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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 20, 1953, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH lOWANSNEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LX Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 20 1953 This Paper Consists Two Ono No 34 Bus Fighting Huge Drifts in Colorado Nebraska Hit 4y Winter Storm DENVER cross countiy buses with a total of 31 pasengers aboard were stranded in eastern Coloiado Friday as howling whipped powdery into seven and eight foot drifts All passengeis weie reported safe No fresh snow was falling Trailways System bus with 14 persons aboaid Denver bound from Kansas City stalled in a ground blizzard west of Joes Colo on U S 3G A snowplow sent to fiee the vehicle also became stuck within half a mile of the small town 126 miles east of Denver and about 40 miles from the Kansas line The bus was later repotted bucking the and had trav eledwithin a quarter mile of Joes Meantime Nebraska caught the punch of a winter storm after a slowbuildup of welcome rain and light snow which started late Wed nesday Winds up to 40 miles an hour drifted snow which had accumu lated to as much asnine inches at Red Cloud just above the Kansas state line The snow had not yet reached the extreme eastern edge of the rstate All highways were reported open but were icy and hazardous in the central and west CIO Elects Reuther Again CLEVELAND UP Walter P Reuther was elected without oppo sitionFriday to his second term as CIO president He was elected by acclamation Reuther the 46yearoldUnitet Auto Workers unionist had to en gage in a bitter showdown fight for the year ago aft er the death of President Philip Murray Executive Vice President John V Riffe Secretary Treasurer James B Carey and eight vice presidents also were assured o reelection without a contest The elections wound up the fiveday meeting and the lack o opposition typified the contro which Reuther and his adminis tration has over the CIOs five million members Before the elections the con vention a do pte da resolution throwing the CIOs full weight be hind a drive for a guaranteed an nual wage for members of affili a led unions Reuther told the 700 delegate that he wants industry to begin devoting as much attention as th CIO to the annual wage problem 2 Are Missing in Powder Blast RICHMOND Calif mei are missing and two Mothers wer injured in a violent blast Frida at the Hercules Powder Co work near Pinole The explosion the second thi yearat the big molished a sheet metal black pow der press house where blastin powder was made The two missing men were Ing in the house The men wh were injured were employed near by SAME BLACK FLAG MEANS TRAFFIC DEATII IN PAST 21 HOURS Implies US Bombers Can Deliver HBombs AP Wirepholo NIXONS MEET President Richard Nixon and his wife on a globe girdling tour chat vith the classical Geishas who attended them at lunch in Kyoto the ancient cultural center of Japan Poleri Stalks Off Stage Leaving Carmen UnStabbed CHICAGO Jose walked off stage leaving Carmen un stabbed in the New York City Opera Cos performance Thursday night and telling the conductor Finish the opera yourself by tenor David Poleri wHo was singing the leading role means Poleri has eliminated himself from the community of our company Conductor Joseph Rosenstock later told a reporter Gloria Lane singing the title role of Bizets tragedy carried on alone on the stage in the final death scene and collapsed per script but without benefit of a dagger However she was assisted by the offstage voice of Walter Fredericks who was pressed into emergency service v There were no curtain calls from the perplexed audience Until the incident critics said Poleriand Miss Lane had been singing well Both have been pjaised for their performance here Rosenstock who is also the companys general director blamed the incident on from friction with othersingers during trie secpndact Mayer Financial Tro ubles Ctitised Concern BLOOMFIELD M31ayer denied in his first iegree murder trial Thursday thatfinancial troubles had beset his NewMexico livestock company or that his job was in jeopardy Questioning about the financial status of the Valley Irri gation and Livestock Cpy of iMoriarty N M which Mayer leads came during by County Attorney rAII About The Weather Mason City Light snow Friday night diminishing to snow flur ries by Saturday Iowa Rain mixed with some snow west occasional showers east Minnesota M o s tly rain east with some sleet GlobeGazette weatherdata up to 8 am Friday Maximum 57 Minimum 42 am 55 Precipitation 147 YEAR AGO Maximum 37 Minimum 18 harlesN Pettit The prominent 56yearold New Mexico rancher is accused of atally shooting John C Wisdom BULLETIN BLOOMFIELD OP The de fense rested its case in the first degree murder trial of New Mexico r a n c h e r Walter M Mayer Friday The last witness was Edward P Currier Jr 37 St Louis an associate of Mayer in the ranching business Gen Dean Named to Command Post Majr WASHINGTON W William Dean of Geii Korean war fame has been appointed deputy commander of 6th Army at San Francisco the Army an nounced Friday Dean will take up his postJan 1 relieving Maj Gen Frank H Part ridge who will retire at the end of this year Dean has been receiving medi cal treatment at the Armys Wal ter Reed Hospitalhere U S Canada to Exchange Atomic Data Will Not Involve Weapon Design WASHINGTON Wl The United State is arranging to exchange in formation with Canada and Brit ain on the effects of atomic weap ons on human beings and their environment The swap of data between the wartime atomic partners will not involve information as to weapons design and development the Atomic Energy Commission said in a statement It noted that AEC Chairman Lewis Strauss had referred to this additional exchange in an ad dress at Richmond Va Thurs day night In that speech Strauss Informal Protest WASHINGTON has protested informally about the administrations action making public a hitherto top secret FBI letter that involved information from Canadian sources it was disclosed Friday Arty Gen Herbert Browned Jr declassified the FBI letter and made it public for the first time Tuesday afternoon before the Senate Internal Security Sub committee at a hearing on the Harry DexterWhite spy case Canadian Ambassador ADP Heeney called at the State De ApartmentThursday ex pressed surprise over publica tion of certain matters offered in testimony before a congres sional hearing AP Wlreplioto THE LAUGHS THE Eisenhower was walking to the gymnasium on the campus of the Catholic University in Washington talking with a church official at his side when he broke into the familiar happy laugh that makes peopieCall him Ike Wear ing academic cap and gown he was on his way to get an honorary degree of doctor of laws ata convocation of the university widely known Iowa stockman on Wisdoms ranch near here last May 2 Going to Kill Me He reiterated under crossexami nation his testimony that Wisdom said he was going to kill me and Crossexamination of Mayer fwas to continue FridayAttorneyshave indicated thetrial is notexpected to reach the jury next week v Under by PelGt Mayer said his company had bor rowed from a Santa Fe bank in August three months beforehe shipped a large number of sheep aridcattleto Wis dom for wintering Buthe denied this indicated the companys financial position was shaky Wuephoto TOO MUCH Ready to celebrate her 101st birthday Mrs Georgia Ann Brooks of Mt Ranier Md took a look at life and commented Theres too much devil in the world No bodys happy like they used to be when I was a youngster People thinktoo much about money said the swap was for the pur pose of improving our ability to defend ourselves against the ef fects of atomic weapons Asked if a definite meeting of representatives of the three na tions had been scheduled to bring about the exchange of information an AEC information spokesman said to our knowledge He added Probably one would have to be arranged although it might be that the exchange be carried on bymail11 dont know On The ID PA AllState Football Teams Announced Page 11 Absolutely No Progress Reef Tirade Halts Peace Talks PANMUNJOM Korea Communist tirade against the United Nations for questioning Russiasneutrality in Korea Fri halted progress of talks on opening the peace conference The Reds used rnbst of their time at Fridays twoandonehalf hour conference to deliver a bitter at the U N and its ipccial ambassador Arthur H Dean v They insisted that Russia and four Asian nations be invited to take partin the longdelayed con ferencc as neutrals even the UNi has said the Soyiet Union be required to sit with rep resentatives of belligerent North Koreans and Chinese j Dean went to the latest confer ence with hope that trie two sides would make further progresssince the Communists had changed their attitude arid offered to the neutrals major voting powers i But Dean told newsmen follow ing the argument over Russia that they could write this off as zero Absolutely no progress was Dean said Dean said theCommunists were ambiguous in their defense of the plan fa call in Russia Indiji IndonesiaBurma andPakistan as neutral participants The Communists repeated that the main issue was notthese neu trals voting powers but their har monizinginfluence on the two sides which will be engaged in dis cussions on Koreas future The American ambassadorv said he thought the Communists were stalling while awaiting further in structions Deficit Best for U S WASHINGTON The Eiseri hower administrationsbest hope defi citof three to four only if federal spending canbe cut nearly sixbillions from the presentrate A high administration official gave this estimate vtov reporters Friday He said that obviously a big part of any sixbillion saying would have to comefrom national security spendingand is notyet in sight He also said any such saving would be effected only if itcould be done without impairing the security His forecast assumed also that Congress will heed President Ei senhowers request for extension of present high corporate and excise tax rates beyond next April lwhen they are due for automatic reduc tion The informant that his name should notbe used gave these further forecasts T The cash probably can balanced This classifies as government income social security contributions which exceed four billiondollars a year The conventional budget does not since they go into a special trust fund 2 The administration will ask that the present 1A per cent rate of social security tax be extended for a year The rate is due to go to 2 per cent on Jan 1 Mohawks Open Basketball Season 11 Osage Thanksgiving Host to SUI Foreign Students Winnebago Scout Council ReElects Most Officers 13 No Formal Request US Forbids Kidnap 1 of Youfh to Marry KANSASCITY Mo federal government moved fast Friday to put a to whatever nebulous plans condemned kidnap killers Carl Austin Hall and Bonnie Heady had to marry The Justice Department in Wash ington announced within hours after the marriage reports were circulated here that the dissolute pair who had lived together since last May would not be permitted to wed before their executions Dec18 Hall and Mrs Heady Thursday were sentenced to die in the Mis souri gasschamber for the kidnap murder of Bobby Greenlease The Justice Department acted without waitingfor receipt of an official request for the pair to marry Aspokesman said both killers had sent unofficial word to William Tatman acting United States attorney here of their mar riage desires Before any official request could be submitted the department an nounced that it would not author ize or permit such a marriage Thus the possibility of the Mis souri penitentiary death row be coming a bridal chamber was dis solved in a hurry A reliable source wlio has had daily contact with Hall said that the kidnaperwanted tqkinarry his alcoholic paramour and has wanted to since shortly after their arrest for the abduction the Greenlease boy The sourcesaid Hall wanted to be loyal to his pledge to Mrs Heady and had expressed a desire to marry the woman with whom he led a sordid commonlaw existence prior to the brutalslay ing There also were uncotifirmed re ports Mrs Heady said she would prefer to die Dec 18 in tfte Mis souri gas chamber as Austin Hall Air Force Chief in i Statement Asks BuildUp of Air Power DALLAS Nathan P twining hinted strongly Friday hat longrange bombers of the US Air Force now are able to de iver hydrogen bombs The Air Force chief of staff said he big bombers can carry all ypes of bombs including the very newest types In a speech air power t symposium sponsored iy the Dallas Council on World Af airs he added Because of fewer limitations on size and shape the bombs they carry are far more efficient than small bombs Hydrogen Blast Although the United States seVoff a hydrogen explosion a year ago here has been much speculation aboutwhether weapons have been cast in deliverable form and whether they can be delivered by manned airplanes New1 thermonuc lear tests are expected to be staged at Bikini in the spring Nowherein his speech did Twin ing mention atomic or hydrogen bombs But he made frequent references to unconventional weapons v The slpeech was chiefly a plea for continued buildup of the Air Force and reliance on the strategic Air Command the big bombing outfit as a Russian aggression James Hopkins Smith Jr as sistant secretary of N4vy andEarl D Johnson under sec retary of the Army also spoke at the symposium Mobile Bases Smith said f there was consider able cause enthusiasm okttie V AP Wirepholo WHERE DEATH arborcovered walk decorated with a whitewashed cross set in the ground will be the last view of the outside world for kid napkillers Carl Hall and Bonnie Brown Heady In the background is the entrance to Missouris gas chamber in the state penitentiary at Jefferson City possibility of underwater mobile bases We should avoid linking the atomic weapon soley to aircraft he said We must remember there are various possible methods by which the item can he delivered Referringto new types of sub marines he said Great improvement in our power plans and in hull design combined with the greatly reduced size of the destructive package brings the submarine subsur face carrier well into the fore BULLETIN PARIS Minister Georges Bidault in a stirring ap peal for French approvalof European Army Planetoid National Assembly Friday that Great Britain has agreed to link itself by treaty to the sixnation European Defense Community JOWA ANIMAL WINS TIMONIUM Md CAn derson and Sons of West Liberty Iowa showed the reserve grand champion bull in the final day of judging Thursday at the Eastern National Livestock Show here HONOR PRESIDENTS CLINTON UP More than 350 delegates will honor past state presidents oftheElksat a mid winter meeting Friday night COMING MONDAY NOVEMBER 23 with Christmas gift ideas for everyone Yes Monday November 23 is the day That is the day that the Picka Present Christmas Gift Guide fea ture begins on Globe Gazette Classified pages Every day from Nov23 through Dec 15 you can find hundreds olSgood ideas for gifts for every member of the family l all your friends listed so that they arc easy to find and nzc Watch for Pick a Frejk ent and make it dllly preChristmas reading habit   

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