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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 26, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                North IowaY Doily Newspaper lor CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NIWSPAPIR THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS N E I G H O R S HOMI EDITION and United Prew Full Wlrw Seven Centi Copy ISON CITY IOWA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 24 WZ Thli Jap Two Section Education Board Head Blisters Legislative Group Says Some Men Drunk With Power Climax to Funds for ISC Building FT DODGE OWDwigbt G Rid er Ft podge president of the State Board of Education Friday issued a blistering statement di rected at the Iowa legislative in terim committee The fact is that the legislative committee has been and is trying to take away the administrative functions which the 1 a w granted to the State Board of Education the statement declared There are some fine gentlemen on the legislativecommittee but they are apparently yielding to the radical members who are drunk with power and the desire for publicity It was the climax of a long Smouldering feud which broke into the open at a committee meeting this week State Rep Dewey E Goode RBloomfield a commit tee member touched it off Scionco Building The matter came up in a com mittee session with board repre sentatives who wanted to build a new million dollar science build ing at Iowa State College Goode accused the board of making il legal transfers of funds from the college administrative to its build ing account L a t e r the committee approved construction of the science build ing but only after receiving a written promise from the boards building committee that it would stop shifting the colleges moneys from general to building uses Riders statement said he had asked the committee in view of the publicity adverse to the board which had been given to the press and radio to answer three ques tions and make public the an swers V t The Do you find that there has been any dishonesty on the part of the State Board of Education orapy member thereof Do you find that any nxoneys were so spent for any purpose which was not absolutely neces sary to the welfare of the tutions Do you find that there was or was notan honest dollarsworth of return to the people of the state of Iowa for every dollar which was so spent Rider said the committee de clined to answer the questions on the ground that the adverse pub licity had not been by action of the committee but by one of its members Not Man Enough And thismember has not been man enough to answer them Rider Commented At Bloomfield Goode said At no time did I ever question the integrity or honesty of any member of the Board of Educa tion I take it that Riders first ref erence was directed to me I be lieve that the state has received a dollars worth in the expenditure of funds by the board But my objection is to the fact that the board in my opinion is not going bythe statutes pertain ing to capital improvements at the college Rider also said This board was created for the express purpose of having higher education in the state of Iowa free from political interference and pressure For this reason the law granted it broad powers and for 43 years these powers1 have been exercised by the board for the benefit of the people of the state of Iowa and the young people of the state who seek higher education The important thing is that the people of the state of Iowa and the other members of the legislature know that the Slate Board of Edu cation is going to continue to use its honest and best judgment independent body to administer the affairs of the institutions un der its control under the law for the furtherance of higher educa tion in his state and for the bene fit of the people thereof and par ticularly our young people who seek an education at those insti tutions Rider launched into his state ment by saying it was being made because one member of the com mittee has seen fit to castre flections upon the history and in tegrity of the members ot the tMFd UTnUWTAV IT A rn T GlobeGazette pholo by HIGHWAY FATALITIES Sgt Robert Reese paints the number of Iowa fatalities on the back of his pa trol car while Patrolman Burdette Peterson and James Wolfe motor vehicle registration inspector look on All patrol cars throughout the state will carry the figures re vised daily to remind motorists that by careful driving the next life you save may be your own Sets New American Pilots Shoot Down Four Red Jets SEOUL Korea Communist MIG15 jets and damaged three others Friday setting a new record in claims againstenemy jet fighters in a single month Fifth Air Force officials said Fridays claims bring the official toll of MIGs for first 26 days of September to 55 destroyed six probably des troyed and 51 damaged US pilots equalled the record Cor total claims against MIGs in a single month in micLSeptember Sen Gillette Quits Election Subcommittee WASHINGTON Gillette iit oajuc mile wo the chairman resigned surpassed the previous record of 41 Friday from the Senate Elections I Cf tVt 71 A 1 t 1 1 L when they hit their 102nd plane The record of 102 planes de stroyed probably destroyed or damaged was set in March ofthis year At the same time US pilots MIGsshotdown in April Sabres of the 4th and 51st Fighter Interceptor Squadrons clashed with SUGs up to 38000 feet in Fridays sattles the first in several days One claimed he damaged a fourth was held up until officers examine and eval uate gun camera film Most of1 the dogtighting look place east of Sinuiju when 28 MIGs crossed the border to challenge Sabresfly ing protective cover for JN fighterbombers Sinuiju is in far nprthwest Korea on the Yalu River dividing North Korea from Manchuria While the Sabres were fighting with the MIGs otherUiN war planes pounded Communist winter supply depots and front line posi tions as the weather cleared all over Korea Grounded for 24 hours by heavy rains that also slowedthe fighting on the 155mile battlefront Fifth Air Force planes swarmed across Lhe lines Friday to attack Commu nist infantry along the entire battle front All About The Weather t j Mawn City Fair through Satur day Little change in temperature Friday night with low of 4447 Iowa Mostly fair and Saturday Friday night Minnesota Mostly fair Friday night Saturday Not so cool Friday night t i GlobeGazette Weather Data up to8 a mFriday Maximum Minimum 35 At 8 a m 53 YEAR AGO Maximum 52 Minimum A Subcommittee which has been loking into the BentonMcCaithy political disputes Cut Down Gillette announced that the sub committee will be cut down from five to three members and that Sen Hennings DMo would suc ceed him as chairman Gillette said he felt he had served his lour as chairman and commented I dont think any body seeks this job as a matter of enjoyment No Hearing The subcommittees principal job is the policing of senatorial election campaigns and it also has on its hands the investigation of charges made against each other by Sens Benton DConn and Mc Carthy Henning told newsmen that the subcommittee planned to hold no further hearing until after the Nov 4 election barring some emergency 26 Per Gent of Ike Vote Independent Ad la i Has Ten Per Cent in foil By ARCHIBALD M CROSSLEY Director Tho Poll Analjsis ofthe poll data indi cates that continuance of Eisenhow ers lead is subject to two highly important questions 1 Can he hold the independent voters 2 How will the currently unde cided filially swing The figures show that white among probable voters only 10 of the Stevenson vote is coming from the independents 26 of the Eisen hower vote is coming from that source With the results close now it is obvious that Eisenhower can not afford to lose many of these in dependents Not Classified The term independent as here used means one who does notclas sify himself as nearly always a Democrat or nearly always a Republican In this case he may vote usually or frequently for one parly and change only occasional ly He is independent if he is nota staunch party adherent He is to some degree mobile rather than fixedin1 his party decisions As such he is less apt to vote at all The independents constitute well over a third of all probable voters who arc undecided If most of thecurrently undecided indepen dents swing to the Eisenhower side his lead would be much more Defi nite Ifmost swing the other way the lead dwindles Predominantly the independents are in the young er age groups Will Talk Abouf Fund EVANSVILLE Ind OH Gov Adlai E Stevenson hit Republican promises of budget and tax cuts Friday and said there can be no bargain basement peace T he Democratic presidential nominee spoke to a cheering Hook icr audience of about 4000 from the steps of the Evansville Court house Contacting This news cainc on the heels of Stevensons announcement that he is contacting contributors to his much discussed fundfor supple menting state salaries with avicw Demo COP i Likely to Voto 44 5o 72 How all Prob Vot Divido M SI M When he likely stayathomes are taken out of the potential vot ers leaving the more certain vot ers the poll now shows this lineup Undecided Minor Post election studies in 1948 in dicated that of the decisions made in the final fortnight went to Truman Shouldthat propbrtioin be allotted to Stevenson he then take a very narrow lead over Eis enhower Actually a 7426 ratio is extreme However experience in dicates that a majority of the Un clecideds should usually be consid ered as Democratic And a 6040 division of these would make Eis enhowers lead precariously low It is clear from this analysis hat the election result far from jeing decided by advance convic ions depends primarily upon the comparative effectiveness of the current campaigns CORN SHIPMENT SIOUX CITY of the ear liest shipments of new corn in a number 1 years arrived here Thursday frim Tripp SD SAME muck traffic death In means trirrio 1 hour Official Says Red Targets in Reach of Jet Bombers SEATTLE lop U S Air Force official said Friday targets in Russia arc within reach of jet bombers flying from American operated airdromes abroad and refueling in the air enroute The assertion by Undersecretary of Air Roswell Gilpatric wascon tained in a prepared address dur ing which he also cited other in stancesof progress in air power replied to crit ics who charge lagging production Among other things Gilpatric said 1 The Boeing B47 jet The highest performance medium jet bomber in volume production today anywhere in coming off the line ata rale bet ter than one a day from one plant Two more plants will start pro ducing the bomber later 2 The combined output of Re public Aircraft making the F84 jet fighter and North American Aviation producing the F86 jet interceptor now is about250 a month or better than a dozen a day Two years ago after the start of the Korean War the total monthly production was about 55 3 Two manufacturers Allison and General Electric belsvcen them are producing about GO jet engines a day compared with 17 daily two years ago 4 The changeover from World War II pistonengined fighters to jet planes has reached the point where practically 100 per cent of the fighter units are equipped with jet aircraft Asserts There Can Be No Bargain Basement Peace to making their names public T h e Democratic presidential nominee said he was having trou pe with his canvass because there were so many donors He did not indicate when the names might be made kiHjwn Stevenson told newsmen eight or nine key state employes bene fited from the fund and ho had been in touch with ail of them After the nominee said he was outn cling contributors a report sasked With a viewto making their names public Stevenson said Yes He said he would Issue a state ment on the fund later on and possibly make a speech dealing with it He did not say when Now Statomont Stevensons new statement re garding his controversial fund for NO PRESSURE Illirtoit said that no protcuro put on inIllinois to malco political Pravda Rips U S Envoy MOSCOW official newspaper of the Russian Comniu iiit Party attacked U S Am jassador George F Kennen Fri day as a slanderer masking as a diplomat Veteran observers here could not recall that any diplomat ac credited to the Kremlin had ever een attacked with such violence Western diplomats speculated on whether the Russians were prepar ng to designate Kennan as per sona non diplomatic step that would almost certainly result n his recall by Washington Pravda accused Kennan of vi cious hostility to the Soviet union Jt accurcd him of defaming Russia and lying about it Pravdas attack was caused by a statement Kennan made in Ber in Sept 19 that Western diplomats n Moscow arc now kept in icy cold isolation FARM ADDRESS DES MQINES Congressman laroid Cooley chairman the House Agricultural Commit co will give a major farm address at Red Oak Oct 1 adding to salaries of Jllinois offi cials followed his promise Thurs day night to speak up nnd give more details A former state officials report that Gov Adlui B Stevenson an nouncedin 1950 hewould set up a special political fund was added Friday to stories about the salary supplementing funds David H Cummings a Peoria banker and businessman who formerly was an Illinois state pur chasing agent was quoted as say ing he saw nothing wrong with the fund i Stevenson who had just made a quick tour through two industrial plants alsodeclared heis not go Ing to be bossed either by labor bosses or by Industrialists And smashing Republican Sen Robert A Taft Stevenson said We doat want Sen Taft writing our labor laws and I donfc want him handling our foreign af fairs i i Cutting 1 The Illinois governor said GOP talks about cutting taxes said Sen Taft speaking recently for himself and Gen DwighfDi Elsenhower promised to lop 10 billion from the budget nextyear and 20 billionthe year after v Tho plain fact Is Stevenson said the only way the budget can be trimmedis by cutting our deW fenses i If you arelooking for a man who promises to buy you and security in a bargain base Democratic said I can tell right I now you had better not votefortine i i Ike Refuses to Recognize Demo Mortgage on South Soys Ike Okayed Defense Line Not Covering Korea rectly and by name and sought to drive home two 1 tho Pacific dofonio ine which he definedin his 1950 speech was developed by our military authorities and whitest did not include Korea Eisenhow ers opinion as ChiefofSlafi 1948 was wholly in f accordance with the statement 1 made 2 Tho dofonto of Koroa Acho son said like that of other Asian countries was not a responsibility or the United States but for the whole United NationsHe said he warned in JanuaryylBSO hat should an attack occur on any ot those areas beyond the Ameri can defense line the defense would rest upon the United Nations School Robbed ot Typewriter Adding Machine Desk Lamp appear to be getting ready to set up in busi ness They broke into the Manly Jigh School building sometime luring the night entered the of ice of Supt Dan Southard and tole a new Royal typewriter a Icminglon Rand 10key adding machine and a new desk lamp which had just been installed hursday They found no money vf Acheson said Qf Hlght12 Eteenhower as Army Chief of btaff prior to the Korean War supported an American de fense line m the Fur East which did not includeKorea Eisenhower last Monday attackedVan of January 1950 as bring on the war live rnont later Acheson replied Friday thai Eisenhower tortures the facts He accused the Republican presl dential candidate of misquoting him and misrepresenting his views Al a news conference Acheson counterattacked Eisenhower rdi Be Auctioned Off Among other baby sitter will bo auctioned off in City Saturday afternoon Tho retail tale for auction monay will be held on Tho Kon Haaon traffic man for the City and Clear LakeRailroad Haaen agreed to the boing approachod by mom of Mason City Llttlo Thtator Two Littlo Thoator willbo to publicixo tho Hrtt play of Hagon to a rocont fathor of a brido and with tho No Immediate Coal Agreement WASHINGTON UP Southern oal operators balking at John L Lewis steep contract demands said Friday no agreement will be reached before Tuesday one day ahead of a strike deadline Joseph E Moody president of he Southern Coal Producers As sociation said directors the roup have returned to their dis rlcts mad as hell about Lewis lemands t np Miarines from a lamhnff boat in a mockinvSn of the east coast of Jutland Denmark during final stages of the NATO exercise Ooer Denmark OCCUied NATO Opens 2nd Invasion in South Lands ABOARD EISENHOWER SPE 2IAL MGen DwtghiD Eisenl tower opened a second i Nortb atciarlotte Ike chani r tnpftufrf who overflowed Charlotte MeinoH al Stadium the nmUing Republi can presidential nominee asserted that he was going So political by the crats on Dixie V r Got Before he spoke Eisenhower and his wife Mamiegot a cheering as they Vode through Charlottes packed streets W f t The general the stadium Towdthat whence first Entered Lhe political lists he advised not to waste time in attempting to court the V They said to me dont cross UM tfaspnDixon Line that whole cbun ry is mortgaged to one party Taad ou would be merely wasting yoSr ime he said The crowd roared as he I recognize no political inoft age on the South J H Elsenhower hltat what he called he cheap mon iy policies Holding up a pine board he said would have cost 15 cents a few ears ago Eisenhower cracked it n the middle and announced that was all 15 cents would buy now Prottnt The asking tot i new fouryear lease on your pres nt holdings he told the crowd If they continue to cheapen money or the next four years this is what you will gel He held up the small section the board and tho crowd hooted Striking out at what he called he increasing centralizationot in Washington Eisenhower declared that he thinks the lead ership you have been getting has ailed you The Eisenhower invasion of North Carolina followed up a major ad dress he made Thursday night al Jaltimorc where he received tu multuous acclaim for his slashing attack on the Truman administra ions defense policies Carlson to Europe for Demonstration WASHINGTON gov rnment has called on Elmer G Prison former worlds champion orn huskcr to show European armors how to speed up their har vesting methods The Mutual Security Agency MSA sent him abroad to demon trate his husking technique The gency hopes he can eliminate ona arvesting bottleneck that has do eloped from large yields of corn Carlson now president and gen ral manager of the Carlson Hy rid Corn Co Audubon J   

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