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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 7, 1951, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowaY Doily Newspaper Edited fat M CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NIWSFAMt THAT MAKES ALL NORTH I0WANS NIICHIORS HOME EDITION MASON CITY FALL OPENING DAYS September 7 to 14 VOL LVU AnsocUted Prcu United Prcu Full Wirw Centi a Copy MASON CITY IOWA FEIDAY 7 1951 Paper Consists ot Two One Kt 2M Two Allied Units Fight Way Out Peace Now Seen Remote By DON HtJTH Tokyo communist notes swirled Friday in the brim ming cauldron of wasted words that left peace in Korea as re mote as ever Sharp fighting flashed again on the explosive western front while the Kaesong armistice talks re mained suspended for the 15th straight day Two allied outposts fought their way out of Chinese red traps northwest of Chorwon The main United Nations line braced for an expected communist offensive Notes Rejected The new red notes rejected the latest allied denials of responsi bility for neutrality zone viola tions at Kaesong Korea There was no red answer to Gen Mat thew B Ridgways insistence on selection of a new truce site Red Chinas Peiping radio broadcast the two new messages from North Korean Lt Gen Nam H senior red delegate to Vice Adm C Turner Joy top UN ne gotiator Both notes rejected Joys 3 de nials Tuesday of redcharges as completely unsatisfactory One note brushed aside Joys Insistence that no allied plane droppeda flare inside the Kaesong neutral zone the night of Aug 29 Your sides grave responsibil ity for these incidents can by no means be turned aside by your message which disregards 1he facts and denies everything Nam said 1 Moreover your side must also accept the heavy responsibility for tfie fact that from Aug 29 up to the present your military aircraft have persisted in unscrupulous and incessant penetrations over the Kaesong neutral zone Nams second note rejected Joys denial of red charges that South Korean troops killed red military police in the neutral zone on Aug 19 and Aug 30 Said Nam Friday No denials of facts can free your side from the serious respon sibility that you must bear for buttons to leadership these twoincidents Our side has adequate material evidence to confirm the inescapa ble responsibility ofyour side Disproved Both Ridgway and Joy repeat edly have told the reds that thor ough investigations disprove the charges Responsible allied sources still had no indication what site might be suggested by the UN command for resumption of the talks broken off by the reds Aug 23 Friday an unofficial release from Ridgways headquarters said Kaesong has gone from bad to worse to incredible as a confer ence site It insisted Just one way rei mains for the armistice conference to get back on the track of cpmj mon sense and real accomplishj ment STRAND SALE CROWD from 5 states paid more than for 4036 head of cattle Thursday at the Oswald Strand Son feeder cattle sale at GlobeGazette photo by Musser Manly The sale barn was filled to capacity and observers lined the driveways to see the livestock Above photo was taken near the entrance to the sale ring Mac Attacks Truman Political Help Seen By RELMAN MORIN Cleveland A new wave of speculation about Gen Douglas MacArthurs political intentions rose Friday fol lowing a speech in which he again attacked the Truman ad ministration and said its leaders are not to be trusted At the same time MacArthur made a remark that brought applause and laughter from Ohioans some of whom thought he was ring to Senator Robert Taft May Increase Hehad praised Ohios contri contemporary1 Then pausing and smiling he said Indications multiply that this leadership may even increase in the not too distant future After the speech the generals aide MajorGen Courtney Whit ney declined to amplify when a reporter asked him if the state ment referred to Taft Youll have to do your own guessing Whitney said MacArthur his wife and the other members of his party were scheduled to leave for New York by air in the early afternoon The general drew round after round of applause Thursday night from an audience estimated by jolice at 9300 in the public audi orium The building had accom modations for 10750 He cited the state department as an example of what he called This is to move the whole conia steady drift toward totalitarian ference now completely blocked j rule He said the department is by communist passion for lies and the character of a prime fraudulent accusations out of ministry fraudulent Kaesong ministry The federal government as a whole he said is moving toward greater centralization of power adopting a paternalistic relation ship to tixe private individual and is guilty of the suppression of personal liberties What Faith Speaking of the nations lead ers he asked By what faith can we find hope in those whose pas judgments so grievously erred Can they now be blindlytrusted3 Cries of No no came from the audience MacArthur had to wait anc then he said There are those of us who from neither partisan affiliation nor with political pur pose think not Another explo sion of applause stopped him MacArthur contrasted condi tionsin Japan today with those in the United States He praised the progress of the Japanese under Americantype institutions and said the time may well come when the Japan ese people will be firmly estab lished within the protective folds of our cherished liberties while we ourselves shall have lost them Thompson State Bank Increases Capital Stock Des Moines state banks increased their capital stock by a total of 5165000 and one new one was formed in1 August the state banking department report ed Friday The banks which increased their capital stock and the amounts Blencoe State bank Blencoe 000 Jackson State Savings bank Maquoketa 5100000 Peoples State bank Thompson and First State bank Conrad AP Wlrcphoto TWO MORE BEAUTIFUL nights winners in the talent and bathingsuit competition in the Miss America pageant preliminaries show off their prizes lifter they were awarded their trophies Miss Utah Col leen Kay Hutchins of Salt Lake City left won the tal ent contest with a dramatic monologue Miss South Da kota Marlene Rieb of Parkston S Dak won bathing suit honors U S Plans Fantastic Weapons By JOHN A GOLDSMITH Washington nations defense spending moved closer to alloutwar proportions Friday with emphasis on building mighty air power possibly to deliver fantastic and terrible new weapons The senate appropriations com mittee was scheduled to meet to approve a military moneybill of something1 over Joseph OMahoney DWyo of the subcommittee which drafted the measure saic he anticipated no major changes Much Higher The bill is 55000000000 higher than the money approved by the house The additional 35000000 000 is for the air force and the air arm of the navy It is virtual ly a blank check to bufld air power superior to Russias Sen Milton R Young RN Dak said secret testimony con cerning fantastic new secre weapons could have been a con tributing factor influencing the extra boost His words were cau tious Young called the weapons even more startling than germ war fare and said they were no atomic But he would give ho hint and no other comment Young said President Truman was speaking authoritatively when he said at San Francisco Tuesday that the United States is making fantastic new weao ons More Important OMahoney said the subcom mittee believed air power was growing more important in view of the improvement in atomic veapons We believe the Russians refrained from precipitating the between weight Keister said A few parti cularly desirable lots of calves sold near the S4S mark Cattle lots on which the average weights were announced were sold by dollar bit per bythe pound Approximate Averares Steers weighing 500 to 700 average of S38 a hundredweight with heifers in the same weigto bracket selling for about S250 a hundredweight less Some steers in that weight group topped the mark All averages were not tabulated but it was believed that heavy cattle sales averaged between S3450 and S3550 a hundredweight Keister said Abundance of good feed on th western ranges was reflected in the quality of cattle at the sale Keister pointed out An alltim Gromyko Satellite Aides May Out of Peace Talk Report Plot on His Life Communists Outnumbered Cattle Sale at Manly Tops Previous High The Oswald Strand and Son feeder cattle sale at Manly topped all previous records Thursday with gross sales totaling more than 1000000 A total of 4036 head of choice Hereford feeder cattle were auc ioned for according to he First National bank officials who clerked the sale R C Keister vice president said it was the big gest sale ever handled by the Ma son City bank Most of the feeder calves sold bardjo of Indonesia addressed the By JOHN M HIGHTOWER San Francisco decided Friday torsign the Japan ese peace treaty thereby destroy ing Russias last chance of block ing a solid lineup of noncommu nist nations in the San Francisco conference The decision taken by the gov ernment in Jakarta came as the conference hummed with specu lationthat Soviet Delegate An drei Gromyko and his communist cohorts would walk out before the treaty is signed It was believed he might act after Polands scheduled speech ate Friday or wait until just be fore the signing ceremony begins probably Saturday morning Plot Rumor Rumors spread through the conference that White Russians acre had plotted to assassinate he Russian communist delegation riday by arranging for a truck to wreck their automobilfr en route to the meeting Police taking no chancesheav ly guarded every move of tfie Russian Gromykos convoy passed a newly wrecked meat truck on Hie way to the con ference Friday morning He was not delayed by the truck accident oreign Minister Ahmad Soe celvecl Ms newinstrucfions frpn Jakarta to sign The information minister of the government there announced after a twohour cab inet meeting that the decision to join meeting had been taken by a narrow margin Soebardjo told the conference pounds sold for an approximate delegation had come here not because it agreed to all provi sions of the treaty but because the conference was an effort to bring peace to the world Word spread through the dele gations while speaker after record number of cattle the best Britain falls short in certain re quality in the sales history an the higher prices of beef catfl were responsible for the record figure of gross sales it was be lieved From 5 States vorld into cause they another conflict know we have be tfie itomic OMahoney said We want Russia and all the world to know we also have the most superior airpower in the vorld to carry it Miss Iowa Competes in Swim Suit Class for Miss America North Carolina Dakota who By BARMAN W NICHOLS Atlantic City N J you are worried about whos going to be next Miss America I am here to tell you that the business is simmering down So far we have two winners in the bathing suit prelirriinary con test Lu Long Ogburn Miss and Miss South won Thursday night MarleneMargaret Rieb That is only onethird of the judging Each girl must compete suit tal evening gown There no preliminary win evening gown busi We also have had two winners in the talent section On Wednes day night there was Jeannie Moody Miss Alabama She gave out with a dramatic sketch j On Thursday night it turned out to be Colleen Hutchins Miss Utah She presented a scene Maxwell Andersons the Queen Elizabeth Miss Utah brought down the house and fouled up the odds makers for talent that night They were making book on Carol Mit chell Miss Indiana Patricia Sea beck Miss Wyoming and Miss New York City Sandru Scott Friday night the girls do a switch In the evening gown competition we have Miss Ala bama California Chicago Con necticut Kentucky Maryland Maine Mississippi Montana New York City Ohio Oklahoma Greater Philadelphia Puerto Rico South Dakota Washington State and West Virginia Swimming suits Arkansas District of Columbia Georgia Hawaii Idaho Indiana Iowa Massachusetts Minnesota Mis souri New Jersey New York State North Dakota South Caro lina Utah Wisconsin Wyoming Colorado Del aware Florida Illinois Louis iana Michigan Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire North Carolina Oregon Pennsylvania Tennessee Texas Vermont and Virginia The cattle were suyers from Pennsylvania vvis consin Illinois Minnesota anc dwa Some of the livestock wa rorn Strands KD ranch near Square Butte Mont Ernie Weller nationally known livestock auctioneer from Atkin son Nebr was head auctioneer for the sale He was assisted by Jack Halsey J RDorsey Gem Dorsey C M Sheimo Phil Shei mo C Fxieberg Carl Jaspers and Arnold Hexon The sale was clerked by Firs National bank officials including R C Keister vice president W W Boyd vice president and cash ier and Florence Sanberg All About rMIl The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy Friday nightand Saturday Low Friday night 46High Saturday 75 Iowa Partly and cool Fri daynight Low FrUay to 50 northeast 55 southwest Saturday mostly cloudy anc warmer with occasional show ers extreme west High Satur day 75 northeast 75 to 80 south west Further outlook Mostly cloudy with seasonal temper atures Sunday and Monday Oc casional showers or thunder storms Sunday and extreme east Monday Minnesota Fair Friday night Not so cool noith portion Saturday partly cloudy and warmer Low Friday night 40 to 45 northeast 45 to 50 southwest High Satur day 70 northeast 75 to 80 south west GlobeGazette weather data up o 8 a m Friday Maximum 74 Minimum 48 At 8 a m 54 Precipitation 02 rostrum to endorse the treaty that the talking would be finished late Friday or early Friday night Falls Short Philippines Foreign Secretary Carlos P Romulo in a fulldress speech declared the treaty spon1 sored by the United States and AP TRrephoto PUZZLED GROMTKOrRussias Andrei Gromyko wears a puzzled expression in San Franciscos opera Jioiiseas he looks up at Congressman OK who has just laid in Grbmykbslapa map purportingjtorshow the location of forced labor camps in Russia Gromyko is holding the map a portionof which shows over the chair backs A moment later he handed it to S AiGblunsky of the Sussianmlnistry of foreignaffairs who threw it into the aisle At the left is G N Zarubin soviet ambassador to Great Britain signed lyaf blow iaken and of Czechoslovakia ThursdayBoth in sisted that communistChina shouldJtake partin the mak ing and that the AmericanBritish sponsored treaty now publicly en conference Jsefore he had more than a score of delegates is a treaty for a new war Signin Due If Indonesia joins toe majority it will mean a1 solidlineup of 48 out of 51 themselves nations to the will commit treaty wit against Russias 3na tion minority The signing ceremony is sched uled Saturday perhaps after a brief morning session to wind up the speechmaking Then on either Sunday or Mon speaker mounted briefly to the day said Senator Bridges the spects of what the Philippines government wants Reparations have been one of the big Philippines Interests and the treaty has not fully met their de mands in this respect Most speakers who walked to he rostrum Friday morning brief y expressed their overall satisfac tion with the treaty and made clear the intention to sign The ineup of nations due to sign the peace treaty with Japan stood at 48 That left only the 3 communist bloc countries in the minority j A police escort with screaming sirens led the Russian delegation o the morning conference Gro United States and Japan will sgn a defense treaty Under that pact United States forces will remain in the Japanese islands after the peace treaty ends the occupation U S Dynamic Not Exploitive Hancher Points Out John Forme Head Bies John controlling sales Leaf City died Min neapolis hospitaiofaTinjenngiU ness sFf Funeral servicesTwilllbe held Monday at p m at Lakewobd chapel Minneapolis witixtheItey Arthur of St Johns Spiscppal church Mason City of Iciating Interment will be at lakewood cemetery Mr Corsaut was bom June 29 1876 at Golden Mich but came to Iowa at the age of 2 He was Chicago president of the University of Iowadrewr a contrast between the economic societies of the United States Europe in an address before pro fessors from 34 colleges and uni versities gathered at the Chicago board of trade Thursday President Virgil M Hancher said people who describe the worlds present tensions as a con flict between capitalism and com munism could hardly be more ielpful to communism if they myko appeared calm and neat in a were fcr their efforts and gray business suit as he walked nto the conference halL Less than onefourth of the 5J national delegations were in the San Francisco Opera house at the 0 a m scheduled openmg time Second to arrive was Ethiopias twoman team followed by the minus Premier Shigeru apanese Yoshida The opening was the tardiest since working sessions began Wed nesday Percy C Spender of Aus tralia was presiding The 3rd and last of a series of blasts at the treaty was sched uled late Friday There was spec ulation in the American delegation that afterward the Russian Polish md Czechoslovak delegations bad y outnumbered and outtalked here might quit the meeting Predictions of a Russian walk ut came both from Ambassador ohn Foster Dulles second ranking U S delegate and Senator Bridges RN an observer Dulles aid in a radio interview last light he doubted that the Rus ians would sign the treaty and they wont want to be spectators o the signing Intelligence Report Bridges said he picked up his nformation from a foreign dele ation with usually accurate in illigence He expressed hope the port was not true because the ommunists have played the ame of cat and mouse with the eace of the world long enough The treaty is scheduled to be were actjng orders Capitalism he said is a fighting word to half the people of Asia Itiaeans all the things against which Asia is in revolt Why should we identify our selves with the overseas exploit ive capitalism of Europe What has that kind of static capi talism to do with the economic system of the a dynamic industrialism which be lieves in the creation of ever ex panding markets by means of high wages mechanized procedures and increasing standards of living Wage Parley for Packing Workers in Talking Stage Chicago Wage negotiations between the United Packing Workers of America CIO and the major packers Armour Cudahy Swift and Wilson cur rently in progress have not pass ed the talking stage A spokesman for the union said Friday that several meetings have been held and more are sched uled The union is asking a min imum annual wage of with proportional increases for em ployes above that classification The union is also asking for a cost of living bonus based on the rising cost of living i JOHND CORSAUT educated in the schools at Cectof Falls and the University of Iowa after which he taught for many years After a short while as reporter for a Waterloo newspaper he be came salesman for MattParrott and Sons Waterloo 3 bookbind ery Mr Corsaut came to Mason City in May 1923 as sales man ager of the Klipto company of which he later became control ling xjwner On retirement in 1948 he sold his interest to Mr and Mrs Hans V Tofte Mrs Tofte is his niece Healso is survived by a broth er William and a sister Mrs Lotta Leisterboth ofMason City He was a member ofthe Ma sonic lodge Shrine Rotary and Elks The PattersonJames funeral home of Mason City is in charge SAME BUck   

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