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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 5, 1951, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowot Daily Newspaper tor si CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THS NIWSTAPER THAT MAKIS ALL KORTH IOWANS H110 H 10 R S HOME EDITION MASON CITY FALL OPENING DAYS September 7 to 14 VOL LVII Associated Pros United PICM full Ltcw wires Five Cents Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 5 1951 This Paper Consists ot Two One 114 Yanks in Bitter Battle for Hills US 8th Army Headquarters Korea second division infantrymen smashed their way tothe top of Bloody Kidge in east Korea today They were locked in Bitter tattles for3 other heights Second division troops drovethrough heavy red re sistance and captured the hillmass north of Yanggii Then forward toassault another height just to the north Beds dug securely into crags and ridges checked the American drive In the same sector other second division soldiers were locked in a heavy daylong fight with com munists atop two towering crests The Americans have been trying to knock the reds off these crests for a week The communists have withstood daily infantry assaults and continuous artillery bombard ment 3 Divisions Destroyed UN troops killed wounded or captured the equivalent of 3 red divisions last month the UN ground commander reported Wednesday mostly on the eastern front Gen James A Van Fleets con servative estimate of at least 26 000 red casualties covered a period in which action was limited while sides held truce broken off Van Fleet said that even after frontline estimates were carefully evaluated and cut down the fig ures showed 15000 reds killed 10000 wounded and more than 1000 captured The pace of red casualties un doubtedly increased the past few days Waves of communists were committed in repeated counterat tacks aimed at stalling an allied push in mountainous eastern Korea The fighting subsided Tuesday but only after a limited offensive by 3XL S divisions 3 South Ko rean divisions and an Ethiopian brigade had ground out gains up to 5 miles and seized the impor tant Punchbowl area 20 miles north of parallel 38 Consolidated The allies dug in Tuesday and consolidated their gains The drive had pushed the XIN line within artillery range of Kumsohg a red stronghold 29 miles north of 38 in east central Korea Land based UN warplanes flew tbtali of 660 sorties Tuesday Night strikes by flare dropping planes knocked out 660 red trucks Marine planes and Mustang pilots flewJO sorties in support of front line troops strafing and blasting reds with explosive and fire bombs Indian Veteran Is Laid to Rest Washington body of Sgt John Rice Winnebago Indian who was denied burial in an all white cemetery was laid to rest with full military honors Wed neseday in Arlington National cemetery President Trumans own honor guard Sfromi the 3rd infantry di vision took part in the ceremony only a few yards from the hill side graves of General of the Armies John J Pershing and of General Walton Walker late commanSer of the 8th army in Korea Taps sounded over Rices grave just one day less than one year after the 37yearold Winnebago Nebr soldier was killed in ac tion during one of the grimest pe riods of theKorean war It was 8 days ago that Rices burial was halted at the grave side in Sioux City Iowa because cemetery rules prohibited the burial of nonCaucasians Piresi dent Truman offered gn Arling ton burial on the following day A black caissoa drawn by 6 grey horses bore body en cased in a i flag covered coffin from the Fort Myer Va chapel to theCanopied gravesite In the shadow of the canopy Rices Sarnie her wheelchair and sobbed quiet ly as a Catholic chaplain Cant John F Qrzel of Rutland Vt conducted the burial rites 65yearold mother Mrs Davis leaned forward in Poles Go Looking for Tough Problem San Francisco tP Red Po lands delegation which is expect ed to back any move Russia may make to stall the Japanese peace treaty had state department and city officials busy Tuesday trying to find a copy of a book The title Major Problems of United States Foreign Policy Ridgway Reported on Final Draft By ROBERT VERMILLION Tokyo UR Matthew B Ridgway wasreported Wednesday night to have drafted a last word message to the high com munist command in Korea to break the ceasefire stalemate His message was understood to be the TIN final about the alleged Kaesong neutrality viola tions and a challenge to the reds to either resume negotiations at once or break themoff for good The long delay in answering the last note from North Korean Pre mier GenKim II Sung and Com munist Gen Peng Tehhuai was believed due tq the absence from Washington of President Truman and his advisors Ridgway has a free hand in the handling of the ceasefire talks and the Kaesong neutrality con troversy But there was no doubt here that moves require at least informal approval from higher headquarters The last communist message de manded that the UN reinvestigate the red charges of neutrality vio lations and then either give guar antees against repetitions of the violations or definitely end the talks Ridgways message was expect ed to seek an endto the rapid fire exchange of accusations and denials and torn the attention of to something differ ent in order tofind a way out of the present Speculation at headquarters cen tered on a Ridgway proposal for a the conference site in order to avoid futuresnags in ne gotiations by arguments over al leged incidents they would honor any suchorders The action followed a brief con ference in chambers after the Taft Hartley act to end the strike President Truman called for the action last night after his fact finding board reported the Kennecott Copper Corp AP Wirephoto A SALUTE FOR THE PRESIDENT Threeyearold Louis Jensen exchanges salutes with President Truman as the president leaves his hotel in San Francisco for Tuesday nights opening session of the Japanese peace treaty conference At theright behind Truman is Cal ifornia Governor Earl Warren Order Copper Strike Halted temporary re straining order was issued in U S court Wednesday to halt thestrike in the strategic copper industry The order was signed by Circuit Judge Alfred P Murrah of the 10th circuit court Judge Murrah set Sept 14 for a hearing on issuance of a prelim Deputy Foreign Minister Andrei inary injunction Gromyko proposed that commu Union officials earlier had said nist Chinese representatives be Russ Foil to Block Peace Moves San Francisco IP Russias drive to block AngloAmerican control of the Japanese peace con ference was abruptly cut short Wednesday and the conference adopted 48 to 3 rules of procedure sponsored by the two western powers It was a smashing defeat for Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko who had also been defeated earlier in the first two hours of conference business on a proposal to bring red China here The rules are designed to pre vent Russia from filibustering the peace scheduled for signing from chang ing it in anyway Out of Order Speeches on the treaty are Arthur whom he ousted as occu pation and far eastern commander last April over Korean issues and to MacArthurs successor Gen Matthew B Ridgway Both names were greeted with loud applause did on the Truman Appears Set to Hit Campaign Trail A F Private DeniesPushing Girl From Car Eantoul 111 ff Vigorously denying that he pushed an Ottum wa high school girl from a speed ing car and caused her death an ahforce private Wednesday waived extradition to Iowa in con nection with the case The girl Martha Lyman 17 died Tuesday of injuries suffered early Saturday morning when she plunged from an automobile while on a date with Pfc Carroll Mc Intire 20 of Fairfield Mclntire 20 was taken into cus tody Tuesday byair force police at the request of Ottumwa author ities He was to be turned over to Ottumwa police late Wednesday Before she died Miss Lyman told her mother that her date got rought with me and then pushed me out of the car Mclntire member of a student training group at Chanute air force base was quoted by the base public relations officeas giv ing this version He took Miss Lyman whom he had met two years ago to a roller skating rink Friday night They closing time about mid night and had refreshments He THE REV ALV1N N ROGNESS Tuesday night ie told the con ference unfortunately today the world is faced with new threats of aggression Many of the countries repre sented here are now engaged in a iiard fight to uphold the United Nations against international law breaking ments Mclntire started to drive Miss Lyman home but she objected to the route and attempted to jump out of the car He restrained her then decided to turn around and follow the route she insisted on He swung the car into a gravel cross road and the right side door At that point he departed from flew openThe girl fell or jumped his prepared text and said There are thugs among nations just as there are among individuals In this situation Mr Truman said it is necessary for unarmed Japanto protect itself against ag gression and it has requested to enter into a bilateral treaty with the IT S for Japans immediate That pact would pro yide lor Americna forces in Japan after the peace treaty ends the occupation from the car He was moving at a rate of about 15 miles an hour As he stopped another automobile approached and he then drove away limited to one hour for each dele gation with 5 minutes to answer questions 86 Jf earOld Spinster Accepts Proposal Made by fc 59 A AgO Proposals for changes in the Axminster England invited to the sessions He was promptly ruled out of order by Secretary of State Acheson act United States moved to invoke the ing as temporary president and presiding officer There was an outburst of applause Gromyko rose to speak after of the BritishAmeri jnine years ago William Arnold asked Elizabeth Drew Will you marry me At a wedding ceremony in the Methodist chapel here Tuesday she finally said I wilL When William first popped the question in 1893 he was 21 and Elizabeth was 27 Youre too young for me she Qelwein Farmer Crushed by Train Oehvein Gramenz 87 route 1 Oelwein was crushed to death Tuesday night when a freight train rolled over him at is seriously hampering our econcan ruleSi designed to prevent Russia from filibustering the con Some of the strikers had reference or altering the treaty Sir turned to work last week whenjCarl Berencisen of New Zealand an agreement reached with had moved that the rules be adopted Achesons ruling that Gromykos proposal to include red China was out of order immediately drew an objection from Gromyko who said the ruling was wrong and that the matter should be decided by the whole group of 51 nations gathered here to discuss peace making with Japan Acheson called for a vote on the conference on his ruling Gromyko objected to this officially and fromally saying there must be a decision on Chinese red represent ation by the conference itself Czechoslovakia and Poland the only other communist governments here backed up the soviet posi tion Secretary of State Dean Ache son temporary president of the session as chief delegate of the host country was dueto be elect ed permanent president and Am bassador Percy C Spender of Australia to be named vice presi dent crossing here Authorities said Gramenz ap parently decided to crawl beneath the train when it blocked the crossing but the train began to move before he reached the other side Dr J R Wood Fayette county coroner said there would be no inquest Potato Consumption Decrease Alarming Washington National Potato council worried at the alarming rate potato consump tion is falling launched a cam paign Wednesday to put the Irish potato back in the American diet The nationwide campaign will be financed by voluntary contri butions from potato farmers and others in the industry Air Force Contracts for Atomic Airplane Washington air force Wednesday contracted for devel opment of an atomicpowered air plnne by the Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corp of San Diego Cal The order covers work on the frame of the proposed history making aircraft The nuclear power plant is under development by the General Electric company The atomic energy commission announced last March 24 that the General Electric was undertaking development of the engine The fact the air force is now contracting for the frame is an indication of confidence the en gine can be constructed Just last month the navy contracted for construction of an atomicpower ed submarine said William married another wom an and fathered 9 children Last year his wife died Last May at the age of 80 he asked Elizabeth again And Elizabeth now an 86 yearold spinster accepted CASUALTIES INCREASE Washington U S battle casualtiesin Korea reached 81766 Wednesday an in crease of 344 since last week Rush Order for Auto PriceHike Washington Director Michael V DiSalle said Wednesday that automobile manufacturers probably will be granted an in rease of from6 to8 per cent in he price of new cars Price control officials rushed work on the auto price order for ssuance this week possibly he said Wednesday The last 3 Disalle told reporters the in crease would be somewhat lower than the average of 9 to 10 per cent asked by the industry In addition to the increase at the manufacturing level another order to be issued soon will per mit dealers to add their traditional jercentage markup in sales to juyers This will mean a further ncrease to the consumer DiSalle said the order contains complicated formulas for manu facturers to figure their ceilings Because of this he said it is im jossible at the moment to estimate he range of increase on the vari ous models Women Inferior to Men Superstitions Die But New Ones Crop Up By ALTON L BLAKESLEK Associated Press Science Reporter Chicago lot of old super stitions andmisbeliefs are dying out a psychologist says But new ones keep cropping up and the Abomb probably will spawn a lot more Many superstitions or miscon ceptions current in 1925 apparent ly are becoming extinct Dr Eu gene Levitt of Columbia univer sity Wednesday told the Amer Mr Truman in his speech picican Psychological association tured the Japanese treaty as afj fording Japan defeated and broken in World war II and re organized under the 6 year Amer ican occupation an opportunity to win the friendship and trust of other peoples over the years to come He reminded the Japa nese however the United States has not forgotten Pearl Harbor or Bataan And he made it plain that the softening of its niemories will depend on Japans future conduct Speaking in San Franciscos opera house where the UN was born 6 years ago Mr Truman de picted the treaty now projected as faithful to the UN charter and Japan as a nation now peaceful and democratized Tribute to Mae For the remaking of Japan he paid tribute to the outstanding leadership of Gen Douglas Mac Such as Children arc born with instinc tive knowledge of good or evil Certain lines in a persons hand foretell his fortune Stare at a persons back and you can make him turn around are inferior to men in intelligence But theyre purer and better by nature A square jaw is a sign of will power and a high forehead means youre bright You can get any mental or physical disease just by thinking of it The person who doesnt look you in the eye is probably dis honest Dr Levitt gave a list of these and other superstitions and mis thought the statements were true he said The students in 1925 be lieved more than 10 apiece of a long list of false beliefs while to days students believed in less than two apiece But he said Youtel of Barnard college tried a somej what different list on other dents This showed that many false beliefs still are pretty current to day Like All criminals are feeble minded the American Indian sees better than the white man the complexity of life is causing more insanity the color red ex cites a bull its waving any thing of any color he explain men judge by reason and i women by feelings and intuition j Dr Levitt said he didnt believe that people are any less super stitious today than 25 years ago In fact he said world tension and the Abomb probably are causinga brand new crop of mis beliefs People know the Abomb is important to them but their knowledge of it is limited and they are apt to grasp hold of only straw facts People become an xious and want to have something definite to believe in They dont compared their answers with the same questionnaire given to 219 college students in 1925 Far smaller percentages still Rogness Accepts Call to Large Sioux Falls Church Foil to Hold Doctor for 2 Deaths Vermfllion S Dak cor oners jury held Wednesday there vas no felonious intent or culpa ble negligence in the human guinea pig deaths at the Univer sity of South Dakota The jury held that two univer sity employes Jack Clifford and Vtrs Ardys Pearson died Aug 15 from an overdose of methadon administered by Dr Ixrois Mich alek in an experiment conducted at the universitys medical schoo We find thaffhere is no evl dence of culpable or intentiona negligencelTherefore we conclud that were not felon tous the report said Dr Michalek 28 year old medi cal researcher at the medica school had admitted that he in jected methadon by mistake in an experiment testing sedatives as pain killers He had meant he said to inject Clifford and Mrs Pearson with demoral a sedative 10 times less potent than metha don The young doctor was not pres ent when the inquest was con cluded Upon hearing the report The Rev Alvin N Rogness Tuesday night presented his res ignation to the Trinity Lutheran church council to accept a call to the First Lutheran church of Sioux Falls S Dak As he moves on to a larger field Pastor leaves as a monument to his pastorate a newly completed church building and a greatly expanded congregation which now numbers 2400 members He came to Mason City in September 1942 from Ames At Sioux Falls Pastor Rogness will succeed Doctor H J Glenn who retires after a ministry of 32 years The Rev C J Swanson and theRev Walter Johnson are assistant pastors on the staff Received Many Calls Almost fromthe time he came to Mason City to start building a congregation that was housed in an obscure church building on Pennsylvania S EMr Rogness has received calls and offers of important positions in the Evan gelical Lutheran church These includedthe presidencies of Augustana college Sioux Falls of which he is an alumnus and Concordia college Moorhead Minn as well as pastorates of several of the largest congrega tions in the church at Grand Forks Minneapolis and Decorah and the professorship at Luther Theological seminary SL Paul He also was offered teachingpositions in several colleges Mr Rogness is president of the oard of education of the Evan gelical Lutheran church and un weeks have been trying ones The sympathy and understanding which the public las given me has been a big help 7 of Plane Crew Perish Quanset Point R I if A crew perished Tuesday night when a navy patrol plane jlunged into the sea and ex iloded during operations with a The accident occurred about 30 miles eastof Montauk Point NY The plane was attached to pa rql squadron 5 at Jacksonville ria but was temporarily assigned o the Quonset naval air Miss America From 57 Beauties Atlantic City N J fP The antalizing task of comparing 51 beauties to pick a Miss America or 1951 begins Wednesday night Introduced to the public in a board walk parade Tuesday be fore an estimated 150000 specta tors the pretties rehearsed their best smiles and threw kisses al though it didnt net any points to wards the finals nest Saturday night Wednesday night the first of 3 preliminary beauty and talent eliminations gets underway among the girls who hail from 44 states 4 major cities Puerto Rico Hawaii and Canada 31 recently served as member a the board of trustees of St Ola He nas been elected Platform Virtually for Him HST Relishes Demo Applause Kansas City Truman arrived Wednesday from San Francisco where he opened the Japanese peace trea ty conference His plane the Independence landed at the municipal airport at f m The President will be here until Sunday will make a personal tour of the flood damaged areas of Kansas and Missouri By ERNEST YACCAKO San Francisco Truman appeared Wednesday to ave hit the reelection campaign rail with a 1952 platform virtu ally written He did everything but announce hiscandidacy at a dem cratic rallyhere wherehe called is opponents names ranging from special privilege boys to omic fossils And he constructed his 19ol latform under the familiar fair leal banner as he predicted we are going to elect a president next ear Picture Clear He didnt say it would be Harry Truman but the way the demo Tats stood up his own obvious relish of the ap things pretty clear o those around Truman lieaded lor his delegate of the church to th Lutheran meet ingin Germany in 1952 The Trinity church board ha called a congregational meetm for Tuesday Sept 18 to elect committee of call to nominate successor Ever since coming to Maso City 9 years ago Mr Rogness has in civi Commu agencies had a prominent role projects including the niry Chest and its He has been on the boards of th Public Health Nursing association and the Family Service Inc am s on the board ofexaminers fo he Boy Scouts He served aspres cient of Friends of Libraries and s an officer of the Community Concert association He a mem er of the Lions club Returns to Prairies In going to Sioux Falls Mr togness will be returning to the jrairies of his youttu He grew uc Astoria S Dak where his ather operated a retail store being graduated from Au gustana college he attended Luth eran Theological seminary at St auL After being graduated from 18 seminary he took two years graduate work in philosophy t the University of Minnesota He olds an honorary doctorate from acific Lutheran college at Taco ma Wash The coming of Mr Rogness to Vtason City with the building up f the congregation here set the for the establishment of the outh central district headquar ers here with president the Rev T Jprdahl having his office i the newchurch Mr Rogness and his family will move to Sioux Falls about Dec U Jackson county couple ofSin Francisco speeches in ata party luncheon creited moreexcitement t About GETS FRATERNITY POST Chicago Chester D Lee of Ames was elected vice presi dent of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fra ternity at the groups biennial national convention here Tuesday beliefs to 110 college students He have the actual information but they have a need to know some tiling People who grasp at such beliefs are also the kind who be and spread rumors Black SAME means trafdo put 24 hoars In The Weather Mason City Cloudy and cool with occasional showers through Thursday Low Wednesday night 54 High Thursday 70 Iowa Cloudy Wednesday night with showers east and south portions Low Wednesday night 50 northwest 55 to 60 southeast High Thursday 70 to 75 Further outlook Partly cloudy Friday Showers beginning most of state again Saturday Temperatures continuing below normal espe cially in daytime Minnesota Considerable cloudi ness Wednesday night and Thursday Widely scattered showers Wednesday over north and east portions Wednesday night Not much change in tem perature Low Wednesday night 5055 north 5458 south GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Wednesday Sept 5 foreign poUcy Japanese peacetreatyconference Tuesday nigHfc Senator Magnuson who was among those cheering the president on at the luncheon speech told a reporter with ob vious satisfaction I thought he threw his hat into ring That was what just about ev erybody else among the upwards of 750 others at the luncheon ihought too The presidents campaignrlifce alk appeared to be as much of a jombshell to the party workers as his assertion that new weapons are being developed which would estroy civilization in the event of another allout war Fantastic Weapons It is fantastic what can happen with the use of weapons that are now under construction in this Country not only the one which we all fear the most but thereare some weapons which are iantastic in their operation The president didnt disclose what weapons he had in mind but he left no doubt about the weap ons he will hurl against the repub in 1952 Memories of his give rem hell campaign of 1948 were stirredby the presidents assertion The democratic party has a duty to the countryandif I ami not badly mistaken the democratic party is going to keep right on carrying but that duty i Next year president got no further His audience arose cheering in ias though the election were jtist around the icorner When the ap plause subsided thepresident told them you interrupted me but helooked happy about it and his grin spread to unusual propor tions We are going to elect a presi dent next year and that means that we are going to have the op portunity to see this country stays in the right path MrTru man said Maximum Minimum At 8 a m Precipitation Year Ago Maximum Minimum 72 58 59 07 74 40 Doesnt Know Everybody laughed when added later he I dont know who the demo cratic candidates will be next year but I do knowthis They will fae fighters for peace they will understand what it takes to make America strong they will fight for all the just a few The president cut loose at the republican opposition He didnt call the G O P by name but hs attributed to the democrats a long record of achievements and every body knew there is only one other major partjv These antidefense anticon trol antieverything people who oppose the democratic poli cies are the same ones who have been againsteverything we have been doing in this country for the last 20 years to improve the con ditions for the fanner for labor and for the average family tht president said Warming to his theme   

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