Mason City Globe Gazette, October 18, 1952 : Front Page

Publication: Mason City Globe Gazette October 18, 1952

Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 18, 1952, Mason City, Iowa y North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited or the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10WANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LVI11 Associated Press anil United Full Lease Wires Sevcu Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCTOBER 18 195Z TbU Iapcr or Two One No 321 Negroes Give Adlai Heavy Lead in North Could Swing Race in Pivotal States By ARCHIBALD M CROSSLEY Director The Crossley Poll Northern Negroes give Stevenson a heavy majority in a special poll just completed Among those who are likely lo vote the Stevenson figure is nearly 3Vi times the Eisen hower figure Northern Neil rues Stevenson 723 Eisenhower 210 Undecided 67 The potential importance of the Truman visit to Harlem is clearly apparent It is entirely possible lhat Eisenhowers election depends upon the 45 electoral voles in a close race in New Yorkstate A Democratic turnout of at least 125 000 Negroes in New York City could play a vital role Big Factor Outside ol New York stale the possible northern Negro vote could be a factor in several states In Michigan and Illinois the colored population is over 7 of the total population and in Maryland over In 1948 it would have taken less than one out of every seven adult Negroes to equal the small margin of decision in six states totalling 130 electoral votes Stevenson has a commanding also in early October polls among semiskilled and unskilled labor This group includes manual operatives and unskilled workers in all kinds of industry mining con struction utilities transportation communication trade etc It does not include electricians carpen ters metal workers engineers anc other skilled craftsmen The pref erence for Stevenson is greater among the unskilled group than among the semiskilled Adlai Ike Unskilled Labor 685 244 71 Semi Skilled 500 550 392 352 06 92 08 100 TheVuridecided in these prepon deranlly Democratic groups should be regarded asv ultimately sidmg with the Democrats iy at leas three to one 73 for Truman Seventythree per celt of those who voted in 1948 say they votec for Truman But of these Truman voters say that this year they will vote for Eisenhower anc another 78 of them arc unde cided Only 3 of those who votec for Dewey have shifted to Steven son The basic question used is Are you for the Democratic presidenlia candidate or the Republican presi dential candidate The gaugi therefore is of individual rathe than party strength Names are no mentioned in order to overcom any possible bias of greater fa miliarity with Eisenhower Tells Makers of Butter to Have Faith Unless we get some faith i our product we had belter go int the soybean business said Dor Anderson Washington dairy chie of the PMA as he addressed general meeting of bultermaker at Hotel Hanford Friday night Anderson was referring lo th inroads on butter sales made b oleo which can be produced i part from syobeans He talked t bullermakers from five differen slale and national groups holdin a twoday convention in Maso City With the U S Department o Agriculture at Washington Andci son pointed out that farm produc tion in general was up 45 per cen from the 193539 level but tha dairy production wps up only 1 per cent Need Promotion We must sell our consumers o the value of genuine dairy proc ucts over the substitutes now bcin used Anderson declared N E Nick Fabricius manage of a milk producers plant at Ladj smith Wis told of the trend awa from the dairy cow in his state Farmers are selling their cow and going to Milwaukee to work fo weekly paychecks said Fabr cius Fabricius recommended thai i order for processors lo survive Ih CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 By THE WIRE SERVICES Sens Wayne L Morse HOre nd Harry P Byrd DVu lurned iieir backs on Ihcir respective par y candidates Saturday Both arc utspokcn crilics of party leaders Morse announced late Saturday n Washington lhal he will vole for Democralic candidate Adlai E Itevenson Byrd said in Winches er Va lhat he cannot endorse the AP QUEEN OF AMERICAN ROYAL Anderson a grayeyed beauty from Liberty Mo was of the 54th American Royal Livestock and Horse Slvow at Kansas City Judith defeated a field of 33 other girls for the title Repeats POW Demand Vishmsky Dims Hopes for Korean Armistice UNITED NATIONS N Y Foreign Minister Andrei Y VishinskySaturday dashed alreadyslim Westen lopes for an early settlement of the Korean War by repeat ng demands for an armistice of Communist terms which th eVTJN has repeatedlv ected Had Planned Appeal The United States and its Allies n Korea had planned an appeal in he United Nations General As sembly for a truce but Vishinskys ilriolic speech lo lhat body made t plain that such a step would be tseless The Kremlins top diplomatic spokesman told the 60nation as sembly lhat he sup oorled proposals made Friday by oland calling for an immediate armistice in Korea accompanied y the return of all war prisoners o their homelands Way for Settlement This is the way for Ihe sellle ment of the Korean war This is he way for abatement of lension ic lold Ihe Ihrong which had gain ered in expectation of a vital major aolicy speech In a speech devoid of any at empt at concilialion Vishinsky ilso repeated Red charges of germ varfare against the United Stales and charged lhat the U S did nol vant the Korean war to end The U S has denied the germ warfare charges repeatedly DAMAGE MONEY DES MOINES Slate of Iowa lias received federal govern ment checks totaling to help finance restoration of facili ties damaged in Monona County and the Bartlell School Dislricl by the April flood on the Missouri River Adlai Bids Hard for TeXas Vote ENROUTE WITH STEVENSON IN TEXAS Gov Adlai E cnson cemenled relalions with Ih regular democrats of Texas Salur day after challenging Gov Alia Shivers and other boilers on Ihei nomc grounds in Fort Worth an Dallas The Democratic presidential non inee reaffirmed at the Dallas Stal Fair Friday night his opposition t giving Texas title to the polen tially oilrich submerged lands u lo 10 miles off its shores After an hours stop in Uvaldt Tex the Illinois governors hastily coupled up campaign train scheduled lo roll inlo San Ahtonic Then he planned lo fly to Houstoi regarded as the principal Texa stronghold of his Republican op ponent Gen Dsvight D Eisen hower Sen Lyndon Johnson of Texas traveling with Stevenson through Texas told this reporter he is satis fied Stevenson will carry he state despite the defection of Shivers Allorncy Gen Price Daniel the Democratic senatorial nominee and others who have boiled on Ihe socalled lidelands issue WSB Cuts Miners Pay Hike Morse Byrd Spurn Party Candidates Democratic ticket of Stevenson and John Sparkman Never have I been so com pletely disillusioned about any man as I am about Eisenhower He had first announced lie would back Gen Dwight D Eisenhower but later announced he would not actively campaign for him Then Saturday heunade the break com plete Morse said he was the first Re publican senator to declare pub icly for Eisenhower and said his decision lo repudiate Eisenhower has not been an easy one to make Byrd did not say who would get his vote in the presidential elec tion Nov 4 It was not his he added to urge the people to vote for any candidate The speech did not mention Gen Dwight D Eisenhower the Repub lican candidate for president But il allackcd said Gov Adlai Slevonson the Demo cralic presidential nominee had shown no sign of independent ac tion Byrd is a longtime critic of New Deal and Fair Deal policies and has strong backing in the South Byrds announcement brought immediate comment Vice President Barkley who had listened to Byrds speech before addressing a party rally at Arling ton Va drew applauso when he criticized any Democrat who might stray from the fold on election day Nebraska Governor Will Speak at Republican Rally Gov Val Peterson of Nebraska will be the speaker at the big Republican rally at Roosevelt Fieldhouse inMason City Tuesday evening Oct 28 at 8 Appearing withthe Nebraska governoi for this rally will among others Leo Allies Batter Commies From Hill Positions fertile nominee for lieuten ant governor who will also speak is well as Ally Gen Robert Lar son M L Abrahamson treasurer t stale and Melvin Synhorst sec of slate and others Lunch vill he served at the close of Ihe ncetirig Since 1947 Gov Peterson who hasheaded he Nebraskagovernment since 1947 had a career as teacher and icwspaper publisher before enter iig politics He was graduated ronv the University of Nebraska n 1931 and after two years of grad lale work during which he also aught in the university hebecame superintendent o fschools at Elgin Neb From 193G to 194G Peterson was the publisher of the Elgin Review Elgin Neb Part of this time he served as secretary of Gov Dwight Griswold oC Nebraska Chairman He has served as chairman o Ihe Missouri River committee since 1948 Pelersori served in Ihe Burma war theater from 1943 lo 1945 He was discharged as lieulenanlcolpnel in 1946 He was awarded the bonze star He is ac live in a number of civic organiza lions in Nebraska State Chief Denies Agents Trying to Get Loveless DES MOINES charge by Democratic Gubernatori al Nominee Herschel Loveless that two state agents have been assigned to get something on him has drawn a prompt denial from R WNebergall chief of the Iowa Bureau of Investigation Loveless made his accusalion in an address at a Wayne County Democratic dinner at Allerton Fri day night The Otlumwa mayor said I have aulhorilalive information that two agents of the State Bu reau of Investigalion spent t w o weeks poring over old newspapers and other documents in state ar chives trying to find material which would be damaging to me The search was fruit less as I could have told them would be it I believe slale agenls could well spend their lime and Ihe slates money tracking down crim inals rather than Irying to perpel uale the Republican Beardsley ad minislralion in office Told of the assertions by Love less Nebergall said the Democra tic nominee must be hard up for campaign material There is nothing at all lo Love less claims Nebergall said We donI even have enough men lo pul two at a time on a case GOV VAL PETERSON Mrs G J Garrett Breaks Arms Legs in Auto Accident Mrs G J Garrcll 5G of Manly was in fair condition at Mercy Hos pital Saturday wilh fraclures o both arms and legs as the result o headon Iruckcar collision lat Friday afternoon on Highway 38 miles cast of Nora Springs Her husband the only othe passenger in the ear is suffcrin from extreme shock Driver ol th truck Arthur Paul Wagner 2C 1016 Carolina N E was not in jured according lo invcsligalin aulhorilics According lo Highway Patrol ma Pelcr T Tomelich Wagner wh was going west and passing an other vehicle was blinded by Ih sun and did nol sec the approach ing car The impact threw bol vchiplcs inlo the ditch on the sout side of the road Mr and Mrs Garrell arc Ih parents of Mrs P 0 Brunsvolc 930 Jefferson N W DIES OF POLIO DES MOINES Kinder 26 of Perry died early Saturda in a Dps Moines hospital of poli SEOUL Korea fantrymen battered Chinese ommunisls from their last loc old on lowering Triangle Moun in in a bloody Cenlral Front atllc Saturday as Allied Sftbre els knocked down two Communist IIG15s in air bailies over north Korea The doublebarreled land and ah ictories gave UN forces one o ueir best days in a week U S fool soldiers ran Ihe Reds ff Pikes Peak last of four dis uted lieighls onthe Central Fron nountain in a flaming fivchou bailie Heavy Artillery The Reds had poured in hcavj rlillery fire but Allied troops bea he diehard Communists back in iercc handtohand fighting The two Russianbuilt MIGs vere destroyed in separate air bat les over northwest Korea and ave American pilots their firs lestruclion claim in five days The MIGs were bagged in do ighls between two Sables am hrec MIGs and two Sabres um eight MIGs Behind Lines Allied fighterbombers wrcckec ive Communist troops conccntra ions far behind enemy lines anc imultaneousJy blaslcd a Commu nisi naval station al Kongwon on he casl coast Returning pilols said severa uildings were smashed at the Ret navy personnel center and tw ammunition caches exploded Ambassador to Ireland Dies OMAHA P Mat hews U S ambassador lo Ire and died unexpectedly here Sal urday He was 65 Matthews an Omaha attorney jecanic ambassador lo Ireland i July of lasl year Prior to lhat h had served two years as Secrctar of Ihe Navy A prominent Catholic laymai ie was currently in Omaha for visit Only Friday lie disclosed h would not continue as ambassado after Ihe end of this year bccaus he wanted lo return to Omaha which he described as the onl place on Ihis earth that I want t ive 70 Persons Held in Fatal Shooting SJOUX CITY womc and seven men were jailed her following the fatal shooting Amelia Blackhawk 28 of Siou City Miss Blackhawk was shot in Ih neck Friday aflcr police said sh slashed her sister Ruby with butcher knife then chased Edwar Hickunbotlom 74 Sioux City dow the street Police Chief Russell White sai Hicktinbollom fired Ihe falal sho No charges had been filed See Major Strike in Goal Pits Reduce Daily Raise to WASHINGTON Al The Stabilization Board WSB Satur day chopped 21 per cent off tha daily wage boost won from the coal operators by John L Lewis It was taken for granted the refusal to approve the full amount would set off a general mine strike Public members of the board headed by Chairman Archibald Cox joined industry mem bers Jn knocking 40 cents off tha increase Labor members voted lo approve the full 150000 Quif J More than 150000 of Lewis miners already had walked off the1 Job in a protest istrike this week when their October pay checks failed to raise Few mines work over the week end but a general shutdown war expected to occur Monday Coal stockpiles in the hands of consumers averaged around 80 days and no immediate CllulwCnzellc pholo hy Miiftscr DESERVES sure do believe that Family Service alone deserves the hull days pay says Ralph Clark I knowrd behelping families that need the help from the CommunityChest The City Community Chest drive now under wayis No oneDrives less than half a days pay Contributions are divided among eight agencies Eisenhower Declares He Makes His Own Decisions NEW YORK Dwight D Eisenhower says his jecisions have been and will be mine alone and that he still is a no deal man In a speech Friday night at Newark N J theGOEpves dential nominee also gave a at on the back to Gen George Marshall In his no1 deal statement Eis enhower appeared obviously lo be lo Democratic accusa ions that he had come under the numb of Sen Robert A Taft and Sen Joseph McCarthy In doing so he replied also to resident Trumans charge at larlfonl Conn on Thursday thai ic was not sticking by Marshall Jiscnhowcrs mentor and wartime chief Technically Eisenhower w a s resting Saturday but actually he preparing speeches and tratcgy for his first campaign swing into England on Mon lay hard on the hculs of Truman The general was due Lo spend Sat urday and Sunday in New York with no announced engagements The Eisenhower forces were en couragcd by a turnout estimated y police al about 25000 persons o greet him Friday night in Icrsey Democratic strong hold Eisenhower himself describee the gathering as the largest he had seen in a lengthy days tour across New Jersey from Camden Abouf The Weather Mason City Fair and warmer Sat urday night and Sunday Iligl Sunday 6265 Iowa Generally fair and not so cold Saturday night Sunday fair and mild high in GOS Minnesota Fair warmer south colder extreme northeast Salur day nighl Sunday generally fair GlobeGazelle Weather Data up lo 8 am Saturday Maximum 44 Minimum 20 Al 8 am 3G YEAR AGO Maximum 45 Minimum 33 P red lets Strike PITTSBURGH fl Wag Stablliiaflon action in whacking 40 from the daily boost brought a quick prediction Sat urday from United Mine Work ers official that there will be general walkout Speaking in a tinged with anger John direc tor of UMW Dlitrict S Mfnen are not flolng take it lying He general Ike up for the pat or home healing effect Jfrom anliclpatfed strike was expected1 The WSB ruling on the case was a major surprise Cox told a conference that Ihe gives tha soft coal miners ment with other equal treat wage groups Rabbi Raps Attack on Eisenhower NEW YORK Abba lillel Silver widely known Jewish eadcr said after a conference with Dwight D Saturday hal he felt a feeling of shock over an irresponsible statement made by President Truman Friday attempting to link Eisenhower wilh antiSemitism With Dewey Silver accompanied by Gov Thomas E Dcwey of New York conferred for nearly an hour Sat urday morning with the Republican presidential nominee at his home on Columbia University campus As the rabbi Jcfthe told reporters a good part of the conference dealt with Mr Trumans message to the Jewish welfare boards national leadership mobilization for Gt and community services in Washington Assails Bill In that message the President assailed the McCarranWaltcr im migration law Mr Truman at tached what he called the moral blindness of Eisenhower and ac cused him of having accepted Nazi Hkc antiJewish and antiCatholic immigration policies which the President said had been endorsed by Republicans in Congress Much is permitted in a cam paign Silver said but to at tempt by1 implication to identify such a man as General Eisenhow er whose broad tolerance is known throughout the world with anti Semitism and antiCatholicism is just not in the heat of a political campaign most of whom he said will hava received measurably Approval ofthe full amount Cox said would have provided a wage increase grealer lhanany con sistcnt wilhan honest stablizatlon program The decision affects some 350 000 miners working in the nations soft coal pils A new contract for hard coal miners is now beingi negotiated Inflation Fight Cox said the real issue is whether we shall now abandon the fight against inflation Our de cision is against such a step He said the decisiorr conforms to the will of Congress We believe it also conforms to the earnest de sire of the American people Asked whelhcr Ihe WSB1 ruling could be overturned by Economic Slabilizer Roger Pulnam Cox re plied I suppose there is legal author ity lo overturn it but that would depend on the intorpretalion ofthe defense production and I think of no precedent1 Cox immediately went to Put nams office to tell him of the WSB decision Cox said that Lewis and the soft coal operators hava been notified lhat their contract is illegal and inflalioriary and that Ihe wage boost must be cut back UN DAY DES MOINES William S Beardsley has designated Oct 24 as United Nations Day in Iowa Rockwell Farmer Injures Hands in Corn Picker Floyd Best 43 Rockwell farm er was reported in satisfactory condition at Mercy Hospital in Ma son City Saturday from injuries he received in a corn picker accident on his farm Hospital attendants said Ihe lit lle finger on Bests left hand had to be amputated and that his right hand was even more badly man gled Best kicked the tractors igni lion switch off with his feet but the corn picker had to be partially dismantled to free Bests hands FINAL Wisconsin 4 FINAL 1 Purdue Notre Dame Navy Maryland 3 4 FINAL Army Pittsburgh FINAL 1 FINAU Penn State Nebraska ;

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Publication: Mason City Globe Gazette

Location: Mason City, Iowa

Issue Date: October 18, 1952

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