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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 6, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T HE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES AIL NOHTMIOWANS N I I C H I 0 R S HOME EDITION Associated and United Full Wirci Seven Cenli a Copy One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL Managing Editor Communism Has Its Troubles Too KLL America seems these days tobe divided into two those who shake in their boots a the very mention of the word Rus sia and those who are impresse not at all by the Communist threat And I dont know which point o view is the more to be censuret We need to see and treat Russi as she is not as we wish she wer and not as we fear her to be On the one hand we must no blind our eyes to the obvious fac that the Kremlin is bent on wor domination Thats uppermost in the Communist book In this Stalin and his associates are but pickin up the imperialistic ambitions o the worst of Russias czars whi once sat exactly where Stalin sit today The evil force which opposes the ideal of freedom on our eartham keeps peaceloving peoples on a war economy today would be more accurately referred to as a Rus sian Imperialism than as a World Communism This is precisely wha drove Tito and Yugoslavia out o the Russian camp To recognize this is merely to face up to the indisputable facts o a world situation Its the Russiai threat which forces us to a pro gram of military preparedness more costly than any we have evei known By life same token we find it good business however expen sive to help other free nations keep themselves militarily and economi cally strong Strength Is Required Doing less than we are would be to invite peril to our national se curity I make this observation so that there will be no misunder standing about my further views to be expressed in this visit with you Its my considered opinion based on study from a distance as wel as on closerange observation thai If we of the free world will keep ourselves strong long enbugh weI be on hand to preside oyer the burial rites of that evil thing calfec Communism Communism is a phony Com munism is a counterfeit Com munism is neither a religion nor a substitute for religion Com munism has nothing to recommeno it as a political or economic sys tem More than that and this on the hopeful side Communism con tains within itself the seeds of its own destruction We have only to give those seeds sufficient time foi germination incubation and growth Whether five years or 25 years will be required I cant say I only know that Communisms death 3s foreordained and inevit able MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY OCTOBER 4 1W2 Paper ConilaU of Two OM He Likes to Swap Troubles In our preoccupation with our own trialsand tribulations all of us I think are disposed to assume that everything is peachcsand cream behind the Iron Curtain And howwrong we are in such an as sumption Its my guess that Joe Stalin would be tickled pink to swap troubles with us at this moment And well he should be because our problems are minor by comparison Moreover we have the means at hand to solve them Thatcant be said by the Commies Tyranny then more tyranny is the only force the Kremlin can bring to bearon the worst of its problems The one most important fact about Communism is that it was never accepted by any people who were given a free choice Nor would it be retained by any peo ple whose wishes could be made to prevail Communism can perpetuate it self only by keeping a pistol at the temple of its subject people Its genius if it can be so called lies in its ability to do this over an ex tended period of time Other tyran nies such as Hitlers and Musso linis were not even as longlived as 35 years Theyd Welcome Hit Death Toe Stalin knows that more than half of the people enslaved by Communism would be overjoyed by the news of his death He knows that millions of them would like to do the job themselves at least a few of them right in his immedi ate political family What happened to Trotzky what happened to millions of Russians who didnt hew to the party line could happen to anybody in Russia today Every Communist leader in Russia or thc satellite nations is a potential sacrificial goat Ana ranker o Romania Rtidolph CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 SOUTH PACIFIC STAR WEDSStage and screenItar Janet Blairand her South Pacific stage manager Nick Mayo duck a shower of rice after their wedding in San Francisco Sunday night The ceremony was postponed hours when other members of the cast were delayed enroute from Sacramento Bloody Futile Fighting for Korean Hill Position SEOUL Korea UP US Marines fought through six bloody hours of Chinese Communist artillery and machine gun fire Monday in a futile effort to recapture an important hill position on Koreas Leathernecks of the 7th Marine Regiment slugged their close to the crest of the low outpost hill but the Beds held fast Chinese troops captured thehill Friday Most of the action along the 155 mile baltlefront Sunday night arid Monday centered on the sensitive Gillette Hits Contributions for Campaign WASHINGTON Ut Sen Guy M Gillette said Monday any loss of freedom in the nations elections would destroy democracy more effectively than 100 divisions of Russian troops can do it The Iowa democrat said cam aign in hesc days of highcost campaign put an officeholder on the spot He must reckon with the day Gillette said when the con ributor might have a special in eresl in conflict with the public nterest He might find it difficult to serve two Gillette said n an interview in U S News and Vorld Report a newsmagazine published in I dont think you can meet hose things by legislative enact ment Gillette added You all mow you cant legislate moral ly PICK OF CROP summer beauty queens hasnt passed Here Gloria of Puducah stands calfdeep in cotton after being named queen of the annual National Cotton Picking Contest in Blythe ville Ark Self Wounding WASHINGTON the Ko rean War as in all others there are some soldiers who deliberate ly wound themselves to get out of battle or out of the Army But the Army believes al though it cant prove it one way or the other that the number in this war is comparatively small in response to questions the provost marshal generals office Monday made a spot check of records of the Far East Com mand from the period July 1 1951 to June 30 1952 The office said that showed only seven cases which were established definitely as selfinflicted wound ing Western Front Patrol clashes were reported from the eastern end of the line Carrier based Navy warplanes teamed up with U S Fifth Air Forde fighterbombers Sunday and unloaded tons of bombs rockets and napalm on y sprawling Red supply dump at Hoeyang south of Wonsan on North Koreas East Coast The Navy said 2G3 planes from the carriers Princeton Kearsage and Essex took part in the raid thebiggest naval air strike in sev eral months Arrest Made in Exile Robbery OKLAHOMA CITY Fed era Bureau of Investigation in an early morning raid Monday arrest ed a Duncan Okla machine shop operator in connection w i t h the robbery of two Cuban ex iles in Ft Wortfr Friday The FBI identified the man as Gene Norris who is charged with interstate transportation of stolen property OfyiHe Chambless Oklahoma City ga v e himself up Saturday night after being sought in con nection with the robbery Loan Group Elects Man From Algona BURLINGTON WC R La Barre of Algona was elected Mon day as the new president of the Iowa Savings and Loan League which is holding its 61st annual convention in Burlington CATHOLIC WOMEN CRESTON WVThe DCS Moincs Diocesan Council of the National Council of Catholic Women has re elected Mrs Bernard Cull en Wiota president Chicago Elevator Strike Is Settled CHICAGO UP Elevtor op erctors ended a sixdayold strike Monday and 500000 down town office workers were assured that they could once more ride to the tops of tall in stead of hiking up thousands of stairs Members of Local M AFL Ele vator Operators and Starters Union voted to accept changes in wages and working conditions of fered by the Building Managers Association The operators began return ing to work at a m CST Union and management officials said some loop office workers could stop climbing stairs im mediately and that service prob ably will be back to normal by nightfall Top Red Attacks America at Opening of Conference MOSCOW UVrGcorgi M Malon kov told the worlds Communists Sunday night bosses of the United States arc bent on world domination through a war with the Soviet Union and the USSR there fore is strengthening and will strengthen its defense capabili ties Joseph Stalin looked on as Malen kov along with V M Molotov con sidered a probable heir to the Stalin mantle delivered an hourslong ad dress to the opening session of the 19th Congress of the AtUnion Soviet Communist Party He de nounced US ruling circles and laid down the Communist program for the future Malcnkov portrayed President Truman and other American lead crs as plotting world domination and driving the Capitalist world toward economic breakdown and war But the USSR is prepared to cooperate with the US and other powers for peace Malenkov said On surface at least this ap pears to contradict the words of Stalin published last Thursday Stalin said there was more likeli hood of war between Capitalist na tions than between the USSR and the Capitalist world because of contradictions hi the Capitalist systems competition for markets However the point Malcnkov ap pears to be making is that the So viet Union will continue to build its defensive might to the ul Adlai Reveals 15000 Mile Tour 8 National RadioTV Broadcasts SPRINGFIELD 111 WVGov Ad lai E Stevenson of Illinois an nounced Monday a hardhitting campaign schedule which will car ry him 15000 miles across 25 states before election day Wilson Wyatt campaign manager for the Democratic presidential nominee coupled the announce ment of the eight national televisionradio broadcasts with these news con ference comments 1 He President Trumans whistle stopping tour is helping Stevenson materially because Tru man is pointing out the facts Facts are avery healthy thing Wyatt said and Lthink the Presi dent is contributing a lot of health i 2 Stevenson it going to eon tinuetq talk sense to the American people and not talk down to them 3 He Republican pUn to suppjy cannedanswers Dwight D EisenhYwer to local questions asked radio programs smacks of selling ivory soap or bubble gum and is im worthy of a presidential candidate Such a contempt for the intclli gencc of the American people is beyond the imagination Wyatt commented 4 Stevenson expects to carry the South but regards it as A very important part of the United States and therefore is taking his campaign into that area 5 Crowds at speeches are not so importantas getting the Demo cratic nominees message over to TV anil radio audiences Stevenson strikes out Tuesday on a fiveday eightslate trip by air with his primary sights set on a major speech on all aspects of Communism at Detroit Tuesday night On that trip he will touch Mich igan Illinois Wisconsin Missouri Dklahoma Louisiana Florida and Tennessee before returning here next Saturday night His second tour also by air will carry him into Wyoming Utah Washington Oregon Cali fornia and Texas Starling with a major TVradio speech in Chicago Oct 21 Ste venson will make a lengthy whistlestopping train tour of New York Pennsylvania OhioMassa chusetts Rhode Island Connecti cut Now Jersey and Delaware Maryland and West Virginia Blame Union for Meat Shutdown OMAHA Cudahy Meat Packing Co Sunday blamed I h e United Packinghouse Workers of America CIO for the continued shutdown of several Midwestern plants which has thrown 7000 em ployes out of work The company charged in a news paper advertisement that it was ready to extend the old contract and negotiate on a new one but that the union would not sign such an agreement despite published union advertisements stating H would do so Ken nan Declines Comment on Reds FRANKFURT Germany George F Kennan ousted United States ambassador to Moscow ar rived hero by train Monday from Geneva Switzerland and declined to comment on the Soviet demand for his immediate recall I will make no statement of any sort on the action of the Soviet government he said He added he would offer no statement about any Soviet mat ters SMILING Harry Truman and daugh ter smilefrontftheix train1 asv theypass through is the first President to visit this California town in 33 years Trijman made no speech in deference to Sunday Truman Defends Character of Demo Administration PROVO Utah Truman issued a stinging rebuke to critics of his administrations moral character Mon day and said he was confident that history will bear me out 1 hear a lot of talk about government by crony in Wash ington the President Thats sheer and politics Flying Colors J try to find the best qualified people I can Most of the peo 1 have broughtinto govern ment have stood the lest with fly ng colors he said Mr Truman defended the moral fiber of his administration in a political address prepared for de livery in the Brigham Young University Stadium I have done my best these seven years lo keep the quality of the federal service high to attract good people and keep them in their jobs to defend them against unfair and unprovcn attacks the Presi dent said 1 have had same disappoint ments now and then along Hie way but overall I am proud of the result proud and rather confi dent that history will bearme out Much Abused The President said government officials and employes are being much abused in this election year But I want you to know that there is no finer group of people in this world than those who work for servants in the gov ernment of these United Slates tie said Mr Truman told his audience hat the underlying difference jetwcen the Republican and Demo cratic parties boils down to a very simple thing The Democratic Party is a WASHINGTON Fortytwo per cent of the young men called up by draft boards during the Ko rean war have been found unfit for military service records show that 1128000 youths have been re jected for physical mental or mor al reasons out of the 2700000 or dered to reportfor induction since August 1050 Thai is a rejection rale of nearly 42 per cent During World War II when physical standards were about the same as they are now lolilical organization that has a icart The Republican Party is ruled by a little group of men who have calculating machines where their hearts ought to be 20 DROWN HULL Eng ff Twenty crew men of the British fishing trawler Norman drowned when their ves sel foundered in a dense fog off the rocky southeast coast of Green land it was reported Monday There was only one survivor LOSES ARM BURLINGTON M Robert Bar ry 22 mail room employe at the Burlington railroad depot lost an arm Sunday when he apparently slipped and fell under tho wheels of a moving train 42 Per Cent of Draftees Found Unfit for Service the rejection cent was only 36 per Selective Service officials sftld they were by their own figures They bad expected the rejection rale to be lower be cause Korean draftees have been Lakcn mainly from the supposedly healthy 19 through 25 age group while World War U draftees in cluded many older men A spokesman for the Army Sur geon Generals office offered one possible explanation The first men called up after the start of the Ko rean war were those closest to their draftproof 26th birthdays Many of these same men had pre viously been screened for military duty in World War If and either deferred or rejected ike Declares Harry Offering Sheer Bunk Takes Off Gloves for Second Time ABOARD THE EISENHOWER SPECIAL WGen Dwight D Ei senhower tore into President Tru man again Monday as leading a clattering din and Tiring blanks in the presidential cam paign Taking off the gloves for the second time in three days Eisen hower heatedly denied the Presi dents statement that a GOP vic tory would mean no reclamation projectsfor the northwest Truman said in a visit to Hungry Horse tDam that the peoplehad better take a look at Republicanswon in Novem they see anyrmore likeil It was In Spokane last week thai President Iranian rippedout hU damn lie statement about Eiseh hower Truman said that the GOP can didate was trying to disavow for eign policies which he had had a part in that any de nial was a damned lie Sheer Bonk Eisenhower termed sheer bunk the campaign charges made by declared that a Re publican administration would do what was best for specting the rights of all groups without trying to dictate to them He said another of these blank salvos fired at the Republicans was that they would abolish social security Eisenhower said the so cial programs would not be endan gercd by the should be expanded most to thwart plans of imperialist aggressors Keynoting the first such Party Congress in 13 years Malenkov aid down this program for tha uture In the foreign field the USSR vill fight against plans for insti gating a new war while Irices santJy strengthening the defensive might of the Soviet State so that it an crush and repel any aggres sors On the economic scene the Party ill sponsor cooperation and de velopment of commercial ties with all nations On the domestic front the USSR will strengthen the economic mightof the country by overfulfiU mcnt of the tasks of the fifth five year plan v About 2000 delegates represent inglhe 60J3000 members and 869 000 candidate members of theSo viet Communist Party heard the keynote speech which in the past often has been given by Stalin him self Malenkov pictured the Soviet Un ion as growing ever stronger and more prosperous but h4 warned Lhat Capitalist encirclement eW Ists and there are threats of new aggression from the side of the1 Western warmongers The Soviet Union would remain he said the chief opponent of a new war and he chief pillar of peace Malenkov Jwhose audience in 1 u d e d lopranking Communist leaders from many countries alto claimed Soviet strides in 1 atomic energy saying the USSR intends to use it for peaceful purposes Soviet scientists he said liquidated the dominant positions of the USA in Ms field and dealt a serious blow lo the warmongers who tried to use the atomic secret and atomic weap on for purposes of blackmail in manner to frighten other people This was the only mention he made of the atomic weapon as r Judge Wont Dismiss Jury Probing Oil WASHINGTON S District Judge James II Kirkland Monday refused to discharge a specia grand jury organized here lasi month to investigate an allcgec international oil monopoly Five large oil companies had asked the court to dismiss the grand jury or transfer the pro ceedings to the Southern District of New York The judge said he was impressed by the companies plea that the inquiry here would cause them hardship because most of their records are in principal offices in New York But the concern for the cala mity indicated must stop at the stages of sympathy he said Judge Kirkland held that under a new rule of federal procedure he would not transfer the case be cause the oil companies are nol yet defendants Unseasonable Cold Wave Brings Frost and Snow By The Associated Press A cold snap bringing record some Monday between the Great Lakes and the Rockies Temperatures dropped to 5 above zero at Douglas Wyo and some snovv fell in Colorado and the Lake Superior region Readings of 20 degrees at Dubuque Iowa and 28 degrees in Chicago set records The unseasonably cool weather covered all but the Atlantic and Pacific Coast states and the South Early morning temperatures in cluded Oelwein la 16 Iowa City la 19 Chadron Neb 7 Des Moines 24 St Louis 31 Minne apolis 35 New York CO Miami 72 Seattle 46 and Los Angeles 59 Clear Lake Youth Shot j In Forehead Rollin Treu 17yearold Clear Lake High School Senior was re ported in fair condition at a Ma son City hospital Monday morning from a bullet wound he received ia tho head while hunting near Fer tile Sunday His companions said the bullet was a stray and they did not know who fired it Treu son of Mr and Mrs Ger ald 1105 Main Clear was hunting with Jim Card and Allen Erickson both Clear Lake seniors when the accident pcned Cerro Gordo County sheriffs of ficers said that Treus told them that they were walking up a hill when they heard ashofc and Treu fell to the ground bullet entered Treus forehead and lodged in the sinus area Erickson and Card took Treu back to their car parked nearly a mile away then rushed him to the hospital Both Cerro Gordo and Worth County authorities are investigate ing the accident T Friley Describes WOITV Operation j PORTLAND Ore of the nations only collegeowned television station was described to a group of educators here by Dt Charles E Friley president of Iowa State College i Dr Friley addressing the Asso ciation of Governing Boards of State Universities Saturday said VVOlTV is operated as a commer cial venture and profits are dsed for production of educational pro grams rAII About The Weather Mason City Clearing and very cool Monday night low 15 to 20 Tuesday partly cloudy with slow ly rising temperatures high 48 to 52 Iowa Partly cloudy Tuesday fair with slowly rising temperatures Minnesota Partly cloudy and tinned cool Tuesday generally fair with rising temperatures f Globe Gazette weather daU uj to 8 a m Monday Maximum 43 Minimum a At 8 a m   

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