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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 9, 1948, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME HOME EDITION THE NEWSPAMR THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Five Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCTOBER 9 1948 Opinion Wilson Again Is Trailing Guy Gillette In the nipanatuck battle for US senator Democrat Guy Gil lette again has a slight lead over present Senator George Wilson If the election were being held today Wilson might win out but it would be due to the ef fect of straight ticket voting and because of the strength of the republican presidential ticket The indications now however are that many more republicans than in the past will cross party lines in the senatorial race The doubtful character of this Important campaign has been shown in polls by IOWA PUBLIC OPINION PANEL which in July gave Gillette a slight lead put wilson ahead in August but now again shows Gillette out in front The latest poll means if voters who are now undecided vote in the same proportions as those with opinions that Gillette has 523 per cent of the vote and Wilson 477 per cent By political parties voters now divide as follows Gillette Wilson 67 Undecided 14 Kcpub Demo Inde licans crats pendents 19 77 46 10 24 13 30 Nearly the same relationship is shown when preferences for sena tor are analyzed by those favoring the major presidential candidates FOR V S SENATOR Gillette Wilson Undecided FOR PRESIDENT Dewey Truman 22 64 14 77 11 12 Wallace supporters with opin ions are 2 to 1 for Gillette while many of those as yet undecided about the presidential race are also doubtful about their choice for U S senator Voters were asked to name their principal reasons for supporting the candidate of their choice The proportions giving each type of reason are shown below For For Gillette Wilson 22 21 Because I belong to his parly etc 18 27 He has always done a good job has a good record etc t I like what he stands lor his policies etc fi He is more on the farmers side etc 0 Hes done more for la hor for the working man etc 3 Hell do more for the people for the state etc 5 So the president and ronjrcss wont be di vided to support Dewey etc t 3 We need a change Iff 3 Because I dont like the other candidate the other man is no good etc 20 I like him because he is a jocd man 1 know him personally etc 2 Other miscellaneous rea sons 10 18 I dont know why I prefer him J really dont have a reason etc Several other IPOP findings in dicate that republican leaders need to do more than just spread the slogan Vote It Straight in 48 if they want to be sure that the com plete republican slate including George Wilson will be elected These are 1 Majorities of those with opin ions say Gillette would do the best job as U S senator regard ing each of 5 important issues in the coming campaign 2 An even 50 per cent of all lowans believe Wilsons chances of being reelected have been hurt because of the action of the Amer ican Federation of Labor which recently announced that it will spend a million dollars to try to defeat candidates for the U S senate and congress who voted for the TaftHartley act Wilson was named as one of these candidates 3 A shown above Gillettes sup porters include 19 per cent of all republicans and 22 per cent of those favoring Dewey But even a greater proportion of Beardsley and of those who will vote for republican congressional candidates 32 per cent in both cases want Gillette for senator When asked for opinions as to which candidate will do the best as U S senator regarding specific issues the following pro portions named tjndr Glllette Wilson tided In Regard to 37 36 27 AVorkinj for peace 21 lower prices 2fl Helping farmers 1 Labor legislation yti Controlling com munistic activi ties When asked which candidate would do the best job in regard to each of several campaign issues he has selected as most impor tant most voters name the man they say they are supporting at least on all but 1 or 2 points However more of Wilsons sup porters than Gillettes are uncer tain who would do the best job in regard to these issues in JO This Paper Consists ol Two No SIS SHES RECOVERING Recov eringfrom a dangerous opera tion to correct an outside blad der condition with which she was born 22monthoId Pamela Lamphere stands up in her hos pital bed for the first time She must have 2 more operations Disagreement over whether the operation should be risked or not caused her mother and fa ther to separate Papa Lam pheres resort to the courts re sulted in a reconciliation how ever Maley Dies of Heart Attack Bennetts Attorney in Conspiracy Case DCS Moines Maley 55yearold Des Moines attorney and former state assistant attor ney general died at his home here Friday following a heart attack Maley was attorney for Des Moines Safety Commissioner My ron J Bennett who has been ac cused of conspiring with 6 Des Moines tavern operators to accept a payoff and to violate the laws regulating closing hours of tav rns He suffered a heart attack Sept 29 but had returned to work Friday He filed a motion in district court attacking the le gality of the courts order sus pending Bennett from office pend ing hearing of an ouster suit brought against Bennett by Polk Bounty Attorney Carroll O Swit zer Maley suffered another heart attack Friday morning and died late Friday afternoon Born at Manchester April 5 1893 Maley attended Dufauque college Dubuque and St Louis university He is survived by his wife and 5 children Another son Thomas 16 was killed in an fiuto accident June 13 north of Clear Lake 18MonthOldGirl Hit by Truck Dies DCS Moines 18months old girl was injured fatally Friday when she was struck by a truck in the driveway to a filling sta tion on East 14th street The child was Darilyn Kleban ski daughter of Mr and Mrs Ber nard Klebanski The Klebanski family live at a cabin camp adjoining the filling station The driver of the truck who was driving out of the station after obtaining gasoline for the truck told officials he didnt see the child before the accident Churchill Warns of War Danger Says Only American Possession of Atom Bomb Stops Russia Llanduduo Wales Churchill warned Saturday World war III may burst upon humanity at any time because of the Berlin crisis Only the United States posses sion ol atom bombs stops a com munist juggernaut from engulf ing all western Europe The war time prime minister declared in an address prepared for the con servative party annual conference Americans would be guilty of murdering human freedom and committing suicide themselves if they agreed to destroy their stock of atom bombs Churchill said Russia is demanding in the United Nations that the atom bombs be scrapped and the wea pon outlawed at once Rests on Strength At the present time our only foundation of peace rests upon strength Churchill said The western powers will be far more likely to reach a lasting settle ment without bloodshed if they formulate their just demands while they have the atomic power and before the Russian com munists have got it too Churchill urged the west to bring matters to a head and make a final settlement before Russia gets the bomb The Russians should release their grip on satel lite states free German and Japa nese prisoners they now hold as slaves cease to oppress torment and exploit the parts of Austria and Germany they hold and cease disruptive operations elsewhere in the world before a settlement is reached Churchill said No False Hopes But the war leader of Britain declared he could not encourage you with false hopes of a friendly settlement with soviet Russia The Berlin blockade which he called Russian blackmail may at any time precipitate war Church ill said He said it should have been met promptly by countermea sures against Russian shipping and imports of all kinds which might be useful for war purposes Warren Makes 1st y 4 Escape Injury When Car Upsets car driven by Will F Bartells of Baldwin failed to make a curve 4 miles west of Ventura when the accelerator stuck Friday night the 1937 Hud son rolling over Mr and Mrs Bartells and children Leroy and Laura were badly shaken but ap parently not seriously injured Weather Report FORECAST Mason City Generally fair through Sunday Moderate to killing frosts Saturday night High Sunday near 60 Low Sat urday night 32 Iowa Fair Saturday night and Sunday Somewhat cooler Sat urday night Low Saturday night 3438 north 3840 south Minnesota Fair and cooler Sat urday night heavy frost Sunday fair rising temperature west portion IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather statistics for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning Maximum 63 Minimum 38 At 8 a m Saturday 41 YEAR AGO Maximum 71 Minimum 43 Briton Blasts Disarmament Bid as Propaganda Device Paris delegate Sir Hartley Shawcross dismissed the soviet disarmament proposal as rubbish Saturday and told the United Nations political committee that Russias armed forces now are times their prewar strength Shawcross insisted that Russia must lift its iron curtain of secrecy before any agreement on disarm ament or atomic control can be reached Britain will not be bam faoozled he said The soviet government will have to put a great many cards on the table before we or any one else who has studied the history of this subject can be satisfied that this proposal is anything but a somewhat threadbare propaganda device he said J Reduction The Russian disarmament pro posal called for each of the big 5 powers to reduce armaments by onethird within the next year Britain opposed the proposal on grounds that the well known Rus sian secrecy would prevent any FIRST IOWA STOP FOR vice presiden tial ambitions of Gov Earl Warren of California were broadened with his first of 5 Iowa speeches when his spe cial train stopped at Manly Saturday morning at a m The governor attired in a light gray business suit made a 10minute talk Shown on the platform left to right Lt Gov Kenneth Evans H R Gross 3rd district GOP can didate for congress William S Beardsley candidate for governor Governor Warren Boyd Pete Hayes Charles City 3rd district committeeman who introduced the speak er and a federal security agent effective check on whether the Soviets disarmed or not Shawcross served notice on Russia that there could be no agreement on disarmament in the field of conventional weapons until an agreement is reached on atomic control Opjposes U S Plan Russia has opposed the Ameri can plan for international atomic energy control because it would permit the United States to send spies into Russia in the guise of atomic energy inspectors Shawcross speech followed new attacks on the United States by 2 soviet satellite speakers Polands Zygmunt Modzelewski and Kuzna Kisselev of the white Russian republic Argentine Foreign Minister Juan A Bramuglia chairman of the security council who is at tempting to find a basis for east west compromise in the Berlin dispute met again for an hour and a half Saturday with the 6 neutral nations of the council HEAR GOP here is a portion of the crowd of 1000 gathered at Manly Saturday morn ing Among those present were representatives from a number of groups and republican leaders from surround GlobeGazette Photo ing counties began forming a half hbuiv before train time and circled in dose to the rear platform as the Californian began Ms speech n Arraignment of Robbers Is Postponed Bernard Delbert Morgan 26 Hampton and Robert Franklin Safford 23 Chicago will await action by the Franklin coun grand jury before their ar raignment their attorneys an nounced Saturday morning The 2 confessed robbers of 744 from the Sheffield Savings bank had been scheduled to plead either guilty or innocent before District Judge Sherwood A Clock at Hampton Saturday forenoon The grand jury is scheduled to meet Oct 26 Meanwhile the 2 young men remain in Franklin county jail for failure to produce bonds each Both are mar ried Morgan having 2 small chil dren and Safford one 14 more days to register at city hall to vote in the general election Nor 2 Marshall Arrives for Talk on International Situation Washington Truman and Marshall got President Secretary of State together here Sat urday to talk qver the critical in ternational situation The secretary of state flew from the Paris meeting of the United Nations arriving at a ra CST in Mr Trumans plane The Independence The presi dent had sent the plane to Paris to bring the cabinet officer here Mr Truman was at the airport to meet Marshall on his arrival Just 20 minutes earlier the president had reached Washing ton after an overnight train trip from Buffalo N Y where he made a campaign address last night He cut short a political tour of New York state in order to come here for the conference with Marshall The talks of the two top foreign policy framers began while Wash ington seethed with rumors that Mr Truman had entertained a plan to send Chief Justice Vinson to Moscow to talk with Premier Stalin on how the peace of the world can be preserved In no quarter was there any official confirmation that such a plan had been considered But neither was it denied There were reports in any event that this idea was no longer get ting it has been abandoned if It ever was given seriousconsideration Milwaukee Road to Be Liable for Trust Certificates Washington The Inter state Commerce Commission has authorized the Chicago Milwau kee St Paul and Pacific railroad to assume liability for of equipment trust certificates series The certificates will be issued by the Continental Illinois Nation al Bank and Trust Co Chicago and sold at 994317 and accrued dividends STREET ROLLER LOST Salem Ore is the kind of thing that gets misplaced out in the wide open spaces Re ported lost from its parking lot just north of the Salem city limits is a 5ton gas roller used in pav ing Monday Xray Schedule Schedule for Monday Oct 11 Unit locatedfiOO filh S a jn O E Platts 8 a m Zanlos Produce Route Products Craig Bros F Stock Johns Cafe Jvlason City Steel ProductsIndependent SQo Evin Chicago Meat and Grocery Surrayside Inn Cordle Cartage DCS Moines Tribune 9 Mason City Brickand Tile JGOO Block S a hr Cory and Henry O Kaler Mason City Department Coffee Cup Modem Dairy H B Mason City Sign George Ehleuberg and company North Iowa BotUion Capital Tobacco Ccrro Gordo Implement Mhson City Monu mental BOO S p m Mason and Awning Pullerton Bcri Nelson North Iowa Farm Mason Ctty CotaCola Ray Pauley Western Gro cery International Hanrestcr Independent BiacuiV S and H WoU Superior Oil 85 Gamble Robinson Milwavikce Freight Hotiee Chicago and North West Treiaht Depot 2 p m South Piggly MIMI City Ice Cream Cunning ham Products United Dairy Boyd Hayes Introduces Caiifomian Crowd of 1000 Listens to Address From Train Platform By Staff Representative crowd of 1000 per sons clambered around a special train here Saturday morning to hear Governor Earl Warren of California republican vice presi dential candidate in a 10minute speech his first of 5 in Iowa dur ing the day The Golden State governor was introduced by Boyd Pete Hayes of Charles City 3rd district com mitteeman On the train were Lt Gov Kenneth Evans William S Beardsley republican gubernator ial candidate H R Gross 3rd district candidate for congress and Gov Robert Blue boarded the special here Warrens assemblage arrived at a m Hayes made a short in troduction and then the governor launched into his Iowa campaign with an urge for voters to support the entire republican ticket Cant Pit Factions He said there are no patent medicine remedies for the prob lems which we face both domestic and foreign They are not caused by any one group and to solve them we cant divide segments pitting farm against city manage ment against labor or section against section he warned We must look forward to the future with confidence and this can only be done by electing Tom Dewey he said in referring to his presidention running mate But by sending him to Washing ton you have only half of the job done No man can accomplish the task ahead singlehanded He must have the help of a republican con gress and GOP state officers With the latter statement he turned to introduce Evans and Gross who were on the platform with him Warrens opening remarks brought out the fact that his fath er was born in Eagle Grove He also reminded lowans that they all had relatives in California and that Long Beachis often referred to as the Hawkeye state capital Wife Daughter Present The Northwood high school band was on hand to greet the special the background was one of several California cars which bore an American flag on the windshield Warrens attractive wife and daughter Virginia19 made v be lated appearance on the platform as the train was moving towards its next Stop Waterloo Other speeches were to be Made by War ren at Fort Dodge Cherokee and Sipux City candidate will rest tip at Sioux City over the beforetaking off Sunday night on the last leg of his cam paign into Wyoming Montana the Pacific Northwest WilMii at Dodffe Slated to join the train at Fort Podge were Senator George A Wilson of Des Moines State Senator Herman Khudson Clear Lake Wilsons cainpaifn manager Warrens swing iato Iowa came on theheels of a majbr Speech at Duluth Friday night he strongly endorsed the candidacy of Senator Joseph W re election He also touched on the issues of conservation electrifi cation and farm prices there and said the record of the republican 80th congress made clear and un mistakable the partys position fav oring continuance of all 3 pro grams Front MitrWclf and Sons Furniture p m Farm Town Lumber Ailis Chalmers Kclroy Fuel Mier Wolf Sam Raizes Rock Island Freight Crystal Lake company Pauls Food Boston Cafe Sin clair Refining Smith Furniture 3 p m Mason City Appliance Casey Drug One Minute Lunch Buehler Bros KICM Stag Home Appliance Firestone Cook Paint Artz Merritt Bolero Lunch Pittsburgh Plate Glass Front United Hnme p m Aldcns J C Penney Barons 4 p m Goodmans SnoCap Lunch Stevensons Brick and Tile Penney Building Style Shoppe BEEF HITS HIGH Pciping Chinese wailed Saturday about the high cost of living Beef hit its highest all time cents U S A pound SAME DATE Black neani 24 1 3 4 FINAL 1 3 4 FINAL Ohio State Iowa Purdue Michigan Cornell Harvard lf 3 Perm Princeton 3 4 FINAL Northwestern Minnesota   

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