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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 26, 1948, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME THE NEWSPAfEK THAT MAKES ALL MORTH IOWANS VOL LV Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires HOME EDITION iiiiiir Five Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY OCTOBER 26 1948 This Paper Consists of Two One No 14 Strength of Dewey Widely Distributed By ARCHIBALD M CROSSLEY Director The Crossley Poll Ir top 15 states Include 3 Jn New England 2 in the middle Atlantic states 4 in the industrial midwest 5 in the agricultural belt and 1 on the acifi coast These are the states in which the DeweyWarren ticket should achieve its highest percent ages of total voters For each of inem the poll shows 54 per cent or better Following in rank order are the imal poll percentages shown for each leading candidate as of the 3rd week in October with the un decided group eliminated They are subject to normal variation of at least 2 percentage points plus or minus for the major parties due to the limitations of samples of the population In the final days of the campaigns Wallace may show some decline and Truman may gain a small amount OF TOTAL VOTE FOR Wallace Dewey Truman Others Vermont G8 31 l South Dakota 62 37 1 Maine 60 39 1 New Hamp 58 41 l Kansas 58 42 Nebraska 58 42 North Dakota 57 39 4 Iowa 57 40 3 Oregon 57 42 1 Illinois 55 43 2 Indiana 55 43 2 Ohio 54 45 1 Pennsylvania 54 42 4 Wisconsin 54 43 3 New Jersey 54 41 5 In 1944 the 4 most republican states in rank order were Kansas Nebraska South Dakota and Ver mont Deweys percentage of the total vote this year in Massachusetts New York Michigan Washing ton California and a group of mountain and other states is ex pected to be lower than for the states shown above The poll in dicates that Dewey will make gains over 1944 in total vote in several southern states will profit in relation to the democratic party in a number them due to the Thurmond vote and may carry one southern state While the Dewey vote relation ship to the Truman vote will show a widespread improvement over the DeweyRoosevelt standing there will be individual states where the results may be very close due to local political condi tions The next and final article will present a complete roundup for all slates together with a summary of the principal findings of the lull poll series Copyrighl Crossley Incorporated St Ansgar Man Dies of Gunshot Injury LeRoy Kittleson 22 St Ansgar died in a local hospital at a m Monday of injuries suffered in a hunting accident Sunday af ternoon Kittleson was rushed to Mason City shortly after the accident Sunday and was never given much chance to recover He was given constant blood transfusions and was in surgery for more than 2i hours He was apparently alone when the incident occurred He had left the home of his parents Mr and Mrs Floyd Kittleson intending to walk through a cornfield with his shotgun He staggered back to the home a short time later and col lapsed with the contents of a shot gun blast in his stomach Weather Report FORECAST Mason City Fair and mild Tues day night and Wednesday Southerly winds 15 to 20 miles per hour Wednesday Low Tues day night 40 to 45 High Wed nesday 70 Iowa Fair cooler northwest Tues day night Wednesday increasing cloudiness cooler west and north Low Tuesday night 40 to 45 Jowa 5Day Weather Outlook Temperatures will average from 4 to 7 degrees above normal Normal highs range from 60 south to 55 north normal lows from 38 south to 34 north Mild temperatures beginning of period becoming cooler Thurs day and Thursday night A little warmer Saturday afternoon and Sunday Little or no precipita tion during the next 5 days Minnesota Fair Tuesday night and Wednesday Slightly warmer west portion Wednesday IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather statis tics for 24 hour period ending at ft oclock Tuesday morning Maximum 71 Minimum 39 At 8 a m Tuesday 47 YEAR AGO Maximum SO Minimum 48 AP Wirepholo FLARES MARK TRUMANS PARADE THROUGH LOOP President Harry Truman nearest car Weaves his hat as he rides through Chicagos business district Monday night enroute to make a major address of his political campaign Flares such as that go ing off at right lighted the line of march Report Revolt in Paraguay Is Crushed Asuncion Paraguay It was officially announced T u e s day that a Paraguayan revolt has been crushed The announcement said Col Carlos Montanaro alleged leader of the uprising surrendered less than 20 hours after revolting with his military school cadets The government said with the surrender of Montanaro calm has been reestablished throughout the republic It was the 2nd uprising in Para guay within a year Last June the army overthrew President Higinio Morinigo 5 Are Missing After Boats Crash in Bay Norfolk Va 10000 ton tanker Tullahoma collided with and sank the trawler Colonna off Hoopers island in Chesepeake Bay Tuesday and coast guard of ficers said 5 men still were miss ing Officers said the predawn col lision occurred at a m Tues day The 110foot trawler out of Reedville Va went to the bottom the coast guard reported and 16 of its crew were later picked up by the tanker Officers said the coast guard cutter Jonquil from Portsmouth the cutter Chinook from Baltimore and a plane from Elizabeth City N C dispatched to the scene Truman Says Pollsters Will Be RedFaced After Vote In To Observe Navy Day Over World Washington a v y day Wednesday will be observed in4 ceremonies throughout the world wherever there are navy ships or stations In 67 ports in this country the Hawaiian Islands and in England more than 350 navy ships will be open to the public Navy and naval air reserve planes will stage air shows in many major cities Aboard Truman Campaign T r a i n Truman claimed that the tide is rolling for the democrats as he turned Tuesday from a roaring Chicago welcome to renew his election drive in Indiana and Ohio Spurred by the cheers of hun dreds of thousands in the Illinois city Mr Truman declared that on election day some of the red dest faced people the country has ever seen will be the pollsters And in Clevelands public hall at 8 oclock CST Tuesday night associates said the president will give the poll takers an even more thorough goingover for their pre dictions of heavy majorities for Gov Thomas E Dewey the GOP nominee Biff Ovation Jacob Arvey chairman of the Cook county democratic central committee and Former Mayor Edward J Kelly arranged an ova tion for the president in Chicago Monday night such as he has not seen in all his crosscountry stumping campaign which started in Michigan on Labor day Bill Horstmau manager of the Chicago stadium estimated that 24000 persons were jammed into the big west side arena and an other 200000 stood around out side to hear Mr Truman as he declared democracy at home is threatened by forces similar to those that backed Hitler Musso lini and Tojo The president said that power ful reactionary forces working through the republican party are silently undermining our democratic institutions 750000 Persons Ray J Crane chief of the Chi cago uniformed police estimated that 750000 persons greeted Mr Truman as he paraded from the Blackstone hotel through streets loaded with holders of Truman signs and alight with fireworKs The president in his talk un mistakably sought to imply that a republican victory would pave the way for a dictatorship in this country In our own time he said we have seen the tragedy of the Ital ian and German peoples who lost their freedom to men who made promises of unity and efficiency and security Governor Dewey has been talk ing of unity and efficiency throughout his campaign Gov Dewey Follows Truman to Chicago for Major Talk Enroute With Dewey to Chicago unofficial political pop ularity contest in 4 of the nations biggest cities was underway Tues day as Gov Thomas E Dewey trailed President Truman into Chicago At the republican the size of the mar gin by which the GOP nominees followers expect him to win the presidency 1 week from Tuesday Confident that Dewey has enough rural and smaller city strength to put him over these republicans were intent on cut ting down the usual democratic majorities turned out by Chicago Cleveland Boston and New York City To Match Welcome For that reason Cook county re publicans were reported deter mined to match or exceed the welcome given to Mr Truman on his visit to Chicago Monday Similarly republicans will try to outdo their democratic rivals when Dewey follows the president into Cleveland Wednesday into Boston Thursday and into New York Saturday Mr Truman keeping one day ahead all the way will close his campaign Saturday in Independ ence Mo his home town Dewey has announced that in Chicago Tuesday night he will outline how he proposes to pul into effect friendly policies to ward labor business and agricul ture if he is elected The speech will be broadcast NBC and tele vised ABC at 9 p m Taken For Granted His election is taken so much for granted in his camp that the republican nominee is not ex pected to reply to the bristling at tacks directed his way by the president Even in its final week the GOP campaign apparently is moving with the throttle only half open On all the 16hour trip from Al bany where his special train pulled out at midnight Monday to Chicago no speaking stop was ar ranged in advance Neither was there any plan for the Dewey Victory Special to pause for an appearance by the candidate on its daylight journey from Chicago to Cleveland Wednesday Search for Robbers of Bank Continues Says Acts of Security Council Debate on Russians Are Stopped in Anger Power Bid Progressives Ask Debate on Farm Issues A challenge to debate farm ssues was wired Tuesday to Har old McKinlcy chairman of the iowa Farmers for Dewey commil ee by the Iowa progressive party over the name of its state chair man E E Roelofs Roelofs asked McKinley to ap pear at a progressive party public which will be held at the rlotel Kan ford in Mason City on Friday at 8 p m The rally will follow a dinner at which a permanent farm commit ee for the Iowa progressive parly s to be established In issuing the challenge Roelofs said The republicans make the claim that they favor support prices Cor farm products and have organized a farm committee which s attempting to get farm votes for Dewey on these grounds The progressive party charges that the republicans if elected will completely scuttle the Wallace farm program which the farmers have built up the past 15 years Their intentions were demonstrat ed by the actions of the 80th con gress Dulles Speaks at Meeting of UN Political Group Paris Foster Dulles told the U N political committee Tuesday that Russian action be fore the world agency was part of a general rffort to extend the power of sovet communism throughout the world The American delegate spoke as small powers of the security coun cil renewed their efforts to medi ate the Berlin bUckade crisis after Russias veto of a compromise of fered by G smaler powers For evolution Dulles foreign affairs advisor to Gov Thorns E Dewey republi can presidential candidate said international communism is work ing for a world revolution through force coercion and terrorism He linked the Greek question which is before the general as sembly and the Berlin deadlock before the security council as parts of the Russian plan to dom inate the world through commun isms spread Dulles said he was presenting a resolution to send the U N spe cial commission on the Balkans back to work fov another year in vestigating the Greek civil war and appealing to Greeces north ern neighbors to cease aiding ef forts to overthrow the Greek gov ernment Not Made Public The resolution presented in the name of Britain China France and the United States was not made public immediately The 58naiion political commit tee got to the heart of the Balkan question after rejecting 50 to G a Yugoslav move to invite repre sentatives of Markos Vafiades Greek guerrilla leader to partici pate in the debate Paris American pres ident of the United Nations secur ity council angrily adjourned de bate on Palestine Tuesday He closed the session with a state ment that the council could not be lashed into action by Arab charges of bias Warren Austin the U S dele gate and October president of the council spoke up sharply to close the debate until Thursday after Mahmoud Bey Fawzi of Egypt pressed for immediate council ac tion The council was called into the emergency session to hear an Egyptian charge that Israel is vio lating a cease fire order on the Ncgcv front in southern Palestine Fawzi said Egypt had accepted the security councils week old cease fire order in the Negev but that fighting there was continuing Earlier Faris el Khouri of Syria told the council that it seemed in different to Arab charges of truce violations Start Hearing on Rail Pay Board to Meet About 1 Month Chicago emergency factfinding board named by President Truman to review the wage and hour dispute between the nations railroads and 16 non operating unions planned to start hearings Tuesday The board is expected to be in session about a month Although the senting some 1000000 have taken a strike vote no walk out can be called for 30 days after the factfinding board reports to j President Truman Results of the 17 Airplanes Hunt Missing Flying Fort Denver planes searched the Rocky Mountains and the Breat Basin Tuesday for a B17 missing since Monday night with 4 men aboard The bomber was en route from Hamilton air base at San Francis co to Lowry air base near here Air force officers said it had not L LL1LJ been heard from since leaving sirjkc ballot have not been an TTn m 1 T if 1 IV n nt TVTGT1 Hamilton at p m MST Mon day night The crew consisted of 2 officers and 2 enlisted men In addition to planes from Low ry Field units from San Francis co El Paso Tex and Detroit Mich joined the search An ad vance base for search operations was set up at Rock Springs Wyo Democratic Party Shows Fund Deficit Washington Democrats showed a deficit in their party treasury Tuesday although their top organizations have spent 070 less than the republicans in the struggle for the presidency and control congress A compilation of reports filed with congress by the 2 national party committees and parallel groups seeking to elect senators and house members showed GOP spending at that of the democrats at The democratic national com mittee said it has gone in the red with its bank just a week before to S8485 The republican committee did not say whether it is operating with black or red ink FALL FATAL Des Moines Knox 44 Casey salesman died in a Des moines hospital Tuesday of a fractured skull suffered Sunday when he fell 14 feet to a sidewalk while putting storm windows on his home nounced but unofficial reports are that more than 90 per cent of the workers favored a walkout The emergency board review follows failure of the national railway mediation board to set tle the wagehour dispute Direct negotiations between the carriers and unions broke down last Sept 17 Intervention by the presiden tial emergency board is the last peace step provided by the rail way labor act 10 to Jail for Contempt Los Angeles witnesses of them orderec to jail Monday night for alleged contempt of federal court after they refused to answer question about communists U S Judge Peirson M Hall finding them in contempt re manded them to the custody of the U S marshal without bail They had been brought before the federal judge after refusing to answer questions put to them by a grand jury opening an investiga tion into asserted communist ac tivities among government em ployes in southern California Eight were jail immediately They are Wesley Bissey Ben Dobbs Henry Steinberg Phillip Bock Frank Edward Alexander Samuel Harry Kasinowitz Del phine Murphy Smith and Mrs Margaret I Noble Two other women Mrs Miriam Brooks Sherman and Mrs Doro thy Baskin Forest were given until noon Wednesday to for care of their small children before going to jaii Drivers Split on Bus Strike Union Head Gives BacktoWork Order New York thousand odd bus drivers teamed Tuesday n the greatest surface transporta ipn strike in New York Citys lislory and then split over a union order to return to work After a 4 hour strike on 7 pri vately owned bus lines which left 3500000 riders without their nor mal transportation Michael J Quill international president ofthe IO transport workers union or dered the 8500 members back to heir jobs The first bus began to roll 25 minutes after Quill issued the or der but a rank and file group es imated by police al 3500 voted to remain on strike Within min utos after the vote some of the dissidents had stopped a bus which iad resumed its schedule Quill issued the order to a mass demonstration of workers outside state public service commission headquarters in the Woolworth juilding He spoke a moment after Mayor William ODwyer made a udden dramatic appearance at the demonstration and xirged the men to return to their jobs After ODwyers appeal Quill hatless and up in a sound truck and shouted to a policeestimated crowd of 8000 demonstrators Go back to work Topeka UPWA in Wage Agreement Topeka Kan CIO United Packinghouse Workers o America announced Tuesday r has accepted a 4cent hourly wage increase from the John Morrel and Co plant The increase ii retroactive to Oct 18 Ernie Kanatzar president of UPW Local 174 said a 3man bar gaining committee of the union accepted tlie offer The increase affected 1100 workerr DAVID E LILIENTHAL Educators to Hear Speech by Lilienthal Des Moines IDPA David Lilienthal chairman of the U S atomic energy commission wil address the opening general ses sion oE the 94th annual conven tion of the Iowa State Education association The convention a which a total attendance of 800 is expected will be held in De Moines Nov 4 5 and G Lilien thals address will serve to keynot the convention theme Speakin in the Atomic Age Eric Johnston president of the Motion Picture Association America and former president of the U S Chamber of Commerce who just returned from a business trip to Europe will be the nib in speaker at the Friday evening program Nov 5 Rep Walter H Judri republi can congressman from Minnesota will address the only session of the convention which will be open to the public on Saturday morn ing Section and department meet ings are planned on the morning and afternoon programs Thursday and Friday A full schedule of breakfast luncheon and dinner meetings also is planned Are Believed Going North of Keokuk Escaped With More Than From Kahoka Mo Bank Des Moiiies law en orcement officers Tuesday con tinued their search for 2 armed gunmen who escaped with Monday after holding up the Ka noka Mo Exchange bank and locking the bank president and 13 other persons in the vault The Iowa highway patrol said Monday night the 2 men were be lieved to be headed northwest of Keokuk along country roads A car believed to be the getaway car was seen and trailed for a while on a country road northwest of Argyle in Lee county Iowa the patrol radio said Small Denominations Keokuk authorities said the money was in bills of small de nominations Keokuk is about 25 miles from Kahoka The bandits were believed to have made their getaway in a gray car One report indicated the auto had Nebraska plates and another that the plates were covered but were believed to be Polk county Iowa plates Keokuk police reported arrest of 2 men driving a car with New Mexico license plates shortly after the robberyLater however Charles Hancock assistant Keokuk police chief said 4 persons from Kahoka had viewed the suspects in Keokuk and had declared they were not the men sought At Kahoka R G Killer who is president of the bank said the men svere unmasked and armed xvith army type revolvers Lay down on the is a holdup Killer quoted one of the gunmen as saying After scooping up the money from the tellers windows the bandits locked Killer 7 bank em ployes and 6 customers in the vault Their getaway car headed toward Farmington Iowa as it left Kahoka Aged Man Shoots Self in Accident Iowa Warner 72 shot himself accidentally Monday and is receiving treatment in Ells worth Municipal hospital in Iowa Falls He is in a serious but not criti cal condition according to the at tending physician The 22 rifle was discharged accidentally when he slipped on the floor according to reports No investigation of the accident has been made HANGS SELF Ringsted O Dahl 72 hanged himself Monday Auth orities said he was despondent at having run his car into a light post Gen Arnold Says Reds Will Not Fight If Bluff Is Called Sonoma Cal is attempting a gigantic bluff against the United States and the western allies but is not ready to fight doesnt want to fight and wont fight if her bluff is called Gen H H Hap Arnold told the United Press Tuesday Ive been away from Washing ton now for a couple of years and I may be slightly off the beam but thats my considered opinion the wartime chief of the army air forces said Arnold was asked what positive steps the western allies might take in the present situation Push Through Why not take a motor convoy and push it through the corridor to Berlin he replied Perhaps we might have learned something from George Pattons technique If Patton were running the show he would take it through Asked what the Russians would do if an armed allied convoy did push through to Berlin Arnold much if anything Arnold now technically retired nnd raising white faced cattle on his Rancho El Feliz in Californias Valley of the Moon still maintains an office at the nearby Hamilton field air force installation We need today the same cour age of conviction we had when we marched into Berlin the white haired smooth faced general said Basic Error It would be a grave and basic error to let the communists bluff us out in the present deadlock in Germany They are not ready to fight and they do not want to fight We should curb the national tendency to be in awe of the Russians an awe amounting almost to fear If our people will take the time coolly to analyze what Russia does and does not possess militarily America will be greatly heart ened Of course its easy to lean against the fence rail here in Cali fornia and call the shots as to what we should do and should not do on the other side of the world I may be 100 per cent wrong But I did have direct experience with the Russians under combat condi tions throughout the war and to that extent I base my personal opinion and conclusions upon fact Traffic Toll Equals Figure for Last Year By The Associated Press Two persons died as the result of traffic accidents in Iowa Mon day to push the 1948 death toll to with the toll on the same date last year for the first time The dead were Mrs Mary C Walclin about 75 who died in an autopedestrian collision at Bur lington and F W Jones Minne apolis Minn who died in a hos pital at Spirit Lake of injuries suffered earlier when his car went off the road Coroner R O Giles said Mrs Waldin was struck at an intersec tion in a residential district by a car driven by Mrs H E Kerns of Burlington The coroner said Mrs Kerns told him she did not see Mrs Waldin until the impact The fatality was the first in Bur lington in 673 days The car in which Jones was riding left Highway 71 four miles south of Spirit Lake and tumbled down a steep embankment Mrs Jones wife of the dead man and Henry Olson of Minneapolis and former Ruthven Iowa resident were reported in serious condition at the hospital They also were riding in the car Straw Weighs Heavy on Paddys Stomach Ballymena Northern Ireland Paddy ONeill a meditative man always chewed a straw as he drove his pony and cart around sleepy Ballymena He always had a stomach ache too Now he knows why Removed from Paddy at the hospital 2 balls of straw total weight one pound 12 ounces SAME iniffU death in part   

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