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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 24, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION TH I NIWSP Aft R THAT M A K E S A i L N 0 R T H I O WANS N E I G H O R S VOL LIX GREATER MASON CITY DAYS OCTOBER 23 24 AND 25 Auoclated Press auxi United Prcu Full Lemse Wires Seven a Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY OCTOBER 24 W2 CoiuUta o Two Ho 13 Adlai Talk Opens Bitter New Phase in Campaign ABOARD EISENHOWER SPE IAL IN MICHIGAN UHG e n wight D Eisenhower charges the Truman administrationwith Tom endergasttype and big try of the kind once raised against Democrat AlfredE Smilhl The Republican presidential nornineets 18car special rolled to Michigan after he delivered the most slashing attack of his cam A SOLDIER WAITS rifleman wounded in the stomach stoically awaits medical treatment near the fighting area in Korea mountains He will be back in combat as soon as his wounds heal Newly trained South Korean troops are holding their own against Communist attacks American Troops Hit Last Red Hold on Hill SEOUL American troops late Friday stormed the last Redheld knob on barren Triangle Hill stopped 85 yards from the top of Pikes Peak when the Chi nese Reds unleashed as hail of mortar and small arms fire AP Correspondent M i 1 o Farnati said the US 7th Di ision soidiers were pinned down by machine gun fire mines di rect trajectory and mortar fire land grenades and small arms fire The GIs still were trying to push forward at sunset Onnearby Sniper Ridge bone weary South Koreans gave up their rathunt for Chinese in a maze of underground passageways on the illls northern tip Li Gen Chun H Kwon corn mander of the ROK Second Divi sion said those Chinamen never stop digging We have to dig them out ourselves like hunting rats BRIG GEN WE DUNKELBEKG Roekford Man to Head 24th U S Infantry CHARLES G en AYil bur E Dunkelberg of Rockford has been appointed commander oi the 24th Infantry Division in Japan The Rockford general assistant di vision commander since early this Gen George year replaced Maj W Smythe A 1918 graduate of the US Mili tary Academy General berg attended the general stafl college and the war college prioi to World War II During the war he served as assistant comrnandei of the 95th Infantry Division in the European theater of operations and as commander of Attu Island His wife Ella and daughter Judy are with him in Sendai Japan Schedule Hearing on Waterloo TV WASHINGTON IJftThe Commu nications Commission Friday an nounced a hearing will be held here on the applications of the Josh Hig gins Broadcasting Co and the Black Hawk Broadcasting Co o Waterloo la for television permits Both seek permits for Channel 7 The date of the hearing will be determined later the commission said PLANE CRASHES PARIS A French military plane crashed Thursday after tak iBgcff from Le Bourget Airfield eight persons US observers Fled resistance said the probably bitter came from a fresh Chinese regiment The South Koreans withdrew dark with the Chinese still holding out Twenty miles to the west v South Koreans and Chinese hugged oppo site slopes of Iron Horse Mountain while thunderous artillery barrages from both slopes churned the cres nto a deadly nomans land Beardsley Lauds Iowa Road Safety WAUKON Gov William S Beardsley Republican candidate seeking ic election sajs Iowa1 record of 6 1 deaths per 100 million miles of travel is equalled by very few states Careful drivers and an effi cient highway patrol are to be com mended for their part m holding down the states highway accident rate he added in a campaign speech here Tuesday night 1 Ike Charges Democratic Bossism in Slashing Attack paigu Thursday night in Buffalo NY a c i t y of varied racial strains Eisenhower was greeted in Buf falo Memorial Auditorium by howling cheers from an audience estimated by Edward P Hurtnett Jr auditorium director at 15000 persons Gov Adlai E Stevenson the Democratic candidate for Presi Acheson to All in Lengthy UN Speech UNITED NATIONS N Y of State Dean Acheson backs up US demands for a just and speedy peace n Korea Friday with a speech American sources say will be the longest of his career The US secretary his aides disclosed would open the whole book on the ocked Korean truce necotia ki i r Nab Iowa Escapee After Wrong Turn truce negotia ions before the general assemblys 50nation political committee late Friday afternoon 3Hour Acheson scheduled as the first speaker was expected to talk about hree hours Already before the committee vas a resolution Acheson sub nutted Thursday asking the as sembly to endorse the armistice erms laid down by UN negotiators at Panmunjom and to urge the ommumsts to accept them But ain and several other U S Allies have promised to co sponsor the resolution Replies Achesons revelations to the com mittee are certain to touch off long and replies from Russias Andrei Y Vishmsky The Reds have stupk fast to the North Ko rean and Communist Chinese de mands that all prisoners of war be returned whether 01 not they want to go home Hurt Critically in Hunting Mishap HAMLIN WVa HtA youth who accidentally shot himself while hunting hiked a half mile over a mountain trail carrying his pro truding internal organs m his hands He was 17yearold Likie R Smith of nearby Branchland who was reported in critical condition Friday at a Huntmgton hospital Electric linemen found the boy on the trail Thursday and carried him to a passable road He had been wounded m the stomach by a shotgun blast fowan Hurt in Navy Accident CHELSEA Mass Navy an lowan were under at the Chelsea Naval men one treatment Hospital Friday after their transfer by air from USS Tarawa the Aircraft Carrier where they were in jured in separate accidents Thurs day Lt Edgar L McAdams 27 Wa terloo suffered a fractured left leg in what was described as an acci dent involving the carriers airest ing gear DETROIT wrong turn Iowa Penitentiary officials get back John Bryl 41 an eicapee who once said he would rather on a street cor ner with a dime inmy pocket than commit another crime Bryl arrested here Thurs day after making an illegal turn in a stolen car and then pulling a gun on the arresting1 officer was serving 25yearterm for robbery with aggravation last September when he stole guardfe car to make his get away from Penifentiary at Ft Madison City County Registration Marks Rise Registration of Mason City voters for the Nov 4 general election was continuing at a brisk pace right down to the 5 pm Friday deadline City Cleric Pearl Kellogg said her office would be open Friday as long as wouldbe voters were waiting to register Meanwhile Cerro Gordo County Auditor Keith Raw announced that his office will be open all day Sat urday Nov 1 to handleabsentee voters who will not be able to vote at their regular polling place Nov 4 Raw reminded all absentee voters that their ballots must be in his office by midnight Nov 3 Mason City voters gave Miss Kel loggs office a busy morning Friday with 103 changes Raw received 30 applications for absentee ballots Friday morning He has had 277 requests for ab sentee ballots from servicemen and more than GOO from civilians who will not be able lo vote at their own precinct Nov 4 Absentee voters can vole at the auditors office Monday through Saturday They must go to the School Administra tion Building to get an absentee voters ballot on the school bond issue new registrants and in registration data 16 dent drew about 13000 when he spoke in the same auditorium the night before Hartnett said the auditorium was illcd an hour and a half before Eisenhower spoke and thousands ycre turned away The crowd in the auditorium liundered its welcome forthree and a halt minutes after Eisen lower smiling stepped to theros rum Eisenhower declared the opposi tion was tearing the nationsmoral unity apart with rabble rousing actics in a desperate attempt to keep control of the White House The general aimed his fire prin cipally al President Trumans ad ministration but also rapped Ste venson in a newly steppedup1 cam paign against the Democratic nominee The candidate of the adminis tration party Eisenhower said has been taken over body boots and britches by the administra ion And now he goes down the line for the administration record He stands revealed today as a captive candidate By edict he is forced to accept that record And that he has done by personal choice from the outset Eisenhower said during his tour across York State Thursday that Stevenson as a handpicked was unable to say whether he would continue Secre tary of Stale Dean Acheson in of fice if elected In industrial Michigan Friday Eisenhower repeated his declare tion that he would protect the rights of labor if elected He declared in Pontiac that the Democratic administration h a falsely accused him of being a po tcntiai union busier This is part he said of a Truman adminis tration campaign of fear He also accused the administration ol singing songs of hate anc hymns of villificalion At Pontiac t Eisenhowers first stop in Michigan he fay a police estimated crowd of 4000 The spectalors included Pon tiac high school students who were dismissed for the occasion Democrat Charges Dealers Pay GOP in Appreciation DETROIT Democrats charged Friday that Republican fund raisers asked Michigan auto dealers lo put up each to a fund to pay for the telecast of Gen Dwighl D Eisenhowers speech here Friday night Neil Staebler stale Democratic chairman said the auto dealers were asked to pay as a token of appreciation for efforts on their behalf in Washington by GOP Na tional Chairman Arthur Summer ficld Summerficld traveling with the Eisenhower termed the falsehood train in charges a Michigan fantastic And the writer of the solicitation letterssaid Summerficld had known nothing of the appeal for extra funds Alt About The Weather Mason City Fair and mild through Saturday Low Friday night 36 to 40 High Saturday 72 to 74 IowaFair through Saturday Con linued mild High Saturday mid 70s Minnesota Partly cloudy Friday night and Saturday Not much change intemperature GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Friday Maximum 69 Minimum 29 At 8 a m 44 YEAR AGO Maximum 41 Minimum 26 PRINCIPALS IN are the principals in the almost perfect slaying of Dorothy May Grammer At left is George Edward G rammer 35 convicted of deliberate ly killing his wife so he could marry a pretty UN secretary At center is Mrs Gram mer Right is Judge Herman M Moser who heard the testimony and convicted Gram mer of first degree murder last Thursday Story on Page 2 See Savage Fight Rest of Drive Defends Okay of Alger Hiss ENROUTJS WITH STEVENSON HROUGIJ NEW YORK STATE Adlai Stevensons impassioned ccusation that Dwight D Eisen ower is deliberately condoning a sly and ugly campaign against im v opened a bitter new phase riday in the stretch drive lot residency II looked like a savage and bare nuckle fight was the inevitable nding for this hardfought battle The Democratic candidate ipped into Elsenhower Thursday light in Cleveland with la speech n which he defended the charac er testimony he gave Alger Hiss Nixon i p i Stevenson rapped Sen Richard Vlxon GOP vice presldenUaln6m nee for his criticism of him in the Hiss former State i AP Wlrephoto WINS NOBEL Selman A Waksman yearold codiscoverer of a tuberculosis drug was awarded the Nobel Prize for medicine Thursday Here he works in his laboratory at Hutgera University This years prize worth was the 15th to go Uran American 61 Fur Coats Taken From T t Mason City Truck jn Illinois U 4 111 Iowa truck drivel reported Fr day that 61 fur coats valued at approximately wer stolen during the night from his truck which1he left acros the streetfromithehptel where he slept Roy fargent of Mason Citytold DeKalb police that h had left the truck parked to a filling station In the morning he found that burglars had broken a lock on the rear door and made off wilh the coats He said 35 of the coats belonged LO customers of the Marshall and Swift Fur Co in Mason City They were being returned from siimmer storage The remaining furs were police turned the case new DeKalb over to Illinois state patrolmen In Mason Cityan official of the Marshall and Swift Fur Company said that all of the coata were in sured He said Largent left Mason City with 35 customers coats and 10 new coats a total of 05 and hat the exact amount of the loss would not be known until the driver He was onhis way home Friday afternoon This Kiss Was Really Electrifying MODENA Italy Two newly weds were treated Friday for acial burns after a kiss by the bride resulted in a short circuit in heir apartment Maria ancj Angelo Melini had iust returned from their honey moon when the lights went out He went to the switchbox and she followed barefooted and car rying a lighted candle and ascrew driver Melini grasped two loose wires and said hand me the screwdriv er darling His wife standing next to him dssed Melini as he held the wires The contact set off the short cir cuit Susan Peters 31 Dies After Long Settle tor Life VISALIA Calif Su SanPeters whose fight agalns paralysis brought a living story io courage lo Hollywood losther bat tie Thursday night The attractive 31yearold star whoscsplnal cord was damaged a huhlm accident scve years agodice while visitin her b r o t h e here In 1944 Susai was hailed a one of film doms mas promising a c tresses and he future bright Then or 1945 she wen SUSAN New Years Day duck hunting with herhusband A she reached for her rifle it ace dcntly discharged sending a bullc through her stomach to lodge ii her spine later she came bac to star in a movie once lime as the crippled girl in Sig of the Ham Her death was attributed to com plications arising from the 134 accidentThe brother Robert Car nahan said her only other survivo Was anadopted son Timothy 7 Miss Peters and Actor Richar were divorced in 1048 SHOTGUN DEATH DELTA Morrow 58 was killed Thursday when hi shotgun accidentally discharged a he crawled through a fence ase Defends EN ROUTE WITH STEVEN SON THROUGH NEW YORK STATE OTt uAdlal carrying cam paifln across Now York Stato Friday dofeniUd Unhid f StafoV ontry Into Koroan it and for It not Mr Trumant war Ho It war ment official convicted ot hiving lied iix denying govern ment documents toa delivery to p governor also or of hower and John generals foreign affairs Advisor both av personal faith In jumstances which imposed circumstances on me to make searching acter and It was known1 that Stevenson and his advisers regarded the speech as one of he vital he entire1 campaign and one which possibly could make break Stevenson on the issue lommunlsm T Defenie and Attack In his combination of defense and attack Stevenson voiced his conviction he expected to be tha argetjfor a smear campaignin the next few and that hjs considers Elsenhower responsible With this speech behind the most emotional in all his cam Stevenson set out early Triday by train for a sweep hrough politically potent New York State with its big chunk of 15 electoral votesi f l In Stevensons speech was n anticipation of a nationallytele vised speech which Sen Joseph R McCarthy is ready to make day night That speech reportedly deals witn Stevensons relationship with Hiss while the were gov ernment employes Hear McCarthy You will hear from the senator Wisconsin he said from he permission and approval of Gen Eisenhower Defending the testimony he gave n the Hiss defense in the form of a deposition Sievenson asserted I testified as to his reputation as of the lime I knew him good If I had said it was bad I would have been a liar If Ihad refused to testify I would have been a coward Violence Flares in Areas Miners Plan Wage Appeal WASHINGTON soft coal industry Friday was reported fram ing an appeal to President Truman and Economic Stabilizer Roger Putnam to approve the daily wage hike won by John L Lewis The nationwide soft coal strike now in its fifth day followed a Wage Stabilization Board ruling last Saturday that only of the negotiated increase could be paid on grounds that any more would damage gram the stabilization pro The report that an appeal is under study came from an official in close touch with the case who asked not to be identified A substantial portion of the struck industry was described as just as eager as Lewis to settle on the full wageincrease and get production going again At Zanesville O a nonunion mine owner was forced from his car at gun point and slugged His mine superintendent was fired on twice and his equipment set afire would be successfuk i aftcr he fled Seven miners of a nonunion eration at Oakwood Va changed shots with an unidentified group that attacked their cabin No one was hurt Dynamite blasts wrecked one steel railroad bridge damaged another belonging to struck coal company near WidenI WVa J The industry was described not too hopeful that an appeal   

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