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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 4, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION THE NEWSFAPfR THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LVIII Associated Prcis and United Press IUU Five CfnlJ a Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 4 1952 This Iflpur Conslsls of Two Ono No 213 Allies Down 12 Commie Jets School Bond Is Proposed Money Would Construct 2 New Schools WEARY Dwight D Eisenhower wipes the back of his head with a hand towel preparatory to catching forty winks as his plane carries him from Tampa Fla towards Birmingham Ala The general covered 3500 miles in less than 40 hours on his southern tour Ike Emerges as Hard Hitter Adlai Plots Major Speeches NEW YORK D Eisenhower formally opens his presidential drive in Phil adelphia Thursday night with a brand new fighting personality won in two days of cam paigning below the MasonDixon Line The Southern invasion wiped out the jit ters in the Eisenhower camp It put smiles back on the faces of Eisen hower lieutenants And it set the stage for the next phase of the big push with the GOP nom inee now in the role of a twofisted fighter Hard Hitting Gov Sherman Adams of New Hampshire one of Eisenhowers top advisers t o id reporters From this moment on the cam SPRINGFIELD 111 Itf Gov Adlai E Stevenson laid out Thursday a program of five major speeches starting with a reply in Denver Friday to the Republican slogan Its Time For a Change The Democratic presidential nominee an nounced through his campaign manager Wil on Wyatt that in the five peeches he will deal with the paign will be as hardhitting and vigorous as eyer waged in yourmemory or mine Eisenhower himself apparently was well pleased with the results of the Southern first con certed Dixieland stumping ever done by a GOP presidential nomi nee Do you think you made a dent in the solid South a newsman asked as Eisenhower stepped from his plane here Wednesday night and flung uphis hands in a ges ture of happiness Great Welcome PHILADELPHIA W This birthplace of American inde pendence thundered great wel come Thursday to Dwight D Eisenhower on his arrival here formally to open his presidential campaign Thursday night I made a lot of friends the general replied with a smile A short time later Eisenhower told photographers outside his home Ill give you a good smile because thats the way I feel Eisenhower will outline his views on foreign policy Thursday night before Pennsylvania Republicans and a nationwide NBC television and radio audience pm He is expected to turn heavy criticism on the Truman admin istrations conduct of foreign af fairs To Kassort Ike in Iowa on Sept 18 WASHINGTON i g h t D Eisenhower will spend a full day in Iowa Sept 18 during his first major swihg which will take him through a dozen states Arthur E Summerfield Repub lican national chairman said Wed nesday that Eisenhower will begin his 11day train tour starting Sept 15 will include 70 platform appear ances and seven major speeches including one at Omaha Neb The Republican preside ntia nominee will spend Sept 18 cross ing Iowa making six stops includ ing one of more than an hour al DCS Moines Scheduled Iowa stops are at Iowa City lo am Grinnel lo pm Newton lo pm DCS Moines lo pm and Atlantic to pm Ike Wont Visit Here on Swing CLEAR LAKE E d w a r d R Boyle county Republican chair man said Thursday Dwight Eisen hower will be unable to visit Masoi City on his September tour o Iowa Whether Ike will be able lo visi Mason City at all during his cam A bond issue will be proposed to the voters of the Ma son City School District al the Nov 4 election H would finance the construction of a new Wash ington School and a new Roosevelt Elementary School Cost of the otteclassroompcr grade Washington School was esti maled ut by Architect Karl M Waggoner The threeclass roonispergradc Roosevelt would cost Need Classrooms Enrollment figures r e p o r tc il Thursday by Supt Lawrence H Shepoiser indicated the need for Ihc addilional classrooms Kinder garlen enrollment jumped from 414 on Sept 4 1951 to 599 on Thursday he said The supcrinlendent said that the increase of 185 compared with an expected Increase of 100 as indicated by the school census of June 1950 The increase for all the grades Ihrough sixlh was 215 to a total of 2829 The total enrollment in all grades including junior college was 5066 Thursday There were 4746 in the classrooms at the close of school last June indicating an increase of 320 Ihrough the sum mer Jefferson School showed the most marked jump Shepoiser said from 191 last June lo 227 Thursday Un fortunalely he added Ihe increase came in grades Where the teaching load already was at a maximum ilolmGuviUo pholu by Clblia CLASSES TOP number of classes in Mason City junior lnKli schools top the 40 mark There are 45 students in thu 9th grmlc general science class taught by Lpren Grout at Roosevelt Junior High School All classrooms are in use andno relief from the crowded conditions 13in sight until1954 when it is hoped to move the seventh grade tothe oldRoosevelt Elementary Building after completion of a new one ndependent vote GOP catch phrases and lay down a farm irogram in Kasson Minn Satur day Wyatt said that at Seattle Sept the Illinois governor will give iis views on conservation and pub ic power Stevenson will speak Sept 9 in San Francisco on foreign policy The lopic for afifth major speech iri Los Angeles Sept 11 has not been finally fixed Wyati said Ignoring Activities Continuing a policy of ignoring he activities of Gen Dwight D Sisenhower the Republican presi dential nominee Wyalt declined to comment on charges Eisenhower Vas levelled at the Democrats in he Southern trip the GOP nominee just completed Stevensons manager was asked f the governorscamp was wor ried by the interest and large crowds Eisenhower had had in the iouth It was intcrcsling but it hasnt worried us Wyalt said Why should it He has had large crowds but that doesnt necessarily mean anything I remember that four years ago in Louisville Ky Gov Thomas E Dcwey of New might be called one of Eisenhowers East ern managers had a terrific crowd Dewey greeted this crowd by saying they couldnt all be Re From Philadelphia Eisenhower will push on to Chicago Friday and then on Saturday to Kasson Minn where his path will cross that of Democratic Presidential nominee Adlai Stevenson From Kasson Eisenhower will go lo Cleveland on Monday and to Indianapolis Ihe next day As Eisenhower wound up his Southern trip al Little Rock Ark late Wednesday he tackled the racial issue briefly Repeating what he had said in Tampa Fla earlier in the day he pointedly reminded the audience that the Declaration of Indepen dence says all men are created equal Eisenhower also said the founding fathers made no mention of color of skin Eisenhower told his Little Rdck We must approach group prob lems in the spirit of cooperation and readiness to accept Ihc respon sibilities by each of us that are group in character If we do not do that then Ihere comes thai creeping tide of law central law that finally results in the allpowerful slale and we do 11 fcecause we are rcgimenled paign is still a question Boyl said Eisenhower was invited to speak at a Farmers Field Day al a date which his advisers were told they could determine Boyle said an effort was being made to secure a top Republican leader lo speak at the event He said full plans will be announced later Nine Persons Hurt in Warehouse Fire FT WORTH Tex MAl least nine persons were in hospitals Thursday injured by an explosion that came when water was pourec on a magnesium fire here The blast Wednesday afternoon ripped apart a warehouse at Bel Aircraft Plant No 1 here None 01 those injured were believed in serious condilion A fire of undelermined origin had been blazing for 15 minutei when a volunteer fire departmen from the nearby Saginaw commit nily started pouring water on the blaze not knowing that magnesium was burning Witnesses said thi caused Ihe blast felt five mile away publicans As it turned out he was right on eleclion day Carries Kentucky Wyatt nolcd thai President Tru man carried Kentucky in 1948 by a ubstanlial margin Earlier Thursday Stevenson sup orters tried to drive a wedge be ween Eisenhower and Sen Robert Taft in the GOP ranks They cited the detection of Col Robert P McCormick editor and ublisher of the Chicago Tribune as an asset in their effort lo cap ure Ihe vital Midwest in the presi lential race Ignore Nominees McCormick has advised Repub leans lo ignore bolh presidenlial nominees and concentrate on ilecling selecled GOP members f Congress in preparation for a Ihird party presidential effort in 1956 A Stevenson aide said he re gards this as a major break for he Democratic nominee in Illinois Indiana Wisconsin and Iowa where the Tribune circulates widely These four slates form the heart land of a Midwestern area where President Truman won his uncx peeled victory in 1948 The Stevenson aide said he be lievcs McCormicks views will ai and the prospects arelhat two ad ditional teachers willbe needed for the one school McKinley also may heed a teacher for an additional iitlf day he added Ono Large Class which al ready had classes topping the40 mark jumped from 534 i last June to 572 The additional 38 would be enough to fill a large class it was noted The overflowing classrooms at RooseveltJunior High were a prin cipal reason for Ihe boards deci sionlo build the new and larger elementary school there If and when it is completed the board de cided Ihe seventh grade could be moved from the junior high to the old elementary building Classes also contain more than 40 students at Monroe Junior High but enrollment is practically the same as last June Building a new Washington School would permil laking four elencnlary classes out of the junior high building and make the classrooms available for the junior high school The enrollment by schools was announced by the superintendent as follows School Kiudrrybr Garfield 46 Grant 53 Harding 89 Jefferson 4 Monroe 55 Lincoln 16 Madison 32 McKinley 45 Roosevelt 90 Wilson S9 McGrqth Will Be Star Witness at Justice Hearings WASHINGTON House in vestigation of the Justice Depart ment had an open date Thursday biuV Chairman Chelf DKy an nounced its noxi star witness will be former Ally Gen J Howard McGralh McGialh who was by President Truman last spring will appear Sept 15 in a publicsession Continue Friday The committee planned to con Unue Friday a closeddoor session with T Lamar Cuudlei ousted b Truman from his post as assistan attorney general last November It is expected he Will be quizze about the committees latest ex posers The case o a governmcn attorney getting a gift of 75 from a law firm in 1917 after goverumcnt case was dioppcc against the Buffalo N Y Criminal Chief James A Mullallywhose rcsig nation came quickly last month af tcr he was suspended from hi Criminal Division post tcstificc lie received Irom Gordon L Eaklc a former department col league who quit in to cnlc private practice E M FOX DIES DES MOINES will e held here Saturday for Erbie M ox 71 president and general manager of E M Fox Company nc Des Moincs feed concentrates processing firm whodied at a hos rital here Wednesday feet many Republicans who sup ported Taft for the nomination anc still are angry that Eisenhowe won in Chicago on the issue tha Tafts backers had stolen dele gates in Southern stales Total 5W Monroe Junior High Roosevelt Jun High M C High School Junior College Total 185 244 441 227 144 404 188 354 393 149 2829 555 572 735 175 Senate Group Colls Union Under Control of Kremlin WASHINGTON investigators described a ubor union Thursday us under the control of aycnts of the Kremlin and urged the Justice Department to consider jerjury action against its officers who signed munist affidavits l ofthe law to prevent Communists from iold ing unionjobs or offices also recommended Near Record Score in Korea War Bombers Again Smash Plant SEOUL Korea Un The US Fifth Air Force said US Sabre jet pilots Thursday rolled up a near record score for one day against Communist M1G deslrovfid and three crippled Americas 19th jet ace df the Korean Wivr was crowned in the Fiery bailies Fifth M1G Muj Frederick C Blessev of Richmond Va shot down his fifth to qualify as an ace The best single day y the fast Sabres last July wlicn they destroyed 13 Rus anbuilt jets damaged seven and robabty destroyed one A big force Sabres swept cross North Korea and destroyed he MIGS in a ogflghls They flew warms of fighter bombersrwhich ruckCommunist frontline posi ons Allied losses if any will be cporled in a weekly summary Hit Eltctric Plant The intensified air action fol owed Wednesday nights strike by JS Okinawabased B29s against he Changjin Hydroelectric plant North Korea newly repaired Second Hurricane Races Toward U S MIAMI Atlantic hur ricane flinging 110milcpcrhour winds early Thursday roared along its potentially dangerous course toward the US mainland The Miami Weather Bureau lo cated the center of the years sec ond big blow about 700 miles cast southeast of Jacksonville Fla Vet Admits Killing Girl in Clbssroom LAWRENCEVILLEi 111 Ml A 25yearold pnrtiiilly deaf Army veteran waited to be formally charged Thursday in the school room slaying of his cxsweethcart after telling po lice authorities he fired seven bullets into her body Sheriff Garrel Uurgppn s a i I Charles Petrach Gary Iml re lalcd tnc fatal MISS LYON shoeing Wed nesday night while officers toolti down his admissionon cordcr The victim in the tragedy that ended a campus romance wjis Miss Gcorginc Lyon of near Madison Iiul a librarian at the Lawrcncc ville High School The shoolinji occurred in a class room where the young couple were alone Some 700 students were at leading classes in naarby rooms but none apparently heard the shots All About I The Weather Mason City Fair and warmer Thursday night and Friday In creasing cloudiness late Friday Iowa Fair and warmer Thursday afternoon Mostly fair Friday but some cloudiness west por tion Minnesota Partly cloudy scatter ed showers northwest and ex treme north Thursday night and in northeast and extreme north Friday GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Thursday Maximum Minimum At 8 am 75 47 59 A I Winplioln NOT IN7 THE SCRIPT Republican Vice Presidential Candidate Richard Nixon of California looks apprehensive as his wife attempts to free him from the claw of a lobster in Rockland Maine The senator is on a campaign tour of Maine and was inspecting some Maine seafood when the musthavc been a Democrat grabbed him Senates Intevnul Sccuvitj ubcommittee iii it report 01 s investigation of Ihe Distributive rocessihg ami Office Workers i Vmerica an indcpeiu nt union Sworn Testimony The subccimmiUcc made puhl worn lestiiliony in which It president of ihc union Arthur 0 nanof Brooklyn NY and iiimbcr of other op officials wcr Icnlificd as Communists Osmnii refused o answer who slced if he ever hudbeen a Con Win Delay CHICAGO Three officials of the United ElectricalFarm Equipment Workers Union have won a delay until Oct 16 in their appearance before a House Un American Committee investigat ing Communism In Industry The three Wednesday refused to tell the committee whether they are Communists They con tended their immediate appear ance would interfere withefforts o reach a contract agreement in behalf of 25000 striking FE UE members In eight Inter national Harvester Company plants nunist invoking his conslitiiUona irivilcgc against possible selfin rimination Other officers of Ih union also balked al saying whcll r Ihcy arc or ever were mom ers of the Communist Party 65000 Members The DPOWA with sonic 0500 ncmbers was formed in Oclobe 1050 When Osman was asked nectings leading to its organix previous bombings One Sabre pilotreported seeing MIG go downwithout absorbing j shot during tht jet baltles be wccn the Yalu and Chpngchort in extreme1 Ko rea Capt Arthur McCarthy Deari born Mich said the Red jet over shot him went out of control and Its pilot bailed out Jhe Air Force said anunidenti pilot bailed outbrhU damaged Sabre over neutral ter ritory presumably the Pnnnuin jom truce conferencp site Battles The fiery battles came during a break In the bad weatherwhich Wednesday kept virtuallyallUN planes but the big B29son thq ground T up to 70 miles anhour ind about four inches of rain ashed parts of the batUefrbnt Tuesday and Wednesday Reds probed 11 times across the front Wednesday Chinese troopj fell out Bunker Hill near Panmun jorn again Thursday morning then withdrew r None of the skirmishes involved more than 25 lo 50 soldiers I 1 Mason Cityqh Admits PC A Embezzlement WATERLOOClaudc If McDon otigh former sccrclarymanager of the Maeon City Produclion Credit Association wib free on bond Thursday after pleading guilty la charges of embezzling fundsIrom the association A federal court study Is being made to guide Judge Henry N In coinTnunisGravcn in pronouncing sentence af Parly headquarters he declined o answer The hearings showed that Os nan and olhers identified in the cstimony as Communists had signed the nonCommunist affidav ts by the TaftHarlley aw lo make the union eligible for ccrlificalion as a bargaining agcnl the National Labor Relations Soard Recess Called in Coal Negotiations WASHINGTON UP John L Lewis and hard coal operators Thursday recessed contract nc gotialions until next week United Mine Workers Vice President Thomas Kennedy lolil reporters after a threehour meet ing with management represent lives that no conclusions were reached but thai new talks will be held sometime next week He said the talks wcrcnol iji a slalcmate stage but that hehad no comment on whether further progress was made in cfforls lo write a new contract for 05000 anthracite miners or McDonough admitted taking 5000 during the period June 1950 to Sept 1951 McDonough 44 was discharged from Ihc organization on Jan r 1952 after serving as secretary treasurer since 1947 He was hired as assistant secrelarylrcasurer on May 17 943 The falsification of records which lead lo charges by the Justice De partment was uncovered by fed eral examiners McDonough ap parently made the allcralions on individual loan renewals while keeping the books of the PCA in order McDonough was under bond and Ihc organization is not contemplating any loss according lo PCA officials The Mason City PCA had made good progress during McDonoughs term of employment becoming Ihe largest unit in Iowa with loans of over million in 1948 INJURED IN FALL Lloyd Mayes G5 suffered a fractured nose a se vere laceration abovethe eye and a slight skull fracture when she fell down cellar at her home Wednes day She was taken to the Clarion Memorial Hospilal Y   

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