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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 23, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited tor to ITY GLOBEGAZETTE THAT M A K I S A L L N 0 R T H I 0 W A N S N E I G H I OR S HOME EDITION 94 Prtu UoiUd Inttnutionil Full LCIM 7ccopy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER M Thli Paper ConiisU of Two OM No Iff Chiang Felt in Confab US Aerial Aid Wanted TAIPEI Formosa r e s i dent and Adm Harry DFelt discussed the For mosa Slrait crisis the Communist threat to the offshore islands went into a secondtense month The President of Nationalist China and the commander in chief of US forces in the Pacific were believed tobave considered ways of getting more supplies to the besieged Quemoys Continuing strong Nationalist demands for US support in aerial attacks on the mainland gun positions presumably were voiced at the three hour meeting American officers have re strained such action forfear of spreading the vest pocket war The Nationalists said another supply convoy got through to Que moy and more supplies were parachuted to Little Quemoy With the Communist bombard ment continuing however the supply situation on the little is lands remainedtight THE DEFENSE MINISTRY said theCommunists hurled 583i shells at the islandsin the last six hours Monday the last day of a full months bombardment Since Aug 23 about 325000 have been lired the Nationalists estimated The Nationalists have reported 280 military casualties among the 100000 soldiers on the Quemoys plus 63 civilians killed and 159 wounded by shells The Defense Ministry claims 14 Communist MIG jet fighters shot down plus 3 probables without the loss of a Nationalist jet and 7 Communist gunboats 11 torpedo boats and 8 motorized junks sunk at the 3 Nationalist land irg Chehab Becomes i President But No End to Tension Ikes Task Choo Adams Successor AP Photofax STILL LOVES HER James C Hamm San Rafael Calif used this gimmick in an attempt to win back the love of his wife Ruth who is initiating a divorce action Hamm whom Ruth called Sir Lancelot when they were courting 20 years ago and Ruth whom he called Gwenivere thats the way he spells have two children His tactics failed however since Mrs Hamm still plans legal proceedings charging cruelty THE FIGURES were reviewed here as Adm Felt met with Chiang in the Presidents Taipei headquarters Since the Admirals arrivalon Formosa Saturday for a fiveday visit he has conferred with the ranking U S officers here and with Nationalist military leaders The big problem immediately facing these officers presumably was the supply situation Nation alist ability to run UIR Red artil lery blockade nine days in a row still has not resulted in sufficient deliveries to the islands The most pressing need is for medical supplies Some were par achuted to big Quemoy Sunday inthe first airdrop to that island Doctors reported that a high per centage of wounded were dying for lack of refrigeration for drugs or a blood bank Former President of ISC Dies LA GRANGE 111 M Hughes 85 former president of Iowa State College and Miami University at Oxford Ohio died in a suburban La Grange nursing home Monday Hughes a native of Atlantic Iowa and the son of a Presby terian minister had left Ames recently and had been living at the La Grange home Hughes resigned as president of Miami in 1927 to take over the presidency of Iowa State College He retired in 1936 but with his wife Helen maintained an apart ment on the Ames campus until last winter when he entered the convalescent home Crash at Iowa City Takes Second Life IOWA CITY Eliza bcth Kirk 75 Iowa City died here Monday night and became the second victim of a tragic two car collision nine miles south of here Her husband Carl 76 died shortly after the accident Sunday night The pair were the 13th and 14th traffic victims in Johnson County this year The Weather Mason City Rain Tuesday night low in lower 60s Chance of showers Wednesday high up 60s to low 70s Iowa Partly cloudy with strong southerly winds 2535 mph Tuesday high in 80s Mostly cloudy Tuesday night showers west slightly warijier east in 60s Wednesday showersam thunderstorms cooler Minnesota Showers cooler High Wednesday in 70s weather data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 81 65 68 Trace 66 40 Fall Arrives on Summery Note It was the first day of fall i Iowa Tuesday but the weathe still had a summer flavor The Weather Bureau said th days temperatures were in muc the same pattern as Monda when highs ranged from 76 a Dubuque to 88 at Sioux City Ma son City had 81 Tuesdays early morning low were all in the 60s and range from an even 60 degrees at Du buque to 69 at Spencer MRS KNOX DIES MIAMI Fla A Annie Reid Knox 82 widow of former Sec retary of Navy Frank Knox died Monday Leland Man Found Dead in His Car FOREST car contain ng the body of DuaneHerbert Jansbn 22 Leland was discov red in a ditch on Highway 69 hree miles north of here about 9 m Tuesday Children in a school bus told the driver they thought they had seen a car in the ditch After deliv ring the youngsters to school the river Bob Eide Leland went sack to investigate Authorities said Hanson had ap arently lost control of his car as le came over the rise of a hill sometime during the night The ar left the road plunged down he steep side of the ditch and hit a tree According to officials Hanson had been dead several hours His skull was fractured Hanson was the son of Mr and Mrs Herb Hanson Leland He work on their farm and was un married Funeral rites are pending at the Hanson Funeral Home City From our Wlrt Service BEIRUT Gen Fuad Chehab was sworn in Tue day as the third president of in dependent Lebanon and immedi ately pledged the withdrawal of American troops Chehab was elected by nearly all factions of Parliament July 31 as a compromise choice to end the political tension which erupted into open rebellion more than four months ago American Marines and Army troops began arriving here July 15 in response to the call of Che tiabs predecessor President Ca mille Chamoun who charged that Gamal Abdel Nassers United Arab Republic was attempting to overthrowCHamouns proWest ern regime SHOOTING AGAIN broke out in Beirut Monday night on the eve of the inauguration and ten sion again climbed after a lull since Chehabs election A curfew around the clock was in force The tension was generated last week by the disappearance of a rightwing columnist who is be lieved to have been kidnaped and killed by the rebels A rightwing private army called the Pha lange retaliated by kidnaping a number of rebel hostages All U S military leaves were cancelled and American tanks were respotted to cover loyalist as well as rebel strongholds Gen Chehab the former army chief of staff spoke to a special session of the Lebanese Parlia ment He said his government will attempt to remove the ten sion between Lebanon and some of its ABOUT 8000 troops of the U S 24th Infantry Division from Germany and about 1700 Ma rines are still here of the original forceof nearly 15000 men Three Marine battalions already have pulled out as a result of agree ment between the United States on the one hand and Chamoun and Chehab on other Secretary of State Dulles has said the United States would con sult with the new President on the questioTi of withdrawing the remaining forces A lifelong military man who trained at Frances St Cyr mili tary school Chehab is a Chris tian Under the constitution of this halfChristian halfMoslem country the President must al ways be a Christian while his Premier must be a Moslem The inauguration of Chehab for mally ended the tenure of Cha moun whose hope of winning a at the second term was a major issue in Forest the revolt that has been smolder ing here since May Deputy QNE MAY SUCCEED four men are beiljg mentioned most often as possible successors to presi dential aide Sherman Adams Left to right are Gen Alfred Gruenther Amer ican Red Cross president arid former AP Photofax Army deputy to Eisenhower Leonard Hall former GOP national chairman Howard Pyle now a presidential assist ant and Dr Ikesspeech writer Transfers From Little Rock i c i i iqn Schools Growing Daily LITTLE ROCK Ark UPI SchoolSupt Virgil Blossom said Tuesday transfers from Little Rocks closed High schools are becoming a significantnum ber He reported Central High School has lost 102 students Hall 17i HoraceMann Negro School RED SHIP GETS PERMIT WASHINGTON UPI The United States Tuesday authorized a Russian oceanographic survey vessel the Vityaz to put in at San Franciscb and Honolulu to refuel take on food and water and give its crew shore leave Mary Roberts Rinehart Mystery Writer Dies NEW Roberts Rinehart bestselling author of mysteries and novels for 50 years is dead at 82 She died in her sleep Monday night in her Park Avenue apart menl There until writers cramp afflicted her two years ago she applied her pen every morning to 3ne of the most successful careers m the history of publishing From her pen flowed 60 full length novels hundreds of short stories verse and following success like chapters in a book Estimates on the number of copies of her books sold range over 11 million A publisher once figured that her millions of read South Governors in Conflict on Integration Stand LEXINGTON Ky Wi South ern governors were confronted Tuesday with confusion and con flict over a positive stand for the record on integrating schools At least two governors have said they will introduce opposing resolutions for consideration at their annual conference A formal expression on integra tion emerged as an issue when Republican Gov Theodore R Me Keldin of Maryland proposed a resolution which in effect would put Dixte governors on record as favoring it Georgias Democratic Gov MARY ROBERTS RINEHART the ers paid some 27 million dollars to some 800000 copies over read her works and see her plays years It is still in print She tempered the murders of Her husband Dr Stanley Rine hcr mysteries with love and hulhart died in 1932 Marvin Griffin came back with a proposal urging the conference to protect the government of the several states against all federal encroachment There was no indication when and if these resolutions actually would come up for a vote of the 14 governors attending the con ference But one of them Gov A B Chandler of Kentucky fore saw no chance of a majority agreeing one way or the other on integration MRS STANWOOD DIES Former Britt Editor R R Roberts Dies a y R Roberts 73 former editor and publisher of the Britt NewsTribune died at his home in Cookville Tenn Monday night Born Jan 13 1885 at Irving Iowa he was the son of Jesse 0 and Laura Loutzenheiser Rob erts He was married July 14 1909 to Marjory Earhart at Osage FOLLOWING HIS MARRIAGE he was an assistant cashier in the Farmers National Bank Osage until 1914 when he became a partner with his brother Lewis G Roberts in the Britt newspaper From 1917 to 1919 he was the edi tor of the Scribner Rustler Scrib ner Neb He returned to Britt in 1919 and edited and published the newsTribune until his retirement in 1954 Surviving are his wife a daugh ter Mrs Jesse Marian Judd Murfreesboro Tenn two grand daughters Marilyn and Linda Judd two brothers Lewis G Britt and Mark Osage and a sister Mrs F J Edith Craig Hartwick V A MEMBER OF tht Congrega tional Church here he had served many years on its board He was a member of the Masonic Darius Lodge 431 Britt a member of the Britt school board nine years and also belonged to the Iowa Press Assn and the National Edi torial Assn He was a past secre tary of the Britt Commercial Club Funeral services will be Friday at 2 pm at the First Congrega tional Church precededby a prayer service at the Boughton Funeral Home The Rev W R Thomas will officiate Masonic rites will be conducted at the graveside in Evergreen Ceme tery Preceding him in death were several brothers and sisters 3 LitUe Rock Tech 1 The total1 of 280 is70 more than last Fri day A total of 3480 students are enrolled in all of Little Rocks high schools so the total of trans fers is approaching 10 per cent Blossom said most of the trans ferred students are with relatives and friends and going to other public schools The tui tion they pay runs around a year he said THREE COMMERCIAL televi sion stations are broadcasting a total of six hours of instruction live and 3480 students in the 10th llth and 12th grades At 7 am the program on SHOE HORN NAPLES Italy W Former King Farouk of Egypt has a stunning new American sport he isnt driving iti The car arrived here from the United States a few day ago Ever since rt has been sitting in a garage The possible reason The Ita ian news agency ANSA report ed Tuesday that portly Farou found he didnt have enoug room in its streamlined driver seat Channel 11 is llth grade Ameri Gruehthers Name Heard WASHINGTON Sherriiaa Adams is getting out but the po litical shooting over the assistant to the President isgoing right on That was apparent Tuesday in the wake of Monday tional broadcast in which Presi dent Eisenhowers No 1 aide in sisted I have done no wrong but announced he is leaving his post in consideration of the ef fect of my continuing presence on the public scene There was no immediate indi cation who might get tapped to ill Adams influential and pow erful position The name most mentioned was Gen A 1 f red Jruenther president of the Airier can Red Cross and Eisenhowers deputy during World War II an History enton and with Miss Emily the program on Channel 4 is senior trigonometry vith Miss Christine Poindexter Tenthgrade students catch the late show Their school starts at 9 am on Channel with Mrs aprace H Tayloe and Mrs Doug las Wells JrHandling Eng ish lessons Sandra Deans mother routs ler out of bed to look at llth rade history Sandra is 16 and a blonde I THINK its a good idea but mother like the situation a bit and if school doesnt open next week shes goingto enroll me at Trinity Cathedral Sandra said Although television has never been put to such a mass educa tional test before Blossom ex plained that the project was no attempt to substitute for or re place the regular educational program but merely something to fill in the vacuum The television school offers les sons in mathematics history English chemistry and biology No Negroes are teaching It was the time most of the 700 Negro students in Little Rock had ever been teacher ADAMS JOB pays a year Gruenther now receives a year as head of the Red Cross Eisenhower returned Monday from a 25day vacation at New port RI It was sbelieved he would get to quickly oa choosing a and radio networks granted free to Democratic National Chairman Paul Butler to give the other side of the Adams case Butler was to spealc at pm CST Tuesday Most Republicans endeavored to dismiss the whole matter of Adams relations with Boston textile magnateBernard Goldfihe as one cleared up exit and to present Adams him self as a victim oft smears But Democrats kept right on talking about corruption They gave every sign they will keep right on reminding the voters of costly favors Adams accepted from his old friend Goldfine at a taught by a white to Relatives and Friends of Kinneys What a Says Goldfine of Adams BOSTON of Ber The will of Mrs W D Ida Kinney 89 who died here Thurs day bequeaths 5431000 to dis tant relatives and friends It also sets up a charitable foundation which is to receive the balance of the Kinney estate The will was filed in the county clerks office Monday Mrs Kinney was widow of the late Dr W D Kinney owner of the Wheelerwood ranch in north west Cerro Gordo County as well as extensive farm holdings in Iowa and Canada and southwest oil lands All property and estate hold ings which Mrs Kinney did not designate to any other specific purpose was bequeathed to the Kinney Lindstrom Foundation Inc This is a nonprofit corpora tion organized in Mason City for charitable purposes THE TRUSTEES are Marie Oclkers executrix of the will George E Ludeman attorney and E W Clark former presi dent of United Home Bank The amount of funds available for this foundation and when they or the maintenance of the ceme erywhere she and lier husband re buried to Andrew Eu gene1 Bells a nephew to Mrs Marion V Klenk Chicago a niece and to each of Mrs Klenks four children Vir inia Cheslow Ida Klenk Beau op Betsy Jean Klenk andWil iam David Klenk MRS KINNEY also willed MO to Minnie P Mauritz a friend n Muscatine to Ida L Kinney a cousin to Mrs will be dispersed has not yet been determined Ludeman said The will empowers Marie Oel nard Goldfine quoted the textile kers to take charge of all farm industrialist as saying whata lands and manage them asshe Clinton S time when the presidential aide was making or instigating inquir ies to federal regulatory agencies about cases involving Goldfine AND EVEN SOME Republicans expressed the view that Adams departure took so long it wont do them much good at the polls in November Examples Meade Alcorn Republican na tional is tragic and ominous that an honest man can be smeared into leaving public office Vice President dedi cated public servant Sen Wayne Morse DOre Eisenhower been grossly derelict by not removing Adams long before this Sen Thruston B Morton R that the damage 13 done I am not sure there is mucH gain for the country or for the party EISENHOWER accepted Adams Josephine Olson a cousin o Otto and Myrtle Bernstein to Maud Ely Smithland a cousin of W D Kinney to Edith Hallett Vineta sister of W D Kinney each to Merlyn and Reginal Hallett sons of Edith Marwood and Wayne Hallclt son of Merlyn Hallett were willed each to be kept in trust for their education Melvin Eckhard received for services Kent Wallace and Joe Van Sickle Sr received each for services Five thousand dollars goes to Phoebe Walters James Curtis E H Bennett Edith Oster and Elyse Tash Sater Delia H Hill and Harvey W Hill receive BES MOKES when he heard Shermansees fit mor and helped the crime sloryj Mrs Rinehart underwent surj Stan wood 60 statechairman ofi Adams announce his resignation ilrs Kinney bequeathed 575000 jto come of age gory 15 times once for cancerithe womens division of the U night But there was no i to Union College of Lincoln Neb HOT iirSt bOOk Thp OirPnlarlSMrvivpr fnnr Knarf aftapkc hnnr nrntfram man in tnn Her first book The published in 1908 achieved a storybook success right off the presses and haj sold lfour heart attacks and against her doctors advice smoked a pack of cigarettes daily to the end of her life war bond program during World direct comment from the man War II died at her home here Monday after an illness of several months whose generosity led to the diffi culties that brought abou the Iresignation to the Iowa Conference of Seventh Adventists Des Moincs to Village Croek Seventh Day Adventist Church ikato Minn received and Neiil Garret t DCS Moines attor ney received The will slates that all inherit ances taxes will be paid from the residual estate resignation with sadness but the Presidents chagrin at Adams selfimposed fadeout obviously was not shared by Republican congressional candidates They mostly breathed sighs of relief Democrats made it clear Adams exit will not diminish their attack on what they call corruption within the Eisen hower administration Holding a manuscript loosely in his hands between slanting microphones Adams slowly and solemnly read his denial that he had ever influenced or attempt ed to influence any agency or any officer or any employe of any agency in any case decision or matter whatsoever Unmentioned in his simple forceful 750word statement was the name of Goldfine Nor was there any mention of Adams re neatod phone calls to agencies considering cases in volving Goldfines companies He said nothing either ibout his future plans   

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