Mason City Globe Gazette, July 6, 1953

Mason City Globe Gazette

July 06, 1953

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 6, 1953, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBOR S HOME EDITION Associated Press and United Press Full Lease wires I Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JULY 6 1953 This Papor Consists o Two OM No its stiu OUR Red Cross A Radio Commentary By W HALL Managing Editor O1TTING in on the recent nationa convention of the American Re Cross in Washington strengthene me in two resolutions I made jus nine years ago while on a wa correspondence mission in th European theater One of these resolutions was tha never again would I be guilty o SELLING AMERICAN YOUTF SHORT the other was that neve again would I be guilty of SELL ING THE AMERICAN RED CROSS SHORT You see I had seen both ou boys and our Red Cross in actio under fire Both had measured u to their responsibilities magnif cently Neither had been foun wanting even when the demand upon them were heaviest Ther was a job to be it go done Theyre Both Unchanged Well I can report to you tha our youngsters of today are th worthy brothers and sisters o those who were doing the fightin and dying for us a decade ago They were present in large num her and played a vital role in th business of this convention And I can report to you a unqualifiedly that the Red Cros of today is the Red Cross tha troublous era known as World War II The times have changed true So have some of the tasks But the Red Cross has not comfort to those in dis tress is the central function of this organization of mercy whether that distress be wrought by war or by natural phenomena such as tornadoes or floods There has been no deviation from that goa since the Red Cross foundations were laid by Henri Donant anc Clara Barton Ike Knew Red Cross TMy high regard for the L Red Cross was based on my closeup observations of its works on the beachhead in the hospitals in London and Paris and in the field Its concernfor our fighting men was akin to that of parents in an amazing degree It was this sort of thing Im sure that prompted President Eisen bower when at the closing session of the 1953 convention he opened his heart and delivered what tome was the most eloquent tribute to an organization Ive ever heard II was superb There was of course this dif ference between Mr Eisenhower and me with respect to the Rec Cross role in World War I should be the first to acknowledge it I saw only tiny fragments oi the picture he saw it in its en tirety He Was in Earnest For 11 long years at least the President observed in im pressive earnestness I have been trying to ntake the American Red Cross understand how deeply grateful I am for the work that I have seen that I have exper ienced and indeed the kind of work for which I have felt person ally responsible because any commander in the field is re sponsible for the morale of his men That is his business He lives with it No moral factor in wars that America has to wage is more important than the AmericanRed Cross In his opening remarks Ike had flashed that infectious smile for which he is famous But as he moved into his remarks about the Red Cross wholly without notes or manuscript he was solemn of face and serious of voice Contact Recalled For this and many other things he continued I have been trying to say thank you and I have said it But I have the frus trating feeling that I have never really been able to convey the depth of the sentiments in my heart on this particular subject And so I have usually resorted to attempting to tell something of what I saw some little feeble description of what I experienced It struck me almost 11 years ago today when I went to my first Red Cross meeting in London We dedicated a club and the thing that struck me that day was this Everybody in the Red Cross had discovered one great truth of life and is practicing it There is no satisfaction in life except as it is experienced through people Most Share With Others Consider a picture the Presi dent suggested A picture would pall on any one of us eventually no matter who its artist no matter how much we appreciated less we at the very least had the of describing it to someone in whom we were inter CONTINUED ON PACE 2 Sunday Storrn Rocks State By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A gigantic cleanup faced most of Iowa Monday aftei lolent wind rain and hail storms smashed across the state over the weekend leaving two dead and extensive property and crop damage The thunderstorms left hardly a section of the state unscathed Windsup to 100 miles an hour tore through Vaterloo hail shredded corn fields in the northwestern part of Iowa and nearly Wz inches of rain fell during a 45minute storm at Dubuque Sundays squall line that WATERLOO sewers were overtaxed late Sunday when Waterloo was hit by a torrential down pour Highway 20 on the western edge of downtown Wa terloo was flooded after pm Traffic however went through runningboarddeep water 2 Fatalities in Mason City Area Six lowans Killed in Weekend Accidents across the state was the second uch Iowa storm in 24 hours A severe windstormstruck Iowa Ity Saturday night while several housand persons Were watching a ireworks display inthe city park here was considerableterror yhen the lights went out and tree limbs began falling but only two ascs of serious injuries were re ported Dies on Farm Lightning struck and killed lewellyn Hugh Kinman 41 Guth ie Center farmer while he was mtting up hay on his farm Sunday nd Raymond Jameson 51 Nichols armhand while he was attending family reunion at atnrday West Libertv Waterloo was the hardest hit by undajrs storm but hail damage in ie northwestern counties where ew crops were planted after last months floods is expected to run igh Four brick cow barns at the Na onal Dairy Cattle Congress rounds at Waterloo collapsed ien the walls buckled under of hurricane force Two uildings measured 33 by 300 feet nd two others 36 by 106 feet New cars belonging to the lolmes Motor Co were stored in ne of the cow barns and these vcre reported severely damaged the roof fell in There was o livestock in any of the barns Streets Flooded Streets in Waterloo and nearby edar Fallswerelittered with fal en trees some of which had stood or 100 years Many utilitylines ere down cars and homes were am aged by falling trees and limbs hd store fronts were blown in The U SWeather Bureau said he wind blew at 70 to 80 miles an our in Waterloo arid Cedar Falls ith gusts up to 90 and 100 Wayne Byerly 22 was injured when a tree limb f ell on him as he stood watching the storm at hi home in Waterloo Three Waterloo radio stations were off the air due lo power failures and the pouce radio at Cedar Falls alsowas cut off The212foot radio station KNWS Waterloo was blown over causing an estimated dam afternoon canoeists on age Sunday the Cedar River at staged lifeanddeath Cedar Falls struggles to keep from being drowned Four Reinbeck youths clung to a bridge pier after their two ca noes overturned Fire Chief Dick Kennison and Hershel Leibunduth rescued the youths Sam Peterson Eddie Hill Richard Bushka and Paul Weiss Some Damage From Hail By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Olher sections of Iowa other than hc Waterloo area also were lashed by rain and hail storms Sunday Hail cut a swath five miles wide across Osceola County and hun dreds of corn fields were left bare along Highway 9 between Rock Rapids and Ocheycdan Spencer and Sibleyreported severe hail and Little Rock and North English was especially hardhit Six inches a ditch were reported atrGebrge where a wind storm also demolished a garage ownedby Jim Jensen Near Ainsworth inEast Central Iowa a 91yearold Washington bounty landmark burned to the jround whenlightning set fire to he 22room threestory farm home of Milo Janecck Crash Near Mason City Claims One Donald Reynolds 22 former of Mason City and now of Minni apolis was killed when his c went out of control on a countr road nine miles southeast Mason Gity about am Sun day A passenger in the car Donal Lee 22 of 302 14th NAV Maso City was treated for minor ii juries at a Mason City hospit and released Reynolds and Lee had bee celebrating throughout the nigh Lee told Dr Ralph Smiley Cerr Gorclo County coroner They wci traveling on a road past th George A Schepplcr farm foi miles south and five miles eas of Mason City when the car wen over a small rise in the road an began to swerve Authorities reported the c skidded about 500 feet after ing the road knocked down power pole and two trees the went through a fence and over turned Reynolds was pinned be neath the overturned car Scheppler looked out of his bar door in lime to see the car as came to rest in a thicket whic swung the car around stopping i Lee was out and standing in fron of the car when Scheppler arrivec Reynolds and his wife Shirley were visiting over the weekend a the home of her parents Mr anc Mrs Earl Wallers 224 4th NW Other survivors include hi mother Mrs Lynn Reynolds 61 and three sisters Mrs edrge Rheingans of Manly Mrs Donald L Anderson 824 6th NW and Miss Wanda Reynolds of Den ver Funeral services will be held a 2 p m Wednesday Shcckle Funeral Home at Nora Springs Burial will be at the Rock Grov emetefy DONALD REYNOLDS Hogcm Cards 70 Locke Fires 65 CARNOUSTIE Scotland iogan of Fort Worth Tex shot a 0 one under unofficial par in he first qualifying round for the British Open golf championship Monday at Carnoustiels Burnside inks Hogan the U S Open cham non playing before a jammed gallery of some6000 people shot t 32 on the first nine and came n with a 38 Meanwhile Bobby Locke of puth Africa the defending cham ion set a new course record at Burnside with a T rm i i o i TV GIoboGazeUc photo by LObl car drjven hyDonald Reynolds of Minneapolis finally stopped near a clump of trees after skidding some 500 feet after leaving the road Sunday near the George A Scheppler farm home four milessouth and five miles east of Mason City Reynolds was killed when he was pinned beneath the overturned car A passenger Don ald Lee of Mason City escaped with minor injuries f By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Lightning drowning and motor vehicle accidents took the lives of six persons in Iowa over tho 3day Fourth of July weekend In addition a Sioux City man died of injuries received in an auto accident June 30 The toll included another man who died of injuries suffered in a train mishap The dead X Llewellyn Hugh 41 who was struck ami killed by lightning Sunday while putting up hny on his farm hnlC a mile south of Gulhrio Center Leonard Entringer 17 LaMotte farm youth who drowned while swimming with friends in a sand pit two miles north of Bellevuc la Sunday Donald Reynolds 22 Minneap olis who was killed Sunday when his car went out of control nine miles southeast of Mason City Roger Rape 20 and Ervin Piel 17 both of Hubbnnl who were fatally injured Saturday whcu Pnpos motorcycle on which Picl wns a passenger collided with a a car Picl was killed outright and Pnpe died earlyMonday Fred D Phipps 82 Sioux City who died at a Sioux City hospital Saturday of injuries received in a t 2cnr collision in Sioux City 30 Ivan 12 Sioux Citywho drowned Saturdaywhile swlm at astatevpnrk beach four miles southwest of South Sigux City Neb The boy and his par cuts Mr and Mrs Calvin Jones wcro on a Fourth of July picnic when the tragedy occurjed John W Ebberi 79 Mason City who died Saturday of injuries he suffered when struck by n Chica go and North Western switch engine last Fridny Report Rhee Declined FaceSaving Offers Talks With Robertson to Continue ROK Leader Standing Pat SEOUL US has offcre louth Korean President Syngma Rhee a facesaving twopoint com iromisc to win his approval off Korean truce but Rhee so far ha rejected it an authoritative Soul Corean source said Monday A spokesman for the US em bassy failed to say whether sue an offer had been made The South Korean source wh nsisledon anonymity said Rhe is standing pat on his demandt renew the Korean fighting lostarmistice political confercnc ails in 90 days to make headwa on unifying Korea Rhees Demtnds The source a person in author ty told Associated Press Corres pondent Bill Shinn that Rhee lemand is the stumbling block o he 11day talks between Rhee an Assistant Secretary State Wa er S Robertson President Eisen lowers special truce envoy The compromise reportedly pro ides for the US to 1 Agree to join South Korea i valfcing out of the conference i after SO days it had made no pro gross toward peaceful unification of Korea 2 After such a walkout dis cuss on a diplomatic level re umption of the war with the un lerstanding that any action would have to be ratified by the US senate Shinn interviewed the authorita tve source shortly after Robertson emerged from his ninth secret ses ion with Rhee lasting one hour 0 minutes No Comment Robertson declined to indicate vhether he is making headway in icrsuading Rhcc to accept a truce He said only The atmosphere f all our talks has been friendly nd cordial and another meeting vill be held No time was set for the next ession The US has firmly pposed Rhees demand for a guar ntee to renew fighting if unifica ion fails Meanwhile another secret con erence was field in Seoul by Gen laxwcll D Taylor US com mandcr of Allied ground forces in Xorea and his US advisers to tie South Korean Army Some Speculation Despite a US Eighth Army nnouncemnnt that the session wa routine monthly affair there wau peculation they discussed military roblems that would arise if a nice is signed without Rheej uarantec that the 18 ROK divi ions would observe the ceasefire Allied planes stayed on the round Monday and batlJefront ac ion was limited to brief patrol kirmishes as rainstorms lashec Corea from one end to the other For the first time in more than year all Allied planes in Korea weather reconnaissance grounded Four Killed in Crash of C45 SPARTA Wis HI men rcre killed Monday when an Air orce C45 plane crashed into a vamp two miles from the Camp TcCoy Airport after taking off Mowing an unscheduled refueling op July atClear Lake Holiday Death Toll Tops 400 in Nation By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Fourth of July weekend gar nishcd with generally good wcath er brought fun to iolcnt death to more than 400 per ons The nations automobile drivers pparcntly were careful enough to beat the National Safety Councils prediction that 290 persons woulc die in traffic accidents between pm Friday and midnight Sun day local lime But not by much At least 271 persons died in highway and slrcet accidents An other 118 drowned and 45 died itr miscellaneous accidents There wns one fireworks fatality The twoday holiday weekend oil 413 lives was substantially mailer than the C43 recorded for he threeday Independence Day vcekcnd of 1952 Last year trnf ic accidents claimed 366 drown ngs 202 fireworks 2 and misccl ancous 73 FOREST FIRES LOS ANGELES W Southern Californias worst forest fire in 1 years roared unchecked on sev ral fronts Monday after consum ng more Ihan 40000 acres of tim er and brush in Angeles National in the rugged San Gabriel fountains SAME Bltck ling mtunf trafflo deilK in piut 21 rAll About Retailers Defended Imprint Rule Hit by Injunction DES MOINES Judge BringJDiNeedhftm Monday granted a temporary injunction to prevent the state iiom cntorcing the provision of the new colored oleomanra nne law which requires the word oleo to be imprinted four times on each segment The clause whichwaa tempo rarity made ineffective re quires oleomargarine manu facturers to imprint Uio word oleo on each segment of oleo margarine lo bo sold in Iowa Judge Nccdhams decision was based on the possibility that re tnilcrs buying i h c product on faith might be punished because the imprint was not legible A temporary injunction will pre serve the status quo for oleomarga rine manufacturers and make it possibleforthcm to deal with their old customers the ruling said The injury which would flow from statewide enforcement of the imprint paragraph with possible successive penalties and with the possibility ultimately of the final penalty of injunction which will ut the individual dealer out of business would cause irreparable and irremediable injury to thosa various individual dealers in the event this imprintparagraph part of the statute were ultimately held o be unconstitutional Judge Ncedham said The stale will sufferrio such njury if temporarily restrained he added J The enforcementbfi the entire paragraph requiring a legible im print by the manufacturer is re itrainedi The state is expected to contest he ruling on hearing for perman int injunction and it unsuccessful The Weather Mason Cify Fair and cool Mon dtiy night Low Monday night 5L to 56 Tuesday partly cloudy and warmer high 82 to 8G Iowa Fair Monday night cooler cxtiemccast low 48 to 54 north west 54 to CO elsewhere Tues day partly cloudy and a little bighs in Sow and mid 80s Minnesota Fair Monday night Tuesday partly cloudy with a few scatterer light showers north a little warmer cxccpl little change extreme northwest Low Monday night 48 to 53 High Tuesday 78 to 85 GlobeGazette weather data up to I am Monday Maximum 75 Minimum 52 At 8 am 68 Precipitation 87 YEAR AGO Maximum 86 i Minimum 67 IOWA QUEEN POCAHONTAS HVM a r H y n Shonka 18yearold high school senior was enroute Monday to Beach Calif where she will Iowa in the 1953 Miss Universe beauty contest starting July 9 hereonappeal I I ;

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