Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Share Page

Mason City Globe Gazette: Saturday, July 12, 1952 - Page 1

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 12, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                North IOWAS Doily Newspaper CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NOKTH IOWANS N EIG H i O R S HOME EDITION VOL LVHI AMOcUtcd Press end United Full LMM Five OnU Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JULY 12 WJ Thti Paper of Two Summe New GOP Chairman Iowa Tdft Supporters Will Back Eisenhower CHICAGO who arrived here last week wear ing Taft buttons pinned on I Like Ike badges Saturday and promised to carry the state this fall for Gen Dwight D Eisenhower Opposing factions within the delegation shook hands and verbally hoped they could forgive and forget some of the bitterness that came the surface here Early Saturday three new faces became Iowa members of the Republican national committee top policy agency for the party during the next four years They are Robert K Goodwin of Des Moines who voted for Sen Robert A Taft of Ohio in initial tests Mrs Anna Lomas of Red Oak who did the same and James S Schramm of Burlington chair man of the state central commit tee Schramm was not a delegate or alternate to the convention A change in rules of the national committee made by this convention added the state chairman to the group as a bonus for states thai voted Republican in presidential gubernatorial contests or Congressional Retiring national committee members are Harrison E Spangler of Cedar Rapids who also was a Taft man and Mrs Charles S Hickman1 of Centerville They die not seek reelection In the first roll call on presiden tial nominations Friday Iowas 26 delegates split 16 for Ike and 10 for Taft Sen B B Hickenloopcr joined he 15 known Ike delegates while Goodwin and Mrs Lomas who said hey were uncommitted joined eight known Taft delegates Beardsley Refuses Comment on Goodwin CHICAGO UP Iowa Gov William S Beardsley refused Sat urday to try to predict whether an effort would be made to oust Rober K Goodwin as Republican nationa committeeman from the tall corn state Beardsley is a supporter of Gen Dwight D Eisenhower who won the Republican presidential nomi nation Friday Goodwin backet Sen Robert A Taft Beardsley denied there was any trouble within Iowas delegation to the convention Mr Goodwin has been electei national committeeman and I hop he makes a good one the gover nor said Al Wlrciiholo WIDOW PROTESTS GOyearold Mrs Elizabeth Stevens is dragged protesting across her lawri in Lapeer Mich by two deputized female attendants of a state hospital after she was evicted from her home She had pay a assessment levied against her after the failure of an insurance company and her farm was finally sold Mrs Stevens still refused to vacate and the sheriff deputies and state police carried out an eviction order Greatest Allied Air Smash Leaves North Korea Capital in Rubble SEOUL Korea B29 Super fortresses took over at duskFrida to make an aroundtheclock bomb ing of Communist installations in the North Korean capital the greatest Allied air blow of the war Sixtyfive Superforts followet waves of fast United Nations fight er bombers which left Pyongyang the capital and its environs in flames during daylong raids More than 1400 tons of bombs were loosed on the rubbled area in a record 1254 sorties individua 1330 Sortiet A record 1330 sorties against War Vet for Ike ROCHESTER NY feel Ill live another four years says James A Hard who will be lit Tuesday The nations oldest Civil War veteran made that comment Fri day when told the Republicans had nominated Gen D Eisenhower for President Hard a lifelong Republican says he cast his first rote for Abra ham Lincoln Steel Chiefs May Revise Decision on Union Shops PITTSBURGH by CIO Presiclent Philip Mur ray that he would meet again Saturday with topsteel of ficials indicated the industry might make a new proposa onthe union shop major issue in the coat which has idled Pyongyang and other targets Fri day is part of a new get tough policy which began with annihila tion of key North Korean power in stallations last month The old rec ord of 1283 sorties was set May 1 more than 1000000 Murray renewed negotiations with steel executives Thursday and Friday ostensibly in response to an industry appeal to permit iron ore shipment0 to the strikebound mills while the Great Lakes are still navigable But their discussion had turned to the strike of Murrarys 650000 The Air Force called the Pyongago yang strike the largest 24hour effort of the Korean conflict by Far East air forces on one target area It came as Gen J Lawton Col lins U S Army chief of staff ar rived in Tokyo for conferences with Gen Mark Clark U N Far East commander and Gen Otto P Wey land Far East Air Force com mander who ordered the air action against the Reds Military Tergott Even before the devastating night raid a Tass Russian dispatch from Pyongyang broadcast by Moscow radio and heard in Lon don termed the 500plane day at tack barbaric on a peaceful town which has no military objectives Air Force spokesmen said how ever the targets were depots fac tories and troop installations some of them spotted months ago on in telligence films and permitted to ripen Steelworkers which began 41 days Separate Sessions Following the joint session Fri day both sides in the dispute which has staggered the BULLETIN OLEUM Calif terrific followed by fire hex swept the Union Oil Co docks here and 2 oil tankers are re ported sunk All available ambulances from surrounding communities have been sent to the scene which is described as holocaust of fire smoke and debris New Hampton Girl Dies of Polio NEW HAMPTON UP Shirley Knutson 16 died of polio Friday fn University Hospitals at Iowa City Taken o the hospital Tuesday was the daughter of Mr and Mrs Theodore Knutson who live on a farm near here economy held separate sessions Murray also president the United Steelworkers of America declined to comment on what went BULLETIN WASHINGTON top steel industry officials asked the White House Saturday to ap prove e steel price increase That brought immediate specu lation that negotiations between the striking CIO Steelworkers and the industry in Pittsburgh are making progress on at the conferences but said it was reasonable to expect more negotiating today A belief that the industrys stand against the union shop might be softening grew from a oneman change in the steel negotiators lineup Union Shop Bethlehem Steel Vice President Joseph Larkin replaced Republic Steel President Charles White an CORN CONDEMNED CHICAGO carload of low corn has been condemned by federal court order after pure foo and drug administration inspector had labeled five per cent of th 1700 bushels unfit for human con sumption Sidelights Ike Forces Planned for 2nd Baildt By W EARL HALL CHICAGO Eisenhower or animation is good No doubt abou t But it isnt as good as it ap eared to be in its explosive vie ory on the first ballot All of the generals strategj ailed for nomination on the sec the The assumption was that too many del gates were committed to at leas jne vole for a rival candidate to lope for a first ballot blitz In their conversations with slat delegations with a leaning towan jut not in the Eisenhower camp spokesmen talked in terms of reak on the second ballot It wasnt until that opening ro call oC the states was a third o the way along that it became ap parentthe total Eisenhower vot would be within easy shooting dis ance of the required 604 votes fo nomination It was then that Harold Stasse and the Minnesota delegate pledged to him sensed the golde opportunity to roll in the decisiv votes The Minnesota bid for rcc ognition at the conclusion of th first roll call was immediate Throughout the convention it ha appeared Californias block of 7 votes would be decisive Man reasoned that nobody could w Continued on page 2 Nixon Vaults to Nomination on Red Hunt CHICAGO young man who parlayed Whittnker Chambers nunpkin papers into a vice presi lential nomination was ready when he lightning struck Thirtynineyearold Sen Richard M Nixon held a midnight press conference in his hotel room after getting the Republican bid to serve notice on the Democrats and Gen Dwight D Eisenhower that theyre going to sec something new in veeps when he hits the campaign trail The Californian said hat as fur as he is concerned there are only InterParty Alliance CHICAGO Wl An alliance may be shaping wp the small fry In north west section of cepi I families of Richard Nixon Republican presiden Ul and Sen auver bidding for Democratic top spot within i block and half of other Mrs Nixon their ld daughter Pet to be he best friend of David Ke auver alto e He chooses me for every hing in the kindergarten where they are classmates Pet re ported Nixon said the Kefauver dog Is frequent guest in the kitchen A WJraiihotn GOP NOMINEES Dwighfc U Eisenhower left has his hand held aloft by Sen Richard Nixon of Califor nia as the two accepted the nominations for President and vice president at the national Republican convention wo issues the Truman record nd Communism at home and l On those issues and lower at the head of the ticket e said we can defeat any Dem cratic candidate Because he added regard ess of who he is he will be a Tru mannamed Tr u m a n controlled andidate Any Democratic candidate will e stuck with the Truman record tvd that gives us our issue As soon as the GOP Convention ormally nominated him Friday night Nixon hustled over to Eisen wwcrs headquarters to talk over he strategy they will follow in the Stevenson Says He Is Not Demo Candidate WASHINGTON Adlai of Illinois an nounced in Springfield Friday night that he would definitely not run f orthe Democraticnomination although he has been mentioned as a draft candidate Inn statementissued through an aide Stevenson reiter ated he is a candidate only lection campaign between now and November He said the general agreed with him that he wont be dropped into he traditional oblivion of vice presidents if they win the election Eisenhower assured him He said that he envisioned the vice presi dency as a job which could be greatly enlarged so far as respon sibility is concerned Nixon who wasnt even a dele gate to his partys convention in 1948 skyrocketed to national prom inence as a Communisthunter He did it without getting the witch hunter tag pinned on many of his congressional colleagues Nixon lived in Ottumwa during parts of 1942 and 1943 while he was assigned to the Oltumwa naval air sation during World War II FIRE RAZES BARN SIBLEY Cfl Fire destroyed a large barn on the Edward Braun farm near Sibley Friday for reelection as governor of Illinois and wants no other office No Direct Comment Stevenson refused direct com ment on Gen Eisenhowers nomi nationby the Republicans but ex ressed confidence that the Demo ratic nominee will win in Novem ber Meanwhile the Democratic pres idential rucc temporarily slowed down as the Republicans picked ihcir standard bearer roared into the finnl lap With the Democratic convention eight days away Democratic pres idential hopefuls opened their sprint in the wideopen scramble to face Gen Eisenhower in No vcmber Democratic party leaders who have been sitting on the sidelines awaiting the outcome of the GOP convention generally viewed Els enhower as a strong candidate They agreed Eisenhowers nominn HST Wants Platform on Fair Deal WASHINGTON President Truman was represented Friday as determined to insist on a fighting campaign on an allout Fair Deal platform as the best hope of a Democratic victory over Gen Dwight D Eisenhower in Novem ber A longtime Democratic associate of the President said thalTruman will oppose any watering down of the foreign and domestic pro posals for which he has cam paigned since he entered the White House rh Ioi Ike Chiefs Huddle to Plan Drive Offers Shining Promise Crusade CHICAGO Wl ArthurSummer field of Michigan Saturday unanimously was elected chairman of the Republican national commit tee with the approval of General Dwight D Eisenhower party presi dential nominee Summerfield who helped supply vital Michigan votes in Eisenhow ers winning convention battle wittf Senator Robert A Tatt of Ohio took overthe chairmanship from Guy G Gabrielson of New Jersey In taking over the partys reins Summerfield said the GOP is in more than a political campaign echoed Eisenhowers call for a cru sade Fighting This is a fighting cruiade to preserve America and we the peoples are with Summerfield said1 The Michigan committeejnaa told a reporterit will be decided later whether theri will be a separate campaign director or whether he personally will take over Eisenhowers November drive Sinclair Weeks of Massachusetts who nominated Summerfield for the post is in line for appointment as campaign finance director Summerfield said tie hasinvited Thomas E Colmanof Tafts convention floor manager to Join the Eisenhower organization in the generalelection Meanwhile Gen tet out shinning promise tntMde tor he presidency i H At the side of jthe general of the won tlw party nomination by blasting down four rivals on a single Fri day marched Sen Richard M Nixon ofrCalifbraia Handpicked by Elsenhowtr and his advisers for No 2 place on the ticket Nixon dramatized the GOP bid for support of the younger people In Navy The Californian a former lieu tenant commander in theNavy completed an ArmyNavy team chosen by Republicans at their 25th national convention Nixon was unopposed for the vice presidential nomination Elsenhower took only one thrill packed ballot to dispose of Sen Robert A Ohio Gov Earl Warren of California former Gov Harold E Stasscn of Minnesota and Gen Douglas MscArthur in outspoken opponent of the union shop which would require work ers in the industry to join the USW In a secret conference with the union in New York last month Bethlehem Steel offered a modi fied version of the union shop ac ceptable to Murray Major basic steel producers rejected the idea however It was estimated that steel com panies now are losing about 2800 XX tons of ore shipments weekly because of the layoff of some 23 000 iron ore miners The strike also idled more than 525000 workers in the automobile oil railroad mine and lake trans Iportation industries in addition to labout 590000 members of the USW lion would necessitate a vigorous campaign and a powerful votegct ler to assure a Democratic victory In November Proper Candidate There was no unanimity in the divided Democratic camp howcv er over the proper lead the Democrats to victory Four avowed Democratic candi Sens Estes Kefauver of Tennessee Richard B Russell of Georgia and Robert S Kerc of Oklahoma and Foreign Aid Ad ministrator Averetl Harriman each wasted no time in champion ing himself as the candidate to tangle with Eisenhower in Novem ber The candidates agreed that re gardless of whom the Democrats lominalc victory for their party s assumed But each touted him self as the candidate who would lave the best odds to beat the gen eral Russell said he will welcome the opportunity to meet Eisenhower with full confidence of a Demo cratic victory in November In a congratulatory telegram to Eisenhower Kefauver said f am lookingforward to debating the issues of the campaign with you in the fall This Truman confidant who would not allow the use of his name told this reporter he did not know as yet who the President will support for the Democratic nomin ation But you may be sure that the President will insist that the nom inee run on a strong Fair Deal plat form he said Truman has OLiUiiicd most of his objectives in a scries of recent speeches starting with his address March 29 to the JeffersonJackson dinner in which he disclosed he would not be a candidate for re election About AP Wlrephoto A SAD DAY FOR Bellmor of Sterling III was in tears at Tafta headquarters after the Republican presidential nomination went to General Eisenhower Friday Ev erybody in this Taftbuttqn group exceptfor one womaa who wants to wave at the camera seems in low spirits Sgt Thomas Nangle Wounded in Korea Sgt Thomas Nangle 19 son of Mr and Mrs Elmer MNangle 403 4th S E has been wounded while serving with theMarines in Korea according to word received by his parents He received shrapnel wounds in his right leg on June 25 he wrote his parents Sgt Nangle has been in service since May 1951 and has been fighting on the Korcao rpont since Dec 11951 Tbe Weather Meson City Partly cloudy through Sunday thundershowers Satur afternoon and Saturday night Warm Saturday high 90 Saturday night near 60 Cooler Sunday withhigh near 80 owe Partly cloudy and warmer Saturday afternoon scattered thundershowers northwest ajvd extreme west Highs 90 north south Partly cloudy with scat tered thundershowers west Sat urday night and mostly north ami west Sunday Minnesota Considerable cloudi ness with scattered thunder showers Saturday night and Sun day cooler southeast Sunday Low Saturday night 5258 5863 south High Sunday in 70s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Saturday the presidential contest Acting swiftly to organize campaign he said will be dedicated to the shining promise oftomor row Eisenhower called available GOP members ofCongreu into a closed conference to discuss policies r I In a colorful takeoff for what both he and Nixon promised would be a fighting campaign Eisenhow er told a crowd of about 10000 per sons who filled onlypart of the seats in the stockyards convention hall at the final night session It is more than a nomination I accept today It is a dedication to the shining promise of tomorrow i Dressed entirely in col or that pleases theeye of TV cam five star general laid down to the cheers of the party members these aims of the cam paign he said he is prepared to lead To sweep from office aa ad ministration which has fastened on every one of us the wastefulness the arrogance and corruption in Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation 86 65 77 trace high places the heavy burdens and the anxieties which are the bitter fruit of a party too long in power GOP more it is our aim to give to our country a program of progressive policies drawn from our finest Republican traditionsto unite us where we have been vided to strengthen freedom wherever among any group it has been weakened to build a sore foundation for sound prosperity for all here at home and for a just aad sure peace in theworid Aiming at total victory enhower said this would inchate more Republicans in local aad state offices and GOP control Congress The nominee proniMdi nahf   

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 155+ million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

10 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 10 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 155 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 19 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication