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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 28, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited tor r N CITY GLOBEGAZETTE I NEWS Aril TM AT M A K IS A LL NORTH 10 WANS N I I G H I 0 R VOL H Preu and Ualted PFCM Full Lean copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY AUGUST 21 IfSS HOME EDITION TbU Paper ConUU of Four Me High Court Ponders Little 3 Die in Ames Scene of Tragedy AMES fl Three womenin t Missouri car were fatally in jured in a near headon collision Thursday morning in which al least three passengers aboard a iFort Dodge to Des Moines Grey hound bus were hurt The bus careened 500 feet off the highway and into a fenceaf ter the impact It did not roll over but its front end was dam aged The accident occurred on U S 69 about fourmiles northof here Two of the women in the north bound car were killed outright They were identified as Fannie Katzousky 72 Duluth Minn and her daughter Anna Morgan 41 Belton Mo Mrs Morgans daughter JoAnn Morgan 13 Belton died shortly after arrival at an Anies hospital MRS MORGAN wife of an Army sergeant w a s returning her mother to Duluth at the time of the accident Injured passengers aboard the bus taken to Mary Greeley Hos pital in Ames for treatment were Mrs Allan Anderson Luverne Minn knee injury Mrs Elissa Hyland 67 Story City some teeth knocked out a nd David Fausch about 70 Story City in Xray for determination of in juries Thebus driver Vern Ryan Nevada also was being exam ined He suffered in ternal injuries Highway patrolmen credited Ryan with a wonderful job of handling the bus He kept it up right andmanaged to miss trees in the path after it veered off the road following the impact THE MISSOURI cars front end was demolished and its wreckage in the center of the road blocked the highway for a time Authorities said Dean Ballard 30 a milk truck driver from Huxley described the accident as follows Ballard northbound was turn ing west of U S 69 He stopped oh thepavement and was signal ling the turn Ballard said the northbound Missouri car came around him across the center of the highway at about the same moment the bus came over the hill Another Good Test Firing MINNEAPOLIS Minn Wl Sixty persons struggled out of a hole in a flaming Northwest ent Airlines DC6B Thursday after the fourengine plane struck a wire fence and plowed into a corn field None of the 56 passengers or 4 crew members was killed At least 49 including Rep Don Mag of Jupiter CAPE CANAVERAL Fla Iff The Army has taken another big step toward making its Jupiter intermediaterange ballistic mis sile an operational war weapon The 10th Jupiter blasted 1500 miles across the Atlantic Wed nesday night The Defense De partment announced the test was a complete success The Jupiter launched was es sentially the same as the rocket that will be used under tactical conditions except that the war head was not armed with a nu clear device The 69foot missile which will provide the big push for the Armys moon rocket is expected to be deployed in Europe next December together the Air Force Thor IRBM The shoot also coincided with presentation of a semioperation al Jupiter to the first Air Force unit that actually will be assigned the weapon Brig Gen John A Barclay commander of the Army ballistic missile agency turned the first Jupiter over to the Air Force 864th Strategic Jupiter Squadron in ceremonies at Redstone Arsen al Huntsville Ala The 864lh will be given advanced training with the Jupiter before the unit is as signed overseas probably on the European continent LECOMTE DIES PARIS Georges Lecomle 91 permanent secretary of the French Academy and a member since 1924 died Wednesday AP Photofax STRICKEN PLANE PLOWS PATH A Northwest Orient Airlines DC6B cut a farm just off the runway at Mirineapo wide swath through a cornfield before lis All 60 aboard escaped The plane plowing into outbuildings on a narrowly missed a 49 TREATED FOR INJURIES 60 Escape Crash of Plane nuson were taken to broke off during the big plane hospitals Most suffered minor milelong skid through a cornfiel cuts or bruises Several were west of WoldChamberlain Field treated at the scene and released the MinneapolisSt Paul airport Magnuson was not seriously It had just taken off at am hurt He is no relation of Sen on a flight to Oregon and Wash Warren Magnuson Smoke filled the plane as pas sengers crawled through a hole torn in the fuselage where a wing The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy and continued warm through Friday with chance of a brief thunder shower Lows Thursday night near 60 highes Friday mid80s owa Partly cloudy Thursday night and Friday with a few thundershowers north portion Low Thursday night in the 60s Minnesota Partly cloudy cooler HighThursday 7278 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Thursday Maximum 86 Minimum 55 At 8 am 72 Warmer Weather Due to Continue More summerlike weajher re turned to Iowa Wednesday as the mercury climbed to 91 degrees at Sioux City and Spencer Mason City had 86 but Dubuque reported an afternoon high of only 77 de grees The weak cool front which had been expected to bring slightly cooler temperatures to Iowa Wed Hurricane Daisy Poised MIAMI Fla W Winds fresh ened along the North Carolina coast Thursday and tides rose 13A feet above normal as hurri cane Daisy lashed the Atlantic 240 miles southeast of Wilming ington THE FLIGHT had originated i Washington with stops at Pitts burgh ClevelandDetroit and Mi waukee Its a miracle any of us go out alive it seemed so bad sai Mrs E C Wiegand 48 Sandusky Dhio who was traveling with he husband and three children Flames consumed the airliner interior after all aboard escaped Rescue workers found men worn iutll t o u a j t auu en and children standing in th ed that he believed the Justice field many of them dazed One crewman tossed a ton Gale warnings flew from More head City N Cto Cape Henry and small craft from South Carolina north to New Jersey were cautioned to seek protec tion Daisy earring winds of 125 miles per hour moved towards the north northeast at an 18mile anhour Conditions are fav orable for a more northeasterly turn late Thursday forecasters said Baker Condition Remains Same WASHINGTON UPl Team ster organizer Barney Baker 284 pound Senate Rackets Committee witness remained in critical con dition at Washington Hospital Center as the result of a heart at tack Baker was rushed to thc hospipower failure cooier lemperauires to lowa Wed momw w mv uvapi nesday night and Thursday lost Wednesday after being strick f t i I en an hour hefnrn ho tr most of its punch before reach ing the state Thn wo v v n a o The Weather Bureau predictedjon the critical lift en an hour before he was to re sume the witness stand He was placed in an oxygen lent and put the mild weather would continue into Saturday PLAN HUGE WATER TANK OAK RIDGE Tenn UPI The Atomic Energy Commission announced Wednesday it is plan ning construction of a 325foot water tank the highest in this country to store water for addi tional fire protection at the atomic installation here Historic Session Opened US Solicitor Backs Negroes WASHINGTON The Su preme Court opened an extra ordinary integration session found the gov irnment ranged firmly along ide the National Assn for the Advancement of Colored People inurging no delay in the mingling of races at Little Rock Central High School The great maroon drapes be hind the bench in the marble courtroom parted about noon and to the ancient cry o Oye Hear justice walked to their seats It was the third crucial ses sion on school with n half a decade and specifical y at issue was Should Integra ion at Central High resumi or be postponed 2V years That was the narrov issue but the decision could hav profound effect on the whole arflung desegregation struggle THE HIGH TRIBUNAL in 195 iad outlawed school segregation and in 1955 ordered it wiped ou Ctnif H n c r Es deliberate speed announced T The American announcement The Little Rock School Board gave no indication of how many through its attorneys fought us Air Forehand Navy war f AP Phoibfax COURT HEARS ATTORNEYS JLee Rankinas TJSsolicitor presentedtfie Rankin Thurgood Marshall and Richard governments view Marshallrepresents C Butler Oeft to are threeat the NationalAsshfor theAdvancement torneys arguing before the Supreme of Colored Peoplewhile Butler Court in the Little Rock segregation case the Little Rock school board i U S TAIPEI Formosa the United States and Chinese attacks the United States and Nationalist States squadron of F100 SuperThe islands weie bombardecl China carried out joint air desabres based on Formosa and the Thursday for the sixth straight fense exercises over the hard for the 2V2year delay planes were involved in the de Fleet Ranking military officials of lilVTJIVCU lit U1C UC grantedby a US District Court fense exercises The US Navy judge The NAACP hotly ophas soce 300 planes with the nh posed it would be a retreat before the kind of violence that led President Eisenhower to dispatch federal troops to Little Rock last year And to the surprise of because President Eisenhower spoke only Wednesday of favor ing a slower tor General J Lee Rankin urged the tribunal to brook no delay Rankin is the executive branchs official spokesman in the Su preme Court JAMES HAGERTY Eisenhow ers press secretary said he saw no difference between the Presi dents views and Rankins Asked whether Eisenhower himself sees any difference Hagerty said he hadnt asked the President He promised todo so later Technically Rankins nodelay brief filed a few hours before the court opening was addressed to the specific situation at Little Rock But it contained a general doitnow argument which could apply in anysituation where pub lie opposition to desegregation it the basis for efforts to hold off immediate mingling of the races in classrooms Eisenhower in speaking of a slower approach Wednesdayadd babyjT views through the fuselagehole into thediverge greatly from his own waiting arms of its mother An airlines spokesman said the plane was airborne when it clipped fence rimming a con struction project beyond the run Questions by Curtis Cajled Dirty Polities DES MOINES HP Gov Her schel Loveless hurled a charge of dirty politics at US Sen Carl C u r t i s RNeb Thursday and threatened legal action if any po litical attack is made upon any member of the Governors fam ily The Governor was commenting on questions directed by Curtis Wednesday to Lew Farrell Des Moines former heer distributor here who has been under ques tioning by the Senate Rackets In vestigation Committee Farrell took the Fifth Amend ment when asked if he ever had contributed any money to any Loveless campaign or had given the Governor anything of value CURTIS ALSO asked Farrell if he had been involved in a com iivuivcu ill a fJUlli Department one filed bine seeking to sell liquor to Iowa Last Churches Thursday by not State Liquor stores and whether the Kindschuhes triiuprcrp araaOu hio nn way IT BOUNCED three timesand slidalong the groundfor a mile wrecking a garage granary and shed on the Jerry Christian farm THE TWO BARRIERS the NAACP wants knocked down are 1 The order by the US Dis trict Court in Little Rock permit ting a 2V2year delay in integra tion 2 A ruling by the Circuit Court of Appeals in St Louis stay ing its order which would void VII VIIU JtLLJ lIlllaUCUl IdlJIl The plane came to rest only 30 thc delay The stay by feet from thc Christian houselthe Circuit Court was granted t pending a decision by the Su about four blocks from the Met ropolitan Stadium on Minneapolis southern outskirts The plane landed on its left side making it impossible to open the door there But the crew directed passengers through the fuselage hole preme Court A Negro attorney Thurgood Marshal urged the court not to surrender to obstructions and mob action He said it must hand down a ruling that makes it clear to Arkansas that the orders Cause of thc crasM was not imjof C9urts on integration can i mnt intprfprnH tirith mediately known Airline said however it apparently not be interfered with Not Enough Evidence LITTLE ROCK meanwhile legislation to close Arkansas schools rather than integrate Ne gro children was given final ap proval Thursday with only one dissenting vote and sent to Gov Landing t 0 K Y radio Gen Wang ShumihgHchiefV ihe Chinese general staff the t It U AllOb Uj said Thursday Red China has ranking official fal warned Nationalist Chinese de fenders on Quemoy to draw since the isij doomed a landing is immi nent The Corfiv muni si Chinese farces are de termined to liberate the coastal Chinese islands and Taiwan Formosa Peipihg reported hougK therejj beerK Other wth actionj Wang predicted an early invasion atr emptof the he uhistsrpossible Agency said the cohditidns viweri governments expressed satisfac tion with the results demon strated during the exercise the announcement said THE MANEUVERS across the Communistthreatened w at er s came soon after the Nationalists warned that they may be forcec to bomb the Chinese mainland il the Communists do not halt their Osage Neighbors Have Corner on New Car Raffle OSAGE Turnabout is fair play Mr and Mrs Rollin Church rural Osage were to leave Thursday for an Oxark Moun tains vacation in a new car they won in a raffle at the recent Mitchell County Fair and will be accompanied by their neigh and Mrs Dean for Quiz Show dissenlmg vote and sent to Gov Curtis questions about Farrells now rfODC Orval E Faubus He was not ex purchase of a fur piece was that XTITllr T T is 1 t t i lit i Farrell ever purchased a fm stole a n d a diamondset wrisl watch from Younker Brothers in Des Moines Farrell invoked t h e Fifth Amendment on both questions Loveless said Curtis questions amounted to the dirtiest most filthypolitics Ive ever seen in my life said the questions did not involve any in vestigation of the Teamsters Union but were an attempt to help the Republican Party He added The Republican Party is re sorting to its usual campaign of innuendo by getting a discred ited witness on the stand and asking irresponsible questions IVE BEEN subjected to a similar attack in every campaign I have undertaken They have nothing to campaign against me with except smear and innu endo Loveless said the inference in Curtis questions about Farrells on a vacation to the Black Hills of South a new car won by the Kindschuhes at 1957 Mitchell County Fair BROWN DIES SHENANDOAH W Brown 69 former district judge and a past replate of the Masonic Grand Commandery of Iowa died of a heart clot Wednesday I nn 11 IU tol 11 SI v i VA A hospital spokesman said NEW YORK Dist Ally pected to sign the measure into Thursday His condition re s said Thursday law immediately but to await the majns the same r there is not enough evidence to Boy Struck on Chest by Football Killed REINBECK w Curtis Bru baker 4 was killed Tuesday eve ning when struck in the chest by a football while watching a group of neighbor boys play warrant presentation of allega tions fixed television quiz shows to a grand jury but his investiga tion is continuing It is fair to indicate that this is not a burgeoning scandal Ho gan told newsmen He said how ever his office had received Supreme Court ruling SEARCH CONTINUES FORT DODGE Search continued Thursday for Lyle Jones 30 Ames one of two pris oners who broke out of Story County jail at Nevada The other fugitive Donald Randall 20 Fort 11451 u v vi ivatiuaiif tw A L many telephone calls complainingDodge was apprehended at a about quiz shows service station here Wednesdayithe line Farrell had given it to Mrs Love less If theyre questioning the fur piece my wife has Ive given my wife everything she has and I think its nobodys business Loveless declared He added If they make any effort to at tack any individual member of my family Im going to have them in court And that goes for newspaper editors right on down hill moon high tide and a centratipnofCominunist sault bpats andmaririe ious forces at the north1 end of the Where might the Communists the big questibnRed artillery pounded the Queinpy area without letup for a 16hpur stretchending at 1 There also was sporadicN shelling of Kaoteng in the Matsu island 120 miles to the north U S CONCE RN over the situa tion was obvious Tfe Navy an nounced Wednesday night it had ordered the carrier Essex with 80 planes aboard and fourdestroyers to leave the Mediterranean and reinforce the U S 7th Fleet charged with guarding the For mosa Strait The fleet now hai four carriers and about 300 planes U S officials in Washington still were keeping an open mind on the possible use of American forces in the Quemoy Matsu crisis SAME Play Hang7 Proves Fatal to Two lowa Children SIOUX City UPi Two Sioux ing and hanging clothes had seen City youngsters brother and sis ter died of strangulation Thurs day in the back yard of their west side home as they sought to play hang Steve Rodney Clark 9 and his sister Dayle Jean Clark 8 chil dren of Mrs C H Clark were found by their grandmother Mrs L T Hardy When 7yearold Monte Clark ran into the house saying Stevie and Dayle wont talk to me Mrs Hardy hurried to the back yard to find Steve hanging by the neck from the crossbar of a swing set His sister was sprawled in a sandpile beneath the cross bar A broken piece of plastic clothes line was knotted about her neck The mother who had been wash all three of the children at play less than five minutes before the tragedy was discovered investi gators said Investigating officers related that Steve and Dayle had told little Monte that they were go ing to play hang and hang by the neck In reconstructing the tragedy officers theorized that the two children had tied a piece of plas tic clothes line around their necks stood on a glider on the swing set to tie the other end around the crossbar and then either fell or stepped from the glider Officers said the weight of Dayles body snapped the line by which she was hanging Steve was taken down by his grandmother   

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