IOWA: Corruption in the Corn

By last week a pair of grand juries had succeeded in thoroughly besmirching the pretty picture of tall corn, prize hogs, rollicking State fairs and honest farmers which Iowa presents to the world. The juries' findings pointed to such corruption in high offices as to put the Democratic Administration of Governor Clyde LaVerne Herring in definite political danger in a State normally topheavy with Republicans.

For years lowans have complacently accepted Sioux City, wide-open river town as something of a black sheep on the edge of their...

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