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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 24, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited tot UM Wirci H I N E WS f A P I R THAT M A It It ALL NORTH I 0 W A N N E G M I 0 t S Te CITY IOWA WfDNBSDAY SEPTEMBER M HOME EDITION Thil Couijti o by Reds But Reduced UNITED NATIONS NY The United States succeeded Tuesday in getting the UnitedNations to sidetrack the question of Red Chinas member ship But the margin of victory was the lowest on record By a vote of 4428 the Sination General Assembly approved a U S proposal to postpone the issue for another year Nine nations abstained Last year the votewas 48for 27 against and six abstentions In approving the US proposal the Assembly rejected Indias re quest that the Assembly open full scale debate on Red Chinas rep resentation It a 1 so decided against considering any propos als for excluding the ChineseNa tionalists or to seat the represent atives of Peiping BY ITS VOTE tht Assembly tn dorsed the action of its powerful Steering Committee It approved the US proposal by a 127 vote last Friday This time the United States had the support of r slightly uver 54 per cent of the UNi members on the postponement move It compared with 716 perCent in 1954 70 per cent in 1955 arid a little over 59 percent in 1956 and 1957 The drop in 1956 and 1957 was due to the increase in the UN membership by 21 na tions including four Soviet bloc and six Asian nations Perhaps qrie of the most signifi cant developments in the Assem bly debate this year was the fact that the United States fought al most singlehandedly for its pro posal Almost aU the speakers in the debate Monday morn ing were from the nations either opposed1 to the United States stand or abstaining BRITAIN CANADA and Nw Zealand were the only speakers who favored the US position Those lining up against the United States on the final vote were Afghanistan Albania Bul garia Burma White Russia Cambodia Ceylon Czechbslo vakia Denmark Finland Ghana Hungary India Indonesia Iraq Ireland Morocco Nepal Norway Poland Romania Sudan Swe den Ukraine the Soviet Union United Arab Repubfic Yemen and Yugoslavia The abstainers were Austria Greece Iceland Israel Laos Nationalists Claim Big Air Victory Off China Butler AP Photofax OUT OF MY WAY Patty Su6GorierLouisville Ky in a hurry as Mary a pet lamb at a nurs ery school dashes her way The lamb is the latest gim mick in the schools efforts to bririg storybook tales true tolifer Rash of Crashes Bj THE ASSOCIATED FKESS Five more persons died in traf fie accidents on Iowa highways Tuesday and three lowans los their lives in a cartruck collision at Sauk Centre Minn Killed in the Minnesota crash were Thomas J Miller 70 and his 68yearold wife Blockton Hugh Saltzman 68 Mount Ayr Saltzmans wife was hospitalized with a fractured arm head cuts and possible internal injuries THE DEAD in Iowa accidents were Ed Kniefel 69 Youngstown Ariz Mrs Minn Mrs W G Krumphollz 55 San The Weather Mason C it y Thundershowers cooler Wednesday night lows mid to upper SOsi Chance of showers Thursday cooler high in mid to upper 60s owa Showers and cooler Wed nesday night low 5060i Thurs day partly cloudy and cooler Fiveday Temperatures will average from 3 to 6 de grees below normal for the pe riod Thursday through Monday cooler weattier of the period warmer Friday or Saturday and cooler againat the endof There will be the first part highs6872 Ann Kujawa Owatonna and normal lows 4549 Precipi tation will average onehalf to threequarters of an inch oc curring as showers early Thursday and again on Friday and Saturday Minnesota Intermittant showers cool High Thursday 70 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Wednesday Forced Out by GOP WASHINGTON National Chairman Paul M But ler asserted Tuesday night that Sherman Adams resigned as matter of political expediency and not on moral grounds Adams President Eisenhowers top aide told the nation in a dra matic radio and TV broadcast Monday night that although he was bowing out he did no wrong in accepting expensive favors Vfrom Bernard Goldfine a Bostbn industrialist Answering Adamsin a second nationwide broadcast Tuesday night Butler said his task was riot a pleasant one because no American enjoys talking about impropriety in public office EARLIER Republican National Chairman Meade de picted Adams as a guiltless man who voluntarily had become a martyr to unfair political Attacks made against him V The t w 6 national chairmen spoke out as reports that a the White House void causedby Ad am s decision to retire under fire i Charging that Adams did not relate the facts i in his televised talk Butler said Adams had de parted because he was a political liability tohis party in the im pending congressional campaign There was noDemocratic plot llMigs Formosa TherrChk nese Nationalists said v they shbt fighters Wednesday iri a gianyair battle over Strait nist with i3 tionalist jets m clash iyi3t repbrteduri IhemohthX old Quemoy crisis a f Nationalist Defense1 f Iri adiditiori jtp llvMIGs downed were Air returned safely from morn ing TH je entire Formosa Stfaitarea milesV south west to Swatow the spokesman aid V FORlViOSANSHONOR MIG CONQUER AP Everyone loves a flier and thats of Talpeiias the cityvhbnbred themforv particularly true oilFormosathese days recent victories over the Comrminist Nationalist USbuilt thewife of center Sabre Jets through streets list air force mteliijgence eported through r i afcf spokesman hi af Jni a Libya Fortugal Saudi and Tunisia Arabia According to the rules thedele gates were not supposed to get into the meat of the issue But the debate ranged wide and in cluded the Formosa crisis Soviet bloc speakers accused the United Stales of aggression in supporting the Chinese Na tionalists They appeared to pul more emphasis on the Far East Crisis than on the issue of Red Chinas representation Asian na tions stressed the view that UN action to consider Red Chinas Diego Calif Cletus Marvin Weber 25 Esth ervilie Duane Herbert Hanson 22 Leland The Minnesota accident oc curred at Sauk Centre when a car inwhich the Miller and Saltzman couples were riding was in a col lision with a truck at the inter section of Highways 51 and 72 The couples were on their way to Minn to visit rela tives KNIEFEL DIED late Tuesday of injuries suffered in a crash Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 77 64 73 18 61 41 to vilify Adams of lim Butler said to destroy in THE DEMOCRATIC chairman said the tragedy of Sherman Adams was that a man in whose hands the President had FKOM OUR WIRE SERVICES gatorsheardcharges Wednesday that Smathers D F 1 a and Maypr David Lawrence of Pittsburgh made vbehind the scenes con tacts with federal communica commissioners in a TV McConnaughey as the orhier FCC chairman previously nidentified who was said in tes monysTuesday to have received nd solicited bribe offers f or his ote in the Pittsburgh Channel 4 Iowa Farmer Convicted on Murder Count FORT DODGE P Donald J Klinger 39 Cailender farmer earlier convicted of second degree Kujawa was killed This accident murder Wednesday m the fatal UtI r l f f t v t membership would contribute to condition was an autotruck collision at the junction of Iowa 9 and 33 north of Sibley Kniefels wife tak en to a Sibley hospital in critical easing tension in the Far East Milwaukee Bishop Named by Pope for Chicago Assignment WASHINGTON Pope Pius XII has named Archbishop Albert G Meyer of Milwaukee to succeed the late Samuel Cardinal Stritch as archbishop of Chicago Mrs Krumpholtz was killed when a car driven by her husband hit the rear ofa panel truck on miles west Al Thorup U S 30 about four of GHdden Sheriff said the truck had slowed down for a farm tractor Weber an employe of the Gold en Sun Milling Co Estherville was killed when the truck he was driving skidded out of control on a gravel road southeast of Spirit Lake announced Wednesday 1 Hanson was found dead in his hotgun shooting of his father last May 31st A District Court jury which had a choice of five verdicts includ ng death deliberated more than nine hours before returning the second degree murder verdict at Wednesday Judge Paul E Hellwege set 10 am Oct 17 for sentencing Klinger was charged with mur placed unprecedented yes personal trust did not live ards of conduct which he and the President have publicly pre scribed for all in public life from the humblest to the high est But perhaps the greatest trag edy of all is that Sherman Adams is not leaving the White House as the result of a stern but fair moral judgment by his superior President Eisenhower Butler said Sherman Adams is leav ing the White House because of a decision based on political ex pediency tions channel award case Investigators also named Farmer Loses Arm in Chopper Accident Jordan a farmer living west of town had his right arm amputated above der in the death of his fatherthe elbow following an accident Carl I Klinger 62 at the youngerj with a forage chopper He was Father Runs Amuck Slays 4 of 5 Kiddies SPARTA Mich unem ployed odd jobs worker blasted four children to death with a shotgun Tuesday night The fifthescaped by playing dead His estranged wife Edith McMillan 36 who suffered neck injuries and the fifth child were under hospital treatment in near by Grarfd Rapids Orland Duncan McMillan 45 told Sheriff Arnold Pigorsh can only take so much Fgot sho up ir the war and my nerves ac up Klingers farm home filling a silo at the Rae Wubben it was the announcement was made in Washington by Archbishop Am leto Giovanni Cicognani apostolic delegate to the United States Cardinal Stritch who died in Rome on May 27 s month after he had arrived to take up duties as proprefect of the Sacred Con gregation for the Propagation of the Faith also had been arch bishop of Milwaukee before his transfer to the Chicago see Archbishop Meyer 55 was raised to the episcopacy in 1946 He will direct the largest Catho lic archdiocese in the United States overseeing the spiritual wrecked car a mile south of Le land on U S 69 Tuesday morn ing Heavy Rains in Southern Iowa Widespread rains ranging up to 202 at Lamoni fell over Iowa in the 24 hours ended early Wednesday Among other reports were 148 inches at Albia 138 at Gttumwa and 103 at Burlington The defendant testified Tuesday i farm east of here when his glove he had been drinking heavily in the chopper as he at Fort Dodge the afternoon precedj tempted to clean out the ma ing the shooting He maintained1 chine line shotgun discharged accident is president of the Rake ally He said he and his fatherCommunity School Board He is were the best of friends in the Buffalo Center Hospital The three men were mentioned n testimony before the House in uericeinvestigating subcommit ee The subcommittee originally ad withheld thenames of both awrence and Smathers along vith McConnauglieys OLIVER EASTLAND assistant hief investigator of the subcom SAME weWarc of Catholics nearly two million Widow Offers Bus Firm and Deed to Farm to Keep Route Past Her Home Ole Dirkson Indicted for Manslaughter Ole Dirkson 60 Presi dent N W was arrested Tues day on a manslaughter indict ment brought in by the grand jury Dirkson was charged a twocar collision June 4 tha resulted in the death of Mrs Philip Mahncke 56 Hampton Her husband Dirkson and Ceci Ashford a passenger in the Dirk sons car also were hospitalize inMason City THE ACCIDENT happened mile north of Rockwell on High way 65 A deputy sheriff said Dirksons car approaching the highway from the west on a grav el road stopped at a stop sign and then pulled onto the high way in front of the Mahncke car the clash ried tpv get i ets andrFprrnqsa f and thus Jo lie Nationalist iplanes oyer Com nTuriist in airila Inttie Vhree MIGVs have been toque ons Wedhesclay that Lawrence emocraticcandidate for gover or of Pennsylvania wrote FCC ommissioners Richard T Bart ey and Richard A Mack inbe alf of one of the channel applF City Inc Eastland said the letters were vritteh to the cornmissioners vhen the case was under ajudica ion He said the letters recom mended granting the channel to Television City Theinvestigator also read into he record an affidavit given to FBI agents by Lee W Eckels a Pittsburgh lawyer and Television lity stockholder ECKELS TOLD the FBI that he had heard rumors fromsome source or sources which he did not recall that McConnaughey was soliciting or tempting to solicit from Television City Inc for his vote He said he also heard another rumor from sources that did not recall that McConnaughey was attempting to set up an ar rangement under which he would receive a year for a 10 year period for his vote from to day i with1026 shells hittingthft Quempys from midnightV to said v H S CHICAGO UPI A farm widow who depends on buses as her only means of transpor tation Wednesday offered the Greyhound Bus Corp and a deed to her 48acre farm if Other rainfall reports will continue to siop at Dubuque Rapids 69 iGrinneil 58 of an inch Cedar Montezuma Peiia 55 Charies home Mary Holtman in her Ms Archbishop Meyer was one Des Moines 52 North 10 or 15 American churchmeniEnglrsh 50 Brooklyn 48 Con whose names had figured in 46 Waterloo 40 Davcn vance speculation on the Chrcsgojport 29 appointment Archbishop L e of sMason City however hsd only Binz Dubuquc Iowa was promh 18 The shosvers were expected Inently mentioned continue through Wednesday laid an Hiinois Coin mission examiner she was alont in life and her greatest com forts were my dog and the bus It comes in morning like a shinins streak of silver said Mrs Holtman explained the bus has been stopping at her front gate for 12 years and she takes it several times a week on trips to Chicagos Loop for shopping excursions and to go to church The graying widow testified at a hearing on Greyhounds petition to abandon if presart route over Illinois 5172 past Mrs HoHmans farm near Gen oa III about 50 miles from Chicago because the roufe is a financial drain When I heard the Greyhound going to change the route it The Mahnckes struck Dirksons moving north car broadside WCAE Inc another applicant I have no direct information in regard to the suppositionthat McConnaughey was attempting to solicit bribes Eckels said McConnaughey has denied he iever was offered or solicited A bribe North Iowa Man in Hospital Following Mysterious Shooting thesupply beach1 orlano ing strip when a pianelpad foreign andv Chinese landed on Quemoy pendent Forrest Edwards rejwrt ed He said his group of 22 for eign correspondents and 10 Chi nese reporters heard distant ex plosions The group was the first to reach Quemoy since Nationalist author lifted an eightday ban on newsmen there Nationalistsand US authorities said the ban was for military reasons but never ex plained it further The commander in chief of US forces in the Pacific said the supply situation is getting better every day Before leaving fdr Okinawa and Hawaii after three days of toplevel military meetings Adrri Harry D Felt added I am not overly optimis tic but not Felt said the United States is helping supply Queinoy to the greatest extent possible Further US help is a poltical question he could not answer the admiral added The deputy said Dirkson and Ashford had both been drinking before the accident A blood test miili cubic centimeters of blood Authori ties consider 150 milligrams evi given Dirkson showed grams of alcohol per 240 100 was like hearing a funeral was going to be held Mrs Holtman told Examiner Harold Poslusny 1 have more than I need of intoxication pleaded Im willing to Greyhound a year i DIRKSON IN JUNE was sen she give for five i will sign jlenced to 30 days in jail for driv IOWA Fenton 32 of Wilkie was in a critical condition at Ellsworth Municipal Hospital as a result of a gunshot wound suffered Tuesday Little is known about the circumstances of the shooting ashis doctor has told police the victim cannot be ques tioned for two days j Officers believe the shooting was accidental Fenton was shot in the chest with a 32 caliber re WHERE GREAT AIR BATTLE TOOK PLACE 19TH IS GIRL OTTUMWA Alvin Ek a check in I will ing without a license He He went into the city hall wi my farm to the Grsyhound waived preliminary hearing insupposedly to report the accident corporation if they will keep the Frederick B Shaffers court and collapsed and was rushed to thclofes Abbington have broken the stop at rny door vvas bound to he District Courtlhospifal Itieof nine boys and nine girls in The examiner invited Mrs on a drunk driving charge That Fenton is unmarried Accordtneir family with the addition of Holtnan to testify further Oct was the one on lo the police there is no ioth diihl a girl Bonnie 14 whan the hearing is resumed Jesse brought before Ihelwho can give hem any furtherMao Mrs Eklofe and the baby The widow said she would board jgrand jury and which resulted injinformation unlii Fenion is out Oiivvere reported at s bus and be hert llhe indictment for and able to be questionedipital Wednesday   

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