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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 29, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowaf Daily Newspaper Edited for c TMI M i wsr AFIK T BEGAZETTE VOL LXIV Md United Full 7c Copy HAT MAKIS ALL M 0 R T M I O W A N N I I S H I O It S MASON CITY JOWA THURSDAY MAY IWI HOME EDITION Paper French President Backs De Gau UAWto Reuther Retreat but No Surrender DETROIT Auto Workers President Walter p Reuther said Thursday the UAW is willing to retreat in its bargain ing demands but we will not surrender to reach agreement before the contract runs out at midnight Reuther entered bargaining at General Motors for the first time since negotiations opened there March 25 GM Vice President Louis G Seaton who has been leaving the bargaining to indus trial relations head Earl R Bramblett was on hand to hear what Reutner has to say is my intention to stay at the bargaining table until the deadline Reuther told news men We have always worked I against a deadline and I am hopeful we can work out a fair and equitablesettlement again HOWEVER I have been ad vised that the corporationto date has been unwilling to bargain on a single issue We will not sign a contract that does not take care of the problems of the un employed the pensioners and those displaced when their plants are closed down We are willing to bargain on a giveandtake basis he said But we are not prepared to sur Reuther has sheathed his strike weapon because hesays it would bejinsane to strike the car mak ers in a recession year when there is a huge inventory of un sold cars Reuther said he will stay at the bargaining table long after mid night ihere is the slightest PACK PLENTY PUCKER This is Nation al crunch Pickle crunch Week and what abetter way to observe it than to sink your teeth into a big f juui occoil IULU a Ja1 crunch dill Nancy Menzel daughter of Mr and Mrs obvious she of the giant cuke the pucker power Alaska Bill to Senate WASHINGTON W drive d On Your Marks America GET SEb GO CHICAGO W of motorists we their Thursday for Jong of T95S By tradition Memorial Day marks Hie opening of the summer vacahon and touring season Rates at motels and resorts go up Gift and souvenir shop operators take down the shutters and move m stock left over from their winter resort branches Friday Saturday and Sunday the Highways will be glutted with cars towing trailers laden with cottage furnishings water j jii me drive and camping equipment progress toward scttleior Alaska statehood shifTelj Erly starter big drive took off wKen schoos offices Thursday to the Senate factories closed Thursday afternoon The National Safety Southern Democrats appeared founci1 reckons the holiday driving will start in force at 6 m ready to fight it local time and continue until midniahi P REUTHER SAID he will not go beyond midnight if the com pany persists in its rigid fixed takeitorIeaveit attitude Seaton stated he is always an optimist in hoping for settle ment of the negotiations covering 325000 UAW members In the past week Reuther and the UAW have jettisoned profit sharing and other demands by the dozen But Reuther has declared the union will never sign the industry offer of twoyear con tract renewals He said the union must have better tmemployment benefits pensions and job security to solve the basic human problems of the jobless the retired and workers displaced plants by the closing of ready to fight it Sources close to Senate Demoi LM rsons w e cratic Leader Lyndon B Johnson heavy traffic Such a toll would about 50more local time and continue until midnight Sunday this period the council estimates 350 persons will be AT FORD where 125000 work ers are involved and at Chrysler with 75000 workers there were the same big gaps in the bargain ing But Ford and Chrysler con tracts with the UAW run until midnight Sunday General Motors if there is no of Texas said they were confident the passed the House 208166 Wednesday would come to the Senate floor by midJune BUT SEN James 0 Eastland an avowed opponent of statehood for Alaska and Hawaii said that if an attempt is made to consider either bill in the Sen ate he will an amend ment an equally controversial bill to limit review powers of the Supreme Court Opponents of the Supreme Court measure have in dicated they would talk at length against it Sen James E Murray D Insular Affairs Committee w IWII TTWWIU 0V i than on an ordinary Friday Saturday and Sunday Dr H F Pool Dies at Home Dr Hardy Fayette Pool 77flMason City School Board from vivj ouutnjjt ruara early day dentist and native ofjl91ii3 From 192122 he was Mason City died Wednesday chairman of the Board of Water afternoon at his home 230 2ndworks Trustees World wu fcfc As chairman of the PlanningjWar I he was a member of at 2 Pm at the Commission he gaveocal committee working with the CT flkvivwnl t fl of Dies in Accident Silent Tribute to Dead Unknowns Honored WASHINGTON Gold Star mothers foreign ambassadors and a hushed stream of plain Americans paid silent tribute Thursday to the Unknowns World War II and Korea None knew who they were for they lost both their identities am their lives in the nations two most recent wars Friday they will be interred alongside The Unknown Soldier of World War at Arlington National Cemetery Thursday they lay in identical bronze caskets on twin black catafalques in their place of honor in their nations capitol EVERY HALF HOUR a wreath was laid before them Every hour the honor guard of al five services was changed and constantly the peoples singlefilet past them in mute homage at the rate of 1J200 an hour Thepeople came into the vast darkenedirptuhda with smiles re fleeting the bright spring sun shine of the outdoors But they quickly into the mood of mourning blinked looked around and shuffled past Huddled quietly to one side were three Gold Star mothers from Rhode Regi nald Godfrey Mrs Charles Rittmann Warwick and Mrs Luke Moskalyk West War wick THEIR WHITE goldtrimmed uniforms contrasted with their drawn faces turned to the cata falque built to hold the remains of the martyred Abraham Lin PTTV com The body of the World War Velma Sue II Unknown rested there today The three of us had boys who went away to World War II and were never found Mrs God Gorbail 16 daughter of Mr and was killed in an accident four and a half miles northwest of here Wednes day night The car in which she was driv ing alone went out of control and reportedly rolled about 375 feet She was thrown out of the car She was returning from driving a rriend who works in a drivein here to her home Miss GorbaU was a sophomore m the Forest City High School She was active in marching and concert band a member of Future Homemakers Club Girls Athletic Association and Future Teachers Association services will be Satur pm at the Methodist conducted by the Rev ULUIJI iiiauidl Aliairs n4 f i wiiu liie j ivcv chairman said he plans to be lnnn X St or entering the Brand Hanson Funeral fnro n ICC HOme IS in Charpp rf fore the next meeting of the Dem ocratic Policy Committee and in sist that the Alaska bill be sched uled for floor action without fur ther delay SENATE Republican Leader til Oj f j Ltltfi c 1J HO UCoUcT settlement will start nmningwilllam FKnowland who Wlnnfc till i t1 4 n 1 T 1 TlA C A 1 rTrrt 1 plants without a contract Friday The first test will come at plants in Atlanta and other southern states which do not observe Me says hes for Alaskan statehood but also for Hawaiian admission morial Day Dr Pool was born March 22 1881 in Mason City son of Dr Vandon Berg arid Christy Ann Hodgkinson Pool He was grad uated from Mason City High School in 1899 and from North western University Dental School in 1902 From 192732 and from 193746 he was chairman of the Planning and Zoning Commission As such he presented the citys first for mal plan in 1940 compiled by Harland Bartholomew and Asso ciates St Louis Mo WHEN KGLO was started A UIIC1 dJ Home is in charge of arrange Iments uui rtiMj iur nawanan admission conu 10n ncr was started m announced he will continue to inVROM he was a it instituted a series of daily sirf tn onstrator of operative dentistrv rarfin fnntmc sist that a Hawaiian bill brought up soon after Alaska voted on SAME meant riffle put M attach the Hawaii proposal as aniEP amendment to the Alaska bill Gross Farmer at Floyd Involved in Car Accident automobiles one driven by Rep H R Gross R Iowa and the other by Wilbur E Stewart 34 who lives near Floyd collided one mile west of here Wednesday on Iowa 18 Deputy Sheriff L L Lane re ported that Stewart was attempt ing a left turn into a field at the same time Gross was attempting to pass him Gross was riding with her husband as was Mrs Stewart No one was injured Damage to each car amounted to approximately F uaujr dentistry radio forums Dr Pool was the u Universitv Denfirst to appear on this program voted on 6ge 1903and his topic wascity planning rv D x i If the Democratic withJFor many years afterwards on Uelmar DOy O Killed does promise this Knowlandv m dental practice mthe anniversary of this date he i L A says will bemade to Pnvate made a reappearance on the When Struck by AutO attach the Hawaii proposal as Upon the death and spoke on the progress DELMAR Ji A 6yearold boy was fatally injured when he darted onto Highway 136 into the path of a car the Clinton County sheriffs office said Thursday The boy Robert Thompson son of Mr and Mrs Harry Thomp son Delmar was dead on arrival at a Maquoketa hospital j n p r in Mason City Dr Pool was president of the nr I ur iooi was a past secretary and past president of the Mason City Society past president and life member of the Iowa State Dental Society life member of the American Dental Assn and for 15 years a mem ber of the Iowa State Board of Dental Examiners and for number of years was secretary He also served as a member of YEAR AGO the National Board of Dental Ex aminers i Maximum Minimum Survivors are her parents two brothers Dick and Harold and a sister Mrs Marian Peterson The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy through Friday Occasional showers or thunderstorms Low Thursday night mid 50s High Friday in 80s Iowa Partly cloudy through Fri day Widely scattered thunder showers south and east Thurs day night Warmer southeast Thursday night low 4858 Minnesota Scattered showers warmer High Friday low 80s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Thursday Maximum Minimum At 8 a m 71 47 64 77 55 Rose Dorothy Dakin Sept 5 1906 m Chicago Surviving are wife three children Stuart of Naperville ill Richard Albu querque iV M and Mrs John Patricia Van Syckle that maybe that is our boy William R Charette Key West Fla came to lay a wreath He is the Navy Medalof Honor win ner who selected the World Wai II Unknown at sea this week With him were three others who won the Medal of Honor in the Navy The four walked smartly to the center of the rotunda anc laid a wreath before the casket in the name of the Fleet Reserve Assn Ambassadors Jose Marice de Areilza of Spain and You Chan Yang of South Korea also iaic wreaths The Veterans of For eign Wars the American Legion and business groups like Civitan International did too JIMENEZ DIES SAN JUAN Puerto Rico Juan Ramon Jimenez 76 Spanish poet who won the Nobel Prize for literature in 1956 died in a hos pital Thursday PRESIDENT COTY Frenchmen Wary of De Gau lie PARIS UP A young farmer looked up from his newspaper and remarked with resignation When the doctors cant do anything more for you what do you do You turn to the faith healer Gen Charles de Gaulle would not be flattered by the term faith healer but it is a recogni tion of his appeal to French men and their fear of him One way or another his long shadow covers France ORDINARY Frenchmen questioned by reporters throughout France disclosed an obvious but often reluctant be liet that DeGaulle is marching to power because the Paris gov eminent is unable to cope with insurrection in Algeria and in Corsica Particularly in areas of south ern France conditions exist similar to those which permit ted the seizure of power by pub lic safety committees in Cor sica In Marseille where there many Corsicans as weU as De Gaulle sympathizers a so called secret meeting of De Gaulle sympathizers was held said We are trying to think within 100 yards of the police 4Wn4irn1AJl station At 9 oclock at mght you can walk through sections of Mar seilles and hear nothing but Radio Algiers one correspond ent reported IN FAR NORTHERN Calais a shop foreman with five children said I have never been inter ested in politics in my life But this is too much But De Gaulle When he was in power after the liberation he didnt give much proof of his ability Yet the foreman and many more in Calais are listening to Radio Algiers daily Few question De Gaulles lack of a program Another farmer near Lourdes angrily said The General must come back He can bring peace in Algeria and give sanity back to our finances But a white collar worker in Calais moaned We are drown ing in confusion Gunthers Inside Russia to Be GlobeGazette Feature Inside Russia Today by John Gunther will be serialized in the GlobeGazette starting June 9 The bestselling profile of the largest country in the world is the sixth and probably most im portant of Gunthers encyclopedic Inside books It represents 23 f of travel in Russia 17 of work and a background of over three decades of report ing Gunther presents a vivid pic ture of the life of the average Soviet citizen what he can buy the size of his home what he thinks about the United States Gunther considered by many the foremost living political re porter has worked in nearly every country in the world cover g DR H F POOL HE WAS a past vice president ot the Chamber of Commerce past president and charter mem ber of Kiwanis member of the IOOF and the KP past scout master and member of county and city Boy Scout Troops and at the Ume of his death was the three grandchildren and a 1n A v oldest living past exalted ruler sister Florence Kelly St Paul I Europe was i FUnCral are past president of Xi Psi Phi i complete since he first went in 1924 as a corre r the Chicago General Arrives in Ultimatum to Assembly FROM OliB WlKE SERVICES Charles d rode triumphantly into Thursday to form a government of national safety and save the nation from civil war Revolu ionaries were reported ready to iopple the Fourth Republic if he r Major 1IJL UldJ Dr Pool was married to Amy i Chapel u in charge Nations and there is an edition in JBraille Inside Asia in 1939 was JOHN GUNTHER an immediate bestseller as Inside Latin America Inside U S A Inside Africa President Rene Coty summoned De Gaulle with a warning to the National Assembly that we are now on the verge of civil He pleaded with the lawmakers and the nation to rally behind this most illustrious of French men who had led France back to liberty in World War II DE GAULLE answered the summons with a 150mile dash by car to the capital In accepting Cotys call the general warned before he left his country home that the French army may re volt should he fail to win office by legal though exceptional means Former President Vincent Auri ol revealed that revolutionary committees of public safety al ready had sprung up all over France ready to take action The Assembly recessed and parties began feverish caucuses First reports said the Socialists who hold the balance of power were still firmly opposed to DC Gaulle v Coty told the Assembly he could see no alternative to De Gaulle HE SAID he intended to desig nate De Gaulle as chief of govern ment and if the Assembly did not accept him he would resign and turn the presidency over to Andre Le Troquer speaker of the Na tional Assembly and constitution ally the can in line to take Cotys office Coty mourned that France one of the oldest of democracies was also one of the weakest Thus if I havepassed the traditional limits which were im posed upon my predecessors I believed myself authorized to do so Coty said in hisfirst official statement to the Assembly since he thanked it on taking office ia 1954 THE STATE does not cease to be divided Coty said Now we find ourselves on the brink of civil war The Assembly was packed as Le Troquer dressed in tradition al white tie and tails read fha message Premier Pierre Pflim lin exPremier Guy Mollett the Socialist leader and Interior Min ister Jules Moch the real powers in the outgoing Cabinet stood ex pressionless as Le Troquer spoke The scene in the Assembly chamber was one of the wildest of its long history The Commu nists shouted Fascism shall not pass and sang The Marseil laise On the right the chamber echoed with cheers and shouts of De Gaulle De Gaulle 1 and Vive la Republique OFFICIALS at Elysee Palace he French White House said in telligence sources felt a De Gaul ist military coup was only a mat ter of hours This was supported by a warn ing statement from the Gaullist junta in Algiers that it would re act vigorously if De Gaulles ac cession to power is further de layed Coty has been a firm pillar ia the crisis that broke May 13 with the revolt of the paratroopers ia Algeria Although he lacks almost any direct powers in government his influence is great A blunt warn ing from Coty a moderate inde pendent senator when he became president in 1954 would carry weight New Violence Breaks Out in Beirut BEIRUT Four persons were killed in the Mos Iem quarter of Beirut Thursday iin a clash between civilian par tisans of the government and he opposition Sporadic shooting was heard in various sectors of Bei Irut during right after UM   

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