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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 30, 1954, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Associated jlctis anij United Jresa Full CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT M A K E S ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION Sevuti CcnU a Copy GOP Chiefs Fight Toward Corriprqmise Still Seek Way to Avoid Split WASHINGTON Beleaguered Republican senatorial lenders hacked nivay through a tangle of words Saturday in an effort to find a constitutional treatypower amendment acceptable to Presi dent Eisenhower and Sen Bricker A new set of words to which Bricker raised no final objections was reported to have been sub mitted by Sen Knowland of Cali fornia the GOP leader to Eisen hower Friday night No Indication There was no public indication of the Presidents reaction after Knowlands unscheduled White House visit None of those concerned would be specific about this newest of a dozen attempted compromises in the fight to one down a proposal by Bricker that a treaty shall become effective as internal law in the United States only through legislation which would be valid in absence of treaty This socalled which clause objected lo by Eisenhower on thc grounds that it would permit states to repudiate some treaties re mained thc center of contention Bricker was willing to go only a litlle distance away from it other conferees reported Republicans brought Democratic Leader Lyndon B Johnson and Sen George and Sen Russell Georgia Democrats into their ef forts Friday to obtain either some kind of compromise with Bricker or language on which a bipartisan majority might agree Monday Deadline Knowland pxit a Monday dead line on efforts lo round out a sub stitute bif Previous deadlines set for a week ago and Friday Chairman Millikin Colo of the conference of all GOP senators said he is hopeful that a break is near in thc battle which has found Republicans fighting each other There w e re indications that Bricker and his supporters were leaning more towards compromise evidence mounted that their strength in the Senate was ebbing Sen McCarran DNev appar ently signaled a break in Brickcrs lines by introducing his own ver sion of a proposed amendment without the controversial which clause MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JANUARY 30 1954 This Paper Consists o Two One BabySitter 14 Shoots Child Wh dnt S y in B Report fo Congress Reveal Gains in Using Atom for Power Heat n L M Brower loft and County Attorney G W clerks vault in thc courthouse in hreakirrarid robbery early Saturday burglars used stolen equipment to cut through the steel door of the vault The acetylene tanks foreground were abandoned after entry was made The arrow points to the hole cut around the lock in the door Thieves Break Into Hancock Courthouse at Garner Steal Gash Destroy Legal Records By KEN BERG GlobeGazette Staff Writer experts from the Iowa Bureat nhnary WcUpn following a breakin and rob at the Hancock County courthouse The state agents were called in by Sheriff L M Brower eame PParent that undetermined amount of Plan Trials for Prisoners SEOUL US Army plans soon to file airtight court martial charges against former prisoners of war who betrayed fel low Americans in return for Com munist favors it was reported Sat to all county officials until the agents had finished searching for latent fingerprints or other clues Entrance to the building was made by forcing a basement door The burglars believed to be two or more men burned a hole in the door of the safe in the clerks office with an acetylene torch rifled the urday An informed source said the Army delayed prosecution of he men until it was certain that no more of theoriginal 23 Americans who chose Communism would change thctr minds and return to US jurisdiction Two of the 23 did return and charges have been filed against one of them Cpl Edward S Dick enson of Big Stone Gap Va The other 21 have been dishonorably discharged from the Army and left to the Reds No actionhas been taken so far against soldierswho returned in the prisoner exchange last sum mer although fellow prisoners pointed out some of them as men who would sell their country for a cigaret On The Hofy Family Defeats St Joe In 6433 Game files a itd destroyed a number of valuable papers The money which was kept in a file box was missing Left Behind Brower said the torch and two tanks of acetylene gas used in cut Ling into the vault were left behind by thc men The equipment had been stolen Friday evening from the Dodge and Plymouth garage Inside the east entrance of the building the men broke open an automatic soft drink cooler and took what money was inside the amount unknown The breakiirwas discovered Sat ing at 7 oclock It had been ex pected the courthouse would be busier than usual on Saturday as Hancock County automobile own ers rushed to pay their 1954 license fees before the deadline Brower said the burglars used a gray Chevrolet club coupe to make their getaway out of the city The car later found abandoned at the west city limits had been stolen garage where the cutting equipment was taken Taken Bud Phipps one of the partners in the garage staled the men apparently paused at his establish ment long enough to break open he cash drawer and take about which it contained Several other offices in the court louse also were entered Brower added An attempt was made to cut into a large safe in the treas urers office hut that the thick ness of the metal withstood the Tlle Atomic Energy Commission AEC reviewed plans Saturday for using atomic energy and its byproducts to drive submarines faster generate power and even heat some of its own buildings Ifc reported advances in knowledge needed for an atomic submarine that would be faster and otherwise superior to the two already under tion but gave no details in its 15th semiannual report to Congress Saturday The commission said work in the ast six months has increased the possibility that reactors to produce industrial atomic power can be Duilt and fueled at costs to make it competitive with conventional energy Faster Tempo The period also has brought gen eral progress in weapons produc ion and research and a faster empo in all phases of tho military and peacetime aspects of the atomic program the report said The heating of buildings pro ides a new use for an atomic plants heat in the water used to cool atomic reactors Sen Jackson DWash said last Oct 26 such a plan had 8 New Lab WASHINGTON Exis fence of a super secret Hbomb laboratory at Livermore Calif was officially disclosed Saturday for the first time The disclosure was made by the Atomic lEneray Corn mission in its reporlStft Congress The Tab Von for the AEC by the University of Call forma has been operating a year and a half since June Some 1500 scientists and techni cians work there But not until Saturday had the AEC ever admitted the lab exist ed Not even in Saturdays report did the commission forthrightly tag Livermore as an Hbomb laboratory It used the ajlinclu srve word weapons instead Murder Charges in Triple Killing FAIRMONT Minn tin County Attorney Arthur Edman who filed first degree murder charges against 15yearold Rich ard Wisdorf Friday said a grand jury will i consider an indictment against the boy when the regular District Court term begins March Charges against the youth who has admited slaying his parents and grandmother were filed only a few hours after funeral services for the parents Mr and Mrs Tony Wisdorf were held at Sher burn Minn Funeral services for Mrs Augusta Larson the youths grandmother were scheduled at 2 pm Saturday JAPAN BOUNDStill on their honeymoon Joe DiMaigio left and Marilyn Monroe are shown as they board a airliner from San Francisco with Frank Lefty 0 Doul manager of the San Diego baseball team The newlywecls are accompanying ODoul to Japan where he will open the baseball season Dulles Molotov Slate Parley on Ikes AtomicPower Plan teen developed by the General Electric Co and the commission eport said the project is being arried out Hitherto all such atomgenerated eat in this country has been wasted though the British for sev ral years have been keeping build ngs warm in this way New Heating System The commission said it plans to ntroduce the new heating system s part of an expansion program ow under way at its Hanford Vash plutoniummaking plant It nil be hooked up to a new produc under construction on reactor icre Twenty buildings will be healed courtesy of the atom Dr Marcus Bach to Speak in Mason City Thursday 5 North Iowa Band Festival June 8 Limited to 85 Bands 16 rAII About The Weaiher Mason City Partly cloudy warmer Sunday Sunday partly cloudy and wanner Minnesota Fair not quite so cold west and central GlobeGazette weather data to 8a m Saturday Maximum 37 Minimum B At 8 a m 6 YEAR AGO Maximum J7 Minimum 9 Meeting Is Set After Big 4 Session BERLIN WVThe foreign minis ters of the United States and the Soviet Union meet Saturday night in the first top level discussion of President Eisenhowers proposal to put atomic power to work for peaceful purposes Over cocktails and caviar Friday night Russias V M Molotov and Americas John Foster Dulles ar ranged to come to grips with the problem of how to make nuclear energy an aid to better living in stead of a horrible device for sud den death Will Meet Again Molotov and Dulles will meet again Saturday night after the regular session of the Big Four foreign ministers They will have with them only a minimum number of advisers and interpreters From this meeting may come an indication o just how far the Sov iet Union is ready to go on Presi dent Eisenhowers proposal of last Dec 8 that the world powers prin cipally involved with atomic devel opment pool their energy and know how for peaceful purposes The Birds Werent Scared SS set up an eerie din at sundown Thiladelphia unlimbered its new sound weapon aimed taghtemng thousands of starlings from lofty roosts atop City Hall Ve r1Dg SOUnds minSIed with the chatter of the starlings sound circuiated of the starlings once and for all But the starlings apparently just sat back and laughed Few left ew e engineered the project said hell try Lain tonight He explained there were technical difficulties on the initial Italys Government Falls New Political Crisis Opens ROME W Aniintore Fanfanis fel1 Saturday oId Christian wh0 when the third in six months was toppled of Deputies refused to give Fanfan a e 8ainat him fellowtraveling Socialists Monarchists The decision to hold an atomic meeting Saturday night was taken at a dinner in the Soviet sector headquarters of Molotov where Dulles and top American staff members were his guests Battle Over Germany Only an hour earlier they had left the conference table where they had battled over whether Germansfrom both sides of the Iron Curtain should sit with them in discussing Germanys future Molotov had demanded that the Germans be seated But the Westwm ern foreign ministers insisted that ing German representatives could speak in council only after a re j CAJPTUttlNG A BUM STEERLjts probably not the handlers aided by police take a they handle this sort of 7f Mit ed to a slaughterhouse on the lower west side of Manhattan It tJok 15 sS handlers and more than a dozen cops an hour to overcome HoTe union through honest and free all German elections The Soviet Un ion has refused to go along with the election proposal Not Contribute Much French Foreign Minister Georges Bidault said the two regimes in Communist East and the democratic so far apart he did not think their presence would contribute much to a settlement He deplored the lack of German representation but said It is better than to see them tear themselves to pieces before our eyes i British Foreign Secretary An thony Eden said Britain could not accept Molotovs proposition Yellow Lines Go to Center AMES nopassing lines will be painted in the cente ofthe paving on two stretches o Iowa highways next summer The Iowa Highway Commissioi said the change Will be made on Highway 30 from Clinton to Ame and on Highway 69 from Jewel to Indianola These two stretches are predom mantly wider than 18 feet The no passing lines on hilli and curves now are in the center of traffic lanes But the commis sion said Saturday that within two years practically all yellow lines will be in thecenter of the pav Fascists proWestern Democratic S o c i a 1 i s ts and even one of his own Christian Democrats combined to defeat the The commission shifted the lines to the center of the traffic lane because it found that on 18foot paving the wheels of vehicles quickly wore the lines away when they were in the center of the paving SAME DEATH JN NO TBAFfTO 54 46yearold premier Only the Christian Democrats save one trade union member and the Republican party with five votes stood by Fanfani and his ambitious program of antiCommu nism and social reform The Lib eral party a small center group with 12 votes abstained Stubby balding Fanfani stalked out of the chamber immediately after the vote and announced he was going to lunch Already plans were laid for start ing the nowfamiliar process by which Italy searches for a new government Monday President 8YearOid Killedin Des Moiries Boys Statement Tells Details DES MOINES 14year old babysitter confessed Saturday he shot and killed an 8yearold boy in anger because he kept getting out of bed and asking to Play guns sheriff Tom Reilly said After allnight questioning they said Garry Browning admitted he fired a 20gauge shotgun blast into the chest of Bobby Hopp about pm The dead boys parents Mr and Mrs John Hopp were at the Johnnie Hopp DriveIn which they own when the shooting occurred The boy was being held in tha County Jail Changes Story Reilly said the boy first told officers Bobby was shot accident ally while they were examining the shotgun but later changed his story The boy said he had 0 babysit with Bobby and the lopps 19monthold baby boy Fri day night Deputy Sheriff Howard Aligood quoted from the boys statement When I got to Hopps home I was not in good humor because I didnt want to work at baby sitting at all because I was always being interrupted by Bobby Hopps when 1 tried to sleep Mrs Hopp took me o her home about 9 last night then she and some other woman left after elling Bobby he was to stay in jed Mrs Hopp made Bobby go o bed then about a half hour ater while I was asleep on tha couch Bobby came arid woke up Bobby wanted to play guns but I told him to go to bed and stay there He did go back to bed Last Chance He came back two or three times and wanted to play while I was trying to get back to sleep I said Bobby Im giving you the last chance either you go to bed or else Then I got up from the couch and went into Bobbys bedroom got the shotgun out of the case and walked back into the living room and got a shell in the drawer in the desk in the living room As I walked back toward Bobby who was standing over by a big green chair I put the shellinto the shotgun I thought I had put the safety on After I put the shell into the gun Bobby said I wont go to bed till Im ready1 Then I said Okay Bobby Then I walkedover in front of the big red chair and brought the shotgun upto my hip slowly and the gun was pointing right at Bobby Bobby just stood there and I brought my hand slowly back to ward the trigger I thought then that Bobby would go to bed but he wouldnt So I pulled the trigger anyway I knew the gun discharged I saw Bobby fall and I dropped the gun went over to Bobby turned him over and saw he was bleeding badly Garry earlier had said the shot Luigi Einaudi will start his round amining it of consultations to find the next premier And already the Christian Dem ocrat press was pointing to a strong contender Alcide de Gaspe ri the lean old statesman who guided Italy through eight years of stable government after the war Doctor Orders Writer to Bed NAIROBI Kenya WKAmerican Novelist Ernest Hemingway who urvived two air crashes in the angles of Central Africa last week nd was confined to bed in his ho el Saturday His physician has forbidden any isitors for the 55yearold writer Hemingway is believed to be suf enng reaction to the crashes in Uganda gun went off while Bobby was ex CAtKY tdOWWIMO
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