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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 10, 1954, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for tht MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS moi VOL LXI Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 10 1954 This Paper Consists of Two Ona No 27 MARINE MEMORIAL President Eisenhower and Vice Presiden were among thousands of celebrities and spectators who took part in the dedication Wednesday of the new Marine Corps memorial The memorial weighing 100 tons is lo cated across the Potomac in Washington D C Shown are left to right Deputy De fense Secretary Robert Anderson Eisenhower Nixon and Marine Corps Commandant Gen Lemuel Shepherd Jr Iranians Execute Mossadeghs Aide TEHRAN Iran Foreign Minister Hossein Fatemi fire brand of Mohammed Mossadeghs government died before an army firing squad at dawn today for his part in the 1953 plot to unseat the Shah Fatemi was convicted arid sentenced by a military court a month An appeal to Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlevi failed The secret execution at Ghasr Barracks came as a surprise Army said last weekend it woulc A be delayed indefinitely because Russ Warming Up Ike Says of Incident WASHINGTON tf President Eisenhower said Wednesday Rus sia seems to be showing a some what more conciliatory attitude in the latest plane shooting incident than has been the case in earlier similar episodes The President told a news con ference the American photomak ing plane shot down by Soviet fliers off the Japanese coast on Sunday had a right to be where it was in this countrys view But these things are not always as clear cut as they seem and this one is clouded to some extent Ei senhower said The President said he thinks that in this case the Russians have shown a considerable difference of attitude toward American protests than they have in the past although he doesnt know what may come of it J Most of the news conference cen tered around the Sunday plane in cident As to the incidents not being clear cut Eisenhower isaid the plane was shot down in the area of some small Hok kaido the northernmost main Jap anese island The small islands are claimed by the Russians but these claims never have been accepted by the United States or Japan The President had this to say on the question of fighter escorts If such escorts are advisable then we ihould use them His own feeling Is that when we use planes in any risky area we should not make them sitting ducks Fatemi was seriously ill Tehrans military governor Gen Teimour Bakhtiar said Fatemi walked without trembling to the stake where he was blindfoldec and bound He said May God protect you just before four vol leys from the fourman firing squad crumpled Fatemis former chief exPre mier Mossadegh was convicted last December of trying to over throw the monarch He is serving three years solitary imprisonment Gen Fazollah Zahedi the pres ent overthrew Mossadegh Aug 19 1953 after the Shah had fled the country but in the con fusion Fatemi escaped He was captured last March 13 Stabbed by a bystander as he was arrested he was reported near death in a military hospital for several weeks He heard his tria sentence from a stretcher Fatemi was one of the most vi olent spokesmen of the Mossadegh government in its fight with the British over nationalization of the AngloIranian Oil Co In the final days of the Mossadegh regime he bitterly denounced the Shah in pub lic speeches calling the ruler a robber and his court a broth Hovey Pleads Innocent in Sealed Corn Fraud DES MOINES Judge William F R i 1 e y has ordered Frank Hovey 57 Council Bluffs to stand trial in Council Bluffs after Hovey pleaded innocent here to acharge of converting bushels of sealed corn to his own use in August 1952 BANK ROBBED MIAMI BEACH Fla nervous bandit Wednesday robbed the Chase Federal Savings and toan Association of an estimated in cash 1 The Soldier Was Read THE RIOT ACT RHYL Walts UP army private haw HM army last FrWay if ht hadnt disliked hit cwnmaiMtimf M much Hes ttayiitf in an extra in the tvardhmiM Cudiatl was by a Mndinf Maj J letter in wfiich wW of ly MM at a pif and aecwMd him belfew Infl like a It ff HIM put yew wiw nSe letter Mid Yew Nfce nwd fceUwtMy fcvlf ffcree mMec away Ne I ftlt Yw ere M ifnerant m a pff and I f M wtH menfcey Yew ere a FRED M BAUM Baum Elected on One Vote at Clear Lake Fred M Baum was elected just ice of the peace at Clear Lake in the general election a week ago by just one vote it was announced Wednesday by County Auditor Ward Hammond It was not a onevote majority There was only one writein vote cast The election was revealed in the official canvass by the Cerro Gor do County board of supervisors Baum a furniture dealer said Wednesday he plans to qualify and serve C E Ashland has been the only justice of the peace at Clear Lake or a number of years and was reelected Nov 2 No one else has sought the office although the city to two justices Clear Lake election officials re ported that an elderly woman asked for information at the elec ion on how to write in a vote for a candidate not listed on the machine ballot In Geneseo Township Claude Angell was elected justice on just three writein votes AEC Group Votes Down Demo Move WASHINGTON UP The Re wblican majority of the Senate louse Atomic Energy Committee Wednesday voted down a Demo cratic move to shelve the contro versial DixonYates power contract until next year The vote was 108 on straight party lines The committee vote came after a secret session of nearly an hour and a half AEC Chairman Lewis Strauss has said he hopes to get he contract signed Thursday Lenox Former Killed in Grinder Accident LENOX BBofe LindeH 25 was njured fatally Tuesday when be cxtae entangled in grinder OB bis farm Ike Submits Asian Pact to Senate Asks Action Soon Senator Hurls Prejudice Charge McCarthy Debate Opens WASHINGTON Watkins told Sen McCarthy Wednesday the only way to get a completely neutral person on the censure is sue would be to pick a deaf dumb and blind person and a Watkins head of the special com mittee which recommended cen sure of McCarthy loosed that thrust when McCarthy suggested there was prejudice on the com mittee The two senators quickly slippcc into a dueling exchange of words after the Senate got down to for mal debate on rebuking McCar thy Wisconsin Republican Watkins Utah Republican laic his committees conclusions on the case for censure before the Senate and McCarthy promptly Pay Hike for Atomic Workers Is Approved OAK RIDGE Tenn atomichydrogen weapons pro duction has been steadied for at least a seven months o chainreacting labor final approval of a package wage boost for atomic workers Ratification by CIO and AFL unions representing workers here and at Paducah virtually ends for a year the recurring threa of crippling production strikes hanging over both places sjnce wage talks first collapsed last April 15 The package deal provides 1 a 6cent hourly increase retroac tive to April 15 2 a 4cent increase effective Jan 5 1955 and 3 an improved holiday schedule It is a compromise between a CIO demand of 15 cents and man agement offer of 6 cents Contract will expire next Oct 15 The increase was sought to off set a 28 per cent rent hike in gov irnmentowned housing here las pring All four plants here one at opcr ated for the Atomic Energy Com mission byCarbide and Carbon Chemicals which under its costplus contract will pass the in creases to the government About CIO workers repre ented by the United Gas Coke and Chemical Workers at Paducah were ast to ratify the proposal by a 60 per cent margin in meetings there Tuesday Some CIO workers tere already had done so Monday nd earlier Tuesday The two plants produce the na tioris entire supply of fissionable ranium235 for atomic and by rogen weapons Another AFL workers rep esented by the Atomic Trades and abor Council at two other less ritical but nonetheless vital plants ere had approved the 6cent in rease last Aug 18 In parallel ne otiations with carbide they ap roved the extra4 cents Monday This gives both unions scale anging from to an our with an automatic boost to a hourly range on Jan 15 School District to Be Largest WEBSTER CITY E a community school district ere which school officials said be the largest of this type in ie state was approved at an elcc on Tuesday Voters in 19 of the 21 districts pproved the merger by a vote of 586 to 310 A major section of amilton County and portions of Wright and Webster counties are ncluded in the square mile rea which has a taxable valua on of About students some 150 more than the present enrollment are expected lo attend Webster ity schools as a result of the con olidation EXCHANGES OPEN NEW YORK exchanges iroughout the United States will emain open Veterans Day Thurs ay Nov 11 Banks will be closed All About rAHIf MOQUl The Weather City Fair and mild Partly cloudy mild Cloudy warm GlobeGazette weather data up o 8 esday Maximum Minimum At I 3t AGO Maximum 51 Minimum M Earl Miller Says He is Candidate t for House Speaker CEDAR FALLS UP State Rep Earl A Miller RCedar Falls announced Tuesday he is a candi date for speaker of the House in the 1955 Iowa Legislature Republican House members who wld a majority of seats in the 108 member chamber will meet next month to name candidates for var ious posts including speaker Miller 51 will be serving his fourth term in the House He is the first to announce his candidacy for the post but several others were considered likely to seek the job which pays a session compared with a session members Other likely candidates include Wendell Pendleton Storm Lake A C Hanson Inwood Vern Lisle Clarinda Ernest Kosek Cedar Rapids A L Mensing Lowden Dewey Goode Bloomfield George Paul Brooklyn and W H Tate tfason City SAME Blaek ieilfc UM Mil challenged that you are not giv ing the facts as they From there they swung into a long ex change which about McCarthys in rcla tion to a Senate Elections Subcom mittee which looked into his finari cial affairs in 1951 and 1952 One ground on which the Watkins Committee recommended censure was that McCarthy took a con temptuous attitude toward the Elections Subcommittee McCar thy contended the subcommittees activities were improper and dis Watkins said his committee hac not gone into the charges before the Elections the only question for the Watkins group was McCarthys attitude toward a regularly constituted Senate body We thought that you should have cooperated with that com mittee and that you could not fulfill your oath to defend the Constitution by damning the com mittee from the very first Watkins told McCarthy Strong I have a strong feeling that under the Constitution the duty of a senator of the United States is to respect committees and to cooperate to the limit particular ly when his own honor the honor of his state and the honor of the Senate are at As McCarthy continued to ham mer at the point that he had a right to criticize the Elections Sub committee becauseof various item EIC picked out of its Wat kins turned to him and said If youre going to take the position now that youre going torbe bounf by all the evidence in that record youre in for serious This brought laughter and some applause from the galleries McCarthy demanded to know if Walkins were aware the charges against McCarthy investigated by Lhe subcommittee were preparec in the headquarters of the Demo cratic National Watkins replied Thats what you McCarthy insisted it was a fad shown by the evidence Stripui Chirgvt Watkins said the evidence before the Elections Subcommittee was admitted into the hearings of the Watkins Committee only to show hat there were serious charges against McCarthy which should have been answered properly McCarthy said newspaper colum nist Constantine Brown had told lim that during the ArmyMcCar hy hearings last spring Watkins stated he hoped a camera shot of iVatkins and McCarthy shaking lands would not be sent to Utah because he could never explain hat to the newspapers of his Watkins denied he had ever said my such thing to any one AP WircphotO BIRTHDAY not po lite to ask a lidyi but tht nations first Udy his no stcrtts Mrs Dwight Eitenhowt Mamie to most will bt 58 Sunday Sht displayed her youthful bangs that chic chapeau at surprise prebtrth day party in Washington Churches Ask U S to Hove Sth Program WASHINGTON hun dred Protestant Catholic and Jew ish leaders Wednesday asked Presi dent Eisenhower to start a point five program that would empha size the spiritual motivation bchinc this countrys Point Four aid to underdeveloped countries The suggestion was part of a report on the nations spiritual re sources and how they may be mo bilized to brighten Americas fu ture here and abroad Its presentation at a brief While House ceremony marked the high pointin the threeday annual meet ing of the National Conference of Christians and Jews which is ded icated to promoting understanding among the three faiths The report entitled One Nation Under was prepared by a committee from 40 national organ izations in cooperation with the conference Mrs Lewis W Doug las wife of the former ambassador lo Great Britain made the presen tation in the absence of her hus band who was ill America is being depicted abroad as materialistic and capa able of acting only in terms of self sh the report said The extent to which America is guided y her m o r a t and spiritual re sources is generously and con structively distributing her materi al goods is not realized The ime has come for a point five program which will positively re ate our political military and economic activities to our moral and spiritual Important Link for U West Dulles Also Gives Backing WASHINGTON M President Eisenhower Wednesday asked Senate to ratify the Southeast Asia collective security pact as an im portant link in the free worlds defense against any Communist ag gression In a special message submitting the treaty the President said it is designed to promote security and peace in Southeast Asia and the Southwest Pacific by deterring Communists and other aggression in that He added The Southeast Asia collective defense treaty complements our other security treaties in the Pa cific and constitutes an important link in the collective security of the free nations of Southeast Asia and the Action Soon The Pacific pact was signed at Manila Sept 8by the United States Australia Fiance New Zealand Pakistan the Philippines Thailand and the United Kingdom The President asked the Senate to give early and favorable con sideration to ratification of the treaty The White House said however that the President still is not lopk ing for action on the pact new 84th Congress January It said open is a Eisenhower for defense against both armed attack and internal He went on lo say that included in the treaty is an understanding that the United States would regard internal subversion as dangerous Lo our peace and security as would ae a Communist armed The treatycalls the President said for economic cooperation to enable the free countries of this area to gain strength and vigor not only militarily but also socially and Dullti Lttttr The White House message also ncluded a letter to the President from Secretary of State Dulles who personally negotiated the pact n Manila Dulles told the Presi dent the agreement is an important deterrent to Communist aggression and a bulwark in the mainte nance of peace and security in the Pacific The secretary of i o w e v e r that WINDOWS ARE personnel are shown assisting passengers through windows and emergency exits of an American Airlines Convair after It made an emer gency landing at Glenview Navy Air Station near Chicago Fortythree persons including the wife of Illinois governor got out without icratches when the plane came down on afaulty landing gear state advised no material changes in the military planning of the United States will be re quired by our participation At present U S plans call for maintaining at all times powerful naval and air forces in the West ern Pacific capable of striking at any aggressor by means and at places of our choosing As I explained at the Manila conference the responsibilities of the United States are so vast and far flung that we believe we would serve best not by earmarking forces for particular areas of the Far East but by developing the deterrent of mobile striking power plus strategically placed re Air Force Clerk Is Found Guilty of Accepting Bribes SAN ANTONIO WA Randolph Air Force Base general court mar tial Tuesday found SSgt Joel Graslum 25 a personnel clerk guilty of accepting a bribe to in fluence an overseas assignment The court sentenced Graslum Valley City N to a bad con duct discharge confinement at hard labor for six months and for feiture of pay per month for six months Graslum was one of two airmen charged after investigation into re ports that Air Force personnel had paid to escape overseas or ders and to obtain Stffl awaiting court martial trial Airman 2C Robert 3 Devries n PelTa Iowa facet aimtlar charges   

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