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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 6, 1954, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LXI Associated Press and United Press Full Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY NOVEMBER 6 19S4 This Paper Consists of Two Ono No 24 Davies Firing May Ignite Controversy Hoegh to Do Own Thinking Budget Work Is First Job By DWIGHT MCCORMACK DBS MOINES imGov Elec Leo A Hoegh left no doubt Satu day that he wants help in reachin the budget recommendations h will make to the 1955 Legislator after it convenes next January But he was equally emphatic tha his conclusions will be his own Hoegh presently attorney gen cral said he put first things first during his recent paign to become the states chie executive For that reason he continued he hadnt had time to study th askings announced while the cam paign was going hot and heavy b such large state agencies as th Board of Education Board of Con trol and Board of Social Welfare Own Conclusions I certainly will give considera tlon to the suggestions of Gov Wi S Beardsley State Comptax ler Glenn D Sarsfield and th State Legislative Interim Commit Hoegh said He added However Im going to com to my own conclusions I want t make a personal study and I wan to hear from the department themselves Hoegh declined to make any esti mate of the percentage of increas in appropriations he might ask particularly for the three educa tional institutions under the boarc of education state aid t schools In his campaign he repeatedlj advocated what amounts to nearl doubling the state aid to schools to a total of about 34 million dol lars a year He also reiterated that the educational institution should be provided for adequately both for operating expenses anc building improvements Hoegh proposed speec up primary highway imprbviments the present temporary fifth cen of gas tax to be continued and an other penny added Whatever I said in my cam paign I expect to abide he declared Those were definite commitments I didnt justsay those things with the expectation of gaining votes and then aban doning The State University of Iowa is asking an increase of about 14 per cent in operating expenses Iowa State College 12 per cent and Iowa State Teachers College 8 per cent The board of control request is for a boost ofabout 40 percent and the board of social welfare wants about the same There has been some public reaction for more for old age assistance Strong Move Hoegh said he still thinks a strong move for efficiency ant economy in government vide more funds and that if more state revenue is needed hewoulc look toward increasing the state income tax That levy is the one based most nearly on ability to pay he said Im going to be very familiar with the askings before I decide on my the at torney general commented We will start the biennial budget hear ings some time in December Governor Beardsley and Mr Sars field will attend I havent decided yet whether to ask the interim committee to sit However for the and his wife will leave Monday on a vacation of 10 days or two weeks He commented Were really go ing into hiding Nobody but Leo and Mary Louise Mrs Hoegh knows where we are Father Sentenced for Striking Tot KEOKUK Frame 31 Keolcuk was sentenced to six months in county jail Friday after pleading guilty to a charge of ftrilring his 6monthsold daughter Theresa The child was found to have a fracture Sept 1 Frame told polite Chief E C Albtrt be was awakened at night crying offered her t milk and when she re ftewi tt bt jfirack ber In Des Moines Talk Oxnam Asks Better Teacher Treatment RECOGNIZE THE movie fans will have no trouble recognizing6the brunette on the right as Olivia de Havilland but even her best acquaintances are having trouble with the identity of the blonde at left who also is Miss de Havilland She bleached her hair to play the Swedish nurse in Not As a now being filmed in Holly wood As a result shes drawing wolf whistles from truck drivers while driving to the studio WATER MATTER WEBSTER Mass iratt motorists began turning up in droves Friday night two local gas station owners found out they had been filling get with water After much confusion a great deal of free towing and carburetor cleaning the blame was placed on a tank truck shipment made by a Worcester gallons of water to one dealer and 850 gallons to the other The explanation was that an empty truck had been filled with water to make it more easily when returning from a delivery However someone overlooked that when the truck was hauled out of the company to make the Webster delivery On Nov IS Dr Mayo to Speak at Osage Students Fete Rotations Host to Foreigners at Thanksgiving co iperation with the S Depart ment of State have secured pr lharles Mayo as heir speaker on Thursday Nov If at Osage for the foreign students ireThanksgiving program Dr Mayo head of the American Association of United Nations del gate to the Eighth Assembly of he surgeon at the Mayo ilinie professor of surgery for the layo Foundation graduate schoa the University of Minnesota member of the board of regents oJ arleton Collegeand editor of the medical journal Post Graduate is to be guest at the otary dinner at at Osage Lutheran Fellowship Hall e will speak at the Osage High ichool gymnasium at The Rotary program this year nables the entire community and urrounding area to participate in ic foreign student plan Hereto ore the Rotary Club has assumed he entire cost of the program in ddition to the many hosts and ostesses Many persons wished to e a part of the plan yet were un ble to house students This year the plan has been de ised which enables all to coop ratej Tickets are on sale at the sage banks at Osage drug stores nd the Chamber of Commerce of ce Two hundred tickets for the din er are available said Joseph B Casey whowas president of Osage lotary when the program was iri ugurated four years ago at Thanksgiving time The program as spread to the of world with the Department of tate releasing films and the story About 50 students are brought an ually to Osage in late November o spend a typical Thanksgiving in typical American home Gen Clark to Give Talk at Ames Tuesday AMES UPMJetj Markdark ormer Army commander in Eor and will lecture on War and Atoms at Iowa tate College Tuesday Now 9 the ollefe ftuoonced Saturday V DR CHARLES MAYO Ike to Dedicate Wing of Museum WASHINGTON dfi President Eisenhower will fly next Wednes day to his boyhood home in Abi lene Kan to dedicate a wing of the Eisenhower Museum now un der construction The trip previously had been an Detaflsstill were not complete Saturday However the WhiteHouse said the President would arrive at the Smoky Hill Force Base at Salina reach Abi lene about an hour later The i President will spend the night of Nov 10 at the Sunflower Armistice Day museum ceremony will take place at 11 Thursday after which the President is expected to start back here rAII About The Weather City Mostly fair Iowa Fair and warmer Minntwta Fair warm FMttWMMM Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 Satur day Maximum Minimum At 8 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 74 32 36 40 14 New Senators Expected at Censure Case WASHINGTON UP Five new of whom ever has served with Sen expected here Monday for the opening of the session to consider whether to censure the Wisconsin senator They are Roman L Hruska and Mrs George P Apel of Nebraska Norris Cotton of New Hampshire Ernest S Brown of Nevada and Charles E Daniel of South Caro lina All but Daniel are Republi cans Mort Changes There is a possibilitythat there will be some further changes in the 96man jury on the McCar thy censure case while the special session is under way This depends on how long it lasts Hruska now a member of the House was elected Tuesday to fill out the remaining four years of the term of the late Sen Hugh Butler Hruska will succeed Sen Reynolds RNeb temporarily ap pointed to succeed Butler Mrs Abel was elected only for twomonth term running until Jan 3 She will succeed Eve Bowring RNeb who was ap pointed to the seat of the late Sen Griswold RNebL House Members Cotton who also is a House member was elected to complete he remaining two years of the term of the late Sen Tobey He displaces Sen Upton named last year as Tobcys suc cessor Daniel was appointed to fill out he remaining two months of the term of Maybank who died after Congress quit in Aur just His successor J Strom Thurmond Democrat ran for the ull term starting in January Youth Admits Slaying Girl Mass ft Dist Atty Myron Lane said Saturday that a 15yearold boy has con essed the brutal slaying of Gcral dine Annese also 15 whose nude jody was discovered Friday in a arage near her home Lane named the boy as Peter Wakarewicz who lived around he corner from the Annese home The boy reenacted the crime be ore a horrified crowd including iis own mother Lane said the boy admitted after illnight questioning he killed the irl in the cellar of her own home and then dragged the body to the garage The boy was taken to the garage landcuffed and was set upon by he dead girls stepbrother Philip erose Derose grabbed Peter and lad to be palled away by police Derose shonted at the boy My sisters dead My mothers DES MOINES who declare that in every little red schoolhouse there is a little red teacher bear false wit ness that is well nigh Methodist Bishop G Bromley Oxnam of Washington D told the Iowa State Education Assn centennial convention Saturday In remarks prepared for a general session of the convention for which delegates registered Bishop Oxnam asserted the teach in g profession deserves better treatment at the hands of the American It is unfair and he said to call upon our teachers to serve in crowded classrooms anc in antiquated structures for inade quate remuneration but what is even worse the teacher has had to face the criticism of ignora muses who have gratituously questioned the teachers patriot Foes of Schools Bishop Oxnam said self ap pointed illiterates have organized agencies under high sounding names for the alleged purpose oJ saving our schools from subver sion and have contributed to un dermining the very bastion of the free way of He added No Communist could want more ihan to have the American lose faith in our school The bishop said it is the duty of each community to mobilize the necessary resistance to these forces of the He also urged that rc igion be taught as a classroom subject but en dorsed as prop er the restric tions against ad vocacy of any particular creed Our c h i 1 he 5 Mason City Teachers Get State Posts Education Assn in Annual Convention DES MOINES UP Sections and departments of the IowaState Education Assn elected officers Friday Presidents elected included Mrs Hazel McCollough Mason City classroom teachers reelected W Earl Harmon Creston secondary school principals C C Pelcrson Indianola school administrators Neil Puhl journal ism directors Mrs Florence Barr Des Moines former educators Germaine Mohr Scott County ru ral teachers Ernest W Barker Council Bluffs county superintend ents Carl Thoreson Eagle Grove Junior college Robert M George Anamosa industrial arts Nellie Jones Clinton English teach ers K T Cook Postville schbo men Paul J Boysen Jesup busi ness education Mrs Virginia Galbreath DCS Moines school nurses Guy Habe nicht Grundy Center guidance Eva Barker Adcl foreign lan guage Don J Stout junior high Mrs Clara Mangan Davenport elementary supervisors Jonkert Mason City speech Treeman Reid Dubuquc elemen tary principals and Helen Reich owa City deans of women and advisers of girls In addition Ken Griffin of Mason ity was elected secretary of Ihe Iowa Business Education Assn Ariene Daum also of Mason City was chosen vice president of the English teachers unit LOSS REPORTED DETROIT ffi Chrysler Corp officials have disclosed the com pany lost in the third quarter of this year SAM E D OXNAM said have full right to know thai there is a common Father of us all that we belong to one family and that love must rule to the end that enduring social unity may Special Plaque The schools will determine whether tomorrows skies are to filled with falling bombs or to morrows streets are to be filled with Bishop Oxnam said At a Friday night ceremony the SEA was presented a plaque salut ng 100 years of education in Iowa The DCS Moines Chamber of Commerce made the presenta tion to ISEA President Frank Hil dreth of Des Moines Childers Sentenced to Term in Prison COUNCIL BLUFFS Wi Joseph Childers 46 Council Bluffs pleaded guilty Saturday to a charge of manslaughter and sen enced to not exceed eight years in he State Penitentiary District Fudge Charles Roe also fined Childers The manslaughter charge re placed a second degree murder charge filed in a preliminary in ormation in Municipal Court in connection with the death of Jesse forrez 40yearold Council Bluffs avcrn operator JOHN P DAVIES Believe Ike New Congress Can Get Along WASHINGTON Two Scnat veterans of opposing partie Saturday said President Eisen hower a Republican and the Democratic Congress should b able to work harmoniously for th next two years Sen Russell of Georgia one o the several southern Democrats i line for important committe chairmanships when his part takes over sounded this theme discussing prospects for legislatio under the new 84th Congress Somt Difftrcnctt Of course there will be som he said m an inter view bat the Democrats will giv Eisenhower fair consideration o his legislative proposals eve though we may have some of ou own to of Vermont Republ can chairman of the Senate Agn culture Committee in the lust Con gross seemed equally optimist in telling a reporter We Had a pretty good record i the 83rd Congress and I thin theres a good chance of improv ing it in the The two legislators spoke afte the new postelection harmon wave Friday had surged forwar at least for the lime being on tw fronts In W a s h i n g I o n Eiscnhowe called congressional leaders o both parties to a Nov 17 confer ence on foreign policy U Eager Senate Majority Leader Know and of California said after White House conference that th President was eager to get on cor dial and constructive workin terms with the Democrats In Bonham Democrat eaders Rep Sam Rayburn anc Sen Lyndon Johnson held a 15 minute meeting in Rayburns Jai office Johnson said afterward hat the Democratic program will e to maintain a united countrj rather than to have constant hick ering among different NEW PARK CHIEF WASHINGTON tf Lemuel A jon Garrison a native ofPella owa has been appointed chief o conservation and protection for the National Park Service The girls mother has been grief ricken since learning of the trag edy SUI HOMECOMING of the top floats in the originality division of the 1954 SUI homecoming parade at Iowa City was this float depicting an Iowa hen rock ing back and forth in a Purdue nest with the slogan Were Laying for Delta Upsilon fraternity and Delta Gamma sorority collaborated on this one Claim He Gave Aid to Moscow Diplomat in China Dispute By JOHN M HIGHTOWER WASHINGTON WVThe security aring of veteran diplomat John Pa ton Davies Jr on grounds of lack of judgment discretion and reli ability threatened Saturday to bei come a new center of public con troversy Secretary of State Dulles an nouncing the immediate dismissal of a key figure in the 10yesrold dispute over Americas China pol cy said Friday he was affirming lie unanimous findings of a spec ial fiveman security board Dulles said neither he nor the panel found Davies disloyal in the sense of having any Communist af inity or that he consciously helped an enemy of this country Dulles announced he had decided with the board that the continued employment of Mr Davies is not clearly consistent with of national 8 Davies who had been cleared eight times under the Truman ad ministration announced he would not contest the decision But he de clared in a statement he did not eel there were adequate grounds or it DavieS had been in the dip lomatic service for 23years much of the time in China He got the word of his dismissal in a personal talk with Dulles and shortly before a public announce ment That announcement did not say on what specific points in Davies record the decision against him was based Slate Department officials were unable to say what effect the dis missal would have on Davies re tirement benefits but the New York Times said he loses those benefits which he otherwise could lave collected in less than four years Davies 46 has been a diplomatic and political storm center for years jccausc during the latter stages of World War II he urged that the U S take firm steps to revitalize Nationalist Chinas Kuomintang party Slate Department records al ready published show that Davies said such a revitalized party could e a significant force1 in a coal tion government with the Commu measure designed to fore stall outright Red conquest If Chiang KaiSheks party could not be Davies said he U S should consider trying o win cooperation from the Chi nese Reds V Davies has been criticized by hose who claim officials did not do enough to help the strug ling Chiang regime while it still vas on the mainland and that this contributed to the Bed victory here McCarthy Last year Sen McCarthy said he Eisenhower Administration struck out by not firing Davies The possibEity of further contro versy in the Davies affair arises rom several factors 1 Davies said he had asked Dol es to make public the whole rec ord on my case including my 1950 ecommendations that we seek a ireventive showdown with the Sov et This was the first hint that he had made such a proposal 2 It appeared probable that the Foreign Service Journal a maga ine published by foreign service fficers would also ask publica ion of the record on the ground hat the Dulles announcement did ot make the issues clear for the uture guidance of U S diplomats Also asking publication was for tier Ambassador George F Ken an a prominent career diplomat vhom Dulles retired last year in onsequence of differences over wlicy Kennan called Davis dis missal ill 3 Democratic Party leaders re irning to power in the next Con ress have indicated they intend investigate security firings of ie Eisenhower Administration The Davies dismissal falls into that ategory TOUCHYGUY LONDON UP Bernard Haw ey 29 was fined for Ilegedly trying to strangle bus onductor William Henry Lloydi hen Lloyd asked him for hk fare   

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