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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 5, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON ITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS N E I G H 0 0 R S HOME EDITION VOL LVIII and United Full Lease Five Cents MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 5 1952 Consists ot Two One No 2M Clash at Hearing About Reds in Packing Union Four Eldora Employes Fired for Allegedly Beating Inmates Says Reds if PIE FOR THE Snow muncheTon a piece of apple while watching his wife Clara prepare pies for the two presidential candidates who will speak on their farm near Kasson Minn Saturday Both Adlai Stevenson ami Dwight Eisenhower have indicated they will lunch with the Snows Ike Offers Peace Plan Adlai Set for Fight in West By THE WIRE SERVICES Dwight D Eisenhower was off to a roaring crusade for world peace Friday and Gov Adlai Stevenson primed for a fight was offon a campaign tour ofthe West that his managers hope will outmatch Ikes thundering sweep of the South Eisenhower in the formal opening of his campaign in Philadelphia Thursday night said the only way the U S can peace is throw the wasters the bung lers and the incompetents out of office in Washington Lets sweep this country with such a wave of resolve determina tion and action that the little men the defeatists the false prophets of the false doctrine that it cant be done will be tossed out of power and the real America given a chance to move in Peace Program On that offering a 10poinl peace program of his own formally launched his presidential campaign And Friday he carried his fight west ward to Chicago and a fiveday tourof the Middlcwest touching Illinois Minnesota Ohio and In diana The Philadelphia across the nation by television and a day of thunder ous ovations for Eisenhower and his wife Mamie It began when a crowd estimated by the deputy police commissioner at 250000 or more persons thronged the downtown streets of Philadel phia to cheer the GOP candidate on his arrival from New York City It reached a peak when Eisen hower stepped on to the stage al Convention Hall while waves oi applause rolled clown from an audience packed to the rafters Eisenhower lost no time in lash ing out at the Democratic admin istration He set the crowd to cheering by saying I have sak and will say again and again tha there is only one issue in this cam paign That issue is the mess in Washington He touched off another outburs with There is only one way to go rid of that is to get ric of the wasters the bunglers the incompetents and the boss poli ticians who have created it Then Eisenhower charged the atJ ministralion has bungled us peri lously close to world war three1 He said we will dedicate our to a program for peace to prevent future Koreas CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 Fowler Named Director of Mobilization WASHINGTON if President Truman Friday named Henry II Fowler Washington and Virginia attorney as director of the Office of Defense Mobilization Fowler now defense production idministrator thus moves up to he lop job in the government1 civilian agencies connected with the preparedness effort His new job was formerly lick oy Charles E Wilson onetime president of the General Electric Company Wilson resigned las March 31 after a dispute with the administration over methods o Dandling the steel strike John R Steelman prcsidcntia assislanl has been acling as Ihe defense mobilizcr since Wilsoi quit fowler will lake over the pos on Monday Italian Diplomat Sforza 78 Dies ROME Italy Fridaymourne her senior diplomat Count Carol Sforza who died Thursday nigh after a half century of libera antiFascist service in world pol tics cabinet member wilh out portfolio at the lime of hi death and twice in the past For eign in a Rom clinic after a years illness H would have been 79 Sept 25 The cause of his death was no announced but reportedly he wa under treatment for phlebitis II was said to have suffered a bloo clot Thursday morning His funeral will be Saturday Governor Says We Cant Tolerate Any Brutality DES MOINES William S Beardsley said Fri ay all four of the Eldora State Training School employes nvolved in the alleged beating of two boy inmates who had scaped have been fired The people of Iowa can be assured that we will not olerate brutality in these institutions the governor de lared We are proud of improvement in these institutions and e are going to improve them Bearclsley said Asks Investigation Beardsley said that when he first learned of the incident riday morning he asked the board for an investigation and report to him The board at that time the governor re ated was investigating and getting the report Shortly after he report was submitted he governor the four em iloyes were fired immediately The governor emphasized that tic board had acted promptly be ause the four persons involved ad pleaded guilty to assault and allery charges in the case Earlier Supt Hollis L Miles of lie Eldora school said he had dcfinile proof that Iwo of Ihe mployes Blumm oach and James Ramsey car penter were innocent of the charge He said the other two Lloyd Coonradt plumber and his wife teacher at the school had been uspended pending completion of tie investigalion Identifies Boys The superintendent identified the oys as Robert Brady of Cedar lapids and Robert Caplell whose larenls live in Nevada but who for ix years before coining to the El lora institution had been in the Anio Witlenmyer Home alDaven ort Miles said he had received no lalemenl from Mr and Mrs Coonradl but that when he does I will look into the matter am hey will be fired if they are guilty Miles said the two boys took Joonradts car when they left the raining school The motor was turned out when the car was re overed near Nevada he said Mr and Mrs Coonradt Blumm nd Ramsey paid fines of each i justice of the peace court in Nevada Wednesday on charges of ssaull and battery growing out f the alleged beatings Story County Sheriff J I Shal ey and his tleputj John Stark iled the charges against the four Shalley said he arrested the two escapees Wednesday aft irnoon near Nevada When the four training school mployes came aflcr Ihc boys to ctiini them to Eldora Shalley aid they started hilling Ihe boys vith their fists One hoy was knocked to the ground and received badly bruised nose and cut lip s said Deputy Stark said the boys ladnt said a word to provoke an attack Shalley said that after the four aid their fines in the court of Justice of the Peace Howard Mills it Nevada they said that if we iatl to be around those kids like hey were wed probably treat hem the same way Fire Explosion Raze Garage at Charles City CHARLES explosion and fire razed Ihc showroom and garage of Ihe Bissonctlo automo bile agency here Thursday nighl The fire started shortly after 7 p m and the department worked until afler midnight before the embers were extinguished building is located opposite last The the St Charles Hotel in the heart of Iho business district and sev eral nearby residences w ere scorched Nothing but the brick walls were left standing Fridaj morning Lots Philip BissoiieUc Jr owner o lhe concern said the building am stockwas a total loss He csti mated the damage at The fire started in the pain shop following an explosion anc rapidly spread throughout the twostory brick building The blaze was helped along by a series of exploding oildrums and paint cans Lylc Kyle service manager said he was pouring hot enamci into a paint gun when it exploded Kyle and another man in the shop suffered slight burns About 25 customer aiid used cars were in the building at the time Four of the cars were moved out of the blazing struc ture The owner had delivered the last new automobile Thursday Fight for 3 Hours The Charles City fire depart ment fought the blaze for three lours before bringing it under control Only the walls of the Kiilding remained nearly four lours lalcr Firemen sprayed nearby houses 0 prevent the fire from spread ng Sparks set fire to a house and garage roof but the fires were quickly extinguished After 171 Years People Still Dont Know Pronunciation LOS ANGELES The city is 171 years old but it still is not sure low to pronounce its name A jury of experts and civic lead crs appointed by the mayor threw up its hands in despair Thursday deadlocked over whether the g should be hard or soft They arc split the jury foreman reported between loss ahjess ess and loss ahgehless Dumb AdultsCant Even Soell ft USC ATI NE calinc boy small Mus was downtown this veck very correct spelling conscious with the opening of he bumped smack nlo a misspelled word The collision of critical eye and sign makers inadvertence oc curred at the intersection of Iowa Avenue aiid Second Street The small boy was Larry Mitt man kson of Mr and Mrs Rich ard 3 Mittman Route G The misspelled word in big while1 loiters was on a street sign designating West Secnd Street Although only n oil in the Olive 30yearold 13ranch School iere Larry noted an error that for weeks had gone unchallenged liy thousands at one of Musca tines busiest downtown intersec tions The blunder had been right un der the noses or at leastright over the noses of all passersby After Larry had expressed his opinion of the affront to his sense of good spelling he hurried off lite street wondering how dumb adults can be Cant even spell Second Von Fleet Says More Than Million tommies in SEOUL Korea S Army Commander Gen James A Van Fleet Friday said there arc more than a million Communist soldiers in slight in crease in thepast few months He told a news conference the Reds have rather ample stocks for an offensive But he reiterated that he docs not believe they will try one in the coming autumn The general safd United Nations air attacks are hurting the Com munists badly but the enemy has rather ample slocks of an offensive Its rather incredible but he is a master mind at ifiltralion and night movement of supplies Van Fleet said he hadnt heard anything about reports in Tokyo that he would be reassigned within i month in keeping with Army policy of rotating generals as well is enlisted men He made these other points in whatlie called a public account ing tothe free world on U N ground action in Korea in June July and August I Our frontline positions have past three months providing strong coastlocoasL installaiioii 2 U N troops have mflictcc more than30000 casualties qnthp Communists iii the past ihrco months i More than 105000 American roops have rotated home in the past five months Body armor has pro veil prac tical and an adequate supply has jcn assured in Iho very nearHi lure for all unils wauling Ihe extra protection 5 Plans for converting to winter clothing have been completed The supply picture remains excellent i The brilliiint progress ofthe Army of the Republic of Korea s responsible for much of the U success on the battlefront NEW ASSISTANT DES MOINES Stewart Former DCS Moiues residentis the icw assistant commissioner foi program development and coordi nation in the Federal Security Ad ministrations office of education in Washington D C MASON CITY AN WOUNDED The LTS Department of Defense Friday reported thai Pfc Eugene L Nccly son of Mrs Dorolhy Ten ney 1320 Sixth SE had been wounded in Korea WTO VfcKWS SAME I While ttxf DATE no trxffle pzst U4 hours dealll In 1fiblo Courtesy Chnilcs Clly 1 i LJ vjujf f t vnn ONLY SHLLL quartermillion dollar fire left only the bare wails of the Philip Bissonette automobile agency standing Friday morning after the firemen had battled the blaze since 7 pm Thursday Pictured here the south end of the ffarage facing the car Firemen arc at worl on the east side or rear of the garage The fire started in the paint shop following an explosion Local Union Chiefs Back Liberties Case Mason City officinls of Ihc C10 Unilcd Packinghouse Workers were iclivc in bringing charges that Carroll Anderson manager of the 5urf Ballroom nt Clear Lake dc civil liberties to two Negroes il was learned Friday A justice court hearing on the two charges has been continuec and thereisJilllcprospect it week JusUc R whose court th case scheduled will be out o town iirttil Monday or Tuesday The charges filed some lime ago were brought to Ijghl Wednesday afloV Anderson and his attorney R ttayle appeared in jits ticci court and arranged for a con Jnuancc for several days Separate Charges There arc two scpnrate charges 3no was brought by Isadorc Pallor in Union at Chicago Ran Labor at Armour Plant BULLETIN C H I C A GO John S Wood of Houi Un Activities or heart dur ing hearing Friday after complaining of a pain and was hospitalized CHICAGO A hearing of the House UnAmerican Activities Committee was enlivened jy a dash between committee members and Herbert March att officialof he ClO UnitedPack inghouse Workers Union The exchange was touched off when March a witness accused the members ofbeing unfriendly to labor and my union Hep Francis E DPa declared For 20 years I have championed the cause of laborin the Congress of the U n ft ed Slates t Labor Dispute March retorted youre so iteresled in labor 1dont sec vhy you comeintoa city while company and union js engaged n a serious labor dispute lojast eflections on Ihcumonl Youre trying to create the im pression labor and Communism arc the same thing Waller snapped We resent thai You arc trying to ruin labor in America March asked Yf alter riot get intoiich witK before sitting the Chi cago hearings We dont confer with Cpmmu clc nn fimjIKirirf nisls on waiter re torted i V Rep Donald L Jackson R CahO intervened at thispoint saying the only reason youre in he isbecause you have been identified with Com labor ion Jr Waterloo who allegedly vas denied iidmiltanco to llici Svirf n lime The other was filed by Jhnrles BennettMason City broth ir of Bernic University of Iowa football player who claims he was denied admillance n late July Attorney George Dunn is repre senting holhPatterson and Ben ictl He pointed out however that denying civil liberties is a criminal charge under Iowa law a imistle tieanor Therefore the case will ic prosecuted by the office of Jounly Attorney James RBrown Dunnsaid Friday that a group of Mason City union officials in ltiding Art Costello president of he packinghouse local invited atterson to accompany them to the Surf lust June after a union meeting in Mason City Dunn said he believed thatan ther Negro accompanied the group tiolh Patterson and the CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 March described himself as a former officer and now local or ganizer In Local 347 UPWCIO butrefused lo saywhether he was or ever had been a Daily Worker Frank Taycnncr chief counsel for the committee quoted from various articles in the Communist Daily Worker which mentioned March but he witness say whetherhe was Ihe person named jS Al one point Rep Jackson asKci Hurricane Veers Away From Land MIAMI Fla severe Atlan tic hurricane sped northward in the open sea Friday offering no Ihreal lo any land areas This second hurricane of the sea son was cxpcclcd lo pass be tween the North Carolina coast and Bermuda far enough from el thcr area lo cause any damage All About The Weather Mason City Wanner Friday High 92 High Saturday 91 Iowa Fair and warmer Friday afternoon Cooler except ex treme north Saturday Minnesota Considerable cloudi ness north and central Cooler Friday night and in extreme southeast Saturday GlobeGazette weather data up to a inFriday Maximum 81 Minimum 57 Al 8 a m GG YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 72 58 March if he saw an act of sabotage being performed by a Communist would you report such an acUlo authorilics Mprch saidthat if he saw anyone pcrform sabolagc he would try to prevent it fromtaking place Presented in evidence was a let ter dated Sept 17 1945 headed Dear Comrade and signed Her bert March The letter said There willbea special meeting of all Communist Party members employed in the packing industry on Friday Sept 21 at Carver Cen ter in Chicago At this meeting cxlremcly im business willbe taken up by leaders of the Communist Party in Illinois relating tohow Commu nists are lo carry on their work in unions what the program of lha Communist Party is in industry and methods of organization as well as an explanation of the new con stitution and policy of the Commu nist Party Wont TAIk March declined lo say whether he had any knowledge of or had signed the leller The House grouphas heard of ficials of the Independent Farm Equipment United Electrical Workers and the CIO United Pack inghouse WorkersUnions in hear ings that began Tuesday A Negro packinghouse worker told the committee Thursday that Communists had infiltrated the Chicago Stock Yards and grabbed control of a union local represent ing Armour Company The witness Roy Thompson 39 testified he formerly was a mem jber of the Communist Parly but bolted in1948 when he became con vinced Ihe Reds were trying to destroy the Negro leaders and replace them with heirown men f Thompson an Armour employe since 1942 was formerly chief steward of Local 347 CIO United   

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