Mason City Globe Gazette, September 27, 1951

Mason City Globe Gazette

September 27, 1951

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 27, 1951, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TMI NIWSPAPER THAT MAKES A L U NORTH IOWANS N E I G H I 0 R S HOME EDITION VCMU LVJUt Associated Fieu and United full fire Cents a Copy CITY IOWA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1951 This Paper Consists of Two One Boyle Denies He Acted Improperly Washington M Boyle Jr acknowledged Thursday that he accepted 8 law cases involving govern ment with fees estimated at while serving as acting of the democratic national committee From the witness chair of a sen ate investigations subcommittee Boyle heatedly disputed howev er suggestions by republican sen ators that it was improper for him to do this He said he was a practicing lawyer at that time and had a No S03 Report British Might Land Troops Fear Military Crisis in Iran perfect right to represent any cli ent before any government agen cy or in any court I never asked a favor from a government agency in my life Boyle declared Prior to 1949 The cases in question were prior to August 1949 when Boyle for mer Kansas City lawyer formally became the democratic national chairman i The senators turned to these cases after hammering questions first about Boyles statement that he sold his law practice in 1949 to Max Siskind Washington lawyer for Boyle insisted the sale was en tirely proper and swore he had never used his political power for personal profit Leaning across the table sepa rating them in the crowded hear ing room Senator McClellan D Ark told Boyle nevertheless that the way the law accounts were transferred to Siskind without any formal sales contract implies that there was that you were to the guise of installment payments McClellan said too that it could give rise to the belief that it was an arrangement for Siskind j to do the work and for Boyle as national chairman to get Not at AH Boyle said it wasnt that way at alL Blandly he told the senators at one point that he didnt believe anyhow that government agencies yielded to political influence Senator Mundt RS Dak shook his head at that He said he had got a different idea from the testimony he has heard before congressional committees GirlsParents Support Fired School Teacher Amboy HI W Gibson high school teacher who was fired for dating a senior honor student has the support of the girls parents in his legal battle to regain his job The parents of the girl Joyce Underhile 17 will testify Sat urday at the 3rd session of the public hearing being held by the school board on Gibsons protest against his dismissal Gibson 31 and divorced was dismissed from his teaching post for dating Miss Underhile last spring She was valedictorian of the 1951 graduating class and now is a freshman at the University of Illinois Gibson has testified at the public hearingthat he had from 25 I to 50 dates with Miss Underhile who wears his fraternity pin They are not enraged Gibson said adding we probably wont even know for sure about that for another two or 3 years Miss Underhiles parents Mr and Mrs Elmer Underhile told newsmen Wednesday they approved the dating between thendaugh ter and Gibson We dont believe in choosing friends for our 4 daughters thev id but if we did we couldnt have found anyone better for said Joyce Both said they will testify in Gibsons behalf at Saturdays session Gibson who has been a teacher in English at the Amboy high school since 1947 was dismissed after he refused the school boards request to stop dating Miss Underhile His dismissal is effective Nov 2 Townspeople at Wednesdays hearing hooted and jeered when board members and the schools dean of girls testified they did not approve of Gibson dating student Miss Clara Klapprodt the dean of girls a spinster and teacher 30 years said that most of the faculty members agreed with board that dating a studentis not proper conduct for a teacher Amboy a community of about 2000 population is 100 Truman Asks Record of Total Incomes Would Spotlight Federal Fees Washington IP P resident Truman asked congress Thursday to require its members and all top government officials including generals admirals and judges to give a public accounting each year of their total income U S Slashed by New Strikes By UNITED PRESS Strikes of more than 70000 workers in aircraft atomic energy manufacturing and transportation Thursday cut into the nations de fense and domestic production U S Editors Foresee Top Spot for Taft San Francisco 8 Americas top editors predict President Tru man and Senator Taft will be nominated for the presidency next and that Truman will be reelected Further they say General irnvprn t u chooses to run on either ticket ir M4 Delegates to the annual meeting to head off additional strikes of the Associated Press Managing which could idle more than douJEditors association voted 115 to North Iowa Air Defense Zone Set Up Curbs on Flying Begin Sunday Des Moines Aero aautics Commission Director Nor bert Locke said Thursday an air defense zone has been set up in North Iowa That means planes flying in the zone beginning Sunday will be subject to defense regulations if they fly more than 4000 feel above the ground Civil defense officials have saic that Iowa lies on the transpolar route between the United States and Russia Need Flight Plan Planes flying in the area at a height of more than 4000 feet must file a flight plan with a civil aeronautics communication sta tion or an airport control tower Locke said The CAA communica tion stations are located at Des Moines Iowa City Mason City Burlington Sioux City and Ot airnwa Planes flying at less than 4000 feet in the zone will not be re quired to file flight plans Locke said the zone would ex pend from California Iowa on the IowaNebraska border in Harrison county to South Amana and then northeastward to Guttenberg on the eastern Iowa border Planes flying in the area Locke said would be picked up on a radar scanning screen and if not previously identified would be subject to interception by air force planes Irom a fighterinterceotor wing Such a wing is expected to be established at Sioux City soon under terms of a military con struction billin congress Radar at Waverly A radar scanning screen is lo cated near Waverly Locke said SOOTH KOREA AP WirepUoto WHERE WANTS PEACE TALKS No mans land near Songhyon pointer ias been proposed by Gen Matthew EidgTvay as the site for renewal of truce talks It is located 6 miles southeast of Kaesong where UN and communist officers niet until JbrbKen off Aug 23 On the fighting front communist and allied infantry were battling for the 16th day for the peaks of heartbreak ridge Truman Message Is Rushed Russians Have Treaty to Help London will stand firm in Iran in the hope that Tehran will bowto President Trumans request to cancel an order expelling British tech nicians from the Abadan refinery informed sources said Thursday The British cabinet was report ed to have reached this decision after Prime Minister Attlee re eived a personal message from President Truman urging caution in the potentially explosive Iran ian situation With the crisis over Irans oil nationalization boiling to ominous proportions the U S president appealed to the Iranian govern ment to back down on its ulti matum and told both Britain and Iran the U S is ready to help them to find a peaceful set tlement These developments came as Irans frail aged premier madea street speech in wildly shouting Reds May Force Truce Talk Break ble this number Nearly 160000 auto 70000 at Chrysler 21000 atBriggs 40000 at FOrd 14000 at Stude bafcer 8000 at Hudson and 4000 at brief layoffs to keep the motor industry within government quotas and because of materials shortages and planned nventories The largest strike in the nation ivas the 8weekold 22000 men at the walkout of Caterpillar ractor company in Peoria 111 The strikers members of the United Auto Workers union Mr Truman said legislationjsought a 19cent hourly wage in nnP that linp hpln 7 that Truman will be the demo cratic standard bearer The 7 votes went to Chief Justice Fred Failure to observe the regula tions Locke said would make the pilots liable to civil penalties with fines of up to 810000 and one year prison terms and further ac tion at the discretion of the air force They voted 91 to 32 that Tru man could beat they gave a 75 te 41 margin for the GOJ nomination over Eisen hower If General MacArthur should be the republican choice the editors predicted 79 to 31 that Truman could defeat him The editors balloted 105 to 13 that Eisenhower could whip Tru along that line would help prevent improper conduct and un founded suspicions In a lengthy message sent to the capitol in the midst of a senate inquiry into charges of political influence in government loans the president said In operations as large as those of our government today with so much depending on official action in the congress and in the execu tive agencies there are bound to be attempts by private citizens or special interests groups to gain their ends by illegal or improper means Mr Truman said he would fa vor including the principle that national party officials and em ployes be among those persons The company countered with an offer for 10 cents Federal mediators reported that negotia tions failed to budge either side Production of the worlds most powerful jet plane engine the1 Sapphire J65 was halted at the Spencer Minister Heads Lutheran Editors Philadelphia Eev J M Jensen of Spencer Iowa has been elected president of the Na hrrn 7 WU CiCt ICU CiiUCJU L Ul UIC it H huge Wright Aeronautical Corps tional Lutheran Editors and Man at Woodndge and Garfieldjagers association KTT J n J Minnesota Newsman Replaces Youngdahl St news dealer from northern Minnesota was scheduled to replace bluff handsome Gov Luther W Young dahl as chief executive of the state Thursday Youngdahl a republican planned to hand in his resignation shortly before 11 a m to become federal district judge for the District of Columbia a post to which he had been nominated by a demo crat Lt Gov C Elmer Anderson a and newspaper distribu r AP Qniar Bradley chairman of the joint chiefs of staff left and Japan Wed nesdaynight to surrey all aspects of the situation with Gen Matthew Bidgway United Nations commander By DONHUTH Tokyo Gen Matthew B Ridgways public informa jtion office said Thursday night the reds may be trying to force the United Nations to break off Korean ceasefire talks out of sheer frustration and futility The statement was issued a few hours after the su preme allied commander made a proposal designed to get the suspended talks restarted Ridgway suggested a newj conference site in I land where delegates could plane was damaged but returned safely to base The far east air forces reported this 3day battle score Reds losses shot two probably destroyed 19 dam aged U S jet destroyed one Australian jet damaged tut returned to base Red artillery and mortar fire still fell on the positions of Ameri can and French soldiers of the IT S 23rd infantry regiment north o YanggiL The red barrage one of the heaviest of the Korean cam paign kept the UN infantryaway irorn the strategic high ground on he northsouth ridge line Sporadic Ted fire hit allied posi tions atop a vital peak west of heartbreak fesUme discussions of item two oj the of a military suffer zone The headquarters release took communist liaison officersto task for refusing to discuss anything but a time and date for a new meeting Reds Responsible of this is obvious the statement said The reds at the present time are re sponsible for the calling off of the truce talks Such a turn of tor from Brainerd Minn was not help their so be inaugurated as governor Chief called peace which has Justice Charles Loring of the Min 9806 UAWj AIr jensen s edjtor Of the state supreme court was to going on for many months now Six thousand white collar and gar construction cross picket workers lines set refused to up by the publication quired to file annual statements The presidents own party chair man William M Boyle Jr was strikers Both company and union officials said the strike was 100 per cent effective The union asked a 10cent an hour wage boost and welfare benefits atomic energy w shut workers of the United Evangelical an church He was chosen for the association presidency at tha bodys 39th annual convention Wednesday the states Consequently if the talks are I resumed on their terms the corn threatened down affecting 11000 All About rMU MOOUl The Weather before the senates investigating strike was not known subcommittee at the moment Specifically the president rec ommended to congress the prompt enactment of a Which will require all fulltime civilian presidential ap pointees including members of the federal bench all elected offi cers of the federal government in cluding members of the congress and all other top officials and em ployes of the 3 branches of the those receiving salaries of or more plus flag and general officers of the armed file annually a after operatingengineers walkedJMason City Diminishing winds off their jobs The reason for the Nights Too Long Jail Fugitive Makes Escape Hole Too Small Tuscaloosa Ala R Holloway serving two years on moonshining charges might be out of jail Thursday if he had not been too eager Holloway chipped a hole in the wall of his cell He tore his blank ct into strips and lowered a statement of their total incomes makeshift rope to the ground be including amounts over and above their government salaries and the sources of this outside income German War Bride Gets Long Letter Lakeland Fla German war bride took a long time read ing the anniversary letter from her husband in Korea The epistle from Arnold L Arnctt an MP with the 7th Infantry division to the wife he first met in Knrlsrughe Germany was 56 feet long low Then he started sliding through the hole feet first The first the jailer knew of this was a scream from Holloway The hole was too small and Hoiloway was stuck Sports Bulletin BRAVES BEAT DODGERS Boston The Boston Braves defeated the Brooklyn Dociscrs 43 here Thursday As a result the idle New York Giants pulled to within one half irame of the leaguelead ing Dodgers clearing skies and colder Thursday night with freezing temperatures Low Thursday night 27 to 30 Friday fair con tinued cool with high 58 Iowa Winds diminishing rapidly Thursday night Fair and much cooler Thursday night withj frost or freezing temperatures Low Thursday night 25 to 30 Friday fair and a little warmer in afternoon high 60 to 65 Light northeast winds Friday Further outlook Increasing cloudiness and warmer Satur day showers probably begin ning in extreme west during the day and spreading over the state Saturday night and Sun day No freezing temperatures Saturday morning Minnesota Clearing and cooler Thursday night with frost or freezing temperatures Friday fair warmer in afternoon Low Thursday night 24 to 28 High Friday 50 north 60 south GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Thursday Maximum 73 Minimum 37 Al 8 n m 41 Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum trace 49 munists may Tae planning to force on the delegates the endless ques tions of neutrality and violations and all other peripheral matters that have nothing to do with a ceasefire itself In such a manner they may hope to bringthe UN command delegates to the point where they would break off the talks out of the sheer frustration and futility of not being able to get down to the substantive items of the agenda It is fairly obvious the release said that the most logical pro posal to put an end to the difficul ties surrounding the Kaesong sitei were put forth in a suggestion to Wind Rain Lash Midwest By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wind and rain storms lashed wide areas of the midwest Thurs day as the coldest weather of the autumn season spread across the area from Canada Strong winds and tornadoes swept across the midwest Wed nesday and 8 persons were killed and several injured Twisters which hit rural areas in central Wisconsin killed 7 per sons and one woman was killed in a tornado which skipped across the communists by General Ridg ay when he stressed the itIey men change in ence site itself The resumption of talks cannot proceed without more adequate safeguards than have been offered at Kaesong to date Village Site i The site Ridgway proposed is turned their motorboat The intense storm that whip ped across the Dakotas through Minnesota and across the north ern Great Lakes region Wednes day was north of Lake Superior Thursday Light rain mixed with snow fell in the Lake Superior near the Songhyon 6 region and over most of Minne sota Showers were reported from Lake Erie southwestward to east ern Oklahoma miles southeast of Kaesong Ridgwaj said the new should troops site be kept free of armed He also suggested that delegates resume discussion on the location of a military buffer zone across the Korea peninsula This was the subject that tied up the truce talks for weeks before the reds broke them off Aug23 Iran before a crpwdO whose members cried death threats for Britons The British government has been considering sending troops to Abadan to protect the Britonsand the British position The sources did not say whether the Britishcabinet has down to try to hold Abadan force if Tehran refuses to cancel the edict The decision to stand pat suggests that Britain will make at least one more effort to negotiate an agreement with Iran Intervention If Iran rejects the app President Truman ib cancel thi expulsion order Britain probably then must consider whether force will be used despite IT S advice against this Moscow dispatches said the Soviet Union was watching the ranian developments closely The Russians have a treaty with Iran wovidlug for soviet intervention in the case of foreigninvasion With Irans forces in Khiizistan arovince site of theAbadan re finery placed on an alert rumors that the British might land forces brought nationalisttempers in Tehran to a fever pitch Premier Mohammed Mossadegh barred from speaking in the inaj lis parliament for lack of a quorum mounted a chair in front of the building and addressed a wildly shouting crowd of his fanatic followers declaring his government would not stop its struggle to recover the rights of the Iranian people Mossadegh was the architect of Irans pro gram which nationalized the Brit ish governmentcontrolled Anglo Iranian Oil company 3Honr Meeting With the 317remaining British technicians at the great Abadan refinery given until Thursdav to get out Britain appealed to the president ofthe United States Wednesday night for help Pres ident Trumans reply came Thurs day and was rushed to 10 Down ing street where Attlee was meet ing with his cabinet on the del icate issue of whether to send British troops to protect its oil men in Iran The cabinet meeting lasted Storm warnings were posted on about 3 hours There was no of all the Great Lakes Temperatures dropped into the 20s in Montana east of the con tinental divide Thursday They were below freezing in parts of Wyoming the Dakotas and Minne Ificial announcement on what de cision was reached Some sources hinted that the cabinet might meet again before finally reach ing a decision The allied commander told the winds were reported top red commanders that the Dakotas the upper Miss could be resumed immediately if JissiPPi valley and most of the they agreed There was no quick reaction from red officials A communist Great Lakes region The rest of the country re AP Wircphoto THE MAN AT THE grimness that is Korea is shown in the face of this GI as he moves through the grass during operation cleaver It was a UN advance to test red strength in the old iron triangle on the cen tral front In one hand the wary soldier carries his gun while an unlighted cigaret dangles from the other Gre luuiKiro iiuiii me uiuci j j aAUfc nadcs and a bandolier of ammunition hang over shoulder Sne fuld correspondent predicted thev would reject the proposals FighterBombers Blast Red Posts UN Command Korea Navy and air force fighterbomb ers Thursday smashed home sav iage attacks on communist artillery dug in on the rugged mountain slopes of eastern Korea Thirtytwo F51 Mustangs and 24 navy Corsairs dropped napalm firebombs and high explosives on red artillery and mortar posi tions in the heartbreak ridge area Communist fire slacked off at once In the 3rd straight day of aerial dogfights 34 F86 Sabre jets tangled with 50 Russiantype MIG continued hot in most of the south The mercury climbed above 100 in seme Texas areas Thursday with readings of 102 at Abilene and Big Spring setting records for the date The days top at Great Falls Mont was 35 Small Towns WarnedAbout New Industry By DICK HABELV GlobeGazette Staff Member lOWAJf Chicago of HEADS FOREMEX L communi ties seeking new industries wera Arduser he elected president of the National Association of Foremen SAME cae m tneir towns and cities This warning was made at a meeting of the MidContinent De velopment council which is hold ing a 3day conference here There are 66 delegates registered representing most of the Mid continent states and two Canadian provinces The largest delegation is from Mason City which has 5 delegates at the conference While speakers agreed generally that industry wanted to expand to smaller communities the conscn sus was that communities which are anxious for new industries to ;