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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 28, 1951, Mason City, Iowa                                North IowaY Doily Newspaper Edited for M CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSFAMft THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LVII Aifodatcd Preu mid United Freu full Ltaw Fivt Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 28 1951 Thto Paper of Two No 3M Bradley Arrives to Map Strategy If Truce Fails ByDONHUTH Tokyo tf Gen Omar Bradley arrived Friday night possibly to map strategy if the Korean Jruce talks collapse completely and fullscale fighting erupts Bradleys plane arrived at nearby Haneda airport at a in C S T The chairman of the U S joint chiefs of staff was accompanied by Charles Bohlen state department expert on Russia 5 The defensedepartment in Washington said Bradley would survey allaspects of the situation with Gen Mat C L O A J Attacks Launched supreme allied Ridgway Thursday suggested a twitch in the truce talk siteiin an effortto revive the stalled armis tice talks Peiping radio treated Ridgways proposal with rough language In a broadcast Thursday night as Bradleys plane was winging the last few miles to Tokyo it accused Ridgway of carrying out orders from Washington to use the changeofconference site ques tion to block the resumption of truce talks No Answer The Chinese and North Koreans have not answered Ridgways sug gestion Thursday for getting the bogged down parley going again He wanted the conference site switched from Kaesong behind red lines to the Songhyon area in nomans land The village is 6 miles southeast of Kaesong Observers said this could be Ridgways last compromise propo reds broke off armistice The talks Aug 23 They accused the UN of violating the neutrality ot Kaesong The charge was denied Underscoring the pessimism were UN pilot reports of masses of enemy trucks moving toward the battle front and a flareup of red infantry attacks all alongthe bat tle line Ridgways headquarters in an unofficial release echoed the futil ity of the last 6 weeks of bickering and note exchanges The reds lie release accused sought resumption of the armis tice parley on their own terms or a complete breakdown out of sheer frustration There was little hope that tne communists would accept the latest UN command suggestion Want Kaeson Communist newsmen told allied correspondents Thursday at Pan munjom where an official copy ol the message was delivered to a j liaison team that the reds still as the meeting By JOHN RANDOLPH U S 8th Army Headquarters Korea forces launched a series of sharp at tacks Thursday night at widely scattered points across 50 miles of the Korean battle front Behind the lines they rolled a mass of men and supplies toward the front along all the major northsouth roads across the waist of the Korean peninsula They took advantage of a moonless night But allied planes converged on arteries and the U S 5th air force said its pilots destroyed 508 commu nist vehicles and damaged a record The old mark was 964 set Wednesay The roving airmen attacked more than 1700 trucks from dusk Thursday to dawn Friday the 5th air force said v The communist forces threw their sharpest attacks in the Yon ebon and Chorwon sectors near western Koreas iron triangle and in the eastcentral area at heart break ridge and the punchbowl heights The redj lobbed artillery and mortar shells throughout Thurs dug in just below the crest of heartbreak a mill mass north of Yanggu Other red troops American and South attacked Korean reo want Kaesong PlThese red newsmen often reKoreaJ or troops holding a hill west of the ridge They had captured it only Tuesday The fight raged on into the morning It appeared that the reds were trying to cut off advance allied units bothin the east and west Thirtyfive American Sabre jets fleet the official thinking of the communist high command headed bv North Korean Premier Kim II Sung and Chinese Gen Peng Teh URed Chinas officia Peiping radio quoted a dispatch from North Korea If Ridgway is allowed to have his way the resumption of the Korean peace talks will be side tracked into discussions of condi tions such as the question DJ a new site and as many other im possible demands as Ridgway wishes to bring out to blocK the resumption of the armisUce talks Sen McCarthy a Deceiver Benton swept MIG alley in northwest 30 minutes Friday morning but failed to raise com munist jets U S Thunderjets struck key rail centers between Kunu and Sinanju F80 Shooting Star jets shot up rail yards along the Sin anjuPyongyang line AP Wirephoto NAMED TO COUNCIL OF members of the British royal family left to right Queen Elizabeth Princess Margaret Princess Elizabeth and the princess royal sister of King George VI Thursday were named to a 5member council of state to act for the monarch during his recovery from a lung operation Barbara Franchot Will Wed Friday AP Wlrephoto APPOINTED The duke of day night at allied infantrymen brother of King Georye VI Thursday was one of 5 members of the royal family appointed to a conncE of stale to act for the monarch King Spends Good Night London George spent another comfortable night and maintained steady progress a medical bulletin said Friday It was the second optimistic bulletin in a row from the doctors who handled the kings critical lung operation Sunday The bulletin the 9th since the operation said By CARL H ADAM Cloquct Minn UR Blond Actress Barbara Fayton and Ac tor Franchot Tone announced Fri day they will be married Fridayj night at her old family home here at 7 p m CST The announcement came shortly after she met Tone at the Duluth Municipal airport after he spent the night and morning flying halfway across the continent to meet her She had come to her home in Cloquet earlier in the week HurryTip Barbara who several times has announced plans for marrying Tone and at other times plans for marrying Actor Tom Neal said the wedding would be a hurryup private affair It wplbe held in the home she lived in as a girl on Chestnut street Her two spinster Murel and Faye Redfielc live in the home The motoring Jhere from Duluth where Barbara mei Tone drove to the county seat oi Carlton and obtained a waiver oi the 5day waiting period required for marriages in Minnesota Then they went to the county clerks of fice and got a wedding license The waiver was granted to them by Judge Edward J Johnson be cause Barbara is due to leave on a publicity tour with her new pic ture shortly Tone said details havent been completed yet He said he and Barbara hadnt been sure they could get a waiver Barbara had toid newsmen the other day she expected to see Tone very soon At the time they asked her if he would come to Cloquet for a wedding She just smiled and flashed her eyes at the time Asked if that smile had fortable night and steady progress Barring unforseen tions the king is now nearly out of danger some medical special is making complica ists indicated Friday A number United Press that she and Tone Soys Washington Senator Ben ton DConn Friday accused Senator McCarthy RWis of perjury and deception of the American people in pressing his communists ingovernment charges Benton made the accusation un der oath at a public hearing on his resolution looking toward the pos sibility of ousting McCarthy from the senate He said his testimony would help a senate rules subcommittee decide whether McCarthy has committed perjury and whether he has practiced calculated deceit on both the U S senate and the American people The Connecticut senator called the attention of the subcommittee to 10 case studies of persons attacked by McCarthy on loyalty grounds He declared All these 10 cases fit into my general charges against Senator McCarthy of perjury and decep tion of the senate and through his role as a senator deception of the American people Gives Wife a Choice Race Track Is Winner Detroit L De Le Mcrcs 17year marriage was end ed Friday after he testified that when he told his wife its cither me or the horses she donned her hat and track headed for the race of Buckingham palace actions tend toback up their belief According to one source in Har ley street of doctor worst of King recovery period should ibe over within 24 hours Agents Raid Two County Night Spots State agents and the sheriffs ro Gordo county night spots Thursday night seizing several bottles of whisky and a number of halfempty drink glasses County Attorney James Brown said the raids were made after two state agents succeeded ini making buys at the Cerro Gor do Bakery and Grocery 1623 N Federal and Club 18 on high way 18 west of Mason City The raids were the second and 3rd carried out in less than two weeks I First night club raided day was the bakery tne raid comThursday in connection with a mg at Brown said t h crash ast Nov 2 on agents purchased two pints ofhighway 9 in worth county whisKy before the raid Several Th jt m d Cerro bottles of whisky also w e r e Gordo countv distrkt court fa seized he said v v The king has had another she was to marry him she jsaid Railroad Sued in Auto TrainCrackup The Chicago and North Western A preliminary information charging Steve Potiriades with il legal sale of liquor was filed in police court Friday in connection with the raid at the bakery Po tiriades allegedly sold the whisky to the agents Police Judge B R Dunn set a preliminary hearing in the case for a m Monday The bakery is owned by Andrew Sidcris who was in bed at the time of the raid the sheriffs of fice reported The sheriffs office and the agents then struck at Club 18 at 11 p m Buys were made be fore the raid Brown said and a partly filled bottle of whisky was seized Brown filed an information with Judge Dunn charging Theo dore Rumelicte with illegal sale of liquor His preliminary hear ing also was set for a m Monday On Sept 15 the sheriffs office raided the Ritz club on Clear Lakes south shore The propri etor Dean Gilles has been bound over to the October term of the grand jury on n charge of illegal ward B Klein Worth county Klein claimed that the loco motive failed to sound a whistle or show lights when it backed across the highway at 6 p m He said the train was being operated by T G Engebretson and Elmer W Prochaska who were named as codefendants Klein listed damage to his auto of hospital and doctor bills future hospital bills pain and suffering future pain and suffering per manent injuries and loss of earning capacity possession of liquor SAME flat Irnlflo death past 24 hours Meaningful Thats exactly what that smile meant While Barbara was telling the would be married Tone was eat ing a breakfast of fried eggs and sausage in the restaurant at Wold Chamberlain airfield in Minne apolis where he was waiting for a plane to Duluth Bumming a smoke from news men he said Barbara told me the newsmen in this area were a lot different from those in California I see what she means They were very bad to her out there They de liSerately and systematically mis represented her character and they did it just to sell papers Shes Beef Prices Going Up by Monday Better Grades in Steep Rise By JACK fcUTLEDGE Washington IP Housewives will begin paying an average of to 2 cents a pound more for beef next Monday The office of price stabilization announced late Thursday new ceilings which boosted the prices of some cuts and lowered others but on the average resulted in slight overall increase OPS ordered that the new price be posted so customers can see them easily Prices Listed This is what will happen to thi betterknown beef products cheaper grade containing up to 25 per cent fa will go up about a penny a pound The better grade lean grounc containing up to 12 per cent will increase 2 to 5 cents a pound Hound steak and chuck these most popular selling Argentine Radio Claims Rebellion Civil War Crushed Buenos Aires Argentina state radio announced rebellion and civil war broke ut in Argentina Friday and was swiftly crushed with its leaders in flight A few hours after the reported surrender of the rebels President Juan D Peron appeared on the balcony of the presidential palace A multitude of workers ordered io he square by the governmentcontrolled labor confederation cheered his appearance A group of bad Argentinians dishonored the uniform of the fatherland Peron told he crowd But most of our leaders and officials wear this uniform with honor Peron declared that there were many honorable soldiers who knew their duty to Ar gentina He said the revolu ion was the work of ah in ignificant minority but the great majority of the armed forces sup Orted the government Call for Gallows To the scaffold yelled many in the crowd Peronsaid officers responsible or the rising would face the pen alty of the law which would be nexorable Previously the state radio had threatened death to any military man joining the re By state account the uprising asted only a few hours Shortly after announcing the outbreak of civil war the radio said the revolt leaded by former Gen Arthuro lawson and former Gen Benja min Menendez was crushed com pletely and both had fled It said the big air base at El alomar on the outskirts of Suenos Aires and the big army jarrison at Campo Mayo also on he capitals outskirts were recap will go up 2 to 8 cents a pound depending on grade Porterhouse steaks prime sir and other higher priced cuts which have not been selling as well will drop from 4 10 8 cents a pound Rib 15 cents a pound Brisket or stewing as much as 20 cents a pound on choice cuts OPS said the choice grades which account for 35 per cent of all beef sold to consumers prob ably will not average more than a penny a pound increase Sharpest increases apply to utility grade cuts used in processing sausage smoked and cured meat which account for 10 per cent of sales I OPS said ured indicating that rebel forces lad held these important points Army CommanderinChief Angel Solari went to Campo Mayo and lad thesituation under control he broadcast added Under Arrest Monitors of the Argentine ra dio at Montevideo Uruguay said t reported that Alfredo Palacios socialist leader and candidate for Argentine president was under arrest This broadcast said the leaders of the revolt fled in tanks army die not The government radio pro claiming a state of internal war1 and a state of siege ideutifiet Rawson and Menendez as ring leaders of the uprising and threat ened execution for any military men joining1 them Rawson was leader of a 1943 rebellion which placed him in the presidency just two days An Argentine radio broadcas heard at Santiago Chile said th revolt started among cavalry units JOAN PERON EVA FERON Late Garden Vegetables Corn Hurt By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Mason City Newsmen at Ames Session A delegation of Mason newsmen were attending the Iowa Corn and late garden vegetablesiRgdio newsmens first seminar on were damaged by frost over north central areas Friday as an early autumnseason cold snap spread atomic energy Friday at Iowa State college Ames Included in the group TV ere H at Campo Mayo It said 4 or 5 City and 32 at Des Homes over the northern twothirds of Ohrt H B country D 4 IM i Dick ArnoW of radio not available immediately KGLO and Dave Bryant of the It was below freezing overGlobeGazette staff night in parts of Iowa However The seminar is held in connec more than 60 per cent of the Iowa ton CQIiveaUon of corn crop was reported safe from Iowa Radio News association frost damage The is of whlch Kew B president Docto3 Sdoarles EL Prfley Iowa State col Iege president and Kew welcomed the newsmen from throughout the cold It was 31 above at Mason armored units were able to leave Campo Mayo along with a number of cavalrymen but the units were Artillery Fire The state radio said artillery went into action against the El Palomar air base before the rebels surrendered there v It added that the skies were now under the control of the loyal am orces Five armored vehicles and some cavalrymen were able to eave Campo Mayo before loyal commanders retook control the broadcast said The state radio announced that here would be an air demonstra ion of loyalty to Peron No sooner lad the announcement been made nan 8 jet planes streaked over Jie center of Buenos Aires a very talented and promising actress Barbara is due to go on tour with her new picture soon and Tone was asked whether he would accompany her You know that tour is quite a strain and Im even out here against the doctors orders he said He said the only thing he had to go back to California for was to see his doctors While photographers were snap ping his picture someone said Get his good side Tone said I dont think Ive got a good side any more His face still showed effects of the beating he took from Neal in Barbaras front yard several weeks ago North Iowa Soldiers Aboard Returning Ship Seattle Wash lowans are aboard a navy trans port scheduled to dock here Friday with a total of 1208 army combat rotation troops from the far east Arrival of the vessel will bring to 40317 the total number of vet erans to return to the United States through the Seattle port of embarkation Censorship prevents naming the ship until it docks The North lowans aboard in clude Sgt Richard R Hansen Plymouth Sgt Francis W Pattee 548 East Stale St Mason City Zones Vary Actual prices over the country will vary in the 25 zones into which the country has been split for pricing purposes as they do now because of differences in transportation arid other costs However the changes are the same in all zones and will range from an increase of 29 cents a pound on some cuts to a drop of 20 cents on others For the first time dollar and cents ceilings are set on prime grades which formerly sold at choice grade ceilings This means the better grade will go up about 4 cents a pound more than under the previous choice ceiling The new ceilings were ordered to permit wholesalers to pass on to consumers recent hikes in their own ceilings Those wholesale ceilings in turn were boosted to let the packers make up losses on tallow and hides which had sagged in price OPS Director Michael V DiSalle promised that his agencys drive for enforcement of beef controls jwill continue until the industry is convinced we mean business DiSalle told nexvsmen in Chi cago that the drive already has turned up 254 violations of control regulations and has confirmed that many established packers and fly by night engaged in ille gal practices The American Meat Institute denied his statement The army meanwhile was hav ing meat trouble It said it had been forced to turn down meat offers from Brazil and Uruguay because both failed to meet ac ceptable U S grading standards Filipino Communist Slain by Government Manila Capa docia the communist huks No 2 leader was killed Friday by Phil ippine troops on Panay island The government had offered a reward for him The national defense depart ment said an armytask force led by Col Alfredo M Ramos battled Capadocias Hufc band in San Remigio township About The Weather Temperatures also were below freezingin the Dakotas and parts of Minnesota and Nebraska About Q 82 per cent of the com crop in Minnesota is fully matured or dented with 18 per cent in the soft dough stage and subject to serious damage No killing frost was reported in Wisconsin Illinois or Indiana night A meeting of the Iowa Associated Press broadcast ers is planned Saturday afternoon at the conclusion of the twoday program Senate Balks at Restoring Extra Taxes Washington de cisive votes Friday the senate rer fused to restore an estimated 3720000000 a year in new cor poration tax revenue to the sen ates huge tax bill By a vote of 62 to 20 it rejected an amendment to boost excess profits taxes on corporation annually A short time earlier Senator OMahoney DWyo lost his at tempt to eliminate from the bill a series of sections intended to corporations additional re lief from excess profits taxes Mason City Fair Friday night and Saturday becoming partly cloudy Saturday night Slowly rising temperatures Low Fri day night 35 to 38 High Satur day 65 Iowa Fair and not quite so cool Friday night with low 35 to 40 Saturday increasing cloudiness and warmer followed by rain southwest portion in afternoon or night High Saturday 65 to 70 Winds Saturday southerly 2025 MJPH west 1520 MPH east Further outlook Rain indicated for Saturday night and Sunday Clearing Monday Little change in temperature and not so cool Friday night Saturday increas ing cloudiness and warmer fol lowed by showers at night Low Friday night 32 to 38 High Sat urday 60 to 65 Mon Wallgren Resigns Post Washington C Wall gren former governor of Wash ington resigned Friday as chair Iman of the federal power commis sion President Truman accepted the resignation effective Oct 1 with what he said was genuine regret Wallgrens resignation had been expected for some time It has been generally reported that he is considering returning to his home to decide whether to run for office again state at the opening session F Keith Glennan atomic en ergy commissioner Washington Farm Youth Killed While Filling Silo service were incomplete Fridayfor Eu gene Steiger 21 who Tvas acci dentally killed Thursday while allmg a silo at the Ray Pleckner farm south of Staeyville The men were taking down a 3lower to put it on rollers when the blower tipped and Jell crush ing the young mans head He was Mercy hos pital at Mason City where he died at 10 p m Stager had beenemployed at the Robert Pleckner farm for the past two 5 ears Robert is a brother C Ray and lives nearby He was a son of Fred Steiger who lives oa a farm north of Stacyville His mother died several jears ago Besides his father he leaves a brother Alfred on the home farm and two sisters Mrs Fred Brown of Rose Creek and Mrs Irving Mauer of Stacyyffle He had lived in thiscommunity all his life and attended Visitation high school and church The Hatten funeral home is in charge GIVEN 10 YEARS Cherokee Lusby 34 Fort Dodge has been sentenced to up to 10 years in the state peni tentiary on conviction of forging a check for S3470 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Friday Maximum Minimum At 8 a m YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 50 30 34 70 45 Rodman Man Fined for Pheasant Emmeisburs John son conservation officer for Em mett and Palo Alto counties said Clarence Perkins of Rodman was fined and costs in justice court here Thursday for having one pheasant in his possession during closed season and and costs for having a loaded and as sembled gun on the highway Sports Bulletin ALLIE REYNOLDS HUKLS SECOND NOHITTER New York Rey nolds pitched Ills second nohit frame of the season Friday as the New York Yankees clinched a tie for the American league pennant by beating the Boston Red Sox 80 in the first jtame of a donbleheader The Yanks would clinch the championship by winning the second frame Reynolds became the first pitcher in American league his tory to hurl two nohit in one season   

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