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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 27, 1952, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THi NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHIORS HOME EDITION VOL LIX Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY fOWA SATURDAY DECEMBER 27 1952 This Consists of Two One No 47 1S House Probers Claim Caudle Honest Weak WASHINGTON House committee Saturday called owner Assistant AttyGen T Lamar Caudle an honor blymotivated but weak government official It also termedhim a scapegoat in being fired in No ember 1951 by rirman for outside activi AP Wirepholo HUSBAND PRAYS FOR LIFE OF Garrett bows his head in grayer at the side of his wife Jean shortly before she was wheeled into an operatingrorim for her fourth Caesarean section which doctors believe will shorten her life A healthy baby son was delivered to Mrs Garrett Baby Strong Mother Who Risked Death Doing Fine LOS ANGELES Calif young mother who willingly faced death so that her child might live weptwith joy Sat urday as she held her newborn son delivered by Caesarean aection Mrs Jean Garrett 27 who was warned she was so Commando Force Ranges Behind Lines SEOUL Korea com mando force of United Nations in fantrymen ranged deep into no mans land on the Western Front Saturday to surprise and cut to pieces a group of 75 Communist soldiers The raiders ran into the Chinese east of the deserted truce village of Panmunjorn They opened up with rifles and burp guns and left 53 Reds dead or wounded before pulling back to UN lines Rain and snow over North Korea grounded UN warplanes until late in the afternoon when a few flights of MIGkilling Sabrejets and fight erbombers roaredthrough breaks in the overcast to hunt for targets in North Korea The sripw and cold brought a muddymiserable halftruce to the battleline A Chinese unit probed UN post tions on the Western Front but was driven off in a 10minule skirmish Other brief clashes north of the Punch Bowl and south of Anchor Hill on the Eastern Front accounted for 20 North Korean troops killed or wounded Twins Condition Still Unchanged by incurable Hodg cins Diseasethat she risked mmediate death by giving birth o her fourth ichild was reported n fine condition following the operation Her 8pound 7ounce baby was strong and healthy a n d doctors urned their efforts Saturday to teeping up Mrs Garretts strength They saidshe was resting eom lortably an d appeared to be in good condition But they would not discount the possibility of postoperative com plications or afteraffects Mrs Garrett decided months ago o ignore the advice of physicians that the strain of childbirth might cause her death If I can have my baby Ill die happy she said This child has as much right to live as anyone Together with her husband Thomas she arranged for the best Christmas ever for their three sons Thomas Jr 7 Robert 3 and Raleigh 18 months Christmas night she kissed the children goodby and left for the hospital with her husband an air craft worker Just before she was wheeled to he operating room her husband whispered Hurry back honey Softly she replied I will But if I dont see you New Year A short time later the 28yearold father heard that both bis wife and son were in good condition He looks just like my wife arrett said when he first saw the child He sure isa fine boy Ahospital bulletin said Mrs Gar retts condition is as good as that of any mother who undergoes Cae sarean section CHICAGO Brodie Sia mese twins in their llth day as separate individuals remained in critical condition Saturday No change was reported by the University of Illinois Hospital where the 15month old boys have been in oxygen tents since their operation on Dec 17 They were born joined at the heads Roger Lees condition has been very precarious since the separa tion He continues in a deep coma Rodney Dee has been conscious since Dec 18 and has been given a better chance for ever his critical condition was termed Boy 14 Swears Off Intoxicants DES MOINES MVA 14yearold boyhas sworn off liquor The lad was found chilled un conscious and intoxicated in a downtown alley Christmas day He told authorities Friday he didn want to take another drink The toy who appealed at the juvenile bureau with his father re lated that he and another boy o about the same age had been drinking wine at the other boys house More Than 400 Deaths Over Holiday By UNITED PRESS Holiday traffic crashes claimed rapidlymounting toll of dead Saturday as fair skies enticed thou sands of motorists on to the na tions A United Press tabulation showed that 371 persons had died in traffic accidents Three others were killed n airplane crackups 37 in fires and 49 in miscellaneous mishaps lora total of 460 violent deaths The little town ofVMoses Lake Wash appeared to be ahardluck spot of transportation during the Christmas season A Northern Pacific freight train lumped its tracks near there Satur day arida railroad employe re ported some persons were injurec and that two may have been killed A week ago Saturday 86 persons died near Moses Lake when an Air Force C124 Globemaster transport plane crashed on takeoff The vie ims almost all service personnel were enroute home for holiday visits but were not included in the Christmas death count The alltime record of 555 holi day traffic deaths was set last Jhristmas The National Safety Council has already predicted tha 590 persons will be killed on the highways by midnight Sunday es The labels were applied by a ju iciary subcommittee headed by leps Chelf DKy and Keating which has been investi ating the Justice Department The committee reported it is onvinced the former head of the epartments criminal and tax di risions never sold himself for iches or for power Decay in Dept But it pointed to his career as the most accurate reflection of ecay within the Department of ustice that the subcommittee has ome upon It seems a fair look into the nnermost anatomy of a sick public gency the report said The report also touches on the ustice department service of Cau les Clark one ime attorney general and now a upreme Court justice J Howard rtcGrath former attorney general nd Peyton Ford who was Clarks leputy It said Caudle was not re ponsible for what it called their indifferent attitude Caudle who figured prominently n another house committees probe f corruption in government was pictured as a star witness for the IhelfKeating group The report referred to Caudles eight days of testimony and said the North Carolinian in enduring he personal tribulations of 1952 ivas serving his country as faith ujjy as however had in public of ice in prior better years Call Is Clue in Boys Death NEW YORK LW A mystery phone call may have led to the Christmas Day slaying of 15year old Paul Peltz whose body wa found Friday in a B r o nx Io1 about a mile from his home The boys head apparently was smashed by 10pound slab o concrete which was found near the fully clolhe body He had been missing since dinnertime from PELTZ hishome Tuesday when he left with his air rifle after a telephone con versa tion PaulV father Emanuel a fui worker said he asked Paul wh the caller was and the lad replied Oh just a friend of When Paul failed to return niidrtight Tuesday police were notified His body was found by a neighborhood boy playing in the junklittered lot Twenty cents am two keys were in his pockets Spencer Records 13 Below DES MOINES URSubzero tem peratures were too numerous in Iowa Saturday morning to be com fortable A reading of 13 below zero at Spencer represented the lowest low and a new low for the state for the season Atlantic reported 10 below Sioux City 6 below Ft Dodge 5 below Ames one below Waterloo had above Lamoni and Charles City 2 above and Des Moines 7 above Eastern Iowa was considerably warmer Davenport reported a low of 19 above Cold airwas moving southward across Iowa early Saturday ac companied by light snow flurries The forecast called for partly cloudy skies Saturday clear Sat urday night and Sunday However temperatures were expected to re main low Saturday and Saturday night but move little higher Sun day Bright sunshine Friday had littl or no effect on the temperatures becauseof the cold air movement Burlington had a high of 36 but the colder air did notreach there until in the afternoon Other highs Friday ranged down to 21 at Spen cer Mason Cityand Des Moines The State Highway Patrol sai road conditions were about to same as Friday No new snow ha fallen but roadswere general icy Every member of the subcom mitteeand its staff who observec laudle and listened to his testi mony overa long period shares in he opinion that he is an honorably motivated man the report said However Rep Rogers a lUbcommittee member disagreec vith the majoritys conclusion about Caudles motives This praise is unwarranted by a man who has violated a public rust Rogers said in a statement received a mink coat anc 15000 from persons interested in cases before him How honorably motivated can one man get Rogers said Caudle was permit ed by the committee to relate every suspicion rumor and gossip n Washington and added that the ormer prosecutor blamed every one but Caudle Not Impressed His testimony did not impress me that much Rogers went on He knows the legal criminal defi nition of right and wrong Does the committee suggest that dent did wrong when he fired Cau die The muchpublicized mink coal which Mrs Caudle ob tained in 1951 a fur through a New York tax lawyer Jacob Lan labeled as the darkes cloud on Caudles reputation Army Asks for 53000 More Men WASHINGTON Defense Department Saturday asked Sclec ive Service for 53000 draftees in February the biggest levy for manpower in almost two years All requests are for the Army The Navy Marine Corps and Air Force have returned to their original programsof depending on volunteer recruiting 1255430 ToUt Saturdays announcement brings he total of calls since the draft restarted in September 1950 to 1255430 The February levy compares with peak calls for 80000 men in January February and March 1951 The next highest call was 70000 for November 1950 The statement Saturday said that In announcing the February calf the Department of Defense points out that after the outbreak of hostilities in Korea the rapid expansion of the Army required the induction of large numbers of individuals through the selective service system Reich The selective service calls reached a peak during January February and March of 1951 when over 80000 were inducted each month Now two years later these men must be replaced as they complete their twoyear period of active service in order to maintain ap proved strengths LIQUOR CHARGES DES MOINES the result of a grand jury investigation into key clubs here five persons were arraigned in District Court Friday on gambling or liquor charges All About HDOUl The Weather Mi ton City Fair Saturday after noon Partly cloudy Saturday night and Sunday with occa sional light snow Iowa Partly cloudy Saturday nighl with a few snow flurries extreme north Minnesota Partly cloudy to cloudy and not so cold Saturday night with local snow flurries GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Friday Maximum Minimum At 8 am YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 22 19 45 AP Wirephoto GRANDMA TELLS OF Ethel Arata 52 rubs her temple left and turns to answer a question right before being arraigned on three counts of bank robbery in Los Angeles Held as the Grandma who held up three banks she revealed herself as the onetime daugh ter of wealth educated at the best schools and polished by travel study in Europe AP Wlrephota CRASH HURLS WOMAN TO Edna Studley 48 is shown lying uncon scious on the street after she was hurled from the family car in Quincy Mass as it over turned in a collision with another car Her shoes knocked off by the impact lie nearby Churchill to Visit General Ike Is Wary of Stalin Offer British Chief Set to Sail on Dec 31 NEW YORK UD Presidentelect Eisenhowers aides say he is dedi cated to achievement of durable world peace withhonor but is wary of being hoodwinked by the Rus ians at any conference with Premier Stalin Thnt is the way the generals aides privately are summing up he generals position on Stalins stated interest in ending the Ko War and his indicated will ngness to confer with Eisenhower in a move to ease world tension Churchill Sails Friday night it was revealed that British Prime Minister Winston Churchill will sail for New York New Years Eve to talk over global problems informally with Presi dentelect Eisenhower The matter of conferences with Stalin will probably be a main issue in the discussions The announcement of the 78year old Prime Ministers trip on the iner Queen Mary was made Sat urday by his office at 10 Downing Street Lloyds shipping under writers estimated Churchill would arrive in the US Jan 4 but added that winter ship crossings are often delayed by heavy weather In New York Eisenhower said 1 have heard that my old friend was coming and I am delighted 0 meet him Diplomatic informants said dur ing his three days in New York Churchill will discuss with the Presidentelect the Korean War BritishAmerican trade and finan cial cooperation and defense prob ems in West Europe and South east Asia The general reportedly will in sist that the new administration know in advance just what Stalin has in mind before thinking seri ously about any facetoface con ference with the Soviet leader The general himself expressed iiis views regarding the situation when he told a news conference last June that he would meet with Stalin if he thought it would help the cause of peace He said he would do anything and go any where if he thought it would con tribute to world peace but he also declared he saw no prospect thai a meeting with Stalin Would solve world problems Latest However the latest Staluv move is not being taken lightly by Eisen hower or his key aides They realize that in the eyes of the world Stalin in effect has said Lets get together and jalk peace Whether its propaganda or not it put the new administration on the spot The reply of John Foster Dulles secretary of statedesig nate approved by Eisenhower challenged the Russians to prove they arent bluffing And the next move so far as the new administration is con cerned is up to Stalin The incoming administration JOHN F DULLES through Secretary of Statedesig nate Dulles has called on Stalin o set forth any concrete proposals iie has He can rest assured they will seriously and sympathetically received Dulles said in Wash ington Friday after a telephone conference with Eisenhower in New York Churchill Will Want Participation in Any Conferences WASHINGTON Britains Prime Minister Churchill undoubt edly will demand recognition as a full participant in any Eisenhower Stalinmeeting aimed at easing world tension American officials who forecast this Saturday made it plain how ever that they see little chance ol any such toplevel EastWest con ference unless Russia shows in ad vance a genuine desire to end the cold war Even though an Eisenhower Stalip meeting at present seems remote the 78yearold Churchill nevertheless can be expected to discuss it with Eisenhower when he visits New York early next month British Embassy official said Churchillstalks will be informal1 with no set agenda tobe followed The Prime Ministers main aim they said will be to try to restore the close BritishAmerican partner ship that existed during World War II Churchill is to be accompanied only by his wife and daughter dur ing the New York stopover After two or three days of talks atthe home of his friend financier Ber nard Baruch he is to come to the capital for what is described by British officials as a farewell cal on President Truman who goes ou of office Jan 20 After two days here Churchill is scheduled to fly to Jamaica for a two weeks vaca tion HEALTHFUL ORDER DETROIT UP Attorney George Bixler has obtained a court order forbidding his estranged1 wifeLaurato shoot him Korean War Toughest Step fofTrutnan WASHINGTON Wi President Truman is getting ready to leave office convinced that a strong America cooperating with strong and healthy partner nations can maintain peace wUh Russia He believes his decision to send American troops into a United Nations mandate may have saved the world from another global war That step he said was the toughest decision he ever had to make tougher even than the one to drop atomic bombs on Japa nese cities in it in volved the risk of a third world war Truman is proud of his record on foreign affairs and feels that when the history of his adminis tration is written by future re searchers it will be noted for having kept the world outof war for nearly eight long crisisridden years He is planning a nationwide broadcast sometime1 In January summing up what he considers the achievements ofhis adminis tration and charting the course he thinks the nation will follow It would be ian elaboration on his State of the Union message to Congress to be delivered early in the session opening Jan 3 He is proud of the GreekTurkish aid program the Marshal Plan and the succeeding steps under taken by this government to strengthen the economic and mil litary potential of Communist threatened nations I These were bold steps he said but the decision to enter South Korea when the North Korean Reds invaded itifi his view was the toughest of When he ordered the bombing of Japan Truman said he was told it would shorten the war and save the lives of possibly 250000 Americans and as many Japanese In that was no tionofthe coursejo take he said In Korea he said the whole life of the United Nations was inM volved It was a question of acting at the possible risk of a third wofldwar Lights Back on in Maquoketa MAQUOKETA Electri cal output at the city light was back to 80 per cent of normal Saturday after a burned out gen erator caused a partial blackout Friday night During the power failure Lanvil Moler ordered all street lights tupwd off an taverns closed and all of about 506 electric watef heaters in MattMketaJttiMs tuned The Clinton Machine ConptW which employes MO persons baited production
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