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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 24, 1951, Mason City, Iowa                                V North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited far to MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TMI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH lOWANS NIlCHiORS HOME EDITION VOL LVII Auoclitcd Prcu United fnm Full LCIM Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY SEPTEMBER 24 1951 This Paper Consists of Two One Mans Opinion A Commentary By W EARL HALL Managing Editor Always a Mess to Clean Up AFTER every war theres a mess to becleaned up It always has been so and I venture it al ways will be so as long as man dings to this primitive way of or trying to inter national The job used to fall to the losers But in modern warfare if the ex perience of the United States after two world wars is any criterion its more a job for the victor than for the vanquished In the years ahead and in the months ahead per going to be a new manifestation of the thing to which Im referring And South Korea more be the setting lor this cleaningup operation Yes Uncle Sam will be on the business end of the broom Outlook Not Bright The gears already have started to mesh for the rehabilitation bf warravaged South Korea Last December when the skies were darkest over Korea the UN general assembly established a Ko rean reconstruction agency IVs called UNKRA and its director is an American J Donald Kingsley This agency will assume respon sibility for the relief and rehabil itation task as soon as the fight ing comes to an end As these notes are written the outlook for an early peace isnt bright But its to be remembered that when the agency was created the Chinese had just entered the war and were threatening to drive the UN forces into the seaThat was only 9 months ago When and if the fighting ends the agency UNKRA plans to spend million in its first year of operation The UN already has received pledges of more than million from 47 governments Youve guessed largest con tribution will be from Uncle Sam Tallinn if congress ap proves it Many doubtless will inquire the United jbiave to bear the brunt of the task of rebuilding Korea after contribut ing the share of men and material to save that faroff land from the communists Actually our motivation for both is the promote the cause of human freedom Marshall Speech Recalled Precedent for the Korean relief program lies ha ihe original for eign aid plan proposed by Gen George Marshall in his now his toric speech at Harvard university 5 years ago While there was a of altruism in our offer our most compelling objective was to halt communisms world march Communism thrives best on hu man misery Today despite the fact that our world has not yet managed to outlaw war human life counts for more than it did even 50 years ago Thus we have 3 good reasons for the rehabilitation pro gram in Korea Humanity char ity and in my opinion the most imper ative Of doing away with breeding grounds for communism But before considering whats contemplated in the rebuilding of Korea lets look briefly at some of il T AM41LA fcVAVc United Nations even before thatjfiejds as well different King Gaining Physicians Say By DONSCHWIND London The royal ipanel of physicians who oper erated on King George VI reported Monday night the mon arch is gaining strength The king has gained strength during the said the bulletin from Buckingham palace Britains public anxiously awaited each bulletin on the kings condition after the doctors removed all or part of his QUEEN RETURNS TO PALACE AFTER PRAYER Britains Q u een Elizabeth outwardly calm looks from a limousine as she returns to Buckingham palace Monday morning after an early morning prayer at Lam beth palace chapel for the wel fare of her husband Frost Threat Hangs Over Farm Crops The weatherman changed his forecast at midday Monday and the new prediction brought new hope to North Iowa farmers who have been counting the days until their corn andjsoybean crops will be matured beyond danger of s vere damage from frost Continuedcloudiness with a low of about 38 degrees was the weather expectation for Monday night in North Iowa Earlier Monday the prediction was for frost or freezing tempera tures with a lowof 30 to 35 de grees during the night Clearing skies were to accompany the drop in temperature the weather bu reau had said Not Beyond Danger Damage to North Iowa crops would have depended on how low the temperatures fell reported Marion county E Olson extension Cerro Gordo director A freeze would result in damage to a large proportion of the crop he pointed out Olson was in several cornfields Sunday studying the degree of ma turity Some of the corn is beyond frost damage In some fields about 50 per cent of the corn still is in the milk stage And there are a in which nearly all of the corn still is in the milk or dough stages he said The extension director refrained from making an esti mate of the percentage of cofn which is beyond danger of frost There is much variation in the of maturity within the same program can get under way Political Issues First agreement to a ceasefire with adequate guarantee against a resumption of hostilities would still leave a tangled skein of po litical and territorial issues to be resolved through diplomatic chan nels Second it will be necessary to provide for Koreas longterm se curity The United Nations is expected to place major emphasis on the second of these two points Sec retary Achesoh has declared that UN forces will not be withdrawn from Korea until a genuine peace has been firmly established Should the Chinese reds remain in Korea any withdrawal of UN troops would of course be ex tremely hazardous Acheson also has said that the greatest guarantee against re newed fighting alter aji armistice would be for the Chinese to with draw across the Yalu stream which forms much of the border between Korea and Man churia Such a withdrawal by the Chinese would be accompanied by a gradual or phased withdraw al of the UN troops from South Korea Ultimately the stage would be set for further negotiations on territorial claims and the big task of rebuilding the country Withdrawal of Troops If there is a ceasefire pne could expect diplomatic negoti ations to channel first toward withdrawal of foreign troops This would bring a climate ot peace to Korea Incidentally it is always easier to break off peace negoti ations when your armies arc ar rayed in line ready to fight than CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 fields he explained It will be necessary to sort soft ears out of the corn when harvest ailing lung Sunday Palace sources said keen anxiety continued Monday after noon but we are pleased at the moment because things have gone as well as can be expected A palace spokesman said the 55yearold monarch appeared in good spirits But it Deemed likely that he would on the first day after surgery Queen Elizabeth saw her hus band Monday morning then spent the tense hours reading over scores of telegrams jmd letters of sympathy arriving from through out the world Princess Margaret was with her A morning medical bulletin said the king has had a restful night The brief announcement said only king has had a restful night His majestys condition this morning continues to be as satis factory as can be expected First Crucial Night It came after a Buckingham palace source had reported that the king made it safely through the first crucial night after his operation Sunday morning Anxious Britons who had prayed for the safety of their be loved monarch got no indication of the kings exact condition in his battle against the aftereffects of the surgery The announcement was signed by 5 doctors who had spent the night at the kings bedside Queen Elizabeth spent the night in a room near her desperately ill husband The rest of the royal family was also nearby Queen Mother Mary 84 kept in touch by telephone from her residence at Marlborough house There still was rib change how ever in the plans ofPrmcess Elizabeth and the duke of Edin burgh to leave next week for Canada The critical night under the watchful eyes of doctors and nurses Dr Clement PriceThomas who per formed the actual lung resection did not remain in the palace Long Crucial Period Lung resection is the term used for surgical removal of the whole lung or part of it It has not been indicated how extensive the op Navys New Jersey Batters Peaks Held by Communist Force eration was affected or which lung was Medical authorities are in gen eral agreement that the first 4 or 5 days after the operation are the crucial period As the sovereign fought his lone ly battle for life a little group of Britons kept a prayerful vigil put side the gates of massive Bucking ham palace They were joined after day break by persons on their way to work who stopped to ask how is he very much like old friends asking after a neighbor Others set for a longer wait parked their cars in the mall near the palace or sat quietly around the nearby monument to Queen Victoria Good wishes poured in from all parts of the empire Most British newspapers ran editorials express ing hopes for a speedy recovery Overshadows Politics Opinions vary on how long re covery may take but most author ities hold out for from 7 to 10 ing many to insure safe The kings illness overshadowed storage Olson said Soybeans in Danger A relatively small per cent of the soybean crop is beyond danger of damage from frost Olson said freeze now would result in severe reduction of soybean yields although the quality of soybeans will not be greatly dam aged Olson stated political campaigning for the gen serai election set for Oct 25 Polit ical quarters however gave little credence to suggestions that the election might be postponed They pointed out that Prime Minister Clement Attlee who set the Oct 25 date did so after con sulting the king just a few days before the operation was decided Another week would have put most of the corn beyond danger or frost damage the county exten sion director said Olson has information concern ing the storage and utilization of soft corn available at his office in the postoffice building The pamphlet When You Have Soft Corn can be obtained by asking for it he said Italian Premier Will Talk Arms Washington Al cide DeGasperi of Italy arrived in the capital Monday for a 3day visit and talks with top American officials He will seek changes in the Italian peace treaty President and Mrs Truman and their daughter Margaret and sev eral cabinet officers met DeGas peri as his train pulled in at a m from Detroit where he vis ited for two days DcGasperis arrival here coin cided with reports that the United States Britain and France arc drafting a joint declaration of their plans to change the arms limitation provision in the Italian peace treaty There were indications that a council of state might be set up to take over the kings duties if AP Wirephoto SADDENED TWNDSOR REACHES ENGLAND Sol emufaced dukei of Windsor arrives at Londons Victoria station Mondayfrom Paris on his way to join the royal family vigil for his brother King George VI Duke of Windsor Arrives for Vigil By ROBERT MUSEL London lonely figure stepped from a train at Vic toria station Monday morning There were no crowds to greet him The scene proved once and for all that King George has won the hearts of his people It took the sha dow of tragedy to show how complete was the kings victory For the man who stepped from the train was the duke of Windsor This was the first time anyone could remem ber that his return to had not been stfll loyal There was high drama inthe wardamaged station shed as the train chugged inPolice erected for the crush that never came Controversial Figure This has been the usual precau tion to protect ihe duke ever since lis abdication in 1936 thrust the cares of the crown on his younger srother The royal family has re mained sensitive about the dukes persistent popularity There was even a private agree ment that he would not make any public appearances that might de ract from the homage due only b the throne They can tear up that clause right even the faithful old ladles who remembered when he was the romantic Drince of Wales were at the sta ion Monday j Like the rest of the nation their houghts turned to the sickroom at Buckingham palace where their monarch lay so very ill The duke wouldnt speak as he eft the train His tanned face was ined with worry He carried aj derby in his hand and walked riskly behind a police escort through the customs gate to a car Before boarding the train in Paris the duke said he was keep ng in ioped A court source said it would possible for the duke to see his brother for days i Duchess Not Along j The Americanborn duchess did not accompany her husband She has never been accepted by the royal family some of whom still Dlame her for the abdication which forced the frail duke of York to take on the job From the station the duke drove to Marlborough house to pay his respects to his mother Dowager Out of Tree lifes Leg Grand Rapids Mich lie Simmons husband fell out of a tree He broke his wifes leg The husband Roy was pickinj chestnuts from a stepladder when he fell striking his wife who was watching below She broke his fan but her own leg Roy was unhurt Kaesong Unsuitable Enemy Told By DON HUTH Tokyo United Nations lommand Monday told the com munists that Kaesong is unsuitable a site for any future Korean armistice negotiations Allied liaison officers gave hese reasons irj a note handed red iaison officers at Kaesong 1 Kaesong is top close to the main red supply line under at ack by allied warplanes 2 Red and allied ground forces are in constant maneuver around he 5mile Kaesong neutral zone 3 Uncontrolled partisan groups responsible to neither command are active in the area and could take action at any tune which would again cause a breakup of talks The reds called off the talks Aug charging an allied plane ried to murder the red cease fire delegation with a bomb the day before It is regrettable the allied said that the reds didnt accept the original suggestion of Gen Matthew B Ridgway supreme al ied commander that the negotia ions be held aboard the Danish lospital ship Jutlandia Ridgway proposed some other more incidentproof site for the conference in a note to the com munists Sept 6 He since has made clear that he wants better work ing conditions established for negotiators before he agrees to resumption of the conference About The Weather Mason City Cloudy and contin ued cool Monday night and Tuesday Low Monday night 35 to 38 High Tuesday 58 Woman Injured in Auto Upset Edwin Erickson 51 Rochester Minn employe o SL Marys hospital at Rochester was taken to the hospital at p m Sunday following an injury possibly a broken back in an ac cident 4 miles north of St Ans Sheriff Lewis Haberkorn inves tigated and found the car was driven by a son Thomas Erick son 16 with his father in the front seat and his mother in the rear It was raining and the car met another which swished mud and water on to the windshield of the Erickson car causing it to swerve toward the centerThe driver said another car was approaching and Erickson turned his car to the right suddenly causing it to run to w a Cloudy off the shoulder The sheriff said the car hit the and not much slippery grass and a rut at the side change in temperatures the highwayfcausing it to over turn in the ditch bottomside up The two men in the car suffered only cuts and bruises the sheriff said Tot Killed by night and Tuesday Low Mon day night 38 northeast to 45 southwest Scattered s h o w e r s Tuesday with highs 60 to 66 Winds Tuesday east to southeast 1218 MPH Further outlook Partly cloudy and cool Wednes day Thursday cloudy and not quite so cool Scattered showers i n i A Wednesday night into Thursday DOCKing AlltO Cloudy Monday night and Tuesday Rain orsnow and south portions Tuesday Not quite so cool west portion Mon day night Cooler southwest Tuesday Low Monday night 32 to 40 High Tuesday 40 to 48 PVT STANLEY A ARNESON Mason City Soldier Dies in Morocco Pvt Stanley A son of Mr and Mrs Clarence O Arne son 616 Monroe N died in Morocco North Africa on Sept 22 according to a message re ceived by his parents from the wardepartment The exact cause of Pvt Arne sons death is unknown at this time ihe message stated adding that a letter containing further de tails will be forwarded at the earliest possible date The tele gram also stated that information concerning the return of Arnesons remains to fhfs country Surrender Key Hill to Red Army Yanks Helped by Battleship By ROBERT YEBMHXION 8th Army Headquarters battleship Nevr Jersey opened its 16inch gunsMonday against the hills on the eastern front to aid United Nations in antrymen battling desperately against the communists Standing just off the coast the gun crews of the big battle wagon tons at full pin point fire on enemyheld peaks with their nine 16inch rifles They knocked 3 feet of real estate off one an enthusiastic air observer reported Tour Americans blazed their way o the peak of heartbreak ME north of Yanggu on the bloody eastern front only to be forced to surrender it two hours later des pite reinforcements to a commu nist regiment The 4 Americans had survived a vicious bayonet and hand gre nade battle through the night to reach the summit in the crisis of a bitter 13day fight for its con troL Other members of their unit were forced to fall back from the peak which controls the rugged surrounding area Gain Top Pvt Arneson first enlisted the air force from Devils Lake N Dak 1942 where his family then lived They came to Mason City about 5 years ago He served in World war II for almost 5 years After his discharge he was em ployed in Mason City He was called back from the reserves last May After being in Texas for train ng he was shipped to Morocco n July His work consisted in driving vehicles at the air force aase there GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Monday Maximum Minimum At 8 a m Precipitation Queen Mary He is staying at thesVEAR AGO Mayfair home of Anthony Biddlej The dukes primary purpose is his recovery were to lose momenjto help sell his memoires to be published in London Thursday Hej Osage Jacqueline Tyrholm 20 months old daughter of Mr and Mrs John Tyrholm of Osage was accidentally killed at the family home at noon Sunday when she toddled behind the family car and was run over as the car was backed by the father from the turn Members would probably in clude Queen Elizabeth Princess Elizabeth Princess Margaret the duke of Gloucester and Princess Mary the princess royal The lat ter two are the kings brother and sister is scheduled to speak to the Book to 8 a m Sunday sellers Representatives association Maximum at a dinner Wednesday night Minimum And thats the way Britain acAt 8 a m cepted him Monday Not as its YEAR AGO former kine Not as a duke but Maximum just as an author Minimum garage The child died on the way 66 to the doctor 43 Funeral services will be held at 46 2 p m Tuesday at the Champion funeral home with burial in the Osage cemetery Maximum 63 The child was born at Waseca Minimum 30 Minn Jan 11 1950 The family jcame to Osage this year Mr Tyr GlobeGazette weather data upholm being employed by the In 61 43 47 77 44 ternational Harvester company in Osage Besides the WOUNDED IN KOREA Pfc Calvin W Anderson son cf Tina Anderson 534 2nd N E was seriously wounded in Korea on Sept 4 according to a letter received by his mother gunner with the 31st infantry regiment He entered the service last March His address is U S 5504622L Company D 31st Inf Regt AJPO 7 Hospital Directory Section APO 503 care of Post master San Francisco Cal tet gained the crest American reinforcements moved up quick ly but fiercely resisting reds drove all UN iroops off peak fast before dawn Streams of Ceadly machine gaa fire mortar barages and small arms fire punctuated the allnight clash UN troops who failed to reach the peak from the opposite side held a position ontheslopes after diggingout communists with onets and hand grenades The heartbreak hill clash came as the redV turnedincreas ingly aggressive on all sectorsvof the eastcentral and eastern fronts Southeast ofKumsong allied troops beat off 4 sharp enemy jabs from squad company strength Sunday Just to the west of heartbreak Mil other UN forcesfailed after an all day battle to conquer another important cresL They withdrew at 10 m Sunday un der withering enemy fire Heavy red reinforcements were reportedbuilding up west of Kumwha in the old Iron Trian area farther west of heart ireak hill They increas ingly heavy amounts of small arms mortar and artillery fire including that from selfpropelled guns Payoff Heavy UN advances if any were slow and both sides were paying in casualties Any allied tank whichpoked its nose beyond allied almost immediately into deadly flat trajectory fire A navy announcement disclosed the US destroyer Perkins was struck twice by communist shore batteries during a 16day bom bardment in support ofground troops Theship suffered no cas ualties and no serious damage the announcement said ADVICE TO VETERANS i Des Moines iP Veterans plan leaves her grandparents ningto study under the GI bill parents the child should arrange for their own funds c VT fn firfo ffiiSrVi ifriHT Mnr 1 fno and Mrs A N Tyrholm of Owatonna Minn and Mr and Mrs L Mickelson of Minneapolis FBI Hunts Answers to Texas Discovery to tide thefti oVer until Nov 1 tne Iowa VA office says W B Nu7 gent VA manager in Des Moines said it will not be possible to process GI subsistence payments in time to reach the veterans until Nov 1 Small Boys Find Hunk of Refined Uranium Ore Albuquerque The only thing known for sure about nearly 100 pounds of refined uranium found in two chunks at Dalhart Texas is that very little is known for sure The FBI and the atomic energy commission presumably know something about it But theyre not talking One piece was found buried tablished that the metal was Where from S6 a pound AEC esject was developing the first atomic uranium jtimate to nearly S3500 a poundbomb at Los Alamos Unofficial smiles from the FBI and the AEC are given to the sou HOSPITAL SOLD Onawa J S Geering iias announced sale of his hospital to a group known as the Onawa Hospital Inc This much is known One piecej commercial chemist estimate reigns 33 pounds the other 65f How did it get to Dalhart Th The pounds The metal has 186 timesjories range from theft by an atom the density water Its blackjspy to the falling of a flaming green fireball of uranium Some think a souvenir hunter may have ditched it in Dalhart Was the uranium stolen The AEC prefers the word taken and tough Its commercially pure uranium And the AEC has it But the big questions remain unanswered Where did it come from The early this summer by 3 boys iAEC probably from a governj If stolen who took it The FBI court playing in a tree The FBI found the second later on a scrap head The finds were announced Sat urday night by University of New Mexico scientists who es ment installation The nearest onejis investigating to Dalhart is topsecret heavily The AEC places the age of the guarded Los Alamos N Mexpieces at 7 or 8 years That wouldj venir hunter theory Observers point out that David Grcengiass now serving a 15 year term for giving atom sec rets to Russia worked at Los Alamos in 194546 Dr Klaus Fuchs convicted by an English on a similar charge worked there in 1943 A check revealed that no one some 300 miles away makc them current about the time had suffered any ill effects from How much is it worth Anyjwhen the armys Manhattan projlhandling the metal SAME BUck means traffic past t hoars death U WOUNDED IN KOREA Pvt Clarence Low Jr son of Mr and Mrs Clarence Low Rt 3 Clear Lake Monday was re ported wounded in action in Ko rea Pvt Low reported for duty at Fort Lawson Seattle Wash March 31 1951 after spending two weeks at home His injuries were not learned   

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