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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 17, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowos Doily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXI AMOCUM mat Uftitod Full LMM Ccvu CMU Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY AUGUST 17 1955 This Paper Consists of Four Testifies He Was Commie Actor Tells of Branch AS SEEN AT THE WORTH COUNTY Hal vorson 2 son of Mr and Mrs Alton Halvorson NEW YORK OP George Hall Wednesday testified he once was a cardcarrying Communist Party member and named six ac tors he said were members with him in the Midtown Branch of the party Hall told the House UnAmeri can Activities Committee that Communists known to him were John Randolph and Randolphs wife Sarah Cunningham Alani i iu u i i i TI Manson Joshua SheUev George Jjorthwood found the horse and cart nde to his liking Keane and Keanes wife Betty Tuesday at the County Fair in Northwood Holding Winkler Randolph and Miss Cunningham appearing at the committees first session here Monday invoked the Fifth Amendment in refusing to answer questions concerning Com munism The others named by Hall with the exception of Miss Winkler have been subpoenaed as witnesses before the committee Nine Months Hall the 12th witness before the committee in its New York hear ings into alleged Communist infil tration into show business was the first to acknowledge former Com bunist affiliation He said he was active in the party only about nine months although he was a member from July or August 1946 through 1347 Hail a naturalised citizen who v born in Toronto told the corn mittce he was a member of the Communist Party be wasi appearing in the Broadway pro auction Call Me j Three of Tuesdays witnesses al yo cited the Fifth Amendment of GlobeGazette photos by Hofstad the cake at right is Dennis Tenold 9 also of Northwood It was baked by Ardis Hanson Deer Creek and the icing gives welcome to the 77th annual event DIANE HITS COAST OF CAROLINA Storm Loss Slight Suppress Rebellion at Prison 2nd Uprising in Nebraska LINCOLN Neb tfi A 12hour prisoa rebellion at the Nebraska State Penitentiary collapsed i Wednesday when armed troopers and National Guardsmen marchedji into the cell block with orders to shoot to kill if necessary Xo shots were fired Gov Victor Anderson said about 225 prisoners who had set fire to six prison shops and spent the Say Deal in Cheese Illegal Major Firms Hit by Ruling WASHINGTON l The comp troller general ruled Wednesday that Agriculture Department made unauthorized and improp er payments of two million dol hrs to private companies for cheese last year Chairman Fountain DNC of an j investigating House Government night smashing furniture and equipment in their cell block of fered no difficulty at all after PRISON is an air Operations subcommittee prompt view of the Nebraska prison at jv worte to Secretary of Agricul Lincoln showing the burned out ture Benson suggesting he recov sections of the prison after the Warden Joseph Bovey told Smith Enters Guilty Plea at Knoxville Arraigned on Murder Charge the Constitution which protects person from being forced to t Mlfincriminating testimony arTd f kmr trd were Lee stout singer lhf of 0 his grandmother Saturday night The 23yearold former parai vho explained he killed Betterton of nearbv Attica i You Meet All Kinds Even FAKE BARTENDERS BUFFALO regulars at Emil A Singers tavern in subur ban Cheektowaga were delighted to find the place open Tuesday The tavern is normally closed that day but two cheerful young men were tending bar and serving meals to customers for nearly six hours Then with the place crowded and business thriving the bar tenders suddenly vanished When Singer and his wife returned from a shopping trip and a movie he was informed that hit new bar tenders had walked off their jobs Singer told police the bartenders had forced open his front door and finally fled with in cash plus about another MS from Route to Take Her on Into Virginia Area I flames were extinguished at 6 to be back in their ceTJ the Prisoners back in their clls within two minutes or the troopers would shoot When the troopers and guards men marched in to the cell block they found all prisoners within their cells Newsmen waiting out side the walls heard a noise that sounded to them like a gun shot Warden Bovey said it was learned later that a weapon had been disj charged accidentally but no onej jwas hurt i i Carried Out i Ike Grandson Try Fishing Luck Together er this money which was paid and out The payments were to cheese distributors in March and April 1954 and involved some 90 million pounds of cheese Fountain said TOO Firms Committee officials said about 100 companies were involved in the payments They said the big gest sums were about paid to the Kraft Foods Co and 00 to the Borden Co Among other firms receiving payments they listed C J Berst and Portage National Biscuit Stores Superior Cheese Co Safeway affiliate FRASER Colo A small boy and his Shortly afterward Jack dent Eisenhower and 7yearold 64 an inmate was carried out onj their fishing luck to a stretcher Bovey said he had Selner Wednesday been attacked in his cell and otherj For David a snubnosed miniajand H J Heinz Pittsburgh inmates apparently had tried to ture of the President the fishing kill him then set fire to the mat expedition high in the Rocky tress and bedding in the cell j Mountains was something brand The governor said Stover was in newHe never has cast a dry fly for trout before The President an old hand has condition when officers found that he was first thought dead Stover was serving a threeyear been waiting a long time to show j cheese distributors seeing that the I High Winds Drop i to About 60 MPH j WILMINGTON cane Diane churning menacingly1 were beaten by fellow convicts White House 70 miles to the eight days up from the On April 1 1954 Benson lowered the government support rate for cheese from 90 to 75 per cent of parity The Agriculture Department said i term for grand larceny from Douglas County Bovey said two other inmates singer foik Irma Jurist a com poser and Mrs Susan Hays told the about his folk singing and aid he had Uke odd jobs to eke out a living bccause couldn t stand her nagj He said fie used to sing bass within8 bound over to the grand a nowdefunct quartet known The Weavers He stopped answer Smith appeared before Justice of j ing questions however when Comithe Peace Charles Bruce He was mittee Counsel Frank Tavennerordered held without bond The asked about his alleged connectionsnext term of the grand jury con States Tax Structure Division Is Outlined his only grandson how its done price was going to drop Eisenhower motored here Tues had in mind putting all they could day from the Denver Summer into government hands before the April l deadline In order to keep the cheese in channels where it would be readily available to consumers the de partment said it arranged pur hitearly Tuesday eveningand were southeast across the Continental the North Carolina Coast Wedneslremoved to the hospital where Divide David arrived in the ear day but did relatively littje damtheir condition was reported ly evening from a boys tamp at Wednesday as j Estes Park Colo She pushed into Central North j Four or five of the prisoners inj The President and David are chaseretail transactions under Carolina with falling force Theivolved in the rioting were among living together in a new cottage j which it paiddistributors fur the Weather Bureau said she wouldthe eight prioners who seized two with all modern conveniences at cheese at the old support rate and Shave 60mileanhour winds by thejguards last March and holed up inj the mountainrimmed ranch of Isold it back to them at the lower time she reached the RaleighDurjthe Security Building for 3days Aksel Nielsen an old Denver I new ratewithout the cheese ac Iham area Her route northwestbefore they were starved out friend of Eisenhower They plan tually leaving the distributors DES MOINES assistant attorney general told the Iowa Tax Study Committee Wednesday it has a sixfold task to recommend1 Uvard would carry her on into Vir ginia Wednesday night The office of North No Guards Hurt to stay here until Sunday then warehouses No guards were injured The drive back to Denver to the home Carolina governor attributed Ihis to War with two Peoples division of the state tax structure of the Presidents motherinlaw Off organizations c a 11 e Oct 4 Songs and Peoples HOOK jn L T nppwj i invitation of the committee chair j He was arrested Monday at theman as follow Mrs she as to thej devotes herself to her 3nd clearly uncomfortable and nervous lne Xewton shcriff who had been TTo Vn f tpsiitVna sh speciam inquire uiio tne wiue uns tOia ot nollfletj by relatives of Smith i night club engagements and of He was returned P ing an accompanist to the 1 a t e nome bv pane Tuedav night Gertrude Lawence j Smith reiaied ne When asked if she had drunkSaturday night music for the film Dollar Patriin a fjt of anger hit her with J Present Laws Gov Luther Hodges said scatteredjden Boveys move in withdrawing Mrs John S Doud David prob j Asst Atty Gen Clarence Hading outlined the six points at theand veij preliminaryreports injthe unarmed guards from the i invitation of the committee damage along the beaches jpriion yards Tuesday when he got was miraculously jthe tipoff to the impending out Fourth Storm j from a group of ably will stay on there with his grandfather for awhile of as to Head Back to City Schools This fourth hurricane of the son made her central landfall placed m segregation Tues jthis Southeastern North Carolina river port Her force was bluntediT5 Bovev said the damage from the as she moved on a northwestward e jday be released Both Gov Anderson and Warden rAII AbouL The Weather fetvci QJ iiau uccu Miion City Fair and warm Umrd phree buildings joined hot wetern Va western gether which housed the mainte Even before Diane came to thenancc shop camiing factor and j Mrs Jurist declined to after b said thev aredl 4 To look toward revision or imi Mason Cltv youngmauiland lomileanmachine shop de wer Asked if she ever hi to Coiorado of present revenue and teenagers will be core winds had fallen toi gustsistroyed bm they scheduled to the Communist party the he styUed her body jn theias they relate to public school Tuesday Sept 6 of 100 Maximum winds clockedfor and concrete blocks for the new buildins alread w eplied think this is a perfectly dreadful question I really do And as bei trunk of his car and started driving i 5 To make recommendations to The Mason City Public west fore I respectfully invoke the fifth jthe new buildings already were jthe governor for consideration byHoly Family and St Josephs P diter Lonnie nau The new furniture factory which Robert R Smith Newton the special session of the Legislativestart classes on that date It will icuseds father said his son reor at the next regular session jalso mark the openmg of freshmen Mrs dUsseau told the committee ceived five punctures of the brain 6 To direct the expenditures of orientation week at Mason she had nothing to do with thej theater and thought she had been called by mistake in this probe in an auto accident near Ft Campj the bell in June 1952 The voune man was a mental Sen X T Prentis RMount committee chairman saidl Cerro Gordo rural schools and one burned about eight ago and the inmates store out in Pennsylvania Conmeia building about the size of a dou 43 lives and wrought damageihlr azravp ao wprp hnmori sses scheduled to begin Sept 12 estimated in the million blc burned I Buying Price j A department spokesman said its buying price before April 1 was 37 cents a pound while its afterApril selling price was 341cents a j pound except in East and West coast states where it was 35U cents a pound Fountain who conducted hear lings on the matter last June and July said there is no question but that the transactions were il j legal and indicate very poor I judgment on the part of those re The congressman declared in a Minnesota Cloudy cooler Globe Gazette weather data up statement I would not at this to 8 Wednesltime charge any officials of the de HOT day Maximum Minimum At 8 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum Heavy Soakings Committee Chairman FrancU E al in opening the commitmost town scnools in North Dianes center passed Wilming DPa said she waj to be erc betwecn and Junftees twoday session however will open a week at a m Nearby beaches questioned anyway He rtcas m f si It is not quite clear in my heavy soaking Many She was asked if it were asto just what the commit Work on the new areas of both bad that she tried to get a Hollywood tces duties are Therefore I have i Elementary School will be comi been evacuated Tuesday writer Stanley Roberts to join the h Mr Kading to discuss thepleted in time for opening The Weather Bureau the Communist party To this and llle hls in detail with Lawrence H Shepoiser superinistorm would move into Northwest olhcr questions Mrs dUsseau l sonlctlmeij jtendent of the Mason City Publicera Virginia early Thu Fischer Given Four Medals for Air Exploits in Korea with insincerity of pur 96 pose or intentional wrongdoing 61 However I think it is now up 77 to the secretary of agriculture to prove his sincerity by taking im mediate sieps to recover the two million dollars in taxpayers money which was paid out 60 Oliver Employes to Study Offer clined to answer SAME DATE1954374 acted kind of He got mad pretty the elder Smith said although it was not a trait of his son after the ac Schools said con winds abated to20 to At Carolina Beach MONTGOMERY Ala fourth oak leaf clusters to the CHARLES CITY em mrsday withAir Force Wednesday presented jetJAir Medal The DSC is the nationsployes of the Oliver Corp have 30 mph ace Capt Harold Fischer releasedsecond highest award and the Siltentatively scheduled a meeting at on athree months ago from a Commujver Star is the third highest Thursday to decide whether Other Appearances The committees asenda calls for appearances of Don Berrv In Addjtlons are dianola newspaper publisher statestructed at Hoover Jefferson and Pemnsula south ot nist Chinese prison with the Disj First Lts Lyle Cameron Linto accept the companys latest cident The father told of frequent Comptroller Glenn Sarsfield andHardinelementry schools away several Service Cross and thcjcoln and Roland Parks J wage offer or to go on strike L SahamUve dates of occupancy of these beach and pounded Star Tuesday for shootingOmaha were given Air Negotiating committees repre quarrels oewecn nis son ana Aoranam additions are Qct j Hoover Novjm the boardwalk area W a t e r down two Russianbuilt jet isenting the firm and Local ujF of il Jefferson and Jan 1 streets and washed acrossat Sl odds Fischer from Swea City Independent United Electric I fan aiso niarks the movlLrom lhe ocean to the acht oasi was decorated in cerewas given the medals for failed to reach any agree Betterton Jimmy did not drink too muchj lTii i Thursdays schedule lists an ap was about jpearance by Alfred Kahl showed Tuesday that death camelers Association and Clyde the high school to the old t iv tuc WIU U ulSO fi t iClUiiMTU 1JUIU IdM UUl to Mrs bettcrton from a beating jhtUe who will discuss the state Roosevelt Elementary Building At Atlantic Beach to the north Mav aftcr beinc imprisoned forlKo Furnas County Attorney Ward Lrmonies and credits t a x in the The faculty of the Mason citv east many houses were scriousK bom saui morning j Public Schools now numbers 280 i damaged bv waves I Fischer also has won his third195 caused by Connie also were released from China last built M1G15 jet fighters over North Jerry Fisher union secretary Korea He was cited for extralsaid the company had offered a jorclinary heroism in the February wage increase of eight cents aa 3 engagement ihour wninit Hill NEW ROOSEVELT ELEMENTARY BUILDING TO UE tyjjADY FOR OPENING OF SCHOOL YEAR ON 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