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7 Sep 1953

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7 Sep 1953

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Dubuque Telegraph Herald (Newspaper) - September 7, 1953, Dubuque, Iowa Weather a Little warmer tuesday detail on Page 4 in select Rajul evening edition Price 5 cents volume 117 one Section Dubuque Iowa monday september 7, 1953 fourteen pages number 210 Adenauer Victory blow to Kremlin asphaltic Concrete Laid on seventh this is How seventh Street looked when one strip of asphaltic Concrete had been Laid Between Central Avenue and Locust Street. Machines pictured Are the Quot Lay Down Quot machine left and the roller which packs Down the hot mixture. Soon after this picture was taken a boiler blew up in the Asphalt Plant North of town and workers had to Knock off for the Day. Eleventh and 12th streets were next on the schedule. The contractor Hopes to finish All the downtown streets by oct i. Telegraph Herald photo Ike Dulles face 10-Point seven children docket on foreign policy 3 in Chicago fire Denver ii p a president Eisenhower and Secretary of state John Foster Dulles monday tackle a 10-Pomt docket of Chicago fourteen persons major foreign policy problems extending from Indochina to including seven children died Mon Germany. Gop policy criticized by Truman claims people did t vote for changes now being made Detroit a of o r in e r president Harry s. Truman told a labor Day audience a there Are plenty of signs Oil a return to the old philosophy that the object of governments is to help big Truman who frequently has taken the position since he left the White House that he wanted to a lie charitable toward the new administration while it is getting its feet on the ground a said he did t think the people voted last fall a for a change in the social and economic principles that have made us so Strong and a but that is the kind of change we Are getting a he said in a prepared address at a rally of Michigan Cio and al groups in Cadillac Square. Hit policies he singled out the adm Nistra Bons policies on interest rates. Labor Public housing Power and the government s efforts to balance the budget by cutting National de tense appropriations. A a we have to put first things first a he said. A and the Security the smile that did t last Erich Mollenhauer Leader of West Germany s social democratic party gets Early returns in sunday s election in which the forces of tha opposing Christian democrats led by Chancellor Konrad Adenauer won a sweeping Victory. The election result was a setback for the communists and a gain for tha United states and a unified Western Europe. A wire photo temperatures Holiday fatality figure to Rise slightly mounts 9 iowans dead and safety of this nation comes Day when a lire flashed through an ahead of everything else As far As the ii he business Between Tho chief exec Gette seso Stottl Side a a int can Ute chafes with Quot by that Doc de or Quot i live and his state Secretary two buildings on either Side of Kjona defense at this time in the temperatures Are expected to As the Long labor Day weekend entered its final hours was indicated by the fact it the Structure Alto were hit by worlds history a Fise near lip 80 s a Dubuque land monday Iowa a accidental death toll i we 6 pm. Friday stood had to be conducted on a holi thl fir it f01 Svere in a air fore tues four wig a Cool monday t m including seven motor vehicle fatalities. A ire officials said they expected a a. Night with readings in the Low 50 s. Day to find More bodies under debris. Pc adde 1 a a a in orce according to the Dubuque of lice the seven motor vehicle deaths raised the Bulies arrived Here sunday night the taller building at 3616 so a a a j�?T1�?� a a Cense system 0f he or $ weather Bureau. That cause to 399 for the aboard an air Force plane put at state St., housed an estimated 75iuou a a w0.r, i0,5 the Outlook for wednesday Iowa s Catholic history told in Magazine red party wiped out in election West germans favor Alliance with free nations of world Bonn Germany api a West Germany launched americans ally Chancellor Konrad Adenauer and his Oro Western government parities on a new four year term of office monday in a landslide election Triumph. Defying soviet threats Mer than 27 million German voter Aho threw All the communists out of their parliaments lower House crushed a feared nazi comeback and turned thumbs Down on socialist pleas for German neutrality in the Hast West struggle. Clear majority in Europe most important election since world War ii. The West germans gave an overwhelming endorsement in sunday s voting to Adenauer a american backed program for rearming West Germany in Alliance with the Western Powers against the soviet menace. The grim visage old German statesman a Christian Democrat party won 244 of the 487 seats in the bundestag lower House. That was a majority of enc for the parly the first single German faction to win a Clear parliamentary majority since before world War l with Hie 48 seats captured by his allies the free democrats Adenauer held a commanding margin of 97 seats. Blow to Kremlin his disposal for the trip and was persons possibly More police now a even if it unbalanced the fair and warmer. A while and deferred a scheduled to stall his conference said. The residents of the other. A a a the Dubuque Airport was about with the president today at 9 a m. Two buildings one at 3614 and the cd r some get a to come. Be a a warmest spot in Iowa Early other at ?618 s. State St., totalled the entire Issue of the current m it f a the official Maga a i be got a docket of about 10 75 additional persons. Tine of the Iowa historical society items to discus with the p $75,000 loss is devoted to a Catholic history Dent a Dulles said upon his arrival forty pieces of fire of Iowa. At Lowry air Force base. Equipment fought the extra alarm written try Hie in re Mist German election Bhut which reportedly m. M. Hoffman pastor of St. Jul go on Thig docket undoubtedly the rear of a business establish saving he in balanced less compared to 371 on thi Date in 1952. The latest deaths on Iowa s was a great believer monday morning when the include budget the form dropped to the 50 degree Mark the president said he kept the govern Bureau said the Mercury dipped in Jewell 74, Hutchinson fighting Mont budget balanced a until an to a Chilly 33 degrees one degree minn., injured fatally sunday when emergency came along that was a above freezing at Elkader la ear a car in which he was a passenger lot More important than All the a monday As a mass of Cool Cana struck a pole in downtown Whitte balanced budgets in the Wor id a Dian a. It i Over the state. A a a of a pm died sunday night at reds hold Back Many captives to Aims navies Church Dye it tile Vav As top smashing Victory in West Mont at 3616 s. State St. The on labors own front he said its in Many sections temperatures and president of the Dubuque Ern Gerr any sunday of the Chris neighbourhood is heavily populated leaders have the responsibility of were the lowest since late last county historical society it traces Jan democrats of the incumbent by negroes. Holding the gains that labor has Spring according to the associated the Catholic history of the state Chap Cei or Konrad Adenauer Over damage to the buildings was is made a holding them against a press. It was 36 at Spencer la. 40 from the time White explorers he democrats led by or. Amazed at $75,000 by fire mar-1 spirit of reaction that is using the at Waterloo land in the Low Erich Mollenhauer. Shal John j. Haberkon thou-1election results of last fall to gcl40"s at Many other Points. Dulles statement last week that nil of curious were attracted1 Back in the Saddle most towns throughout the tri an Adenauer defeat would be a Dis ,0 a be tire interest rates state area received Only slight a Strouss for the chances of Ger cause of the fire was not in of the governments hike in in sprinkles sunday afternoon As two Man re unification led to an outcry mediately known. Terest rates the sex president said thunderstorms developed to the from Mollenhauer that this was a him a expect More bodies it a May he of Benefit to the Money South and North of Here the Bureau proper this was Fob be victims were burned beyond lenders but it surely does Hurt said. Lowed by a published report that a cognition. Most of them police he re Ltd 0f the people or. Eisenhower was unhappy Over Sai l bad lived on the third and Dulles remarks about Germany fourth floors of the building at plus other things the Secretary ofj3616 s. State St. State said recently about Trieste Deputy Coroner William Martin first set foot in the area until to Day when. Msgr. Hoffman says there Are 366.067 catholics in the state. He tells of the first connection of Iowa with the Church. Other chapters Are entitled a the first Bishop a a Bishop Smyth 1858-1865 a a a the diocesan a Catholic institutions and a Iowa catholicism an Algona Hospital where Peter National toll by tha associated press at least 432 persons were dead in accidents As the 78-hour labor Day weekend moved through its final Day monday. Less than 24 hours before summer s last National Holiday came to an and this was the toll of accidental deaths traffic mishaps had claimed 324 lives. Forty persons had drowned and 67 died of miscellaneous accidental causes. Other works msgr. Hoffman who i author of Italy and Japan. Said. A antique Dubuque and the re no friction there May be several addition cent a arms and the tells reporters asked Dulles whether m bodies in the ruins since the How arrangements for construction there was any friction Between building was subdivided into no of the first Catholic Church in do himself and the president. Serous smaller apartments and Roque were made and publishes a a not that i know he replied a he Flimsy Interior Walls have col remarkable document giving a de earlier the White House labelled lapsed. Tailed account of the transaction the report of the president s Dis several persons were injured in rip document reveals the for pleasure As a completely mation of the first Christian con this Label was supplied by Murray firemen said Gre gation in Lowland according Snyder assistant White House to the historian. Press Secretary who also said that a although this was also the while or. Eisenhower had not first Church Parish of any Denom communicated his feelings to and nation to be established in Lowa,i0ne in Denver he did not know the Church edifice planned by what the president May have said the above committee was not t0 persons in Washington. Completed until 1835,�?� msgr. Hoff Man writes. A during the inter. Veiling year of 1834. A log House Wainwright body in worship was by the Moth Cra funeral tuesday lists in Dubuque by Means of a leaps from upper Story windows firemen said. Deere workers to receive pay increase rain was reported in Southeast he listed other signs that the Ern counties in the state sunday government is a no longer so con however Large sections received corned tor the welfare of All of no rain at All and fair pleasant us As the Public hotting pro weather is due to prevail through a a Gram a a condemned to death a to euday with a slight Rise in Teml Peterson 85, also of Hutchinson the Cut in funds for enforcement of Pera Tures. The weather Bureau Driver of pie car. Was reported in minimum wage Laws and the farm said another cold front from the fair condition monday. He was or being told he ought to a go it West Wil cause the weather to turn severely Hurt alone again. Cooler again about the Middle of at Cedar rapids Public Power he week. On Public Power he said a the be tray a i of the Hells Canyon project re Lac 9 a in the Columbia River harm tells Kochi a Nve Zug the a for years we hav e been battling pc Scopes so Nous to keep it out of hands of the. I Power Trust. It should be developed injury in wreck is. Trailing far behind were the opiate s toll from position socialists with 150 seats Adenauer also could count Nom i Uli la n i anally on the support of the 15 in has r toot a pass Vvong a by German party the third member of his government coalition since 1949. The election outcome was a catastrophe for the Kremlin and a Triumph for the United states. U s. Secretary of state Dulles had Given Adenauer his open endorsement. I san Korea in a both soviet Premier goer i Malenkos sides in the completed prisoner had tried to scare the germans Exchange believed monday that away from the Iron willed 77-year some a a heir men were bang held a d Chancellor with threats of not and warnings that soviet occupied it anti a against then will. East Germany could never be torn authoritative i med nations reattached to a West Germany resources said they have document aimed on americans Side tary evidence proving the com the Vot Monist Are holding Back Allied Maple the official returns from a a a i the 242 West German voting Dis prisoner a possibly hundreds. Tact showed 2s a or 33. Icse sources said they saw lit 039.97a eligible voters cast ballots. Tie Hope of Ever getting Back any that was 86 2 per cent participate these prisoners. �?T&Quot>11, As compared with 78 5 per a it probably would be better to 1,1 write them of As dead a one u n t source said. Red charge piping radio voice of Coni my nist China charged the allies with holding Back More than too chinese prisoners accused of prison Camp and War crimes. The socialists won 150 seats with .939,774 votes or 28 8 per cent. The communists tallied 607,413 votes compared with 1,361,708 in 1949, despite communist plots to wreck the voting with riots and sabotage the election went off mrs. Demons a Ozelek of Cedar rapids killed sunday when a pickup truck in which she was Riding a Lef . Delegate to the military had went out of control and struck an Cany a denied the charge quietly and without a whisper of maj. Ten. Blackshear m Bryan. Rod violence. West German polite arrested 7,500 communist armistice commission a a category thugs sent Over the Border in the i embankment near Cedar rapids. Cab a denied the charge. Past week from East Germany. Richard Pierce 18. Anita killed the United nations announced they also mobilized a civilian saturday night in a three car col that it would repatriate All of its army of four million to help guard Hsion to Miles East of Atlantic captives who wanted to go Home the polls. On Highway 6 and said that the last were turned red party wracked Wayne e. Clock 32. Waterloo. Over to the communists sunday the reds failure to win a single subscriptions from catholics and among contributors protestants John Deere Dubuque tractor works l Ali employee will re with the maximum Benefit to the people. Now the new Secretary of Manchester Man. ,. a a a a ,., the Interior has Tome along and Gold. 26. Of Ryan a hospitalized killed late saturday night after his a a it Quot operation Rig switch ended parliamentary oat wiped out the said he thinks hell s Canyon ought after an automobile Accident at a f missed \ urn on a it Oun a r0�d Polit. Force communist party As a National sunday on Highway 13 Abt it us j1 Miles Northeast of Eagle Bryan said the u n. Had notified1 political Force. Even Tough Max Grove. The reds it intended to increase Reimann the party Boss. Ran a Howard Smith 44, Davenport the strength of its police Force in poor fourth in the republics a red Washington it the body Oft. Gen. Jonathan m Wainwright. The Quot a it a nip Lucent increase in pay follow hero of Corregidor. Lay in stale ,rj.,h it Quot cok of al a 30 and an monday at Arlington National Cern add my Quot al put increase As he then to be turned Over to the Idaho 3.30 a in Power co. J in which his car was virtually de a Elf Thev cup hell s can von polished but he was reported in he declared other Atli so cd condition monday. Hospital,1 1 a two car crash saturday the demilitarized zone to 1,000 As Des distort attendants said he probably would n 8hl on Highway 67 about to Miles allowed in the armistice Agre us Oil lands be released monday. Northeast of Davenport. Eight ment. Feed hts listeners to Man cold was Invina Northeast i thers Lnu de the Accident. The in. Also asked for Perm took an even ast in the armistice agree the Neo nazis worse whipping. The German Reich party which listed among Hie contributors ppr v a so a Immiti Heater Ltd t no Manloff sept 6 accorain8 to Gerry look what they have done with on a curve when his car left the children i Mon to Send armed guard into a a a a a 1 u a a a a a in it Ajir to the methodist Church was John honoured since the unknown sol grew president of the Deere Law your immense off Shore Oil in Highway. Sheriff Arthur Longseth in separate Highway Accident Fri Hie demilitarized zone with not the it it a. A no to noted since the i known sol t crests. They have Given away by said the car crossed to the left Day night and saturday two Chil-1 korean and chinese soldiers who As Many votes As the communists. The new pay increase is the re Lions of your dollars to pay a Side of the Road ran along the Dren were killed. Suit of an agreement Between John political ditch for hundreds of feet Over i hey were mar me Dean Regan the father of the first Iowa dlr child to become a priest of the burial with full military honors roman Catholic Church and who Tju be tuesday. The general will Are refusing to go Home and Are likewise they tailed to win a Mil to be turned Over to Indian troops. Sea in parliament. Sin was ordained in Rome in 1863. Be interred alongside the grave of Peere and the Union to convert its Truman told the audience an unusual quiet settled on the of much interest is msgr. Sun b 5 Man s Story about the court Battle Between the University of do father maj. Robert f body was brought to Wash Buque and the school now known in t0 Jae sunday As Loras College Over the name j will not be reduced below the to in 1917 archbishop James truckers get an apology per cent bracket in Case there is a Keane completed an endowment c decline in the Cost of living in the Campaign for the College which prom liquor Hatrman future grew said. The to per cent was named a Dubuque Sargent neb. Up a state is Quai to 17 cents an hour. A was Julien Dubuque the City a liquor commission chairman Tai grew and Emery Lloyd acting founder had been a Catholic and Coonrad was sorry monday for shop committee chairman repro three Illinois men As the College itself had been the complaining that he might a Send seated local 94, Law in the Nego institution of higher education in up driving a truck. To nations the diocese of Dubuque since be mentioned the truck driving 1839, it was quite natural that ate As a poas ability a a because of porent 0f 5 children this name should be chosen and the stand i take on certain things. I n a a inserted in the new article of in truck Drivers retaliated by say found slain in Home you a driveway leading to the Jess lard 7-week-old son of or. And p five year Cost of living plan to the j can to Hope to change the philosophy Curtin farm and struck and mow mrs. Maurice Millard of near lock no Many a land where prisoners revised Consumers Price Index. The 0f Taos Pope now m washing de a it Lity pole. Ridge who was killed when his vere exchanged in Rig switch agreement ratified Friday by the on it advised a but if you then it jumped a wire Fence father s car struck an embark a Union membership also provides Wach them closely and raise your1 and continued West inside the ment. And Diane Scheckel 4. That the Cost of living allowance voices loud enough you May be Ince Alon the hl8bway for an daughter of or. And mrs. Millard Cascade students Able to Salvage some of these Olber Hundred feet. It came to Scheckel of near Preston who was things. After All they Are Polit. Rest 650 of pc from where 11 left struck but a car and killed on the gain another cans and they Are influenced by by Road Longseth said Public opinion x x a a Hospital for observation. Die in Michigan crash Adrian Mich. ii Nois men were killed and a woman r a d a _ j critically injured sunday in a head 9�?� aground on collision on us 112 Northwest off . East coast Provincetown mass. Of is Highway near her Home. Mangold was still in the car 1� non Highway accidents de when the sheriff arrived at the Hamilton. 16, of near Plano was Accident scene. He complained killed when a tractor overturned of Back pains and was taken to saturday. Mark Haider 18 months the Delaware county memorial son of or. And mrs. Lawrence the winning faction in a Victory statement said that Adenauer s government a can now act with authority to carry on and strengthen projects for european cooperation a the proposed european army to include half a million German troops and the Long talked of in Mcd states of Europe week of Freedom Haider of near Varina was killed when a piece of lumber fell on him in a grim bin. Father held for mercy slaying of daughter Phoenix an up Polie Here monday were holding a 54-year-old phoenician for investigation of the murder of his 28-year-old daughter who had suffered corporation Early in the year 1914. My their jobs Are a just As Honor Astoria 111. A the parents of Adrian to v Quai Illinois child drowns Church the Wook took Longe a unique complications Able Are a in some cases a lord of five children were found dead the victims were Raymond Par Provincetown. Mass. Of expected so the school opening had a but this name in a few years remunerative than being liquor in their Home sunday both shot sons 43, and Randolph Moore 32. The freighter s. S. Eugenia is in bucket or water to be deterred brought about a unique and inter commissioner. Konrad apolo with a .22 Caliper Rifle. Police said both of Chicago and Thomas Nash a8round on beaked Hill bars about Woodstock 111. A sixteen a a it s a new school in the old Esting series of complications. So Zeal i they believe the deaths of Elzie 43. Of 1218 eighth ave. Rock 300 Yards off Shore in heavy seas month old Sandra Reese daughter the Dubuque German College a r. Lawver 53, and his wife Viola Island. Churned by fringe winds of Hur 0f or. And mrs. Lester Reese of remodelling originally a German presbyterian bomb on ship 41, were murder and suicide. Nash s wife Marie. 36. Was taken Richane Carol the coast guard re near Woodstock drowned in a pail a there were six rooms before and daughter twice in the head w the Seminary for the education of Haifa Israel if a police said a son. Milton 17. Found their to University Hospital in Ann monday. Of water saturday after toppling now we have la a 45 Caliper automatic while she ministerial students and for a monday they had arrested three bodies in their bedroom sunday Bor. Mic with serious internal the coast guard said the 255 head first from her High chair i new furnaces and other Addi slept at Home in her wheel chair Long time known As the German men in connection with an attempt morning. Police said the couple had injuries and compound fractures foot vessel seemed to he in no mrs Reese told police she left the tons of equipment and fixtures a because i loved he it Aid he. To place a time bomb on an is been dead about an hour. Of both Knees danger at present but they were child alone in the Kitchen will Greet St. Martins pupils when believed he was suffering from a history Radii ship unloading German Repa the youngest of the surviving state police said Parsons and prepared to take off the Crew by briefly and returned to find her the school Bell finally Calls them toi ions illness Zinc did t want to continued in Page goods Here. I children is 14, Nash were the Drivers. Breeches buoy if necessary. Frowned. Glasses. Leave her All alone in the pupils of St. Martin s school Cascade will have another week of unexpected Freedom before their remodeler re equipped school opens two weeks late on sept. It according to the Rev. Daniel o Sullivan pastor of St. Martins. V than cerebral palsy since birth. Detectives said that Henry Herman Nagle air research co. Plant guard admitted the Fatai u in a Evv scan x1 in Ine 01 1 shooting saturday of his invalid building he said describing the daughter Betty Virginia. Of unused space Nagle told reporters he shot his in the head

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