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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 28, 1951, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowos Doily Newspaper Edited for tin MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NIWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LVIl Associated Press and United Frew Full Lease Wires Cents Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY AUGUST 28 1951 This Paper Coutitti of Two tn Railroads Hike Freight Rates AP Wlrephoto PICKET FOR youngsters and some 20 and mothers picketed the Missouri national guard armory at Springfield Mo Monday in an effort to force the army to discharge their fathers and husbands now serving in the 106th ordnance company at Pusan Korea The 106th was called into federal service a year ago Eisenhower After European Union Washington Dwight D Eisenhower has told senators heis very hopeful that many of our problems would disappear if Europe were one fed era union I believe it so strongly he said that I do not believe real security is going to be felt in the United States in the British em pire and other nations of the globe until that comes about He said he believed once the Whole area ofwestern Europe is united in a federation the Soviets will never be able to hold the east Germans out of believe that with all my heart Security Involved Eisenhower supreme command er of North Atlantic Treaty organ ization powers in Europe made those statements to a senate for eign relations subcommittee which toured Europe last July It Vote of 70000 Mac 4 to Over Ike Poll Says Los Angeles Douglas MacArthur is a 4 to 1 choice for president over Gen Dwight Eisen hower the Wage Earners Com mittee of America announced Tuesday The committee claims a membership of 100000 throughout the nation said it mailed out 120 000 ballots and received 70000 was studying U S economicandjback of which 56198 were tor arms aid programs Testimony wasMacArthur and 13052 for Eisen released Monday after deletion of j bower portions the group felt might ini RA McConnon executive dl volve securitv irector of the committee said the The general voiced his endorsepoll was taken at the request oJ ment of the federal union idea as members who wanted to know the senators started their tour how the country felt about having Then two weeks later as theyja military man as president and neared the end of their trip he which military leader was favored told the senators the post I realize that a lot of my proj The committee said that Gen fessional associates are going toMacArthur led ir all states except think that I am completely crazy Connecticut whsre Eisenhower but I will tell you that joiningheld a 3 to 2 advartage Europe together is tile key to the i The ballots were mailed to whole thing And if you can do it members of the committee and to with a European army I am ready persons selected at random from to put a lot of work in it city directories and telephone American leadership help and books explained Norman S armed forces Eisenhower said are Smith committee president fr 1 11J 1 1 Brings Higher Meat Prices to Consumer Washington UR Railroads boosted freight rates Tuesday bringing higher prices on meat At the same time consumers were warned of a new inflation spiral coming this winter Immediate effect of the new freight rate per cent in the east and 6 per cent in the south and permission for meat packers to raise their wholesale price ceilings To the Housewife The new meat ceilings will take into account the freight increases and at least part of the higher prices was expected to be passed on to the housewife soon Prices also may go up on other goods such as automobiles which are shipped F O B Detroit with transportation charges extra The freight rate increase was approved by the interstate com merce commission 20 days ago It created the paradoxical situation of one government agency con tributing to price increases while Economic Stabilizer Eric A John ston complained that the defense production act didnt give him enough power to hold prices down The ICC however granted the rate increases because of a boost in materials and labor costs to the railroads since the last freight rate increase two years ago The carriers had asked for a 15 per cent hike New Spiral Johnston said in New York that defense spending will start a new inflation spiral this winter He said it pushed the cost of living above an extra S350 paid so far since January 1950 by the aver age American family The new controls act he said wont be strong enough to hold the level maintained since last February once the government begins spending a year for defense Defense production is rapidly expanding but total industrial production in July was down to the lowest since last September government figures showed Mon day The decrease is only temporary A lull had been expected while industry switched over to defense output The nations mills and factories inay be as busy next year as they were in World war IL The federal reserve boards in dex of industrial production dropped 9 points in July from 222 in June to 213 in July The index is based on a 193539 average of 100 restoring the confidence of west ern Europeans and he added The faster they regain their confidence the faster they will do the job of defending themselves In my opinion the one thing that can break the United States and He said the two year old com mittee heretofore has been con cerned chiefly with fighting what he called the monopolistic hold of labor bosses who he said now dominate industry capital and labor give us nothing in return is to drag He aadea that the committee is this thing out We must go to the not opposed to unions saying that limit of our productive capacity more than i of its members belong and of the power of Europe to abto unions sorb our military assistance and get it done now Must Be Quick If we cannot do this job with in a reasonable length of time it cannot be done the general add ed But never let us lose sight of the fact that the selfinterest of the United States dictates that we inspire in Europe the determina tion to defend itself The senate group also heard from Gen Alfred M Gruenther chief of staff at NATO headquar ters and Eisenhowers deputy that there had been an overall in crease of 75 per cent in military budgets over the past year in the European countries He said conscription periods have generally been lengthened munitions production has picked up about 70 per cent foreign as sistance has been well used and the effectiveness of military units has doubled or trebled Gruenther said that for every dollar provided under this pro gram for equipment to help in the building up of European forces 4 or more dollars would have to be provided to build up United States forces having the same contribu tion to United States security in Europe Speaking of possible moves by the kremlin Eisenhower said I honestly believe that if you make western Europe strong enough the Russians will just turn else where the picking SAME to enslcr because they have got a nik flr lrafMc dtlth n whole world over to choose from S4 hours Report First Polio Case in County Mrs Ernest Hudson 28 of 122 illth S W was taken by am bulance to the University of Iowa hospitals Iowa City Tuesday a victim polio This is the first case in Cerro Gordo county reported this year to the county chapter of the Na tional Foundation for Infantile Paralysis according to A J Thomson executive director Ar rangements for transportation to the hospitals were made by the local chapter So far Mrs Hudsons case has every indication of being a mild one it was reported to Mr Thomson Predict 400 Holiday Toll Detroit the coming Labor Day weekend some 400 persons will die in traffic acci dents They dont have to die that way but they a variety of reasons Some will die because of care lessness some in an effort to trav el too many miles in too few hours resulting in fatigue Some will die because of a disinclination to yield the right of way to the oth er driver Mostly they will die because millions of motorists underesti mate the responsibility of piloting a couple of tons of fast moving metal over heavily congested highways It has been said that the auto mobile is one of the greatest boons of the modern era It is also one of the greatest mankillers of all time The 400 marked to die on the nations highways during the coming holiday weekend will join a tragic host numbering nearly 1000000 who have died in mo toring mishaps during the last 50 years That some agencies say is a greater loss of life than the United States has suffered in all the wars it ever fought 548000 A TEAR South Bend Ind all the expelled West Point cadets who have applied for admittance to Notre Dame are accepted it will cost an anonymous benefactor a year AP Wiiephoto AGAR SENTENCED TO John Agar lights a cigaret for his wife the former Loretta Barnett as he waits for an elevator to take him to the county jail Mon day in Los Angeles He was sentenced to 5 months and fined on two counts of drunken driving He pleaded guilty on one count and was convicted on the other Demos Tell of Nudity on Midway State Fair Out of Line More Asserts Des Moines is run ning riot on the Iowa state fair midway Iowa Democratic Chair man Jake More asserted Tuesday Fair Secretary Lloyd B Cun ningham replied however that if theres any nudity or indecency OP the fairgrounds it is on the sly and there will be absolutely no more of it Democratic Chairman More in a prepared statement criticized 3 midway shows in particular but did not identify them by name More said a dozen underaged bobbysoxer girls and more callow youths not of age watched the shows Monday Nothing but a narrow Gstring and two tiny lilypads clothed more than a dozen girls in 3 shows on the midway Monday afternoon a dozen underaged bobbysoxer girlsand more callow youths not of age sat and gaped in open mouthed incredulity at the sights and sounds More did not say whether he aersonally witnessed the shows or f the information came to him second hand Moorhead Tells Later it developed that Mores nformant was Frank Moorhead 75 democratic state publicity di President Tees Off on Czechs Washington UR President Truman gave the new Czechoslo vakian ambassador a bawling out Tuesday telling him the best way to improve present poor relations between the two countries is to free imprisoned AmericanNews man William N Oatis Mr Truman was short and to the point as the new envoy Vlad imir Prochazka presented his cre dentials at the white house He brushed off Prochazka in less than 5 minutes Witnesses at the ceremony said that the president in blunt terms told the envoy he had nothing further to discuss with him unti the cornmunistdominated Prague government did something about releasing Oatis Prochazkahad told reporters that Mr Truman received him in a friendly But that isnt the way witnesses White house press secretary said that after an exchange of formal ities Mr Truman teed off by elling Prochazka that relations DCtween our two countries had de teriorated ever since Jan Masaryk was murdered The communists have claimed that Masaryk for gn minister committed suicide Mr Truman told the envoy ac cording to Short that the best proof of Czechoslovakian cordiality for this country would be to send AP Correspondent William Oatis rector Moorhead said he spent jh0me 3220 Monday afternoon to make a j personal inspection of midway shows Hethen reported to More AlltOTrUCK Cunningham said agents of the air concession department have seen checking the midway 3 or 4 times a day and they have found nothing out of line If the kind of pitch Mr More talks about has been made in any show it has been done between he times the fairs agents made rjenison heir checks Were going over atjsac Citv Kills 2 Iowans Vail men were killed in an autotruck collision 5 miles north of Vail at a country road intersection Monday Dead were Joseph Kealy 40 of and Orville Jettre 30 of Allies Charge Fake Bombing of Kaesong by Communist Plane Italy Demands Extradition of OSS Yanks Final Action Depends on U S Verbania Italy Ver bania criminal court formally de manded Tuesday the extradition torn the United States of two iormer American OSS soldiers ac cused of murdering their com manding officer behind enemy lines in 1944 The court insisted that former t Aldo Icardi of Pittsburgh Pa and former Sgt Carlo LoDolce of Rochester N Y stand trial for the slaying in north Italy of Maj William V Holohan chief of se cret mission for the office of stra tegic services However the extradition was not expected to come quickly if at all First the demand goes to be prosecutor general in turn on the first leg of a legal journey through Rome to Washington In Rome it must first be con sidered by the ministry of justice before being handed to the Italian foreign office for action on a high diplomatic leveL Then final ac tion on the request rests with the U S Verbania Judge Carlo Rama said it the U S f ailed to grant the extradition order the two men would be tried in absentia Holohan was killed in Decem ber 1944 while distributing arms to partisans in the Lake Maggiore and Lake Orta areas of northern Italy Two former Italian partisans have been in jail over a year awaiting tnaT for their part in the slaying The Americans alleged part in the crime was made pub lic by the U S defense depart ment earlier this month once and makeit clear in no un certain terms that if theres been anything irregular there will be no more of it More in his statement describ ing one of theshows said Candy butchers passed the long time of waiting for the performjthese shows It leaves little to ance to begin by offering for salethe imagination Authorities said both vehicles were knocked from the road by the impact fJertre was thrown from the track he was driving and the vehicle toppled over on him Healy was pinned in his car candy boxes containing porno graphic dice guaranteed to form salacious figures posturing in dis gusting attitudes Many of the young people bought this candy and were given these dice Licentious The dances themselves are li centious and lascivious in extreme They are mixtures of the Hula Hula the muscle dance the Dance Du Ventre the striptease and nude posturing The strip tease was the familiar piece of all The human form undraped put through a series of wiggles and gyrations was the show offered to Iowa farmers as evidence of the greatness of the state It is a shame that entertainment of this kind is offered Iowa law lists obscene inde cent immoral or impure enter tainment which would tend to the corruption of the morals of youth or others and provides fines of up to SlOOO or up to a year in jail for conviction For One Day Only 1935 Meal Prices a Big Success Guthric Okla UR Hearty eaters released their belts anoth er notch Tuesday and said that the Oklahoma cafes oneday ex periment of selling meals at 1935 prices mighty suc cess For 25 cents they ate Fried chicken roast pork roast beef or meat loaf 3 vegetables dessert bread and butter and drink Everyone was happy including cafe operator Doin Taylor who dreamed up the experiment to attract new customers Boy they really went for It said Taylor Lunch customers were lined outside waiting I was ion buns Taylor said forced to turn em away part The portions on the meals were the day the 1935 enough to feed Breakfast customers werent j the huskiest man Chicken lov overlooked either The twobit ers each received two large pieces special included two eggs with bacon ham or sausage buttered tost and coffee We just plain ran out of food a couple of times Taylor said Tripled my staff to 15 persons but couldnt keep up with the de mand It was wonderful Hamburgers cheeseburgers and all other sandwiches sold for a dime We sold more than 500 ham Taylor could make no estimate of what the experiment cost himi but he said he had hundreds andi hundreds of customers flock into1 his 29seat cafe I me I saw people I didnt even know lived in this town the 30yearold cafe opT erator said Everybody was hap py even though some fplks had to wait a long time outside I believe it really helped my burgers alone The bread man business but Im not about to try said hed never seen such a run it again Photo by Sorllen RETIRING AS Gen Hanford MacKider shown in the field at Camp McCoy where his 103rd Cactus division now is on maneuvers will re tire from the army Oct 2 when he reaches the retirement age of 62 After participating in the active fighting in 3 the Mexican border World war I in Europe and World war II in the had this to say of the American soldier at the end of World war II There never has been and never will be a finer fighting man than the average American youngster He is beyond de scription and every American can stick out his chest with pride over the way they took it and even more over the way they handed it out They were magnificent and that goes for every one of them Sec story on page 15 Death for 6 Slayers of Abdullah Doomed Amman Jordan WAA special military court Tuesday sentenced to death 6 men convicted of plotting the assassination of King Abdullah Four other defendants were found not guilty and freed Col Abdullah El Tel former Arablegion commander in Jeru salem and onetime governor of the Arabheld sector of the Holy City until he broke with the slain monarch in 1948 led the list of those convicted He is now living in Cairo and was tried in ab sentia In Cairo El Tel said he was innocent The verdict makes me laugh and doesnt impress me he said He called the trial a mock ery before a tribunal appointed by Glubb Pasha Britishborn Brig John Glubb Pasha Am mans chief of staff especially to convict people at whatever Besides El Tel the following were convicted Mousa Ahmed Ei Ayoubi said to be the chief Cairo gobetween who was also tried absentia Dr Mousa Abdullah El Husseini a cousin of Haj Amin El Husseini exiled grand mufti of Jerusalem Abed Mahmoud Ok keh and his young brother Za karia Jerusalem cattle merchants and Abdel Kader Farahat The prosecution charged tha the assassination plot had been hatched in El Tels Cairo home King Abdullah wasslain July 20 in Jordanruled old Jerusalem as he visited the mosque of Omar to pray The court handed down a no guilty verdict for Eatfaer Ibra him Ayyad Roman Catholic sec retary of the Latin patriarchate in Jerusalem Kamel Abdullah El Kalouti cattle dealer and the brothers Tewfik Salah El Hus seini and Dr Donald El Husseini Defense lawyers for the 4 con tended during the trial that the prosecution had failed to prove they had any connection with the tilling of Abdullah by a young Moslem tailor in Jerusalem last month Anesthetic Explosion Kills Waterloo Patient Waterloo Hindal 20 Evansdale died Monday night from burns received in an ex plosion while he was being given an anesthetic in a dentisfr officd Hospital authorities said Hin dals throat was badly burrjd and his lungs were ruptured All About flhe Weather Mason City Partly cloudy becom ing cloudy Tuesday night and Wednesday Scattered showers late Tuesday night Scattered showersagain Wednesday after noon Occasional thundershow ers Wednesday night Low Tues day night 65 High Wednesday 80 Iowa Partly cloudy Tuesday night and Wednesday Occasional thundershowers Tuesday night and Wednesday cooler north west section Wednesday eve ning Low Tuesday night 6570 High Wednesday ranging near 80 north to 88 southeast Fur ther outlook Partlycloudy Thursday scattered showers Thursday night and Friday Lit tle change in temperature Tem peratures for next 5 days will average near normal Normal highs 84 Normal lows 58 Rain fall will average to J inch Iowa 5Day Weather Forecast Temperatures for the next 5 days will average near the seasonal normal in Iowa Normal high is near 65 Normal low near 58 Warm Wednesday and Thurs day Turning cooler Friday Warmer Saturday and Sunday Rainfall will average onehalf to threequarters inch occurring as scattered thundershowers Tuesday night through Friday and again over the weekend Minnesota Mostly cloudy with occasional showers Tuesday night and Wednesday CooJer south Wednesday Low Tuesday night 5055 extreme north to near 60 extreme south High Wednesday 7075 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Tuesday Maximum Minimum At 8 a m Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum M mum 83 60 69 trace 68 59 Then UN Blamed for Blow New Enemy Note Studied By DON HUTH Tokyo United Nations command charged Tuesday that the communists sent one of their own planes through the motions of bombing Kaesong last Wednesday of and then blamed the allies for the attack The charge was contained in a aulletin released by the public in formation office at Gen Matthew 3 Ridgways headquarters as the UN commander studied a commu nist note that could shatterhopes of truce in Korea There is as yet no indication as io the nature of the reply General Ridgway will make to the latest communist letter the public in formation office said Offer to Resume The reds offered to resume truce they broke off last certain conditions Primarily they want Ridgway to say a UN plane bombed the Kae song neutral area Wednesday He has already said no UN plane was even in the area He told the communists they manufactured the incident Less than 24 tours after the reds rejected this Ridgways public in formation office the same position in detail It said no UN planes were in the area at the time of the attack but that an unidentified plane was It added It is beyond doubt tnat this wai a communist aircraft AH evidence established the clear conclusion that on the Bight of Aug 22 the communists per petrated a deliberate fraud The release said that were no craters no bomb fragments evidence on the ground of a UN command air attack There is every indication the release said thatred truce per sonnel at Kaesong were accesso ries to a deliberate fraud Using diisry jf con ference site as a cloak of deceit communist personnel perpetrated a sham of unprecedented propor tions Elaborate Creating an elaborately staged and quite obviously premeditated scene they sought to fix upon the UN command a false charge of air attacks on the conference site The reds asked Ridgway to make a new investigation of then evidence of the assertsd bombing To this the public information office commented the reds have iad time to prepare flmore con vincing evidence of a bombing The original evidence was so transparent as to immediately in dicate the fraudulent nature of the bombing charge the release said But this defect in the evi dence could be cured Should the investigation be re opened itis probable that much more convincing evidence of a bombing attack would be pre sented Unthinkable1 Officials at general headquar ters was unthink able that Ridgway would refract ais charge that the entire inci dent was a frameup Red Chinas Peiping radio said one of the two American liaison officers who investigated the original evidence either lied or was incompetent in reporting there had been no bombing The broadcast quoted Alan Winnington a London Daily Worker correspondent who has been covering the Kaesong con ferences Urging a second investigation to include the reported new evi dence the broadcast said The time is short because the Americans may try to destroy the The release from Ridgways leadquarters reviewed the whole array of charges and counter charges of neutrality violations It said From the beginning of the conference July 10 the commu nists repeatedly violated the letter and the spirit of our agreements concerning the neutrality of the conference area After Ridgway called them on hese violations the release con tinued the reds started making charges of their own It added Their ensuing charges can only be interpreted as an effort by them to regain the face which they lost in the eyes of their fol   

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