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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 2, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Dally Newspaper EdiUd ior CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH tOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LVIII Associated 1ress and United 1rvss Full wires Stycp Cents a Copy Russia Will Not Hit Capitalistic MOSCOW IPiPremier Josef Stalin said Thursday tha oi XTi UTn W1J not attack the capitalistic countries and thatthey know it But the capitalistic countries will in eyitably war among themselves he said and their capitalis uc system is decaying MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY OCTOBER 2 1952 Thlj Paper Conilsls ot Two One No 30 To do away with the pres n t inevitability of war untie the capitalistic system Stalin said it 3s necessary to destroy impen alism Preserve Peace But the Communist sponsore world pence movement may lea to the overthrow of militaristic governments and their replace ments willing to preserve peac temporarily he said This of course would be good even very good he added Also he predicted countrie which are now economically de pendent on the United States wil hot reconcile themselves to this position forever Western Germany Japan Brit ain France and Italy having fall en into American clutches nov obediently fulfill Americas Stalin said But it would be unreasonable to suppose that those countries can endlessly suffer United States rule and yoke that they will not try to escape from American enslave ment Capital Disintegrating Stalin emphasized in the first ex position of his views in two years that the capitalistic system is dis integrating In an attempt to cover up their decay stimulated by loss of mar kets after World War II the capi talistcountries are resorting to such devices as the Marshall Plan war in Korea and rearmament he said They are acting like a drowning man clutching at a straw1 he commented Stalin went to pains to assert that the Soviet Union poses no threat of aggressionl His argument was that the cris countries is intensi fying His implication was thai the capitalist system facejs event ual death b Loses Hand After Picker Accident A surgeon Thursday amputated the right hand of Richard Tietz 44 Manly after the farmer caught the hand in a corn picker earlier in the day Tietz1 condition was described as good at Mercy Hos pital in Mason City Larson Reveals Get Tough Policy DESMOINES Iff Atty Gen Robert L Larson stirred up over recent operation of bingo and other of chance at Spencer Storm Lake and Wafer loo declared Thursday mere stopping of these games is all over There will be no more warnings The next one we find out about were going to take it bag and all its contents will be confis cated Fire Razes Building in Shenandoah SHENANDOAH twostor brick building in the Shenandoai business district was destroyec early Thursday by fire nary damage estimates indicate the loss may reach Fire chief Fred Funk who made the preliminary damage estimate described the blaze as perhaps the worst in Shenandoah history Three Businesses The building housed the B F Goodrich retail store thc Dr Pep per Bottling Works and the Tidy House Products company The fire was discovered abou midnight and firemen from neigh wring towns aided in preventing its spread to buildings Water still was being poured on the smouldering ruins at 7 am Second Floor Firemen said the blaze appar ently originated on the second ioor which is used for storage Sxact origin of the fire however lad not been determined An explosion occurred during he blaze It blew out the east vail of the building The ceiling second floor collapsed into the sasement and only one wall re mained standing Thursday jnorn ng Kansas City Rail Tieup KANSAS CITY at he Kansas City railroad terminal Yilal Midwest junction were crip led Thursday by a suddenswitch liens strike Freight trains were halted on 12 riink lines Supervisory personnel f the Kansas City Terminal Rail vay Company were attempting to nove passenger and mail trains Terminal employes operate all rains while they are on terminal property The switchmen voted the strike ifter breakdown of negotiations ivcr eight alleged contract viola ions Trunk lines using the lermirial acililies are the Atchison Topeka vc Santa Fe Chicago Burlington Quincy Chicago Great Western Chicago Milwaukee St Paul aeific Chicago Rock Island acific Gulf Mobile Ohio Kan as City Southern MissouriKan asTexas Missouri Pacific St LouisSan Francisco Union Pacific nd Wabash These lines jointly own the ennina1 Railway Company CABBY REFUSED TO driver Belton of Boston says hell goto jail before hell pay n fed eral income tax on his patrons tips I consider them gifts he says and as gifts there is 7io tax on those dimes and quarters GOP Leader Charges Vets Administration With Wasting Funds WASHINGTON iff The Veterans Administration vhich plans to iay off 2250 hospital employes in an economy nove was accused by a Republican campaign leader Thurs lay of squandering its GI eclucationarfunds The VA announced Wednesday that by Nov 4 it wil ischarge 2250 workers h e administrative special k i i i i Mike Hinich Is Indicted for Murder ervices custodial and mainlc ance ranks at Us 92 hospital ntllwp domiciliary facilities The A has 155 hospitals and lOf linics Bring Within The announcement said the per onnel reduction is a step de igncd to help bring the agencj ithin funds appropriated Thi fAs budget request for mcclica ctivities during the year which tartetl July 1 was reduced byCon ress from to 18634 Frank C Hilton Veterans Div sion chairman of the Republican National Committee contended in statement Thursday Unless there is a change in the alional administration veterans ffairs handled by the Veterans dministration will continue to row worse Snarling Benefits Hilton said both Democrats and epublicans arc uncovering in tances in which the VA is snarl tig veterans benefits and wasting ncounted millions of dollars With educational benefits now xtended to Korea veterans Hil on said there arc further op ortunitics to repeat thc known verpayment of approximately 100 lillion dollars for training From 1944 to 1950 Hilton said 4 per cent of cases investigated howcd Maladministration ncgli ence giftacceptance or outright riminal activity by VA person The Cerro Gordo County gran Jury afternoon re turned a first degree murder in diclment against MikeHinich GO yearold former cement plan worker who is charged with shoot ing his wife Dorothy in the BJu Ribbon Tavern here on the nigh of July 12 Lloyd Lemmon Robertson bar tender at the Blue Ribbon wa also indicted by Die grand jury fo selling beer to an 18ycnrold youth last July 4 County Attorney James R Brown said both will be ar raigned within three or four days Hinich was arrested by Mason City police after he had fired foui shots at his 30yearokl wife Two of the shots entered her spine Tavern patrons said they re trained Hinich when he attempted to fire two shots into his own lead Hinich had been free on bond District Judge T A Beard more set the indictment bond a M L Mason Hinichs al orncy said the bond would be Furnished perhaps Thursday af ernoon Hinich told police at the time of he shooting that he wanted to kil his wife and himself because of hi own ill health because he wa jealous of her and she had filcc suit for divorce They were mar jed Dec 15 1951 It was his sec ond TIRED TOOTS ESEveyn Green andAnnette Damanne rest their tired a stanwav leachngto their ninth floor office in Chicago The girla likrthousantS nf other office workers had to walk because of a strike of loop office builcJingTelevato on Eisenhower Group Plans Big Radio Television Drive NEW YORK on The Citizens or Eisenhower organization said hursday it plans an intensive rn iio television campaign to beam he Republican presidential Candi iDlc into as many American lomcs as possible How much it vill cost is uncertain Meantime in Springfield Hlv ov Adlai Stevensons headcjuar ers said Iowa is among 12 states with 249 electoral votes which the OP believes can give it victory A Stevenson spokesman said 10P plan for an Eisenhower on the hour radio and program in 49 counties of the 2 stales will include several owa areas Along with Iowa the 12 states inciudc Connecticut Maryland New Jersey New York Pennsyl vania Ohio Indiana Michigan Califprnia Wisconsin and Illinois Iowa counties listed as included in the plan were Polk Black Hawk Cerro Gordo DCS Moines Dubucfuc Linn Scott Wapcllo and Woodbury ke S Let Asians hi Asians in Korea Truman Says Ike Not Man to Lead U S Asserts Eisenhower Is Good General ABOARD TRUMAN TRAIN A cheering overflow audience at Spokane heard President Truman lie into D wight D Eisen hower Wednesday night is a good general but a man to lead this nations civil government The President bubbling with a spirited campaign fervor that seemed to respond to the crowds demand that he Give em hell Harry brought out his charge again that Republican snoHygost ers arc running the Eisenhower campaign Spreads Untruths Thc President has used the term snollygoster frequently recently ixplaining that U refers to a man who spreads untruths for his own political benefit These persons he said are lead ng the general and are serving up words to frighten thc people Eisenhower he said paid an un conscious tribute to thc Democrat c Party when in his acceptance ipeech at Chicago he said We are now at the moment in lislory when under God this na Lion ol ours has become the mlght esl temporal power and the might est spiritual force on earth His hardhilling attack on the general followed a theme he had continued through much of his cur trip Like Ike But That centered around an I like Ike but approach that paid tri butc to the generals ity but called him n captive of the reactionary vindictive wing oi thc Old Guard in he Republican Party Police Chief Clyde Phelps csti mated his Spokane audience at 4000 in the Armory and said there ivere 1500 others who couldnt get n The President brought a roar of aughter when he departed from lis prepared text to give his com ment on statements by Eisenhow er and other Republicans Hint axes can be reduced by sloshing government expenditures for na ional defense purposes BOURKE HICKENLOOPER HOMER FERGUSON GOP Truth Squad Follows Truman on WhistleStopping WASHINGTON UP A flying truth sqund of Republican sen ators swings into action Thursday night in a drive to discredit Presi dent Trumans whistlestop assaults on thc GOP v National Chairman Arthur E Summcrfichl said the group will leap frog ahead and behind Mr TrumanHe announced thtit Sens Homer Ferguson Mich Bpurkc Ilickonloopcr In and Francis ase S13 willmoot night in Kalispcll Mont where Mr Truman spoke Wednesday Sen Koreans Should Bear Brunt WhistleStopping Through Illinois ENROUTE WITH EISENHOW ER D Eisenhower said Thursday that if there must war in Asia let it be Asians against Asians We dont want the Asians to think thc white man is their enemy he said It there must be war let it be Asians against Asians Whisfl Stop The GOP presidential candidate made thc remark in a whistlestop speech4 at Decatur 111 He was reiterating his oftstated position that South Koreans should bear the brunt of the Korean War The South Korean battlefront should be manned by Eisenhower said Xmericantroops should be used as reserves We should niakecertain ttittthVaD 000000 South Koreans are pared to man their own front linos Eisenhower said There Is no EUGENE MILLIKIN Ike Gives Promise to Smith Try to Stop Commie Issue WASHINGTON Wl The head of he Central Intelligence Agency ays Gen Dwight D Eisenhower promised to do what he could to lop any Republican move to make a campaign issue of possi Mc Communist infiltration of thc Gen Walter Bedell Smilh in ormcd President Truman of this Vcdnesday in a memorandum cut to the Presidents campaign rain It was made public there Would Smilh said both Eisenhower the epublican presidential candidate nd Gov Adlai Stevenson his Jemocratic opponent had indi alcd their agreement it would e deplorable if thc question be ame a political issue The CIA chief said Monday in CnlonMcCarlhy libel case prc rial testimony that he believed leds have penclratcd every U S ccurily agency including his wn Laler he explained that what e really meant was that to be afe he operated on such an as umption He said he actually did ot know ot any Communists in Shocking Revelation GOP National Chairman Arthur Sumrnerfieid issued a state icnt saying Smiths statement bout Communists in government as a shocking revelation and lat the GOP would stage a nar onwidc expose on the subject Smilh said in his memorandum o the President that he called olh Eisenhower and Stevenson ruler previous instructions to ecp both informed on intelligence mtitlcrs and read his later clari ing slatement Give Native Girls Confidence HOLLYWOOD Calif motion picture studio said Thurs day it had figured out a way to give Fiji Island hula girls confi dence Warner Brolhcrs announced it had shipped 278 pairs of bloomers to a unit inthe filming a movie with native girls in the cast as dancers Girls wearing grass skirts must have something underneath to give them confidence the studio was told by a Fiji tribal chief Kefouver Praises Adlai in Speech at Centerville CENTERVILLE la Estcs Kefauvcr look to the stump Thursday for the man who defeated him forthe Democratic presiden tial nomination saying only Gov Adlai E Stevenson can bring the change needed in Washington The Tenncssccan enlisted for the duration in thc Stevenson campaign in a speech prepared for delivery at the annual Pancake Day celebration here First The address was his first political speech since his defeat at the Democratic convention by Steven son andmarked the opening of a 24day crosscountry lour he will make for the Democratic presiden tial Uckct Kefjjuvcr made it clear that his campaign will be pitched on the theme that the Republicans have misappropriated the time for a change argument Poinling out that he had been a presidential candidate because thought it was time for a change Kefauver said immediately after Stevenson won the nomination I was not sure that we would getthe kind of change in policies and ap proach that I felt was necessary Want to Be Shown There seemed to be enough Missouri in the Stevenson cam Eugene D MillikJn Colo will join the group later Sen A S Mlko Monr6ney chair man of the Democratic National Committees Speakers Bureau scoffed that if the GOP truth sqiind tells the truth it will make a real contribution toward a Re publican defeat in November The Republicans must bemigh ty worried by the effectiveness of President Trumans speeches when feASriS doSnse against him Monroney said he South Koreantroops there to hold their own lines1 vk Decatur known as the soy bean capital of the world is a Republi can area with a a GOP congress man and state senator Eisenhower said that thc Repub lican Party was offering Ameri cans onopledge That after four years in office the people will Jcnotr Lhut they have had fairplay from their governmentand a pro jram based on the principle of what is good for Such an Eisen hower said would not wait until 15dnys after the soybean harvest before determining what a de cent price was He said sucha blunder was due either to an effort of keeping thc price down or incompetence He said the Tru man administration was guilty of a fiasco in his matter Earlier Eisenhower said the US might have avoided two world wars and the if it had been properly prepared spir itually economically and militar ily Adlai Writes Talks While j Ike Visiting SPRINGFIELD 111 Adlai E Stevenson plannedto lending to his ownbusiness writ ing anilRepublican speeches when his GOP adversary Dwight 0 Eisenhower comes to Iowa Thursday Stevenson felt he had adequate ly conformed to etiquetle by in viting the former fivestar general and his wife to drop in at tW governors mansion for lunch The R e p u b lican presidential nominee however replied he would be loo busy Eisenhower FRANCIS CASE paign to make me want to be shown he said After watching thfe Stevenson campaign for thepast month Ke fauver said I sec in his campaign the opportunity to get the kind of change I want for the United Stales In Stevenson he said he lias found a man whom the bosses among thc Democrats couldnt control even it they had once thought they could All About The Weather Mason City Generally fair Thurs day night with frost Not so cool be hard at work drumming Friday Iowa Fail and cool with light scattered frost west half Friday partly cloudy and warmer Minnesota Partly cloudy and not guile so cool northwest Friday increasing cloudiness and warm er will against Stevenson and the Demo crats in this Lincoln territory of Central Illinois Stevensons top aide got in some hard licks at Eisenhower Wednes day even though the Democratic presidential candidatewas keep ing quiet about his rival during Eisenhowers visit here Wilson Wyatt personal campaign manager for the governor ac cused Eisenhower ot torturing truth and said it was sadden ing to find a man who has wrillcn such a bright page in history resorting to such tactics Speaking before a meeting of Volunteers for Stevenson Wyatt said Eisenhower was conducting i campaign independent ofaccur acy and fact GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Thursday Maximum Minimum At fi a m 71 41 SELL CARS DBS MOINES in Thc Executive Council has approved the sale of nine used state which were turned in for new   

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