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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 19, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited lor the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LVII1 Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Five a Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1952 This Taper CoiulsU at Two Ono No Women Hold Key Role in Political Race Smaller Percentage Usually Cast Ballot By ARCHIBALD M CROSSLEY Director The CROSSLEY POLL In those states whose electoral voles will be decided in November by close margins the degree to which women voters participate in the elections quite possibly could have an important bearing upon the result The poll indicates that a small majority of all males who express a preference for one of the two candidates favors Stevenson 51 but that on the other hand a small majority of all females who express a preference favor Eisen hower When those likely not to vote are taken out of these the probable voters line up like this Preferences and Leanings of Probable Voters and Stevenson Males Females Eisenhower 516 547 Stevenson v 484 453 These differences are not large and are subject to the deviations of samples of the population But there is a very general tendency among different groups of people for women to show a somewhat greater preference than men for Eisenhower the tendency being less marked among the younger women than among others In close slate contest therefore the extent to which women and par ticularly those of middle and other age groups take part in the elec tion might affect the outcome It usually happens that the vot ing ratio for women is lower than thai for men Through a series of voting interest questions the poll shows that according to present indications this year is no excep tion Only 53 per cent of the fe males are likely to vote compared with GO per cent of the males Along with the lower voting in terest among women goes greater Indecision to candidate choice The percentages given at the beginning of this article in cluded both the decided and the undecided are now leaning one way or the other Actually for only those who had reached a de cision and who were likely to vote this was the result excluding in each case a fraction of one per cent for minor Males Eisenhower 46 Stevenson 42 Undecided 12 39 15 BULLETIN WASHINGTON Iff Reports circulated Friday that John L Lewis and northern soft coal op erators may be close to an agreement that would avert a strike due Monday DES IZAAK WALTON MOINES 1LU11 JLUJ Walton League opened its annual the Iowa Officeof Price Stabilixa meeting Friday More than 750 lion resigned Friday to return to members were expected to attend his law practice in Denison Def Fund Reds Virtually Annihilate Allied Defenders on Hill 7 rLr n r j t T Warplanes Rake Positions to Dislodge Communists SEOUL Korea IP Nation warplanes raked a Western Front hill with a deadly rain of inipulm and bombs Friday in an attempt to dislodge fanatical Chinese Commu nists who virtually annihilated TJN defenders in a savage I J I I 1 M battle to capture it The grim fight for Kelly Hill took place on the Western Front west ol the Imjin River At tho same time other Allied sol diers north and cast fought to re gain Old Baldy also lost during the night to waves of screaming Reds Fleet In the air the Allies sent out a fleet of 33 Japan and Okinawa based Superfortresses to drop 297 Ionsof incendiary bombson tar gels near Hamhung an important northeast Korean port 11 was the first daylight nud by the B29s in H months F8G Sabrcjcls screened Curnmu VouOUUI CJUlb ftVJ CVDVU VV 4H413UU o outUlH nisi M1G15 ioutcs from Manchuriu death from Iho disease tho 20th and Thunderjels made death reported in DCS Moinos ary allacks while the Superforls ancl tlic HOth death in Iowa this 1 i j i i A PAT FOR THAT grinningPDwight Eisenhower gives an emblematic GOP elephant a pat in Omaha Thursday night before beginning his farm speech STEVENSON SERIOUS Gdv Adlai very serious as he twitches his ear during a whistle stop on his eastern campaign tour Father Tells About Sons Loss New Birth Then Dies MICHIGAN CITY Ind tf James Lyons fell dead Friday 24 hours after a baby girl wasborn to his wifein the same hospital Females where her first appeared last Oct 13 Lyons a filling sta tion attendant died of a heart ail ment while eating breakfast at a restaurant He had been telling friends about the couples new baby and how Derides GOP as Grouchy Pessimists the little girl was being kept in the same room with Mrs Lyons instead of the St Anthony Hospital nursery from which her infant son Lawrence vanished nearly a year ago RESIGNS DES MOINES K Bran Izaak non director of enforcement for i MasonDixon Line Drawn Here A regular MasonDixpn political line was set up in Mason City Friday as the Democrats announced llic opening ofcampaign head quarters The Democrats are located at 201 S Federal and the Re publicans are at 201 N Federal There were indications however that both inlendcd lo woo voters from norlh as well as south Mason City U S Produces Evidence of Red Slave Labor Camps WASHINGTON m The State Department spread on the record Friday a mass of evidence that the Soviet Union and its satellites have millions of captives in slave labor camps With President Trumans endorsement the depart ment made public LI 69page report rounding up official documents testimony of refugees and other evidence in support of this conclusion The number of slave laborers in the Soviet Union and its salel litcs runs into the millions and represents the most extreme vio lalion of human rights on the face of the earlh today Tt was a detailed summary of T1 CTTC CJ ft in j i i 7 GlobeGazelle photo hyMusscr o n and Company is taking bids for the erection on this site of a 140 by 330 foot factory to produce plant food It is located a mile south of 19th S E am a half mile east of Highway 65 The railroad pointing north at the right side of the picture along the east side of the property is the M St L The one running diagonally to the northwest is the North Western Both will serve the new artificial fertilizer factory evidence prepared for a special act finding committee of the United Nations and the Internation al Labor Organization The com mittee held hearings at New York in June and is due lo resume ses sions next month at Geneva Switz erland The summary was put together with the help of the American Fed eration of Labor and the Congress of Industrial Organizations work ing through the International Con federation of Free TradeUnions Says Stalin Doesnt Want Shooting War LONDON UP Soviet Pre mier Josef Sialin was quoted Friday as saying he was anxious to avoid a shooting war but was fully prepared for a 10 to 15 year cold war The Soviet leaders views were contained in a revised version of an interview he granted Italian proCommunist Socialist leader Piefro Nenni last July at the Kremlin as reported by Richard H S Crossman a journalist and lieutenant of leftwing British Laboriie Aneurin Bevan The Russian premier found it difficult to take Americans seri ously and seemed to derive jovial pleasure from his teasing diplomacy Nenni was quoted as saying no reports ceivcd of frost had been rewon SPRINGFIELD Mass MCov Adlai StcvcnsOn replied Friday to Republican criticism of his politi gibes with a newbarrage of quips taunts digs and jabs He heaped coals of ridicule on the Republicans but his jokes were designed to prove his basic campaign arguments Moving through New England he Democratic presidential candi date told an audience in a pre pared speech at Springfield that the GOP has not one affirmative campaign issue Hunting One So he said satirically they have been hunting one After long smoke filled ses sions and tense high strategy meetings the Republican high command has finally decided what the great issue of thccampaign is To my considerable surprise they are now saying that the cen tral issue of our time is humor His GOP presidential opponent Gen Dwight D Eisenhower re cently said a presidential cam paign is no laughing matter and implied Stevenson is making light of serious mailers Stevenson said the initials GOP stand for Grouchy Old Sen Robert A Stcv cnson claims has forced Eiscnhow cr inlo an abjecl the only happy man in the Repub lican ranks now the governor said Contented Smile Judging by the pictures Sen Tart seemed vastly entertained by their recent conversation in New York i have never seen such a contented smile since the cat swal lowed the canary Hammering away at that theme Stevenson said earlier thai it the general is elected Eisenhower may be in the White House hu Taft will be in Blair House ant Gov Thomas Dewey will be in the doghouse BlairHouse is the alternate rcsi dropped their fire bombs An Allied officer told United Press Correspondent arr en Franklin on the Western Front thai the Communists wounded or cap lured most ot IhcUN soldiers on Kelly Hill Only a sur vived the four hour attack Battalion Strength The Chinese attacked iinesli nated battalion strength under an umbrella of deadly artillery fire The defenders were ordered to hold lo the last man They did the battle ended when the Reds cu1 down the last men oh the surround ed hill Maj Gen Robert Dulancy o 111 said ot Thursday1 fighting We are going o get that hil In preparation for Uic expeclet Allied counterattack UN fightci bombers thundered over Kelly Hill pounding the Rod infantrymen Dulany GenTamcs A Van ieet 8lh Army commander anii Lt Gen Paul W Kendall com mander of I Corps later visited the command post of the unit fighting in the Kelly Hill bulllc Personally Leads Brig Gen Wiley D Gancy com mander of the Far East Air Forces Bomber Command personally Ice ho 33 Superforts in the raid over he llamhung area Other B29s unloaded their in cendiaries on the flimsy Yonpo military barracks area which in eludes 140 supply buildings as we as living quarters The Air Force stopped sending Superforls on daylight missions when Communist jet fighters began taking a heavy toll of the high altiludc bombers The last B20 day raid was Oct 28 1951 A week earlier Commu nisi MIGs shot down five Super forts and damaged Temperatures Dip Near Freeze Mark DES MOINES clencc of the President in Washing jjjuni dipped close lo the freezing mark ton Dewey was a leader of the at some Iowa points Thursday nominating convention fight ii night but the Weather Bureau said which Taft lost and Eiscnhowc Stevensons speech here hull li J a ainiiii IICIB niui lilt 1IIUUX prCpaTUU Ijy InC Elkader had the state low of 33 cated he believes hehas stung the reau of Labor Statistics rose iu degrees Spencer reported 34 DeRepublicans with his incessant de1911 per cent of the 193539 aver corah 35 Mason City 37 Waterloo rision age This is 123 per cent above lowa City and Dubuquc 38 Low The governor spoke Thursday the preKorcan period and three readings in the southern portion night at Hartford Conn where per cent above a year ago uf the slate ranged upward to 46 3500 filled to capacity the Bushnell Slight increases between mid degrees at Council Bluffs Auditorium July and midAugust in the cost All About The Weather Mason City Mostly fair and con tinned cool Friday night Partly cloudy and not so cool Saturday lowa Partly cloudy and cool Fri day night and Saturday Low Friday night 40 northeast Minnesota Fair and cool Frida night and Saturday GlobeGazette Weather Data u to 8 a m Friday Maximum 02 Minimum 37 At 8 a in 40 Precipitation 03 YEAR Maximum go Minimum 3 Mason City Girl Dies of Polio Cora Kellogg 11 daughter oi trs Marion F Meek 1704 Hard ng S W died of polio early Fri lay in a DCS Moines hospital lol owing an illness of one week She became last Friday aik vas tnken to DCS Moinca Saturday This was Mason n sccont year Born at DCS Moines Dec 31 937 she had just entered Masoi ity High School this fall She was n the 10th grade Mr nnd Mrs Meek have been n DCS Moines for the last week Funeral arrangements are Incom ilcle Three Men Rob Bank May Be Escapees From Pennsylvania Ind men whom the FBIsuid may b escaped convicts from a Pcnnsy vania federal prison robbed n ban of Friday and shot a cler who disobeyed an order The men held up the Westen Avenue branch of the Nationa Bank nnd Trust Co blasted th irm of Clerk George Lorencc 25 with a sawedoff shotgun when h darled away to get help and ran sacked the tellerscages while cndcr stood at the door countini off the seconds Tho FBI said agcnls are invest Bating tho holdup on the theory th jandils may be the same thre men who escaped from the Lewis burg Pa prison Sept 10 tcrroi izcd the Pennsylvania counlrysid for days nncl robbed a Bronx ban of last Tuesday Armory Is Sold toTMacNider The Mason City Armory was sol at sheriffs sale Friday afternoo for to Tom MacNider the only bidder The sale was or dcrcd by the District Court to pa the bonds of the Armory Buildin Company on which both principt and inlerest were in default Th bid was for the exact amount of th court judgment and assures that a bondholders will be paid in fuL said MacNiders attorney C Free crick Beck Cfear Lake Man III With Polio Wayne G Stokes 29 of 131 South Shore Drive Clear Laki vyas taken to Iowa City Thursda morning for treatment of polio t University Hospital Stokes is en ployed by Davis and Keith con tractors Clear Lake His conditio is reported as fair MidAugust Living Costs Again Reach Record High WASHINGTON govern reported Friday that living reached another new high in midAugust the third straight month they have set a new record The index prepared by the Bu to of food and most other major cm sumer items were responsible fo the new increase The prices fo apparel decreased slightly Horn furnishings remained unchanged The Old Series index a iivin cost compilation on which man labor contracts are clined onetenth of a point durin the month to 1923 of the 19353 average This minor decline however was not sufficient to wipe out liv ing cost gains in June and July Furor Over Accepting Expenses Casts Pal Over GOP Leaders ABOARD THE EISENHOWER PECIAL WJ Gen D wight D liscnhowcr defended Sen Richard 1 Nixon of California Friday as n honest man in1 the political uror over the disclosure concern ig Nixons nonofficial California xpensc account James Hagcrty Eisenhowers urcss secretary called newsmeii board tho campaign special train ogclher as the train approached Vcbrnska City to read them this ta lenient Long Admired I have long admired and ap ilaudcd Seni Nixons American aith and his determination to I r i v c Communist sympathizers rom offices of public trust has recently been leveled igainst hima charge of unethical iractlces I believeDickNixon to Cost Away DES MOINES National Chairman A declared Friday it timt for General EiuknKowar cait away either hli hit running Mitchell commenting in newt conference en that USSenator Richard Nixon the Republican vicepresidential nominee hat accepted about 000 In the two group Of Califorriiarit V Gen D wight D ElienhoWer preiidentJar nominee had dectared quoting Biblical ref erence fhaf if1 away what ruptf and cratlc national adminUfratforV 3C an honestmanlamconfident hat he will place allthe facts be fpro the American people fairly and squarely intend to talk with him atthe earliest timewe reacheach other by Hageiiy told news men the ffrst opportunity Eisenhower would b contact Nixon would 2 train reaches Kansas j j f 3 it i f later Friday In Contact He saidthat some Eisenhow ers top advisors had Already been in contact with Nixon but that iho general himself had Previously ina stop moulh Neb rthe sternfaced eral had ignored the Nixon inci dent in addressing a tr a inside crowd ot about 500 persons The Nixon disclosures Thursday night had cast a pall over the cam paign train asit rolled south through Nebraska There was no doubt many of the generals as sociates regarded the serious political setback There was some shared publicly by the Hepublicah presi jcntial nominees top adyisersrr that Nixon should be asked to take himself off the ticket Democratic National Chairman Stephen A Mitchell said Nixon shouldyiit tho race Morally Wrtna In California where he is cam paigning Nixon denounced as a political smear Mitchells state ment thai it was morally wrong for the GOP senator to draw on a lo expense fundset up by business men in bis slate Dana C Smith Pasadena attor ney who acted as trustee said the fund was raised because the expense money allowed senators was not enough for one from a stale as large and populous as Cal ifornia He said no donor had ever asked Nixon for special favors NixOn said in a statement the money was used for hiring extra clerical help travel expense printing of speeches and docu ments and for postage It was evident that the Nixon disclosures were embarrassingto Eisenhower who has been pound ing away on his Midwestern tour against what he charges is cor ruption in government and prom ising that the Republicans would restore integrity to officialdom if elected One ofhis advisers who asked not to be quoted by name told re porters he regarded the political implicationsas   

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