Mason City Globe Gazette, August 9, 1952

Mason City Globe Gazette

August 09, 1952

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 9, 1952, Mason City, Iowa North Daily Newspaper for CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NIWSPAMR THAT M A K I S A L L N 0 R T H IOWANS N I I GH lORi HOME EDITION VOL LVIIt Associated Press and United Preis Full Lox Wlrec Five Cents MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY AUGUST 9 1H Raps Foreign Policy Mitchell in Top Demo Spot Paper ot Two SeclUmsScctlori Ono Ike Believes America in Great Peril DENVER Colo Gen Dwight D Eisenhower believes says Johfr Foster Dulles that President Tru mans foreign policy is placing AmeYica in the greatest perilin its history And1 Dulles Republican interna tional affairs expert who until re cently was an adviser to Secretary of StateAcheson says only elec tion of Eisenhower as President can block Soviet domination ofthe free world and avert a third world war Licks Experience Gov Adlai Stevenson Eisenhow ers Democratic opponent for the presidency Jacks the experience the stature and the power of deci sion in great world matters which are so necessary to save our nation at this Dulles told a news conference Friday nigh Dulles chief author of the for eign policy plank of theGOP plat formspoke out after a twohour conference with Eisenhower and his vice presidential running mate Sen Richard M Nixon of Califor nia Peril I think we all agree said Dul the trend of our present foreign policies is to put ourna tion in the greatest peril it has been in the entire course of our national history Then he went on to blast those policies and to say I would not be here expressing the views I have if they werenot in accord with Gen Eisenhowers views Eisenhower Nixon and he agree Dulles said that foreign policy is the major issue of the STEPHEN A MITCHELL week view Stevenson expressed last Credit to Virtually allcredit for improve ment or morale in Vestern Europe belongs to was North Atlantic Commander until last June not to the admin istration Dulles declared At the end of World War If hu said Russia was a relaUvrly weak and terribly devastated coun try The United States had unpre cedented power and prestige in the world Since then the balance of power has been steadily moving against us English Announce New Nerve Gas LONDON UP of new nerve gases which give no warn ing of their presence and can kill almost instantly have been de scribed by Britains Ministry of Supply A drop of the liquid in the eye or the inhalation of a high concen tration of the vapor for a few sec onds may cause incapacity or Iran Senate Balks Granting Dictatorship Sends Delegation to See Mossadegh TEHRAN Iran Iran ian Senate refused Saturday to vote dictatorial powers for Premier Mohammed Mossadegh Instead the Senate decided in closed session to send a delegation of nine to see Mossadegh Saturday night and ask him the reasons for his demands for full powers in ex ecutive and legislative matters SoninLaw Among the rebellious senators who argued that Mossadeghs re quest was unconstitutional was his own soninlaw Matin Daftari Another senator Abolfazl Les sani conceded he be com mitting by opposing the dictatorialpowers bill but added Suicide is a far smaller crime than the destruction and murder Irans Constitution We must be prepared to sacrifice even our lives in defense ot the Constitution Govern by Dec The bill empowering Mossadegh to govern bydecree was approved almost unanimously by the Majlis lower house of Parliament and had been expected to get similar treatment in the upper house The Senate balked at approving this bill even as it did another Majlisapproved measure confis cating the property of miilti mil dcath within a few seconds Polk City lionaire Ahmed Qayam whose shortlived term as premier touched off the bloody riots July 21 which led to Mossadeghs return to power PLOWING CONTEST DBS MOINES Iowa Con tour Plowing Match and the Slate Soil Conservation District field Day will be held next Tuesday on the Dr Wayne L Severson farm near Stevenson Remains in Tight Control SPRINGFIELD 111 W GOV Adlai Stevenson held light control of his presidential campaign Sat urday after the appointment of his old friend Stephen A Mitchell of Chicago to head the Democratic National Committee Mitchell was given the commit tee chairmanship in an obvious move by Stevenson the Demo cratic presidential put his own lieutenants in key spots for the big drive to win the No vember election Political Surprise The appointment was something of a political surprise And it shoved a virtual un known on the national the top Democratic ranks He moved over the heads of old line party leaders whose names had been mentioned as possible suc cessors to the present chairman Frank E McKinney of Indianapo Slevensons choice was approved by the executive committee of the Democratic National Committee It is expected to be ratified shortly by the full committee Mitchell has been chief counsel for the House Judiciary Subcom mittee investigating the Justice De partment He was due here Sat urday afternoon for the first of a series of conferences with Steven son on campaign strategy In Soup Mitchell told reporters in Chica go Friday night that the appoint ment came as a surprise and he exclaimed Now Im in the soup The 49yearold attorney will see Stevenson Saturday and then will meet with Stevensonand McKin ney Sunday for a further discus sion of campaign plans McKinney was reached in Kan sas City and told of Mitchells ap pointment He said he had been in touch with Stevenson by telephone and felt he could step aside since the party had united behind Stev enson and Sen John Sparkman of Alabama the Democratic vice presidential nominee IOWA SCOTS SWORD DANCEDanccrSof University 01 Iowa Scottish Highlanders execute a sword ciance at the Festival of Britain site in London The High landers are currently on a tour of Europe The girls feffc to right are Jan Trimble Southwest Iowa Jan Suiter Ida Grove and Jean Weeiris Waterloo Police Seize Pallbearers CHICAGO wi Police hunting the assassins of Theodore Hoc gambling king seized fiVQ of hispallbearers after his funeral and ordered the arrest ot 14 reputed syndicate hoodlums Ipur pf the pallbearers were seized minutes after they had low South Side U gfaVe aml thclifth Wils Pickcd the Lt John Golden of the homicide bureau said he wanted to oiics MbStthfiT they werc that dosc lo Kocthcy musL know rePudmilIl0naire was shotgun blasts Monday h un ass onay night as he walked from his South Side apartment to his nearby car wT Caponc synclicale were sought for queS because police believe they had tried to move in on itoe lucrative policy wheel racket a form of lottery Second Friend Mitchell is the second friend of Stevenson to be given a key cam paign role The first was Wilson Wyatt of Louisville Ky whom the governor appointed to direct his personal campaign headquarters Mitchell is a native of Rock Val ley fa is of Irish stock and a Roman Catholic By naming a Catholic Stevenson preserved the tradition that has been followed for years by the Democrats in choosing their national chairman VFWHead Asks Fight LOS ANGELES UP The new commander in chief of the Vet erans of Foreign Wars Saturday asked the group to fight the Com mies wherever they raise their heads James W Cothman 37 Bishop ville SC was elected to office Friday as the organization wound 53rd annual encampment amid a stormy condemnation of the Embassy Hotel for permitting a fundraising group of 14 con victed California Communists to hold a meeting in its auditorium I refsse to accept my oath as your commander in chief in this auditorium Cothman said as he took the rostrum in the same hall where the fund raising group had been permitted to hold its meeting the night before I pledge you that we will fight the Commies wherever they raise their at home and abroad We demand that this party be outlawed and the 55000 known Commies be deported from the shores of America he boomed to the delegates who cheered wildly for 10 minutes after the announce ment Screaming Reds Shove UN Forces Off Hill in Korea SEOUL Korea Chinese Reds Saturday pushed stuhhorn United Nations troops off a grenadepocked hill eastof the truce village of Panmunjom hands munists showered in 4000 rounds of artillery and mortar fir on the U N infantrymen durinj the daylong fight Heavy Heavy fighting also broke ou early Saturday west of the Pukhan River where two Chinese com panies counter attacked South Ko rean troops holding Capitol Hill Battlehardened ROK soldier beat the raiding Communists to their knees in the Reds latest and most desperate attempt to take the bitterlycontested hill which ho changed hands six times this week American Sabre jet pilots sho down another Communist MIG15 Saturday to carry their streak of aerial victories into the ninth straight day while fighterbombon hit Red frontline positions and sup ply lines The battle for the hill east oJ Panmunjom started at a m when a reinforced Red platoon nil a UN advance position The Al lied defenders minutes later tacked withdrew but 10 they counter Assaull Fails The UN assault unsuccess ful however and Allied infantry men waited for air support to come in and soften up the Communists Shortly before 10 a m UN fighterbombers hit the Reds with napalm and rockets and the ground troops followed up with their second attack This time they were successful after more than an hours fighting and recaptured the hill CAVEIN PERILS HOMESA sudden ami sidewalk alonga main traffic artery in West Philadel phia created this gaping 35footcrater swallowing two vehicles and forcing hundreds to flee homes lining the cavein The two autos were unoccupied and no one was reported injured SAME 333 Klick Hit mcani IrifHo tfcatb IK t howrjj But 15 minutes later the Com munists came back in force and again the Allies were forced to withdraw In the battle for Capitol Hill an estimated 300 Chinese infantry men hurling hand grenades nnd firing submachine guns and rifles stormed the height in force in a futile attempt to dislodge tough South Korean troops DISCUSS DISEASE AMES disease preven tion emphasized recently by the outbreak of vesicular exanthema will be discussed at the first Iowa Swine Breeders Day at Iowa State College next Tuesday Sec Acheson Calls Meeting Successful SAN FRANCISCO of State Dean Acheson returning from a meeting in Honolulu with the foreign ministers of Australia and New Zealand was scheduled to fly to Washington Saturday He said he was confident the con ferences had strengthened rela tionships among the Ahzus nations Acheson his wife and a party of aides arrived here Friday night in an Air Force Constellation from Honolulu The secretary said he had a successful trip and promised the United States will continue lo work ownrd the goal of freedom for all Pacific nations Justice Official Move Ahead I Cleanup Crusad Rain Advances Toward South Eases Drought toy THE ASSOCIATED PRESS More showers moved toward the South Saturday and government weather forecasters looked for a complete breakup of the drought in that area Recent rains have eased drought conditions in New Eng land aifd the Southeast but Arkansas Missouri Kentucky and Tennessee still are ically dry with damage t Countries File Protests in Island Fight crops and pastures mounting Widely s c a 11 e r c d shower sprinkled parts of Arkansas nn showers were forecast over th week end or within five days fo thecritical area The Agriculture Depnrtmen worked 0111 a plan Friday for get ting surplus hay from five MIt western stales into d r o u g h i plagued Kentucky and Tennessee The government will fool part o the bill Secretary of Agriculture Brai nan also announced he has aske the railroads to cut freight rate on hay shipmchls to Iho two slate from Wisconsin Michigan lowt Illinois and Indiana The railroadsturned down a earlier government suggestion o reduced rail freight rates to a areas that suffered trough damage Calls Farm Chiefs Into Final Huddle WASHINGTON UP if Agriculture Charles F Brannai culled farm officials from seven tales into a final huddle Saturday cforc sending them home to stori he flow of emergency livestock ecd to droughtparched Kentucky nd Tennessee Brannnn estimated the widc prcad drought which has gripped ic South and parts of New Eng and would probably cause loss s to farmers of more than 1000000000 immediate effect of the rought in the South Brannan said night will be lo force caltlc ilo the markcl before they are ompletcly fattened lie sold Ihis lay mean lower meat prices in ie immediate future but added rices will rise later when meal ccomes scarce SOIL MEETING SHENANDOAH A National ssociation of Soil Conservation istricts will he held here Aug 14 with representatives from seven iiddh western slates expected to tend UNITED NATIONS NY UP The GrecoBulgarian frontier dis pute overtiny Gamma Island threatened Saturday to become a major United Nations issue after Bulgaria charged formally Greece had displayed nn openly aggres sive and bellicose policy Both sides now have filed pro tests wilh the U N Secretariat and U N Peace Observation Com mission members on the scene have warned a very dangerous might result from the Get situation incident Greece ignored Bulgarias pro test Officials in Athens termed th Bulgarian message more Com munJst insolence Bulgn riflHiForeign Minister Mint cho Ncytchevtold the U N Sec retarlat the Greeksprovocative y sent aircraft totthc frontier irca and opened a bombardment it Gamma Island after all sorts f warnings and menaces to the Bulgarian frontier patrol The Bulgarian note did not men ion whether Bulgarian forces had iccupled Gamma Island1 as Ihc 3 recks charged Insleacl the Bul garians stressed that their frontier guards had maintained iron aim in the face of provocative cts of the Greek government Greece Charged earlier this week n a protest to the U N that Bul garia had occupied Gnmma Is and The Bulgarians withdrew Fri ay according to an Athens com nunique after the Greek bom ardment for Drive To Probe Ship Postoffice Deals WASHINGTON M Flanked by nn array of new op assislants Ally Gen James P McGranery moved forward ori a number of fronts Saturday in his battle to clean up any corruption in the fed eral government McGranery assembled a news conference to disclose a number of shifts in his chief assistants and to announce that 1 department it ing alleged job sales in the Chicago Poslofflec second largest in the counlry reputedly at per throw McGrnnery said it Is only a question of who and how many we are going to indict 2 has ury Investigation irilo the 1946 public auction ot governments million St Johns River shipyard at sold as surplus to the Tampa Shipbulld 1928500 A 1UA 1U the Justice Department said alle gations of bribery and collusion in the shipyard case were referred to the department when Supreme Tom Clark was attorney general Baby Killed in Auto Accident CEDAR 3month d baby was injured fatally In nn uto accidcnl in Ccdnr Rapids irly Saturday The child Gloria T e a n chmickle died at an Iowa City ospital where she was taken fol the accident but that no action resulted McGranery told his news cort erence that matter should have been investigated morethdr ughly and should prei cnled to a grand jury The attorney general said he has just signed a con tract with the private New York auditing firm ofArthUr pompany to cKeck the books of the alien property custodian long un der fire by Republican senators 1 Ntwi Conference The attorney general called his news conference immediately after President Truman announced ttiree new major appointments in the Justice Departmenton McGran erys recommendations They are Ross L Malone 42 N M attorney never before sociated with government as de puty attorney general No 2 post n the department Rowland F Kirks 37 former dean of1 the National University school of law here as assistant at torney general for alien property Charles B Murray 52 assistant district attorney for the District ot Columbia for 25 years as assistant attorney general for the criminal division NEW PARTY CHICAGO UPA group of per sons from 10 states expressing dis satisfaction with the policies of the two major political parties Saturday set up a national com mittee for a new party and said they were aiming at gathering the conservative vote in future cam paign All About MOTHER WAITS PRAYSMra Michael Hvasta gazes at a picture of her a fter being no ified that he escaped a Chechoslovakian prison OT Inn 2 OT nn nson Stephen consoles his mothers her husband holds the photograph Mrs Hvasia who JIVES at Hjllaule N J expressed fear that her Navy veteran sons escape was a trick of the Reds Jfc was jailed in the Communist country on spy charges TheWeatfier Mason City Partly cloudy Satur day afternoon Saturday night and Sunday Sunday showers late afternoon or eve ning Iowa Partly cloudy and a little cooler Saturday afternoonHigh near 70 northeast 75 to 80 else where Partly cloudy and warm er Sunday Minnesota Fair and cool Saturday night Low 45 to 53 Sundaypart ly cloudy and warmer withscat tered showers likely northwest portion during afternoon or eve ning f GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Saturday i Maximum 7 Minimum 60 At 8 am 64 Precipitation 46 ;