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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 18, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THK NEWSPAPER THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH 10WANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOl LVIM Associated Presi and UnlUd Prew TuU Wires Polio Drug to Be Given in Sioux City 165XrChildren Slated for Tests SIOUX CITY an The second 1352 field test in the use of the gamma globulin blood fraction aimed at prevention of paralysis in poliomyelitis will be launched here Monday Dr William Hammon of the University of Pittsburgh Thursday told a news conference ot plans to run the tests here 16500 Childrin The plans call for the inocula tion of 16500 children between the ages ot one and 11 to begin Mon day During the tests half of the children will be inoculated the blood derivative and the other half with a harmless gelatin sub stance The test here is the continuation of studies launched at Prove Utah last year and conducted at Houston Tex earlier this month Both cities were the scene of polio epidemics similar in scope with Sioux City which has recorded 12 polio deaths this year Dr Hammon said the tests are not a cure or a prevenlative for polio but seek to determine if the inoculation of human beings with gamma globulin has the same pro tective effect against paralytic polio that it has when administer ed to animals Guarantee Nothing We guarantee nothing Dr Hammon said However we are hopeful that this blood derivative will provide protection against the crippling effects of poliomyelitis There have been strong indica tions from our tests with animals to indicate it does The tests are being financed by the National Foundation for In fantile Paralysis The blood is being supplied by the American Red Cross The blood substance is the same common fraction which has been used in measles That derivative contains poliomyelitis and other or substances which de fend the body against the disease MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JULY 195J Piper Com lit j of Two One No 143 ii l was hit when one of two autos in a collision smm into hm t a hospital she was found to have fractures of the left log ml elbow Demo Candidates Make Bid tor Backing of Labor Chiefs Cllnict The inoculations will begin in live clinics here The study will take six days with the clinics operating every day During two of these days one of the clinics will be moved to South Sioux City Neb Dr Hammon said the studies arc In the nature of a gamble be cause the length of polio epidemics are unpredictable He said the out Berkley Kerr Arrive Both Predict Victory By JACK BELL CHICAGO leaders hit Chicago Friday determined to have a dominant voice in next weeks choice oC a Democratic presidential nominee CIO President Philip Murray ar rived in this Democratbesieged city as candidates were bidding furiously for union support There were reports that the CfO and the AFL might get together to back a single Sen Estos Kefauver of Tennessee or Avcrell Harriman of New York break here not terminate abruptly It still is early in season for polio he added the 62YearOld Sgt Gets Silver Star SEOUL Korea U S Army Thursday awarded a silver star to a 62yearold master ser geant in his third war The nations third highest medal for valor was pinned on Arne Stenslie Devils Lake N D Stenslie organized and led the defense of a frontline position Ifc personally located enemy positions then led a counterattack Later while still under heavy fire he at tempted to get through to a cut and lead it lo friendly Renounces TH Sen Richard B Russell of among candidates who each has predicted his own nomination Illinois Support The vice president reported to have been promised some support from the 60 vote Illinois delegaton on the first count said any old ballot will do for his nomination Sen Robert S Kerr of Oklaho ma selfproclaimed front runner in second choice voles for Ihc lop nomination arrived wilh a prc dicttioii that he will have 150 voles on the first block off unit lines Stenslie served in World Wars I and Jf in addition to the Korean fighting All About The Weather City Mostly cloudy Friday afternoon and Friday night with showers and thundershowers Partly cloudy Saturday showers ending in afternoon Iowa Mostly cloudy scattered showers and thundershowers Friday afternoon Continued warm and humid high 8430 Considerable cloudiness with oc casional showers and scattered thunderstorms Friday night and Saturflay Partly cloudy north west considerable cloudiness with scattered thundershowers south and east Friday night Saturday partly cloudy a few showers southeast GlobeGazette weather data lo 8 a m Friday Maximum finimum At 8 a m Precipitation up f EAR AGO Maximum Minimum 84 72 74 trace 82 Georgia who recently renounced the TaftHartley Act he helped en act over President Trumans veto arranged to meet with Murray at a lime to be decided laler Such a session would complete a round of conferences Russell has icld with John L Lewis of the United Mine Workers and William Green of the AFL Aides said Russell hopes lo have open support from organized labor quarters in the nomination battle Some of the Georgians backers said they regard Vice President Alben Barkley as the Georgians chief Gov Adlai 2 Stevenson should be brought nto the race unexpectedly Stevenson to Arrive Stevenson who probably coukl lave the nominalion at Ihe 3lst democratic convention opening Monday if he would take it was scheduled to arrive later in the day He has stuck to his conten tion that he is running only for re election as governor Barkley literally walked into town with home state admirers and perspiring reporters trailing the 74yearold vice president in the sevenblock trudge from a rail way station to his hotel Barkley made it unanimous Dont Kiss Nasty Capitalist BERLIN Communists urged unmarried women Friday to kiss with caution Anna Welch leader oC the Womens committee of the Soviet zone railway system told a Communist womens meeting Outunmar ried colleagues should make certain their friends and sweethearts arc ideologically safe Western agents and spies she said frequently use courtship methods to worm their way into the Red nest Lo arrive at some sort of comprom ise on the explosive civil rights issue rampaging Texans traded blows bforc the Democratic na tional committees contest panel Fiftytwo nominating votes were at stake Gov Allen Shivers fought lo seat delegation not pledged to support fie party nominee Former Rep Maury Maverick headed a rival loyalist group Shivers said the Maverick group got beat by about 95 per cent ol he voters in Texas Maverick 3randcd the Shivers group a bunch of Republicans Dixiecrats Bolters The credentials committee voted unanimously earlier lo seat all TO excess delegates named in Idaho iowa Maryland Massachusetts Michigan and North Carolina The seated delegates will have ractional votes not affecting the overall total of 616 needed for the nomination Their al ternates were denied scalts DIES OF BURNS DES MOINES WVDcbra Gooch 5yearold daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Gooch of DCS Moincs died at a Des Moincs hospital of nirns received when a kettle of wiling water spilled on her Davenport Crusader Says Someone Tipped Em Off DAVENPORT UPA oneman anticrime wave who threatened to knock off every joint in town sell ing whisky said Friday some body must have tipped em all off Walter Lane a police force am bulance attendant declared his personal war against illegal liquor sales after the City Council tabled action on his request for a leave Few Hours I offered them a few hours to change their minds he said Then I started out to knock off every joint selling whisky Lane said he visited six places Thursday night but could find no bulancc service after the city abandons its ambulances Aug 1 He said that he has already pur chased one ambulance and un less the council gives him lime to complete his plans hell lose all the money he has invested 100 Saloons Lane said there are over 100 one selling whisky Somebody must cm off he said have tipped Lane asked the City Council for a iOday leave of absence to make plans for operating private anv saloons in town and he intends to keep on with his oneman crusade against illegal whisky selling un til the City Council gives him 30 days off Ill catch somebody yet he said And when I do Im em powered to arrest them and bring them up for prosecution then watch those councilmcn yell j Lane said he had received Lhreals on his life and on those of his wife and children When I was checking Thursday night one guy told me Id better layoff or Id wake up full of holes he said Donnelly Will Be High Commissioner for German State WASHINGTON Ml President Truman Friday named career dip lomat Waller J Donnelly as United States High Commissioner for Germany At the same lime Llewellyn was succeed Donnelly as American am bassador and High Commissioner for Austria Also a career diplo mat Thompson has beenminislcr counsclor at Rome for the past two yeans reasons after three years service climaxed by the new peace con tract and other treaties aimed at er reaes ame at mum UUUWH lining up West Germany with ihc supports to be reduced to discour ffn II n tsin West McCloys resignation effective July 31 and Donnelly is unuui um mw siBiiuu rnuay expected lo assume his new duties however a fixed program of sup atthat time McCloy is expected ports at 90 per cent of parity is Ifl Tlrt I 4 i to return here for around July 28 U S Considers Plan to Seize Some Steel Mills Farm Price Support Bill Is Signed 90 Per Cent of Parity to 1954 WASHINGTON Ml Prcsiden Truman signed into law Friday j bill continuing government suppor of prices for cotton wheat corn rice tobacco and peanuts at 90 pei cent of parity through 1951 The President said in a statcmcn Hi at the new law is a valuable addition to the agricultural legis iation which hns been so importan in maintaining a strong and stable Farm economy and which has cori Iribulcd so markedly lo a much needed increase in Ihc American standard of rural living Two Formulas Then law provides that parilj for these six crops will be deter mined through 3055 by whichevei of two present formulas gives the lighcr price The controversial sliding scale parity program was set aside for Ihe 1053 and 1954 crop years Parity is n price determined bj he government to be fair to farm ers in terms of tilings they buy Secretary of Agriculture diaries Brannnn already has announces the six crops will be supported a 90 per cent of parity this year Jey Usuk fainrsupport program wag n key issue Jn the J948 prcsidcntJn campaign and is likely to flguri strongly again this year Some lie publicans claim the Democrats deliberately drove down prices foul years ago in a bid for farm votes Truman denied the accusation The sliding scale provision in the existing farm support Jaw set ofi some healed Congressional debate in the session just completed Truman asked that the provision be repealed lie noted in his state ment Friday that while the new aw falls short of outright repeal t will have the desirable effect o over the next two years Sliding Scale The sliding scale system allows ige production whenever surpluses levelop and increased when crop becomes run Under the law signed Friday consultation mandatory until the 1955 crops arc produced NO FIJiBlNG in checkered shirt chuckles aa he is given a device which telts the truth about the me of mountain trout The giver is Mayor George Warren Grnriby Colo The general is on a weeks fishing trip at the mountain camp of hia old friend Aksel Nielsen Over Oil Dispute Iran Premier Extends Peace Bid to British 1 TEHRAN Iran Ahmed Quvum extended i peace bid to the British Friday in the long and bitter dispute over nationalization of Irans oil He also promised to resign it he fails to solve the nations oil problems In a communi que broadcast to the nation the newlyappointed u S Probes International Oil Cartel SCHOOL BOND VOTED DELIff two unsuccess ful elections Delhi voters Wednes day passed 20002 a school bond issue to finance classroom construction and equipment for the Delhi Consolidated School NEW WAY TO CAN BEANSThreatening telephone0 calls has not kept Mrs Virginia Lane of Davenport from her task of canning beans However fo make certain that no one sets any funny ideas she keeps loaded pistol at her Hide She is the wife of the Davenport police officer who has threatened to raid every joint in the city selling whis ky after a feud with fcho city council premier declared The solving of this problem wil jc one of my most important of orts so that Die moral and ma tcrial interests of Iran will be com plctcly secured without the slight 3sl rift in good relations between he two countries Obviously this is a difficult jql Mit it is not impossible Good sense vill dofinitcly bring about fruits f not I will leave this post The nationalization of the billion lollar British operated Anglo ranian Company was accomp ishcd during tlie regime of Moham med Mossadegh Loss of revenues ccausc of the idle refineries has wrought Iran to near bankruptcy relations hit tlieii owest point Qavatns promise was liis first mblic announcement since lie look ver Thursday as premier succeed ng Mossadegh Qavarn accused Mossadegh ol bllowing an erroneous nil policy rid turning a legal fjucstioii into n enmity between two nations He served warning on Ihe pro lossadegh faction that he would ot tolerate violence Government t r o op a earlier racked down on supporters of lossadcgh and occupied head quarters of two political clubs tacking the emotional old Nation list chief Police arrested several ersons when they tried lo dcm nslrntc in the center of the city gainst Qnvam Those arrested vere members ot the Iran parly and labor party SAME IIUolc Inrrio tftnlfi It liasl 21 hours WASHINGTON W The govern mcnt Friday prepared a brass knuckle investigation designed to break up an alleged internationa oil monopoly by seven giants of the vital industry Both criminal nnd civilprocced ings against five Am erf can and two foreign oil companies are be ing worked up by the justice de partment under the antitrust law forbidding monopolistic practices price fixing and restraint of trade Oil Cartel Attorney General James P Me Grancry told a news conference late Thursday that a federal grand jury silting here will short ly start probing into activities of what he called the international oil carlcl At the same lime McGranery said his department will institute a civil antitrust suit against the seven companies inlhi District of Columbia courts The criminal proceedings are de signed to punish past offenses The civil proceedings are designed to prevent any repetition of Ihc same offenses in the fulure Names Firms McGranery named these firms as involved in the probe Standard Oil of New Jersey Standard Oil of California Texas Oil Company SoconyVacuum Gulf U S two foreign firms dom nated by the British Royal Dutch Shell and AngloIranian Oil Co A spokesman for Standard Oil of California said at San Francisco Thursday night Our record is clear and that the international operations of its affiliated compa nies had been carried on to the best interests of Ihe Unilcd States Last week Eugene Ifotman pres dcnt of Standard of New Jersey said his company was not a party oillegal practices of any kind Could Dolt by Selective Service Act Arntill Says Top Price Hike WASHINGTON The louse was reported Friday icriously considering a plan to part of Ihe strikebound steel in dustry under Iheselective servica act r This word came from a high ad ministrative source who said Just ice Department attorneys were in structed Thursday afternoon to pre pare papers leading to possible partial seizure of the industry Not long afterwards Price Stabil izer Ellis Arnnll knocked down re ports that the steel firms might bs granted price Increasesof a ton In a move to end the 47tday old slrikc of Philip Murrays CIO steelworkers Ton Arnall told a news conference lha iteel companies would got he amount allowed under Ihe eco lomic controls more The critical situation which has from the 47day steel strike was discussed Thursday at a White House meeting presided over by n cling Defense MobiUzcr John H Steclmau The selective service act gives the President power to seize only plants which fall to produce undec direct contract with procurement agencies 1 Theact says any such producer of steel or the responsible head or heads thereof refuses to comply vilh Jtuch requirement tha President through the Secretary of Defense is authorized to take mmecifatc possession of the plants such producer The act also says the government may seize any plant which re uses or falls lo fill direct orders plnccd by the defense department wifhln the period of time prescribed by the President Should the government decide to lursiio this course of action thu steel industry might contest the seizure Jn the courts Onepossible ine of attack by the would be a plea that are on strike it unable o fill orders for steei whether hey came from the government or anyone President Truman seized the en ire steel industry lastApril 8 nit on June 2 the Supreme Court ruled that he lacked authortiy to do so and ordered the mills re iirncd to private owWershipy The April 8 seizure was based on no pecific law but rather on what he Justice Department said were he Presidents inherent constitu ional powers Too Former Solicitor General Philip crlman told both the District and lupreme Courts in the seizure case hat the government had consid rcd seizure under the selective crvice act but had decided the ncthod was loo cumbersome and oo difficult to pursue At Thursdays White House meeting in addition to Steelman were Munitions Board Chairman ohn Small National Production Authority Chief Henry H Fowler iteelmans Manpower Chief Ar Fleming and other high of icials The official who told of tha cw seizure plan declined to be uoted by name He told a reporter the seizure vould involve a very limited umber of operations i It would ncludc those which produce high Hoy and other special steel pro utjls for use in military items uch as guns bullets tanks arid ther materiel Situation Deiperate The situation is so desperate hat we must do something he aid Justice Department officials re used to comment oh the reported cw strategy Steelman and the rhite House put out this state ment We arc exploring every possible means oC restoring defense pro   

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