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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 15, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited tor CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NIWSrAPIR THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LVIII US Mdrines Twice Crush Attacks Auocfated PrtM and United Frew Full Leatc Wlrts Five Centi a Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY AUGUST IS 1951 Thli Paper ConjUU o Two Ona No V4 Battles Hove Cost Reds 3000 Men SEOUL Korea Oft American marines twice Friday crushed Chi nese Communist attacks on Bunker Hill in the latest of a series of Western Front battles which the corps said has cost the Reds 3014 iii dead and wounded since Satur day United Nations fighter bombers strafed and plastered Red positions with bombs rockets and gasoline as the Leathernecks forced back 200 Chinese who tried to advance on the battlescarred hill Friday afternoon 39 Reds KilUd A briefing officer estimated 39 Reds were killed in one onehour battle the sixth futile Communist attempt to recapture Bunker Hill Before dawn Friday marines re pulsed a 400man force which launched a sneak attack on the hill from two directions The Leathernecks seized Bunker Tuesday the fourth day of fighting in the area The US Eighth Army said 1183 Chinese have been wounded and 897 count ed or believed killed in Red efforts to recapture the hill Support Action Allied fighter bombers supported the fierce ground action with from 500 to 1000 individual strikes against enemy positions since Sat urday the US Fifth Air Force said The Air Force said its pilots Fri day destroyed 76 troop and supply buildings six supply dumps 11 supply stacks 17 gun positions 28 bunkers four personnel shelters and seven field pieces Reds Reveal POW Camps TOKYO Nations Com mand headquarters said Friday the Communists have yielded to Al lied demands for maps showing the new locations three Red prisoner of war camps in North Korea Maj Gen William Harrison the senior UN armistice negotiator received the information from North Korean Gen Nam II chief Red negotiator It also included maps showing the boundaries of two other holding Allied prisoners which had been ex panded The UN Command released without comment a note from the Red general saying the Commu nists now have located all camps holding UN prisoners The Allies had complained thai the Reds were endangering the lives of their captives by failing to pinpoint the camp sites UN Delegate Says Can Use Any Weapon to Block Aggression UNITED NATIONS N Y United States warned Friday that it reserved the right to use the Abomb and germ warfare to suppress aggression until such weapons are eliminated by an ironclad system of international safe guards The warning was made by US Delegate Benjamin V Cohen before the UN Egyptian Leader Declares He Is Opponent of Reds CAIRO Egypt strong man Maj Gen Mohammed Na guib told his cheering troops Fri day the army wanls no parl of Communism and vowed well truly crush any elements convicted of distributing such propaganda Naguib warned his soldiers not to pay any attenlion lo gossip that the armys plan to split up Egypts bigestates and divide the wealth denoted a trend toward Commu nism In an impromptu address to hi men after attending Moslem pray ers Naguib declared there are still in the country elements who are actively working to frustrate our movement Well crush shoot them if necessary he asserted Naguib did not specify who the trouble makers were but inform ants said he referred to some poli ticians Auto Makers Battle for Steel WASHINGTON manu facturers battled Friday for enough steel lo step up car production in the next sbimonths while defense production strategists stuck to pre dictions of possible critical steel shortages The complaint of the auto manu facturers is that the government is exaggerating the effects of the 55 day steel strike They claim that there is enough steel available so that ear production can reach the prestrikegoal of 1150000 cars in the final quarter of this year ant ken be boosted to 1500000 cars in first three months of 1953 TRIPS TO two top litter itors at the Cerro Gordo 4H market hog contest at the North Iowa Fair Thursday were Stan Abrahamson left of Plymouth and Don Koehler of Lime Creek They were awarded trips to the Chicago International Livestock Ex position in November by Johnson and Son livestock buy ers Mason City armament Commission where Russia has repeatedly demanded hat the UN ban atomic weapons and germ warfare Wont Uie Cohen made it clear however that the United Stales does not ntend to use such weapons at any ime contrary to the terms of the United Nations charter thai it vould reserve them for the sup iression of aggression forbidden jy Ihe charter Cohen told Soviet Delegate Ja cob A Malik that the U S would never accept a mere paper decla ralion prohibiling the use of these vcapons Cohen said We arc issuing no ultimatums We are making no hreats Invite Aggression He went on to say that until here is an effective international system of inspection to make sure agreements are not being violated the United States docs not inlend to invite aggression by inform ng or committing ourselves to wouldbe aggressors and charter breakers that we will not use cer tain weapons to suppress aggres sion Truman Says Demos Bound for Victory WASHINGTON President Truman told CIO leaders Friday he American voters will elect Ad ai Stevenson President and make Hancher to Head Scout Fund Drive N E W T 0 N Dr Virgil M Hancher president of the Stale University of Iowa tra s been named chairman of Ihe 1D53 stale wide Boy Seoul fund drive Officials from the U Iowa Boj Scout councils laking part in the joinl drive for funds met Thurs day al the home of Fred Maytag II chairman of this years drive The campaign will open Oct and the goal will be 21 he Republicans like it Stevenson unionists is Truman told an honorable the man Huston ExGOP Chairman Dies STAMFORD Conn Hart Huston industrialist and for mer chairman of the Republican National Committee died at his home here Thursday and progressive man He auded the CIO action in endorsing the Illinois governor for the presi dency In Rose Garden The CIO men members of the unions Political Action Committee called on Truman at the White House and the President spoke to them briefly in the Rose Garden The PAG Thursday gave ils ex pccted backing to Stevensons can didacy Friday CIO President Philip Murray assailed Stevensons foe Republican Dwight Eisenhower for his stand on social security Murray said he doubts that the average citizen can find any com fort or solace in his candidacy Murray and other PAC officials Ihen went to the White House where Murray introduced Truman as the greatest friend labor has had in my lifetime One Front Truman said he saw the news of the CIO endorsement of Steven son on the front page of only one big city newspaper Then he noted that in 1948 87 per cenl of the American press was in the other corner That Tru man said was one reason why he went out and laid his message be the people in person The Democrats face exactly the same situation this time the President said and Were going to do exactly again what we did in 1948 and were go ing to make them like it Kids Swarm to North Iowa Fair Believe Reds Hit Sour Note in Propaganda Hare America Effort Backfires WASHINGTON OBStatc Depart ment officials believe that he Russians in their hymn of huto against the United States have nl a sour note which their propa ganda directors are suddenly try ng to softpedal The situation created an bpcu ng for a U S propaganda coun terattack which the Voiced of America has been pressing for some weeks Russian reaction in dicates officials say that the ounterattack is worrying the Kremlin What Happened Here is what happened The Soviet Union has always ricd to present itself to the world a friend of all peoples ami an enemy only of small groups of war m o n g e r s enemies of peace Wall Street imperialists and the like For many months and pariicu arly since the beginning of their charges that American forces wore using germ warfare in Korea however the Soviet propagandists have attacked the whole American army as an army of monsters and cannibals guilty of commit ting the most violent atrocities Germ Warfare Coupling this with the germ warfare campaign they have pic tured the United States to the rest of the world as a nation capable of the most horrible and fantastic crimes They also have assailed many aspects of American life such as sports politics business and social activities Taking all these elements to gether the Voice of America be gan telling the world that the So viet Union was conducting a hate America1 campaign blackening hc reputation of a whole people for the first time in Soviet history In recent days two Soviet publi cations News and New Times have carried articles disavowing any such campaign and restaling hc familialline that the Russians love everybody Denials Protests Similar denials and protests have been voiced by Russian radio commentators usually in English or some other nonRussian lan guage One of the interesting things about the denials authorities said Friday is that they have been di rected toward the world outside of Russia while the hate campaign has been heaviest in publications and radio broadcasts in the Rus sian language directed to the Russian people Why the Soviets should have stepped up their propaganda against the United Stales hns been a subject of intensive discussion in the State Department and olhcr interested government agencies Why Not Salute the Farmer An Editorial The North Iowa Fair closes Sunday That leaves just a little time for those who have not already done so to attend the Fair and help swell atlendance figures over any previous year The North Iowa Fair is more lhan anylhing else a lime lo honor the farmers young farmers and future farmers whose exhibits are the outslanding attraction at the fairgrounds These exhibits may be seen for the price of a gate admission tick et Inside the Fairgrounds you donl have lo spend anolhcr penny if you dont want to The Norlh Iowa Fair is a great one It should be even greater II wont be however unless North lowans by Ihe thousands flock through Ihe gales Ihis weekend Why not attend the Fair and show that you want a bigger North Iowa Fair Why not salute the farmer Hes the most importanl man in North Iowas economic life AP Wirephoto AIR BORN E Born to the whir of propellers high over the Atlantic between Puerto Rico and New York this tfny baby girl finds a safe landing in the arms of a nurse Mrs Lidia Ser pax gave birth to the child un attended while the plane was still two hours out from New York PACK was Childrens Day ni tlio North Towu pamhe young sters packed the grandstand Friday morning1 lo ace a oi1 the Tee Vogues of 1952 The parents and grandparents who accompanied the youngsters paid tire regular admission price Advisers Believe Ike Won First Skirmish No Charge for Those Under 16 Another Big Crowd for Show Tho youngsters were having their day at tho North lowu Fair Friday It was Childrens Day and young sters under IB wore admittedfrea to tho grounds They swarmedFri day morning Into the grandstand whore they were guests the North Fair Board ata special showing of the Ice Vogues of 1952 For the third straight night a ca pacity grandstand crowdThursday evening witnessed the fee show vhichcontinues each evening hrough Sunday The fair utlcndaiice Thursday vas 14997 according lo Secretary Vfannger M C Cap to jrlng the threeday total to 44147 This wns 243 short of tho figure for he snme period last year but Lnw ou snld Thursday morning that Childrens tho Saturday auto aces and the stock car race Sun lay shouid tiring the 1952 total near he 100000 mark Lnst year 90418 attended the six dny event Friday afternoons attraction was in eightevent horse racing pro jrnm The event sponsdred by tha Thoroughbred Horse Racing As sociation of Iowa featured nearly 10 horses in action The II n n c b c k County Rural Womens Chorus will sing at 7115 m to open the evening show Adlai Confers With Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Gen Dwight D Eisenhowers advisers feel Friday the general won his first direct campaign skir mish with President Truman in timing down an invitation to nt tcnd White House briefings on the world situation The Republican presidential can didate got a lot of headlines by saying no to the Prcsidenl and explaining that one reason he re jected Trumans bid Thursday was jccause he wanted to be free lo criticize Die administrations for ign policy President The President countered later in the day by saying he endorsed n 1951 Senate document which said American foreign policy in the riast decade has in general been This was seen by some as a move to put the Republicans in a spot where they cnnt criticize something they helped develop Rut GOP leaders promptly made it clear foreign policy would be a major campaign issue and would come in for a lot of criticism There was no immediate com ment on the TrumanEisenhower maneuvering from the Democratic candidate Gov Adlai E Steven son of Illinois whose recent White House visit touched off the whole thing Meets Leaders Stevenson met Friday with farm labor and political leaders in Springfield for talks that may play an important part in the presiden tial campaign Eisenhowers headquarters in Denver feels the general a new comer to politics more than held his own with an old master at the game in his exchange with Tru man This is what happened Stevenson came to Washington at Trumans invitation to meet the cabinet and receive briefings on current world developments from top military and federal of ficials Eisenhower and his running male Sen Richard M Nixon of California sharply criticized the incident The general was parlic ularly critical of the use of mili tary and nonpolitical authorities in the briefings Many other Republicans took up this theme Truman then issued an invitation to Eisenhower to atlcnd similar briefings ncxl Tuesday Eisenhower Thursday turned down the invitation lie said he wanted to be free to criticize for oign policy Says Louisiana Demos Will Vote Republican NEW ORLEANS slate Democratic leaders pre dict a mass migration across Louisiana party lines to Gen Dwight Eisenhower the Republican presidential nominee Gov Robert Kcnnon conceded that the Republican might carry this traditionally Democratic state in the Nov general election Kcnnon is a strong states rights Demo crat and has not expressed his choice of candidates Want N B Carstarphcn of Shreveporl chairman of the Democrat State Central Committee saidThursday that telegrams andL telephone culls he lias received show a great percentage of the Democrats want lo vote for Eisenhower Louisiana has morethan mil lion Democrats and 2000 register ed Republicans Gov Thomas Dcwcy of New York polled 72000 votes an tho GOP nominee in 1948 when Louisiana broke with Presi dent Trnmnn and the Slates Hights ticket carried the state The nrc in n stronger position in Louisiana than they have been for years Kcn non said The Slalc Central Commitlcr will meet Wednesday lo decide whether to list the Slovcnson Sparkman ticket under the rooster traditional Demo cratic symbol Alphabetical List The newspaper New Orleans Slates reported Thursday there has been wide talk that the Cen tral Committee would attempt lo have Democratic electors listed alphabetically on the ballot with out party symbols This would give voters a chance to support Eisenhower withoul formally voting Republican Kcnnon declined lo give his views on the Democratic slate of Illinois Gov Adlai Stevenson and Sen John Sparkman of Alabama Three Killed in Car Crash SIOUX CITY Three young people were killed early Friday h a cartruck necidcnt about 10 mile south of here Dead arc George E DcWolf 21 Robcrl R Wilson 21 and Mrs Violet Phillips 2J all of Sioux City The Woodbury Cpunly Sheriffs office said DcWolf was driving the car which sidcswipcd a grair truck on a county road three miles south of Sergeant Bluff la The truck driver Estcl New man of Akron la escaped will only minor injuries Quimby Farmer Wins Plow Title CHEROKEE Warren tier 16 of Quimby won the senior contour plowing event at the an nual Pilot Rock plowing matches held near here Thursday Young Warrcndcr finished with 88 points less than a point ahead of Harold Kurd 18 of Mcriden Glenn fiooch of Holstein was third SERVICES be held here Sunday for Dr F E Anderson 73 Sioux Rapids den tist for 40 years before his retire ment four Thursday years ago who died PALSY CENTER DES A rehabilitation and cerebral palsj center will be built in DCS Moinc by the Iowa Society for Cripplet Children and Adults Inc the Eas ter Seal Agency rAII About The Weather Mason City Parlly cloudy an turning cooler Friday aftcrnoor with occasional showers early i aflernoon High 32 lo 84 Clear ing and cooler Friday night 58 to CO Iowa Parlly cloudy warm am humid southeast portion nol warm northeast Friday after noon high in low 80s northeas lo near 90 southcasl Partly cloudy and cooler Salurtiay High Salurday 75 lo 80 Minnesota Generally fair Friday nighl and near Lake Superio and extreme soulheasl Salurday High Srlurday J6 lo 72 north 7 lo 78 soulh GlobeGazette weather data up I 8 am Friday Maximum 87 Minimum G5 At 8 am 73 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum fifl 60 Program John L RobinsonShows on Mid way i FRIDAY 7 15 p County Rural Womens Chorus 30 p by NorthWood Band p Voguesof 1952 plus the Five WhiteGuards SAJURDAY V hOO a livestock sale li130 p 4H dertionstra tioni p m Concert by Manly Band p M C Sanctioned Bifl Car AutoRaces p m Concert by Nora Springs Band Vogues of 1M1 plus the Five Guards a concertby theNorthwood aancl is scheduled at to be foltosvcd by the Ice Vogues of 1952 plus the FiveWhite Guards tho male singing stars This is the best swine Ive ever seen at the Ndrlh Iowa Fair said Judge Carroll Plager as he awarded blue ribbons lo all but three entries shown Thursday aft ernoon Plager who Is director of live stock extension for Gco A Hor mel and Co Austin has been judging swine at the North Iowa Fair for five years Hog entries were limited this year to 120 head of 1H market pigs due to the threat of disease Meanwhile judging of other livestock was drawing to a close M G Fabricius Osage banker farmer who placed all beef Attendance figures 1951 1952 Tuesday 8898 11362 Wednesday 19717 17768 Thursday 15775 14997 Friday 15052 Saturday 11037 Sunday 19939 Total 90418 called Thursdays baby beef class one of the finest and addedthat he awarded fewer white ribbons this year than at any other time The 4H livestock sale will get under way Saturday at 9 am and the dislricl 4H demonstrations will be judged at pm A con cert by the Manly Band at pm will precede the big car auto races in front of Ihe grandstand SAME   

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