Winona Republican Herald, October 10, 1952

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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1952, Winona, Minnesota Fair, Warmer Tonight and Saturday VOLUME 52, NO. 200 SIX CENTS PER COPY WINONA, MINNESOTA, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 10, 1952 SIXTEEN PAGES Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower cups his hand to his ear to hear the comment of Rosalind Russell as the actress and other Hollywood celebrities talked with the Republican presidential nominee on his train after his address at Los Angeles last California Counted For Gen. Eisenhower By DON WHITEHEAD EN ROUTE WITH EISENHOWER Eisenhower command was inclined to count California's 32 electoral votes in the Republi- can column today after a tumultuous sweep through the state which TODAY Midwest Held Safe For Ike By JOSEPH ALSOP Adlai Believes Russia May Drop Aggressive Plan Cites Progress Of New World Security Program By JACK BELL OKLAHOMA CITY Ad- lai E. Stevenson turned his cam- paign southward today with the prediction that Russia may ab- andon its aggressive policies be- cause American-sponsored collec- tive security has "worked so well." But the Democratic presidential nominee cautioned in an address prepared for a City Auditorium .rally here that the United States i must be on guard against trickery in any Soviet attempt to substitute honey for vinegar. And he declared that even the chance he now sees for long-run gains toward peace "might all be sadly altered if the Republicans win in November and proceed to do what they say they will do." Heading for New Orleans and an appeal tonight to southerners open- ly rebellious against the Demo- cratic ticket, Stevenson fired heavy 'artillery here against Gen..Dwight D. Eisenhower on what the Illinois governor called the principal is- sues of the presidential campaign and prosperity. Must Be No Weakening He said if there is any weakening of American defense and foreign assistance programs the Kremlin can change its signals quickly. "We all know in our bones that it is dangerous to talk tough un- less we are ready to act he declared. "The new Republican I am sorry to say this to talk tough while we sim- ultaneously weaken our defenses and alliances. "That just doesn't make sense ,.-------o---------------- I to me. That is a sure road to schedule called for appearances in j liner as it winged its way from j Phoenix and Tucson, Ariz., Albu-j Miami to Lima, Peru. He previously had criticized Ei-1 Recapture hite Horse Mt night. At left is Irene Dunne and at right Mrs. Eisenhower. In left background are Gov. Earl Warren and Sen. William Knowland. (AP Wire- photo to The Republican-Herald) Missing From Air Liner On Lima Flight MIAMI, Fla. thorough in- i vestigation was under way today went Democratic by a narrow margin four years ago. _ I tQ Determine how in cash With 11 states behind him in his current 28-state tour, Gen Dwight d f luxurious air- D. Eisenhower moved early this morning into Arizona. The day s j disappeared from a luxurious air -v _L_j._i_ _-n_j ITI oc it vmnffon ife wav trnm querque, N.M., and Salt Lake City, Utah. He left his special train in Phoenix to travel by plane to the other stops. Puzzled officials of Pan Ameri- can-Grace Airways (Panagra) said the money might have been rousing outbursts wherever he ap- peared. His lieutenants saw-in, this response a promising sign of vic- tory in the state come Nov. 4. Roaring Reception "I think we're safe in predicting we'll carry the one of the general's close advisers said. Los Angeles gave the GOP can- didate a roaring reception to match the uproarious San Francis- co welcome, and last night ABOARD THE EISENHOWER j peopie jammed into the Pan Paci- TRAIN IN CALIFORNIA For fjc Auditorium to hear him. several reasons Gen. Dwight D. j An estimated stood outside Eisenhower's invasion of this pivot- i to hear his speech over a public al state marks a crucial turning address system, point in his campaign for the Pres-1 He idency. I the Republicans would promote a Perhaps the most important rea- Program of social welfare which son was indicated by one of the would bring increased security be- little group of men who huddle all j yond anything yet achieved under In California, the general stirred! stolen in flight or while the four- engined DC6 stopped briefly at Panama and Guayaquil en route. W. F. Lewis, assistant treasurer of Panagra who came here from New York to head the investiga- tion, said there was also a pos- sibility the cash might have been "misd'irected." The loss was discovered Sunday when the airliner El Inter-Amer- icano landed at Lima. The Panagra New York office said a bag con- taining the money was found ripped open. The last big loss of treasure in air transit occurred in Canada last month. Gold weighing nearly half a ton was stolen at the Toronto airport Sept. 24. It was legally worth about but would senhower's assertion the United States would "never rest" until the people of the satellite countries were freed. Stevenson said this aroused speculation that some "reckless action" might be taken, but Eisenhower later said he was speaking only of peaceful means, not war. Stevenson has contended that Eisenhower's call for a 20 billion dollar budget cut would mean a slash in defense funds. South Koreans Driven Off By Fanatical Charge Height Changes Hands Sixth Time In New Offensive By GEORGE MCARTHUR i SEOUL, Korea fresh batta- I lion of screaming Chinese Reds stormed up and over the crest of bloody White Horse Mountain to- day and pushed South Korean de- fenders to the bottom of the south- ern slopes. The Red attack came just four hours after the South Koreans had knocked the fanatical Chinese com- pletely off the hill for the first time in four days of savage fight- ing. Communist artillery pounded the peak of White Horse for 20 min- utes before the Reds charged up the slopes at p.m. By p.m. the Reds once more were in con- i trol. i It was the sixth time the height I changed hands today. The attack came as no surprise. After. the battered Reds vrtre driven off White Horse shortly after noon, Allied observers spot- ted to Chinese reforming north of the hill. "They're not finished by a long ishot." an Allied officer said. WASHINGTON Boston doctor's report of successful use of! Allied big guns plastered Tnvniw snerulated I birth control pills in humans has elicited varying reactions from promt- j area w.ith air bursting shells, todavThat thdr" second atomic ex nent clergymen of the Roman Catholic and Methodist churches. The Chinese grip on the hill was today tnat tneir second atomic ex sieve reported the technical journal "Science i broken in a vicious i0.mmute bay- 9Q9 man-ipri r-nimlps had exnerienced complete lack Of fioVif atnn fuge of the desperately fearful ad- promises and conciliations. So I'm ministration in Washington is to told that the general had to use J deal in false charges." all his self-control not to strike Then he went on to attack so- Sen. William Jenner, when this cut- j cialized medicine while saying ade- rate Sen. McCarthy, who has also called Gen. Marshall a traitor, al- most embraced Eisenhower on the platform at Indianapolis. After the quate medical care must be 'made within people." accessible and the means of brought all our Indianapolis meeting, it is stated, i He said: "Our doctors will be Eisenhower informed his staff that among the first to admit he could not take many more ex- i many of our people periences like Jenner's public pawings. Eisenhower himself, of course, has said nothing of this sort away from the privacy of his rear car. But when he has discussed the course of the campaign with larg- (Continued on Page 7, Column 6) ALSOPS Hunter Fined OLIVIA, Minn. Pe- terson, Lake Lillian, was fined S105 here for having a pheasant taken out of season. The pheasant hunting season doesn't open until Oct. 25. live too far from adequate medi- cal aid; that too many of our peo- ple find the cost of adequate med- ical care too heavy. Not American Answer "Federal compulsion, with our health supervised under a Wash- ington stethoscope, is not Ameri- can and it is not the answer. "The answer is to build on the system of voluntary non-profit health insurance plan's which our people have already developed at an amazing rate. "Much remains to be done to perfect these plans But to destroy all this, by piling govern- ment medicine on top, would be disastrous." by Congress last June over Presi- dent Truman's veto, was labeled as discriminatory and injurious to America's foreign and domestic policies before a President's com- mission in the State Office Build- ing today. The commission is conducting a series of 10 hearings in various parts of the country to study and evaluate the immigration and na- turalization policies of the U. S. It must report by Jan. 1, 1953. to the President have protested the shooting. The Berlin-bound plane, carry- ing a crew of five and a woman nurse to evacuate Army ailing, was buzzed Wednesday by two Soviet MIGlSs. It escaped into a cloud after a warning burst oi bullets zipped past its nose. onet fight atop the crest earlier this afternoon. It was the third time today the ROKs had taken the key hill which guards the Cbor- won gateway to South Korea. Twice they were thrown only to fight back to the top. Bitter Battles Sharp and bitter battles flared elsewhere along the 155-mile battle- front. But there was nothing to compare with the carnage on White Horse. The battle-weary Rok troops wrote their "Stay! motto in blood on the shell-pocked peak. By frontline estimate, the Chi- nese have already lost cas- ualties in trying to save face on the strategic height. The fighting had raged for 90 hours with hardly a break. Reckless Chinese assaults through blistering Allied artillery fire cost the Reds a staggering number of dead. Not since Heartbreak Ridge a year ago has a hill cost so much blood. The last assault by the ROK may enable mothers to space their j protest the same day to American children with due regard for health, education and service to society. The discovery is to be i commended, not condemned." More Data Needed Dr. Sieve, while reporting pre- liminary success, stressed that "much more clinical data must be accumulated before the general use of this anti-fertility factor is warranted." Maj. Gen. Lemuel Mathewson, Ninth Division took only 10 minutes American commandant in Berlin, sent a quick protest to Maj. Gen. V. I. Trussov, Soviet deputy chief of staff, describing the firing as "hostile, unfriendly, unwarranted and uncivilized." But Moscow also dispatched a headquarters in Germany, the Army today. The Russians claimed the DCS transport flew for 55 minutes outside the 20-mile-wide air corridor from the U. S. occupation zone to Berlin, On its flight, he added, the U. S. plane exceeded the corridor boun- daries by distances up to 18.6 miles. "The American plane did not Dwight D. Eisenhower, Republican candidate for president, sits in the lead car and ducks just in time as a mass of ticker tape hurtles down on his auto during a parade at San Francisco, Calif. Thousands lined streets in the financial district to view the general, who visited the West Coast on his campaign tour of the country. (AP Wirephoto) The Rev. James E. Boren, Min- neapolis, representing the Minne- sota Council of Churches embrac- ing about 15 religious denomina- tions, attacked the law in many respects. He urged that "discrimi- nation through the quota system should be abolished as a principle not acceptable to our nation." Philip B. Pcrlman, Maryland sec- retary of state, is chairman of the I commission. WEATHER FEDERAL FORECAST Winona and vicinity Fair and warmer tonight and Saturday. Low tonight 45, high Saturday 70. LOCAL WEATHER Offical observations for the 24 hours ending at 12 m. today: Maximum, 65; minimum, 35; i noon, 58; precipitation, none; sun sets tonight at sun rises to- morrow at AIRPORT WEATHER Maximum temperature 24 hours ending at at p. m. Thursday; minimum, 31 at a. m. today. Noon thin, broken clouds at feet; visibility, 15 miles; temperature, 57; dew point, 39; wind, 10 miles from the east; barometer, 30.28; humidity, 51 per cent. Declaring the substance "prom- j heed the demand of Soviet planes ises safe and controllable fertil-1 to make a landing, and attempted he said it "can be taken in- i to hide itself in Trussov definitely with toxic (harmful) said. ______ effects or permanent inhibition He demanded "the severe pun-1F Of Yonchon and j i in i to drive the battered Chinese from the crest. The ROKs had been pushed about 20 yards down the slope by a Chinese battalion. At 1 p. m., the ROKs charged and in a swift, bloody fight clubbed and bayoneted the Reds from the top and pursued them down the north slope. ROK-manned tanks rumbled around the east flank of the hill and poured direct fire on ,the Chi- nese approaches and the hill it- self. Despite the barrage the Chinese held on grimly. Other Clashes The action on White Horse far overshadowed fighting elsewhere. Sharp but minor fights were re- ported along the far Western fertility." The pills must be taken for 10 consecutive days before their anti- fertility action' becomes effective. They must be taken continuously thereafter to assure lack of fertil- ity. Dr. Sieve added: "Fertility can be restored merely by omitting the drug for a 48-hour period." The drug is called "phosphory- lated hesperidin." Dr. Sieve said other researchers had discovered that the drug showed an anti-fertility action when administered to laboratory animals. He said he confirmed such animal studies and then un- dertook the tests with humans. He said the substance is be- lieved to act as an anti-fertility factor by interfering with the ac- tion of a chemical called "hyaluronidase" which in turn is believed to aid in the impregna- tion of the female egg by the male sperm. The scientist reported that all 298 couples had had at least one ishment of the guilty" American fliers and "measures to avoid vio- lating flying orders over the terri- tory of the German Democratic Republic by American planes." Mathewson's protest--as yet not answered that "adversely and unexpectedly in the east above the Punch Bowl. The Eighth Army reported Red casualties for the first week of October were killed, 2.G92 wounded and 50 total of the heaviest since last November. one point, but added that such possible error in navigation could only have been made un- wittingly and without intent." A responsible American source said today: "Our point is that you don't shoot at a peaceful aircraft, even if it has made a navigational error." National Bible Week Proclaimed MADISON period should be w set aside each year m praise of the child before undergoing the piU Holy Bible, Gov. Kohler said today, treatment, but that two of the cou- j Calling attention to National Bi- ples had shown an apparent ster- ble, Gov. Kohner said today, ility for some time prior to the "It is fitting and proper we test And yet, he said, the women should express our gratitude to in both those couples were among God for the blessings bis inspired tbe first to become pregnant after words have bestowed upon man- stopping the pffl-taking. kind." figure does not include the spread by Allied warplanes any and artillery. Nor does it include tbe heavy Red casualties of the past three days. U. N. fighter-bombers roared in behind the lines today and pound- ed Red troop concentrations. Fifteen Superforts blasted four Communist supply centers in North Korea Thursday night- three them in the vicinity of the Korean Red capital, Pyongyang. Allied artillery from the Arrow- head Ridge sector caught between 400 and 600 Chinese moving toward White Horse in tbe open this morn- ing. Observers estimated Red cas- ualties at 200 to 300. a Chinese group of 200 was cut in half by Allied air-burst- ing shells. Since tbe fighting on White Horse started Monday night, the scarred peak has changed hands almost 20 even officers on tbe spot are sure how many. ;

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