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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 18, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for th LO BE t H I NIWSPAPER T H A T M A K I A L L NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS 1 HOME EDITION VOL M AuociaUd United lateruUoul Full UMC Te cw MASONCJTY IOWA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 18 This Paper Consists ot Four Ml U N Hears Dulles Ask Immediate CeaseFire WHAT A LARGE NOSE YOU HAVE Lt Gen Arthur Trudeau chief of the Armys research and development ex hibits a Jupiter missile nose cone the size of an auto at an American Rocket SO AP Photofix ciety meeting in Detroit The cone scar red and seared by a 1500mile through outer space and recovered intact from the Atlantic was unveiled publicly for the first time Action Initiated Little Rock Group Meets LITTLE ROCK Ark wi Of a private corporation established to take over Little Rocks closed high s c h o o 1 s planned an organizational meet ing Thursday amid predictions from Negro leaders that the plan cannot stop integration Mrs Gordon P Gates one or ganizer of the newly incorporated Little Rock Private SchoolCorp said the schools will be segregated if the firm operates them However L C Bates president qf the Arkansas branch of the National Assn for the Ad vancement of Colored People de clared When the schools open beat under public guid ance Negro children will be its Up to The Weather Quiz Hoffa WASHINGTON can sources said Thursday they expect Presidential Assistant Sherman Adams to resign shortly on the basis of word from Presi dent Eisenhower putting it iquarely up to Adams whether he or goes The expectation is that the em battled Adams under fire for his gifttaking relations with Boston Millionaire textile tycoon Bernard Goldfine will quit by this week end M i o n City Possible showers Thursday night warmer low in 50siAfew showerscoolerFri day highs upper 60s to low 70s Iowa Partly cloudy Thursday night and Friday with a few scattered thundershowers northwest Thursday night and in east and south Friday Warmer Thursday night low 5462 Cooler Friday Minnesota Showers warmer Cooler Friday high around 70 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Thursday Maximum 66 Minimum 44 At 8 am 52 Address Opens Session Mild Tone Reflected UNITED NATIONSN Y Secretary of State Dulles declared Thursday the Chinese Commu nist campaign against Formosa poses a grave threat with omi nous implications He called for a prompt ceasefire v Dulles made his comment in a major policy address before the UN General Assembly as that 81 nation body opened general debate in its 13th regular session He expressed hope the talks now in progress in Warsaw between US and Chinese Communist am bassadors would end the current crisis but reserved the right to on INFORMED SOURCES said Adams received direct wordfrom the vacationing President this week that it is entirely up to Adams whether he should re s i gn These sources said the President and his aides are de termined to do nothing th a t could be inter preted by Mr ADAMS Adams as pressure on him to quit These same sources noted that the Presidents current attitude is something less than the vote of confidence he gave Adams sev eral months ago when he said 1 need him At the same time GOP infor mants said that when Adams goes the likelihood is that Eisen hower will not name a single suc cessor to his chief of staff but rather will spread Adams duties among several White House staff members MANY REPUBLICANS feel that Adams usefulness to the ad ministration was doomed by the Democratic sweep in the Sept 8 Maine elections Although the Adams case was not an open is sue in the Maine campaign a number of top Republicans be lieve that the GOP cause has been h u r t by his retention and that he must go before the No vember congressional elections At Newport Wednesday Presi dent Eisenhower talked with his embattled aide by phone for the YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 76 49 U Sv Chinese Negotiators in 2Hour Session in Iowa WASHINGTON UPI Team ster President James R Hoffa returned before the Senate Rack ets Committee Thursday and promptly ran into questioning about his dealings with firms in Des Moines and Omaha The dapper little labor leader who bristled at questions late Wednesday was responsive but not particularly enlightening in his answers at the outset Thurs day Counsel Robert FKennedy of the Senate Labor Rackets Com mittee started questioning him about his dealings with Lew Far rel a former Des Moines beer distributor and with Midwest Bur lap and Bag Co Omaha HOFFA SAID he dealt with WARSAW Poland and Farrel Q connection with the latters former beer distribu there Little Rocks four high includinga Negro school are closed under a proclamation is sued by Gov Orval E Faubus in a move to prevent integration SEGREGA T 1 ON IS TS have looked to city schools as one maneuver to avoid Supreme Court rulings that pub lic school segregationis uncon stitutional The Justice Department in Washington had no immediate comment Butits attorneys are known to feel that a transfer of public schools to private opera tion can be successfully chal lenged in the courts if continued use of public tax money is in volved and if it canbe shown that the conversion is only a de vice to avoid Supreme Court rul ings School Superintendent Virgil T Blossom announced that three television stations will broadcast four hours of lessons a day for Little Rocks 3480 high school students The televised classes PALS TO PART Tina Marie Antonuc AP Photocax brinS the lfailure problem to the UN if aPPeared headed for ci 3 Nashville Tennv gets a goodbye hug fairs Immediately after the party Tina DULLESCHARGED that the from Candy the chimp at a party for the Marie and her mother left for St Louis Chinese Communist regime is now little girl Candy is the starofa chimpan for treatment of a malignancy in the tot ff to exted lt author zee act run by the Antonuccis at state which doctors fear may be cancerous lltyto offsbore lslands bv tha New Ford Contract Sets Pace tor Auto Industry DETROIT MVThe Ford Motor Co looked hopefully forward Thursday to a period of labor peace based on a new threeyear agreement with the United Auto Workers Union The pact is ex pected to set a pattern for the en tire auto industry Ford and the UAW announced a settlement of their differences Wednesday several hours after some 98000 workers walked off their jobs in Ford plants across the nation The strike remained Chihese Communist ambassadors met for two hours Thursday to continue probing their countries plans in the Formosa Strait sit torship Farrell although as an he regarded acquaintance1 uation The two diplomats left their conference as tightlipped as they had arrived but the unusual length of their first two sessions created the impression the nego tiators were getting down to brass tacks They plan to meet again Sunday Shortly before US Ambassa dor Jacob Beam and Wang Ping nan the Red Chinese ambassa dor conferred for the second time on easing Far East tension Petping radio broadcast a refusal lo agree to a ceasefire in the with whom he talked informally on the telephone from time to time Hoffa said he sometimes called Farrell to find out what was go ing on in Iowa He said he felt Farrell was in a good position to know but he did not elaborate will be mainly in English mathe matics history and science Blossom said the courses will be given on the honor system and it will be determined later er students can get credit for them In Virginia meanwhile the closure of public schools under massive resistance ened Norfolk as a federal judge granted a motion that vould al low the school board to assign 17 Negroes to white schools on this Hoffa said wrong in a he saw nothing Hoffa controlled Teamster local in Nebraska cross ing over into Iowa to sign an agreement with a company the textile workers were trying to or ganize The committee identified the ixi ngicc iu a teasciiie 111 Hie I i VT offshore islands as long as the of talks go on There is no question of a ceasefire since China and the United States are not at war said an article in the official Peiping Peoples Daily broadcast by the Communist radio The Chinese people have waged a struggle to liberate the whole of their territories for the past 11 years The present mili tary action of the Chinese people and the company as the Midwest Burlap and Bag Co IT SAID the textile workers union notified the company in De cember 1956 that it represented a majority of its employes The jnext month it said the company signed a written contract with Local 10 and dated it all the way back to September 1951 The committee also read IF THE NEGROES are as signed six schools with an enroll ment of some 10000 pupils appar ently will not open as scheduled Monday 1 One s c h o o County Highat Front Royal with an en rollment of about has been closed under the states antiintegration laws Lane High and Venable Elementary in Char jlotlesviUe with a combined en rollment of 1700 also face the threat of slate closure Monday Redstone in 33rd Successful Test CAPE CANAVERAL W Another successful space test has seen logged by the Armys re liable Redstone the nations only operational ballistic missile The 63foot Redstone which re portedly twice exploded nuclear warheads in the Pacific recently roared aloft from the Cape Wed n effect at some plants includ ng the one at Des Moines pend ng agreement on localproblems With the Ford contract tucked in his pocket UAW President Wal er Reuther said he will now turn lis attention to General Motors and Chrysler He undoubtedly will ask for similar contract gains from the two firms Terms of the Ford pact which must still be ratified and ap iroved by UAW locals bring an pproximate 10 cents hourly pay aoost for all workers plus extra ringe benefits Thenewaverage hourly rate is estimated at about S25Z REUTHER INDICATED he was optimistic over the chances of a settlement with the other two members of the industrys big orange nesday with a flash of flame The Army announced i was the 33rd successful Redstone launching in 36 tries since the missile first was fired in 1953 the most sensational record o any ballistic missile to date The versatile Redstone provided the first stage power for the Jupi terC to push three Explorer sat TWANGGG MOUNT CLEMENS Mich If Dukes 25 dislocated a vertebrae Thursday while show ing his 6y e a rold daughter Gail how to swing a hula hoop Hes in the hospital here Booster Polio Shots for ipwans Urged DES MOINES who had their original three shots o polio vaccine two years ago or more were advised Thursday tc ellites into orbit and now is being hoU considered as a launching for a maninspace pcogram form of protection is necessary slat Ihi against the Chiang Kai shek statement by Sam Turk head of the Polk County Iowa labor Nationalist Sabres Fight Off Red Chinese Migs More Supplies Taken to Quemoy s TAIPEI Formosa Wl Chi nese Nationalist Sabre Jets foTight a battle with Communist Chinese MIGS and altacked Red torpedo boats Thursday in the Qaemoy area the Nation in which Republican Sen Frederick G Payne another friend Goldfines suffered de feat in a bid for reelection FIELDS DIES tension a 11 s t Defense Ministry an nounced A spokesman said he could not confirm a report that three troops entrenched in Quemoy jsicouncii in which he denounced a continuation of that slmggleKhe invasion by Nebraska rected by elements injurious to labor which were only inter TYPHOON TOLL ested in hiding behind labor for cJaToi TOKYO personsnonunion purposes j on Formosa were reported dead 42 missing Chairman John L McCieilani were shot down We dont know and 108 injured as Typhoon said backdating of thei how many The Nationalist spokesman said the air battle took place as a Nationalist convoy was re turning to base from delivering supplies lo besieged Quemoy Sabre Jets swooned down on iijunu ijpnuuii oacKaaung 01 inei now many MIAMI Fla Ficldsjlashed Tokyo and eastern contract gives rise to The governmentowned Cen 89 one of the countrys leadingjsped out toward the suspicion that this contract tral Daily News later issued an jazz musicians died Wednesday Ocean then headed back Thursjwas negotiated to keep the work extra edition claiming five Police said he took an overdose flf rr TMC yuLdn uivii iiLnuvu negoiiaieci to xeep tne work extra edition cla day toward the northern islandjers from joining the union ofl MIGlTs were shot ol Hokkaido with rfmcnvpH fury choice i fjaht down in the which were attacking the ship convoy and possibly one tor pedo boat was sunk So far the Chinese Cuiiimu nists have made no attempt to attack Nationalist C46 cargo planes parachuting supplies lo Little Quemoy Island Two more drops were made without incident Wednesday the Na tionalist Defense Ministry said American fighters flew high T IUB LILUail Uli Little Quemoy while the drops were made ready lo swoop down on any Communist MIG fighlcrs that might attack the cargo planes a US spokes man said The US jets did not fly directly over the outpost is lands in order to avoid pro vocative action the spokes man added He called the American planes far superior to the MIGs which Red China has concentrated on mainland air fields in the Quemoy area The Nationalist air force presently has available for combat only US planes of older types three but he made it clear the union would not hesitate to set a strike deadline if such action be comes necessary Talks at GM and Chrysler re sume Thursday y A note ofoptimism came also from GM Vice President Louis G eaton who commented on the ord settlement I would like to congratulate oth parties for arriving at an ac ord r know it took alot of hard ork I see no reason why with ard work and sincerity of pur ose around thebargaining table lat at GM too our peoplecan ot look forward to a longperiod f labor peace and stability JOHN BUGAS Ford vice presi entwho directed negotiations for speak at the he company said he believed noon session will be delighted with the sttlement and added It is a solid contract Our set ement with the UAW is not an xcessive package In the package were included an ight cent basic hourly wage in rease for some skilled workers eparation pay of up to in Teased retirement benefits im provements in hospitalization sur gical and group insurance cover age provisions for night shift dif erential Saturday overtime and ury duty pay BUGAS SAID it was up to the Ford board to decide whether the settlement would be reflected in higher car prices The settlement came after 30 hours of around the clock bar jaining and after 93 days of con ract talks between the UAW and the big three The contract gave unexpectedly generous improvements in sup plemental unemployment benefits and pensions Reuther indicated it was these provisions which caused him to overthrow a UAW convention mandate which banned agreements covering more than two years W bUX A use of naked force The issue is thusa simple one Armed cohquestyhVsaid He said the current actions of the JPeiprngVgWernment4 demon strate again that Red China is not phrase used in the UN charter in defining re quirements for membership in the world organization Dulles spoke a few hours before the Assemblys Steering Commit tee was to consider whether the UN shoulddebate the question of seating Red China The com mitteewas expected to reject an Indian proposalfor such a debate seek a prompt ceasefire and equitable conditions which will eliminate provocations and ieave for peacefulresolution the different claims and counter claims that are involved Dulles said of the Warsaw talks IFIT the bilat eral talks between ambassadprs are not going to succeed the United States reserves the right o bring this matter to the United Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei A Gromyko was expected to speak at the Assemblys arter icn session On other world problems Dulles made these points Hungary and United Nations cannot let itself be discouraged by the refusal of the Soviet Union to end the bru tal suppression of the Hungarian people and by its refusal to help reunify Germany Middle United States is somewhat but not wholly re assured by the recent course of events in the Middle East It is going ahead however with the withdrawal of another contingent of US forces from Lebanon Fur there the United States will dis cuss with the new government of Presidentelect Fuad Chehab a specific schedule for early with dfawal of other US forces as soon as Chehab takes office next week PROPAGANDA T h e United States hopes the Assembly will consider the possibility of estab lishing a monitoring system to re port on inflammatory broadcasts in the Middle East This was one of President Eisenhowers pro posals placed before the recent emergency session of the Assem bly but not acted upon Peace was another Eisenhower proposal but Dulles speiied it out more in detail He suggested that the force would ob serve and patrol but would not be equipped for combat Its per sonnel would come from small countries and it would be di rected by a small planning staff within the UN secretariat Dulles speech was unusually mild He concluded however by call ing the Soviet Union and some SAME irn dtth 1n unidentified countries to 1 M jiasK tor uoirung UN decision t i i i i   

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