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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 1, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Newspaper lor to THAT MAKKS ALL NORTH I GLOBEGAZETTE OWANS NIIGHIORS HOME EDITION MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 1 1951 ThU Paper CoiuiiU ot Two 5 n Guards Kill ing Chinese Anniversary Open Road T GULLS HEAD SOUTHJowas hot summer weather at the start of October doesnt picturedwest of the DriveIn Theater on Highway 18 between Mason Pifv and Plnn TV tt i i pholo by Schmidt Uty and Clear Lake Hundreds of thousands of the birds c on t he ground paused on a plowed field during their southward joufrieV1 HST Says Ike for Raps Demos Crush Bipartisanism Ike Declares ABOARD THE EISENHOWE SPECIAL Dwight D E senhower accused the administra tion Wednesday of crushing a b partisan approach to foreign polic by trying to take all the cred for the good and blamin Republicans for the bad He promised that if elected Pres wit rea dent he would cooperate Democrats and make them partners in working out basi foreign policies At Flint Eisenhower gave this declaralio In a speech prepared for deliver at EUintrMichiV as he carried hi timeforachangc campaign wes on a 28state drive that coiil make or break his presidentia hopes Optimism was running high o this push through Michigan bit states that will have 361 electora votes1 outof the 53l mor than enough to swing the electio in hisfavor if he can carry them The GOP presidential nomine chose FlinC asthepoint to giv high praise to the late Republi can Sen Arthur Vandenberg o Michigan who was a strong ex ponent of a bipartisan foreign pol icy Praisei Vindenberg He said Vandenberg saw that no nation no matter how strong coulc win security by its own effort that collective securitj meant enlightened selfinterest The fervor of his faith Eisen hower said was so contagious that he ended once and for all the old American belief in isolation ism Eisenhower charged thatDemo tratic Presidential Nominee Adla Stevenson hadfailed to give Van denberg and the Republican Party credit for the part they played in a bipartisan foreign policy Law Enforcing Capone Succumbs HOMER Neb former law enforcement officer whose identity as a brother of the late Al Scar face Capone created quite a stir when it became known a year agp died Tuesday night at his home here He was known here as Richard J Two Gun Hart 60 a govern ment agent back in prohibition days later a town marshal and justice of the peace Nixon Will Visit Iowa on Oct 22 DES MOINES Sen Richard M Nixon Republican vice presi dential nominee will visit five Iowa cities Oct 22 the partys state headquarters announced Wednesday The schedule calls for 20minute itops at Ottumwa Cedar Rapids WaterJoo and Ft Dodge and a two hour and 25 minute visit for major rally at Sioux City Adlqi Intensifies Efforts to Woo Independents Combat GOP Slams E Stevenson went after the nrmm w ntVnergy Wednesday but was distracted b news from Washington that government security agencies may turn into pivotal campaign issues Newintensifjed efforts of the Stevenson camp to Woo the indepen dents was reflected in a 2day conference of the national leadership o Volunteers for Stevenson which opened here Wednesday AdUi e Stevenson will meet with a group of about 200 state leaders of th volunteers tonight after they Have been exposed1 to a fullday of pe talks ranging from one by Wilson Wi Wyatt Stevensons personal cain paignmaaager to campaign films prepared by the Hollywood for Ste venson Com r There also will be a statement from Sen Estes Kefauver DTenn the man Ste beat for the presidential nomination praising th Illinois governor as well equipped to combat corruption in government Meantime Stevenson addressed himself to a somewhat less cheer iul problem than cheering on the volunteers1 Thiswas the problem o preventing the Republicans and their presidential candidate Dwigh D Eisenhower from saddling the Democrats with blame for whatever Communists may have filtered into the security agencies of the jfov minent CurrentProblem The current problem arose when Gen Walter B Smith head of he Central Intelligence testified Monday that Communists had gotten into all security agencies including his own Smith made a clarifying statement Tuesday saying he meant only that all security agency heads should operate on the assumption of infiltration and in stitute protective measures accordingly GOP Decides Not to Make Issue ot Reds in Agencies WASHINGTON The political storm over Gen Wal ter Bedell Smith subsided to a squall Wednesday The Republican high command decided not to make a 1 o U liltllYti il ampaign issue ofSmiths that Communists have ntiitratecl federal agencies A spokesman for he GOP National Committee said here will be no organized attempl o make the incident a jpolitcial oolball He added however thai he committee cannot control all OP candidatesin the field Thedecision apparently followed dramatic bid by Smith head oi he Central Intelligence Agency to void havinghis statement iurned nto a campaign issue eneral former U SJambassador Russia telephoned Dwight D iisenhower and Gov Adlai E Ste ensbn Tuesday Smith disclosed the calls at a ews conference and said he lanned to seek the advice of the National Security Councilheaded y President Truman ifhis re lark became a campaign issue espite his efforts 500000 Workers Hit by Elevator Strike Chicago CHICAGO op went on in 1JO downtown Wednesday orcing almost 5MOM workers to huff and pwff their way vp to their or lay off for the day Thousands of persons gathered n tabbies end waited word from heSr bosses whether to begin the ong haul up hundreds of stairs er the day off Mayor Resented Closing Games STORM LAKE WJMayor Oscar Grauqf Storm Lake expressed resentment Wednesday overs the action of AllyGen Robert L Larson ordering the closing of four games here Monday night at a carnival sponsored by the Amer ican Legion Although Larson sajd the con cessions were games ot chance Mayor Grau declared in a state ment that he thought they were harmless and that the attorney general should not have inter fered A compromise was reached later and two of the games were reopened v President Continues to GiveEm Hell ABOARD TRUMAN President Truman dedicating 108 million dollar Hungry Hors Dam Wednesday accused Gen Dwight D1Eisenhower of turnin against suchprojectsafter learn ing the Republican Party line Truman said the Republlcai presidential nominee is talkin likeoneof the lobbyists for th private power monopolies and if he is elected it will be a time before you see anolher struc ture of this kind Give Em Hell It was another speech in the Presidents coolly calculated at tempt to destroy Eisenhowers prestige in a give em hell cam paign tour from coast to coast Truman is working role of he Democratic Partys hatchet man as the Republicans labelled the calm and relentless assurance of a veteran campaigner Toing about familiar work Leaving his campaign train at tolumbia Falls Mont he viewed he dam and drove on to Kalispcll or a dedicatory speech in the high chool gymnasium All of you who are here had ictler go over and take anolher ook at this lam because if the Republicans win this election it vill be a long time before you sec nolhcr structure of this kind Truman said Againtt Oarm The Republican candidate for resident made it perfectly plain ti a speech in Boise Ida a few ccks ngo that he was against ams like this Ihe Presidcnl ddcd And he said Eisenhower now cccpls the Old Guard view that ams like Hungry Horse and gov rnment transmission lines and ow cost public power arc part f Die creeping socialism of Truman said logan writers the power monopolies talk Clear Lake Holds Fall Festival Day A group of citizens from Clear Lake met a similar delegation from Thornton Wednesday noon near the Silas Fatland farm on Highway 107 and officially dedi cated the newly surfaced 13mile stretch of road After ribbon culling ceremonies both groups joined in an 84car caravan lo Clear Lake to help that city celebrate its annual Fall Fes ival Day Attend Among thoseat the road dedica ioiv ceremony which highlighted he days activity were M L ilinlzman mayor of Cienr Lake Hay Hemming mayor of Thorn on M L Abrahamson slate treasurer Robert Larson state attorney general II L Gross stale senator from Cresco Her man Knudson itate senator Clear Lake and William Tale state rep resentative Mason City Free pancakes with syrup butter and coffee were served in the City Park starting at 10 in themorning and at noon an estimated 1400 per sons had come through the line On the serving end were members of the ClearLakeJLKtns and Rotary traclor rodeo that incldded three different events started in the morning with 25 entries by noon A horseshoe pitching contest was being held at the same lime in the City Park Guests Among the distinguished guests ntioduqed by Master of Ceremo nies Douglas Sherwin in Ihe after noon were John Hattery chair man of the Iowa Highway Com nission Frank Karrigan member of the highway commission Mel in D Synhorsl secretary of state Music was furnished by the Clear jake and Ventura High School ands Clear Lake residents were o visit Thornton in theevening vhere additional events were cheduled Brooks Nip Yanks in World Series See Story Pictures on Sports Page 120 Hurt in Island Camp Riot Reds Use Rocks Clubs in Fight By THB WIRE SERVICES CHEUJU ISLAND American guards with blazing guns killed 45 Chinese prisoners of war and Injured 120 others in quellinga riot Wednesday The POWs were celebrating the third anniversary Chinas Com munist regime when some fanatici turned thejubilee into tanattack on their guards s The majority of those killed mod wounded were Prison er of i Command spokesmanL DEDICATED HIGHWAY JL J vO ficially dedicate the surfacing of Highway 107lbetween Clear Lake andThprntonWedneaday Rob ert Larson state attorney general Herman Kriudson i t Two American soldiers werein jured slightly 1 The 500 fanatical prisoners bat tied two infantry Wimenwith1 stones rocksctebt tent poles andweapons improvised from materials invttieir compound VLMtf Februaryin asiihilarriot on notorious 80 prison ers were About hardcore ChineYe s invar mi AmjvAjLWAiuiuK Jiinyur 01 Thornton William Tate state representative from Mason City M A Hmtzman Clear Soys McGrath Wanted to Frustrate Probe i WASHINGTON House investigators said Wednes day that tormerAtty Gen J HowardMcGrath showed no for a Justice Department he appeared lowish to delay and frustrate investigation n fflTTl i f rli n trts imrneiii 1 i i i i t VAU UA Jf rom thenfindings investigators said it appears that the Department under Mc J J Burnett 61 Dies ot Local Hospital J J Jack Burnett 01 former lOtor vehicle inspector deputy lieriff and associated with the Iowa lieriffs Magazine died at a Ma ou City hospital at pm Tues ay He had been a resident Ma on City 33 years Mr Burnett was born in Clinton ouhty June 28 1803 the son of lichael and Catherine Burnett He by the Chicago Great Western a Oelwein One brother Ray Burnett Ma sonCity and a sister Mrs Marie Hoffman Davenport and three grandsons also survive Kimhall Says Guided Missile Intended for AntiAircraft PARIS Navy Secretary Dan Kimball said Wednesday the US has ships and Navy pfancs capable of carrying atom bombs as well as a special guided mis sile ship already in being But no Abombs actually are aboard the Navy craft he added n a speech before the American Club of Paris The secretary predicted it would be only a question of time before wecan lake advantage of atomic P o w e r for propelling surface craft including Ihe largest combat ships and aircraft carriers Kimball discussed guided mis at a He said the guided missile ship the Navy now has is intended for antiaircraft use Referring lo the recent use of guided planes for bombardment in Korea Kimball said only limited use had been made of such weapons because important tar gels are not always available in thatarea J J BURNETT had been a resident in Mason City since J910 In1920 he was married to Mar garet Siessegcr of Mason City Surviving are his wife ami five sons John Thomas and Joseph in service William teaching in Ma Burnett was one of the origins inspectors with the Iowa State Highway Patrol He was assistan chief examiner of the State Motor Vehicle Department and for a time was with the ODT office in Ma son City He was in busincsswith Vic Me Clung of the Golden Oak Smoke shop five years and three years with Sullivan and Sullivan in real estate before being appointee motor vehicle inspector for North Iowa in April 1933 Sheriff Tim Phalen appointed him deputyAug 1 1939 He joined the Iowa Sheriffs Magazine in 1941 In later years Mr Burnett or ganizcd and supervised the Burnet1 Adjust ment and Investigation Service in the MidWest lie was an active member of the Holy Society was a charier mem ber of the American Legion anc a member of St Josephs Catholic Church Funeral arrangements are in The Colonial Funera Home is in charge All About rXff MOOUl Tlie Weather Maien City Mostly cloudy windy and cooler Wednesday night with chance of brief showers early Wednesday night Fair to partly cloudy Wed ncsday night and Thursday Minnesota Much cooler Wednes day night windy Thursday part ly cloudy and cool GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Wednesday 91 53 58 Minimum At 8 am YEAR AGO Maximum son City and Patrick employed Minimum 78 55 Grath wanted to prevent an examination of its files for reasons which cannot but arouse suspi cion Fired in April McGrath fired last April 3 by President Truman after the admin istration clean up drive bogged down was raked over for a second time in Part H of a report by a House judiciary subcommittee Chapter I of the report issued last Monday criticized McGraths appointment ot Ncwbold Morris New York lawyer to head the cleanup campaign and questioned McGraths good faith in making the appointment In reply McGrath commented simply that the report is beneath Ihe dignity of men who care to be honest and honorable Second Installment Advised of Wednesdays second installment the former attorney general told a reporter he had no intention of engaging in a cross fire of discussion on each of the committees interim reports I shall wail until they have concluded their said and at that lime I shall say what I think is appropriate Stalin Message MOSCOW Jeief Sfalincabled President Mae TaoTung night his congratulations en the third anniversary en tho founding ef the Chinese Peo ples Republic Stalin wished new sue cess in building vp the mighty1 peoplesdemocratic f Let the great friendship off the Chinese Peoples Republic and the USSR which is e firm bulwark of peace end securityin the Far East and throughout worldgrow stfongerend proi por ho said Allies Lose 30 Aircraft SEOUL Korea U S Ar orce Wedncseday reported 30 Al ied planes werelost to all causes n September But it said only seven of its jet fighters were shot own in the air battles which cost he Communists a record 62 MIG 5s destroyed The previous one month record for MIGs downed was 44 set last April The announcement came soon after the Allies opened another month of air blows with a mas ive B29 attack against a chemi al plant only 400 yards from the lanchurian border An armada of 48 Superforls dropped afcout 425 ons of high explosives on the Vamsan plant in one the biggest B29 raids of the the island south of Ptuan Also on Cheju are about 13600 captives who have they Would resist repatriation to Communist China The Army said the commander of the Cheju camp Tuesday issued an order against prisoner demon strations Presumably he had an ticipated trouble on the Red anni versary s Work Details f American guards went to the compound at m to form work details to continue construc tion in a vast winterization pro gram An Army announcement added The guards not only found tha prisoners demonstrating milling around and singing but found that they had put up improvised Com munist flags in the compound The guards called the camp com mander and lie issued orders by loudspeaker that ifthe dembnstra tioin was not stopped force would be used The POWs refused to obey this lawful order of the camp com mander and two platoons of U S infantry entered the compound to restore order The POWs took cover behind stone walls of their partially com pleted winter barracks and met the infantry at show ers of stones and rocks and weap ons improvised from which were in the compound for construction purposes Gen Mark W Clark supreme United Nations commander an nounced Saturday he had ordered a naval blockade of the entire Ko rean coast because theReds landed enemy agents behind lied lines including some on Chela and Koje Islands T1a Investigate After word of the battle reached the U N Prisoners of mand headquarters officers flew to Chejuu to gate They Thomas W commander ot the New u jmf   

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