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   Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1952, Winona, Minnesota                              Fair Tonight And Saturday, Warmer Saturday VOLUME 52, NO. 188 SIX CENTS PER COPY WINONA, MINNESOTA, FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 26, 1952 Winhawks vs Rochester 8 Tonight KWNO-FM EIGHTEEN PAGES Million in Stevenson to Explain Use of Salaries Fund Nominee Believed Irked by GOP Criticism Mamie Eisenhower greeted crowd in pajamas and robe hair tied up as general's campaign train made an early morn- ing stop today in Salisbury, N. C. (AP Wirephoto to The Repub- lican-Herald. By DOUGLAS B. CORNELL SPRINGFIELD, III. tf) Gov. Adlai E. Stevenson promised to speak up about his controversial fund for supplementing salaries of i Illinois officials as he prepared to- day for miles of rugged cam- paigning through 17 states. The Democratic presiden- tial nominee, starting the semi- finals of his campaign with a dash into Indiana, also had an opportun- ity to open up on the political al- liance between Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower and Hoosier Sen. Wil- liam E. Jenner. The word from Wilson Wyatt, Stevenson's campaign manager, was that the Illinois governor de-1 latest campaign. f> II I IVofers to Decide Soviets nope to Weaken Reaiiotment of U.S. With Peace Drive The Stevenson Story: First Phase of New Assault on United States By WILLIAM L. RYAN AP Foreign News Analyst Opening barrages of a gigantic world Communist peace offensive will be fired this weekend. The thunder of the propaganda guns will mark the first phase of a new Soviet tactical assault on the Unit- ed States. For about 30 countries those in Asia and those such as Canada and Latin America bordering the Pacific delegates have assem- bled in Peiping, capital of Com- munist China, to do the bidding of the Moscow-Peiping axis in this finitely "will have something fur- ther to say" about the special fund that has become a target for a heavy, daily bombardment from the Republican camp. Wyatt wasn't going so far as to say the Democratic candidate for j the White House was really wor- ried about repeated GOP sugges- tions that Stevenson may have "something to hide." Yet the fact AJIai's Father Scientific Farmer Boyhood in Bloomington By JOHN BARTLOW MARTIN (Editor's note: This is the fifth of a series of 16 articles from the book "Adlai Sterenson, An Intimate Portrait of a New Kind of Man in American by John Bartlow Martin. Copyright   owned a cottage. Some j weeks remaining before the No- result, the atmosphere of Steven- i summers the Stevensons went to a j vember eiection Wyatt said that son headquarters here rather re-1 guest ranch in Wyoming. Winters hp _nt know hen the eQvernDr _. headquarters minds the visitor of a small um-1 too they traveled, versity town. i Stevenson's father had attended The'kind of campaign being wag- Phillips Exeter Academy in the ed by Gov. Stevenson clearly re-1 East and, as we have seen, had fleets" tliis atmosphere, so unusual traveled widely on business; his in a political headquarters. The acquaintance was a national one. Stevenson campaign, quite aside j Stevenson, asked recently about from the merits of the issues, is j his family and his boyhood, said, obviously the most intellectual and j "My father was a very delicate literate "of any waged since the i frail man physically, subject to days of Woodrow Wilson. This j migraine headaches, a family af- rai'ses the question is intellect j fliction which, fortunately, I have he did not know when the governor would issue a statement about the pay-supplementing fund. 2. Against bacteriological war- fare and weapons of mass de- struction. 3. For the outlawing of war prop- aganda. 4. For "peaceful solution" of the Korean conflict and other conflicts threatening world peace. 5. For development of interna- tional trade on "the basis of equal- ity and mutual for de- velopment of cultural relations among nations, for steps to raise living standards of nations. Ail these will be depicted as Communist goals thwarted by American warmongers and aggres- sors. There will be other resolu- tions, too, dealing with such mat- ters as Indian-Pakistani relations, national independence of countries Ike Raps Defense Policies, Opposes Plans for UMT Red Wing Girl Breaks Down at German Trial MUNICH, German teen- age American widow broke down today at the prospect of having to re-enact the shooting of her hus- band, Sgt. Dan Wage of Baldwin, j last njght for siasnjng attack on the Truman administration's de-1 million amount to be By JACK BELL Amendment Approval Would Split Highway Revenue Three Ways I ST. PAUL State High- way Department said today it has j shelved seven million dollars in j road improvement projects to await outcome of proposed Consli- lutional Amendment No. 5 in the Nov. 4 General Election. I If the controversial amendment I wins, motor vehicle license revenue which now goes only into state highway funds would be split three ways. About 26 million dollars comes annuaDy from license sales. The I amendment provides that 65 per cent or would go into j state funds, 25 per cent or 000 into the 87-county road funds, I and 10 per cent or into i the 77 municipal road funds. That would mean 9 million dollars less j for state road projects. 35 Projects Decision to defer expenditure j of the 7 million dollars earmarked j for 35 projects next up on the j department priority list was made last month, a department spokes- man said. If the amendment is adopted it will not mean all the projects will be scrapped but the timetable will be set back. This is the explanation given by the department: Proposed lettings of construction project contracts, totaling about 7 million dollars, had been scheduled on Oct. 10 and Oct. 31, and Nov. 21. Final Diversion The department proposed to go ahead with the jobs, using stata funds. However, with the possibil- ity of the fund diversion, with the consequent loss of the 9 million dollars, a re-evaluation was order- ed. As of Sept. 1, the department anticipated receiving in income for the balance of the fis- cal year, ending next June 30, over and above funds already put to use. Out of this, had to be set aside for construction contracts let Aug. 29, plus 000 for contracts let Sept. 10, and at least 2 million dollars for a reserve deemed the minimum for maiLtenance betterment opera- tions. This would leave for letting of additional construction ABOARD THE EISENHOWER SPECIAL WI-Gen. Dwight D. Eisen- j contracts. The department finance hower headed for Dixie today after tumultuous acclaim in Baltimore j division warned that if another 9 Wis., and her manslaughter trial! i was recessed until Monday. fensp Dolicies Ilost if the amendment 1 Tlfe Republican presidential nominee-speaking from his back-1 in North Africa and the Middle East, against remilitarization of Between now and Oct. 18 Steven- j Western Germany and for a united son will fly into 17 states in the j Germany, and so on. Warning to West presence of large delega- be to West, Midwest and South. There will be appearances in more than The 35 cities for speeches ranging from j tions from Latin America can good politics? Egg-Heads Love Adlai After Stevenson's serious escaped. He was a very amusing, and jolly man. and I Father Scientific Farmer the whistle-stop variety to a dozen major addresses. Instead of one continuous cam- paign expedition, the next phase of the Democratic presidential drive will be split into a series of hops out of Stevenson's home base at Springfield, 111. They will be of from two to five days each. For today, the schedule called rather difficult atomic energy "My father was an early scien- speech in Hartford, Conn., this re-1 tific farmer and farm manoger. He porter remarked to a rising young was one of the first to take all the fo; "a EvTnT- Connecticut Republican that a good tenants to the University of Illinois vil, Ind in thePearly afternoon many intelligent people, who would J School of Agriculture for a short be considered normally Republi- j the expense of the land- can, obviously admired Stevenson. was the reply, "all the egg-heads love Stevenson. But how he added, smiling quickly. "He was one of the first men ac- in and a major address on economy in government at Indianapolis to- night. Something more than 13 elec- toral votes are at stake in Indiana, regarded as a clear warning the West. The Peiping news agency an- nounces that delegations will be present from Mexico, Guatemala, Colombia, Salvador, Honduras, Chile, Peru, Ecuador and Panama. The work of the peace congress is cut and dried. It has been de- cided well in dupes present advance, and the will be led about by the nose by the Communist manipulators of the -sessions. The Communists are going to squeeze out every ounce of propaganda from this effort. In Moscow, the Soviet Union will many egg-heads do you think there around here. He made planting where a hot Senate race phs Jen; j party'congress to announce soybeans a condiaon ot the lease, i ___ tho rn-osont npmnr-rat. TKCT? are? How many indeed, and how many people, not egg-heads them- selves, admire and would vote for such an obvious "egg-head" as j Grandfather Davis, my mother's Adlai Stevenson? The Stevenson father, and in the winters we went aides here, egg-heads to a man South for his health, usually to themselves, were at first overjoy- Pass Christian or Biloxi or Flori- da. His family was very promi- nent in central Illinois. So wherev- er we traveled we knew people soybeans a condition ot the lease, i ner against tne preSent Democrat- i that the USSR wants only peace Today soybeans are a leading crop., ic of the state, Henry F. and the right to build socialism. "In my childhood my grandfath-1 Schricker There wffl a crashing crescendo of Soviet propaganda all through this fall and winter. The West has been forewarned in time to plan er's health was bad, that is my died the carbine ground as a general of the Army-told a howling crowd of 12.000 per- The bullet-pocked bed on which Wage died from the fatal carbine shot was set up by the prosecution. I sons who jammed Baltimore's Fifty persons' jammed the tiny -path Regiment Armory that armed American courtroom, but 19-year old Martha Wage never reached it. The frail, blonde mother from Red Wing, Minn., was weeping hysterically when she entered the court building and asked for a chance to lie down and rest be- fore beginning her testimony. An Army doctor pronounced her "in no condition to testify today." At his suggestion, she was sent to a military hospital for a weekend services unification is a virtual fail-1 ure. Continuing his bristling indict- ment, Eisenhower said instead of duplication the United States has reaped "triplication" from efforts to mould its fighting forces into 19 Marooned Airmen I Rescued From Ice Cap in Greenland When the new allotment of fed- (Continued on Page 3, Column 7.) HIGHWAY WEATHER LONDON Brit He adopted the same line pur- j Ministry said today a rescue plane sued by Sen. Robert A. Taft of has snatched from a Greenland ice ination again. ed by the quality and reception of Stevenson's speeches. But now they are beginning to worry and wonder ispecially since the recent per-1 through the two families. i__ C- T3 UTtf TVI lira c formance by Sen. Richard Nixon, The Nixon certainly not peal to the performance calculated to ap- intellect. Indeed, certain of Nixon's assertions, like his claim that he was really "saving taxpayers were hardly complimentary to the intelligence of his audience. Yet it was a brilliant performance of its kind, as the Stevenson staff here (Continued on Page 15, Column 3.) ALSOPS "My mother was very much a mother, preoccupied with the chil- dren and their health. I recall she used to read to us in the evening from earliest childhood. Most of her reading was Greek mythology Larger State Mental Fund to Be Asked ST. PAUL Leirfallom, state director of public institutions, said today he will ask the next legislature to provide funds for a large number of additional em- ployes to fill out the staffs in the state mental hospitals. The director met today with di- and the romantic writers like Wai- j rectors and business managers of ter Scott. There was a good deal j the hospitals to work out prelim- of reading by my Grandfather j Davis, when we were young, in the poets. I remember Bobby (Continued on Page 5, Column 2.) ADLAI mary budget programs for the next two years. The budgets must be submitted to Administration Commissioner Earl Berg by Oct. 1. its counter-attack. Home to Be Heated From Backyard Gas KANSAS CITY Dr. Graham Asher will be getting heat for his house right out of his yard this winter. He hired a drilling company to dig a water well in the yard to supply an airconditioning system in his home. The drillers ran into a natural gas pocket. Today a crew is preparing to pipe the gas into the house for heating purposes. rescue of the others. The I joined forces, in opposing univer- i sal military training so long as i the Korean War continues the nec- I essity for the military draft. Funds Battle Sidetracked Almost forgotten for the moment was the political battle over the acceptance of privately-raised ex- pense funds by his vice president- Amencan-were tial running mate and the counter- ing attack on a Democratic salary ante raised in Illinois with the ap- proval of Gov. Adlai E. Stevenson. Stevenson, the Democratic presi- dential nominee, indicated through his campaign manager, Wilson Wyatt, that he plans a "further statement" on the fund raised to increase the compensation of Illi- nois state appointive officials who I otherwise could not afford to take such jobs. Sherman Adams of New Hampshire, head of Eisenhower's advisory campaign committee said yesterday if Stevenson didn't make public the names of the con- tributors and beneficiaries it would prove the Democratic nominee had "something to hide." FEDERAL FORECAST Winona and tonight i and Saturday, Warmer Saturday. Low tonight 46, high Saturday 76. LOCAL WEATHER Official observations for the 24 hours ending at 12 m. today: Maximum, 82; minimum, 4.7; Scot 16 inoon. 62; precipitation, none: sun Three other men had been picked I sels anln sun rises t0' up by a ski plane from the U. S. WEATHER Greenland air base of Thule two i nh i days ago, Bad weather delayed the p. m. and onej Thursday, Min. 42 at a. m. to- Champion Timber, an Irish wolfhound, appears unper- turbed by little Marguerite Home's cuddling gesture dur- ing a National Dog Week ex- hibition at Rockefeller Center in New York. Timber was ex- hibited by Thomas Madigan of Huntington, Long Island, N. Y. (AP Wirephoto to The Repub- lican-Herald) their Hastings bomber crumpled a j wing soon after making a supply j drop to a British expedition which plans to winter on the ice cap. i ilUMI tflJU UJJIT j x, X- J marooned when readmgs-No clouds, no visibi Hy 15 miles wind 3 miles per hour, barom- eter 30.21, humidity 64. Additional weather on Page 9. 'Double Date7 Ike, AJlai to Speak In State Again OctA MINNEAPOLIS a move unprecedented in the nation's poli- tical history, Gov. Adlai Stevenson and Gen. Dwight Eisenhower will speak in Minnesota for the second time in 30 days on the same SEisentowerVade'it clear, during Oct. 4-in quest of the state's 11 electoral rfav of whistle-stoDDing in West Tne Eisenhower appearances at Duluth and St. Cloud on that day VH B have been scheduled for some under state Republican auspices, j Thursday night, Rep. Eugene jweek from Saturday. McCarthy, announced j Leaders pointed out that it is that Stevenson will make a major i almost without precedent for the Virginia and is securely on the ticket with him after the latter's explanation of his acceptance of some in ex- pense money raised by wealthy Californians. Appeals to Women At Hagerstown, Md., Eisenhower said a woman urged him to "keep Dick Nixon with you" and he re- plied: "That already has been done." While GOP leaders voiced satis- faction Nixon had used none of the expense money for his personal Democratic talk that night in St. Paul, while Ike is speaking at St. Cloud, after attending the Minne- sota-California football game in the afternoon. Both candidates made their pre- vious appearances Sept. 6 at the National Plowing Contest near use, there was considerable cussion about such funds. dis- two top presidential candidates to be in the same state on the same day once during their campaigns. And never, says party spokesmen, have two such schedules been drawn up. It will be the third Minnesota visit for Eisenhower in that period. Kasson. They were scheduled at His train pulled from Albert Lea different times then and their to the Twin with interme- trails are not expected to cross j diate "whistle-stops" just 11 days when they "double date" again a I after the plowing meet.   

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