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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 2, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                I North Iowas 1 Daily Newspaper Edited fcc CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION nHI ME WSf AM ft TH AT M AK1S ALL N O It T H I O W A N S NEIGHBORS VOL H Associated airi United PTCM run Virtu 7ecw MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER J If51 Paper ConsUti Two Violence Erupts at Sea TIME TO KNUCKLE DOWN Its quite a transition from carefree va cation days to the rigors of the jclass rciom Mason Citys schools opened Tuesday and Bruce Bull 2nd graderat Hoover School was one of many who found it hard to settle down to the routineHere he uses a pencil to make a playful pass at Cynthia Abbas pony tail while teacher Jo Ann Day appears ready to lay down the law Photo by Muster British Hold Icelandic Crew REYKJAVIK Iceland MVBrit ish fishermen and Icelandic cbas guardsmen battled handtoham aboard a British trawler in th nofishing zone off Icelands eas coast Tuesday the Iceland coas guard reported An official statement broac cast by the g6vernmehtowne radio gave the Icelandic peopl a graphic account of the fight Th populace was fightingmad ove the incident It said a rough battle ensued when an Iceland gunboats crew attempted to seize the British trawler Northern Foam The Brit ish frigate Eastbourne steamed to the trawlers side and took the Icelanders off the radio said All this happened off the east ern tip of Iceland It is the first reported violent contact in the nearly twodayold fishing dispute between Iceland and Britain While the struggle at sea was goingon the trawler Northerp Foam drifted in about four miles from the Icelandic coast the ra dio said THEBRITISH EMBASSY here said the Eastbourne was await ing specific instructions what to do with the captured Icelandic coastguardmen In the confusion at sea the coast guard said the British navy tried to return its captives but the coast guard commander fused to take them back The coast guard said the Eastbourne then steamed away Royal naval headquarters in London reported no violence oc curred in the incident Britain has refused to recognize Icelands extension of its terri torial waters to 12 miles off the coast The new HmiQ which sets onvfdreign fishermen in side the 12mile line took effect at midnight Sunday The British trawler Qeet immediately chal lenged the ban by moving to their traditional fishing grounds in the prohibitedwaters THERE WAS NO shooting on the first day of Britains defiance of the new limit although the British managed to foil a board ing attempt Monday by some fast Schools v Opening Delayed Setback for Gov Faubus LITTLE ROCK Ark The Little Rock School Board tiandec Gov Orval Faubus a set back Tuesday and gave this city a twoweek breather in its Ne gro integration crisis at Central High Schopl The i board voted 51 to delay I Centrals opening until Sept 15 lest it jeopardize its plea to the US Supreme Court to hold integration here until 1961 The action thus passed to Vir1 ginia the first test of whether therewill be integration violence when its schools open next Mon UNDEK U H AUSPICES Draw Up New Space Policy day A federal judge in Alexandria heard arguments Monday on the plea of 30 Negro children for an order admitting them to several eyewitness reportfrom the ba previously allwhite schools ini n tie scene said Red guns and ships Big Naval FigKf Off Querrioy Is TAIPEI Formosa nationalists reported that they sank 11 and possibly 12 Commu nistmotor torpedo boats in midnight naval battleoff Big Quemoyisland Monday But an Arlington FAUBUS LAUGHED when told a sharp answer by AVhite House Press Secretary James C Hagerty to the Governors state ment Sunday that the White House required him to say in 1957 that integration is the law of the land Asked about the statement Hagerty said in Newport RI that You wouldnt print the comment I feeT like giving The Nationalists ready for any They aught HolidayToll Falls Short of Record BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The toll of violent death on Americas highways during the extended Labor Day weekend fell short of record proportions But there was no comfort in he knowledge for relatives and riends of the more than 400 dead n summers last surge of holi The Weather Mason City Occasional showers Tuesday night low in upper 50s Occasional showers and cooler Wednesday highs in lower 70s lowssScattered showers and turn ing cooler Tuesday night low about 50 northwest to about 60 southeast Wednesday partly cloudy and cooler Minnesota Wednesday most 1 fair west and north a few thun maneuvering Foreign Minister Gudnuindsson said Gudmundur Iceland had protested to London the use of force by the British navy to pre vent an Icelandic gunboat from arresting a British trawler In a broadcast to his North At lantic island nation Monday night Gudmundsson said he had or dered Icelands ambassador in Paris to report the incident to NATO Secretary General Paul Henri Spaak Private talks arranged b Spaak broke clown in Paris las Friday after Iceland rejected a proposal to share foreigners catch and extend its territoria waters only six miles to seaward British Prime Minister Macmilla offered Sunday to resume these talks but added the dispute might be handed to the UN General Assembly meeting Sept 16 hate very badly to get Faubus said when told dershowers highs 6575 southeast Cooler GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday day traffic The National Safety Council said there were 409 traffic deaths 112 drownings 86 deaths from miscellaneous accidental causes for a total of 607 A sharp rise in deaths on the lighways in the closing hours of the 78hour holiday period shot the total close to the prediction made last week by the council An estimated 30 million cars were on the highways Monday the windup of summers last long holiday In the countrys three major summer holiday periods Me morial Day Independence Day and Labor Day more than 1 Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 72 55 62 trace 87 64 19 Thought Dead in C124 Crash West of Guam GUAM UP A m i 1 it a r y Air Transport Service plane with 19 aboard crashed in the Pacific early Tuesday and an airsea Tost Draw Challenge P roves Flfal DAVENPORT UPI Robert M Walker Louisville Ky was found shot to death early Tuesday and police said another youth admitted shooting the boy accidentally after taking up a westernstyle fastdraw chal lenge Police said they found Walkers body sprawled on the kitchen floor c1 a house in which he and two other youths were staying THEY SAID Robert T Colgan 19 also of Louisville told them Walker had challenged him to a westerntype draw saying he could shoot a 25caliber auto matic seven times before Colgan could fire once Police said Col gantold them both youths thought their weapons were unloaded Colgan said he drew a 22caIi ber pistpl and the gun went off the bullet striking Walker in the of Hagertys answer I wonder Congressman Brooks Hays DArk has said anything yet hey made Brooks Hays promise to protect them H a y s was the mediator in disrupted efforts to reinforce the Nationalist stronghold The Reds resumed their inten sive shewing of Quemoy for the llth straight day with almost 2000 shells fired into the island up to midday were reported thing UPI CORRESPONDENT Charles Smith the only US wire service reporter on Big Quemoy in the front line of the current vest pocket war said the deputy Quemoy commander Maj Gen Kao Yarigfoon predicted an im minent Red invasion of the key Nationalist defense link but said the Communists would meet dis Lodge in CYRUS EATON aubus meeting with Presiden Eisenhower at Newport last aster in any such try Smith landed with eight other corres pendents during the height of the wanted to start Central High without Negroes on Sept 8 Faubus said hehad information that US marshals are being mustered for possible use in the Little Rock crisis The Governor declared he would resist any federal force inter fering with any public school in my state and he included troops as well as marshals Asked how he could resist federal force Fau bus replied By closing schools Faubus said that if he had been a school board director he would have opened the schools under a decision by US Dist Judge Harry J Lemley whose ruling and appeal from it for a delay now are before the Supreme Court to Legion FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES CHICAGO The United Slates will propose a program of national cooperation in the peace ful exploration of outer space at the next regular sessionofthe United Nations General Assem bly Henry Cabot Lodge U S am bassador to the UN disclosed Tuesday Lodge told the American Le gions 40th annual convention that President Eisenhower has in structed him to include the im portant and urgent subject of out erspace at the General Assem bly meeting Specifically the United States will propose a program for inter national cooperation in the field of outer space LODGE DID NOT detailtha space for peace plan which apparently would parallel at least in part the atoms for Race Expensive Nikita Soys MOSCOW UPI in dustrialist Cyrus Eaton said after a long talk with Premier Ipeace plan which President Ei Khrushchev Monday that the Premier feels the arms race is an expensive operation that the Soviet Union wants to end Eaton here as guest of the Soviet Ministry of Agriculture senhower proposed in 1953 and is being carried oa under UN auspices But Lodge said the interna tional teamwork envisaged by President Eisenhower could open FAUBUS BLASTED theLittlel Smith said Kaopinpointed th Rock board for the of Tatan and Erhtan jus bus and many white citizens in Redheld Amoy ha bor as the most likely point fo the initiar Communist thrust We expect an allout attack in the near future Kao to 1 d Smith But we are determined and HOWEVER UPI photographer Norman Williams who was aboard another craft during Ihe sea fight and was forced to re turn to the Pescadores Islands without landing at Quemoy un derscored Red strength in the with Khrushchev in a 95minute meeting inthe Kremlin Thel find no sur three bodies 140 persons were killed in motor search team could vehicle accidents All the holidays vivors Debris and extended over a period of picked up 30 miles west of hours The Labor Day count was rom 6 pm last Friday to mid night Monday The traffic toll for Rites Wednesday for North lowan Crushed by Truck NEW HAMPTON Funera services will be Wednesday at 2 pm at the Methodist Church Nashua for Gerald Furgeson 48 who was killed Monday when crushed beneath a truck he was the Fourth of July holiday was 370 for Memorial Day period it was 371 Nine Lose Lives on Iowa Roads BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Death failed to respect the long Labor Day holiday as nine lowans perished in traffic acci Guam The C124 from Travis Air Force 3ase Calif was on a flight to Clark AFB in the Philippines II iad acrew of seven and carriec cargo and 12 passengers Air Force officers estimated the plane crashed five minutes after leaving Guam on the last leg o its trip Two of the seven crewmen aboard were lowans They were 1st Lt Thomas R Jensen 25 a navigator son of Mr and Mrs Leo J Jensen Davenport and T Sgt James W Armstrong 26 center of the heart He died in tantly ALL THREE are salesmen for a national magazine Colgan was being helc for ques tioning but not charged immedi ately SAME said he discussed disarmament new and brighter horizons all humanity Lodge said after KhrushI challenging opened chev returned from a vacation up bythe advancesof at a Black Sea resort through which Eaton said Khrushchev told him that the Soviet Union want ed to be relieved of the expense involved in developing new weapons Eaton said the Soviet Pre area Iemphasize we could not com plete the landing of troops and correspondents because of Com munist resistance Williams said m a dispatch from his landing craft One Nationalist patrol craft in our convoy was hit by a torpedo A minesweeper took it in tow T saw a number of injured men on tlfe crippled patrol craft Wil liams added ACTRESS TREATED NEW YORK W Actress Suzy Parker was detained at a hospital for several hours Monday night suffering from what police said was an overdose of a sedative through our world travels each day no national boundaries he said The scientists of the world have much to contribute to the peace ful exploration of outer space dents on the states highways an engineer Vacaville Calif greasing on his father s larm WjThe toll however was one underi whose permanent home was Bur miles southwest of here thc figure estimatcd bv the Iowa lington The Rev George rimlott will officiate with burial to be in Department of Public Safety at the outset of the long weekend Greenwood Cemetery Chenowcth and Sons Funeral Home is in charge His head and shoulders wercjMonday in a djtch next to hjsi pinned beneath thc box of thewreckcd auto on a Warren Coun1 truck Sheriff Galen Folkers thely road three mjles southwest ofi The last reported fatalities were David Michael Frueh 22 St Marys whose body was found orized Furgeson had accidentally tripped the automatic dumping device on the truck Furgeson is survived by his widow Norma and his parents Mr and Mrs Charies Furgeson He was preceded in death by a brother and sister AHERN DIES SAN FRANCISCO UPI Frank St Marys Louis Anderson 80 Fort Dodge was killed Monday Auto Crashes Into Herd of Cows on Highway 3 Rowan ROWAN Janice Mulder 18 Dcg MIDGET MOTORIST Primghar and her mother es caped serious injury Monday ht when their car crashed into herd of 40 cows which had wandered onto Iowa 3 about IVfe miles east of here Two of the cows were killed in RALEIGH N C UP Timothyjthe accident and two more had Lee Bunn 3ayearsold decided to be destroyed Deputy to go for a drive in the family Ben Spccdling said officials corn mended Miss Mulder for her ex ALL OF US have much to lose if outer space is subjected to national rivalries Ifnations can successfully cooperate in the study and exploration of outer space new and brighter horizons may beopened up for all human ity Lodge said study and explora tion of outer space will man where no human being has gone before will affect every man woman and child in the world and can be to their great benefit Our new space knowledge caa be applied to medicine commu nications transportation and many other useful ing even our knowledge of the weather1 he said Lodge said scientists through out the world have much to con tribute to the peaceful exploration of outer space and of us have much to lose if outer space is subjected to national ri valries He said the cold war may go on for many years but Ameri cans should not get discouraged about the future Lodge said he seriously and sincerelybelieves that the Soviet Unions present attitude about the United States we do not get change Clarion Man Dies Under Truck Box CLARION Harry Henricks 59 died here Tuesday of injuries mph earlier Tuesday Ihe received when a dump truck Winds reaching a top velocity box fell on him after he dumped mier told him that he felt the U S State Department was antagonistic toward the Soviet Union butadded that he would like to visit the United States Eaton said Khrushchev told him he knows the American people want peace but he is not so sure about the U S govern ment Eaton replied that American industrialists favorite targets of Sovietpropaganda do not want war He said he told the Soviet Premier that industrial ists do not want to pay higher taxes which would go forweap ons Ellas Punch Weakening Over Cuba MIAMI Fla Hurricane Ella weakened to a 60milean lour storm Tuesday as it moved westnorthwestward along the southern coast of Cuba Gale warnings were hauled down in Florida and replaced by small craft warnings from Palm Beach on the east coast and Fort Myers on the west coast south ward through the Keys Flash floods still are possible in central and western Cuba as the storm moves along It is ex pected to stay in Cuba for the next 12 hours Its winds were 75 of 40 miles an hour in scattered squalls are forecast for the Flor ida Straits by Wednesday Ships at the Key West naval base were standing by for possible move ment out to sea if the hurricane comes close Chief storm forecaster Gordon Dunn said reports from Cuba and a load of dirt in his hog lot The accident happened Monday at Henricks farm six miles west of here on Iowa 3 He reached in between the cab and the elevated box to throw a lever lowering the box when it came down suddenly and pinned him to the cab A passing truck driver spotted him and alerted his family Ahcrn 58 chief of police of San car He climbed in the vehicle Francisco since 1S56 died of areleased thc brakes shifted thejceilent handling 01 the car hesrt attack Monday wliUe atjgears o neutral and it collision tending a basebaii game between rolling down hill The car struck The car uss demolished San Francisco and Los Angeles a telephone pole causing treated for at Seals Stadium damage Ihead injury AP Photofar MIDWEST CursTirsGEM r Beauties from seven Midwestern states pose on Misses Michigan Patience Pierce Indi thc Atlantic City N J beach as the an ana Anita Hursh Wisconsin Kay Ross DccksTiunu Iowa Joanne slight nuai Miss America beauty pageant under way with the winner to be UniCagO reconnaissance planes indicated Ellas core was well broken up as it passed over the mountainous area near Santiago Ella was about 300 miles south east of Miami moving west north at 16 miles HP hour No material change in intensity is ex1 Rev George Cramer 76 Cedar peeled for the next 12 hours but Falls a retired minister of the JElla probably will gather strengthjEvangelical United Brethren it moves into the sea off Church died 01 injuries h o r Retired Minister Dies of Injuries CEDAR FALLS UPI The an Lucille MacDonald Illinois Anita Olson the Cuban west coast early WedMonday which he suffered when i nounced Saturday Left to right are the and Minnesota Diane Chloe Albers struck by a car Aug 1   

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