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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 25, 1953, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETT E THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES A L I N 0 R T H IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LIX Assouialed Press and United Press Full Lcaso Wires Seven Cents a Copy Final MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JULY 25 This 1apor Consists o Two No 247 etails Completed for Truce Leo EIthon Will Run for ReElection DECISION MADEHis decision made to run for selection as Leo Elthon of Fertile left jokes with his friend and adviser Leon Barnes publisher of the Northwood Anchor The two wereenjoying the perfect summer evening on the lawn of the Ted Wolfram cottage at Ventura where the annual stag party of the Asso ciation for the Preservation of Clear Lake was being held Friday evening Blood Clot Ends Life of Bible Quoting Sen Tobey lr m i r MemBer of Probers Into U S Crime t WASHINGTON blood clot in hisheart Jookthe life of Sen Charles W Tobey the fiery New Hampshire Republican who used a ready store of Bible quotations to fight crime or anything else he opposed Friday night just two days after his 73rd birthday Tobey died at the nearby Bethesda Md Naval Hospital of coronary thrombosis He had suffered an attack in his office Friday afternoon Lauded by Kefauver There will never be another Sen Tobey said Sen Kefauver who headed the Crime Investigating Committee on which Tobey served His outstanding contribution on the committee will be remembered around the nation Kefauver add ed People always responded to him after his stern lectures The death wipes out the Repub lican majority in the Senate but New Hampshires Gov Hugh Gregg a Republican is expected to name a Republican to fill the vacancy The Senate lineup now stands 47 Republicans 47 Democrats and one Independent Wayne Morse of Ore gon Tobeys green eyeshade to pro tect him against the glare of tele vision his way of dress ing down accused racketeers with words from the Bible and the almost a trademark of the Kefauver Committees 1951 investigations Pleads for Religion The committee dug into bigtime gambling underworld alliances and vice conditions in cities from coast to coast Tobey who said the probe showed racketeering was a na tional disease once interrupted a hearing to plead with tears streaming down his face for a re turn to religion But the peppery senator could be harsh if he felt the occasion demanded He once told a railroad executive to cut out the hunk another time denounced fat ONLY ment vicecommander of the Iowa American Legion Robert H Lounsberry of McCallsburg is the only announced candidate for state commander for this coming year The Iowa Legion in its 35th annual conven tion that gets underway August 3 at Waterloo will elect its new commander to succeed Donald E Johnson of West Branch About and and sleek lobbyists with round beads and round bottoms DATE19522M The Weaiher Mason City Partly cloudy warmer Saturday night and Sun day Iowa Fair to partly cloudy warm and humid Minnesota Considerable cloudi ness occasional showers GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Saturday Maximum 83 Minimum 69 At 8 a m 74 Ike Bn Spot on Lowering Movie Tax Makes Announcement at Ventura Stag Party By THORJ JENSEN VENTTJRArLt Gov Leo Elthou will be a candidate for reelection next year That decision was made around the family table at Fer tile this week Elthon revealed to his friends here late Friday evening at the stag party of the Association for the Preser vation of Clear Lake His announcement was receive with some surprise because he ha been mentioned prominently as prospect for Governor The pre pared statement said only I sai two years ago that I wanted to b a good lieutenant governor for th people of Ioua and I still feet tha way When reminded that he had bee considered a strong contender i the race for Governor he an swered Certainly 1 had considered run ning for Governor Many of m friends had asked me to do so Bu I discussed it with my family an realized then that I will have thre children in college next year Heavy Expense Considering the i n e v i t b 1 j heavy expense of running for Gov crnor next year I decided that th important thing was to send th children to college Friends of the Worth County man amplified that statement by point ing out that William H Nicholas Mason City and William S Lynes Waverly speaker of the Iowa House of Representatives in the last two sessions already have an iiounced Governor Both are WASHINGTON Eisenhower president was put sqviarely on the spot Saturday by Congress pas the 20 thcatei repeal movie sage of a bill r to per cent tax on tickets If he signs the bill the stimaled net loss in federal revenue will be 100 million dollars a year and other industries may ask for simi lar tax relief If he vetoes it he will be reject ing a bill which won support of top Republicans such as Acting Senate Leader Knowland of Cali fornia and Sen Millikin chairman of the conference of ail GOP senators The House and Senate which acted Friday passed it by over whelming voice votes But neither took a roll call tally to show wheth necessary twothirds to a veto could be mus won his biggest r the override tered The President legislative fight of the session so far with a plea that the excess profits tax on business must be extended six months to provide 800 million dollars of additional revenue to fight the federal de ficit Knpwland and Millikin said in ntcrviews they did not know what Eisenhower would do They said the matter had not been discussed at White House conferences in volving Jegislatiye leaders How ever the Treasury has opposed the bill Department from the northern part of In Iowa makitiga a fourth consecutive term and number of other potential cahdl dates have been mentioned These include Dudley Weible Forest City Iowav commander o the American Legion in Secretary State MelvinD Syn horst and Kenneth A Evans Em erson who was in the threeman race for Governor in the 1952 maries i Such a large field of candidate makes a long and expensive cam paign a certainty it was pointed out particularly ifthe fight shouk go into convention a likely possi bility r Governors Race The presence of Nicholas Lynes and Weible at the stag party on the Ted sparked the talk abput the race for Governor There was little talk however about the U S Senate race nexl year although Rep Thomas K Martin Iowa City already an an nounced candidate to oppose Sen Guy Gillette also was making the rounds at theparty The Dorcas Society of Redeemer Lutheran Church served 365 visi iors at the buffet supper in the Town Hall The guest list included a iargc percentage of the state elcc live officers and legislators and in addition dozens of lobbyists The lobbyists have discovered hat membership in the Associa ion for the Preservation of Clear Lake and payment of the assess ment for the party is sufficient to make them part of the host group With v so largea percentage of Iowas important political figures n attendance that is an oppor tunity that the lobbyists appreciate Elthon mingled with the crowd hroughout the evening Most of those present were his friends and practically all of them know him yvell of course Allies Sweat Out Armistice CENTRAL FRONT Korea The faint beginnings of a cautious live and let live attitude could be detected along this war devastated sector of Korean battle line Satur day It combined extra vigilance with reluctance to stir up the Commu nists more than necessary Shooting dropped off here al though the Reds continued to at tack in the West But even as the fighting dwindled tension mounted fed on the realization that American soldiers ordeal regardless truce agreement is That ordeal will last face one of when announced be the final the hours of the war after the agree ment at Panmunjom is signed and the actual ceasefire goes into ef fect 12 hours later For more than a month the Eighth Army has had siandby or ders in the hands of frontline com just what the troops will do during that final 12 hour period A single word will put those or ders into full effect The details arc classified but in general they will probably call off all offensive action by the Allies unless the Com munists attack or obviously pre pare to attack Some American commanders are worried however about what may happen if the interval be tween the Panmunjom agreement and the formal signing is long de as much as 24 hours or two days or so That would leave front units In the position of having the war end ed for ail intents and yet with no formal ceasefire to stop the killing or to guarantee against a lastminute Red as sault It would put many commanders in the awful position of sending out patrols at the risk of death or in jury to their risking an even more ruinous surprise attack by some erichard Communist storm troops grasping fanatically for one last victory Most frontline infan try platoons on the ra dios and would pick up thefirst news broadcast that Allied and Communist delegations had agreed to sign a truce at Panmunjom If no orders followed to play it cool infantrymen would face death in the last hours Czechs Crash to Freedom Over Border MUNICH Germany A home made armored car so clevcrlj built that it fooled Czech border guards crashed through the Iro Curtain Saturday bringing seven people1 to safety in the West Bavarian border police said a 31 yearold Czech mechanic his wife arid their two small children two Czech soldiers and a civilian man roared across to freedom near WaldMuenchen in Southern Bavaria They asked asylum They first reported the vehicle to be a tank but said later it was beautifullybuilt armored car with tank treads so well done that they had assumed it was a Czech army tank If was decked willv foliage as camouflage and as through the barbed it rammed wire barrier near WaldMuenchen a Czech army patrol he a v it y armed cUitiOpenrmouUied They ap entlyj it Czech YJC morcd v o co ri n a is s aft i ejfci r hjl a theirjfjre A GermmV border 5 clined to giye the names ofuny of the occupants They were taken to Cha rn nea j and turned over to U S Army intelli gence officials In such cases ref ugees are not permitted to talk with outsiders until interrogaUpi is completed Sports Bulletin CEDARRAPIDS of Mason City and Mrs Fred Nydle of Ottumwa were all even at the halfway mark Saturday in the Iowa womens golf championship fi nals Mrs the former Ann Casey had a margin of 2 up the end of the 6th hole but that was her peak advantage LOST CHILD POyNDLiiKlvDaloy is shown parents Mr and Mrs Ernest Daley of near Dixon who wandered from the family farm home and was found hours later in a nearby field More than 100 Boy Scouts participated in the search for the missing child Loses Confidence Vote University of Illinois President Is Ousted CHAMPAIGN 111 of Illinois Presi dent George D Stoddard resigned after losing a vote of con fidence from the board of trustees an official source re vealed Saturday The rariemember board voted six to jJiree Friday night Hint did not h Sjoddard called Iffuind Informed Of the v dt e He signed a n d his resignation was accepted imme diately by thc boar d the source said STODDARD The Confidence vote was taken on n motion by H a ro 1 d Vjiqd Grange of Chicago The meeting lasted untilpast midnight Grange was nri allAmerican football play er at the school President Stodciard a psycholo gist served as dean of the gradu ate college at the University of Iowa before moving on the head ship of New York States system of higher education a years or so ago From here he was called to his present position Beauty Queens Get Good Dunking Two Iowa queens and five queen candidates received a good dunking Saturday noon when Andersons alanr sailboat cap slied on Clear Lake Anderson one of t h states best known sail masters took the girls aboard his craft for the benefit of WOI television cam eras i About 100 from shore nearthe fish hatchery the boat overturned in a brisk wind Noone was Injured however as Bill Nicholas Jr and Ed Mel cher ih motor launches accom panying the sailboat picked them up In short order The two queens aboard were Miss Caroline Hill Cedar Falls Miss Iowa of 1952 and Miss Barbara Breheny Clear Lake Miss Iowa Press Photographer The 1953 Miss Iowa candidates on the boat included Miss Joy Ann Denton Des Molnes Miss M a r yy Hartley Winterset and Miss Dawn Pontius representing Story County The other girls were not identified 1 xrrvrrv I mnn nrm CilODCGazclto phOfo ly SIllMC CANDIDATES FOR MISS contenders for the title of Miss Iowa to be G Qfl OT T nlm A J m ftr i y JL tJ utii IJL oriyjui JVZ cl n U Jl Dawn Pontius Story City Winifred Spohn Newton Roberta Mclntire Fairfieid k Nancy Robinson Humboldt M A f t Miriam Hassan Southwest Iowa Shirley Harms Iowa Arms Ban Imposed on Troops Armistice Could Be in Hours BULLETIN PANMUNJOM Korea Sunday Korean mey signed by Monday or be fore A forecast from one reliable source said the signing tenta tlvely had been scheduled for 2 p m Sunday 11 p m Saturday There was no official con firmation PANMUNJOM per sonnel bending for Korcn from Japan were ordered to give up arms nncl ammunition at Tokyos Tachikawa Airport Saturday night amid mounting reports that a Ko rean Inico may bo signed within a mallei of hours An important announcement ex pected from Gen Mark Clarks Tokyo headquarters was delayed at the last minute without explana tion Could Announce There was no hint as to what the announcement would be but Clnrk might announce the time for signing an armistice halting more than three years of bloodshed Allied and Communist liaison of ficers who mot five times at m unjoin Saturday were reported to havo wrapped up final details of a truce and completed plans for the signingceremonies Exact arrangements for the sign ing woro top secret but informed quarters indicated original plans for the top military commanders of both sides to appear at Pnn numjom have been changed and the Inico negotiators will sign id slend There was no explanation for order Banning arms and ammuni tion aboard Koreabound planes but it was an order which would be given if a ceasefire hod been agreed upon The order came from com mancler of the 374thTroop Carrier Wing and presumably came from higher up Revised plans for the truce sign ing reportedly call for the senior armistice negotiators Lt Gen William K Harrison Jr for the U N Command and North Korean Gen Nam 11 for the to sign the truce and put it Into force It would halt the fighting within 12 hours Sign at Headquarters The top military commanders Gen Mark Clark North Korean Marshal Kim I Sung and Chinese Gen Peng sign at their respective headquarters later No reason was given for the re ported change in plans but Korean sources said Friday Kim might not Lull Shattered SEOUL Sunday unusual 12 hour lull in the fighting on Korean Central Front was shat tered by a series of Chinese bat talion attacks against American and South Korean troops I a t Saturday night and Allied artil lery roared back into action Front line dispatches said abouf 3000 Reds took part in assaults northeast of Kumhwa pivotal Allied position on the East Central Front The Battalion hir af 11 pm after heavy artillery against t h US 3rd Division about B miles northeast of Kumhwa Falls Connie Vcr Hoef Sheldon travel to Panmnnjom which could account for the reported change in arrangements There were reports that Kim the ruler of North Korea had ousted iroRussian Korean Reds from his Cabinet and replaced with Koreans whose first loyalty is to Communist China There were other reports from Kim himself had been purged These were dis counted but Korean sources agreed he probably was having political troubles at home U S Ambassador Ellis O Briggs delivered a new message from Secretary of Stale Dulles to South Korean President Syngman Rhee Saturday It answered a message from Rhee asking what the United States would doif apostarmistice pblit ical conference fails to insure Ko reas unification and demanding IT SKorcan security pact   

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