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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 6, 1958, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited toe G LOBE HOME EDITION THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH I0WANS NEIGHBORS VOUH AsaocUtcd PJCM Full Wlrei Te Copy I MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 4 1951 Thli Paper at SecttOMCccttai OM 2U Four Killed in Collision Near Osage Peace Talks Sought Chou Asks for Parley TOKYO Chinas Premier Chou EnLai Saturday called on the United States to resume ambassador level talks to make another effort for the defense of Chous statement made in a Chinese language broadcast said the Chinese government is now prepared to resume the ambassa dor level talks to make another effort for the defense of peace Chou reiterated Red Chinas claim that Formosa and Pesca dores islands have always been Chinese territory and its was Chinese internal affair to exer cise Chinese sovereignty and to liberate these areas THE BROADCAST was the first comment made by Chou on the tertse Formosa Strait situation The talks Chou wants resumed brokeup last Dec 12 in Geneva They were opened in 1955 between U S Ambassador Alexis U Johnson and Red Chinas Wang Pingnan The implication of Chous state ment was that Red China now wants to bring the Formosa Strait pocket war into the diplo matic field In his statement Chou empha sized the dispute between the Peoples Republic of China and the United States is completely from the current Tai wanFormqsacrisis He said Formosa was strictly an internal affair of CHOU SAID that if the United States outrageously continues its aggression and intervention in China and forces war upon the Chinese people the United States will be held responsible for all the grave consequences to arise Chou said the international dispute oetween China and the APPLE A DAY ETC A doctor would have to be awfully busy to dodge the company of these four girls contestants in the annual Miss America pageant at Atlantic City NJ Munching on apples at a rehearsal break are from left Miss AP Photofax South Dakota Carolee Nelson Miss Washington State Anne Sylvia Hender son Miss Missouri Marjorie Ann Grit ten and Miss Tennessee Patricia Arden Eaves Racial Problem Tensions Mount in Southern States Security Council Called Ike Confers on Far East FKOM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON President Ei senhower summoned all available members of the National Security Council to the White House Satur day to review the Formosa crisis including Red Chinas new offer to negotiate Press Secretary James C Hag erty said the President called tiem in so he may have the jenefit of their thinking on the most recentdevelopments in the Tormosa Straits dispute He said it was a fair assump iori that the group would discuss he speech of Red Chinese Premi er Chou Enlai in which he said lis governmentwas preparing for a resumption of talks with the United States for settling the dis pute without use of force THE PRESIDENT who inter rupted his Newport RI vacation for a busy day of work here met with the security council mem bers at lunch ThePresident planned to spend 7 AP Photofax COMMANDS REINFORCEMENTS Col Arlie J Blood of Los Angeles commander of the 388th Tacti cal Fighter Squadron which has been moved from the United States to bolster air strength in the Far stands before his F100 fighter bomber The squadron has taken off for an undisclosed Pacific destination United States on Formosa Strait is a matter different from the problem of Chinese internal af fairs for liberating its own terri tory The United States has been consistently confusing these two matters and covered up its ag gression and intervention in Chi M1 na Chou stressed that the Chinese have the complete right to lib erate their territory by use of ap propriate methods at the appro priate time and will not allow any foreign power to intervene in such effort FOLLOWING Chous broadcast Peiping radio reported from Fu kien Province opposite Formosa that Nationalist Chinese forces on Quemoy have kept bombarding withoutletup towns and villages nearby It said our frontline troops vol untarily stopped their bombard ment Sept 4 against Chiang Kai sheks Nationalist troops in Que By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The involved racial problem brought mounting tension Satur day in some sections of the South President Eisenhower was scheduled to confer with Atty Gen William P Rogers at the White House The most pressing matter now before the courts is the impending US Supreme Court ruling on whether integration at Central High School at Little Rock Ark should be started when classes open Sept 15 or delayed 21A years Oral arguments before the court are set for Thursday GOV ORVAL E FAUBUS o Arkansas said Friday night he felt the feeling against racial mix ing at Little Rock was much Jean Seberg Honeymoon Undecided MARSHALLTOWN iJPi Movi aclress Jean Seberg and he French lawyer husband were i New York unce tain whelher theyll honeymoon on Wesl Coast or in Europe i Miss Seberg 19 who slepped rom high school drama classes o lead roles in Iwo movies wed tronger and deeper than a year go and apparently was a result the troubles at that time The governor said in a recorded nterview from Washington tfiat e would close Central High rath r thanobey any Supreme Court nandate to mix the races there mmediately In Georgia a Superior Court udge warned that if FBI agents nvestigate his court and its ac lons in any highhanded and menacing manner I will not hesi ate to put them in the common ail of the county JUDGE WALTER I GEER is sued the statement at his Colguit home after learning federal offi cials had filed a civil rights sui against three Terrell County vote registrars and two deputy regis rars he had appointed efusing to obey a police order to move from the steps leading into he city hall courtroom He said couldnt conscientiously pay he fine for an offense he cbntend d he didnt commit In the first integration disturb ncejin Kentucky this school year egro and white children fussed near a newly integrated school at but officials sent hem on to school Five Negroes attend with 7200 white pupils in several hours in Washington and return to Newport Saturday eve ning toresume his vacation Early this week it was an nounced that Eisenhower would return to Washington Saturday to be host at a late afternoon White House reception for a group of American British and Canadian guests of tneAmerican Assn of Universities LATER HE BOOKED meetings with Secretary of Commerce Weeks and Secretary of Labor Mitchell and a goodbye visit with his economic adviser Dr Gab riel Hague who has resigned to return to private business he 21school Hopkins County sys The Weather Mason City Mostly fair Saturday night except brief period of fog cooler low 5054 Partly cloudy Sunday high 7478 Iowa Partly cloudy Saturday night and Sunday Cooler Satur day night low 52 northwest to 62 southeast cloudy through 1 Sunday cooler low 4252 Warmer Sunday highs7282 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Saturday Maximum Minimum At 8 a rn Precipitation tern IN VIRGINIA Warren County became the sixth locality in that state to be told by a federal judge it cannot keep a Negro child out of a white school because of his race In Nashville Tenn 14 Negroes registered without trouble for sec 78 61 64 59 Forest City Boys Held for Thefts The test of the 195 ond grade classes in six formerly civil rights the reg i s t r a r s with discriminating against prospective Negro voters in the Terrell County seat of Daw son in south Georgia In another Deep South state Al abama the segregationist police commissioner of Montgomery paid an fine integration leaders allwhite schools This brought to 30 the number of Negroes regis ered for mixed classes At Knoxville Tenn racial agi tator John Kasper was turned down when he tried to register as Late Friday the summer White House announced Eisen hower also would confer hi Wash ington with Atty Gen Rogers The conference topic as put by Presidential Press Secretary James C Hagerty The various pending matters before the courts on the subject of school integration Hagerty declined to provide any detail IOWAN SENTENCED MEMPHIS Tenn liam Joseph Chartier 32 Des Moines has been sentenced to YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 71 53 Ida Grove Man Killed in Crash a voter in Knox Counly A spokes man for Ihe counly election com mission said Kasper failed to imeet residence requirement one year in prison after pleading guilty to charges of transporting a forged S100 check in interslale commerce IDA GROVE Hemp hill 45 Ida Grove was killed Saturday morning when his pick up truck was in collision with a North Western freighl Irain at the west edge of Ida Grove The engineer said he saw the vehicle approaching and put the locomotive into reverse but was unable to stop in time Survivors include Hemphills father in Ida Grove and two I brothers in Fort Dodge FOREST 16yearold Forest City boys were being held in theWinnebago County jail Sat urday after admitting a number ty history of car fareakins in a threecounty area Sheriff Maurice Monson iden tified the pair as Aaron bach and James Anderson The youths were captured Fri day in Clear Lake They admitted ransacking some 40 or 50 cars in Mason City Forest City Leland and Nora Springs Monson said Anderson on parole from the Eldora Boys Training School was picked up by Monson Thursday night when he failed to appea on a traffic violation After ques tioning about other activities h was released After he left town Forest City authorities alerted Clear Lake Another Person Injured Car Truck Meet Headon OSAGE Four persons were killed in a smashing Headon colli sion between a car and a pickup truck on Highway 218 three miles ast Osage Saturday morning The dead were identified as Charles Pritz 69 his wife Clara 1 Mrs Cornelius Miller 41 all of rural Kiceville and a grandson of the Pritzes Jimmy Armstrong 6 Waterloo All were passengers in a car driven by Pritz The driver of the truck Or villa Berg rural Osage was hospital ized in Osage with severe injur ies He suffered a compound frac ture of the right leg fractures of the left arm and fib injuries A DOCTOR at Mitchell County Memorial Hospital said his con dition was not critical but that he would be hospitalized for some time Dr R L Whitley Mitchell County coroner jaid the four were killed instantly in the collision The four bodies re mained in the mangled car Berg was thrown clear of the wreck age Both vehicles were demol ished Both cars remained on t h highway after the crash said there was evidence that the truck had been skidding before the accident but it was not pos sible to determine how far The coroner called the crash one of the worst in Mitchell Coun THE MITCHELL COUNTY sheriffs office said the accident happened about a m Berg driving east attempted to pass acar ahead of him that was turn ing into the driveway of t Rollin Angel farm home and col moy to give them a chance for reflection Chous call for a resumption of talks came at the end of h i s statement He did not enlarge on when or where or how such talks should be held but he said Red China would be willing to send ambassadors AS THE STATEMENT went out over tionalists the on airwaves Formosa the Na reportec the Communists were moving faster and heavier naval powei Francois Moreuil 24 of Paris in a simple ceremony at the church of her girlhood here Friday After the wedding the couple lew to New York Miss Seberg said they would remain there at least until Monday and maybe all depends CLYDE SELLERS a member the prosegregation Citizens Council said he paid the fine be cause he felt the Rev Martin Luther King Jr was trying to further his selfassumed role as a martyr and also to boost the sale of his forthcoming book about the fight for racial equality in Montgomery King denied any publicity mo toward the Formosa Strait The uncertainty arises because Columbia Pictures may offer Jean a part in a movie to be filmed in Hollywood The rewlyweds iad tentatively scheduled a European honeymoon but postponed definite plans until they get an okay from live and protested payment of the inc The minister leader I of successful Negro boycott against Montgomery city buses two years ago was convicted o Rear Adm Liu Hohlu chief military spokesman for the Na tionalists on Formosa said the buildup increased the threat to the Nationalistheld offshore is lands Red Warships he said created amongi The wedding Friday considerable excitement people of this central Iowa civ of 20T000 The church where Jean once Dulles Telegram on Case of Negro Sentenced to Die taught Sunday school was filled could be used lo intensify Red to its 230 capacity efforts to cut off the Nationalist I supply route from Formosa to the islands There were indications from Formosa also that the National ists were preparing lo bomb the Red mainland if the Communists renew massive artillery or bombj ing attacks on Quemoy The Communists threatened last week to redouble bombard ments Up to midafternoon tiiei Nationalist Defense Ministry Taipei had no reports of shelling lince Friday the lightest day lince the Red pounding begin Aug 23 MONTGOMERY Ala jSecrctary of Slate John Foster Negro sentenced to die for a robbery of an elderly white widow it was disclosed Friday Dulles sent Gov James E Fol som a telegram saying there was worldwide concern for 55yearold farm hand Jimmy Wilson who was sentenced lo die for the night ime theft Ralph Hammond Folsoms ex ecuiive reported Dulles said U S embassies had received numerous letters about the case He said Dulles mentioned ithc London Embassy receiving about 600 letters a day and Ihe police to be on the lookout for him He and Hetlenbach were spoiled Friday enlering the Han sen Standard Service Stalion on the North Shore Dr and were arrested by police when they left the rest room Anderson said he had contacted Hettenback after being released in Forest City and that they had walked the 20 miles to Clear Lake No charges had been filed la gainst the youths Giri Is Crushed by Water Tank INDIANOLA Judy K Labertew was crushed to dealh Friday when a mobile water tank overturned and fell on her at her farm home eight miles southwest of here The child was the daughter af Mr and Mrs James Labertew She and her brother Darl 10 ided headon with the oncoming ritz car the sheriffs office said It was added that Bergs view at that spot on thehighway was obscured by a slight hill T h tiPritzes were driving to Mason Cjitswhere Mrs Pritz had an appointment with an optome trist Mrs Miller a neighborof the farm couple and the mother of four children was making the trip with them The boy the son of Mr and Mrs Lowell Armstrong Water loo had been spending the sum mer with his grandparents Mrs Armstrong is a daughter of the Pritzes Mrs Miller is survived by her husband Cornelius three sons twins Donald and David 14 and Tommy 7 and one daughter Delia 16 Plan Free Medical Aid for Needy DES MOINES age pen sioners and other lowans on welfare rolls will get free medi cal care through the channeling of nearly six million dollars in Same T in Ireland receiving BUck fl means traffic hi nn fa hnars about 400 letters a day QUARREL ENDS IN lyn Venator 15 holds the hand of her husband Air Force Sgt Robert II Ven ator 27 who writhes on the ground near his car after shooting himself in the AP Photofax stomach The couple quarreled at their were riding on top of the large tank which their falher was haul ing to the hoglot on a traclor drawn wagon The tank rolled off when Ihe wagon fail a rut Darl suffered broken bones Daily Press Assn ReElects Wilson DES MOINES Wil son business manager of Ihe Carroll TimesHerald was re elecled president of the Iowa Daily Press Assn at its annual meeting here Friday night Also reelected as vice president was John Notman copublisher of the Clinton Herald SHIRLEY SIDELINED HOLLYWOOD UPI Shirley Temple sprained an ankle Friday extra federal funds into the state welfare program This amount was made avail able to Iowa under new social security provisions Congress ap proved this year The State Board of Social Wel are announced plans Friday to distribute the funds to persons re ceiving old age assistance aid to the blind and aid to dependent children The board said detailed plan ning of a medical program will require considerable study by wel fare officials physicians drug gists and others but it plans to have the progVam ready by Jan 1 Johess Claims Still Decreasing WASHINGTON UPI government says the number of Americans filing new claims fq jobless compensation is still shrinking and dropped by 20800 275 1QQ in the ended T i ouv jvsii 3 i v Levittown N home wnen Mrs Ven ihcarsai for a Mother GQOEe musi ator objected to overseas assignment for to be shown on the ShirleylSO Latest official figure on total her husband Venator originally from Temple Storybook television insured unemployed was Buffalo N Y is in critical series at Christmas looo
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