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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 9, 1952, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited lot MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LVIII Auocltlnl Pitts and United Preti KuU Ltam Five Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 9 19S2 Iapcr Cuntlxts ot Two No 2S7 150 Red Planes Try in Vain to Stop UN Smash SEOUL Korea Nations jet planes des troyed or damaged 19 Communist MIC15 fighters Tuesday when 150 of the Russianbuilt jets tried in vain to stop an Allied air assault on a North Korean military academy Allied F8G Sabrejets knocked down seven MiGs and damaged 11 more while an F84 Thunder jet fighterbomber accounted for the 12th dam age claim The SabreMIG duels came while Thunderjets from lwo fighter bombar wings roared over the mil itary academy at Sakchu deep in Northwestitorea only 39 miles from the Chinese Communist base at Aiitimg Manchuria The Allied planes caught the Reds feverishly repairing damage Inflicted in a previous attack July F81 pilots flew more than 80 gorties over the target scoring 97 direct hits Billowing clouds of black smoke the school and prevented a full estimate of dam age Tuesdays claim gave Allied pi lots their best day of MIGhuhting in September and brought the ene my jet toll for the month to 29 destroyed one probably destroyed and Hurl Bombs Rockets Other UN warplanes hurled bombs rockets and flaming jellied gasoline on Chinese Communists holding Capitol Hill in an attempt to soften them up for a counter attack by South soldiers Shooting Stars Mustangs and F84 Thunderjets took part Although the Reds were tempo rarily in possession of the bloody height a South Korean officer es timated it cost them 954 killed and wounded The Chinese also held Finger Hill near Capitol Hill after South Korean troops surged to within 20 yards of the crest then were thrown back Chinese Communists oh the Western Front made a halfheart ed attempt to probe U S Marine positions on Bunker Hill east o Panmunjom but the Leathernecks easilyrepulsed theattack Officer Kills Man After He Wounded Policeman DES MOINES Des Moinej police patrolman remained in a hospital here Tuesday with wounds suffered in a gun battle in which a Des Moines man was fatally wounded M E Skimmer Burton 56 died at Broadlawns Hospital Monda afternoon shortly after he hac been felled by a shotgun blast b Inspector George Cessna of the police uniform division A few minutes earlier Burtoi had wounded his wife loan 33 and Patrolman William Pierce 36 neither seriously Police said Burton shot his wif in the back with a shotgun in fron of their oneroom home in south east Dest Moines Ihen ran in th house Pierce was wounded when he approached the dwelling lo in vestigate the first shooting Afteran exchange of shots Bur ton ran from the back door am was hit in Ihe head and arm b Cessnas gunfire Burton a former city garbag colleclor and convicted bootlegger had a long police record Noted Rabbi Dies in Des Moines DES MOINES On EUgen Mannheimer 71 rabbi emeritus o Temple Bnai Jcshurun here an widely known Iowa Jewish re ligious leader died of a heart a tack at his home Monday night H was a native of Rochester NY Rabbi Mannheimer came lo De Moines in 1905 after serving Ih Mount Sinai congregation in Siou City for three years Under hi leadership the Temple Bnai Jesh urun became one ot the leadin Jewish congregations in the Mk west Rabbi Mannheimer b e c a m widely known for his work i spreading the theme of loleranc fUf menu triffle Zl hours Jasper County Not Wrong Since 7896 Picks Ike WASHINGTON UP Jasper County Iowa which has a spot ess reputation dating back to 896 for picking presidential win ners is for Republican DWight D Eisenhower this year Look magazine reported Tues day it had made an extensive poll finding 482 per cent of Jas er County votes favored Eisen lower 291 per cent were for Democrat Adlai E Stevenson and 227 were undecided Jasper County has gone for the winner in every presidential race ince 1896 but Look counseled Republicans against premature optimism A WlriplioU STEVENSON AND EDITOR Editor Tom Humphrey right of the Oregon Journal ami Gov AdlaiStevenson walk together in Portland where Stevenson delivered a major speech Humphrey is the editor who recently asked Stevenson what he could do about the mess in Washing ton Controversy resulted when Stevenson repented the phrase in his answer Vows Liquor Crack Down Larson Aims at Key Clubs CEDAR RAPIDS AllyGen obert L Larson says the key lubs springing up in Iowa Ihreat n to become dens of corruption In an address to the Iowa Po cernens Association convention ere Monday night he told the as evhbled officers they probably vill be raiding such places Larson followed up his speech vith an interview in which he said hat if the 1952 legislature doesn1 o something about the Iowa liquor aw ourmen are going to starl owing to the line Pressure In the interview Larson said the pressure already is on the liquor itualion He indicated this pres ure would increase in the months head But he added Its not as well organized as vas our drive against gambling until the legisla nd it wont be vire meets During his speech to the peace fficers Larson referred to kej lubs as a new industry which s springing up in Iowa He then lefined a legal key club as fol ows It is one that has a regulai rtembership a regular member hip committee an initiation ant acilities owned by the club Its private place where Iowa liquor can be consumed by the individua vho owns the liquor New Attention New attention was focused 01 cy clubs in Des Moines over the veokend when a carefully planned rolice raid was staged against the Warriors Athletic Association club ooms The raid came after a lainclothcs officer first enterec he place and bought two drinks Larson told the officers here tha n raiding such places it prob ably will be more important to ge the names of persons drinking than o make an actual purchase The attorney general lis discussion of the liquor qucs ion by saying that an American Bar Association report to be re eased soon indicts police depart throughout the country fo axily and corruption He said thi report points out the Kefauve probe has awakened people tha aw enforcement all over the natio ias broken down WASHINGTON shakeups in the Justice Department high command are expected shortly informec sources disclosed Tuesday Attorney General James P McGranery these sourcch said is still pressing the reshuffle which has resulted ii hedeparture of most of the top aides who served with hi predecessor J Howard Grath Some of the IT S Attorneys who landlefederal cases in the na ions 94 Federal District Courts are under investigatibn reliable sources said Slack Deposed Ellis N Slack acting assistant ittorney general in charge of the departments tax division is slated o bedeposed according to these reports but no decision has been on whether he will be ired asked to resign or shifted to some other post in the department Slack figured in recent testi nony before a House Judiciary subcommittee which heard that he ried on orders of his superiors o stymie the activities of n federal grand iury delving into St Louis Disclose More Shakeups in Justice Department him to take improper action i tax cases Chairman Frank L Chelf D Ky and Rep Kenneth N Y told reporters Caudle ha testified behind closed doors tha persons inside the including members of Congress exerted more than normal pros sure on him lo take actions i tax cases tax cases Closed Doors His former boss T La mar laudlc who was fired last Nov as the governments chief tax raud prosecutor is scheduled to testify in public before the sub rommillcc Sepl 18 Members said hey expect him to name names of government officials and con gressmen who allegedly pressured th bt Quits Short of Goal CARUTHERSV 1 L L E Mo Overcome by exhaustion Antoni Abertondo gave up Tuesday 4 miles short in his bid for a ne nonstop swimming time for 292 miles of Mississippi River Iween St Louis and here The Argenline dislancc swiir mcr who twice swam Ihe Englis Channel was pulled from the wa tcr al Point Pleasanl Mo 90 DROWN BELGRADE Yugoslavia W J sudden slorm overlurncd a pas scngcr boat on the Danube rive Tuesday and about 90 persor drowned Armed Russians Turn Back Patrols in Berlin Both Candidates Heartened Primaries in Eight States McCarthy Bid in Wisconsin Main Interest By THE WIRE SERVICES Gen D wight Eisenhower and ov Adlai Stevenson both ap eiircd heartened by their cam wigns Tuesday as voters in eight tales went to the polls to nearly complete the nomination of can idalcs for the November elections The major primary race is in Visconsin where Sen Joseph Mc Carthy puts his Communislingov nuncnt case on the electoral line or the first time One of the heav est voles in Wisconsin history was mmincnt Nearly 1000000 voters were ex iccted to go to the polls Early eporls from all over the state told f heavy turnout The weather was deal An extra 400000 votes above the normal were expected in this pri nary which hasgenerated bitler jcss and controversy across the nation The issue at slake was in the ncthods used by McCarthy in his announced drive to root Commit For Adlai AMARILLO Tex Gov Allan Shivers told Texas Demo crats Tuesday that political mor ality demands they certify Aidlat Stevenson as the Texas partys candidate for President nists from the Democratic admin istration Some saw this campaign as the highest type of American ism But there were others who looked on the McCarthy tactics a a smear campaign recklessly tainting the characters of innocen people Primaries are alsobeing held ii Minnesota Arizona Colorado Nev Hampshire Utah Vermont anc Washington Eisenhower backers were heart ened Tuesday by word from key backers of Sen Robert A Tafl tha they were going all out lo hel elect the general They declared they contemplat ed no sitdown strike ngaius liis candidacy even though the ardently supported Taft for the Republican presidential nomina lion that the general won Didnt Join As Eisenliowur turned towan Indianapolis for another slop 01 his Midwest campaign swing hi aides made no attempt to concea elation at the warm reception ac Sergeant Charged in Wifes Death LA PLANTA Md Ai Force sergeant was charged Tues day with murder in Ihc dealh of hi wife Rosie Ann Allison 23 whom he said had jumped from their au tomobile Sgl Homer Arlluir Allison 27 took his wife mother of three who was expecting anolher baby to a hospital where she died early Sun day He told police that his wife for merly of Cincinnati la jumped after an argument lhat began in a lavcrn SENATOR POSES WITH with AI Wircpholo right poses ENGAGED llobert A Taft his son Horace and Miss Mary Jane Badger of Now York City in Washington he couple is to be married Tuesday They will live in Chicago where Horace is studying at the University of Chicago graduate school Al Wlrophoto RECORDS FIRST Frederick C Payne GOP Senatorial candidate in Maine looks over and re cords election returns Monday night Payne was sucessful in hia bid GOP Wins in Maine But Margin Smaller PORTLAND Me chalked up Tuesday v ninth consecutive Maine election the cost of i slimmer margin for their Senate winner in the nations test of DemocraticRepublican strength Gov Frederick G Payne won Owen Brcwsters Senate seat with 59 per cent of 230000 votes Democrat Roger P Says Reds Menaced Americans Western Powers Discuss Incidents BERLIN W U S High Com missioner Walter J Donnelly dis closed Tuesday that the Russians have prevented American military police from leaving the US sec tor of Berlin to report for duty at their regular checkpoint on the Allied highway to Western Ger many r Three patrols were halted dur ing the day by Russian soldiers and East German Communist po lice First Vitit The Commissioner on his first trip to Berlin verbally protested to Gen Vasily Chuikov during a meeting in the Red Army head quarters at Karlshorst Tuesday afternoon The commissioner told a news conference that the Eastern block ade of a quartermile strip of High way between the outskirts of American sector and the U S checkpoint had first been attempt ed a week ago The stretch of road s actually in the Russian zone jut no point has ever been of this fact At the time the American Com mandant Maj Gen Lemuel B Mathcwson sent a protest to Soviet authorities in which he called the act a deliberate noyance to interfere with American occupation forces Superior The patrols which went out Tues day morning to relieve Tthe men on duty at the checkpoint were halt ed by superior forces sians and German police Ma thewson said Because the Russians bran dished their weapons in a men an got 35per cent and six corded him in Tafts home state Taft himself had not joined in he chorus He said in Washing on he wanted to learn more of he generals views before dccid ng how much of a role to play in he campaign But sources close to the senator said they had little doubt he would the generals efforts to end he 20year Democratic regime in Washington Sen Taft is a Republican was he way one of them Roger W Tracy Ohio State treasurer and a member of the Taft camp summed it up to newsmen I am certain he Vill give his activp support to Gen Eisen hower Eisenhower told a press confer ence he and Taft intended to meet soon possibly within a week al though the time and place had not been set Meanwhile Gov Stevenson on his way to California for a major speech said confidently that his campaign is going beautifully The Democratic presidential can didate is on a fast wideranging lour of the Western states Heartened Apparently heartened by the size of the crowds and the reception they have been giving him all along Ihc line Stevenson for the first lime commented on the prog ress of his drive He told a Demo cratic picnic audience in Portland Ore 1 think 1 can say with confi dence the campaign is going beau tifully I have seen the signs all the way from New York to the Pacific coast Earlier he said I figure we arc gaining steadily His trip has taken him into Min nesota Colorado Wyoming Mon tana Idaho Oregon and Washing ton In a gruelling round ol speeches and appearances the governor laid down the mair ground work of his campaign ridi culed and rebutted a long list of Republican campaign claims ant discussed regional issues in the various states But California with 32 electoral votes represents the biggest anc most glittering prize of his tour wont to Earl S Grant Demo cratIndependent 714 Per Cent In a presidential year Margaret Chase Smith rolled up a record 714 per cent lo a Democrats 286 The total then was 233000 Mondays biggest in a fourwayrace forgov ernor Republican State Senate Presi dent Burton MCross won with 2 per cent Another 152 per cent tor two Republicans running as Independents Henry W Boykcr and Neil S overall GOP the percentage to 672 acing manner the American mil itary police did not press the issue and instead proceeded to Itha checkpoint by a detour entirely in the American sector The secondary road is narrow and longer y Discuss The issue is how being discussed ijy the Americans British and French along the Russian re fusal to permit Allied police pa trols to course the 100mile stretch of autobahn between Berlin West Germany We certainly intend to do some thing about it Donnelly told cor respondents as against Paynes 05 per cent in J948 COP Congressmen Democrat James C a onetime Republican congressman got 328 per cent His 1948 pre decessor had 35 Three Republican congressmen won rcolcclion easily GOP leaders had called for as big or bigger a majority than Mrs Smiths record 95000 Any thing much less Vice President Nominee Richard Nixon said here Last week would dishearten him self andOen Eisenhower Payne although jubilant over his victory said our job has only begun 20th Polio Case in Cerro Gordo Cerro Gordo Countys 20th case of infantile paralysis was admitted to Raymond Blank Memorial Hos pital in DCS Moines Monday Tha patient is Nancy Jean Berne 6 daughter of Mr and Mrs E E Bcrrie 222 14th N Her condi tion was reported Tuesday as fair The 20 cases include several which already are reported as recovered according to A J Thomson sec retary the Cerro Gordo Chapter of the National Foundation for In fantile Paralysis About The Weather Mason CiJy Continued fair and warm Tuesday night Partly cloudy and warm Wednesday Mostly fair and warm Tues day Tuesday night and Wednes day Minnesota Mostly fair south part ly cloudy with sciillered show ers north Tuesday nighl and Wednesday GlobeGazette weather dali up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum Minimum Al 8 am YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 89 59 70 74 61 Womon Dies of Crash Injuries FAIRFIELD A young Ba tavia woman Mrs Floyd Leazer died at JeffersonCounty Memorial Hospital here Tuesday of injuries suffered in a headon auto crash which earlier took the lives of her oneyearold daughter and her mother The crash occurred Monday aft ernoon on a gravel road three miles north of Balavia and 12 miles west of Fairfieid Mrs Urcxcl Major 41 of near Balavia was killed outright in the crash Her granddaughter An drea Kay Leazer died of injuries Monday night at the hospilal here FIREWORKS EXPLODE MEXICO CITY per sons were killed and 50 injured Monday nightinIhc explosion ofa store of fireworks gathered for Mexicos Independence Day bralion
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