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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 13, 1954, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper or th MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS MASON CITY STORES Open Friday and Saturday Nights December 1718 Until 9 Oclock VOL LXI Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY DECEMBER 13 19S4 This Iapcr ot Two Ono No GOP Chiefs Air Issues One Mans Opinion A CemmtnUry By W EARL HALL GlobeGoiette Editor How Much Do We Wont Safety M Y central belief about traffic safety is going to be put to a real test Wednesday Dec 15 when the United States conducts its first SD Day SD Day as Im sure you know stands for Safe Driving Day Wednesday will be the culmina tion of a months effort on the part of national safety authorities and local safety groups to instill in every individual in America a wish to drive and walk safely on that one day The reasoning is that if the key to safety is found for this one day it can be used to unlock the safety chest on each one of the other 364 days of the year Nobody of course thinks that safety is mea lured by or limited to one day This SD idea was born last June In connection with the traffic safety summoned by Presi dent Eisenhower What was termed Action Committee was set up for the purpose of getting down to cases in our campaign against carelessness Up to Individual The fact about safety emphasized more often than anything else is that it centers in the individual citizen living in a specific com jnunity The problem has its state and national aspects its true but the heart and core of it is to be found at the local level in my home home town and thousands of other home towns thrpughwi the land dont want to leave it there foRjtheres an inference that safety is community problem and that perhaps you and I as individuals can handle of it by proxy much as we do the many services performed by local government We pay our taxes and expect some body else to do the work But safety isnt that kind of thing Nobody else can guarantee you safety on the streets and high ways You and only you must that as your personal as iignment It isnt something that can be delegated Well all of this is what is at the heart of SD Day The goal of the effort is to implant in every Ameri can a DESIRE TO LIVE SAFELY ON THIS ONE DAY THAT WILL TAKE PRIMACY OVER JUST ABOUT EVERYTHING ELSE Big Nttd It How strangely familiar this musi be to those of you who have hearc me repeat times without number the core of my When nine out of ten Americans want safety want safety bac enough to pay the price of safety well be on the way to having safety almost To this in recent years Ive coupled the observation that the great need of the safety cause these days is not more experts bin some evangelist capable of making each of us understand that safety is an indispensable part of good citizenship Im not dreamer enough to as that this condition nine out of ten wanting safety enough to pay the price for1 it is goinj to come about in any one month or any one year much less a day But it would seem to me that or SD Day theres an extremely gooc chance of coming close enough to jny main specifications to indicate whether theres anything to m main thesis OIM Death Each Minuttt On the ordinary week day in th United States theres an averag of 104 persons killed on our street and highways Last year one per ton died of a motor vehicle acci dent every 14Vi minutes aroum the clock The 1953 death toll reached But that isnt the whole of thi story only the start In 195 there was an injury in traffi in America every 2 seconds The totalfor the year rai to injured persons in Jured to the point of being disabled beyond the day of the accident Heres a grim fact to remembc In this connection For every fa tality one or more persons is to tally and permanently disabled i traffic accidents These unfor tunate people constitute financia family to communitj tf bothThe yearly cost of traf CONTINUED ON MGC 2 IHA Ignored by Society DES MOINES Iowa ledical Society is proceeding with ts plans to deal with individual lospitals rather than the Iowa Hospital Association in seeking e w contracts between hospitals nd medical specialists Dr G V Caughlan Council Bluffs president of t h e society aid Sunday one such contract al eady has been signed with the Decatur County Hospital at Leon This contract Dr Caughlan told news conference following a meeting of the societys House of Delegates here conforms with he HAZEL V CHAPPELL Funerol on Tuesday County Schools Head Hazel Chappell Dies Hazel V Chappell 63 Cerro Gordo County superintendent of schools or the past 18 years died suddenly Sunday evening at her home 232 descent Dr Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2 p m at the Major Memorial Chapel with Dr Lloyd A Gustafson pastor of the First Methodist Church officiating Mrs Chappell was born Nov 16 1891 at Goodell She was grad tated from the Belmond High School and held BA and MA degrees the University of Iowa She Press Search for Man Who Killed Mother BRINKLEY Ark attrac ive young mother was bludgeoned o death in her bed Sunday while her husband dozed in a nearby room The slaying touched off a huge a tall barefooted was resumed at day reak Monday after tapering off to patrol activity during the night Mrs Milton Fuller 28 was found dying next to her bed shortly af er dawn by her husband who had been dozing in the living room She died two hours later in a hospital Her head had been smashed with a four foot long 2x2 piece of stove wood She was sleeping in a room next to MRS FULLER her daughters Mary Helen 5 and Kathy 18 months Police Chief Frank Henderson said five to eight Negroes all formerly connected with the Ful er family have been jailed Henderson said one of the men wore a bloody shirt which is be ing sent to Little Rock for exami nation Henderson theorized that the mo tive of the brutal slaying was rob bery and that Mrs Fuller was killed because she awakened and recognized the intruder MCLAUGHLIN DIES NEVADA McLaugh in 80 contractor and alderman here died Saturday night of leuke mia in the Story City Hospital About The Weather City Mostly fair Iowa Mostly fair warmer Cloudy warmer Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 Mon day Maximum 22 Minimum 16 At 8 17 YEAR AGO Maximum 37 Minimum 29 SAME DATIlWJia to HM 14 principal of the Belmond High chool 11 years and superintendent f the schools of Belmond three ears before coming to Mason ity She held the office of county uperintendent of schools in Cerro Gordo County since August 1936 During her time here the old ashioned country schools were ompletely remodeled and reducer in number from 99 to 23 in the county Grtit Rtnovition The rural school system was iven a renovation along with the remodeling of the buildings the adding of efficient lighting venti ating and heating systems as wel as modern equipment for school Through the For Iowa clubs iponsored by Mrs Chappell rura children learned their citizenship Current events were introduced and members decided on their choolroom duties Mrs Chappel vas active in Junior Red Cross purchase of war stamps and milk projects in the schools A member of the AAUW Mrs lhappell also was a member o he BPW of Mason City WaTan Ye Club Delta Kappa Gamma and Friends of Libraries Activt Werktr She was on the board of direc ors of the Cerro Gordo Society fo Crippled Children the Red Crosi and the Tuberculosis Association or the county She was a mem ber and past president of the North Central District of IAEA and was a member of the North Central District County Superin endents Club and a life membe of NEA Surviving is a brother Theodore Thomas Belmond She was pre ceded in death by her husband Dr Walter C Chappell Feb 948 and by one sister Interment will be at Memoria Park Cemetery Friends may cal at the chapel until the time o services Delay Asked in Tax Cuts for April 1 Billion Would Help Pay Bills WASHINGTON Republican ongressional leader said Monday he administration has decided to sk a postponement of corporation nd excise tax cuts now scheduled o go into effect next April I The GOP leader who asked not 0 be quoted by name was one f those attending an allday con erence between President Eisen ower and Republican congression 1 leaders on the administrations irogram for the next session The decision to extend present ax rates had been generally ex pected but this was the first tatement by anyone in authority hat it had been decided upon The now scheduled tax cuts vould cost the Treasury some hree billion dollars a year Main Topic The Republican official said more time was devoted to taxes and the fiscal situation generally t Monday mornings session oJ he allday meeting than to any ther topic The White House session dealt vith foreign as well as domestic ssues with Secretary of Slate Dulles briefing the GOP leaders or 45 minutes on international af airs When the allday meeting re cessed for lunch newsmen askec MiUikin whether the session was larmonious The Colorado senator chairman of the Conference of al Republican Senators replied with a smile Oh a cooing The question about harmony stemmed from foreign policy dif ferences such as those between Eisenhower and Dulles on the one land and Senator Majority Lead r Knowland of California on the other Knowland attended Mon days meeting A The foreign policy phase of th discussions came somewhat as surprise Eisenhower had indicated in he did not say so meeting would deal with domestic issues In announcing plans for th meetingat his news confereno ast Wednesday the President al so disclosed Democratic leader whowill be in charge of the new Congress will join Republicans a a conference Tuesday to discus foreign policy An hour and a half after tin start of Mondays meeting with he Republican leaders Secretary of State Dulles left the Whib House and told newsmen he ha just spent 45 minutes briefing the GOP chiefs on foreign affairs Hi declined to provide any details In response to questions Dulle said Secretary of Defense Wilson took over as the speaker when he left Hugh S Gibson 71 Dies Suddenly in Switzerland GENEVA Switzerland MVHu t Gibson retired diploma who became director of the Inter governmental Committee for Eu ropean Migration died Sunda morning shortly after arising fo the day He was 71 i The veteran diplomat who ha served the United States at man posts throughout the world unti retirement 17 years ago and a dozens of international conference died at home outside Geneva His valet was helping him dres when Gibson suffered a heart at tack In Washington Secretary t State Dulles said he was deepl grieved by the news saying Gib son had been a persona friend for many years SOMETHING USEFUL CHICAGO UP Several de partment stores here have an an swer for the Christmas shoppc who cant figure out what to ge for that friend whos got every They suggest minkline ice bucket or a jeweled can opener Comic Books Burned at Vancouver VANCOUVER WiM o r than comic books went up in flames in a weekend civic demon stration against the crime and nor ror types AP Wlrftphnto ICY ORDEAL Joe Husar 6yearold Fort Dodge boy Monday was recuperating from an ordeal Saturday in which he was trapped 25 minutes under ice which covered a stream Robert Blunt 23 right wadecl chest deep in the water to rescue the boy Joe was able to breath since the current face in the narrow air space directly beneath the layer of ice Nation Primed for Safe Driving Day CHICAGO WVThe nations mobile millions Monday headed for an extraordinary test of their ability to drive and walk safely for 24 hours The test comes Wednesday It has been designated Safe Driving Motorists and pedestrians in communities across the country are being alerted by newspaper stories radio broadcasts modern Paul in sound trucks parades xsters and handbills President Eisenhower pro claimed SD Day It is sponsored by the Presidents Action Commit Lee for Highway Safety The purpose is to reduce traffic U N Accused of Interfering in Red Affairs UNITED NATIONS N Y UP Red China Monday angrily accused the United Nations of interfering in the Communist regimes affairs by authorizing Secretary General Dag Hamtnarskjold to try to arrange the release of 11 American airmen jailed there as Radio Pciping official voice of Red China indicated that the out cast Communist government would reject any overtures made by lammarskjold on behalf of the fliers Red Chinas reaction came after Britains Delegate Anthony Nutting said his government stands four square behind States and United Nations to gain release of the airmen The Peiping broadcast quoting roni an editorial in the official Peiping Peoples Daily said the United States goaded the Gen eral Assembly into taking action which it called illegal and Criticins It said the United Nations has no right to interfere with Chinas sentencing ot American The banner of the United Na tions cannot cover up the United States crime ot airdropping spies n Radio Peiping said no matter what means arc taken the civilized world knows what the Titos Trial Is Under Way ESTHERVILLE WtTrial of for mer sheriff Emlet Twito on a charge of drunken driving began in District Court here Monday as se lection of a jury got under way Because jury selection was pro ceeding slowly it appeared unlikely that trial testimony would begin until at least Tuesday Twito resigned Dec 3 for the re mainder of his current term as sheriff thus forestalling a hear ing on a petition asking that he be ousted Twito also was reelected to a new term as sheriff for the two year period beginninig Jan 1 He has not said whether he will at tempt to qualify for the new term but there are indications that he will The drunk driving charge against Twito grows out of his arrest last Sept 22 when a car he was driving was involved in collisions with two other vehicles in Estherville Twito and two other persons were hos pitalized as a result of the acci dent AIRMEN KILLED GIG HARBOR Wash MVTwo Air Force pilots were killed Sun day in a collision of their Sabre jet planes across Puget Sound from McChord Air Force Base accidents greatly to show that can be done The reduction has not been specified The goal least is a big slash and at best no accidents at all The committee has let each com munity make its own howtodoi arrangements Some be doing very little Others are mak ing a major event of it Then never has been anything quiti like it Many cities have challenged oth er cities to SD Day contests Thousands of bumper strips anc stickers have been distributed Plans hove been made to ring church bells voice be careful pleas through loud to pause and pray The National Safety Council esti mates 50 million motor vehicle and about 150 million drivers rid crs and walkers will be on the roads and streets represent a tremendous exposur to hazard But there also is considcrabli room for improvement in the na tions safety record Last year traf fie accidents averaged about per day Motor vehicle deaths through the first 10 months of thi year averaged 97 per day Traffic officials in Washington D plan to carry the safe drivini program during the holiday period COURTROOM Samuel Sheppard standing at ritfht surveys the court room before the start of Mondays session in his first degree murder trial at Cleveland Seated at the table are left to assistant prosecutors Sol D a n a c e a u and John Marion and defense counsel William Corrigan Behind Corrigan is assistant defense counsel Fred Gannone Story on page truth The broadcast did not refer to Ilammarskjolds cabled request for a Dec 26 meeting in Pciping with Red Chinas Premier Chou EnLai Harnmarskjolds message left New York at last Friday slightly more than an hour after the General Assembly had request ed by a 475 vote that he negotiate for the fliers release The message was traced to Shanghai at 6 Friday From there it was expect ed to be forwarded to Peiping Everyone knows that the U S government has appro mated large sums of money for liring spies to conduct subversive activities against the Soviet Union and the Peoples hc broadcast said Turning to the United Nations to cover up its criminal activity once again the U S hopes to divert world attention to engineer slanders against the Chinese peo pie to fan the flames of war anc animosity and so to aggravate world The Red Chinese tirade agains the United Nations was expected to bring strong reaction from free world diplomats Red Chinas attitude in view o her repeated attempts to get intt the United Nations puzzled West era diplomats They could no understand why the Peiping re gime chose to announce the sen lerices imposed on the American at a lime when the Soviet Union was speaking softly of peacefu Condon Quits Research Job CORNING Ed ward U Condon has resigned a director of research and devel opment for the Corning Glas Works because of the withdrawn of his government security clear ance last Oct 21 the company announced Monday A company spokesman said Con don had left by automobile fo Berkeley where he plan to make his home He said hi would remain available as a con sultant in the companys long range program of fundamental re search into the structure anc property of The announcement came less than two months after Condon had announced that he would apply for further review of his security status saying I have been fully cleared for secret data four times T will be pleased to be cleared a fifth time confident that ope more honest objective review of my record can only lead to this Prom m Friend Mr and Mrs Houston Ten Pint Luthortn Circle No It Police Auilllurr Good Wilf Circle Hunlontown Ilimmy Kite Bit SUIhelm Cluli i mi North Mother Club No M Womens Union Church A In Memory of Mult J Mulllut GloboGazclle MM TUB TOTAt 1 TOTAITO DATE I CASH smi NEEDED 70 Days to Reach That Cheer Goal ITH THE DEAD LINE FOR ths 1954 Christmas Cheer Fund less than two weeks away the amount needed to assure against Empty Stock ings in our com munity takes on a rather formid able appear ancc Its and it must be raised in 10 giving days That means an average of a day from now on in One of the most encouraging auguries in the situation is the re port that in numerous places a start has been made toward group giving This has meant the differ ence between success and failure in each of the 28 past campaigns If nobody else has taken the lead in the place where you work why dont YOU take over With time running out on us wont you please either bring your gift to the GlobeGazette business office or mail it to Chrittmis Chur GlobtGatetU Mason City la Sioux City an Is Victim of Smoke SIOUX CITY MiFrank Ray mond Hicks 50 Sioux City died in his smokefilled home which was damaged by fire Sunday Woodbury County Coroner Dr Thomas L Coriden said Hicks probably suffocated from the smoke An autopsy was planned Monday Firemen said they found Hicks lying in the kitchen less than 15 feet from the back door He appar ently had been trying to escape they said He was pronounced dead on arrival at a hospital NO PATRONAGE KANSAS CITY Mo ton Tice national Commander of the Veterans of Foreign Wars has urged Americans to stop buying Christmas ornaments and decora tions manufactured in Russia or her satellites SHOPPING WYS16FT   

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