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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 1, 1951, Mason City, Iowa                                lowat Doily Newspaper MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TNI NIWlfAPEft THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANSNIIGHIORS HOME EDITION VOL AMocUtml fnm JTull Paper Ccaalsti ot Two Section ttl Billion Okayed f or f or sigh Help J By EDWM B HAAKINSON Washington senate Friday night approved bolster freeworld de fenses against communism Thtf fatalTeas less than the 000 asked by President Truman And it was authorization passed earlier by the house A piirt of restored by a senatehouse con committee which wil meet later this month to iro out differences in the two meas ures Senate Democratic Farland of Arizona said Saturda that senate passage had put th foreignaid thebi hump1 Tbut com when congress getsdown to actu ally to Jfinane foreignassistance f 1sAdtutmrai 1 clearedtheseaat after twoconsecutive 12hour ses Authorized the aic Congress must put up the mone latef aftttthe senatehousediffer encesare adjusted Senator Schoeppel tft multibillion dollar stax increas must get throughcongress foreign funds are jtaxbiU piling staggering burdens on top til a tax loadal ready ieavy will bring an evenstronger fight for economy on foreign aid than we have seen an the authorization bill h warned among 5 repub licans i who shouted Friday night on final passage Others wer x SenatorsCapehart Ecton Kem andXanger N DakJ Most of the funds under both the senate and house bills would go for arms airplanes tanks and oth er military aid items The senate earmarked 000000 for such spending and 310250000 for economic aid Much of this would gofor building plants factories and other facil ities for defense production over seas One BUr Difference One big difference between the senate and Chouse bills is in ad Machinery Set Up for Sports Probe Philadelphia The federal government Saturday up ma chinery for gationrof gambling onprofession aand amateursportsrThe pre liminaryworkwill be done by1 committee of schoolmen an sports leaders a U Sjustice de partment official announced T OKeefe secretary of Attorney General J Howard McGraths conference von organ ized crime said tKateFrancis T Murray director of ath letics at the University of Perm sylvania willTiead the committee Other members OKeefe saic are Alfred Gjwynne Vanderbill representing racing forme Heavyweight Champion Gen Tunney representing boxing Wil Barridge and Ford Frick respec tively president of the American and National leagues representini baseball Dana X Bible athletic director at the University of Texas representing college football Nee Irish director of Madison Square Garden in New York representini professional basketball Everet Dean basketball coach at Stam ord university college basket jail and Bert Bell commissioner of the National Football league professional football OKeefe also announced tha VTcGrath is summoning to Wash ington some 500 representatives of federal and state law enforce ment bodies todraw up recom mendations for the investigation j voted to up a powerful new single administrator outside the state de partment r The senate rejected a similar proposal SO to 18 Instead it ap proved a 3way split in purse string control Under the senate bill the de fense department would handle most of the military spending the economic cooperation administra tion would handle most of the eco nomic aid and the state depart ment would continue to direct the relatively small point 4 program of technical assistance to under developed areas of the world Call on Egypt to Lift Blockade Flushing N Y The United Nations security council called on Egypt Saturday to lilt its blockade of Israel bound shipments through the Suez canaL The vote was 8 to 0 with 3 ab stentions Kussia India and na tionalist The vote came with unexpected suddenness at the start of a special Saturday meeting that had been scheduled at Russias request to give it tuns to present some new ideas But when Council President Ales Bebler of Yugoslavia taking over the chair for September asked if there were any speakers Soviet Delegate Semypn K Tsarapkin re mained silent with everyone else On Wednesday just as the coun cil was about to vote Tsarapkin had threatened to use the veto un less he Avere given a 3day postr poneraent to put in shape some soviet suggestions on the Suez canal case r All Abbiit The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy and cool Saturday night and Sunday Saturday near 52 High Sunday about 75 Iowa Partly cloudy Saturday night cooler southeast Sunday partly cloudy and continued cool with scattered showers likely extreme west Low Saturday night 5055 north 5560 south High Sunday in mid70s Fur ther outlook Partly cloudy with scattered showers Monday cloudy and cool Tuesday Minnesota Partly cloudy Satur day nightand Sunday with scat tered showers northwest and ex treme west A little warmer Sunday Low Saturday night 45 50 High Sunday 6570 lower near Lake Superior GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Saturday Maximum 71 Minimum 54 At 8 a m 57 Precipitation 02 TEAR AGO Maximum KB Minimum 56 OKeefe declined comment when ers and photographers accompa asked if the attorney generalbad any information activities in any sports other than college basketball Recent investigations in New York and other college basketbal centers have disclosed more than a score of stars were linked to gambling syndicates which fixed1 be results of some games Murray said I have no knowl edge of any gambling in sports other than what I have read in the newspapers Down Payment on Housing Is Reduced Washington UPJ Presiden frumau signed into law Satur day a catchall defense housing bill which sharply reduces the down payment required for pur chasing houses costing or ess The new law is aimed chiefly a spurring a housing boom near new and expanding defenseplants and military installations thai purpose it authorizes a federa ommitment of in luding worth of liberal mortgage insurance Effective immediately the meas ure also lowers the down pay ment and lengthens the payofl period that can be negotiated on lurchase of any house costing 12000 or of its ocation For example a house tenceforth can be bought for a own payment of That ompares with the that has een required since last fall under antiinflationary credit curbs niposedbyfederal authorities A veteran buying the same 00 house under a loan guaran eed by the veterans administra tion henceforth will be required b put only down VA has icen requiring Similarly the payoff period tow generally limited to 20 yearsj s lengthened to 25 Tot Run Over by Truck Dies Allan year and a lalf old son of Mr and Mrs Elmer Banders died at a hospital in Charles City Friday from injuries uffered the evening before when c was run over by a panel truck riven by the father at the farm omc The child was in the house when ic family was preparing to leave nd when Mr Landers backed the ruck from the garage he failed to ee the child who had come up be ind Funeral services will be held unday at p m at the high chool gymnasium where St Pet rs church services are being held vhile the church is under con traction the Rev I J Deines of ciating Burial in Rose Hill cem tcry Sun Eclipse a Puzzle to Man in Street Chicaf o heavy cloud cover eclipsed the eclipse the sunfor midwesternen The weather bureau at Chi earo uid theovercast extended from Minnesota to Missouri and trom Nebraska to Pennsylvania By TOM DEL VECCHIO New York A partial sunrise eclipse Saturday delighted astronomers butdrew only puz zledfrowns from the man in the street r Some ofthe latter had expected thedawnsarrival would be de layed by the moon appearing in front of the sunlike a penny on a nickel at the sunrise hour Daylight nevertheless came on schedule despite some cloudiness There wasenough sunlight so the clouds glistened even though the moon obscured about 87 per cent of the suns surface in the New area at a iieight of the partial eclipse Rubbernecks Stretch Some neck craners said they could see it but others squinted in vain K IT looked but didnt see any ihing commented one man hur work And to think I got up early for it another said ruefully Those too to get out to see fatthat hourwere able to watch it in their homes on television In the New York area the eclipse was partial leaving the sun in a crescent quarter moon shape r Butin the best viewing area a 95milewide path bounded ap proximately by Dobson N Car and Norfolk Va and running across the Atlantic to Madagascar t was an annular eclipse tiinf of Light That is like a total eclipse ex sept that the moon is so far from he earth at does not completely cover the suns surface It centers 4 New Red Divisions Spotted in Mountains By JOHN RANDOLPH JU S8tK Army Headquarters Korea divisions Vere spotted on Koreas eastcentral front Satur day as bloody fighting continued on the slopes of jagged mountain peaks Correspondent George McArthur said there were some indications the reds might jump off shortly on a major offensive An allied officer told McArthur the re red forces in the AP Wirephoto IOWAS PRIZE TWINS left and Timothy Hutchins 35 month old sons of Sir and Mrs Don H the Hutchins of Algona Friday were named as the prize twins nickel leaving a ring of ligh around the moon Reflecting the enthusiasm of ex erts Robert Coles chairman oJ he Hayden planetarium boardec an airplane shortly after a m o see the spectacle from on high A number of sleepyeyed report r report of he phenomena on a tape recorder and when he landed he gave this report on the eclipse It was all very successful and according to Cugats Singer Wants Her Day1 to Dispute Wife Santa Monica Cal Lane 19yearold thrush and entral figure in the Xavier Cugat marital triangle wants her day in court to disprove charges made against her by Cugats wife Her lawyer so Friday in ipposing an or ck for a deposition uswering the charges specifical y that Miss lane was disrobed in ront of Cugat in a Chicago hotel oom Superior Judge Orlando Rhodes ontinued the hearing for 12 days He ordered a deposition from Cugat who was not represented t the proceedings The band eader claims California courts ave no jurisdiction over him be ause he is a New York resident Davenport Bus Strike Okayed Iowa at the state fair The Youngsters both of whom scored nearly 100 per cent placed first in a special division Twins From Iowa Prize Close RunnersUp From Chapm DCS Moines 35month old sons of Mr and Mrs Don H Hutchins of Algona are the prize twins in Iowa Thomas Eugene and Timothyi Paul Hutchins Friday won out er 10 sets of twins to place first in a special division of the baby health contest at the Iowa state Eva Peron WontRup for Office Buencs Aires Argentina Eva Peron will not run for vice president of Argentina in the Nov 11 elections after all In rejecting the vicepresiden tial nomination of the Peronist partys high council Triday night she told a nationwide radio audi fair Other baby health winners were to be announced at ceremonies Saturday at the fairgrounds Tommy and Tim scored almost identically in the various divisions of the contest Tom scored 992 ser cent out of a possible 100 and Timothy scored 99 per cent He was marked down twotenths of a joint from his brother because he jore no evidence of having been vaccinated against smallpox Both scored 198 OUT of a possi sle 20 on the mental examination and 416 out of 42 in the physical examinations Close runnersup were Marilyn vlay and Karblyn Kay Behn 17 montbs old daughters of Mr and Airs Gilbert F Behn of Chapin They scored 98775 per cent Donald Eugene and Donna Alice f Danielson son and daughter of Davenport UR Residents of Mr and Mrs Don L Danielson of le Quad Cities faced a prospect f no public transportation Satur ay as the bus drivers of the Dav nport and the Rock IslandMoline ity lines authorized their bargain ng committee to call a strike The contract between the A F Amalgamated Association of treet Electric Railway and Motor oach Operators of America and iG companies at mid ight Friday night Contract talks etween the companies and the union have been deadlocked for week The union is asking a 40 hour day week with no reduction in ay or other benefits A union spokesman said the ublic would be given sufficient nd ample notice if a strike is ailed He said Robert Stack Chicago nion international representative come here to direct the trike if one is called Des Moines were third with 984 percent Fourth were Micki Faye and Vicki Kaye Smith daughters of Mr and Mrs Robert E Smith of Carlisle with 978 per cent Mrs William S Beardsley wife of the Iowa governor will present the Hutchins boys with silver por ridge dishes at the conclusion of the health contest Saturday Class winnersinthe baby health contest included Girls 1224 month Marie Hales daughterof Mr and Mrs Charles E Hales Northwood Score 9921 Boys 2436 Thomas Hugene Hutchins son of Mr and Mrs Don H Hutchins Algona Score 992 CALLED HABITUAL Clarinda A Scales 63 was indicted Friday under the habitual criminal act ence I know the people are with me in my decision It cannot be re voked The announcement was preceded by a 20minute huddle between the 29yearold Mrs Peron her husbandPresidenir Juan DPeroa and high party leaders later the high council accepted her decision and nominated Hortensio Quijaao 74 the present vicepresident to run again Eva said hep husband showec the extraordinary greatness 01 his soul in letting her make her own decision I have decided not to accom pany Peron she said but I wil continue as his humblest collab orator in the humblest position of battle 2nd Phony Raid Charged to Reds V F W Chief Urges Propaganda New York C Hil ton newlyelected national com mander of the Veterans of Foreign Wars has urged the federal gov ernment to build a propaganda machine equal tc that of Soviet Russia The Reading Pa veteran who rose from private to captain said administration lost China because it failed to counter soviet propa ganda which said America want ed to exploit the people and natur al resources of Asia Earthquakes Spread Terror Through Italy Rome series of earth quakes spread in the towns and cities of central Italy Satur day There was some property dam age but few casualties and no deaths were reported The epicenter was 100 miles northeast of Rome in the Gran Sasso mountain area Gromyko Set to Foul Up Jap Treaty Arrives in Frisco for Showdown Fight By DONALD J GONZALES San Francisco UR Russia Andrei Gromyko arrives Satur day for a showdown battle with the United States over the Japan ese peace treaty Gromyko and his tightlipped delegation were to leave their transcontinental train shortly be fore the United States Australia and New Zealand sign a defense treaty against new aggression in the Pacific at pjn CST The American delegation wasted no time in preparing a bulwark for the upcoming battle It railed its first strategy con ference at the Palace hotel Secretary of State Dean Ache son set the stage for the impend ing fireworks when he said Fri day night on arrival here that th really peace and which nations merel talk peace while acting in way that prevent peace Judd Fireworks Rep Walter H Judd RMinn who accompanied Acheson hi the point even harder If Gromyko does not want t sign the treaty he can continu talking in one hall while the trea ty is signed in another Judd saic The kremlms agent returns tc San Francisco for the first tun smce 1945 when he served as an adviser to former Soviet Foreign Minister V M JVTolotov Gromy ko is expected to remain in se clusion at a 38room rented man sion IS miles from the city until the conference begins Tuesdaj night The Polish delegation which arrived Friday night declined to state whether that country wil sign the treaty You will hear from us in the conference room Ambassador Josef Winiewicz said to reporters as he stepped from the same United Air Lines flight from Washington which also cameo delegates from the Philippines and Colombia 16 Million Lost Poland lost 16000000 killed or missing in the war and in concentration camps so you can always expect from Poland a con structive attitude for strengthen ing peace the envoy said The AmericanAustralianNew Zealand defense pact will be at the armys Presidio headquarters Golden Gate overlooking the The treaty is the price demanded by the two Pa cific powers for supporting the Japanese treaty It closely paral lels the AmericanPhilippines pact signed Thursday in Wash ington While the tripartite agreement answers Pacific fears of a mili taristic Japan it also is insurance of concerted action in event of communist aggression It will be force indefinitely The key clause states that each party recognizas that an armed attack in the Pacific area on any of the parties would be dangerous to its own peace and safety Quick action to meet the common danger would be taken by the 3 friendly powers according to their constitutions Sinatra Denies Suicide Attempt Over Gardner Crystal Bay Lake Tahoe Nov LR Crooner Frank Sinatra ricken 3 days ago by an overdose sleeping tablets denies at empted suicide after a spat with creen Star Ava Gardner I just had a bellyache he ex lained suicide is the farthest nought from my mind he had taken sleeping pills after an argument with the screen star What will you guys think of next to write about me1 Ava Gardner whom he plans to marry as soon as his wife divorces him was at his side as he gave this account Tuesday night I Miss Gardner Sinatra further denied a tiff withjmy manager Henry Sanicola and ic beauteous Miss Gardner and Id newsmen of plans for more mas Tree restaurant on the lake ghtclubbing and boating with er next week to prove it I did not try to commit sui cide Sinatra said Friday night Her turning up at a resort lodge near here to learn of reports that Mrs Sanicola went to the Christ for dinner Ava was planning to return to Hollywood that night We came back to the lake and I didnt feel so good so I took two sleeping pills Miss Gardner left by suto for Reno and the plnne trip to Holly wood By now it was early Wednes day morning I guess I wasnt thinking because I am very aller gic to sleeping pills and always have been I had drunk two or 3 brandies and I broke out in a rash Hank called the doctor and he came right over He me a glass of water with some salts in it I guess he was trying to get those sleeping pills off my stom ach Thats all there was to it hon est he concluded Frankics belated explanation came after a version of the incl dent by Dr John Wesley Field resident physician at the Brock way hotel on the lake who ap parently did not recognize the crooner and treated him simply as another stomach case Field said he dropped the case Wednesday evening when a subse quent visit found his patient in good condition explained Avas depart ure lake as being in an swer to a call from her studio He said she found the studio did not need her when she arrived in Hol lywood the next day and that she returned immediately to the Jake could throw a L whale of a at the UN positions But ie added he did not believe the reds could dent the aUiedline1 There was steppedup action on and and sea and in the air Allied officers said their divisions were engaged in the heaviest fighting smce the nowsuspended truce alks started in Kaesong July 10 1 Supply Lines Bit Bombers and fighters attacked red1 supply and communications facilities in North Korea Communist and UN jets tangled in a 20minute dogfight high over northwestern KoreaAll allied planes returned to base Maj Win ton C Marshall of Raleigh N Car was credited with probably de stroying one Russiantype MIG The ground fighting centered on the central and eastcentral fronts fains of up to 4 miles wereham mered out in the east and some gains were registeredin the center of the 100mile battleline The UN allies were stalled in a savage allday battle for Bloody ridge on the eastcentral front AP Photographer Bob Oteyxeport ed the redsfought to the death from deep bunkers and machine gun nests To the west communist counter Propaganda Purpose Is Seen Yanks Lying Enemy Claims t MunsaiiKorea identified airplane dropped dozen flares over the Nations advance trace cany here Saturday night alter ON liaison officers Sad rejected red allegations that an allied plane bombed Kaesonr Saturday morninf By THE ASSOCIATED Munsan Korea in vestigators said Saturday that if any plane bombed the neutral Soreart site Saturday as the reds was an air craft other than a United Na and 460 Dead When the figbting died down more than 460 communist dead were counted on the hillside Bloody ridge is a series a jagged peaks more than 3000 fee high The allied attack started at a m The infantry ran into two enemy battalions firmly es tablished on the slopes By au m they had been pushed back by withering mortar and artillery fire 53 Deaths on US Highways By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Fiftythree persons had died in affic accidents by early Satur iay as the nanon began the cele bration of the Labor day week end New York reported one drowning The National Safetycouncil es imated that 390 deaths due to raffle accidents would occur be tions aircraft The inference was that the reds staged the bombing or propaganda purposes Air Force Col Andrew J Kin ney senior UN liaison officer told a red liaison officer in the con ference city of Kaesong it was jossibte that a plane had bombed fee Kaesong area early Saturday No Evidence But Kinney said there was no evidence to show that the plane nvolved was an aircraft under UN control Pie jrecf officer Col Chanf Zlhua San accused Kinney of ul 6 p m Friday and mid night Monday Last year there vere 383 traffic accident deaths 0 drownings and 96 miscellane us deaths an aEtime for the 3day Labor day holiday In 1949 the previous record high Labor day weekend there were 410 traffic accident deaths 3 drownings and 87 miscellane us deaths reported BULLETIN ROCKET WRECKS Newton south bound Rock Island Rocket pas senger train was derailed Satur day in a collision with a truck at Elton Kans about 12 miles east of here No one is reported killed The Rock Islandrailroad at Kansas City said its pas senger train No 509 which left Kansas City at a m for Houston had turned over one mile south of Elbingafter hit a transport truck H D Dennis district maintenance engineer said there evidently were some persons injured bat lie did not know how many or tiow badly hurt ASKS CLOTHING DRIVE Washington President ruman has called on the nation to cooperate in a drive to collect 0000000 pounds of used clothing uring September for the men and children of Korea SAME IS3IT369 Black In Kinney told san the bomb craters saw could have a planted ground plosives dropped frpm tfie air said there was no evidence to up either possibility v Kinney led an investigating team into Kaesong to look into charges made by the reds earlier in the day He was accompanied by Marine CoL X C Murray 3 air lorce experts staff assistants and 4 newsmen The investigation lasted 3 iours and 50 minutes The reds had charged a UN warplane bombed the city at a m Saturday They said the rambs fell near the residence of h Korean 11 Gen Nam D enior zed delegate to the cease ire talks Just before the group left Mun san UN command headquarters flatly denied that allied troops violated ihe 5mile Kaesong neu tral zone Aug 30 and that an allied plane dropped flares over the city Aug 29 Concrete Evidence At the same time a headquar ters statement said if the ccm munists refuse to continue the talks it win be takenasthelast conclusive evidence of their bad faith The statement added this om inous warning In this case there is no doubt as to the course of action world must Saturdays trip marked the second time in 9 days that Kinney and Murray have gone to Kaesong to check on alleged bombings Earlier they rejected red claims that an allied plane had bombed KaesongAug 22 The reds broke off the truce talks Aug 23 Since then the reds have ed one chargetafter another of violations of Kaesong Today Peiping radio said a total of 25 nlanes have illegally flown over the city in the past week Two Holes A pooled dispatch from Kaesong said the UN party that went to Kaesong Saturday was shown two holes in the ground about 4 road miles from the conference site They were about 12 feet across and two feet deep They were about 100 yards apart in a grain field The dispatch said the reds claimed Nams quarters were just over the ridge from the craters The ridge was about lOp yards away Kinney said the UN command had been given no indication that Nam had moved from Kaesong to the farm lands on the towns out skirts i After inspecting the area Kin ney told Chang he would report back to his superior 1 Thatll was possible an air plane had bombed the Kaesong neutral zone early Saturday 2That the person in control ot the airplane apparently knew location of the residence in Kat song occupied by the chief truce delegate Gen B 3 Thatthere no to showthe plane involved an akcarft under UN cont   

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