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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 17, 1951, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspape for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION Pint and United PTCM Full NIWSrAMR THAT MAKES ALL NORTH I 0 W A N N 11 C H I 0 It S MASON CITY IQWA WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 17 1951 MASON CITY DYS October 18 19 20 Paper ol Two on Bloodmobile in Mason Ofy Operates on Assenbly Line Basis P ML Chris tensen price clerk at Standard Oil came on quick call Tuesday to the Red Cross bloodmobile site in the basement of Trinity Lutheran church He was a fill In for a regularly scheduled donor who was rejected Such standbys are still needed and call 1321 Kegistering Christensen is the staff aide Mrs Edward P Rusiat TAKING TEMPERATURE Second step for Christensen as he proceeds down the blood donor assembly line is to have his temperature taken and be weighed in The registered nurse taking his pulse is Mrs Chester CodeMasonCity housewifeone of 24 volunteer nurses partici pating during the 3 days of the bloodmobile visit through Thursday JUICE drink of truit juice is next given to Chnstensen At this stationa i Grey Lady is in charge Hand Ing him the glass is Mrs R C Berrie Mason City One of sev eral trained volunteer Grey Ladies of the Cerro Gordo coun ty chapter Mrs Berrie Is a housewife with 3 children Mrs Don Fiti Gerald is in charge of the Grey Ladies and other vol unteers MEDICAL BISTORT At this point in the asembly line the photographer picks up an other donor He is Everett Her manson and the registered nurse taking Ms blood pressure is Mary Devlin DCS Moines who came here with the unit At this station the blood count also is taken and the nurse gets the medical record of the donor If the record looks suspicious the donor is sent to the table Allies Isolate Key Red Center Spring a Trap II S 3th Array Headquarters Korea troops Wednesday smashed to within 3 miles of Kumsongand denied the use of thatcentral Korean base to the reds American 24th division infantrymen sprang a trap on an estimated 800 Chinese on the highest peak guarding the approaches to Kumsong Were going in and clean them out said Lt Col Albert L Thornton U S troops and Colombian infantrymen began the as sault Artillery covered from newly captured flank ing hflls More than 40 bfllshave been captured in the on Kumsong Three TOT divisions have advanced 7 miles along a 22 mile front Allied artillery moved up to strategic peaks where it could blast Kumsong the main communist bastion on the central front KOKs Move To the east Republic of Korea ROK Subdivision drove against 2000 to 3000foot ridges in an effort to keep pace with the central push A marine Corsair launched Tiny Tim rockets against red bunkers gouged out of rock in the high peaks north of the punch bowl in east Korea The 1175 inch rockets have the i bursting power of a battleships 16 inch shells Five of the 9 foot long Tiny Tims were fired Re sults were not disclosed The U S first cavalrydivision attacked with flame throwers grenades and bayonets northwest of Yonchon on the western front Fiercely defending Chinese on high ground held the attack prac tically to a standstill The daily artillery duel in the Yonchon sector continued with UN guns firing 10 rounds to ev ery one by the Chinese Allied big Pair Admit Burglaries in 2 States Burglaries in 4 Iowa and two tdaho communities have been ad mitted by twoyouthswho were arrested in Mason City last week police announced Wednesday Police said the pair Donald E Egge 21 833 Pennsylvania S E and Edwin P Schneider 17 Du buque have admitted 4 burgla ries in the Mason Citydear Lake area one in Northwood and two in Idaho In addition to these Schneider has admitted 6 bur glaries in Dubuque Police said Egge had no part in the Dubuque burglaries Police Capt Risacher who has been questioning the youths for DOCTORS wasnt sent to the doctors table so here sits the doctor in at tendance all by herself She is Dr Florence Bouthilet anesthesiol ogist who recently up part time private practice in Mason City Other physicians from the County Medical society are tak ing their tarn at this table Dr F C Brush is in charge DONATING BLOOD In the screenedoff room where the photographer and reporter en tered by special permission from the head nurse of the unit a conor was in the process of giv ing blood She is Mrs H L Cope saleslady from Montgom ery Ward and company Mrs Cope answered the reporters questions during the process The registered nurse is Mrs Htrb Ohrt Mason City IN afl over and here two donors are pictured in the canteen for a light lunch They are Mrs Cope and Mr Hermanson Staff aide with the plate of cookies is Mrs E L Gerard Mason City The donors remarked they didnt feel any different from what they did before giving the pint of blood But they were required to spend 15 minutes in the canteen Revenue Measure in Doubt GlobeGazette by Muiswf AWARD a donor pin a replica of a drop of blood is the final step in the hlood giv ing procedure Here the plaid shifted donor being given the award is Jean Eckerman an em ploye at the Birdsall Ice Cream company Pinning ft on is Mrs Paul Kelsh Mason City also Grey Lady from the local Red Cross chapter Tax Problem Stalls Congress AP Wlrephoto KILLS C Fleisch 74 head of the FleuchmannV yeast ein pire shot and killed himself Tuesday at the home of his wife in Carpintoia CaL Mr Fleisch mann learned that he had can cer corporation 105 packages of cigar ets candy and gum Drive In the ater tablemodel radio and flash light WoodfordWheeler Lumber company several days said the case was cracked after weeks of hard in funs fired 19000 rounds Wednes day the reds 1800 U S Sabre jets paraded in MIG alley lor 25 minutes Wednes day morning in full view of red jet bases at Antung Manchuria But red jets did not challenge the Sabre pilots who on Tuesday shot down 9 Russiantype MIG 15s and damaged 5 Rails Attacked The Wednesaay morning flight of Sabres was flying cover for more than 150 UN fighterbombers attacking North Korean railways Seventeen communist trains were attacked by night raiders in in tensified roundtheclock smashes on rail lines New allied ground gains on the central front will deny to the enemy use of Kumsong and their supply base said Thornton 24th division operations officer A North Korean army corn vestigation by IVIason City police The officer indicated he would continue to question the pair con cerning other burglaries in Ma son City which still are unsolved Cracked Barrel Risacher said the big break in the case came last week when Schneider and Egge admitted the theft Oct 7 of a concretefilled barrel used for a safe by the Ma son CitjvMotor Coach garage 722 S Federal More than was in the safe From that point the youths began to open up and admitted other burglaries Ri sacher said Egge and Schneider appeared munique conceded the enemy despite heavy casualties is push ing northward before Police Judge B R Dunn Wednesday and waived prelimi nary hearings The judge set their bonds at and bound them over to district court Risacher indicated that the largest burglary by the youths took place in Burleigh Idah about the middle of September The two broke into the Wester Auto Supply store there and stol 9 guns a set of tire chains an about S3 in change according t Mother Reads of Boys Wounds in Korea Story F G Muller rer ceived word that her son Pfc Wilford Muller 21 of the iirst di vision 7th cavalry regiment was wounded in action in Korea A cablegram stated Am in hos pital not seriously injured Writ ing in detail There was no sig nature The cablegram was un doubtedly written by hospital at tendants It came from MDsaka Japan Mrs Muller first obtained news of her sons injury while Visiting in St Paul last weekend She the name of her son among the injured in a news story which stated the regiment was shat tered and cut to pieces by waves of attacking reds west of Yon chon The remnants of the bat talion were rescued only after some ground had been lost Pfc Muller entered the servic just a month prior to his 21 Britain Egypt Rush Troops to Suez Riot Washington W Secretary of State Acheson said TYednesday the United States supports the stand of the British m upholding their position in the Suez canal area against Egyptian pressure ByEREDZUSY Britain and Egypt rushed re inforcements to the riottorn Suez canal area Wednesday as the British commander pledged his troops would stand fast against Egyptian efforts to drive them out In London the foreign office announced fresh troops are being sent to bolster the British garrison along the ca nal where at least 7 persons were killed and scores injured Tuesday when British forces fired on rioting and lootino A i C A Gerdes First Death From Polio Carroll A Gerdes 34 of 1025 Polk N W who was taken by ambulance Monday to the Uni versity of Iowa hospitals Iowa City as a polio patient died there Tuesday afternoon This is the 4th case of polio re ported in Cenro Gordo county according to the Mason City chap Mac Calls for AilOut Use of Military Tells Legion of Yank Slaughter By DON WHTTEHEAD Miami Gen Doug Egyptians The British commander of the garrison Lt Gen George Erskine told his men in a broadcast Tues day night we are not going to be turned out forced out or knocked out of thejCanal area We are not looking for trouble he said but we shall deal with it quite firmly if we meet it Asks Calm Egypfs Vernier Hustapha El Nahas Pasha in a press statment urged his people to remain calm F16 noting he said could stand in the way of our national aspira tions A report from the canal cityo IsmaUia said 200 Egyptian polict were being dispatched bv special tram from Cairo to reinforce the 1500 Egyptian police already there and that 300 others were being sent to Port Said Tuesdays violence centered in these two cities An interior ministry communi que issued here said 7 persons were killed in the dashes at the two canal points In IsmaUia Egyn tian officials Tuesday night had reported 11 of their countrymen there and 4 at Port Said Other reports from Port Said nut the death toll there at 5 birthday last March He had been in Korea since August their signed statements given t police In another Idaho youths couid not remember th name of the town they broki Ted Lewis Without Top Hat Does Show Vancouver B Cf tainer Ted Lewis did his show Tuesday night without his trade battered old top for the first time in 17 years He told police it had been stolen It was the second theft to hit the entertainment world in Van couver within 24 hours Metro politan Opera Singer Blanche Thcbom reported the loss of a S2 400 diamond and platinum brooch and stole 3 The mto a general store tablemodel radios later were sold Burglaries in the Mason City Clear Lakearea also admitted bj the youths in their statements in cluded the Drive In theater on highway 18 Sept 5 Woodford Wheeler Lumber companv Clear Lake Sept 14 Commercial Ware house corporation 617 4th S W Sept 13 Hit Northwood The youths also admitted burg larizing the Dodge Plymouth agency in Northwood early this month and stealing two car Lewis said his hat reportedly radios two aerials two directional Insured for was stolen signals and a small amount of from the nightclub where he is Miss Thcbom said her Jtwelry was taken from her dressing room during a perform ance change Goods taken in the burglaries in the Mason CityClear Lake area included portable radio and mans Ijackct Commercial Warehouse President Rancher Has New Flower Named for Him Belle new hardy chrysanthemum in redorang color has been named Presiden Virgil M Hancher head of State university of Iowa This new mum has been produced by H Mosnat of Belle Plaine Iowa who s a graduate of State University and also attended law school there Mr Mosnat has also producec any early anthemums some varieties o vhich are now grown from the Atlantic to the Pacific These nrysanthemums are called the Jniversity of Iowa mums Several undred plants of them were sent o the State University this spring vhcre they are now bloominc icely More will be sent next pnng including the new one amed for the head of S U I One reason for so naming this ower was appreciation of Presi ent Handlers recent decision to emam at S U I in spite of a ery attractive offer from the east The flower is up to 3 inches cross and fully double i many new varieties of hardv and longblooming chry tjoa in the canal area as under control and all quiet It said that Surviving are his wife and one daughter father Fred Gerdes Sheffield and two sisters He was employed at the Jacob E Decker and Sons packing plant Funeral arrangements are in complete The body was taken to he Wartnaby funeral home at day of plunging the nation toward socialism and economic disaster And he called for an allout use of military force to end the un necessary slaughter of Ameri cansin Korea The 5star general told thou sands of cheering American Legionnaires you cannot profit ably negotiate with communists and he all but proposed an end to the truce talks in Korea He declared force is the only persua sion the reds can understand and lie best way to end the war Hits All Policies MacArthurs address was a slashing attack on the administra tions domestic foreign and mili tary the hard esthitting since he was ousted from bis fareastern commands bv President Truman He was greeted with Tearing cheers when he began his speech in the big dinnerkey auditorium Plans to Adjourn Delayed House Rejects Big Increase Sheffield safe certain families in the Suez area have been evacuated to a place but gave no details Situation Orderly The Egyptian communique also said that order reigns every where Government atls mailia described the situation there as very bad British forces they as said now controlled to the canal city despite a reques by Egyptian police that they with draw and leave the policing to th Egyptians A British army spokesman in smaiha said the British hav agreed to pull their troops out o he canal city when promisee Egyptian police reinforcements ar ive So far he added the extra iolice have not shownup Police stood guard over western mbassies in Cairo Alexandria nd other cities where there was vild demonstrating Tuesday The despite a government in approval of parlia nentsaction Monday abrogating he 1936 alliance under which Britain garrisons the canal and ic 1899 pact providing for join ritish and Egyptian rule of the oUongrowing Sudan Britain has dedared she will and on her rights under both and will not recognize a ncsidcd cancellation 10CENT BUS FAKE Dubuque city council mously to grant Co a raise to a traiglit bus fare from tie present 3 tokens for 25 cents All About A The Weaiher Mason City Mostly cloudy an quite cool Wednesday night an ThursdayLow Wednesday nigh 32 HighTbursday 45 Iowa Cloudy and continued coo Wednesday night and Thursda with scattered showers or thun derstorms southeast half and occasional snow flurries in ex treme northwest Low Wednes day night 32 to 38 northwest 38 to 44 southeast High Thursday 40 to 45 northwest 45 to 50 southeast Further outlook Fri day occasional showers and no so cool Saturday showers end ing and turning cooler Minnesota Mostly cloudy and quite cool Wednesday night occasional snow flurries extreme northwest portion Thursday mostly cloudy and continued quite cool with rain or snow de veloping in west portion by night Low Wednesday nicht 22 to 28 28 to 34 southHigh Thursday 35 to 40 north 40 to 45 south GlobeGazette weather data up o 8 a m Wednesday Maximum 49 Minimum 39 At 8 a m 41 i interrupted iy MacArthur proposed a 15point program for the Legion to support in correcting weaknesses as the general saw an atomic program with aiull com mitment to the use as needed of the atomic weapon As for the Korean truce talks MacArthur said We negotiate and negotiate and negotiate never seeming to learn that you cannot profitably negoti ate with communists any more than you can with any other type of in civilized society The only persuasion that wili move them is the resistance to Wireptoto SUCCEEDS I1AQUAT Sir Kwaja Natimnddin governor general of Pakistan has taken charge of the govern ment as pritnfc minister replac ing the Jate Liaqitat All Khan the All India radio at New Delhi said Wednesday men into battle with neither promise nor hope of victorv 3 lor this countrv to bolster the defense of allies with out depleting our own resources and only if those nations pledge their own lives and full resources to secure their own defense Distrustful The whole tone of MacArthurs address was one of distrust of pressure by ade their abusive quate counterpressure No Faith The general did not call for a breakoff in the Kaesong truce talks but he left it clear he puts no faith in them and would open allout war against the reds in the far east as the best way to get an agreement He also charged this nation is plunging toward socialism and economic disaster under the pres ent national leadership and he said the people will insist that Amer can policy be reoriented to Amer can tradition American thinking and American needs the administrations foreign and military policies And while he never mentioned President Truman by jiamethere was no doubt he was referring to the president and next years election when he said I have faith that the wisdom and determination of the Amer ican peopleare not going to per mit our country to continue dow the road to national 3eopardy And then the general saic Americanswill not be fooled b the bombast of violent propa There had been some specula ion that MacArthur would men ion the presidential candidacv of Senator Robert A Taft of Ohio rl6 general made no mention Taft or the coming presiden election although he assailed the Truman administration poli cies Other highlights of the Mac Arthur address included 1 A charge that he MacAr hur had unquestionably wreck a secret plan to let Formosa all to the communists and per it red China to enter the nited Nations 2 A charge that there has een a startling and dangerous hift in basic U S military pol y which forces the armed forces soften our blows and send ganda and vulgar language whic inevitably meets every hones criticism directed at the govern ment They were neither foolec nor their confidence impaired i the gallant marines committed t battle in Korea when that fight ing body of men of such illus trious tradition and fame was s grievously and unjustly assailed This appeared to be an allusion to Mr Trumans statement las year that the marines had a propaganda machine equal to Stalins IOWAXS VOTE TOGETHER Washington 8 re publican representatives votec with the majority Tuesday as the house rejected and returned to a senatehouse conference the 730000000 tax bill SAME flai traffic death In put hettM sfingint unexpected rejection ofla 000000 tax by t set the administration Wednesday for a solution to a pos serious national problem Leadersplans gress Saturday until the new year were threatened sur pnse development The next move is up tothe sen ate which now can saywhetber l or not there win be atax increase tiiis year If it doesnt accede to the Tiouse request for a newcon ference to try to work out differ ences therell beio tax bHL That the taxhike iinally approved were made deprive the treasury of somethinsr like half a bfllion dollars a month in increased revenues Another Effort In advance a meeting ofi the senate finance committee there were strong indications another effort would be made io reach an agreement The puzzle wisrWhat kind ofra tax boost ceptabletothe house andthe senate The bill preparation nearly was tossedaside summarily by the houseJTuesday aa halfhour ministration leaders hardly more astounded by the outcome than the group which put across to 157 coup On the republicans minority which supportedthe bill included 122 34j licans and one independent This was notthe usual coalition of republicans and southern demo cratswhich has become familiar in recent years The democrats who opposed the bill are in the main representatives of northern and bigcity districts Most southerners went along with the administra tion The leaders were baffled bv the actors which caused the upset 5ome of those who voted against the bill confessed later they hadnt anticipated the actual outcome Poor Balance Leading democrats trving to analyze the vote speculated that a great many members simply op pose any tax increase at this time and that others believe the boosts ailed for by the compromise bill vere inequitable and poorly bal anced Tuesdays action by the house id not kill the bill It did set hings back exactly to the stage eached weeks ago when the sen te returned the original 00000 house increase It revised hat bill down to onference committee action up ed this to the fig re voted on Tuesday Unless a new conference can get igetner with unprecedented speed i a bill acceptable to both houses here is no chance that proposed ncreases in the individual income x and excise sales taxes can e put into effect Nov I as plan cd   

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