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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 6, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited tec UM HOOM CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I N f W S A r I THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH I O W ANSNIIGHIORS HOME EDITION VOL LVIII AMoctilcd ud UaHed Frew full Lease CFivc Cory MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY SEPTEMBER TbU Coniiti of Two Ow as Sparkman Will Speak Here txnriT GlobeGa7eUe photo by PLEDGE TO three young women get I to Vote buttons irom Hughes J Bryant com mander of ClausenWpiden Post of the American Legion while they arisure him they wouldnt miss their first chance in any event The Legion placed supplies of the lapel buttons in each Mason City bank in connection with its drive to get everyone to the polls Nov 4 The girls left to right are Nancy Hall Janice Cromer and Marilyn Sher man American Troops Hurl Back Savage Red Attack on Hill SEOUL Korea IP Anierican 25th Division soldiers hurled back a savage Communist attack on a strategic hill outpost Saturday while United Nations warplanes smashed four vital Red targets in forays over North Korea Screaming KorthKorean Communists fought fanatically for 10 hours in a vain to dislodge the Americans from the outpost on Sandbag Castle northwest of the Punchbowl on the tral Front Arrives in Mason City on Sept 24 A Mason City appearance by Sen John Sparkman of Alabama Democratic nominee for vice president was scheduled Saturday by Ruth Mettler third district Democratic committeewbman and chairman of the Cerro Gordo County campaign speakers and special events committee Sen Sparkman is scheduled to arrive here Sept 24 from Worth ington Minn and will make a public address that evening Mrs Meltler said The next day he will confer with labor groups and ad dress a noon luncheon of Cerro Gprdo Democrats To He leaves in the afternoon for Des Moines where he is scheduled to that evening at the Des Moines Dinner Club Elsewhere around the state the presidential campaign parade was also picking up speed and interest An announcement from Shenan doah is thai President Truman has tentatively agreed to address that citys annual Harvest Jubilee on Oct 8 Democratic state headquarters said Saturday it is almost certain Gov Adlai Stevenson will come to Iowa either late in September or earlyin October C cost ing And Dwight Eisenhower Uie Re publican candidate is scheduled Cor a whirlwind crossing of Iowa on Sept 8 the same day that an important Democratic meeting is planned in Des Moines Among thoseattending this Mid west meeting of leaders from 16 states will be Stephen A Mitchell the new Democratic nationalchair man The Americans were forced to give up the outpost at one point but later they recaptured it In the air Allied planes struck the North Korean Armys 5th Corps Headquarters south of Kowan Fifth Air Force fighter bombers and Marine and Australian wnrplanes destroyed 56 buildings and dam aged 20 more Other fighterbombers plastered a Communist tungsten mine south cast of Tangdok but a partial cloud cover prevented full evaluation o the damage American F86 Sabrejets protect ing the fighter bombers probably destroyed one Communist M1G15 and damaged another Two aerial battles were fought during the day between 39 sabres and 50 MIGs Earlier American B26 night bombers virtually wiped out an im portant Communist center atPukchong war supply on the East Coast of North Korea while 11 Oki nawabased B29 Superforts blasted a military supply area near Ham hung in Northeast Korea In the battle for the Sandbag Hill outpost the Americans fought handtohand with the Reds for more than four hours initial Communist attack took place about midnight after the enemy poured mortar and artillery lireat the UN defenders U S Court Upholds Bridges Conviction SAN FRANCISCO UP The Ninth U S Circuit Court of Ap peals Saturday upheld the convic tion of West Coast longshore leader Harry Bridges found guilty in 1950 of perjury and conspiracy to de fraud the government In aunanimous decision the court upheld the 1950 perjuryTconspiracy conviction finding the Australian born head of the International Longshoremens and Warehouse mens Union unlawfully obtained citizenship fin 1945 by claiming he had never been a member of the Communist Party DATE fetlb in West Offers Russia New Peace Pact MOSCOW United Slates Britain and France Friday night handed Russia Austrian peace pcpposals that they claimed met previous Soviet objections to the longdelayed pact The Western Allies suggested fourpower talks in London Sept 29 to complete the accord In identical notes the three Western powers told the Soviets that they were limit Austrias fu lure arrhed forces They said they also were willing tordemand that an independent Austria guarantee free elections basic freedoms and antiNazimeasures The notes delivered by the West ern embassies to Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Y Vishinsky tended that these proposals met the only points of objection Rus sia hasraised to the Wests previ ous recommendations for the treaty arid thus cleared the way for a settlement If agreed to such a meeting would open another round in a squabblethat has been dragging on since 1943 Attempts to agree on a draft of an Austrian treaty bogged clownlast mectjng over the last six years in London ABSENTEE BALLOTS DES MOINES Secretary of States office reports it has re ceived 3134 requests frptn lowans in military service for November general election ballots All About The Wealher Mi son City Partly cloudy and cooler Saturday high near 69 Fair Sunday slightly warmer Partly cloudy and cooler Saturday afternoon high 70 to 80 Partly cloudy Sunday Considerable cloudi ness scattered showers north west and west central Saturday night and north Siinday GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Saturday Maximum 90 Minimum 56 At 8 a m 58 H Famed Pilot Among Dead First Briton to Crack Sonic Wall FARNSBOROUGfT Eng ains new wonder DeHav illand 110 night fighter plane blew the fasterthansound flight Saturday and killed 20per sons before of1130000 JOHN SPARKMAN Newspapers Report 350 Pilgrims Die in Indian Storm NEW pELHI India pers reported Saturday at least 350 pilgrims perished and many others are missing in a fierce storm that caught them on a trek toward the sacred seat of the Hindu Gods on the high glacial slopes of the Him alayas A spokesman for the Indian gov ernment said he doubted if curate count of the dead was pos sible however because the pil grims were scattered over many miles of mountain trails when the postinonsoop snows overtook them They were struggling towardthe headwater region of the Holy Ganges River for the annual Marii Mahcsh draws thou sands of The storm whipped acrossthehighest passes feet above sea Shangarajot 65 miles from Chaniba in Himachal Pradesh state Freighter Splits in Atlantic Ocean CHARLESTON S C A Panamanian freighter with 30 men aboard split in two on the fringe of the Atlantic hurricane 135 miles east of Charleston early Saturday IOWAN KILLED FRYBURG N D Wi Mrs Lewis Ruble Laurens la was killed and her husband and other man were injured seriously in a twocar crash a mile west of here on U S Highway 10 Fri day V Jt IKE ACKNOWLEDGES Dwight Eisenhower his armsuT raised in a familiar gesture acknowledges the ovation of the huge throng at Kasson Minn Saturday afternoon His Democratic opponent for the presidency Adlai Steven son spoke at the National Plowing contest later afternoon m Speeches Ike Asks 100 Per Cent of Parity Adlai Would Keep 90 Per Cent Floor KASSON DODGE CENTER Minn gently roll ng farm country of Southern Minnesota Saturday was turned into the greatest politicalarena of the 1952presi dential campaign The greensward of an 18acve natural amphitheater ordinarily a quiet pasture was transformed into a bustling mthill of humans r Estimates said upwards of 100000 persons swarmed on o the open sounding board for major farm talks by the two wouldbe successors to President Truman Gen Dwight D Eisenhower presented the Republican ase at noon with Democrat Adlai Stevenson the Illinois governor following him four hours later from the aame plankplatform J Caravans bearing adherents of both parties clogged the ugh ways at all points of the compass as they converged from many neighboring states as well as Minnesota at the scene of what basically is the national plowing contest Following is an account of the speeches delivered By each candidate J Jet Kills 20 in Britain Sen Gillette Asserts Foreign Policy Failure MANNING Guy M Gillette DIa says the foreign policy of the United Stales been a failure and he warned that We cannot build simultaneously for peace and war 1 The senator speaking utj ceremonies inaugurating ew question he nan i oii Famed Test Pilot John Derry 30 and his observer Richards died in the wreckage drop ping on to the crowd killed 18 an official said Derry was the first Briton to fly faster than sound and survive lie 4 first broke through the sonic barrier four years ago Saturday The first American to do tlie trick at C60 or more miles an Capt Charles Yeager of the U S Air Force He did it Ocl 14 1947 About 30 persons Were injured jy the dropping wreckage from Saturdays trpgedy At least 18 were hospitalized Flw to Bits Berrys twin engine prototype Diane flew to bits just after he cvelleda off after a spectacular iighlmile dive The largest por tion of in which Derry arid Richards were crushed dove nto a hillside at a speed estimated at more than 700 miles an hour After three violent blasts appar ently occurring as the plane broke thgehohourew eoeToenoooduE through the sound barrier the plane burst into bits directly over the crowd tration Since the war he declared our idea has been to build ramparts to contain Communism We haye put arms in hands of any and all yho promise to take a stand against the expanding dogma v t Tn a larger sense this policy of improvizntion has been a fail ure as is evidence in China Never hcless it is a poiicy to which we are committed and which we arc following An armament race must in evitably result in total inobilua ion even though one may tem porarily postpone war Total mo jlizalion in a peacetime democ racy means finally both the end of peace and the end of dcmoc He said the political results of our foreign policy is that We will have to league ourselves with any and pose Atomic Weapons to Be Available in West Europe PARIS S Army Chief of Staff Gen J Lawton Collins said Saturday American tactical atomic weapons now ready for use in the United States will be available for defense of West Europe American troops in the event of another world war would handle such weapons in1 Europe if U S regulations on atomic secrets pre vent giving them to European Al lies he said Collins told a press conference use of suchweapons inany future war would cut the ullimalcrforccs re quired for a Western victory But the availability of such weapons would not reduce the number of divisions coonsidered necessary to meet any initial aggression he said Cool Air Moves to Iowa Saturday DES MOINES mass of rela tively cool Canadian air entered northwest Iowa during the night and was expected to spread slow ly southward over the state during the day Saturday The airmass brought night lows in the low 50s extreme n6rth wcstcrn Iowa and nearby Sioux FallsS D had an early morning reading of 52 to fit an expedient pur Gets Life Term for Fatal Shooting KEOKUK UP Lloyd Wood son31 Quincy III faced life in prison Saturday for he fatal shoot ng ofa policeman three years ago Police nurdcr closed the easeof the of Patrolman Norman Juhl Friday after Woodson pleaded Stilly to second degree murder District Judge Joseph Lcary sen tenced Woodson to Jifc Juhl was shot Oct 14 1949 while investigating a suspected brcakin at a garage He died several days ater Woodson was picked up by Keo kuk police June 25 after he fin ished a term in Illinois for parole violation fl Kdsson for Ikes Speech Hundreds of Cerro Oordo Repub icans took to the highways Sat irday bound iorthward to hear heir candidate Dwight Eisenhow r delivera major farm speech at Kasson Alinn Cerro Gordo Democrats also vent to Kasson but without fan are They took the back roads and loped to beat the Republicans to he National Plowing Contest iilc vhere Eisenhower and Democratic Candidate Adlai Stevenson both vere scheduled to speak We think its safer not to gang ip in a said Democratic chieftains Were thinking of impact said he Republicans The GOP group said that by journeying through Albert Lea and Owalonna in addi ion to a mi m her of smaller towns ilong the route they would show eopJe a lot of Jowans want Ike for President Anyway shortly before and after am the GOP cnravan 100 strong left the north edge of Mason City They equippedwith placards and bump sr posters proclaiming North owa Likes Ike Young Republi cans sold the placards before the caravan started out Because of the number of cars he caravan was split in two sec tions One left about a half hour ahead of the other headed by E R 3oylc Clear Lake county Rcpub ican chairman J B Con roy director of the county farm organizalioa this fall led the sec ond section A highway patrol es took them to the state line Eisenhower KASSON DODGE CENTER Minn D Elsenhower made his bid for the important arm fvote Saturday with a plan Which he said would guarantee present price supports for another wo years and then would lead to higherprices for the farmers He called for a wider rangeof arm crop supports including greater protection lor producers of perishable products such as meat fruits and vege ables x Elsenhower said the farmers re urns must be boosted from the present 90 per cent of parity to a full 100 per cenWbut inways wouldj government con trol and protectfmrmern indepen Stevenson KASSON Minn UP E Stevenson ations farmers Saturday that be would try to maintain farm prices t not less than 90 per centof arltyand would give the farmers reaier controlf overv the gricultural program The Democratic presidential nom inee charged the Republican plat drm only at ilgh parity iormula that id justs a farmerls income to price evels he for itemsheVpur chaseg t t 14 V Nobody he said shouldknow etter thanDwight Dl EiMnbower lie Republican thatHhcra a t AHvl knowof farmera convince me he they1 woiil their The GOP presidential outlined whathe called a sound plan while charging Jiatthe Democratic administration iad triedto make the American rarmcr a political captive 1 firmly believe that agricul ure is entitled to a fair full share of the national income Eisenhow er said and a fair share is not merely 90 per cent of ull parity Parity represents a fair return ror the farmer in what he receives or his crop in relation to the things he must buy1 Elsenhower unveiled his new farm plan in a speech at the na lonal plowing contest i short time before Democratic presidential nomineeAdlai Steven son was due to discuss his farm jrogram Eisenhowers speech was first on he program and it was an open challenge to the Democrats for the arm vote which in 1948 was cred ted by some with giving Presi dentTruman his surprise victory basic farm commodities now under price supports arc wheat corn rice cotton tobacco and pea nuts Eisenhower said supports should be extended to such crops as oats barley rye arid soy beans He said some way must be ound to give greater protection to the producers of perishable pro ducts such as meat milks eggs ruits and are lot now under price supports Then he called for expanded Larm research strengthening of arm cooperatives up to date arm roads and developing rural electrification and telephone scrv cc The general carried his attack Continued on Pago 2 Steyenson sightswere mile offla June of tWsjyear when more of4fRt aJav that extended price at90percentYofJparityltlirouW 1954 If f the Republican l candidate says one thihg and the Republican platform say something else and he Republican members of Con gress say still how then anyone tell what a ministration would actually Washington said he stands firmly without squirming1 on the pledge f the Democratic platform to sup xrt prices at 90 per cent of par ty or more M Production He also promised farmers would help them work out ways to increase production ect them from losses on staplif perishable elec ric and ge farm cooperatives and work or land and water conservation I Let us for big men not ig government he said inviting he farmers to greater ion in setting farm policies J JIT We must continue to ze the management of pur agri cultural and conservation pro rams and if anything increase armer participation Stevenson said perishable prod ucts such as hogs dairy products ruits and vegetables should be ac iorded the same loan storage and arity protection now accorded asic crops such as com cotton and wheat 1 I do not underestimate the dif iculty of finding a satisfactory method of doing this he said And I only hope that with con inued careful study close con lullalion with farmers and Continued on Page I START OF TREK TO of the 100car Re publican caravan from North Iowa which went to Kasson Minn Saturday to hear Dwight Eisenhowers speech is GlobcCtMttc pftoto by MoMcr showngetting lined up Many Democrats made the trip K to hear their candidate Adlai Stevensbn but travelkd individually V V   

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