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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 25, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper CITY GLOBEGAZETTE NIWSPAfIR THAT MAK IS ALL NORTH IOWANS N ud UBitod Full MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY E I G H O R S HOME EDITION oJ Two OM No COP H t Changed Will Stay Ad la i Gave Present to NonSqlqried Empldye By THE WIRE SERVICES One political fund case was Drawing to a close Thursday and more developments were being received in another with the announcement that Sen Richard Nixon wilt officially re main on the Republican ticket At the same time an Illinois Supreme Court Justice ac knowledged receiving a Christmas check from Gov Adlai Stevenson while serving in a nonsalaried state committee pos before Stevenson appointed him I fill a vacancy in the court Contributions At the same time a Chicago in surance executive said lhat two or three of the governors close personal fnends contributed be tween and to a specie fund through him because t thej wished to remain impersonal Truman said Thursday he believes A3upubican Chairman too nav Arihm Summcrfield made the an of Gift Truman Says Should Tell All Income Defends Right to Have Wives Work WASHINGTON Of Presiden i output lie should be required to make public the decisions of Dwight Eisenhower accounts of all their income each Richard M mAuii puts fcisjhands to his face as he breaks down on the shoulder of Sen William Knowland of California after completing1 tiis speech before an Eisenhower rally at Wheeling W Nixon flew to Wheeling to meet with Genf President Sorry He Discharged Caudle WASHINGTON Truman said Thursday he has nevenbeert sorryJie firedTLarhar Caudle as assist ant attorney general 1 f Caudle ousted last November told House investigators this week that Donald Dawson a White House aide and Rep Boykin him Truman felt had done Caudle a grave injustice Htard of It Truman tow a news conference Thursday never heard of that The President added he has never been sorry he let Caudle go Truman said that he had never heard ofa White House clique Caudle testified about The President said that members of the staff have been called several names but that was a new one Caudle told a House subcommit tee Wednesday that former Atty Gen J HowardMcGrath told him i White out to get Iroth daudle and McGrath Blow it Hiflh Caudle also quoted McGrath also fired by Truman as saying he Mc Grath knew enough about the White House to blow it so high the force of gravity would never bring it back to earth F About The Weather Ma ton City Partly cloudy Thurs day nightand Friday Mostly fair and fa little i Thursday Partly cloudy Minnesota Partly cloudy Thursday night and Friday GJobeGazette wcalher dala up to 8 am Thursday Maximum1 78 Minimum 43 8a 60 Drunk Driving f v Indictment for County Officer GARNER Hancock County grand jury late Wednesday in dicted County Attorney Nels W Branstad of Forest City on a charge of operating a motor ve hicle while intoxicated Two other cases also were pre sented the juryin its twoday ses sion ending Wednesday but no oth er indictments were handed down Branstad was arrested several weeks ago by two state highway patrolmen who said they noted him driving his car in an erratic man ner near Garner He was taken to Forest City and then taken homo after being detained in temporary custody Sports Bulletin New York Yan kees clinched at least for the American League pennant Thursday defeating Boston 32 FDR JR TO SPEAK DBS MO1NES UP Rep Franklin D Roosevelt Jr DNY will three speeches here Tuesday Iowa Democratic Chair man Jake More said Wednesday year He took this stand at a news conference saying he had long fa vored legislation to that end The President refused however to comment on Gen Dwight D Ei senhowers assertion that his rRe publicanvice presidential running marte Richard Nixon1 had com exonerated himself by his report on his privately financed t Truman likewise refused to corn ment on a fund by the Democratic presidential nominee Gov Adla Stevensonto help sal Truman said his attitude on funds receivedby government of ficials was reflected in a message sent to Congress1 Sept 27 1951 This was a message in which he advocated publicity on all income received by top salaried govern ment officials as well as members of Congress Truman said he stood behind that message just as he stood be hind every message he sent to Congress He recalled that when he was in the Senate he had Mrs Truman on his office payroll since il was exceedingly difficult to get along in those days He remarked that in those days he did not have the expense accounts now available to members of Congress who also receivemore pay now French Submarine Found on Bottom Hope Is Abandoned TOULON France The French Navy found its missing submarine La Sibylle Thursday on he bollom of Ihe Mediterranean a lalf mile below Ihe surface and abandoned hope for the 48 men rapped in the vessel The missing 1000ton submarine was found 38miles east of this naval home port Of ficials said the Davis paratus carried on the submarine cannot be used from depths of much more than 100 meters La Sibylle is 2275 feet below the sur acc Naval search planes spotted a arge oil slick off Cape Camarat Thursday morning and warships rushed to Ihe area Radar found he missing submarine lying on he bottom of the sea A Courageous Boy in Korea f By RICHARD APPLEGATE United Press Staff Correspondent SOMEWHERE IN KOREA UP boy was bleedingfrom the eyesrboth eyeballs had been shot he was crying when I found him feet from the nearest dressing station Hewas not crying because his eyes had been shot out or because he had a gaping wounil high on his left shoulder Apparently he was crying through sheer exas peration Awhile I was talkingto him two medics climbed laboriously up through the rocks trying o get Mm back to the aid station had been comfort lad who bad been iaJthe Army I J only five months and tell him he was allright Imnot ail right he said sad ly wiping at his bleeding face with a grimy shirtsleeve I Wassupposed to back up the platoon with my BAR Browning automatic fineand I had picked out a swell place where I could see almost every inch of the palh platoon was taking It was early in the morning but after the fog had lifted I could see every thing Then I saw an ambustu I saw about sixor eightChinese rise up from the rim rock with their ma chinegurts Thatwaswhat I was there for audI had a perfect shot at them I knew my first rounds would warn the patrol and maybe they could take care of themselves and get back But almost the second I started firing something hit me in the chest like a train It didnt hurt much at first but I couldnt see anything I want to talk but God how it hurts he said twiiting in pain on the rocky hillside the blood wellingup inside his sightless eyes as he triedto look at me What are the guys going lo think about me he asked in pained wonderment The only BAR in Jhe whole outfit to protect themand Icouldnt see to fire it I feel like a heel nouncement about Nixon He said and the National Committee means that Nixon will stay The matter is a closed book and Sen Nixon has been complete ly vindicated Summerfield said in a statement released by the committee He also telegraphet that Eisenhower andT the lommittce not only wanthim to remain on the ticket but they dc mand it Sfeyenson Democratic v candi date m president has ssaid used aspecial salary SjUpplemen tary fund to atlract competent men from puvate oceupaiions Nvto low er paying slate jobs He Wednesday it i iil J t i f f w luiinc officials who received gifts from his fund Justice Walter V Schaefer of he Illinois Supreme Court saic he received a check from Ste venson while serving as chairman of the Slate Little Hoover Com miltee in 1950 Going to Be Tough I knew it was going lo be ough when I took the job he said 1 look quite a financial scking We had to sell every de rense bond we owned Schaefer said he also received S700 from the StevensonforGov ernor Committee for premaugura ion work he did after the gov rnors election in November 1948 but that he did not cash the check He said he worked with the gov srnor from November 1948 to Jan uary 1949 helping formulate a egisiattve program and working vith the governor on staffing the talc government Schaefer was a Jawprofessor at Northwestern University untilGov Stevenson appointed him to the ocncb in March 195J Three nonlhs later Schaefer was elected o a full nine year lerm Ihe ourl The Chicago insurance cxecu ive Hermon Dunlop Smith now leads the Volunteers for Stevcn on a national fund raising group or Stevensons presidential cam laign He said in a stalement About a year after Gov Steven ontpok office two or three out landing Chicago business men vho were close personal friends of iis mentioned that Ihey were so much impressed by Ihe wonderful dminislralion he was giving the lale that they were anxious lo be f assistance Difficulty As they had hdard he was hav ng difficulty securing aining a staff of the quality he leecled they expressed a desire to ontrihute for this purpose In or ler to remain impersonal they sked me to transmit the contri mlions lo him It is my recollect ion that the total amount of these ontributions was beUveen nd They were absolutely nsolicited and were independent f each other SAME BUck t hoiu Says Demos Only Ones That Help Veep Candidate in Mason City Sen John Sparkman the cratic vice presidential nominee Thursday told Iowa farmers that it they voted for the Democrats ia 1948 they better do it again be cause the Republicans havent chapged j Addressing some 350 cheering Dembcrats at a noon meeting at the Mason City Armory Sparkman charged that for years Republicans in Congress have foughtevery ma jdr pieceVpf legislation that has benefited1 the farmers i 1 Credits Demos iSparkman credited the Demo crats i for all legislation lhat has farmers and rioted lhatDwight DA Eisenhower the Republican presidential nom inee has sald 4he would fnoj try to change theAsocial and economic iim of the lisf 2f tx The iaf the fact that those j20jyearshave been a admin istrationi u on n t4 U singled out Eisen hower dress thitXliOjwIs Broadcast soa nhnWr fTaa confessing tirtie bcfote didnt know jvjifch in to have buying power the f 4 Sparknlan recalled tfaaF wwerJMidChe andthe Republican behind the arm price on the books But the Isenator claimed price support lawwas V9tedon June 30 the Republican role 4dnvthcH House was MHo 74 against IherneasUre The Alabaman declared that Democrats voted 4 to 1 in favor Wifes Extra Income Surgeons College Raps Fee Splitting NEW YORK WWTht American College of Surgeons denounced feesplitting between and surgeons Thursday as dis honest and unethical and harm ful to r Thirteen college officials told of a renewed drive against the doctor kickbacks in a frank news conference with science writers One good weapon they said it to tell the public all the facts They said most doctors are honest but few bad apples split fees giving medicine a black eye Some said the kickback prac tice is widespread and growing insome areas But it is hard to prove that any one is doing it Twentythree have laws declaring it illegal DECLINES COMMENT CHEROKEE Guy Gil cite refused Wednesday o comment on reports currentin Vashington lhat he may resign as hairman the Senate Elections Sparkman Belittles Public Response to Nixon Plea I By DICK HABEIN Expense funds of candidates came up for discussion Thursday at a press conference held in Ma son Oily by Sen John Sparkman Ihe Democralic vice presidenlial candidalc Newsmen from all Iowa ques tioned Sparkman for his opinions on the political expcnse fund set up by wealthy Cali fornians for bis Republican oppon enl Richard Nixon Sparkman said he doubls that public response lo Ihe Nixon ex pense fund report Tuesday eve ning would be the turningpoint in the campaign He said however at one pohrt response to the Nixons for the voters to express their opinions indicated that The American people were will ing lo accept Nixons explanation Belittles Response Later when reportes tried to pin him down on lhat statement Sparkman bclilllcd Ihe response saying he had heard 100000 wires K were sent Thats 100000 out of 150 million people Sparkman himself has been under fire from Republicans for keeping his wifeon the govern ment payroll as a clerk She is receiving a reported annual salary but told a reporter Thurs day not pulling i out the amount Its private were wailing for Sparkman at the armory a report was received via the Associated Press from Montgom ery Ala that last year Mrs Sparkman received in divi dends from a radio station at Al berlville Ala Sparkman whenquestioned did not confirm the amount of the divi dends but said his wife owned slock in the station Not Necessary lie added that he had never maintained that it was financially necessary for his wife to work in CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 also found the GOP farm cplank Eiv senhowersdeclared stand on parity would far mer at the mercy of a fluctuating market z Brief Hittory Tracing briefly Ihe history1 of farm legislation underthe Demo crats Sparkrrian asked that far mers remember friends wercKHe the ture Adjustment Act the beginning of the present farm program and said Republicans voted i2 to 1 againstH Sparkman also discussed the Saturday Evening Post article Wow Did Truman Ever Fool the Farmers which the Republicans have been trying to make political capital of The article charged that Presi dent Tiuman in a 1948 speech at Dexter Iowa the farm ers when he blamed the Republi can 80lh Congress for a shortage grain binsThe article claims thai Truman misrepVeSented the facts and that Ihe government shortly after the speech unloaded mnny bins as surplus Sparkman said the article was insulting to the tfnlelligcnce aimers He said the material for the article was obtained from east coast Republicans who didnt know that farmers cant be Cooled Sparkman also jabbed at the Republican contention that its lime for a change He said volers should find out what the Repub licans want to change tobefore accepting their word1 He said that Republicans are usually 20 years behind times senator criticized another Republican contention that the country should get back to the 100cent dollar He asked how easy it was to get a 100cent dol lar back in the 1930s and declared lhat pennywise pound foolish Republicans could destroy Jour present prosperity Sparkman came to MasonCity from Minnesota where he made seven speeches Wednesday The speech he gave in Mason City was similar in content T to the ones given Wednesday in Minnesota Introduces Candidate Herschcil Loveless mayor Ottumwa and Democratic candi date Tor governor intro   

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