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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 23, 1951, Mason City, Iowa                                Ddly Ncwspoptr N CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TNI NIWI A P11 T N AT M AK MALL N T N 10 W A N S N N IO R I HOME EDITION VOLLlrtll MM ftwt Tlvt MAMM CITY IOWA TUESDAY OCTOMK M 1M1 CoMtoto I IB Red Label on Jessup a Fraud Truman Offers a Recess Post By FftANK OHE1EN WuhiBfton Truman has given Philip C Jes sup a recess appointment as gate to the United Nations label ing charges Jessup has favored communist causes patent false ness that on fraud The objections to Mr Jessups appointment during the hearings of the senate foreign re lations subcommittee seem to me to be erroneous and in some cases simply the result ofparti san politics Mr Truman said in a statement He called Jessup outstandingly well qualified Others Confirmed The president made the state ment Monday evening ashean nounced the appointment The senate confirmed the 9 other UN nominations made by Mr Tru man but did not act on Jessup before adjournment The UN opens its general assembly in Paris Nov 6 Congress is recessed until Jan 8 In a lengthy probe by a sub committee Senator Me C a r t h y and HaroldEStassen former republican governor of Minnesota and now president of the University of Pennsylvania attacked Jessup as a friend of communist causes The subcommittee voted 3 to 2 against confirming Jessup He is an arnbassadoratlarge and a top aide to Secretary of State Ache ion McCarthy longtime critic of the state department and of Jessup told the subcommittee Jessup had in the past followed every twist and turn of the communist line Jessup replied under oath that he had never knowingly aided communism or any communist cause and had long been an en emy of communism From Vandenbert Ia several appearances before the subcommittee Stassen charged that Jessup had given false testi mony in denying that he never considered U of red China He also said he had been told by the late Senator Ar thur H Vandenbergthat Jessup at tended white house conference and was among supporters there of a recommendation to shut off U S aid to Jessup denied Stassens state ments said he was skipping like a grasshopper from one accusation to another to escape from a mo rass of misstatements In his statement Monday eve ning Mr Truman referred to the subcommittee hearings 1 AP Wlrephoto WOULD BE FIRST U S AMBASSADOR TO VATICAN Mark W Clark chief of army field forces With headquarters at Fort Monroe Va was nominated by President Truman to be the first U S ambassador to Vatican City He is shown with Mrs Clark and his daugh ter Anne admiring a photograph of son Capt William D Clark will arrive in Washington this week for treatment of war wounds received in Korea British Army Cuts Egypt Rail Traffic ByFREDZUSY Cairo Egypt mobs roamed the streets of Cairo Tuesday shouting for arms to settle the differences with the British It was a nationwide day of to honor 16 Egyptians killed in last weeks disorders The crowds in Cairo estimated at several thousand were fairly orderly but in Alexandria Egypts second largest city police were forced to fire shots into the air and buckshot into the ground to keep demonstrators in check The new demonstrations fol lowed a British move sharply cutting rail and traffic and ban ning road movement in the dis puted Suez canal area The traf Jic cuts will remain in force until Egyptian dock laborers boycot ting the unloading of British sup ply ships at the British military miles south of Heights woman Tuesday was Suez go back to work a British bound over to the grand jury on a charge of concealing stolen property The appearance of Mrs Dorothy DeWitt in Judge B H Dunn s po lice court was theJatest chapter in the arrest last weekend of 6 teenage boys in connection with several burglaries in Cerro Gordo county The boys whose names were The record shows that charges to the effect Jessup was sympathetic to communist causes were utterly without foundation and some of the socalled docu mentation introduced in support of these charges bordered on fraud Ambassador Jessup was at tacked for being at a meeting which he did not attend and for policy recommendations which he never made Despite his record and despite the patent falseness of the charges made against him Mr Truman said it is alleged the American people do not have confidence in Ambassador Jessup this I find unbelievable Senator Gillette DIowa who voted against Jessup in the sub committee said he did so because whether justified or not there is a considerable segment of our peo ple who lack confidence in Dr Jessup The president noted in his statement that the senate has confirmed Ambassador Jessup 5 times for positions of great trust 3 confirmations were for the iden tical position to which I am now appointing him He said Jessup played a vital role in the lifting of the Berlin blocka de He represented the United States with great skill at the meeting of the deputy foreign ministers at Paris last spring Jessup told a reporter he deep ly appreciated the presidents ac tion and added Of course I am going He had indicated earlier he regarded the appointment as an assignment rather than an invi tation CANDIDATE DIES Cedar Rapids H Wei land 53 candidate for public safe ty commissioner in Tuesdays city primary clectiont died Monday at his home here of a heart attack SAMK ik truffle In put i hnirt spokesman said Fever Pitch In Cairo where antiBritish feeling jwas rising the demon strators yelled We want arms One of the crowd held up a gun and shouted This is how we will talk to Attlee All shops were closed Tuesday afternoon in Alexandria andCai ro An open car filled with demon strators attempted to drive to the Garden City area of Cairo where the Britishand American embassies are located A guard of 50 Egyptian police turned them back when they had reached within a half block of the area The British increased their hold on the Suez canal area Monday night by seizing the har bor and railstation at Port Suez A limited number of trains will be run They will be operated by British army crews One passen ger train and one freight train daily will be permitted to cross the canal troops on to the supply Egyptian east side of the canal the British spokesman an nounced Food trains for Egyptian civilians throughout the canal rone also will operate The British denied Egyptian re ports that they used a squadron of tanks to take the railway shops and station at Port Suez Monday night Only 6 armored ve hicles were on the move in the area Monday the spokesman said At All Crossings But British troops are stationed at switches and crossing from Port Said to Suez along the full 104 mile length of the canal he dis closed v British soldiers have been searching every Egyptian entering the canal area since Oct 17 and have been ransacking boxcars to prevent oragnized gangs from infiltrating the control zone the spokesman revealed Meanwhile a royal air force spokesman in Cairo said small flights of RAF jet planes were continuing to make reconnais sance sorties over the canal area to keep an eye on ground activities Egypts fiery nationalistic prime minister Mustapha El Nahas Pasha told cheering audiences meanwhile that he would bring the British to a severe account ing for their continued resistance to the Egyptian ouster moves Speed Troops More British troops and war ships from several Mediterranean bases and even from Britain sped to reinforce the soldiers sailors and fliers who have carried out Britains refusal to be ousted from the vital 104mile sea lane which links the commonwealth In London the board of trade halted all shipments to the Egyp tians of arms and cluding airplanes armored ve hicles ammunition and munitions making machinery Say Woman Hid Stolen Goods Here A 25 year old blond Central Soys Clark Mistreated Texas Men Senator Opposed to Appointment Br JACK BELL t by Senator Connally DTexas gave weight Tuesday to a democratic move to avoid a vote on President Trumans nomination of Gen Mark Clark as ambassador to the Vatican Connally based his fight against the appointment on Clarks World warII command of the 36th Texas national guard division in the bloody Rapidoriver crossing in Italy Avoid Religion But a democratic senator who usually supports Mr Trumans proposalstold areporter he and othershope for avoidance of the religious issue raised by the presi dents rfiove to give full diplomatic recognition to the Vatican This senator who asked that his name not be believes the presidents actionhas a hot political spot every senator running forreelection next year in states where the result isin doubt between democrats and re publicans A vote for confirmation of Clark would anger Protestant elements which have opposed giving diplo matic recognition to the Roman Catholic church1 state the senator said while a vote against Clark might arouse Catholics who hole the balance of power in some areas As a result the democratic sen ator said he and others hope the president will decide to name Clark as his personal representa tive to the Vatican Myron C Tay lor held that status from 1940 until last January This would not require senate action on Clarks appointment nor would it require action by both houses on a bill to waive the law against a military officers appointment to a civilianpost II also would not involve official diplomatic recognition of the Vati can Clarksnomination was submit ted Saturday and congressad journed about 3 later with out acting on It First Voice Connallys was the first opposi tion voiced by a senator to Clark personally In a statement Mon day Connally said the nomination dead unless a recess appoint ment is made White housesources indicated none would be made be cause of doubt that Clark could serve and retain his military Sheriff Cal Dwan Deputies quoted the boys as saying that Mrs De Witt had allowed them to hide a numberof boxes of stolen shotgun shells in her garage knowing the shells were stolen property S1OM Bond Mrs DeWitt was arrested Sat urday deputies said but charges were not filed until Tuesday morning pending fuller investiga tion of the case She isTaeing held in the county jaiL Judge Dunn set her bond at The sheriffs office says the ar rest of the youths solves several burglaries at the Palladium ball room 824 Taft S W the burglary at the Burchinal elevator last Fri day and the burglary of Felkers grocery on highway 18 Oct 13 A 7th youth stiil was being sought in the burglaries Heavy Loser The BurcMnal elevator was the aeaviest loser in the cases of shotgun shells were stolen there plus several t h o u sand rounds of 22 rifle ammunition two hatchets andone hunting knife Four of the youths have admitted this job deputies said Sixteen boxes of shotgun shells were stolen from Felkers grocery plus several thousand rounds of 22 ammunition Stolen from the Palladium in several breakins were a number of cartons of cigarets Most of the property stolen by the youths has been recovered deputies said Sheriff Dwan has estimated that about worth of goods is involved b status He has said be will not give that up Connally heads the senate for eign relations committee which would have to pass on any subse quent nomination Connally asserted Clark had mistreated ann discriminated against the Texas 36th division and other Texas troops in the Rapido crossing He showed himself unfit to fill any high position either military or civil Conhally declared For mer Secretary of War Robert Pat terson has defended ClarlcVcon duct of the Italian campaign Clark a 4star general now is serving as chief of the armys field forces AP Wirephoto IN GAY Matthew Ridgway and his enjoy a heartylaugh as they ceremonies pre ceding a TDaseball gamelietween an American allstar team and a Japanese team in Tokyos The American team touring Japan is managed by Lefty ODoul Taft Calls Military Spending Reckless rAll About The Weather M is on City Cloudy and coo Tuesday night Wednesday part ly cloudy and not so cooL Low Tuesday night 32 to 36 High Wednesday 48 to 53 Iowa Most 1y cloudy and coo Tuesday nightWednesdayjpart lv cloudy not quite so cool Low Tuesday1 night 25 to 30 northwest 36 southeast High Wednesday southwest 50 northeast 60 Iowa 5Day Outlook Temper atures will average slightly be low normal through Sunday formal high 59 normal low37 Warmer Wednesday and only minor changes until turning cooler Saturday and Sunday Eain on the weekend averaging about onequarter inch Minnesota Mostly fair and cool Tuesday night except for some cloudiness extreme east Wed nesday partly cloudy and not so cooL Low Tuesday night 24 to 28 High Wednesday 50 to 55 north 55 to 60 south GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Tuesday Maximum Minimum At 8 a m YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 44 31 35 46 37 4 Arrested at Iowa Falls for Mail Tampering Iowa H chief of police reports that 4 men located here temporarily were ar rested and have been turned over lo federal authorities for tamper ing with the mail The men are Solen L Wigyns 19 Jimmy Lee Hudson 19 Jesse James 21 all of Greenwood Miss and James Edward Hoover 23 Lexington Miss They were with about80 men whoare working on he Illinois Central railroad tracks u the vicinity According to Chief Stiner the men took a mail sack to a bunk car slashed it and took a small amount of change and some films The films were recovered later Chief Stiner said the men had signed statements confessing a art in the crime They were taken to the Hardin county jail at Eldorn and later will be taken to DCS Moincs Des Moines S Senator Robert A Taft HOhio warps that the whole economic stabil ity of the United States is threatened if the present reckless military spending is continued In what he called a noncam paign speech before about 1200 persons at the Iowa Bankers as sociation convention Monday night Taft said 1doubt if under this adminis tration which believes so largely in spending for spendings sake there ever will be acut inthe military jffogram before the whbli country is adding tha tip to this time Mr Truman has only one and more taxes Asks Commission The senator the only announced major party presidential candi date for 1952 made two recom mendations for solving the na tions financial difficulties We should set Tip a combined military and civilian commission o determine whether this tre mendous military program is really necessary to its present ex ent We should seriously consider the proper limits of government pending in the United States The only real solution is to cut expenses balance the budget and imit taxes to 25 per cent of the national income The senator in one of a few departures from his text said If eel very strongly that this administration did not regret the military extension spending pro ram pending beforeKorea The economic strength of this country can be sapped and weak he said and that is the one thing that can destroy Not an Issue Earlier at a news conference in vhich he expressed hisviews on Sen McCarthy Taft said he didnt think McCarthy sm will bea significant issue in he 1952 presidential campaign I dont think onewho over states Tiis case helps his own case Taft commented are certain points on which I wouldnt agree with the senator However Senator VIcCarthy brought attention to he wide extent of communism in government McCarthy frequently has charged that communists influ ence the Truman administration especially in the state depart ment McCarthy in Weyauwega Monday night told a reporter I dontbelieve Bob made the state ment that I overstated my case The greatest understatement I Biggest Battle Over Korea RedsTossTSO Jets at Yanks 14 Destroyed By ROBERT EUNSON U S 8lh Army Headquarters airmen hurled 150 jets at UN warplanes Tuesday and lost at least 14 destroyed or damaged in historys largest jetf battle Two American planes were shot down and at least two damaged The U S 5th air force estimated 246 jets plus an un disclosed number of B29 Superforts were involved in Tues Churchill Calls Labor Peace Sham Urges Anglo American Urity Plymouth England ston Churchill asserted Tuesday a abor victory in Thursdays gen eral election would weaken Anglo American unity and the hope of world peace The conservative Jeader in his ast major speech before polling day called thepatchedup quar rel betweenPrime Minister Clem ent Attlee and Taborite left wing Leader Aijeurin Bevan a sham reconciliation Nothing else could be worsefor our country said Churchill and nothing could be more injurious to the cause of world peace than for Mr Attlee to be returned de pendent upon a sham reconcilia tion between the main body of the socialist party and the powerful and turbulent left wing forces whom Mr Bevan represents He added The whole process of growing unity and confidence oetween us and the great republic across the Atlantic ocean would lie weakened and our power to influence the course of American policy might be seriously impaired do not hesitate to say that such a situation would be preju dicial to the growing hopes of reaching a good working arrange ment with Soviet Hussia by nego tiation based upon the patient strength and living accord of the free world days screaming ments tv The previous record in a single jet battle was 199 on Sept 26 The Russian type MIG15S swarmed in waves on B29 Super forts bombing a new red airfield at Namsi 45 miles from the Man churian border Allied airmen were credited with destroying 5 red jets prob ably destroying two anUTdamag ing between 7 and 10 One B29 was crippled and plunged into The arew bailed out A 5th air force jriefing officer said one F84 Thunderjet was shot down Two B29s from Okinawa sadly damaged but landed at ai led bases in r i s The estimated 150 fast Tied jets record with iSabre and Thunderjetsand an unannounced number of B29s The air battle overshadowed action on the quieting ground fronts United Nations tankand in fantry forces began enveloping smoldering Kumsong deserted Eormer red stronghold on the ceni iral front The allies in the eastern mountains beat off 3 red probing attacks And in the west raiding UN patrols got into a stiff fight with entrenched Chinese west of Youchon The big air battle flamed in northwest Korea asthe rained 100000 poundsof Idgfi ex plosives Namsi iif the second newied airdrome hit in twodays Waves of red jeisswept in from Manchuria in one of the Heaviest and most determined attacks eyer launched against the superforts by the MIGS an air i ore e an nouncement said The Namsi airdrome is in MICr ifiey between the Chongchon and Yalu rivers Vogeler Asks Boycott for Holding Yanks Tells Bankers of Oatis Affair Moincs A Vogeler still taut and high strung Erom his 17 months imprisonment by communists in Hungary pro posed here Tuesday that a com plete boycott be placed against any nation holding an American against his wilL Vogeler 39 spoke before the morning session of the Iowa Bankers association convention Vogeler now on leave as vice president of International Tele phone and Telegraph Corp pro ested the imprisonment of Wil liam N Oatis an Associated Press correspondent in Czechoslovakia who has been sentenced to 10 years in prison The Oatis affair a dirty doublecross said Vogeler The communists picked up Oatis a few days before I was releasedThey jhad to have some excuse to hold ONE MAN HELICOPTER AP Wirephoto This is a navy research draw ing of a oneman rocket powered helicopter which is being made ready for test flight according to an announcehierit from the office of naval research in Pasadena Cal The tiny machine is a project of the RotorCraft Corp of Glen ever made was in regard to which communists have shaped our sui cidal foreign policy I dont think Taft would join Vogeler arrested in November 1949 was released April 28 1951 Oatis was arrested April 23 Vogeler nextturned hisfire upon the cases of 35 to 40 Amer icans ranging from church peo the3eft wing camp followers in pie to businessmen who have rtWTiiirTn I QTtt W opposing my communist CAB Proposes Air Merger Washington civil aeronautics board Tuesday lively proposed a consolidation Continental Air Lines and Mid Continent Air Lines The board said a preliminary study showed that a merger of op erating routes would be in the public interest and would help re duce the governments mail pay dale The man in the foreground has his left hand on the subsidy to the two concerns control unit of the copter and carries a fuel tank on his back The helicopter uses a twobladed rotor with a small a yeav in subsidy pay rudder back of the meats been arrested and are being held in red China Very few anything about the persons held in China said Vogeler The state depart ment has protested it but thats not enough Itis easy to say we are taking action what we should know is what kind of action is being taken Bankers Choose Emmetsburg Man Des Moines Iowa Bankers association Tuesday elected Charles J Specs of Em metsburg its executive council man to the American Banking association He is president of the Iowa Trust and Savings bank at Emmetsbarg I Ur CREEPING red UM feather in Central park upward to show the the Mason City Community Chest campaign Monday oifM 7742 pledges were reported a total of or 87 per cent of the quota ttory and picture on   

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