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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 30, 1953, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Newspaper Edited lor CITY N I W S P A P J R T H A T M A K E S A L L NORTH I 0 WAN S N E I G H S O R S HOME EDITION VOL LX Associated Full LMM Centj Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 30 1953 Thii Paper Consuls bt Two No British Are Tra SAYS EXDIPLOMAT GAVE HER BLACK Zsa Gabor wearingan eye patch tells newsmen that Porfirio Rubirosa exDominican diplomat socked her right in the eye in a fit of temper when she refused to marry him Later it was announced that Rubirosa would marry millionairess Barbara Hutton Wednesday afternoon in New York The international playboy denied striking Miss Gabor At Least Six Killed in River Collision of Ships WILMINGTON Del tankers crashed in the fogchoked Delaware River early Wednesday killing at least six crewmen 4 4 xf ll men wha were pitched from the smaller craft are still reported missing Two are known to have been Fight Brews on Contracts WASHINGTON W An Eisen hower administration plan for fun neling more government defense work into areas of large unem ployment ran into a barrage of heavy criticism from Southern Democrats Wednesday foreshad owing verbal fireworks when Conr gress meets next week Sen Maybank DSC accused President Eisenhower of turning his back on his campaign prom ises Sens Sparkman DAla and Hill DAla said the program set Charles City DES MOINES UP Gov William S Beardsley urged Sec retary of Labor James Mitchell Wednesday to include Davenport Waterloo and Charles City in the areasto receive additional de fense money Beardsley sent Mitchell a tele gram pointing out the three Iowa areas have farm machinery in dustries could qualify for defense work forth again Tuesday at the Little White House at Augusta Ga vio lated pledges made by the GOP leadership in the Senate last July And Sparkmandeclared it is not true as Presidential Press Secre tary James C Hagerty said that This is thefirst time a national administration has tried to do something about chronic regional unemployment rescued The tankers Atlantic Dealer anc Atlantic Engineer collided as they sought safe anchorage in the fog shrouded river setting off fires on both vessels The fire apparently caused little damage and both the Atlantic Re fining Co tankers awaited favor able tides to proceed under their own steam to Philadelphia 11 in River of the 41 crewmen aboard the 1600 ton Atlantic Deal er were thrown into the river Company officials said all 46 crew members of the 10000ton supertanker Atlantic Engineer were safe Fires aboard both ships were controlled quickly by the crews Preliminary reports indicated no serious damage to either vesse and said no crewmen were burned Both ships were bound for Phila delphia from Texas the Atlantic Engineer with 218000 barrels of crude oil and the Atlantic Dealer with 9000 barrels of gasoline and 114000 barrels of other refined products Busy Waterway There have been many ship col lisions in the river area which for 80 miles from Philadelphia tothe Atlantic Ocean is one of the worlds busiest waterways Las July G the tankers Phoenix and Pan Massachusetts collided 10 miles south of Wilmington and burned to the waterline Four crewmen were lost 83 saved Wednesdays collision occurred two miles south of the Delaware Memorial Bridge Iowa Safety Council May Be Dissolved Lack of Money Cited as Reason AMES coffers may sring an end to the Iowa Safety ouncil its chairman says J D Armstrong chairman has called meeting of the councils board of governors for Jan 18 to decide the organizations future He said Tuesday he has sent let ters to members of the board ask ing them whether the council should be dissolved The board members will be asked to vote yes or no on the question at the Janu ary meeting he said Few Contributions Voluntary contributions have been slow coming in and I dont know whether the council can con tinue to pay its bills Armstrong explained The council is solvent now al thoughit was to in debt when Armstrong became chairman last spring If the board can assure me of financial support then I will con tinue as chairman Armstrong said If the board cannot I dont see much future in it3 Alfred W Kahl of Des Moines a board member said the council recently has been forced to spend all Us time trying to raise money and as a result doesnt get any safety work done And he added that in his opinion the situation is having its reac tion in the increase in our acci dents Formed in 1950 Kahl was state safety commis sioner when the council was formed in 1950 at the suggestion ofGov Kahls department the coun cils original program and he was its first chairman We had such a tremendous start we thought it would snow ball Kahl said but in the last two years the organization has suf fered a gradual disintegration Safety councils in other states have come to similar ends Kah said R EM LEY J GLASS Local Attorney Remley Glass Dies at 69 Remley J Glass 69 one oi Mason Citys bestknown attorneys vho was widely known for his re search and knowledge of local anc owa history died at am Wednesday at his home 218 4th St NE Twelve years ago his interest in ocal history prompted himto help form the Cerro Gordo County His orical Society of which he was the irst president Headed Reunion He headed the Mason City Cen ennial committee for the reunion of former residents and old timers and contacted many of these to make arrangements to be here during Mason Citys celebration ast June Born in Mason City Dec 22 50 Persons Die in Terror Wave RABAT French Morocco Lf Fifty persons have been killed and 117 wounded in the wave of terror ism which has swept French Mo rocco since the deposition of Sidi Mohammed Ben Youssef as Sultan last August it was officially an nounced Wednesday One of those killed was the Mo roctan who attempted to assassi nate the new Sultan Sidi Moham med Moulay Ben Arafa rAll About The Weather Mason City Occasional light snow Warmer Thursday Iowa Warmer Thursday high ranging from 25 to 35 Minnesota Light snow beginning Thursday i weather data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum 29 Minimum i AAt 8 am o YEAR AGO Maximum 29 Minimum 13 Actual Physical Symptoms 1 Malady tor Many Persons BOSTON stomach trou ble headache back pain or even an irregular heart might actually be a form of money sickness causedby a virus familiarly known as the dollar This new wrinkle in diagnosis was reported Wednesday to the American Assn for the Advance ment of Science by a Boston doctor He said various physical symptoms can sometimes stem from emotion al in turn can be broughtonby money problems possible among folks in all income bnckets flioneysickness declared Dr William Kaufman is the most common psychosomatic illness of our yet one that is often missedbydoctors in seeking the underlying cause of a physical or emotional symptom Anyone froma miser to a gash bier and from chronic bargain hunters to salesmen and execu who are cozy with their own money but lavishly spend on their companys expense accounts are candidates for the malady Kauf man told the AAAs 120th meeting And besides physical symptoms like headache muscle and joint pains or stomach trouble it can take the form of serious emotiona disturbances like hysterical paral ysis depression anxiety states o reactions of Kaufman a practitioner of in ternal medicine explained it some what like The trouble doesnt necessaril come from how much money ypi have or dont have It comes from the particular you have come io place on and how you have learned to us it And it could come from feel ing you need more money actually you dont the pioneer families of Mason City He received hfs BA degree from University of Iowa in 1907 attended Western Reserve University at Cleveland Ohio a year and then returned to the Uni versity of Iowa where he receivec his LLB degree in v 1909 and was admitted to the bar Establishing hislaw practice in Mason City immediately following his graduation from the University of Iowa he became a member oi the law firm of Glass McConlogue and Glass in the same office a State and Federal used by his father since 1884 when the build irig wasbuilt Wrote Histories A contributor of many writings on literary and historic subjects o magazines Annals of Iowa anc other publications he was also his torian for CerroGordo County o Whos Who in Iowa wrote a history of Benevolence Lodge 14 AF AM and histories of th Kiwanis Club and the First Bap tist Church of Mason City He was also the historian for th Association for the Preservation of Clear Lake and was a membe of the Iowa State History Commit tee He was a past president o the Cerro Gordo County Historica Society and an active member 6 the Friends of Libraries Glass had written and talked many times on Men and Event That Formed the Constitution1 and he was a past chairman of thi Cerro Gordo County Central Com mittee of the Republican Party Throughout his life he had been member of the First Baptis Church He lived his entire lifetime in the home in which he was born His father preceded him in deatl in 1918 and his mother in 1925 Held Many Offices He was a charter member MasonCity Kiwanis Cluba mem her of both the IowaState Bar As socialibn Cerro jGbrdc County Bar Associatiop the Euchri CycleClub and the High Twelvi Club and Was a past director o the of Commerce Glass also was a past distric deputy of the grand exalted rule of the Elksj a past worthy patro of Unity Chapter458 6ES pas high priest of Benevolence Chapte 46 RAM and held offices ir many businessfirms Surviving are ar sister Mrs F W Lovell Cleveland Ohio and nephew Wheeler Glass Lbvcll Die troit Mich andmany cousins Funeral have been se tentatively for Saturdaya the First Baptist Church with th Rev Immanuel Fredmuhd interim pnstor officiating Masonic rite will be conducted by Benevolcnc Lodge 145 AF and AM at Elm wood Cemetery Fearful of Slump in America Unpatriotic Charge Blasted LONDON big usiness plans to make a con erted drive for increased trade nth the Communist world during ic coming year in anticipation of possible US slump it was re sorted Wednesday Authoritative sources said Brit h government leaders are confi ent theije is no danger of a major epression in the United States but usinessmen w a n t to t a k e no nances Prepares Report The Federation of British In National Asso lation of a s prepared a report urging its mem bers to pursue EastWest trade igorously and business sources aid the official Board of Trade has given its blessing to the proj ict i The federation report scheduled or publication early in 1954 says Conflicting Views WASHINGTON UWThe Ameri can Economic Asn heard from one speaker Wednesday that the business boom may be kept going in 1954 and from another that there will be a serious slumpin the durable goods business with in a few years if not in 1954 Dr George W Hildebrand of the University of California at Los Angeles told his fellow econ omists that wrth a policy of tax cutsa rid JiasyJ money the Eisen hewer administration sfendsa lively chance of keeping bus in the next year Albert Gailord Harf Columbia University economist andformer Treasury consultant was the speaker who foresaw a slump within a few years in the demand for such durable goods as autos appliances and machinery here is wrong or un patriotic v qbout trading with Communists and adds thatany such feelingshould be emphatic ally dispelled A business spokesman said a British engineering executive i already in Moscow working out de ails of a 28milliondollar ship juilding deal He said 16 mon British businessmen plan to visi he Soviet capital in midJanuary ProCommunist Another businessman speakin for a group which has been labele proCommunist by Foreign Sec retary Anthony Eden said there will be a determined effort nex year to expand trade with Re hina bjeyond the con racts signed Britishers in Peiping in June The Board ofTrade said the gbv ernment will encourage expansion of such trade as long as it doe not violate the United Nations em aargo on shipments strategi materials tothe Communists AP Wirephoto Anyway shes a you get what we DUMB CLUCK WELL MAYBE shes no if 0 w mean Susabelle thats the hen adopted three pups when their mother had to go to the veterinarian Susabelle com pletely on her own took charge of the pups making them warm under her wings Red Rebels in Indochina Disappear HANOI Indochina UP Com munist invaders of the tate of Laos disappeared Wednes day and French military authorities expected them to strike next in he north The Bed Viet Minh forces which had driyen across the waist of In dochina to the Laotian town of Thakhek across the Alekong River Tom Thailand could not be spotted by reconnaisance planes Military observers a r g u e d it would be impossible for Commu nist commander Gen Vo Nguyen Giap to hide two wellarmed divi sions equipped with supply trains and said it was likely the Reds were moving northward This action followed a warning Tuesday by U S Secretary of State that America might intervene if Red China takes an active part in the Indochina war Despite the lull following the cap ture of Thakhek the French con tinued to pour troops and supplies into Savannakhet a stronghold south of the evacuated river town Shoulders to Be Arrested for Testimony on Ransom Indictment Is Returned ST LOUISA authorities planned tcrarrestfor mer Police Lt Louis Shoulders Wednesday on charges1 he lied to agrand jury investigatingthe dis appearance of the Bobby Greenlease ransom money indictment charging the vet eran officer with perjury was en route here from Kansas City Mo where a federal grand jury Tues day ended its hearings into the handling of the record ran som x Shoulders was the secondSt Louis policeman indicted forvper jury The grand jury apparently failed however to find out what happened to the missing half of the ransom Shoulders 55 was expected to be arrested as soon as the US marshals office here receives the warrant from Kansas City The po liceman also was expected to post bond for his release when ar raigned beforeUS Commissioner Edward J Beam Shoulders who was credited with breaking Greenlease case when hearrested Carl Austin Hall in a St Louis hotel room Oct 6 was shocked when he learned late Tuesday that he had been indicted He refused to comment on the de velopment The Kansas City grand jury on Dec 17 returned a similar indict ment against suspended St Louis Patrolman E 1 me Favorite Memory PRINCETON NJ favorite memory of his Iowa childhood as recalled Wednesday by George Gallup of the American Insti tute of Public Opinion is one of skating on the Coon River just south of Jefferson tGallup spent his boyhood in Jjefferson Everywinterin myyouthful river was frozen over from late fall until March It was skate for miles up or down the river with only an occasional air hole to put theskater on guard Dr Gallup remarked that although the real name of theriver is the Raccoon I never heard the river referred to in any wayex cept as the Coon River Grand Jury Tells Critical Need for Fireproof Vaults The critical need for adequate ords Gordo grand jury reported Wednesday possible addition to the north for County the added vault andworkingspace and possible changes of par u 11 a u V S Ut The report commended the board titions to provide more efficient of supervisors for diligence in hav ing plans prepared for a court house annex submitted to a voteof the people The voters last August defeated the proposed bond issue to finance theconstruction Report Adds The grand jury in its report added We do not feel that every means for remedying the situation was exhausted when voters decided against the courthouse annex anc referred two alternatives to the board of supervisors for considera tion J The erection of a new court house 2 The construction of fireproof Michele Huntley 10 Hurt in Collision Michele Huntley 10 was in fai condition at Mercy Hospital Wed nesday afternoon after she was hurt in a collision between a truck and the car driyen by her mother Mrs Richard Huntley 911 7th SE The mothers condition was re ported good by hospital attend ants The collision occurred at 4th SE and Kentucky when Mrs Huntleys car reportedly slid un der the at the intersection UNNECESSARY WORK i WAPAKQNETA Ohio Burglars dragged a 1500 pound safe containing 15 feet across a supermarket Tuesday hoisted it into a truck and drove away with it Carl Werner man ager of the market said the safe wasopen SAME LACK FLAG MEANS TRAFFIC DEATH IN Zt HOUKS WHERE 602 PERSONS DIED 50 TEARS the burned interior of Chiciagos Irbquoia theater after a fire which killed 602 people 50 years ago Wednesday jne critical neea lor si fireproof storagefacilities for recvaults in the present and still remains in the Cerro a nossible addition tri nnrtfc for working arrangements The grand jury also asked con sideration of further means for firp protection such as the appoint ment of a night watchman pro vision of ample fire extinguishers with periodic inspection of same or the installation of the new au tomatic fire alarm system until such time as a final solution is voted upon by the citizens of Cerro Gordo County Tremendous Expense Burning or destruction of public records stored in the court house would cause tremendous expense to taxpayers and people of the countyn the report noted adding that its inspection substantiated the findings of the grand jury a year ago The present vaults are not only of poor construction and inade quate for the needs of the present courthouse offices the report states but also hazardous for tho courthouse personnel It concluded We of this grand jury want tostate withall the em pha sis we ca h th at THE COURTS HOUSE IN ITS PRESENT CONDI TION IS UNWORTHY OF THE PEOPLE OF CERRO GORDO5 COUNTY We believe that most residents of the county who make an inspection of the premises will come to a like conclusion signed by Enoch A Norem foreman Other members of this grand jury which reported to William P Butler were Fred G Steffen Clear Lake George Bar rett Mason City C J Clausen Nora Springs James II Ransom Clear Lake Paul L James Thorn ton and J B McGahcran Rock well On The Filling Help Fight Agaimf Forest 3 of Top 10 Defeated M NefcM to   

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