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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 10, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NIWSPAPfft THAT MAKCS ALL N O ft T H IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LVI1I Associated and United Presi Full a Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1952 This Taper Conniuli of Two Una No 2M McCarthy Wins Landslide Victory in Wisconsin n H w Adlai Stands Solidly Behind Truman Foreign Policy Gives Plan i of Action to Use in Asia SAN FRANCISCO Adlai Steverison stood solidly Wednesday on the foreign policy of the Tru man administration and with a warning of peril outlined a pro gram for action in Asia America is threatened as npver before he said The way to avert it he told a nationwide television and radio audience from San Francisco is to give material aid to the new nations of Asia to recognize their desire for independence and to show them that the United Slates is not pursuing a policy of domin ation Unusual Seriousness Speaking with unusual serious ness the Democratic candidate for the presidency made these points Tuesday night 1 I do not think war is an in evitable part of this contest be tween freedom and tyranny 2 With 85 per cent of our bud get allocated to defense it is the Soviet Union which now fixes the level of our defense expenditures and thus our tax rates 3 Republican Dwight D Eisenhowers 10point program does not contribute much to our foreign policy discussion 4 I believe we may in time look back at Korea as a major turning point in point which led not to another war but to the first historic demonstra tion that an effective system o collective security is possible 5 I want to assure our friends in Asia that America will never seek vo dominate their political anc economic development Peak Point This was Stevensons most im portant effort on foreign policy I was a peak point as well in the whole campaign he is waging through the West Nearly 1900 on midPacific two floors of Veterans Memoria Auditorium heard the address The basement audience watchei him via a projection on a screen His speech was the vehicle fo three major issues in the fight fo the presidency It was a defens of the administrations foreign pol icy It contained a stinging allac on the Republicans And it pre sented the governors analysis o the Asian situation plus his idea for meeting the danger he sai confronts this country Truman Sets Whistle Stop WASHINGTON W President Truman Wednesday set Sept 27 as the departure date for a whistle stop tour rivaling in intensity any single trip of his own successful campaign of 1948 Seeking voles for Adlai Steven son now Truman will make a ma jor public power speech in north western Montana Oct 1 dedicating the Hungry Horse dam Enroule west aides said lie will lay down a barrage of rear plat formattacks on the GOP at cverj stop his special train makes dur ing daylight hours From Montana tenlativc plans now call for a swing into Wash ington Oregon and California Am the Presidents talks will continue on the way back east The tour is expected to run from 10 to 12 days The White House withheld any announcement of the Presidents itinerary until the entire schedule has been completed AP Wlrephoto Holm right was granted a separation Wednesday from her showman husband Billy Rose left after Rose halted his divorce actfon A New York judge granted the decree to end what was expected to be a sensational court case Ike Promises to Lead U S to Peace Sanity Solvency Apologizes for Using Damn7 WASHINGTON D Eisenhower Wednesday pledged lo lead the United States toward peace toward sanity toward sol vency if he is elected President The Republican nominee told a crowd of more than 800 GOP workers that the desire for a change in administration exceeds even the yearning for world peace The general said this is because people feel that a new administra tion will offer a better promise for peace lower prices lower taxes and restoration of pride in our government Eisenhower began his pep talk by apologizing for what he said was possible use of the word damn in his radio speech Tues day night He said he had no recollection of usmg the word but T apologize if I did unintentionally The audience in the Butler Field house including the press row didnt hear the cuss word but many in the radio audience did It happened as a burst of ap plause from Ihe audience inter rupted the speech Eisenhower was speaking with the aid of Tcleprompter The aside as the newsmen heard it on the tape play back Go ahead Go nhead Go ahead Yah damn it 1 want him to move UP In that speech at Indianapolis Eisenhower called for Republican teamwork to turn out an admini stration of fear mongers quack doctors and barefaced looters He embraced all Republican can didates including Sen Joseph R McCarthy and Sen William E Ion of whom have attacked Eisenhowers old friend Gen George C Marshall AP Wlrepholo SEN JENNER INTRODUCES William E Jen who is campaigning for reelection on the In dianaGOP ticket raises his arms along with Dwight D Eisenhower as he GOP candidate at an address in Indianapolis Tuesday night Believe Test of Hydrogen Hell Bomb Scheduled No Truce With Joe Major Foe Schmitt Asserts Its Appalling MILWAUKEE UP Jubilant Sen Joseph H McCarthy was the land slide winner Wednesday ofWis consins GOP senatorial nom ination He called his victory an endorsement by the people of my campaign to rid the government of subversive forces that would destroy it He promised his allout sup port to Republican Presidential Nominee Dwight D Eisenhower and pledged to the voters be would continue his Communists in gov ernment charges which some peo ple regard as the act of a patriot and others see as smear No But there was no truce bctwcjea McCarthy and Len Schmitt man he defeated in Tuesdays pri mary election forthe senatorial nomination Schmitt charged McCarthy had won through an amazing and fraudulent hoax perpetrated on the voters And he added The result of this election is an appaling thing When the full ruth dawns many people will re OFFICIAL NOW DBS MOINES William S Beardsley has issued a procla mation formally designating Tues day Nov 4 as general election Iowa Hurricanes Tidal Wave May Result By ELTON C FAY WASHINGTON test of the worlds first hydrogen hell bomb may be made during the next two months at the United States re mote and carefully guarded nu clear weapons proving ground in A joint Atomic Energy Commis sion Defense Department an nouncment says a task force will conduct tests in the autumn months of this year looking toward development of atomic weapons Tight Secrecy There were indications of un usually light secrecy around the forthcoming experiments at Eni wetok in the Marshall Island group The announcement specified tha only official observers of the United States government ant members of the task force wouk e present It has been assumed lhatmil ons of degrees of heat will be ceded to trigger the fusion of the ydrogen bomb into an explosion he only apparently readily avail ble manmade source for sucl cat is in the core of an cxplodini tomic bomb Wont Remain It is doubtful observers of a hy irogcn bomb explosion would re main on other islands of the En velok Atoll even Ihough some o hem are more than 20 miles fron he shot islands where conven ion atomic explosions have bee ct off Some scientists think thai th errific explosion and the crealio of intense heat might produce high y dangerous air turbulence afte he brief but deadl vinds of superhurricane force Moreover the immense force o hydrogen explosion only 200 o 300 feet above the level of one o the small coral islands might bias away the island and create sul marine landslides which could se off tidal wave local in range bu still a menace to other islands i the lagoon CAME DATE 1951 406 Benin raffle 21 hours Lewis Tries to Split Cool Industry With New Plan WASHINGTON L Lewis seems lo be trying o divide the coal industry with a sharethework plan ailing for heavy penalty wages after a third days woik n any one week The idea casually mentioned by the United Mine Work rs president in preliminary contract talks with coal opera ors has the owners Lewis miners are working bout days a week on the vcrage Some mostly in the work a full five days and vcn a sixth clay at overtime But lany miners mostly in the South ork only two or three days a eek Lewis has been harping on the dea of a work apportionment plan or some time The labor contracts between and the coal operators be in expiring Sept 20 and Lewis eportedly has come up with a ew sharclhework idea Northern owners particularly lie steel companies owning the captive mines dont like it The leavy penalty pay might force the teel firms to quit mining coal on ourth and fifth work week days and go out and buy coal on the commercial market That probably would mean more jusiness for the Southern mines All About The Weather Maton City Partly cloudy and continued warm Wednesday aft ernoon Wednesday night anc Thursday Iowa Partly cloudy and continue warm Wednesday afternoon an Wednesday night Partly cloudy and warm Thursday with possib ly scattered light showers Minnesota Partly cloudy Wcdnei day night Thursday partlj cloudy with scattered shower north and west GlobeGazette weather data u to 8 am Wednesday Maximum 89 Minimum 63 At 8 am 68 Red China Claims Korean Truce Negotiations Hanging by a Thread MUNSAN Korea China said Wednesday the Korea armistice talks are hanging by a thread The Chinese government radio at Peiping said the Allies are tryin to wreck the armistice by using sleppedup warfare as extortion in the truce conference at Panmunjom No amount of bombs can shake the Korean peoples detcrminalio to fight to the last said Peiping The Korean armistice talks are hanging by a thread entirely as1 the result of the American way of negotiating It said the UNs negotiations amount to extortion and horse trading The truce talks are in their sixth consecutive weekly recess The next meeting at Panmunjom will be at 11 am Friday Suit Filed Against Bus Company A damage suit against ie Mason City MotorCoach Corn any was filed in Ccrro Gordo Dis rist Court Wednesday by Mabel ary Veir 1112 First SE She laims that she was injured when irown from her scat in a Mason ity bus May 4 The bus was crossing the intcr ection of Vermont and First SE ie petition claims when it was so cgligently operated that it lurched jerked swayed and moved in such a sudden unusual nnecessary and violent manner hat Mrs Veir was thrown from icr seat She claims lo have been injurec permanently and severely both externally and internally Specif cally her back spine muscles igamenls and nerves were injuret md she suffered a compression racture of the ninth dorsal vcrte the petition states Mrs Veir previously was a bind cr for the Kliplo Loose Leaf Com pany with wages of about a veek but now is unable she claims work Wholesale Food Prices Tumble NEW YORK fooc prices this week posted their sharp est overall drop in nearly Iw years according to the Dun i Bradstrect food index The index dropped from last week the years high to S66C this week and was 28 per cent be low the ycarago weeks This represented the large weektoweek decline since carl October of 1950 when wholesal food prices turned downward brie ly after weeks of spiralling highc following the outbreak of the Ko rean War At that time the inde fell 11 cents to SLEEPING SICKNESS PUSAN Korea a type of sleeping sickness hf taken the lives of 78 South Korean in the first nine days of Septembe the Health Ministry said Wednc day A f AT Wlrcplinlo SET Lenox 35 sentenced along with Mrs Pearl Shine 44 in the famed Hill billy murder at Elkader in 1936 s to be released from the state prison Thursday Civil Liberties Hearing Tuesday Justice of Peace C R Scrvisoi Vednesday sci 10 a m next Tues ay as the lime for the hearing o harges that Carroll Anderson lanagcr of the Surf Ballroom it Hear Lake denied civil libcrtie two Negroes The charges against Anderson amc to light recently when Isa ore Patterson Jr Waterloo am Charles Bennett Mason City lok f how they were refused admit ance lothe ballroom Under Iowa Jaw the denying o ibcrtics is a misdemeanor Con would bring a fine up 100 and costs or 30 days in jail Nora Springs Man Hits Deer Auto Thrown Into Ditch CHARLES CITY Ml A 10 pound female deer was killc Wednesday when it dashed ront of a car at a bridge on Higl way 18 near Bassctl The ca driven by John Rodamaker Nora Springs was thrown into a ditch but Rodamaker was not in iured Slayer of Des Moines Man Kills Self Found in River DES MOINES body of a man named by polic is the slayer of Eico Cnmpani 43 Des Moines restaunm man was found in shallow water of the Dea Moines rive Wednesday not far from the scene of the slaying Detective Chief RobertE OBrien said BerylA Willis 12 was dead of a bullet wound in the chest which was self nflictccl with the same vhich is believed to have illed Campani Former Employe OBrien described Willis as a isgrunlled former employe ol Jampani and said he was the man icy had been seeking for the laying We feel sure he was the slay r and that we have found the laying weapon OBrien said He added that a ballistics test ould be made on the gun to veriL y their conclusion The gun was on a dock beside the water vhcre the body was found Campanis assailant apparently in wait Shortly afler the afe operator drove up and parked n front of his home neighbors card an argument and then shots Police found Campani lying dead icside his car He had been shol our times with a 38 caliber pistol All the shots apparently were firet at close range Men Argue Joe Carbcrry a neighbor said ie saw the two men arguing A little while later I heard four or five shots Carberry said Then I called police Carbcrry said the killer fled analley Campanis wife said her bus and left the Lighthouse Gril which he operates on the cast side at about p in His death oc curred about an hour later Praise for Joe KRIB Owners Appeal Award of The owners of radio station iCHIB have filed notice of appeal n the Iowa Supreme Court from he two jury verdicts which awarded damages of to Al nn Curnutl former manager of he station Louis Wolf appeals from a verdict for mental pain anguish md humiliation which Curnutt said ie suffered after Wolf telephoned iim in Billings Mont and threat ened lo cause him to lose his job with station KOOK there it Curnutt did not dismiss a suit previously filed against the owners of KRIB The original suit by Curnutt was jv plus 20 per cent of IIUHs profits after taxes for in19 He claimed his oneyear con tract as general manager of the station was broken without cause The jury awarded Curnutt for loss of salary from his dis charge in the summer to the end of the year plus for expenses in procuring other employment Nothing was allowed for profits Louis Wolf testified in thecase that KRIIJ never made a profit from Ihe time it went on the air in March 1948 Texas Demos Put Stevenson on Ballot But Whoop for Ike Oklahoma Prison Inmates in Riot EL RENO Okla 155 prisoners at the federal reforma tory here rioted Tuesday but quickly surrendered when guards fired tear gas into their midst Warden W H Ilardwick said the prisoners overpowered two guards but they were rescued unharmed There was no damage reported AMAR1LLO Tex The organized Democratic Party of Texas has marched lock slock and barrel into the camp Dwight Dv Eisen hower and the Republicans They also made certain thai other Texas thus far un vole for Adlai Stevenson on the general election jallot in the usual Democratic column The conventions action left to such Democratic stalwarts as Speaker Sam Kayburn and US Sen Lyndon B now outside ihc state party the job of carrying the national party banner in Texas The Democrats who hollered themselves hoarse in convention cat calling and hooting Stevenson President Truman and administration policies fulfilled the pledge made by their leader to win seats in the national convention at Chicago Gov Allan Shivers had promised to do all in his power to put Stevensons name on the ballot as a Democrat and he did Then with the governors blessing the convention gave every Democrat in Texas the green light to join the Eisenhower forces that have high hopes of carrying Texas this year Its resolution adopted by a whopping voice vole went further and asked the governor and other party officials to campaign for Eisenhower WASHINGTON Boor ke B Hlckenlooper RU saidin statement Wednesday that re nomination of Sen Joseph Mc Carthy in the Wisconsin primary is a magnificent tribute to outstanding work against Com munism and subversive ele ments in government call heir support of Joseph R Mc Carthy in thii election with shame The 42yearold senator seeking his second brushed this at tack aside by saying The people of Wisconsin spoken for me They have given Cull endorsement to my campaign lo rid the government of subver sive forces that would destroy it With 3108 precincts out of 3224 reported the count was McCarthy 523143 Schmitt 202145 McCarthys spectacular victory probably will pit him in the Novem ber election against Thomas Fair child of Verona who led in the Democratic senatorial nomination race over Henry Reuss of Milwau kee iw Other Primaries Seven other states also held pri mary elections Tuesday They were New Hampshire Vermont Minnesota Washington Arizona and Utah Virtually all incumbents were reelected Results in other states Colorado John W Metzger friend of President Truman won Democratic gubernatorial nomination will face incumbent GOP Gov Dan Thornton unopposed in November Rep William Hill R won rcnomination other US congressional candidates unoppos ed Arizona Incumbent Rep John R Murdock D renominated other incumbent congressmen un opposed Joe Halidman D named 0 face incumbent GOP Gov How ard Pyle unopposed in November New Hampshire Hugh Greggj 34 war veteranlawyer seeking first state wide office in surprise victory for GOP gubernatorial nomination which usually election in Republican New Hamp shire Two incumbent GOP con gressmen renominated Vermont GOP GQV Lee E Emerson won renomination and virtual election incumbent Sen Ralph E Flanders won landslide victory Rep Winston L Prouty R renominaled Edward J R renominaled as was GOP Gov C Elmer Anderson Demo cratic FarmerLabor candidate Orvilc Freeman won his partyi gubernatorial nomination Washington US Rep Hugh B Mitchell won Democratic gub erhatorial nomination Sen Harry P Cain R easy victory for re nomination TRANSFER ASSETS CEDAR RAPIDS W Stock holders of the Company have approved a trans fer of the firms assets to the Allis Chalmers Manufacturing Com pany V   

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