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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 10, 1955, Mason City, Iowa ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T HE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH I O WANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION MAKE EVERY DAY SAFE DRIVING DAY VOL LX11 AisocUteo Press and Press Full Lease Wires Seven a Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY DECEMBER 10 1955 This Paper Consists ot Two One No 54 10 iowans Killed in Traffic Accidents Vote on Members Two Threats of Vetoes UNITED NATIONS N Y The U N Security Council Sat urday turned to the stormy men bcrship question The council faced two veto threats which could kill careful plans to bring 18 nations into the U N As the 11nation council pre pared to take up the issue it also faced a bitter wrangle over Na tionalist Chinese Formosa de mands for prior action on non Communist applicants that could delay voting until next week Informed sources said the coun cils prime problem is to decide just how to ballot on the 18 na tions whose bid for entry has re ceived a 522 endorsement from the Central Assembly NonCommie List It had been expected they would be considered in order of applica tion But the Chinese Nationalists insisted the council vote first on a list of 13 nonCommunist nations a move that was sure to draw So viet fire Formosas list ignored the five Sovietbacked entries in the 18 nation package proposal It also dropped Finland and Nepal report cclly because they have recognized Red China In their place it sub stituted Korea and Viet Nam The assembly resolution techni cally ruled out the Koreans and di vided Viet Nam by asking the coun cil to act on the 18 applicants which have no unification problem Use Veto Before Saturdays meeting Na tionalist Chinas chief delegate T F Tsiang reiterated his govern ments promise to use the veto against Outer if need be despite appeals by President Eisenhower The Russians have vowed all along veto all the nonCommu nist applicants if the five Red can didates failed to make the grade Some delegates threatened to start immediate action to unseat Formosa in favor of Red China in retaliation for any veto by the Chinese Nationalists To win admission any applicant must get seven affirmative votes in the Security Council and escape the veto held by the Big Four and China Council approval is not final however The applicant must then the assemblys okay by a two thirds majority IF KNOWLAND SHOULD RUN Tough Policy Likely WASHINGTON Sen Know land of California apparently plans to depict himself as a stronger ad vocate than the Eisenhower admin istration of a tough policy toward Russia if he runs for the 1956 Re publican presidential nomination Knowland the Senate minority leader refused to tell a New York news conference Friday whether ic will seek the GOP nomination until President Eisenhower hasjbeforc the National Assn of Manu thc opportunity to make a decision which I believe will be made during If Eisenhower runs again Knowland has made it clear he will support the President But if Eisenhower should decide not to run the kind of campaign DOWN FOR THE COUNT This is how middleweight champion Carl Olson looked to Sugar Eay Eobin son Friday night a fraction of a second after the chal lenger hammered Olson on the jaw Ready to count out the champ in the bout at Chicago is referee Frank Sikora Details on sports facturcrs in New York Friday night Knowland asserted the United Stales had acquiesced in what he called unadulterated black mail by the Communists in ab staining from Assembly bal Knowland would conduct for the loting to admit 5 Communist and nomination may have been fore cast by the Californians speech Marguerite Higgins Tells Inside Story of Russia Omaha Girl Found Slain on Campus OMAHA body of a University of Omaha girl debater shot four times was found on the campus driveway early Saturday several hours after her father told police she had failed to meet him when he went to the University to drive her home The girl was identified by police as Carolyn Marie Nevins 20 daughter of an Omaha insurance man She was a When her body was found she still had her purse and two dimes were clutched in one hand indicating she had started for the bus stop alone when she missed with her father She had finished work as a parttime library em ploye about 10 p m She had been shot once in the neck once in the left arm and twice in the right arm When she failed to reach home an hour after the missed appoint ment her father Arthur J Nevins notified police but it was not until about 4 that her body was found on the driveway about 200 feet from the entrance to the highway The University of Omaha Board of Regents authorized a re ward for arrest and conviction of Miss Nevins slayer Report Starts in Our Next Issue With the conclusion in this issue of the remarkable series about jAdolf Hitler done by his per sonal valet the GlobeGazette is pleased to announce another fea ture of perhaps greater interest and significance Beginning in the next issue Marguerite Higgins of the New York Herald Tribune staff Pulit zer prizewinning foreign corres pondent will begin a sevenarti cle report on a threemonths visit in the Soviet Union It will be the straightfromthe shoulder truth about the Commu nists and their peculiar ways Nikita Khrushchev will be por trayed in closeup focus Whats happening in the industrial buildup and the daytoday life for Ivan will be dealt with by an expert observer Typical Assignment This assignment is a typical one for Higgins Where important news is is likely to break theres where you find this incredible young MARGUERITE HIGGINS 13 nonCommunist nations in a package deal Knowland left it to his listeners to guess whether he meant Eisen hower administration officials when he said the external and internal threats of communism may be camouflaged until after the Ameri can people go to the polls 11 months from Clear Target But his target appeared much clearer when he said that a short time ago some at home and abroad were anticipating a release of ten sions by a cooling plunge into the mirage of Lake Both Eisenhower and Secretary of State Dulles had said some East West tensions were eased at the Geneva summit conference in July Eisenhower was credited largely with bringing about what was called the Spirit of Geneva prior to the failure of subsequent Big Four foreign ministers talks in the same Swiss city While Knowland was questioning ome Eisenhower administration breign actions Rep Joseph W Vlartin of Massachusetts House minority leader was telling Jradenton audience that since the Republicans came in there is no more 750 500 250 FOR 1I55 PREVIOUSLY REPOKTEn Helen Hope P IScmiss Mrs J W Kelly Arliajine W Heckjordcn The Hreeses i on M Red Cross Circle Nortliwuod A Dougherty Friend The Paul W Morgans Union Dnzcn Club VenUira Mason City Chapter of ncMohiy THE DAYS ZM TOTAIj TO CASH STIU NEEDED GIVING DAYS 13 Federal Jury Indicts Stinson SIOUX CITY federal grand jury has indicted Franklin County Attorney Keith 1 Stinson 31 on four counts of conspiring to bilk an Ackley Iowa widow The indictment against Slinson accusing him of assisting George B Dewey 57 yearold lectur er in t h e al leged swindle of Detective Inspector Ernest Brown said there was no evidence of rob bery or an attack In the girls purse were two compacts a sou venir pay check and other small items Police said she apparently had been shot about 150 feet from where the body was found and had crawled toward Dodge a main eastwest thoroughfare seeking aid One of her shoes was found at the point where she is believed to have been shot by a 32 caliber revolver Described as a brilliant stu Miss Nevins had planned to study law Police said a comparison would be made of bullets which killed Erick Burkwist 62yearold Omaha Mrs Potter Grace ler Hoegh Elthon Still Must Make Decision By DWIGHT McCORMACK DES MOINES Nicholas the Mason City turkey raiser who by now is an old hand at Iowa politics broke up a threeway po litical logjam by announcing his candidacy for lieutenant governor His announcement erased the question of what he is going to do But it left in doubt the inten ions of Gov Leo Hoegh and Lt Gov Leo Ellhon All three are Republicans Elthon who several months ago let it be known that he would not be a candidate for reelection has said he has made up his mind But he has warded off queries as to whether he will oppose Hoegh for a second term by saying he will reveal his plans after the first of the year Hoeghs latest disclosure is that icfore deciding on his political fu ture he will poll the other three members of his immediate family ncluding two small daughters Nicholas 63 will oppose Rep Wendell Pendleton Storm Lake ior the Republican nomination for lieutenant governor Pendleton an woman of amazing personal charm Miss Higgins first went abroad as a foreign correspondent in 1944 reporting out of the London and Paris bureaus Near the wars end she went with the 7th Army into Austria and thereafter was made chief of the bureau in Berlin As the only woman reporter in Korea in the early dangerous days of 195051 Miss Higgins scurried through the lines report and conversed quite freely with her In 1955 she tooktime off from her assignment in Washington to return to Moscow and reopen the Herald Tribune bureau there Miss Higgins was born in Hong Kong the daughter of an Irish American military man and a French housewife Until the age of 12 Miss Higgins spoke only French and Chinese Miss Higgins attended the University of Cali fornia and later won her masters degree in journalism at Columbia University Miss Higgins has been working with the Herald Tribune since 1042 was returned Wednesday but was not re vealed until Friday Dewey also indicted by ST1NSON ihe gmnd jury Wednesday pleaded guilty to state charges of embezzlement and con spiracy last Tuesday He was sen tenced to five years in the state penitentiary The four counts of the indict ment against Stinson accuse him of conspiring to transporta 000 check from Ackley to Denver actually transporting the check to Denver conspiring to transport a check from Ackley to Los Angeles and ac tually doing so The grand jury also accused Stinson of being instrumental in getting money from Mrs Miller Stinson appeared before Nate Levinson United States Com xnissipner in Mason City Saturday and put up a bond Ap pearing with him was his attorney Carl Smcdal Ames taxieab driver Monday with those found in Miss Nevins body wist also was shot with a 32 cali ber weapon rAII About The Weather Mason City cloudy Satur day night and Sunday Continued cold high Sunday 1820 Low Sat urday night zero to 5 below Iowa Partly cloudy and con tinued cold Saturday night and Sunday Lows Saturday night zero north to 15 above south Further outlook Monday partly cloudy and continued cold Minnesota Fair and cold Globe Gazette Weather Data up to 8 Satur nounced his candidacy several months ago Most prominently mentioned as a possibility to make it a three way contest for the GOP nomina tion for lieutenant governor is Sen Alan Vest Sac City Several announcements of inten tions particularly from incumbent Statchousc Republicans are ex pected soon after the new year begins All or at least most of them are expected to seek new terms ing the war with total disregard for personal safety The late Gen Walton H Walker tried to ship Miss Higgins back to Japan declaring that this is just not the type of war where women ought to be running around the front However Miss Hig gins fought the order and Gen Douglas MacArthur reversed Gen Walker saying that Miss Hig gins is held in the highest pro fessional esteem by For 23 weeks Miss Higgins cov ered the fighting in Korea land ing with the Marines at Inchons Red Beach It was the first time the Marines had ever allowed a woman to join an invasion This reporting won her the Pulitzer Prize in 1951 Knows Her Russia In 1954 Miss Higgins traveled miles through Russia and Siberia her dispatches appeared in more than 50 papers here and abroad Workers and peasants were highly pleased to find a foreigner speaking their language Karston Enters Innocent Plea BLOOMFIELD G Karston 30 whose death sentence in the slaying of a Pulaski owa farmer was set aside by Uic Iowa Supreme Court pleaded innocent to a charge of murder Saturday as a preliminary to a new trial District Judge II C Taylor granted a defense motion for a psychiatric examination for Kars ton by State University of Iowa psychiatrists The judge ordered Karston held in the State Penitentiary at Fort Madison until his new trial dale is set It is expected to be in the next term of court which begins Ian 3 Fringe of Fear In Baltimore Gov Theodore R McKeldin ot nom nated Eisenhower at the 1952 Chi cago in a speech that the Republican party will not greet with cheers any pre mature announcements of presi dential candidacies from what he called the OOPs fringe of fear and McKeldin named no names but he bulked under this description those he termed isolationists and tootiers of timidity who cry out in alarm at the strengthening of abors great In Vcrmillion S Sen Mundl RSD said he thought it highly probable Eisenhower would be a candidate again next year But if his didnt happen Munclt said he would support FBI Director J Ed gar Hoover for the GOP presi dential nomination IVING M U S T BEGIN in earn est in the week ahead if the cash goal of for this years Christmas Cheer Fund is to be reached There was a wonderful showing on the opening day but the addition to he total Saturday fell far short of the pins which must be the average in the remaining 12 giv ing days before Christmas For the most efficient aclmini stration of the Cheer Fund ther 8 Lose Lives in Crashes 2 Struck Down by Autos By The Associated 1rcss Eight persons four of them teen agers in the Keokuk area lost their Friday night in two separate Iowa car accidents Four died in each crash In addition an elderly Sioux City man was struck and fatally injured by an automobile which failed to stop after the accident early Sat urday morning The victim Charles O Moore 61 died in a hospital a few hours later Also injured fatally when struck by a car Friday was Sandra Mc Elderry 6 daughter of Mr and Mrs Eugene McElderry Center ville She was killed on Highway 60 when hit by an auto driven by Leah Snider 54 7 Young People A car bearing seven young peo e careened off a road on the utskirts of Keokuk shortly before midnight struck a tree and left our dead and three in a hospital Earlier three men and a woman vere killed in an accident on High vay 64 about four miles west of Guthrie The dead in the Keokufc mishap vcre identified as Judith Lynne Loring 16 Keokuk Mary Grace Winkleman 16 Keokuk Otturnwa Bus Drivers Agree to Contract OTTUMWA UP Seventeen employes voted unanimously Fri day night to accept a new two year contract and call off a strike The contract will give the 14 drivers and 3 mechanics an 8cent hourly increase now and a 2cenl increase Sept 30 1956 It also in cludes some fringe benefits are some definite advantages fo Miss Doris Bruce of Family Serv ice if she can have funds on hand for an early start in her shopping stint Those who give now are specially helpful So why not do it now while its in your mind The address Christmas Cheer Fund Mason City Iowa Or you may wish to bring your contribution to our business office on East State Street Richard Burnett Given Red Cross Life Saving Award Richard Burnett 15 Rockford has been awarded the Certificate of Merit highest honor given by the American Red Cross Cor sav ing a fishing companions life Burnett rescued James McGrafh 7 Greene from the swift current below the Shell Rock River dam in Floyd County last July 10 MeGralh fishing with his uncle Roy Parker and the Burnett youth Cafe af Sioux City Loses to Thugs SfOUX C I T y Two men robbed a Sioux City cafe operator of about around midnight Fri day authorities said Stanley Gene Pezley 19 Sum mitville near Keokuk George King 19 Keokuk on leave from the Navy The other dead were Ellen Hansen 32 Marshalltown John Vincent Kerwin 42 Wiota a former Audubon resident Delfon Christensen 36 Guthrie Center Victor C Borkowski 43 Audu bon The Keokuk accident happened about 11 on River Rd north of the town Sheriff H R Delahoyde who in vestigated said the car contained seven teenagers who had attcnd d a dance at the Keokuk YWCA and had gone for a ride after wards The sheriff said the car failed to make a curve and traveled 141 feet across a field before hitting the tree Three Injured The three injured were taken to St Josephs Hospital in Keokuk Delahoyde said they were Lor elta Anne Williams and Martha Sigmond both 16 and William Harsch 16 all of Keokuk The sheriff said the car was wrapped around the tree trapping two of the injured underneath The accident near Guthrie Cen ter occurred when a car in which slipped from the edge of the dam into the river Knowing the boy could not swin Burnett dived into the deep water and pulled him to the surface Burnett is the Iowa resident to receive the Certificate of Merit u been released from the cnunlv iail since the life saving award was Kerwin Chrislensen and Borkow ski were riding collided with one in which Mrs Hansen was riding with her husband Clyde 40 and their son Donald 5 Christensen and Borkowski had established by the Red Cross in 1913 SAME COWD CO1D day Maximum Minimum At YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum Mason City and Burt Servicemen Return SEATTLE The transport Gen W M Mitchell was sched uled to arrive here Saturday with passengers from the Far East The passenger list included these North Iowa servicemen Sp 3 Jack G McCourt Mason City Pfc Maynard Rieken Burt 21 10 2fi NEW PACT MOSCOW UP A Swedish trade delegation Friday signed an agreement calling for a consid erable increase in SovietSwedish trade next yeav Minneapolis Crippled Wait for Help After Mishap at Audubon Priday after serving a 30day sentence for petit lar ceny Hanscn was reported in serious condition at Guthrie County Hos pital The son suffered a broken arm cuts and bruises Untrue Hall Says of Stevensons Remark WASHINGTON Republican A Minneapolis couple partly crippled in their legs sat in their car for an hourFriday evening in T a ditch near Rockwell wailing help Highway patrolman Hall Saturday described as untrue f Ti M n L ArPii Q t n r Hahn arrived about p m to carry the two from a snowbank to the paved highway Alvin W Pischkc 35 was south bound on Highway in en route to Long Beach Calif His ear crashed land sheer bunk Adlai Steven sons charge that certain Republi cans are playing ugly politics of group conflict and Stev enson candidate for the Demo era t i c presidential nomination convention in New York through the lighted barricade at the accusation in a speech the north end of the Rockwell clelast Thursday before the AFLCIO tour and went into the ditch After appearing in the justice court of Claude Angell Rockwell and being fined for failure to have nis car under control Pischke had bis car hauled from the ditch and continued on with Mrs Pischke AP Wlrcphoto DEATH is the wrecked auto a 1955 model in which three Iowans died in a crash near Guthrie Center Friday Killed when the machine struck another were John Kerwin Delton Christensen GuUirie Center Victor and Eileen Hansen Marshalltown GETS 10 YEARS DAVENPORT UP Clarence Sopcr 31 Davenport was sen tenced to 10 years in the Fort Madison state penitentiary Friday for the robbery of the Pack man drug slora Oct 30 SHOPPING DAYS LEFT Help FighUB
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