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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 2, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL Associated Press and United Fresi Full Leaso Five Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JULY 1 1952 This Paper of Two Senate Group Charges Lattimore State Dept Official With Perjury WASHINGTON Senate committee charged Wed nesday that Owen Lattimore has been a conscious articu late instrument of the Soviet conspiracy and recommended perjury proceedings against him and John P Davies Jr a State Department official A formal report of the Sen ate internal security subcommittee said both Lattimore and Davies had testified falsely during its re cently concluded inquiry into the Institute of Pacific Relations The subcommittee under the chairmanship of Sen Pat WcCar ran spent more than a year investigating the IPR in a search for any Communist influ ences on United States policy in the Far East The describes itself as a private research organization for study of the Pacific area Lattimore is a John Hopkins Unt versity professor and a Far East ern affairs specialist who has served as an occasional consultant to the State Department Davies formerly on the State Depart ments policy planning staff now is deputy political adviser to the U S occupation authorities in West Germany Suspended Davies The State Department briefly suspended Davies last year pend ing a loyalty and security inquiry It later announced he had been cleared and restored him to active duty Lattimore has never been the subject of a similar inquiry bj the State Department since he is not a governmentemploye But Lattimore in 12 stormy days of testimony before the subcom mittee swore he never had been a Communist a Communist sym pathizer or a Soviet agent He ac cused the slacked senators evidence of allowing to be usec him and of contributing tc what he called hysteria whipped up by the Nationalist China lobby A similarly vigorous denial o any Red connections or leaning was made by Lattimore in 195i when a Senate foreign relation committee investigated charges by Sen Joe McCarthy Communist infiltration of the Stat Department Top Soviet Agent McCarthy accused Lattimore o being a top Soviet agent and the chief architect of IT S policy in the Far East The report of the internal se curity subcommittee in accusin Laltimore and Davies of givini false testimony recommended tha the1 Justice Department submit t a grand jury the question o whether they had committee perjury The subcommittees report sail Lattimore testified falsely wit reference to at least five separat matters It said he contended in his tes timony that Outer Mongolia wa an independent country until afte World War II when he knew 1936 that it was Sovietcontrollcc Red in IPR The subcommittee also said tha Lattimore lied when he testifie about his association with Chao Ting Chi described in the rcpoi as a Chinese Communist who op crated within the IPR The repoi said there was a convincing shov ing that Lattimore had reason t know Chi was a Communist an yet worked closely with him aftc receiving this knowledge The report said the cvidenc showed conclusively too that La knew Frederick Vandcrbi Field millionaire New Yorker an former IPR official to be a Com munist and that he collaborate with Field after he possessed th knowledge and that he did not tell the truth before this subcommittee about his association with Field The subcommittee also said it was apparent that Lattimore at the time he was editing Pacific Af fairs accepted articles published under the pseudonym of Asiaticus and knew that the writer was a Communist Boys Continue Collection for Insect Control Mason Citys youngest business men the GlobeGazette newspa erboys Wednesday were in the lick of their drive to finance the nsect Control Program for the ommunily The 100 boys are calling on very home in Mason City for ubscriptions to pay for spraying IB city three times this summer eradicate flies mosquitoes and ther insects The city was sprayed nly once last summer We hope that it will not be ecessary to canvass the business istrict said Mrs Dan Herrick oordinator of the program for the lason City Public Health Depart ment If the businessmen will cave their contributions for the usiness places to be picked up by ic newspapcrboys as well as the ubscriptions for the homes the ob will be done The Insect Control Program is eing sponsored and supervised by he City Public Health Depart ment it was emphasized by I W lillstrom GlobeGazette circula ion manager The money will be turned over o the city he said The boys are doing the work as a commu nity service It is part of their raining as junior businessmen and ve hope that the community will encourage them when they call al Taft Gains 17 Votes Eisenhower Loses 14 in Georgia Decision Mason City Blood of 500 Pints Assured Hod Cross officials gleefully reportedWednesdaythat Cerro Gordo County has been bled like never before They said the quota of at least 500 points of blood was virtually cinched reporting1 atotal of 486 pints collected up to 2 p m Wednesday The Bloodmobilc closed out its 3day stand at the YMCA vednesday afternoon The he homes If each home gives a dollar he campaign will be a complete success Fired Teacher Wants Job Back DBS MOINEJ3 A former eacher who claimed he was dis missed from the faculty of the Iowa School for the Deaf at Coun cil Buffs because of labor union nenibership Tuesday asked a court order restoring his job The suit was filed in districi court here for William Moran Council Buffs by Attorney James A Hart Omaha Neb counsel for ocal 709 American Federation 01 Teachers Named in the equity petition were he State Board of Education anc Lloyd Berg superintendent of the school KILLED ON TRACTOR OTTUMWA Harlan 55 a farmer living seven miles west of here was killed Tuesday when lightning struck the tractor with which he was cultivating corn The death was discoverer when neighbors noticed his tractor running wild in the field Wlruplioto BULLET IN CHEST WALKS TO AMBULANCE Pauline Weidt 28 a bullet lodged in her chest walks to an ambulance in New York with a detective and a patrol man A bookkeeper Miss Weidt was one of two women hit by ricocheting bullets as po lice fired at a burglary suspect who leaped 18 feet from a Bronx courthouse window Truman Answers Southern Critics of Administration Tells Voters to Consider Progress By ERNEST B VACCARO BULL SHOALS DAM Ark President Truman in a sharp re ply to Southern critics of his ad ministration declared Wednesday The New Deal and the Fair Deal have done more for the South than any otheradministrations in history The President dedicated two hy droelectric dams as symbols of the progress that has come to the South under his administration which he calls the Fair Deal and lhat of Franklin D Roosevelts New Deal Truman asked his hearers to keep this progress in mind in this election year He said Remember These Things Remember these things in this year when you sec and hear the storm of political propaganda that will be put out to try and turn back the clock Truman omitted any direct ref erence in his prepared speech to the bitterly controversial civil rights proposals which split the Democratic party in 1948 and cost him four Southern stales in the election that year But he said the Souths whole economic and social pattern has changed rapidly and permanent the better and that this was no accident He added Took Action We took action lo bring about fair incomes and equality of op Nicholas Reports Expenses DES MOINES Lt Gov Kenneth A Evans who ran second to Gov William S Beards ley in the GOP race for the nom ination for governor in the June primary reported Wednesday his campaign costs totaled This was slightly under the limit imposed by stale law Lt Gov William H Nicholas who ran third reported expenses The reports were filed with the fecretary of state Nicholas reported he received no contributions AP Wlrepholo STA6SEN HAS HIS Governor Harold E Stassen of Minnesota standing speaks before the Re publican resolutions subcommittee in Chicago where he warned against the GOP adopting a too conservative platform Byrnes Suggests Walkout Over Civil Rights Issue HOUSTON Tex UP Southern governors looked cau iously Wednesday on talk of a possible party walkout igainst a Democratic presidential nominee pledged to com 5iilsory Civil Rights laws There wasgeneralsilence on the assertion1 by Gpv F Byrnes of South Carolina that his states eight electoral voles may swing to the portunity for everyone We took action to put natural csources to work for the good of all the people As in 1948 there arc again this year of revolt in the iouth against the Democratic lead irship This stems partly from Trumans repeated assertions that ven though he isnt running for celcelion he will guarantee that he whole Fair Deal including lis civil rights proposals will be part of this this years Dcmo rntic platform Give Em Hell Trumans speech was rcminis ent of his Give Em Hell cam iaign of J948 He ridiculed pull acks and reactionaries and ssaiicd the special interests Among special interests he a mod the private power com anies the American Medical As ociation and the real estate lob y He declared they have adopt d the lying slogan of Socialism n fighting every Fair Deal sug estion The President said the Arkansas ower and Light Company and the joutliwcstcrn Gas and Klcctric Jompany had made a great hulla aloo against the two dams lie dedicated Saying the dams were attacked as a method towards of the electric indus ry Truman declared AMA Slogan The American Medical Associ ation uses this same slogan in its ight against better health and hos pital services for the common man The real estate lobby uses the ame slogan in its fight against housing programs fn other words every time we ry to do something for the people some special interest pops up and yells Socialism Republicans or a third party can didatc in November It depends said Byrnes on who the Democra tic choice is and what he stands for Running Out The former Secretary of State and Supreme Court Justice Tues day also advocated running or walking out in the event the Dem ocratic national conveiUion refused to scat contested conservative del egates from Texas and other Southern states Political affairs at the national governors conference ovcrsha iowcd the discussion of state prob ems with these other campaign tinged developments 1 Gov Charles H Russell of Ne vada removed himself from the uncommitted ranks and said he will support Gen Dwight D Eis enhower for the Republican pros idcntial nomination Seven for Taft A recent poll of the 12 Nevada delegates showed seven for Sen Robert A TaR of Ohio two for Eisenhower and three uncommit ted Russell predicted tho group would split about evenly between the two leading candidates when balloting begins next week 2 Gov Johnson Murray of Ok lahoma while declining comment onByrnes statement on a possi ble Democratic bolt said a Stev ensonRussell ticket would go well in Oklahoma He favors Sen Rob ert S Kerr of Oklahoma for the presidential nomination Reds Arrest 4 Tourists in Berlin Americans Taken Info Soviet Zone BERLIN police arrested four American tourists Wednesday and forced them to cross into the Soviet occupation zone The U S Army dcmandct their immediate release The men and a wom an were taken into custody ir the area where the U S sector ol Berlin touches the Soviet occupa ion One of the men was be Sieved to be a chaplain Their names wero not available West German police and eye witnesses gave this account The Americans were slghtsec ing in Zchlcndorf a residentia district in the Western sector o Berlin The district borders th Soviet occupation zone of Gcr many The Americans had slopped thel car at the border and were Ink ing photographs A Russian office and several Enst Zone People1 Police armed with carbines rushed up to the car The police entered the car an forced it across the border Th Americans were held for about 2 minutes at the Soviet check pbin on the border then were taken I the Soviet military post at nearby Machnow Aluminum Hike Seen for Civilian Goods WASHINGTON hint of a 22 per cent boost in aluminum al lotments for civilian goods mnnu fncturcrs was given Wednesday by the National Production Aulhorit Radio and television set manu facturers were notified oC such n increase for the present quarter and officials said other consume goods industries probably vvili the same treatment The extra supply is made pos sible NPA said because dcman for the light metal has been les than expected this spring Bloodmobilc collected 170 hits Monday 104 Tuesday and 51 up to 2 pm Wednesday 457 Pints Lust October a lolnl of 4i7 pint verc collected This figure wab he countys quolu In January olleclions were three short of the This time Cerro Gorclo Counli ins gone over any figure prcvi usly collected here Last October norc blood was received in tht county thnn any other Iowa com y Chnirmim Bill Wagner re sorted There were som6 unusual feat ires of the blood drive this time Wagner said that onewouldbe donor who wus somewhat intoxi catetl wanted to sell his blood fo 5 a pint Shipments to Certainto gain from the Blootl mobile visit were the thousands fighting men in Korea Blood wa dispatched from Mason City daii to the faroff land A newspaper reporter stood t lose He had promised a mallar duck to the 500th donor Tha duck wag to be won some time Fr day afternoon1 Wagner paid feature of the drive was the many unschcdulet donors who visited the YMCA Wagner said that if it had not bee for this group the quota would n have been reached This dcspil the fact that more than 750 per sons had agreed voluntarily to 1 note bloodSome however wcr rejected for reasonsof henlth Says Congress to Ignore Appeal WASHINGTON UP Informe sources predicted Wednesday tha Congress will ignore President Trt mans lastminute appeal for ap proval of the controversial Lawrence seaway Mr Truman wrote Vice Pres dent Alben W Barkley and Speal er Sam Kayburn Tuesday nigh lhat failure to approve U S pa licipalion in construction of th seaway would be a glaring ex ample of shortsightedness The Scrvaie recently voted I send the seaway bill back lo th Foreign Relalions Committee Th all but killed any chance for a provnl before Congress probably Saturday All About EISENHOWER RALLY JOWA CITY Johnson ounty Republican of len DwighL D Eisenhower plan big Nominate Eisenhower rally here Wednesday night E R Ilicklin Wapcllo attorney and chairman of the Iowa Eisenhower for president committee will be the speaker The Weather Mason Partly cloudy warm and humid Wednesday Wednes day night and Thursday Thun derstorms Wednesday night lo cally heavy with gusty winds and chance of hail High Wednesday owa Partly cloudy warm and humid Wednesday afternoon Ifigh near 00 northeast 95 to 99 southwest Partly cloudy warm and humid Wednesday with scat tered thundershowers Thunder storms locally severe in extreme north Wednesday evening Minnesota Scattered thunder storms some locally severe Wednesday night Thursday partly cloudy scattered thunder showers cast No important tern pcrature changes Low Wednes day night 62 to 68 High Thurs day 78 to 85 SAME Black fUr rfeilh In ml hours GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum 8t Minimum Oil At 8 am 11 RIG HAT FOR BFG Western sombrero was giv en to Don Koehler 26yearold Chicago man when he arrived in Denver for the national convention of Tall Clubs Koehler stands 8 feet 2 inches Chuck Bullis ter and Russell Allison who are both well over six feet produced a hat for big Don to match theirs Proves Toft Is Running Convention Five Disputes Yet to Come CHIC AG 0 forces knock d 14 Georgia delegates from Gen wlght D Eisenhowers voting trongth Wednesday andput 17 of icir own men into nominating onvcnlion seats This was by far the greatest ictory for Senator Robert A aft qnd the biggest defeat for Eisenhower in this weeks battle ver organization next weeks national convention It was established beyond any doubt that Taft at the moment is running the five more lisputes between Taft and Eisen hower delegates to come pf By a vote of 6239 the Republi can national committee tossed out of the convention Georgias sett described regular delegation which has been representing the state since 1944 and ordered a sol idly proTaft delegationseated in its stead The regular delegation num bered 14 Eisenhower supporters two Taft men and one uncommit ted delegate T This meant a net gain of at least 15 convention votes uHug he already haditwo delegation thrown out and npW gets 17 from the successful dele gation V V In the AssociatedPress tabula on avowed and con ceded delegate victory put Taft ahead of Eisenhower 489410 with 604 votes needed to win the presidential nomination Probable Appeal Theer was no doubt the angered Eisenhower backers would appeal Wednesdays national committee action to the convention creden tials committtee and fight it out on the convention floor neces sary The Taft forces resumed their occupancy of the drivers seat at the outset of Wednesdays session The national committee agreed to consider the case of the whole 17 Georgia delegates not just the four who pre viously had been the bone of con tention Eisenhowers Georgia1 backers called their rivals move political trickery and double dealing Could Set The committees decision in the Georgia contest could set a pattern for settling disputes in five other states with 50 delegates at stake As Wednesdays battle began the Taft forces were strongly en trenched Television ncwsrcol and still cameras were barred by national committee edict from the North ballroom of the Conrad Hilton Ho tel where the opposing delegations poured forth their claims forrec ognition But the cameramen with their blazing lights were out in fuil force in the corridor outside the gray amlgold ballrooms interviewing committeemen showing t he ifn coming and going through the guarded doors carryingtothe na tion a measurable overflow the controversy that raged inside Reporters Detained Newspapermen still were able to report the even they were barred from the ball room until the official opening time The resultwas a steaming sweating jam at the doorOnthe television screen it resembled a mob scene Committee officials said the reason for keeping the correspondents at bay was that the press tables were being rear ranged The 106mcmber national com mittee moved back to the ballroom from the darkly room where it took refuge from the TV and either cameras day before finally deciding to bar them from its proceedings In the Georgia dispute as in most other contests each side had a halfhour to present its Then the committee scheduled locked door session to make its cision   

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