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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 17, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowos Daily Newspaper Edited tot VOL H PMM MMl IMMd T H I NIWSrArik THAT MAXIS ALL NORTH 6 WANS NIlCHiOtS LtaW 7c aw MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 11 1951 HOME EDITION CouMi W Two HMOM Nationwide Strike M by Ford Workers for West AP Phdtofax STARFIGHTERS ON FORMOSA A group of curious the more than twicethespeedofsound jet holds both Chinese view one of the U S Air Forces newlyarrived the world s speed and Altitude records A squadron of F104 Starfighters at a northernFormosa airbase De the planes was sent to the Far East to beef up the scribed as better than anything the Russians have Wests defenses there The Weather WASHINGTON Wl A Senate Rackets Committee investigator testified Wednesday more than half of the votes that elected James R Hoffa as president of the Teamsters Union were cast illegally Pierre Salinger the investiga tor said he could the unions own ity of 562 per cent of the votes for Hoffa at an international con vention iii Miami last October Salingers testimony was given only a few hours after the Team sters Executive Board called for i new convention in ah toriditself of courtnamedsupervising moni tors The monitors promptly an nouriced they will seek a court or der the move andtogive them more authority in ordering what they consider needed re forms in the scandalscarred un ion Mason City Mostly cloudy through Thursday Lows Wed nesday night lower 50s Warmer Thursday with the highs about 70 Iowa Partly cloudy through Thursday Slightly warmer northwest Wednesday night and over state Thursday LbwWed nesday night 4856 Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average near or slightly above normal Thursday through next Monday Normal highs 73 north to 77 south Normal lows 39 north to 53 south Warmer Thursday Cooler Friday Warmer Saturday Cooler Mon day Rainfall will average about one inch inoccasional rain Sun day and Monday Minnesota Cloudy and warmer High Thursday 78 GlobeGazette weather data up to8 amWednesday Maximum 61 Minimum 50 At 8 am 54 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 67 45 wnaf Del oyed TAIPEI Formosa Chi nese Nationalists succeeded Wedr nesday indelivering two more shiploads of supplies to thebe sieged Quemoy islands through a tail of Communistfire The Nationalist Defense Minis er said two LSTs unloaded all heir cargo without suffering dam age v Malik Heads UNBody UNITED NATIONS NY the UN opened a crisisridden General Assembly Tuesday with election of a proWestern Arab leader as president The election of Lebanese For eign Minister Charles Malik was aninitial victory for the United States and its allies but they faced bitter debate in the weeks ahead on fundamental issues di viding East and West on the first tfallbt by a v o t e Of 4531 o v e r Mb hammed Ahmed the Sudanese foreign minister whose candidacy in the 81haiion As sembly was supported by all the Arab League states except Leba Talks on Contract Continue Agreement Said Near HEAD TALKS John Bugas Ford vice president and Walter RevitherUnited Auto Workers presi dfent are the chief riegdtiatbrs in the talks over a new contractfor nearly 100000 union employes at Ford a final agree expected any non The ships were escorted across Formosa Strait Vby Nationalist warships and vessels of the US 7th Fleet which remained outside the threemile limit as usual The giant American aircraf MALIK RECEIVED six votes more than the required majority of 39 Four nations abstained and Israelwas absent because of he Kosh Hoshana holiday Malik withdrew last year to ermit Sir Leslie Munro of New Zealand At the last moment the Czech delegation announced itwas with drawing the candidacy of its for eign minister Jiri Nosek and supporting Mahgoub But even Will Be i GOP Target WASHINGTON Republican strategistsapparentlyhave best chance of defeating a Democratic senator lies in an allout effortagainst Sen William Proxmire in Wisconsin Field reports to the Republican Senatorial Campaign Committee have pictured Proxmire as the most vulnerable of 13 Democratic senators whose seats are atstake in November Proxmire was elected last year after GOP Sen Joseph R McCarthy died Although the Republicans are reluctant to talk about it their surveys are said tp no other contest giving their party what DETROIT United Auto Workers Union struck Ford Motor Co Wednesday Members walked out as com pany and union negotiators talked past the 10 a m strike deadline All reports said ment could be minute UAW President Walter Reuther returned to the talks with the statement that he expected it would be his last visit xto the con ference table We are very near greement he said REUTHER SAID this morning that Ford had improved s offer John S Bugas Fords resident for industrial relations escribed the latest company move as not a new offer but ather a refining and modifying process Reinstate injunction regard as an even chance o icking up a seat from the Dem HOFFA announcing the boards action described it as an effort to end the monitorship He said he expects little or no opposition to his reelection as president Salinger based his charges of illegality in voting on theunions constitutional provisions govern ing election of delegates Those provisions he said require that delegates be elected directly at membership meetings or ap pointed by executive boards of lo cals with prior approval of the membership He noted the con stitution also provides for selec tion of delegates after issuance of a convention call but 30 days in advance of the convention On the basis of those provisions he said only 48 per cent of the votes for Hoffa were definitely le gal and 562 per cent were defin itely illegal HOFFAS ELECTION was at tacked in court last fall as rigged situation that led to the moni torship Chief monitor Martin F 0Don oghue after the call for the new cbnvention saidthe Teamsters have not taken enough steps to clear up corruption to justify an other convention so soon Godfrey Schmidt another r ber of the monitor board agreedisur on that front with ODonoghue but the BUT IN Charlottesville By UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL A federal judgepostponed for almost four months Wednesday a final showdownon scheduled integration of public schools in Arling ton County Va The decision calls for admission of four Negroes to a white schoolin the countynext January In other sections of the state however one school already was closed because of integration orders and gravelyconcerned parents tried to find a way to keepclasses going The federal government leaning heavily on the belief that public opinion will insist on continued education of children during the racial crisis stayed out of the controversy momentarily Atty Gen William P Rogers met Tuesday with President Eisen hower and toldreporters that federal authorities intend for the mo ment to forego any legal in connection with school closings in Virginia and Arkansas In Alexandria Va Wednesday Federal Judge Albert V Bryan di rected the Arlington County school board to admit four Negro pupils to an allwhite school in January Bryan upheld the rejection by the Arlington County school board of 26 Negro applications for trans fer to white schools but said that the rejection of thefour is notiS E Wednesday was foundto Mrs Frame Found to Be Insane Mrs Leslie Frame 41 321 20th justified HE SAID all of the four chil dren live near the StratfordJun ior High School to which they ap plied and that each was above he median score in achievement tests required be insane and was committed by the County Insane Commission to the Mental Health Institute at In dependence Earlier Acting Police Judge carrier Essex arrived in Formos an waters after steaming a quar ter of the way aroundthe world from the 6th Fleet off Lebanon THE 45OWTON Essex is slated to replace one of the four attack carriers already in the 7th Fleet Red shelling went into its 26th day and apparently is aimed now at knocking out Quemoys artil lery which has been trying to silence Red gunson the main land The Defense Ministry said the 1861 Communist shells that hit overnight were mostly1 of deeper penetration quality than the anti personnel fragmentation shells used earlier The Reds now are using Soviet made 203mm and 212mm guns instead of the 152mm weapons previously aimed at Quemoy ordnance experts reported THE GUNS apparent ly were brought up in an effort to blast the concrete underground emplacements which have for the most part withstood the Red fire On Formosa opposition contin ied to the USCommunist Chi with the backing of the ninena tion Soviet bloc Mahgoub failed to win l v Both candidates werefrom states belonging to the Arab League but Maliks avowed pro Western stand cost him the sup port of many Arab states partic ularly those sympathetic 1 to President Nassers United Arab Republic In a short speech after his elec tion theHarvardeducated Malik lauded the s p o r t sman like that opposition has oc curred here be tween me and one of my best friends He said good it was a sign that the Middle East nations f e el the burden of r e s p onsibility Frederick B Shaffer had contin ued a criminal case in which the woman was charged with assault With a legal solution to the edujing her fatherinlaw with intent cation dilemma apparently a long way off there was increasing un rest among parents and students affected by the school closing Gpv Orval Faubus who closed four Little Rock schools to stave off integration moved up the date of a special integration vote Oct 7 to Sept 27 which to commit murder Because of the insanity finding action will be heldup on the criminal charge indefinitely although the charge will not be dropped The fatherinlaw Thomas Frame 89 was still in satisfac tory condition at Park Hospital Mrs Frame admitted stabbing him in the back with a butcher knife Monday afternoon at their home Against Rail Strike CHICAGO ffi An injunction forbidding the Order of Railroad Telegraphers to strike against the Chicago North Western Rail way has been reinstated by US District Judge Joseph Sam Perry The judge once before had is sued an injunction and1 then re voked it But he it Tuesday after therailroad filed notice appeal to the US Court of Appeals Theunion also is ap pealing the first in juncton The dispute involves layoff of 123 un ion members in Iowa and South Dakota Four Bodies Plucked From Railroad Car BAYONNE N J third coach of a Jersey Central Rail road train that plungedinto New ark Bay was recovered from the water here Wednesday The bodies of three men and a woman were taken from the tothe extent that we welcome coach while divers vigorous competition for the sake other bodies floating nearby Re nese talks in Warsaw in which a settlement of Formosa Strait ten sion is being sought The Foreign Affairs and Na tional Defense committees of the Control Yuan highest Nationalist supervisory body came out with a resolution opposing the talks 7 Believed Dead 8 Burned in Crash of Jet Bomber SOUTHST PAULMinn member LND Wells a Team sters lawyer went along with Hoffas convention plan and said the monitors were exceeding their authority in trying to stop it Work Resumed at Rock Island Plant ROCK ISLAND ill W Work resumed at the Farmall Works of the International Harvester Co Tuesday after a fourday strike The strike ended after the com pany and the United Auto Work ers Union agreed to attempt to settle the dispute which hac brought production to a virtua standstill The walkout started in the sheet ni e t a 1 department arents conferred into the morn ng hours trying for a method of ducating their children Two chools in that city were to have ipened on a desegregated basis Monday but state officials have ordered that they remain closed as long as the federal integration order is in effect In another development at Little Rock 50 Presbyterian ministers and eldersissued an angry denial of Faubus inference that the local Presbytery had been influenced ay leftwingers communists and mtegrationists The church group also adopted a resolution asking Faubus to remand his school closi ing order and refrain from closing Va to begin tne sanity hear A B52 jet bomber on atraining ing was begun Tuesday by Mrs mission crashed in flames on a Frames husband The formal criminal charge was filed Wed nesday morning The woman was to be taken to Independence by officers of the sheriffs office later Wednesday Members of the insane com mission are Dr Van Hunt phy sician Daniel H Fitzpatrick at torney and Stanley HvMacPeak clerk of the District Court Dr Robert M Powell took oart in Wednesdays hearing as examin ing physician and Ted Enabnit of peace and for the sake of servr ice with one another THE REAL FIREWORKS are expected to start when the As semblys Steering Committee will debate whether to put the issue of admitting Communist China on the agenda Thiswill open up a general de bate that will inevitably include referenceto the critical situation over the offshore islands held by Nationalist China in the Formosa Strait But the United States which says it is determined to prevent Communist China from shooting its way into the UN is confi dent it will succeed again in post poning for another year any con sideration of Peipings represen tation covery of the sixbodies trough the death toll to 27 The railroa estimates the final toll may g as high as 40 crats Since they already have lost on eat in Maine the GOP cam laighers would have toholdth remammgJJO they have atstak and gain two others to be in position to control the new Senate n such circumstances they could o this with Vice President Nix ns tiebreaking vote DemocratsoutnumberedRepub icans 4947 before GOP Sen rederick G Payne was beaten n Maine Republican hopes of defeating rest in uniting party trength behind Roland J Steinle heir nominee in a state that or dinarily is counted in the GOP column The Republicans have been perked up somewhat by can Carl Stellato president of 50000man Ford Local 600 big gest inthe UAW left the bar gaining table shortly before tne strike deadline At the huge Rouge plant he told some 6000 workers the strike is on vasses elsewhere These indicate o them that some of the seats hey now hold may not be in as much danger as they believed down in Maine Privately Republican lieuten ants say they regard only six GOP seats as certainly those in Nebraska Ohio North Dakota Delaware Wyoming and Vermont They are only a little less certain however about Utah and Nevada They are frankly worried about Indiana and Michi gan farm Tuesday night The copilot parachuted to safety Seven other crew members were missing arid presumed dead The giant plane based at Loring Air Force Base Limestone Maine missed the densely popu lated MinneapolisSt Paul metro politan district by three miles and an oil refinery by a similar distance Exploding fuel tanks of plane set fire to the house barn and outbuildings on the August A few hours before the dele gates met in the vast blueand gold Assembly Hall Soviet For eign Minister Andrei Gromyko put in a formal proposal that the Assembly act at once to end atomic and hydrogen tests He accused the United States of lay ing down impossible conditions in meeting previous Soviet offers to end testing of nuclear weap ons thcj The United States reacted any other Arkansas schools TYPHOON HITS was attorney for Mrs Frame jKahl farm three miles south of here Eight members of the Kahl FIRE DAMAGE family were hospitalized with KEOKUK Wednesburns three inserious condition iday damaged the interior of the The plane was on a practice whereworkers complained abou TOKYO Ellen temporary pay rates The strike wis not authorized by the union bore down on the main Japanese island of Honshu Wednesday Crystal Lunch Room here and four persons living in apartments bombing mission to Minneapolis Capt Jack Douglas Craft 29 sharply accusing the Soviet Un ion of apparent bad faith and at tempting to negotiate by propa ganda IOWAN INJURED WATERLOO An derson 26 Sioux City was in above the restaurant had to beiwho parachuted to safety said the rescued by ladders when fkunesjplane come apart in Throughout the vast Ford em pire walkouts began fronvriud night on affected as the deadline timemoved westward across tin time zones Some 100000 union emploVes at 96 plants were af fected Stellato said the company had proposed a settlement of the ret roactive pay issue one of the ma jorpoints at issue in the long ne gotiations by offering to make its contract effective as of July 1 Ford workers had been without a contract since the old pact Tan out Junel and the union had de manded that any new agreement be retroactive to that date STELLATO ALSOSAID Ford had increase its basic pensions from to 35 for each year of service It also of fered to continue the annual im provement factor which gives workers six cents an hour or 2i4 per cent of their hourly wage whichever is greater The improvement factor is re lated to technological advances due to automation and other de velopments Stellato said another unsolved issue is plantwide seniority This is the setup under which the union maintains that a man employed1 as a sweeper in one department ofa factory should have seniority in another department in the same factory if his own deparl memVis abolished Some 7300 Ford workers in scattered plants across1 the coun try stayed off the job Tuesday andTuesday night The wildcat strikes hit plants in Buffalo Stv Paul andChicago Negotiations were in recess at General Motors and Chrysler Talks there will resume this after noon with both sides obviously awaiting the outcome of the Ford talks Some 515 union workers walked off the job at the Ford Motor implement plant and two parts depots Monies when the United Auto Workers strike dead line passed Production was halted at all three plants AP Photofax DRESS UP CAMPAIGN Taking a cue from Daven ports new parochial school which ordered dress suits or sport coats for all boys the public schools there now lowslung jeans and those without belts are taboo serious condition here Wednesday 10wsiung jeans ana tnose witnout oeres an from injuries suffered in an ac Ken Carman with suspcrdcra and Jim cut off their escape I the from injuries suffered in an ac cident Tuesday while working on i a conveyor belt I pw properly belted offer an object lesson to Den nis Ashby who illustrates the old sloppy look SAME While 21 v   

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