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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 29, 1951, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowos Doily Newspaper Edited for th MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LVII Associated Presj and United Full Wlrei Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 29 1951 This Paper Consists ot Two One No 305 Peron PlansRough Time for Traitors Buenos Aires Peron announced Saturday the resignation of his minister of the navy This came less than 24 hours after Peron told the nation he had put down a revolt aimed at the assassination of him and his wife Perons press office said Adm Enrique S Garcia had resigned as minister of the navy The brief dispatch from Buenos Airesgave no reason for the resignation There was no indication of whether possible shakeup in the ernment was involved Dis patches from Buenos Aires are subject to censorship Peron told the nation Friday night he planned rough treatment for traitors and unworthy mili tary leaders he accused of plot ting against him and his wife Congress has passed a law or dering execution of armed forces officers whom the state radio says started a civil war Friday It also approved a law allowing the ad ministration to order changes of any kind for military officers both on active service or in retirement The government radio earlier had proclaimed a state of fied martial law Led by Generals Government communiques named two retired generals Ben jamin Menendez and Arturo Raw son as leaders of an officially labeled harebrained revolt The exciting day started with planes flying low over Buenos Aires Friday morning and drop ping leaflets calling for revolu tion It ended with no shootings reported A few fist fights were the only signs of violence in the capital The government radio pro claimed at a m that civil war had broken out Then at p m the radio announced failure of the revolt The announcement of a revolt In Chicago Editor of La Prenza Is Hailed By ALFRED M LANSING Chicago CUR Dr Alberto Gainza Paz editor and publisher of the expropriated Argentine newspaper La Prensa drew an ovation Friday night as the worldwide symbol of a free press when he promised someday to get his newspaper back More than 1100 newspaper ex ecutives labor leaders and rep resentatives of American institu tions cheered and applauded when Dr Gainza expressed his deter mination at a dinner in his honor at the Stevens hotel I cant say how that will come about Dr Gainza said but I have faith in the justice of the Argentine courts and also in the Argentine people Dr Gainza made the remark in reply to a question after his formal address in which he said that the American press reflects came as campaigning got hotter the feelings for democracy of a for the Nov 11 presidential eleci great body of opinion now tion Peron is a candidate for an other 6year term Menendez is said to be under arrest along with a number of army and air force officers But late Friday night the ministers of j the interior and army said there is no information that Rawson is Imolicaied silenced in Argentina He was cheered again when he told a questioner that he was grateful for the generous offers to publish La Prensa in the Unit ed States but he felt that La Prensa is a paper for the Argen tine people and should be pub Helped Peron Rawson was one of the leaders of the 1943 coup that deposed President Ramon Castilo and paved the way for Perons jiseoto power He served as president for two days at that time In 1945 Rawson spent 6 months in prison j on a charge of being involved In a revolt A clear picture of Fridays ex citernent is lacking but the army ministry said military proceedings have started against the men it called leaders of the opposition j A communique said Menendezj led some officers relatives and friends into the cavalry school andj tank regiment in the big Campoi de Mayo military garrison on the outskirts of Buenos Aires The communique said several planes from air force and naval ahforce bases flew over the capital dump lished there Dr Gainza had a relatively light schedule for Saturday He was to be the guest of Dr J Roscoe Miller president of North western university at the North westernColorado football game in suburban Evanston Saturday aft ernoon Climbs on Freight Car in Fall ins leaflets These movements the ministry said were put down quickly and peace has been rej stored throughout the country Fire Claims Lives of 4 Brothers Sisters Grovcton 1ST H early Saturday claimed the lives of young brothers and sisters and their grandmother as they slept in their frame dwelling on the out skirts of town A coroners report Saturday that Carroll Manly was killed accidentally Friday af ternoon in a railroad switching accident in the Great Western yards in Mason City Dr Ralph E Smiley Cerro Gordo county coroner said no in quest was planned He said Mr Kurd was climbing up on a mov ing freight car to set a handbrake when he fell The accident hap pened in the north end of the north yards of the Great Western Mr Kurd was a switching crew foreman Mr Kurd Is survived by his wife Dorothy 4 children Caro lyn 16 John 7 Clifford 5 and Photo by Sheriffs Office AFTER SIDESWIPE Boster 17 of Mason City was seriously injured Saturday in an accident near Thornton when this car which he was driving careened into another auto driven by his uncle Marions brother Raymond 15 was riding in the other car driven by the uncle Louis Kaduce 24 Thornton Marion received a fractured neck and Raymond a fractured leg and severe lacerations Kaduce was not believed seriously injured Cars Crash 2 Teenage Brothers Hurt Two Mason City teenage broth ers were injured seriously Satur day morning when two cars side swiped on a country road about one and a half miles north of Thornton Marion Boster 17 and his brother Raymond 15 were taken to a Mason City hospital where their condition was called serious Marion received a fractured neck and Raymond a fractured leg and severe lacerations a hospital of ficial said A sheriffs deputy who went to the accident scene said Marion was driving one of the cars Thei other was driven by Louis Kaduce 24 Thornton an uncle of the brothers Kaduce also was hos pitalized but his condition was not believed serious The deputy said Marions car apparently hit a large rock in the road and the auto went out of control as Kaduce was passing him Raymond was riding with Kaduce The Kaduce car was struck in the right rear Both autos careened into ditches on opposite side of the road and rolled over Both The dead were Mrs Nellie NewjSandra 3 He also is survived by ton about 70 Sally Newton 7his parents Mr and Mrs John her sister 5 and their JHurd a brother Wesley all of Manly and a sister Mrs Bessie Cook New Port R I brothers Wayne 9 and Douglas 2 Firemen could not reach the hodies for more than two hoars because of the intensity of the flames Burned seriously were the chil drens father Raymond Newton 42yearold paper mill worker a son Raymond Jr 12 and daughter Rena 16 Police Chief Harlie Nelson said the fire probably was caused by an oil burner explosion rAll About The Weaiher Mason City Cloudy Saturday night and Sunday with occasional light rain Warmer Saturday were in Iran in operating complete The Bride Funeral home Manly is in charge EUROPEANS TOUR IOWA Ames European agri Sees British Interception of Irans Oil Dispute Taken to Security Council By JACK V FOX London quar ers predicted Saturday that Britain will order its warships to intercept any foreign tankers communist or otherwise which load Iranian oil The diplomatic correspondent of he progovernment Daily Mirror said he understood the cabinet plans to order the seizure of any oil found in transit from Abadan on grounds that it is British property The action was foreshadowed in lie labor governments announce ment Friday night that it will take ts worsening oil dispute with Iran to the United Nations security council on Monday The announcement said Britain proposed to take all practicable steps to prevent any attempt by ran to dispose of products from ts southern oil fields to third parties pending action by the se curity council It said Britain regards southern Irans oil products as still the property of the Britishowned AngloIranian Oil company despite he nationalization of the industry by Iran Other developments in the oil dispute included United Nations N Y Joao Carlos Muniz of Brazil president if the security council for October alled an urgent meeting of the 1 nation group for Monday morning at Flushing Meadow to onsider the British appeal U S prepared new compromise proposal for ettlement of the dispute envision ing establishment of a new oil ompany with a neutral director It would replace both the British company and the Iranianestabl lished Iranian National Oil com pany soviet government stayed officially aloof from the Red Radio Insists US Wrecked Truce Talks Plan Landing Force 3rd Big Tax Boost Is Assured Senate Votes New Measure By JOE HALL Washington estimated tax increase of between 55450 O00000 and 3rd tax boost since the start of the Korean is virtually as sured for Americans within a few weeks The senate Friday night com pleted action on its version of the 1951 general revenueboosting measure Final passage was by a 57 to 19 vote after 9 days of stormy sometimes bitter debate Tofte Calls Generals Popular Fighting Team Propaganda Blast at Bradley The team of Generals Ridgway and Van Fleet in charge of United Nations operations in Korea is a fighting team particularly well fitted for its job and immensely popular with all its associates from privates to generals That opinion was confirmed Saturday by a Mason Cityan who has been part of the Korean effort practically since it started Hans V Tofte president of the KliptoLoose Leaf company just back from Korea by way of Eu rope reports back to Washington but hopes to be home for a two week vacation in midOctober and to be relieved of duty by Christ mas Built Firepower The terrific artillery firepowerboundary between NorthKorea built up in Korea in recent snd Manchuria andto bomb com Allies Train 5 More Divisions By WILLIAM JORDEST Tokyo China tonight asserted the United States has wrecked the Kaesong truce talks and is preparingamphibious land ings on both coasts of North Ko rea A Peiping broadcast monitored here said the Americans plan to jdrive red forces to the Yalu river The senate bill carries 000000 less estimated revenue than the measure passed by the house h June Conferees from the two branches will get together next week to try to work out a com promise figure aiitps were badly wrecked The accident happened about 9 a m the deputysaid The brothers are the sons of Mrj and MrsAlbert A Boster 19211F Around S6 Billion One senate conferee predicted Saturday the final result would be closer to the senate version than that of the house probably around 56000000000 The final total is certain to be iarJess thanUhe 41p000OOOvQQp which PresidentTruman saidwaS necessary to balance the budgetln view of heavy defense spending A group of administration sena tors fought hard on the floor to try to raise the revenue figure nearer the level asked by Mr Tru HANS V TOFTE 000 a year by levying a 12i per cent additional tax on everyone Both measures would raise ex cise or sales levies on many things the average person buys These in clude automobiles trucks gaso line cigarets liquor beer wine a long list of appliances such as dishwashers and clothes driers and fountain uens and mechanics pencils The consumer gets a few breaks inthenew excise rate schedules months is to a large degree a re sult of the background and ideas vhich Ridgway and Van Fleet hare Tofte noted The consej quence has been a line of steel across Korea with mobile units in reserve to bolster that line where it is hit by a large force of com munists The two generals have frequent y stated their belief that the line can be held against full scale com munist attack Their subordinates are just as confident the Mason Cityan confirmed Tofte has flown upwards of 100000 miles in the last 14 months since he left Mason City just after outbreak of the Korean war munist bases in northeast China Generals Confer The propaganda blast came just hours after Gen Omar N Jradley arrived to confer with jnited Nations Commander Gen Matthew B Ridgway Bradley is chairman of the II S joint cMpfs if staff A Leadquarters state ment said he and Ridgway dis cussed military matters of mutual interest i Presumably then talks covered he course of action to be taken by United Nations forces if the stalled truce talks break down al together The tax on electricity bills would or me war be eliminated as would levies onjHe was back in Washington and baby powder andlotioss City for comerences and Some Reductions wauld be a reduction in the federal take1 on telegraph messages and1 cameras and films The admissions tax no longer would apply to symphony concert and opera tickets WJw GtJCVVVA WJ J4 w j man They also sought to knock Corporations would have to pay out what Ly called loopholes andfefh Pcent top tax under transact personal business in Oc tober and November for two weeks and in March and Aprfl for i Peiping did not mention Ridg ways proposal madeThursday that talks be shifted from Kae songj of the no mansland vffiagVbf Songhyon 6 miles southeast of there Grover S W Telephone Strike Well Observe Des Monies A strike by employes of the Central Iowa Tele phone company is being tlpretty well observed in the 35 North Iowa and 6 southern Minnesota towns involved a spokesman for inequities in the bilL But Chairman George DGa of the finance committee and his associates remained in almost com plete command As passed by the senate the tax hike would be the second largest n the nations history In Septem berr 1950 3 months after toe shooting began in Korea a 000000 general tax the C I O weeks 55 Hour Trip While stationedin Tokyo made frequent trips to Korea al ways a round trip of some 1000 miles His trip home by way of j The broadcast said indrder to conquer the whole Koreathe Americans have de jjglcided to train 5 more divisions drive the Korean and forces to the Yalu river and bomb communist bases in o knocked out of increase in excess profits voted by the house Voting for the senate bill on final messages were 3S democrats and 19 republicans Five democrats and 14 republicans opposed it The democrats who said no included Senators Humthrey ID Douglas DHL and Leh to t largest ever to become DLib N Y who led the Communications Wprkers of America C W A 3 this year said here Saturday enacted A 83900000000 excess profits tax bill was made law Jan John Risser C I OC W A representative for Iowa said here that approximately 260 nonsuper visory employes were asked to leave their jobs at 2 p m Friday after wage negotiations between the union and company broke down at Cedar Rapids Risser said reports on effective Some Softer The senate bill would raise per sonal income taxes by around effective Nov 1 It would do this by levying an addii tional 11 per cent tax on the tax each individual now pays except that those in brackets above 550 increase the revenue able andinflationary more money to spend that it should make up the deficit by cutting spending The veteran George lost only one major fight on the bill That came Friday when the senate voted 52 to 22 to eliminate a 10 Tofte met 3 former Mason Cityans while in Tokyo Lt Frank Jeffries tvith the medical corps of the 1st cavalry on the front lines Lt James Morse executive officer on a mine off said the commanders of iithe two national guard divisions inow training in 40tb of California and the 45th of Oklahoma recently visited Korea for a firsthand survey An Adventure The broadcast said the divi sions were heinggroomed for the coast of Korea and Capt Steve tae adventuroustendinE Early former recruiting officer The 40th here and now operating military wMch recently imdertook large durbs JkohamaJ t scale Lt Jeffries called on Toite inn0w is starting anothertraining Most republicans who voted January and June when in Japan project Part of the IT S 45th against the bill said they did not on rotation Lt Morse spent vision and paratrooo units inJa toivrgive the aojmnistrationjweekends with Tofte while his i money to spend in port at the Yokosuka naval basel Both looked Tofte up because they knew he was in Tokyo with Capt Early dispute but reports have reachedness of the strike are incomplete treatment the soviet capital from abroad thatjbecause telephone service the Russians are negotiating with Iran to buy oil or offering to assist 000 would get somewhat softer percent manufacturersexcisetax 1 Proposed to Jon washing machines and vacuum pan are undergouig training also Peiping spoke new tf S fighter and bomber wings which it said had been recently f erred to Japan IL was purely by chance he said He and new additions to stopped at the White Ensign club onthe ocean beach at Yokohama DAYLIGHT SAVING ENDS New York saving time ends Sunday for some 65 culturists will be in Iowa nextjOOOOOO Americans Eastern Stand week to observe livestock and ard Time officially goes into effect livestock practices lat 3 a m daylight time Big Increase Set for Marine Corps Washington defense night low Saturday night 57 department announced Saturday High Sunday 70 Iowa Mostly cloudy and warmer Saturday night with scattered showers over western and cen tral portions Low Saturday night 5060 Sunday scattered showers and mild High 7075 Further outlook Partly cloudy Monday and Tuesday with showers on Tuesday Not much change in temperature GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Saturday Maximum 56 Minimum 34 At 8 a m 44 YEAR AGO Maximum 62 Minimum 52 la total of 55900 draftees will be called in November and Decem ber It also disclosed that expan sion of the marine corps beyond its present twodivision level al ready is under way Assistant Secretary of Defense Anna Rosenberg said that a re cent increase in the planned strength of the marine corps made it necessary to increase the No vember induction to 39000 from the previously announced 33700 Of the total requested from se lective service 29000 will be as signed to the army and 10000 to the marine corps an increase of 5300 for the marines The announcement said that 16900 will be inducted during De cember with 9900 assigned to the marines and 7000 to the army With the upward adjustment for November the two months draft will bring to 434680 the number of men taken in since selective service resumed calls Admiral W i 1 li a m Fechteler some of the places is prettyjpersonal income taxes S2854000house bill sketchy He said the union isnt using pickets but that union mem bers are parking their cars near exchanges and orally urging em ployes to observe the strike where necessary He said supervisors and their wives are attempting to pro vide service Most of the towns involved have manually operated switchboards Risser said Among points affected are Tama Toledo Eldora Manj Chester Emmetsburg Forest City and Marengo Manchester is among points with dial equipment Corn Elected APME President San Francisco F Corn managing editor of the despite a bloodshot eye and swol Washington Evening Star wasjien lips Neal Wishes Them Happiness Barbara Franchot Stay in Minnesota Cloquet Minn Starj About a score of newsmen and let Barbara Paytbn and Actor photographers delayed the wed Franchot Tone still bearing meding some 20 minutes with ques mentos of a fist fight over her tions and flashing cameras Out were married Friday night andjside the white frame house where told newsmen they would honeyProbate Judge Ed J Johnson read won the first of their two pay er Capt Early are you doing here he inquired Tin the manager of this club answered Capt Early As a con sequence of the meeting Tofte in civilian status with the war de partment became a member of all the military clubs in the area Sports Bulletin BEATS BRAVES New York Giants forces in Korean waters One was identified as the II S aircraft car rier Essex The Essex has been in action for some time Since the American wrecking of the Kaesong negotiations their aggressive land forces in Korea and the marines of their puppet presumably South Korea have been intensifying their probing operations in the Chinampo area along the west coast of and in the vicinity of Wonsan on the east coast Preparation Seen facts show that fee American aggressors are in the course of preparing numerous ad ventures in Korea fe jpeated American provocations moon in quiet northern Minne sota I never felt better in my life the 46 year old Tone remarked elected president of the Associated Press Managing Editors associa tion Friday He succeeds L R Blanchsrd the Hechester Democrat and Chronicle the service 200 or more curiosity seekers mostly teenagers clam ored for a look at the couple The wedding was performed be top level plans premeditated Bradley Ridgway and State De partment Adviser Charles Bohlen Tom Neal Miss Paytons unL Murel and Faye Redfield jorie Melby and Capt Robert successful suitor but idomg said in Hollywood I wsh t d d j T every happiness As far as my with Vred oinstrioe Army Will Try New Experimental Coat chief of naval operations indicated that a combat team of marines which now exists in addition to two divisions probably will be ex panded to a full division The combat strength of a marine divi sion is approximately 22000 Present total strength of the marine corps is about 200000 the majority being assigned outside the two big combat outfits Of the existing marine divisions one is in Korea and the other iniuniform will be tried on troops in every happiness plans are concerned marriage is the farthest thing from my mind There are so many beautiful women in the world and so little time Tone said he had decided not to prosecute Neal for the beating Washington The famousihe dished out to Tone in Miss Eisenhower jacket may bejPaytons yard Sept 14 dropped from the present army The ceremony Friday night was off games with the Braves in the National league pennant race 30 Saturday That gave them DodgerPhils game Saturday jyrere scheduled in the after night Single runs in the second j Bohlen is the state departments 5th and 9th innings save Sam ip authority on Russia Diplo sources made it clear he uniform jbrief and simple but hardly free the United States The army said Friday a newjof the public gaze the two hoped greenishgray experimental winter to escape when they left Holly wood for this community of only Ithe Washington area this winter 7663 suit with a red Miss Pay ton a navy blue taffeta dress Miss Payton who gave her age as 23 was first married to William Hodge Lubbock Texas but the wedding was annulled About year later in 1945 she married John Payton Burlington Iowa auto salesman at Odessa Texas where her parents now live Her divorce became final Sept 13 the day before the ToneNeal ruckus She had a son John 4 by Pay ton Tone has been married times his 23rd victors SAME was here to work with Bradley and Ridgway He flew here Friday with Bradley While the highlysecret talks went on UN officials stood by at Munsan Korea They awaited a red reply to Ridgways proposal Warplanes Strike at 1000 Vehicles U S 8th Army Headquarters Korea warplanes Sat i urday roared through dark Ko srean skies in predawn attacks oa 4 FINAL FINAL 4 FINAL FINAL Iowa Kansas State Ohio State 5MU i Michigan Mich State Notre Darne Indiana FINAL   

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