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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 11, 1951, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited lot to M CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NIWSPAPIR THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS HIICHIORJ HOME EDITION voLxvm UniM PrM Full LMM Wlrw Onto COPT MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY OCTO0EK 11 1951 at Two KtB Inq Lay New uiry in Tax Expose See Violations in Frisco Boston 1 BT B L LIVINGSTONE Wtehbifftmt inves were busy laying th groundwork Thursday for an air Ing of reported irregularities in the Boston and San Francisco tax collectors offices ChairmanJBong of ways i and means subcommitte al d hearings would start next Tuesdayon the Boston office Boston Collector Denis W De liney was fired by Presiden Trumanand later indicted by a iederalgrand jury Thereafter although no dat has been set the committee plan toswing its sights to San Fran tdsco where Collector James G Smythe and 8 other top distric revenue employes have been sus pended Boston and SanFrancisco fol low St Louis in the committee inquiryinto reports of widespread maladministration in the nations taxcollection agency Investigating lawmakers had personal assurance of Secre tary of the Treasury Snyder tha welcbmed investigation o tny derelictions 1 In most instances the commit tees probe was running jointly with investigations by Snydert own revenue intelligence agents Snyder also agreed to the com mittees suggestion it seemed IadvisableV for internal revenue employes to file periodic persona financial statements to help re store public in the bureau fSnyder agreed to have all tax employes fillout questionnaires listing their total that of their what ever source Snyder told the committee Wednesday he thought a tax col lectors job was a fulltime one and that there should be no out connections There are some very fine out standing men in the Snyder declared Cuts Down Instructors Iowa City to a small er enrollment the State University of Iowa has eliminated 26 fulltime and 123 pafttime academic ap pointments with the 195051 school year President Virgil MHancher said Thursday Current enrollment at S U L is 7362 compared with 9125 last fall and a record fall enrollment of 10886 in 1948 The decline which is common to nearly all higher educational institutions is caused chiefly by tapering off of the GI education program and by mQir tary and defense factors AP Query Dr Hancher in response to an Associated Press inquiry said while there has been reduction in S U Is academiej staff additional appointlrnents have been necessary incertain areas of instruction This is particularly true in the college of medicine in which the university has increased the num ber of students in order to complj with the mandate of the 53rd gen eral assembly said This year for example there are 34 more medical students than we had las year Dr Hancher also said that in GlobeGazette photos by Uusser RECORD ATTENDANCE record attendance for a single attraction at Roose velt fieldhouse was set Wednesday afternoon and evening when Gene Autry Ameri favorite cowboy gave two shows under the auspices of the Winhebago Council of the Boy Scouts of America This picture shows some of the afternoon crowd See Headway in Reopening Truce Talks By ROBERT B TUCKMAN TO TOUCH LITTLE Mds were right down front for the Gene show with the hope of getting a chance to touch the nose of Little Champ dur ing the performance of this fabulous cowboys horses And some got their chance a thrill to remember the rest of their lives flremendous in 7 Two Shows at Reldhouse some fields such as public health it is exceedingly difficult to find qualified professors The S F L president in re sponse to a question about admin istration of the draft deferment program for qualified students said that the draft boards of Iowa appear to understand its purposes Occasionally he said there are cases in which a local draft board has felt it necessary to give less weight to the qualification examinations than have other boards Of course the local boards are in a difficult position View In the long view he said the role of the university must be that of leadership in the develop ment of our human resources to limits of its capacity whether its capacity is to be applied to wag Ing war or building peace War hot or cold does no more than impair and delay the realiza tion of the real human goals for which American universities strive as the elimination of war itself he said Dr Hancher stressed that edu cational opportunity must be pro vided lor all qualified young peo pie because unless we strive to train all who are capable we waste our greatest source for win ning wars or assuring peace i By CARL WRIGHT Gene Autry his famed horse Champion and Little Champ and lis entire troupe of performers nduding the inimitable Smiley Jurnette visited Mason City set a record for oosevelt fieldhouse filling it to 36 doors afternoon and evening As Srniley cracked I thought ie fieldhouse was some kind of orn crib but were sure filling with corn tonight Crowds were already waiting to et in when the afternoon show ras out Between and p m there was a traffic jam deluxe around the fieldhouse As soon as the doors were penedfor the night performance iefieldhouse began to fill and tactically every seat was taken efore 8 p m onehalf hour be ore show time Powerful Pnll The drawing power of this fab ulous cowboy is tremendous Born to the saddle an authentic son of the cow country of Oklahoma he fires the imagination of youth and grownups alike for he can actually do the things he is de picted as doing At the topmost rung of the lad der of success he has the same friendly warm genuine person ality he showed thatiright 25 years ago when the late Will Rogers walked into a whistle stop on the Frisco railroad to send a telegram and found Gene strum ming a guitar and singing a song of thewest And Wednesday night under the spotlight at Roosevelt fieldhouse Autry sang some of those same songs which have become folk songs of America Back in Saddle In his medley of songs he in cluded Back In the Saddle Again South of the Border You Are My Sunshine Ru dolph the Rednosed Reindeer and others And when Autry rode his be loved horse Champion his pal in song and story of the saga of the west the youngsters who made up more than half the rowd at each showing were in theheights of ecstasy But this original singing cow joy had one more trick in the bog tor the climax of his show Little Shamp did tricks too When Little hamp tickled the belly of old 2hamp the fieldhouse has never heard anything like the squeals of youngsters Want to Touch Youngsters even crowded to the stage to get to touch Little Champs nose Theres nothing juite like a cowboy and his horse to the youngster of 8 Next to Autry the small fry liked Smiley the old frog next best With his imitations of Hies outboard motors auto races anc airplanes Smiley outdid himself at being one of the kids With the Cass County Boys and the audience joining in he also sang Home Town and My L a z y Day to tremendous ap plause No Turning Dial try is on program and the kids are listening But there were many other high spots on the program that held the attention of everyone The colorful band of Jemez In headed by the famous Chief Tony White Cloud was one They performed the savage In dian dances of the Pueblo tribe with astounding success includ ing the famous Buffalo dance Eagle dance Horse Tail dance War dance and the Indian Hoop Toft Will Run li Convinced of Party Heed Washington Senator Tafi of Ohio who says he will seek the republican presidential nomination only if he is convinced the party wants him had the word of two close associates Thursday that i does After receiving their rsport on These were some of the high a national survey Taft said he spots of Autrys show which will study the data and make a lasted two hours and a half some decision in reasonable time but of the reasons parents do not not this week Most politicians be dare turn radio dial when he wffl actively seek the nomination which eluded twice before Word that the senator is the overwhelming and obvious choice for the G O P nomination nexl year was brought to Taft by David Ingalls and Ben Tate Both are strong Talt backers Ingalls is the senators cousin and a former assistant secretary of the navy Tate was treasurer of Tafts campaign for reelection tothe senate last fall la a statement issued after their meeting with Taft they said they can givehim def inite assurance that i under his leadership the republican party can look forward to an over whelming victory and return to power at the polls in November Indirectly the pair criticized Soy Thomas OE Dewey of New York the G O P nominee in 1944 and 1948 They said party eaders in many areas feel that republicans were lukewarm and ndifferent because they did not the candidate supported forcibly the principles of republi canism Ingalls and Tate did not men ion the other man most frequently mentioned as a possible G O P lominee Gen Dwight D Eisen hower dance Costumes The brilliance of this groups native costumes was a rshow in itself There were the Tour Strongs outstanding trick ropers jugglers and whip crackers And there was a dog that joined in to catch the fancy of the crowd The clowning of Pat Buttrazn and Johnny Bond the Cass County Boys and Carl Cotner and his band k and of course Frankie Marvin of Autrys weekly Melody Ranch radio show were also warmly received The Cass County Boys scored heavily in their version of the western picture show Which Way Did They Go Pardner An acrobatic twosome the Knight Sisters held the stage with a novelty number and Diane Richards Hollywood singer was a bright spot in the show Another Appearance Throughout the entire perform ance it was Autry whp held the crowd in another of his personal appearances of which he has made more than 5000 It is estimated he has played 7860 benefit performances and jias visited about 13000 hospitals in his effort to bring cheer He visited the IOOF homes in Mason City and many other places Autry is a legendary figure as llamorous as the great vest from which he sprang Americas fa vorite cowboy That is why he packed the ficldhouse twice Wcd icsday and did it in less than 4 iiours time Brooklyn Mother Saves 4 Children Gives Own Life New York by one a Brooklyn mother dropped 4 of her children 3 stories into a blanket icld by neighbors Tuesday as fire destroyed their apartment build ng Then she collapsed and died in the flames before help could reach her Mrs Irma Randall 35yearold shouted to passersby when he discovered the fire Then she calmly tossed out the blanket fol owed by the children aged 18 months to 8 years United Na tions and communist liaison offi cers met twice Thursday and the reds reported they made headway toward reopening truce talks They scheduled another session lor 7 p m Thursday The fact that another meeting was scheduled was interpreted a meaning the liaison officers faile to reach final agreement on re sumption of negotiations whicl the reds broke off Aug 23 Both United Nations commanc and red sources announced the 3rd session Report Progress The report of progress cami from red sources at Pamnunjom communist check point when liaison officers are holding their meetings Communist newsmen said the red liaison staff reported the two teams agreed on most technica arrangements for a meeting o armistice negotiators near Pan munjom Liaison officers apparently stil had to settle on a neutrality agree ment for the Panmunjom site The1 communists have insisted that the truce negotiators them selves should decide on the boundaries of the neutral area and the conditions for jointly en forcing it Want Xarte Zone The TIN command takes the stand that liaison officers shoulc draft the neutrality agreement and the truce envoys ratify it Communists want a large neu tral zone reaching from the olc site at Kaesong to Munsan head quarters of the allied truce team The UN wants the zone to cover only the immediate area which lies between Kaesong and Mim san The two sessions of liaison offi cers Thursday lasted 3 hours am 15 minutes Meetings were helc in a large tent erected by the com munists across the highway from 4 thatched roof houses that make up Panmunjom The sessions apparently wer held in much the sams atmospher of cordiality that marked Wednes days meeting Iowa Bank Epworth A lone gunman who was waiting inside the insti tution at opening time robbed th Epworth Savings Bank about 15 miles from Dubuque of more than 510000 in cash Thursday and es caped by car after imprisoning thi cashier in the vault The bandit apparently alone last was seen driving west on high way 20 in a twodoor black 195 Pontiac sedan The state high way patrol peace officers th FBI and the state bureau of in vestigation all werev working on the case Authorities said the bandit op erated with a professional touch and presumably was aware tha Jie raulf s time lock would go off at the approximate time the hold up was staged Frank Eeinrichs cashier of the bank said that when he opened the bank at a m the gunman was inside the bank waiting for him You know how I felt Hen richs said in commenting on his eelings with the opening of the vault with a gun in his back He said that while he was filling the sack with bills the bandit admon ished iim to hurry up hurry up As the bandit was leaving Bookkeeper Charles Loper enter ed the bank and was ordered to ie down under a desk Loper gave the alarm and freed Hen who said his few minutes in the vault seemed like a whole The robber apparently gained entrance to the bank during the night by drilling the lock on a ear door Heinrichs said the gunman put a pistol on him and ordered him o open the vault He held the gun at the cashiers back as he ipened the vault lock The bandit handed Heinrichs a ack ancT directed him to place the noney in it Then he left locking leiririchs in the vault The cashier vas released shortly before 9 a and was unharmed Residents of Epworth said they aw a man answering the gun mans description driving away in 1951 black Pontiac Heinrichs said a preliminary estimate of the loot was He said the bandit was dark omplexioned and dressed in work clothes and a sweater FOR SPEEDY SERVICE Des Homes panel of perators of drivein restaurants uesday told the Iowa Restaurant ssociation convention here that cash box for each carhop ather then a single cash register or all will speed drivein service t least 20 per cent 1000 Marines Land Near Red Positions by Helicopter Lift Report Pentagon Talk on Atom Bomb Custody SIDNEY BAND President Waldorf to Inaugurate President Forest A Rand president of Waldorf college m Forest City Iowa will be inaug urated asthe colleges 10th presi dent on Friday at 8 p m The cere mony win be held in Immami church Doctor J A Aasgaard presiden the collegelslaffiliatedwflLoffi date Band will deliveranad dress s and church organizations in I and surrounding statesare mtamic boi pecfed at the event jundreds of alumni and the school A reception for President and Mrs Rand be held in thi church parlors immediately fol lowing the ceremony The college will observe its 48th annual homecoming Oct 12 14 in connection with the inaug uration Mr Rand has been serving temporarily as president ofWal dorf since his appointment Juljr 1 ollowing the death of Doctor M O Nilssen He came to Waldon rom Concordia college Moorhead Minn to become the 10th presi dent of Waldorf He has a wife and two children who are now making their home here Judge Dismisses Drunken Driving Case on Mans Personal Plea Little Rock Arlt de endant in a drunken driving case Wednesday pleaded Judge if you fine me Til lose my job and lose my standing in he church Municipal Judge J FredJones dismissed the charge All About The Weather Mason City Fair and mild Thurs day night Low Thursday night 42 to 45 Friday partly cloudy with high 75 owa Generally fair and mfld with high 70 northeast to 80 southwest Fair and mild Thurs day night with low in 40s Fri day partly cloudy and mild with high in 70s Further outlook Partly cloudy and slightly cooler Saturday Sunday partly cloudy possibly cooler northeast half of state linnesota Mostly fair Thursday night cooler northeast Friday partly cloudy possible scattered showers north and west Low Thursday night 35 to 40 north east mid40s southwest High Friday 55 to 60 north 60 to 70 south GlobeGazette weather data up o 8 a m Thursday Maximum 68 Minimum 42 At 8 a m 50 fEAR AGO Maximum 67 Minimum 41 By ELTON C FAY Washington military may be trying to persuade the ad ministration to change its mini about a 3yearold ruling that th armed forces shouldnt have cus tody of atomic bombs now bein massproduced by the atomi energy commission The belief grew Thursday light of an extraordinary meetin at the Pentagon Wednesday nigh In that session Secretary of De fense Lovett talked at length wit AEC Chainnai Gordon pean tw members of the commission in eluding Dr Henry D Smyth th nuclear physicist who wrote th detailed report on the first nuclear bomb and the commissions gen era manager Marion W Boyer No Comment Although Dean occasional comes to the Pentagon the full dress atmosphere produced byth appearance of the others stampe the meeting as something mor than routine The participants re fused to say what was discussed While there was speculation thai custody of the bomb might hav been a major item in the talks appeared probable that other ma1 ters also were considered Tarticu larly there was the recent series of statements by AEC and congres sional leaders about the ne atomic capability of th United States statements whic caused concern in the Pentago over what officials there regarded as tooenthusiastic public interpre tation of such talk The Pentagon atomic conf erenc carne at about the boo was being which n the late James Foi first secretary of defense had recommended to Presiden Truman in 1948that the military custody of atomic bomb The book The Forrestal Dia ries said Mr Truman decidec against thatbecause hedid no csome dashing lieutenar to decide when would be Ee proper time to drop one an 4 runner to the present situation forrestal wrote that he told Mr Truman The conditions of readinesso iheseweaponswas highly uncer what a civilian migh was ready would be a Ion way from readiness battl use No The atomic energy commission under the act which created It is composed of civilian commission ers although military men are on ts Staff and a formal military iaison is maintained with the de fense department ForrestaTs diary also reported hat in 1947 he had the impression rom of the military liaison committee working with he AEC that contrary to the jublic statements of Mr Lillea thai David E Lilienthal first AEC chairman as to cooperation we were actually getting none Forrestal said that Lilienthal tbjected to allowing the military ustody of completed atomic oombs arguing among other joints that the bomb was not jus another weapon but an instrumeni f destruction which carried the videst kind of international and iplomatic implications AP Wirephoto CAPTURED BY nist party members from New York to Mexico stewed Thurs day while Gus Hall fugitive party member paced in a fed eral institution in Texarkana Texas A group in Mexico City including Artist Diego Rivera protested the move Tanks Lead Assault on Ridge Line 2nd Division Overruns Chinese By JOHN JtANDOLPH TT S 8th Army Headquarters vorea tanks mifed up valleys on eacKside of Heartbreak ridge in eastern Ko reaThursday in a running bat tle with red artillery and mortars East of this ridge a full bat alion of the U S11st marine di vision was flown to the front in he biggest helicopter airlift in listory Nearly 1000 leathernecks anded almost sight af red positions without incident Behind the fire of tanks blast ing from both sides theTT S 23rd nfantry regiment again stormed he northernmost peak of Heart jreak ridge Entrenched redi stopped the Americans in their racks Capture Peak Other TJ S 2nd division infan trymen overran Chinese troopt and captured a dominating peak on nearby Kim U Sung Bridge UN troops also seized two other peaks in mountainouseast Korea In the hottest sector of the western front 1st caval ry division renewed its attack northwest of Yonchon after mop ping up Chinese stragglers in hius captured Wednesday The cavalrymen were continu ing their offensive 25 miles northeast of Panmuniom where the reds talked of reopening truce Thursdays tank alion rumbled on upf Mundun ralley a fedpar and mortar ifire Some units of the battalion penetrated to 5 miles north1 ofMundungc Reds Shelled Others probed upagorietothe west of the galley shelling red jositions ridges arid cutting townChinese troops asjtiiey at tempted tomove it It was the second day a powerful UK tankledtalk orce had shoved far up the Mun xiung valley west of Heartbreak The second task force inSatae valley drove up east oftfie ridgt lor the 9th consecutive day Both tank columnr returned their own lines at sundown Ask Union Election at N W States I T T IVJ Northwestern States Portland Cement companyemployes national labor rela ions board for a representation election following an organizing ampaign by representativesof ie United Cement lime and Gypsum Workers International union A F of L During the last several weeks om McBride Davenport and W I Schatte Stv Louis havebeea a campaign to procure majority of workers to authorize le A F of L union to represent lem for the purpose of collec ve bargaining t The Northwestern States union representatives stated isthe nly unorganized cement plant in owaThe United Cement Lime nd Gypsum Workers Internation al Union A F ofL represents cement plants inthe state one f which is its local No 106 com rised of workers at the Lehigh ortland Cement company plant Mason City BOOK SELLER JAILED Hong Konjr A bookshop roprietor on the mainland re ently was jailed for 3 months for elling books on Chinese classl and historical subjects SAME Slack ntBiu tratlfa italfc la Si f   

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