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Cedar Rapids Citizen (Newspaper) - December 8, 1953, Cedar Rapids, IowaWeather Couer with ii in Florici City final s chits volume71-number 833 Cedar rapids Iowa. Tuesday december 8, 19s3. Associated press. Dotted press. mews Ike asks halt to atom race big 3 Call on reds to negotiate pledge Allied might to guard Freedom omit Concrete plans. By John m. Her Tower. Tucker s town Bermuda a pledging Western might anew As Freedom s guardian tin big t h r e e tuesday c h a l l e n g e d the Kremlin to negotiate peace settlements in Europe and Asia and to solve the stub born problems of a world too Long in conflict. In a final communique that occasionally rang with Churchill Ian prose but omitted any con Crete solutions for the key prob lems of Western Unity president Eisenhower prime m i n i s t e r Churchill and French Premier Laniel announced 1. They Are sending notes to Russia for an Early big four foreign ministers meeting in Berlin which they Hope will make Progress toward unification of Germany and Independence for Austria. 2. They will continue to strive for a korean political Confer ence which they Hope will Lead to a korean settlement with the asian communists and Progress in restoring More Normal conditions in the far East and Southeast 3. They will continue to struggle for peace and stability in incr China where the valiant Lottes of France and the native states Are making an important contribution to the defense of the free i. They Hope for peace Ful liberation of the red ruled East european countries and reject As unjustified the present division of 5. The three Western Powers will lose no Opportunity for easing the tensions that beset the world and for reassuring All nations that they have in cause to fear that the strength of the West will be invoked in any cause of wrongful the communique sounded i High note of Western Unity and common purpose providing a background for or. Eisenhower s . Address tuesday afternoon announcement of his speech was one of two known specific results of the conferences which began Friday. The other was dispatch of the note to Russia proposing that the bit four ministers meet at Berlin Jan. 4. There possibly were other con Crete achievements to be Dis closed later. The communique was issued after a final re hour session around the conference table a the mid Ocean hotel. The Las Long gathering it ended at 1 15 . Tuesday was made Neces sary by or. Eisenhower s plan to Fly to new York to address the u. N. Assembly. Laniel was still confined to his bed by a lung infection but re ported improving. French for eign minister Bidault represented his chief at the final sessions � two issues which figured heavily in pre conference speculation the projected european defense Community and Church ill s presumed intention to urge a top level meeting with pre Mier Malen Cov were left in clarified by the communique al though the Edc was mentioned or. Eisenhower and Churchil came Here determined to put al possible pressure on Laniel for Early ratification of the Edc treaty setting up a european army including Germany troops. The pressure which fell on Bidault when Laniel sickened obviously failed. Bidault because Laniel s government goes out of Power dec. 17, was Only Able to explain the reasons behind French fears of German arms revival. These fears have stalled French ratification of the pact. To ensure the communique spoke of Edc As needed to assure the defensive capacity of the at lactic Community of which it will be an integral it added that Edc would ensure intimate and durable cooperation Between the United kingdom and u. Forces and the forces of continued on Page 8, col. 5. Ole freed hell seek citizenship Omaha up deportation Harges against Ernest Ole Windquist were dropped tuesday and the once forgotten Man who pent 42 years in an Iowa prison Aid he wants to become an american citizen. I Good Good it s All Over a Lindquist said. The first thing m going to do is file for citizen hip. They la let me won t they the White haired native of Weden was advised that an in a migration department inquiry of a icer had granted his request that efforts to Deport him be dropped. I he action is subject to review by j he i m m i g r a t i o n department Ward in Washington. But ther appeared Little doubt that Lindquist had won his Loni Battle for Freedom which began shortly after he came to this country in 1905. Two felony convictions on his ecord made him subject to de rotation As an alien. But full pardons granted by gov. Beards by for a 1909 slaying of a police Man at Carroll la., and a Pardon rom the Iowa Pardon Board for a 1908 burglary removed the grounds for the deportation. Welcome phone Call Lindquist s attorney John e. Murphy telephoned the Good news to or. And mrs. Lindquist who were at work at St. Joseph s Loe Pital. Lindquist is a janitor his wife a dietician. Mrs. Lindquist is the former Addie Jackson of Indianola la., who befriended Lindquist while be was a prisoner at Iov a state Penitentiary fort Madison. He lad not had a letter or visitor for More than 30 years. After he was pardoned in 1952 he married mrs. Ackson. The deportation charge was led after they came Here to live t was brought under the Mccar new Ltd act. Young immigrant Lindquist was a Young Immi trait boy who Coull not speak English when he and a fright broke in a House in Idaho to get a place to spend the night but he was convicted of burglary and served nearly one year in Rison. -. A year later while "bumming7 through Iowa he and a compan on were stopped by a policeman during a scuffle Lindquist was injured. The policeman was fatal y wounded. The bewildered Lindquist went to prison for life he soon lost touch with his res Ives and friends in Sweden. Years went by As he worked m he prison shoe shop. Finally an article in the prison Magazine Presidio called Public attention .0 his lonely existence. Queen junk s old Windsor dwelling London a q u e e n Elizabeth ii tuesday decided to Given up fort Belvidere eighteenth Century mansion where the Duke of Windsor wooed his Duchess and made his fateful decision to abdicate 17 years ago. The fort the Duke s country Home until his abdication in 1936 has belonged to the Crown for More than a Century. T h e announcement f r o m Buckingham Palace said the 40 Roo i House now a derelict Shell with crumbling brickwork leak ing roof and gardens overgrown with tangled undergrowth is being turned Over to the com missioners for Crown lands w.3 look after property the Queen does t want. Windsor described the fort so called because of its Battle ments and Tower As the perfect Bachelor s residence when he took it Over in 1929. He re decorated it and built an open air swimming Pool. Apart from Brief wartime use by the government no one a lived there since the Duke left Amish jailed on school charges Lancaster a. A six Amish Farmers were sentenced to three Days in jail monday nigh when they refused to pay s fines for tailing to Send their children Over 14. To school. Today s chuckle Middle age has arrived when you can look Back and realize your mistakes and wish you could make them United press photo. President Eisenhower Waves to onlookers As he leaves the Chapel at Kindley air Force base Bermuda where he attended services during the big three meetings. Col. George w. Peterson base commander accompanies him. State authorizes $35,000 quarters for braille head Des Moines a a Maxi mum of 135,000 for the corp truo Tuott arid furnishing of new House for the superintendent of the Iowa braille and sight Sav in school at Vinton has been set by the state legislative interim committee. The committee authorized the state Board of education Mon Day to advertise for bids for the Home for which an appropriation was provided by the 1853 legislature. The legislature made he project subject to the com Mittee s approval. A Cedar rapids architectural irm Norman Hatton and associates will be hired to draw the plans. Cost estimates of the project have been placed As High As $37,799. Among other approvals by the committee a $44,500 contract to the Bur ger construction company Iowa Ity for repairs to the Chemis try building at the University of Iowa. The building was badly damaged by a fire in Early octo " or. A $239,694 contract with the Hamilton manufacturing com Pany to equip a new addition o the science building at Iowa state College. The Board of Edu cation to spend $10,305 remain no for additional equipment for he building. A $37,850 contract with the Pittsburgh Des Moines s tee l company for construction of an elevated water storage tank a1jie Oakdale Sanatorium. Weren t flattered. They said judges had mistaken some of them for criminals in re cent cases. Ruling upholding Trade Stamps is appealed by state Des Moines a atty gen. Leo Hoeth and other appealed tuesday to the Iowa us for the Cedar rapids school West of de preme court a Case in which the contracts for schools let plans for another okayed rough plans for another new onday Board. Officials approved the preen the. School will be i awful is of architects Pridni Tow a capital to or. _ and will of Chicago for a 13-class Roora building slated to stand tween Center Point and old Marion roads be. In another construction move lie Board also awarded to lows bidders eight of nine contracts involved in building a new Arthur District primary school and additions to Hayes and Cleveland. All but the plumbing and heat no work at Arthur was allocated t firms which submitted bids last wednesday t o t a l i n g $310,124. Clarification of a Haung proposal at Arthur will precede action on Bat one. A elopement in Elm rest addition b. Shaped rough one of three. The North Side school whose rough design won Board approval monday is one of three new elementary buildings planned under the recent $n,750,000 Bond Issue. Drawings for a West Side build ing on Johnson Avenue new had been approved previously. Yet to come is the layout of another on the Southeast Side North of it. Vernon Road at roughly thirty ninth Street. Monday s Board action Cave official acceptance to preliminary plans for the North Side building. D e t a i l e d working drawings now will be prepared by the architects. Completion is expected by sprint so that bids can be taken and contracts awarded. The building s Basic design is Milwaukee up sheriff s comparable to the one already deputies began w e a r i n g Blue slated for West Cedar rapids shirts and Black ties tuesday. It features natural bilateral lighting in classrooms with win Dows on opposite sides of each room under a sloping roof. A Low Agency juggling of funds to Aid gov. Illustrated by Sam Dawson. New York a ways government ?2"c is can juggle their funds quite legally to help the government with its bookkeeping troubles were show tuesday in two reports 1. The commodity c r e d i t corporation announced it will of Fer private Banks 450 million Dol Lars Worth of Cotton support Loans thursday. The by two other Farmers also were shifting these farm obligations convicted but execution of sen from the government to the tence was delayed until next week so both can attend Amish weddings. The controversy is a continuing okie Between state authorities and members of the religious sect who contend they should be al Lowed to keep their children at lome for farm work at 14 and after if they have completed eighth Grade work. State Law provides that Chil Dren must remain in school until 17, but May go to work with ment. Banks acc will help the . Re usury stay within the 275 Lillion National debt limit for the ime being. In August acc will have to redeem the Loans from he Banks. 2. A breakdown on what s happened to Money collected from workers and employers under the social Security program in its first 16 years shows two thirds of it has been used to pay general expenses of the . Govern parental permission at 16. Crash kills four. Brussels a two trains on the Brussels Ghent line kill ing four and injuring 29. This procedure has been strictly according to Law the report by the family economics Bureau of Northwestern nation collided in a fog monday night al life insurance company of Minneapolis funds Are Safe. Pension Roll taxes to pay current Bills. Benefits will be paid on schedule the Federal obligations the so Cial Security Reserve fund holds Are sound. And eventually these obligations will be redeemed vie time the . Treasury is us ing the Money to pay current expenses. It Means Uncle Sam s Multi billion social Security Reserve fund for future old age pensions and benefits consists of a bundle of his own Lou a the report Points out. It is Little More than a bookkeeping the report shows that from the Start of the old age and survivor s insurance program Jan. 1 1937, through last december contributions totalled 23- 4 billion interest earned on Bonds in the Reserve fund added Twenty four billion. In the 16 years benefits paid came to about eight Billie. About one third of the Money collected the balance quite legally and properly was invested in us government Bonds. At the end 01 1952, the Reserve fund held 1 billions Worth of these Federal debt obligations. That is the government sold the fund 17 billions Worth of its Bonds and used the 17 billion in Cash originally raised by pay corridor runs Between rows of lass Rooma in a one Story a 5j4-no i Lor a in acre trac classrooms. The one Story tem will include an eight classroom Wing for in Emmediate grades third through sixth. At one end of the top crossbar Rill be five primary classrooms or pupils in k i n d e r g a r t e n trough second Grade. At the other end will go a two Evel Wing with a gymnasium on of and a combination auditor us cafeteria below. The roof Dove will be slightly pitched. The building s main Entrance will be into a lobby where the Stem of the t joins its crossbar. Provided in conjunction with the others will be s storage rooms toilets a health room boiler room Kitchen teachers room principal s o f f i c e and similar space. Plans Call also for a future edition to the building on its Othern end o of the gymnasium auditorium Wing. The new Wing would provide six classrooms on to stories. All this layout takes advantage f the ground s natural slope and arge existing Trees in the area according to representative Wil Iam Brubaker of Perkins and will. The building s exterior will be of Brick. Minor adjustment May be made before the final plans take shape spokesmen said but the Basic de continued on Page 8, col. 2. Business in the state the Appeal was from a Rulin of Polk county District judge c Edwin Moore that the Law o which Hoegh based his Case is unconstitutional and unenforceable. The lower court also Issue a permanent injunction again interference with or prosecution of the Sperry and Hutchinson stamp company o new Jersey. Hoegh on last Litas 12 ordered Sperry and Hutchinson and Sci eral other stamp companies to cease business in Iowa by june i. The attorney general claimed hat the stamp business is in awful and illegal under Iowa gift Enterprise Law. The Appeal was made on the basis of a 291-Page record of the Case in the lower court. After Lough s order Sperry and Hutch non asked the District court for the injunction and an order pre venting interference with or prosecution of the company in it stamp business. Hoegh had asked the lower court to dismiss the ase. The Case was brought against Hoegh and five county attorney representatives state s 99 counties. Lamie has cold no appointments Washington a the White House announced tuesday that mrs. Eisenhower has can eled All appointments because of a Chest cold. The first lady returned from Augusta ga., where the Eisen a cold. This got no better and he has been in bed since Sun Day the president while in ber Muda kept in touch with her by Telephone. Remember. Wednesday dec. 9 Yoh con sep in Cedar rapids from 9 30 . To 9 m pm. Yes All of Cedar rapids Many Fine department furniture appliance and specially stores will be open wednesday until 9 . Extra salespeople Are on hand to make your Christ Mas shopping easier and More pleasant. Read the ads in today s Gazette for dozens of timely gift suggestions then do All your Christmas shopping in Cedar rapids tomorrow attempted to ban merchandising Stabp companies from doing Board. Of All Thi specifically listed As defend ants Are county Attys. Clyde e herring of Des Moines Wallac w. Huff of Sioux City Charle g. Rehling of Davenport Max m Mills of Maii Balltown and Vin cent f. Powers of fort Dodge. Inter Ocean pays extra dividends a i a a lome a i the directors of the inter Ocean reinsurance company a a meeting held tuesday declare a dividend of $1 a share and a extra dividend of 50c a share payable dec. 18 to stockholders of record As of the close of Busi Ness dec. 8. It will bring pay ments for the year to $2 a share the same As last year this is the thirty first consecutive year that the inter Howers spent thanksgiving with Ocean has paid dividends to it stockholders. With the Paymen dec. 18, the total dividends Pai since organization will amount 1 $3,240,000. The directors of the inter Ocean securities corporation als met tuesday and declared dividend of $2 a share and a extra dividend of $1 a share payable dec. 18 to stockholders of record As of the close of Busi Ness dec. 8. This 1953 Paymen of $3 a share is up a Dollar from last year. Urges unit to develop peace uses resident says Russia must of course be involved in plan. United nations n. Y. A president Eisenhower tuesday called on the world s Omic Powers to reverse the awful trend of the atomic is race and set up under in u. N. An International Tomic Energy Agency to de Slop the peaceful potential the atom. In a dramatic speech made jury Calls i in probe of Ransom St. Lous up a Federal grand jury at Kansas City tues Day subpoenaed 11 St Louis wit Nesses to testify monday in its inquiry into the missing $300,000 Obby Greenlease Ransom. The witnesses included four Ili Cemen and a clerk who were the Newstead police station it night of oct. 6 when the snap slayers Carl Austin Hall id mrs. Bonnie Heady were arrested. A source Here said resigned olice it Louis shoulders who captured Hall and mrs. Heady definitely was not cops matted. Shoulders resigned in anger after he was questioned by a olice inquiry Board looking into disappearance of half the $600, 00 Ransom. The four policemen subpoenaed Ere Cpl Raymond Bergmeyer i. Alex Mcgee patrolman Lornas Crowe and patrolman Arl Schottler. Names of the against the background of the ther witnesses were not Learned. The four officers have told the juice inquiry Board they did note the two suitcases in which All claimed nearly All the ran of was carried at the time he was brought to the station. Shoulders asked police protect on sunday because of threats against his life but refused to elaborate when questioned by of police officers. Believes he s followed. Police said shoulders woul Ray say he does not seek 24 out Protection but wants de actives with him when he leaves Home. He believes he is bet followed police said. Chief Jeremiah conned de scribed shoulders As non Coop Ergative. He said shoulders mentioned receiving threats by tel phone first a skid Protection. Shoulders quit the Force of 25 his resignation has not y been accepted by the poll Lowan not Robbe of $100,000 in Bonds after al Ocheyedan authorities tuesday continued investigate Bermuda conference the presi eat said the soviet Union must course be one of the nations participating in any such project. He said he would be prepared _ submit to Congress with every expectation of approval any pro ram such As would achieve Lese four purposes first a Nouraf e worldwide investigation into the most effective peacetime uses of fissionable material second begin to diminish the potential destructive Power of the world s atomic Stock piles third allow my Peoples of All nations to see that in this enlightened age the great Powers of the Earth those of the East and the West Are interested in human aspirations first and Foremost rather than in building up the armaments at War. To Rob open of new Channel for peaceful discussion and initiate at least a new approach to the Many difficult problems that must be solved in both Public and private conferences if the world is to shake off the inertia imposed by fear and make positive Progress toward the months ahead or. Eisen Ower solemnly told the . As House Sembly will be fraught with Fate Wiful decisions " Tere sunday night after disco in Assembly. The presi ring More than $100,000 in gov rement Bonds believed taken in he Holdup near a looted Safe m he House. The non negotiable Bonds were found monday scattered on a Loset floor off a dining room in he Charles Strayer House. The Safe is in the closet. Strayer 77, reportedly one of be richest men in Northwest Owa and his wife 74, were sur prised by two armed bandits sunday Niht As they played dominoes at a Kitchen table. The elderly Man suffered a Scalp wound when one of the bandits guns discharged. Osceola county sheriff Fred Huisman said the gunmen got$550 in Cash and $600 in checks rom Strayer s Billfold and $750 in Cash from a tin Box in the Iafe. After Strayer was knocked unconscious by the shot the two men forced mrs. Strayer to open the Safe. The sheriff said the thieves apparently tossed the Bonds out on the closet floor while looking for the Money. Sheriff Huisman said the Bonds were not discovered sooner be cause he ordered the closet locked pending arrival of a fingerprint expert from the state Bureau of criminal investigation. Strayer clip has been in the insurance business for 43 years also owns about 1,000 acres of farm land. Dent said in the capitals and military Headquarters of world in the hearts of very Heie be they governors r governed May they be the decisions which will Lead this world it of fear and into he pledged the u. S., with its determination to help solve the earful atomic dilemma to de ote its entire heart and mind to my the Way by which the Mir Culous inventiveness of Man shall of be dedicated to his death but on curated to his he urged that the v. N. Act to Iove humanity out of this dark Hamber of horrors into the the. International atomic Energy Agency would be responsible or firm control storage and Protection of the materials that go into Hydrogen and atomic bombs. The president said the u. A would be More than willing to work with Russia in development f plans for peaceful use of atomic Energy. Licenses have been received so a. The season opens in specified counties on thursday scots split on Burns revision Glasgow a a soft spoke. Englishman brought Scot land to the verge of bloodless civil War tuesday. He has translated Bobbie Burns poems into English american style English with none of the Whas and Hae a which make the scots Bard Tricky Reading. The culprit is William Kean Seymour 66, retired Bank Man Ager who has never been to Scot land. He says he thinks the poems read better his Way. Seymour s changes have set off a storm of controversy in Scot land s newspapers. So far the Battle is roughly even with half the scots against him and the other half supporting him. Deer licenses to be sold in Field Des Moines ins the Iowa conservation commission announced tuesday that Deer Hunters May obtain their Hunting licenses from conservation offi cers in the open counties directly instead of getting them from the commission Headquarters in Des Moines. New York a publishers commission officials said that tuesday accepted and strike Lead More than 2,000 applications for ers said they would recommend newspaper peace plan gets favor acceptance by Union members o a mediators formula to end the new York newspaper strike. The men Escapee czech plight worsens gels Austria up the czech father of an Adel la., woman who smuggled his family o Freedom from Czechoslovakia n a railway car of lumber said tuesday that prices Are higher wages lower and food scarcer than Ever before in that soviet satellite. Bedrich Cech 52, said Czecho Slovakia s red masters gained the undying hatred of millions last Spring when they wiped out the nation s old currency and issued new communist Money Worth Little. He said the action wiped out our savings overnight and Cut wages 80 today s Index comics � court one s crossword 35 daily record t deaths editorial features 6 farm s4 Foto facts 7 inn Robb m Marion � movies 33 radio and to to society a sports 5-� state it want ads 37-3 women s feature a to

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