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August 28, 1952

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 24

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24 Aug. 28, 1952 Moon Oily Globt-fiorUr, Muson t'ltjr, In. linn 30,000 war prisoners held by) he U.N. have said they dwi'l w a n t ] KO hack to Communism. The second was a message to the Corcnn people in the Red Chinese {ovcriinicnt organ, Peoples Daily. The message, which also was roi(lcasi by the government radio, said the Chinese and North Koreans had built up sufficient! strength to lick the U.N. forces in| Corca and added (hat they had f u l l ; Inssiiin "sympathy." II seemed to adl up to a waning to the North Koreans that they could not pull out now, und a liHod reminder that the North orcans were not running the war --at least their end of It. AT ANNAPOLIS -- Charles Van Ry ha* entered the U. S, Naval Academy at Annapolis, Md,, as a midshipman in the freshman class. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Marinas Van Ry, 1716 Pennsylvania S. E. A 1951 graduate of Mason. City High Sttool, ho also attended the State University of Iowa. Trygve Lie Still Hopefu of Armistice By UNITED PRESS Trygve Lie, tho United Nations determinedly -cheerful .secretary general*, still holds out hope for a Korean armistice "at any moment." His, Indeed, is a voico in the wilderness. O n ^ the surface, there scorns no cause for optimism either for a quick truco in Korea 'or lor a change Jn the Russian-generated cold war. Marine whoso friend dies in his arms on Korea's Bunker Hill hnsn'l heard of any armistice. Nor do more than 2,500 rounds of Communist artillery and mortar flro pouring Into Marino positions In a space of 24 hours seem to bo tokens of good will. . But wo are quick to grasp at straws. · A ;fo\v days ago, North Korea's premier and commnhdor-ln-chlof Kim 7 Il Sung, broadcast that the Korean Communists would bo willing to sign a truce ending the two year-old war. The momentary uplift overlooked past experience, Wo have been getting various Communist "good will" suyges tlons since 1945, until now they are up to* hero. One of tho last roa meaty 1 ones came in , 'June, ' 1051, vhen Russia's Jacob Malik suggested on a UN- sponsored broad cast that wo and the North Koreans «hould get into an armistice discussion. ' However, two points made Kim's latest' broadcast appeal for tin . armistice academic. Oho was that he conliiiuacl to demand return of all war prisoners, t despite tho fact that more Net International Minerals Sales Up 28 Per Cent CHICAGO--Net sales of · Interim- Jonnl Minerals Chemical C'or- potntlcm for the 32 months ended Jwm 30, 3.952, wero $84,570,447, compared with $(:,257,447' for Hie re.spoDiJIiij; JK-nionlli p e r i o d ended Juno 30, 1951--an increase of 28 per cent, according to prelim* nary figures released, by Louis Ware, president. Net earnings for the VI months ended .fune :!0, 1052, wero $0,053,,! 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