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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 11, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowos Doily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSPAPIK THAT MAKfS ALL NORTH IOWANS HOME EDITION VOL SVIII 1itss and United Press Full Lease Wires Five Centu Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 11 152 This Taper Coniistn of Two No OREGON LEADER QUITS Anderson vice chairman of the YoungRepublican Clubs quit his party office and said he would support Gov Acllai Stevenson for President He said his action was in protest of Gen Eisenhowers sup port of Sells McCarthy and Jenner Indict ExNo 2 Tax Official for Not Paying Own Taxes Bolich Faces Maximum 25 Year Sentence WASHINGTON W Daniel A Bolich formerly the governments No 2 tax collector was indicted Thursday on charges of evading his own income taxes The Justice Department announced the indict ment by a grand jury in Brook lyn AltyGen McGranery said the grand jury had returned a five count indictment against Bolich covering the years 194650 inclu sive Bolich was the second ranking official of the Internal Revenue Bureau before he retired Con gressional investigators have also been looking into his activities The jury will continue its in vestigationMcGranery said Maximum 25 Bolich if convicted on all five counts could face a maximum penalty of 25 years in prison and a fine of or both However convictions seldom result in the maximum punishment Bolich stepped out as assistant revenue commissioner in the midst of a House subcommittees inves tigation of tax scandals Bolich figured importantly in the investigation The testimony brought out other things that Bolich once lived for 18 months in a hotel room paid for by Henry Grucn wald Washington mystery man Grucnwald who refused to answer questions of House investigators twice appeared before the grand jury in Brooklyn which returned the indictment Wont Bolich 52 was brought before the committee himself but refused to answer questions beyond stat ing that he lived in Brooklyn He took the position that to answer might tend to incriminate him and his case was before the grand jury at the time Among the questions he wouldnt answer were how he could buy shirts and spend twice as much as his government salary Revenue Commissioner John B Dunlap announced Bolichs resig nation without comment last Nov 19 He had been inthe tax collec tion service since 3922 and had served as chief of the Revenue Bu reaus Intelligence Unit in New York City before becoming assis tant commissioner in Washington Earlier Thursday the Bureau of Internal Revenue announced it had dismissed 174 employes in the 12 months ended June 30 Secretary of the Treasury Snyder that some people were loo little or too weak to resist the temptation to take bribes or gifts South Should Riseon Trolleys ATLANTA aroused group of Southern gentlemen believes the South should rise trolleys that is when the ladies are standing The Order of Southern Gentlemen Inc has been granted a charter in Fulton Superior Court here to promote of the characteristics of southern chivalry There just isnt enough chivalry left in the South observes one member You get on a trolley arid all the men are sitting while the ladies arc standing Soviet General Gives Order to Lift Berlin Roqd Blockade BERLIN Vasily M Chuikov chief of the Soviet Con trol Commission notified Ameri can authorities Thursday officially that the threeday blockade of US military police patrols be tween the city and a frontier out post has been lifted by his order The American headquarters for Berlin disclosed receipt of the note from Chuikov which said the Allied military patrois would henceforth be free to cross a disputed strip of Russian zone territory in order to drive from West Berlin to their border checkpoint duty assign ments Soviet lommygunners had halted both American and British MPs starling last Monday night in what looked like a test of the Allied rights of access to the main high way linking Berlin with West Ger many 100 miles away Only MP jeeps were stopped however anc other Allied vehicles as well a West German trucks and cars had been allowed to use the area in question Russians Release American Driver BERLIN American Pub lie Health Service driver wasRe leased to US authorities in Ber lin Thursday after having beer held for more than two days in the Russian zone CHAMPION BEEF SPENCER Ahren itorff of Lake Park and his sister Phyllis showed the grand and rc champion 4H baby beef re spectively at the Clay Wednesday SITDOWN FOR Marlie on a stump in the front yard of her fiances home in Fort Wayne Incl after she started a sitdown strike because her boyfriend did not show up for their wedding The determined lass said she wouldnt give up until she had an explanation from the young man However she did leave when police arrived and escorted her off the proper ty 0 Report Ike to Confer With Taft in New York Friday GOP Victory Would Produce Isolationist Congress Truman Says WASHINGTON Truman said Thursday Gen Dwight D Eisenhower proposes an isolationist Con fess and that wont bring peace In a news conference Truman ripped into the Repub ican presidential nominees call for election of a Republican Congress while sayingthat peace is the big issue of the imes If we elect a Republican longress it will be isolationist Lrumun declared Emphasis By the way of emphasis he gave crmission for direct quotes around he words isolationist Congress Press conference rules ordinar ly forbid direct quotation of the Meanwhile Candidate Adlai Ste enson was in Los Angeles where he is expected lo assault the Re publicans in one of their favorite lampaign question of lorruplion in government He says there are more import ant issues lo be fought out in clect ng the next President However he came into Los An jcles wilh a speech that will go nto the issue Surely there must be something nore important for us to talk about n this year of grace 1952 when he whole world is precariously alanced between war and peace ic said Truman opened his meeting with reporters by reading a preparet statement in which he attackec what he called the one party press for its predominate support of the Republican ticket In taking this lack Truman was echoing statements made recently by Gov Stevenson In a similar distinction Truman said ty did not give a hoot wha he newspapers said editorially i hey gave the Democrats a break n the news columns Truman was asked for comment on the victory by Sen Joseph R McCarthy in the Wisconsin Repub ican primary He said he did not care to make After Drought Texas Soaked by Cloudbursts At Least 3 Persons Killed in Floods SAN SABA Tex Hirsts totalling up lo 229 inches of rain in 24 hours isolated or oured flood waters into six cen tal Texas towns Thursday killing at least three and perhaps five per Trumans Assertions that a Re publican Crfngress would be iso touched off by a for comment on statements Eisenhower made during a brief Wednesday A reporter told the President hat Eisenhower said he knew the emper of the people and that they vcre more interested in a change than This was the re porters language Eisenhower said eace was the big issue of the times but that in speaking of the crowds which have turned out to see him said There is one thing that seems to me to underlie all 01 his extraordinary desire for a change Truman said there was nothing n which the people were more in terested than in peace And he said bluntly they wont necessarily gel it by the change the Republi cans are talking about VISITS DECORAH NEW YORK prime minister Oscar Torp on an un official visit to the United States is scheduled to visit Decorah la some time next week F O McKimmry 65 was drowned near Fredeticksburg when Lhc bank of a stream gave way under him and he plunged into the torrent A wreck caused by auto mobiles skidding on a rainslicked liighway near Beevilie killed Wil liam and a thrce baby AUBlanco Tex a man who was believed to have a woman with him drove his automobile into a flooded creek The automobile was found but neither the man northe woman reported with him were found A record drought had killed grass trees and shrubs in that area The rain falling inlo the hills raised oncedry streams up to or over their banks n a few hours The streams tunneled the water inlo low and level areas Two More Polio Cases Reported Cerro Gordo Countys 21st and 22nd polio cases of 1952 were re ported Thursday Rickie 4 son of Mr and Mrs Kenneth L Lundquist 1303 Wash ington N W was taken to Blank Memorial Hospital DCS Moines Wednesday afternoon He was re ported Thursday to be suffering some paralysis Gae 7 daughter of Mrs Ken ncth Griffin 911 Van Burcn N W was taken to Mercy Hospital Mon day and was reported Thursday to be suffering from a mild case of polio Church Refuses Rights for Women BOSTON 57th Triennial Convention of the Protestant Epis copal Church of he USA Thurs day refused women equal rights with men in the churchs top gov erning body The resolution to seal women as lay delegates to the House of Dep uties the churchs legislature would have broken a tradition reaching back lo the organization of the General Convention in 1780 IKE WELCOMED THE BroyhiltlRepu1b lican candidate for Congress in Virginia gives Dwight Eisenhower a broom at the Washington airport Wednes day which Broyhill said WHS symbolic of the tremendous job you have ahead of you Ike said Well call all these brooms into action one of these days Wars Worst South Koreans Grimly Hold Hill Stop Reds SEOUL Korea Heroic South Korean soldier weathering the most punishing artillery barrage of the Ko rean war hurled back two Chinese Commuhist counterat tacks on bloody Capitol Hill Wednesday night and earlj Thursday Thursday mornings attack on the hill was the fourth since the Koreans t Tuesday night Attacks Soldiers of the Capitol Divisions norseless cavalry regiment beat off the attacks by screaming Reds Icspitc the fact they were stunned Demo Soys No Assurance Joe Will Win in November MILWAUKEE Democratic leader said Thursday that Sen Joseph McCarthys impressive victory in the Wisconsin primary was no assurance that he will be able to beat his Democratic opponent Carl Thompson Wisconsin Democratic committecman said the Republican senators renomination doesnt mean he will be cleclcd to Congress next November But political observers were awed by McCarthys overwhelming victory over liberal Republican Leonard Schmilt of Merrill Wis and McCarthy him self predicted the voters would endorse him again in the general election It seemed certain his Democratic opponent in the senatorial election would be a former State At torney General Thomas E FairchilcJ built up a lead over Milwaukee attorney Henry Reuss as the returns poured in and Reuss conceded However later returns from Milwaukee County showed Reuss was gaining and the result seemed to be in doubt for a time With only a few Milwaukee precincts uncounted Fairchild held what appeared to be a safe margin of 93634 votes to 88168 for Reuss With 3168 of 3223 precincts reporting McCarthy had 491644 votes to 203049 for Schmitt Four other GOP candidates had only 28 256 votes and shaker from a record 48000 round barrage of artillery and mortar shells laid down in Wed nesday nights attack One Red assault hit the hill re captured by the Koreans only 24 liours earlier about p in jut the defenders leaped from heir foxholes and chased the Chi ncse down the slopes United Press War Correspondent Frederick C Painton reported from the scene that the South Ko reans were almost foolhardy in pursuing the Chinese He said they could have more casilystay cd in their foxholes and cut down the attackers Gain The second attack came at a in The Chinese gained the crest of the hill and both sides fought with grenades bayonets fists and riflebutts until the Reds fell back and finally quit at a m The two attacks cost the Reds 700 men killedor wounded The fighting took place over a grisly raindrenched battlefield littered with the dead from seven days of unceasing battle FAIRCHILO About The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy and con tinued warm Low Thursday night 65 to 68 Partly cloudy and continued warm Thursday night and Fri day Considerable cloudi ness scatteredshowers west and north Thursday night and over state Friday GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Thursday Maximum 87 Minimum 59 At 8 am 70 YEAR AGO Maximum 73 Minimum 52 GG Offers Crossleys Opinion Poll Readers of the GlobeGazetl will have at their disposal during the next several weeks the serv ices of one of the worlds foremos public opinion polls A contract has been entered int with Archibald M Crosslcy fo what is known as The Crosslc Poll and the first of a series o eight reports on hovy the America people currently expect to vote i the election will appear i the next issue of the GlobeGazette From that time on there will b a onceaweek followthrough base on a representative nationwid sampling of public opinion as th competitive strategy of the tw campaigns unfofds The reports wil be based on nationwide interview and on keyarea polling The most outstanding feature o the Crossley Poll is its cxclusiv method of measuring the intensit of feeling for or against the parlie and candidates Comprehensiv studies have shown that by de Icrmining a potential voters de gree of interest in a candidate is possible to discover the likel hood of his actually taking th trouble to cast a ballot on Elcc tion Day To make this possible the poll uses a long interview an probing questions to filter out th nonvoters In trial runs in sevcra stale primaries early this year th method successfully predicted th actual turnout and the winnin candidates within two pcrcentag points Would Be 1st Since Convention Will Determine Senators Role BULLETIN CINCINNATI Retort A Taft will for Republican party tickat in a at Springfield O 17 announced Thursday afttrnoon By THE WIRE SERVICES CINCINNATI The first post onvention meeting between iwlght D Eisenhower and Sen obert A Taft will be held in New York Friday the Cincinnati ost reported Thursday Taft made the announcement as e boarded an American Airlines ilane for New York He told a Post cporter Im going lo New York to meet en Eisenhower and Ill see him omotlme Friday Taft said he had heard during morning that his secretary Jack Martin had arranged a meeting To PlotRoU Taft gave no hintas to what may be discussed when he meets the 5OP standard bearer who defeated lim at the Chicago convention But t war understood he would discuss the role he will playin aiding the Eisenhower campaign Taft said earlior he would no commenton Elsenhowers paign untilafter he had met him He said that political speeches he intended to stay at his Indian Hill home until Congress re convenes While the senator was close ipped about his meeting with Eisenhower he was not reluctant 0 comment on Sen Joseph Me Jarthys victory in the Wisconsin Primary He said he was de ighted by the result and had sent a congratulatory telegram to thei Wisconsin senator Atthe same time McCarthys andsllde nomination posed a ques ion for Eisenhowers presidential campaign strategists It was How far to go in sup porting McCarthys reelection bid Luktwarm The GOP presidential las been lukewarm toward Earthy whose foes have him of smearing innocent per sons in his efforts to uncover Com nunisls in the government Mc Carthys supporters say his Com munistsingovernment charges are acts of patriotism No comment was all Eisen hower would say when reporters asked him at Idlewild Airport Wednesday whether he would back he controversial senator Eisenhower was returning front a 6300mile Midwest swing that said convinced him the voters want a change from the Demo cratic administration in Washing ton Eisenhower declared in Indian apolis he would ask the voters to support the Republican ticket from op to bottom in the interest of parly responsibility in every L visit Midwest Tour The general will leave Sunday on another Midwest campaign tour The itinerary does not include Wis onsin Eisenhower said at Denver on Aug 22 that if McCarthy was rer nominated he would support him For reelection as a member of he Republican organization But Eisenhower told newsmen he would not give blanket endorse ment lo any one who does any thing I believe lo be unAmeri can in methods or procedures In Indianapolis on his latest lour Eisenhower gave his support 0 another senator to whom he had jcen cool That was Sen William Jenner of Indiana Like McCarthy Jenner has bit crly attacked Gen George C Marshall Eisenhowers wartime chief and mentor SAME BUck veins trfflo Zi hrnct IB YEARS LeMARS W Willard Anstine II LcMars Wednesday was sen cnced to 18 years at the state peni cntiary after he pleaded guilty to charges of automobile theft an4 arole violation   

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