Friday, October 3, 1952

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 3, 1952, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Doily Newspaper Editod for UM C THt NEWSfAPCR THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH I O W A N N I I G H O R PKK aod UolteU Full Wires MASONCITY IOWA FRIDAY OCTOBER 3 19S2 HOME EDITION ljntr ol Two Ono No 30S US Comes to Defense of Ken nan Says American Told the Truth WASHINGTON an Soviet Rus sia Friday demanded the immed iate recall of American Ambassa dor George F Kennan The demand was made in a note terming him persona nongra to personally unacceptable because of recent slanderous at tacks which Moscow said Ken nan had made against the Soviet Union Return to Washington Secretary of State Achcson an nounced that Kennan now in Ge neva Switzerland will return to Washington for consultation He said no consideration has been given to any replacement for Kennanat Moscow Achcson after consulting with President Truman read a state ment at an unusual news confer ence denouncing the Soviet action The governmentof the United States does not accept as valid the charges made by the Soviet government Acheson said He supportedKennan and said that the Kennan remarks which served as the basis for Ihe Mos cow action will be recognized in most parts of the world as truth ful Kennan talking with reporters Berlin Sept 19 compared the restrictipnson foreigners in Mos cow with those undergone by Americans interned in Nazi Ger many after the beginning oE World War II Denounced Him The Communist news paper Pravda thereupon denounced him as a disguisedxas a diplomatViwhof about the Soviet Union Regardless of how the US gov ernment feels about theMoscow demand imcterdiplomatic proce dure it can only comply and with draw Kennan Acheson told newsman in re sponse to questions there was no present intention of asking Russia to recall its to the United States Georgi N Za rubin Ike Backs McCarthy on Wisconsin Tour W1 k r 11 S I r r Adlai States Ike Sold Out Makes Blast Differences in Thinking But Seeking Same Goal ABOARD THE EISENHOWER home town crowd roared its approval Friday as Sen Joseph R Mc Carthy appeared on the platform with Gen Dwight D Eis enhower and introduced to them the GOP presidential nomi Jrt Appleton came just after Eisenhow Reveal Mailed Poll Postage free HST Praises GOP Morse ABOARD TRUMAN TRAIN tin President Truman voiced praise Friday for Republican Sen Wayne Morse of Oregon for refusing to work for Dwight D Eisenhower afterthe general surrendered to Sen Taft And he declared another Repub lican senator William E Langer of North Dakota had informed him this week he doesnt owe the Republican Party anything The President told a trainside crowd at Klamath Falls Ore that Morse can see through the fivestar glitter to the sad fact underneath that the Republican candidate is the captive of the Old Guard Moving through Oregon en route to whistle stops in California and an inspection of Shasta Dam near Redding Truman declared Republican progressivism used to be strong but now it is be ing driven to the wall by the Old Guard Italians Lift Ban on Church ROME Italian govern ment Friday lifted its ban against operations of Americanspon sored Church of Christ in Italy US embassy announcing the decision said it followed dis cussions between the embassy end the Italian government The d e n o m i n a t i o nt 22 churches and one orphanage will be permitted to operate as usual during the period while their ap plication for permanent permis sion is being acted upon by the government E bridge Dubrow minister conselor of the embassy passed on formal notification of thede cision to Cline R Paden head of the Americanled church here FIRE PREVENTION DES MOINES WGov William S Beardsley has designated next week as Fire Prevention Week al Iowa in Tafts Home Town Adla E Stevenson F r i day accuse Dwight D Eisenhower of iseilih out to Republican isolationists i return for their active support i the presidential campaign Lashing out athis rival in th strongest language he has so fa used the Democratic candidat bluntly charged there was price for such support and Eisen hower bows to their demands Tafts Home Town Stevenson made the charge in a speech prepared for delivery in Cincinnati the home town of Sen Robert A Taft who frequently is described as the leader of Ihe con servative isolationist wing of the Republican party The Democratic nominee said there was a real danger thai the new isolationists could Icac the country into a national Iraee He said the GOP isolationists have the money and the organiza tion to control the Republican party and they would call the tune if the Republicans should win the Novem ber election As an example of the price Eisenhower has paid Stevenson said his opponent now follows the isolationist line by talking about cuttingdefense and foreign assist ance programs though only last spring he pleaded with Congress not to cut even from the foreign assistance program Error Drawing a comparison with the HardingCox campaign of 32 years agowhen the League of Nations was an issue Stevenson said that liberal Republicans in 1920 made the fatal error of thinking that they could control the policies of the Harding administralion I think is a real danger of liberaj Republicans making the identical mistake loday he said Stevenson said this may be very agreeable to the general or it may I be a personal tragedy I dont know he observed but I do know that it could also1 be a nalional tragedy as it was in 1920 He Showed His Students how justice Thursday to show you the cTnTV Plead innocent and mi juage asK to see his drivers license The judge looked at the license exclaimed last January That will b fine r appear Wednesdayfor a on the parking ticket He didnt plan bring the dass along Why this expired nee er threw his support behind McCarthy for reelection de spite the differences he said existed between them McCarthy introduced Eisenhower as a man who will make tin out standing next Pres ident of the United States Gen Dwight D Eisenhower During his platform talk Eisen hower referred to the menace of he said One way to defeat Communism is to show a proper regard for our own citizens at home This appeared lo be u crack at McCarthys methods in his Com munistingovermnent charges bill the general didnt pursue the point Public Backing The GOP presidential nominee publicly gave his backing to the controversial Wisconsin senator by saying it was necessary lo elect a Republican team and Congress Weve got to have a strong parly in January Eisenhower told a cheering crowd at Green Bay on the first slop in his drive through McCarthys home state I ask the people of Wisconsin to elect the cnlire slate of those we have nomi nated on our party AlcCarthy was introduced a short lime before Eisenhower slopped out on the platform but McCarthy slopped back into the car before Eisenhower appeared and they did notstand shoulder to shoulder Photographers called for McCarthy to step out and pose Eisen hower but he did not Eisenhower told the crowd il would be a miracle if here Britain Explodes 1st Atomic Weapon in Australia Tests PERTH Australia successfully exploded ils first atomic a baby Abombmounted on a steel tower and probably will set off nore atomic test explosions wilh n a week The worlds 36th known atomic explosion occurred in the heart of he isolated Monte Bello Islands some 50 miles off the West Aus ralian Coast The weapon exploded with a bright orangered flash visible for Q miles and sent a pillar of smoke Jelieved a mile in diameter soar ng more than 12000 feet into the ky The alomic cloud took on a shape as it shot skyward but xperls believe wind currents may lave been responsible for the change of its shape from the fa miliar mushroom of previous alomic explosions Ground rumblings and air con cussions were reported from as far as 150 miles from Ihe lest site Witnesses some 60 miles away said the explosion seemed less spectacular than many of the 32 American atomic explosions But some unofficial scientific observers said Uie tremendous heat which re mained long after the blast indi cated Brilain has produced a bomb of grealer efficiency Dr W G Penny British physi cist in charge of the operation watched the explosion by television rom the aircraft carrier Cam pania flagship of 1G British and Australian warships manned by 000 men laking part in the to werent differences between then and olhcr Republicans Refers to McCarthy Then referring lo McCarthy he said The differences belwccn me and Sen McCarthy are well known to others but what is more important they are well known lo him arid to me and we have discussed them I want to make one thing very clear The purpose that he and I have of ridding this government of incompclenls the dishonest and above all the subversive and dis loyalarc one and the same Our differences therefore have nothing to do with the end result we are seeking The differences ap ply lo melhods WASHINGTON Uf The cam paign manager for Sen Richard M Nixon GOP candidate for vice president said Friday Nixon used Hie franking privilege early this summer In polling Californians on whom they wanted the Republi cans lo nominate for President It had been reported that 230000 letters were sent out under frank Postage Free The f ranking privilege given congressmen allows letters using the frank to be mailed postage free Nixon was a member of the Cali fornia delegation which was sup porting Californias Gov Earl Warren for the presidcntinl nomi nation Murray Chotlncr told a reporter Friday that it is ridiculous for anyone to make a situation out of this In Berkeley Calif Mrs Mar jorie Benedict Republican nation al committcewoman said shere ceived one of the letters but never saw results of the poll I dont believe they were ever published said Mrs Benedict The letter was dignified arid sin cere and simply asked for Ihe re cipients reactions and general thinking on second for Pres i t 1 1 r MOVES AGAINST James McGrancry tells about his plan to strip US citizen ship from naturalized figures in the underworld and de port them to their native lands t US Tears Out Roots of Crime to Deport Aliens WASHINGTONUF1 The Justice Department Jdent The Indignant Protests San Francisco News said College Faculty Examines Dams DBS MOINES WThe Director ef the Stale Conservation Commis sion said Friday two State Univer sity of Iowa faculty members and two from Iowa State College will make a study of faults found in several newlybuilt staiv Jake dams 24 MISSING TOKYO WVThree ships with 24 fishermen were missing after tidal waves and high winds buffeted the shores of Hokkaido Island Friday PRIEST DIES DUBUQUE un The III many backers of Warren sent dignant protests Ib Nixon for con dueling the poll The News was reported the first newspaper to disclose Nixons use of the frank for mailing the let ters It did not give results of the poll or quote the letter Postage on trie letters amounted to it added Rev Msgr Peler OMalley 86 paslor of St Anlhonys Catholic Church here for 54 years died Thursday He was the oldest priest in Dubucjuc in point of service Alt About The Weather Iowa Partly cloudy Friday night continued cooJ Saturday partly cloudy and turning cooler Mason City Partly cloudy Friday night and Saturday with occa sional showers Friday night Minnesota Frost and below freez ing temperatures Friday night Cooler west ant central Satur day GlobeGazelle weather data up to 8 am Friday Maximum 54 Minimum ji At 8 am 43 Revolt Ghjef Assassinated NEW YORK leader of the Dominican Republics revolution ary movement was lured to death by assassination Thursdaynight in a murky tenement hallway Andres Requana 44yearold co publisher of an infrequently pub lished Spanish language newspaper was shot to dealh after a mysteri ous telephone cull summoned him to a tenement house Rcrjuenas newspaper De Pa Lria is editorially opposed to Ihe government of President Hector Trujillo of the Dominican Repub lic It is published here and sneaked into the Latin American country Bwiftly Friday to carry out Attorney Granerys plan to teai try by deporting some A department spokesman of those on McGranerys black list will be picked up for de in the next few weeks Ho said that denaturnlixntion pro cecding would be started against others soon LongRange Program McGrancry announced his long lo a jampacked rcss conference He said the drive wag designed to rid the nation of orelgnborn racketeers and gam blers unsavory characters and of alien Communists He linked the program lo his BAD CHECKS KEOKUK WVPolice Chief E C Albert said Wednesday night he is holding Tom Clark 27 and Lc coy Combs 34 both formerly of Council Bluffs for investigation in connection with a series of bad checks which have been passed in Southeast Iowa recently recent decisionto seek the dena turalizalion of Frank Costcllo New York gambling kingpin nowJ in prison and to bar movie actor Charlie Chaplin from reentering this country unless he satisfies an immigration hearing that he is ad missible McGranery declined to identify any of the 100 persons slated for future denaturalizalion or deporta tion But hu said they were all in Ihe criminal the subversive He Ihcn mcnlioncd the rercul action of the department in seek ngto denaturalize or deport Wii iam G Big Bill Lias of Wheel 5ng W Va Nicholas D Circella of Chicago Hyman Slromberg of Philadelphia Alfred P Polizzi of Cleveland Anthony Volpo of Chi cago and Harry Voilcr of Miami Also Bt Deported He said that once those on his ist have been denaturalized and deprived of their citizenship they also will be deported Blesse Top U S Jet Ace Rescued From Yellow Sea water hose on rebellious prison after tear gas had failed to halt a riot Inmates retali ated with the firehose in the building Mounted Police were called out to reinforce the prison guards SEOUL Korea UP Maj Frederick C Blesse Americas lop jet ace still flying in Korea bailed out into the Yellow Sea Friday afler running out ot fuel in a sear ing chase in which he shot down a Communist M1GI5 jet plane Blesse of Phoenix Ariz was rescued in a few momcntsby a Navy amphibious was returning lo his base at the time he bailed out American Sabrejet pilots shol down a total of three MIGs and damaged four more in aerial dog fights over North Korea Friday raising the October total lo four MIGs dcslroycd und six damaged F8C pilots estimated they saw 90 of the Russianbuilt fighters over North Korea Friday First U Asa Whilehcad Gincs Mich shared a claim in damaging 3 AUG Blesse the hottest jet pilot now m Korea has shot down 10 planes On the ground the enemy swept over four Uniled Nations advance positions in an ominous renewal of heavy fighting on Front UN soldiers lured one of the hills the Western later recap McGranery said that while con centrating on the underworld in the cdrrcnt drive there will of course be no rclaxalion in our conUnuing progra m of deporting Communist aliens lrt this conneclion he was ques tioned closely about his recent ac tion against Chaplin who is now visiting in his native England McGrancry said that once the public knows all Ihe facts about Ihe forlorn little tramp of Ihe si lent pictures people will realize my action has been justified Historical Data Displayed at SUI 10VVA CITY WA ex The sudden heavy Red thrust was believed designed to force Allied concessions in the armistice legotiations at Panmunjom rather than an attempt to break through to Seoul hibit of hislorical documents let ters and books went on display Friday at the Stale University of Iowa The exhibit is part of a col lection owned by Foreman Lebold a Chicago industrialisl It will be at Ihe University through Oct 13 More Nbtiiraf Gas Available in North Iowa But Amount Wont Supply Everyone More natural gas for heating homes willbe availablet soonin Mason City Kensett Manly Norlbwood Clear Lakeand Ven tura Bui Ihe amount wont sat isfy everyone That was the word Friday from Peoples Gas and Elcclric Mason City following an announcement from the Northern Natural Gas Company Omaha that it was re leasing immediately enough gas Lo take care of at least 20000 louse heating jobs in the territory il serves The company wholesales natural gas to Peoples Gas and Electric which servos the six North Iowa towns More Gas Les Hawkins assistant general manager of Peoples Gasand Elec tric said Ihe announcement from Northern meansthat his company will have more gas lo sell Just how much he explained is a ques tion The system of allocation Hawkins said is figured in a com plicated fashion One factor is the amount being consumed iu a given area John Merriam presidentoi Northern Natural Gas said that because of the obvious need fof more healing gas amountingto an emergency Northern h a 3 changed its operations to mako available 40 million cubic feet of additional natural gas a day Hawkins said itwouldtake time to figure how much gas will be available The Peoples Gas and Electric executive estimated there arc 700 to 800 homes in the area his company serves that want gas for heating i Shortage Exists A shorlage of nalural gas has existed in the Mason City area for some time Northern Nalur al Gas applied to the Federal Power Commission for a certificato to increase its daily capacity from 675 million to 825 million cubic feet The certificate has been granted Hawkins said but the FPC at tached certain restrictions that he company believed would make it to operate the pipe