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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 14, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for Uw MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NIWSPAFIK THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH I 0 W A N NEIGHIORS HOME EDITION VOL LXI Pnst ud United PrcH Full Opy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNISDAY SEPTEMBER 14 1WS This Paper CoosiMs of Four OM W Jtl Fulfill Pact Chinese Told Turncoat Tenneson to Return Home Mother of Alden Gl Rejoices Expects to Be Jailed AP Wirephoto HAPPY McCutchen family wears those smiles a few minutes after Capt Richard McCutchen won the jackpot on a TV show Tuesday night in New York Left to right are Retired Navy captain John McCutchen the Marines father who collaborated with his son the young officers mother and his wife Betsy to Winner of TV Jackpot Marine Wins Huge Prize NEW YORKJPi Marine Corps Capt Richard McCutchen the epii cure and cookery whiz has hit the jackpot on The Question prize in the history of radio and television The 28yearold Leatherneck the CBS television bonanza with an amazing knowledge of foods and1 cooking His father a retired Navyj Appeals From Life Term DES MOINES E Tripletf 50 itinerant mu sic talesman appealed Wed netday to Supreme Court from his lift sentence in connection with the kid nipslaying of Jimmy Brem Sioux City boy Tht filing was m the form of a cliiVs transcript court elarks offico taid it had no information on whetti the was being ap limply en record or whether briefs and argu would be submitted later Car Truck Crash Fatal to lowan ALDEN Minn mother of turncoat GI Pvt Richard Tenne json said Tuesday night she re ceived a letter from her son say ing he will return home from Red China Mrs Portia Howe who said she received the letter with mixed quoted her sons letter as saying It wont be long The 22yearold soldier was one of a score of American GIs who refused repatriation from Chinese Communist captivity at the end of the Korean War She said Tennesons letter read in part I am coming back to the States coming home but my friend the Army will see to it that I donti get that Big Question Tenneson gave as a reason for leaving China that certain weak nesses in my character make it Gas Transport Catches Fire ARTHUR GODFREY Again V Eldora Sheriff Moves West in QUEST LOS ANGELES Paul E Hodgson of Hardin County Iowa is hert on the West Coast looking for he says belonged to Mrs Grace Potter Miller 77 Ackley Iowa widow Hodgson learned Tuesday he was about three weeks late in start Ing his search He and a local bunco squad detective went to a Los Angeles bank where they thought Mrs Millers money had been put away in c safety deposit box It was not there But the officers said bank officials identified a photo of George B Oewey 57 as a man who rented a box July 28 under the name of J C James deposited an enormous amount of money and returned Aug 23 to take it away Dewey a traveling lecturer is being held at Eldora Iowa on charges of obtaining money from Mrs Miller by false pretenses He was arrested recently at St Petersburg Fit To Delay Meeting on Trade Johnson in Prompt No OVER CHICAGO AIRPORT very uncomfortable and impossi GENEVA Ambassador j U Alexis Johnson gave notict Wednesday he would refuse to dis cuss trade or political questions iwith Red China until the Chinese j implement last weeks agreement jon the release of American civ jilians j Red Chinese Ambassador Wang j Pingnan at his loth meeting with Johnson Wednesday demanded jthat Johnson should now start dis cussion of a lifting of the trade embargo against Red China and the convening of a ChineseAmeri ican conference at a higher i WASHINGTON GodjOzark Airlines plane after taking was that I dipped my wings in saj Presumably such talks would be rey accused once again of an airjoff from Chicagos Midway Airportjlute at the other the radiobetween Secretary of State Dulles safety infraction says emphatically jlast Wednesday The plane was i and television entertainer told PremierForeign Minister Godfrey Denies Flying Close to Ozark Plane thst he is innocent of any misbeibound for Waterloo Mason City reporter havior The Civil Aeronautics Adminis tration said it is investigating a iChou Enlai and Sioux City Iowa As I passed him I rolled myj Called Premature Godfrey denied the charge I wings back and forth the way we A statement issued by The only variation from cusused to do in the old days as a j American delegation said tbt formal complaint that Godfreysjtoraary flying practice in that incigreeting At Wednesdays meeting Am ble to Why I am coming back is ini deed a big question I am not enj tirely sure myself but there one thing for no mawerf what I say Ill getjnrt away i DALLAS CENTER The flamj On the 23rd of August a reprei ing crash of a gasoline transport genitive of the Red Cross General and a car near here came and guaranteed that took the life of one Couldnt be too long He saidj woman and bro juries to another plane passed far too close to an dent near Chicago last Wednesday j There was absolutely no dangerlbassador Johnson stated it would Bulgonin Will Keep His Word Adenauer Claims of a jbe premature to discuss other mat In a trritten complaint filed withters before carrying put thepilet jibe Ozark twinengine DCS said iuday regarding return of civ and brought critical inpreparations were already being1 jthat a plane overtook them shortly jj after departure from the airport Only full implementation of fhe and made a left turn so announcement can resolve across their course that they hadthe problem of the return of to reduce speed to avoid civilians In that an BOXN Germany Konrad Adenauer returned to mouncement the Peoples Republic Wednesday from bis historic talks with Soviet leaders and declared The CAA china said it will further adopt I do not doubt that Premier Bulganin will keep his word to release Godfreys plushly outtitted Wue riate measures so that and white executivetype DCS cjviiians can j Mrs Vern NeaL wife of a Woodi Sirs Howe said she felt two attorney died within minferent wavs on reading the letter Germans stffl held m f can iutes after the collision Mrs Thomifrom her son She said she felt The 79yearold West German leader was given a triumphant there has been Sously esemse theu nght captain served as aidedecampj Union to HflnH Qllfr as was hospitalized I thankfulness to God that mvjcome home from the talks in Moscow where be agreed to establish jtura as the overseas veteran answered VIHOO TO nOHO UUf Des Moines wjth cfitical m Ts were beifl answereddiplomatic relations between lln f The faithful out of that juries And she said she spoke a and the Soviet Union j DRIVE PLANNED j j commitment should be the contm that both of us would be iveal promise to return WASHINGTON LPi Two major Godfrey still recalls with anguish ued task of the Geneva meetings war prime unions the teamsters and sixmonth suspension imposedjand should provide a basis for pro KeSTnXtcomplicated Food Vouchers to Maytag Employes Tuesday night Experts figure roughly that Mc Cutchen from Wortbington Ohio will be able to keep about of the prize after income taxes Seven Items The accident occurred on High NEWTON IPUnion officials in the highway way 64 about a mile and a half east of Dallas Center at a point where a gravel road from Woodward joins charge of a strike against the May McCutchen won by describing A car driven by Mrs Cooper the wisdom and courage to a trial if he has one and to do importance to the German people agreed on a nun by the CAA for buzzing jceeding to the discussion of other I i j J i rrio T at T TrnTOT1 i I 7 it in a dignified Of the 23POWs original 23 said organizing American tag Co here and at Hampton struck the side of the transports iPOWs who elected to stay in Red drive among the Teterboro N Premier Bulganin told me thattthe estimated million employes rfJin January even before I arrived in Bonn acthe automobile senice industry V China rather than return to the French President and his wife Master of ceremonies Hal March named the dishes soup fish Bryan Dye president of Local one of the women was hurled about 997 of the CIO United Auto ers said details of a relief program members were worked 150 feet vegetable sauce dessert two wines and called ou McCutchiout Tuesday at a meeting with en to describe them Robert J Shoemaker of The young captain appeared The transport driven by Donald JE Prather Oskaloosa continued fident i the TV stage But be con depanment Union officals ater met with merchants to outline t aboutf impact 1 and a sixth was reported by the Communists to have died Of the five who have returned Claude Batchelor was sentenced to 20 years and Edward S Dicken to 10 years in prison on t into flames Itcharges of collaborating with thej gallons o gasojeneniy other are beingj held by the Army for courtmari ADENAUER tion to return the German war prisoners would already be started Bulgan in as well as K h r u s h chev the Communist party further declared j that if other Germans arei still held in the About The Weather j Mason City Clear cool Iowa Fair and cooler toweripractical J Peiping is holding 19 American New I civilians in jail but says machin York Godfrey said he recalled theory has been set up so they can incident well because the other arrange to go home Twentytwo plane was from an airline new to j others whose release was prom him and because he heard last week are still in Commu airliner pilot radio Midway Airportnjst territory The Americans also for his Godfreys identity Godfrey commenting that Mid have agreed to facilitate the de parture of Chinese nationals in the way is generally rated the busiestjTjnited States who want to go to airport in the United States said china both he and the Ozark airliner ferred several times in whispers the plan for food v The union The intense beat shattered thetiai action Soviet Union we can submit a list with his father Capt John C union out Aug Cutchen a break down of at roadside fence lines prejn years old McCutchens description of m aventing their spread into adjacent Buckingham dinner menu items hf then trv to find q u e n e 11 Consomme to jo me is a broth of either meat fish or fowl stock Quenelle is what is called a force meat a meat fish or fowl Filet de truite saumonee fish saumonee is trout born hatched in fresh water which migrated to the sea and returned Steelhead we call them in this country Filet is a boneless Orange Pee is one of the issues j i The tractor unit of the transport Union officials said that nationaljwas reported owned by Prathers UAW executives who have been j brother and the tank trailer by here told them federal mediatorsthe Scott Transportation Co of may return to Newton Sept 22 Oskaloosa Prather was unhurt Disgruntled Longshoremen Call Off Strikes at Ports New Curbs on Home Loans WASHINGTON7 11 Fed eral Home Loan banks were di rected Wednesday to impose im mediate restrictive action on lend ing operations on their approxi jmately member savings and loan institutions NEW YOHK WNew Yorks disgruntled longshoremen Wednesday Sauce Maltaise sened with off a protest strike that has played havoc with East and rthecredft Just before his departure from Moscow Adenauer issued an inj formal invitation to Bulganin toj visit him in Bonn Minnesota Little warmer plrp Globe Gazette i The weather data up1 to 8 Wednes day Maximum 72 j Minimum At 8 Precip YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum were cleared by round control to OD 65 01 Second Stage Wangs delegation contended ear Ilier Wednesday that these an f p on the civilians uid immediately afterwardwound that hasg of the me on to the runway wWch b A L me ior takeoff anj areexpected to range over COOL by th paragu Maltaise is a shipping for the past eight days aise sauce with orange juice and A meeting of more than docker stamped a cheering housing field little orange peel in a plan designed to let them air their grievances before a citizens Board Chairman Walter W ilc Petit pois a la Francaise veg committee Allister announced that the Home UJC iiuuic Petit pois Francaise are The action means an end to a multimillion dollar tieup of cargo Loan banks have been directed to little garden peas with o n i o movements The stoppage had hit not only New York but also ports advise their members to follow chopped up with sugar and with Corbeille dessert Corbeille is a pure French word meaning either a basket of fruit or a basket of flowers so lets say a basket of Wines Chateau Yquem a ri d Madeira Sercial Chateau Yqucm is a sweet dessert wine from the Bordeaux district of Sauterne Madeira Sercial is a dry wine from the Madeira Islands I believe the grapes are Sercial and that is how it gets its McCutchen said both he and his father knew the answers talked them over and agreed on The young captain got started on bis hobby because of his fatiierV interest in food and cooking the East and Southii0an programs which will meet de where thousands of longshoremen mands out of savings and loan walked out in sympathy Thursday repayments The International Longshore tremendous increase in Ids Angeles Shaken by Minor Earthquake LOS ANGELES W An earth quake apparently a minor local shock shook parts of metropolitan Commission an official bistatejing increase in net Mc Los Angeles Wednesday agencv mens ire was aimed notjiending by the savings and loan at employers but at the Waterfrontassociations without a correspond were no reports of damage Rebuffed again and again in its efforts to win the ears of legisla tures governors and even Wash ington the stormy ILA seized on the citizens committee formula proposed by State Sen James F Murray of New Jersey ILA President William V Brad ley came out for the plan in ad ivance of the meeting But with the jAllister said in a statement was resulting in inflationary lending of money borrowed from the Federal Home Loan Bank system The action followed July 18 letter advising savings and loan associations to curb their for ward Headed for Molina jover entjre of Red chinas j My course was to Moline and political relations which meant a long left turn allwith the West g3 the way around The DCS ahead of i The two envoys met for an hour 53 jme obviously was headed in the and 40 minutes Wednesday Al same direction and made the samethoughthey apparently came to no lurn j agreement on what to take up There we were both they agreed to meet again with me behind but overtaking him Sept 20 because I have the big R200 An American spokesman after gines and am faster than he is j Wednesdays meeting made no As is customary in such circum mention of Wangs new demands jstances when flying VFR visualA Chinese spokesman said how flight I pulled off to the ever that Wang proposed taking right and kept higher above the question of the lifting of that I had him below me and in the trade and then pre my sight and a safe distance paratory work for ChineseAmeri awav can negotiations at a higher Godfrey aid he flew on by way Wangs spokesman refused to of Moline to Wyoming for a brief confirm or deny that he meant meeting between Dulles and Chou jbut that seemed the apparent m jtention j Wang previously had been ex j pected to take up with Johnson the i question of seating Red China in ithe United Nations Now Peiping realizes this question could not be discussed usefully at the ambassadorial level This i would indicate the Communists have given up any hope of getting there in 1956 vacation WHATS IT LIKE AP Wirephoto A prisoner at the Air Forces SAME DATE NEW STAMP WASHINGTON UP The Post ilLAs tradition of kicking over theiOffice Department announced leadcrship traces there was no day that the new sixcent Theodore school for wartime prisoners hails a sentry at Stead AFR foregone conclusion the rank and Roosevelt stamps will be placed on I Nev The school teaches clowned airmen how to escape or jfile would go along Nov is outfox onemy questioners if captured AMERICAS BIGGEST BARGAIN SEE CIRCULAR IN TODAYS GlobeGazette Sports Bulletin RICHMOND Va Fred Gor don of Btlmond Iowa amateur j champion in 1947 Wednesday de feated John I Penrose Mi ami Beach 3 and 1 to win his way into the fourth round of the National Amateur Golf i Tournament   

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