Anderson Herald, December 10, 1955

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December 10, 1955

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Anderson Herald (Newspaper) - December 10, 1955, Anderson, Indiana THE ANDERSON HERALD THE WEATHER Mostly cloudy, continued cold today* High of 27. Yesterday’s range: fl-32. Sunday: Cloudy, not so cold, snow likely. <*&*> I if VOL. 88, NO. 145 if ANDERSON. INDIANA, SATURDAY MORNING. DECEMBER IO. 1955 PRICE 5 CENTS TEMPO Unity In Tho Americas Political Patience Spain And The U.N. A Neutral Austria AMERICA “IS THE only continent morally prepared” to achieve true unity, although some times it moves with “a timid step” toward the goal. President Louis Battle Heres of Uruguay declared this week. He spoke before ambassadors of the 21 American republics, representing 360 million people, in the Pan American Union Building in Washington on the second day of his state visit to the United States. “If we look into the life and history of other continents.” ne said, in which governments are dominated and flooded by age-old claims sustained with streams of blood, and we compare them with ours, we necessarily must conclude that our evils are riot grave Farm Problems Studied At Meeting Of Cabinet West Germans Threaten Break In Relations BERLIN P — The West and that we can overcome them if ~    r, ...      , we direct all our efforts to find ^»cr*man Republic warned the remedies and use them." ♦ ♦ ♦ A SON OF THE lair* Benito Mussolini said this wer>k his father had turned down an invitation to confer with the late President Roosevelt in a warship in the mid-Atlantic in 1937. In a cop*righted article in a Milan inaca/ine. Tempo. Vittorio Mussolini. eldest son of the onetime Italian dictator, said Mr. Roosevelt had extended the invitation through him when he was a guest for tea at the White House on Ort. ll. 1937. The dictator rejected the invitation, he said. because he was not convinced it was entirely ‘•sincere.** ♦ ♦ ♦ Friday it will break diplomatic relations with any nation that henceforth recognizes Communist East Germany. Like the Western Big Three powers, Chancellor Konrad Adenauer's government ignores the claims of the Red regime in East Berlin to represent the 18 million East Germans. Only Soviet Russia, its European satellites and'Red China now exchange envoys with East Germany. Bonn is in the process of establishing diplomatic relations with Russia, but has no ties with any of the others. A Foreign Office spokesman said ike Prepares Message To Congress; ‘Soil Bank* Plan To Be Included mf Eisenhower ice row Friday ie to the Demo- Vanguard Of (J. S. Antarctic Fleet Sails LYTTELTON, New Zealand (Saturday) F—"I he vanguard of the U.S. Antarctica expedition is sailing away from civilization Friday, heading toward the bottom of the earth to begin building the world’s coldest, remotest laboratory. First to pull away from New 1< aland will be the Glacier, the newest and toughest icebreaker the U.S. Navy has. The expedi-t nn's six other ships are expected to leave within a week or IO days. Sometime later, eight Navy planes "ill take oif on an unprecedented flight of 2.200 stormy, hazardous miles from Now Zealand to Antarctica. This is tho muscle phase of ‘‘Operation i jeep ~ Free ye." These THE AMERICAN people will not Welt Germany will fulfill its com-1 become impatient waiting for Pres- mitment to set up relations with . .    .    *    ...    Cai    «/*»♦    I    iniAH    PltCCtu    ta    ATTA    AT SWH * f mm OUTSIDE WALLS AGAIN—U.S. marshals remove chains and handcuffs from Caryl Chessman, bestselling author-convict, for a court appearance in San Franciscof Calif. It is first time Chessman, who seeks to upset his death sentence pronounced in 1948, had been out of San Quentin prison since 1952. (AP Wirephoto)    __________________ No Warmup Is Seen Until Next Wednesday idcnt Eisenhower to announce his the Sovict tnion. Russia is one    Md(|6rS    AppOIIltCCi f lOflClfl MOtllCTg FfirtJUSOIt MQK6S decision as to whether he will run the Big Four powers most con again. Kevin McCann, special cerned with Germany, he explained ss I Af fhnmhor distant to the President, said this * and such relations could contrib- llcUU WI VlltllfllJvl week. They are sure his decision Ute to German unification, wall be made with the best interest For all other countries, he said, rf the nation “first and foremost the warning applies. As an ex-.-----,       I    roitrimf    Fla    tai    -    Tho in his mind.” Mefann said, and amp!*, he said recognition of East*    Macers    T»    W    4th    St    of'    Appointment they “win aw ai* his decision with Germany by newly sovereign Ans-    '    -    *    *    th    and    ho-    daughter    icn,t* to R11 key P°s,s 10 ,he ci<y patience" Met ann added that for trio, would end relations between was appointed chairman of the a y 8    in    administration    which    will    take a man who suffered a coronary Ii*- Bunn and Vienna.    _    .    Anderson Chamber of Commerce    it    rid    av    of ice Jan I. wore announced yes nena ut manurer i\aiinLior f|a:n Three More Key Safety Committee yau9nTer ^,am Appointments WW    Ortftnitfir    Fla    tm    -    Tho    11 of three Demo Eisenhower was looking, most active and Mgorous conferred in tie more than IO works    ago.    Mr    The declaration    came    as    Foreign safetv committee,    J. E. Flanagan.    fl°rL°IhmUH^oL^r^wa^made    terday    by    Major-elect Ralph R. “tho    beaniest    Minister    Henrich    von    Bretano    ^ minutes after 6:30 when Philip Van* Included in the appointments Eeghen had telephoned Police were Kenneth Fisher, 2326 Poplar chief John    Thomas that his wife,    St.. J^    ^r rf parks? Earl    Mf* vice    chairman.    Other    Pfi.    d 7.Vear-old dau-h-    Carp1’    838    vv* 6th bt*, deputy    city Fast Germany as a sovereign « I mem*rs oHhf    have    not    [efSlifwere missing ° health officer, and Earl Toombs Van Eeghen, operator of a laun- 920 " •    ^t.,    s'r*'et    commis- GETTYSBURG, Pa. (UP) — Presir stepped into the politically hot farm p with plans to send a special farm messa cratic-controlled Congress earlv next '.ear. Seere4«f-y-r>f Agriculture Ezra T. Benson said after a 2-hour and 25-minute Cabinet meeting that tho farm re- are the men who will mark the covery plan to    be    outlined    by Mr. Eisenhower will include    trails past ‘reacherous    crevasses a “soil    bank”    and    other    projects in a six-point    program    and through towering    mountain rorrnt I v nm tons pH    bv Ron-    P8ssesl sc0,,t 1CV> forbidding areas recently proposed    By Ben-    and buiW lhe (acilities    scjen„s(s son nimselt.    J    will use next fall as part of th* Presidential Press Secre- observance of International Geotar v James Hagerty said the physical Year. farm price depression was .(;lailorc fir,,l.s,?P *m b* 4i,„    st McMurdo Sound in the frozen '    j* . Ross Sea. where Navy air officer* bv Mr. Eisenhower and his immediately will scout the are* Cabinet..    for a landing site for planes flying The meeting was held at Camp from New Zealand David, 22 miles from the Prcsi- Last reports indicate a violent dent’s Gettysburg office.    storm    now is raging in the Rosa “Mostlv cloudy and con- After the meeting. Benson issued area: This may be good for tinued cold,” is the weather a special statement urgently *blP* and bad I or planes. Hum- mitlook for this area todav appealing to farmers to hold down canc force winds could he.p break out IOOK ior in is ana »uu«y    .    .    ..    ,    ur the ice for ships but also rum a with temperature, tart ex-;    ^    I"”1!* air landing site on ft, peeled to exceed 27 to 30 ,(.m is w h m of Benjon. hp degrees.    (mony    farm    headache.    The    planes    w.U    take    off when a \ five-day outlook posted by Bendon told reporters the ad- I1* 2 ‘risen and the weather looks promising, but nothing 29 IIC UUUIIiCU    J    .    .    . It calls tor capricious Antarctic. This will be a nonstop Pl*at* Turn lo Pag* * Column S 'Line Of Dimes' Total Hits $225, Continues Today A total (»f $255 44 was realized Bonn with German envoys on Russia's new' ed yesterday cold war maneuvers, including the Clarence Bowlin. Chesterfield, Soviet drive to win recognition for V|| named ' The warning was believed di-yet been announced.    _    stoner. dieted especially    at Egypt and In- Flanagan made his announce-    dr> *sn‘d    hey were at hom<    when 'cha. which are    tightening their ment at a roundup meeting of the    ae v'pnt    . . ♦•ade ties with    East Germany.11956 safety board at which activi-    an(\ tapy    1ACie rmssin8 awoke. Thursday night■ Mr. Fisher, who is to become the Weather Bureau at Indiana- ministration    “will stand”    on the polis yesterday indicated no six * point    program he    outlined wanning trend before the middle recently at    Denver. ..    ....    x..    .    .    ...    .. of next week    no change    in the controversial    J*’ * JL    nonstop    n,Kh- ...    a    -'one    oi planes can carry suf* Throughout that period 'em- flexible price support policy and f. . .    .    .    round    trio oeraturcs are expected to aver- I* certain to run into stiff oppo- ,    .    .    .    .    lr‘p poiaiurts are    w    ani    aiong    with survival equipment. age three to six degrees below sition from Democrats. Thej a1- h    weather eear and    threa normal, which would mean high* ready are prepared to lay down Ry food suooly all needed in of 30-43 and nighttime lows of their own program calling for a*^*    a 14.25.    return to high rigid price props plea,# Tu^° Pa9# 2    * Only small snow flurries were At Denver. Benson proposed a .ii, •    .. seen here Thursday night and 4oo-million-dollar “soil hank” to |||j|1Q|C fylgi| Friday morning, however, heavy divert surplus crop land into grass snow s were reported in a chronic I and trees, thus cutting down on • snow' pocket ’ around Laporte farm surpluses. He also called for stepped up program of surplus Friday.    «*    .    _    _ Observers at the local Weather disposal and expansion of exports, when he supervisor of parks in the new stntion, located at the Sewage Other points included a vigorous I administration, is city Demo- Treatment Works, reported a low purchase program to remove mar- Admits Slaying Couple Nov. 27 by members of the Hi Y ( bib a Jhif'the'prelude to*an and eene^al oi-ins 'madeTor^nexl The mother was found covered cratic chairman and has been an 0f 23 degrees and a** high of 32 ket gluts: expansion of the rural BELLEVILLE, IU. 'UP* — Off!* during the first da> p‘ .    *    * h __e ^f diplomatic envoys year    ‘    Mn    ’    nze:    on    the    front    seat    of    active    park worker for many, during the 24-hour period ending dfcvelpment program for low in-cero investigating the slaying of 1 mC f u n d s to Tina nee a ( hr i st ”tE*\d    195S    schedule    win    repeat    the    famiJy    Convertible’    her    head    He    ™    a    *>ase-1 yesterday at. 6 nm.    lcome farm families: a stepped un *^anon. Iii, couple said Friday par*> for a (Oft deserving vvaved the ‘“^b'matic cudgel as year « ear check and cour* c^j]d‘s bodv was in the trunk. 'tiicnlavrH artivo inti>ri>st in I Jttlol flurries might continue rn north-: emnhasize.s new uses for farm :nie and that the confessed n children here Dec. 24. • iih a ! mket on the front seat of active the family convertible, her head years. He was a semi pro base-]yesterday at 6 p.m.    come farm families; a stepped up raise lunas rn    ?    ''J"*'"1 thV dinlomatk’cudeeT ai*    w,u    ;>nd feet touching the floor. The ball player in his youth and has The five-day outlook said snow program of farm research that nlgflf they believed it w’as a sex for .bout 70(1 deserving .axed the dtptonnticI cadge! «fti, year a ear cheek and cour- thild., M was in the ,r,,„k ,jispIaycd active interest in UtUe Ourte, might continue in north- emphasis new uses for farm crime and t hat the .    n,ve t,k"n over!    «m^taia areord- ThomaI sald fresh blood was League baseball here for boys. pl... Tam p.,. » Cl.m. 4 I pm. Tun to Mu. r. Coto™ 4    »»    accomplice. Aeeording to reports ast night border pol ce hare^ taker. oxer |ng to F|nyd stoelting, Chamber , d jn ,and    gdjn«B»    to!r„rmer|y    of Columbus. IMI..I * c   1 Fillmore young. a total of sot oowasreee.vedttpm ftomttamanager.    ifte foundry Twch is owned by X'anST.^HOeen a SS lanSi *1 11    ?-^$1*60 84 ms n Democratic Republic” includ-j A|H0« the remittee will con Eeghen’s mother. Mrs. Teddy Van 18 vear5- He was employed in an basketball came and SIMIS! wax n,unjitmocrauc MepuDnr. jnci ^j ^^ npw state ,egl,,atlon on Eeghen. a widow    ^    industry at Columbus and was Thomas said Mrs. Van Eegh« engaged jn insurance work with n “ : w-ing formed    ago    lchools    and mandatory car «PP^tly was struck nu,n m.imd the Prudentia, Company when he Dime' i' nein^. tor rn en.    a*w.      checks.    and fell on her face. Her body and Memb rs of tile club will con- The Eastern move set the west-    .......L. , u._ .______   VI_____, came here. He was a Democratic collected at the corner of loth and mg Berlin. The    davg    driver    training    programs    in    pub- Meridian Sis., where the Line of the switch was made nine dajSj time the campaign throughout em world wondering how it eventu-1 It will invite state officials to that of^her daughtw ji^ere covered precjncf committeeman at Colum th™ day todiy st the downtown elly would infect tile isolated and diseuss both issues with members *ttk location. Pltat* Turn to Pag* I. Column 6 Billy Graham Trains Sights On Broadway Local Christmas Rush Jams Parking Facilities committeeman, ward chairman The'chieTsaid the two evidently and township vice chairman and]friday trained slain near the i——as a c,ty councilman here. NEW YORK A**—Billy Graham biggest city. since it is the seat of husky, ,14- year-old light-skinned Negro and son of a Carlyle, 111., poultry dealer, confessed he killed Harold V Smith. 29, and his wife, 35, in their home the mg/it of Nov. 27. He led off leers to two wells near Carlyle from which the bodies were recovered. Young gave no motive for th* his sights on this the United Nations and of broad- crime except that he had been Helbuge. neon-lit citadel of commerce casting, publications and theatri- drinking all that day and officers Crowds of Christmas -shoppers quickly used up the city s downtown parking facilities and took up off-street and meter areas yesterday. Stores remained open until p rn. and will keep the same hours tonight. Tickets will be written on all downtown parking meters duringj afternoon shopping hours until 5 p m. Wednesday, according lo Tolice Chief J. D. Coen. He caid he plans to place extra officers at downtown intersections to ease traffic ani safeguard pedestrians in the Post Office lobby Monday chell co-chairman. for handling packages at a rate    ♦ of one e%ery three or four min^ VlCtlffll Of Wreck This year’s dush probably wiU RADOrfed 'Critical' s'exceed that of last year, he pre-dieted. sand and sand spurs, a at the January meeting, Stoelting barbed weed    that sticks    to    flesh said.    and clothing. A meeting of the Chamber public relations committee will be    l'    p    ’    was"employed bv the State Con-1 and Broadway glamor, with plans cal industry, that mold public opin- said he added nothing of value held Wednesday at Linders to dis-    in frnnt nf th<> Rrmvnlio servation 'Departer* for two for a religious crusade to stir “the ion.    to his skimpy confession in th* cuss 1956 activities. Charles Funeral H™whlch U «r» .    Mr. Fisher, his wife and entire world.” He termed it the nv. are coming to New York courst 0! a be detector test. Hardy, retiring    chairman will be    ^ distance    from {he Van t-‘    three children reside at the Pop-    “No. I challenge” of his career.    A*ith    a sense of humility,    depend-    A    coroner's autopsy showed    both host.    en resjdence    There was    no    sign lar st- a(ldress.    I    The    slender.    37-year-old evangel- (knce on f,od and the realization victims had been shot in the head Gordon Odell    is 1956 committee    a ctrusele    at the    Van    Feehen    Mr McCarel new de nu tv    *SL *n accepting a bid from New    that    much can he done    in this    with    a .22 caliber revolver.    But chairman and    William K. MU    Zme    health officer after Jan. I, has    ^ °rk City’s Protestant Council for    -rest    city,'' he added.    the    coroner s physician said    ha Police determined    that    the    car    been deputy Madison County atid-i^^3^^ metroi)obtan crusade ln Graham told a press conference    wfs    una^e 1° ^ if Mrs Ex-Local Man New NAM Head a major metropolitan crusade in was parked in front of the funeral itor for a year. Originally of El-!195, sa‘d:    ,    ,    that his organization will open an home as early as 2 a.m. because wood. he came here in 1927, after) “A great spiritual awakening in office here early next year, to befile m u n i c i p a 11 y owned street he had filled a city post there.i^f’w wo**W affect the entire the massive, year-long job of sweeper made the rounds at that ne was employed in Delco-Rtmy I world, and have an impact on: recruiting thousands of singers,; time and had to skirt the auto- offices for a time and later took ever>'. .Part of the Christian counselors and others to partici- Smith Please Turn lo Pad* 2, Column I New Arrivals Miss Bethel Harrison, 22. 1°15,mobile.    |a position in the Barrett Law de- W. 5th St., was described as    I Mrs. \an Eeghen. an employe    nartmpnt    nf    ,hP    ritv where he ‘‘still critical” late last night at    J* ‘hp Independent Life Insurance    Jerved 8    vears    Lat’cr he    was St. John's Hospital, where she is    was^Mly    Vested    bm    one    "*™ed con,trnller and '"‘f suffering from a skull fracture    shoe was missing. Phvllis was    pos    years. He    was and concussion sustained in an    dressed for school. She was in the    lfc.rctar-v    of    th®    Anderson    Free auto    crash earlv    yesterday    morn-    second grade.    Palr Roard J7 yoars- whlle! Police said Van Eeghen    “went conrtec,cd WIfb tbe Clty< ^ w.aN ,    n .    no    .v    ing’    „    .    completely to pieces” when    told of unitary officer in the Health, Cola G. Pricer.    State    Pohce    said    Miss    Harrison    {he    and    was    placed    ^.Department    during the Lester, elected president of the National was driving west on the Dickey (ler a physician’s care    McDonald    administration. Mr. ,. Association of Manufacturers, re- Bd., five miles southwest of here,|      «.____ An increase in outgmng    ceived    his    high school educationU^hen her car .skidded on loose ^An    ii J in Anderson tand said yesterday gravel and struck a concrete posUVwi IMQTIOiiQI 11600 New York City he's “proud of about 1 an of the Graham said the world judges P The crusade will last about two ,n Anderson and Vicinity America to a great extent by its months. Besides nightly mass meetings. Alexandria Man Found Guilty Plvaie Turn to Pag* 2. Column S Post Office coming mail at the here reflects the beginning of a Christmas rush, Postmaster Ira G. Davis said. He ll set up special equipment Good Morning Start The Day With A Chuckle I ON DON u—Santa Clauses Without beards? Ifs possible. Britain’s whisker makers are behind in th**ir orders because other industries lured away workers with higher, steady wages. Beards are made of mohair and cotton now instead of longer lasting human hair since the National Health Service takes all the available hair to make toupees. Museum Piece The washboard, symbol of drudgery, is as obsolete today as the horse car and the cigar store Indian. Appliances like the Kenmore automatic washer, which was offered recently in the Want Ads, have done away with irksome washday toil. The advertiser said. “At least 15 calls . . * ®nd *bc first person bought it.” BULLETIN-HERALD WANT ADS DIAL 3-5371 Madison County's Marketplace in New ! orx til) ne    »    pwuu    ut    atlout    i2 mji0 west    0f    Memorial it ”    Park    Cemetery. Mr. Parker    was    elected    to    she    was brought    to    the    hospital head the NAM Thursday night at,,n the Albright ambulance, the annual convention. ^    The    daughter    of Dr. H. W. Har- Parker’s father, George S Par- rison, dentist, 1417 State Road ker. was a banker in Anderson J 67, the victim is employed on the and once taught school in Wiscon- night shift at Guide Lamp Divi-sin.    sion. The new NAM president recent-; state Trooper Paul Asa and A. Iv retired as board chairman of g. .Snider investigated the acci-Kimberly-Clark    Corp.    a paper:drnt, manufacturing firm in Neenah,! W’is. His father and mother were widely known in Anderson business and social circles Following his graduation from Anderson High School in 1907. Mr. Parker helped establish a New' York law firm that specialized in federal cases, such as anti-trust suits. Eighteen years ago he moved to Neehan and joined the Kimberly-Clark Corp In 1942 he became president of the corporation and in 1953 chairman of the board. He resigned the chairmanship last July but remains a director. The new NAM president was born in Monroe, Wis., and came to Anderson when he was quite young. Although he has a wide circle of friends in Anderson, there are no relatives residing rn the city now. Hits Stevenson 'Untruth' Charge Eight-Year-Old Injured In Crash WASHINGTON *UP» Repub- G. Lester McDonald Appointed Deputy G. Lester McDonald, former Anderson mayor and Madison County treasurer, was appointed first deputy auditor according to Jesse Biddle, auditor. McDonald will fill the place va-, cated by Earl McCarel, recentlyi appointed to a municipal position.! photoJ Michael Evans. 8. son of Mr and Mrs. V. A. Evans Orchard bean National Chairman Leonard Lane I railer Court. Iud. 9. suf-‘ gelling intoxicants to youths W. Hall Friday accused Adlai E. Iere(l shock and a bruised fore- |jvjng jn and around Alexandria Stevenson of telling an “untruth" >iea(l and lacerated mouth in a ja,t April. when the 1952 Democratic presi- 2'car cra;ih !as* night.    j    pjve    youth<    testified    for the dential nominee charged that some His father received lacerations!ctate during the first day of the Republicans are fostering group of the forehead and his mother trial Thursday and the defence hatred.    ,bruises of .an arm and both legs (called several witnesses yester- Born vesterday at St. John’s .'Tixjv.g* m fat iii jr sn aw    * j    .    i    \    # 'Graham said he and a platoon 0f P associate ministers will hold day-* Mr. and Mrs. James Hodges time meetings each day at shops,a boy. factories, parks and other places! Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spauld* throughout this blase, wordly city. ing, Chesterfield, a boy. With    prayers from people in    Mr. and Mrs.    Kenneth Sowers, many lands going    up for the sue-    1826 E. 8th St.,    a boy. I _ lit    cess 01 the crusade, Graham saidi; Mr and Mrs. Robert Granger, I Earl Vaught, A^>andT‘ • . he believed the city will see 1604 Drexel Dr., a girl, jfound guiltv of selling ii .    « “thousands of people, caught in:    Mr. and Mrs. Tom Buckner, ling liquors to minors by a ti rem {he tentacles of materialism, turn-1309 W. 19th St., a girl. PT1,    ins to God.”    I    Mr,    and    Mrs.    Dixie    HiggenboU and    fined    $300 and    .e    „jt ^ave t0    done God    tom, 926 W. 5th    St., a boy. 60    days    in    the    Madison County himsel}    •• he said    ..AI1 we want    Mr. and Mrs.    Sam Burt 724    W. iaiL    to be are channels through which 17th St., a girl. Vaught denied the charge of He can work."    Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilson, The Southern Baptist evangelist. 209 E. 31st St., a girl, whose fervent preaching has at-; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cobb, Please Turn lo Pag* 2, Column 5 J Middletown, a girl. Hall told a reporter Stevenson David B. Courtney. Elwood, “must know that it is an untruth.” driver of the other car, suffered "Under this administration,” a lacerated lip. Hall said, • “two great unions The collision occurred at 8 25 merged, wages are at an all-time p m. m front of the Trailer Court high, and union membership is at Sheriff Joe Brogden investigated an all-time high. I think those the accident. Michael was taken statements are a complete answer,to St. John’s Hospital in a Brown to what Mr. Stevenson said.” (and Butz ambulance. dav. The Anderson law firm of Bohannon and Burton handled the defense, and Prosecutor Melvin Thornburg and Deputy George Pancol conducted the case for the state. Circuit Judge Russell Stewart presided at the trial. FUND AIDS SCOUTS NEW YORK T—The Rockefeller Foundation has given a $50,000 grant to the National Council of the Boy Scouts of America to support a five-year program in conservation education. YOUTH OF THE YEAR - Miss Linda Clark, above, 21-year-old senior at the College of St, Rose, Albany, NY., was named Catholic Youth of The Year. The selection was made by the National Council of Catholic Youth. (AP Wire- the NAM disenfran- SHOPPING DAYS TO CHRISTMAS Stores open until 5 p m. Wednesday and 8 p.rn both Friday and Saturday. Meany Tells NAM Labor Will Form 'Third Party' To Make Voice Heard NEW YORK (UP) — George chairman, told Meany that the Meany, president of the new' 16- NAM had some worries about t. e million - member AFL - CIO. said political activities of organized Friday that if labor cannot make labor, and Meany replied: its voice heard through the two lf the policies major parties it will be forced to,prevail we would create “a third political party.” chised because we are members Meany made the remark alter oi unions. The answer is obvious— I addressing a luncheon of the Na- we do not want a labor part ybut tional Association of Manufactur- if we can't endorse candidates , ers. His formal .speech before the because we are members of unions J NAM’* 60th annual Congress of then obviously we will do it legally (Industry was, peaceful in note* He by starting a labor party said that what labor wanted most “If labor is deprived of its rights from management was “under-to exercise its political voice by standing.”    endorsing candidates, it would then After his speech, Meany mike he forcedt o form a thud political to NAM officials and newsmen Tarty.”    .    r about the political ole ut    In their formal speeches before newly-merged AFL-CIO.    the NAM lunch for 1,500 persons, i Charles R. Sligh jr., NAM board, Plea** Turn lo Pag* L Column J WISCONSIN MAN BECOMES NAM HEAD - Colo G. Parker, left, of Neenah, Wis., gets feel of gavel he ll wield as new president of the National Association of Manufacturers. Here he poses with Henry G. Rifer IU at New York. Mr. Parker is a former resident of Anderson, Ind., and attended high school there, (AP Wirephoto) f ;