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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 16, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXI AuocittM Preig United FuJJ Wlrei Ceau MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY AUGUST U 1W5 Tbl Paper Consist of Two Ma MA Wilson to Build Up 3 Plants Operations at Chicago Cut CHICAGO Wilson one of the nations major meat pack ers says it plans to stop all slaughtering operations at the Chi cago Stockyards The company said Monday it was going to discontinue meal and food operations at the stockyards and will move its general offices from the yards to the downtown district President James D Cooney said the company was starting a sub stantial expansion and moderniza tion of its plants in Cedar Rapids Iowa Albert Lea and No date was announced for the companys withdrawal from the stockyards The change will not affect the companys other plants at Los An geles Denver Memphis Okla homa City and Kansas City KanJ Heavy Losses Cooney said the Chicago plant has sustained heavy operating primarily in its meat divii sions in each of the past several He said expenses werej high and an antiquated and time worn plant structure has stood the way of any substantial reducj tion in these Many of the buildings he added are morej than 50 years old j Cooney said it would cost about j eight million dollars to rehabilitate j the property and such an invest ruent would still be unlikely yield a satisfactory added the cost of expanding and modernizing the plants at Cedar Rapids Albert Lea and Omaha will be substantially less thanj the amount needed to rehabilitates the Chicago piant j The main reasons for expanding the three plants Cooney added were Their good earnings record their central location and their ef ficiency of operation Slaying at Attica Solved Youth Charged in Relatives Murder Dulles Says Russ Army Still Larger Need System of Inspection British Locate the Stolen CACHE OF GUNS LONDON raided an empty shop in Londons shabby second hand market area Tuesday and seized a large quantity of guns and ammunition believed to have been stolen Saturday from British army depot by Irish terrorists Some of the weapons including Bren guns and rifles were packed in boxes apparently ready for transportation Police said they be lieved the weapons and ammunition were most of the haul made by members of the outlawed Irish Republican Army in their raid on the Aborfield Army Depot in Berkshire near Reading Saturday Two more abortive raids were made Monday in British camps in Wales and England by men believed to be IRA members Fears grew that the swoops by the outlawed to Smith Held by Police at Denver Body Found in Nebraska KNOXVILLE Iowa A 22 DuUcs said Tuesday Russias j announced intention to reduce its armed forces appears to reflect AP j Soviet recognition of the peaceful A GREAT Eisenhower beams his purposes of the United States andj WASHINGTON of uniting Northern and Southern if j yearold former who tft Wlrflr 5n six northern counties of police saidadmitted the land still under the British Crown approval as he covered the Cherry Country Club near Denver Monday to officially launch his work jits But he warned that the cut will play vacation After another round onthe links Tuesday forces largj er than those of the Lmted Ike will head for Eraser Colo for several days of trout fishing Catholics Plan New High School for Mason City GOP Raps Demo Blast at Hoover and continue other elements of Russian military strength unimi paired Furthermore Dulles stressed the point that the Soviets have never given out any information on thej Three Re size of their forces or the nature senator5 said juesdavi their weapons He said the that former President Her situation created Dy the Russianbert Hoover his Rej announcement last Saturday showslorganization Commission task why an international exchange the Democrats arej information and a system of effective are necesl running against Hoover j The Democratic National Comi inspection f 114 VV1 tl t4V Al M VAUlltJ I sary for any said m its ito the comrol and reduction of that President Eisenhowj power er given the Hoover Commis Formal Statement Uion a political tinge and Hoover In a formal statement at hishad Picked Personnel who wanted plan5 for a central parochial high school in Mason City news conference Dulles also saidto turn back ihe dock on Swift another major could in time serve Catholics throughout Cerro Gordothe United States governmenternment P0licv er halted slaughter in ChicagojCounty were announced Tuesday j hopes that great power talks on Political Slur in 1932 but the firm processes porki The announcement came with the purchase of 45 acres of land disarmament which will begin unl south of Highway 106 The plot was bought by the Archdiocese of York 29 can makeiflects on those who made it add Dubuque from the Mason City Investment Co The reported toward establishing a price was IITC It also slaughters cattle andlying across the road immediately east of Central Heights School and ccr United Nations sponsorship in sheep and has its headquarters in the stockyard district Live Hogs Swift kills hogs at other plants j The Rt Rev Msgr Patrick and the chilled carcasses are shipJMaione dean of the Mason Citv ped to Chicago The company reported also that negoj buys live hogs at Chicago and they Illations are under way for the posj are shipped to Swift plants in thesible purchase of the Mason City East for slaughter High School Building by the arcfii Another big packer Armour ijdiocese The land in the southwest stopped slaughter of lambsjcorner of Mason City would bej and sheep in 1952 in Chicago Butjused as the site for the athletic the company has completed a in the event the central Duff RPa denounced this as a political slur that re will find they Hullinger Has Top Baby Beef at Worth Fair are not against Mr Hoo linst Presi international system of m I f u ver next year but i In Saturday s announcement j Soviet government said it planned He said Hoover Commission cut its armed forces by and its task forces rendered men by next Dec is aa outstanding unselfish and high Duiles also told his news conferlv patriotic service to the coun JAMES SMITH brutal slaying of his grandmother Tuesday was charged with murder Sheriff James Van Hemert filed a charge against James B Smith in the court of Justice of the Peace Charles Bruce here The young man had made his home with his I grandmother Mrs Daisy June Iterton Attica near here t i I The 67yearold widows beatenj and partly burned body was found jnear a trash barrel at a roadside jpark near Arapahoe Neb early j I Monday j Nagged About Drinking i In Denver police quoted Smith saying I just couldnt stand iher nagging any more about my NEW YORK An actor called as a witness Tuesday said that j I know Im going to have House UnAmerican Activities t pay for he said Im sorry ijCommittee in its probe of alleged jdid it but 1 couldnt stand thatCommunist penetration into show I nagging any business has been helping in the i Sheriff Van Hemert said he andj blacklisting of actors for political Agent Richard i would ny to Denver Tuesday to Elllott SuIJjvand8 an actor for AP wirephotn I return Smith to Iowa He said the26 challenged the TELLS James Galjyoung man has waived nht and P u e r lagher Brooklyn leaves the Govjtion The sheriff said they hlm a b u hispolitical Claims Actors Blacklisted by Red Probe ernors Island N Y courtroom led to Monday after denying he was responsible for the deaths of three fellow GIs in a Korea PW camp Following him is his coun sel Capt George Barrett N t p f r th Ola the committee that the ence patriotic demization program at its hog slaughtering plant j Founded in 1853 and for T iated bv 1 The starting point of the Unit sen Bennett said in ed States in the forthcoming disjseparate interview that the criti iarmament taik will Prpirlpnti t former Hurricane Is Slowing Down F 1 a return here Tuesdav night associations thoughts or activities I D T1 D He did not invoke the Fifth Amend Denver Police Lt Raoy Tansye mp said Smith signed a of admjssi0n a few hours after he j TI 1 i vas arrested n D n v e r at the ReJ ch j had u fl home of his stepbrother Robert jmany entertainers who iiuoier oi not He declined j Tangye said Smith admitted killi to give any specific names ing Mrs Betterton by hitting her Rep Francis E Walter jwith a spade Saturday night after committee chairman asked Sulli jan argument over whether heiyan if he believed he got jobs should go to Denver to find a the fact that you are a She was trying to live my life rmament talks will be of tbe fomer Republican is acquired NORTHWOODRoger s statement before thejpresident hows just how barren MIAMI Special Meeting illyearold brother of International summit eomerence at Geneva lastthe Democrats are of real issuesJDiane slowed to a crawl over the the youth told police rear known as Sulzberer ard illc hnd Purchase negojlf ftodc Jfnice S Atlantic Tuesday and forecasters Tangye said Smith told him he knoun as and Kl tfac Rt Rev showed Trv watched closely to determine j stuffed the body in the trunk said he believed the wit Sons the Wilson firm was re organized in Thos Wilson president of Morris and packers who became its for me and I wanted to live it I think you loaded the ques Sullivan replied When Ren Gordon H Scherer 1916 Tnd J Breen of Ho amih babybeef at the County C Frederick Beck for the Monday jPlan the foundation for any arms cut rs Rogers 900pound Angus Called Misunderstanding The Mason City school board was distinguished from ai 2 Britains objections to Ameri Youd Try Again think they would let Hoover have a few years of peace but again runnng he said against him whether she would swing to a more northwesterly course Her 115mile winds were poised bu son Laboratories the pharmaceu tical division which recently wo Catholic panshes injMrs B D Hullinger Manly and what into a new huildintf Mason City Paul Pntchard anciimember of the Lincoln Junior i Monday into a new buildin Wilson currently about hogs less than cattle Wilson employ fected by the shutdown in Chicago Cooney said Wilson employs from to workers at all the companys plants other officials here said that the United States ams RDel said that the Democrats have been running against Hoover and maybe they figure they ought to his car and drove toward Denver all day Sunday Smith also de clared he tried to burn the bodv about 235 miles eastsoutheast some trash at the roadside Charleston and an equal distance from Cape Hatteras Hurricane warnings flew from park in Nebraska Sunday Tangye said Smiths relatives here said the ness was in contempt for failing to answer questions and Walter c o m m e nt e d I dont think it makes any difference to this wit Sullivan shouted Want to Work Of course it makes a difference Fernandina to Wilmington th chose to Uve with his grand to me I want to work I have a and storm warnings on eachjmother after he was reeased and two children I want to California the side of that area Veterans H o m e for the and earn a fdH re tine to the Virginia m your remark tnat it doesn t predicted that Congress will I Frenzied Mobs of Indian Rioters Tear Up Bombay been discussed The sale a seo b POund Angus calf named Judy is a member of the Harilandi I Happy Hustling Harvesters of iHanland township She is the not yrt would voter it was pointed out ischool board meeting Large Enough at the n Jruce ommission alieof he Uar the com 111 at Knoxville Iowa two A chane to a more northwestmonths agn R0bert allof theierl course would be bad nevvs forSmith lives at Newton Is CarolinaVirginia secj raked onlv five davs bj Found Stains mendations which it said wouldiHurrican Connie with a loss of 42j Neighbors noting iejon made make any difference to Sullivan said he appeared in sev ieral Broadway shows in 80 mo tion pictures and on almost every major dramatic television pro eventually the United States SESSTI nl Entrin a11 classes are year according to William SUSouth Korea to South Korean isave the government up to 82 ilion dollars yearly if put into schools This would UP UP THEY GO biflives and millions in property damtons disappearance went to herisram atiriin l ot these jobs home Sunday and found blood1 because of talent and ability and stains and the bloodstained for any political reasons Marion Countv Sheriff Jim Vani NEW SECRETARY ATLANTIC uPi Charles Allen HOUSING DIPS LThe Burcau Demonstrators shouted leave Delhi and lead us to GOA as they stoned the consulate nd of Labor attributes smashed its The ccnt d n j h con ate personnel had been evacuated strucUpn chioflv to Can r A x Shtening of credit The BLS re opened fire on the Mond lhal nous woundins three starts in Ml nm Several bus and streetcar from June tors were hurt in attacks on their vehicles as the mob enforced a general strike throughout the city Beginning at dawn more thanj Indians marched past the consulate screaming demands for military action against the three small Portuguese territories north and south of Bombay Guards there Monday killed an indeter mined number of nonviolent In dian marchers demanding the ces vv JLXUI cau t i relieve tnciciair county extension Syngman Rhee And he problem of classroom space m thejm 4H and FFA competition more present jarc GO hog horses and 35that the f class competition is j force or act on its own to oustmendation of the secretarytreas signed to take a similar position in ilice of driving jtars oe too small reported heavier the truce teams iurer They usually do JMoberly Mo i his grandmother to Des Moines j and putting her i on a bus for Chi cago However ja Council Bluffs j s e rvice station I operator L E McConnel said i a car bearing the same license plates as Hemert immediately issued a rant for the arrest of Smith for NEW ASUNCION HOOKUP Paraguay Direct CHICAGO will costj24 Plattsmouth has been L in the Chicago area beginning j named secretary of the Atlantic iim of homicide Dcnver h ervices were e rejected any suggestion Sept 1 if members of the MastersChamber of Commerce succeed1police arrested him on that between United States would useJBarbers Assn adopt the recomjing Louis Walker who has Smith at first told Denver poijjnicuav and tele inaugurated Paraguay and over Mondays bloodshed in Porto house public high school eni ruguese India frenzied mobs oflrollment At that time the building Indians rioted through have more value for use as Tuesday They hoisted the parochial school than it could flag over the Portuguese Consulhave for any other purchaser it ate and forced newspapers shops suggested and business houses to close sion of the areas to India About The Weather Mason City Clear hot Iowa Fair warm Minnesota Continued warm i FiveDay Iowa Temperatures will average 4 to S degrees above Wednesday through Sun SAME DATEW4372 consequence PURCHASED BY 45acre site on the south side of Highway and just east of Central Heiphts has been purchased by the Archdiocese of Du buque U will be used as the site of a parochial high school or if the present Mason City Hiph School is purchased for that purpose it will be used for the athletic plant The camera was pointed southwest Central Heights School is fit right center Mrs Betterton Smith stopped there Sunday and the driver asked directions to Deniav VHiiai are 83So Nor ver ranee from 58 north to 6t The sheriff said one discmerv lltle coolcr eastern see that led authorities to believe Wednesday becoming warm body found in Nebraska was that entire state by Friday with little iof Mrs Betterton was the bodys trend thereafter No precipitation j lower dental plate was mining IK jsaid a lower plate was found on a table in Mrs Bellertons home Smith joined the paratroopers after having attended Attica High School Van Hemert said Smith was injured in an auto accident while in the service and spent most of his time since then u hospitals at Iowa City and Knoxville WARM Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 Tues day Maximum Minimum At 8 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 96 07 75 89 66   

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