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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 13, 1954, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for tht MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THl NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LXI Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY NOVEMBER 13 1954 This Paper Consists at Two One No 31 After Unique Rail Haul From West Wyoming Cattle at Gamer Trip Made in Record Time on New Cars Feeding Stop Made at North Platte fastest rail hau of western feeder cattle on recor ended here Saturday morning a the sun peeped over the horizon More than head of choic feeders were unloaded at the Gar ner Sales Co yards between 6 an 8 a m from 37 new special roller bearing cattle cars which ha brought them from the Jackson Hole area of Wyoming They made the trip in recon time on Union Pacific Railroac rolling stock via North Platte Neb where they were unloaded for feed ing Midnight Arrival The rail trip began in Victor Idaho on cars especially equipped for the record attempt the longes trip through mountains and plains ever attempted in 36 hours the maximum time feeders can go without feed and water After the North Platte rest the feeders were reloaded and arrivec here at midnight Friday They are consigned to E C Buntenbach operator of the sales company one of the largest organizations of its kind in the state A railroad representative as he watched the unloading said This is one of the most unusual runs in the history of It is one of the first times that livestock have been shipped on the new rol lerbearing equipped cars Fast Work The trip began as an oldfash ioned drive as the steers and heifers were driven overland from Wyoming to the Utah railroad a distance some The scene here early Saturday morning resembled awes tern cattle drive as employes mounted on trained horses shuttled the bawling animals into pens The operation went like clockwork as the cars slid up to the unloading chute It didnt take more than four minutes to empty any one car Two Bound to Grand Jury on Arson Charge Girres Mason City and Edward Jackson Clear Lake were arranged before Jus tice R J Fritsch Friday after noon charged with arson They are alleged to have burned an automobOe on the night of Oct 31 Both men were bound over to the Hancock County grand jury and their bond was fixed at each which thus far they have not furnished Jackson is lodged in the county jail at Forest City pending the tiling of a bond and Girres in jail at Mason City until bond is fur nished Attorney M L Mason of Mason City represented the defendants and County Attorney G W Temp letoa appeared for the state THE END OF A LONG FAST are a few of the westernfeeder0 cattle which arrived Saturday morning in Garner after a recordbreaking rail trip from Wyoming Consigned to the Garner Sales Company they will end up on NorthIowa farms fpr finishing this winter ELLIS ISLAND CLOSED NEW YORK Island is closed after serving as the gate way to America for millions of immigrants during the past i2 years The tiny island in New York harbor in recent years served chiefly as a place to keep deportees Immigrant clearance abroad reduced the number detained on the island to almost nothing Friday the last of 50 persons stiH detained on the island were moved to the mainland and Edward J Shaughnessy district immi gration director said Business is The immigration service will keep a skeleton crew on Ellis If New York City or some federal agency does not take over within a year the island will revert to the governments General Services Administration Arthur Andreson Once Decorah Banker Dies ROCHESTER Minn MVArthur Andresen 61 Ossian Iowa a brother of Rep August H Andre sen RMinn died at Methodist Hospital here early Saturday Andresen had been associated for many years with the state bank at Decorah Iowa Surviving with his wife are his son John New York and two oth er brothers Carl San Francisco and Bernhard Le Sueur Minn About The Weather Maion City Somewhat colder lewa Partly cloudy colder Cloudy colder Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 Satur day Maximum Minimum At 8 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 54 54 GOP Leaders Plan fo Soften Censure Case WASHINGTON leaders reportedly set a Monday arget date for to soften a censure resolution against Sen ilcCarthy Monday was the day specified by an influential GOP senatorwho sking to remain anonymous said in an interview that unless Mc Carthy and his friends can agree by then on a compromise resolution it wont be much use to try any So far this senator added McCarthy himself has not agreed to accept even the criticism involved in a proposed watereddown alter native to the direct censure recom mendation now before the Senate The Senate itself was in recess over the weekend after a session Friday which saw McCarthy as sailed as a spreader of slime and defended the strongest voice now speaking out in America against debate Sen Knowland of California the Republican floor leader stemed laying the groundwork for a possible Senate verdict differing from the censure resolution unanimously proposed by the special committee headed by Sen Watkins Know land said that while he had implicit faith in the sixman birpartisan committee thafdid notmean the committees recommendation had to be accepted without change The GOP senator interviewed Saturday said that one suggested compromise so far spurned by Mc Carthy might declare that while McCarthys actions had been in temperate and indiscreet on some occasions the Wisconsin senator had helped in showing penetration of key government agencies by Communists This version of the proposed compromise would strike out all reference to censure or condem nation of McCarthy himself a move its backers are not sure could command the necessary ma ority vote CANCER RATf UP CHICAGO doctor says cancer now strikes one out of every four persons instead of one out of every five i Two Injured in TwoCar Crash GLENVILLE W Funfar 66 is in Naeve Hospital Albert Lea following a twocar col lision seven miles south of Albert Lea Driver of the other car was Alfred Jacobson 62 Forest City He is also in Naeve Hospital Highway patrolmen said Jacob son was passing a car when the right front of his car collided with the of Funfars car Both cars were demolished Fun far is a retired implement dealer ofGlenville Fort Dodge May Have School Bond Election ask ing a special election on a proposed bond issue for a long range school building program are in circulation here Two plans are being considered With variations each calls for increased senior and junior high facilities plus two new elementary schools SAMi DATfTWJ511 Youths Who Took Stone Free on Bond Two Mason City youths charged with removing a tombstone from Elmwood Cemetery were releasec Friday night on bond each They were bound to the grand jury at a preliminary hearing The pair Donald George Vajgert 18 2514 Jefferson S and Rich ard Louis Tierney 18 204 25th S were released on bond at p m after having been held ai he city jail since their preliminary hearing shortly after 3 p m Police Chief Leo Allstot anc County Attorney Robert Sheparc agreed that it was the strangesl case they have ever been involvec in As a part of a weird escapade which included the alleged theft ol the gravestone Tierney and Vaj ert terrorized the family of a 17 earold Mason City High School girl police said Allstot said the jirls mother was so frightened hat she was near collapse The chief said the youths con essed they conceived the idea of the escapade while in Elmwooc Cemetery one night with three of a socalled Losi Worlds Literary In signed statements the two boys ad mitted that the other three mem ers of the group knew nothing of heir plans They told police they hoped the other members of the club one ol whom the street from the girl would observe the reaction of the neighborhood and then re port it at the next meeting of the iociety Dubuque Tavern Owner Arrested DUBUQUE W Robert Leiser 50 operator of a tavern just out ide the city limits here was free m bond Saturday after being bound over to the grand jury on i charge of illegal transportation if liquor State Agent Glendor Mueller said when he arrested Leiser the de endant was bringing 24 fifths of iquor across the Mississippi River rom East Dubuque ID RECOUNT SLATED TRENTON N J UP Re ounting of the votes cast n New close senatorial ace has been scheduled to get un ler way Nov 22 Immediate GoAhead on DixonYates Plan Voted by Committee WASHINGTON WVOverriding Democratic protests the Senate House Atomic Energy Committee voted Saturday immediate goahead on the controversial DixonYates power project The vote was 108 following straight party lines with Republi cans solidly backing the adminis tration The decision was a vic tory for President Eisenhower who had urged the speedup so that construction could begin as soon as possible The effect of the committee de cision is to permit the Dixon Yates private utility group to proceed at once with final plans without waiting until 30 days after the incoming Democratic controlled 84th Congress meets Under the contract the Dixon Yates group is to build a 107 mil lion dollar stea m generating plant at West Memphis Ark U S to Veto Russ Demands on Atom Poo Must Trim Wants Vishinsky Told UNITED WV The United States says the Soviets will have to trim their demands for changes if they want to partici pate in President Eisenhowers peaceful atom pool plan Russian objections to the pro posed pool were presented to th Friday night by Soviet Dele gate Andrei Y Vishinsky He sai Moscow would like to take part but on conditions the West so fa refused to accept Chief Delegate Henry Cabp Lodge describes Vishinsky speech before the Assemblys mai Political Committee as a magnii icenl display of forensic firework but very little substance to them Lodge said he would make a de tailed reply early next week World Agency Vishinsky charged the Unitd States and its atomic partners re duced the original Eisenhower pro posal to a mere shell by 1 Trying to set up an interna tional atomic agency indepcnden of the Security Council The So viets want the body subject to th council in which they have a veto 2 Attempting to make the agency a clearing house for mov ng fissionable materials from one and to another The Russian dele jate branded this an infringemen of national sovereignty 3 Sponsoring a resolution which makes no provision for a prior pledge among the nations con cerned not to use nuclear weapons n the future Vishinsky added however that the Kremlin would make such a pledge a condition or joining the agency 4 Failure to reflect the intent of he Eisenhower proposal by npl Russians Bid for Security Parley AP WIrcpholo ionsidering methods for preventing ise of atomic materials for war ike purposes Brief Reply In his brief reply Lodge said he United States has no objection o the atomic agency keeping liai on with the Security dded the project does not get bogged down in Commenting on Vishinskys call or a ban on atomic weapons said the question was up to he Disarmament Commission and had no place in the Eisenhower program Western diplomats viewed Vish nskys speech as a strategic at empt to assess the Wests flexi lility on the atomic question CHEMICAL AWARD IOWA CITY seventh an ual Iowa Medal of the American hemical Society Friday was warded Dr Harley A Wilhelm 4 Iowa State rofessor College research FAN OF THE Margaret Abbott WaterviUc Maine who celebrated her 101st birthday Saturday is perhaps the oldest fan of Notre Dames Fighting Irish football team A Kerry lass the sprightly Mrs Abbott prays for the Notre Dame squad every Saturday Huge Surplus Is Gone Problems for Next Legislature DES MOINES 1955 session of the Iowa Legislature prob ably will be the roughest in history from the financial standpoint State Comptroller Glenn D Sarsficld said Saturday There isnt any 100 million dollar surplus any more and the de partments which have announced their askings arc requesting mor than they got the last he commented The 1953 session voted appropriations which totaled more than th most optimistic estimates of current revenue As a result the slat Cairns Fined on Bank Check Scheme DES MOINES C lairns 52 former crshier of the Cambridge State Bank at Cam bridge was fined in Federal Court Friday for his part in a check kiting scheme Cairns had pleaded guilty to ac cepting from Orville es Moines used car dealer for delaying remittance of checks writ en by Stevens The Des Moines man was indicted on charges of rying to defraud the Cambridge bank of between Jan 952 and Sept 29 1952 Maximum penalty on the charge against Cairns is a fine a rear in prison or both Cairns attorney told Judge Wil iam F Riley Cairns had pak about to the bank to make up for part of the deficit The law said Cairns had given up his sank stack and now was cmployet S SL night watchman at Cam ridge Judge Riley gave Cairns 60 days n which to pay the fine Guy D Schooler president of the HartfordCarlisle Sayings Bank at Carlisle also is accused of acccpt ng from Stevens for delaying he posting of checks against Stcv ns account in the Carlisle bank tevens and Schooler have pleaded nnocent Sioux City Banker Apologizes for Statements AgainstUPWA DES MOINES W The CIO nited Packinghouse Workers of merica here has received an pology from Conrad E Aronson ioux City bank official for state ments he made in a debate in Des bines last Monday Aronson assistant cashier of the oy National Bank of Sioux City made his remarks in a debate on hether the Communist Party lould be outlawed The debate as part of a meeting of the Des oines chapter American Institute Banking The apology was contained in letter to Russell Bull Des Moines district director and presi dent of District Council No 3 of the UPWA It stated I extend to the members of the United Packinghouse Workers of America and more particularly to the members of the Sioux City chapter Local No 70 my deepest apologies for any embarrassment caused them by any statement made by me at a recent meeting of the American Institute of Bank ing in Des Moines I retract without reservation any statement that may have been made by at this at the end of the curren biennium next June 30 is expectei to be about 20 million dollars Despite that strong pressure i developing for substantial increas es in operating funds by some o state agencies Educa orswant state aid to schools clou bled Others want something don to speed up highway improve ments Facing the numerous problem of appropriations and revenue and perhaps finding sources o new or increased taxes at a time when there is a growing dcmanc for tax be a Senati and House with many more new faces than usual 41 Newcomers Fortyeight of the 108 seats in the House will be filled by per sons who were not there in th 1953 session Fifteen of the 21 senators elected earlier thi month will be new there Severn of the new senators and reprcsenta lives however have had previous legislative service Leo A Hoegh saic repeatedly in his successful cam paign he stood for increasing ap proprialions for the three state supported institutions of higher learning He advocated 25 per to the public schools whereas it amounts to about 13 per cent now He suggested retaining the present temporary onecent gas tax and boosting it another pennj to finance better roads He later said those were defi nite commitments and will be Hocgh who will take office in January said efficiency anc economy not produce enough he would favor increasing the state income tax That he said is a levy based on the ability to pay He has discussed the advisability of calling members of the next cgislaturc into a presession meet ng to discuss the legislative pro gram He is interested in having he lawmakers take up the most mportant things first Soon Hoegh is now on a postelection vacation but he plans to start hearing budget requests sometime next month On that basis he wfll make his recommendations to the Legislature Several times in the last session he lawmakers remarked that the state could not go on increasing appropriations biennially without a substantial increase in revenue They mentioned the 1955 session as a crucial one financially Western Pact IsThreat to Europe Peace Conference Would Embrace Both Sides By KENNETH BRODNEY MOSCOW charged Saturday that the London and Paris agreements to rearm West Germany greafly increase tha threat of destructive atomic war in and called for a gen eral conference on European se curity embracing both sides of the Iron Curtain Identical notes delivered to West ern embassies invited 23 European nations and the United States to a conference on collective security in Europe to be held either in Paris or Moscow Nov 29 China as Observer Red China was invited as an observer The note first and foremost at tacked the plan to arm to German soldiers who it said would form the basis of a West European army and who would be under the guidance of those German generals head ed the Hitlerite army during World War Then it proposed A system of general European security based on the consideration of the lawful interests of all Euro pean states both large and The Russian note ferring to general Europeanse made no specific proposal However it v did refer to Russian Foreign Minister Vyacheslav Molo tovs Feb 10 proposal at the Big Four meeting In Berlin That pro posal for general Europeanse curity was summarily by the United Stales Britain and France Freeze Out The effect of the Feb 10 Russian proposal would have been eventu ally to freeze the United States out of Europe abolish United States defensive bases and kill both the North Atlantic Treaty Or ganization and the plan to rearm West Germany in a defensive West European army Western diplomats said the Rus sian proposal would give Russia control of the whole of Europe Tom the Ural Mountains to the English Channel Saturdays proposal ignored Can ada It also ignored the West Ger man government of Chancellor Konrad Adenauer but included in ts invitation list Sovietcontrolled East Germany Among the Russian satellites are Albania Bulgaria Romania Po land Czechoslovakia and Hungary Western neutrals included ara Switzerland Sweden and Finland Can Expand List The Russians left the way open to enlarging the membership of the jroposed conference by saying that he governments of France Great Britain or the United States could nvite other European states with which the Soviet Union does not lave diplomatic relations These could include both West fermany and Spain Western diplomatshad expected some such Russian move after completion of the London and Paris agreements last month and espe cially after Soviet Premier Georgi Malenkovs friendly remarks to both the United States and British ambassadors at a cocktail party ast Sunday Harold Wilkins in Rochester Hospital After Gun Blast OSAGE Sheriff Lewis Haber orn was investigating the details f a shooting accident southeast f here in Floyd County Friday in vhich Harold Wilkins about 30 be cved to live near Rock Falls was hot in the face by a shotgun Wilkins had been doing custom orn husking and it is believed he ent to get the the icker when it slipped and went ff the charge hitting him in tha ace at close range which was hor ibly mangled Wilkins was rought to Osage for first aid and aken immediately to Rochester linn The sheriff said he had turned he case over to the Floyd County uthoritiesv   

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