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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 22, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for Uw MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H f NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IO WANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LIX Associated Press nod United Frets Full Seven Cents Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY DECEMBER 22 1952 TlUs Japcr Consists of Two No 43 One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL Managing Editor More Than His Brothers Keeper T looked around for a story of hope and inspiration to usher in the Christmas and New Years season And I found it Its the story of Maurice du Pont Lee 01 Wilmington Delaware who retiree not so many months ago follow ing an outstanding career as an engineer for the mighty chemical concern known as du Fonts Our Lees and mine a few weeks ago when we spent several days on the Pur due campus counseling with stu dents in their classrooms and in the places where they live We were fellow Old Masters so called Before that I had merely known about him from having read an amazing story about him in the Saturday Evening Post later reproduced in condensed form by Readers Digest In the title given to that Post article wasa tipoff to the most Important fact about this man whose forebears included the founders of the du Pont empire on one side of the house and the fa mous Lees of Virginia on the other Light Horse Harry Lee of Revolutionary days and Robert E Lee of a later era in our history were both kinsmen of his A Job for Retirement They Got Busy was the revealing title over that article in the Saturday Evening Post which was built around my newfound friend and others oJ like age and status in the Dela ware metropolis He and his com panions have dedicated their sun set years to the task of applying the sumtotal of their knowledge and experience to the advancement of small business and free enter prise in America Turned out to pasture says editorial preface to the Post article these men have found a ready market for their years of hardwon experience Now they are selling their services at cutrates having a lot of fun at the time Until you meet up with Maurice du Pont Lee you are prone to view the approach of your own sunset years with a melancholy eye But after you spend three or four days with him you come al most to feel that the very best part of your life has been saved tDl the last You can hardly wait Im very sure that Mr Lee regards what he is doing these days as more important and more enjoy able than anything he has ever done in his distinguished career as an engineer Helping Brother Help Himself While Mr Lee and the consid erable number of other retired business executives joined with him in Consulting and Advisory Serv ices Inc have given an affirm ative answer to the ageold ques tion Am I My Brothers Keep er the story doesnt quite there It goes quite a little be yond satisfying their personal do gooduntoothers instinct Theyre helping their brother to help himself They see in the fruits of their new labors an opportunity to knock into a cocked hat that old oftre peated assertion The little fellow doesnt have a chance anymore What gives plausibility to that poignant cry is the statistical fact that only five per cent of the new businesses being started these days survive more than two years Thats an appalling toll of failure What Mr Lee and his associ ates know going in and what they hope to make clear beyond argu ment is that this high mortality rate among infant businesses is in no sense inherent in our system of free enterprise Nor is it some thing that can be eliminated or even remedied by more laws The premise of Maurice Lee and those working at his side in this nonprofit venture is that the high death rate here referred to is due wholly tofaulty business methods Learning by so called trial and error will not work in our highly com petitive era Heres How It Works In a very real sense the services Maurice Lee and those of many another former ex ecutive is being made available to those who have launched a new business in the Delaware metro polis and found the going too tough Theres a growing list of firms rescued from the shoals through the interest and the ef forts of Consulting and Advisory Services Inc To show you just how the pro gam works let me dip into the Wilmington story for one typical CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 U S Group Blames Russians for Atrocities 21 Arrested in Crackdown on Waterfront Accused Routed Out of Bed NEW YORK per sons were arrested Monday as the racketprobing Kings County Granc Jury came to grips with crime 01 the New York waterfront All were arrested on sealed in dictmenls which the grand jury handed up to County Judge Sam liel S Leibowitz last Friday Thirty members of the district attorneys rackets squad hurriec through the rainswept streets o Brooklyn before dawn with war rants routing the accused out of bed They will be arraigned later Monday before Judge Leibowitz The names and charges were no revealed immediately The grand jury is he same which indicted kingpin bookmaker Harry Gross and led id one of the biggest shakeups In the history of the New York police department Mondays arrests were the la test in a developing manifold pros eculion of criminals on the New York waterfront The way was charted by testimony before the New York State Crime Commis sion in its probe of rackets which cost the ports seven billion dollar a year shipping industry an esli mated 350 millions annually Urges Private Atom Business WASHINGTON National Security Resources Board urged Monday that the government en courage greater participation by private enterprise in the develop ment and use of atomic energy as a source of power This is one way the board said in a 100page report to President Truman the nation can plan to insure against exhaustion of its strategic materials resources Other steps it recommended aft er a six months study of long term materials and energy supply problems included mineral leasing system as an optional alternative to claim staking on public lands law prescribing policy to be followed by the Department of the Interior in managing offshore oil lands Laws authorizing United States participation with Canada in constructing Ihe St Lawrence Seaway authorizing reduc tion or elimination of tariffs on raw materials in which this coun try is substantially deficient emphasis on mineral resources in technical assistance programs for underd cv eloped areas of the world President Issues Christmas Message WASHINGTON WVP r e s i d ent Truman in a special yuletide mes sage told troops in Korea they are holding back aggression and thus enabling your countrymen and millions of other people to enjoy a peaceful Christmas In a second message issued dur the weekend the President told all overseas servicemen that the ask you have set for yourselves is nothing less than the salvation of the world All About ADOUt The Weather Mason City Snow continuing Mon day night becoming flurries and ending Tuesday Iowa Snow north and west Mon day night Tuesday mostly cloudy northeast Minnesota Snow southeast with occasional freezing rain or drizzle Monday night Around three inches of new snow Tues day considerable cloudiness GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Monday Maximum Minimum At 8 a m Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 31 25 31 01 3 17 PREVIOUSLY REFOKTEI GlobeGazette Newspaper Boys Clear Lake GlubeGazetle Car riers Randy i Vicky A Krlend Women ol the Moose Mason CUr Chapter In Memory of a little Girl Lake Mill Friend Sheet Melal Workers Local S3 Mason City Little Theater Linda Kathy Ann Boyd Mason City Business i Profes sional Womens Club i The Harry Geltj Mary Ann Mike and Fred Ca balan Union Township Farm Bureau Two From Wildwood of the Land 4H Club Ventura Douxlai Martin From Otto John Jeter Thorn ton Maudes Cheer Small Cltl From a Friend In Memory of Matt J Mullln Arllanne Beckjorden Janet Richard Bartsch From Joann Thorland Thompson Peoples Gas t Electric and Mason City and Clear Lake Railway Employes Catholic of America The 312 Rs Anonymous Friend Plymouth Mothers Club iiili Ed and Eslelle Sather PEO Chapter IV Anonymous Friend GTA Grace Evangelical Ladles Aid THE DAYS TOTAL TOTAL TO DATE JMUIO losr ilK 100 500 iOO KM 11100 iono JO 00 100 flOO 200 300 iOl oo 100 100 11100 100 200 100 2010 lOOf 200 201 G6G 151 xm 100 GOAL OFCAMPAIGN Jiri CASH STILL NEEDED S Paper Boys Do Bit in Cheer Fund OUR NEWSPA PERBOY HAS DONE HIS BIT TOWARD Reach ing the cash goal set for this years Christ mas Cheer Fund For some of them it involved a bit of sacrificial giv ing a fact which will not we believe be ignored by he public in its feelings toward the Christmas Cheer Fund or the carrier boys who have set an ad mirable example With two giving days left there just a little less than to be raised to reach Ihe assigned joal In view of the fact however hat Family Service last year found itself in need of more than was realized in the Cheer Fund Still Time Is your gang repre sented on this years Christ mas Cheer Fund list of con tributors Why dont YOU take the lead in a collective gift Theres still time but no lime to lose solicitation theres a hope that the total may be at least by 2 oclock Wednesday afternoon when he campaign formally ends If you havent yet done so youll want to have a part in this venture n applied Christianity Either ring your contribution to the GlobeGazette business office or mail it to Christmas Cheer Fund Mason City Iowa 3 Injured When Car Truck Crash Joe M Hanks of Miller SD was in Mercy Hos ital at Mason City with unde ermined injuries following a col ision of a car driven by her hus and and a pickup truck driven by Pete Becker of Garner a mile and a half east of Garner at 11 am Monday Deputy R E Nesbit who investi gated said Mrs Hanks appeared o be suffering from leg fractures ler husband had less serious in uries and Becker suffered lacera tions on bead and face Ike Declares Religion Can Win War With Communism Confers With Clergymen NEW YORK Eisenhower said Monday America will win the ideological war against Communism if its people never forget the fundamentals of religion Addressing the annual meeting of the Freedom Foundation at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel Eisenhower said the nations leadership must never be based on materialism The country must be so strong he declared that no false theory such as Communism will be able to make any headway Meets Clergymen Earlier Eisenhower met separ ately with a group of Negro clergy men and with two business execu tives The ministers reported the presi dentelect told them he will appoint a commission to get all the facts about the treatment of minority groups Dr W H Jernagin spokesman for the group said the general expressed amazement that Ne groes were barred from certain hotels in this country He told the clerymen he wants to find out what sort of treatment minority groups get in hotels jobs res taurants and so forth Jernagin said Eisenhower conferred at his Commodore Hotel headquarters with George A Sloan of New York textile industrialist and chairman of the U S Council of the Inter national Chamber of Commerce and with Warren Lee Pierson chairman of T r a n s w o r 1 d Air lines and chairmanelect to suc ceed Sloan Discuss Trade Sloan told reporters they had discussed international trade prob lems generally with Eisenhower and added Certainly no one in this country has a better grasp of this matter and more comprehensive knowl edge of the problem Sloan said Eisenhower came to know and understand such prob lems when he was supreme com mander of the North Atlantic Pact forces in Western Europe Another Ice Snow Storm Hits DES MOINES new storm which produced more snow am freezing rain and caused more trouble for holiday traffic movcc across Iowa Monday The state had scarcely a chance for a Sunday breather after th sleet and snow storm of the week end before another seige of the same kind of weather began over spreading Iowa from the south west The Weather Bureau said tha additional snow accumulation o three to six inches was expcctec over the northwest half of the stat and three inches or less to th southeast The storm began as freezinD drizzle and rain as temperature hung around the freezing mark it most sections Then after coatinj the highways with a new layer o ice it changed to snow over th western and southern portions ant sleeting began in the northeas quarter It was due to change t snow in that area late Monday The forecast said that in West ern Iowa increasing winds of 20 t 25 miles an hour may cause som drifting and create new traffi hazards Driving likely will be come gradually more dangerou over the northern and Westen areas later in the day VETERANS COLLECT WASHINGTON of the Korean war are collecting about a month from the ederal government in unemploy ment benefits under the new GI Bill of Rights the Labor Depart ment said Monday PLANE CRASH is part of the wreck age resulting from Saturdays plane crash at Moses Lake Wash which claimed the lives of 86 airmen It was the worst disaster in aviation history Demand Civilian Air Probe 86 Die in Washington Sleepy Time Guy SAN MATED Calif who turned on their radios to hear the local disc jockey Sunday morning got strange sounds but no music Police summoned to the radio station found announcer Jerry Leeds sound asleep and snoring beside an open microphone flfflkr RAISE FUND Two Homes Ransacked Big Losses Two Mason City and Route 1 homes were ransacked Saturday and Sunday nights and loss as re ported to police was considerable Included was a box of Christmas presents intended for three farm children The thefts bring to eight the Trs T u u number breakins in the Mason CHICAGO area in the past nine days the Christmas spirit were raising AU LJUUO IL k1 t lUJOllig tiiv 11LCJ1 Ol til t11 money Saturday to pay the rent for for tlle thief or thieves and some clues havo boon nnrnvnrvl a pretty blond mother confined by polio in an iron lung in a house i r o m which her motherinlaw wants to evict her PenPals Are Married on Grundy Center Honeymoon A Wirephoto and Ray mond Larr who conducted a TO entirely by mail receive blotting of Rev B a u m a n Sunday at Methodist Church in Grundy Center GRUNDY CENTER pen pals who carried on their entire courtship including final wedding plans by mail were honeymooning here Monday Miss Mariam Brown 19 Grundy Center and Sgt Raymond Larr 20 Adams Mills O were married Sunday in the Methodist Church here The wedding was the last page in their 19month postal romance that started when the brides brother Pfc Raymond Brown showed Larr a picture of his sister while both were stationed at Moses Lake Wash The young couple first met when she visited the home of his parents Mr and Mrs Harvey Larr at Adams Mills earlier this month The bride wearing a tailored suit the color of her airmanhus bands uniform was given in mar riage by her father Marion Brown Ivan Robison of Des Moines a friend of Larr England was bestman Larr is on 30day leave from his Air Force station in Eng land dance is planned for Marshalltown Monday night The bridal couple will receive half the proceeds They will appear on Welcome Travelers radio and television show m Chicago Tuesday and will spend Christmas at his home Ohio in STALIN IS 73 MOSCOW UPiPremier josef Stalin was 73years oldrSunday Police arc intensifying their search clues have been uncovered Greatest loss in the current wave of breakins was at the farm home of Edward Lau Route 1 The house was entered ate Saturday while the three Lau children were asleep and more than in jewel ry and shotguns were taken Mr and Mrs Lau reportedly were shopping in Mason City at the time oC the theft The three Lau children were jn bed in sec ond floor rooms The home of Miss Violet Moran 533 1st S W was entered some time Sunday evening when she was away A basement window was broken and drawers in the kitchen and dining room were found emp tied on the floors Miss Moran said the thief took a pillow case from an upstairs bed and apparentlyused it to carry the stolen articles A considerable amount of jewelry and three boxes of candy were also missing from the bedrooms She was unable to estimate the total loss however BULLETIN ALEXANDRIA Egypt spokesman for the Alexandria Navigation company said Mon day a tug transferring 200 pas sengers ashore from a ground French liner capsized 40 yards from the beach However all the passengers managed to get ashore SAME Black rlflc la l hours MOSES LAKE Wash mil ilary investigation of historys airplane crash was under way Monday as demands rose for a civilian probe of the accidenl that claimed 80 lives here early Saturday Civilian officials in and out o the government called for invest gallons and action lo reduce Ihe number of military plane crashes Saturdays crash which killed all but 30 of the men aboard the US militarys biggest airplane was the 10th in a recent series which has snuffed out more than immediately for 300 lives Calls began grounding of military aircraf while safety precautions and plant checks are taken Calls Investigation Sen Richard Russell DGai culled for an exhaustive invcstiga lion He said it was possible a subcommittee of his Senate Armed Services Committee woulc take action on the Moses Lake disaster At Larson Air Force Base start ng point of the flight the grim and tedius job of identifying the dead continued The process was slow jecause many of the victims were nangled and burned beyond recog nition An Air Force captain with years of experience flying heavy equip ment said he thought the plane ust couldnt develop enough power o rise from the runway He was Capt George Demas of Hevelaiid 0 and Charleston S His observations were made first was one of the pas sengers who lived through the crash I had a peculiar feeling he said from his hospital bed at Lar son AFB that we were staying too long on the ground I became convinced of this when I felt the ilane bounce at the end of the runway and it seemed the plane ial not developed enough power o complete the takeoff Pilot Agrees The pilot Capt Demas said ap parently agreed as he tried to ank it into the air because it was too late to reverse the propellers and stop it The plane rose sharply the cap ain related then started to set tle Then the pilot turned sharp to he left and that suggested to me ic was attempting to come back to the runway I looked out the win dow at that point and estimated we were about 75 feet in the air AFL IN POLITICS WASHINGTON feorge T Meany says the AFL is n politics to stay and will even help form a labor party if that be comes necessary UN Votes Down Red Accusation World Rallies to US Defense FROM THE WIRE SERVICES A congressional committee rec ommended Monday that Soviet Russia be arraigned before the In ternational Court on charges of murdering 15000 Poles during World War II in he Katyn Forest massacre In a report to tho House a spe cial committee which investigated the killings in Eastern Russia said also that the incoming Con gress should undertake an imme diate investigation of Communist atrocities against United Nations troops in Korea Rejects Russia Earlier the United Nations As sembly in New York in a wearied prcdawn vole turned down a bitter Russian demand for condemnation of the United States for alleged mass murder of Red prisoners on Pongam Island in Korea Immediately a m Assembly adjourned until Feb 24 after the inauguration U S Presidentelect Dwight D Eisenhower Redeyed after a tense allnight debate Assembly delegates voted 45 nays to 5 Soviet bloc yeas against the Russian proposal Ten members of the ArabAsian bloc abstained The other three in that Lebanon and Thai against the Soviet move The congressional committee spent more than a year investi gating the disputed blame for the Katyn Forest atrocity Both Russia and Nazi Germany have accused each other of the mass murders sometime after 1940 Graves containing theb o die s of the Polish victims were discovered in the Katyn Forest near Smol ensky by German troops in 1943 The committee said evidence taken in hearings in Washington and abroad pointed conclusively to Russian guilt Its report went on lo say that similar alrocilies and violalions of international law are being per petrated in Korea Communist tactics being used in K o r e a are identical to those followed at Kalyn the report said Investigation Thus his committee believes that Congress should undertake an immediate investigation of the Ko rean War atrocities in order that he evidence can be collected and the Iruth revealed to the Ameri can people and the free peoples of Ihu world Chairman Madden in a ersonal stalement accused Sov ct Foreign Minister Andrei Gro myko of seeking lo cover up Rus sian guilt by his charges that the Jnited States was murderingCom munist war prisoners Gromykos speech at the UN his past weekend Madden said is nothing more than typical Rus ian propaganda to overcome the devastating testimony and evidence by the Katyn Committee in Soviet guilt for the murder of more than 14000 Poles at the be inning of World War II The committees report asked the President to forward its findings o the United Nations and instruct he US delegation to present the Katyn case to the General Assem bly It requested that appropriate teps be taken by the UN Gen ral Assembly to seek action before he World Court against Soviet Rus ia for the Katyn atrocity It further asked the President o instruct the US delegation to he UN to seek establishment of n international commission to in estigate other mass murders and rimes against humanity In the UN the Soviet bloc gained 10 support outside of its own tight ittle group for the resolution vhich was denounced by US Dele gate Ernest A Gross as a sicken ng and shabby midnight Drooa anda stunt Gross replying to charges aunched at midnight Saturday by Soviet Delegate Andrei A Gromy o said the riot on Dec 14 in vhich 87 persons were killed was ngineered to help the Kremlin over up the fact that the ors and their sponsors have ccted peace inKorea v V   

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