The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 21, 1952 · Page 23
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August 21, 1952

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 23

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Soys Thailand Is Best Friend of U, S. in Asia J Thailand---or. Siam, if you prefer its centuries-old name--is Uncle Sam's best friend on the Asian continent.'' '·;·;.·: -: . ;·····.'·:· ·'... i ·.'.', , Maj. John- J, (Jack) Burnett, recently returned from · some, two years o£ advisory service in Thailand, Malaya and Indo-China, is the holder of this opinion, expressed: Wednesday noon in an informal report to the Mason City Lions Club meeting in the Hanford. The. situation in Malaya ami Indo-China, he explained, is com plicated by the opposition to coloni zation and imperialism inherent in the people. Malaya is dominatct by the British, Indo-China by the French. C a s h . I n On I m p e r i a l i s m I n ' both places Communists, op crating in close co-operation will Mao Tse-limg of China if not actu ally under his immediate direction arc cashing; in oh the imperialisrr issue as well ; as on poverty eondi tions among the masses, according to the Mason Cityan. While providing ·military an economic support to the British ii Malaya and the French in Indo China, America's ' representative emphasize the prospect of indepen dence for the natives when th present, tenseness caused by Com . iminist aggressions .has been cnt cd. Thailand has an indepcnden status already. Although Chiang Kai-shek, for jner Nationalist leader in China, i not without friends in the neighboi ing states to the south, his rivn and: successor as chief politica leader has a large personal foilow ing which is not to be discounted i ^peculating -on the future of tha area, in the opinion of the Ai Force officer. Praise for Flyers , ' Maj. Burnett, who was assigne to southeastern Asia while at Sc fridge Air Base in Michigan soo after the Korean police actio opened in 1950, had high praise fo the fighting qualities of the Asian and for their aptitude as flyers. While there is something of a hostility t o w a r d Occidents throughout southeastern Asia, a cording to the lowan, the "Asia fo Asiatics" idea promoted by tl Japanese during the war mac scant progress. The disposition one Asian country to co-opera the Mason City Legionnaires, and Charles H. Weaver, South iScna, Ind., associated with the Studebaker Corporation. C- £· Oilman presided and Fritz Beck introduced the speaker. IN KOREA--Pvt. Eugene L, Myers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Myers of Ricevilie, is serving with the U.S. military advisory group at Tiagut, Korea. The group assists the Republic of Korea Army in training and organization. Pvt. Myers does administrative work in the group's adjutant general section. Pvt. Myers, a former student at Ihe Hamilton School of Commerce in Mason City, entered the Army Jan. 14, 1952. He was graduated from Elma High School,in 1949. His wife, Arlyss, works in Mason City. Mitchell 4 H Girls Earn Blue Ribbons OSAGE--4-H Club girls' booths receiving blue ribbons at the Mitchell County Fair Wednesday were those of Liberty, Enst Cedar, Sta-l cyville and Burr Oak Townships. Winners of blue ribbons in the junior division. included Wilma Freebury of East Lincoln, Phyllis Eske, Rock; Jean Iluddleston of Wayne for their skirts; Sherl Ann Moore of Mona for her 'darned sock; Jean Wilde of East Cedar and Sheri Ann Moore of · Monn Tor their scarves; Mclba Funte of Jenkins, Margaret Dantorth of Liberty and Beverly Adams of Stacyville for their aprons; Phyllis Eske oi Rock ami Judy Brown of Slncyville for'their blouses and Oarleno Moil- nep, East Cudnr; Linda Law, Jonkins; Carmen Penny, Liberty, and Margaret Danforth, Liberty, for their sewing boxes. city ai«b«-G»«*tu, MIM city. i. Aug. 21, 1952 THOMPSON--Philip Hunan, son Of Mr, and Mrs. Art Hauan, will teach' band at Ppmeroy this year. Philip was grnduated from Drake University ' at DCS Moiues last spring and has been'summer band instructor at Pomeroy. vith others is distinctly limited oo, he added. At the end of his rather extended tour of duty in the Far East, Maj. Burnett next month will report to he University of Nebraska in Lincoln where he becomes a professor o£ air tactics in the military dc- ,-li larlmenl. '- ~~~ Arlington E. Smith, long identi- 'icd with the clothing business in Mason City, was elected into membership in the club. Dick Bailey, newest member, was introduced to ;he club. Guests included Dick- Morgan, catcher and manager of CREAM BUTTER Now Washington Italian Prunes -purple beauties -- and juicy Bartleff pears are fresh in the market ... , be sure and put up plenty! PEAR HONEY 4 cups finely chopped Washington Bartlett pears 3 cups sugar Delightful with toast and on sandwiches Juice of one orange Crated rind, on* orange Vt ftp. nutmeg Pare, core, chop and measure firm, ripe Bartlett pears. 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