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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 19, 1954, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowat Daily Newspaper Edited for It ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANS N I I G H I 0 S VOL LXI Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA 19 1954 Thlj Paper Consists of Two One No 31 S to Erect New Arctic Radar Line Misgivings by Mayo on Russ Moves Doctor Speaks at Osage Fete By ANDY MONTGOMERY Staff Writer apparent wil llngness to join the sevenpowe Western plan for creation of an in ternational atomic agency wa viewed with some misgivings hen Thursday night by a o the S delegation to the Although not tc the Communist move in the Unitec Nations late Thursday Dr Charle Mayo warned we must view wit a skeptical eye those moves mad by them whichhave the outwarc appearance of However Dr Mayo told some 40 Osage residents I for one loo for still greater progress toward in ternational peace and justice nex year The development of an inter national agency for the peaceful use of atomic energy wfll go far in the right direction of Fifth Projaet His address keynoted the fifth annual foreign students the Osage which resi dents each Thanksgiving welcome 40 University of Iowa foreign stu dents into their homes Earlier at a dinner in honor of Dr Mayo Harry Blackrnun lega counsel for the Mayo Clinic praised the United Nations delegate as an ordinary person who finds himself in an extraordinary position in The dinner and subsequent was sponsored by the Osage Rotary Club originator of the in ternationally famous student pro gram This was the first year the plan was devised to enable all resi dents to cooperate Dr Mayo lauded the action by the Osage community as one which bears evidence of the qual ity of hearts that beat erous friendly kindly under standing and He declared they were apply ing one of the most practical and important principles which must be part and parcel of any founda tion upon which one builds toward international He said the project was twofold It gives you the privilege of knowing those from other countries and it gives them the privilege of knowing you and knowing you In place of all your Turning to international prob lems the famed physician said the United States has proved quite conclusively In Its dealings with other countries that it is unwise to assume is possible to buy friends with money Ntw Tolaranca It should not be our purpose to inflict ourselves on others or to expect them rapidly to change their methods of life Tolerance comes with In the United Nations Dr Mayo noted it is general con sensus that the tension which was so evident last year is not so great this year Perhaps it is because this year we have not been at war Certainly my impression was of great er agreement more concilia tion and of MAYO ing farther from war rather than closer to But he emphasized we must be ever on guard where Communism is concerned Communism is a fanatical religion and its believers hold as moral any actionwhich furthers its ob Gimts Joseph Casey chairman of the activities at the gymnasium intro duced platform guests L Dale Faunce dean of men at SUI represented the university He read a telegram from the univer sity president congratulating the community and extending warm wishes for the continued success of the project Dean Faunce said the foreign Undents consider the Osage project me of the outstanding highlights of their wit to this country Jim Aoderfon president of the Rotary master et tire at dinner at the Osage FtDowshlp Hall AP Wircphoto A CHAT AMONG Fitzgerald headline singer at a Hollywood nightclub was among the first to greet actress Marilyn Monroe on her first night out after recent surgery Miss Fitzgerald and friends told the ac tress that she never looked better Postponed to Nov 29 Heated Arguments on Censure Delay WASHINGTON marking time in an 11day recess while Sen McCarthy is treated for an elbow injury Friday disagreed sharply on whether they ever will reach a showdown on censuring him The Senate voted 762 Senators Fulbright DArk and Lehman DLibNY shouting adjourn until Nov 29 They had heard advice of doctors that it will take that long to treat traumatic bursitis said to developed in McCarthys right arm The adjournment brought to an brupt halt debate on a resolution o censure McCarthy for alleged ontempluous treatment of a Sen ate elections subcommittee and repeated abuse of Brig Gen Ralph W Zwicker a witness be ore McCarthys Senate Investiga ions subcommittee Vota Expactad Sen Knowland of California the Republican leader said there is no doubt in my mind that the ssue will be by a Vote n the censure resolution before a midnight Dec 24 adjournment Fulbright one of three senators who joined in bringing 46 overlap ing original charges against Mc Carthy disagreed I doubt very seriously that we viliever be able to get the censure esolution to a he said We ertainly will not be able to do it without the full cooperation of the Republican leadership if around heclock sessions are Knowland said he would meet ny filibuster threat if and when it rose but predicted there would e none Fulbright had tried to get an greement to vote by Dec 20 but en Jenner a McCarthy upporter killed the move with an bjection Statement Sen Morse said Sen tors Dirksen and Jenner have emonstrated by their tactics they ead a group that wants to see his from a When Dirksen RH1 was asked y reporters if he had any such im he replied Goodness me no Nothing could e farther from the fact Every body is anxious to get through with Dirksen told the Senate Thurs ay that McCarthy when he has chance to recover from his in ury will be back here to defend imself with his chin MMf W H TAT6 Tote Seeking Speakership William H Tate Mason City realtor and insurance man Fri day afternoon announced his can didacy for the speakership of the Iowa House of Representatives Tate was reelected Nov 2 to his third term as Representative from Cerro Gordo County Tates announcement was made in Des Moines where he was at tending the annual convention of the Iowa Taxpayers Association A number of rother Representa tives attending the convention were insistent that he announce his intentions he explained Tate is the seventh member of the coming General Assembly to announce forthe presiding offi cers post in the House Before coming to Mason City in 1941 Tate was superintendent of schools at Atantic and Manly and previously was a high school coach He is ta veteran of World WarL V Previously announced were Wen dell Pendleton Storm Lake Earl A Cedar Falls A C Han son Inwood A L Mensing Low den Vern Usle Clarinda and George Paul Brooklyn MANSUFFOCATIS NEWTON D Jack son 30 Newton suffocated Thuro day when an upholstered chair in which was ratfaf omght fire from a cigaret Canada to Assist in Vast Project WASHINGTON The United States has assumed the job of building a distant early of radar sta tions along the CanadianAlaskan rim of the continent An announcement made simultaneously Friday in Washington anc Ottawa said the two governments have agreed I To proceed the construction of the perimeter warning for enemy bombers whose cosl unofficially estimated at about France Wont Sell Out to Russ Mendes Promises Approval of German Pact WASHINGTON UP French Premier Pierre MendesFrance bluntly warned Russia Friday h will never sell out the allied plan for German rearmament for anj Communist deal for peace in Europe MendesFrance said ratification of recent agreements on Wes European defense is not a matter of negotiation with the East and cannot be regarded by the Easl as a trading Ratification should be accom plished quickly and so far a France is concerned I think I can assure you that it will Men desFrance said in a speech for the National Press Club The French premier said his people do not see how ratification could become an obstacle to the easing of EastWest tensions if iveryone genuinely wants tha Ordtrs Ratification I told the French Assembly hat we therati lication of the London and Paris agreements parallel with efforts o improve our relations with the MendesFrance said This he Western allies are doing and must continue to do no matter how discouraging previous talks and exchanges have The disappointing nature of the atest notes from the Soviet Union should steady not deflect purpose of us from our being always ready to negotiate but to negoti ate in good faith and with ade quate preparation not through im provised and spectacular confer ences intended principally for MendesFrance also discussec the Indochina truce the North African situation and French do mestic problems He considers his number one task as prime minister of France to fight against the deceptive actions of Communism with the positive weapons of truth justice arid Must Spaad Progress A primary aim in this fight he said is to reverse the all too slow rate of progress in the de velopment of a better standard of iving by a great acceleration if our economic Earlier Friday MendesFrance and officials began hard bar aining on how many American dollars might be needed after Jan to support a French expeditionary force in Indochina Mason Cityan to Head Engineers DES MOINES Iowa sec ion of the American Society of ivil Engineers has elected Glenn H Doty Mason City president nd Joseph Howe Iowa City vice resident Doty is assistant district engi icer in the Mason City office of he State Highway Commission is one billion dollars 2 That although both Canada and the United States will partici pate in the project responsibililj for the work of construction and in stallation should be vested in the United In answer to questions Defense Department officials said sufficieni money is available in the current budget to go ahead with the proj ect additional money will be requested in the next budget Not Explained Some circumstances of the an houncement were unexplained First questions about details were directed to official Air Force spokesmen who said had no seen the announcement until it was handed reporters although Defense Department officials said the Air Force was the executive agent 6f the government for handling the project Fridays coordinated announce ments spoke only of planning for the distant line However in September 1953 the Western Electric Co announced i was starting work under a con tract with the U S Air Force o the first experimental units of a distant early warning Tha announcement said the project was started in December 1952 and tha the first units were being installed on Barter Island off the northern coast of Alaska In response to questions an Air Force spokesman said Friday the first experimental units Have been linked to the continental defense system Now Practicable Fridays announcement said Four main elements of a warn ing and control system now appear to be practicable namely The main control and warning radar installations in the populated par of Canada the jointly operated Pinetree Network and in the United States which are now in operation a warning line north o the settled areas midCanada line of Canada being built the by Canada a warning line across the most northerly practicable part oJ North America the distant early warning or Dew Line and portions of the complete warning and con trol systemin Canada to be ex ended to seaward on both flanks of the continent by the United One defense official told report ers the exact costs andtheir allo cation have not been decided But he said I think well foot the bill on the construction job apart rom contributions by Canada in operation and other items Daw Lina Systtm It also was disclosed that the United States already has built sev en stations of the Dew Line system n the Alaskan area which forms he western flank of the projected northernmost radar network The Dew Line is part of four ra dar systems in operation building yr planned in belts as far south as he region of the United States Canadian border The seven ipns of Dew Line now are being operated experimentally one offi cial said and cover a fair amount of territory Dew Line probably will arc somewhat north of the Arctic Cir cle at its midpoint to takeadvari age of large islands off themain and DR SHEPPARD Samuel H Sheppard left hears a few one of his lawyers Fred W Garmone before his murder trial resumed Friday A rusty pair of surgical scissors is the latest clue in the sensational case Pair of Rusty Surgical Scissors Believed Clue in Sheppard Trial CLEVELAND pair of rusty surgical scissors upon which was scratched the name M Shepard was being considered Friday as possible clue in the July 4 slaying Sheppard The scissors were found by little Sherry Lynn of Roch ester during ijthe last week of July near a wooded resort in Michigan Police were notifie Thursday after the girls grand mother Mrs Goldfe Babcock c Elkhart read of the Sheppan case and became curious about th name scissors Osteopath Samuel H SheiSparc husband of the slain woman is o his life accused of blud geoning her to death during Underground Boss in Grandson of Former Carolina Governor Linked to Red Party MEMPHIS Tenn Irving Scales 34 grandson of a former North Carolina governor Friday was accused by the FBI o being an underground leader of the Communist Party and held in federal custody under a bond Scales was soaking up a downpouring rain when FBI agents walkei up to him at a bus stop Thursday night He was arrested on charge that he held membership in an organization that advocated violent over throw of the government federal men said he was the leader of the Communist Party in the South Scales grandfather A M Scales governor of North arotina from Jan to Jan Scales was held inShelby County ail in lieu of the high bond which ic described as unthinkable in credibleand a violation of my con stitutional He had n his pockets U S Commissioner Leslie A Nicholson told Scales at a special midnight hearing at the Federal Building here that he is charged with violating the membership pro visions of the Smith Act of 1940 Scales is accused as leader of the Communist Party for Tennessee North and South Carolina Nicholson set Scales regular pre liminary morning hearing The high for Tuesday bond against reported missing for three years was recommended by Dist Atty Millsaps Fitzhugh who said the indictment against the man was returned by a federal grand jury at Wilkesboro The 34yearold Scales Jived at Carrboro until he went underground Oct 6 1951 Iowa Surgeons to Open Records J WA ATLANTIC CITY H majority Uwa AflMricMi witH havr imawctfM of tHtir f i ntt in vrwthkal pwttibU Hr and rtfir rirtf phyt iciant tubmif kill cither it ACS WMM w rtw rt WM rtjMtlwl by Or ft Htwtoy ACS Ht MM MMf lit Nw lit ACS in kan Medical ASM Utt Jum MM it Wilt frtm wrHf bciitf aWractty by ttw fMflv W fw M Itwa fiat Dr taid Thurs day By an audit in what wa always sura that MM vast ma jar ity af alactart Or Hawlay praitarf mam valua WITI fWVftff rAH About The Weather Mason City Somewhat warmer Iowa Cloudy warmer Fivtday Iowa Temperatures wil average 8 to 12 degrees above normal Saturday through Wedncs day Normal highs 40 north 47 south Lows 23 north 28 south Warmer Saturday Only minor changes thereafter Precipitation will average little or none Minnasota Warming trend Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 a m Friday Maximum 46 Minimum 3 At 8 a m 32 YEAR AGO Maximum 69 47 ciouor Missouri Synod Requested Not to Use Confession CHICAGO UP The Missouri Synod of the Lutheran Church has een petitioned not to use the common The convention floor committee on doctrinal matters of the Lu heran synodical conference made the petition in a resolution Thurs day The common confession is a doctrinal argument partially ap proved by the Missouri Synod as a functioning union resolution also set up ma chinery unity discussions with other Lutheran church bodies Delegates also passed a resolution asking that the four Lutheran syn ods act together in discussion with other church quarrel Police never have estab lished what the murder weapon was The JBabcocfc girl told Elkhart po lice Thursday she found scis sors stuck in the gravel road while she wafs visiting Robert Jones near Arbutus Lake east of Traverse City Mich The name M with one p instead of the two used by the Bay Village Shep pards and the initials M J were scratched along both sides of ihe scissors No member of the Sheppard family here was known to use the initials M J S The scissors were about nine inches long Scissor blades how ever are not shaped like the bloody pillow imprint Coroner Samuel R Gerber pointed out at the trial here Tuesday That print showed what resembled two arced cutting blades each one pronged near the end like a lobster claw Dr Stephen A Sheppard broth er of the defendant told a reporter SHERRY BABCOCK Scissors Thursday night the initials did not ibe with the name the slain wom an usually used Marilyn Reese Iheppard Reese was her maiden name He also said he thought the de en d a n t had his instruments marked Sam Sheppard with an engraving tool But only an in of Sams bag would show whether any scissors were mis brother added Cleveland police said the scissors vould be sent here forexamina ion Mechanicsville Tot Run Over by Truck MECHANICSVILLE Mi hael Hacher 3 son of Mr and Irs Robert Hacher Mechanics ille was injured critically late Thursday when run over by a pick p truck driven by his mother Authorities said the child fell out f the truck when he leaned gainst a door and the right rear heel of the truck passed over im He was hi critical ondition at an Iowa City hospital   

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