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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 27, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited mod United fitu Full CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HE THAT MAKIS ALL N O R T H I O W A N S N E I C H O R S HOME EDITION MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 27 W2 Paper ot Two Ono No 303 PictUrCS the Of mice v mice were separated by a transparent wall Top mouse at left restored Tests Show Man Can Endure Rocket Flight WASHINGTON UP A rocket shippilot weightless as he hurtles through space probably can oper ate normally as Jong as he is strapped to his seat the Air Force concluded Saturday To prove its point the Air Force released movies or two white mice and two monkeys in a rocket which zoomed 38 miles above Hollo man Air Force Base N M One mouse had nothing to cling to The other could get a grip on a small shelf As the rocket arched downward and its acceleration equalled the pull of gravity the mice became weightless The mouse with a firm grip on the shelf was not per turbed He could control his body and did not float free But in the adjoining compart ment the mouse with no toehold trashed about frantically as he floated crazily from side to side of a smoothsided plastic drum FronV this and similar experi ments including some involving pilots the Air Force said this was new evidence that man can with stand the unusual forces of rocket flight and function within the range of normalcy The mice not only came throug the weightless period without i effect but withstood acceleratio which increased their weight b 15 times for Jess than one second and by three to four times for A seconds They were crushed to th Ooor but were unharmed The two monkeys also made th stratosphere trip without harm They were strapped tightly in tin seats and anesthetized so their struggles would not tear loose in strumenls which recorded thei blood pressure pulse and breath ing and radioed the information ti earth But Admits Soviets May Force Him Qyt The United States government stood squarelj behind Ambassador George F Kennan Saturday in the face of an unparalleled b 1 as from Moscow But officials here concededthe Kremlin might force his removal as envoy to the capi tal of Commuriism The sharp criticism was based on a Sept 19 Berlin comment to reporters ia which Kennan said among other things that contacts between Americans and Russian people in Moscow had been re duced to the zero point Secretary of State Acheson told a new conference Friday he con sidered the resulting propaganda attack wholly unjustifiedand im proper The ituation was regarded by veteran state department experts on Russia as being without pre cedent so far as they could recall Considering the fact that the So viet press reflects only views ap provedby theSoviet government theyestimated the violence of the attack as sufficient to indicate a demand for Kennans removal should the criticism be continued Should he heousted it was un clear whether the US would force the withdrawal of Soviet Ambassa dor Georgi NZarubin who pre sented his credentials to President Truman Thursday but that was clearly a possibility The situationis ironical for the reason that when Kennan went to Moscow last May after years of helping shape US policy toward Soviet Communism he wentwith the avowed hope of restoring more normal displomatic relationsand reestablishing some basis of Cour tesy and confidence in dealing be tween the two governments The tendency of authorities here now is to speculate that this did not suit Russian purposes at a time when the Kremlin has a greatcam paign of hate against1 the United States running inside Russia SPARKMAN TO RETURN DES AtOINES WKAlabama Sen John J Sparkman thr Democratic vice presidential nomineewill re turn to IowaOct 10 to deliver a major campaign address at Sioux City Knew HMsband Couldnt Go to Work Kcltner31 116 9th N was more coiicerned her husband bemg unable to go to work Saturday than she was overa drunk driving charge in the Mason City police court Saturday morning Brought bef ore Acting Police Judge Verne A Meltler MrsKelt ner ust knew her husband wouldnt be able to go to work How Judge Mettler asked v Because Mrs Keltner replied I have hidden his shirt and trousers and put His shoes in the refrigerator Mrs Keltner was arrested at pm Friday after the car shp was dnvmg bit a parked car in front of 215 9th NW She waived a bound over to the grand jury oi a bond She failed Lto furnish it and was taken to the county jail Police records show that Mrs Keltner forfeited a bond in DO hce court last Thursday for driving without a drivers license Noted Spanish Writer Dies ROME tf George Santayana philosopher and poet who ranked as one of the 20th centurys great est thinkers died here Saturday in a Catholic convent He was 88 Thebrilliant Spanish writer who spent many years in America died n the sheltered solitude in which ic had lived during the final quar ter century of his life During the past few years age lad enfeebled and shriveled him But his philosophers min d tayed sharp and aiert to the end iis and one of the most important and Pow ers was completed and published only last year Fair Seert DES MOINES fair all day was Iowas weather dish Saturday and more of tHe same on Sundays menu r The mercury Friday reached nghs ranging from 66 at Dubuque o 79 at Council Bluffs but the Weather Bureau saidjhighs might npproach 90 in Western Iowa Sat irday The Friday night Iowa low was S9 at Iowa City i SAME About rMI ADOUt TheWeather Mason City Fair and wanner Sat urday night high 7885 Fair con tinued warm Sunday Iowa Fair and wanner Saturday night Sunday fair and warm Minnesota Fair and mild Satur day night Sunday GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Saturday Maximum Minimum At 8 am YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 76 45 GO 73 37 Adlai Gives Facts on Fund Ike Finishes Southern Tour Not Hurt in Collapse of Platform Dixie Gives Him Roaring Salute R I C It M O N D Va ffi Ger Dwight D Eisenhower wound u with a roaring salute from Dix and a near mishap here Fridu night a campaign trip his manaj crs pronounced perfect The Republican presidential non incc has three days off to wril speeches arid get what rest he ca before flying to Columbia SC t renew his forays into the Den ocralic South before embarking o a long train trip West Eisenhower left for his New Yor headquarters with the cheers from 20000 Virginians of I Like Ike ringingin his ears OntheVirginia statchouse law inRichmond they howled thei approval when he asserted ttu Sen Harry F Byrd more near represents their opinion than th Truman Fair Deal and body owns you After he had completed hi speech and was walking down wooden ramp Eisenhower wa caught in the crush of a crow surging toward him Suddenly th ramp cracked and crashcd to th capitplsteps a feet below nominee wa ossed forward oriMiis knees ah Sen William FilKnowland waif ng grabbed him an cept him from falling up and brushin iff his suit Eisenhower grinnci and said he was hot hurt A scor f people went down with the ramp jut none was reported more thai cralched Lou Eisenhower todyguard received a skinned riklc Climax Eisenhowers Richmond address Hmaxed a day of triumphan vhistlo stop appearances at Char olte and WinslonSalem NC and loanoke Lynchburg and Peters urg Va Thfs ended 12 days of intensive ampaigning before large crowds n the Midwest and South The Republican nominee noting iat he was being sponsored bj ic Democrats for Eisenhower said hat any party that can produce man like Harry F Byrd seems ome to be a lopflightsort o utfit Admiration Eisenhower said he disagree ith President Truman that there re too many Byrds in He said Byrd believes in in sgrity in government in thrift n believes in the vir ues that have made Amcricf reat1 Why should I because he ha nother political labei feel any ling except the greatest admira on and respect for him Eisen ower demanded Lot of Discussion About an Old BookThe Bible ries of cance to religion church authorities consider of epochal signifi On schedule parl of B ncw Calholic 3 FINAL 2 Publication Tuesday of a new complete revision of the Kine James version marking the culmination of a 15year interdenomi national Protestant project hi of volume No 1 of the Interpreters Bi I 12 massi4rc volumes issued thus far as a result of a mimondollar program to compile all modern knowledge of the Scrip LlilTGS termthe simultaneous release oC the new works one of the greatest events in all biblical publishing history CTCS annivcrsarv ol Gutenberg Biblcthc first book ever pnnted from movable typo The Postofficc Department on Tuesday is issuing a special stamp commemorating this first printed Bible marks the beginning of Bible week observations for Catholics Protestants and Jews Observances are slated throughout the period proclaimed by President Truman and most state governors Picture and Story on UJ US Belgian Troops Halt Communist Attack SEOUL Korea and Belgian infantrymen weathered a blazing Communist mortar and artillery bar rage Saturday to smash a Reel attack on a United Nations outpost west of Choiwon after nearly eight hours of fight ing I wo Chinese companies abput 300 men had tried des perately allnight to bverrui theoutpost position held by the US 3rdDivision 500 Rounds An estimated i500rounds ofRed mortar and artillery firefell on IhjO Allied position but the UN troops took heavy toll of Chines and hurled them back In the air war Allied B29 Super forts bombed the Communists Pachiuigjan military supply area 15 miles south of Hamburg on th east coast Ten Superforts dropped 100 ton of 500pound bombs on the import RITA HAYWORTH Divorce Off for Aly Rita PARIS W Rita Hay worth and Prince Aly Khan said Saturday heir divorce is off indefinitely Rita glamorous U S screen actress disclosed this as she anc Aly pbscd for photographers u Alysmarisiorij whereiRitais liv ingsince her Arrival Wednesday she did not inlerid t press tHroUgh preliminary di vorse papers she has filed at Reno Later after lunch together in a suburban restaurant Prince Aly as J am concernec ve have no intention of breaking up hasher job thattakes her o variousplaccs and I have mine Awife doesnt interfere with her husbands business and he doe notinterfere vvifh hers Rita apparently angry at Aly or making her wait while he topped to talk with reporters ailed out of the restaurant into Vlys black Cadillac convertible hd droveoff alone Aly explained why Rita angrily wept out pE the small restaurant Shes very upset She has been cstered constantly since her ar ival here IDRIS THOMAS HAS POLIO If Idris Thomas 38 auditor for acob E Decker and Sons was aken to Iowa Lutheran HospiUl in Oes Moines by ambulance Salur ay with polio He lives at 204 caumont Drive Russian Troops SEOUL HP A iwrrwi North Kortn security of ficer told in an Sat urday of Ruitlan at airfitld of Yalu Riv In North U Dong Yop caid ht saw about 20 in Chi Communist uniforms at Sln Airfildin Jwiw said h installed antiaircraft guns at Rod alr but did not knew thoy ant target and started counties fires and secondary explosidns The explosions started jmme diately when the first 500poundei hit said Airman 1C Eugene J Pings Snuk City Wis Andthen they spread eompletcly surround Ing the bombpattern Supply It wasthe second time in four lights B29s bombed the Communist supply center Meanwhile i Forcc ah nounccd thatmaraudlfig U N Sabrcjcts destroyed or damaged 22 MIG15s this week without losing a plane themselves The weeks bag made September he worst month of the war for he powerful Red Air force Sports Bulletins CINCINNATI My as manager of Pittsburgh Saturday but will remain in organization shooter POLIO ATALITY DES MOINES flRobert Hccht 9 Altoona died of polio at a DCS rtoines hospital Friday PRESIDENT TRUMAN Truman Takes t r Off on Long Speech Tour WASHINGTON UP Veteran whistlestopper Harry Truman wll embark Saturday night on wha may be his last great political el fort a coasttocoast tour in behal of Gov Adlai E Stevenson The P s i d c n t will trave through 24 states Hellstop in i to deliver 87 speeches at least 1 of thcmclassifled as Truman isscheduledto return Sun day night Oct 121 two week hence To Answer GOP Besidesbeating the drums fo Stevenson Mr vTrunari undoub edly will take the offensivceagairis Republican presidential nomine D Elsenhower who ha charged the administration witt subversion bungling and fostering inflation Jts the kindof campaigning the President likes best and the kind at provedhimself a mas ter four yearsago when he whistle stopped around the country inbe half ofhis Margaret Along Margaret Truman will travc with her father but Mrs Truman will stay behind This will be the most extensive but not the first of Mr efforts for Stevenson The Presl dent shared political season open ng day honors with the Demo cratic nominee on Labor Day speaking to a Milwaukee rally vhilc Stevenson the Illinois Gov srnor was kicking off his own campaign with a Detroit speech ATTEMPTED ARSON RED OAK P Kennedy 8 of Red Oak was free under 1000 bond Saturday after waiving to the grand jury ona charge of ttempted arson But Wont Be Public Until Night Works Late ort Fund Statement PADUCAH Ky Ad lai E Stevenson who was up until the small hours of Saturday morn ing preparing a statement on his political fund to help deserving stale employes arrived here by plane from Indianapolis Saturday1 to spend the afternoon at the home of Vice President Alben Bark ley1 A crowd estimated at about 1000 Including Barkley and Kentucky Gov Lawrence Wctherby greeted the Illinois governor at the airport Barkltys n The official party drove imme diately to the Barkleyts home on theoutskirtsbf Paducah where the vicepresident and Mrs Barkley entertained 275guests with pic nic lunch on thefront lawn The statement was to newsmen in Indianapolis i but governor requested that it and oth er material attached for release late Saturdayafternoon lor publication in Sundaynewspapers The 900word statement hadat who tiad receivedtinoney from the fund Stevenson cheering t tfllnn 1 J i asked by Republicans to financial life to the1 Richard M presidential candidatedid Stevenson wai used the financial sac rifices of top he recruited I from private business to belpbim administer ri Friday he revealed that about Veight or nine appointees benefited from t h e monies A i i The candidate turned one of upstairs guest rooms inIndiana G ov Henry F Schrickers official mansion into ahofficV and worked past midnightJ althoughhehad r campaigned in and made a major speech Friday night at Indianapolis During the late afternoon he was o fly from Paducah Louisville or a speech on foreignpolicy Tho pcech will be broadcastand tele cast locally Friday night Stevenson ripped nto the Republican presidential andidatc Dwight D Eisenhower n the formers generals views on Icfense materials and bow to pay or them Stevenson came here to Indian polis Friday night to speak of conomy in government and more o the political point to do what he ould to help Schricker inhis bid o defeat Sen William E Jenner I or senator But he broached the fund subject t the start of his speech which vas greeted with volleysofap lausc by the some 14000 persons crowded into the Fairgrounds Coliseum Pitt 3 4FINAL Notre Dame OFFICERS IN HUDDLEOfffcers of the Iowa Association of High Twelve cKfi went into a huddle just before their eighth annual convention opened Saturdaya thefHotel t0 L of the Mason crtVhoS club Walter l Schwandt Mason City statevice president Lloyd Fugill DCS Moines treasurer G A Jerry Royal Des Moincs president andArthur Fort Dodge secretary A one day convention was scheduled with Charles Johnson ton Ky International president of High Twelve as the speaker at the banquet Yugoslavia Stand by Turkey in Event of War ISTANBUL Turkey fl Yugo lavin will stand side by side with Turkey in the event ick a top Yugoslav military eadeisaid Saturday Yugoslav General Pavle Yakt hitch head of a military mission o Turkey and Greece made the tatemcnt to Turkish reporters at Ankara airfield just before coming to Istanbul The Yugoslav group came here from Athens where it had similar talks of cooperation in the defense of this arear Western diplomats have been hopeful thatPre mier Marshal Tito would agree Jo participate in an informal Balkan alliance Ohio Stote Indiana FINAL Michigan Mich State FINAL 3 4 FINAL V Illinois 09 BID State   

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