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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 16, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited ior MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBOR S HOME EDITION VOL LVIII Associated Press and United Press Full Least Wires Flvo Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER U 1952 This 1aveu Consists of Two One keA No 293 G Hog Farmers Terrific Li CROWD GATHERS FOR crowd estimated at 3000 swarmed over the railroad station at Albert Lea Tuesday morning to hear a rear platform speech by UlobcCnzHte photo liy Clbls Dwight Eisenhower The GOP nominee made a one day tour through Minnesota before flying back to New York Entire Jet Flight Hits Mountain Worst Mass Crash in Korean War SEOUL Korea enlir flight of six American Marine Pantherjet fighter planes streak Ing through heavy clouds rammed into a Korean mountair last week and killed all six pilots it was disclosed Tuesday Spokesmen for the FarEast Aii Forces and fthe Navy in Tokyo said their knowledge itwas the worsfmass chash of the Korean war FogShrouded The 1st Marine Air Wing here said the planes crashed at G pm Wednesday against the fog shrouded 3000foot mountain 25 miles east ol Taegii in South Korea They were part of a group re turning from a combat mission ii North Korea Because of poor weather they were diverted from their home base and ordered to land at another field Other flights in the group landed safely But the six lost their way ant slammed at high speed into the mountain some 500 feet below the crest They apparently had started a premature descent Good Supply Marino officers said Uie planes had a good supply of fuel and that it was not an emergency landing almost pulverized wreckage was jammed into a relatively small area indicating the planes were in tight formation Speed of the F9 Fs was not known but may have been upward of 400 miles anhour All of the pilots were mfembcrs of the Able Eagles squadron Included among the dead is Sec ond Lt Richard Lcc Rolli 21 son of Mrand Mrs Frank L Roth Lockridge Ja which is 12 miles west of Mt Pleasant Kefauver to Speak at 2 Iowa Towns WASHINGTON tfi Sen Estes Kefauver telephoned Democratic National Committee headquarters from France Tuesday to say hell be back in he United Stales next week ready to conduct a vigorous campaign for the party ticket The Tennessee senators cam paign swing will start Oct 2 with speeches at Cenlerville and Cedar Rapids in Iowa Clear Lake Boy Has Mild Polio CLEAR Vega 4 son of Mr and Airs Jesse Vega 805 Avenue was taken to Iowa City late Monday afternoon with a mild case of polio NEW EDITOR DBS MOINES W Hugh Curtis has been named edilor of Better Homes and Gardens magazine Curtis a graduate of Grinnell Col lege replaces J E Ralncr who resigned to take a position with a Minneapolis advertising agency United States Planning Explosion Greater Than Ever Before CHAPEL HILL N C United States is planning an explosion greater than has ever been set off before the acting chairman of the Joint Congressional Atomic Energy Committee dis closed Tuesday Rep Carl T Durham DN C acting chairman since the death of Sen Brien McMahon said the test planned at lonely Eniwetok Atoll in the Pacific this fall will open up thegravest era in the history of the world It has been speculated that moving the site of the fall atomic test from the Nevada desert to Eniwetok means the U S is ready to test the first hydrogen bomb but Durham said he could not confirm this Durham said super secrecy surrounds the tests and he is not af liberty to disclose the nature of the tests Both Russia China Benefit in Agreement on Manchuria WASHINGTON RussoChinese agreement on Manchuria gives both parties benefits based on their recog nition of Japans potential ability to swing the balance oi power between the free and Communist worlds The results of the monthlong conference in the Kremlin announced Monday called for agreement to prolong Russias lease on Port Arthur in Manchuria and 2 Russia to turn over to China full ministration of the Chang chung Railway in Manchuria bj the end of this year Specific American officials said results of the conference were specific on onlyone point That Russian Tnili tary power would remain in Man churia until Russia and Red China conclude a peace treaty wilh Communist terms Officials saw as much signifi canoein what Ihe published texts eft out as in what was an nounced U experts agreed lhal undis closed provisions of the economic md political agreement contain assurances of more armaments for China to use in Korea or to strengthen her military power at home whenever it suits Moscow and Pciping to approve an arinis ice in Korea Railway The announced agreement to jcgin measures for turning over Manchurias principal railway sys em to the Chinese will be herald ed by Chinese Red leaders as proof that Russia stands by her promises What IS The American System Could you define it Do you know really makes it unique und different You will if you read 1 ic free booklet The Miracle of Its a 20paBc story in words awl pictures of how Amer ican productivity has hcljicii us en joy the highest standard of living in ihe world Approved bythe of hoih manage ment and labor Send for it Write Advertising Council Box 30 rimes Square NewYork itbtishcd us a pubtio service in co tperalion with the Advertising Council Union Owners Set for Long Coal Walkout WASHINGTON UP John L Lewis United Mine Workers and major soft coal producers braced Tuesday for a long and bitter strike which could be averted only by an unexpected aboutface by cither side With only six days lo go before the first strikedeadline neither the miners chief nor negotiators for Northern and Southern soft coal operators appeared ready to give in Lewis was scheduled to make a final progress report to his 200 man wagepolicy committee Tues day but there was expected to be no change from his report Mon day that negotiations were stale mated One hour later he was due to lead the union in wrap up nego tiations with hard coal producers These talks appeared certain lo forestall a walkout by 05000 miners in the anthracite industry While the interim settlement may not come Tuesday Lewis said he expected the hard coalpact to be reached sometime this week It was said to call for increases of 20 cents a ton in payments by the operators lo the UMWs anthracite welfare fund Any softcoal settlement in the near future appeared unlikely If it doesnt come s o m e 230000 miners in the Northern pits will fail lo show up for work Sunday midnight up TRUCK HOLDUP SIDNEY men held an Omaha trucker Monday afler nonn and escaped by automobile after taking from him Adlai Turns Bid Toward Independents May Be ReDrafting Campaign Strategy SPRINGFIELD 111 WVQov Ad lai Stevenson stopped up his driv Tuesday for the estimated 15000 000 independent voters in the nn lionand set his sights as well on what he calls the Republican Pro gressivcs There are indications at head quarters that the Democratic pros idenlial candidate is redrafting hi campaign strategy Changed Position The event that appears lo have changed ii position was las weeks meeting between Gen Dwight D Eisenhower his GOP opponent and Sen Robert A Tafl of Ohio Stevenson says Eisen howers great crusade has be come the great surrender that 1aft has taken over the gener als campaign And headded This puts an entirely new as ecl on the campaign nnd on the election He has been in long strategy conferences with his chief lieuten ants Ihc past two days Up lo this point Stevenson has JLcn pegging away at the claim of among the Republicans arguing that the Taft backers and he Eisenhower supporters consti ulecl a twoheaded elephant lie piind many phrases lo twit his po ilical enemies on that score Continue Line Correspondents asked him in j icvvs conference Monday whethei ic will continue lhal line now that Taft nncl Eisenhower have held the ongawaitcc meeting He replied That remains to bo seen The atmosphere here now Ibal stcycnsons principal advisors lave had time lo examine the po in the GOP camp contains nixed reactions On the one hand the strength of afls organization is well recog zcd The governors ng that Taft is in the drivers scat be will bring over lo Eis enhower a good deal of Republican upport the general did not have jeforc And they feel that some ackers heretofore lukewarm and lalfhcarlcd will become active low rAll About The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy and warmer Tuesday nighl Low Tuesday nighl 50 to 53 owa Partly cloudy and wanner Tuesday night Wednesday most ly fair and warm Minnesota Mostly fair Tuesday night and Wednesday GlobeGazelle Weather Dala up o 8 a m Tuesday Maximum 73 Minimum 14 At 8 a m 02 n HSJ Defends Medical Plan Warns of AntiLabor Move Raps Ike on Both Counts in Messages By THE WIRE SERVICES President Truman threw a two pronged spear at the Republican in general and D wight Eisenhowe in particular Tuesday in messages In an address to the America Federation of Labor conventioi Truman said that plans arc afoo to make the TaftHartley even more oppressive and unfair if Ihe GOP wins in November tPullbacks Earlier in the day Truman c icribed opponents of compulsory medical include pullbacks who want to go back to the horse and buggy days The President declared It is iob for air of us to bring medica health services to the people at n price they can afford lo pay 1 would not call such a goa Socialism1 Truman said would call it a goal of enterprise American enterprise Truman didnt mention the lie ublican presidential nominee bj name in a speech prepared for luncheon meeting of the America Hospital Association which ha long been a backer of voluntary ii surance plans Gov Adlai Stevenson the Dem ocratit candidate endorse In administrations health program i general He said in an address ii Los Angeles last week that ih country needs some system o protection against illness and ac cident so that adequate medica care will bo available to all Grinding Axes In a message to the AFLs con vention the President said lha1 special interests arc already rinding their axes for a fresh at ack on labor in the event of a lepublican victory He said he had seen inclica ions that such plans arc afool n Wall Slrccl The message was read at a ses sion at which W Averell Harri dan Mutual Security Administra or was introduced as the next Secretary of Stale by AFL Presi lenl William Green Harriman who at the Demo ralic convention in Chicago threw lis delegate strength lo Acllai Ste venson to help give him the nomi lalion has often been mentioned as a prospect for such an appoint ment if the Democrats win Not All GOP Truman said not all Ucpubli ans are possessed by a hostility labor but he aimed a slap at isenhowcr who is scheduled to cklrcss the convention Wednesday H appears Truman s a i d that the Republican candidate as now made his peace with the ulhor of the TartHartley law Ap arently iis conduct will not be ut of line with the Republican lalform which in my opinion is he most antilabor platform they avc submitted to the country in t least Ifi years Secretary of Labor Maurice T obin declared that the Taflllarl ey law means slow death for the abor movement The law he told the convention as slowed organized labors mcm crship gains tremendously and as become a matter of life or eath for the American labor novcment M Morrell Employes Refuse to Work OTTUMWA processing t the Morrell packing plant here as shut down again Tuesday flcr what the company called a hrechour sitdown slrikc by nion employes in the pork cutting epartmcnl A company spokesman said the mploycs member1 of the CIO Jniled Packinghouse Workers Un 011 refused at am to try to ut iiog carcasses they said were A IIP A n TI pintle GancHc plmlo by i Eisenhower stands above the rear platfornyslogan on his special train Tues day morning as he deliversa vyhistlestop address at Call Off Iowa Search for Three Escapees DES MOINES major manhunt based on the possi bility that three desperate Pennsylvania fugitives were in Iowa was called off shortly before noon Tuesday after s morninglong search by highway and air The manhunt collapsed after the FBI received won hat the blue car they seeking has been found aban I r Typhoon Hits Wake Island loned in Pennsylvania Chase Autos Before the hunt for three escaped convicts from a federal prison al ewisburg Pa was cancelled al am however at least one Jlue car was stopped and several ilhers were chased A similar icarch also occurred in the Tori odgc area Nearly 40 patrol cars and air ilane carrying ati FBI agent were aking part in the search and sev eral sightings of a blue car travcl ng at high speed were reported jy farmers Search Narrowed The search narrowed down to be area west of DCS Molncs after farmer Carl Forrclt said he aw a 1M7 blue DcSolo sedan rc embiing one in which Ihrcc men csernbling Ihc escapees drove off rom a Tama la restaurant Mori lay night Patrol cars in the manhunt were cing driven by Iowa highway pa rolmcn KIM agents Polk Dallas nd Madison Cotinly sheriffs of icers and Des Mpines police Surf Civil Rights Case Goes on Trial SEE PAGE 22 SAME White lilf no Inftlo death In past ll hours HONOLULU W A raging ty phoon with winds up to 140 mile an hour lashedtiny Wuke Island Monday demolished living quar tersand communications and sent the sea crashing over the entire island TVIounlainous seas and lorrcnlial rains battered the island which jj only 15 feet above sea level al afternoon subsiding only jatc al night AirSea rescue planes left Hono lulusHickam Field and Kwaja lein Tuesday morning with food water and medical supplies for thcUOO men women and children marooned on the coral speck 2300 miles west D here The military Transport Ains worlh was diverted from its course about 700 miles southeast of Wake and ordered lo evacuate Ihc stricken residents and tran sients Scattered messages received here painted a picture of devas lalion Iowa Polio Death Toll Now at 108 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Iowas polio death loll had climbed to 108 Tuesday wilh Ihe death of a 38yearold DCS Moines woman Mrs John A Moshcr died Mon day night of polio at Iowa Luther an 23rd fatality from the disease in DCS Jloincs since June 30 She became ill Sunday Talks From Train at Albert Lea 3000 Turn Out to Hear Speech By DICK HABEIN GlobeGittle Staff Writer ALBERT D Eis jnhower visited the corn and hog belt Tuesday and accused the Tru man administration of giving hog producers a terrific last year in a conflict between two gov crmcnt agencies that did not speak the snmc tongue A crowd of more than 3000 Lurncd out lo greet the GOP pres idential candidate as he made his first whistlestop in Minnesota Traveling Washis wife who he introduced to irowd as my Pltdgts Consistency Pledging consistency in govern ment and in the farm program Elsenhower1 said thatlast fall two government OPS and Agriculture out conflicting statements on the hog price situationthat confused armors He said The farmers particularly lha hog farmers were caught in the middle The OPS threatened to put ceiling prices if gotiip to parity The Agriculture Depart ment said there were so many bogs that priceswould never reach parity In the confusion farmers i had to selltheir hogs ancKpriceslell to 76 per cental dueto the confusion The crowd listened quietly as Ike spoke from platform of his 18car special1 plauded only said that the greatestfightAmericans have is their rightto choose I5 He did not any one to vole forhinvjbiit asked that they vote theirown His appealhe declaredwill not be to any special he specifically named lis appealjs td all citizens Ike was wearinghisbest jack olantern grin for the crowd Ha that 10 days ago he oiit fncd the GOETjfartri program at Kasson Minn He said Td like to idd that program An Albert Lea youngster Sandra ikoul 11 gave Mrs Eisenhower bouquet of roses Earlier Ike old the many youngsterswho were hand lo cheer him I want to say that you young people giveme a lift I believe la he youth of America Bid for Votes Eisenhower mixed his bid foe arm voles with an attack on Tru man administration foreign poli ies mentioning Korea as an xample Eisenhower said the greatest is ue of the campaign is peace arid e asked the crowd how other na ions could know our will when odr lolicios are inconsistent Eisenhower flies back to New York Tuesday evening He also whistle stopped at Owatonna addressed a student ral y al Northfield and spoke in St At Owatonna a butter making enter Eisenhower recalled that n his last civilian job before en cring the Army he was second en in a creamery at Abilene Continuing his jibes at Adlai tcvensons satire Ike said he is onfident the people do not want a Bob Hope to crack jokes bout issues of the day He said there is nothing luii y about the Korean War He said icrcis a need for an administra 011 comprised of people who are dedicated to the country In Albert Leathe Eisenhower ampaign train drew up at the a mo spot where GOP Aspirant both as E Dewey stopped in 1948 here was one noticeable differ nce in the reception the crowd ave Ike according to newsmen covered both stops Nobody hrav any tomatoes whereas sev ral were thrown at Dewey When the campaign train lopped music began blaring from oud speakers on the back plat orm As it drew away Ike said Id like to hear the band so the Ibert Lea Junior High School and played   

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