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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 6, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper far MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE NIWSPAflk THAT MAKIS ALL NOITN IOWANS NliaHIORS HOME EDITION VOL LXI frtu jud IniWO Prew Full Wlrw MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JANUARY IMS Tkta Piper CoailiU ol Two ctlM OM Me 74 Y Y Y x New Appeal for BiPartisan Harmony Prosperity to Continue Ike Neubergers Speech Prompts Walk Out WASHINGTON wift of Republican senator walked out Wednesday night on a speech by Oregons new Democratic Sen Richard L Neuberger assailing character assassination in po litical campaigning Mrs George W Malone wife of the senior senator from da booed and then left the crowded Presidential Room of the Statler Hotel while Neuberger was speaking Neuberger shared the speakers platform with Vice President Nix on and New Jerseys new Repub lican Sen Clifford P Case at the annual congressional dinner of the Womens National Press Club The Oregon Democrat said a distinguished member of the Republican Party engaged in belowthebelt tactics in the campaign He named no names Some Democrats have accused Nixon of such tactics The Vice Presi dent listed Neuberger as a left wing candidate at Pocatello Idaho last Oct 25 Nixon did not join in a burst of applause which greeted Neu bergers first reference to char acter He did join in the handclapping at the end of Neubergers talk however By that time Mrs Malone had left the room declaring in audi ble tones Ive had all I can Outside she had a verbal tiff with Mrs Perie Mesta the par tygiver often called the official hostess of the Truman adminis tration Onlookers said Mrs Mesta formerly minister to Luxem bourg chided Mrs Malone for walking out on a speech by one of her husbands colleagues Mrs Malone reportedly con tended Neubergers speech wasnt worth hearing Then said the witnesses the women ex changed some personal refer ences Mrs Malone had been seated at a table near the center of the big ballroom with her husband a member of the GOP Senate group most friendly to Sen Mc Carthy Malone remained at the table Some 70 senators and several hundred other persons including a number of Eisenhower ad ministration officials attended SEN NEUBERGER WONT SUSIE BE SURPRISED t AP Wirephoto Susie a mongrel dog drafted into nursing service at the San Diego Zoo is going to be a mighty confused mother when two of her new litter grow a little older For the puppies in the hands of Dorothea Corbett are sixdayold wolves which their mother abandoned Among 70 Arrested Link American to Remon Case PANAMA police Thursday held a 34yearold citi len incommunicado in connection with Sundays slaying of President Joce Antonio Remon They were questioning at least 70 suspects in the gangstyle murder Police said they picked up Martin Irving de scribed as a schoolteacher from New the airport 24 hours after Remon and two other were shot to death at Juan Franco race track Authorities said they had re leased another U S citizen Roy Bettis 36 a native of Waukegan who is employed by the Cana Zone administration but lives in Panama City Bettis was ques tioned about the activities of one of his truck drivers on the nigh of the murder National guard headquarters said it had no in formation against Bettis New Jail Police announced that exPresi dent Arnulfo Arias one of the first arrested had been moved to na tional guard headquarters in Chi riqui Province 200 miles west oJ here Arias an arch political foe ol Remon was picked up at his plan tation 300 miles west of here short ly after the slaying Authorities later said the murder weapons were Germanmade Schmeisser machine guns of a type confiscated from Arias previously Arias was ousted from the pres idency in 1951 in a coup headed by the national guard force then un der Remon Police were tightlipped about Lipstein but reliable sources said tests made of his clothing showed traces of gunpowder Informants said police became suspicious be cause of his unkempt appearance and his excited reaction Monday when told he could not leave Pan ama becanse outgoing flights had been canceled Was Teacher Authorities said they were trying to find out why Lipstein had sailed for Italy from Vera Cruz Mexico Dec 17 then decided to disem bark at Guaira Venezuela and come to Panama Reliable sources said Lipstein was a native New Yorker edu cated at the University of South ern California They said he had taught school in Los Angeles two years ago Only One Survivor Among Doucet Quads BATHURST WIDeath of another Doucet quadruplet left only one surviving boy Francois He and three girls were born Oct 18 to Mrs Lawrence Doucet Francois was reported doing as well as can be Find Bodies of 3 Sisters EAST DUBUQUE HI WThree young sisters drowned in an icy slough off the Mississippi River Wednesday afternoon after appar ently falling through the ice Bodies of Barbara Ann Eberlin 6 and Irma Linda 3 daughters of Mr and Mrs Rupert Eberlin of East Dubuque were recovered by rescue workers Wednesday night When a search of the slough was resumed Thursday morning the aody of the third sister Janelda Florence 5 was located within a ew minutes It was found near he point where the other two jodies had been recovered The girls were last seen alive playing near the slough about 5 m An hour earlier their mother lad reported them missing to city police The sisters broke through the ce and into six feet of water about 100 feet from shore Although the ce generally was strong enough or rescue workers to walk upon it the girls fell through at this one point Dag and Chou in 1st Talk UNITED NATIONS Secretary General Dag Ham marskjold Thursday conferred with Red Chinese Premier Chou EnLai for 3 hours in Peiping in their first formal talk on the fate of 11 American airmen jailed as The next meeting will be held at 3 Friday 1 Friday a cablegram from Peiping to headquarters said A joint communique issued after Thursdays meeting said that Ham marksjold and Chou conferred from 3 Peiping time to Advisers of both Hammarsk jold and Chou were present Twt Cablet Hammarskjold cabled the com munique direct to headquar ters over his signature A second cable signed by Hammarskjolds executive assistant Per Lind an nounced Fridays meeting The second cable said that Ham marskjold was a dinner guest of Chous Wednesday night Chang HanFu deputy foreign minister was the only other guest Before lunch the cable said Hammarskjold visited Peipings famous forbidden where palaces and exhibitions were shown to him by the Red Chinese governments chief of art collec tions Pointed Questions Legislators Urged to Use Caution in Toll Road Authority TAMA spokesman for he newlyformed Iowa Free Roads Assn Thursday urged Iowa legisla ors to use caution before creating a toll road authority for the state Executive Secretary Robert L Sliss Des Moines told a Highway 0 Assn meeting additional studies and surveys are needed to further determine if a toll road is feasible For the purposes of financing a more complete report will be re quired than the one which last ear recommended establishment if a ISOmilliondollar road if an nterest rate of per cent can be btained he Hammarskjold was under orders from the General Assembly however to start the talks with pointed questions to Chou on what Red China intends to do about the crisis caused by the imprisonment of the fliers on what the United States has called trumped up charges Chou previously had laid tin foundation of his argument b claiming in cables to Hammarsk jold several weeks ago that the imprisonment of the fliers as spies was an internal affair and none of the United Nations business But Chou in inviting Hammarsk jold to Peiping had agreed to dis cuss pertinent thus giv ing the secretary general an oppor tunity to at least present the faci as known to the United that the Americans were shot down in North Korea in uniform during the Korean war and could not pos sibly be spies AP Wlrepholo A SCENE OF airmen from Williams AFB near Chandler died Wednesday night in the crash of this auto and a Sun Valley Lines bus on Highway 87 be tween Mesa and Chandler Eleven persons aboard the bus required medical treatment Note the safety sign at left Woman for First Time to Convene State House of Representatives REALLY JUST LAZY HOUSTON Tex flDr Julius I Johnson who retired from med cal practice 57 years ago because f bad health died Wednesday at the age of 97 Goldbrick to Borodin This Kid Has Savvy JERSEY CITY Judge James A Coolahan has granted Howard Goldbnck 17 per mission to change his name to Borodin Goldbrick said he is go ing into the Army in May and his name might prove embarrassing All About The Weather Mason City Fair warmer Iowa Mostly fair colder Minnesota Quite cold Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 a m Thurs day Maximum Minimum At 8 a m YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 13 DES MOINES Iowa housewife for the first time in the states history will convene the iowa House of Representatives for he 1955 legislative session at 10 a m Monday The call to order will be given y Mrs Gladys S Nelson Newton 19yearold housewife and the only woman member of the state legis lature Mrs Nelson starting her third term in the House also was the only woman in either the Senate o House during the 1953 session The honor goes to the lady from Jasper as the result of action taken at the Republican cus earlier this week Traditionally the call to order is given by the senior House mem ber from Polk County But GOP members broke precedent this year presumably because the two mem 4 Face Blasphemy Charges One Claims Hes Jesus Christ NEW BRITAIN Conn man who exhibited wounds in his hands and feet and claimed he was Jesus Christ Thursday was among four Polish refugees facing blasphemy charges in City Court All four claimed to be Police said John Tscnaplinski 50 when arrested Wednesday was wearing a crown of thorns causing him to bleed from the head and wore a lorn cloth made from diaper A sevenfoot wooden cross with four spikes and a stack of bills were found in his kitchen Police said they had taken him into custody several weeks ago after he was found passing out 20 bills at the New Britain Gen eral Hospital but they released him after questioning Arrested with him Wednesday were Mieczyslaw Majewski 38 who was wearing a black robe and had a long beard and two women Antonina Suszko and Dina Karano wicz about 30 Police said all four came here three years ago and ived in the same tenement City Prosecutor Steven E Per akos said the four were booked on an alleged violation of a Connecti cut law which forbids persons to claim to be a deity Detectives quoted Tschaplinski as saying his wounds miraculously appeared at 6 Sunday He told police he and the three thers earned the money in local actories Police said Miss Suszko las a bank book with several housand dollars in deposits re ordcd ExMayor of Erie Gets Prison Term ERIE Pa Wl Fooner Mayor Thomas W Flatley who pleaded guilty to charges of violating his oath of office and conspiracy in an alleged 20millionayear gambling syndicate Thursday was sentenced to from to 3 years in the Alle gheny Pittsburgh County Work bouse and fined The state charged Flatley ac cepted bribes from gamblers and permitted them to operate without police interference SAME Buck to put 24 kOTIY bers from Polk County selected in November are two young Demo crats They were elected in the Democrat sweep in Polk County Because they hold a wide margin Republicans can decide who wil call the House to order House historians report that this is the first time in at least 50 year that the Polk precedent has been ignored in convening the session Led Oleo Fight Mrs Nelson keenly interested in government was one of the mos active members of the House two years ago She was one of the leaders in the fight for colored oleo margarine and in addition served on such committees as board o control cities and towns dairy anc food judiciary 2 private corpora lions schools and state educational nstitutions and social security Incidentally it wasnt until 1929 that lowans elected their firs woman to the Legislature Thai year Carolyn Pendray of Maquo ceta a Democrat became the first woman to serve in either the House or Senate She was reelected in 1931 and then was elected to the Senate in 1933 The motion naming Mrs Nelson o convene the House was made by State Rep W C Hendrix Letts To Honor Kuetttr The veteran state representative us T Kuester Griswold who three times has been speaker of the owa House will be honored on opening day of the session when the Republicans will name him as the emporary speaker Kuester will take over the gavel rom Mrs Nelson and will preside iver the activities until the new peaker Arthur Hanson Inwood Lakes over for the session Hanson served as temporary peaker for the 1953 session until speaker William Lynes assumed he chair Former State Rep Paul arker of Des Moincs who will erve as Leo Hoeghs xcculivfi secretary convened the House in 1953 2 Youths to Face Charges Two Clear Lake teenagers helc with two companions by Minnesota authorities will be charged with auto theft County Attorney Wil liam Pappas announced Thursday The qudrtet will be returned to Mason City from Park Rapids late Thursday or early Fri day by a Cerro Gordo County deputy sheriff and Clear Lake Police Chief D L Rowson Sheriff Jerry Allen declined to release the names of the Clear Lake youths but the arrest war rants listed them as Larry Curry and Gary Hotchkiss Delinquency Charges The other two youths will be turned ovei to Des Molnes authori ties to face delinquency charges Curry and Hotchkiss also will be questioned connection with a scries of Clear Lake cottage The car charge stems from the theft of an auto mobile owned by Mrs L E Fel ows Newton The ear was in storage at her Clear Lake cottage rom where it was stoien The four were arrested by Min nesota state patrolmen following he Sunday morning holdup of an Eagle Lake store seven miles north of Park Rapids Other Breakins At that time Sheriff D A Wen nerstrom Detroit Lakes reported the four had admitted reakins at International Falls Des Moincs and Clear Lake Loot recovered from the car in cluded four rifles four revolvers ammunition a suitcase a flasb ight and numerous articles of clothing The weapons and ammunition were believed stolen from Satters Sporting Goods store in Clear Lake ast summer The cottage breakins were pread over the winter months ExRepresentative Claude Oberman Dies at Home YARMOUTH WIFormer State lep Claude Oberman 65 died at lis home Wednesday night He had been in failing health since fall Oberman was elected last Nov 2 to his third consecutive term in the owa House of Representatives He esigned Dec 10 for reasons of icalth and Blythe Conn also a Rc lublican was named to succeed lim Oberman is a former president of he Iowa Assn of Boards of Super isors Funeral services will be held in Jew London at 2 Saturday President in Annual Message Money Need to Continue WASHINGTON UB President Eisenhower Thursday appealed for bipartisan harmony and told the new 84th Congress both parties art on trial in the free worldt struggle to win enduring peace and prevent an atomic In a State of the Union message noting the shift in control of gress from Republicans to Demo c r a t s the President declared Americas prosperity outlook is business activity now surges with new strength and that personal income after taxes is at a record As for the international situation he said that during the last year there has been progress justifying hope both for continuing peace and for the ultimate rule of freedom and justice in the Heavy Spending But sobering problems remain ahead and they require continued heavy of entire federal budget expected to run about 64 billion tress the free nations against any Communist aggression he said The massive military machines and ambitions of the SovietCom munist bloc still create uneasiness in the he said Their steadily growing power includes an increasing strength in nuclear weapons This power com bined with the proclaimed inten tions of the Communist leaders to communizc the world if the threat confronting us prepared word message carried nationwide on television and radio contained no real surprises Much of the leg islative program he outlined for the year ahead already had been an nounced by the White House or dis closed by other sources Much of it was a renewal of previous re quests not granted by Congress Eisenhower held out no hope for tax cuts this year and repeated that he wants postponement of ex cise and corporation tax reductions now scheduled for April 1 They total about three billion dollars yearly and both Democratic and Republican leaders have predicted Congress will vote a postponement The President said he is hopeful the reductions can be made next year He called for emphasis on mod ern air power in readying the na tion for any attack and for re duction of forces in certain cate obvious reference to the cuts planned in Army Navy and Marine manpower Formal Call On the domestic front there was a formal call for hiking the 75cent minimum wage to 90 cents an hour That would mean a pay raise for workers now covered by lie minimum wage act who are now earning between 75 and 90 cents an hour Eisenhower must count even more heavily on the now in control of co operation in getting program en acted Democratic leaders already have pledged cooperation in the breign policy and national defense ields There has been no such exchange of pledges on domestic issues but Eisenhower declared that the trength of our country required earn work on a broad scale He set forth this domestic legis ative program 1 He promised government effi WHAT IKE WANTS WASHINGTON are some salient recommendations in President Eisenhowers State of Union message Unhesitating cooperation between the White House and Demo craticcontrolled Congress A tireless search for a more just and durable A military program emphasizing air power and new weapons Extension of the draft a powerful military reserve No tax reductions in 1955 perhaps some in 1954 Continuation of the flexible farm program Measures to expand international trade and investment A health program including health reinsurance Affirmative action toward relieving the school classroom shortage An increase in the minimum wage from 75 to 90 cents an hour public housing units in the next two years   

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