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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 3, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for Horn MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NtWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NIIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LVIIi Associated Press and United Press Full Leuc fivm Cents a Copyk MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JULY 3 1951 Thin Paper Consists at One One No 2M 3 American Priests Freed by Russians Wo m cm Sec r eta ry Also Released BERLIN Russians late Thursday released three Chicago priests held 30 hours in captivity after they had been seized by sen tries on the Berlin Soviet zone frontier The Soviets handed the Catholic churchmen over to American offi cers in Karlshorst cast Berlin The priests came to Berlin Wednesday by train for a oneday sightseeeing trip In a borrowed automobile and with a German secretaryinterpreter they halted on the frontier between the Amer ican sector and Russian zone to take some pictures Eastern Com munist police and a Russian guard forced them to drive into the zone and took them to a Soviet com mand post The secretary Mrs Katherine Wintzler was released at the same time Mrs Wintzler mother of two children is an employe of the National Catholic Welfare Con ference here She and the priests were questioned by U S Army of ficials who wanted to get a first hand report of their experiences The priests are the Revs Martin Borowsczyk George Gorski and Bronislaus Sokolowski all Ameri canborn of Polish descent Iowa Safety Dept Predicts 8 Will Die Over Weekend DES MOINES Iowa Safety Department says road traf fic will reach an alltime peak be tween Thursday and Sunday anc if holiday drivers run true to form eight persons may be killed anc 250 injured in Iowa highway acci dents That was the toll for the Fourth of July period the last time the state had a three day weekend to celebrate Independence Day With the steady increase in traffic we caiiriot expect a bet ter record this year unless evcrj driver exercises the patience anc caution the situation demands State Safety Commissioner Pear W McMurry said So the department has adopted slogan for motorists It is Drive for your life this Fourth of Julj weekend S N Jespersen chief of the State Highway Patrol urged per sons planning trips to make ar rangements in advance get ar early start and allow time to ar rive at their destinations withou the dangers of high speed driving and reckless passing Jesperson also warned that traf fie will be heavy on local roads during the holiday Waterloo Man Dies After Hitting Train WATERLOO Charles L Pickens 31 of Waterloo was killed early Thursday when his motorcycle crashed into the firs of a string of box cars being pulled by a switch engine at the Dunham place crossing Trainmen said the engine was going about 10 miles an hour anc that the first they knew o the ac cident was when they heard the cycle scraping as it was draggcc along beneath the cars II was Wa terloos fifth crossing fatality anc its eighth traffic death this year rAII About The Wealher Ike Picks Up 2 Votes Taft Takes 13 More SHES NOT never know from Mary Hobarfcs face that Taft forces had picked up more delegates on the Chicago preconventidn front Her dress was peppered with I Like Ike buttons at Eisenhower headquarters in Chicago Mary is from Wihnetka 111 a Chicago suburb Reds Offer New Truce Plan Mason City Mostly fair and pleas ant Thursday afternoon Thurs day night and Friday Higl Thursday afternoon and Fciday near 80 Low Thursday nigh about 56 Iowa Mostly fair and plcasan Thursday afternoon high 76 t 82 west 82 to 88 east Fair Thursday night and Friday A little warmer Friday Low Thurs day night 18 to 53 northwest 53 to 58 southeast High Friday 83 to 89 Minnesota Generally fair Thurs day night and Friday A iittle cooler Thursday night Somewhat warmer Friday Low Thursday night 45 to 52 High Friday 80 to 88 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Thursday Maximum 85 Minimum Gl At 8 am 66 Precipitation 11 Commies Ease Demands on ROW Return MUNSAN Korea negotiators Thursday offered a new plan for breaking the Korean truce talks deadlock but an Allied spokesman said the proposal con tains a lot of gimmicks and po tential gimmicks Maj Gen William K Harrison Jr said the lied plan May be an important one and it may not The Reds indicated they would ease their demand for return of all military prisoners in United Na tions stockades provided the 20 00 Chinese captives are returned They asked for secret sessions to discuss the proposal Harrison the senior Allied nego tiator immediately called for ad journment until Friday to study it Allies Hit Reds SEOUL Korea raid ing columns knifed into Commu nist lines at two points near the truce talks village of Panmun jom Thursday while a third group of raiders drove Commu nist troops off a hill in central Korea U N troops attacking mist shrouded hill positions north west of Kumhwa on the central front ran into heavy Communist fire and called for reinforce ments the Eighth Army said The hill was secured an hour after the attack began and the raiders were pulled back East and South of Panmunjom raiding columns ran into Red forces and called for artillery fire to wipe out enemy positions He did not reply to the Communist demand for secret sessions The exact meaning and the full significance of the Red proposal is not immediately apparent to the United Nations command saic Brig Gen William P Nuckols U N spokesman He said it contains a lot of gimmicks and potential gimmicks Allied refusal to repatriate any prisoner who docs not want to go home has deadlocked the truce talks for weeks Garner Baby Diaper Queen CHICAGO Marye Willie 11monthold daughter c VIr and Mrs Aaron D Willie of Garner la Wednesday was name Diaper Queen of the 75th Division by Jimmy Schnozzola Durante Queen Loretta will reign over the Gth annual reunion of the Div lionAug 1517 at Chicagos LaSalle Hotel Durante selected the queen from a dozen finalist baby pictures daughters of the 75th Division veterans throughout the country Originally called the Diaper Division because it division of II outfits the 75th is now known as the But Busters SAME rnlack flar meant trutrio death In pu 31 hotin Demos Want Bonds Issued for Improving Iowa Roads DES MOINES candidates on the Iowa Demo cratic state ticket have recommended issuing bonds to paj for an expanded roadbuilding program in Iowa The candidates at a meeting here Wednesday drafted 1 ecommended resolutions offered to the resolutions committee of the Democratic state convention July 10 The roads resolution pledged an accelerated primary secondary and farmmarket road program with construction to be started as rapidly as plans can be produced or widening our narrow roads and bridges dangerous curve correc ion on existing highways being first in importance The resolution added that issu ance of bonds necessary to finance such construction is to be secured by revenues from the road use tax The group did not recommend n liquorbylhcdrink plank as urged by Democratic gubernatorial nomi nee Hcrschel Loveless in his pri mary campaign It did suggest however a broadly phrased liquor resolution which probably could be interpreted as leaving room for Loveless point of view The pro posed resolution said We condemn the program of the Iowa liquor control commission of promoting sales rather than pro moting temperance The liquor laws o Iowa should be thoroughly studied and revised in an effort to make them workable and realistic and enforcement of those laws should be made the responsibility of the Iowa liquor control com mission Taft Backers Disagree With Governors BULLETIN CHICAGO Wi GOP Chairman Guy Georgt Gabriel ton Thursday rejected the re quett of 23 Republican govern ors that he support a proposed change in rules for seating con tested delegates at next weeks party convention CHICAGO Robert A afls top campaign command dis igrccd sharply Thursday with a statement from 23 Republican gov ernors who took sides with Gen Dwight D Eisenhower on a crit cal convention issue Two of them said they believe ho governors were unaware of the mplicalions of the manifesto The governors signed n state ment at Houston Tex Wednesday irging Republican national conven ion managers to bar contested lelcgations from voting on any other delegate disputes Governors Should Read Tom Coleman floor manager for Faft snapped The governors ought to read up on parliamentary procedure David Ingalls campaign man ager for the senator commented Either they didnt think il through or else they just dont un derstand what this means You couldnt have a convention under such a rule Ingalls added that he interpreted the statement as a sign the Eis enhower people are licked Taft Another of Tafts aides who asked not to be identified said Taf was dumbfounded when he heard the news One of the signers of the slate ment Gov J Bracken Lee of Utah is a Taft backer Another Gov Earl Warren of California is himself a candidate for the GOP presidential nomination Tafts position has been that a disputed delegation should be per mitted to vote on every contest except its own FLIES CARRY FILTH LETS GET RID OF THEM Globe Gazette newspaperboys are canvassing Mason City homes to raise the funds for this summers Insect Control Pro gram They are doing the work as a community service because no other organization could be found to do it Please greet them cordially If each householder gives the job will be done If businessmen will leave their contributions for the business houses at home for newt pa perbooy it will not be neces sary to canvass the downtown area A I Wjrepliolo TEST Pcarcc R left and his sis ter Debbie 4 seem properly impressed as they leave the inoculation room in Houston Tex after taking part in a mass test of a new polio preventive Start AntiPolio Shots HOUSTON Tex of youngsters between the ages of one and six crowded into clinics Thursday to serve as guinea pigs in an experiment which could curb polio of its killing and crippling nature They were unwilling and fright ened by the sterile needles but worried parents of Houston where the nations worst polio epidemic is raging volunteered more young sters for lhc injections than the AP Wlrophoto DENOUNCES Pat Mcparran D chairman of a Senate judiciary subcommittee which spent a year in probing Red influences on American Pa cific policy charges Owen Lattimpre with being a tool the Soviets Lattimore is a professor at Johns Hopkins University and an authority on the Far East Russia Vetoes Impartial Prdbe Eisenhower Starts Tour to Chicago Demands Clean Decent Action CHICAGO Gen Dwight D isonhower picked up two of 15 Louisiana votes in the Republican ominating convention Thursday ut Son Robert A Taft of Ohio aptured he other 13 Three more state disputes remain to be ettled by the committee A series of votes at the end of a ong hot fight before the Repub lican National Committee went his way 1 The committee voted 4141 cat two Eisenhower delegates rom the third Louisiana district 2 It voted 5143 to seat four delegaicsatlarge v 3 A motion that Elsenhower iven seven more delegates in dis utc was ruled out of order by Na ional GOP Chairman Guy Gabri el son on grounds there actually vas no contest Ralph Cake proEisenhower na ional commltteeman from Oregon appealed Gabrielsons ruling but it was sustained on a voice vote Taft had two yotes to begin with in Louisiana that werent contested at all In Com manes With Taft forces in obvious com mand the national committee de cision to give two Louisiana dele gales was interpreted Eisen UNITED NATIONS Russia Thuraday an American proposal for an impartial inquiry into Comma nist germ warfare charges The security council vote wii 101 for an investigation in Red China and North Korea b International Red Cros Soviet Delegate Jacob A Malik had warned in advance lha 10 would velo the U5 proposa ecausc the councilrefused lo in vitc the Chineseand Korean pom munisls lo lake part in Ihe dcbat Proves Falsity US Delcgalc Ernest A Gros said Maliks aclion in killing th nquiry definitely proved Ihe falsil GlobeGazette Coverage of Conventions clinics could handle during the firs day By the limo the test is com plctcd 35000 children will have been inoculated Half of the 35000 children vi get injections of G G while the other half get injections of ordinary gelatin If a high proportion of the G G injccted group escapes polio and a normal percentage of the others get it gamma globulin will be con sidered a success GlobeGazelle readers this year will hnVe the most complete news and picture service from the na ional party nominaling convcn ions ever offered lo them For both lhc Republican galhcr ng which opens next Monday and he Democralic convcnlion which ns Monday July 21 the ar rangements will be similar Coverage will be divided into our phases 1 The Associated Press and the United Press the nalions two major news organizations will pro vide the GlobeGazelle with full news service both spol and fea ture 2 The Iowa Daily Press Associa tion will be represented at the con vcnlion by ils news director Rob crl Ilogan who will give the GlobeGazelle a daily report on Ihe participalion of this stales delegation in convention affairs 3 The Associated Press will be on hand with the largest staff of cameramen ever brought together for a political event and there will be instantaneous transmission of the pictures direct from the Chi cago Ampilhealer lo the GlobeGa zeltes news room A From the GlobeGazettes own staff W Earl Hall managing edi tor will be on duty from Saturday morning in advance of the con vention until the closing session adjourns At the Republican gath ering he will be joined in the as signment by Dick Habcin of the local news slaff Their cfforls will be dircclcd at providing stories and pictures of special North Iowa interest Meanwhile pending the opening of the Republican convcnlion lhc major news services will keep GlobeGazette readers acquainted with the happenings The advance guard of The Associated Press staff assigned to cover the evcnl ia already on the grounds in Chi cago These specialists in news of poli tics are watching action of Ihe na tiona commiltce to decide the TaftEiscnhower delegate contests as well as hearings of the platform of the Communist charges It was the 40lh veto cast by HUB sin since the council first met i Immediately afler Ihe velo Jross submitted a rcsolullon cal ng on the council to declare In jcrm charges false and lo coi lcmn the practice of disscm nating such false charges American Denials The rcsolulion noted lhat th Chinese Communists North K rcans and Russians had previous rejected offers of the Red Cross 1 ook into the charges It pointc out that despite lhc American d nials the Communists had pe sistcd in spreading the charges Truman Says U N Made It Possible to Thwart Russia WASHINGTON if Prcsidcn Truman told Congress Thursd the United Nalions made it pos bie to stop Russia Tic said Ame ican go il alone advocates wou invite World War III The Kremlin policy of conquc might have been irresistible h said if it had not been clear and decisively brought to lhc b of world opinion in the UN We can win peace but we ca not win it alone the Preside said And above ail we cann win it by force alone We can w the peace only by continuing work for international justice ar morality through the United N tions drafting committee and othe prcconvenlion moves and ma ncuvcrs The full convention news sla will be complete in Chicago a fu day in advance of the opening se sion Monday at which Gen Douj las MacArthur is expected to pu out all the oralorical slops as con vcnlion keynoter out of criticism that has been directed toward some committee rulings And even before the vote was tak en Eisenhower backers said they would appeal to the convention it self to reverse the committees decision Meanwhile General Ike was tak ing off from Denver for a whistle stop sortie through Nebraska and Iowa enroute to Chicago with a promise to roar out as leader of fight to keep the Republican party clean Denver reported a fighting mad Eisenhower was de termined to take the fivestar high command in the bitter tion battle with Taft over con tested delegates in Louisiana and elsewhere Rip Demos Let Eisenhower roar out against President Truman and the Demfrj cralic administration on his whis tle stop swing Taft said in his reg ular news conference here I hope he roars out against Tru man Acheson and Brannan in the farm districts Taft said well as against the Republicans Eisenhower was all fight Taft all smiles Thursday with the con ventions presidential balloting just one week distant Now that Im in the fight Im in it with all Ive got said the general in Denver After all Ive been a fighting man all my life Im picking up some delegates losing a few said Taft at the news conference About half of the 1200 convention delegates are ready to vote for me 604 One delegate vote more than half would put Taft over and he believes hes got them Taft came to the news confer ence fresh from talks with Penn sylvanias Gov John S Fine who controls about 25 votes in his dele gation but isnt saying where he is steering them Taft said Fine had made no promise Reports of defections from Eis enhower to Taft in New Jersey North Dakota and Connecticut whooped up further enthusiasm among Tafts followers Ike men also claimed a couple of more delegates whom they said previously were uncommitted BULLETIN WASHINGTON Truman charging that steel companies art engaged in a conspiracy against HM public interest said Thursday hi no reason to use HM TaWHartley Law to end the I strike Afternoon of Thrills Citys July 4 Soap Box Derby   

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