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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 26, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited lot THAT MAKIS A t L N 0 t T H 10 W A N I N I I H I 0 R S HOME EDITION VOL H PPM Uated NB LMM MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY ItSi Two Kettoa OM 01 ered in Pacific tell How Mother Drowned Girl Swims Mile to Shore CLEAR LAKEA 16yearold girl swam about a mile in rough water to reach the north shore of Clear Lake Monday noonto summon help for her drowning mother The body of the mother Mrs 1 WilliamM Olesoh 39 wife of a Mason City realtor was found aboutan hour later near the mid dle of thelake V C Benderoff Des Moines paving contractor was enjoying a ride hi his motorboat about pm Monday w h e n came upon the Oleson boat drift ing It was being blown by a ftrong wli n d he said but the painter was tied to thebow light as if the boat had been in use when it was abandoned HE TOOK the boat in tow and upon Elmer Taylor Ames in another boat Benderoff sug that Taylor look around also in case someone might have fallen from the motorboat Taylor spied Sharon Kay ble son just as the girl stood up in waist deep water about a quarter mile of Venetian Vil lage on the north shore She was only partly dressed He took her in his boat and although some what incoherent she made him understand that she wanted to go to the Oleson cottage on the south shore near PM Park Taylor told Dr R E Smiley Cerro Gordo County coroner that Sharonwas not easy to under itand because she exhausted and somewhat incoherent He re peated it as follows She and her mother were in the middle of the western part of the lake when Mrs Oleson said she was going to see how deep the water was Sharon saw her mother was in trouble in the wa ter and jumped in to help her She got hold of her mother but the boat had drifted away before the wind MRS OLESONS BODY was found about pm by the lake patrol She was dressed in a swimming suit with a sweater over it The water was about 12 feet deep where the body was found The victims husband toldthe coroner that he and his wife were in their boat near thehead of the lake a week ago Sunday in the early morning They found the water there only three feet deep He believes she expected to find the same depth elsewhere in the lake SHE WAS HANGING to the side of the boat when she first went over the side his daughter told him When Mrs Oleson lost her grip on the slippery boat her daughter jumped in after her and the boat drifted away Mrs Oleson was born Porothy Ellen Norby March 12 1919 on a farm near Rudd daughter of S H and Adella Norby She was baptized and confirmed in Rock Creek Evangelical Lutheran Church She spent her childhood in Nora Springs The Olesons were married Sept 28 1940 in Mason City They lived at Webster City and later moved to Charles City where they lived until he went into service in the fall of 1942 SURVIVING BESIDES her hus band and two other daughters Janet and Jean are her mother and brother Sidney Rochester Minn and another brother Don ald of Wichita Kan Her father died Nov 1 1924 Mrs Oleson became a member of the First Methodist Church of Mason City and was active in Sunday school and young peoples work Funeral services will be held at 2 pm Wednesday at the First Methodist Church Dr George Truman Cart will officiate Burial will be in Elmwood Cemetery Friends may call at the Major Memorial Chapel until noon Wednesday COMPOSER DIES LONDON Vaughan Williams 85 dean of British com posers died Tuesday TYRONE HULLINGER AND TOBY Somewhat Warmer t in iowa Skies Partly Cloudy It wasnt quiteso cool in Iowa Tuesday morning it was Mon day Des Moines Council Bluffs Spencer and Sioux City shared the Tuesday low of 52 degrees Mason City had the low Monday morning of 36 degrees but bad 53 Tuesday The Weather Bureau saidthe warming trend would continue in northern and western Tues day There were a few light showers in the extreme southeast Monday night The Weather Bureau said skies would be partly cloudy through Wednesday Widely scat tered showers or thundershowers are expected to move into the northwest corner of the state Tuesday night and cover the northwest quarter Wednesday PETITION FILED COUNCIL BLUFFS UPI A petition asking the dissolution of the present citymanager form of government here was onfile Tuesday m thecity clerks office THe Wefthef Mason Partly cloudy through Wednesday withsome chance of a shower or thunder shower Wednesday Somewhat warmer Tuesdaynightlow 58 62 Continued Wed nesday high in mid70s Iowa Partly cloudy through Wed nesday Chance ofVwidely scatr tered light showers or thunder showers e x t r e m e northwest Tuesday night iand northwest half Wednesday Ixnv Tuesday night 5262 cloudy warm er HighWednesday near 80 GlobeGazette weather data up to am Tuesday Maximum 74 Minimum 53 At 8 am 55 Precipitation 01 YEAR AGO Maximum 81 Minimum 60 PLANNED PARENTHOOD ALTOONA Pa r s Dolores Baker gave birth to her first child Aug 26 1953 her sec ond Aug 26 1954 and her third Tuesdayrwhichalso was Aug 26 childrenare all girls Judged Best at State Fair k j DES Baby Beef show grand championship at the Iowa State Fair was awarded Monday afternoon for an Angus shown by Tyrone Hullinger 17 Manly The steer named Toby weighed 1103 pounds previously had taken the top honorsatthe NorthIowa Fair earlier this month Hullingers sister Jjinice won the junior and open classes at the International Livestock Show at Chicagoin 1954 with a calf thai had not been a highscorer at the Iowa Fair JAN1CE now an Iowa State College student was on hand to see her brother win He has worked she said Hullingers Angus also won first in its The reserve champion Angus was shown by Laurel Lee Mugge Cleghorn The Hullinger steer can be traced directly to Janices Worlds champion The money from the sale of her steer which Janice won helped to start the herd from which Toby came The breed champion Hereford shown by Don Dysart placed as reserve champion in the overall baby beef contest y BothHullinger and neither animal wouldbe placed on auction at Thursdays sale Hullinger said he planned to take Toby to the American Royal Show at Kansas City Mo next month and depending on its showing there he would decide whether to hold the animal for the International Live Stock Exposi tion late this fall or sell it WINNERS in the Shorthorn class were shown by Vern Huda chek West Liberty who won the breed championship and Kenneth Cheers Afton who showed the reserve breed champion The baby beef contest was the biggest crowd event in the live stock barns There was stand ing room only in the show ring of the 4H barn when the breed placings were made When the show was transferred to the livestock pavilion in the afternoon for selection of the overall champions the seats of the larger pavilion also were all filled More than 450 baby beeves were shownby boys and girls of the 4H clubs and the Future Farmers of America Gov H e r s c h e 1 Loveless awarded the grand championship banner In poultry judging Franklin Countys 4H team swept the field with a team score tof 1218 points out of a possible 1500 LITTLE ROCK Ark Gov Orval Faubus Tuesday told the Arkansas State Legislature that the federal government can never institutionally enforce integra tion in public schools He asked the power to close Arkansas schools against any such vman date speechh I TO Cerro William Oleson who drowned in Clear County Coroner R E Smiley en Lake after it was brought to shore At ters a boat to check the body of Mrs rear is Erv Graettinger lake patrolman v AP Photofax MARINES IN US Ma rines board launches shortly after their US 7th Fleet Now theyve been ordered men from to sail to an undisclosed spot closerto Marine Division are part of the Formosa the Faubus Asks for Power to If Need Be noTto Refuses to Open Locked Brief Case WASHINGTON a light brown brief case from his fingers awitness from Iowa re fused Tuesday toopen it for Sen ate rackets Committee prpbers but insisted it contained his fi nancial records Bringing the records to the committee room in the locked brief case Lew Farrell argued complied with a subpoena direct ing production of his financial papers FARRELL a portly resident of Des Mciines whom the committee has sought to link with Chicago gangsters and Teamsters big shots blinked through thick glasses as he debated whether he should open the case The committee has held that a witness must bring to the hearing anything thats subpoenaed but can refuse to hand it over for close examination on Fifth Amendment grounds after demonstrating that the records are the ones subpoenaed COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN John L McClellan DArk and Sen Carl TCurtis RNeb ex pressed doubt that FarrelTs case contained anything as he dangled it lightly in his fingers Farrell said theyd have to take his word for that Anyway he said the bag was locked and he didnt bring the key with him Farrell has been described by the committee as an emissary of the old Al Capone gang sent to Chicago to look after some of its interests there Daylight Saving Ends Next Week in Minnesota ST PAUL Minn time in Minnesota ends at 2 am Tuesday Sept 2 Clocks at that time will be set back one hour Daylight time has been in ef fect since 2 am Sunday April 27 Gov Orville Freeman ordered early closing of daylight time fol lowing complaints last year that school children were compelled to prepare to catch school buses before daylight Fast time ended last year in Minnesota on Sept 29 h surrender on the issue Faubus declared There is no clearcut federal statute regarding the integration of the schools If there were it would be unconstitutional for the authority to control public educa tion has never been delegated by to the federal govern ARKANSASlegislators gath ered amid backslapping for the historic special session But the reunion air of the sweltering chamber was more solemn than ligh t Spectators jammed the gal leries for the opening of the great states rights debate In urging nosurrender Faubus said This battle for states rights and constitutional government is not of our choosing he said The issue has been forced upon us and we must either defend our rights against those who would usurp them or else surrender Faubus asked for a bill that would empower him to close the states public in case CehtralHigh Preston Boy Killed When Struck by Car PRESTON Ingwer sen 9 Preston was killed late Monday when struck by a car on Iowa 64 near here Highway patrolmen said the boy ran up out of a ditch into the path of a car driven by Lee Freeman 64 of near Clarence Man Crushed Under Wheels of Truck OSKALOOSA Beaty 44 Cuba III was fatally injured Monday when he fell under the wheels of a loaded sand truck while working on a highway con struction job on Iowa 92 east of Bliek trxiria death S4 houri Marines Leave Singapore FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES TOKYO and planes of the US 5th Air Force guarding Japan Korea arid Okinawahave been ordered on an increased state of alert during the cur rent tense Formosa situationan Air Force spokesman said Tues day Similar steps were taken here when the Middle East crisis broke out last month Rear Adm Frederic S With ington commander of US Navy forces said the ships and men under his command also were on an increased alertv The Chinese Communists bom barded Quemoy in furious bursts for the fourth straight day Tues again increasing the volume of shells poured into the little Chinese Nationalist outpost is land l THE BOMBARDMENT which some officials feared was a pre lude to invasion of the National ist offshore islands began with about 80000 shells over the week md but subsided Monday to ome 2900 shots Tuesday the Reds stepped up the tempo again In three rounds of shelling irom the nearby mainland begin ning shortly Batter midnight the Co tion V Faubiishas said the measure L necessarytpavoid a repetition o the rioting thatoccurred outside Central High ayear ago when Negroes first were admitted toits The proposedbill provides for a school district election within 3 days of closing a school todecide whether to keep it closed or to integrate FAUBUS ADDRESS came 48 hours in advance of a special US Supreme Court session The high court is expected to decide wheth er to grant Central High a breath ing spell in integration or direct immediate reentry of negro stu dents to its classrooms The School Board Monday night postponed the reopening of Cen tral to its 2000 students from Sept 2 to Sept 8 to allow a little easing of the time pressure on both the Legislature and the Su preme Court THE EXPECTED Supreme Court decisionalso would affect integration in Norfolk Va schools which open Sept 8 Fed eral Dist Judge Walter E Hoff man told the school board there tp reconsider the rejected applica tions of 151 Negroes who asked admission to white schools He asked the board to report to him Friday the day after the Supreme Court meets Hoffman said recently that he would not order Norfolk schools desegregated if the Supreme Court permitted a delay in Little Rock At Richmond the Virginia Pu pil Placement Board denied all Negro applications for transfer to white schools in Arlington and Newport News Apparently 27 Ne groes were involved but exact fig ures were not available French Promise Crackdown on New Wave of Terrorism PARIS UB Security officials promised stern measures Tues day against Algerian terrorists who attacked oil depots and other installations across France to back up demands for indepen dence of their North African homeland French soldiers were posted around a number of key points A previously planned special bri gade was inaugurated to coordi nate the campaign against terror ism Officials at the Ministry of In terior declined to reveal any other plans to meet possible repetitious of the bombings burnings and shootings which occurred before dawn Monday Four police and at least five terrorists were killed The at tacks followed the pattern of rebel strikes in the almost fouryearold civil war across the Mediterran ean in Algeria Authorities blamed the wave of terrorism on the group that dom inatesrebel activity in Algeria the National Liberation Front It has a strong under ground among the 400000 Alger ians who have left their impover ished countryside to work in Quemoy nearby Tan tim1esV5tne Then in two hours and 40 minutestof early afternoon some 55od shellslcrashed onthe heavily fortifiedlslands With the US 7th Fleet already on the alert a landing force of 1600 men from the 3rd Marine Division was ordered to sail from Singapore The destination of the four attack transports and four accompanying ships was not closed The 7th Fleet is pledged to pro tect Formosa but not necessarily Quemoy or the offshore islands Officials in Washington said close vatch was being kept on the set up in the Communist attack NATIONALIST authorities were laying increasing attention to he possibility that the Commu nists would try to seize Tungting sland 17 miles south of Quemoy The Defense Ministry said two led attempts Sunday to land roops on the liny rocky island vere repulsed by Nationalist war ships Officials suspected how ever that the Communists might not have given up Tungting is used by the Nation alists to keep tab on ships trying o sneak out of Amoy the Com munist port opposite Quemoy so Nationalist warships can be alerted to intercept them Its cap ure would help the Reds evade Nationalist blockades The island s believed fairly well fortified and garrisoned by the Nation alists Still unknown are Red real intentions Are they playing nternational politics Or are hey ready to risk war to seizt the islands NSC PREDICTION CHICAQO National lafety Council warned Tuesday hat a frantic last fling at sum mer may lure 420 persons to heir deaths on the nations high vays during the Labor Day week end   

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