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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 5, 1953, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper HOME EDITION UTY bLOBE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LIX Associated Preji and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JUNE 5 1953 This Paper Consists of Two No i Korea Posing New Threat With Objections to Ending War Would Bypass UN Tatt Alliance With British in Asia WASHINGTON Taft R0 called Friday for a military alliance with theBritish in thePacific to bypass the United Nations veto huthat critical world area The Senate GOP leader issued a statement clarifying the he expressed in a Cin cinnati speech May 26 which caused President Eisenhovyer to say that he couldnt agree vith Taft that the II S might as well forget the United Nations so ar as the Korean War is con cerned if efforts to obtain arm istice fail Go It Alone Eisenhower said the U S would Clear Lake Assured of Sewer Funds DES MOINES of the Clear Lake Sanitary District were assured Thursday by the Legisla tive Interim Committee that addi tional state funds up to will be available if needed to com plete the sewer system around the lake The trustees headed by Chair man Otis Sears of Clear Lake appeared before the committee to request this action They said the board is likely to receive more favorable bids from competing con tractorsif they know that sufficient financing is available Total estimated cost of complet ing the sewer systemis about 450000 The money will be sup Open to Newsmen DES MOINES UP LegisJative Interim Committee which usually behind closed doors opened its meeting Thursday to newsmen have to go it alone everywhere if it operated singlehandedly in Asia In an interview before he issued the formal statement Taft made it clear that any early truce in Korea would likely put him back in the same foreign policy boat with Eisenhower in the Far East But if armistice negotiations fail Taft indicated in the statement that he has not changed his view that the US might as well for get the UN in dealing with the Korean situation He denied he ever advocated it cies and did not dif ferences of opinion with Eisen hower Cant Halt Aggression Taft said the United Nations had AP Wirepholo VOICES YungTai acting prime minister of SouthKorea opens hismouth wide and gestures withhis right arm as he talks to UN newsmen in Pyun restated his governments objection to settlement of the Korean War U S Pilots Down 8 MIGs proved itself unable gression He added to halt ag that it was plied from general obligation and special assessment bonds to bej issued by the Sanitary district plusi appropriated by the 1951 Legislature and made available by t h e last General Assembly The or as muchof If as maybe needed is subject to re lease by the interim committee The committee action Thursday did not provide for any actual re lease of funds But it approved the proceedings of the State Con servation Committee in having plans and specifications drafted The project cannot get started until a low bid has been accepted SAME ridiculous io have nations such asIndia which say they arenot on the side ofthe United Nations at all but are neutral participat ing in truce and peace decisions His statement declared How ridiculous that our course hould be guided by nations claim ing one breath to be part of the United Nations and with the other to be opposed to the principals de clared by the Assembly of the United Nations namely the driv ing of the Chinese from Korea and its unification Already Has Treaties Taft said that if the US isable to disentangle itself from the UN it already has treaties with Aus tralia New Zealand Japan and the Philippines and a very definite understanding with the Frenchin Indochina I think we should have a free hand to form an alliance with the British if we possibly can do so as to how Far Eastern affairs should be conducted he said An alliance has this advantage over the United each member can express his views and no other member can vetohis ac tion as tHe United Nations or Secretary Acheson vetoed the hot pursuit by our airplanes in Man churia SEOUL Sabre jet pilots bagged eight Communist MIGr jets probably destroyed one and damaged fivein high MajfVermont Garrison of Tulsa became the wars32nd jet aceby downing his fifth MIG the Air Force said It was the second time this month that Sabresand MIGs have tangled One MIG was shot down and one damaged Tuesday On the ground South Korean in fantrymen fought with bayonets and grenades to win back Allied outposts which the Reds may claim if an early armistice halts the bloody threeyearold r war t The tough ROKs were ftandtohandiwitiil North Koreanswat some points along and Eastern Fronts where bitter bat tles haveragedall week Truce negotiations agreed in No vember 1951 that the ceasefire demarcation line would be along EL line of contact across Korea Since then the main battle line has changed little but in recent weeks the Reds have grabbed portant outposts in a number of advanceAllied posi tiorss in the centerand on the east liner Chinese and Thursday hurled back six of seven South Korean counterattacks in Central and EasternKorea and in at least two sectors grabbed addi tional territory North and South Koreans were reported locked in combat again Friday near the crest of Anchor Hill oh theextreme eastern end of the line But Hope Is Strong for Truce Charges Plan Is Appeasement WASHINGTON UP South Korea voiced violent new objec tions to the United Nations truce plan Friday as Allied officials op timistic over chances of ending the threeyear Avar prepared new in structions for UN negotiators al Panmunjom South Korean Ambassador Dr You Chan Yang said in an inter view that the concessions made by the Allies to the Communists are nothing but total appease ment He said the Allied offer was shortsighted endangered the United States to an atomic at tack and at the same time sells river Renewed Objections The renewed and bitter South Ko rea objections to a trUce empha sized the grave problem facing the United States in its campaign to end the Korean war Officials said an effort was being made to calm the South Koreans but satisfactory results were not regarded as cer ainby any means There were strong hints in offi cial quarters that the United States but tell the South Koreans that their objections would not be allowed1 to block a Probe Possible Lobbying for Extending Profits Tax WASHINGTON Secretary Marion B Folsom was called on the carpet before a House committee Friday on accusations Treasury officials may have been lobbying illegally for extension of the excess profits tax Charges Filed Against Eight on Cigarets KEOKUK charges of possessing unstamped cigarets were filed Friday against eight persons who were arrested here Thursday in a crackdown by State Tax Commission agents The cars of those arrqsted were seized as they drove across the border from Missouri where the cigarets were purchased but As sistant County Attorney Logan Huiskamp said the cars would be released The charges were filed by Huis kamp in the court of Justice of the Peace E F Head Oneof the eight arrested F C Nejsen Davenport salesman ap peared before Head and plcadec guilty assessed a mini mum fine of and costs The other seven will have to appear in the justice court anc plead before their cars are re turned Huiskamp said AP Wlrephoto WORKMEN FIND CAVITY IN STREET Workmen and a mechanical shovel clean put a cavity beneath the at Council Bluffs main downtown intersection Contractors laying a new sewer line discovered the cavity century old and virtually forgotten fire well uaed in the old days as a water reservoir for volunteer fire fighters i J T Delay Change in TH Law WASHINGTON W Republican leaders have agreed to put off any revision of the TaftHartley law until next year Chairman H Alex ander Smith RNJ of the Senat Labor Committee disclosed Friday Smith said he and Republican leaderrTaft of Ohiowill try to ge committee agreement on a re vision bill but that neither see any imperative necessity tt push it through the Senate thi year The question was whether olsom Secretary Humphrey rother Treasury officials made mproper to in fluence their business friends on resident Eisenhowers request to xtend the unpopular tax for six months beyond June 30 Decided to Testify Both the National Association ol ilanufacturers and the U S Ihamber of Commerce decided ate Thursday to testify before the louse Ways and Means Commit ee in opposition to the tax exten sionThey had planned to do so earlier but cancelled their sched uled appearances and polled their loverning boards on the issue after pleas from Treasury officials Humphrey told the committee Wednesday he merely outlined to hcse and other business groups the administrations views and tolt them he hoped that if they could not agree they would at least re main neutral Possible Violation But Rep Mills DArk asserted hat activities by Treasury official may well constitute a violation of lobbying law Millssaid Treas ury officials were obstructing tin committees searchfor full infor mation by trying to keepwitnesses from appearing before the commit tee Chairman Daniel Reed RN Y said that if the committee find administration officials have vio lated the lobbying law the matte will be turned over to the Depart ment of Justice Humphrey denied asking anyone not to appear before the commii tee ASSURES SUPPORT TAIPEH Formosa Ar Ihuer W Radford Mure chairma of the U S Joint Chiefs of Staff Friday assured Nationalist Chin of continued U S support after a truce is signed in Korea F C I o u 9 h Mason City attorney Thursday was elected president of the Iowa State Bar Association at the 80th annual meeting of the group In Sioux City Clough Was unopposed for the presidency rAll About The Weather Mason City Saturday p a r 11 y cloudy and continued cool pwa Partly cloudy and cooler showers ending extreme south east Minnesota Mostly fair not so cool north and west Saturday Globe Gazette weather data tip to 8 am Friday Maximum 90 Minimum S3 At 8am 56 YEAR AGO Maximum 69 Minimum 57 BULLETIN WASHINGTON State DetMrfment Friday that three of four restrictions imposed en dealings with munist after the imprisonment William N Oatis been removed truce The United States regards thetruce plan as honorable It ha made it clear this government i readt vto Kelp nomically andmilitarily after a truce and to guard its security against new attack through the United Nations But the South Korean ambassa dor told the United Press a true under present plans amounts to peaceat any price I am sorry to say that it will no be peace at all It will result in a total andv disastrous Avar in the near future he said Encouraged being en couraged to fight on and put some other nations behind the Iron Cur tainWhen the Communists have an adequate stockpile of atomic bombs and bombers fully pre pared todeliver them they wil strike the United States particu larly the industrial centers to cripple your ability to supply others who would fight Communism Thats going to come just as sureas Im sitting here the am bassador said at his desk in the Korean embassy Donot be shortsighted in sell ing Korea down the river because if you do Asia will go behind the Iron Curtain They will have a pili tragic lesson before them The free world is not standing up against Communism Korea has been subjected to terrible devasla tion Thousands and thousands have killed What have we gained Nothing Meantime the end of the fighting appeared close A fateful truce meeting Saturday could almos write an end to three years of war and death The Communists were reportec to have submitted terms so clos to those of the UN Command lha an armistice might be signed b June 25 third anniversary of thi war that has already taken an awe some toll Minor details must be irone out but a high U S official i Tokyo said an agreement to ex change prisoners likely will b signed Saturday However a true could not be signed before nex week he added Allied and Red negotiators mec in Panmuhjbm Saturday at 11 a m 8 pm Friday CST Eighth Army headquarters wa rushing preparations for exchang of prisoners of war The prospects for an imminen truce sprang from a stillofficially secret Allied proposal made Ma 25 to settle the fate of 48500 Chi nese and North Korean POWs un willing to return to their Rec ruled homelands SHIPS COLLIDE MESSINA Sicily Amer can freighter and a Norwefiia tanker collided in the Straits t Messina Friday and exploded i flames All crew men escaped in jury AP WATCHES HUSBAND Mrs Norma 21 sobs hysteiically as her two children Linda and Michael eat ice cream bars not knowing that their Samuel Cruz drowned in Lake Michigan Police said the father swam to a piling 200 feet off shore rested theie and was returning when he sank Mrs1 Cruz was standing on the shore watching him Closing Lutheran Session Deals With hiome Plans for Increased activity occupied the closing convention session South CentralDistrict of the Church We have been giventheinstruments and told them but thepower to stir bhe imagination of congrega tions and individuals rests with God the Rev T P Solem Osage told the delegates Leaders sometimes shirk re sponsibilities in fund raising and other congregational activities said Solem because they subcon sciously realize they will be re quired to set a better pace We must learn lo think in terms of an expanding Kingdom of God he speaker said Conservatism is good for the Banker but deadly for missions aid the Rev Herbert Hanson Mil vaukee assistant to the director of home missions for the ELC This is our hour for establishing he church ofV Jesus reasoned Hanson because of the response he Gospel message is today re ceiving He reported that St Luther an Church Bode the Rev M 0 traabel pastor has authorizedthe mission board to borrow mOney against the church property for the sponsorship of a new mission at Anchorage Alaska Plans for this year said Han son include moving into the mi nority areas of America with the iutheran church He also said lans arc under way to develop a ilot project at Milwaukee withVah a ba n d o n e d down town city church The convention passed as one of ts final resolutions a recommenda ion to the board of publications for the ELC that part of the profits rom Augsburg Publishing House Minneapolis Its official publishing louse be devoted to the production of more devotional anddoctrinal iterature rather than being placed n the general fund of the L E AVI NO E U C The Rev X P Solem Osage speaker at the final session of the district convention of the Evangelical Lutheran Church leaving the south central dis trict He has been assigned to the teaching staff of the Lutheran Seminaryat Saskatoon Sas katchewan Canada Stratojets Set Record to England FAIRFORD AIR BASE England Three American B47 Stratbjet bombers smashed the US to Eng land speed record Friday by flash ing across the Atlantic in slightly more than 5Vi hours This same type plane will be dis played at the Mason City airport Wednesday as part of Transporta tion Dayactivities for the Cen terihial Deadly Russian Weapon Cloak and Dagger Story About Getting Gas Formula BALTIMORE story a Russianmade poison gas described as so deadly one drop could kill a man and a German scientist who died making the formulas available to the United Stales were told here Thursday night The cloak and dagger account of international intrigue was unfolded by Col Julius L Amoss retired Air Force officer andhead of the East Europe Division Office of Strategic Services in World War II Col Amoss said 4he formulas1 now in the hands of government officials were obtained by the In ternational Services of Informa tion an American spy group which he directs from headquarters in Baltimore Amoss and the ISI were credited unofficially last March with en gineering the flight of a Polish flyer Lt Franciszek Jareckt who escaped from behind the Iron Cur tain in a Russianmade MIG15 jet fighter The21yearold pilot now in this country has denied that he had any help In his daring flight Amoss said the formulas were written on slips of paper smuggled out of Russia by a German scien tist who was just entering the East sector6 Berlin Al friendly agenttrVvelmgrwith the German Ainossaddexi es caped with the pipers them ontoISI beadquartew in Baltimore   

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