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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 29, 1952, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NO RTH I 0 WA N S NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LIX Associated Press and United Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 1952 Iupve of Two One No 17 HST Says Hes Man Running Campaign Convicts Free 3 Guards 7 Others Still Held Adlai Charges Ike With Sordid Victory ABOARD STEVENSON TRAIN E Stevenson carried his fight for the presidency into Pennsylvania Wed conference betweenActing Covernesday after accusing Gen Dwight D Eisenhower of a sor 1 Sn did triumph of expediency over principle convicts in the PsvchininV nivi i i4u u i lie loosed this charge during a tumultuous rally Tuesday CHESTER 111 wiThree of the 10 guards held hostage in a series of uprisings at Menard State Prison were released Wednesday after a conference betweenActing Gover nor Sherwood Dixon and rebellious convicts in the Psychiatric Divi sion None of the three guards had been harmed but all were tired and unshaven Were Released They were released after Dixon night at Madison Square den in New York City where he asserted his Republican oppbn ent had capitulated to those w h o champion a dear departed quiet nicy wciu ititjasen alter uixon agreed to permit newsmen to listen past tnat is also dead to cpmplaiats by the psychiatric convicts i i r juci o 1L V ULCO Still holding out with seven hosHe moved from New York Qity oward Scranlon WilkesBarre Al enlown Bethlehem Philadelphia where he was due to make a major peech inConvention Hall at 8 pm The Madison Square Garden ral jammed the place to anuuiici gucuu he the climax to a rushed up to Warden Jerome E day in which Stevenson was given tages in another section of the prison the east cell block were 332 prisoners who launched the re bellion at the prison late Monday These inmates tried Wednesday to set fire to a tower manned by guards and state police As this was happening another guard Munie and shouted What will we We need more help No Shooting Munie ordered no shooting but tent more guards to the area The disorder followed a new out break rebellion Tuesday after noon in the prisons psychiatric division Most of 300 psychopathic inmates were herded back to cells after storming the room But 38 farmed themselves kitchen cutlery seizedthree unarmedofficers as hostages and barricaded themselves in the mess ball Dixon failed to gain an interview at the east cell house where con victs have locked therriselves in Convicts in theeastcell house attempted to smokethreeiarmed guards off a tower bysetting fire to a heavily oiledvventilatorwhich feeds airinto tower rooms welcomes in Jersey City aterson Garfield and Newark NJ despite cold disagreeable veather Thousands were unable o get into the Garden He said of the Republicans They have everything on their side except the people Boy Starts Fire Which Hits 2500 Acres Near Sidney By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS An 8yearold boy playing with matches wasblamed Wednesday for a fire which swept over 2500 acres of bluff land near Thurman 15 miles north of Sidney The flames were brought under control after an allnight battle Monday night by more than 100 men arid use of several bulldozers to build fire breaks Meanwhile Boone City officials considered declaring an emergen cy as some cities have done Un der such action trash fires would be prohibited Meantime no heavy rainfall ap peared in sight to douse the hun dreds of damaging fires burning over forest and brush areas in a score of states in the Eastern half the country Some snow flurries and light rain hit parts of the Midwest the Bast and South bringing a measure of relief in some areas Study Report Soldiers Beaten HOPKINSVILLE Ky WVRepre lentatives from Hopkinsville anc Ft Campbell planned to mee Wednesday to study a federa r UUItCOUn J Vw J O vfc OH grand jury report which said solelection in the towns history diers from the fort had been bru The comnanv has hfinn spptir tally beaten or killed by police men here Stevenson made his big bid for ennsylvanias 32 electoral votes Dixie Crosby Wife of Bing Is Near Death HOLLYWOOD Calif UP ixie Lee Crosby wife of crooner Bing Crosby and mother of four sons was near death asshe lay n a coma Wednesday Her husband and children were at her bedside Larry Crosby brother of the worldfamous Bing said Mrs Crosbys condition was highly critical She has been ill for several years Mrs Crosbya singing and danc ng star who gave up her own film career toraise a family suffered a relapse Sunday while recuper ating at home from a seriousab dominal operation a month ago arry Crosby said She was considered on the road o recovery however and was able o meet her husband Saturday at he railroad station when he re urned from a trip But Sunday she suffered a re family spokesman said She is in a coma and doctors say her condition is highly critical The four Crosby boys were sum moned from outoftown schools when their mothers condition be came critical Algona Grants Gas Franchise ALGONA Voters here gave their overwhelming approval to granting a nonexclusive franchise to the Perry Gas Co of Perry in a special election here Tues day The final vote was 1069 for ranting the franchise and 106 op posed The total vote of 1205 was one of the largest at a specia The companyhas been seeking the franchise for the past four months Nixon Denies Demo Claim of Real Estate Holdings LOS ANGELES Richard Nixon Wednesday angrily branded as a a statement by the Democratic National Committee that he and his relativesown real estate valued at a quarter of a million dollars The extent of the desperation of the Stevenson candidacy is shown by this last minute desperate move the Republican vice presi dential nominee said in a state ment following theDemocrats charge Tuesday in Washington After Mr Stephen Mitchell end Mr Adlai Stevenson failed in their attempt to besmirchmy hon and integrity they are now at tempting through the Democratic National Committee lo attack the honor and integrity of my 75 yea old father my mother and mj brother The senator did not issue anj further Uemizalion of his incom in his statement Wednesday morn ing His press secretary Jame Basselt said Nixon has made full disclosure of his and his wife income in his broadcast ias month The press secretary sai he doubted whether the senato would issue any further break down Mitchell the Democratic nation chairman in a statement earlie Wednesday called on Gen Dwigh D Eisenhower to insist that Nixo produce his income tax returns Use Secret Against Him Ike Declares DocumentDeals With Security NEW YORK Dwight D lisenhower pointing a power ouse drive at the big voting cen ers around New York City says lop eecret document bhKorea being used againsthim by his oliticat enemies He did not identify the document ther than to describe it as a op secret document of the Ameri an Defense Department In a program broadcast nation lly Tuesday night by radio and elevision he said This morning therewas a very ignificant item in the paperIt was quoted a top ecret documentof the American Defense Department How it got here we will never know prpb was a military estimate nade in September 1947 andftl had this military occupation of South Korea is not essential to the security of the United States He asked his studio audience And how was top secret docu ment released Wouldnt you like o knowMany Americans would Wont Desert Farmers Ike PLAINFIELD W Ho w a r d loach chairman of the Republican Farm Council has received a tele gram from Gen Dwight D Eisen lower GOP presidential candidate tating that he will not let the armers down Roach said he received the tele gram Tuesday nto Iowa The Plainfield man said he had n hand copies of letters circulatec mittee for Agricultural Progress vith headquarters in Chicago rogram would not fare so well elected TEACHER DIES his home Tuesday night Wlrcpliolo AT Steveniort legs crossed supporting a copy of his speech makes last minute re vision before addressing a New York crowd Allies Take Pinpoint Hill From Reds SEOUL Korea in fantrymen recaptured Pinpoint Hill on Sniper Ridge Wednesday e and raced themselves for an expected Chinese assault armed at rescuing i small band of Reds trapped on he eastern slope The Allied counterattack that resulted in the recapture of Pin point began at dawn in nearfreez ing weather UN infantrymen reachedthe crest and began herd ingthe Reds down the northern slopes grenades bayonets am rifle fire About 80 Chinese were sur roundedby theAllies on the east ern slope Communist artillers ahdmortar fired a protective ring Smoke shells and explosives around the trapped men prevent ing the Allies from rooting them out UN commanders expected the Reds to stage one of their human sea assaults at night in an at tempt to their fellowsoldiers and possibly to recapture the crest The Reds pounded US 7th Di vision troops on nearby Triangle Hillwith artillery and mortar fire during the night There vas no contact by ground forces Ike Leads Adlai in Farm Survey DES M01NES Iowa notified magazines said Tuesday their vome ncxi ucsnay An showed teligent vote means a Democraitc presidential candidate far ahead p1 in the presidential race Wallaces Farmer and low fanners questioned favored Eisen uuw UUIIL i u muiiy wriijnjuci uiem vhich implied nhalthe U Sfarm 30 per cent favored selves in blankets and stamped their feet in the cold By the lime Mr Trumans train Gov Adlai Stevenson his Demo iU J V OV V tlJl VJ T I O W II I JtO IZ f the Democrats were not recratic opponent with four per cen undecided The magazines said their Scp tember poll showed G6 per cent o uits icmncr poll snoweu tie per cent of trtli iu rear 01 inc iram DES MOINES linJ 0 Mitchell the farmers questioned favored stopped nearly a quarter mile vir l 81 retired DCS Moines school Eisenhower 24 per cent favored north of the station and only a few teacher died of a heart attack at Stevenson and 10 per cent were the spectators were able to ii5 hnmp Tnocrlnr TMtiht il hnfnro hn undecided President Truman called him self the man who is running the campaign for President in the opening remarks of his whis tlestop speech here early Wed nesday morning Ase he stepped out alone on the rear platform of his Presidential Special Train Mr Trumans voice was tape recorded by radio station KGLO as follows Well this Is fine I certainly your getting up and coming down here at this time of day to look at the who Is running the campaign for president Sen Richard Nixon of Califor nia Republican candidate for Vice President has accused Mr Truman of running Gov Adlai Stevensons campaign Aweek ago at Ottumwa he Stev enson a candidate by proxy By KEN BERG Harry Tru man told an estimated 2000 over coated North lowans early Wed lesday that farm ownership in his country has swelled to record leighls during the past 20 and you can thank the Demo cratic Parly for it Given a resounding cheer whcn he stepped on to the rear plat form of his special campaign train about a quarter of a mile north of the Rock Island passenger station Hie President waved to the crowd and immediately took sides on his favorite you never had it so good i t 2000 See Hear President in Whistle Stop Address at Manly Lauds Farm Ownership in State in a brown suit a grny sleeveless Margaret Mi Truman said sweater and a red and grny neck tie He was without benefit of an overcoat until an aide broughtone several minutes later Earlier several secret servicemen gotoff his car andbegan to mingle with debate All High Less than 20 years said less than47 per cent of those families living on farmsactually owned that property Today youll find farm at an alltime high ofover 75 per cent Mr Truman added The same joes for Never before in our history have we so many of our citizens in business for themselves Much of the crowd pressing around the Presidents train had difficulty hearing him as he was speaking without an amplifying system The chilling 20 degree air turned Mr Trumans breath into little clouds of vapor I like Iowa the President con tinued and I know you fine peo ple will cast your ballots inlellimonth vote Begin Congesting Highway patrolmen on duty at the station said people began to n hand copies of letters circulated Wallaces Farmer and Iowa congregate near the tracks as ol yingnow than under the letter head of the ComHomestead magazines said their jy as 6 a m cvctl thouch the Presi Democratic party took ppjj showed 66 per ccnt of Ujc scheduled to sneak PreiDunnK lhc remainingmin farmers minslinnpM fivnrori iricn r u fpeaK utes he just chatted with the as until Many wrapped them ground to a stop at am thc S ashe cvei crowd had swelled The Presidents m the crowd car at the rear of thc train reach it before he stepped out MrTruman was nattily T photos by Muuel Trumans breath shows in the frosty air as he chats with the crowd during his whistle stop at Manly Wednesday morning The was in the middle 20s and half way through the 8minute stop an overcoat was brought for thc President TiacTlM wake her thc crowd Rear of Train To which a group of high school cnson as the train youngsters added Well do it for At the next stop West Liberty you 4 youngsters again chanted We like In another instance the President Ike You canjiave nim if you want1 on the of Mr Trumans car pleaded for i glimpse of the President he smiled walked over untf Jcanct past the side of the trnin to say One of my jobs while canipujgn ing for Governor Stevenson is to loll pepplc how to vote Thc best way I can tell you is to read the platforms pf both major parlies They will tell you who to vole for Mr Truman went onto say how ever that somewillhave a hard time understanding lhe Republi can studied it for a long time lie said and f cant gel anything outof it But you wont have any the Democratic platform A farmer standing In the midst oLlhe crowd waved a metal chem ical hand warmer arid shouted Whos going to win Harry Thc President promptly coun tered Im not a prophet but 1 can tell you the Democrats arc go ing to win by a landslide next First Two Minutes For about the first twominutes of his appearance Mr Truman gave a prepared which his claim of Americas standard of living now than mi i tn vt ii ouiu a iv i 1 auuuiuu li vYallt JIVC Shos still asleep She might get fore the President spoke but rv ri rt f 1 in n 1I1 i threw a verbal harpoon at Republi cans by saying Prosperity is a him thc Prdsideritsaid then sea chain reaction andthatthc Demwhat T ocraiic has learned how to use tho governmenl to keep this chnin reaction going A WUL The Jlcpublkans will want to Russians alone a stop to it Mr Truman made a similar reference Tuesday in a speech at nibbing Minn The Presidents face still lined with traces of sleep grew sober when he mentioned the million aires supportingGen Eisenhow claimed thatif these peo ple have their wriy the country will chcl up jn a crashand depres sion Lovtltis semblagc When the President remarked that thc corn he has seen in the us good as hes ever rh anu In answer tocries of Whore is Also appearing with Mr Truman on the platform was Hcrschel C Loveless Ottumwa Democratic candidate for governor and George Laub Crcsco third district candi date for representative They joined tlic campaign train at Man1 ly for the remainder qf the slate lour to Waterloo and Davenport At exactly min utes after its arrival the train be gan to move Part of the crowd be gan to run to keep pace with the train shouting Goodbye Harry1 The President continued to wave and did not reenter his car until it was almost out of sight Meantime President Truman heckled by youngsters attwo stops carried his give cm hell cam paign through Iowa Wednesday and sharply attacked the Republi can foreign policy and farm pro grams Aneggwas thrown from a crowd nt Cedar Rapids and spattered against a rear window of Mr Tru mans train 30 feet of where he was speaking But the President apparently didnt see jt No arrests were made Several persons mainly young FEW HEARD a tenth of the estimated crowd of 2000 heard President Truman make his rear platform speech at Man ly His car was opposite the water tower of which hits show at the ex treme right Most of the crowd stayed near the station in the background evidently expecting that the train would move up before the President tifiin iri rrvt i i i w uiitll LI CtlJl UL11V1 IUUVU U IJCiVJiVS J ItOlLlCUU spoke There was no amplifier to carry Mr Trumans remarks and only those quite close to him were able to hear shouted We want Ike irowd called out We want Stev The Jicans win Ihenation Allies and woulcl be facing thai Russia S2t to i f to Acheson UNITED BATONS NY Russias Andfei Y Vishinsky aft er waiting five days for word from Moscow was scheduled to answer Secretary of StatcDean Achesona peace speech Wed nesday at the United Nations t TheSoviet foreign ministerwas isted asthe first speaker when he General Assemblysmain Po idcal Commltlee resumes its rcan debate Wednesday afternoon But he was listed first only tentatively because his deputy An drei A Gromyko informed the committee on MondaytHat Vish insky would not be ready to speak until Wednesday at the earliest Gromykos announcement forceil he GOnation committee to cancel Tuesdays meeting because all other diplpmatswere waiting to icai1 Vishinsky before expressing their own views f Faculty Members Suspended After NEW Three mom faculty members of New York municipal colleges have been susr Bended without pay for refusing 3 tell a U S Senate internal curity subcommittee if they evep were Communists They face likelSr dismissal urulcr a provision of city charter V All three had invoked the self incriminalion clause of fiftti amendment to the U S conslM Lion in their appearances before the subcoriirnittee rAII About The Weather Mason City Fair with rising peratures Wednesday night and Thursday D rysouthwesterly winds 2530 mph Thursday aft ernoon Iowa Fair and warm Wednesday night and Thursday High Thiirs day 60 to 70 Minnesota Mostly fair andwarm er Wednesday night and Thurs day GlobeGazette weather data up 9 8 am Wednesday Maximum 39 Minimum 13 At 8 am at ;