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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 25, 1951, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowoV Doily Newspaper far to Horn M CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TMI MIWSPAriR THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IQWANS NIIGHIORS HOME EDITION VOL LVU FnM UoiUd Tull Win MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 25 1951 This Paper Consists ot Two No Orders 300 British Oil Men Out Iran Premier Acts in Crisis i By ROBERT B HEWETT J i Tehran Inn Mo hammed Mossadegh Tuesday or dered 300 British oil technicians to get opt of Iran by Oct 4 DeputyPrime Minister Hossein Fatemi told reporters the Britons remaining at the huge Abadan refinery could not stay under any Three ultimatums to them in the BritishIranian oil disput previously had given the techni cians their choice of working un der individualcontracts with Iran or leaving the country Now they are being given one Thursday to settl their personal affairs and go Some may be absorbed in the British oil operationsin neighbor ing Iraq where some already have gone from Abadan Iraq still operates in partner ship with the British as Iran did before oil nationalization laws took over the AngloIranian Oa AlOC holdings in 1his Premier Mossadegh in a mes sage made public by Fatemi in structed the National Iranian Oil company to see that all Iranians in the Khuzistan oil areas extenc the departing Britons their ut mosthospitality and see them off with most friendly feelings A British spokesman said the technicians would not resist for mal eviction orders Mossadegh is trying to hire non British foreign technicians ant sell nationalized oil to private cashandcarry customers But the Abadan refinery remains idle anc the wells are shut down A F L Names Senators on List Pick Rcpabffeans Up for Reflection Yf By JACK BELL Republicans placed on the American Federa 1tion of Labors roll of its enemies Tuesday the ability of labor leaders to sway the union membership in 1952 flections Nineteen senators 5 of ilhem southern denioeratsiwere JabeUec shortsighted andantilaoor Ty Joseph D Keenan retiring direc tor of labors League for Politica Education AELs political arm Keenan told the AFL convention atJSan Francisco Monday that the 19 all prospective candidates for reelection next year are the men who gave you the Taf tHart ley B2L He described that mea sure as a time bomb he said could destroy the labor move Democrats gener ally were silent and republicans vocalabout Kee nans indictment Taft Ignored Taftr Hartleycoauthor and a probanle candidate forthVG O P presi dential wasnt on the list He is not a next year candi date for reelection to the senate He snawed under labors opposi tion in winning reelection in Ohio last year Senators Bricker i o Handera Cain f Wash and McCarthyRWis all namedon the A F L enemy list told reporters they are cer tain the A P L national leaders are off the beam so far as their individual states are concerned Senator Brewster RMaine as serted that under the TaftHart ley act more working men have more jobs at more wages than ever before in history Foolish tone Senator Williams RDel said he thinks the A F L is foolish to make the law an issue since such tactics havent paid off poli tically in the past Senators H Alexander Smith RN J and Martin RPa took that their rec ords support their contention they have always been for labor Senators OConnor D Md Holland DFla Byrd DVa and Khowland included on the A F L list didnt want to comment Keenan described Byrd as dean of all the Dlxiecrats Senators Connally Siennis DMiss Hugh Butler RNebr Jenner RInd Kem RMo Eston RMont and Watkins RUtah werent avail able for immediate comment FATALLY INJURED Davenport William 69 fatally injured Monday night when he was struck an automobile within a block or his home AP Wlrephoto PONDER MCCARTHY OUSTER senate rules committee meets In Washington Tuesday to consider a resolution raising the question whether Sen Joseph McCarthy RWis should beousted from congress The resolution is sponsored by Sen William Benton Left to right Senators Margaret Chase Smith R Guy M Gillette chairman Mike Monroney Thomas C Hennings Jr DMo and Robert C Hendrickson RN Sen McCarthy Wont Attend Own Hearing By JAMES F DONOVAN Washington UR Sen Joseph H McCarthy RWis said Tues day he wont waste time attend ng the first hearing on a pro posed investigation of his fitness a hold McCarthy told newsmen he wil gnore a preliminary hearing friday by a senate elections sub committee on a resolution by Sen William Benton DConn call ing for a senate investigation to see if McCarthy should be ex pelled from office Reporters asked McCarthy ic would accept the subcommit ees invitation to attend the hear ing and make a statement noP he replied Ive al wasted too much time on that odd little mental midget McCarthy said henad an out oftown But even if in he add he would not attend the hear j lecauseibf decision to nk request for permission to crossexamine Ben M Gaiette D after an all day meeting Monday that the sub committee decided to grant Ben ons request for a closeddoor tearing on his resolution The constitution says onlymat he senate may expel any member y a twothirds vote Even the iloc does not have this many votes Gillette indicated that he he Jeves his subcommittee has the powerto investigate a senators activities But he added that an inquiry by another in London aerhaps the senate judiciary be necessary before imotionto oust McCarthy could xnne to a vote Set Plans for Stepping Up Atomic Arms Washington Mc lahon DConn says theatomic energy commission has declared it ould step up atomic production y times if it had the neces sary money and priorities McMahon announced Monday hat the senatehouse atomic en ergy committee which he heads viU meet Tuesday with the secre aries of the army navy and air orce to discuss such plans In a senatespeech last week he aid this country has been spend ing only 3 cents out of each de ense dollar for atomic weapons nd called for a decision to seek 11out production McMahon said such a step should make it possi leto save a year r more The meeting with the armed orccs secretaries he said will be o get thinking oftheir de artments as to past present and uture uses of atomic energy REGISTRATION DROPS number of ew apprentices who registered vith the state bureau of labor ropped sharply last month King Continues to Gain Strength By DON SCHWIND London palace in a medical bulletin Tuesday night said King George has had a comfortable day and has been able to take some nourishment This was the 6th bulletin on the kings condition since he underwent a major lung operation Sunday morning and was the first to mention has taken nourishment It was interpreted to mean he had successfully passed the first shock of the operation The text of bulletin No 6 The king has had a comfort able day and has been able to take t some nourishment It was in the same hopeful vein as the morning announcemenl whichsaid the king continued to gainstrength after a restful night The morning bulletin No 5 said king contimles to gain strength1 As soon as they agreed on Ihe bulletin the doctors telephoned the good news to members of the royal family staying outside the palace News Princess Elizabeth heiress pre sumptive to the throne and her hLUsband the duke of Edinburgh received it at Clarence house their London The news also went to Marlbor ough house home of Queen mostrabid antiMcCarthy senator Mother Mary With her were the Concedes that the antiMcCarthy duke of Gloucester youngest this Drother of the Princess Mary the princess royal his sister The duke of Windsor the man who gave up tha throne to George was reached at the home of a friend where he is staying while Bulletin No 5 was posted on a xiard attached to the palace fence A crowd of nearly 1000 lined up o read it The Scots guards enrouteto St James palace marched by a few minutes later with thenpipes and drums silent Medical circles believe dawn Tuesday marked the end of the most phase There are hazards and anxie ties still ahead one doctor ob served but they are not as great or as grave as those ofthe opera tion itself and the first 48 hours which have now passed In the first crisis after the sur geons knife finishes its work the jreat danger is postoperative collapse Fears Reduced Monday nights bulletin No saying The king has gained strength during the duced fears of such a collapse But the 55 year old king is not yet on the straight and smooth road Medical experts claim the next danger period starts approx imately next Saturday and will last a day or two At that period the risk of late complications especially f infec tion and what is called secondary once again make the going critical for George The guarded bulletins from the cated attacked the monarchs shed little light on Msailment But their progres sively encouraging tone lias cui downthefears of theBritish peo ple All About Wednesday night extreme northwest and in some other sections Thursday night GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Tuesday Maximum Minimum At 8 a m YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 56 32 42 65 42 VETERAN DRUGGIST DIES DCS Moiries John Kirk emberton 69 longtime U e s Moines druggist died at a hospital Monday Reds Walk Out of Ridgway Asks Return Senate Group Votes Return to Meat Quota Special Injunction Against Rollbacks Washington The senat banking committee Tuesday ap proved a bill to reimpose livestoc slaughter quotas and couplet with it a specific injunction against price rollbacks The vote was 10 to 2 for slaugh ter quotas a major point in Presi dent Trumans demand for strong er controls The full committee action cam shortly after Rep Spence D Sy following a white house vis it told reporters the house bank ing committee might act inde pendently to knock some of th bad amendments out of the nev controls law Emergency Watched In voting to reimpose the quot effect f or 4 months u to Aug senate committe acted to take care of emergenc conditions While again permitting the of fice of price administration to te each slaughterer how many cat tie he each month th committeeapproved bill goes fur ther than the old law Italsorprovides that in any par ticular area where livestock fered for slaughter exceeds of th quotas OPSshall promptly adjus quotas to permit the marketin of all such livestock Thus in an unusual situatio where a larger than normal num her of cattle comes to marke OPS couldraise the quota to al low all animals to be processed S No Limit Objectionsto the quota system had been raised by many cattl men oaf groundsit limited live presslyprohibits OPS from lim The committee also added Tang uage to provide for the alloca rMII HUUUl The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy and cool Tuesday night Low Tues day night 38 to 42 partly and warmer with high 68 Iowa Partly cloud Tuesday night and notquite so cool north Low Tuesday night40 to 46j north 46 to 52 south Wed nesday partly cloudy warmer east and south portions scat tered showers northwest High Wednesday 70 to 75 except near 60 extreme northwest Winds Wednesday south to southeast 1522 M P H Furtheroutlook Partiy cloudy to cloudy Thurs day and Friday Cooler east and south Thursday Frost possible ing plant was attributed Tuesday he OPS meat Sena or Capehart RInd afterwards he committee action was sub stantially what OPS wanted OPS Ruling Slows Work at Deckers A marked decrease in the num jer of beef slaughtered during the last two weeks at the Facob EDecker and Sons pack o an OPS beef ceiling price amendment issued Sept 6 P J Thogerson general man ager said that the Mason City plants beef Km this week will be about 12 per cent of the normal slaughter for the last week in Sep tember Last week it was only 25 per cent of the usual kill he said The ceiling price for prime steers is slightly more than hundredweight Thogerson pointed out However top prices at some livestock markets have reached and a hundred Explains Amendment Briefly the4 amendment pro SAME Blink mcini trafflt put li LANDS ON TOP NONE Crashing into the bridge at the east edge of Clear Lake and caroming off into the ditch 345 feet away this car ended up on its top Monday evening None of the 5 young boys reported in the car washurt according to Floyd Grimm of the Clear Lake police force although every window was smashed He said he did not get the name of the driver or any ofthe occupants The car a 1951 Plymouth was registered to John Manolis 517 5th S W Mason City Democrats Frank Moorhead Says Beardsley Taxes Up to Government and God Ames relations representatives for the Iowa repub lican and democratic parties declined to express an opinion Monday night on whether Governor William S Beardsleys income taxaf fairs will figure in the next state political campaign Frank Moorhead publicist for the Iowa democratic party and Gerald Bogan public relations man for the republicans were interviewed on a television show over station WOITV Moorhead hi response to a question as to whether the democrats would make a campaign issue of the income tax matters said As far as I know it is a matter between the governor the government and God Governor Beardsley recently offered the government a check for 513000 in settlement of income tax deficiencies claimed by the ffovernment Bogan said in the panel discussion that the governor has stated the income tax affair is a personal matter He added that there are lots of honest mistakes made in filing income tax returns and that he noticed employesof state institutions who never figuresboard and room in their previous income tax returns now were being asked to do so vides that any slaughtering plant may disregard price live cattle ifthenumber of cattle purchased is less than 50 per cent of the number bought during the same accounting period last year Slaughterers buying between 50 and 75 per cent of their lastyears purchase can pay only one per cent more than the OPS ceiling In any case the meat must be sold at or below the meat ceiling price The Decker plant is in the 50 to 75 per cent group for the month cd September A price increase greal enough to bring in more cattle would exceed the one per cent above ceiling level of compliance Thogerson pointed JPtnrpose The amendment was devised to relieve kilters who have been frozen out of the cattle market bj reduced marketings of cSttte ex plained Francis A State college farm It has resulted in apparent regard ofbeef price ceilings 2 buyers But Kufish warned cattle feeders that the Mgher prices1 shouldnot be Interpretec tion of meat to processors an wholesalers to assure theywfllge iheir normal shareofthe supply The committee on a 7 to 5 ro call vote wrote Jnto the legislation die Oct 1 What happens after that specific provision againstper mitting OPS to roll back the jrici of meat William F Kennedy counsel io as evidence that pnce ceilings are Breaking The amendment is scheduled to s anybodys guess Kutish said If the ruleSprevailing prior to Sept 6 areRestored slaughterers will lave to pay less for fat cattle to amply withOPScontrols OPS Ghecks Most ti S Slaughterers Washington govern ment Tuesday threw ail available rice control personnel into a na ionwide predawn check of ome 500 slaughter houses in a drive to stamp out illegal practices the handling of beet Price Enforcement Director Edj ward P Morgan said slaughtering Derations in more than 50 cities vere being checked He expected undreds of packers would come under inspection before nightfalL Price Stabilizer Michael V Di alle ordered all regional and dis rict price stabilization offices to lelp special enforcement agents in the coasttocoast crackdown OPS agents were ordered to in Light Frost Reported in North Iowa The temperature dropped to a frosty 28 degrees early Tuesday morning at the Mason City Mu nicipal airport and light frost was reported in other areas west to Algona and east to Charles City An airport observer said thz the low temperature was record ed between and 6 a m an themercury began to rise imme diately afterward A low of 3 degrees was 4 reported at th KGLQ transmitter j weather bureau reporte readings of 35 atAlgona an CharlesCity36 at lawaJFaHs 3 Kaesong Is Ruled Unsuitable Enemy Wants Charges Studied By DON HUTH Tokyo Communist officers angrily stalked out of a meeting Tuesday at Kaesong but Gen Matthew B Ridgway asked them to return Wednesday for another try at reviving the stalled Ko rean truce talks The reds walked out when al lied liaison officers insisted on discussing conditions trader which the truce talks could be resumed The allies earlier told the reds that Kaesong was not a satisfac tory site The communists wanted to get the truce talks going right away But they demanded that the first session be given over to plans for processing a string of charges that the allies hadviolated the neu trality of Kaescmg New Message Eight and onehalf hours after the reds stalked out of the Tues Rapids tha cloudy weather move intc Iowa Tuesday night and Wednes day Rain wasexpected Damage to corn and soybean crops from the light frost Was no expected to be severe or exten sive However a freeze would lave resulted in damage to a Jargi iropprtion of the crops accord ngvto MarionE Olson Cerrb GoroV extension director Although much of the corn in the area has reached the safety stagfe there is ta considerable amount which still is In the and dough stages he pointed out Most observers agree that corn and soybeans need another week if good maturing weather be ore most of the crop will be safe Some fields of com need two or weeks of drying weather to reach the stage of maturity al which time they will be safe from rost damage The stage of ma turity varies within fieldsas wel as between different fields it has been noted spect records of slaughterers their cattle weights scales and invoices The agency said the aim is to etermine whether they are1 pur livestock in compliance ith the control law and whether nyone is selling beef at illegal rices Iowa OPS Has 23 Men in Field DCS Moines Joining in a oasttocoast crackdown on il igal beef handling practices the owa district price control office aid Tuesday it had 23 of its own gents and several special agents Kansas City in the field Robert K Brannon district en orcement director for the Iowa Sice of price stabilization said con with nitial emphasis being given to ases of suspected illegal prac ces We are concentrating on aughterers who handle more lan 50 head of cattle a week in uding 20 class I slaughterers and numbe of class 2 slaughterers rannon said We expect to find some viola ens Brannon said the Iowa invesj gations will check such things s overweights and false ic inspection drive nue for about two would weeks Yank Jets Shoot Down 5 Planes By JOHN RANDOLPH U S 8th Army Headquarters Korea F86 Sabres Tuesday won the longest jet battle hi history They shot down 5 com muist and damaged 5 in a 35minute fight in MIG alley over northwest Korea The TJ S 5th air force said all the American planes returned safely The fight roared from 35000 feet to ground level It produced the biggest oneday bag of Rus siantype MIGlas since April 12 when U S pilots shot down 4 probably destroyed 2 and dam aged 14 On the ground United Nations troops Tuesday captured a com manding peak west of heartbreak ridge on the rugged eastern Ko rea front The mountain like the ridge the allies want so badly looks down on a communist supply and assem bly base A UN unit battled to the moun tain top northwest of Yanggu Munsan with a message for the reds He made the extraordinary night flight to Panmunjom near Kaesong by helicopter The message signed by the senior allied liaison officer CoL Official Peace Hopes Smothered by Stalling Tactics TPashinetan leaders are Xaesohff truce moves with far less hope of fire agreement than held months r A cold appraisal of the stalling tactics in past weeks ku rjvst about tfmigm crept1 places after Russias Jacob Malik proposed the trace Hope for a settlement hiiimt Tjeen snuffed ont entirelyvSoiiie thinkthererisstill a chance But flame in both the Pentagon and the state I talks witt personsclose to the situation in both departments who areIn a position to ranee the reactions to the comtmi moves m Korea v Andrew J Kinney underinsteiC ions fromRidgway Despite your unilateral actfin is recessingthe meeting Tuesday and yourv abrupt departure from r am prepared to meet with you Wednesday at 10 7 p m GST Tuesday to djs uss conditions mutually ory for restunption of tice talks The talks have been 33 days That word conditions left i dtuation just where it was when redswalked out of Tuesdays The tense 50minute session ended with explosive suddennessi Kinney had proposedrmatboth sides discuss conditions which vould guarantee uninterrupted talks by the negotiators Leaves Abruptly Chinese red Col Chang Chun an flatly rejected the suggestion aid the meeting was ended and eaded for the door The belief prevailed at allied eadquarters that the communist walkout did not signal a complete reakdown of the stalled truce talks A source pointed out that a inal breakoff could be called only y the highest levels of the red r allied by liai on officers The reds broke off thehigher ivel ceasefire talks Aug 23 aft r charging that an allied plane ombed the Kaesong neutral zone he night before The allies in estigated and denied the charge AP Correspondent Robert Tuck lan who went tofthe meeting uesday said unarmed Korean nd Chinese red soldiers lined the jroad from Panmunjom on the through intense mortar and small eastern fringe of the neutral zone arms fire It kicked an estimated to Kaesong two North Korean battalions off the peak in nearly 3 hours of fierce fighting There was a comparative lull Tuesday around heartbreak ridge twice lost to counterattack ing reds in 14 days of bitter fight ing Grenadetossing communists drove U S troops off the highest peak in the ridge Monday for the second time in 10 days Kaesong The allied motor convoy carry ing service personnel and news men and the liaison officers who landed near Kaesong in helicop ters proceeded past these soldiers to the stormy session Tuctonan said the reds had a new liaison officer at the session He was NorthKorean Col Led Pyong Li The others were Chanf and Chinese red Col Tsal Cheng wan   

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