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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 7, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited lor ihe Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LVMI Associated Press aoU United Press Full Ltix Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY OCTOBER 7 1951 This Puiicr Conslbls ot iwo Ono No 311 Ike Comforting Reds Adlai General Keeps Rapping HST n A Key Height in Raging Fight SAG1NAW Mich Adlai E Stev rn O OLCV enson Tuesday accused Gen Dwight D Eis enhower of giving comfort to Soviet Rus comfort to Soviet Rus sia by labelling American prosperity as war born Stevenson the Democratic pres Idential nominee said in an ad dress prepared for the opening o a fiveday campaign lour in the Midwest and South that there is no greater disservice the Republi can candidate could do America in its world role than to sugges that our economic strength a home is a war prosperity Soviets Gain When the general speaks of our prosperity as being warborn who can gain comfort except the So viets who shout to the world that we have undertaken our defense program not to insure peace but to prevent a depression at home by waging war abroad the Illinois governor demanded He added Wo expect this kind of talk from irresponsibles and isolation ists but not from a man who was formerly looked upon as an under standing leader in world Eisenhowers statement on which Stevenson teed off was made in several speeches At Philadelphia on Sept 4 the general declared that today our initiative imagina tion and productive system arc once more tied and shackled to war arid the prospect of ing War Economy Our economy is a war economy ABOARD THE EISENHOWER SPE CIAL Dwight D Eisenhower was virtually ignoring Adlai Stevenson Tuesday to feud with President Truman over which Our prosperity is perily a wnr pros Not so said Stevenson Instead he contended that our high stand ard of livinghas been maintained since the Korean outbreak nol be cause of defense program but in spitbrOf it Loveless Cites Road Building in Beardsley County OELWE1N C Love Joss Democratic nominee for gov ernor said Monday night one twentieth of the money spent on primary roads in the last fiscal year was used for roads in War ren County the homecounty of his opponent Gov William S Beards ley In remarks prepared for an ad dress to a Young Democrat meet ing Loveless referred to a recent statement by Beardsley that the highway construction program has caught up Then Loveless com mented The only highway construction whichis caught up in Iowa must be in Warren Counlv SAME DATE ENROUTE v vi v uj v I iiVs I party would do the most for the Pacific Northwest in water power dcvel opment The GOP candidate drew a beac on Truman as his prime target of ridicule and scorn while push ing through Washington into Ore gon on his 28state transcontinent al drive Nonsense Fiction In Seattle Monday night Eisen liower referred to Truman as at expert in political demagoguerj W I T H TRUMAN giving the people a course in non HST Made Mistake on Eisenhower T r u m a n sai Tuesday he made a mistake The crowd of some 5000 tha jammed cheered the Civic lustily Ice Arena Eisenhowci V It I VV 11 11UJ when he said in 1945 Gen Dwight government operating on the the D Eisenhower was qualified to be ory that the federal government President do everything for us and to Mr Truman charged that since Eisenhower won the Republican nomination for President the five star genera has betrayed every principle about our for eign policy ant our national de fense that thought he be lieved in The Republi can candidate Mr T r u m a i said has be trayed his prin TRUMAN ciples by publicly endorsing cver Republican candidate in the coun try regardless of whether that mai s the blackest of reactionaries a diehard isolationist or even moral scoundrel Mr Truman said if there is anx one man to whom Eisenhower owes Doubleheadei SHENANDOAHA political doo bleheader is set Wednesday as Shenandoah holds itsannual Pancake Day Arch foes Presi dent Harry Truman and Ohio Sen Robert A Taft are scheduled to speak Mr Truman will speak at pm Taft at 3 pm a great debt of loyally and grali Lude it is Gen George C Mar shall But Mr Truman said Eisen hower has endorsed and publicly embraced two Republican candi latcs for moral had subjected Mar shall to contemptible infamous itlacks Begin Picketing at Meat Plant SIOUX CITY union em ployes began picketing the Cudahy Packing Company plant here Tues lay and said that last weeks work toppage has now entered the stal ls of a strike Grant Holbrook president of Lo al 70 United Packinghouse Work rs of America said the picketing vas the result of a breakdown of ontract negotiations between the ompany and the union at Chica go WORK ON INAUGURAL STAND began erecting on the capitol steps in Washington the stand on which the next President will be on Jan 20 The steel is this same used at the inauguration of President Truman in 1949 sense fiction And he called the Truman regime a wholehog beamed An additional 5000 per sons were seated in a High School football stadium nearby listening to the speech through loud speak ers Cheers Again The crowd cheered again when Eisenhower said of Trumans at tacks against him and the Repub licans You have b c c n conducted through an underworld of imagin ary devils He went on to outline his own ideas about the development o Western resources which he saic would mean the full use of pri vale resources plus a localstate federal partnership in reclaim tioh programs FBI Begins Cutdown in Personnel WASHINGTON Federal Bureau of Investigation with per sonnel recently at peak levels has begun a gradual reduction of staff to get its payroll within the limits of current appropriations Bureau officials said the cut can be carried out without interference vilh vital internal security asks because some of FBIs routine in vestigations of applicants for gov ernment jobs have been shifted to he Civil Service Commission No Firings A bureau official said in response o inquiries that no firings arc in irogress or FBI is imply depending on the normal number of resignations without re placements to bring the payroll nto line During this freeze on new ap Ointments the bureau has also uspenclcd staff transfers on its motion from one grade to an ther which might involve higher lay W4 Million Congress gave FBI a 1053 fiscal ppropriation of com arcd with last year nd the new funds were further ut to about 77 million when the Budget Bureau impounded a por ion to be used as needed by the pprapriale agency in the invcsli alion of job applicants Three Injured in Family Accident Near Mason City Kenneth Crotly 11 Route 2 was n fair condition at a Mason City lospital and his sistcriniaw Mrs Robert Crotly 21 was in good con lition following an unusual acci dent late Monday afternoon in vhich two cars driven by members f the same family collided on a ounlry road Highway patrolmen said the ac idcnt occurred about miles norlheasl of Mason City They said a brush fire produced dense smoke ovcring the road The autos were driven by Carl Crotty 18 and Mrs Robert Crotly both of Route 2 Cenncth Carls brother was rid ng with the sisterinlaw Patrolmen said both autos were otally wrecked Carl was taken o a hospital but not held Mrs Grotty was reported to have suf ered face and chest injuries Ken icth was being treated for head jn urits Commies in Biggest Assault JJy STAN CARTER SEOUL big push by 15000 Chinese Communists which overran seven Allied hill positions in the first onset curly Wednesday breached defenses of one of two heights guarding the road to Seoul Confused reports from the front some 50 miles north of his Korean Capital said the penetration was made on White Horse Mountain and Allied counterattacks were trying to seal off the breach The Reds appeared to be letting up on their assault on nearby Arrowhead Ridge in order to concentrate on the White Horse position Cut Through Possibly 400 or 500 Chinese Communist troops cut through the perimeter of the lills defenses the front re torts said r AP Correspondent Milo rnrneli reported from the ront that a roaring artillery arrage powered Tuesdays as iault The Reds pumped 1200 an hour at each ot the icights before the infantry charge The first Red onslaught Monday Mrs Stanton Rites Are Incomplete Mrs Earl Slanlon 312 14th N E drowned in a water filled near Highway 05 north of READY FOR D 234 10th N W checks Uon ior the openingof duck season at noon Wednesday hisclog RusU been dreaming of the opening for weeks Mason City Monday Dr R E Smiley Ccrro Gordo County coron Jiy said death apparently was a iuichlc and there probably will be no inrjuest She was reported missing Mon day morning Later her jacket and glasses were found on the bank of the quarry Firemen recovered the body from the water which is about 40 feet deep Born in Minnesota Mrs Stanton was horn Marie Myrtle Kinsley daughter of Wil liatn and Anna Kinsley on a fiirir nenr Easlon Minn March 15 She attendedMankaUr Teach ors College nt Miihk ata Minn and taught school two years iiriti 1 Davey and Moen to Construct Swift Plant Iowas duck hunters lake to the Construction will start Wednesday Biederman said and 1 I 1 t The 140 by 330 foot artificial fertilizer plant of Swjf t and Company will be built by Davey and Moen it was announced wwas aucic nuntcrs lake to the luesclay by VV H Biederman Chklago construction and marshes Wednesday to neer open Ihe 1052 season at noon There was a plea from conserva Jon officials that hunters not start shooting before noon on the very good theory that those who do will ipoil the hunting forlhe law abid TS aside from the stiff fines for violators Conservation officers said they ixpccted Rig Wall Lake near Clar on in Wright County lo produce he best shooting in North Iowa Lakes marshes and sloughs in Norlh Iowa probably will be more crowded wilh hunters than usual because Eagle Lake near Britl is dry The Conservation Commis iion drained the lake in the hope of I j 11 nmn iiiivl he plant is to be ready for production by midsummer J953 It will employ 30 or men he said UlfraModern An ullramodcrn type plant it is 0 produce anew granular type of crtilizer which causes less injury 0 leaf crops and is easier for the armcr to handle the engineer ex plained The plant here is to be a duplicate of one now under struction in Houston Tex Reds Call Ike Imperialist MOSCOW to the con19h Congress of the Soviet Cpm munisl Party have been told that ash being shipped in to be com incd with other elements into Vigoro lied Steer and other Swift ormulas for commercial fertilizer The plant will serve the area vest of the Mississippi River not covered by the St Louis plant Host of the production will go to owa Minnesota and the Dakotas A separate contract is to be let n the spring Biederman said for i small administration office buiki ng adjoining the plant Resident Engineer A Kelly who wilt be resident engineer for the Mason City proj eel was in Mason City with Bieder man coming here from another construction project in Sioux City VIr and Airs Kelly arc seeking iving quarters in Muson City or Jlear Lake The new plant is to be located one mile south of 19lh SE and a lalf mile cast of Highway 05 at the intersection of Ihe Norlh Wesl crn and M St L Railroads Drives on Fresh Pavement Jailed Vcrnon D Jansscn 21 Rockford vas being held Tuesday in lieu at the city of paying i jail ine for careless driving Police said Jansscn drove his auto on 2J hourold and concrete Jachson between on Oth Mon W said Eisenhower is an and warned that American troops arc close lo Rus sias Far Eastern frontiers The attack on the US Repub lican presidential candidate was made Monday by A N Snechkus secretarygeneral ot the Lithuanian Communist Parly who took issue with Eisenhowers recent remarks about liberating the people of the Baltic Stales Eisenhower speaking lo the American Legion convention on Aug 25 listed the Baltic Stales and other Soviet satellites as once inde pendent but now suffocating under Ihis Russian pall He said Amer ica must tell the Kremlin that never shall we desist in our aid lo every man and woman of those shackled lands who seeks refuge with us tiny man who keeps burn ing among his own people the flame of freedom or who is dedicated to the libcralion of his fellows Ottumwa Issues Vote Challenge OTTUMWA to compete in a geldullhcvote cam paign have been issued by Otlum wa lo four other US cities of comparable size The challenges have gone out unu OUV3UH uii uui ix VY from Ottumwa a city of 33040 to about a m Monday An inJulchinson Kan populalidn 33579 formalion charging Jansscn with Marion O 33817 Middletown O careless driving was signed by 33695 and Everett Wash 33849 Paul Mulficld foreman for Booth Politicians businessmen and civic Automatic amf pump and Olson contractors paving the organizations have been enlisted in capacity of five shells CTPrmit t It I r n n r f urC WaS rr a conccrtefl campaign in Ottumwa plugged lo hold only three face damage lo the paying police out the largest vole ever The limit on ducks is fou polled here Wednesday Opening of Duck Season restoring feed and cover Crowded Conditions Also lending to crowded condi ions will be the fact that many potholes have dried up in the ciir spell Conservation officials listed these other lakes and marshes as good Hinting prospects Rice Lake and larmon Lake in Winncbago Coun y Elm and Morris Lakes Jn Wright County Twin Lakes Han cock County the head of Clear Lake near Ventura in Ccrro Gordo County Myhre Slough also in Winncbago Lounty was reported so choked with cover that hunting would be difficult Some conservation officers said ihcy believed there were fewer clucks in North Iowa now than three weeks ago The recent cold snap sent many teal winging south they said Opening After the noon opening Wednes day ducks geese and other migra tory waterfowl maybe hunted from a half hour before sunrise to an hour before sunset Hunters were requested lo carry simrisc Slnstt schedules from their news On opening day p m will be the lime shooting roust stop An Iowa hunting license of ioursc is required and must be carried by the hunter Federal signed by Ihe w h must be The limit on ducks is four a day and eight jn possession she was inn mod at Elision in 1917 to Earl Stnnton They made their home on a farm near Easton 20 years before mov ing to Blue Earth Minn ahd then to the Mnsori City vicinity H years ago Surviving arc her husband Earl i son William ot Los Angeles nlif and six daughters Mrs W E Mary Olson Rochester Minn Mrs F C Margaret Mc Shane Ontario Ore Mrs Carl Carmcl Henson Fujjcrton Calif Wanda Slanlon Ontario Ore arid Jean and Pat Stanton Mason City Mother Survives Her mother Mrs Anna Kinsley md three sisters and two brothers and Jl grandchildren also survive She was a member of the Holy family Catholic Church St Fran cis Circle and the Inter Creek Club of Mason City Funeral arrangements are in complete pending word of the ar rival of relatives The Colonial Fu icrnl Home is in charge AH About The Weather Mason City Clear and cooler Tues day night low 25 to 30 Wednes day fair and warmer high 55 lo iO owa Generally fair Tuesday night and Wednesday warmer Wednesday Minnesota Clear to partly cloudy and warmer Tuesday night and Wednesday GlobeGazette Weather Data up 0 8 a m Tuesday Maximum 42 Minimum 35 At 8 a m 35 YEAR AGO Maximum 50 Minimum 39 night gained the Reds some ground The Reds threw men tanks and artillery into thc battle spread over twothirds of the 155mile bat lefront But the Allies hadknown or three days of the attack and were ready Capture Seven Hills The U S Eighth Army said massiveRed assault captured sev en hill positions But the Allied de fenders stood their ground at most places The Army added that many hundreds of Redswere killed Allied warplanes roared over the front Tuesday hitting the Red lines Pilots said they destroyed two Red about 80 bunk ers One AlUcd outfit fought and died to the last man in defending a vital hill The number nienypresuma bly not large was withheld The Horse main Red Mountain blow hit White and Arrowhead Ridge two Alliedheld hills near phonvon The Reds opened the floodgates of a reservoir in an un successfuleffort to cutoff Allied reinforcement But theAllies had jrepared for that fixing rock fords sable crossings and a helicopter anding strip Troops Knowing the attack was coming he Allies brought up fresh troops anks and big guns Associated Press Correspondent Wilo Farncti at the front said the Ighting produced the first lank battle since the early days of the var One Russianbuilt T34 tank vas knocked out L While Horse Mountain and Ar Ridge dominate the flat Chorwon Valley at the western end of the Iron Triangle If the Reds had taken them ah Allied frontline officer said they vould have controlled the town Ihorwon and the road network in he valley He said this would have etthc Reds push south and isolate he Seoul arci Kill Last Defender On White Horse the Reds killed he last UN defender at the east ern nose of the mountain and occu pied the posilion A fresh Allied mil counterattacked and threw hem off The Allied commander had or dered his men to stay and fight not to yield the hill under any cir cumstances SHEAFFER SALES FT MADISON sales of and net earnings after axes of equal to 45 cents t share have been reported by the V A Sheaffer Pen Company for he six months ended Aug31 Working on Train Which Can Whiz Along at 210 COLOGNE Germany experimental model of a revolu uonary new train which may eventually whiz passengers over a single rail at speeds up to 210 miles per hour will be unveiled Wednesday For ihe past year teams of technicians have worked in secrecy at Fuohlmgcn near here on a monorail train of the future whichthey hope will make land travel almost as fast as by air Backers believe the trains will be able to zip along between 190 and 210 miles per hour Information disclosed by the Rail Transportation Research Society hero gave this picture of the monorail The train runs on a single track elevated about six feet above groundby slccl and concretegirders Tho train itself encloses the raih ike a spool on a string There arc engines at both front and rearof the train with additional motors in each car If tests are successful the first monorail line may bfc built la Africa or South America reports said   

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