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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 1, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH JOWANS NIIGHIOKS HOME EDITION VOL LVm Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Five Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JULY 1 1952 Till ConiUu of Two One Senate Cuts Billion From Trumans Request for Military Spending WASHINGTON Senate Monday night approved a 4640300000p budget to run the armed forces for the fiscal year starting Tuesday nearly five billion dollars less than President Truman asked The measure the largest money bill before Congress this year cairies a provision Sen OMahoney DWyo said assured the Air Force it finance a buildup to 143 r wings by mid1955 The present Air rfTIPr Jj fe Force is a little over 90 wings i w Gives 36th Pint of Blood Final The final total for the military services will have to be worked out in conference with the House which voted The administration had requested 390000000 In approving the armed forces City is 36 years old budget on a 6Gto0 roll call vote the Senate completed its version of one considers that Johnson a all money legislation except a 10farmer Tuesday donated his 36th billiondollar supplementary fund pint of blood in 14 years now before the appropriations com mittee All of the blood he has donated A vote on this is expected has gpne to the Red Cross or members of his family Johnson both the Senate and made his donation during the sec Thursday House will have lo reconsider ond day of the Red Cross Blood eight appropriations addimobiles threeday stand in Mason tion to the military City Keel Cross officials were cau tiously optimistic about the blood They reported that an in unscheduled donors had are in conference commiltces Congress has sent only one money measure to the President nve but legislators hope to clear all uumus uau 11 bills before Saturday a target helyccl them collect an average date theyve set for adjournment 29 Pillts of blood an hour during in order toattead the national hours liticajlconventions this month Major Difference A major difference between the lions still are running high and Senate and House versions of the that the unscheduled donors had more or less saved the day They want more unscheduled donors Appointments also can be made by phoning 3121 or 1321 Up to 1 pm Tuesday the Blood mobile had collected a total of 258 pints of bloodThe total included 170 collected Monday More than 500 pints are needed to reach the quota and the Bloodmobile closes its doors Wednesday afternoon The Bloodmobile opens at 9 am Wednesday instead of 10 am as previously reported by the Red Armed Services budget is in the manner of laying out Air Force funds The Senate voted 700 and the House compared with the President asked The House voted its funds all in cash but the Sen ate stipulated that woulabe in cash and eight million in contract authority This authority permits contracts to be made with the assurance that Congress will vote to pay the bills later Calls for Shakeup in Demo Ranks OTTUMWA Love less Ottumwa mayor and Demo cratic nominee for governor said Tuesday he would like to see sev eral members of the state Demo cratic Central Committee re placed by young energetic faces who can build up the state organ ization Loveless said he does not include State Chairman Jake More among those he would like to sec replaced He said he has had fine coopera tion from More Loveless specifically mentioned J P Tug Daughton of Cres ton 4th District Committceman as one of those he would like to sec replaced Loveless said he has nothing per sonal again any present members of the stale committee but ex pressed the view that new blood is needed He said he has heard many complaints that the oldsters never do anything There have been reports in the 4th District that attempts may be made to name successors to both Daughton and Mrs Bcnona Young who is stale vice chairman as well as district committeewoman from Bloomfield Mrs Barney Fuller of Centerville has been mentioned in connection with Mrs Youngs post and Duke Norberg Albia and John Grenzebach Ottumwa have been mentioned for Daugh tons position 1 DROWNS IN RIVER EAST MOLLVE 111 WiSharon Phillips 6 daughter of Mr and Mrs Lovis Phillips drowned Mon day while wading in the Missis sippi river near her home on Campbells Island Police said the girl was wading with severs com panions and apparently stepped in a hole SAME ek inejnj raffia in Don Johnson Route 3 Mason This fact is important only when flux They continued to appeal how ever for more donors They re ported for instance that rejec Cross Predicts Farmers Will Put Wheat Under U S Loan WASHINGTON UP The Agri culture Department announcing that it will support the 1052 wheat crop at a national average of a bushel predicted Tuesday that farmers will put a record amount of this years bumper crop under government loan The loan level is pegged at 00 pur cent of the July 1 wheat par ity price of a bushel designer lo give farmers a return This years support is two cents higher than last years figure of a bushel It is fair price This years nearrrcord wheat velopes for donations Conlribu crop as flooding Midwest termitors wcrc asked by I W Hillstrom nals depressing prices and causGlobeGazette circulation manager ing the department to urge farmancl supervisor of the boys to write ers to lake advantage of price support The department said wheat prices at the Kansas City market last week averaged about 30 cents Boys Get Prizes below support The TuneAugust marked by soft prices ClIoboGajcUo photo liy Musser STARTING OUT Skram ncwspapcrbyy on GlobeGazette Route 2G started out right Tuesday morning in his work of canvassing for the Insect Control Campaign His first callwas on his mother Mrs Si T Skram who is signing the subscription list The news paperboys will visit every home in the city to raise funds for this summers Insect Control Campaign Their slogan is Flies Carry Filth Lets Get Rid of Them GlobeGazette Carriers to Collect for Insect Campaign Flies Carry Filth Lets Get Rid of Them A hundred GlobeGazette news paperboys Tuesday took over the community service project of can vassing Mason City lo finance the 1952 Insect Control Campaign They will call on Mason City homes asking that donations be made of a home for each ol three loggings to be made through out the city this summer The first is to be within the next week weather permitting The project was taken over by the boys at the request of the Ma son City Health Department when it became evident that no othci campaign organization could be set up in time to do the work The boys plan to do the job in one week Getting rid of insects particu larly flies is a health measure it was stressed by DrL James Lan idn city health director Flies carry filth and germs he pointed out besides being a nuisance Carry Polio Although it never has been definitely proved that flics are polio carriers many indications joint that way he said So long as there is any doubt about it fJies should not be tolerated Hegardless of what the city council may decide lo do in future years about the matter insect con rol cannot be financed this sum mer by the city it was explained The budget was fixed a year ago and includes no such item The newspaperboys will make personal calls on each home car subscription lists and en of the city and competition will be keen Sonic dissatisfaction has been expressed with insect control mca sures carried on lust summer Dr Lannon noted He said tifat lie line been assured that a complete pro gram would be carried on liii year with the publics coopera tion and promised that the work would be supervised by Ihc city health department to assure that i is done satisfactorily Anyone who does not feel Ilia an adequate job has been done ii his neighborhood should call the city health department said Dr Lannon and a special Irip wil be made lo see that the work Is satisfactory It is inevitable that some spots will be missed because of weather and wind conditions he explained and the campaign can be thorough only with the complete coopera lion of the public Cleanliness Needeed The fogging done by the Iowa hcir names and the amount of heir donations on the subscription ss so boys mav account r lilc Prizes are being given to the u ii 11 marketing period traditionally is boys who do the best job of can vassing in each of the four wards Fogging Service is not a cureall in itself he continued and it is not a substitute for sanitation measures by householders them selves Cleanliness is sanitation and the fly first rule of control and garbage cans must be kept cov ered bage iiclp Frequent sprayings of gar cans and the place where are kept also will be of great The Iowa Fogging Service uses combination of DDT chlordane and lindanc is its fogging mixture The combination has proved effcc ivc in all instances and removes he possibility of flies surviving be cause of tolerance for The mixture has no more rfcct on flowers or plants than ptn water The newspaperboys met Monday evening at the YMCA with Hill slroin and Mrs Dan Herrick co ordinator of the campaign for the City Health Department They were guests of the GlobeGazette at the Palace Theater afterward dqe Plans C Spurn Toft Proposals of Harmony McCarthy Gets Speech Invitation CHICAGO UP 31 o n r y Cnbot Lodge rejected all Taft harmony proposals Tuesday and planned a blitz campaign to seize control oC the Republican National Convention at its opening session Lodge is Gen D wight D Eisen howers prcconvention campaign manager Ho hopes to block rou tine organization of the convention by offering a resolution challeng ing adoption of rules That work1 lake place within the first fcW minutes of the opening session July 7 with National Committee Chairman Guy George Gnbriclson presiding Prevent Election If Eisenhowers backers can muster votes to sustain Lodge challenge they may move immo diatcly to prevent election oE Wai ALL Robert smiled confidently ai he t his convention In Chicago No Radio TV CHICAGO Republicans barred the door to radio tele vision and newsreel coverage of their fight over disputed dele gates Tuesday But then they up com mittee to consider lifting the ban The running controversy delayed until sometime after pm CST the start of the GOP national committees hear ings to decidewhich rival dele gates to seat from seven states These 72 confetti could Whiff the nomination next week in the event of close race S Hallanan West Virginia as temporary chairman The odds against Lodge arc big ut the payoff would be terrific As these plans leaked early ar politicians were jolted with word that Gabrielson had invited Sen Joseph II McCarthy Wiscon sin to address the convention during the afternoon of July 9 VIcCarthy was among numerous Republicans including Herbert Hoover asked to speak here Jfe s the most controversial figure in he Republican Party denounced by some applauded by others but Truman Hits Congress for Control Bill WAS HIN GTON MiPresident Truman snid Tuesday the new economic controls law takes a serious gamble with inflation In astatement he protested that ho asked for a strengthened law but Congress moved in the other direction and enacted one which weakens our ability to hold down prices and our economy Truman declared the bill Opens the way for increases in rents for some six million families if the real estate lobbies arc able to forestall positive action by local bodies Hfgher Prices Tho housewife will be exposed to higher prices on fully 20 per cent of her market basket by re moval of prkjs control from all fruits and vegetables fishcanned arid frozen ffV It IK that in many areas the price of milk will go up The President slapped too at he ban Congress wrote against the Wage Stabilization Boards making recommendations for set lement of labor disputes Steel This bun wns an outgrowth of Congressional displeasure with the boards actions in the steel wage Ifsputc Truman commented This means the Wage Stabili zation Board method of settling iisputcs is for all practical pur xises abolished even though it has een effective in every case but miversally regarded as a nan in a fight Dont Consult Us They never consult never inything snapped us Lodge tough about when iskecl whether Ike men had okayed the McCarthy invitation But he said the Eisenhower high com maml was not finding fault with he list of speakers The speaking schedule an nounced by Gaimelson indicated hat nominating speeches might icgin the afternoon of Thursday luly 10 and balloting that night There was puzzlement at Eisen lowcrs failure KO far lo name a lominating speaker and u floor nanagcr A tremendously biased man s Sen Henry Cabot Lodges de criplion of Hallanan Lodge plans to move at the opening ses ion that convention rules shall not permit contested delegates to vote m any matters relating to tcm orary convention organization Centre of Convention If Lodges strategy worketl Eisenhowers first ballot nomina tion would be likely because con trol of the convention organization would be shifted to the generals managers and they would expect to be able to bar contested Taft company which delegates and seat their own A hurrycall for a top level Eisenhower strategy conference mcnt Tuesday for a price increase WALL pour water into a flaming warehouse as he front wall collapses duringone of the worst fires in history at Brooklyn NY One man is believed dead in the blaze and 10 persons were injured In addition more than 500 MOVQrtTlc T J Vi ji i t in VMt uurtlt uiKKii ami in persons were injurcu in addition more than 500 persons were driven from their homes when the fire swept through tenement houses If Congress hns a better way of dealing with labor disputes in de should write its Cense plants Jt views into law No Substitute The change as to the wage board Truman said destroys the cxist ng system without providing any substitute In this respect he said the Con rcss has opened a dangerous gap fire n the mobilization program Truman got out a 1200word statement of his views on the new aw But at no point did he men ion a provision requesting him o invoke the TaftHartlcy act an effort to end the steel strike in SPECIAL ELECTION DBS MOINES national abor relations board Monday or lererl a special election to be held j OfllU LU17V prior to July 26 for the nearly 80 came up in front of our positions ool and diemakers at the Solar aircraft plants here Ike Will Deliver National Television Speech at Ames DENVER WVaen Dwight D Eiseiihowor leaves here Thursday on a barnstorming train trip to the Hepublican national convention in Chicago v The general his wife official board The Victory Special here Thursday morning they arrive in Chicago Satur day Elsenhowerwill huvo made several roar platform speeches ap peared on n nutipmil television show und delivered a short address oa the stops of the Nebraska capllol at Lincoln The Thursday departure for the presidential aspirant who has his headquarters huro for the past two weeks came suddenly Eisen hower lind boon expected to leave cithoc Friday or Saturday The Victory Special with tillthe trappings of a presidential campaign lour is scheduled to make at least five stops enroute to Chicago The Burlington railroad special wlilgtop at Me Cook and Hastings Neb Thursdny morning Thetrain wUUarrlve in Lincoln about pm where the gciwul will make a brief speech on the capital steps The special will stop In Boone Friday1 morning The Eisenhowers will make a short visit to Mrs Eisenhowers birthplace there At Ames the general will appear on Wo the People a television show NBC pm as port of a nalionwUlo Fourth of July program Gov William S Hcardsloy of Iowa and other state Republican leaders are expected to join the Eisenhower party when the train enters Iowa In Boone nn oldfashioned Fourth of July picnic Is being planned The picnic suggested by thegeneral himself will be at McIIose Park at the southwest edge of Boone US Reveals Radically New Medium Tank Army Tuesday unveiledwhat it caned the first completely neyy meclium tank to be veloped since World War morepowerful and almost as easy to handle na a new automobile Designated the M48 or Patton 48 jt is being fj v xUf j I J3 duced at the Chrysler tank plant here and attwopther arsenals Officials said able deliveries are expected the end of the year The class tank in the has several 45 to SO ton notable new than of cbrres features It A lower other American tapk ponding size Present US tanks have been criticized because their height made Ihem easily spotted 2 An eloping Lical hull and turret This makes it harder for ah enemy shell to get a bite armor 3 Wider than present me dium tanks The wider the tread the better the tank cnn operate on muddy roads in swumpy terrain or in snow 4 A velocity with a quick change tube Using only simple tools Ihu Ilncr of the gun barrel can be changed in the field Iti minutes instead of sending the tank back to renr ireas for replacement of a whole new gun when repealed firing has worn the rifling of the tube 5 A 50caliber machine gun on top of the turret which can be aimed fired and loaded from with n the lank No longer Joes the gunner have to stand with head and shoulders exposed toenemy Communists Attack Along East Front SEOUL Korea beefed up Korean battalion attacking hrough deep mud hit Allied line a holfmilc front in the Icartbrcak Ridge sector of eastern Korea Monday night But it die lot penetrate U N positions An Army spokesman said they E Wolfe of Mason City Tuesday was re elected chairman of the Liquor Control Commiiilori Wolfe a Republican was ap pointed to the commission ago and elected chairman that time He formerly was chief of police In MasoriCity NEW CONTRACT NEWTON WVMembers of Local United Auto Workers CIO voted to accept a new contract with trte Maytag Washer Company hora Monday union officials said two md fired at us but they did not ry lo penetrate our lines Steel Company Asks U S to Authorize Price Hike PITTSBURGH M1A big granted hourly pay boosts to its nonstrik employes asked the govcrn apparently went out Monday Gov Thomas E Dcwey of New York announced in Houston Tex that he wruid arrive here Wednes day Dewcy has been attending the annual governors conference Dewey men who masterminded the governors two successful cam paigns against the Democrats are helping make Eisenhower medi cine here Eisenhowers followers happily claimed a leakage of Nebrsska Taft delegates to the general while the striking CIO United Steel workers tried to sign up more small firms lo new contracts Wcirton Steel Co a subsidiary of National Steel Corp asked govT ernmcntal permission to raise its price a ton to help cover in creased labor costs Thtjre was no immediate reaction from price control officials in Washington The company an important pro ducer of tin plate and other prod ucts with 11500 employes in Weir ton W Va and Steubenvillc O last week signed a contract with the independent stcclworkcrs for a tCcent hourly pay boost plus nine cents in fringe benefits The com pany docs not bargain with the CIOUSW Wcirton employes earned an av erage of an hour in May counting premium pay compared with about for the USW mem bers Tho USW has signed more than 30 smaller steel firms to new con tracts based on therecommenda tions of the Wage Stabilization Board But none of largest steel producers have come to terms with the approximately 600000 USW men remain idle in heir monthlong walkout i All About The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy through Wednesday with showers and thunderstorms in late afternoon and at night Occasionally heavy thunderstorms Tuesday night fewer on Wednesday High Tues day 80 lo 88 LowrTuesday night 55 to 68 Iowa Partly cloudy through Wed nesday scattered showers and thunderstorms west and north central Tuesday afternoon and in north and west Tuesday night and Wednesday High Tuesday 85 northeast to 98 southwest Low Tuesday night 62 to 66 east 156 to 73 west Minnesota Considerable cloudi ness scattered showers and thunderstorms south and ex treme east Tuesday night and ovcr most of state Wednesday Low Tuesday night 60 to 66 High Wednesday 80 to 88 except near no extreme southeast GlobeGazette weather data up to am Tuesday Maximum gg Minimum 55 At 8 am B7 Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum I   

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