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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 4, 1950, Mason City, Iowa                                NOtTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER fOK THi HOMf N CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TNI MIWSPAMI THAT MAKII ALL NORTH IOWANS YOU LVn mm tmt IWM FMM fMtt MASON CITY IOWA NOVEMBCK 4 TbU ConiliU of Two NfcBt Estimate 6 Chinese Divisions Oppose UN Plan Heavy Guard for TrumaiiTrip President Attends Funeral of Slain White House Man Washlncton Tru man took off Saturday at P mC ST for St Louisand his only major 1950 political cam paign address V An heavy guard was on hand for the departure and their daugh ter Margaret rode along the guarded route to the airport tosee the president off f Except for the guard precau tionsthere was no solemnity abou leavetaking The president was the Center1 of a laughing intimate group who were AcOngratulatihi Secretary of the Treasury Johi Snyder s whose daughters Drucie now Mrs John Horton gave birth to an 81 pound daughter i The usual number of aides flew with the president i Alerted by Wednesdays assassi nation attempt the secret service pressed all available federal state arid local peace officers into serv ice to protect Mr Truman here and inMissouri Thepresident and Truriian attended funeral services at 10 a m Saturday morniDg for Police Private Leslie Coffelt who was wounded in the armedat tack on their BlairHouse Jresi dence by two Puerto Rican na Heixspeaks at 9 oclock CST Saturday night in Kiel auditorium where he climaxedbis 1948 Give election campaign with fighting Saturday night political City iusinessmanr than 43 years difediiniaaocar hospital Fri day evehingifplloWing tari illness Hadbeen a paft Swjft clean ers and launderers business iCenteri Nebr The City from packed cheering The general public was excluded port Service Washington for the takeoff and from for the landing The white house an that only reporters and photographers accompanying the president to Missouriin a coinr merciallychartered plane will be permittedon the Illinois field Police Chief Jeremiah OCon nell assigned 600 St Louis police usualnumber to guard the president during his stay there All 21 of the citys police captains were given assign ments at Mir Trumans hotel the auditorium and along the route the president travelsin St Louis Mr Truman completed work Friday on a 25minute talk sum ming up the democratic issuesof the congressional campaign his 1st frankly political talk since the outbreak ofthe warin Korea To Ask Control In urging support of Ms partys candidates the president is ex pected to contend that continued democratic control of congress is necessary 1 To check this countrys great est raised by national communism 2 To provide the living stand ards athome that will make it impossible for communists to get a major foothold here White house aides said the president would lay heavy em phasis on the need for electionof candidates favoring the biparti sanforeign policy The speech is to be carried over some 1200 radio and 76 television stations William M Boyle Jr democra tic national chairman who will introduce the president is accom panying him to St Louis along with Secretary of the Treasury Snyder and members of the white house staff To Visit Sister The president will day night at the Jefferson hotel and fly Sunday to Kansas City Later he plans to visit his sister Miss Mary Jane Truman and his brother J Vivian Truman at nearby Grandview On Monday the president will Join his home town of dence at a celebration dedicating a liberty bell a present from the town of Annecy France Mr Truman will cast his ballot early Tuesday morning in the Blue township precinct voting place in Memorial auditorium be fore flying back to Washington DIES IN TRAFFIC Fairfleld 18 farm hand was dead on arrival Jefferson county hospital after a traffic accident Friday night AT WMWJHIOIW 4 others a isuryiyor Kuth Burns 6 who is busy raisinga erfAtogjretshospital and education 4 i Businessman Is Dead at 62 death by his partner a few weeks A sportsiaii throughoutjhis life Swift ic ihunter One of his hobbies was tie study of furs and he managed he MarshaU Swift Furcomi iany He was an active leader in Joy Scout work andwasi scout master of the old troop No 15 Active in Mr Avas a member of the irst Methodist church Benevo ence Lodge No 145 A F and A M and the Kiwanis Surviving are his wife 2 daugh ers Mrs GP Keohen Dubuque nd Mrs D J Farrer Mason City nd 3 sons Carroll Swift Erdix Swift Jr and Charles Swift all f Mason City and 8 grandchil dren Two sisters Mrs i J N Ward Des Moines and Mrs Robert Ped lty Mason City and 3 brothers W A Swift Mason City Edsbn Clear Lake and Arthur swift San Francisco Cal also urvive in death by his rehts 2 sisters and a brother Funeral services be held loriday at p m at the First Tethodist church with Doctor Lloyd A Gustafson pastor of the hurch officiating Interment will e at Elinwood cemetery The Ma or funeral home in charge North lowans Elected by I S E A Des Moines sec ons anddepartments of the Iowa tate Education association elected fficers at the annual convention They the following Iowa Guidance association elen Fiillertori Mason City 2nd ice president Iowa of Secondary chool Shill nglaw NewHampton vice presi ent Vocationalagriculture iristruc Sefrit Algoria presi CoUeges and universities depart Wiederdenders rartburg Waverly secretary Science Teachers association W G Bennett Eagle Grove chair an high school and junior college division Journalism directors Ruth ucker Mason City treasurer Iowa council of geography teachr YoungCharles City Rural Ruth Me Cinney Skewis Emmetsburg north entral district president Iowa Association of Mathematics A George Mason ity president iERIHX SWIFT PiiCtimg Stor Dies at Home St Paiil Nebr Cleveland Alexander onetime starmaj or league baseball pitcher was found dead Saturday after noon in his room here The 63yearold mound master had been in failing health in re cent years Alexanders baseball cax e e r spanned twodecades In 3 years 1915 to 1917 he won94 games One of his best remembered days Oct 10 1926 when at Yankee Stadium in Old Pete came in cold the St Loiiis Cardinal bullpen and fanned the Yankees Tony Laz zeri with the bases full in the 7th inning of a World Series thriller to retire the side He wfenf on to save the game the 7th and the se ries for the Cards WeatherReport FORECAST Mason City Partly cloudy arid warmer Saturday night Mostly cloudy and Wanner Sunday Low Saturday night 30 High Sunday neai 50 towa Increasingcloudiness and warmer Saturday nightLows 25 to 30 east32to 38VestSun day c 1 oiidy1and somewhat warmer with rain beginning r in northwest Highs 48 to 54 Southerly winds20 MPHSunday Further Outlook LowSunday night 40 to 42 Monday cloudy and turning colder withrain or snow in the northvaridrainlikely south por tion Highsj 44to 50 Mhuiesota vSunday cloudy with ram south and rain probably changirig to snow and turning colder north portion Low Saturday night3236 High Sunday 3845 north 4550 south IN MASON CITY Globe Gazette weather statis tics for the 24 hours at 8 a m Nov 4 Maximum 36 Minimum 15 At 8 a m 21 Year Ago Maximum l 51 Minimum 34 I Senator Tabs Attendance Claim a Lie Bjr THE ASSOCIATED FBE8S U S Senator B B Hickenloop ers attendance record at senate agriculture committee meetings again was the subject of political speeches Friday night Hickenlooper republican seek ing reelection rapped a demo cratic claim that he attended only 30 of 177 meetings of the commit tee In the last two years He told a rally in Clinton the charge was a lie the worst fraud ever per petrated on the Iowa voters The senator said he had attend important meeting of the committee and every meetinj of every v subcommittee of which am a member in the past two years Albert J Loveland Hickenloop democratic opponent told a meeting in Albia that Hickenloop er i put a low value on the im portance to Iowa of his work rec ord on the senate agriculture com mittes when he said at a recent meeting that the issue of his at tendance is an utterly minor one t Attendance Record Meanwhile in Washington James Kendall a clerk of the senate agriculture committeere ported there were 79 executive and public meetings of the full agriculture committee from Jan to Sept 23 in 1949 and 27 in 1950 Hickenlooper attended 33 of these meetings 27 in 1949 and 6 in 1950 Kendall reported The records also showed Ken dall said that Hickenlooper member of the committees committee on international wheat agreement which held 3 meetings all in 1949 Hickenlooper attend ed all cot these meetings Kendall sakL Hickenlooper was not lilted ula member of any other club Kenaall amorr William SlBeardsley said Mtier schools better roads in creased conservation and unproved care for the states human re sources can be continued without new taxes Senator Hickenlooper said he dnot doubt the false accusa ions of the democrats were in stigated by the national orgamza lon The overwhelming number of meetings which they charge I did not attend were meetings of sub committees of which I am not a member in which I have no voice and which I am not obligated to attend the senator said Both Senator Hickenlooper and SeriatorGuy M Gillette DIowa are members of the agriculture committee Loveland said that Iowa is the only state which has two members on the agriculture committee Be cause Iowa is such an important farm state it deserves thiskind of representation on one of the most important committees in the sen ate do not want to seesfarm jolicies dictated by states of far esser importance to agriculture Sen Gillette Speaks Senator Gillette in a radio ad dress from Des Moines Friday night praised Loveland as a man vhose mind and heart work to gether for the public welfare He added that Loveland through lis service as Iowa production and marketing administrfction chair man and as US undersecretary f agriculture is eminently fitted orthe senate postl Gillette quoted Hickenlooper as aying in a speech that only an independent congress can be free I am m hearty agreement with ny distinguished colleague and insist that any senator or con gressman to the people f Iowamustbe independent and the present eactionary leadership of the re iublican party he said He added that the ecord of party unity voting of the ble senator Tpublished by the re lublican committee shows him bting with this leadership on 91 er cent of the issues This would lardly seem to be an independent ecord of performance Payroll Farmer N Hickenlooper in his talk called ioveland a fanner and aid hehad been harvesting fed eral government pay checks for last 13 years Hickenlooper also said He Lovslahd niakes a great lay of the fact that he is an Iowa irt fanner But the fact is the nly sort of farming he has been oingfor the last dozen years is ay check farming in Washington He resigned a a year asundersecretary of agricul ure in order to makethe sen WHERE ARMIES BATTLE IN NORTH arrows indicate positions of UN forces in relation to red strength open arrows on the North Korean battlefront U marines advanced past Sudong against stiff resis tance in a drive toward Changjinreservoir Heaviest red pressure was in the area south of redheld Unsan Pepper Soys MacArthur Views China With Alarm atorial race in Iowa He didnt do that by choice When his Wash ington bosses cracked the whip lie jumped tea yhis governments here they ithe state in an axpayers money Operating the state government as efficiently as possible we can continue all present programs and maintain a balanced budget He added We can do this with out any new taxes without levying any state property tax The governor said people may lave noticed he has paid little attention to ihe misrepresentations and unfounded charges that have een aimed at this administration sy our opponents No man can giva his jfull en ergy and devotion to1 the accom plishment of constructive work and to the service of the and have time to answer every selfseeking critic Farmer Killed by Corn Picker Grafton r Paul O Behl 55 armer 6 miles southeast of here in Mitchell county was killed in a corn picking accident Friday His body was foundby his wife who went to thefield to get him at p he failed to how up for lunch The engine 3f the tractor was still running Dr R L Whitiey Mitchell coun y coroner said death was caused jy strangulation caused when Jehls clothes became tangledin tie the body into he and coat vinding around until the pressure trzmgled him Mr Behl went7 alone into the ield at 10 a in anditisibelieved he accident happened shortly ifterwards as little corn had been licked Apparently he had reached into the machine to remove some lusks which were clogging it Survivors include the 4 aughters Mrs Dean Morris arid Vliss Myrna Behl of Mason City nd Maxine and Jeannette at ome Career of Bad Check Artist Ended by Statei DCS Moines of man Nebergaljl chief f thestate on calls prolific false heck artist is at an orarily at least Davis was arrested by Sioux City policeOct 31 and was sen enced to 7 years in the state pen entiary Nebergall said investigation oC Davis activities showed he had assed at least 51600 worth of also checksin 18 Iowa counties he checks Nebergall said were made out to Davis and carried fic tious signatures BY JETER KALISCHER S Sen Claude Pepper said Saturday Gen Douglas MacArthur indicate thaihe viewed seriously commui nist Chinas intervention1 in the Korean war w Pepperchairmanrof a senate T J m t Tm ment on the conversation beyond saying that it washisimpression MacArthurconsidered the Chinese action serious As for his own views Pepper said Jie was certain 1hat the United Nations must concern itself with the growing menace and reach of the Chinese communists UN Must Note The UN will be compelled to take notice of Chinese aggression not only in Korea but in Indo China as well he said He saidthe United States should not recognize communist China nor approve its membership inthe UN until it stops violating theUN charter A U S 1st corps spokesman said in Korea Friday that elements of at least 6Chinese divisions al ready are fighting in northwest Korea arid more are crossingthe border from Manchuria daily However latest Chinese com munist dispatches reaching Hong Kong indicate China may take the line that these units comprise volunteers resembling German and Italian unitsthatfought in the Spanish Civilwar In this event China might seek to escape responsibility for intervention in the Korean war A Chinese dispatch from Muk den Manchuria said Chinese peasants on the Manchurian sideof the rYaluriver de clared their intention to cross over into Korea and fight UN forces i Students Ready Chinese dis satch and workers at Tientsin expressed their readi ness to fight aggres sion anKorea S Peipirig dispatch said college studentsin the communist capital were undertaking a thorough mobilization Pepper suggested that Chinese ntervention in Korea might be part ofa sinister and ominous lanto tie down US forces there while the communists attack else where He said iievdidvnot discuss For mosa with MacArthur But he personally Ibelieves the Jnited States should not support Generalissimo Chiang KairShek even though he was better than Pepper said MacArthur had showhjust the right attitude the United States should take in I always knew MacArthui was agreat soldier he said but I never before realized his colossal tature statesman nor the wisdotn with which he directed he occupation He said the roots of democracy lave sunk deep in Japan MILK PRICE UP dairies and mer hants have announced that the Tice of milk willbe advanced rom 18 to 19 cents was identified in action in north east Korea Marines in Trouble on Eastern Coast By LEIF ERICKSON 8th Army Headquarters American spokesman of the Korean military advisory group said Saturday night that the South Korean army estimated 6 Chinese commit nist divisions have entered Korea to oppose theallies This spokesman said the South Korean armyt estimated at least 75000 Chinese communist soldiers already committed to the Korean war This statement followed American army mates that 3 Chinese red divisions or their Jiui lents were fighting in Korea 13 A U S 8th army spokesman said or their equivalents were fighting in northwest a U S apokjfOTMn t I said a full Kail Worker Is Stabbed Joe Soldier Held Without Charge Peterson abou 30 worker on a Rock Island rail road crew laying steel rails was reported in good condition in Mer cy hospital Mason City Saturday moinmg after being stabbed by fellow workman m a bunk car miles southeast of Crystal Lake Hisalleged assailant Joe Sol dier an Indian said to be a grand son of old Poweshiek is being hell in 3 ail at Britt without charg pending the outcome of Peterson injuries Sheriff L M Brower saidth stabbing occurred about 6 p m Thursday in the bunk car of th work crew following a violent ar gument Peterson was stabbed in th back between the kidney and luu and He was taken to a Garner doctor and later to Mercy hospital where a blow transfusion was given Sheriff ant The search was resumed Fri day morning and Soldier was found about 11 sm walking on the M St L railroad tracks a short distance from Britt The Indian offered no resist ance He was taken to the But 3 ail while otficers continued thi investigation The sheiiff was checking reports that the stabbing was the resul of a drunken brawl but no tests were made and the sheriff would release no statements that migh involve the prisoner Clear Lake Couple Cited for Courtesy Des Moines Clear Lake couple was named re ceive courtesy citations from the state department of public safety for assistance at an accident scene Mr and Mrs Burton Presort were the Istito arrive atthe scene of an accident on the Maquoketa river bridge Oct 11 They helped remove injured persons fromthe wreckage and directed traffic until he bridge was cleared Other NbrthIowans cited were John Francis Clyrich Cresco and Russell Seehase Waverly who directed traffic lollowing an accident east of Waverly on highway 3 Oct 13 2Car Collision Results in 1 Death Des IMoines collision of wo cars one of them carrying a vedding party resulted in death of one person and injury of 5 others late Friday Miss Ardyce Woodside 34 state child welfare supervisor who was enrpute toher home in Cedar Japids was killed in the crash The accident occurred at the junc ion of highways 64 and 65 about 22 miles northeast of Des Moines JEWEL DISPLAY Cleveland dol airs worth of jewelry arrived in ati ordinary brief case at Cleve and airport Friday night The ems will go on display next week or a cancer fund SAME Btoek tltt mine 4uw M A highranking army staff officer said the Chinese probably 300000 troopsdeployed along1 t h e Korean Manchurian border and probably more troops within committing distance High officers said any protest to red Chinaor a demandfor a declaration of intention must be decided in Washington In Washington it reported official concenris mountingover North Korean reds but the admin istrations istoCwait for the situation to developfiirth er before any open challenge to v The 8th army missioniremained to drive to the Manuchurian bor der and to defeat any Korean or Chinese ing its advance Marines Cut Off V In two XT S marine battalions were cut off north of Sudong v An official sourcesaid a was setup behind the two bit arms the marines ments were being drops The marine spokesman said fa 3rd isolated battalion near Majon 16 miles west of Wonsan was well dug in and in no danger v In northwest Korea half ofa trapped regiment of the Ul S 1st cavalry division escaped to the new UN defense line from atrap sprung Thursday by the Korean reds The reds were aided by Chinese communist troops A U S 10thcorps spokesman said Saturday marine patrols slip ped northward through Sudong against light resistance from ihinese reds Sudong is 20 miles northwest of Samhung New Progress It was the U si 7th marine reg ments1st real progress sinceit umped off Friday south of Su dong Its object is the Changjin Chohsin reservoir Seventyfive miles to the south another marine column pierced a red Korean roadblock and fought within 4 miles of a marine battal on isolated 3 days atMajon The spokesman said a linkup was imminent Ban on Spain Partly Lifted New York The United Nations assembly Saturday re voked part of its 4year batfon Franco Spain It cleared theway or UN members to am jassadors back to Spain to join UN specialized gencies A bar against Spains ntry into the UN itself remained unchanged The assembly voted 38 to 10 to lift the two restrictions imposed gainst Franco Spainwon Dec 12 946 Twelve countries abstained Still on the UN books however s a general assembly resolution pproved at the first session in jbndon barring Spain from mem aership in the UN The United States isnotex ected to send an ambassador back o Madrid soon President Truman old his news conference this week that it would be a long Ome efore an American ambassador vas returned to Spain VOTES RAISE DCS Moines Iowa li uor control commission has voted raise of a month to all 700 ommission employes effective ov 1 The commission officials aid the purpose of the increase is o take cafe of the increased cost f 1 1 4 FINAL Minnesota Iowa 1 23 4 mamaill Army Michigan Illinois FINAL Mich Stott Indiana i Nayf Notrt Dame 3 4 FINAt   

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