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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 6, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for th DN CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THt NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LXII Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy British B MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY DECEMBER 6 1955 HOME EDITION MAKE EVERY DAY SAFE DRIVING DAY This Paper Consists of Four One No M d Controls on C Eat More PorkIs Byword City Leaders Join Campaign Mason City industrial business and labor leaders pointed out Tues day thai the way to alleviate the overproduction oE pork is to in crease consumption According to one midwest packer the situation would be corrected if each person would cat six pounds more of pork this year Hogs on the Mason City market Monday were quoted at which is considerably lower than the average paid for top butchers in 1954 Hog prices have been falling off since early fall Mason Cityans have expressed their concern and are urging North lowans to eat more pork Among them are Charles E Strickland president o Mason City Development John D Vance president of the Mason City Chamber of Com merce Van Essen president elect of the Chamber of Commerce Buy Pork Carl Henkel vice presidentelect of the Chamber of Commerce Ar thur J Costello president of the CIO Packinghouse Workers of Ma son City and Perley L Broadwell president of the Mason City Trades and Labor Assembly Strickland said It behooves the people in a great pork producing area such as oursi to buy and eat pork The only1 way to cure over production is to increase consump Vance said that by buying pork the consumer is supporting three segments of the economy the farmer the meat packer and the The consumer benefits Van Essen said pork is an ex cellent food for cold weather It contains a larger percentage of fat than any other meat and is there fore a superior fuel The lean of pork is a good source oE high quality protein phosphor us and iron It is rich in vitamin Bl or thiamin Pork liver is one of the best sources of food iron Pork lends itself to curing much mpre satisfactorily than either beef or mutton and its flavor grows richer and more delicate with Costello said The total meat consumption per person in 1954 was 150 pounds Ninetynine pounds was pork In 1953 the average person only ate pounds of pork Popular Meat Henkel said he believed pork has become the most popular meal in America because of its low cost It costs less than other The ways pork can be used are almost beyond Broad well said There seems to be no end lo the ways it can be cooked or combined with other Pork is used both fresh and cured Mason City grocers listed 30 cuL and pork preparations which are available at the meat counter alone They are pork sausage smoked pork sausage fresh pork link sausage smoked pork link sausage pork steak spareribs whole and half pork loins bone less loins center cut chops pork cutlets fresh side meat Boston butt roast bacon bacon squares bacon ends fresh pork hocks pickled hocks Pork tenderloin fresh pork hearts pork brains smoked hams boneless and with bone cannec hams canned picnics regular pic nics boneless canned ham shanks lard fresh picnic shoulder smokec pork dainties and pickled anc fresh pigs feet Pork appears in many forms in addition on the grocers shelf Foremost of which is pork anc beans SHOPPING ON THE TOWN which normally ap pears in Tuesdays issue of the GlobeGaiette will ap pear on Wedneiday this week Be sure to look for this Shopping Guide in to morrows issue of the Globe Gazette HAZEL A1 Wirephoto KEATONS Keaton frozenfaced comedian of silent movies is in grave condition at Los Angeles veterans hospilal Keaton GO is suffering from a gastrointestinal ailment War of Words Continues Churchill in Sharp Talk Dewey Enters Guilty Plea Is Sentenced ELDORA B Dewcy 57 year old traveling lecturer Tuesday pleaded guilty of embez zlement and conspiracy to defraud n the alleged swindle of Grace Mil ler 77 Ackley widow District Judge G R Hill sen enced him to three terms of five years each in the state pentitenti ary on three counts of embezzling a total of and three on the other charge Guilty Plea The terms are to run concur rently A hearing on a motion to dismiss he indictments was scheduledfor Tuesday but attorneys for Dewey withdrew the motion and he en tered the guilty plea The Hardin County Grand Jury lad returned the indictments late ast month Three indictments charged he embezzled as agent a total of 000 from Mrs Miller in three in stances betsvcen Dec 1 1954 and Jan 27 1955 Stinson Named The other charged him with con spiracy in connection with the transactions A conspiracy indictment also was returned against Franklin County Attorney Keith J Slinson 53 Hampton in connection with hc case The indictment alleges that he assisted Dewey in two mortgage transactions of each and in conveyance of a 320acre farm all involving property of Mrs Mil ler Stinson on Nov 28 was granted a 30day delay before entering a plea LONDON UP The BritishRus sian word war over speeches by Nikita S Khrushchev and Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulganin in the Far East continued unabated Tues day Pravda former Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill and British Minister of Slate Anthony Nutting vcre the latest to sound off Addressing a rally of Young Conservatives at Woodford Eng and his parliamentary constituen y the 81yearold Churchill said he thought the British government should seriously consider cancel ing the projected visit of Khrush hev and Bulganin to Britain in April He qualified this by saying Britain should not take any vio lently rapid decision on the ques tion Referring to antiBritish remarks by the two top Russian leaders Churchill termed their current SAME Soviets Assailed WASHINGTON OT Secretary of State Dulles Tuesday sharply assailed Soviet leaders for what he termed stirring up an atmos phere of hatred and prejudice against the West on their visit to Asia Dulles told a news confer ence that remarks by Soviet Premier Bulganin and Party Chief Nikita Khrushchev ap peared to be a move to encour age use of force by India against the Portuguese colony of 6oa A DEER PER hunters can boast a deer per family for the threeclay Iowa hunting season which closed Monday Members of the hunting party shown above were out three days getting five on Saturday two on Sunday and three on Monday all within a small radius of Northwood All the hunters are from the Northwooci and Kensett vicinity and the bag includes seven bucks GlobeGazette photo by Musser and three does From left to right are Bertram Bidne Clarence Mortenson LaVon Tostenson Lyle Krumm Carl Jaspers Palmer Dahl Archie Helling Rev H J West berg Bernard Bidne Reuben Tostenson Iver Bidne and Marvin from the picture is Bob Helling another member of the hunting party MITCHELL ADDRESSES AFLCIO PARLEY Speak Out on Told Flow of Barges Normal West Germans Fear Trouble BERLIN authorities said Tuesday they have acceded to the Soviet decision to turn over administrative control of Berlint vital canal lifeline to the East Ger mans but they still hold the Rus sians responsible for the continued flow of traffic A foreign office spokesman in London disclosed that the British and Russians had agreed recently to waive their respective signatures on permits for barges which play the two big canals between Berlin and West Germany In Bonn and in Berlin British Embassy officials added that this vas an administrative change vhcreby the canal traffic would be landled by the West German Ham nirg and East German Magde burg offices We stillhold the Russians fully responsible for ensuring free move nent of barges to and from Berlin n accordance with the 1949 Paris fourpower a British spokesman said American and French headquar ters here withheld immediate com NEW YORK of bor Mitchell said Tuesday organ ized labor has both a duty and re sponsibility to speak out with a loud and clear voice in politics Mitchells remarks at the con vention of the merged AFLCIO in dicated however that he expects labor support to be given to Re publican Party policies rather than to those of Democrats His speech like one delivered by President Eisenhower Monday to convention delegates via a longdis tance hookup from Eisenhowers Gettysburg headquarters said la bor unions have a tight to deal in political Eisenhower said that in such ex pression the rights of minorities in unions having differing social ec onomic and political views must be scrupulously protected and their views accurately Griffin School Head Tangle Over Decision ATLANTA governor of Georgia and the president of Georgia Tech were at odds Tues day following a decision by Georgias Board of Regents to per mit Tech to play Pittsburgh in Bowl football game Pitt has a Negro player on its squad The office of Gov Marvin Grif fin charged President Blake Van Leer of Tech failed to consult the governor before accepting the Sug ar Bowl bid for Jan 2 Ben Wiggins executive secre tary to Griffin also said the gov felt Van Leer failed prop on the necks of the Burmese bclperly to handle students who fore Burma got independence Onjstaged a riot early Saturdayin Asian tour an exhibition there is no other It certainly has been a surpris ing spectacle and one which Her Majestys government will no doubt study carefully they allow it with suitable variants to be repeated he said Prime Minister Eden extended an invitation to Khrushchev and Bulganin at the summit conference in Geneva last July No specific dale has been set Churchill cautioned his audience that the behavior of the Soviet leaders must not lead us to sup pose that Russian power and capa city are not growing Ln many other In their swing across India and Burma the Russian leaders have made numerous attacks on the British who formerly ruled those two countries On one occasion Khrushchev said the British sat Russ Officer Flees to West Asks ASYLUM IN BERLIN Soviet army lieutenant in full uniform fled to West Berlin and asked the United States for political asylum the U S Army disclosed Tuesday The Army identified the man as Ivan OvchinniVov 26 with the rank of first lieutenant The Russian came to the West on an elevated train and got off at the first stop in the American sector Monday He turned himself in to the West Berlin railway police who in turn delivered him to American authorities He asked for political asylum and this was an Army spokesman said He stated that his request for asylum was based on political Ovchinnikov is the first Soviet officer to defect to the American forces here in recent years another occasion he said They the British made profits while you starved As representa tives of a European nation we are ashamed about what those other Europeans did In India Khrushchev accused the British French and Americans of unleashing the German attack on Russia in World War II protest against Griffins request that Tech be pulled from the Sug ar Bowl Van Leer replied that he had informed Griffin on Nov 26 that Tech intended to accept a Sugar Bowl invitation if it was offered He declared the governor said that was Concerning the student demon stration Van Leer said 1 sup pose I get paid for being the goat on things like The Tech president promised lo investigale Ihe domonslralion and expressed deep regret at Ihe ac tion of Tech students who partici pated He said thai no one has brought any misconduct to my at tention so PORK SALES PUSHED Mrs Gerald Watson Clear hears sales talk on the fine points of porkwhile ucsciay at a Mason City supermarket The sales man taking part in a local campaign to boost use of pork is Sam Argos GM Agrees to 5Year Contract for Dealers WASHINGTON Harlow Curtice announced Tues day that General Motors Corp will revise its franchise agreements with auto fire by senate offer dealers a five year contract instead of the present oneyear agreement All About Curtice made the surprise announcement as oly subcommittee resumed ings on GMs activities as the na tions major industrial giant Curtice made public a telegram to all GM car and truck dealers advising them that if agreeable selling agreements which were signed effective Nov 1 for one year will be extended to expire to Oct 31 JOfiO instead The oneyear franchise had been criticized by former GM dealers and some current dealers in sub Enid Robinson to Head Delegation DBS MOINES Robin son Hampton Tuesday was ap pointed chairman of the Iowa dele gation to the Republican Womens National Conference at Washing ton D March 57 Mrs Robinson is vice chairman of the Republican Party in Iowa More than 50 Iowa Republican women attended the conference last year Record School Bond Issue OKd at Capital DES MOINES school bond issue carried by a vote of here Monday It was the largest school bond issue in the history of the city the Senate monop committee testimony Chairman Joseph OMahoncy DWyo asked General Motors executives last Friday to sit down with dealers and work out a revision of the sell ing agreement OiMahoney said the system of renewing franchise at oneyear interval made it possible for GM to drop a dealer too arbi trarily In a short statement read at the beginning of the hearing Curtice said that the public has been grossly misinformed in recent days by publicity given lo mis leading statements made by wit nesses Pic said the witnesses in cluded a few complaining deal OMahoney congratulated Curtice on what he called the companys compliance with his own sugges tion lhat GM revise its contract so as to prolect the investment of in dependent auto dealers HOME BURNS SLOAN 7room farm home renlcd by Ihe Wayne Ping family burned lo the ground about Hi miles west of hero lale Mori day The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy and windy through Wednesday Warmer Tuesday night low 18 22 Continued quite mild Wednes day high 4245 Iowa Increasing cloudiness and warmer Tuesday night Partly cloudy and warmer southeast mostly with occasional showers norlhwest and cxlrcmc north turning colder extreme northwest in afternoon Wednesday Low Tuesday night 18 northeast 30 southwest FiveDay Iowa Temperatures for the next five days will average 25 degrees below normal Nor mal high 30 north to 37 south Normal low 13 north to 19 south Warmer cast Wednesday Colder Thursday and not much change remainder period Prccipitalion will average lo inches as snow around Friday Minnesota Cloudy warmer WARMER Globe Gazette weather data up lo 8 Tues day Maximum 1 Minimum 0 At 8 10 YKAR AGO Maximum 26 Minimum ment on the stand taken by the British Foreign Office in the mounting East German drive to win recognition of its sovereign Flowing Normally A Foreign Office spokesman told a news conference that interzonal barge traffic as a whole is func tioning He said aproximatcly 60 appli cations for permits for barge traf fic between Berlin and West Ger many are outstanding with East German authorities The water ways terminate in the British oc cupation zone The spokesman added that this had resulted in somewhat alarm ist reports of the situation sug gesting that the Soviets had taken new actions to hinder free access through East German territory from the West The West German federal gov ernment took a grave view of tha situation in which onethird of iso atcd West Berlins supplies could be subject lo Communist whim Chancellor Konrad Adenauers ministers for foreign affairs traf ice econofnics and German reuni fication will hold an emergency meeting in Bonn Wednesday to deal with the Eastern demand that barge traffic problems be negoti ated between the two governments West Accused Meanwhile the East German ber labor federation to support organ Ncucs Deulsch labor policies which have accused the Western Powers the Eisenhower administration Eisenhowers address was hailed The his labor cab met officersappeared to beanswer ing in part at least the expressed fears of some Republicans that unions are taking too active a po litical role The speeches also sig naled an aclministralion effort to vie actively with the Democrats for the labor vote in the 1956 cam paign Gov Averell Harriman of New York a potential candidate for the Democratic presidential nomina tion next year said in another speech prepared for Ihe conven lion Tuesday that we need more not less participation by working men and women in American politi cal Harriman saw a glorious oppor unily to increase national pro duction by 50 per cent in Ihe next decade and thereby improve living conditions But to get this expan ion we must have wise and pro gressive he said It is up to labor to make its voice heard to be sure we have those Pfarriman added Mitchell said AFLCIO leaders nave denied they will try to con rol the votes of union members but will keep members informed on political issues Nobody he said can object lo that kind of polilical aclivily The labor secrelary went on lo say he expects Ihe IGmillionmem as a very fine message by AFL CfO President George Mcany Wal ler Reulhcr former CIO chief now an AFLCIO vice prcsiident said of breaking all fourpower agree ments on Berlin The charge was part of the Reds campaign to jus tify their claim that fourpower rule in the divided city is ended The Western Powers them it refutes completely the Goldselves have trod all agreements waler Reulhcr referred to Sen Gold Berlin into the Neues declared saying the water chairman of thcifirst came in Jlme1918 wlh Senate Republican Policy introduction over Soviet pro lee who has spearheaded a currency reform in West publican group critical ot union political activity Albert Blackmer Second Victim of Minnesota Crash Germany and Wesl Berlin This said the paper led lo the political and economic splitting of Berlin and ruined the unified administration of the Frars that the Communists mijjht try lo clamp another strnn slehold on similar to the 191S19 blockade were raised last week with the Russian and East German assertions that East OWATONNA now territory Blackmer 65 Hampton Iowa died rujcd by Kast Germanv Monday at a hospital here of in juries received in an auto accident which claimed the life of his wife The accident happened Thanks ID PERISH SALZBURG Austria first serious avalanche of the win giving Day on Highway 65 norlhter Monday killed at least 10 per here jsons and injured several others at Services tentatively are se for the Kaprun hydroelectric plant Wednesday afternoon at Peterson owa Blackmer operated a harbor shop in the Franklin Apartment Building in Hampton He is sur vived by a son Dean SO SOLLY OSAKA Japan sudden rush of visitors to the Chinese Communist fair here has been ex plained police say The visitors came with handbills which prom ised free heer They found dis plays of machinery hut no beer Police blamed pranksters near SaUburg SHOPPING DAYS LEFT Help Fight TB IKS CHRISTMAS Buy Chrfstmot   

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