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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 13, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowos Daily Newspaper Edited lot OMHorn LOBE HOME EDITION T H I M I W S A 9 I R T H A T M A K I S A L L NORTHIOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL H PrMf nl IMU4 PTMM Fidl WlrM Te MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1951 TUi Papw Conslite OM HI Eisenhower Appeals Directly to Russians ft on Formosan Crisis ASIAN BEAUTIES IN NATIVE COSTUMES Four top models from the Far East display traditional gowns at a San Francisco fashion show as part of the opening AP Photofax of the Pacific Festival Lefttoright are Mitsuyo Ho saka 25 Japan Zaiton Qabdullah 21 Singapore Sus an Roces 17 Philippines and Julie Wu 26 Formosa Next integration Move Pondered Red Guns Again Drive Off Convoy Some Supplies Delivered Faubus Signs Bill Closing Four Schools Aims to Bypass Court Order LITTLE ROCK Ark Gov Orval Faubus declared Saturday that think federal au thorities have any legal right to stop me from closing the Little Rock high V He made thestatement before going for ithe weekend He denied ing to avoid possiblefederal court Faubus late Friday orderedthe four city high schools closed cause Central High faced courtordered integra tion The Governor appeared uncon cerned about reports circulating in this city that the Justice De partment has issued a warrant for his arrest IN WASHINGTON a spokes man for the Justice Department emphatically denied the reports as complete nonsense Faubus said he didnt believe action of federal officers would be that drastic He acted because Central High School faced mixing of white and Negro students in classes for the second straight year He stated he sought to prevent violence that would result if integration oc curred The Governor moved only hours after the US Supreme Court said in effect that Central High scene of racial riots and guarded by troops last year must continue in tegration no matter how violent the opposition FAUBUS APPARENT objec tive is to close the four Little Rock high all Negro Horace Mann open Central High and possibly others as private schools for whites with the stale paying tui tion He appears to believe the state thus can avoid forced integration because the Supreme Court has not issued integration orders in volving private schools The Legislature two weeks ago gave him power to close schools faced with forcible racial mixing Herman Apparently Never Heard of SNAILS PACE EAST ST LOUIS III UP Although hes a snail Herman ap parently never heard of a snails pace Mrs Oscar Suedel found Herman on a basement step She christened him but didnt know where to put him She left to telephone a neighbor and asked if Herman could live in a fish bowl the neighbor had When she returned to the basement Herman was gone The next day Herman turned up on a basement wall Mrs Suedel scooped him up and put him in a teacup on her kitchen table She called her friend with the fish bowl and got the OK to move in but Herman was missing again He was found a day later a room and a half away Mrs Suedel rushed Herman to her friends fish bowl and in he went The next morning the snail was gone The following day Herman turned up in a flower pot Several more exits from the bowl followed and finally Her man disappeared for seven days He was found perched on a TV tube Herman looked lifeless and it was thought he had beenelectro cuted but he was only playing possum Now he is in the bowl again or was the last time Mrs Suedel looked Economy in of Recovery Even Experts Say Theyre Stumped WASHINGTON UP pace of the business recovery is stump ing the experts who had expect ed it to be slower The Federal Reserve Board TAIPEI Formosa UH Com munist artillery fire drove an other Nationalist supply convoy off the beach atrQuemoy in pre dawn darkness Saturday FourNationalist Chinese supply ships were forced to withdraw aft er unloading only a small portion of their cargo Within one hour the Reds poured more than 7000 high ex plosive shells onto Liaolo Beach where the vessels were trying to unload supplies for the besieged Nationalist outpost island This was the third unsuccessful attempt by the Nationalists to run the Red blockade wtih U S war ships escorting them within three miles of Quemoy It was the first attempt under cover of darkness A SPOKESMAN for the U S Taiwan Defense Com mand said neither damage to the SendsMew to Nikito Wants Force Renounced capped a week offavorableeco nomic news Fridayby announcing that industrial took the earliest and steepest nosedive of all the major business 2 per cent last The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy windy and warmer Saturday night low in middle 60s Considerable cloudiness occasional shower or thunderstorm continued warm and moderate to strong southerly winds shifting to westerly in afternoon Sunday High Sunday in middle 80s Iowa Partly cloudy warmer Saturday night lows in 60s Considerable cloudiness with scattered showers and thunder storms Sunday warmer east turning cooler northwest Some what windy Sunday Minnesota Partly cloudy warm High Sunday around 90 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Saturday Maximum 81 Minimum 50 At 8 am 61 YEAR AGO Maximum 77 Minimum 45 in classes Minutes after he ichool closing bill ccpted a summons signed Faubus in a weird the ac Chopin Rippey Farmers New Plowing Champs WASHINGTON Iowa Wi Art iRaisch Chapin and Laurence Hu 3er Rippey are Iowas new plow ing champions Raisch won the state contour plowing match Friday at the Iowa Union Awaits Contract Bid From Ford DETROIT DPI The United Auto Workers headed into week nd negotiations with Ford Motor Co Saturday with high expecta ions of a contract offer from the company It was the first timethe unjon vhich also was meeting with Chrysler Corp held weekend alfcs with the auto companies since contracts expired during the Memorial Day weekend No meet ng was scheduled at Generali Motors until Monday Although a company spokesman said the weekend meeting at Chrysler indicated qew progress n its talks with the union the Ford talks held the primary in terest Ford negotiators were attempt ing to reach a settlement before a Wednesday deadline set by the union for a strike Ford vice president John S Bugas confirmed the company would make an offer to the union before the Wednesday deadline but he refused to say specifically that it would come this weekend But union officials were obvi month Citing simultaneous rises in em ployment retail buying housing and total new construction the boardsummarized August gains in a halfdozen words in eco nomic activity continued The Federal Reserve index which measures output of the na tions mines mills and factories climbed to 137 per cent of the 194749 average The 3point rise in the index from July to August is equivalent to a 2 per cent im provement for the month Thus by August industrial pro duction had recovered more than onehalf the decline from August 1957 to the April low the board said AUGUST 1957 when the index stood at 145 is generally accepted as the starting point of the re Nationalist ships nor casualties was reported v The American spokesman sale theiships remained at for 23 minutes before the heavy fire forced them to withdraw and during that time some cargo was unloaded He did not say how much but it could have been only a srnall portion On Thursday a Nationalist con voy was atthe beach for 45 min AP Photofax WERE GOING TO IOWA Mr and Mrs Leonard Van Noort Rock Valley Iowa greet 7yearold twins Peter left and Rolf Loren as the boys arrived at New York from Germany The VanNoorts adopted the German orphans sight unseen iThe boys speak little English but they did manage to inform everyone within hearing distance that they were going to NEWPORT R I Eisenhbwer Saturday appealed to Russia to prevail on Red China to renounce use of force in For mosa Strait area and turn to peaceful negotiations In a new message to Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev Ei senhower criticized the Kremlin leader for what he called a one sided denunciation of United States policy in theFar East At the same timeEisenhower made it perfectly clear that the U S has no intention of pulling its forces out of the Far East as Khrushchev demanded early this week Referring to Khrushchevs 4000 word letter to him Eisenhower said I REGRET to say I do not see m your letter any find that common language which could indeed facilitate the re moval of the danger existing m the current situation in theTai utes and unloaded only small part of its cargo before being driven off by gunfire HOWEVER the spokesman said we are not unhappy about the progress made by the Nation alists in learning to handle am phibious supply operations under fire We will try all kinds of dif Missing Transport Traced to Russia MOSCOW U S Charge dAffaires Richard H Davis de livered an urgent request to the Soviet Foreign Ministry Saturday for information on 11 missing crew members of a U S Air Force C130 Hercules transport that crashed in Soviet Armenia The State Department said in Washington the plane had been intercepted by Soviet fighters but did not charge it wasshot down The note demanded information on the whereabouts and condi state court suit filed by an out spoken segregationist attorney for a woman who is a segregationist but does not want the schools closed The suit questions the constitutionality of the school closing bill THE TIMING of the suit 1ed newsmen to believe that it in volved more than met the eye ously hopeful the offer would come during the weekend so the negotiators would have more ime to work but any difficulties before the strike deadline Soil Conservation Field Day events witnessed by about 20000 persons Lee Helle Rembrandt was second in the contour com petition and Lavern McCabe Cas cade was third Huber finished first in the level land match H M Boersma Shel don was second and Richard Da vitt Prole was third The 20th annual field day was held at the Harold and Ernest Strum and the Bob Spera farms The Justice Department apparabout seven miles north of here enliy was prepared to throw its Soil conservation demonstra Car Strikes Hayrack Nine Youths Injured AMES Nine Story County youths were injured when a car collided on a country road with a tractordrawn double hayrack tow which was carrying 44 students and eight adults on a school hay rack ride The students were from the Milford Consolidated Schoo in Slory County The adults were four faculty members and their wives The injuries ranged from cession Few government or private economists last spring when the index had sagged to 126 were willing to predict more than min or gains by the end of the year The board made special note that Augusts widespread in creases in activity included gains in industries which make machin ery and industrial equipment Des Moines Girl 6 Killed Under Auto DES MOINES ftfi A 6year Id Des Moines girl was killed riday in the sight of her mother vhen struck by a car while re urning from school She was Nancy Ellen Noble 6 daughter of Mr and Mrs F W Noble Police said Mrs Noble had driven to the Dunlap School to pick up Nancy and the child when she saw her mother ran across erent techniques he of the U men their earliest ret Some American ave acknowledged privately that uemoy eventually would strangle mless some way is found to get core than the present trickle of upplies to its 100000man of Instruction Endorses Proposed Driver Education Law ionalist garrison Peiping radio reported Commuiist China has begun organizing the entire people into an enornous militia The broadcast said Trillions have already joined the militia with the watchword Strike back at any time the eneY1V nUTPI 3 ft 3 MOINES The Iowa Board of Public Instruction Friday approved a proposed driver education law under which persons could obtain a drivers license when they are 16 only by taking training courses Otherwise persons would have 11 j UdJCS a L l a A wait until they are 18 before a license Brown said Showers law was proposed by Acting Safety Commissioner RusseL for Iowa and will provide state aid to local schools that offer driver There will be some change courses The state money the weather over Iowa come from fees paid by car the Weather Bureau said day Some showers and storms will move across the BOUGHT behind a cold front which is AIRES UPI The pected to enter the northwest Central Bank granted of the state early permits Friday for Sail meanwhile fair and vaccine from Canada weather eturn of the bodies ot six other rew members killed in the crash ept 2 v The Soviet government reported discovery 6fthejplanes wreck age and the bodies of six crew men in a formal note deliveredto Davis Friday six days after the US government had asked for nformation on the missing plane and 10 days after the plane dis appeared a street intersection againsta red light Willard D Edberg Lincoln Neb driver of the car told au thorities he didnt see the child until she was directly in front of him weight behind the court decision lions such as terrace laying were bruises to hrntpn inrf Malcolm R Wilkcy an assistant among highlights of the program D OKen arms and attorney general assigned to the L Little Rock problem said the de partment had considered the pos sibility of Faubus school closing order in its legal planning But neither he nor other Justice De and there was a number of com mercial exhibits KEEP AWAY HOPEWELL Ohio U Sign on a truck traveling U S 40 near DP RATE DIPS BONN Germany W After reaching a high mark of more than 6000 a week in August the number of refugees fleeing Com partment officials would say whatjhere Dont hug me Im going munist East Germany declinedf tilt agency planned to do steady again last week THE STATE department note also asked the Soviet government 0 allow Embassy officials and other experts to identify the bod ies and wreckage at the scene of the crash It asked the Soviet government Lo press a search for the missing 11 if they have not been located so far The American note expressed view of the involve ment of Soviet the Soviet government had originally denied any knowledge of the in cident and that it delayed in re plying to an American note of Sept 6 requesting information THE AMERICAN NOTE said Soviet fighter seen to intercept the plane on the SovietTurkish border It de manded information on the full surrounding and following interception of t h e wan On the contrary the descrip tion situation contained5in your seems designed to serve5 the of interna tional Communism rather than to present the facts I also note that you have addressed no letter to the Chinese Communistsleaders urging moderation upon them If your letter to me is not merely a vehicle for onesided nunciation of United States ac tion but is indeed intended to fleet a desire to find a common language for peace I suggest you urge these leaders to discontinue their military operations and to turn to a policy of peaceful settle ment oftheTaiwan dispute That was an indirect RedChina to get started quickly on proposed Warsaw negotiations with the US lookingtoward peaceful IF 1 NDE Eisenhower said for the sake of settling the issues that tend to disturb the peace in the Formosa area the Chinese Communist leaders can be persuaded to place their trust in negotiations and a readiness to practice conciliationthen I as sure you that the United States will on its part strive in that spirit honestly to the same end While the Eisenhower note was conciliatory in tone in that re spect the President was firm i in making that the United States is ready to fight in the Far East if the Communists push too far That also was the central theme of the Presidents televi sionradio address Thursday eve ning In his message to Khrushchev Eisenhower said the issue in the Far East simply is whether the Chinese Communists wfll seek to achieve their ambitions through the application of force as they did in Korea or whether they will accept the vital requisite of world peace and order in anuc lear age and renounce the use of force as a means for satisfying plane by Soviet airtheir territorial claims As he has done on other occa said the plane American craft The Kremlin crashed about 34 miles northwest of Yerevan capital of Soviet Ar menia 35 miles from the Turkish border It added that it was a significant distance into the So tviet Union evidence that the sions Eisenhower said Formosa and the offshore islands held by the Chinese Nationalists never have been under Red China con trol and do not belong to the Peiping regime r Eisenhower said once again U S R state iprotested Black fur means traffic death In M hour AP Photofax AND ANOTHER THING Meacle Alcorn and Paul Butler GOP and Democratic national chairmen respectively engaged in an oldfashioned political hoe down at a press convention at Kansas City The two swapped charges and counterchargesranging from the Sherman Adams case to Gov Faubus v icir vyiiiwn w niw r 0 I plane intentionally violated U S smilitary forces are in the For borders This area in fulfillment of treaty commitments to Nationalist China to assist in the defense of TYPHOON ROARS ON TAIPEI Formosa Pescadores lllelen gathered fresh fury changed its course and howled Saturday toward Okinawa the and the Islands neighboring BANDITS SOUGHT MARSHALLTOWN big American military base here were searching for two twecn Formosa and Japan Latestmen who held up the Toddle Inn reports said the typhoon was packICafc early Saturdayandtook ing winds of 172 mph Hn cash r   

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