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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 4, 1952, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                THE CEDAR RAPIDS GAZETTE: Tuea., Nov. t, 1IW2 Daily Record November 4. 1B52. THE WEATHER. Hixh and low temperatures Monday mt Inches...... of orec. precipitation: IS ...Mln'eavolii 47 JS 36 N. Orle.ni 711 60 Dnllth 41 2S ii SO 28 01 New York 50 Phoenix 50 Seattle 61 44 Sioux Cltr 58 31 Iowa to partly cloudy Tuesday and Tuesday night. Low Tuesday night 36- 42. Wednesday partly cloudy and turning colder, high 45-50 north- west, to around 55 southeast. Westerly winds around 20 m.p.h. Tuesday and Tuesday night be- coming northwesterly 20-30 m.p.h. Wednesday. Wednesday. Higher humidity Further outlook: Continued fair little change in temperature. Five-day forecast: Temperatures will average seven to 10 degrees above normal; normal lows 31- 33; normal high 52-55. Colder Thursday, followed by s rising trend. No precipitation of conse- quence. C. R. WEATHER. High Monday 51 Low overnight 3' Noon Tuesday............. 5( p.m. Tuesday 63 Precipitation...............Non eace, and cited the Yalta and 3otsdam conferences. years of "cringing folly" and 'appalling treason" in the long struggle for world peace since World war I. The general warned that "more powerful and more horrible" weapons cannot of themselves bring peace, and said that above all America must be armed with 'devotion freedom." in Des Moines county. They said they expected the total vpte to reach or better, nearly oyer the 1948 election. Estherville also reported "very heavy" voting, with a total of 849 in 9 precincts by a.m. Four years ago, election officials said, he vote had jy 3 p.m. At Carroll, normally a solidly Democratic county, the .vote by 11 a.m. was more than double the total by 11 o'clock in 1948. The count for this election was compared with'400 four years ago. In Folk county, voters at two precincts pulled the party lever so hard they broke it. The audi- tor said one of the levers was for the Democratic party, the other for the, Republican party. Fort Dodge expected at least one of its heaviest votes in his- tory. By noon, had voted, compared with the final total of four years ago, and there were long lines waiting. Other reports: of 16 poll- ing places in the city report more than votes cast by noon. Balloting running about 2 to 1 over 1947. Long lines waiting at most polling places. Clinton Voting was ex- tremely- heavy and there seemed little doubt it would 'exceed the previous record set in 1940. All precincts reported increases of 30 to 80 percent over 1948 in voting was elsewhere on the farm. Firemen theorized that an ex- plosion touched off the blaze. The fire was under control at noon, but was still being watched. Tiees and grass in the vicinity of the house were burning. the house just as Mrs. Milder Sedlacek. revealed, Assistant --C.R. Vote- (Continued from Page 1.) "Cringing Folly." up to-noon. And he said there have been] ballots cast up to noon. That is slightly more than one- third of the registered voters. The vote by 2 p.m. in 1948 was to the morality of This, he said, "de- had been Woman Waits 3 Hours To Shake Adlai Hand HALF DAY, 111. Alfred Fair, wife of a plasterer who lives near Adlai Stevenson's farm, stood at the door of the polling place for three hours wait- ing to shake hands with the Dem- ocratic nominee Tuesday. She said she has five children whose names are Harry Truman Farr, 3, Douglas MacArthur Fair, Turner chapel at James Madison Farr, 9, mands cleansing our hearts of even the faintest stains of pre- judice-' or which could divide the nation. "Decisive Moment." In his speech, Eisenhower said'the traditional way to wind up a campaign was to talk in "the lusty language of a booming rally." He added that he was not going to do that because: "I face this mo- the conviction that this is not just another election, not just another clash; of political personalities or political parties. This is a troubled and decisive moment in the history of man's long march from darkness tow- ard light." Talking of peace, Eisenhower declared: "Because I have learned that peace is the dearest treasure of free men, I have dedicated my- self to one supreme cause: to strive to keep war from ever again wounding the bodies and scarring the spirit of America's youth." KC To Hold Memorial Services at 8 Tonight Cedar Rapids chapter 909, Knights of Columbus, will hold memorial services for 11 deceased thoughtfulness of Frank Pfaff, proprietor of the Kenmore food shop. Pfaff's store is located next to No. 7 fire station where the voting is taking place. He began serving coffee and doughnuts in his store as soon as he opened Tuesday morning. By noon he had served more than 300 cups of coffee and a arge quantity of doughnuts. Here is the total vote cast in ui each precinct up to Tues- day Third Fifth-r- 134; Eighth 800: Ninth 886; Tenth 975; Eleventh Twelfth 946: Thirteenth 738; Sixteenth 744; Seventeenth 634; Nineteenth Twenty- Twejrty- Twenty-third 817; DOUBLE AT" MARION. More than double the voters who turned out at the 1948 presi- dential election had east their ballots in Marion at noon. The vote in the four wards at that hour.- was: First ward, 276; Health Officer Carl Smith will resume his duties as superintend- ent of the incinerator, dump and collection crews. Smith was lifted from that-job during Clarence Sediye's term M mayor when sanitation depart- ment members were permitted to elect their own' 'foreman, John Seel.. Seel now will serve aa ing foreman at the incinerator, according to SedUeek. Smith also will continue bis tfuties aa city restaurant Inspector. This arrangement, according to Sedlacek, will restore the super- visory scheme to a proper align- ment for maximum efficiency and control. The sanitation department now has about 39 men, officials re- ported. Four men will 'operate the incinerator.. When the incinerator is func- tioning smoothly again, Sedlacek indicated, he will announce an "open house" for the public, prob- ably on a Sunday. The mayor also voiced ciation for the cooperation and tolerance of residents along Me- morial drive during the old city dump's temporary use in that lo- cality. Second, 428; Third, 357, and Fourth, 331. Total, In 1948, the vote up to noon Kartman Services. Services for Carl Edward Hart- man, 712 First avenue NW, ma- chinist at the Fruehauf Trailer Company and a resident of Ce- dar Rapids for 12 years, who died suddenly at his home Mon- day, will be conducted in the Must Fight Poverty. Talking next of the evil the Free World faces in its struggle for peace, Eisenhower said "the menace of godless communism does not stalk us merely as a new version of old tsarist ambition." Then he added: "The final source of this men- ace is nothing so simple as ma- Thursday by Pas-tor E. H. Wid- mann of the Truiity Lutheran church. Burial will be at Ryan. Friends may call at the chapel. Chposky Services. Services for Konrad Chposky, Cedar Rapids resident 44 years who died Monday, will be con- ducted in the Janeba 'funeral home at 2 p.m. Wednesday by the Rev. Zdenek F. Pauk, Burial will be in Cedar Memorial ceme- tery. Friends may call at the fu- neral home. Franklin Roosevelt Farr, 10, and John Hancock Farr, 12. She said her next would be named Adlai Stevenson Fair. A specific performance sui Drought by Joe A. Goldsberry against Helen M. McFarlane was dismissed by the plaintiff. Doris Markham Tuesday sued Calvin E. Markham for a decree of separate maintenance. Alaskan fur seals migrate about miles every season between their breeding grounds and parts of the ocean where they live the remainder, of the year. Troops of Israel And Jordan Duel AMMAN, Jordan (UP) Troops of Jordan and Israel clashed Tuesday along the fron- tier and the Israeli forces were reported to have suffered casual- Three Are Discharged From SUI Polio Ward Three East lowans have beet discharged from the polio ware at University hospitals, Iowa City They are Jan Berg, 25, Decorah Anthony Christner, 3, Iowa City and Donna Sanders, 7, Clarence. Two other East were transferred from the active to in- active -wards at the hospitals They are Chdrles Olson, 19, ML Vernon, and Vivian Heitshusen 15, South Amana. Iowa Briefs members of the chapter tonight at was: First ward, 130; Second, 8 in the club rooms, 206; 110, and Fourth, 200. The.1 deceased members were Roland C. .Henderson, Joseph P. Burke, Richard L. Stallman, Jor- seph P. Beams, Edward M. Mul- laley, John P. Whalen, Howard C. Spengler, Albert B. Hansen, El- mer W. Boldt, John E. Kelsh and Richard T. Ryan. McKinley Students Say They Like Ike McKinley high school studenU, in a poll taken Tuesday, showed a majority .preference for Eisen- hower over Stevenson in the presidential race and gave Gov. Beardsley the nod over Herschel Loveless in the gubernatorial con- test. The vote was: Eisenhower............ .420 Stevenson...............367- Beardsley.............. .44S Loveless................435 The discrepancy in the number of votes cast in the two races was the result of- spoiled ballots. The poll was taken by government and journalism students at 
                            

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