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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 15, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                fe North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the CITY G HOME EDITION Associated United Press Full Lease MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY DECEMBER IS Thla Paper Consists ot Four SectionsSection Out MAKE EVERY DAY SAFE DRIVING DAY DULLES TELLS NATO CHlEFSjUjPARR MEETING Soviet Gold War on Aqaih FOUR DIE IN FIRE Firemen carry down thebodyTf Mary Morrison 48 after she and three other members of her family perished Thursday in a fire which swept their eightroom house at Hopkinton Mass Her husband George a son Peter 8 and her motherinlaw Florence Morrison were the other victims NOT HELPFUL lowan Denies He Once Was Commie former National Labor Relations Board attorney now living in Iowa has been Criticized as not being very helpful in his testimony before the House UnAmerican Activities Conimittee iH rr Heald Rapids Iowa was one of a number of persons Identified the committee said Thursday by a former law professor as having been Communists at proicssor time A committee spokesman said Prof Herbert Fuchs 50 formei law professor at American Univer sity in Washington D had iden lified Heald as a member of a Com numist group formerly employed by the NLRB in Washington Denies Charge Heald denied he was a Commit nist and added that he met each week from 1938 to January 1941 with the NLRB group named bj Fuchs but that he never saw or heard anything to indicate they were Communists In 1942 Pleald testified after he hud joined the Office of Price Ad ministration OPA and been as signed to its Chicago office he joined a similar group of six to eight Chicago residents Heald said he went to meetings at the homes of the various mem bers for about three years for dis cussions about current affairs and peace but that he never learned any of their last names He said he did not know any of them to be Communists Not Curious Scherer ROhio asked if he was shielding this Rep Heald group No T am son Heald said a curious per Scherer said the Chicago group may have been government cm ployes not known to us This witness is not being verj helpful in disclosing their identi Scherer declared I believe his story of associating with them for three years going to their homes and not being able to iden tify them is About The Weather Mason City Mostly fair and con tinued cold Thursday night and Friday with diminishing wind Thursday night Low Thursday night 15 below High Friday 15 20 Iowa Mostly fair with diminishing winds Thursday night ahcl Friday Continued cold Low Thursday night 05 below north 05 above south Minnesota Continued cold Globe Gazette Weather data up to 8 a m Thurs day Maximum 14 Minimum 0 At 8 a ml 2 YEAR AGO Maximum 35 Minimum 27 I FAIR Youths Still in Race for Scholarships CHICAGO National Mer it Scholarship Corp announced the names Thursday of high school seniors who passed semi final tests leading to college schol arships They are the survivors of more han topranking seniors who ook initial examinations in late Oc ober in high schools in the United States and its territories The winners will take a second examination Jan 14 cutting the ield to Subsequent screening will reduce the number of scholar ships to approximately 500 Win ners will be notified before May 1 The tests are part of the largest ndependent scholarship program n the history of American ecluca ion Iowa semifinalists include Algona Sandra F Shumway Dick ViPond Charles A Thor on Route 1 Bradley Clear E Bryan 312 N 13th L Bcrge Shar on R Finberg H Flint Ann Evans Mason City Brian BrunsvoM Denounce Veto of Japan U N Gets 16 New Members United States Thursday denounced the Soviet veto of Japans bid for United Nations membership is a glaring and called for Russia to reverse its stand prqmpt ly A State Department spokesman said the Soviets had engaged in a cynical action to preserve a bargaining pawn in their negotia tions with Japan over a peace set tlement Russia accepted 16 countries for U N membership Wednesday but blackballed Japan In accepting the 16 the Soviet Union reversed an earlier policy by which it vetoed all free nationspro posed as new U N members be cause Nationalist China had ve toed Outer Mongolia Dramatic Switch In pulling off the dramatic switch Wednesday the Soviets pro posed that both Outer Mongolia and Japan be temporarily dropped from the package deal U S Ambassa dor Henry Cabot Lodge put in an amendment in the Security Council at New York to add Japan to the list for admission Soviet Ambassa dor Arkady Sobolev vetoed this Lodge then proposed a resolution still pending that the Security Council go on record as favoring Japans admittance next year State Department Press Officer Lincoln White told reporters the United States government still hopes the Soviet Union will with draw its veto of Japan before the end of the present U N Assembly session which is to be concluded this week White said he assumed that vari ous countries were urging the Sov iets to do this He also spoke of the tremendous presssure of World opinion on Russia Cites Regret In Tokyo U S Ambassador John M Allison called on Foreign Minister Shigemitsu and said the United States is extremely sor ry that Russia has once more ve toed Japans admission to the U White reported These were the new additions to the roster To the Soviet bloc now a group of nine Bul garia Hungary and Romania On the nonCommunist side Ireland Portugal Italy Austria Finland and Spain all European and Libya Jordan Ceylon Nepal Cambodia and Laos recruits for the AsianArab bloc When Spain last of the 16 nations to apply was accepted the Assem bly hall resounded with 26 seconds of applause This Lads Attitude Could Be Called DEVIL MAY CARE JESS s a Prsonwifh a regular permit with him in the car Seek Slayers of Two Women in Nebraska Former low an Victim Solon Not Stopped in Berlin Tours City With Radio all available men Thursday coed attractive housewife and an h on In Lincoln the search was for ne person who strangled Nancy Parker 22 formerly Des Moines n her little white home secluded m trees in the citys Antelope Park and standing some 250 yards away from the nearest residence Foresters Wife She was the wife of the city forester Darrell F Parker who found her nearly nude body when he returned home for lunch Wednesday after trimming a Christmas tree in the State Capitol Building In Omaha 60 miles away the search was for the person wno fired four bul 1 e f s into the body of 20year o 1 d Carolyn Neyins Omaha University s t u dent She was found dead on a snow covered campus road last Saturday There was nothing to link the two slayings the MRS PARKER as having been perpetrated by the 930 N Jefferson Norma l Cook 809 Pennsylvania Rob ert A Peck 86 Brook Terrace New Glcason Girvan Fox 11 Men Rescued After Motor Vessel Sinks MIAMI Fla m Eleven men whose 104foot motor vessel sank in the stormtossed Atlantic 75 miles northeast of Miami arrived here Thursday after a dramatic rescue by a tanker The motor vessel Monster owned y the Thompson Construction St Petersburg sank three miles west of Great Isaac Light in he Bahamas Wednesday night Two hours and after she sent her first hands had been rescued by a passing tanker URUGUAY CHIEF ILL CHICAGO MPresident Luis BatlleBerres of Uruguay was in hospital Thursday suffering from vhat was described as extreme Tenneson Arrives at Tokyo on Way Home TOKYO UP American turn coat Richard Tenneson Thursday said his conscience guided him to acceptance of communism in Red China but I have betrayed no The former Army private first class from Aldcn stopper over here briefly cnroutc home A little over an hour after he arrived he left aboard a Northwest Airlines flight for Seattle from where an other flight would take him to Min neapolis Friday morning GETS DAMAGES CLARINDA Iff Delbert Slater Red Oak farmer has been awarded damages in District Court in his suit against a Shenandoah po liceman charging that he was assaulted and wrongfully im prisoned same person Hot Clue A car was a hot clue in the Parker case It was a black or dark blue Ford of 1949 or 1950 vint age It had been seen near the Parker home by two workmen They saw it the men said shortly after Parker left When Parker came home he found his wife dead on a bed Tightly knotted around her neck was a piece of brown wrapping twine Police officials believed the mur der was a sex crime even though an autopsy failed to show whether she had been assaulted Mr and Mrs Parker were grad uates of Iowa State College They were married abbut 18 months ago NEGRO DOCTORS ADMITTED DALLAS the first time m its 80year history the Dallas County Medical Society has admit ted Negroes into their organiza tion Executive Secretary Millard Heath said Wednesday Youth Hunted Down After Shooting 3 VANDERGRIFT Pa tf A 17 yearold lovesick youth who killed the parents and uncle of a girl who spurned him was shot and capturec by a police posse Thursday after a brief gun battle State police said the youth wa taken into custody after woundin the police chief of nearby Apollp Chief Gus Zanos was shot in th side of the face He was not re ported in serious condition The posse closed in on John Fal one after he shot and wounded Zanos in a snowcovered woodec area about four miles north of Van dergrift and 30 miles northeasjt of ittsburgh Fallone state police said suf ered a head wound and was be ieved seriously wounded He was cornered by a posse of officers on v ride not far from his home vhere he had taken refuge behimi tree stump One state policeman in the posse ircd about 10 shots into the stump fhen he fired twice more as Fal one poked his head around the tump Witnesses standing out of range eportcd there was another out urst of gunfire before one of the oliccmcn said he thought he heard dull thud Members of BERLIN congress man Thursday toured East Berlin in a radio telephoneequipped Army sedan in a show of American determination to retain the right of free movement throughout this divided city Rep Ed Edmondson drove into the Soviet sector only a day after Soviet Ambassador G M Pushkin had rejected an Al lied protest against the arrest of two congressmen under the same circumstances in East Berlin Pushkin said the sovereign East Germans have the right to arrest Westeners for having radio and telephone equipment in vehicles Edmondson was accompanied by Capt Peter Bennett Army escort officer from Sebastopol Calif No Trouble at All Despite Pushkins rejection of Allied insistence that fourpower occupation rules still apply the Soviets suddenly decided Thursday to allow 12 American soldiers to en ter the Communist Zone of Ger many to search for American war M Anon PREVIOUSLY HElORTED Geneseo Homcmakers Sheffield The M Knudson First Christian Church Mission Mason City Lions Club Dave Doug Sue nl Myers Beauty Studio L Brownie Troop 78 Hoover School The Mendons The C tilrds From Wildwood Robert i Stephen Strom Prom Ralph Sally Prom II Kalhie Jcanle Blanchard St Vincent dc paul Hoiy 31X00 4 till MidEast Asia New Targets Three Ideas Advanced afish lake mills Frfend A Brllt Friend Peter Dahl Mason Ciiy KniffMs Madison Girl Scouts i Brownies Nancy Lee Sherman aii Wilson Girl tredlt Womens Breakfast Club Vordcn Unit mi vclcda Study Club Sew Club at Odd Fellows Ilume The Howard Dclahojdcs Alpha Chi Chapter Beta siBmi The soldiers entered peacefully and with full military courtesy ex tended byRussian border guards The Edmondson tour of East Berlin also was without incident There was no trouble at Army authorities said The Army sedan entered th Communist sector at returned to West Berlin at Edmondson and Bennett stopped off at the Soviet war memorial where two other congressmen the vife of one and their escort officer ere arrested at pistolpoint by East German police Nov 27 for iolating the law against using ra iotelephoneequipped vehicles Gleaners THE DAYS GOAL OF CAMPAIGN CASH STILL NEEDED GIVING DAK PARIS un Secretary of State Dulles told the NATO Council of Ministers Thursday the East west cold war again after nearly a year of Soviet policy zig The American secretary dis cussing the trends and motives of Russian policy in 1955 declared the new rulers of the Soviet Union have opened dangerous new cold war fronts in the Middle East and South Asia He added however that the 15 nation Atlantic Alliance had over come greater dangers in the past by remaining ever vigilant and united Dulles spoke at the opening of the first council meeting since last summers Big Four summit con ference at Geneva and the foreign ministers subsequent deadlock in the Swiss city Peview Program Also attending the annual year end meeting or NATO foreign de ense and finance ministers were Defense SecretaryWilson and Treasury Secretary Humphrey The ministers of the sixyearold alliance gathered to review their program of political and military f inn i ftef i the posse circled round behind the stump and crept p to capture Fallone Chief Zanos was taken to the ame hospital where 15yearold ladys Smail was admitted Wed esday night after the shooting he was seriously wounded after er parents H Warren Smail 44 nd Mrs Irene Smail 36 were ain in their farm home 30 miles ortheast of Pittsburgh William A Smail 49 a brother Warren was shot and killed as e ran from the house Current Dispute That incident touched off the SAME means traffic death In nail 21 current dispute on the status of Berlin and Western Allied rights in the city The soldiers entered the Soviet Zone from West Berlin in a convoy offive Army sedans and four trucks The Soviet sentry lifted a red and while barrier on Glicnicker bridge and the convoy entered without a hitch The sentry saluted each of the American vehicles smartly American authorities believe 131 American victims of World War II are buried in East Germany most of the men fliers killed in plane crashes GM Advertising on Parts Untrue Government Says WASHINGTON General Mo tors Corp has been charged by the government with falsely advertis ing that genuine Chevrolet re placements parts are belter than parts competitors sell without the genuine label FTC said GM buys many Chev rolet parts from other manufactur ers some of whom design the parts themselves and sell to others be sides GM These parts said FTC are at least equal in all material re spects to those GM sales but GM advertises the parts it buys as genuine with the implication that all others are not as good The federal agency accused GM of representing that the Chevrolet parts it distributes are designed and manufactured exclusively for GM It called this false mislead ing and deceptive and said GMs claims divert business from com petitors to nnd the in jury of the public in violation of the Federal Trade Commission Odd Fellows Youngsters Back Fund OW THATS MORE LIKE IT The gifts listed above are the most ex tensive by far that weve had since the initial list ing And it gives promise of even more spirited giving yet to come In fact it will have to step up at least a little bit if the cash goal is to be reached at 2 oclock on the afternoon of Saturday Dec i And who doubts that it will be Thursdays contributions included a number of sizable ones all greatly appreciated But triemost distinguished gift wasnt large It was for only But it came from the 25 youngsters at the Odd Fellows home The 10 cents apiece represented more sacrificial giv ing than will be found in most other far more sizable donations Another of the specially appreci ated gifts in the 3ist above was from a newly organized lh Credit Womens Breakfast Welcome aboard il il in the Navy As in other years North as thev Iowa wa communities outside of Mason City outside Ccrro Gordo Coun ty in many arc dealing generously with the Christmas Cheer Fund Cindo if youngsters without benefit of parents can do it n if your carrier boy can do it what I would constitute a reasonable havc becn able cuse for the rest of us The address in case you ncec reminding is Christmas Cheer Fund Mason City Iowa Or you may prefer to drop yours off at the GlobeGazette business office on East State Street ITS A GIRL HOLLYWOOD flIls a girl for actress Ann Biyth Maureen Ann McNulty The star and husband Dr James McNulty have a son Timothy Patrick ivi AL Secretary of State HES GOT A POINT NEW YORK UP Showman Billy Rose on his proposal to solve New Yorks traffic problem by turning Central Park into a parking IP TIC the Start of NATO Pans At left Secretary of the Treasury George Humphrey SHOPPING DAYS LEFT Help Fight TB lot said Thursday Whats so sacred about Central Park Its just a hangout for bums rapists and w Christmas Seals J UL political and military cooperation during 1955 and to set new goals for 1956 They opened a threeday confer ence with a debase seeking answers o the new challenges of the Com munist powers in the world power niggle Dulles recalled that when the NATO Council met a year ago it as in the shadow of Soviet Ihreats f awful things to come if the Hies fulfilled their intention of bringing the West German Federal Republic into their group with the right to rearm worst of those threats never materialized Dulles noted The period of threats Dulles wenton was followed quickly by a phase of what he called Soviet sweetness and light beginning with the Big Four chiefs of gov ernment meeting at Geneva in July Three Ideas Since then a new rigidity a new cold war has become apparent in Soviet pronouncements and actions and the socalled spirit of Geneva seems to have been repudiated by the Russians Dulles said What he asked are the reasons for this year of Soviet zig zagging Dulles suggested three possibilities It might be due to the element ofconfidence flowing from a be lief in Russias increased strength ft might derive from the Soviets fear that new ideas would affect the compact structure of their sys tem And it might be he result of a recrudescence of Stalinism which he believes is by no means dead in the Soviet Union Dulles argued that the Russians ve been able to pose new threats in the Middle East and South Asia by playing on the emotionalism of those areas and by offering ap parent Although Russia lacks consumer goods she has big sur pluses of obsolescent arms and has no hesitation about using them to further her own political ends he said SevenWeeks Strike Against United Ends CHICAGO A sevenweeks trikc of flight engineers against United Air Lines ended Wednesday night An air line spokesman said x settlement negotiated in Washing on provides that the 252 strikers vil be returned to the payroll on or before Dec 19 vithout discrimi nation or disciplinary William Kent president of the night engineers said the agree ment gives the flight engineers in reases ranging from a month o new salary level of a month or those on DCS type planes to 105 a month to for those on i   

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