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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 6, 1954, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowqs Doily Newspaper Edited for the Home treen and Untied Prcw Full Wires CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWS P APE R THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEI G H B O R S HOME EDITION CejiM a Copy MASON CITr IOWA WEDNESDAY JANUARY 6 1954 This Paper Comiils of Two One iaper tximnta of Two One NoJ71 Important Session of Congress Opens I r 4 Charged With 48 Shooting of CIO Union Boss wiiim of Presidcri ii JLv G LI PniWarne Prosecutor Getaid K OBrien and Detroit ioitce Commissioner Donald Leonard announced the charge and the arrests of two of the four at a m Iamcommccd theshooting of Walter Reutlieiin 1948 a s been OBrien said He said a similar attempt on the life of Victor Rcuthcr brothci Of Walter in 1D4D is still a mys tery Those Arrested Arrested were Carl Renda 35 a key witness at the Kefauvcr Committee hearing irt I to 2 Lake Mills Youths Killed in Accident MlLLSTwo T irn o Lake Mills youths were killed early morning when they were thrown out of a skidding car ill Cr It i i 1 u fcJfVlVIl just before it crashedinto a at Kiester Minn train Dead arc Allen Berg son of Mr and Mrs Elmer Berg and Roger Peterson son of Mrs Thea Peter son They riding with Duane Hanson 18 of Lcland who was not hurt Hanson had applied the brakes Sheriff William Mathies of Blue Earth Minn said but the car spun around and the right rear struck one of the moving freight cars near the end of the train As the car turned its right front door opened and Berg and Peter son were thrown out The Chicago and Northwestern train continued out of town the crew unaware of the accident Kiester Is near the Iowa line and about 15 miles southeast of Blue Earth Minn in Detroit Clarence Jacobs 48 of Tccum seh Out who once jumped bond when accused of illegal entry into the United Stales Also named in the warrant was Peter Lombardo 50already serv ing sentence at the Terre Haute Ind Federal Penitentiary The fourth person named in war rants issued Tuesday by Record ers Judge John P OHara was Santo Sam Perrone 56 fatherin law of Renda and a frequently questioned suspect accused by the Kcfauver Committee of being a gangleading strike breaker and enemy of organized labor On The Page Junior College Cagers Lose 1st Game 9044 13 Hancoclc County Engineer Resigns After 35 Yean 9 53 Traffic Record One of Mason Citys Best 20 SAME WHITE FLAO MKANS NO TRAFFIC DEATH IN IAST IM HOURS Sought by Police Perrone is being sought by po lice OBrien said he was con vinced Perrone in within the last 24 hours OBrien he would ask fed eral authorities to transfer Lom bardo to the federal penitentiary at nearby Milan Mich to be available for trial The warrant naming the four also had four John Does indicating further arrests in the assassination attempt against Rculher This is a solution OBrien but it may go further Jacobs owner of a television shop in adjacent Windsor Ont was held in Windsor Five Year Hunt Thirty Detroit policemen headed by Senior Inspector Paul Slack who has directed the five year hunt for Reuthers assailants were sent out to round up the suspects Renda was arrested at his home in suburban Grosse Pointe Shores The Michigan Stale Police sent out a nationwide alarm for Per rone The FBI field office in De troit said it had not entered the case as yet OBrien did not give out full de tails of the arrests and filing of the charges MODERN PONY EXPRESSRalph Hume ay steelworker in Denver and his 7yearold Arabian mare Blue are ready for a walking trip to St Louis Humes wife and son already are in St Louis They went in the family automobile Commission Decides Fate of Officer Cracked Down on Young Lovers DES MOINES Iowa Conservation Commission Wednes day pondered whether to rehire a park officer accused of making life miserable for v In one of the most untisual ings in commission history the state body Tuesday heard testi mony from some of the 37 young men Conservation Officer Warren Jackson 31 caught spooning in lovers lanes Seeks Reinstatement Jackson who has been fired sought reinstatement at the hear ing despite the fact the commis sion has accused him of failing to report 24 the arrests and failing to turn over fines collected in 16 cases of four children was also accused outbreaking one Can Make or Break GOP Plans State of Union Talk Thursday WASHINGTON CKCongress re convened Wednesday in the politi cal atmosphere of a campaign year and with President Eisenhower marshalling his administration in a drive to bolster peace and pros perity The two houses scheduled only routine formalities including the swearing in of six members to fill vacancies caused by deaths and resignations Thursday President Eisenhower goes before a joint session with the State of the Union message out lining his program for the year Republican congressional leaders predicted he will emphasize that his administration is taking the initiative in farflung activities for national security Closely Divided The President will be speaking to a closely divided Congress in which Democrats have one more senator than the Republicans and only four fewer House members than the GOP Beyond that mere numerical di vision lies a growing Democratic unity heightened by GOP attacks and the approach of the November congressional elections Such unity that could spell trouble for some of the Eisenhower domestic pro posals but seems unlikely to pro duce any major challenge to his LUIGI E1NAUD young swains car window arres ing neckers outside state parks and using profanity arid threats One youth Francis Tiernan said Jackson arrested him while wooing his girl in a parked car and accused them of lewdness Is there any law against doing a little necking Tiernan said he asked Netd Business He said Jackson told him to go to a certain tourist court on the highway because they need the business cross examination by Jacksons attorney Paul James the youth admitted he was driving a car whose interior be made into a bed and that he and his girl were reclining Roger Jones Marshalltown Iowa testified that Jackson did in damages by smashing his car window with a flashlight Can Production Slated fo Resume NEW YORK The CIO United Steel Workers and the Continental Can Co Tuesday settled 36day strike of 14500 workers in 36 Pella Quits Italy Seeks New Premier Italian political leadersplunged into their second government crisis in i six months sought a premier Wednes day who could unite them in a twin battle against rising economic stress and Communist pressure Giuseppe Pella resigned as pre mier Tuesday night hi an internal squabble in his governing Christian Democrat party over land reform He had been premier for almost five months His stepdown aroused new con cern in the UnitedStates that the Communists would make gainsvin Italy due to the unstable political and economic situation President Luigi Einaudi was ex pected to start talks with party heads Thursday as the first step in finding anew premier Observ ers believe he would not make any decision before Monday The immediate cause of the res ignation was frictionin the Chris tian Democrat party over the nam ing of an agriculture minister in a rcshufffed cabinet PcUa wanted Sen Salvadore Al clisio who is identified with the partys conservative wing Left wing members fearing that a con McCarthy Critic WASHINGTON WSen Ellen der DLa Wednesday will invite Sen McCarthy RWJs to tell theSenate whether he usei plagiarized informa tion ini his claimed exposure of Communists in government McCarthy without specifically mentioning El lenders announced plan to urge that the Senate cut McCarthys investigatingfonds down to size said that if Dem ocrats win in such a move itv will be the most Pyrrhic victory they ever won victory in which you destroy yourself Informed of McCarthys re marks Effender said Im going to oppose not only him but all Senate committee chairmen who ask the Senate for increased funds SAYS CLEOCleo a pregllant hippopotamus at the Kansas City zoo the hypodermic injectionshe got a couple of clays ago was plentyThe injectionput in her softer under side so irritated CJep that she was ready to thwart the repeat perform ance Efforts to get the need e into her tough top hide failed A veterinarian said his needle was bent mto four different shapes Police Pick Up 4fh Suspect in Huge Treasury Robbery Still Seek of Money foreign policies which may face more opposition within GOP ranks One Democratic senator who didnt want to be quoted by name said a White House briefing of con gressional leaders Tuesday pro duced no indication of any funda mental change in foreign poli cies plants The union won a 15 cents ah hour package increase Thirtythree of the plants are in the United States threein Canada Under terms of the settlement the workers will receive an eight and onehalt cents an hour general wage increase retroactive to last Oct 1 It is expected that some of the 200 workers laid off at Jacob E Decker and Sons packing plant be cause of the tin can shortage will return to work next week servalive might upset the land re distribution program wanted to keep Rocco Solomone another leftist member of the party inthe agricultural post Eisenhower was said to be pre paring to pledge further strength ening of the free worlds defenses coupled with attempts to get Rus sia to agree to drop itsaggressive tactics and to join in peaceful de velopment atomic energy Broad Objectives On the home front the Presi dent apparently intends to deal Thursday only in broad objectives getting down to cases later in mes sages on specific subjects In one ofthese due Monday congressional sources said the President will recommend a farm program combining flexible price supports with a move to freeze part of existing farm surpluses in a national defense stockpile This can be expected to anger some Democratic and Republican supporters of rigidhigh level sup ports which Congress has favored rAII About DEATHVALLEY SCOTTY ae cy Walter desert prospectorandaicolbrfMI figure for half a century died Tuesday at his1 fabulous desert castle m Californias Death Valley Seestory page 2 ARTCENTER GRANT DES MOINESWVAH assets of the James D Edumundson estate valued at have been turned over to the Edmundson Art Foundation which operates the DCS Moines Art Center The Weather Mason City Mostly cloudy with little change Thursday in temperature Iowa Thursday cloudy occasional snow flurries Minnesota Thursday cloudy with local snow flurries weather data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum Minimum At 8 am YEARAGO Maximum Minimum 40 13 14 for the last five years Controversy is almost certain too over a message on TaftHart ley Labor Relations Act changes scheduled the same day Without revealing the nature of the program Chairman H Alex ander Smith RNJ of the Senate Labor Committee said in an inter view he expects the Presidents proposals to be greeted with con tentions by business organizations that he is trying to give everything to labor and by complaints from union leaders that the amendments still would leave it a slave labor law The President was said to have sought at Tuesdays WhiteHouse conference to get Democratic lead ers astwell as the Republicans behindthe general objectives of his new look military program aimed at increasing combat strik ing power through new weapons while reducing manpower WASHINGTON ft The Secret Service Wednesday picked up a man they described as i a fourth suspect in the New Years Eve theft of new bills from the Bureau of Engraving The service earlier had reported recovery of all but of the money Charles Nelson of Chapel Oaks Md 27 a Negro was brought un der custody to the field office of the Secret Service in the Treasury early Wednesday the service said Broke Open The case broke open Tuesday with the arrest of a bureau em ploye his wife and a softspoken little flagpoleipainter on a tip fur allnight soul search the father of the woman The Secret Service identified Nelson as a cousin of James Rufus Landis 29 who was held under bail Tuesday following his arrest Landis t was picked up at work at the Bureau of Engraving his 26yearoid wife Mamie was arrested at their apartment and a neighbor William Giles 27 was the third to be nabbed All are Negroes t Phone Tip The three were arrested follow ing an early morning phone1 tip to the VirigniaState Police from Irving Grant father of Mrs Land is Beforethe daywas over 300 in threeseparate of on Grants had been recovered The charge was taking money from the federal government The Secret Service also an nounced it had picked up a young woman in Washington early Wednesday andwas questioning her about reports that she ac companied Nelson Landis and Gileson a moneyspending tourof Baltimore and Washington over the weekend Her name was not given Outlives Insurance Policy SALT LAKE CITY tfA 96yearold Salt Lake City man Tuesday beneficiary of his own life insurance policy The B Tuttle look out the policy in 1884 His pre mium payments ended in 1899 The Mutual Life Insurance Co of New York said Tuttle had outlived the life span covered1 by mortality ei firm said he himself as beneficiary of the policy when he took it out 69 years ago Tell Red German Program Molotov Meet on Atomic Pool Talks MOSCOW Ambassador Charles con ferred with Soviet Foreign MinisterTrM Molotov Wednes day for further discussions of President Eisenhowers pro posals for the peaceful use of atomic energy It was the second time in a week that Bohlen and Molotov have conferred on this topic Molotov requested Wednesdays meeting The US Embassy give no details of the talks At their first meeting discussed procedures on beginning international atomic talks Meantime the West Berlinnews paper TelegraE reported Molotov would enter the Big Four confer ence here Jan 25 with a fivepoint program for settling the German would propose problem It said Molotov in this order Formation of a provisional German government all Abolition of the Iron Curtain frontier between Germany East and West Free nationwide elections for an allGerman constituent of a German goverri Formation ment Talks abouta peace treaty to be concluded with a unified SEEKS DES MOINES iffi George E OMalley Des Moines attorney has announcedhe will be a Demo cratic candidate reelectionas state senator fromPolk County Group Will Help Hef ties DBS MOINES you built like a blimp Wahta get rid weight of your extra Then join Calories Anonymous The movement organiza tion for ovenjveight persons is bei ing Mrs Helen Lovell nutritionist in the State HealthDe partnient Calories Anonymous she says is patterned Alcoholics AnonymousM And she the prganizatJon to help lots men and women to slim down Too Ldvell says is one of the most pressing health problems ofthe present day i Probably r40 per cent pE ih6 men and women inthis state faro more than 10 pounds overweight she said The idea meeting1 in jrpups with others facing the same Jroblcm USWarns Korea on PWs t SEOUL Korea well Taylor bluntly warned South KoreaWednesday he will unleash us 8th Army against South Korean troops if any attempt is made to free the more than anti Communist prisoners from Indian custody The sharply worded statement was made in an official release which will be delivered to hc day night In the statement South Korean government Wednes Taylor no ticed the threat made Tuesday by South Korean Foreign Minister Pyun Yung Tae that the RQK army might take some action the Indian custodial troops ciin tLnue their screening of the antiCommunist prisoners The United Nations Taylor mcnt said had invitedtheattentionof the Republic of Korea government to the groundless nature of j the al legations of this official agafnstthe custodial forces of India nd had made clear its InJenUon to charge its full responsibility paragraph six of the the armistice f V   

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