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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 2, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH JOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LVIII Asdticisled Vrea and United Picss luU Lease Wires Five Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 2 1752 Tills 1aiier of Two One No 281 HOUSE WRECKED IN roof was sheared off this fiveroom frame house near Fairfax Va by twisting winds which weather bureau officials described as a byproduct of the Atlantic hurricane which finally blew itself out Tuesday in New York No one was injured when the house was destroyed Lake Rejects Federal Funds Comfortable as an Old Shoe LARNED Kan elderly man didnt like any of the shoes shown to him in a store here but as he was leaving he noticed those worn by another customer Chester Crane He asked Crane to let him try them on Crane consented The result Crane walked out in a new pair of shoes paid for by the elderly man and the latter walked out in Cranes slightly worn comfortably brokenin shoes Unarmed Light Planes Point Way for UN Bombing Thrusts SEOUL Korea Mosquito light planes flew through low clouds and Communist machine gun fire Tues day to lead swift United Nations fighterbombers in strafing and bomb attacks on Red front line positions The slowmoving spotter planes zoomed Jow over Com munist trenches and gun positions in defianceof Red small arms and automatic weapons fire They showed Thunder jets Shooting Stars and tangs where to drop their bombs bullets and napalm Destroy Artillery Thanks to the spotters UN fighter bombers destroyed two ar tillery pieces on the Western front ripped up seven gun posi tions two big guns and 11 front Jine bunkers on the Eastern front and harassed the enemy in the center Northwest of Chorwon fighter bombers destroyed one Communist tank the first Red armorclad to be knocked out since July 12 American F8G Sabrejets sighted four Communist MfG15 jets over Northwest Korea but the Russian built planes scurried across the Yalu River without offering to fight Supply Dump South Korean pilots in F51 Mus tangs attacked an advance supply dump north of Kumsong destroy ing eight buildings On the ground a Communist pla toon probed Old Baldy Hill west of Chorwon under cover of a heavy mortar barrage UN defenders knocked the brief fight Reds back after a Quiz Attendant on lowans Death NEW BLOOM FIELD Pa Slate police said Monday night a Pennsylvania Railroad car attend ant is being held for investigation in connection with the fatal fall of a Des Moines la American Le gionnaire from a train near Mil lerstown Slate Trooper Joseph J Dcvan ncy identified the man as Jerome Anderson 46 of Chicago The victim of the fall on Aug 23 was L N Conklin who was on his way to the American Legion national convention at New York His body was found on the tracks after the train had passed through this area Six Killed on Highways By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Traffic accidents took a toll of six lives in Iowa over the long Labor Day weekend The toll was well under the total of 14 deaths which Iowa safety au Lhorities feared would occur during the threeday holiday Three Children Three of the victims were child pedestrians Richard Fligcr 5 son ofMr and Mrs Russell Fliger of New Hampton died early Tuesday of a skull fracture suffered Mon day when he was hit by a car Previously a 4yearold Daven port boy Joseph Whitlemore was killed when hit by a car Saturday The third such death also oc curred Saturday Schcryl Paul ette Jennings 4 of Bethany Mo was fatally injured when hil by a car in Ruthvcn la TwoCar Crash A Kahoka Mo woman Mrs Ava Rowland 63 died at Red Oak Monday of injuries suffered sev eral hours earlier in a Iwocai crash at the junction of Highways 34 and 48 Othermotor vehicle victims ol the weekend included Mrs Chris Halligan 71 Fort Dodge and Michael Lae Allen 8 monthold son of Mr and Mrs Arlcn Allen of Montczuma Students Pay for Own Food CLEAR at the Hear Lake High School ale their irst school lunches Tuesday and hey paid the whole bill them elves The School Board of this tradi ionally Republican community las rejected federal aid for school unches which last year amounted o about 10 cents a lunch sale upt T G Burns 10 Cent Increase Lunches this yearcost the slu dents 35 cents compared to 25 cents a year ago Burns said the chool hnd received federal nil or lunches for about five or six ears V I dont know whether I can peak for the board he said but I believe they felt if we verent able to buy our own fopc ve were in pretty bad shape The superintendent added thai there have been many compli ments on the Boards decision He said that for the last five or ix years the federal government had contributed 5 cents iti cash and about 5 cents in free foot commodities for the school lunch program Rejected Milk Fund Burns recalled that about 10 cars ago the School Board rc ected another federally subsidized ichool lunch program the pcnn nilk fund that gave each stu dent a glass of milk for a penny The Board apparently felt the same way then about feeding our selves as they do now Burns aid SAME DATE Iftf metni traffic death hi pa si 2 hours Polio Death Toll Now at 76 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Iowas 1052 polio death toll hac risen Tuesday to 76 following the death during the night of a 22 monthold Colfax child Marlin R Thompson son of Mr and Mrs Niels Thompson It was the llth polio death in Des Moines this year At University Hospitals in Iowa City Monday Mrs Mary Boland 26 Dubuque died of the disease She was the mother of two chil dren It was the llth such death at Iowa City in 1952 Another Monday polio death wa that of Randall Poreth 4month old son of Mr and Mrs Ernest F Poreth of Newell It was he fourt polio death at Fort Dodge Bancroft Soldier Home Funeral of Wife Set Thursday BANCROFT Uli Funeral scrv ces will be held Thursday after loon for Mrs James Christenscn vhosc husband an Army private was on a troopship bound for Japan it the time of his wifes death Aug G Townspeople petitioned the Army to give Pvl Chrislenscn a furlough in order to attend hi wifes funeral and to clear up per sonal affairs Christensen returned home Mon lay explaining he had been give a medical furlough and is lo re port to Ft Cusler Mich Oct 4 DANGER SCHOOL CRISIS AHEAD This fall almost two million niore children will swarm into the nations classrooms And thats just the begin ningl In the next 4 years well have six million more students than ever before Whats going to happen in our already overcrowded schools The answer is up to you Yes you can help now to sec that our schools arc big enough to handle this influx thai our schools are wellequipped to give our children the education they de serve Find out how other citizens are working for better schools Write National Citizens Committee for the Public Schools New York 19 N Y Pxblitbcd at a public service in eralioit with The Advertising Council Ike Cuts Loose for 1st Time Truman Hurls War Charge HST Declares Loose Talk Risking War Blames Dulles for Gutter Politics ABOARD TRUMAN TRAIN President Truman openly accused ic Eisenhower command Tuesday f increasing the risk of atomic var by talking loosely about lib rating t Ihe enslaved peoples of astern Europe He declared that John Foster Dulles and other masterminds f the Eisenhower campaign are laying cruel gutter politics with tie lives of countless good men ndwomen behind the Iron Cur ain Not Easy Truman declared at one point It is not an easy thing for me o see their respected vho knows used as a pokesman for selfish politicians vho will say anything they think vill help them to power Surely the Republican candi late must know the Iron Curtain md Ihe Kremlin walls will not come tumbling down from a fev lasts on a campaign trumpet Truman didnt mention Dulles by name in his foreign policy talk to railroad station crowd at Park ersburg WVa identifying hiir only as a Republican whohelpcc n the formulation of our foreigi policy Knows Situation Truman then said He knows what a precarious situation the world is knows low easy it would be to start a war But he is perfectly willing to nave the Republican Party ane the Republican candidate say that increasp the risk o war simply inorder to get votes The President gave every out ward indication he is satisfied will Adlai Stevensons campaign as he stepped up his whislle stop stump ng for the Democratic nominee Campaign Crowds Truman demonstrated his abilitj o stir up campaign crowds agair Monday night at Milwaukee when ic was interrupted 4G times at Labor rally where he describee Eisenhower as the lonely captive candidate of Republican specia nlerests trying lo hide behind a new face Stopping for 55 minutes in Cin innati home town of Sen Robcri A Taft the President praised the Republican leader as being intel ectually is more thai you can say for other Rcpubli cans NEW JET PLANE FARNBOROUGH England plans a new giani ietairliner capable of carrying 150 jassengcrs and spanning the At lantic three times in 24 hours Demands CleanOut of Political Bosses ATLANTA Gen Dwight D Eisenhower Tuesday called the Democratic administration a mess of corruption and scandal and demanded a wholesale deanout of the political bosses in Washington The Republican presidential nominee cut loose at the Truman regime in earnest for the first time in an address Plowing Chief Quits Because of 2 Speeches ROCHESTER Minn W The president of the National Soil Con servation Day and Plowing Mutch es Inc resigned Monday night be cause Gov Adlai Stevenson and Gen Dwight D Eisenhower speak at the farmcvenl on the same day Leslie Trapp farmer near Ro chester turned in a letter of res ignation saying 1 feel that the action of the board meeting of Wlrcphuto HOT WORK THIS Gov Adlai Steven son wipes his face with a handkerchief in Detroit Monday as he takes the advice of the advertising sign behind CooL Off and walks to the cooler confines of Detroits City Hall after addressing a Labor Day audience Adlai Well Satisfied With Michigan Swing SPRINGFIELD Hi Adlai Stevenson saul Tues day he is very well satisfied with the results of his sweep through the industrial centers of Michigan and the reactions to his stated position on the whole field of labormanage ment legislation Back in his office Tuesday Stevenson started work on Polio Big Item KASSON Minn Having the next President of the United on Jheir farm Saturday is not the biggest thing in the lives Htnry Snow family now The big thing is the recovery of their son Jerry 12 who down with polio Monday He is in a Rochester hospital Both Dwight Eisenhower end Adlai Stevenson will speak at the Snow farm Saturday at the Na tional Plowing Contest his next major statement of policy on a farm Murder Suspect Taken in C R CEDAR RAPIDS A The last member of youthful fiveman gang implicated in the holdup slaying of a Des Plaines III po iceman last Thursday was re urned to Illinois early Tuesday by Chicago authorities Elton Meyer was arrested on hunch by Cedar Rapids de Leonard Stunk and Jerry Savartil after they saw the young man step into car bearing Texas icense plates here Monday after noon LAST OF GANG Meyer Tcentert last of a fiveman gang sought for the slaying of a Des Plaines 111 policeman in a loan company robbery was arrested in Cedar Rapids late Monday by the two Cedar Rapids detectives shown holdinghim He leaves Friday for Denver then goes to the National Plowing Contest at Kasson Minn where lie is expected to speak as fully on agriculture as he did Monday on labor Groundwork The Democratic candidate for President has now laid the ground work of his position on at least four of the big issues in the present campaign He has spoken out at length on foreign policy civil rights legislation Sen Joseph Me Jarthy of Wisconsin and labor management relations He has brushed such questions as social security and what he claims were the comparative records of the Republicans and Democrats He has not yet placed himself on that he strongly supports the Democratic platform agriculture nor on govern ment spending Hasnt Answered Finally if he considers the Re publican accusations of corruption in government an issue he has not yet answered it In Michigan Monday he talked mainly about labor and about for eign policy He delivered four speeches in a single day He had a fifth in his briefcase and he started lo deliver it at Ponltac when a rainstorm drove him and his audience to cover The high point came in Cadillac Square in Detroit where Steven son denounced the TaftHartlcy law as biased and political inspired and said it should be written off the books Aug 25 is to of the district state and natibha plowing matches The board voted 81 on Aug 2 to invite Gov Stevenson Dem ocratic presidential candidate tc spenk Sept 0 the same day El senhower Republican candi late will talk The boards action reversed an earlier decision not to have boll candidates speak on the same day because otherwise we couldnt get any plowing done1 Stevenson had declined an invi tation to speak the day before Eisenhower appears All About The Weather Mason City Warmer Wednesday Low Tuesday night 40 to 44 High Wednesday 75 lowi Generally fair and cool Tuesday afternoon Wednesday fair and warmer high 75 to 80 MinnesoU Fair and cool Tuesday nighl Wednesday and warmer mostly fair GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum 02 Minimum 45 At 8 am 02 Continue Civil Liberty Cases in Local Court Two separate cases charging Carroll Anderson manager of the Surf Ballroom at Clear Lake with denying civil liberties to two Ne groes were continued for three days Tuesday in the court of Jus lice C R Scrvison at Mason City Scrvison said the charges were filed by Charles Bennett Mason City and lsadorc Patterson Jr Waterloo The men are represent cd by Attorney George Dunn Scrvison said the charges out of the alleged refusal of An dcrson to admit Bennett to the Surf in July and Patterson in June The justice explained that a re fusal to deny civil liberties is a misdemeanor under the Iowa code Conviction would bring a fine up to and costs or 30 days ii jail Bennett is a brother of Bcrni Bennett the University of Iowa football player Scivison said neither Bcnnct nor Patterson appeared in cOur Tuesday Anderson appeared will his attorney Edward II Boyle Scrvison said the two appeared to arrange a suitable time for hear ing the case There was a possi bilily it would be taken bcfor Justice C E Ashland Clear Lake Caudle Testifies Before Tax Propers WASHINGTON Lama Caudle ousted head of the Juslici Departments tax division testifies behind closed doors Tuesday on charges the department tried to block a grand jury inquiry into St Louis tax scandals repared to open a flying outhern campaign tour A refreshening is not what said Eisenhower A facelifting job wont do it Ithcr he added What the mess must have isthe ill treatment Too Small Too Big Eisenhower said corruption and caudal were brewed by too many ncn are too small for their obs too big for their breeches nd too long in power He said a wholesale cleanout as needed to restore decency onosty and integrity to the na onal government This Washington mess ha aid is not a oneagency mess f a onebureau mess or a bne cphrtmcnt is a topto ibllom mess The general declared it was inough lo make Americans hang ur heads in shame The tone ofthe speech fulfilled advance word from his campaign leadquarters in New York that ic would putt no punches on lis Dixie trip Soft Some of his warmest admirers has complained that Eisenhow ers campaigning was too soft The generals aides said however that he had planned deliberately hot to fire his ammunition IOOK soon 1 Eisenhower named no namesin his He said thecost ofthe Wash ington mess was being taken out of every AmericaVi through higher taxes higherprigesand ling down the value br every dol nr you have put for the future You pay for theincompetence stupidity and corruption on the parl qf those who have been aughl and those who have not jcen caught Eisenhower said He said newspapers reported hat we are getting two airfields n North Africa for Ihe priceof iyc and that the papers carried countless oilier ilems concerning vaste The general asserted If you are as sick and tired of all this as 1 am if you are is tired as I am of picking up torn newspaper every morning and reading about a fresh govern ment scandal then lets get 16 elhcr and restore decency and honesty and the na ions capital In his bid for Southern sup port the Republican nominee said some Democratic spokesmen were counting the votes of the South ahead of time along with the cry tombstones and the vacant ols that they carry in Ihc election rolls in some of the cities they run up North Eisenhower said he had been hearing the wild cxultance of the Rebel yell They arc hearing it in Wash ngton loo he said And they dont like it They like voters who olow orders The GOP nominee saidhe him self likes Rebel yells Rebel Yells 1 heard Ihcm all the way from North Africa lo Central Germany said Eisenhower the Allied war lime commander in Europe All along that road to victory they an end to Nazi tyranny In his campaign they mean an end to the mess in Washington Referring to Gov Adlai E Stevenson of Illinois the Demo ratic presidential nominee Eisen lower said Even my distinguished opponent admits that his party had pro duced a mess in Washington Stevenson told an Aug 20 news conference that crime corruption and misconduct are messy wherever they are and they must be eradicated He also said the convictions for wrongdoing showed here had been a mess in Wash nglon I intend to dealwithcor ruption ruthlessly he declared I always have Eisenhower said in his text Tues Jay that has announced that Democratic andidatc must run on record of the administration   

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