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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 15, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowot Doily Newspaper Edited te MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NIWSVArift THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANS HOME EDITION VOL LVIII ud United FuU Wirw MASON CITY IOWA TUISOAY JULY IS ItU Wild Early Morning Ride Claims Life of t Nora Springs Man morning ride in Mason City Tuesday claimed the life of Kenneth L Brierly 22 Route 2 Nora Springs Brierly died of injuries suffered at am Tuesday When the auto he was driving sideswiped one tractortrailer and careened into another just west of the VFW Club on Highway 18 A passenger in the 1940 v model Brierly caV Bill MattV 38 also of Route 2 Nora Springs received head cuts and bruises in the crash He was reported in fair condition at the hospital Din at Hospital Brierly died about an hour and a half after theaccident at a Mason City hospital where he being treated for a brain concussion and Internal injuries His death brought to two the number of traffic fa talities in Mason City for 1952 The other fatality occurred when a youngster fell out of a car and the vehicle rolled over her in a drive way Police said they found a pint bottle of whisky half full in the Brierly car Police reported that Brierly was driving east on 4th SE when his auto sideswiped a tractor trailer driven by James Denton Kennett Mo After striking the Denton vehicle Brierlys auto careened into another tractor traijer driven by James Stepp Jr Manchester The Denton and Stepp vehicles were westbound on 4th SE A police captain who investigated the accident quoted the two truck drivers as saying Brierly was driving at a terrific speed when the accident occurred Hip auto was demolished in the crash and both the other vehicles were bad ly damaged According to police Matte was asleep in Brierlys car Brierly who was not married lived with his parents Mr and Mrs Garfett Brierly Funeral ar rangements complete Tuesday afternoon at the Scheckler Funeral Home Nora Springs V is J Two Liquor Store Heads Suspended DBS MOINES OH The Iowa liquor commission has suspended two state store at Sioux City and the other at Fort permitting sale of liquor for resale the commission revealed at its meeting Tuesday Commission Chairman Harold E Wolfe said investigations are under way in other stores and more suspensions will be ordered if necessary The store managers who have been suspended for two weeks are Orren E McCoy of Sioux City and Roy Tyler of Fort Dodge Wolfe said Our policy against selling liquor for resale still is in effect Wolfe said It has been in effect for a year and by now they ought to know we mean it These store managers either knew the sales were for resale or they didnt know what was going on in their stores Truman Signs Bill Against Price Cutting Opponents Say It Will Hurt Consumer WASHINGTON W now on retail price cutting on trade marked or brand name merchan dise is illegal in any of 45 states if manufacturers first fix prices by agreements with one or more retailers within a states boundar ies President Truman Monday sign ed a federal fair trade law ratify ing such agreements in states having fair trade laws Charge Retail The federal law requires all merchants in a state to charge the retail price set by the manu facturer whether or not they sign Lhe agreement if at least one re tailer has signed such an agree ment In this respect it reverses a 1951 Supreme Court decision that merchants who did not sign the agreements could not be required to observe the fixed price Enforcement will be up to the 45 except Missouri Texas and fair trade laws Signing the controversial bill President Truman said it will eliminate certain unfair compet itive practices and thereby will help1 small businessmen to stay in But he said it also wilf re move some jcompetitive force which otherwise would operate to help keepprices down He asked Congress to study the question further next year in the hope of finding a better solution Cost Consumers During Congressional considera tion of the new law this year op ponents called it a weakening of antitrust laws and said it would cost consumers two billion dollars a year by eliminating bargain sales of brand name merchandise Proponents said it would save small businesses from bankruptcy by preventing price slashes by their bigger competitors ThU at Two Man Tcrsr SAME 2tt Rlkck Mar means trifflr Mil 4 boiri Kefauver Manager Says Other Forces Are Ganging Up i Agriculture Dept to Keep Farm Review Under DEATH Officers Jim Coyle left and Dave Foilett inspect the Sr flriven by Kenneth L Brierly 22 Route 2 Nora Springs after it struck two tractortrailers in Mason City early Tuesday Brierly died later at a hospital of injuries received in the crash Bill Matte 38 also of Route 2 Nora Springs a passenger in the Brierly car received injuries in the crash UP An Agriculture Department spokesman aaid Tuesday the departments controversial farm policy will be kept under wraps possibly another until after the political conventions The review which may play an explosive part in election ampaign attempts to woo the crucial farm vote has been n the works since last mer when Secretary of Ag Steel Union Industry Cant Agree After Talks Resume Wait Further Word From White House PITTSBURGH Ml New steel strike peace talks ended Tuesday with industry and the CIO United Steelworkers in disagreement but standing by for further word from the White House After a twohour bargaining ses sion President Philip Murray of the striking union iciued Aa joint statement which rsaid Steelman presidential assistant asked both sides to stand by The statement by Murray and Vice President Joseph M Larkin of Bethlehem Steel said Continue Discussions We have continued our discus sions this morning and are still in disagreement We have reported that bytelephone to Mr Steelman Hehas requested that we stand by for further word from him Murray told newsmen he expect ed to hear from Steelman within a few hours Presidential Assistant John R Steelman arranged the talks He acted after a round of weekend discussions raised hope then settling the 44dayoId dispute Steelman telephoned both union and industry representatives from Washington Monday and insisted on a new try for peace in the strike that had idled about a million and of the nations breadwin Negotiating Ttamt President Philip Murray and Ar thur J Goldberg generalcounsel jhead the union negotiating team The industry is represented by two Bethlehem Steel Corp officials President Joseph Larkin and John H Morse general coun sel Coincidental with setting up the peace talks the office of price sta bilization tossed a minor bomb by rejecting appeals of three steel companies for price boosts ranging from to 6 a ton But the OPS ruling against ap peals from Wcirton Armco and Pittsburgh Steel all operating under new quickly shrugged off by the industry a half ners rMII HOOUl The Weather City Partly cloudy ant Tuesday afternoon Tucs day night and Wednesday High CANDIDATE TALKS TO Robertas Kerr of Oklahoma sits on a bed in a hotel room as he holds an informal press conference in Chicago Kerr is seeking the Democratic presidential nomination Kerr plans to return to Washington for a meeting with President Tru man this week before the national convention opens Mon day All About 80 to 82 to 62 Low Tuesday night 60 Iowa Gradual clearing southeast otherwise partly cloudy Tuesda afternoon warmer west half little change in temperature cast high near 75 east 83 west Wed nesday partly cloudy and warm er Minnesota Partly cloudy a nt warmer Tuesday night and Wed nesday scattered thundershowers Wednesday GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum 64 Minimum 52 At 8 am 64 Precipitation M All This for a Kiss SAN JOSE Calif 23yearold motorist took his girl ut for a ride Monday and police said this is what happened when he tried to kiss her The car skidded 321 fee jumped a curb plowed over a lawn hurdled a retaining wall smashed through a 2foot brick pillar am came to rest against the wall of a brick house No one was injured Jesus Medrano Rome a laborer was cited for driving without due caution reckless driving and driving on the wrong side of the road Sets Speed Height Record Rocket Plane Exceeds 1300 Miles an Hour MOFFETT FIELD Calif apparently inadvertent disclosure that the skyrocket research airplane has flown twice the speed of sound was confirmed here Tuesday It also was indicated that the Skyrocket carried refriger iculture Charles F Brannan or ered a nationwide survey of farm pinion 7 Monthi Study For thepast seven months agrl ulture officials havebeen prepar ng longdelayed summary of he ideas andsuggestions on gov rnment farm policies that poured n from farmers The summary has been completed but its publica ion has hit a political snag f The spokesman said many mem bers of the nongovernment ad isory group which will be con ulted before the department makes the review publichave been usy conferring with platform ommittees of both trie Democratic nd Republican Parties The ad isers are scheduled to review the armers suggestions and make to Brannan on arm policy Were all ready to go the spokesman said but we are going to try toget the advisory group together until after the con ventions are out of way department tailed to get the ation equipment enough to cool a This would be n an airplane flying more Lhan 1300 miles an order to keep the pilot from being roast ed alive and to keep the airplane metal from turning soft Higher Fattar The Navy has announced official ly only that Douglas test pilot Bill Bridgeman flew its D5581I Sky rocket faster and higher than any other piloted aircraft has travelled The details were kept secret The newworld speed and altitude rec ords were set over the Mojave desert near Edwards Air Force base Calif last August At an air show at Edwards last Saturday however an an Air Force major speaking over a public address the Skyrocket had flown more than 1300 miles an hour A fellow officer said later thai the announcer had been authorized only to say that the plane was capable of that speed Officials of the national advisory committee for aeronautics here for the biennial inspection of NCAAs aeronautical said thedisclosure of the speed was correct theatre of 3000 seats 79000 The altitude more than 79000 feet was in an article in the aviation trade magazine Pega sus a month ago The Skyrocket was launched from a B29 mother ship at about 30000 feet for the start of its rec ordshattering flight It has a turbojet engine with rocket engine for the additional move into supersonic has wings swept back thrust to flight and 35 degrees At the laboratory inspection here Tuesday NCAA officials declared that aerodynamic heating result ing from friction of air on planes traveling at supersonic speed is the next big barrier which avi ation must overcome now that the oncefeared sonic the sup posed air block at the speed of has been hurdled VFW HONORS HOPE WASHINGTON Uft Comedian Bob Hope has been awarded the Veterans of Foreign Wars first Al Jolson award and citation for the laughs hes given service men and hospitalized veterans Raging in Sioux City SIOUX CITY UrVA 29yearold Sioux Cilyan Tuesday became the ninth victim of polio to die at a Sioux City hospital this year There are now 95 polio patients under treatment here The latest fatality is Morton ffarrisfln who was admitted to a hospital Monday as a bulbar patient He underwent surgery am was placed in an iron lung Two more respirators were flown icre from Minneapolis Monday to provide an additional margin safety for people in the area Dr J 11 Humphrey chair man of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis said He said he also had arranged for six hotpark processing ma chines to be flown from Denver Twelve more emergency nurses making a total of 19 were re quested through facilities of the Red Cross and the Foundation R G Crooks Foundation rcpre scntative for Western IowaMon day met with Sioux City doctors the health department nurses or ganizations the local Foundation chapter and officials of IHe St Vin cent and St Joseph Mercy Ifospi tals These agencies arc making plans lo be put in effect should the num her of new cases take a further upswing Nineteen hew polio cases were reported at the two hospitals between 7 pm Sunday arid 10 pm Monday Accused Robber to Return to Iowa DBS MOINES Jo seph Walsh 62 arrested in Lo Angeles by the FBI on July 4 wa expected to be returned here this week to face charges in the holdup the Central Nationa Bank and Trust Co Walshr known in Des Moines a William A Haley waived cxtradi tion Monday before a United State commissioner in Los Angeles Hearing on Hinich Set for Thursday A1 preliminary bearing on a barge of murder brought against nalorn Mike HlnichrW a Ma sonCity ment plant worker has been sched uled for1 9 a m Thursday in udge Dunns police court A hearing had been planned u Tuesday but the new date was set bribe offers y M L MasonHinichs ey and County Attorney James R Brown Police saidHinich has admitted lie tavern slaying Saturday night year Dorothy Describing himself nd ready to leave this because his wife had spent all his kept wlkh the ould leave the department open charges of 4 o the Democratic would leave o The farm survey labeled UM Family1 Farm1 Policy Review alreadyhas been1 branded with a political tag by President Allan B Cline oE the powerful Farm Bu reau Federation The farm bureau has charged hat the timing of the release of hesurvey is designed to furnish he Democrats with campaign fod der They Were All Oiled Up No Church Sunday ALEXANDER Alexander resi lents were without church serv ces Sunday because of freshly oiled streets The Reformed Church and the Community Melh xlist Church canceled their scrv ces when it was feared the track ng of oil into thechurches would cause considerable damage The streets were oiled Saturday HST Says Again He r Kerr Denies Any j o i m V i Deal Connection against Sen EstM Jut fauyer and a strpitf statementlfroBfPreBdek that he wffl Mtni for rtelecttoB tbelpvnocratieeer intion headquarter Tuesday The party will opeit tta ing convention Monday r iTuesday spoke of Vdeala designedto af coalition ofj against the Tenneiseeaenator said1 hehad bfcm told that CaM fornia delegates have received Sen Robert SKerr of Oklahoma promptly any connection with the reporta of ettbrts delegates His7 headquarters issued a w s r lv A Sullivan re they are slipping and MH4MM4r otter men Hmlch fired snoU into tat dewntov friends She die4 almoat tWoW 1W Htoieb Held in ilr tligbily built acled jaborer a native o4 Yugo sJayMVifbeingwatched Vjf guards 4 day report that Hinichhas told hem he is feeling better arid us jmade no further suicide at eiinpts Mike doesnt UUcnnuch one uard said This HW1J T meant what mf ai mankillinf Job Suspension Raises Hopesfor Truce PANMUNJOM UPThe twoday ecess in Korean s truce negotia ions touched off speculation Tues day that a major development may e near The recess was requested by the Communists Monday possibly to onsider a still undisclosed United Nations proposal for breaking the deadlock over repatriation of war risoners Reds customarily ask fora ecess In the truce talks only when hey have something to refer to jgher authorities in Pyonydng and wouldnt to see me carried out in a pineboard box would rvr McKinaey will not come to the convention until after it baa cboaoi its can s Reporter rgave McKinnir Jtbe gist of gcUjvans accusation about the reported coalition replied I1 know of no my ion a coalition of no twocandi dates would be sufficient to put over a winner This open and the shots so scattered its going to take m over a winner This Isja wide than two candidates to stop body Earlier Sullivan told conference were based on news accusations were of a plot ALASKA HOTEr FIRE Firemen fight flamelslind smoke as they struggle to save the old Pioneer Hotel at Fairbanks Alaska One person was known dead and five others were missing and presumed to have perished The fire occurred in the ghostly light of the midnight sun to form an alliance against Kefau ver i X He read a long statement which said i In Chicago week we want to be free of those fixers and mas ters of the double cross To them sellout of the people is never important If there are any deals to be made if the price is right theywant to make them behind closed doors They cannot do it out in the open before the eyes of the nation r j Reporters questioned Sullivan closely for details of the alleged deals and for n a me He said The statement speaks for itself He said however he does not elude either President or Frank McKinney chairman of the Democratic national tl committee among those he suspects of partic ipating in a stopKef auver coali tion In fact he said the other Demo cratic candidates themselves may not be parties to the alleged plot A reporter asked who is arranging it arid Sullivan replied Their backers Asked if he considered it pos sible that the candidates could be unaware of what their supporter are doing he replied It could be The only instance inwhkh names were named arose when Sullivan was asked about reports from Cal ifornia that delegates in Out state have been approached He said John Aason Ford Cali fornia national committeeman had telephoned hint about such reports In that coonectioo SuUivaa booed Sen Robert S Ken of OkhN   

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