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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 14, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for th CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NtWSFAPIR THAT MAKES All NORTH IOWANS NEIGHiOHS VOL LVIII Associated Preu and Uulud Press Full Lease Wires Five Cents Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY J HOME EDITION This Taper CnuslsU ot Two 2W One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL Managing Editor Its Too Hot For Deep Stuff JF its as sultry where these words are being heard as it is here Where theyre being spoken Im quite sure you and I will be in agreement on at least one funda mental consideration namely its no time to be placing any inordi nate strain on the thought pro cesses Another way of saying Lets take it easy Thats why in this quarter hour you are going to be exposed to the sort light and airy thing that so often goes to make up my daily personal newspaper column As a matter of fact thats the source of some of the items Ill be passing And I think Ill start with a couple of baseball recollections one rather recent and one last February when I was waiting for my B29 plane to bring me home from Europe This was at the fa mous RheinMain airport near Frankfurt which had figured so largely in the Berlin airlift Bueball Is Their Line It was a pleasant surprise for me to spot a friend of long stand ing Coach Otto Vogei of the Uni versity of Iowaonce a star base ball player at the University of Illinois later on the roster of the Chicago Cubs But for a quarter of a century or so he has been a suc cessful baseball mentor at Iowa City With him was a celebrity of other days Jack Coombs baseball coach at Duke University Durham North Car The foremost claim to fame by Coombs is that in five World Series starts for Connie Mack back in the period between 1909 and 1915 he never lost a game A teammate of Chief Bender Coombs lifetime record in the majors was 158 games won against 111 lost He hit tops in 1910 with a record of 31 won and 9 lost What wouldnt a modern day major league manager give for such a durable twirler as JackCoombs Still Fit While I didnt question lijm on the weretalking about other and more interesting things would guess that Coombs is now in his middle 60s Hed just about have to be His hair is gray hes done a good job of pre serving it All in all he looksex tremely fit for one who was setting the American League on fire more than 40 years ago A fact I didnt learn about Jack Coombs until I was back at my desk is that he is a native of Iowa He was born at a small town named Legrand near Marshall town in about the center of the state Why he remained quiet on such an important subject in our impromptu meeting in Germany is something Ill never understand Both Vogel and Coombs were in Germany on a coaching assignment among our American troops for the Department of Defense Base ball is being introduced into con tinental Europe discovered Inimitable in a bit way I Al Schacht t WILL HELP TKE IN These of Gen Dwight Eisenhowers staff which will help him in his presidential campaign Shown at the top is Arthur F Summerfield chairman of the GOP national committee and Arthur Vanclenberg Jr executive assist ant Bottom left to right are Sen Frank Carlson of Kan sas Sen Fred A Seaton of Nebraska who will be cam paign advisors and James C Hagerty press secretary Steel Union Rejects Newest Peace Offer of Management PITTSBURGH MB spokesman for the CIO United Steel workers reported Monday striking USW leaders regard the steel industrys new peace offer as unsatisfactory Company executives tossed the 43day old walkout into the unions lap over the weekend by saying they had made suggestions for ending t h work stoppage and were wait ing for the unions answer No formal answer has beenforth coming But aunion source de clared I think its obvious what our re action The union declined to confirm reports Murray is debating sum moning his committee here about Thursday or Friday to make the formal decision against accepting the undisclosed company offers The latest negotiations hit a snag after industry reportedly proposed a watereddown version of the union shop membership compulsory and other union undis closed suggestions for ending the defenseeconomy crippling strike An industry statement said Those suggestjons are still un der consideration by the union There are no definite arrange ments for further meetings Fruitless Meeting Top steel executives left this With a different mis another baseball star of another day who has achieved an even greater fame in another field My reference is to that inimitable baseball clown A Schnchl He was in Europe visiting all the sizable concentrations of American troops as ati entertainer Vogel and Coombs were waiting to start their return trip lo Amer ica but Schacht was riding the plane only to Paris where he was to be picked up at Orly Field and taken to an engagement that Sun day night at FountainBlcau an important air force center As the four of us were standing in the waiting room the sad tid ings came to us that a motor had conked out on our plane and it would be necessary to improvise a flight for those of us who were ticketed to the United States Comfort or Speed But it wont be any plush job we were assured Youll have to be satisfied with bucket seats Because I had already over stayed my leave from by bread winning job I chose lo avail my self of the impromptu flight but Coombs and Vogel werent in that much of a hurry And I myself de cided later that the time I saved wasnt quite worth the discomforts I asked for on the huge cargo plane Our transAtlantic crossing was a bit on the rugged side Learning that Schacht was wor ried over his evening assignment my daughters and a soninlaw who had brought me out to the airport from their home in Frankfurt of itrcd lo get him back to his hotel ON PAGE 2 steelcapitalSunday after an ap parently fruitless meeting with Philip Murray head of the 050000 member Steelworkcrs union Murray had nothing to say about the industry statement The last word from the union chieftain was that future negotiations are con tingent upon developments He did not elaborate US Steel Corp bellwcather of the industry asked the govern ment lor a steelprice increase Sat urday This immediately set off the weekend talks between Mur jray and the industry This isthe crux of the dispute Murray wants a union shop Indus ry is willing to go along on a mod ified plan if the government grants a price increase The union shop in its convention al form requires all workers old or new to join the union 37st Annual Picnic Held at Blue Earth BLUE EARTH near recordnumbers the 31st annual HamiltonStory picnic was held at he fairgrounds here Sunday It started with a religious service eaturing the Rev Frederick Nor slad director of chaplaincy serv ices for the Lutheran Welfare So ciety of Minnesota and closed with e reelection by acclamation ol R M Hall of Clear Lake as presi dent Floyd Osmundson of Blue Earth is treasurer and Mr Hall was authorized lo appoint a sec retary The afternoon program before the grandstand took on some of the characteristics of a memorial to Martin O Madison Blue Earth banker who for many years served as second in command lor the an nual outing The printed program contained a tribute to him in verse Gcnevieve Johnson and sever al speakers lauded his life of serv About The Weather Mason City Cooler with showers and occasional thunderstorms Monday afternoon ending early Monday night High Monday 75 to 78 towa Mostly cloudy with showers and thunderstorms Monday af ternoon cooler northwest half of state High Monday 70 to75 northwest 80 to 85 southeast Tuesday generally fair and less humid warmer northwest Partly cloudy nnd cool er south and extreme east Tuesday fair and warmer Low Monday night 48 lo 53 High Tuesday 80 to 85 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Monday Maximum 80 Minimum 02 At 8 am 62 Precipitation eeking New Mancigei Former Chief Has Own Election CHICAGO Dwight D Jsenhower the Republican presi Icntial nominee searched Monday or a new campaign manager after reluctantly letting Sen Henry Cabot Lodge of Massachusetts step aside The general also made ready to cave by plane Monday night for Denver and a vacation and Mrs Eisenhower were slated to ake off after arrival of their son Maj John D Eisenhower and his wife from Highland Falls NY Farewell Visit It will be a farewell visit with Form who is leaving soon for Cores Lodges retirement from active lirection of the generals campaign iad been expected Eisenhower said he agreed to the move only ecause 1 attach the greatest im portance to his reelection to the Senate The general said in a statement unday night that suc cessfully directed Eisenhowers bid or the GOP in formed him he wants to devote as muchtimc as possible to the Sen ile contest in the Bay state where ilep John Kennedy a Democrat s seeking Lodges seat Eisenhower also announced how ever 11181 Lodge will continue to lave close contact with the gen erals campaign as chairman of an advisory committee Staff Addition At the same time the general officially added to his staff the ex ecutive assistant of Gov Thomas E Dewey of New York James C Hagerty Hagerty will serve as Eisenhow ers press secretary He also was Deweys press man in the New Yorkers 1948 presidential cam paign and he had an importan role in planning strategy which won the GOP nomination for Eis enhower last Friday Other appointments announces by Eisenhower amounted mainly t assignment of formal titles to me who helped direct the preconvention campaign replacing Lodge Eisert hower aides indicated the genera will make no immediate decision They seem to feel that for the present strategy will be handlet mainly by the generals presen staff and by the new chairman o the Republican national commit tec Arthur F Summerfield o Michigan ice Religious Service The Blue Earth community made its largescale contribution to both the morning and the afternoon pro gram Thereligious service was concluded by the Rev A E Thompson pastor of Trinity Lu theran Church with Mrs O C Christiansen at the piano Donald Mundale presented a vocal solo Their appetite whetted by his in spiring sermon in the morning the crowd welcomed the Rev Mr Nor stnds secular talk in the after noon In it he stressed the point that Christianity is coming more and more to be accepted as an in dispensable ally of scientists whose task it is to mend and heal human bodies alid souls For about the 35th lime in as many years Hector Putnam Blue Earths mayor welcomed the pic nickers from a wide area The nucleus years ago was made up of Minnesotans and lowans who once lived in Hamilton and Story Counties Town but it has grown into a widely diffused crowd most ly of Norwegian extraction Songs Mrs Susan Stagebcrg of Red Wing spoke briefly of her student days at Jewell College scnted a song specially composed by her on mandate from last years reunion of former Jewell College students A granddaughter of R M Hall sang a pair of so prano numbers and the Rev Mau rice Felde with Mrs Keldc at the piano presented two tenor solos in the Norwegian tongue Mrs Controls Lifted on Fruits Vegetables Higher Price Seen WASHINGTON govern ment Monday lifted controls or nearly all canned and frozen fruits and vegetables Price Stabilizer Ellis Arnall predicted this wil mean higher prices for a number of items Arnall noted in a statement that office of price stabilization was Forced to take the decontrol action under an amendment Congress Lacked on to the economic controls law The amendment introduced by Ilcp Harrison DVa specifically Murder Charge Is Filed After Tavern Shooting Skywatching Gets Started DBS MOINES sky got off lo u good start fomlay in the at northeast lown ouiiUcs which form links in u 27 tate defense chain to guard the orlhern rim of Ihe nalion C E Fowler deputy stale civil cfensc director said spot checks idicaled lhat Operation Sky is going off very succcssfu in Iowa In addition to praising the pcr ormance of the lowu civilians who re going on duty as volunteers owlcr also reported favorably on csults of a oneday air spotting cst in North Central Iowa Sun ny The 11 Iowa counties which Mon ay entered upon the pcrihnncn4 ask of roundtheclock air vigil ncc were Allamakce Clayton Delaware Clinton Jack on Scott Winncshick anil parts f Howard Fayclte and Musca mc MRS DOROTHY HINICH MIKE HINICH Long Distance Dentistry ALBANY N Y Albany dentist treated u patient oil the northern tip of Greenland more than 2500 miles away without moV irig from his office Responding to an SOS sent to a ham operator here Dr Wesley Van Loan told painstricken Willlani I Pogermon how lo care for his badly abscessed tooth Pogermon is an observer at the weather station onElsmere Island 500 miles south ofthe North Pole Stevenson Big Question for Demos as Convention Wears Leaders Say Meeting Will Be Wide Open CHICAGO Democrats arc streaming into Chicago Monday I nominate a presidential nndpjdati in a convimtfcta be rough and wide open They open full sessions next Monday Before then they hope a large and perplexing cucslion will be Adlni Stevenson Democratic national convention No politician can say he would refuse a dratt In Washington Senator Ulchart Nixon the Republican vice prcsi dontial nominee told a rcportc that Stevenson is the strongest pos siblc Democratic candidate But until the probability of draft action by the convention ha been settled finally he will con exempted fruits and vegetables in fresh or prcccsscd form from price control The exemption actually became effective July I but OPS officials had been studying the field to de termine how broad the exemption should be An OPS official estimated the exemption applies to at least 90 per cent of all processed fruits and vegetables SECRETARY SHOT NEW YORK darksuited man shot and killed a pretty blond secretary at Columbia University Monday as she sat sipping orange juice and reading a letter from her GJ sweetheart in Korea Felde is a daughter of the Kcv T If Benson of Ftake The Blue Earth municipal Band opened the afternoon program with a half hour concert under the di rection of Howard Olsen Earl ClobeGazeUc editor led the community singing and reported briefly on the Republican Nation al Convention which he had just returned in the role of report er He also touched on his fact finding mission around the Iron Curtain earlier this year The final song of the afternoon Auld Lang Sync was in the na ture of a Godspeed to R M Hall who with his Dexter Minn daugh ter will leave next week for a visit to Norway do and what will the convention do about Stevenson The long shadow of the govcrnnor of Illi HUS hangs heavily over the whole party right now Trumans Choice For months his name lins been uandiod about as the probable Democratic candidate He is rc wrlcd to to have President Trumans p e r s o n a I choice for that role Stevenson repeatedly has insisted he doesnt want it and that allhe Iocs want is another term in the governors office in Springfield Sunday at Camp Hipley Minn he told a Minnesota delegate to the to be the UsXIac tor in the Democratic equation Meanwhile the avowed and an notinccd candidates arc duo Jion within the next few days Candidates They arc Sciators Kales Kcfau vcr of Tonnessoo Hi chard H Hus of Georgia Robert Kcir of Oklahoma Brien McMahon of Con iccticut Vice President Alben Jarkley and W Avcrcll llurriihah f New York director of the imi ual security administration KcfauvLrK campaign manager Jael Sullivan Look up the f a draft Sunday niul said he saw ittle possibility of one A draft vould imply the bankruptcy of the larty Sullivan said We have n lot of fine candidates Sullivan was one of the first of the principal Democratic figures lo arrive in Chicago The backers of Sen Kussili were AP Wirrpholo TKE TAKES A HOLIDAY Dwight Eisenhower GOP presidential nominee took life easy Sunday as he played with his grandchildren at Ft Sheridan 111 Shown on the tricycle is Dwight II Mrs Beatrice Thompson ma ternal grandmother holds Susan G months old while Ann i is interested in a comb few hours earlier and they were uick to biezc the advantage They et up headquarters called a new lonference Sunday afternoon am iad Sen John Sparkman ot Ala MikeHinich Being Held for Slaying Wife 30 Killed by Revolver Shots A charge of murder was filed Monday against Mike 80 t Mason City cement plantworker for the tavern slaying ot his wife Dorothy 30 Saturday night charge was brought by County Attorney James R Brown A preliminary hearing was sched uled Tuesday morning before Po lice Judge B R Dunn Police Chief Leo Allstot said first degree murder will be charged at that time Hinich has been held in city jail since Saturday on an open charge Police said Hinich admitted fir g four revolver shots at his wife s she was sitting in a booth witfc rlcnds Mr and Mrs Cecil Car erry 12Vi Delaware S E Two Police Chiet Leo Allstot said Dr alph E Smiley Cerro Gordo County Coroner has determined iat two of the shotsentered Mrs Hinichs body both striking her pine She died almostinstantly Hinich then attempted to fire two shots into his own head but by standers struggled with him and both shots went wildHe was re as the spokesman Sparkman said among othe things 1 Russells winning the candidacy arc stronger now that he Hepublicans have picked long been a belief that Stevenson would nol run against Elsenhower might accept a draft if Sen Robert A Taft had Been the nom nee 2 Russell will not lose a single jlectoral vote from ainbng the oulhcrn states if he is nominatedi 3 However we would be blind f we failed to recognize the extent f Elsenhowers popularity in the outh 4 Russells greatest handicap es in the popular nfoundcd Sparkman Kit he is a sectional candidate parkmau said the senators whole ccord belies any evidence of scc onnlism in his thinking or action Demos Urge Primary Law WASHINGTON ItfFifly three crnocralic congressmen Monday rgccl n plank in their partys plat orm calling for a law to require int all political parties hold na tonwide presidential primaries The recommendation that the ooplc he given more of n say in ic iioniinntion of candidates was uide by both Senators and House nembcrs Legislation proposing such a hangc was introduced this year ut Congress did not act on it Among those recommending uch u planJc in the party platform vcrc Sen Estes Kefauver of Ten esscc a candidate for the partys residential nominationand the ampaign managers of three other President Alben V Barkley Sen Richard B Rtis ell and Mutual Security Admin stralor Avcrcll Hnrriman money letter written LARGE COLLECTION DES MOINES of the trgcsl mobile blood collections ince the Iowa defense center pened last pints collected the first week in uly at Mason City Dr James W oung center director said The lood was shipped directly to Corca strained until police arrived Filed for Divorce He wanted to kill himself and her he yvn ill health and she re cently had filed suit tor divorce t 7 The two were married Dec 15 1951 by at Austin Minn according io Hin ichs statement but practically from the first they had troqble She was continually and going1 out with other men Hinich said He also accused her J1 j by Hinich ia Croatian to a friend Nick Nego nir 824 Van Buren SW ranslatcd by Negomir for police D Jt Hinich said that his wife had pent all his money and property bout 7000 Other Men I cant stand it any more the letter said telling of seeing her sit ting on the knees of other men while he watched His statement told ot leaving home at 1450 Adams NW about 4 pm Saturday and going to a tavern where he had two drinks ot whisky with another ian He thea began a lour of half a dozen Ma son City taverns which he Inter rupted in midevening to go home for a revolver hehad purchased on July srtt ended at the Blue Rib bon Tavern 319 S Federal about pm Someone called to him as he passing in a taxi the statement said telling him that his wife was there He walked in and back to the booth where she was sitting and began shooting without speak ing to her The only thing that he is sorry for is that he did not kill himself his statement concluded Friends said Hinich has four children by a previous marriage The mother died about three years ago Three of the children Helen Mike and Nancy live in Mason City Another daughter Millie lives in Pennsylvania 8 Years in Mason City Mrs Hinicli was born June 9 1922 at Alia Vista She had made her home in Mason City for the past eight years Surviving arc her mother Mrs Elva Patten Mason City father Roy Patten Osage and four brothers Vernon and Donald Sac ramento Calif Berl Mason City and Jerry Eau Claire Wis Funeral arrangements are in complete Friends may call atthe Major Memorial Chapel from noon Wednesday until the time of serv ices SAME 741 ajc riffle rfctlh In past 21 hnart Military Construction Bill Gets Approval W A S H INGTON LWPresident Truman Monday approved an act authorizing for mili tary construction mostly secret air bases The hew Jaw provides for closer controls over military spend ing   

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