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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 6, 1953, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home DN CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL L1X Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cento a Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY MARCH 1953 This Paper of Two Mai en ko v Replaces Stalin as Premiei Chance of Armistice in Korean War But Most Experts Not Too Hopeful TOKYO UP Josef Stalins death Friday gave Red Chinas Mao TseTung his great chance for power and offered the antiCom munist world a glimmering hope of negotiated peacein Korea Far Eastern observers were gen erallyagreed that Mao would de mand and get a bigger role in directing Communist strategy in Asia Wanted Truce It long has been speculated by Allied officials here that China wanted a Korean truce but was forced by the Kremlin to block an armistice agreement and continue the war There has been solid evidence of Chinese popular discontent over carrying the burden of Russias gamble in Korea Few official or unofficial experts1 on the Peiping regime expected any immediate dramatic change J in the Communists Korean strate gy But some observers believed that the chances of a Communist decision to end the war would be greater with the Chinese exercising larger authority in world Com munist councils Small Minority Only a small minority of diplo1 mats here foresee a direct Titoist challenge to the Kremlins rule by the peasantborn intellectual who jrules Chinas 400 millions Mao is stilldependent on Russia for military and technical assis tance and trade Hecould be ruth lessly crushed if Moscow found it necessary r ButtHere have been many indi cations that he already is assert ing the traditional Chinese demand for equality yilh a Russian junior to him in the move ment occupying the Kremlin this demand for equal partnership will be forcefully presented China ex perts here predict i American Homes to Be Destroyed LAS VEGAS Nev make believe American family in a typi cal American home will be atom blasted on St PatricksDay in the first of a new series of U S nucle ar tests The home will be the genuine article but the family father1 moltier and two children will be mannikins They will gauge the ef fect of a predawn explosion set off from a high steel tower on a home made as nearly like the av erage American residence as pos sible Two identical houses have been built for the March 17 blast one a half mile from the explosion cen ter the other a mile and a half BULLETIN WASHINGTON ad ministrations toplevel advisory committee on the TaftHartley Act collapsed Friday after a break between industry and la bor members HURLEY KIMBLEY Use Tear Gas to Rout Man After Threats Tear gas was used bythe Cerro Gordo County sheriff andjiis depu ties to rout Hurley Red Kimbley 39 from his home at Rock Falls Thursday evening The sheriff was called after Mrs Kimbley reported that her husband was threatening her and their two children with a gun Kimbley was in the Cerro Gordo County jail Friday and Sheriff Cal Dwan said he would file charges after conferring with Robert H Shepard the county attorney Kimbley surrendered to Sheriff Dwan and Deputies Bill McGUr Duane Mayfield and Frank Way chus after they had fired one tear gas shellinto the Kimbley home which is located about a half mile west of Rock Falls Intoxicated Condition The ruckus started about Thursday evening when Kimbley returned home from Rock Falls in an intoxicatedcondition Officers said that Kimbleys wife Marjorie told them thai her husband began quarreling with her and her two children Marjorie Joan Brown 17 and Stanley Brown 18 Mrs Kimbley told officers that she went to Rock Falls to get a friend of Kimbleys in an attempt to quiet Kimbley The attempt failed Then Mrs Kimbley said friends and relatives tried to talk to Kimbley That failed too Then according to sheriffs offi cers Kimbley threatened to take anyone who comes into the house including the sheriff The two chil dren slipped out of the house while neighbors and relatives were talk ing to Kimbley They told officers that their stepfather had threat ened theni too Empty Shotgun Officers later found an empty 12 gauge shotgun lying on the Kimbley bed Stanley who owned the gun told authorities that he had had two shells for the gun They were not found An oddity turned up during the ruckus Mrs Kimbley told officers that the window her husband used to escape the tear gas was one they had been unable to open all winter CROP CHAIRMAN DBS M01NES J 0 Nel son Des Moines ekeculive secre tary of the Iowa Council of Church es has been named chairman of the state CROP committee Congress Alarmed on Ammunition Shortage WASHINGTON James A Van Fleet has booted the Armys lid of secrecy off the hushhush talk of ammu nition shortages in the alarm reverberated in CongressFriday The Senates armed services committee wants to know if planners are responsible for shortages which according to Van Fleet have included even hand grenades needed for close in mountain fighting No Shortages However the Armys chief of information Maj Gen Floyd Parks told newsmen later Penta gon records showed no handgren ade shortages in Far East depots Parks did not discount possible lo cal shortages due to distribution difficulties but said there were enough grenades stocked to last 90 days under normal conditions At the peak of fighting last fall Parks said Allied artillery out fired the Reds five to one In Seoul Gen Mark Clark UN Far East commander said there had always been enough ammuni tion we needed to shoot any quantity He said there had been a ration ing of certain types of artillery ammunition and observed that there is always a shortage in Battleship Again Shells Communists SEOUL Korea Bat tleship Missouri defying Red shore batteries for the second day in a row sailed into Wonsan har bor Friday to blast Communist shore installations with her big guns At same time waves of Air Force Thunderjets and Marine Pantherjets touched off huge fires and explosions in an attack on a troop concentration south of Wonsan art east coastport The relays of bombers de stroyed one building damaged nine and set off two secondary explosions As I made an orbitover the target ka building that we had bombed started burning like mad with all kinds of flak coming out said Capt Melville D Hart Jr of 1302 Madison St Manito woc Wis Other fighterbombers slashed roads and rail fines the minds of the people who want to shoot it The Eighth Army has enough ammunition to stop any allout of tensive by the enemy he added Called Shocking Van Fleets testimony Thursday shocking by two law so much inter est that he was asked to appeal again Friday before the Setiates armed service and appropriations committees Sen Byrd DVa heard Van Fleets testimony and then wrote a letter to Secretary of Defense Wilson demanding an explanation and asking who was responsible Byrd said To me such a situa tion extending over 22 months rep resents criminal inefficiency Sen Hunt DrWyo said the com mittee wants to know who is re sponsible for shortages the mili tary planners those allocating steel to munitions makers or Con gress in its military appropria tions FOUR SCENES INLIFE OF STALINHere arefour from the f Ja Russian dictator right meets with Lenin in 1922 Lower left WAFhKlementi Voroshilov who had been mentioned as his successor iii Ean M1Kalinin presidentofthesupreme presidium in 1944 Lower right Stalin confers with MolotoyduringYalta conference in 1945r V Hoegh Calls for Enforcing Liquor Laws DES MOINES L Atty Gen Leo A Hoegh told more than 1200 local officials in letters Friday the enforcement of liquor and beer control laws can and must be improved Lack of uniformity in obedience to our liquor and beer laws is un fair obnoxious and illegal and cannot be tolerated the letter said Separate letters went to the 99 county attorneys 99 sheriffs 99 county boards of supervisors and 932 mayors Not Prompted Hoegh said the letters were not prompted by any unusual number of complaints about laxity of en forcement I believe the local law enforce ment officers have a right to know how a new officer stands Hoegh told newsmen in distributing copies of the letters Hoegh became attorney general about a month ago on appointment by Gov William S Beardsley Hoeghs predecessor Robert L Larson whom Bcardsley appointed a justice of the Iowa Supreme Court said shortly before he left the attorney generals office that in effect some Iowa communities had local option on liquor laws He went on to explain that enforce ment varied greatly among the communities i DifficultTask In reference to his requirements of uniformity in enforcement Hoeghs letter said I recognize that this is a diffi cult task but it can b6 accom plished by all of us working to gether 1 Law enforcement is a local re sponsibility and rightfully so I am convinced that enforcement can be attained by local authori ties vigorously doing so working together with the full cooperation of this department Juke Box King Is Assassinated HAMMOND Ind Assassins bullets Thursday night cut down Dennis Kelly 42yearold kingpin of a Jolict 111 juke box operation and a union official writing a gang land finish to an ambush attempt that failed in 1947 Kellys body was found in a pool of blood beside his automobile at a southside Hammond intersection Police found no witnesses but said a motorist reported seeing a car speed from the scene headed for Illinois s He was the second Kelly brother wiped out in gory underworld fash ion Leahm Kelly then 36 was shot to death in Joliet by a gunman in 1946 Dennis was business agent of Local 714 the AFL Bartenders Hotel Employes and Restaurant Employes Union of Joliet Dennis and Leahm along with a third1 brother Glenn ran a juke box business that covered Will County 111 Glenn is listed as presi dent of the Automatic Coin Machine Co of Joliet and Dennis was known as an operator for the concern A fourth brother Slang Kelly owns a Joliet liquor store butreportedly is notf connected with the juke box business rAII About The Weather Mason City Mostly fair and cold increasing cloudiness and snow Iowa Saturday cloudy wiUi occa sional snow and not so cold Minnesota Saturday cloudy with occasional snow GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Friday 18 8 10 Maximum Minimum At 8 a m Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 2 In Snow 2L 18 Takes Over Vast Communist Empire BULLETIN LONDON George Maximilianovich Malenkoy was named premier of the Soviet Union Friday to replace Josef Slalin The Moscow Radio also announced that Marshal Klementi Voroshilpv had been appointed chairman of Soviet Presidium in place of Nikolai Shverniki This is equiv alent to the presidency of the Soviet Union The broadcast added that LP Beria V M MolotoV Nikolai Bulganin and Lazar M Kagonovich have been ap pointed deputy chairmen of the Council of Ministers n r1 i MOSCOW Soviet citizens by the thousands filed past the bier of Prime Minister Josef V Stalin Friday inlast trib ute Lines waiting to enter the beautiful Hall of Columns to view the body extended for miles into the suburbs women and children an cren su i fled slowly into the hall in the Kremlin four days Moscows House of Trade Unions strick tricken Death came at p pm cst and was Man of STALIN AND HIS TOWERThis picture Premier Josef Stalin who died Thursday night with the Spassko tower of the Kremlin in the background The photograph was taken in 1947 Death of Premier Delivers Commies Into State of Fear Army May Get Control Moscows House of Trade Unions on Red Square They entered 16 LSI anu was an abreast and then formed into colnounced to the Russian umn of twos to climbthe stairs to eight hours later Stalin laKpara the hall where the body lies ll The slow procession will continue all night and perhaps Saturday and the day after that and even the ddy after that Therewas no hint asto whV succeed ti6rled he pleA for29 years and called the plays for the i fivor Rnf vwi rp J i Mil t The Soviet manof steel who ver a statementfrom 1 j i f TIO MM 2 J f ALZ1 By WILLIAM L RYAN AP ForeignNews Analyst Josef Stalins death apparently has delivered the leadership of the Soviet Communist party into a state of cold fear It may drive the vast nation toward a virtual military dictatorship The party and state apparatuses in announcing the death of Stalin declared the partys most im portant taskwould be the indoc trination of all workers in high political vigilance against intcrmii and foreign enemies oi the USSR Voice of Fear This is the voice of fear The party knew Stalin was old that be was bound to die but the fact of his death still is a profound shock not only to the politicians running the government but to the entire nation And such a shock can lead to dire consequences In losing Stalin the Communist parly lost its symbol of unassail able power The man or men taking over after Stalin may find it necessary a deal with the Soviet order to retain power to make army in Thus while the party siil may rule in name the nation could find itself moving in the direction of a virtual military dictatorship Deference to Army Much deference was shown the army in the communique report ing Stalins death The communi que still made the army care fully it would to the Commtmlst party this Time Off iclal T worlds newspapers hod unofficially killed off Joseph SlaJin five times since1926 The press reports also had him deposed in 1930 suffering from a 1929 lhc brintof rftirine because of ill health in Stalins first death was through assassination according to British newspapers of 1926 Four years later Latvian newspapers had him murdered in Moscow In October 1945 the Russian embassy in Paris had to issue emphatic denials reports he was dead Three years later Embassy officials in London retorted nonsense to similar reports in Berne Switzerland papers The last report was in 1949 when the Red chief was supposed to have died of a heart attack ike Resolution Against Enslavement Put on Shelf WASHINGTON Congress put the Eisenhower ad ministrations proposed blast against Russian enslavement of other peoples on the shelf Friday amid signs itmay never e revived in its present form Some lawmakers predicted he cold war move by Secretary of Dulles will be abandoned But Sen Alexander Smith RNJ said he wasworking on a proposal to have Congress declare that the Russians had enslaved other peoples without mentioning Yalta and other agreements at all Sen Gillette DJowa has had Jie sameidea in mind Smith saidthe Dullessponsored resolution is going in the cooler vith the approval of State Depart ment aides ifnot Dulics himself Figuring In the decision to de lay action on the resolution con demning the Sovietswas death of Premier Stalin Slight Oversight of Cab Bll MILBRAE Calif Taxi driver Edward Joss said a man climbed into his cab in Portland Ore and instructed curtly Drive me to San Mateo Ill pay you when we get there But when they stopped at a gas station here Thursday nigmVabou five miles from San the nimble 6 foot 7 inch passenger fled Joss told police the passenger neglected to pay his bill of for the 600 mile ride Can Work Inside Heart Reveals New Heart Surgery CHICAGO Boston surgeon Friday described a strikingly simple heart surgical technique that has enabledhim to open up and work inside the human heart while its escaping blood is trapped and held in a rubber well Dr Robert E Gross reported he has kept a heart open as long as 2 hours and 5 minutes while patching or sewing up holes in a main blood chamber Writing in the Journal of the American Medical Association he told hovt the operation was used on seven children suffering from inter auricular scptal defects a reason ably common congenital heart dis order Four the children later died In a normal heart a wall scp arates the left andright auricles chambers that received the return flow of jfrom the veins In these cases however the childrenwere born withlarge or small openings in the wall1 This leakage greatly increased the amount of blood flowing through the right side of the heart present ing the threat of heart failure and death Dr Gross described the tech nique as follows He constructed a svell a coneshaped rubber container open at both ends After exposing the hearts by surgery he sewed the small mouth of the cone firmly to the wall of the heart chamber and then cut through the wallblockingthe bottom opening of the cone Blood pressure caused blood in the chamber to rise up into the well However normal gravity Each patientreceived by trans fusion an amount of blood equa to that which rose up into thewell The blood in the well was kept fluic by the addition of hcparin solution anticlotting chemical1 These experiments demonstra ted that the human heart can bekept open technique for considerableperiods and that the and thorough yzed d in deepfcoma at the limn n llfi mng the jiauuu s ncreased vigilance at tighter bonds with abroad In Washington Meantime m the Eisenhower administrationJFridays topsecret psycholog ical Communism in an ilalize on TStalhVs j a nti whipped into I k I VV GEORGIfMALENKOV ter Moscow announced that Stalin was gravely ill and way f These sources ol the project But they revealed itii designed to exploit theconfusion i w the satelUtesin eastern Asia and Moscow President Eisenhower and his cabinet planned an urgent review of key U S domestic and foreigaJ policy programs to prepare the aa1 tion for any1 eventuality might flow from Stalinsdeatti l At this stage there As no pros pect of whether policies of Stalin will be pursued f In late hearse left the St Spassky gate in the Kremlin While thousands assemj bled in RedSquare to see moved to and 3 surrouodediSit Russians J aimospnenc pressure prevented rr t r t SSiX S The processions for those wishing A JlS continue the funeral A rommiqiinn ;