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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 20, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper for OM CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NlWSf Af ER THAT MA KIS ALL NORTH IOWANS NEI G H 0 K S HOME EDITION Fnu mad United Vrtiu full LetM Five Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 20 W2 Tnixr Conslits o Two No 77 Tells Sources of Nixon Fund f oSer raawl A Duck With a Job fell down the front steps Since LONDON UP Soviet Nations Delegate Jacob Malik third postponement of his retur to Moscow Friday stirred specula tkm SaturdayRussia maybepre paring a new move to break th Korean armistice deadlock Western expertson Russian pq Reds Are ing Truce Move there are signs the Soviet may comeyupjwith a compromis proposal for a ceasefire They said the Kremlin might sug gcst a truce be concluded on th basis of agreements alreadj reached in the Panmunjom mili tary negotiations Then the sole re Talks Recessed MUNSAN Ko rean truce talks adjourned Sat urday for the eighth straight week long recess after an angry 52minute session in which nego tiators argued over who started the war V It was the first plenary meet Ing since Sept 12 and produced no headway in the prolonged stalemate on prisoner exchange major obstacle to a maining of war be settled by ci vilian delegations after the shoot ing stops Ifas is thought the Kremlin is planning a new Korea move Malik would be an obvious choice to make it It was he who first sug gcsted the Koreanpeace talks last year No Mention Among indications something is brewing in Russia on the Korean question was the failure of this weeks Moscow communique on the ChineseSoviet negotiations to men tion Korea although the war must have been a major topic of discus sion 2nd Member of Family Has Polio The second member of a Mason City admittedto Mercy Hospital Saturday with what was described asa mild cascof polio Stricken was MaryEllen Swanson 10 daughter of 204 TaylorNW Earlier this week her 6 also was hospitalized with mild polio His condition Saturday was reported good SAME flat Means B Marines Race to Denmark ABOARD USS MIDWAY AT SEA thousand Unitec States Marines supported by ligh carriers and medium sized war ships of the North Atlantic Defen sivc Alliance raced Saturday to ward a beach landing in Northern Jutland in the third main phase o operation Mainbracei The LeatheVnecks the reinforced Third Battalion of the Sec o n d Regimentfrom Camp LeJeune N C proceeded to thelahding aboard World War H landing craft Advance elements ofthe baby fleet accompanying them o this first American landing on Den marks shores sailed out of the Firth of Forth in Scotland Friday The main group including the British light carriers Magnificenl and Theseus the escort carrier J S Mindoro and the New Zea and cruiser Bellona weighed an chor Saturday Five destroyer escorts and three destroyers from the United States 24British BelgianNorwegian and American minesweepers also are part of the fleet 3 U S Airmen Killed in Crash PARIS wiA U S Air Force C3 transport plane crashed in flames Saturday after hitting a tel graph pole as it swooped in low o land at Paris Orly Field Three rewmen were killed and one seri usly injured The plane was coming in from he U S Air Force base at Cha sauroux 150 miles south of Paris French eyewitnesses said the lane flying low over the fog hrouded village of Villeneuve Le Roi near Oriy Field hit a elc raph poleandskidded across the oofs of two houses Cedar Rapids Unit Heads Shrine Parade Accompanied by loud explosions prancing horses and calliopemusic Shriners paraded in Mason City Saturday afternoon The parade was mostly feature of the El Kahir Shrine cere monial The event was sponsored by the North Iowa Shrine Club rep resenting 18 North Iowa towns with headquarters in Mason City Illustrious Potentate El KahirTemple of a r Rapids headed by George H Cock burn1 illustrious potentate provided much of the parade color Cedar Rapids units included a fire engine the calliope band drill chanters drum and bugle corps and provost guard Says It Totaled Hoovers Son a Contributor BY THE WIRE SERVICES PASADENA Calif Sen Rich ard Nixons controversial two year expense fund was disclosed Saturday as totaling con tributed by 75 Southern California Republicans The list released by Attorney Dana C Smith originator of the plan included among the sub scribers Herbert Hoover Jr Pasa dena engineer and son of the former President John J Garland San Marino Calif real estate man and prominent US Olympics of ficial JB Vani Nuys wealthy member of a pioneer family in Southern Californias development Bernard C Brennan Glendale law yer and GOP chief in this sec lionand Earl Gilmore Los Angeles oil man SOO Contributor Hoover was listed as one of sev eral contributors Others in cluded Van Nuys John E Marble of South Pasadena K T Morris Los Angeles manufacturer John Burnham Rancho Santa Fe and WOV Anderson Los Angeles One contributor Keith Spa 1 ding retired Pasadena business man was listed for two contribu tions apparently the most given by any individual Smith said that the funds were used onlyto cover supplementary expense of Senator Nixon from his election to the senate in1950 until his nomination lor vice presi dent by the Republicans last July presented an Hemiza Also much in evidence was the presented an Hemiza Osmau Temple Legion of Honor of the of the A ui niWiUT rJ Tf it uj JAUJIUJ with marchingunits from Austin and St Paul Minn Marching Jop were some 70 candidates on whom ritualistic work was conferred The days events started with a ocal delegation going to Charles ity to escort three bus loads of Shrmers from Cedar Rapids Jam Sidewalks Following luncheon at the Hotel ianfqrd the parade got under way at 2p m Mason Cityans jammed fund It showed that had been spent with a bank balance of and unaudited differ 7 jniillllWt ho sidewalks to wave at the hriners Following the parade the No ulity went to Roosevelt Field house vhere the ritualistic work vas conferred A feature of the svcning program was to be a ceremonial fay the various units at he Roosevelt baseball diamond Iowa Polio Toll Now Stands at 120 DAVENPORT Wl Iowa counted Is 120th polio fatality Saturday the report of the death of an 1yearold Pleasant cott County Isolation Hospital at Javenport Dale Dean Decker son of Mr nd Mrs Charles J Decker died riday night He was the fifth cott County resident to die of who this year ence of Stationery The major item listed was 16660 for stationery printing mimeographing and supplies Smith said that this was mostly for reportsand other communica tions to Senator Nixons constit uents Other expenditures Travel and hotelexpenses Nix on and his aides Radio and TV expenses SHE LIKES JKEMiss Shirley Gall of St oa was on hand to greet Republican candidate Dwight Eisen Report Lewis Hikes Demands as Walkout in Mines Approaches WASHINGTON IBJohn L Lewis meeting in lastditch negotiations with Northorn soft coal operators was reportet Saturday to have1 boosted his wagedemands as the pricefo keeping peace inthe industry Induslry sources said the UnitedMine workers chief noi r In PO v t is askinga boost instead of the he is understood to have demandec earlier He also is said to be do manding a 10ccntaCon increase 79 Addressograph plates Telephone telegraph and mes senger services Postage above allowance 24 Extra office help Advertising and publicity 68 Meals paid by office force for visitors Expenses of meetings Miscellaneous There was no breakdown of this item Earlier Stevenson Gov Adlui Stevenson UNION VOTE KEOKUK of the Rubber Company here ormcrly affiliated with the AFL international Chemical Workers nion Friday voted 59G433 at an TLRB collective bargaining elec on to join the CIO United Rubber Vorkers A CHANGE IN SUBSCRIPTION RATES Effective 22 the carrierdelivered price of your GlobeGazette in the carrier delivery limits of Mason City and Clear Lake will be 35c PER WEEK Your carrier salesmen will receive a fair share of faithful service The made necessary by rapidly incrcpsmg costs per ton advances in the price pt Canadian newsprint in the past 14 months iL Thefifst CQrrier collection on the new rate will be the week ending Sept 27 V The single copy price wifl be 7c Democratic nominee called on the tlepubljcan party to ascertain the racts in the case He said the ques tions that arose were Who gave the money was it given to influ ence the senators position on pub lic question and have any laws been violated I am sure that the great Re publican Party will ascertain these facts will make them public and act in accordance with our best traditions and with due respect for Ihe second most important position in the land Stevenson said jn New York Condemnation without all the evidence a practice all too famil iar to us would be wrong Eisenhower in Kansas City Mo where he made a corruption speech Friday night attacking Ste venson as a front man for bigcity political bosses accepted fully a statement by Nixon that there was nothing wrong and that the criti cisms were only a political smear in operator payments to the unioi welfare fund and a shorter work ing day The miners now get n basic daily wage of 200000 Men Some 200000 Northern soft coal miners are scheduled to strike at am Monday unless ascltlc ment is reached Although there still was opti mism that an agreement could be reached before the strike deadline informed sources said a settlement is still up in the Lewis and Harry Moses presi dent of t h e Northern operators group planned more sessions throughout the day One source described the current talks as else bar gaining He said if agreement docs not come from these final meetings lhe industry could expect alongl strike I Probers Hot on Vote Fraud Case Ask Workers for Agreement SIOUX CITY fl The Cudahy Packing Company Saturday ad vJscdJts 7500 employes here that regular operations at its Sioux City plant will not be resumed without work guarantee fromemployes The management said it is ask ng full assurance from employes hat they will return to work and work the regular scheduled num jer of hours and days each week as required to provide for normal operation of the plant The letter signed by Thomas W osier general manager here vent to the plants employes fol owing a work stoppage which went nto the third day Saturday The ieup followed a disputeover the 39 workers COMPOSER DIES RATH England Nnt Ayer Buffalo Center Girl Stricken With Polio BUFFALO CENTER Janet Barnes 6 daughter of Mr and Mrs William Barnes is apatient at the Lutheran Hospital at Fort Dodge polio receiving treatment for 17TH CHILD ANAMOSA MVTheir 17th child born this week to Mr and Mrs Walter Farrington here House in vesligators were hot Saturday on new lead on an old Kansas City vote fraud case The House subcommittee invest gating the Jusiice Department an nounced Attorney General James P McGranery has granted it pci mission to inspect documents al legcdly stripped from FBIfilcs on the case Tho lead was furnished Friday by Rep Claude I Bakewcll R who quoted FBI Director J Edgar Hoover as saying former Attorney General Tom C Clark ordered a lot of material deleted from the FBI files on the case five years ago Ordnance Blast Kills 2 Workers BURLINGTON W An explosion in the screening bay at the Iowa Ordnance Plant here killed two workers Friday night and injured a third Y The dead men identified as Robert Bonne of and John Whilakcr of Oakvillc la Lloyd Van Winkle of Niota 111 was hospitalized here Col E It Gillcspie comman dant of the plant said the men were processing about two pounds of lead a high explosive by remote control Americanborn composer of such popular melodies as If You Were the Only Girl in the World and Oh You Beautiful Doll died here Friday Dummy Attacks Fake Messages Let UN Forces Capture Hill SEOUL Korea Sunday Nations infantrymen jonf using the Communists with dummy attacks and fake ra dio messages recaptured strategic Old Baldy hill today with a sudden violent assault Allied troops stormed to the crest of the height west of C h o r w o n on the Fronfcnml the surprised Reds A Arrangements Complete for Sparkman Visit offered no1 heavy resistance An American soldier was found alive on top of the naked shell rocked hill Holed Up The soldier had been holed up in a bunker for two days re ported United Press War Corre spondent Frederick C Painlon From the front Somcfiow he had survived two lays of Allied and Communist ar tillery and mortar fire He was wounded but he will live Communist defenders of the em battled hill were softened all day Saturday by air strikes and by the Tiro of fives Allied tanks Palnton said the Allied troops alsoi staged elaborate radio conver sations probablymonitoredby the Reds to givethe impression tho feints were a major attack i Thenthe main assault hit the Communists on Old Baldy while supporting units sent in a blister ng crossfire withartillery mor lars tank guns single machine uns and the interlocking fire rom 50callber quud four barrel machine on themain line StruBBling Men In the lightof exploding shells Democratic Day Here Thursday Arrangements have been com plelcd for Democratic Day in Ma sou City Thursday in connection with the visitof Sen John J Sparkman democratic vice presi dential candidate Following ai meeting of the speakers and special mittcc it was announced byJake r Douglas publicity chairman1 that the party would arrive inMason City late Wednesdays vTe n in Sept24 a Day The committee1 has planned a busy dayfor the senator starting with a press conference at a m at the Hotel Hanford Fol lowing this hewlllgoto theArm ory where he theiDemocratic candidatesincluding Herschel Lovelesscandidate governor i I rill I i tm f willholdopen house untilf2 noon A i J t Baldy The Reds tcntup flare after flarebut was no heavy Welit up the area so youcould a newspaper by the light During the attack a group of leds triedto fleeto a nearby river nit he Allied troops on top of Old Baldy annihilated them Another group of Communists fled toward Pork Chop Hill and was aught in the open by Allied ar illery Armour Profits Down Million CHICAGO and Com any the nations second largest meat packer Friday reported its ict profit for the first nine months f the current fiscal year dropped to compared with 200927 in the same 1951 period For the 13 weeks ended July 26 epresenting the third quarter ol he fiscal year the company had net loss of compared vilh a net profit of in he same period last year The earnings in the nine month criod last year were equal to 2G9 a common share This year icrc were no earnings available n the common stock after allow ig for regular dividend require ments on the preferred shares At12jioon Candidate Loveless introduce y nrouce enntorSparlmin who Mil ifilf addf Will be broadcast1 from RididiSta sion KSMN andVibroadcast at pm over Immediately following the ad dressby Senator Sparkman there will be a minute period for questions and answers after which the party will go to the VFW Club for puncheon at pJ Candidate Loveless and George Laub Cresco Democratic candi date for congressvwill talk at tho luncheon which Is open to the public at a plate1 The party will leave Mason City at p m for Des Moines Adlai Tells Marines They Are to fulfill Promise of Future QUANTICO Va WGov Adlal Stevenson handed his son1 Adlai HI 22 a commission in the Marine Corps Saturday and then told class of 602 new officers in a brief address It js not to make good the er rors of the past that you arc here but to make good tho promise of the future Stevenson was enroute to Rich mond Va where he will make major speech Saturday His son and the 601 other berg of the officer candidate class finished ten weeks training day and became second lieutenants In the reserve Stevensons short talk non polit ical in character was devoted to the reasons why it is necessary to1 train American men to fight All About Pour month old n one the youngest polio patients ever to be treated in an iron lung contentedly takes his bottle in the county fc T Modesto Giilif Nurse HelenEdging hftlps him with his afternoon snack The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy and cool Saturday afternoon Scat tercd frost likely early Sunday morning towa Continued cool Saturday af ternoon Scattered light frost in favorable locations extreme north Minnesota Mostly fail Saturday night and Sunday Continued cool with scatteredlight frost GlobeGazette WeatherDataup to 8 am Saturday Maximum 83 Minimum 37 v At 8 am YEAR AGO Maximum yj Minimum u   

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