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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 7, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALU NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBOR S HOME EDITION VOL LV11I Associated Tress and United Press Kull Lease Wires Five Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY AUGUST 7 1952 Puper Consists of Two One No2M Adlai to Decide Truman Role All of Mi I lion to Drought Areas Money to Be Used to Feed Livestock in Two States WASHINGTON IB President Truman Thursday al lotted million in emergency funds to provide feed for dairy and beef herds in droughtstricken Kentucky and Ten nessee Both states previously had been declared disaster areas SIGNS COMPLAINT AGAINST BILLY ROSEMrs Ben Bernie widow of ant leader confers with District Attorney S Ernest Roll in Beverly Hills Calif about the complaint she signed charging showman Billy Rose with criminal libel She savs he showed several persons an affidavit by her former maid which accused her and Eleanor Holm Roses estranged wife of improper conduct A bench warrant was issued foi lloses arrest but Roll said he does not expect to try to extradite Rose from New York WASHINGTON explosion t a Jet plane aboard the U S Carrier Boxer in Korean waters killed eight men and injured an unannounced number of others the Navy reported Thursday Twelve Jet planes were dc Ctroyed by fires that followed the explosion Helicopters and lifc boals picked up 03 crewmen driven overboard by the flames A naval officer said the 27000 ton carrier which normally car ries a crew of 2900 officers and men suffered the tragedy about 50 miles off the coast of Korea Tuesday night No enemy action was involved The officer who reported the fa talities isaid he did not know how many men were injuredHe said damage to the ship was compara tively slight and repairs will be made in the Korean theater of op erations Just what caused the plane to ex plode was not known officials said It is believed that an accumula tion of gasscs built up after a landing and caused the blast The plane at the time was on the hang ar deck The fire which followed was de scribed as bad Names of the dead were with held pending notification of next of kin The Boxer played a prominent role in World War II At the start of the Korean Warit crossed the Pacific in eight days and seven hours with what believed to be the largest number of planes ever carried on a carrier GERM INVESTIGATION TORONTO 18th Interna tional Red Cross Conference over rode Soviet objections and voted G912 Wednesday for an impartial investigation of Communist charges of U S germ warfare in Korea Ship Explosion Kills 8 Men 12 Planes Destroyed on U S Carrier Bare Limbs on Trees OK Mr Truman lokl a news conrer IHCC the relief program will he landlcd by the Housing and Home Finance agency and the Depart ment of Agriculture He said Ten nessee and Kentucky have been the lardest hit but as other stales ask av help they will get immediate onsidcnition Requests The President said he acted at he request of Govs Lawrence Welhcrby of Kentucky and Gordon Browning of Tennessee Mr Truman in a statement said the federal government is going o do everything it can to help the farmers in those areas Te said the Department of Agri culture under its own authority hits already recognized disaslai conditions in 10 states and is offer ing credit and other assistance Burned up pastures and scorched liay crops have put a premium on feed and threaten ruinous live stock losses in Tennessee and Ken HAGERSTOWN Md MVWomen with bare legs have been giv ing loo much competition to the natural beauty of the citys parks according to the park board So police have been ordered to hustle women in shorts out of such public places The only limbs we want to see in our parks are those growing on trees said Paul L Snyder chairman of the board Mr Truman mentioned distribu tion of the million on reason able terms indicating the pro gram would not be on the outright giveaway basis as was the case of Operation Haylift which the government undertook to feed cat tie stranded by Kansas and Mis souri floods last year Secretary of Agriculture Charles FBrannau had anticipated the Presidents action Brnnnan said while the dry spel has been disastrous to Southern farmers he docs not think it wi have any real impact on food prices or the natons food supply He said that the chief crops dam aged hnvc been tobacco and cotton The disaster label now cover the parched states of Tennessee Alabama Georgia Kentucky Mis example and for plain pussy cat So wil SlnV and cPunUcst Mfiourf Massachusetts Fur Dealers Will Have to Call a Skunk a Skunk Now By ED CREAGH WASHINGTON to buy your wife an arctic seal coat Or a Mcndoza beaver Or a Galland squirrel Better hurry then because after midnight Friday these furs nuts be sold under their right name rabbit Many an ad writers sable for muskrat fo tucky Reasonable Terms U1 j i J L II I i 1 ll 1 V t ago goes into effect This law says all fur coats and other fur gar ments must be advertised and sold under the true English name of the animal from which the fur was taken Among the thoughtup names thus ruled out Black marten for m A i L A skunk blue Japanese wolf for dyed goat Manchurian wolf for Mariner plane with Chinese dog luuim was nnssin Through this law says Harvey H Hannah chief of Federal Trade on a patrol flight 1 m I f 1 1 J r i i f i j AH i jnii u y A VUCL Ul i 1 tlUU Commissions wool and fur labeling division Congress has set out to remove the veil of confusion uncertainty and obscurity which has for the past decade clouded the minds of many potential fur buyers Congress made it tough on any dealer who refuses to callaskunk WATEKLOO C Eggcrl a skunk loo The penalties for violators run up to a 000 fine or a 75 postmaster from 1922 year in jail or both to 1029 died Thursday Besides doing away with such elegant subterfuges as Baltic lion for rabbit and manocoon for dyed lamb the law requires sellers to state 1 whether the fur is used bleached or dyed and 2 where the fur came from if it is imported Insurance Pays Bank ior Holdup DES check for 720 representing total reimburse ment for a loss suffered last Fri day in an armed holdup was pre sented Thursday to W J Liechty vice president of the Ankeny State Bank by a Chicago insurance firm The Ankeny bank an affiliate of the Capital State Bank of DCS Moines was held up early Friday morning by a lone bandit who gained entrance to the building by forcing a basement window AsksHatchet Men Attack on GOP SPRINGFIELD III S e n Blair Moody of Michigan urged Gov Adlai Stevenson Thursday to make a major campaign issue of what he called the hatchet men around GOP Presidential nominee Dwight D Eisenhower Moody declined to identify the hatchet men to newsmen but then he went on to mention the names of Republican Senators Mc Carthy of Wisconsin Kcm of Mis souri and Tenner of fndiana Because of Steel Strike Military Output Off Stride WASHINGTON I A defense mobilization report censored be fore it was published says 25 million mandays of work were lost in the steel strike knocking mili tary production a whole year off its stride The report to President Truman was made by Acting Defense Mo bilizer John R Stcelman who re leased excerpts Wednesday night after deleting secret datn Stcelman estimated 25 million mandays of work slipped by dur ing the idleness of 600000 striking steel workers Stoppage in steel using industries before the 5Jday strike was settled boosted this to tal of idle to perhaps 1400000 men The effects of the steel stop page will be felt heavily for the next three to six months Stcel man said and will not be com pletely worked out of the military production program for an entire year He added that the impact will delay theplanned program to step up production of many major items lie estimated steel output this year will be about 00 mUIion tons M per cent below J951 and the lowest since 3949 Stecilman said ammunition pro duction may not get back on schedule until early next year There were some bright spots however including 1 The new T48 medium tank is now rolling off the assembly line 2 Total warplane output con tinued upward despite the strike 3 Serious loss of perishable foods was avoided Aside from the military phase of mobilization the report also said 1 Following removal of price ceilings from many items no com modities climbed as high as the ceiling level 2 Easypayment credit reached 3 new high of billion 3 If the warm season is fairly lengthy enough iron ore to support steel mills at capacity this winter may be brought over the Great Lakes before they Ireeze The report also said that draft calls now running about 30000 a month will jump above 50000 in October and stay that way until June 30 1053 PLANE MISSfNG MANILA A US Navy 13 persons aboard was missing Thursday night WATERLOO MAN DIES WATERLOO C Eggcrl Story About Desertion Is NotConfirmed Paper Pulls Ouf Unchecked Article STOCKHOLM S w e d c n Stockholm newspaper that report ed nine Hungarian Olympic ath letes hadrefused to return to their Communist homeland pulled the story out of editions Thursday after Helsinki sources failed to confirm t The newspaper Dagcus Nyhctcr carried the Iho pa pers correspondent in the Finnish Wednesday nights edi tions under a Helsinki dateline But repealed checks by the paper a IK by Associated Press correspondent1 could find no basis for the story The report had claimed that the nine members of Hungarys Olym pic squad took refuge in Wcsterr embassies in the Finnish capita after dropping out of sight one by one over the weekend Their disappearance was not dis covered it added until Tuesdaj when Hungarys team leader callc his squad together for a post Olympic tour of Finland If such a lour was planned apparently4has been called off Helsinki reports said 86 members of the Hungarian squad left then Wednesday in two planes for Bud a pest 4 New Polio Cases at Council Bluffs COUNCIL BLUFFS F our new polio patients were admiltcc to Mercy Hospital in Council Bluffs Wednesday and Thursday bringing the total cases this year to 73 com pared to 18 at this time last year Of the four only one 7ycarold Ronald Waugh of Council Bluffi was reported in serious condition The other three all in fairly good condition were Kodncy Clark 5 Pisgah Kenneth McMul en 1G Council Bluffs and Steven Tames 5 Council Bluffs AP WUepliolo CARTRAIN M Sullivan 29 ot Wa terloo was killed Wednesday when his car crashed into the caboose of a Cranclic work train near the Municipal airport in Cedar llupids Hie Crandic is an intcrurban between Cedar Rapids and Iowa City The force oC the impact de railed the caboose US Proposes Plan to Kill Diseased Hogs WASHINGTON M1 The government Thursday pro posed n 16slatc hogslaughter program to slop an outbrcal of a relatively new swine exanthema Under the program owners would be paid ior the los of hogs which were The federal government wouk bear half the cost and tbc parti cipaling states half There is however no provision for givjng financial aid to formcri who have already lost money as a result of the outbreak States Invited The states invited to participate in the program are Alabama Ari zona Georgia Illinois Iowa Kim sns Missouri Nebraska New Jersey New York Ohio Oregon South Dakota Washington and Wy lining This represents all the slates ilh the exception of California vhere the disease has been dis covered Officials said they could givu no estimate as to how much the pro loscd program might cost but said ample funds were available or the federal governments part n it They said the disease is believed o have reached fewer than 100 00 hogs outside of California SO Per Cent The announcement made clear hat each slate taking part in the rradication program must stand minimum of 50 pec cent of the costs Officials said the program can not go into effect in any stale un il the state has entered into a formal agreement The announcement said that some states may not be able to coopernte immediately in the in demnity program because funds would have to be provided by state legislatures that arc not now in session Indemnities paid to the owner would be based on the difference between what he received from the packing establishment and the ap prnised value of his hogs Animals showing symptoms oi the disease would be appraised killed and buried or burned on the farm In that case the owner would receive the full value of the slaughtered hogs Appraisals would be made by the officials of the slate and the Bureau of Animal In dustry STATE LET ION Don Branch was elected commander Wednesday at of the state American Legion convention at Ced As state commander Johnson succeeds Dudley Forest City the close r Rapids Weible of SAME 324 flair jnj traffla In hours U S Planes Down Four Soviet Jets SEOUL Korea US Fifth Air Force said its Sabre Jo pilots Thursday s ho t down fou Russianmade and damagci five in the fourth straight day o let battles over North Korea On the ground grenadetossing South Korean infantrymen won jack a Central front hefght cailcc Capitol Hill three hours after they ind lost it at dawn A US Eighth Army briefing officer said it was he sixth time in two days that the lill had changed hands Thursdays toll boosted the Reds osscs to J5 MIGs destroyed and If la in aged in four days U S losses f any will be announced later in a weekly summary Action was reported light on th Eastern and Western fronts New Price Hike on Kaiser Autos WASHINGTON UP The Offic of Price Stabilization has author zed a ceiling price hikeof on new Henry J and Allstat passenger automobiles manufac ured by KaiscrFrazer Corp The new retail ceilings rang from to The All state is the same as the Henry t is sold through SearsRocbuc Co stores All About The Weather Mason Ciiy Partly cloudy Thurs day afternoon Thursday nigh and Friday A little warmc Thursday afternoon high 83 t 80 Iowa Fair and warmer Thursday afternoon high 80 northeast t near 90 southwest Increasing cloudiness with scattered thun dcrshowers developing west anc north Partly cloudy Friday with local thundcrshowcrs Minnesota Partly cloudy anc warmer with scattered thunder showers Thursday night Friday partly cloudy with scattered thun cicrshowcrs GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Thursday Maximum 80 Minimum 54 At 8 am G6 YEAR AGO Maximum 78 H May Force HSTlnto Back Seat Fears Tag of Administration BELL W A S H ruman said Thursdaythat cvcry iing necessary to obtain a Dcmo ratic victory will come under dis ussion when Gov Adlai Steven meets with him and his cabinet ere next week lie told n news conference the iieslions it will include among ther things what part he should akc in the campaign Back Seat Since Truman obviously is anx ous to get in some licks at the lopubliciins Stevenson may find ImsclC confronted with the dif icult task of suggesting that the resident tnkc a back seat The DemocnUie nominee has been at ome pains to avoid close identifi cation with Iho Truman adminis ration Trumim said ho invited Steven son to the White House since Stev ensonhad suggested to him So Chicago at the lime of the Dem Extra Session WASHINGTON ff Truman said Thursday is con sidering calling an extra session of Congress to ask fora stronger price control law He fold a news conference will await further developments before deciding whether a special session called The President rnade the state ment in replying to Price StabWier Ellis Ar nalli statement Wednesday that a special sessionmaybe heces food pricescontinue get out of hand and skyrocket ocratic national convention that such a meeting would be a very fine He said the WhileHouse lunch eon will be attendedbySen John J Sparkman of Alabamathe presidential nominee and by Vice President Alben W Barklcy T Barkley In a confidential tone the Presi dent told the newsmen he would i a v e supported Barklcy for the nomination had Bark ey remained in the race Truman went 6n to say nought the convention picked the est possible men who can be elected On other political subjects the President 1 Voiced his support of W Stuarl Symington for election as Missouri senator over GOP Sen ator James P Kem While the President backed State Attorney General TE Buck Taylor in the primary election he told his news conference he is Just as fond of Symington Truman said he voted for Tay or because he was in a frame of mind to vote for him He said Taylors defeat did not affect his own standing in Missouri 2 Said he was glad his frequent critic GovTames F Byrnes of louth Carolina had been convert el This was a reference to the fact that Byrnes Wednesday urged the South Carolina Democratic con ventionto back the Stevenson Spnrkman ticket 3 Said had not talked with Averell Harriman about Har rimahs entering the race for sen ator from New York against Re publican Senator Ives He said he did not select can didates outside Missouri when iskcd if he would Jike to see Har riman make the race 4 Refused comment on recent lolitieal speeches by Dwight D 3isenhower the Republican presi dential nominee Asked if there was any prece dent for next Tuesdays meeting of Stevenson with the cabinet Truman said that whenever a Pres dent is going to be succeeded by he nominee of his party it is a oocl thing to have such a meeting STEAL LIQUOR DES MOINES W The Iowa late Liquor Store at Armstrong a was burglarized of 54 cases f whisky valued at Chair man H E Wolfe of the Iowa iquor Control Commission re ported Thursday   

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