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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 17, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THl NIWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LIX Associated tad United Full Lease Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 17 152 This Paper Consists Two Ona No DONORS GIVE TO WOUNDED SERVICEMENCerro Gordo g Ked Cross Bloodmobiles 2day visit to Mason City off to a fine start Wednesday Offi cials said that 99 donors had given a pint of blood each and had been completely proc essed at 1 pm This picture shows some of the preparation carried out before the donor gives the pint of blood A donor in foreground is shown having his temperature taken while a doctor and a nurse in right background take medical data from volunteer donors Many of these donors were giving their blood for the second and third times The Blood mobilewill be at the Mason City YMCA Thursday from 9 am to 3 pm Additional don ors may report directly to the YMCA or call1321 or J662 for appointments The blood donated here and in other North Iowa communities will be f lown directly to the wounded servicemen in Korea UP to Legislature Recommends Body to Set Utility Prices t DES MOINES State Public Utilities Study Com mittee Wednesday recommended creation of an Iowa Public Service Commission to regulate the rates services and fi nancingof public utilities It left up to the 1953 legis lature whether to exempt munici pal plants and Rural Electrifica tion Administration Cooperatives The committee was divided on that point But the division was not dis closed Replace Commission The proposed commission would supplant the present Iowa Com merce Commission after a few months of dual operations and then take over the duties of the latter agency The proposed commis sion would have five members ap pointed by the governor and paid a year Com merce Commission has three elec tive members who each draw 300 annually The Commerce Commission reg ulates railroads trucks and buses The proposedagency would add electricgas water telephone and local transportation companies Financed by Feet The proposed agency would be financed by fees collected from in spections and other activities ex cept that tax funds wouldbe re quired to pay the salaries of the commission members The Com merce Commission collects some fees but is largely financed by about a year from taxes DEATH ACCIDENTAL SPIRIT LAKE death of Albert Schumacher 44 at his home in Milford Dec 4 has been ruled accidental He was found on the floor of his garage a car motor running Union Issues Strike Paper MOLINE 111 print ers who walked off their jobs at four newspapers in the TriCities area Monday said Wednesday they planned to publish a second edition of a special tabloidsize strike newspaper No negotiations between repre sentatives of Local 170 of the In ternational Typographical Union and the affected newspapers will be held Wednesday Harold Clark second vice president of the ITU who was sent here to advise the striking printers said Clark said the printers Tuesday issued a 12page newspaper called the QuadCity Printer and would go to press with the tabloid sized strike paper again Wednes day BULLETIN WASHINGTON Of John Pot ter Dulles secretary of state designate was quoted Wednesday as saying he had heard Alger Hiss was a sort of felfow travel ler at the time he recommend ed Hiss for president of the neoje Endowment in 1944 PREVIOUSLY REPORTED 77540 GlobeGaieUe News Boom 2060 In Memory ot J Boy Scout Troop 8 Tint Chris tian Church 357 Ed SUIheU joo Nancy Lee Sherman Brownie Troop Jcttcrtou School 310 Art Clufc 5M Brownie Troop No 47 K U BOO Iowa Hardware Mutual Employes United Clay CIO Union Local IK Htnford Aid 1090 MUilonarr Department Flrtt ChrlitUn Church A Peterson lofl Val Jean Haaaen Alexander Mason City Lions Club Sam Department Store 2500 Unnamed Mason City Friend 10DO Bobby Billy Jimmy and Anne 1000 The Delaware HV THE DAYS TOTAL t TOTAL TO DATE J 94378 CAMPAIGN GOAL 5150000 CASH STILL NEEDED M5MS2 Time Big Element in Fund Drive OW WERE EN TERING THE FINAL WEEK OF THE CHRIS TMAS CHEER FUND S 0 LICITATION AND THE RACE CLEAR LY IS AGAINST TIME Only six days remain be tween now and the campaigns closing oclock pm Wed nesday Dec yet to be raised Can it be done Thats a question that must be answered by YOU and your neigh bor Certainly the goal will not be reached without some spirited giv ing Either bring your gift to the GlobeGazette office or mail it to Christmas Cheer Fund Mason City Iowa About FACES LONELY January old Muryla Fox was badly burned and 65 per cent of her small body covered by third degree burns She has already undergone 21 skin grafts in a San Francisco hospital with inore to come She has been put in a special frame where spend the holidays Muryla says she would like to from other boys and girls Here a nurse reads her Christmas card The Weather City Increasing cloudiness Thursday con siderablecloudiness and colder fair Wednesday night Thursday partly cloudy and slightly colder Mtmwtota Partly cloudy Wednes day night and Thursday GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum 36 Minimum 14 At 8 am 18 YEAR AGO Maximum 10 Minimum Ike MacArthur Hold Meeting Probers Search Into Diamond Case Lattimore to Be Arraigned for Perjury Far East Expert States Innocence WASHINGTON Latti more will get a chance to reply formally on Friday to an indict ment charging that he lied under oath when he said he had never been a sympathizer or promoter of Communism or Red interests Lattimore has said I am of course innocent of the charges in the indictment returned late Tuesday by a federal grand jury here He is the controversial Far Eastern affairs specialist and oc casional State Department consul tant often accused by Sen Me Carthy The indictment accused Lalti more of perjury on seven points during his testimony before the Senate Internal Security Subcom mittee last spring The indictment termed all seven points mater ial Lattimore is to be arraigned Fri day and trial date may be set then McCarthy in 1950 called Latti more the top Soviet espionage agent in America Pure moonshine replied Latli more 52yearold director of the Walter Hines Page School of In ternational Relations at Johns Hop kins University Baltimore The indictment prompted Sen Mundt RSD to call for a con gressional investigation to try to find outthe names of the patron saints of Lattimore and career diplomat John Carter Vincent MOiT f Lost in 3 Local WASHINGTON Attorney Tobias Sioux City la Wednesday with hat he turned office into a billcollecting agency for a private law client Robert E Collier chief counsel told a Judiciary Subcommittee in vestigating the Justice Depart ment he obtained sworn testimony io the effect that Diamond tried to force settlement a civil claim by threatening members of a Miami Fla firm with prosecution Dia mond who is 74 resigned as US attorney on Nov 9 Replaced by Mason He was replaced by HI L Mason of Mason City Collier said in his opening state ment the accusations were made last month during closed door questioning of Herman Gross Mr and Mrs David Schiller and Her man N Rice associated with Breakins Total loss of more than in cash and merchandise was re ported to Mason City police Wed nesday after three business places were ransacked some time Tues or Tuesday night Police said the thief or thieves broke into the H and H Grocery 1401 N Federal Todds Tavern 1448 N Federal and the Mason City News Agency 19V4 E State At each place entry was gained by either forcing a door or break ing a glass window The thefts brought to four the number of Mason City concerns robbed in five days Last Saturday in coins was taken from the De Wilde Auto Service 15 4th NE after prowlers smashed a side win dow Both H and H Grocery and Todds Tavern apparently were robbed early Wednesday police in dicated The loss of in cash and worth of magazines at Mason City News Service was first noticed Tuesday evening by Har vey Getz manager Getz said he was ill most of the day and did not go to the office until the eve ning when he found a rear win dow smashed Greatest loss was reported at the H and H Grocery Marvin Hilton manager said a door had been forced open before he reported for work at am Wednesday In addition to in cash missing from a cash register 61 pounds of meat and five pounds of cheese valued at was taken from a cooler Also stolen were 32 car tons of cigarets and a milk case Todd Kennedy owner of Todds Tavern said a rear door on his establishment was forced and coin boxes from a juke box and bowling game containing about in coins were taken Onetime Slave Succumbs at 114 DES MOINES UP Ben Tay lor a former Negro slave died in Broadlawns General Hospital Tuesday at the age of 114 Born in Louisville Ky Taylor had lived in DCS Moines for many years He bad been ill for only a month By THE WIRE SERVICES Former US E Diamond of was confronted sworn testimony his government Quality Egg Shippers Inc Miami Fla Collier said the Miami firm was 3ngaged in a controversy with Richard Swalvc of George la over a shipment of eggs it bought from Swalve last spring Diamond represented Swalve the subcom mittee counsel went on and visit ed the Miami people last May The witnesses have given sworn testimony that Mr Diamond un duly attempted to impress them with his position as a federal pros ecuting official used violent and abusive language and attempted to intimidate them by threaten ing jail and indictment his de mands were not met Collier said Steps Aside He added that on Sept 2 Dia mond stepped aside as Swalves lawyer and on the next day a fed eral grand jury in the Northern District of Iowa indicted Gross and Schiller on a charge of intent to defraud Allied Bombers Rake Reds Jets Down Commie Fighter SEOUL Korea Superferts hurled tons of AIIIII LO Illlllt bombs Wednesday on two big Communist supply areas in ul j Korea whlle outnumbered American Sabre jet pilots areas in damaged battles Sabrejet pilots brought their claims for the last three days to five MIGs destroyed one prob ably destroyed and seven dam aged The total may go even higher when gun camera film is evaluated Damage credits went to 2nd Lt Paul J Jacobson of Elmore Minn and Capt Vincent E Stack Crys tal Falls Mich Fighterbombers from five 5th Air Force wings and a Marine air group bombed Red transport and battlefront positions in North Korea American Superforts pounded two Red supply dumps dropping 220000 pounds of explosives despite a heavy overcast and hurricane force winds The B29s flying from Okinawa used radar to aim their 500pound bombs through the cloud cover on 99 Communist supply buildings in the Haeju Peninsula area of North western Korea Light flak and one enemy night fighter harassed the medium tombers but weather was the most formidable opposition The winds reached more than 100 miles an hour Cop Probers of Bribe Offer NEW YORK detective told the New York State Crime Com mission Wednesday that he re jected a bribe offered by a mem ber of the AFL International Long shoremens Association to lay off the boys on the Jersey City wa terfront Jersey City Detective John Wal dron said the bribe was offered him in November 1951 by a man named Johnnie Alu The bribe starting with for three Jer sey City intended to put 10 policemen on a stevedor ing firms payroll Waldron testi fied Waldron look the witness stand as the commissions probe of rack eteering in the worlds largest port kept its spotlight focused on Jersey ty for the second day V NAPERVTLLE 111 inten sive 10day search for two missing children was renewed Wednesday after the grim and tedious job of draining a huge quarry failed to yield their bodies The hunt for the youngsters a Jyearolci girl and a 3yearold boy developed into a community project Were mighty proud of our peo ple Mayor Charles Wellner said four others over MIG The F8G pilots racked up Wednesdays score in four sepa rate aerial duels involving a total of 10 Sabres and 44 MIGs In one fight two Sabres took on 24 MIGs 35 miles south of the Yalu River WASHINGTON mA reduclioi damaging one of the Russianbuilt TT A ct t planes ln United States foreign aid fund As a result of congressmen willing to take stand in an Associated Press sur Congressmen Wont Foreign Aid Cut vey foreign aid cuts in their replies while Sen Langer RND sak flatly Nothing for foreign aid Tito Breaks Off Relations With Vatican TITO POPE BELGRADE Yugoslavia Marshal Tito broke oft diplomatic relations the Vatican Wednes day charging interference in the ntcrnal affairs of Yugoslavia cli maxed by the appointment of Arch jishop Aloysious Stcpinac to be a cardinal Deputy Foreign Minister Ales Bebler visited Oddi Vatican Monsignor Silvio charge daffaires Some of this 90 per cent pro tested hotly what they called waste and poor results in the 87 billion dollars America has sent its al lies during the past 12 years Others among the 10 per cent defended the program as provid ing the most defense per dollar Thirtyone senators called for criminal Stepinac to be a cardi this morning and told him of Titos decision No Details Date and details of the departure of Oddi for the Vatican were no announced No move will be necessary for Tito for he has not been repre sented recently by a delegation a the Vatican The decision of antiKremlin Communist Tito to break relation with Pope Pius XII came as a surprise to most eluding Catholic leaders eve though relations have worsenec steadily for a long time Denounces Vatican Tito in a speech Tuesday billerlj denounced the Vatican and callcc tho Popes nomination of war nal an insult to this country Stcpinac was sentenced to 16 years in prison as a war criminal Tots Not Found in Drained Quarry Search Continued Theyve done their best For the last week residents of Naperville have kept vigil at the quarter mile wide quarry The pumping operation an aroundthe clock project by volunteer workers was started trailed the missing children to the quarrys edge Hundreds had joined in the search on Dec 7 shortly after the children Jean Peterson and her nextdoor playmate Edward Rosen sliel had been reported missing Forty square miles of countryside were covered by police deputy sheriffs Boy Scouts and hundred of volunteers Searchers combed Naperville for three days before plans were made to drain the quarry They lookec into every shed garage barn well viaduct sewer and backyard in Napervillc a community of some 7000 about miles SEARCH BOTTOM OF searched comb iceencrusted mud and debris at the bottom of an abandoned quarry at NaperviHe 111 after it was drained in search of two missing children Eisenhower to Consider Inflation Slates Series of Top Parleys NEW YORK JfhPresidentelect jisenhower and Gen Douglas lacArlhur conferred Wednesday n the home of John Foster Dulles he secretary of statedesignate The meeting was arranged fol owing MacArthurs statement here was a clear and definite so ution to the Korean War Leave Together Eisenhower and Dulles left the residentelects Commodore Hotel headquarters together to keep tha appointment with the formerFar 5asl commander who was ousted y President Truman MacArthur raveled separately to the Dulles what was described as a uncheon meeting James Hagerty Eisenhowers press secretary announced the onfercnce shortly after the gen sral and Dulles left the Eisenhow sr Commodore Hotel headquarters Eisenhower announced plans for a series of meetings with GOP congressional leaders to discuss among other problems methods of controlling inflation Eisenhower said another meeting o follow as promptly as pos sible will bring in Sen Styles Bridges of New Hampshire who served as minority leader in the Democraticcontrolled 82nd Con gress Sen Taft of Ohio Chair man of the Senate GOP Policy Committee Sen Millikin of Colo rado chairman of the conference of all Republican senators and Sen Saltonstall of Massachusetts assistant minority leader in the last Congress Senate Group Hagerty said the meeting with the Senate group probably will be held between Christmas and New Years day Eisenhower said the meetings are for discussion of the best methods of cooperation between h e executive and legislative tranches of the government The general added These meetings will be helpful IB developing a legislative pro gram which will deserve the united support of the Congress and of the people The session Thursday with House 3OP leaders will be Eisenhowers first meeting with key Republi cans in Congresssince the latter part of November GOP Governorelect George raig of Indiana was among tho callers Wednesday at the generals headquarters He said the Presi dentelects statement on Koreai maintains confidence the gov ernment will be in the most cap able hands possible under Eisen lower Ikes Craig was referring to Eisen icnvcrs remarks regarding the Korean War made upon his re urn from the war zone last Sun day At that time the Presidentelect expressed optimism about finding a way to end the Korean conflict ionorably but he aiso stressed that there is no simple peace mula at hand Craig said Eisenhowers state ment had disabused any thought here can be any miracle or any superhuman plan to end the Korean War An aide said that under no cir cumstances would the general take sides for Sen Taft or any other Republican This aide who asked not to named said Eisenhower takes the position that it is a matter for Sen ate Republicansalone to decide There were signs meanwhile that if Taft decides he wants the eadership post he will have the sacking of a group of GOP sena tors who supported Eisenhower against the Ohioan for the presi dential nomination Sen Frank Carlson of Kansas an Eisenhower adviser during the campaign conferred with the gen eral Tuesday and told a news con erence afterward that if Taft vants to be Republican leader ot he Senate I presume he will e Carlson added he would favor Taft for the job if he bids for it Both Carlson and Sen H Alex ander Smith of New Jersey pre dicted there will beno fight among Senate Republicans over the post liey said they are convinced Sen Styles Bridges of New Hampshire doesnt want it t   

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