1000 delegates from 28 states and 4 provinces of Canada were expected to attend It wilTbe the time in the history of the league that a con vention has been held on the cam pus of a large university The ends Frjday with the election of The Sev Raymond Tiemeyer pastor of Trinity Lutheran church at Tipton is head of the Iowa committee ins charlgeiof the con vention sessions The Rev George T L Jacobsen of Iowa City is vice chairman Harold Kruger Manly is president of the Luther League of Iowa Hesaid if theKaesong truce negotiations are to make any progress at all must change their distorted mandsthey have made up to now T UNspokesmen have made clear that the allies will not consider a demarcation line on the parallelTheysay the reds mutt change their stand if negotiai tions days onehour All About The Weather Maaon City Partly cloudy through Tuesday Low Monday night 58 High Tuesday 78 owa Considerable cloudiness Monday night with lows 52 to 56 north 56 to 60 south Partly cloudy and cool Tuesday with high 75 to 80 further outlook Cloudy with scattered showers anda little warmer Wednesday Partly cloudy and cooler again Thursday Minnesota Partly cloudy west and south cloudy northeast Monday night Continued cool Tuesday partly cloudyand a little warmer Low Monday night 45 50 north 5055 south High Tuesday 7580 except lower close to Lake Superior GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 ajn Monday Maximum 72 Minimum 59 At 8 a m 67 Precipitation 106 to thi same question 3 jected every UN attempt brealc the deadlock y could not even agree on where their armiesare Their next for 11 ai m Tuesday 7 pTm day CST back where theystarted A UNspokesmari saidthe red generals refused again Monday to side step toe deadlock and talk about something else f They igj nored a UN invitation to express their views on11 zone based on the present line And they again insisted on a buffer zone along the 38th paral L f f CrWi Mapi The difference in view of presi ent battle positions becameap parent when Vice Adm C Turner Joy chief UN delegate introduced a map comparing the alliedand red concepts of the fighting front Brig WiffiamvP Nuckolt UN briefing officer said they were in general agreement but there were some iarlyin the center and on the flails Joynoted they were prac tically the same on parts of the line 4 Nam U hadintroduced a man the preceding day showing thered concept of the front His mapcom pared this with 1 the allied view of a demilitarized zone based on the present battle line and I the 38th parallel as a demilitarized zone Nuckols said the reds on Mon daywere no less firm than in toll past ininsisting the fighting be halted right where it the old political boundary between North andSouth Korea Nam n insisted i was a just and reasonable line This mented Nuckols statement rather than an argument Communist arguments became slightly less temperate Nuckols said General Nams remarks were sprinkled with such words as ar rogant absurd and COWS ELECTROCUTED t Belford Jim Medlyns milking went beserk he turned on the electricity his 24 cows bellowed and stamped Two were electrocuted and the rest knocked down by an electrical charge YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 74 55 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Sunday Maximum 73 Minimum 49 At 8 a m 64 Maximum Sunday 72 SAME DATE Bkck aniM to iMl M   

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