Mason City Globe Gazette, December 18, 1952

Mason City Globe Gazette

December 18, 1952

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 18, 1952, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETT E THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBOR S HOME EDITION VOL LIX Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY DECEMBER 18 1952 ims iaper Conslsls ot Two One No 60 One Siamese Twin Not Expected to Live After Operation thc twins separated Wednesday in this brain eovorin ht SiamCSC lwins scParated Wednesday in history making operation was doing badly Thursday anrl physicians doubted he would survive imusaay dnd llnKr JviC the Department of neurology at the Univerbi y of Illinois said surgeons had to make a choice durin the daylong surgical operation and that Rodney Dae the smaller becausc he showcd thc greater Oldberg said surgeons found Ihe twins had only a single fused containing a single saggilal sinus vein that drains blood from the brain back to the heart Rodnev was this brain covering and the drainage vein Oldberg said the chances that Roger Lee would develop collater al circulation are almost nil and that the next few hours will tell the story He reported Roger Lee didnt do well during the operation and was in shock several times with his condition precarious But he also emphasized that surgeons found it would be more difficult to turn the brain covering and sinus over to Roger Lee Dr Oldberg said thc surgeons more or less went for one and took a chance on the other Was this to aid survival of the fittest he was asked Deep Sec re t Ike Considers Peace Plan Offered by Mac NEW YORK Dwight D Eisenhower cloaked in deep secrecy Thursday the Korean War and world peace views outlined to him by Gen Douglas MacArthur Aides said Eisenhower was studying ideas MacArthur set forth at their historymaking conference Wednesday but added that no detailed public account of what was discussed can be expected After the conference at thc home of John Foster Dulles secretary of statedesignate the two five star generals told newsmen they Makers of Cars Raise Production WASHINGTON of au tomobiles and orher civilian goods raised their production goals for the second quarter of 1953 Thurs day on the basis of government assurance they will have more steel than at any time since the Korean War began The Defense Production Admin istration DPA authorized them late Wednesday to use steel up to 70 per cent of their preKorean rate This is about 16 per cent more than for the third quarter of producers weighed 1952 Aluminum meanwhile a conditional govern ment offer for a ceiling price in crease of onehalf cent a pound on primary aluminum pig and ingot and 4 per cent on fabricated alum inum products The DPA allotments of controlled materials for the AprilMayJune quarter of 1953 made ho change in the rale of of copper and alum inum The agency said these metals still are scarce Copper use will conlinue at 50 per cent of pre Korean levels and aluminum at 44 per cent Pen Pals in Grundy Center GRUNDY CENTER la The young couple who planned to be married before ever meeting one another arrived here Wednes day to visit the bridetobes par ents Mariam Brown 19 and Sgt Ray mond Larr 20 were pen pals while the sergeant was stalioned wilh the Air Force in England He flew to his home at Adams Mills O and was met there by Mariam The two traveled by bus from Adams Mills and arrived here Wednesday The sergeant says Mariam is all I had thought she would be and more too Mariam simply Hes super The couple will be married Sun day in Grundy Center at the Methodist Church says had discussed the problem of win ning peace in Korea and the resl of the world MacArthur Speech The luncheon gettogelher re sulled from a MacArthur speech here on Dec 5 He said then there is a clear and definite solution to the Korean conflict Eisenhower who had jusl com pleted a threeday inspection of the war zone in Korea in search of a formula messaged MacArthur from aboard a cruiser in the Paci fic that he would like to confer with him MacArthur promptly ac cepted the invitation The meeting Wednesday was ar ranged by Dulles who also sat in When it was over neither Eis enhower nor MacArthur said in statements whether they were in agreement on a course to follow in Korea Neither mentioned the clear and definite solution which MacArthur had talked about on Dec 5 An Eisenhower aide said pri vately there was no doubt that MacArthur had set forth a plan After all said the was the whole purpose of the meet1 mg 2 Hour Meeting The conference started a few minutes after 1 pm and Eisen lower and MacArthur left Dulles iome two hours and 15 minutes ater Ignoring microphones which had Jeen set up to record his remarks Eisenhower turned to reporters and talked in a scarcely audible tone When the Presidentelect re urned to his Commodore Hotel headquarters he repeated his re marks as best he could recall You might call it that he replied The professor disclosed the wins received a total of six quarts of blood in transfusions during the marathon 12 hour and 40 minute optialion to separate the twin sons of Mr and Mrs Royt Brodie of Mohne 111 The boys are lJ months old This amount of blood was equivalent lo replacing their total normal amount of blood capacity three times over In thc average adult U would be roughly thc equivalent of receiving 18 to 20 quarts of blood Dr Oldberg said thai actually the bony part of the boys heads which were joined like hvo chimneys were cut apart Aug 30 IKE AND MAC AFTER PARLEYPresidentelect Eisenhower and Gen Douglas MacArthur pause outside the home of John Foster Dulles in New York after their historic peace conference Wednesday Brodic a farmer and meat cutter and his wife a former nurse arc the parents of four other children all normal Earlier Brodie said he realized the great risk involved in the operation but we wanted them to have a normal life A team of at least 15 neurosurgcons plastic surgeons anesthesi ologists pediatricians and nurses participated in the operation which was the ninth of a scries performed on thc twins since their birth on 1C 1951 Previous operations were designed lo prepare the twins for thc main ordeal A detailed account of the operation was not given Wednesday night hy surgeons too exhausted Truman Group New Medical F Titos Vatican Break Strains Weakest Link WASHINGTON Titos break with the Vati can aroused fresh worry here Thursday over the weakest link in the chain of antiSoviet nations in between Communist Yugoslavia and Catholic Italy The American governments concern with the situation arises from its desire to es Utblish the closest political and military cooperation among all the European countries in the interest of checking Soviet power Tilos diplomatic break with thc Vatican Wednesday probably will make il more difficult to achieve this aim Sawyer Criticizes Aid Setup Back From Europe Tour hem to James C Hagerly who relayed press secretary Ihem to1 reporters They were I have just met with two old friends for a very enjoyable lunch Our general topic of conversa ion was peace We discussed the possibility of peace in Korea with particular reference to the world situation in which of course such Korean peace would have to be determined WASHINGTON of Commerce Sawyer says the United itates has too many people and oo many agencies doing too many things in Western Europe at the cost of waste and confusion This was thc meat of a hard swinging attack on U S aid ad ministration in Europe which Saw yer just back from a 10country study in Europe inserted into a report Wednesday night to Presi dent Truman Agencies Abolished Sawyer said personnel abroad can be cut sharply and some agen cies abolished He said he found Europe in bet ter economic shape than he ex peeled and that tremendous re covery has taken place in coun tries receiving U S aid Europe can march on to pros perity he said if it docs not lose failh in ilself Sawyer undertook the study at Trumans request He took wilh him finance and trade officials from the Treasury and Commerce Department and two businessmen All joined him he said in the con clusions set forth in the report Sawyer did not disagree with the idea of extending the roughly 50 billion dollars in aid Western Eur ope has received since the war He said it was indispensable to thc rebuilding of wardamaged econo mies and lo stopping the spread of communism Takes Exception But he look vigorous exception to the administrative structure built up to hand out money goods and advice Furthermore he said the lime has come for Ihe U S to halt direct some ex ceptions such as military aid and reduced economic help to Itaiy and favor of longterm help in the form of private investment and increased trade Most Europeans he talked lo Sawyer indicated agreed that the time has come for trade not aid the slogan popularized by Britains Chancellor of the Exchequer R A B Butler CELEBRATE FIRST U S copters hover over the monument on Kill Devel Hill at Kit ty Hawk N C for the 49th celebration of the first suc airplane flight by Orville and Wilbur Wright Reports GOP Ready to Accept Taft as Leader WASHINGTON UP hower Republicans were ready to accept Sen Hobert A Taft as Sen ate majority leader Thursday in a frank bid for peace between Ihe oncewarring factions of the vic lorious GOP Friends of Sen Styles Bridges Top Jet Ace Scores Again ov miuges SEOIJL Americas hottest who is entitled to the leadership Sabre jet ace shot down another post on Ihe basis of seniority re ported lhat the New Hampshire senator probably will take himself out of contention in about 10 days Senators close to Presidentelect Eisenhower were assuring all hands that Taft will be acceptable in Ihe leadership post The lipoff came Tuesday when Iwo legislators Sens Frank Carl son of Kansas and H Alexander Smith of New Jersey plugged for Taft speaking on Eisenhowers very doorstep in New York 175 Pints Blood Donated Up to 1 P M Thursday The second day of the Red Cross Bloodmobilcs visit to Mason City apparently will be even more suc cessful than Wednesday officials indicated In a fourhour period up to 1 pm Thursday 175 Ccrro Gbrdo County residents had each given a pint of blood More than 45 other persons were waiting to be processed at thai lime The Bloodmobilc collected 202 pints Wednesday bringing thc tolal lo 377 as of 1 pm Thursday Goal in the twoclay visit was 528 pints Officials expected a heavy rush just before closing lime at 3 pm Thursday which could send Ihe col lodion past its goal Blood donated is flown lo Korea lo aid wounded servicemcn All About ADOUl The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy Thursr day night Increasing cloudiness Friday Iowa Partly cloudy Thursday night Friday mostly cloudy and cold Minnesota Partly cloudy con tinued cold Thursday Friday mostly cloudy GlobeGazelle wcalher dala up to 8 a m Thursday Maximum 31 Minimum 11 At 8 a m 11 YEAR AGO Maximum 32 Minimum Communist MIG fighler and a sec ond M1G was damaged in air bat lies high over North Korea Thurs day Ihc US Fifth Air Force re ported Lt James F Low Sausalilo Calif credited with his ninth MIG jet said it was the roughest dog fight ho has had in two lours in Korea Ten Sabres clashed wilh 22 MIGs high above thc Suiho reservoir al most directly over thc Yalu River boundary of Manchuria Thc Air Force reported its fighl crbombcrs smashed a large Com munist troop concentration area about 20 miles below the North Ko rean capital Pyongyang The Air Force said 70 buildings were destroyed and 30 damaged Ground action was light Slav Chief Denounces Churchman BELGRADE Yugoslavia Wl Foreign Minister Edward Kardelj bitterly assailed Archbishop Alojzijc Stepinac Thursday as i sinister and inhuman person Kardelj also accused Italy of iis ing the Vatican as a tool in campaign against Yugoslavia Karcleljs speech before a spe cial session Parliaments For eign Policy Committee was a fol lowup to Yugoslavias action Wed nesday in breaking off diplomatic relations with the Vatican He made it plain that a main reason for the rupture was the naming of Stepinac as one 24 new cardinals of the Roman Cath olic Church Kardelj described this as an open provocation made to service the anliYugoslav campaign abroad Slcpinac was let out of prison last December after serving five years of a 16year sentence for col laboralion wilh Ihe Germans His work is rcslricled to that of a parish priest at Krasic his native town There Vatican expelled from the country Yugo slav officials said the law of their country does not permit expulsion Msgr Di Oddi head of thc Vati can legation in Belgrade was told lo leave Yugoslavia as soon as possible He said he is awaiting instruclions from Rome and does not know just when he will de larl It is assumed that Switzer land or France will take charge of the legation here for the Vatican after he leaves was speculation at the that Stepinac might be PREVIOUSLY Odd fcellowa Orphans Hume CKy WiTanYe Club From Gruidpa A Friend Scads This ltfcncr ud Ose Grirtln Cora and JM jnnmblni 1001 iOfl soo U Memory pf Stanley Arnica From a Friend io Mrs Ullle Slorck Brickyard Gnpt Mmsou llrlck i Tile Co Plant No 1 S3SOO Plant Supervisors liUO From a Friend Glenn Marshall City 200 First National Bank Employes M Ra Hon Ahoy Cluh 36HI ion ion 5 R Chevrolet Co n Memory of Charlci Ielersmi Joyce Kilmer Cluh oe aCola Fund Employes Sickness Jusl Rle Club VlU Sophomore Class Rock Falls High As You Like II Club Tllorilton The Swift Grandchildren elUr Carrier Auxiliary No ur lermansmis Dairy Branch Employes ISoimlc iick and Tommy I Want Vou lo Have This Money Oeorjli Clear Lake SI Johnj Kplscupil Church Reo tori Discretionary Fund From Linda Barker Uts E Mauck Michael J Jafrfck onirrcititlniinl Womans Kulld Anonymous Friend ami and Jim Tail lock Falls Junior Clasi aare Friend Jlicle First lullicran Church Xorthnood and Carol llonartl II ami Kanawlia o Ann IolMlofcr AP TAKE IT EASY BROTHER Three year Myers tries to soothe his yearold brother Geoffrey who just doesnt seem to like this Santa Glaus routine at Phil THE DAYS TOTAL TOTAL TO DATE CAMPAIGN COAT SlnOfl 00 CASH STILL NEEDED Just Four Giving Days Are Left 3 UST OVER THE Boost to Voluntary Insurance U S States Would Finance WASHINGTON lfl President Trumans Commission on the Health Needs of the Nation came up Thursday with a middleground proposal for solving one of thd countrys hottest to pay thc doctors bill Thc commission proposed billion dollar annual outlay of fed eral and stale funds lo bolsler vol untary insurance plans covering the costs of hospital and medical care for all the nations people lacking full ability to pay Administered by States The program would be admin istered chiefly by the stales which would match federal money dollar fordollar It differs both from a plan un successfully espoused by President Truman and a rival proposal of the American Medical Association In Chicago the presidentof the AMA termed one aspect of the report compulsory health insuri ance Dr Louis H Bauer of Hemp stead N Y said a major recom nendalion in the report provides hat Ihe federal government through payroll deductions would pay directly for the medical care of a large segment of the popu lation This is compulsory health insurance The AMA said it would withhold comment on the full report pend ing careful study by a four man committee President Truman since 1945 has vainly plugged for a federal system of prepaid sickness insur ance for wageearning Americans and their be financed by a compulsory tax on employes and employers along the lines of the social security system Socialized Medicine The AMA has termed Trumans proposal socialized medicine and has campaigned for the extension of voluntary insurance that is plans which a person can purchase if he wishes The AMA however has never taken a stand as to whether it favored federal subsidy of such plans The commission appointed in November 1951 lo assess Mid no 11100 11100 3 on roO HALF MARK DAYS Thats WAY AND FOUR GIVING 1 LEFT he story a nutshell of the 1952 Christ mas Cheer Fund Thursday Some ex tremely generous gifts totaling S34072 brought the grand total to One of the most appreciated con tributions yet received came from thc Odd Fellows Orphans It wasnt largo in only but it represented some real sacrificial giving by 34 youngsters who gave a dime apiece from their meager earnings The gift was in the fin est Christmas tradition WaTanYe which had previous ly authorized a donation of from thc club treasury added through the personal gifts from the 34 members present at Wednes day nights meeting Then there were some wonder ful contributions by industrial and office groups without which the Christmas Cheer Fund could nev er boapt a record of 26 past over Ihelop years The situation is becoming more hopeful day by day But there can be no resting on the oars Have nations health needs and to make recommendations as it saw fit collected some two million words of testimony from experts in var ious fields during hearings held in close to another million words in hearings through out the counlrj One of its main findings was that despite superior medical service and low death rates Amer icans are not enjoying as good health as might be expected In this country One prime reason the comis sion said was that people in low income groups cant afford ade quate medical care The commission estimated the federal governments share of such a program would total 000 annually including the 750 mil lion dollars for grants to states ia the voluntary prepayment plan This would double present federal health outlays YOU done your share Is a col lective gift under way in theplace where you work Theres still none to waste Either bring your contribution to the GlobeGazette business affict or mail it to Christmas OMOT i ;

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