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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 17, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited foe the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETT E THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 1OWANS NEIGHBOR S HOME EDITION AssocUted fceas and United Prcis Full TH Needs Revision Not Repeal Says Ike Mr Republican Mr Democrat Will Ask MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 17 1952 Dav Day in Shenandoah on Same Day By THE WIRE SERVICES Mr Democrat will trade fam pleUges at annual t 8 The Republican National Committee said Tuesday o H be A ft wiJ the evening of the same day Prudent Truman is scheduled to make a major address The campaigning by train for the election of Adlai Sle venson will talk about pm Tart making a flying campaign will he speaks the day before Taft began his 19slate coasttocoast stumping lour Wednesday Followers of expected the Ohio senator who wanted so badly to be president to give the same kind of fiery speeches he would have made if he had won the Republican nomination last July At Least Three Die When Train Smashes School Bus MONESSEN Pa freight train crashed into a crowded high school bus Wednesday at nearby Collinsbiirg Killing at least three girls and injuring other pupils 15 of them seriously Due to the extreme confusion officials had difficulty im mediately indetermining exact number of the dead Definite Reports The office of Coroner Joseph R Check at Greensburg said it has definite reports of three dead they are Janice Everett 17 a senior of Collinsburg whose body was tak en from the scene of the crash to a funeral home in West Newton Norma Bergman 15 of West Newton who died of head injur ies at a hospital in Greensburg A girl who was dead on arrival at a hospital inMount Pleasant was identified by a teacher as Leola Bradley 14 of Collinsburg Reported Dead Officials at Rostraver Township High School also reported Dorothy Beckinger 14 a freshman among the dead but this could not be verified v The bus carrying about 55 pasr sengers was almost past a street crossing when a and Lake Erie Railrpad freight train snagged its rear end and dragged it about 50 feet The pupils were hurled about the bus like tenpins All About rMII MDOUr The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy Wednes day night A little warmer Thurs day high 80 to 84 fowa Partly cloudy Wednesday night and Thursday somewhat warmer Thursday except show ers northwest Minnesota Increasing cloudiness and cooler Wednesday night Thursday considerable cloudi ness GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 a m Wednesday Maximum 83 Minimum 44 At 8 a m J2 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 70 45 Government Will Goal Transfer BULLETIN WASHINGTON L Lewis and hard coal Wednesday signed an interim contract assuring production of homeburning coal through the winter WASHINGTON gov ernment will freeze coal shipments Thursday from many strikethreat ened bituminous mines in an effor to build upa stockpile for emer gency needs in case of strike Under Secretary of Interior Ver non D Northrop announced Wed nesday the action will be taken by the Defense Solid Fuels Adminis tration an Interior Department agency responsible for keeping the coal industry on an even keel The order to be issued Thursday will apply only to soft coal mines which have received notices from the United Mine Workers that would permit termination of their contract Under the forthcoming order these mines would be prohibited from shipping coal after midnight Thursday Cooler Weather in Central Plains Area WASHINGTON Weather Bureau anticipates that most of the country will be warmer than usual for this season between now arid midOctober It issued this forecast Tuesday The Weather Bureaus 30day outlook for midSeptember to mid October calls for temperatures to average above seasonal normals over most of the nation except for somewhat cooler than n o r m a I weather over the Northern and Central plains McCarthy to Campaign NEW YORK Dwight E Eisenhower in a speech prepare for delivery before the America Federation of Labor convention said Wednesday that he favore amending the TaflHartley Act bi was not in favor of its repeal The Republican presidential can didate said he will not suppor any amendments which weakene the rights of working men an women Call on Joe Meanwhile in SI Paul Eisen dowers managers plan to call o Sen Joseph McCarthy to caiiipaig actively for the Republican licke on the Communistiugovernmen issue Sen Frank Carlson of Kansas lop Eisenhower adviser said a invitation to McCarthy to campaig outside his home slate is in th works I fully expect that Sen McCar thy will be speaking vigorously fo the ticket as soon as he recover fully from his recent operation Carlson said McCarthy limited11 Vjy physica disability in campaigning for re nomination in Wisconsin won smashing victory there Labor Speech Eisenhower in his speech at th labor convention said that seeking amendments I will ask th advice and suggestions of al management an1 labor Gen Eisenhower said his invita lion to the various groups to sub mil suggestions was genuine an made in good faith It will not be one of those efnp ty theatrical gestures so ofte made in recent years the GOI candidate said In my own mind I have con pletc confidence that this job c amending the law can be worke out sothat no fair minded mem ber of your group will consider th results unreasonable No such leg islation must ever be regarded a final and in considering amenc ments to labor legislation labo will have an equal voice It is th American way to take what w have and constantly seek to mak it better Outlines Principles In outlining principles he saic ie considered important in legis lation the general listed The encouragement of collec live bargaining the right to strike an advance notice before a strike s called a requirement that both mions and employers live up to their contracts the assurance tha members of unions get a regular report on the organizations fi nances Gen Eisenhower said that he vas aware that the TaftHartlcy act might be used to break mions and he asserted that i change should be made in that re sped I have talked about the Taft Tartley act with both labor and ndustry people he said 1 know he law might be used to break mions That must be changed America wants no law licensing mionbtisting Neither do 1 BOOM SHEAR BUS KILLS TWOThc topof this bus is sheared half way ffbyt boom on a concrete spreader into which it ran near Butler NJ Tuesday nitrhl kCnt death t0 of the and caused the hospitalization of LEAVE FOR AN ORPHANAGEThe oldest n the youngest a bit fearful six of ten orphaned children one family wave goodbye as they leave their Clare mont NH home for the orphanagemaintained by the Loyal Order of Moose at Mooseheart 111 Their parents Mr and Mrs Edward J LaRpche both died in the past year Civil Liberties Case Manager Says No Policy Barring Negroes The Surf Ballroom has no policy against admitting Ne jroes Manager Carroll Anderson testified in justice court nere Wednesday Anderson is on trial charged with violat ing the Iowa civil liberties law by refusing to admit Negroes to the Clear Lake ballroom On cross examination As sistant County Attorney Murra Finley asked Anderson if Negroe now are welcome at the Surf After strenuous objections to th question by his attorney Edwar R Boyle Clear Lake Anderso said the Surf does hot refuse ad mittance to persons because o race creed or color but does re serve the right to screen them tc see if they will fit into the partial ar social group at the Surf Anderson is charged with twc iolalions of the Iowa civil Kbertic aw on complaints sighed by Isa dorc Patterson 27 Waterloo and Charles Bennett 23 645 Jackson S W both Negroes The Patterson ase is being heard first in the ourt of Justice Vern A Mcttlcr were being held at the ounty courthouse Under questioning by Finley An Icrson said that a group of 11 whites and two Negroes of which atterson was a member was urneri away from the Surf the ight of June 13 Denies Ho denied however that it was ccatisc the group contained two Negroes Patterson and Roberl ones 30 Des Moines both rnem ers of the United Packinghouse Yorkers CIO which admittedly is aking an active part in the case The Bennett case does not in olvc a union member and offi ials say their interest in it isonly ndirect Anderson also said Bcn ctt was refused admittance the ight of July 30 but again denied was because of his color The Surf manager told the court e was not at the ballroom the ight Bennett was refused admil ance He said the refusal was made by Doorman Herb Christen en because the doorman be eved Bennett and hisdate Har iett McGruder Negro 702 Presi ent SW would not fit into the ocial group In testimony Tuesday and Wed esday several union officials in lulling Art Costello president of he Mason City Packinghouse lo al claimed that Anderson told icm June 13 he had orders from hicago not to admit Negroes No Prejudice The union members quoted An erson as saying that he Ancier on had no prejudice against Nc roes but had been told by the wners of the Surf not to admit icm Costello said that prior to une 13 he had seen Negroes at he Surf on at least two occasions The Surf is owned by Prom Inc hicago which also operates ball ooms in Chicago Minneapolis and ustin Minn Under questioning by Finlcy nderson said that another group f Negroes had not been admitted j the Surf last May when Negro andleadcr Lionel Hampton aycd there Again he said it was because the Surf management be lieved they would not fit into the particular social group Throughout more than an houi and a half of testimony Anderson insisted that his to run a clean place He said the Surf re served the right to refuse admit tance to anyone if they looked like they were going to cause a dis turbance No Disturbance Anderson that the group in question June 13 had not caused any disturbance except to jlopk the lobby entrance while waiting for his decision oa whether they would be admiltecl Boyle said the defense hat the law docs not specifically nenlion ballrooms in itslisting oJ laces of amusement and claim he State Supreme Court has still o decide the issue During the course of the trial 3oyle has questioned the union of icials who have testified about heir motives in appearing for the rial He has brought out that none vas subpoened and all except Cos ello said they came here nt the equcst of the stale office of the union headed by Russell Bull Des koines Clivc Knowlcs 43 DCS Moinco nrmcrlabor relations director of he union was on the stand Wcd icsday Boyle asked if he had par icipaled in any other civil rights rials and Knowlcs said No Boyle then asked if the union was onducting an experiment in Ihis asc and again Knowlcs said No Knowlcs said however lhal the nion was sponsoring Patterson n the trial He and other union witnesses said the union ahvay s interested in dvii rights prob ems Knowles told Boyle that he was graduate of Harvard University nd had been an ordained Unilar an minister before joining the nion Attorneys connected with the ase said they could not recall any ther civil rights case being tried n Mason City The six justice court jurors hear ng the case are Mrs Francis De art Car Holvick Otto Gundlauh am Koch Mike Madigan and E Dougherty US Arrests 18 Red Leaders in Midwest West Truman Calls Charge He Condones Reds in Nations Government A Big Lie WASHINGTON President Truman asserted Wed nesday thatit is a big lie to say he tolerated Communists in this nations government And he accused those who sayso of employing a tactic used by the Communists themselves a tactic he described as the big lie technique That echnique Truman said was developed by the Communisls per fected by V No There were no names in the an gry worded speech Truman pre pared for the National Conference on Citizenship but he asked the voters to defeat the users of the lg lie regardless of party af riliation i Tlie President said that anyone vho resorts to the big ijc tech nique is not a good man And ie singled out for special atten ion Ihose who call Gen George 1 Marshall a traitor He told the conference It is a big lie for exajnple to say that we tolerate Communists and other disloyal persons in our government It is a big lie to at tacjc one of the greatest generuls and patriots whom this country ever had and call him a traitor Sen Joseph R McCarthy Wis consin Republican seeking reelec tion has denounced and Secretary of Stale Acheson as1 monUmenlal liars and has said thatMarshall jj steeped in falsehood He dcscribe Marshall as a EstherYille Meat Workers Return ESTHERVILLE 175 nion employes were back to work Vcdncsday ending a fiveday walk ut al the Davis Packing Company ere Officials of the CIO United Pack nghouse Workers union and the ompany Tuesday reported a mutual agreement in a dispute ver plant rules which prompted ic walkout erful figure who sided with Rus sia in historic decisions which lost the peace for America Jenner Sen William E Jenner Indiana Republican also up for reelection ias called Gen Marshalla Hv ng lie and man far trai ors Truman addressing a confer ence attended by a group of men and wometi about to be admitted to United States citizenship de clared thai Communism Inside this country has been badly beaten But Communism never gives up ils efforls to weaken other na tions from within he declared H seeks to use ail the weapons of stir upand con fuse the people and it also seeks to place its hidden agents in posi tions of trust and power DIES OF BURNS BELLEVUE Ricckens 15monthsold son of Mr and Mrs John Ricckcns died Tuesday of burns suffered when he pulled a kettle of boiling water off a stove Saturday Adlai Carries Bid Into Ohio Against Taft SPRINGFIELD 111 Adlai Stevenson will take his Demo cratic presidential campaign into Ohio the home state of Sen Robert A Taft late this month it was announced Wednesday Meantime Stevenson prepared to open an eastern swing with an ulomic energy speech Thursday light at Hartford Conn Detailed plans for his Ohio in vasion were tobc made public later in the day His campaign manager Wilson W Wyatt said however that a trip starting from here Sept 26 would include speeches at Columbus and Cincin nail in Tafts state at Indianapolis Louisville Ky a previously announced farm speech Oct 4 a Fort Dodge Iowa vrThe Ohio dates were in line with Stevenson strategy lo make Taft as much and sometimes more of a campaign target hnn Dwight D Elsenhower the GOP nominee This strategy was in line with Stevensons contention Elsenhower ias surrendered his campaign to he Ohio Republican who fought Charge Is Violating Smith Act Sentner Taken in Rock Island WASHINGTON Justice Department announced Wednes day the arrest of 18 Midwest and West Coast Communist party lead ers on charges of conspiring to ad vocate overthrqw of the govern ment by force and violence Attorney General McGranery and FBI Director J Edgar Hoover said those arrested included the leaders of the party in Missouri WaihinglonjState and Michigan Arretfs11 V Arrests were made in St Louis Rock Island 111 Charleston Mo Seattle Detroit Los Portland and Eugene Ore Chi cago and Minneapolis All the arrests were made oa warrants issued by US Commis lim so strenuously for the nomina ion Maytag Strike DES wimm Sentner of St LouU arreited by the FBI at a Midwest CommonUt leader was central in ttrike at the MaytaB plant in Newton m celebrated Iowa Browing was convjctwd n County on a charge of criminal syndicalism He was ordered toJ paya or 90 to jail 5 Sarrtnec and in air unanimous opinion the Iowa preme Court In 1941 reverted hia conviction Mason City Has More Polio Cases Three additional cases of polio wo of them mild were reported n Maion City Wednesday Ted A Meyers 5monlhold son of Mr and Raymond C Mey ers 1145 17th NE was taken by ambulance to the University Hos pitals Iowa City His condition vas reported as fair Richard Swanson 6 son of Dr and Mrs L W Swanson 204 Tay or NW and Robert Hawley son jf Mr and Mrs William Hawley 015 2nd NW were both believed recovering and there were no cvi Icnccs of paralysis MCCARTHY OPPONENT AND jnee Thomas Fairchild of Madison talks with Adlai Ste venson at Springfield 111 Fairchild is Sen Joseph McCar thy s opponent in the Wisconsin election A portrait of Abraham Lincoln hangs over the heads of the two men sioners and a Federal Judges on complaint of FBIagents The at torney general authorized the fill ing of the complaints Among those arrested was Helen Mary Winter 44 wife of Carl Win ter one of the 11 top Communist leaders convicted in New York in 1949 Mrs Winter picked up in De troit has been Michigan State orl ganizational secretary of the party The announcement described Mrs Winter as presently active with the committee for Amnesty for Smith Act Victims Violating Smith Act All those arrested Wednesday like many party leaders seized earlier are charged with violating the Smith actwhich forbids con spiring to advocate the overthrow of the government by force and violence Those taken into custody in eluded Dorothy Rose Forest 37 of St Louis She was arrested in her office in St Louis James Frederick Forest 42 also of St Louis He was picked up at his home in St Louis Marcus Alphonse Murphy 44 rested at his home on a farm near Charleston Mo William Senlner 45 of St Louis arrested at a Rock Island hotel Paul Miller Bowen 30 an Communist since 1943 and a dele gate to the partys national con vention in 1950 arrested iu Chi cago John Shields Baschbach 38 member of the review district 12 Seattle of the party ar rested at his home in Seattle Seattle Barbara Hartle 44 active in Communist affairs in Seattle since 1942 at her home in Eugene Ore Henry r Huff 58 chairman of District 12 at his home in Port land Ore Karly Larsen 47 in a Portland hotel William Jonathan Pennock at his home in Seattle Perry Pettus 48 Seattle Northwest editor of t h e Daily Peoples World arrested in Mm neapolsi Robert Manewilz 35 former member of the state committee ot Missouri arrested at hishome ia Los Angeles William Allan 45 Detroit   

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