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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 6, 1951, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowot Daily CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TNI NfWSPAMR THAT MAKIf ALL NORTH lOWANf NII0MIORS HOME EDITION MASON CITY FALL OPENING DAYS September 7 to 14 VOL LVII MMOciited toA United rrcnTull XMM Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY SEPTCMBEK I Tbif Fmpcr Contiita of Two Watch for New Russian tiernand By JOHN M San Francisco 4th Japanese peace conferenc opened Thursday with Americandelegates alerted tothe Russia may new move here to off set the isharp defeat she suffered Wednesday snoncommunist the speakers jplatform and voiced their approval of the treaty draft much concern was shown off the floor as to what the Russians would do next The soviet demandat Wed nesdays first working session for creates a danger of a new a wholesale rewriting of the treaty was dismissed by western diplomats as being out of order andfdobmed to failure However a Russian effort to regain lost prestige was antici pated form it might take wasiUncertain ttf There was a Andrei Gromyko the soviet dep utyforeign minister might try again to get his proposed amend ments officially before thecon ference Another theory was that the Russians might act entirely out side the conference There was 1 an increasing1 tendency among American diplomats to link news of stronger communist activity in the San Francisco de velopments Get Briefinr While governments of the non communist majority were making their statements at the San Fran cisco opera house the line that they must be on guard against new maneuvers was understood to have been developed in the U S delegations closed daily huddle by Charles E BohleruHe is state department counselor anc of Japanese mili Japanese aggression Instead of providing for With drawal of foreign that isjAmeri can occupation on it insures troops Tie wen the presence o Secretary Dean Achesons chiel adviser on Russian affairs This caution is understood to supported by other American delegates r One western diplomat remark ed Perhaps the Russians don1 consider this the main arena ai alL Perhaps what we have to look loris a thrust somewhere else He madeclearthat he meant the possibility of a major red military drive In any case Gromyko defeated in his initial efforts to get red into the San Francisco meeting and to change the rules to suit his own purposes appear ed certain not tot sign the treaty He tooksuchF a battering on every move he made Wednesday that some western delegates be lieved he might be seeking new instructions from Moscow Anything from to new and stronger threais of war inthe far east wascdnsfdered possible for the Russians and their Polish and Czecli satellite delegations in viewvof the situation which has developed here with extraordinary speed War Treaty Gromyko told the conference Wednesday that what the United States and Britain are sponsoring is not a treaty of peace but a treaty for the preparation of a new war in the far east The draft treaty he charged reading rapidly from his prepared foreign armed forces on theterri tory of Japan and the maintenance of foreign military bases in Japai possibility that even after the signing of a peace treaty the pretext of selfde fense of Japan he said the draf provides for the participation o Japan in an aggressive1 military alliance with the United States The draft treaty not1 only fails to provide for obligations that Japan should not join anj coalitions directed against any 6 the states which participated in the war against militarist tfapan but on the contrary is clearing the path for Japans participation in aggressive blocs in the far east created under the aegis of the United 13 Amendments Gromyko wound up his speech with a proposal of 13 major amendments to the BritishAmer ican draft These included provi sions to force American troops out of Japan bring red Chinainto the peacemaking and giveFormosa to red China Only such changes he declared would make the treaty acceptable to Russia He got isolated applause from the communist delegates and ad a loud explosion of boos from the spectator sections The spectators were reprimanded by conference Vice President Percy C Spender of Australia as Gromyko stalked to his 5th row seat In short order after lunch Am bassador John Foster Dulles speakingfor the United States and Kenneth Younger minister of state sneaking for Britain ex tolled the proposed treaty They said it opened a new era in the history of Japan and bolstered prospects for peace in the Pacific Guinea Pig Doctor to Stay Madison S Dak JP The ung doctor who gave the wrong drug in the human guinea pig deaths at the University of South Dakota will be retained on the staff the schools governing board announced Thursday Dr Louis F Michalek 28 will ceep his position as assistant pro essor of pharmacy but will not engage in further clinical research vith humans the state board of Allies Escape Thousands of Enemy in 18Hour Battle 20 TankLed Chinese in Surprise Blow By JOHN RANDOLPH U S 8th Army Headquarters Korea o tanksupported Chinese Thursday surrounded an allied uni in a surprise attack on the western front The allies fough their way out in an 18hour battle United Nations infantrymen and supporting airmen Wlrephoto WHERE REDS supportedreds attacked Yonchon in what a frontline officer said could be the prelude to a major offensive la other front line battles Bloody Ridge fell to U S infantrymen in an offensive which carried the allies 5 miles forward north of Yanggu seen in the area The fight began Wednesday midnight and continued int Thursday night when the U force fought its It tool out its wounded on tanks anc armored vehicles The allies saidthey killed JOO to 400 Chinese At least 8 reds were taken prisoner One allied officer said th abrupt attack by at least a regi ment of reds might be the begin ning of a new offensive An 8th army spokesman said it was too Ridgway Ultimatum Must Agree on Truce Talks Somewhere Else By DON HUTH Tokyo Matthew 3 Ridgway told the reds in a stinging note Thursday that if they want to end the shoot ing in Korea they should agree to start truce talks anew somewhere else The UN commander also Brusquely told the commu nists to stop their constant deceit and treachery in man early to tell Another officer ufacturingincidents for false and malevolent Against the allies Almost simultaneously vdt elivery of Ridgways sharp note hinese communists launched eavy tanksupported attack o western front A frontline of icer said it could be a prelud o a major offensive charge speech creates conditions for the egents of education ruled try to Korea SOUTHERN BELLES RING OUT A pair of pretty southern confederates Lu Long Ogburn Smith field N Car and Jeanne Moody Cherokee Ala hold trophies won in preliminary contests at Atlantic City N J Wednesday night in the current Miss America pageant Miss Ogburn competing as Miss North Carolina took bathing suit honors Miss Alabama in the person of Miss Moody took the talent trophy for a dramatic presentation I The red assault on the long in active front was only 25 mile from Kaesong site of the disrupt ed armistice negotiations A major red offensive could blast the dimming hope of reviv ing truce talks The reds migh ignore Ridgways note and again drive UN forces out o Notat Kaesong Ridgway left it completely up to the communists whether nego tiations are resumed But the UN commander made it clear the talks wont be at Kaesong Ridgways information office said Kaesong is not a suitable site for Armistice discussions because it is within communist lines A release by the information of fice said the situation has reached a point where the question ol neutrality of the Kaesong zone overshadowed the original purpose of the meetings5 The reds broke off the talks Aug 23 after charging the UN iolated the neutrality zone Sidgway reiterated Thursday thai hat charge and others that fol lowed it were without the slightest fact His proposal to set a new locale for negotiations actually changes the situation of the stalled talks only slightly His proposal contains a big if He said if the reds are ready to start negotiating a ceasefire again their liaison officers could talk about a new site The com munists have said repeatedly they would resume negotiations only when Ridgway admitted responsi bility for their long list of charges which Ridgway called baseless and intentionally false No Admittance If communist commanders North Korean Premier Kim II Sung and Chinese Gen Peng Teh to go ahead with negotiations now they would in effect be admitting their charges note indicated he communists really were false Ridgways doubted the want peace He told the top red commanders That you should permit the forces of your side to indulge in their constant deceit and invec tive is incomprehensible unless you have the ulterior motive ol completely breaking off negotia tions with the further scurrilous accusation that the blame there fore rests upon the UN command rather than upon you UN command truce negotiators in Tokyo showed no indication they expected discussions to be resumed soon A source close t Vice Adm C Turner Joy chief allied delegate said he had no immediate plans1 to return to his Korean headquarters southeast o Kaesong Joy and two other members o the UN truce team have been in Tokyo since Monday night Outside Korea Ridgways proposal of a new site stirred speculation that if one is chosen it would be somewhere outside of Korea Speculation hare centered on a hospital originally proposed the talks be held on the Danish hospital ship Hong Kong Macao and Seoul capital of South Korea which is occupied by UN forces In any event Ridgway wants any future talks held where they will not be interrupted He ex pressed concern at the delay in reaching an and said future interruptions would be in evitable with talks at Kaesong Armstrong Soldier Dies of Injuries Camp Racker Ala Joyd Harold Cabpth25 of Arm strong died in the base hospital Wednesday from injuries received in an automobile accideritMonday An army spokesman said the wocar headon collision occurred north Jf Dothan Ala on U S lighway 231 Two other soldiers Irwin Cheney and Ted Wilson vere injured and hospitalized The carin which the soldiers vere riding collided witha taxi ailing the driver Johnny Cald vell 33 of Dothan Caboth a member of company K 13th infantry regiment 47th nfantry division is survived by iis parents Mr and Mrs John Caboth of Armstrong who left for Alabama on Labor day 4 sisters Bonnie Caboth and Mrs Calvin orter of Armstrong Mrs Russell ordoff of Lake Mills and Mrs Earl Randall of Weldon October Draft Call Increased Washington UPJ The department announced Thursday that the October draft call lias been increased from 41000 to 44 600 men Of the men brought in through selective service during c defense 36000 will be assigned to the army and 8600 to the marine corps This represents an increase of 3600 for the marine corps which has been running short of volunteers The department said an in creased draft for the marine corps is necessary for the corps to meet planned strength The department also announcec that 33700 men will be drafted in November Of this number 29001 will be assigned to the army and to the marine corps When the October and Novem ber rails are filled 712400 draf ees will have been called up inder selective service since the seginning of the Korean war This said they killed more than 400 of the 3000 attacking Chinese On the opposite end of the front North Korean reds drove U S marines back 400 yards on the northern edge of ttie punch bowl 20 north of the 38th parallel The leathernecks counterattacked anc regained the lost ground Chinese attacking on the long quiet western front 7 miles nort of parallel 38 were supported by 8 tanks One intelligence officer said 20 Russiantype tanks were suggested i was a red attempt to clean TO roops out of the transImjin area 30 miles north of Seoul in preparation fora1 buildup for an ultimate major communist offen sive The reds attacked with two anksupported forces of abou 1000 men each British Try The British sent their North imberland Fusiliers to try to reac he surrounded allies They ran into heavy fed fire and wer Allied planes pounded one at tackingred force fiercely British guns too the seconcKred outfit under fire Eyewitnesses rsaid ithe final escape ofthe UN was mad byarmored vehicles and foot troops The red attack Wednesday mid night precipitated a Jbattle tha lasted throughout Thursday in th low hills 25 miles northeast o Kaesong site ofdisrupted true talks Hundreds of United Nations planes swarmed in to racket bomb strafe and burn the Chi neseAt least two Russiantype tanks were knocked out An allied tankinfantry force ncludes 685920 army and 26430 for the marines The navy has not yet called for draftees iought through a hail of red fire trying to relieve the encircled unit At least one tank and two ar mored vehicles got through They Chief Engineer of Oliver Plant Dies at 48 Charles City A Ga mer 48 chief engineer of the Oli ers Charles City plant died at is home here at a m Thurs ay after a heartattack Gilmerwas a member of the ociety of Automotive Engineers or 20 years Funeral services will be held at wounded An allied officer said the wounded reached UN lines at 6 p m 18 hours after the reds T34 tanks first opened up Red fire at mghtfalL Provide Air Corer Then the UN unit began its p m Saturday at the ipiscopal church here Grace widow urvive and twochildren About SAME Murk liar means traffic yist 24 kvnti In The Weather Jason City Mostly fair Thursday nightand Friday Cooler Thurs day night Low Thursday night 48 High Friday 75 Iowa Mostly fair Thursday night and Friday Cooler Thursday night Low Thursday night 40 to 45 northwest 50 southeast High Friday 73 to 77 Further outlook Partly cloudy and not so cool Saturday Mostly cloudy and warmer with showers de veloping Sunday Minnesota Cloudy mostly fair elsewhere Thursday night and Friday Occasional showers ex treme northeast early Thursday night Cooler Thursday night with 40 northwest 45 south east High Friday mid60s north around 70 south GlobeGazette weather data up fighting pullback toward its own lines Allied planes provided air cover The suJden outbreak of fight ing 7 miles west of Yonchon switched the scene of Korean ac tion to the long quiet western front Previous hard fighting was in the eastcentral mountains where allies cleaned reds off key ridges Wednesday The scene of the new fight is 7 miles northof the 38th parallel and west ofthe Imjin riverNo reds were in thearea earlier in the week A front line dispatch from As sociated Press Correspondent Sam Summerlin said the attack was made by a regiment of Chinese believed to be from a new unit Another regiment about 3000 men was spotted in the same area The Chinese had at least 8 Rus siantype T34 tanks It was th first time the Chinese had em ployed tanks in Korea The Red attack came only few days after commani headquarters in Tokyo said com munists might launch a new of fensive The UNC estimated rec strength at 40 frontline divisions and 30 in reserve including Cau asian soviet puppet troops Anf it said tht reds have a puppet force of 1000 planes in Man churia 2 Tanks Hit Three of the red tanks moved to within 1500 yards of the allied po sitions in the ijrea during th morning UN artillery opened ui on them and the tanks pullet lack Then the marine Corsairs swooped inblasting with rockets and flaming jellied gasoline Thej litfcvro Front line reports said the Chi nese leveled a heavy fire on the allied troopsbut did not charge the UNheld MIL The Chinese also concentrated ntense fire on the armored anc infantry force started out fight westward in a relief expedi tion The T34 tank was Russias mos popular tank in World war IL I is4a rough counterparty American Sherman of th The course of the Korean war is litteredwith hulks of old T341 used by the North Korean reds their inyasion of South Korea Will Return Iowa Soldier to Face Rap Ottnmwa Mcln ire 20 Fairfield was expected to be returned here Thursday to ace a charge of assault with in ent to commit great bodily in ury in the death of Martha Ly man 17 The girl died in a hospital here oined tanksalready with the Tuesday night of head injuries trapped outfit in carrying out the suffered in a fall from a car Sat urday night Wapello County Sheriff Everett irman went to Chanute Field OL Wednesday expecting tobring air force man back to facethe aarge However he was delayed and will notretunf with Mcln re untO Thursday afternoon or Thursday night The girl told her mother Mo Intire beat her and pushed her rom his car as they returnee from a skating rink However Mc ntire when questioned by air orce officers denied he pushec le girl from his car He said she ther fell or jumped Authorities were expected to uestion the youth as soon as he returned here Iranian Oil Move Is Vetoed By JOSErH MAZAJOtt Tehran Iran ary foes of Premier Mohammed Mossadeghs get tough policy with Britain blocked immediate approval Thursday of his new timatum in the oil controversy They organized aboycott of a special session of the majlis low erhouse of parliament called to approve the premiers oil policies After a wait of 2J hours the session was called off for lack of a quorum Sharp Wow The move dame as a sharp blow to Mossadegh who only 24 hours earlier obtained an over whelming vote of confidence from Irans senate Mossadegh had hoped to draft a note Thursdays night calling upon Britain to reopen oilNego tiations within two weeks on Irans terms all remaining British oil experts in Iran would be expelled Observers believed the pre miers iocs boycotted the session rather than vote against posed ultimatum forfear of crowds demonstrating outside the parliamentbuilding A few opposition deputies who stepped were greeted by shouts of death to traitors A Traitor Mossadegh declaredto the senate Wednesday 4hat any Iran ian who opposed hisstand in the oil nationalization dispute must be a traitor The governmentfailed to mus ter a quorum even when fire brand OHofficialHussein Makki and his assistant Hus sein Taba flew up on a special trip from Abadan to participate in the vote It was known how many deputies Joined Ap proximately 100 deputies are in Tehran at present and a quorum according to parliamentary rules would be twothirds or 66 of them Bredt Deputy Treasurer of v tacfc ers Bredt residenfrlolffBramptoa a widely khpwnerepublican and ON TRUMANS YACHT Fort Madison A luhljuergen son of Mr and Mrs ennan Kuhljuergen of West oint has been assigned to duty board the Presidential Yacht USS Williamsburg Scared Doctor Freed in Drug Death of Woman to 8 a m Thursday Maximum 75 Minimum 50 At 8 a m 58 Precipitation 17 YEAR AGO Maximum 74 Minimum 41 Muskogee Okla city judge acquitted Dr Perry E Hewitt Jr of manslaughter charges Wednesday ruling be lieved the brain specialist was scared rather than drunk while treating a Texas woman who later died Hewitt 41 was accused of drunkenly injecting a drug known as intracaine into Mrs AUehe Shuler 38 of Borger Tex for a headache by her to revive the woman with a slug of gin She died Aug 9 less than 24 hours after treatment City Judge J V Beavers dis missed the first degree man slaughter charge after a lengthy preliminary hearing He said in my opinion it has not been proved that a crime was committed Five doctors have been unani mous in stating they didnt know what caused the death of Mrs Shuler Beavers said I dont think DrfHewitt has been uniformlynonest in telling what happened I believe the man got scared1 and extremely nervous whenMrs Shuler Jailed to re vive and then started drinking not The specialist testified Mrs Shuler herself requested the drug after being injected twice the day before Hewitt said he was gratified by the courts action The ordeal has been most try ing I shall take a rest of some length after which I shall resume practice he added The specialist had suspended his S40000ayear practice pending outcome of the case official wasstriclcen shortQrafter lunch He was taken SoSxnnrLoSh eran hospital wherei lift was pro nounced dead on arrival His death may reopen the bitter iatfle over the postmastership at Hampton The long fight was solved with ffieap proval the county democratic cenfrafcomnuftee was recommended forthe appointment He had noj yet been nominated by President Truman Bredt declined several weeks ago fo accept appointment as act ng posfinaster when Mrslone C Stevens the acting post master at withdrew He said he to jwaitrf or the ermanent appointment and for Confirmation by the senate He first went to work ior the iate in 1939 as a tax commission ieldman working out oPHampton and later became jrinter in he held for about 7 years Bredt was appointed deputy state treasurer when M L Abra hamson took office astreasurer in January Bredt widower is survived by two sons C DouglasBredt of New YorkCity andTheodore Bredt of San Juan Puerto Rico He was X veteran of World war I MgcArthur Speaks at Cleveland Cleveland Douglas MacArthurtakes the public plat form Thursday night at a time when the Japanese peace treaty conference is in full swing in San Francisco Although the general gave no indication of his subject matter for Thursday night there was specu lation speech would con tain references to the Japanese and the far Pacific Before President Truman stripped him of his commands in the far east on charges of failing to follow orders the 71 year old jeneralheaded riot only the allied iorces in Korea but the occupa tion of Japan as welL MacArthurs address will be in Public auditorium under the sponsorship of a nonpartisan cit zens committee The hall seats about 10000 and admission will be free His re marks will be broadcast by the Mutual and Liberty networks starting at 7 p m C S T TIES TJF TKAFFIC Cedar Rapids on downtown Cedar Rapids streets was jammed for 30 minutes Tues day noon following the derailment of a locomotive pulling 57 freight cars   

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