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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 2, 1951, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspoper for M CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NIWSFAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHIORS HOME EDITION VOL LVU Auoclatcd Picra and United rull LMM Cento a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY OCTOBER 2 1851 Thli Paper Consiits of Two No M7 Bradley Sees Successful Fight If Talks Collapse 675 DONORS TO FILL This bottle now empty will appear each day in the Globe Gazette to snow the progress of the blood donor campaign When the 675 donors have been pro cured the bottle will be filled and Cerro Gordo county will be ready for the coming of the bloodmobile unit on Oct 1618 Progress in the signing of pledge cards will be shown from day to day Recruiters will aim to con tact everyone in the county but volunteers need not wait for that They may call the Red Cross office phone 1321 and an appointment card will be mailed to them See story and picture on page 20 GOP Sees Gabrielson Staying On ByREXCHANEY Washington CUR Republican National Chairman Guy George Gabrielson appeared certain Tues day of riding out the storm that has developed in congress over his business dealings with therecon struction finance corporation Even though some GOP sen ators and congressmen have manded his resignation for his ac tivities in behalf of Carthage Hy drocol Inc of which he is presi dent Gabrielson got a unanimous vote of confidence Monday from the republicans national executive committee This in effect Gabrielsons hand for his appear ance before senate investigators Thursday He will tell the senators then about his negotiations before the RFC in behalf of Carthage Hy drocol which was successful in getting an loan No Sign of Break in Phone Strike No Sign From Communist Leaders for New Parley By DON HUTH Tokyo Omar Bradley said Tuesday UN forces in Korea are strong enough to keep anyone from running over us and if truce talks collapse completely fight the war to a successful military conclusion I dont think the communists can hurt us Bradley said in Korea after a twoday of the front The chairman of the U S join chiefs of staff made it clear th UN is ready to resume armistic negotiations anywhere that pro vide equal rights to both sides in Kaesong No Hopeful Signs However there was no sign from red commanders that they were willing to meet eitiier at a nomansland site proposed bj the UN or to completely change conditions in Kaesong to providi equal rights to the allies Bradley flew back to Tokyo amid reports that he will cut short his visit This may indicate that th purpose of his flying trip from Washington has been accomplish ed That purpose has never been announced although it has been the subject of much speculation Bradleys Korean tour was marked by confident hardtalk ing statements from American generals who accompanied him and from Bradley himself Bradley did not rule out the pos sibility that disrupted truce talks might be resumed in Kaesong Before flying back to Tokyo wit Gen Matthew B Ridgway top UN commander Bradley said It all depends on the circum stances Weve suggested a place with equal rights So far wehave lad no reply No Answer For 6 days the allies have been waiting for top red commanders o answer suggestion that talks be resumed in no mansland Eidgway proposed a meeting in he vicinity of Songhyon 6 miles southeast of Kaesong where the reds broke off talks 41 days ago So far the communists have made no official comment on the uggestion Bradley has said he does not feel vaesong can supply equal rights o Both negotiating parties Red troops exclusively police that zone In Korean news conferences Sradley said if truce parleys col apse completely the UN forces are capable of fighting the Korean var ia a successful military con clusion He paid unstinting praise to the U S 8th army including its at tached units from other United Nations Everywhere I have been indi ates high morale and training Sradley said The team work be rween the various services has een tops The supply system is in ine shaoe and I dont think it can e improved We are getting a lot of ammu nition up to the front and shoot ing a lot And thats how we save allied lives Asked if the UN has enough men to carry out its objectives in Ko rea Bradley replied We have enough men to keep Sabres Bag 6 Red Jet Planes By JOHN RANDOLPH U S 8th Army Headquarters Korea Sabre jets shot down 6 red jets and damaged two in fierce air battles over northwest Korea Tuesday A total of 193 planes were in volved in the two deadly fights The ran the jet warfare total to 106 red planes reported destroyed It equaled the record for the number of communist planes reported shot down in a single day The 5th air force said one of the damaged Russian type MIG 15s probably was destroyed It reported all allied planes re turned safely On the ground fierce fighting reds recaptured a hill on the eastern front and for the 3rd suc cessive day stalled an allied attack in the west Two hundred Korean reds drove South Koreans from a height the allies captured Monday east of leartbreafc ridge hot spot of the eastern front The hill has changed hands 3 times in 5 days In the west a grenadehurling battalion of Chinese halted every allied attack on a narrow bridge near Chorwon Reds laid a continuous mortar and artillery barrage on the Jnited Nations troops Fire from allied guns tanks and planes was so heavy a pall of smoke hid Chi nese positions The jet battles swirled from 30 00 feet down to treetop levels The destroyed toll matched thai reported Dec 22 The days first battle was fought ust before noon between 45 MIGS and 36 American F86 Sabre jets flying interference for a rail utting mission over MIG alley Two rednosed communist jets sent spiraling down in lames Five hours later 32 Sabres took i 80 MIGS in the same area GlobeGazette photo by Musser BIRTHDAY MARKS MILITARY Gen Hanford MacNider celebrated Ms 62nd birthday back at his desk as president and general manager of the Northwestern StatesPortland Cement company Tuesday after he and Mrs MacNider had spent the past week at Hill Mass welcoming the arrival of a new grandson The new arrival son of Sir and Mrs Jack MacNider has been named Charles Hanford thus receiving the initials of his great grandfather The 62nd birthday of the general was of more than usual importance marking asit does his retirement from the army an action which is mandatory for an officer of his age The story of his retirement was carried over the Associated Tuesday to all sections of the country reviewing his extraordinary career as a soldier and as a civilian It is just 37 years ago that Gen MacNider was introducedto the life of a soldier About anyone from running over us I Des Moines UR Supervisors manned switchboards of the Cen tral Iowa Telephone company in think they can hurt us At Planeside Most of the generals remarks 41 North Iowa and southern MinWere made in a planeside inter nesota communities Tuesday with no sign of a break in a 4day strike of about 260 union workers The union said John Kisser in ternational representative of the CWA in Iowa was meeting Tues day with strikers at Emmetsburg About 18 operators were off the job there and the switchboards were being run by Manchester Branch Manager R A Mclntoshj and nonstriking toll operators from his office The Manchester exchange was operating with a short staff but a dial system was in effect there and the shortage was not felt as much as at Emmetsburg Mclntosh said Emmetsburg hast a manual ex change Swea City Feels Effect of Strike Swea the first time this town is experiencing thedirect effects of a strike All operators in Swea City with the exception of Chief Operator Ann Walters walked out last Fri day The chief operator remains at the board where only emergency calls are being answered The operators sit in a car in front of the telephone office doing picket duty They are members of the C W A Communications Workers of America which is af filiated with the CIO The union has for about 6 months been negotiating with the Central Iowa Telephone company on a wage contract Irene Watkins it stewardess for the Swea City telephone employes who fed they underpaid view before Bradley and Ridg way flew back to Tokyo During his Korean trip Brad ley visited the U S 3rd division and other frontline units Then he flew with Ridgway to Pusan temporary South Korean capital the two generals talked with U S Ambassador John Muccio They did not call at the residence of South Korean President Syngman Rhee A high source in Tokyo indi cated Bradley may cut short his tour There was a possibility that his party might leave Wednesday for Washington When Bradley came to Japan Friday he said he planned to re main 10 days or two weeks He was accompanied by U S state department consultant Charles Bohlen to survey the Korean war and truce talks sstuation After a 25minute fight the Sabre ilots reported they destroyed 4 ed craft probably shot down an ther and damaged one more In the first fight Americas top ce still in combat made one of the kills It was the 3rd jet for CoL Francis S Gabreski of Oil City Pa He was credited with 31 German planes in World war II Report King George Makes Steady Progress London Georges doctors reported Tuesday the mon arch continues to make steady progress and had another good night Their morning medical bulletin No 13 since a surgeon cut away all or part of Georges lung 10 days ago said The king has had a good night and his general condition this morning is satisfactory Mason City Increasing cloudiness Tuesday night with to 60 Brief rain showers late Tues day night continuing into Wed nesday Wednesday mostly cloudy continued mild and high near 80 Iowa Partly cloudy continued warm Tuesday night and Wed nesday with isolated showers Low Tuesday night 60 to 65 High Wednesday SO to 85 Winds Wednesday remaining southerly 1525 MJPHFurther outlook Partly cloudy Thurs day and Friday with some scat tered showers likely Thursday night or early Friday No de cided change in temperature ex cept a little cooler Wednesday night Iowa 5day outlook Temperatures will average 4 to 8 degrees normal Normal high 68 north 72 south Normal low 44 north 48 south Above normal temperatures until turning cool er over the weekend1 Rainfall will average onefourthto one half inch as scattered showers Wednesday and intermittently from Friday through the week end Minnesota Mostly cloudy Tuesday night and Wednesday with scattered showers Tuesday night and in east Wednesday Not much change in temperature Dense fog north and central por tions early Wednesday Low Tuesday night 45 to 50 extreme north near 60 extreme south GlobeGazette weather data up o 8 a m Tuesday Iran Outmaneuvers British in Oil Fight Debate Is Put Off No More Cadillacs for Kenneth Allen FBI Puts Last Member of Kitts Gang Behind Bars By JACK ADAMS Washington fP The federa bureau of investigation said lues day 4 arrests in the last 10 day put behind bars the last members jt a gang allegedly responsible fo iooting midwest banks of This the FBI said was the Kitts jang with headquarters at Oma na Nebr The bureau described it members as rough tough am brazen and its leader as Kenneth Allen Kitts 34yearold native o Kansas City Kans with a pen chant for expensive cars and clothing Kitts was arrested near Fayette ville Term the FBI said after a jreak ffom state custody a Omaha Hie federal agents saidKitts rought 14 Cadillacs and Chryslers for his own use in one 18month eriod He is a rabid football fan hey said and sometimes char ered planes to fly to far of games They said he looks and dresses like a prosperous young msinessman but that when 20 PBI men closed in on him at a avern he was in a bartenders apron 3 More Within 5 days after Kitts was arrested the FBI said the FH licked up the final 3 of his al eged associates They werenamed as Toney Joe Biase arrested a Omaha Frank James Ellsworth near Tuscaloosa Ala and Charles Calvin Robinson at Torrington all under indictment fo banit burglaries According to the FBI Kitts an Ellsworth combined a trip to th Rose Bowl game of 1948 with shoplifting andburglary tour in California The bureau said the las from a headquarter n Omaha since 1945 It is blamed or a wave of bank robberies which has victimized institutions Liquor Group to Curb Runners Des Moines to curb liquor runners were taken Tues day by the Iowa liquor control commission The commission reported at its Iowa Nebraska and South Da weekly meeting that it will seek to trace outofstate liquor seized in Iowa tavern raids and to have enforcement agencies file illegal transportation charges The question arose in a letter from an Iowa liquor store man ager to the commission calling attention to the seizure of some Illinois liquor in a raid on an owa tavern The manager said that he had leard that Iowa taverns could juy Illinois liquor at considerably ess than the Iowa price Such iquor apparently would be avail able to Iowa bars from runners who had obtained theliquor at wholesale prices outside Iowa The liquor control commissions recent action hi prohibiting liquor store sales which might be used or illegal resale at taverns and bars has led liquorbythedrink spots to look elsewhere for a sup ply Maximum Minimum At 8 a m 82 60 63 Iowa Draft to Take WO More Next Month Des Moines 100 more men than previously thought will have to go into the military service from Iowa in November The state selective service head quarters said Monday the national selective service has upped the call for next month from 33700 to 39000 in order to make more men available for the marines Iowa previously had been asked or about 1000 men in November Now it will take about 1100 to fill the stales quota National selective service also announced Saturday it will need 16900 men in December Iowas share of that will be about 500 iicn Blond Huntress Fights Hand to Hand Battle With Deer Denver Colo UPJ stately blond nursed a painfully bruised thigh aftermath of a handtohand battle with a wild eyed 200pound buck deer Miss Maxine Bloomquist of Englewood Colo said the bellig erent buck attacked the she was fishing in a stream near Estes Park Colo Sunday afternoon I was wearing heavy fishing boots and carrying my fishing equipment she said when sud denly I looked up and saw this deer Unlike most deer the animal did not flee Instead it walked toward her It was then she said that she became suspicious That changed to alarm when he put down his head and ap proached within reach I put out my hand and pushed him in the face Shoo 1 said The buck stepped back a few paces and stared at her she said I turned my back and just then he attacked from the rear Ive got a big bruise on my thigh where he hit me The attack knocked her to the ground she said and she lay there with the buck standing over her snorting I reached up and grabbed him by the antlers she said I busted the tip off one Miss Bloomquist said she then twisted the animals ear and he took not very far That gave me a chance to make for the car on the other side of the creek she said That darned deer followed me over and stood just outside the door shaking his head I hit him on the head with several rocks but he still wouldnt leave Finally though he just walked off and stood looking at me Tales of deer attacking humans are common among woodsmen particularly during the mating When Chairrnan Harold E Wolfe of the liquor commission ead the letter A A Coburn aised the question as to whether oressure on distillers could be used to prevent sale of liquor to ie brought into Ipxva There was ome doubt however as to whether the distillers had that kind of control of their whole sale and retail outlets Other members of the commis sion suggested that the number ing of bottles might make it pos sible to determine where bottle came from Wolfe said he and Coburn will see R W Nebergallj chief of the state bureau of criminal invesiij gation to ask his aid in obtain ing the seal numbers on bottles of outofstate liquor and to ob tain information which might lead back to the man who brought the liquor into Iowa kota for the last 3 years The FBI said 9 separate forays against banks involving S100OOC in loot have been traced to the group Itsother alleged depreda tions range from cartheft to shop lifting Kitts is already under a 30 year federal sentence for burglary of the Laurens State bank Laurens Iowa on Nov 31950 and multiple additional charges are pending In he owes the state of Nebraska most of a 12 year sen tence for attempted burglary of the South Omaha Eagles club in 1947 Kitis was doingthe state time last month when he was brought to the Omaha courthouse to testify at a hearing Momentarily un handcuffed in the mens restroonij tie fled the building got the re maining handcuff off by beating it against a railroad track and the FBI said started a series of carthefts in nearby Council Bluffs Iowa Transferred j After his arrest at Fayettevilie AP Wirephoto CITY MANAGER OFFERS TO RESIGN F Roan above city manager of Iowa City offered his resignation to the city council City police were sent to the Amvets club where he had several drinks The city council refused his resignation after Roan ex plained he had gone to the club to investigate reports of liiuor being sold to minors Sports Bulletin DODGERS LEAD 50 New York Brook lyn Dodgers with Rob inson in the startingrole had a 5 to 0 lead over the New York Giants with two men out in the 6th inning of their second play off ame for the National league pennant Tuesday when the fame was held up because of rain SUED FOR DIVORCE Sydney Australia Stanley H Langdon sued for di vorce Tuesday She said her hus Dand sjprinkled fish hooks in her ederal custody awaiting trials asquale Joseph Belcastro serving 0 years in the federal correctional nstitution at Milan Mich An ihony John Prochelo serving 5 in the same prison Yancy DouglasHardy serving 20 years Leavenworth and Rex Alcana aker doingtime in the Arkansas tate penitentiary at Gould Ark The midwest bank burglaries larged to the gang include the addition to the he was transferred to the federal Dak in First National bank orison at Petersburg Va for safe keeping There has been discussion here of putting him in Alcairaz to serve the 30 year federal sen tence The 6 others who havs operated with the Kitts crowd according to FBI records areOrville A Rapue and Charles Claire Taylor both in mont S Dak Hospers Savings TBI said in Laurens job Hurley State bank Hurley S Selby S Dak in 1949 and in 1950 Southern Hills bank Edge bank GranviHe Iowa Citizens State bank WebbIowa Farmers State bank Kaylor S Dak First National bank Springview Nebr and First National bank Garret son S Dak Mass Production Foils Check Forger Columbia S Car man was arrested Monday for making an purchase with a forged check He bought a checkwriting machine season when the bucks battle for WhU death IB the custody of females 1 t hours AP Wlrephoto ROAD car hit this 30pound boulder on a Washington highway and the boulder freakishly bounded into the air It came down as Leman Johnson Wenatchee drove the results shown Johnson and his wife suffered only slight cuts from fly ing glass The other car had only a flat tire But Jebbs Attack Is Blistering 10Day Delay Agreed Upon Tehran Iran govern ment spokesman slid Tuesday the Soviet Union has promised to do everything possible speed up sugar and other sup plies desperately needed by Iran to replace stocks normally sup plied by Britain MAX HARRELSONV United Nations N T tppeared Tuesday to have out naneuvered Britain by getting the JN security council to agree to a 10day postponement of the Brit ishIranian oil debate While Britains Sir Gladwyn febb delivered a blistering attack Monday on Iran and called for ur gent action to protect stake in the rich Iranian oil in dustry Ambassador Ali Gholi Ardalan Irans permanent UN delegate sat quietly at the coun cils big horseshoe table in the Flushing Meadow meeting hall No Tower Then he announced he had no power to take part in the debate and said his government would need 10 days to get a highrank ing representative here irom Tehran to present its case Jebb protested but there was no way of getting around the delay Jt is traditional in the UN that a gov ernment must have time to get Its chosen representative to New York In Tehran Deputy Premier Sussein Fatemi said Premier Mo iammed Mossadegh would leave for New York in a few days to present Irans case to the council md Foreign Minister Bagher Cazemi would be acting premier while the aged nationalist leader is away Faterni said Monday night Iran still insists the last British tech nicians be out of the Abadan re finery center by Thursday Thursday Deadline Thursday is the deadlineset by ran for the final withdrawal of the 350 British technicians re maining there Meanwhile Jebb informed the ouncil of Britains decisions to ull British personnel out Wednes ay because of intolerable condi ons of life This fact Jebb said not etract in the slightestfrom the urgency of the coun cil ought to indicate to the Iranian overnment that It should not pro ved in this arbitrary mariner and that its latest arbitrary action tould therefore be rescinded be ore the ultimatum By agreeing to the 10day de ay the council accepted the fact lat nothing could be done in time o head off the expulsion of the ritish personnel The delay also made it extremely unlikely that council would approve a ritish resolution calling on Iran permit the British technicians remain at Abadan Jebb opened the debate Monday fter Russias Semyon K Tsarap kin was defeated 9 to 2 in aneffort o toss the whole BritishIranian dispute out of the councfl Only Yugoslavia voted with Russia against airing the dispute Tsar apkin argued the question was an internal matter not within the UNs jurisdiction 3YearOld Phones for Help tor His Injured Grandmother Germautown Y Grannys hurt the babyish voice cried into the telephone Mrs Warren Leipshutz tele phone operator tried to learn who was calling This is Johnnyboy he replied The operator knew the call was from a North Germantown phone on a line with 10 others She sum moned Dr Hugh G Henry of Ger mantown While the doctor toured the area the operator used her phone The cluespointed to the home of Mrs John Reese Dr Henry found Mrs Reese un conscious on the floor She had suffered a broken arm and leg and a hip injury apparently in a fall doxvn stairs Mrs Reese was taken to a hos pital where her husband also is a patient Their grandson 34yearold Johnny Rector was the voice ca the phone   

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