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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 14, 1951, Mason City, Iowa Norrii Iowas Daily Ntwspoper Edited kc OM M CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TNI NIWSFAHR THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANS NIlGHiOtS HOME EDITION VOL LV1I Picw and United Pren Full fivf Ceoto Copy Communist Waves Fail to Halt Marine Drive CITY IOWA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER MW1 This Paper ol Two Allies Start Relentless Push North By WARREN P FRANKLIN 8thArmy Headquarters Korea of screaming commu nists Jailed to halt the US marine advance on the eastern front Fri day as United Nations forces drove relentlessly on into North Korea Fighting was heaviest on the eastern sector where the marines have sparked the drive which car ried American troops deeper into NorthKorea than any other push this year Concentrated Fire In a dusk till dawn battle the communists tried to crack the marine lines and stop their steady advance Shoulder to shoulder the reds poured in against the leathernecksin one attack after another Butbarbed wire and murderous concentrations of mor tar artillery machinegun and rifle fire choped them to pieces The marines counted 40 enemy dead hanging in the barbed wire Friday morning There was no estimate of how many dead and wounded the enemy hauled away under cover of darkness Marine casualties were extremely light On the central front UN troops J of a mile northeast of Kumhwa andtheir drive con tinued Planes and artillery attacked 6 Russianmade T34 tanks and two selfpropelled guns dug in near the allied lines on th e western frontFriday Napalm and high explosive bombs were dropped on the enemy armor and 20 commu nist soldiers were killed West of the port of Kansong on the east coast 3 red battalions launched two attacks on UN troops Thursday Fighting ended a1 nightfall when the allies pulled back slightly to dig in for the night i in Command One enerhy by passed uni fought a 5hour battle trying to reST eMnterat tackwas repulsed quicklyTand the UN remairiedin complete com mand of Oh the western ffbht action was light Thursday except for one ma chinegun attack during the night which was beaten off in less than an hour Troops on the central front shot down an enemy plane with grpund TTl Jt 1 AP Wirephoto AIDS FLOOD VICTIMSTMiss Elizabeth McCammon 71 Coun cil Bluffs of Scotch ancestry and moderate means is donat ing worth of items to Kansas City flood victims through savinES made from her modest income She said she started the current project be cause she couldnt sleep nights thinking about the destitute peo ple down there General Sees Lifting of Bombing Bars By PETER KALISCHER Fifth Air Force Headquarters Korea Gen Frank F Sverest commanding the 5th air force said Friday he would as sume that an allout communist aerial attack would mean the lift ing of present restrictions agams iombing red air bases in Man churia There are increasing signs that such an attack may be immi nent Everest said he had noted an increasing red air buildup It is estimated that the communists how have more than 1100 planes predominantly jet fighters and including twin engined light bombers of an improved World war II type he said Restricted Current restrictions do not per mit me to attack airdromesacross the Yalu river Everest told this correspondent But I would as sume that if the Nations forces were attacked in force from the air some of these restrictions Attempt to Bring West Germany Into Allied Defense Plan would be lifted Everest said the would rely heavily communists upon their beefedup soviettrained air force if they decided to launch another big ground offensive I do not think they would try another push like the one they tried last spring where we have virtually uncontested air superi oority Everest said We gave them a bloody nose then and the 8th army is stronger now than it Government Wont Talk on Beardsley Washington Rev enue Commissioner John B Dun lap declined Friday to discuss a statement by Governor WliamS g t t a ffi Beardsley of Iowa that he has a The 47yearold former fighter pilot tapped tobacco into a cigaret paper rolled his cigaret licked the paper and grinned Personally Id like to see them tryit They would cause us some embarrassment but the only way given the government a check for 513000 for back income taxes j Ihave noreason to question the veracity of the governor of Dunlap said Beardsley dictated to reporters earlier this week a statement that he has mbacktaxes and in penalties and interj est covering the period from 1944 through 1949 over In Sanctuary Everest repeated the air force maxim that the best form of de fense against air attack is a coun terattack a ga i n s t enemy baste The majority of these bases lie in AP Wirephoto COOKING THE KBAUT at the 32nd annual Sauerkraut festival at Forreston HI stand behind their steaming kettles preparing some of the two tons of kraut served to an estimated 33000 visitors Thursday A ton of those about to go into the pot in the served Billion Defense Bill Is Okayed By EDWIN B HAAKINSON Washington A gigantic military spending bill carrying two bil lions more than President Tru man asked won unopposed senate approval late Thursday After 4 days of warm debate the senate passed the biggest single military money bill in his tory 79 to 0 and sent it back to the bousewhich voted 292430 less Senator OMahoney DWyo who steered the measure through the senate said a senatehouse conference committee probably would begin attempts at ironing By EDWARD E BOMAR Washington big 3 foreign ministers said Fri ay they intend to proceed as rapidly as possible with ne otiations to bring West Germany into the western defense neup At the same time by implication they expressed he view that Germany eventually wffl be unified and have n overall peace settlement with all her former foes In talking of a eal for West Germanythey aid the allies will have to retain certain special rights involving matters relating to the eventual eace settlement and the peaceful eunification of Germany Ike Not Too Busy for 1952 Dewey out scores next week of differences early By JOHN L CUTTER Washington Thomas E Dewey set off a new wave of political speculation Friday with iis flat claim that Geni Dwight D Eisenhower is available for the republican presidential nomina tion next year The New York governor two time OP jpresidential nom inee declined to say whether he has any definite word from the general on the subject Rejects ne rejected the sanctuary of Manchuria the idea that Eisenhower will be which his planes can not ribw too building up the Euro bomb The reds now have a cross secreturn home and engage in a jtion of a good tactical air campaign We do not contemplate Senate Confirms Lovett Washington senate Friday confirmed the nomination ofRobert A Lovett to be tary of defense succeeding Gen eral George C Marshall Confirmation camfr 48 hours Marshall resigned and Pres Truman nanTed Lovett to Personal Matter The governor said it was purejEverest said ana it woula increase fire Thursday Thursdays air action which itarted off with the wars biggest night air assault wound up as the heaviest allday air operation since June UN warplanes flew 943 sorties Pilots reported that enemy ve hicular traffic continued to di minish undoubtedly because of the terrible toll taken by air raids on red supply columns Another 400 vehicles were destroyed or damaged by midnight Thursday andthe air force announced that the official vehicle box score for the first 13 days of September was 7400 Armistice Talks Remain Ruptured Tokyo armistice volved and business accounting require mentsfor1 income tax purposes An internal bureau spokesman said the bureaais for bidden by law from discussing in come tax cases unless they are taken to court and thus made a public record In Des Moines Beardsley has explained that his income tax troubles were the result of an honest mistake in his own figur ing of returns from 1944 through 1949 The error the governor said was the kind that thousands of citizens make in filing income tax returns I simply didnt keep a com plete set of books andIdidnt realize I was making some errors until I filed my 1949 return Time Denied He stated that he discovered size if recent trends are con tinued The Chinese and North K includes World war II light bomb ers with improvement which would approximate our B26 he said The bulk of this force is made whether he has changed his mind up of fighter type aircraft and jet 1Qo vo nrl oipther aircraft are predominant although there are some conventional tighters Everest said Moves Closer toCzech BreakOff Rome moved closer Friday to an outright diplomatic break with communistled Czecho slovakia The situation was intensified Thursday night vhen the foreign ministry announced Italy had called her consul general home the mistakes himself in pveparimmediately from Bratislava and jing hi and the communists Friday await ed answers to their latest notes to each other The allied board his 1949 return and asked for j ordered the Czechs to close their additional time in which to meetconsulate inMilan by Saturday that possibility he told reporters after a strategT huddle with a group of proEisenhower republican sena tors Eisenhower who shrugged off any presidential ambitions in 1948 hasnt said publicly yet for 1952 Nor has he said whether he is a democrat or a republican One midwestern editor who is backing the general has said that Eisenhower told him he is a re publican i Will Accept j Dewey is convinced the general is a republican and will accept a presidential nomination this time He also feels that the European defense builduo now is ready to proceed under an Eisenhower protege and it is time to devote more effort to the fight against communist expansion in Asia He came to Washington for the dual purpose of urging a stronger anticommunist stand in the far east and promote his Eisenhower Leader McFarland of Arizona received unanimous con sent to faring up the nomination out of the regular order Secret Weapons Biggest of these isan extra the senate added to beef up U S airpower and carry on work on new secret weapons After beating down efforts to slash 5 or 6 billion dollars out o the measure OMahoney agreed t a cut of just before passage Senator Flanders RVt firs lost 49 to 29 in a move to hold th total to Senator Langer BN Dak forced a second test on choppin out That wen down 51 to 29 Senator E Alexander Smith RN J then moved to whitt out 5 per cent or more than 83000000000 He had support o Senators Ferguson BMidu Case ES Flanders Taf ROhio OMahoney suggested holding the cut to per cent Sponso agreed and this went through o a voice vote As the reduction provision worded the secretary of defens could make this cut on selecte G M Passes Along New Price Hikes Washington govern ment Friday authorized automo bile dealers to pass along to then customers any factory price in creases on new cars The order was issued shortly after General Motors giant of the industry filed new pricelists ask ing increases for its makes of cars The office of price stabilization did not immediately make public the amount of increases proposed by GM Not Aggressive They pledged that the move to ring Germany into defense set p as well as other measures to ombat communism will in no circumstances be used in fur therance of any aggressive ac ion The declaration and an accoro janying communiquewere issued near the close of the5 day con ereriee among Secretary of State Acheson British Foreign Secre ary Morrison and French Foreign linister Schuman The declaration was confined to he plan worked outduring the conference to give West Germany a peace contract in place of the existing occupation status and al o enable the Germans to contrib ute to western armed defenses Friday Morrison Schuman and ihe American delegation including Acheson Secretary of the Davenport News Combine Is Approved Times Democrat Consolidate news paper history was made Friday as stockholders of The Times Co and Democrat Publishing Co approved a consolidation of the two newspapers to permit The Democrat to enter the morning field The consolidated company is known papers as Inc Davenport rNews and will hold the buildings physical7 properties and equipment previously owned by the separate publishing com panies Officersof the corporation are Snyder EGA Administrator Lee City pres WUlianC Foster and Secretary of the Army Pace will leave by plane for the Ottawa meeting of items in the bill or on all o them Earlier Senator Douglas I ni won approval of an amend ment designed to reduce sharp ly the number of men and pj fleers who receive extra flyio pay An Amendment Douglas amendment which would limit the premium pay to men in actual combat or who flew 20 hours or more a month j was approved 49 to 31 Before passage of the bill Sen ator Taft chairman of the senate republican policy committee1 sug gested a commission should bej set up to survey the military polj icy of the United States BROCK RESIGNS S iqux City Joseph E the 12nation North Atlantic reaty organization With thefTilg 3 ac as a preliminary the Ottawa meeting is expected to bring the admission of Greece and Turkey into the alliance andendorse ment of master plans for defense prepared by Gen Dwight D Ei senhowers NATO headquarters Remaining for big 3 considera tion Friday were several middle easfandfar east proBlemsi Ends Occupation The German peace contract as it was finally worked out was understood to call for an end to the postwar occupation independ ent statehood for Bonn abolition of the allied high commissionin favor of ambassadors and chang ing the status of U S British and French occupation armies to defense forces Berlin would con tinue in its special status Indications were the question of the occupation exnense bill amounting to 51000000000 or more was left open for negotia tion with Bonn by the high com missioners Diplomats said an ar rangement was possible whereby the account might be changed into a German contribution to the common European defense The western powers are ex pected to reserve the right to In tervene in west German affairs in the event of communist at tempts to seize the government ot veto any territorial changes and to make a formal peace treaty for all Germany at some future date should agreement ident Philip D Adler of The Times and David Rich ardson vice presidents L M Turnbull publisher of The Demo crat secretarytreasurer Dave K Gottlieb assistant treasurer and Ellen Thompsonassistant i T43 iuvuie udit aitutuu ctxiccui kone or two bg reached Iowa district has resigned to acj as chief deputy of strategy wants the red reaction to the UN apology for the strafing of the Kaesong conference site early Monday morning The reds want Gen Matthew B Bidgwaysreplyto their rejection of his suggestion that the truce talks be moved to another site Ridgways headquarters dis closed for the first time Friday the communist high commands refusal to meet in a new place The message from North Ko rean Gen Kim II Sung and Chi nese Gen Peng Tehhuai was de livered to a UN command liaison officer at 8 a m Wednesday at Panmunjom communist outpost southeast of Kaesong There was no explanation from the supreme Allied commanders office why the UN command wait ed more than two days before dis closing the contents of the com the deadline for that year When this was not granted him he sentl along the 1949 return with the word that he was sure it con tained some unavoidable errors due to haste in completing it A few weeks later the income tax agents asked for his books and Beardsley opened them to the agents Then he hired an account ant he said munist note Peiping radio said Thursday night the armistice negotiations could start again immediately and quick agreement could be reached if the allies would admit communist accusations of neu trality violations lit tneii trifrio death In put Si honrf A firmly worded announcement by the ministry declared a long series of offensive actions by the Czechoslovaks had made it prac tically impossible to the Bratislava consulate Stabbed Girl in Critical Condition forpresident boom Dewey returned from a month tour of the Pacific conj vinced that the red tide in Asia can be turned back with onehalf the effort spent so far on the European cept a position as chief deputy Ford and Chrysler notified OPS commissioner of corporations ofj Yoshida Home Japanese Premier Soys He Wont Seek Rearmament jlast Monday of an intention to raise prices Their new lists can become effective 5 days after fil ing Unless OPS disapproves eith er companycould raise prices af ter Saturday butneither has an nounced publicly whether it will do so An OPS official told a reporter is little likelihood the pro posed increases filed by Ford and Chrysler will be rejected state rf California Tobias Ej Diamond head of the office here said Thursday All About rAlll The Weather Mason City Mostly fair Friday night and Saturday Low Friday night 45 High Saturday 72 By NATE POLOWETZKY DCS Moines Tokyo Minister Shi OConnor 23 stabbed during mass gcro Yoshida the little cigar smoking statesman who guided Japan along the road to indepen at St Ambrose cathedral here Tuesday remained in critical con dition at Broadlawns hospital Fri day The hospital reported Miss OConnor spent a fairly good night and is holding her own Meantime John A Masterson 24 charged stabbing the pretty clerk was transferred to the state reformatory at Anamosa under an order signed by District Judge Tom K Murrow who termed Masterson a problem prisoner in the county jail The judge cited that Masterson became violent in his cell Tuesday night and said that both the state and the prisoners interest would best be protected by tem porary confinement at Anamosa Masterson is scheduled for a preliminary hearing in municipal court here next Wednesday PATROLMAN INJURED DCS Moines MihaJo vich popular DCS Moines police patrolman suffered two broken bones in his right leg In the col lision of his motorcycle and a Yellow cab Thursday dence told the Japanese people Friday he would refuse to rearm this vanquished nation The 72 year old Yoshidas stand was viewed in some quarters as indicating that he would step out of office just as soon as the his toric U SJapan security pact is ratified becomes law He instructed his countrymen to keep faith with the western world Yoshida made his remarks at s news conference only 3 hours aft er he returned from San Francisco where he saw Japan once again take its place among the nations the world Yoshida was asked point blank whether Japan would have to re arm after the security pact goes into effect Yoshida answered in almost in audible tones An Associated Press Japanese reporter said he heard Yoshida The Japanese news agency Ky odo quoted Yoshida as saying I am not thinking to rearm Other translations varied But the inference was clear The tough suave Yoshida would not personally see to it that guns were put back into the hands of his fellow countrymen Political observers have predict ed for some time that Yoshida will resign in favor of Ichiro Hatoyama founder of the liberal party who was depurged recently Yoshida gave these words of guidance What I would especially like to request of the Japanese people at this time is their awareness of the fact that the greater the ex pectations placed in us the greater our responsibility We must not betray the hopes placed in us by other nations We must of course abide faithfully by the terms of the peace treaty We must also democratize our nation to the fullest extent deepen our understanding with other Thats up to Japan But as far I as I am concerned I wont carry it I the rearmament program out Nicholas May Seek Governorship Ft Madison Gov W H Nicholas Mason City turkey raiser didnt want to talk turkey on the 1952 state elections Fri day Asked if rumors that he will seek election as governor of Iowa on the republican ticket next year were true Nicholas replied I feel I cannot comment at this time There was emphasis on at this time As an after thought and follow ing additional conversation on the coming election Nicholas added it is possible He referred to his possible candidacy for gover nor Nicholas with other state offi cials including members of the legislative budget and finance control coirroittee inspected Iowa state penitentiary here Friday countries and contribute to thejafternoon Before that they looked peace culture and prosperity of i over Geode state park the world By doing this T believe best contribute to the a new Japan Thursday inspections included icvo cnnjKcosauqua state park and the building ofistatc mental health institute at I Mt Pleasant Charles City Boy Turns Up Charles City Lloyd Allison said Friday she has learn ed that her 12yearold son Richard object of a custody dis aute has turned up safely at Pittsburgh Pa Authorities have issued a war rant charging Richards father Not much change in John JMorgan Pittsburgh o temperature Low Friday nightjkidnaping the boy from Lincoki 45 to 50 High Saturday 72 to Northwesterly ing Saturday winds decreas jlowa Mostly fair Friday night and Saturday Not much change in 78 Northwesterly winds de creasing Saturday Further out look Generally fair Sunday In creasing cloudiness Monday Slightly warmer daytime tem peratures school here last Wednesday I have learned from my moth er in Pennsylvania that Richard is in Pittsburgh Mrs Allison said Im not sure but I think hes a the home of his fathers mother Mrs Allison who has remarriec since her divorce from Morgan in Iowa 5Day Weather 1946 said that arrangements were Temperatures will average 4 to 8 degrees below normal Normal high 77 Normal low 54 Tem peratures will continue slightly below normal through Monday Major change to cooler Tuesdayj and Wednesday Rainfall will average to of an inch as showers Tuesday Minnesota Fair south partly cloudy north continued cool Fridav night and Saturday Low Friday night 42 to 48 High Sat urday 68 to 74 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Friday Maximum Minimum At S a m YEAR AGO being made to return the boy to Iowa The boys disappearanc brought a delay in a district cour hearing on his custody that hac been set for Thursday Mrs Al lison contended in a petition tha1 he rightfully belongs to her Sheriff B FAtherton said a truck driver told him that he saw a man seize Richard while the boy was on duty with the school ecretary As has been announced pre viouslyThe Democrat wfll pub lish mornings except Monday with complete coverage of eastern Iowa and western Illinois as weU as quadcity national and inter national news and pictures Thr change Cw31 tive Oct 2when the new Demo crat will appear for tfie first as a morning daily I Tap Moriunr Relfl Result oflong and careful plan ning the consolidation will pro vide the quadcities with a morn ing newspaper for the firsttime in many years able to give fcesh uptotheminute coverage ofall news and features Although published byone cor porationthe two newspaperswill retain their individuality and editorial departments oleach will unction entirely independent Jof he other with separate and m dividualpolicies Business offices circulation and mechanical departments nowever will be merged and fiinctiorT as Both newspapers will be printed on The Timesl press and lie business departments will ciipy The Times East Second editorial department of the Morning Democrat will continue a occupy the present Democrat 3uildingwat 40711 Brady street until suitable be es tablished in ihe 4storybuilding at 212214 Perry streetpurchased recently for the corporation RemodelingPlans Under present plans this build g will be remodeled to house he Morning Democrat editorial and news staff on the second loor and a new office for LM Turnbull publisher andspace for the circulation department on the Srstfloor Work of remodeling will start Oct 1 with the expectation of having the building available in February 1952 Until that time The Democrat editorial staff win continue in its present building Since the Perry street building adjoins The Times plant on the east a door that will be cut into the west wall of the editorial quarters wfll permit convenient access to The Times composing room which will be used at dif ferent times of the day by staffs of both newspapers Eventually the Brady street building that now houses The Democrat will be sold An expanded and improved Democrat will enter the morning field New features will be intro duced with others added from time to time More detailed an nouncement of these features will be made soon The Sunday Democrat popular for many years in the quadcities locality will be bigger and bet ter than ever Expand Comics Section The color comicssection for ex patrol He said the boy was cryample will be expanded from the present eight pages to 12 pages to ing when he was forced into a car 73 I TR ATX McnJmonX present a total of 24 color comics The new comics to be added will include Joe Palooka Hop Cor along Cassidy Johnny Hazard yl firA 7 iris Booth Clintonwas killed and Girls Ozark Maximum Minimum 55 62 42 her husband was hospitalized here f Thursday when their pickup truck jRemus and Prince was hit by a freight train and Some of the features now ap hurled 40 feet at a crossing near pearing in The Times will appear here also in the Sunday Democrat la
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