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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 16, 1951, Mason City, Iowa                                Daily Newspaper Edted fcx to CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NIWSPAMR THAT MAKIf ALL NORTH IOWAMI NliaHIOIS HOME EDITION TOL LVII AwocUtod tat United Fraw FuU LMH MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY AUGUST K ItSl Pdpcr CaulfU of Two iocttoM fcctioa Ml Cease Fire Talk Diverted to New Phase Group Chosen to Study Line Bj ROBERT B TUCKMAN Muttn Korea negotiators diverted truce talks into a new phase Thursday in an effort to break their 3weekold controversy They created a subcommittee to try informally to solve th problem of where to create a lin of demarcation between opposin armies in Korea The subcommittee 2 repre sentatives from each hold its first meeting at 11 a m Friday 7 pm Thursday CST It willmeet in the Kaesong con ferencehall where all truce talks have been held Main Meeting Suspended Daily sessions of the full 5 mar delegations will be suspehde while the smaller group works The subcommittee idea was ad Tanced Wednesday by Vice Adm C Turner Joy chief UN delegate He suggested a small grou meetinginformally might solv the question which has stymiet conferences of the full delegations lor 16 consecutive meetings The communists accepted in 85 minute session shortest meeting since talks started July 10 North Korean Lt Gen Nam I chief communist negotiator pro posed two delegates from each side instead of one as Joy hac suggested The UN accepted The change permitted Nam I to name botha red Korean and Chinese general to the subcom mittee He appointed North Ko rean Maj Gen Lee Song Cho and Chinese Maj Gen Hsieh Fang V only one of dele gates immediately Maj Gen William I Hodes deputy chief o staff of the U S 8th army Brig Gen William P Nuckols UN spokesman said the other wil be named Friday No Real The subcommittees job will be to recommend location of a mili tary demarcation line and a buf fer zone separating opposing armies for the duration of the armistice Nuckols said there would be no hard news comingout rof the subcommittee meetings to give them coin We willmaintain close security on whartrfinsplres unless ttiey the communists use the meetings as a springboard for propaganda Nuckols informed the press ol the changed situation in a tele phone call to Tokyo He said the press corps going to Kaesong Fri day would be limited to press service representative one still photographer one news reel and one radio correspondent Nuckols said the presence of an undue number of press repre sentatives could conceivably ham per the informality objectivity and freedom of the meeting He said ao stenographers would be presentat sessions and no of ficial transcript would be kept Villain Faces Jail Again for Kicking Man Hollywood villain Lawrence Tierney who completed a 5day jail sentence a week ago Thursday faced a return engage ment in a cell for kicking a 28 year old college student in the face A municipal court jury found the 32 year old actor guilty of battery Wednesday night after de liberating for 6 hours The woman 4 man jury found him innocent however of a second charge of disturbing the peace Tierney who played gangster John Dillinger on the screen was convicted of kicking John Naylor of West Los Angeles in the face so hard the students jaw was broken in 3 places The fight occurred the morning of June 21 when Tierney and a companion Robert Crockett of Tucson Ariz were crossing the Naylors back yard He testified that Naylors mother Mrs Frances Naylor sen her collie dog after them Mrs Naylor testified that Tier ney kicked the dog and said she then told her son to go punch him in the nose Naylor said Tierney was stand ing on a 3foot wall as he ap proached the actor He said the movie tough guy kicked him so hard his jaw required surgery and he was unable to work for 5 vecks Naylor also has fiied a 58750 civil damage suit against the actor as n result of the beating Tierney denied kicking Naylor but he admitted hitting the stu dent with his fist He said he hit Naylor because he charged at him with a butcher knife in his hand IN FAIR CONDITION Ames Starn 16 of Ames working as a flagman for construction here was in fair condition at Mary Grccley hos tal after he ran from between parked cars and into the side a truck police said PURPLE RIBBON WINNERS above are the purple ribbon winners in the North Iowa fairs baby beef department From the left Roger Diercks Evelyn Gra ham Dale Lage Jerry Hall holding Lages second win j 8 Baby Beef Champs Crowned at Fair Here GlobtGiztttc photo by Bryint David Brue Galen Gruis Daryl Gobeli and Alan Duea with two A total1 of 190 calves were ex hibited in the 7 baby leef classes Senate Okays Million Money Bill Move to Reduce Measure Beaten Bj HARRISON HUMPHRIES AP Special Washington Service Wuhinrton The senate passed a money bill or flood control and navigation works Wednesday after beating al efforts to reduce amounts recom mended by its appropriations com mittee The only money changes mad on the senate floor were two in creases totaling The items added were 000 to continue engineering studies if a power project for the Niagars iver in New York and o water conservation acilities at Lavon reservoir in Texas In allthe senate increased louseapproved total by 813 But is still 159630 under President Truman budget estimate of Ms includes a of proj ects requested in a supplemeiita estimate last week as the result of recent devastating floods in Kan sas Missouri and Oklahoma Major differences to be ironed tut by a senatehouse conference ommittee are the senates restor tion of planning funds a number f new starts of flood control and navigation projects and continued vork on 7 projects all of which ic house had eliminated During 3 days of debate the sen te rejected proposal by Senators Douglas DH1 Ferguson R fich and Bridges RN H to ut waterway project funds by 50300000 then then 21393262 A lastminute effort by Fergu on and Bridges to return the oil o committee with instructions to trim it by failed on a 9 to 32 rollcall vote By a 44 to 24 vote the senate efused to suspend its rules to per mit an amendment by Senator Villiams RDeL to prohibit onstruction of any project unless ertified by the defensedepart ment be essential to national ecurity The coveted purple ribbons top honors at the North Iowa fair fo Cerro Gordo countys junior beef producers were hung Thursdaj afternoon on 8 of 190 baby beeve exhibited The champion exhibitors wer Roger Diercks route 3 Mason City Evelyn Graham Clear Lake Dale Lage Thornton two calves David Brue Clear aLke Galea Gruis Meservey Daryl Gobelj Thornton and Alan Duea Thorn ton two M G Fabricius beef cattle judge miade no official placings in the purple ribbon group It is difficult to make fairplacings oh a class of animals in which th weight variation is so great he explained Most of the calves exhibited a the fair will be sold morning at the auction of marke livestock on the fairgrounds Th sale is scheduled for 9 al m Blue Ribbon Winners Blue and red ribbon winners in the i classes of baby beef animals are listed as follows Weight 1080 pounds and up Roger Diercks Evelyn Graham Dale Lage two calves Paul Pruin two Barbara Graham Nancy Graham and Joan Lagel y Red Russell Woodj Chuck Coyle Abrahamson Roger Ames twqf John sonJimmy Rule Delbert Watson LuWarren Luick two calves Ronald Hice Joe Ban Jack Gra ham Richard Howard DickGil pin Dale Lage and George Dirks Weight 1015 to 1075 pounds Blue Ronald Wood Paul Bam ricfc Robert Evans Richard Knoll Joe Barr Billy Graham and Car roll Morris Red A u d r e y Dyre Richarc Abrahamson Stanley Abraham son Rosanhe Bamrick Robert De Witt Billy Ames Roger Ames Calvin Rice Mike Rawson Gor don Jno Roger Crawford Robert Euchring Lloyd Ginapp Jerome Barr two Donald Kramer and Larry Humphrey two Weight 955 to 1010 pounds David Brue Franklin En Vote to Decide Term of Office at Iowa Falls Iowa Elmer Ack rman has setSept 17 asthedate f the special election at which me the voters will decide if city lective officials will have a 2 r 4year term Action by the last egislature gives each city the op ortunity to decide whether the erm will be 2 or 4 years City officials are considering oing awaywith the voting pre mcts Instead of the present two recincts there would be just one or the entire town A city election will be held in ovember Blind Mother Recovers Sight Scranton Pa years o during childbirth 38 year old irs Mary Cerra became blind Since then her husband Frank nd her 3 children served as her yes But Mrs Cerra prayed She said ie felt deep down in my heart I ould see again Several days ago she was in the ffice of Dr Alexander Munchak Mrs Cerra described it My visionbegan to return Dr Munchak described the case as close to a miracle as Ive ever cen Mrs Cerra lost her sight as a esult of an optic hemorrhage on ct 24 1940 Seld Curran Roger Diercks tobert Evans Galvin Rice and Jimmy Erner Kisner Gary Pet ers John Hunchis Marj one Bam icfc Hoger Diercks Calvin Rice Itoger Johnson Harry Pringnitz tvro Ronald Rice Lloyd Ginapp Bob Ermer Bob Zweck Jack Zweck and Joan Lage Weight 920 to 950 pounds Blue David Brue Verla Toppin Low ell Seiberling VernGobeli Eu ene Evans Bruce Evans two calves Keith Van Note Judy Morris Galen Gruis Doris Gruis and Lee Gruis Red Kisner Robert Danger Paul Frye David Tesene DavidToft Myron Olson Ella tfae McClain Allan Dean Robert DeWitt Robert Johnson Don week and Leonard Gobeli 800 Found Class Weight 825 to 870 pounds Blue Hunchis Robert Danger Alan Dues Carroll Morris and Daryl Gobeli Red Larry Tuttle Dennis bhnson Dale Ouverson Robert Seiberling two Jack Zook Wayne Zook Jim Coyle 1 Mary Abraham on Lola Ketchum Robert Ev ns Allan Dean Andy Oswald Silly Ames James Vail Barbara Cnoll James McLaughlin Lloyd Ginapp Pauline Kramer and Lar ie Hindman Weight 810 pounds or less Blue Duea two Gary inther Eugene Evans and Bruce Ivans Red Donnie Bitker Robert Coope Howard Shanks Lowell Seiberling Gary Ginther Vern Goveli Roger Dyre Mike Raw son Keith Markwardt Thomas Siskow Jerry Knoll Bob Zweck Don Zweck Jack Zweck Lloyd Witte and Larrie Hindman Brothers Charged With Theft of Pig Held 16 Days on Suspicion Two rural Clear Lake brothers waived a preliminary hearing justice court Thursday and wer boundover to thegrand jury on charge of stealing a pig Justice C R Servison set bond for each a The brothers Arthur and aid Steuerwald 18 and 19 rout 3 Clear Lake were arrested Aug 1 They were held without charg in tiie county jafl for 16 days after their arrest by the sheriffs offic The brothers who are bein represented by Attorney A Feeney face a maximum sentenc of 5 years in the state penitentiary one year in the county jail or fine of Since the arrest of the tw brothers Sheriff Cal Dwan ha refused to comment on the case Until Thursday he would not con firm or deny that anyone had been arrested on a pigstealing charge A GlobeGazette reporter firs learned of the case Aug 2 He was unable however to confirm th story until ThursdayBefore th preliminary hearing SheriffDwan declined to give any informatio on the case except to say th arrests said he to getth farmer fromjarhonr the pigulleg edlywas stolen to file an infor mation against the youths The brothers wereurged Toy Justice Servison to obtain an at because of the seriousness of the charge facing them Th Mothers confined in the jail for 16 days had not seen an attorney before talking with Feeney at the preliminary hearing Feeney was asked to represent the brothers on he suggestion of County Attorney James Brown Investigate Laxity in Chicago Jail Chicago laxity1 in the big Cook county jail was investigated Thursday as more han 1000 policemen searched for an armed fugitive who killed a guard and escaped from the death Shoot to kill orders are out or Harry Williams 20 6 foot nch Negro who beat Tower Guard Arthur Turley to death and scaled he wall to freedom Tuesday night Williams a rapist and slayer was cheduled to be executed Sept 14 One guard already has been ired Edwin T first assis ant states attorney said the scape was a case of gross negli gence and laxity Breen said no search was made f cells in the death tier occupied iy 12 of thetoughest men in the United He said he also is seeking to earnhow Williams obtained 16 heets from which he braided the ope he used in hisescape This evidence will be present d to the grand jury and indict ments will be sought if we find grounds for prosecution Breen lid Sheets usually are delivered to nmates accompanied by a guard Prisoners are supposed to return used sheet before getting a aundered one The dismissed guard was Carl Anderson 57 Warden Philip canlan who dischargedAnder on said the guard had trans erred Williams to a new cell in death row after Scanlan re used to makd the change CUBAN LEADER DIES Havana Cuba Ed uardo Chibas leader of the op position peoples orthodox party who shot himself in the abdomen 11 days ago in a suicide Uempt at the end of a radio broadcast died Thursday SAME DATE Black fU yul Ice Show Ploys to SellOut The Ice Varieties of 1951 played to a sellout grandstand for the second straight night Wednesday Paid attendance of 8877 on Wednesday was more than double theopening day figure for 1950 Manager M C Lawson saic Thursday The very muddy track dropped the grandstand crowd for the Wednesday afternoon Stock car Daily Program tor North hwa Fair THURSDAY p by North wood band p Varieties of 195 on stage FRIDAY Childrens Children under free class dairyjun ior swine exhibits and 4H clu demonstrations a children matineeConcert by Franklin Consolidated band Latimer p by Frank lin Consolidated band p car auto races by Corwith band p Varieties of 195 on stage races to about 1500 out there was a larger crowd on the groundsas judging opened in both the live stockand other With the sun shining but fields ao muddy for anywork Lawson orecast another big crowd for the ce show Thursday evening If s so good it advertises itself he reported gleefully Itll draw a crowd every night The show is the grandstand attraction each evening through Sunday Friday will be one of the Big days for attendance weather per mitting Lawson said It combines childrens day with the big car auto races both popular with f air oers Children under 16 are ad mitted free at the outside gate and all rides on the midway will be at educed rates according to Model Shows Inc Texas Bird Collapses From Heat Recovers Waxihmchie Texas the birds are collapsing in Texas ecord heat wave A homing Tigeon tagged GFD 36 fell to earth here Wednesday pparently a victim of heat pros ration The bird was recovering Thurs AII About The Weather Mason City Mostly fair Thursday night low Thursday night 58 to 60 Friday partly cloudy and warmer with occasional light showers High Friday near 80 owa Fair Thursday night Low 55 to 60 Friday partly cloudy with scattered light showers developing in west and north central portions late Thursday night or Friday Warmer cen tral and east Friday high Fri day 80 northeast to middle 80s southwest Further outlook Partly cloudy with a few scat tered showers Saturday and 2 Die in Experiment Take Wrong Bottle Staff Doctor Admits Error in Laboratory Had Planned to Test Himself VenniUion S Dak Donald Slaughter dean of thi University of South Dakota med ical school said Thursday the death of two human guinea pigs in a drug experiment occurrec when a doctor oh his staff pickec up the wrong bottle The staff doctor whose nanr was withheld pending an inquest had planned to participate in thi experiment himself along with a 4th person Discovery that the wrong drug had been used halted the experi ment and saved the lives of the doctor and the 4th person who were to have participated Dr Louis F Michalek a mem ber of the university staff gave a signed relating his mistaken identification of an in jection drug to Clay County States Attorney Martin Weeks Jr Dr Michalek completed intern ship a month ago He was scheduled to testify later Thursday at an inquest call ed into deaths of Jack Clifford 30 laboratory technician f and Mrs Ardys Pearson 26 a secretary In jections of a yetundisclosed drut were given the two Tuesday after noon during an experiment They died 24 hours later Dr Donald dean o the universityjmedical school sak earlier all knownantidotes were given without effect Discovery that the wrong been used halted the experiment an saved lives of Dr Michalek and fourth person who was to hav participated Dr Slaughter said the staff physician calledhim after injec tionshad been given to Jack Clif ford laboratory technician AVAM andMrs Ardys 26 secretary The injectionswet given Tuesday afternoon and Clif ford and Mrs Pearson died 2 hours later Ineffective Dr Slaughter saidaH known antidotes were given without ef fect afterhis assistant phoned to say made Dr Slaughtered sworn state ments by persons present when he tests were conducted were to be given to representativs of the state rnTnirtal investigators of fice The tests involved combination of drugs to study painkiller ef fects Dr Slaughter said He ermedsuch experiments common to medical schools and said he and his associates had conducted thousands of similar tests be ginning in 1938 in Dallas Tex The experiment in this partic ular test Dr Slaughter aid called pr the use of a morphine seda tive drug and cortisone a new drug which is being used in treatment of arthritis and allied conditions Another drugwas picked up nstead of morphine Dr Slaugh er said It was this drug that lad the toxic effect The drug not involved in the oxicity This type of experiment when inducted with the proper seda tive drugs has been carried without iU effect Dr Slaughter interview Several new drugs which have a sedative action have been dis xjvered through such ments he expen Before starting the Tuesday ests the morphine and cortisone experiments were conducted for months on dogs at the univer ity Volunteering to take injections were Clifford Mrs Pearson a rd university employe who was lot identified and the doctor giv ng the injections Expert Consulted When it was discovered that Clifford and Mrs Pearson had een injected with the wrong se ative drug the experiment was lalted and they were rushed to hospital Dr Slaughter said Doctors administered all known ntidotes and I consulted an ex ert on this drug in an eastern tate In addition to being dean of the niversity medical school Dr Sunday No marked change in Slaughter is professor of phar temperature linncsoti Partly cloudy Thurs day night and Friday with scat tered showers Low Thursday night 5055 northeast to near 60 southwest High Friday 7580 except lower near Lake Su perior Little change in tem perature GlobeGazette weather data up o 8 a rn Thursday Maximum 73 Minimum 51 At 8 a m 60 TSAR AGO Maximum 92 Minimum 62 macology and chairman of the de partment of physiology and phar macology This detailed description of the test was given by Dr Slaughter The instrument used is called a painthreshold apparatus The subjects forehead is Deuce of Spades Killing Is Solved Explosion Rips Plant 2 Killed Baton Rouge giant explosion ripped through a naph tha treating plant at Esso Standard Oil companys refineryat a m CST here Thursday Two persons were reported killed and 13 injured Witnesses said house windows and shop panes were shattered in areas leading to the acre Esso refinery on the Mississippi river bank in northern Baton Rouge A thick tower of black smoke soared from a fiercely burning area of5 or 6 gasoline storage tanks at the naphtha treating plant Plant officials were unableto give the cause of the explosion Most of the burning tanks were demolished Esso firemen were fighting the fuelfed flames Sev eral railroad freight cars were ported turned over by the blast on nearbytracks Plant officials said the naphtha plant is a complex system of tanks and agitators that purify gasoline withchemicals V The Esso planthospital reported 8 injured 3 seriously Three more were taken to OurXady ofithe Lake sanitarium and two tothe haTe Washington cold blooded deuce of spades of an American cloakanddagger officer behind enemy lines in Italy 7 years ago has the defense department said Wednesday The William V Holohan then killed bytwo fellow America servicemen with the aid of two Italians All i were attached to Van office of strategic services OSS into enemy territory to get thelowdown on partisan guerrilla bands Denies Conneetton One of the former tr S serv icemen denied any connection withthekilling the other with held comment Named by the department u the principles in the case were Aldo Icardithen a 23yearold lieutenant formerly of Pittsburgh but now employed in TXtM York City The department in a formal mimeographedannounce ment that Icardi hatchedtheplot in a disagreement with Holohan over how much arms aid to give to communist partisans Carl G LoDolce then a ser geant from Rochester N Y department said LoDolce drew the two of and thus got the assignment of shooting Holo han when Icardi decided poison given him earlier mitfit not be effective At his home in Pretkness N J Icardi denied any part in the killing and siid he assumed it Baton Rouge General hospital Bank Head Attested for i Big Shortage New Kensington FBI Thursday arrested President I RSchlekat Of the Parnassus charged hfln with looting thebank of in the past 16 years Irregularities intherbank were disclosed by Edward Tefftchief of the division of liquidation for the federal deposit insurance corporation He said the shortage was discovered by bank exam ners ina routineexaminationof he banks Schlekat40 a sank since hisgraduation from high school in 1938 was charged with a violation ofithe national janking laws He has been pres dent since Senator McCarthy Asks Radio Time for Attack Reply Washington R McCarthy RWis ing time to answer President mans attack on McCarthytsm Mr Truman charged in a speech Tuesday night that scaremon ers with rotten motives are ausing hysteria with irrespon sible charges of communist infil ation of the government McCarthy said that although the resident did not identify him y name news and radio re rorts were unanimous in Describ ing it as an attack on McCarthy and McCaithyism McCarthy made the refluest for equal time in telegrams to the Few York headquarters of the National Broadcasting Co Co imbia Broadcasting System Broadcasting Co anc Vlutual Broadcasting System ians who j department Mid had told tfie story The department ot defnuehts gone way off base in asaiming I am implicated Icardi re porter J The ha to inc Nowthat those have admitted they wertinvohred in the killing I assume thit part of the story is true a the firstI have1 heard of it however Whenthe shootingstarted 1 ranf Thatscttie lastjlewat heard v Ruby said doer not want to nifckeaay ttthe f i AaMutrwnit all been studying RbehesteitSisfiWttfof The defense department said it ind the justice department een porinijbver lawbooks seek ing a wajiyto rpBosecute Icardi and LoDolce t added All possibilities now been exhausted and it ap pears thatthe only hope of coition lies with action by the Ital ian courts Thel Italian embassy declined comment on jrhether it would seek to have the two acfc to Italyf or triaLiir They cannotrbe filed by civil courts since the slaying the department accused themof took place outsidevtieW S andthey are beyond Cxeach ot military courts because feoth have been discharged f frong service minutes thereafter un 1 the level of activity created by le sedative drug had either tarted to fall or has remained onstant As a rule the time for lis effect is approximately 150 00 minutes In this way several new drugs chichi have a sedative action have een discovered and in addition has been shown that drug A or example which has no seda ve action when combined with blackened with India ink in or der to absorb all of the rays of the light which emanates from a 1000watt bulb the in tensity of which is governed by a rheostat Normal thresholds points at which pain is felt are iirst taken and if they are found to be satis factory the drug is then adminis tered and the thresholds are tak rug for example which has marked action will markedly decrease the amount ofdrug needed to produce the sedative effect This means that the toxicity of the drug is markedly reduced Dr Slaughter said that in the Tuesday experiments his refer ence to drug A could be applied to the employment of cortisone and the reference to drug B could be applied to morphine The department said the death of Holohan occurred on the night ofDec6 1944 It after the major was killed his body was tied up in a weighted sleeping bag and dropped into 30 feet of war ter in Lake Orta in the Alps neat Trieste It declared that two Italians who were attached to the mis sion under intelligence officers questioning a year ago last June finally broke down and told the real story of what happened to Major Holohan The department said Lodplce later located in Rochester final ly confessed and wrote out a state ment whidh corroborated that of the An investigation bjarmy intel ligence the said turned IMP that Icardi h a d apparently embez zled and converted to his own use a considerably large sum of mon ey in gold currency entrusted to him by Major Holohan But it did not indicate that was the motive for the killing As for that t h e department said there was a bitter quarrel be tween communist and noncom munist partisans and that Holo han withheld further arms aid for ixth sides until he could sum up the Situation Fatal Division This precipitated the murder of the major for it brought about a fatal division between Holohsn and Icardi the department said The latter took the position that the were strongest underground fighting frce therefore the mis sion should play ball with them The major howwnr A fit   

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