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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 16, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowos Daily Newspaper lor CITY G THI NIWSPAPfR THAT MAKIS A L L N O R T H I 0 W A N S NEIGHBORS VOL LXII Press tod United Presi Full Seven CenU Copy Egypts Threats Studied V U N Slates Urgent Talks UNITED NATIONS N Y Egyptian reprisal threats Friday lent new urgency to U N Security Council debate on Syrias charge of Israeli aggression As the 11 members of the Securi ty Council gathered to take up the Syrian protest they had before them a letter from Egyptian Pre mier Game Abdel Nasser assert ing the Israeli attack was posi tively considered as an aggression against Egypt also Nasser pointed out that Egypt and Syria had concluded a mu tual defense pact in October The council meeting was called to consider Syrias protest against a raid on her posts east of the Sea of Galilee Sunday night Con flicting reports have put the death total as high as 59 To Meet Nassers letter was addressed to U N Secretary General Dag Ham merskjold with therequest that it be relayed to the council It said Egypt must meet forpe with force and was about to deal with the situation herself with her land air and naval forces Ahmed Shukairy chairman of Syrias delegation to the General Assembly told correspondents he ask the council for meas ures which have not been asked That could mean a pro posal that the council request members to cut diplomatic eco nomic and communication ties with or even to use military OWA FRIDAY DECEMBER U 1955 HOME EDITION MAItE EVERY DAY SAFE DRIVING DAY Tills Paper Consists Two One 59 Israel force Israeli Ambassador Eban was ready to reply that the attack was necessary to silence Syrian guns which had been harassing Is raeli police launches and fishing boats Both Sides The council was expected to hear both adjourn until next week while members pondered pos sible action In the past ttiecoun cii has never gone farther than a censure of one side or the other and a request that both sides work with the chief truce super visor Canadian Maj Gen E L M Burns to prevent further inci dents Britain protested against the at tack Thursday in note handed the Israel ambassador to London Eliahu Elath foil owed up statesments of regret from govern ment spokesmen in both London and Paris The United States was reported in Washington to have notified Is rael that in view of Sundays in cident it needed more time to con sider a weeksold Israeli request to buy some 50 million dollars worth of U FINDS KID BROTHER GROWNRichard Tenneson left expressesamazement as he discovers how huj young halfbrother Nathan has grown since he last saw five years ago At right is Tennespns stepfather Eban Howe farmer and poultry raiser who was in the party to greet the exGI at Minneapolis Friday morning Rep Gross Obtains Nomination Papers DES MOINES H R Gross Waterloo has obtained nom ination papers from the secretary of states office as a candidate for reelection He is the thin of Iowas eight Republican House members of Congress to take out nomination blanks rAll About Tenneson Is Greeted by His Mother MINNEAPOLIS W R i ch a r c Tenneson the Aiden farm boy who once renounced America for Communism returned to his native soil Friday and a reunion with the mother who never aban doned faith that he would come back The 22yearold former soldier walked down the ramp of a com mercial passenger plane at and met his mother Portia Howe long embrace The Alderi farm woman walked halfway up the ramp to greet the son she not seen fo five years Appeared Tired Tenneson wearing only a dou ble breasted brown suit against the near zero weather appeared tirec and struggled to smile He ex changed whispered greetings with No Action WASHINGTON UP Army said Friday it does not plan to take any action against Richard Tenrveson If any charges are placed against Tenneson ex perts said it will be by the Jus tice Department Jn a civilian by the military The Weather Mason City Mostly cloudy through Saturday Not so cold Friday night low 1015 Snow flurries and colder Saturday high 2025 Fowa Increasing high cloudiness and warmer Friday night low 1020 Mostly cloudy Saturday colder with light snow north and west portions FivtDay Iowa Temperatures Fri day night through next Wednes day will average 5 to 10 degrees below normal Normal highs 27 north to 34 south Normal lows 10 north to 16 south Only minor day to day changes in tempera tures which will continuebelow normal throughout the period Youth Who Shot Five Succumbs to Wounds VANDERGRIFT Pa UH A lovecrazed youth who killed three Precipitation is expected to to tal onetenth of an inch in light snow over the weekend Minnesota Flurries cold Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 Friday Maximum Minimum Al 8 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 10 7 5 aoooy his mother who placed her head on his shoulder and wept He said his overcoat was in his luggage Tenneson walked arm in arm with his mother down the ramp to meet Mrs Howes 12yearold twins Jan and Eben He placed his arms around the three and for the first time broke into a broad smile Hong Kong Flight Tenneson arrived here on a flight from Hong Kong where he crossed over from China Tuesday after re fusing for two years to return to the United States following his cap tivity tduring the Korean War Mrs Howe her husband and family drove to Minneapolis Thurs day night so as to be on Hand when he arrived They headed right back to Alden after Richards arrival for a big family reunion at their farm In the midst of a news confer Once Tennesons stepfather Eben Howe walked in accompanied by his 18yearold son Nathan De layed by chores at the Howe farm home the pair had not reached the airfield in time for the arrival Tenneson broke nto tears and embraced his stepfather persons and wounded two others died Thursday night six hours after he was shot down in a gun fight with a posse that hunted him for 16 hours John Fallone 17 died at nearby Armstrong County Memorial Hos pital where his wouldbe girl friend 15 lay in critical condition from shots fired into her chest by the berserk boy Her parents Mr and Mrs J Warren Smail and her uncle Wil liam Smail were shot by Fallone Wednesday night in this rural community A PREVIOUSLY REPORTED Counlrjslde Club Clear Lake Social Hour Club Whats New Club A Friend CozeUe Bower i Skeeter Gasiwar Doctor Friend Thornton Womans Club St Johns Episcopal Church Bethlehem Lutheran Aid in oa Doujhcrty Holy Family Guild ISIM Bill and Gregg Daughters Union THE DAYS TOTAL TO DATE GOAI OF CASH ST1L1 NEEDED GIVING DAYS LEFT ONLY SEVEN Some Fast Work Will Be Needed ERE really pil ing up work for ourselves arent NATO Chiefs Seek More CoOrdination PARIS foreign min isters of the Atlantic Allianc sought in secret session Friday t coordinate their policy for dealin with danger spots all over th globe Each attended the meeting which lasted three hours accom panied by only two top advisers Spokesmen would only say after wards that the talk ranged al around the world where ever ther were problems directly or indirec ly affecting the North AUanti Treaty Organization U S Secretary of State Job Foster Dulles warned Thursda that Russia has opened two dan gerous new fronts in the cold wa Middle East and Souther Asia Baghdad Pact The ministers concentrated thei attention on tho explosive Middl Eastern situation especially th effect on other NATO members o Turkish and British participation n the Baghdad Pact Portugal al so raised the issue of her dispute with India over the Goa Some of the time was devotee 0 economic cooperation among the member subject which vill come up again in plenary ses sion during the afternoon when nonmilitary activities of the alli ance will be tackled A member of the NATO interna ional secretariat said some con elusions reached by the ministers if we were going to come down to the final week of the 1955 Christ mas Cheer cam paign facing a cash require mcnt of some where around The eaiestion arises Can we do it And the answer is We al vays have over a period of 30 ears Have you sent in your gift yet The address is Christmas Cheer Fund GlobeGaxette Mason City Or maybe youd prefer to bring it o the GlobeGazette business office n East State Street Either will be satisfactory with so you do it real soon heres no time to waste uy uiic minisleii we It looks as would be mentioned in the commu IT Itpn STOUFER DIES COUNCIL BLUFFS Donald Stoufer 73 president of Kim elevator manufacturing hos oncern died of cancer at a pital Thursday following a six month illness PAYS FINE DAVENPORT UP George ekios 47 owner and operator of tie Source Bookstore here was ined in Scott County District 3ourt Thursday for distributing bscene books and pictures SAME night or Saturday to mark the end of the current NATO Council session Plan Approved The NATO Council concentrated a considerable chunk of ils busi ness agenda at ils meeting Thurs day Among other things it approved a plan proposed personally by Gen Alfred M Gruenther supreme Al lied commander in Europe The plan calls for coordination of Al lied air defenses and for a unified radar screen against possible air raids extending from Norway through Turkey NATO officials disclosed that the council also had approved estab a new air force head quarters in north Italy for the newly activated 5th Allied Tactical Air Force A LowFlying B36 Brings Yule Wish CLINTON An Air Force B36 which circled over Clinton several times Friday morning and caused a flurry of excitement was merely wishing Mr and Mrs Russell Hig gins a Merry Christmas Mr and Mrs Higgins son Jim 26 was a tail gunner aboard the plane on a routine flight from Carswell Air Force Base at Fort Worth Tex The plane flew at an estimated altitude of feet and some residents said their windows rattled Higgins had called his parents Wednesday night and told them the plane would pass over the city sometime Friday morning The Air Force had granted permission to fly over the home towns of the planes crew because they would not get home for Christmas uver Says He Will Be Candidate Vigorous Campaign Promised by Solon WASHINGTON Kefauver DTenn Friday plunged into the Democratic presidential nomination race and announced he will enter as many state primaries as time and money permit v Kefauver who led in the early balloting at the 1952 party conven tion but lost the nomination to Acllai E Stevenson said he plans a vigorous campaign Stevenson already has announced Blind Man Kin Charged With Store Bombing he will enter five primaries Ke fauver is expected to meet Steven son in some of these Gov Frank Lausche of Ohio has announced as a favorite son candidate Gov Av erell Harriman of New York says he is an inactive candidate Kefauver said in a statement handed out at a Hollywoodian news conference that he thinks it is a ood thing for the Democratic Party to have a choice of candi dates for the presidential nomina Hurts Party The Republican Party today suffers from a lack of alternative candidates broadly representative of their Kefauver said It would not be a healthy thing for the Democratic Party to be placed in such a The Tennessee senator said he would contest in state primaries I am a firm a number ol believer in the place of presidential primaries in our hesaid Beyond the limiting fac tor of my svork in the Senate the amount of money available f o r campaigns and the possi bility of conflict ing dates I will hope to enter as many as I Kefauver al ready h a d an Kefauver nounced tha if he ran he would enter the June 5 California pri nary where a slate for Stevenson s expected to go on the ballot Stevenson also will be entered in Minnesota Illinois Pennsylvania and Own Kefauver who is expected to name Joseph F Donohue of the District of Columbia as his cam paign manager evidenced some measiness about the support of his presidential aspirations in his own State of Tennessee There Gov Frank Clement is regarded as having some national ambitions hope of course for the iupport of my own State of Ten nessee which was so generously ac corded me in the last fefauvcr said Kefauvers decision got applause rom a Senate colleague Sen Mon oncy who has already incd up for Stevenson It is a good thing for he Demo ratic Party for Sen Kefauvcr and my others who want to run to et into the Ore blind man and his sisterinlaw were charged Friday with bombing the big Meier and Frank Depart ment Store in a extortion plot eight months ago William B Browne detective captain said William Clarence Peddicord 36 hatched the plot and planted the bomb assisted by his sisterinlaw Joyce Keller 28 Browne said they were charged with injuring persons and property by explosives Bond was set at each The bomb exploded in a mens washroom in the 12story store Portlands largest April 15 A few persons were hit by flying debris but no serious injuries were re ported A note demanded on threat of another bombing the nex clay Police said a payoff altemp failed The store was closed the next day but ho bomb was founc and it reopened without further in cident Browne said the two admitted the plot but lost their nerve and die not attempt lo contact the payofl man Browne said a report that a blind man and a woman had been seen near the washroom just before the midafternoon explosion led detec ivcs to Peddicord unemployed athcr of five children His only income is stale aid for the blind Browne said Peddicord admitted making the bomb from 12 sticks of dynamite writing the note with us sisterinlaws assistance and Wanting the bomb after she led him the washroom SHOPPING DAYS LEFT Fight TB I IBuy Christmas COLINS AN AP Wircphoto P Kelly III 15 son of one of the first heroes World War H gets a kiss from his proud mother Mrs J Watson Pedlow after he received his Eagle Scout award Thursday at Concordville Pa Young Corky bears a strik ing rcsemblence to his father who received the Medal of Honor for his air exploits in the Philip pines 5 More Added to States Traffic Toll By Tlie Assnclalcil Press Elmer Pewsy 73 Storm Lake area fanner died Friday morning to become the fifth person fatallj injured in motor vehicle accidents on Iowa highways since Thursday Pewsy died at a Storm Lake lospilal of injuries authorities said he received when struck by a car driven by the Rev Nathan Sundberg of Albert City Thursday afternoon Pewsy was crossing Highway 3 o return to his farm home after oing to the mail box when struck Other victims include Grant Mctcnlf 50 Earlyille ied at a Sioux City hospital Thursday night of injuries suffered ast Saturday in a twocar collision which took the life of his wife Jack Conley 17 son of Mr and VIrs George Conley Carroll was cillecl Thursday in the headon col ision of his car and a truck on Highway 30 a mile east of Carroll Jack A Simmons 24 sta ioncd at Offutt Air Force Base Omaha was also killed Thursday vhcn a car in which he was riding ollicled with a stock truck oh High vay 275 near Council Bluffs Pctra Signora Brodale 61 Otto en was killed in a collision on Humboklt County gravel road vest of Botle Thursday County town of Garner with its population of is its size in Iowa at the present time The reason Oper uarner merchants and area fanners to stimulate interest i v u bocn slashed and the business volume has been trcmen Pork Lift Success at Garner Pounds May Be Sold By j v MCCARTHY GlobeGazette Farm Editor GARNER Operation pork a promotion campaign de signed to give hog farmers a lift is currently underway in Garner and apparently will be a resound ing success Undertaken with the cooperation of Garner merchants area farmers ind the Hancock County Farm 6u eau the threeday pork festival will continue through Saturday Thus far this btistling community of has been virtually jammed vith shoppers who came from a vide area to purchase picnic and imoked hams pork loins butts and lab at considerably ess than the wholesale cost Elmer Urich president of the arner Chamber of Commerce vhich organization spearheaded the plan just last Saturday Thurs day explained how the pork lift originated how it works arid what Garner residents hope to accom plish Prices Cut We will probably sell 000 pounds of pork in the three days and possibly up to said And remember the prices are cut to the Urich added that contributions from Garner merchants and farm ers from four townships near The community will be used to under write the pork sales by the retail outlets He said a total of was raised for this purpose when farm ers donated ten cents a head for the hogs on their farms at the present time Added to this were donations from about 50 Garner merchants Urich had lavish praise for the Earner businessmen Who gave the campaign 100 per cent support and said that perhaps the Garner pork lift would encourage other owa and Midwest communities to aunch a similar program Its just a little drop in the bucket he said but it voulcl really help ease the pork situation if other towns tried the ame thing And the hog industry as a whole would Commenting on retail prices in Garner stores the Chamber presi dent said picnic hams were sell ing fast at 21 cents per pound smoked hams are 39 cents pork loins 25 cents and pork chops cents Slab bacon was moving at 25 cents per pound Subsidy Fum D C Solem Clarion represent ing Armour Co who sold the pork to the merchants said the shipment which arrived in Garner Monday included pounds of picnic hams pounds of smoked ham s and the balance loins butts and bacon Solem stressed that the Gar ner merchants paid the regular wholesale price and that with the subsidy fund would not suffer any financial loss on pork sales They paid the regular he said But tinder the plan the only thing theyll lose is time and At this point Urich commented thai with the flow of outside busi ness into the business district every Garner merchant should do a landofficc volume and come out very nicely in the And speaking of labor costs Urich said that many area farm ers volunteered to help out in the stores to handle the rush for the pork values As for other retail outlets Urich said practically every store is fea turing specials in connection with the pork Lowest1 Marks Getting back to pork prices Urich continued that the cuts are being sold from six to 10 cents a pound below the wholesale cost which are the lowest marks for any lift tried to date in Iowa Although the operation was bur   

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