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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 23, 1954, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowos Doily Newspaper Edittd for the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE N E P I ft THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10 WANS NEIGHBORS VOL LXI Associated Pros and United Press Full Ltase Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY NOVEMBER 13 1954 ThU Consists o Two No M Mendes Plumps European Unity NEW YORK Premier Pierre MendesFrance said Tuesday the London and Paris agreements formed the basis for a historic step toward true Western European union The Western European union which we agreed to establish is more than merely a military arrangement or a device permitting a German military he said It creates an organizational nucleus for a Europe moving ward unification The French Premier speaking before the Foreign Policy Associa tion onthe final day of his 10day tour of the United States and Can ada said the European policy of France is the policy of a united Europe By united I mean not merely united by opposition to real or po tential dangers but alsounited by a permanent community of inter he said The nations of Western Europe know that they must abandon the dreams of egoism must strive to pull down the barriers that have divided and weakened them and must proceed with realism but also with resolution to create thatgreat edifice of unity in which they can combine their strength and He said the London and Paris agreements command the deep support of the French In addition he said they have the wide support of the European people The smaller countries of Europe he said had no reason to fear harm from the FrancoGerman re lations established by the agree ments the contrary we are firmly resolved to bring our continental partnersinto the closest possible association in insuring the harmon ious development of the relations between France and he said Mendes France for the second time in two days called attention to the Soviet proposal that its sug gested Nov 29 AllEuropean con ference be postponed if the West ern European nations will postpone ratification of the London and Paris agreements As we cannot postpone ratifica tionwe of course cannot agree to the Soviet he said On the other hand we bave no wish to interfere with a meeting by the countries that have accepted the Soviet Alger Hiss Will Be Freed Saturday A M LEWISBURG Pa UBrAlger Hiss will leave Northeast Federal Peni about 9 Saturday Hiss former State Department of ficial convicted of perjury in con nection with answers he gave be fore a congressional committee on Communist activity served years of a fiveyear sentence He was given time off for meritori ous good Y AITS DIVOKCfMa tie The Body McDonald was granted a from Harry Karl shoe shop magnate fc Lai Vegas Monday The couple was married W7 art IAS two Hospital Joe Disagree Over Arm Operation Report McCarthy Plans New Blows WASHINGTON Sen Mc Carthy RWis planning to strike out with fresh blows at his critics or is he ready with some sort of retraction designed to soften the censure charges pending against him in the Senate Senators puzzled over this ques tion Tuesday even though McCar thy was refused the forum he minutes free television time over the National Broadcast ing Co network on Thanksgiving Day NBC turned down without explanation the senators request No Answer McCarthy himself wasnt an swering calls placed to him by re porters although he posed for news pictures Monday with his wife Jean at Bethesda Naval Hospital where he went last week for treat ment of an injured elbow In bis absence the Senate is marking time until next Monday with a likelihood that debate on a censure resolution would be de layed beyond that date if he is not out of the hospital Sen Dirksen an ally of McCarthy in the fight against the censure move said Tuesday Jie has no whether McCarthy will be out of the hospital by then Operation McCarthy was said to have un dergone minor surgery Monday although there was some confu sion over the question A hospital spokesman declining to elaborate said No operation was However McCarthy was quoted as saying that doctors operated on his injured right to remove fragments of glass and might do so again Tuesday McCarthy has said he incurred the injury when a wellwisher hands with him jammed his elbow into a glass tabletop McCarthys attorney Edward Ben nett Williams said he also under stood McCarthy had undergone surgery Monday and would do so again Tuesday Bohlerv Back From Russia WASHINGTON UP Charles E Bohlen ambassador to Russia returns here Tuesday from Moscow for a major review of strategy for dealing with a possi bly long period of uneasy but peaceful coexistence with Com munism Bohlens firsthand report on new developments behind the Iron Curtain was expected to emphasize that the free world must place heavy new attention on an eco nomic offensive to counter the lure of Communism He will meet during the next two weeks with President Eisenhower Secretary of State John Foster Dulles other top American offi cials and some congressmen Bohlens reports in advance of his arrival have indicated a new look in the Soviet Union that points away from the prospect of war and poses a new challenge for the United States and its allies All About MOQUl The Weather CHy Partly cloudy colder Cloudy and colder t Continued cool Globe Gazette weather data up to I a m Tues Maximum Minimum a At I 41 Prteip 04 YIAKAGO AP Wlrephoto FLOWERS FOR Smirnov third secretary of the Eussian delegation to the United Nations talks with reporters at the Russian headquarters in New York City after announcing the death of Andrei Y Vishinsky Soviet deputy foreign minister Flowers lie on an open register for people calling to pay last respects Vishinsky Will Be Flown to Moscow NEW YORK UP The delegation to the United Nations opened the doors of its Park Ave nue headquarters building Tuesday to permit diplomats andcarefully screened friends to view the body ofUfe late Andrei Y Vishjn sky Across the Atlantic it was an nounced in London that Jaqob Ma ik Soviet ambassador to Great Britain had been ordered to fly to New York Tuesday night and take over leadership of the Russian lelegation to the United Nations rpm Vishinsky who died of a heart ttack Monday File By Coffin A delegation spokesman saic hat high government officials and acquaintances would be invited to ile by the coffin An earlier announcement from the delegation said the public would be permitted to pay its re pects to the dead chief Soviet delegate but it was made mown early Tuesday that strangers were not invited Two New York police stooc guard in front of the brick and tone building at 680 Park Ave during the hours of darkness but inly four or five persons shuffled round the area to Mwcow Police said two of the men tried o push their way into the building but the door was locked at the time After the Iron Curtain again falls on that part of Park Avenue at the Soviets will prepare for he solemn procession to Idlewilc Airport scheduled to begin at 4 m A chartered plane is expected to eave for Moscow by way of Paris and Prague with Vishinskys body at 6 His widow and daughter Zinaida will accompany the body IT STARTS TOMORROW Wednesday Nov 24th PICK A PRESENT Watch for it on the CLASSIFIED PAGES The easy efficient tireless to do your CHRISTMAS SHOPPING Reod it every doy UMff DAT Do Not See Temporary Marian Seat WASHINGTON tration officials said privately Tuesday they do not expect Presi dent Eisenhower to give Judge John M Harlan a recess appoint ment to the Supreme Court to speed hearings on the school seg regation cases The high court Monday post poned arguments on how and when southern states should abolish seg regated school systems until the vacancy caused by the death of Justice Kobert H Jackson is filled The decision means the hearings scheduled to begin Dec probably not start un til sometime in January at the ear liest After the Senate winds up its McCarthy censure session and ad journs for the deadline is Dec Eisenhower could jive Harlan a recess appointment This would put him on the high bench pending final Senate action and enable the court to go ahead next month with oral arguments on the enforcement of school integra tion But administration officials said informally that they doubtMr Eis enhower would favor a recess ap pointment in view of the Senates refusal to act on the nomination at its censure session They also said Harlan himself probably would not want to accept a temporary ap pointment now that the ready has gone before the Senate The Senate Judiciary Com mittee last week shelvedthe judges nom ination at the Sen James 0 Em Miss who said he wanted more time to examine Har lans qualifications Steeplejack Falls 100 Feet to Death BALTIMORE OTVA 300pound steeplejack died Monday night eight hours after a rescue line snapped and sent him plunging 100 feet from the top of a weather tower Peter Jekubs SO hung head downward and helpless for more than an hour after he had slipped on the tower and a rope snarled around one leg held him fast above the YMCA Anchorage Sea mans Building The crowd which fathered to watch the attempts of firemen to re re e Jekubt moaned and screamed when the steeplejack fell earth One fainted dfwl of Mjtrfef thai fat doded fractured breaks h srms sereral rih nones hi the tower hrty Us State in Mourning or Gov Beardsley ExSeminary Student Now Iowa Leader DES MOINES Elthon 56 who became Iowas 32nd gov ernor Monday is a seriousminded former seminary student Elthon had a trace of a tear in each eye as he solemnly repeated the oath of office read by Chief Justice Theodore G Garfield of the Iowa Supreme Court The Fertile farmer was elected to the Iowa Senate in 1933 along with his close friend Gov William 5 Beardsley whom he succeeded Monday Elthon took the oath be fore 70 persons assembled in the court chamber Brief Ttnura Elthon was elected lieutenant governor on the same ticket with Beardsley in 1952 and last month was reelected Beardsley did not choose to run for governor and Atty Gen Leo Hoegh won both the Republican nomination and the election It will be a brief tenure of of fice for Elthon with Hoegh slated to take office in midJanuary At that time Elthon will bereturned to lieutenant governor in an un precedented switch The short wellbuilt governor was born at Fertile in 1898 was graduated from Fertile High School in 1917 and later attended Augsburg Seminary in Minneap olis Iowa State Teachers College in Cedar Falls and the Hamilton University of Commerce at Mason City Former Teacher He is a former manual training and athletics teacher at Clear Lake and school principal at Fertile Most recently he has been engaged in farming and quarrying at Fer tile Married he has two sons and Four daughters Elthon was watching television with his family Sunday night when be received word of Beardslcys death in a twocar crash near Des Moines He immediately drove to Des Moines and stayed all night in a hotel A close personal friend of both Mr and Mrs Beardsley Elthon was visibly shaken during the ceremonies EXAMINE PROCLAMATION Attorney General Leo Hoegh Iowas governorelect and Governor Leo Elthon examine the proclamation of mourning for Gov ernor William S Eeardsley who was killed in an auto ac cident Elthon had been sworn in only a short time before to serve out the two months remaining in the Beardsley term He will again become lieutenant governor when Hoegh is inaugurated Jan 13 Unidentified Warplanes Hit Jap Ship Near China Islands TOKYO UP An warplane strafed a Japanese patrol boat Tuesday near Nationalist Chinas besieged Tachen Island Where two Japanese fishing vessels were sunk Sunday The plane fired about 50 shots at the No 16 Taiyo Maru about 40 miles northeast of the Nationalist Last Rites Wednesday at His Home DES MOINES Flags flew at mast from public buildings and state business was virtually at standstill Tuesday as Iowa mourned the death of Gov William S Beardsley The governor S3 was killed in in auto accident Sunday night as ic and his wife were returning from a fruitless trip to Ames where they had gone to visit their son Dan 20 a student at Iowa Slate College The governors body will lie in state Tuesday from 24 imthe state capitol office he occupied for nearly six years There will be a brief service in the Statehouse cor ridor late Tuesday Virginia Funeral services will be held at Wednesday at the Meth odist Church in New Virginia the little Warren County town where Beardsley owned an interest in a drug store and near where his 900 acre stock farm is located Burial will be in the Beardsley family plot in the New Virginia cemetery Meanwhile state offices will close at noon Tuesday and will not reopen until Friday One of the first official acts of Lt Gov Leo Elthon of Fertile after he was sworn in Monday ai governor was to decree the official mourning period during which the offices are to be closed as from Tuesday noon to Wednesday night Thursday is Thanksgiving when island which has been by Communist Chinese outpost bombed planes Japanese Maritime Safety Board officials said the shots missed the vessel Earlier Tuesday the Japanese Fishermens Assn in Moji Kyushu warned Japanese fishing boats to Reds Condemn 13 Citizens LONDON China announced Tuesday that it has sen tenced 22 Amreican including 13 to death or imprisonment The military tribunal sentenced the 13 American airmen captured in the Korean War to prison terms ranging from four years to life on espionage charges Included among those sentenced according to a Chinese Communist radio broadcast monitored here were an American Air Force colonel and an Air Force Major The nine nonAmericans sen tenced were described as Chinese Nationals Four Chinese were reported sen tenced to death as American Copt Fischer SWM jet ace Captain Fischer was net included en the lift wf Americana ten Captain Fiwher it ene ef IS American airmen knewn te be in Red prisem end held et spies in the same case and five others received prison terms Peiping said Col John Knox Arnold of Silver Springs wag sentenced to 10 years Maj William H Baumer 32 of Lewisburg to I years John Thomas Downey 24 of Con nectieut to life imprisonment and Richard George Fecteau Massachusetts to 20 years 27 of Other AfMrkwMT sentenced Eugene John Vaadi J Clayton N six years Baser Fred soula five years 1st Lt Wallace L Brown Banks five years 1st Lt John Woodrow Buck Armathwaite four years T Sgt Howard William Brown St Paul four years Airman Steve Edward Kiba Ak ron Ohio four years Airman Harry Martin Benjamin Worthington four years Airman John Walker Thompson Orange four Airman Daniel C Schmidt Sco tia four years Airmen Alive The United States announced Aug 19 that 15 American airmen missing in the Korean War were known to be alive and charged that they were held as political prison ers by the Chinese Communists Tt called for an accounting of a total of 526 missing Americans includ ing the airmen and demanded their return dead or alive The list of the included those whose sentences were announced by the Peiping Radio The others alleged to he held by the Commu nists included U Lyb W Opt HMvid E Fischer City Lt lUsurfd W Parks Omaha stay away from Tachen Wife Absent waters as a result of the sinking for the services the two boats with a loss of New Virginia were virtually Tuesday except for nam The association was inclined an honor guard of National believe Nationalist Chinese officers ships mistook the Japanese at Iowa Lutheran Hospi for Bed Chinese said it was doubtful whether Survivors of the sunken Beardsley injured seriously said two coastdefense type the accident would be able to ships without lights shelled them without her husbands funeral From her hospital bed Jiowever issued this request They said both boats the No Beardsley and the family and No 32 Yamada Maru of the late governor request that in saki had Rising Sun flags of flowers friends of the gov on their bows but it was consider making gifts to the these were not seen because Society of Crippled Children warships did not use their Adults 2917 Grand Moines Gov Beardsley for In Taipei a spokesman for has maintained a major in Nationalist Foreign Office said in the work of this organiza government was investigating and its efforts to alleviate hu incident to determine if the tionalist navy was responsible death occurred when the car crashed into the rear of a Authoritative sources truck which was slowing that it was possible that at the signal for help from a stalled motorist Nationalist navy quite was the first Iowa governor tionally mistook a Japanese die in office and his death pro ing fleet for Communist shocked the states political sea Government on Spending WILLIAM P First ef three Government is going on a spending spree m The army of the newlyelected will take over Fortyfive legislatures will meet so will hundreds of lesser governing bodies hew Congress will convene At least lawmakers will begin to operate in towns counties states and be pricing and buying a of new improvements such as better highways more schools and higher pay for teachers and other civilian workers a boost the pay of the armed forces panded social welfare now able to figure accurately and other highly desirable weve spent in the fiscal year All these enjoyable things the amount that promises to money Many probably will topped in 1955 Heres the tally bought on the installment plan Sam spent billion too early before the 48 states spent billion meet to estimate the total In cities and other locali planning stage are several spent billion for muchneeded roads and grand total of government ways hundreds of millions in 1953 was billion school and hospital was a duplication how more pay for government amounting to billion in more for unemployed total The duplication covered many lesser spendings in to states by Uncle Sam realm of social first by the national govern Government spendings will and later by state govern sharply So wiU debt and taxes especially in states cities and Deducting it the net syxd ings for were hfflkm er localities not in all but Sams spending hR the Thanks to a recently in They cot survey hy the census bureau   

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