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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 17, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                II North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LVJII Associated Press and United Press JuU Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY OCTOBER 17 1952 Tlits Paper Consists Two Ono No Protest Strides on Failure to Receive Pay Hike Hit Mines WASHINGTON protest strike of 150000 miners crept through the nations coal fields and producers pressed for price increases Friday as the Wage Stabilization Board plagued by dissention scheduled another attempt to decide the legality of the recent coal boost Price officials said the Of fice of Price Stabilization was awaiting WSB action before con sidering officially the many re quests received from producers for a ceiling price increase Reject Labor members of the WSB who angrily rejected a suggestion from Economic Stabilizer Roger Putnam that the WSB postpone its study of the case for several days were ready to give their approval to the wage boost The increase negotiated by John L Lewis last month cannot be paid until the WSB gives its ap proval because it is nearly twice as highas that automatically ap provable under WSB costofliving regulations But labor members of the WSB which is composed of labor indus try and public members have argued that other wage rules jus tify the increase They say it is neither inflationary or unslabiliz ing No Evidence Industry members however say they have seen no evidence to indicate the pay raise is within existing ceilings Price officials said a preliminary survey has indicated that the cost to producers of the new contract will run 40 cents per ton or belter on the average This includes the 10 cents per ton increase in royalty payments to the miners welfare fund Should the WSB fail to approve the contract within the next few Ad la i Says GOP Would Kill Support SAN DIEGO Calif Iff Gov Adlai E Stevenson charged Fri day that Republicans plan to abol ish farm price supports if they win next months election T Jl e Democratic presidential nominee tore into his opponents in a speech to a street corner crowd here before taking off by plane for two days of intensive campaigning in Texas The Illinois governor said that if Republicans havetheir way they would dry up thousands of California acres and let out soil conservation programs erode into dust They wouid presumably re peal the minimum wage law abol ish social security and undo all ic great work Franklin Robse elt and Harry Truman he said Stevensons early morning ap jearance here attracted a crowd olice said was considerably mailer than Gen Dwight D Eisenhower the GOP nominee drew in a noon visit here recently Stevenson told his listeners that no man on earth can truly meas ure up to the awful responsibili ies of the presidency But while he saidhe was humble America Insists Russia Pay for Downed Plane Vishinsky Will Answer US jf Slates Talk Before UN oh Saturday days the number of idle miners is certain to swell and may shut off up to 80 per cent of the nations soft coal production I Lewis for more than 350000 i bituminous miners The last time they struck was in the long dispute over the 1949 contract negotiations Cold Weather Snow Nip State By UNITED PRESS A touch of snow and freezing weather nipped Iowa Fridayand the forecaster said the mercury will plunge even lower Friday night But typical golden autumn wea ther is expected to return over the weekend Light snow fell in extreme northeastern Iowa along the Mis sissippi River today and temper atures felt to at Elkader 19 at Mason City and 20 at Spencer AP Wirciihoto YOUNG AMATEUR AND OLD benefits of fancy gadgets9yearold Louella Daniel steps upwith herbox make a closetip of veteran campaigner President Harry S Truman The Presidents daughter Margaret enjoys the proceedings as her dad readies another blast at the Republicans The President was speaking in Middletown Conn n the face of the fact that the vot ers might make him the next Pres dent Stevenson said he is not un certain nor hesitant Up Casualty Allies Again Hurl Back Waning Hill Assaults SEOUL soldiers hurled back bloody but wan ing Chinese Communist attacks on two Central Korean hills Thursdaynight and Friday adding hundreds to record 1952 Red casualty tolls The 8th Army said US troops since rAII About The Weather Mason City Fair through Satur day Continued cold Warmer Saturday high 48 to 53 Iowa Fair except partly cloudy east colder south and continued cold Saturday fair and warmer Minnesota Partly cloudy not so cold Saturday partly cloudy and warmer Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 am Friday Maximum 42 Minimum 1G At 8 am 25 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 49 39 Tuesday morning had killed or wounded 3750 Chinese on Triangle Hill north of Kumwha Dead Communists littered Ih c frostcovered battlefield That is the Alliedheld height where A P Correspondent Milo Fancti said 1500 Reds launched six futile assaults between 8 p m Thursdayand dawn Fijiday He said the US defenders killed or wounded630 Reds Hardfighting South Korean sol diers backed bytank and mortar fire repulsed about 700 Reds who simultaneously attacked Sniper Ridge an Alliedcontrolled hill two miles cast of Triangle Red casualties were mounting at a rate approaching that of the bloody week of Oct 814 which the Eighth Army estimated cost the communists 1018G soldiers The for a single week since last ed 5868 killed 4258 wounded and GO captured They HitEm With Kitchen Sink TOKYO time they hit em with everything including the kitchen sink The Navy said Lt Carl B Austin a pilot aboard the aircraft carrier Princeton recently at tached a sink to a 1000pound bomb and dropped it on a major North Korean city I wasnt able to see what dam age the sink Austin said But I guess the Reds can take tha hint that we mean business UNITED NATIONS N Y Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Y Vishinsky announced Friday that he will address the United Nations General Assembly Saturday He is expected to unleash i new Krem lin diplomatic offensive It will be the first major inter national address by a top Soviet official since the recent Commu nist party Congress in Moscow Dip lomats awaited the new Red world policy line which they believe Vi shinsky will reveal Firm Instructions They said Vishiniskys decision to speak just two days after U S Secretary of State Dean Acheson probably meant that the sharp longucd Russian foreign minister hud firm instructions from Prime Minister Stalin when he arrived here and that Acheson had not said anything which required him to consult with the Kremlin Vishinskys announcement coin cided with release by the UN of a report from its Korean Unifica tion and Rehabilitation Commis sion calling on the world body to stay in Korea long after a military armistice is reached Reviews Work Reviewing its work for the past year the commissions report de plored that a relatively stable battiefront had tended to obscure fact that everyday that passes involves further loss of life and de struction The report also warned the Ko rean government headed by Presi dent SygmanRhee that strong handed vacts by either Executive or Legislature discourages other countries from giving the economic and other support that will be so badly needed by Korea after thc fighting ceases BRIDE KILLED MT PLEASANT WMrs Ken neth Tolander 21 a bride of about a month was killed on her farm near Swedcsburg Wednesday when a tractor she was driving upset pinning her to the ground Hickenlooper Says Prosperity False Senator Talks at Forest City By KEN SCHMIDT FOREST pros perity claimed for this country by the Democratic administration was termed false by U S Sen Bourke B Hickenlooper in a speech at Forest City Thursday evening Taking direct issue with the cam paign slogan of his opponents that You never had it so good Hick enlooper declared that farm in come during the GOP rule from 1921 to 1932 was billion more annually than from 1933 to 1040 when the Democrats held sway Since 1940 our economy has been based on war preparation for war destruction and death said the senator And the Truman ad ministration lie added would have us believe that increased economic activity was due to their manage mcnt False Premise Hickenlooper said that it is a false prosperity based on afalse of destruction Th peacetime administration of tlv Democrats failed utterly until th war bailed them out he added When Democrats refer to th Republican record in government the spotlight Is focused on the yea 932 sflid Hickenlooper He citei figures which showed that 11V4 mil lion were unemployed in this coun trv in 1932 ns compared lo 12 mi1 Uou in HOT IIIokoHloopcr s n i d that th htt Hint three others fo Five Doctors Quit Hospital AUDUBON Ml Five medical doctors have resigned from the staff of the Audubon County Hospi tal here because the hospital Board of Trustees admitted an os teopath to practice there The hospital Friday was left photo liy Muaucr FOR YOUNG of us naturally should be interested in the future of our young people says Dan Klempnauei Muson City businessman and the work of tbc oi our alone is certainly VM1 pay no Contrib utor forgets that his pledge to the isidr eight agencies not jusb one The slogan of the3962 fund raising campaign is No one gives less days pay See story on Pago Warn Reds of Future Incidents Hint Crewmen May Be Alive WASHINGTON UP T h United States demanded Friday that Russia pay indemnity for the B29 its planes shotdown Oct 7 and bluntly told the Kremlin that giavo consequences may follow and future repetition of such un provoked attacks 4 The State Departmentsaid de slruction ot the American plane off northernJapan was unjustified it1 added there truth in that the B29 violated Russian fired on planes guris the npto inoperative1 VA T Strongest The U S protest r couched in the strongest terms hinted for the first lime thattsome Bi 29s eight crew members1 may ha alive r Besides demanding indemnity ior loss of the plane and any Americans killed whenitwas shot down the Russia for full oa any crew been Russian patrol The Oct 7 attack recalled simi lar incidents GlobeGazette photo by Schmidt NORTH IOWANS MEET Bourke B Hickenlooper is congratulated by Harry Halvorsen Forest City head of Winnebago Republican Farm Council after his ad dress at Forest City Thursday night Others fronl left are Don Pierson Humboldt Republicansixth district chairmajij Hickenlooper Halvorsen Clinton Daniels Garner Hancock County GOP chairman George Carman Buffalo Center Winnebago County GOP chairman with only the osteopath Dr John Ankcny of Audubon and one medi cal doctor Dr L E Jensen of Audubon as staff doctors And Dr Jensen now in on a hunting trip in the West The hospital was only recently opened Its construction was fi nanced by public fund drives bond issues and some federal aid The hospital trustees voted Oct 7 to admit DrAnkeny to practice and two of the medical doctors Dr II K Mersclis and Dr A H Cloud submitted their resigna tions in the next few days The trustees took no action on th e two resignations Tuesday night and in a formal statement said it had tabled action until a complete investigation can be made with the ultimate aim that it will find a satisfactory solution for the overall benefit of the hospi tal Ike Receives Cheers Boos From Workers ENROUTE WITH EISENHOWER fl Gen Dwight D Eisenhower ran into a mixed reception of boos and dicers Friday as he campaigned in heavily indus trial Camden N J The Republican presidential candidate drove in an opeh Trumqn Hits Ike for Giving Helptp Enemy automobil e through lu n c h hour lanes of workers from the New York Shipbuilding Corp yards the Campbell Soup Co fac tory and the big electronics plant of JlCAVictor Division In front of each plant resound ing boos could be heard clearly There also was a sprinkling of cheers and applause from the workmen After louring by the Camden plants Eisenhower was driven to City Hail Plaxa where he at tacked the Truman administra tion on inflation taxes and high prices Eisenhower iif a speech Thurs day niyhl at the Alfred E Smith IPoumlalion dinner said the free peoples despite the formidable size and might of Uic Soviet Em pire can face any new Soviet tac tics without panic owed President Truman through the West as a truth squad was prevent a recurrence of the utterly false statements made by Truman during the 1948 cam paign Storage Space He reviewed the 1948 campaign speech of Truman at Dexter in which it was claimed that the Re publican Congress had stuck a pitchfork in the backs of farm ers by not providing enough grain storage space That was a complete breach of faith by a public official de dared Hickenlooper who added that while the Truman speech was being made the adminislra ion was selling grain bins as sur plus The senator also accused Secre tary of Agriculture Charles Bran nan of holding back on govern ment purchases of corn until after the 1948 election causing a tem porary market slump at election time After the election purchases were redoubled to catch up which resulted in a corresponding rise in the market he Job Choice fn his swing through the West Truman was telling the young people that jobs were now so plentiful that one had a choice of several and I agreed with him said Hickenlooper A young man f he is healthy has a choice be tween the Army Navy Air Corps and Marines he added Hickenlooper explained the GOP arm price support program as aiming for 100 per cent of parity as a desirable goal but at the same time retaining the 90 per cent of parity as a general pro tective floor The speaker was introduced by Clyde Spry Iowa secretary of ag riculture The entire slate of Re publican candidates for offices from both Hancock and Winne bago Counties were platform guests and were introduced The meeting was sponsored by the He publican Farm Councils of the two counties Central Probe Figures Indicated WASHINGTON Wl Jacob Frcidus and Larry Knohl figures in the congressional investigation of former Assistant Attorney Gen eral T Lamar Caudle were in dicted Friday on charges of mak ing false statements to the Re construction Finance Corporation The indictment returned by a federal grand jury accused Frei citis and Knohl of giving false in formation in several letters and financial statements submitted to the RFC during attempts to buy the assets of the Aircon Manufac turing Co Kansas City Kan about two years ago The firm was then engaged in production and sale of juke boxes arid other electrical devices Continue Hearing on Driving Charge ESTUEIIVILLE A1 An indcfi nite continuance was granted Fri day in a preliminary hearing fo Km met County Sheriff Emlc Twito who is charged with opera t ing a motor vehicle while inloxi catcd Justice ot the Peace N II Schlocman granted the continu ancc at the request of Twilos at torneys Schlocmnn said the hear ing probably would be rcsumcc next week Twito was arrested Tucsda night by two Eslhwvillc police men a Find Body of Brave Colonel CENTRAL FRONT Korea Wi American soldiers have recovered the body of the stout grcyhaire colonel who died on Triangle Hill lending an infantry charge Infantrymen said he didnt be long on the hiH But he was there He rallied American troops sergeant called it the most re markable example oC courage have seen in my life WITH T R U MA N President Truman charged en Dwight D Eisenhower Friday ith giving aid and comfort to ic Communists by making false about Korea in his bid remises or votes In 11 speech prepared for delivery t Lawrence Mass Mr Tnnhan nleasbcd a new attack against the Republican presidential candidate l the issue of the Korean war lie said Eisenhower appears to e willing to undermine national safety to get elected President He iccuscd the general of cheap poli ics shameless pretense and sheer dcmagogucry Mr Truman was on the second ap of a threeday give em hell campaign swing through New Eng and He will speak in Brooklyn Saturday niglit before returning to Washington The United governraenfi would urge the government seriously the grave consequences whichcanflow froni Its persisted in of tion to Kromlin The USi protestwas a stronglyworded to the Kremlin1 in1 Moscow The bomber was shot down Oct 7 near the island of Yuri off north ern Japan The note to Russia said the planehad not fiown over the island and in any case the island was not Soviet territory By its calculatedmisrepresen tation ot the facts of this incident the Soviet government has sought not for the first lime to evadere sponsibility for a and un justifiable attack carried out on an undefended plane by fighter planes of its Air Force United States note said Note Accordingly the American bassy has been instructed to re ject the Soviet Oct 12 as being withoutfounda tion in fact to protest in the strongest terms against the unpro voked shooting down of the United States plane and to request the payment of appropriate comperisa Jon for the loss of this aircraftand the lives of any of its crewwno may have perished the notesaid B29 bombers when they were iri mass production during WorldWar II cost each DIES OF POLIO f IOWA CITY WVChesler Ding man 8 son of Mrs Margaret Dingman ot Oskaloosa died of Ho at University Hospitals here Thursday less than three weeks after his Gyearold sister Carolyn died of the same disease Mechanical Heart Works Successfully in Surgery DETROIT A successful mechanical heart to give human hearts a holiday was announced Friday For 50 minutes the amazing little machine pumped a mans blood through his body Humbling like a quiet washing machine it byi passed the left sklc of his heart Jt detotired the blood coming from his lungs and pulsed it back into his arteries j Empty of blood wilh no work to do the stillbeating heartwas opened to repair a faulty valve c The man 41 and not identified is alive and well three after the historic operation July 3 M In dogs this same pump has been rigged to bypass both sidesot1 the heart pulling the whole heart on temporary vacation This human success marks a milestone in medicine With me chanical hearts the heart can be laid open for new surgery under direct view With part or all of the heart emptied surgeons ler remove bullets or other objects repair valves orv dangerously bulging weak spots in heart walls take out tumors plugf holes via the hearts dividing walls   

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