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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 31, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowos Daily Newspaper Edited MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THl NEWSPAPERTHAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LVIII HOME EDITION MASON CITr DOLLAR DAYS Thursday Friday and Saturday Associated Preu and United Press Full Lease Wires Five Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JULY 31 1951 This Paper Coiulcti of Two No 154 Stevenson 1 f Hits Promise of Tax Slice Doesnt Want to Raise Forlorn Hope SPRINGFIELD 111 Ad lai Stevenson the Democratic partys presidential candidate be lieves that foolish promises of substantial federal tax cuts can be very misleading ptevenson told a news conference Wednesday that everybody wants a reduction in taxes but it must be obtained at the earliest oppor tunity consistent with our needs He was asked by the newsmen concerning Dwight D Eisenhow ers remarks recently about re ducing federal taxes and replied I would hope that neither can didate or party would offer hopes that are forlorn and at the same time be demanding a defense es tablishment to accomplish our common objective Eisenhower the Republican pres idential nominee had envisioned a billion yearly federal spending cut but he did not specify any date for the goal Told that Eisenhower had men tioncd this as an objective Stev ensou said As an objective I think it would be desirable to eliminate all taxes its impossible Stevenson said he regarded for eign policy as the most important consideration of the coming poli tical campaign He added that he supposes his views and those of Eisenhower on this subject will turn out to be similar Eisenhower Address Indians in New Mexico DENVER in Gen Dwight D Eisenhower the Republican presi dential nominee will attend the 30th annual intertribal Indian cere M Aug 10 the general will fly fronvDenver a Gallup the day of the ceremony and return here by plane that night The general will make a brief speech greeting the tribes on thepolitical will put ina plug for election of Re publican Senators and House mem bers this fall in the New Mexico and Arizona contests The U S Senate seats at stake are held now by Democrats Sen ErnestW McFarland of Arizona themajority leader and Sen Den nis Chavez of New Mexico Chavez is opposed by Republican Patrick J Hurley former secre tary of war and ambassador to China Bidding for the GOP nomi nation inArizona are Barry Gold water of Phoenix and Lester Kahl of Tucson As the Republican standard bear er Eisenhower has said he wants as much emphasis put on captur ing control of Congress from the Democrats as on his own cam paign for the White House He announced late Wednesday however that he will follow a policy of strict neutrality in cases where two or more Republicans in the various states are seeking nomination for the same office BECKWITH HANGING MOINES WVGov William S Beardsley Thursday set the hour for the hanging of Edward J Bud dy Beckwith at the Fort Madison state penitentiary next Monday at a All About The Weather Iowa Partly cloudy Thursday aft ternoon scattered showers west portion warmer northeast high 84 to 88 A little warmer Friday High Friday 85 to 90 Mason City Fair and warmer Thursday afternoon Partly cloudy Thursday night and Fri day showers Friday afternoon High Thursday 82 to 88 Low Thursday night 60 High Friday near 85 Minnesota Clear to partly cloudy a few local thundershowers southwest Thursday night Fri day partly cloudy with a few widely scattered thundershowers High Friday 80 to 85 northeast 86 to 90 southwest GlobeGazette weather data up to t am Thursday Maximum 77 Minimum 52 At 8 am 66 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 88 60 SAUCER enterprising St Petersburg Fla stirred by reports of flying saucers in the Florida skies has painted this sign on tlie top of his establishment He offers free coffee to any saucer crews This picture is an aerial view of the a plane not a saucer Lakers Set for Celebration Arrival of 12 Queens Opens Governor Days CLEAR resort city braced Thursday for an invasion of politicians and beautiful quite a combination any way you With the arrival Thursday after noon 12 in he Miss Iowa contest another Governors Days celebration got under way The preparations have been ex ensive to make this weekend big jer and more fun than ever before Visitors tothe resort center could take their choice of meeting and greeting almost every Iowa politi cal bigwigs or just watching beau tiful girls Election Year In this election year the choice may be a little difficult Already 74 legislators and stale officials have accepted invitations for the event and the hosts were swamped with the assignment of providing housing for more than 150 visitors Anyone willing to be host Tor one two or three nights was asked to telephone Mrs Glenn Thome at 724 in Clear Lake MeSnwhile the members of the Dorcas Society of the Redeemer Lutheran Church in Venturawere busily cooking and baking for the annual stag party of the Associa ion for the Preservation of Clear Lake They will have 225 hungry men to feed Friday evening at 7 oclock Members of the State Conservation Commission except Mrs Emmett F Ryan Underwood who didnt even get an invitation all have accepted the invitation to be the special honored guests The party strictly an invitation affair starts on the lawn of the T E Wolfram home at6 pm They include Ewald G Trost Ft Dodge chairman J D Reynolds Creston vice chairman and C A Binges Emmetsburg A C Ging erich Wellmari Floyd S Pearson Decorah and Joe S Stanton Des Moines Director Bruce Stiles and ail his department heads also are expected Prior Commitment Goy William S Beardsley sent his regrets to the Association A previous commitment at Waterloo will not permit his arrival at Clear Lake until Saturday Sen B B Hickenlooper Cedar Rapids and Leo Elthon Fertile Republican nominee for lieutenant governor will head the delegation of politi cians for the customary handshak ing informal discussions and en tertainment Preceding them came the beauty contest entrants They will appear in bathing suits Thursday night and will take part in a talent show On Saturday they will be in a street parade in the afternoon and ride on floats in a lake front parade that night Saturday the guests will spend the day informally and the eve ning attending a lakefront vaude ville show On Sunday there will ae an openair church service and power boat races for the guests GREGORY ANDERSON Driverless Truck Kills Boy at Play FOREST Bruce Anderson 6 son of Mr and Mrs Bruce Anderson was fatally in jured Wednesday when he was run over by the rear wheels of a driver less city street department truck He died about an hour later at the Forest City Municipal Hospital Eldon Adams city employe had been driving the truck following the city maintaincr removing rocks from the street He stopped the truck at an intersection to pick up some rocks while the Anderson boy and some others were following behind watching the operations It is believed that the Anderson boy jumped onto the truck and fell off while Adams was engaged else where the brake releasing and the truck backing over the lads stom ach Survivors include the parents a sisler Nancy 4 and Timothy 3 and grandparents Mr and Mrs Orville S Anderson and Mr and Mrs Marvin Oleson of Forest City Funeral services will bo held Friday at 30 am at St James Catholic Church the Rev Father Maurice A Mullan officiating Bur ial in the church cemetery The Hanson Funeral Home is in charge HELICOPTERS ARRIVE PRESTWICK Scotland OSVTwo U S Army Sikorskys the first helicopters to fly the Atlantic ar rived here Thursday after 3300 mile hopalong flight from West over Mass Climax of the celebration will come Sunday evening when Gov Beards Icy will crown Miss Iowa at the Surf Ballroom All of the judges were on hand Thursday Thoy are Nancy Nor man Shenandoah MissIowa of 1951 Harlan Miller Des Moines newspaper columnist Robert La Barr Algona director of the US Junior Chamber of Commerce Mrs B Raymond Weslon Mason City and Dr Earl Sargent repre senting the sponsoring Clear Lake Junior Chamber of Commerce Four States Get Disaster Classification Severe Parches South WASHINGTON WhThe Agricul ture Department Thursday idesig nated the entire states of Ala barn a Georgia Kentucky and Mississippi as disaster loan areas as a result of the severe drought The action will make it easier for farmers who have suffered lossci to obtain federal loans The farmers home administra idn is the agency which makes credit available to enable formers to buy such things as feed and hay for livestock The announcement said a pro longed drought in the four states coupled with unseasonably higl temperatures has seriously dam aged all crops particularly feet crops and pastures Pastures and hay crops have been virtually destroyed because of the droughty the announccmeni said As a result many farmers must buy feed for their livestock and some farmers have started to make sharp reductions in their herds Agriculture department officials said they also are considering early action to place all New Erig land and additional areas of the south in the disaster classification They said Maine probably will be the first New Englandstate bu that surveys are being conductcdin the entire area Large parts of Florida Louisi ana and the Carolinns also are being studied as are som counties in Virginia Sports Bulletin HELSINKI The United States Olympic basketball team won its way Into the final of its Olympic title Thursday by defeating Argentine 6576 The Americans will meet Russia in the title game Saturday Bowen Stassforth of the Uni versity of Iowa won the fourth heat in the mens 200meter breast stroke His time just equalled the Olympic record of SAME Black tnttni trufflo icilh pnii Zi htiurr America Reveals Sources of Atom Ore Allies Smash Korean Plant Biggest Night Strike of War SEOUL Korea The US Air Force said 63 American B2Js re urned safely to bases in Japan and Okinawa early Thursday after evellng a huge Communist alu minum plant near the Mnn churian border in the biggest over night raid oC the Korean war The unescorted bombers braved led antiaircraft fire and fighter opposition which US pilots lie s c r i b c d as the heaviest in months Visits Old Baldy Gen James A Van Fleet US Eighth Army commander mean while made a quick visit to the Old Baldy hill sector of the western front as six days of rain ended He conferred with field commanders and returned to headquarters The IZA acre factory of the Oriental Light Metals Co 10 miles southeast of Siniuju went up in smoke and flame after the B29s hurled 630 tons of bombs on it and an adjacent troop buildup area Five other superforts hit other North Korean targets The 03plane armada which blasted the metals plant was the biggest stipcrforl raid of the war against a single objective Pilots reported fiak from the Manchurian as well as the Korean side of the border about four miles from the metals plant It was the northernmost penetration ol the year by B29s Shoots Down Julius W ftfeintef Wheeling W Va was credited unofficially with shooting down a pronellor driven night fighter which rose to defend the sprawling target Brig Gen Wiley D Ganey head of the US Fifth Air Force bomb er command predicted the blow would have a psychological im pact on the Communists An Air Force statement raid a calculated effort to force the hand of stalling Communist truce ne gotiators The target was saturated with 500pound bombs some of which will not explode for hours or even days The plant area had been showered with leaflets for almost two months warning noncombat ants to slay away because it would be bombed Himch Released From Jail on Bond Mike Ilinich CO who is charged with murder for the tavern slay ing of his 30yearold wife Doro thy posted a bond and was released from the county jail at Mason City late Wednesday after noon Hinich a Yugoslavianborn cement plant worker is alleged to have shot and killed his wife as she sat with friends in a Mason City tavern the evening of July 12 He was bound over to the September term of the grand jury TO HEAD UPPER IOWA Dr E 45 associ ate professor in tht of of Univer ilty Dts hat president of Upper Iowa University at Fayette This sum mer he is director of the physi cal education and recreational camp at the University of Wy eming photoby VACATION blue jeans sweaters and other casual va6ationcl6VHeg and it is time to start school Church 936 Polk Books oveivthe fit onDonna Top liff 31 OajkiDwe indowntown MasonCity Dollar Dayshstarted Thursday and will contiriue through Saturday are un changed with a 9 pm closing on Friday Mac New Chairman V I of Remington Rand i NEW YORK of the Army Douglas MucArthur Thurs day accepted the chairmanship of Remington Rand Inc manufac urcrs of business machines and electronics equipment His acceptance was announced by James II Rand president who said the post had been offered MacArlhur nearly three years ago ThCCompany made no mention of the generals salary as chair man but it was previouslyreported unofficially he had been offeree flOOOOO a year Retains Army Rank A company spokesman indicatedthe general wiUrotain his Army rank on an unassigned basis His status willtbe similar to lhat o General of the Army Dwight D Elsenhower when Eisenhower was president ofColumbia University I Formal election of Mac Arthur as Remington tRand cliairman took place at a directors meeting here Thursday morning MncArthur said in a statement he was deHghtcd to have this op porlunity of becoming associated with my oldfriend Jim Rand anc with the company he has so ably headed I am particularly imprcsscc witli the progressive policies of Remington Rand jn the expansion of roreign markets and in the field of research and development especial ly in cleclronics in which the company now plays a dominant role Remington Rand employs 30000 people and operates 22 plants In the United States It maintains 23 additional factories in 15 foreign countries Contlnuti as President Hand who had been serving as chairman will continue as presi dent of the corporation Rand said the job offer was first discussed in October 1949 bu at that time General MacArlhur felt his dutiesin the FarEast were of such importance to the nation lhat he could not accept despite his strong personal desire to doso The offer was repeated when the general returned to the Unitcc States from his Far East command spmc 15 months ago Rand said but at that time he was gracely concerned over the dangcrdusl chaotic conditions the country faced nationally and internationally Authorities Raid 8 Places in Iowa Great Lakes Area SPIIUT LAKE Great Lakes region authorities seized 153 bottles of liquor in raids on eight night spots in the area Wednesday night Four northwest Iowa county sheriffs city police of Spirit Lake Eslhcrville Spencer and Emmets burg and six special agents of the state bureau of investigation par ticipated in the raids was one of the largest raids ever conducted in the Iowa Great Lakes region Peter B Narey Dickinson county altorney said He added the raid had been planned locally for more than a week He said he had filed the informa tions here to obtain the search warrants used in the raid litiuor charges are planned against seven operators Narey said Authorities said they fottm liquor in all the places except In Hi Ho Club at Arnolds Park The seven places were Reds Muriel Snack Bar and the Peacock a Arnolds Park Vern and Coilas Club on Pocahontas Point the Higl Point Hacienda and the Crcscen Beach Lodge on West Okoboj Lake and the Green Mill at Mil ford Mason City Soldier Back From Korea SAN FRANCISCO Doug las F Dunlap 853 3rd StvNW o Mason City was one of 2849 com bat veterans from Korea who have arrived in the United States aboan the transport Edgar T Collins Report Gain in Making Armaments Increased Tempo Told by AEG WASHINGTON r c c i our iranium ore for Americas evcr jxpandlng atomic program will oon be coming from two new for eign Africa and the United States re vealed Thursday in a report also llsclosing substantial progress in developing improved atomic weap ons during the past six months The Atomic Energy Commission AEC in its 12th semiannual re port to Congress further disclosed hat additional uranium may come from new milling facilities in Can an American and that new sources within the United States itself are nearly ready for initial production Increased Tempo Implying a vastly increased tent X for its entire atomic hc AEC revealed that its plants for producing atomic fissionable mate rials for other uses lad at times been pushed even beyond their designed operating as new ones are being built and still others are in prospect under the recently ap billion dollars expansion program As for the new foreignsources of raw uranium the AEC said the firstof several vplantsJ being coni CWiiila fwl uranium from gold the famous old Rand field is nearly to fctart Jf A fayoff It willbe thefirst payoff from a threenation December 1950 whereby United States and Britain will purf chase from South Africa the by product uranium potential quanti ties of which have been described by theAEC as relatively large be cause of the great quantities of gold ore mined t The AECsreport to Congress 1 Progress in development of atomic propulsion for aircraft wlth certainphases of design and development having gained momentum in thepast halfyear 2 Continuance of project build a second type atomic en gine for possible use in sub as work progresses on building a hull for a submarine which will house an atomic power ilant of a different type 3 Rtstarch accomplishments cring hopp for the development of a powerful medicine with which to reat persons severely exposed to atomic radiation 4 Significant advances towards1 developing improved atomic reac might used some day for producing useful atomic power and for other purposes 5 Increased production of raw uranium ore from existingdomes tic as new sources both foreign and domestic are nearly ready for initial produc tion Regarding w e a p ons develop ments the AEC followed its usual policy of guarded statements Really Hot Stuff But it made two separate refer ences to the fact that it couldnt say much publicly along these lines prompting speculation thatthe weapons developments are really hot stuff Other highlights of the report Animal research at the National Cancer Institute has demonstrated the value of bone marrow in giving significant protection to mice ex posed to deadly doses of radiation it can be given AFTER such exposure The questnow is to iso late the active substance contained in the bone marrow in order tode tcrmine the possiBilitics of its use for humans Deuterons atomic derived from heavyhydrogen1the kind of hydrogen which couldbe an ingredient of the projected Hbomb to JiavC possibilities for the treatment of deepseated can cer At least animal tests have opened up this hope   

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