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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 29, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for VOL H PrtM ind International Full ON CitY GLOBEGAZETTE TNI NtWSfAPik THAT MAKES ALL NORTH lOWANSNilGHIORl j 1 Tea copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY SEPTEMBER 29 1951 HOME EDITION Paper ConiisU ol Two Hi Littl e Rock chool s Initi One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO U30U pm Sunday WOI Ames IWU pfc Tuesday WTAD Qulnoy H30 pii jfhunday WSUI U City IK1U tiits pm Saturday Nassers Test Lies Ahead TIP TO THIS TIME in his climb to power Gamal Abdel Nas ser has had air the breaks Hes been able to fall out of the boat and come up wholly dry What appeared tobe an ignominious defeat has more than once been turned into a glorious victory by his propagandists at Radio Cairo In the present situation it seems quite unlikely that the for mer colonel can be stopped in his marchto leadership over the entire Arab world For one thing hes about the first Arab in the past four or five centuries about whom the people of his racial stock could boast In this connection of course its to be remembered ihat the Turks and the Persians are of different racial origins they are not Arab As a matter of fact the Jews are more closely related to the Arabs ancestrally than either the Turks or the Persians now known as Iranians the clash between the Is raelis and Nassers forces the Egyptians took the most disgrace ful shellacking suffered by an army in modern times unless it be the rout of Mussolinis troops by the Greeks and Albanians some 20 years ago Remember how U Duces buddy Adolf Hit ler had to bail him out WHEN THAT BRUSH with the forces of little Israel about one fifteenth Egypts size as to pop ulation was overa motley array of obsolete arms from Czecho slovakia and Russia lay strewn about the Sinai Peninsula In the feverish retreat Nassers of ficers were speedier than any of theirmen They fled in the trucks and automobiles at their com mand leaving the rankahdfile soldiers to shift for themselves At the time of my visit in Cairo on New Years Eve 1957 I was told by Egyptians that their sol diers had left the scene of battle in the Sinai Peninsula for just one purpose They wanted to protect the people of their homeland against an impending attack by the British and the French as well as by the Jews This they told me without a smile By this time too the exploits of the Egyptians at the Suez had taken on heroic proportions too Singlehanded almost with their bare fists Nasser and his sol d i e r s had whipped Britain France and Israel There was a blithe ignoring of the fact that GM President Eisenhower had come to Egypts rescue with his fam o u s statement that aggression whether by friend or foe simply couldnt be tolerated AP Pholofax WHERE THEY VOTED OU1 Shaded areas show voters in both France and the colonies voted in a constitution for the new Fifth Republic Only Guinea in French West Africa said noThe major problem fac ing the new government is an old one rebellion in Algeria Set New Strike Deadline Talks With GM Recessed DETROIT United Auto Workers Union has postponed a Tuesday strike deadline against General Motors Corp until Thurs day and ordered 45000 idled at Commander of Iowa Legion Dies CHICAGO tfVRoy Pell 60 Marshalltown attorney and com mander of the Iowa department of the American Legion died at a Chicago hospital Saturday Pell a for m er Marshall Coun ty attorney had been admitted to the hospital Sept 5 after suf fering a heart attack while at tending the American Legions national convention in Chicago His condition had been improv ing and he was to have been re turned to his Marshalltown home GM plants by wildcat work stopthis week However he was DeGaulle Scores Victory Constitution Approved PARIS UFPremier de Gaulle has Avon his fight Returns from the most sweeping referendum in French history Monday gave him resounding personal triumph and a strong constitution for a new Fifth Republic The Fifth Republic will be pro claimed in the official journal next Sunday And France will en ter into a new more powerful sys tem of government so daring that many Frenchmen gasped at the conception while they voted their approval by a landslide Sunday1 Voters of continentaljFrance ap proved the new constitution by a margin of almost41 COMPLETE OFFICIAL tabula tions in France showed 17666828 yes votes and 4624475 no votes There was a record turnout of 849 per cent of Frances regis tered voters Counting all those who went to thepolls including some who cast blank ballots the new constitution was approved by per cent With one French Guinea in West over seas lands of the erstwhile French empire also backed the constitu tion to the hilt This set them up with France on the world political stage as a French community Classes WillBe OVERTURNED CAR IN WHICH 5 WERE INJURED Five Injtired When Speeding Co r Overt urns at Plymouth pages back to their jobs UAW President Walter P Reuthers surprise move came shortly after GM and UAW nego tiators began an unusual Sunday bargaining session stricken with another attack Sat urday and died about three hours later A veteran of World Wars I and II Pell was former commander of the Iowa 40 et 8 and a former R E U T H E R notified General Motors the union would recess its striving for a new contract to cover the companys 250000 UAW members until Tuesday so that it could devote full attention to get ting GM plants back to normal The UAW chief said he would join new contract talks Chrys ler Monday but would switch back to GM Thursday Bargain ingxcontinued Sunday at Chrysler where Reuther said there are many fewer problems than at The union and Ford reached a threeyear agreement Sept13 More than 20 GM plants across the nation were closed by wildcat vice commander of the Iowa Le gion He is survived by his wife four children his mother three sis ters and a brother Funeral services will be held at 2 pm Tuesday in the First Methodist Church at Marshall town strikes or shut down because the ON NO SUBJECT was a divergence of opinion as I moved from country to country 31 of them in all on that jaunt around the world just after the Suez incident In New Zealand and Australia I found opinion divided right down the middle Some agreed with the Mother Countrys course of action in going into Suez while others lined up with President Eisenhower and Canada which as you may remember was at Americas side in this issue be fore U N But as I moved into Indonesia Java and Sumatra I found almost universal favor for the Eisenhower position I was almost led to believe that we had endeared ourselves for all time with Sukarno and his people In India Vietnam Thailand and Burma the sentiment was on Ikes side largely I think be cause he seemed to be siding with what they regarded as a small havenot nation as against two big bullies France and John Bull It was in Pakistan however that I met up with what im pressed as being the most significant attitude Because the Pakistanis are Moslems T as sumed Ihal Ihey would jusl nalur ally go along with anybody who faces toward Mecca five times a CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 strikes resulted in parts shortages last week as workers stayed off jobs to support UAW demands for quick agreement on a new con tract REUTHER said We have made it clear that these people who thought they were helpful re ally are hurting us and we are confident they will see the wis dom of all GM workers going back to work so we can negotiate in a more peaceful climate Louis G Seaton GM vice pres ident hailed the union move as a very good thing He added Were glad to know the union is going to make every effort to cut off those hitandrun strikes which ROY PELL Trucker Killed on First Day on Job DES MOINTES Milton Bish have cost our workers 25 his first da the job as a sort of global confederation commonwealth status and even independence waiting in the wings Even the no votes of inde pendenceminded Guinea made little impression in the general massive outpouring of approval that exceeded even op timistic estimates THE LANDSLIDE raised the prospect that De Gaulle the 67 yearold World War n hero re jstored to leadership in a rightist prising last May can almost ritc his own ticket to curethe cknesses of this long ailing ountry Chief of these is the four earold Algerian rebellion De Gaulle probably will become resident with powers that no French chief of state has enjoyed ince Emperor Napoleon III was verthrown in 1870 In the interval France has de iberately maintained a strong egislature and a weak executive De Gaulles dramatic victory vas the worst electoral black eye he Communists have suffered in postwar France The Communists ormed the largest bloc cam paigning against De Gaulles con stitution They said it would open PLYMOUTH Five per sons were in a Mason City hos pital Monday as a result of a onecar accident on the Plym outh road north of here Sunday evening A car by Ernest Houchin 24 Glenville Minn went off the highway into a ditch andlanded upside down on a pasture fence Authorities said Houchin who was driving at excessive speeds lost control of the car There was no Bother cause given for the accident Passengers in the car were Irving Eide Glenville Mr and Mrs Earl Butler Glenville Delores Chismore 30 Cedar Rapids Mae Luade Elit 30 Al bert Lea and Waljy Hagerud Glenville All butjEide and Butler were taken to the hospital by Snell Ambulance Their condition was described as sat isfactory Monday morning According to Worth County Sheriff Adolph Ellingson Norths wood7 there were two cases of beer in the car Some of the bottles had been opened and most of them were broken in the crash A blood test of the driver was taken Charges to be filed will depend on the report ofthe test Don McCourt Plymouth coun cilman tried to catch the car to take its number after he saw it speeding through town but unable to catch It Ellingson said one of the passengers reported to him that the speedometer read 112 miles per hour when he last looked at it But Negroes File Suit FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES LITTLE ROCK Ark jLittle Rock School Board execut Jed an historic lease Monday turning over the citys four high school buildings for use as pri vate segregated institutions An authoritative sourcesaid the new privateschools may open Tuesday A short time later the US SIK preme Court m Washington re an opinion on a previous Little Rock case warning that evasive schemes could not stand up to circumvent its inte gration order IN OMAHA NEB a twojudg ourtheard the National Assn or the Advancement of Colored eople request that the Little lock board be restrained from easing its senior high schools for use as private schools where racemixing would not be perr mitted And in Little Rock the six re Will Act on The Weather Own Chiang Warns Reds Mason City Turning cooler with chance of s h o w er s Monday night low in low to mid40s partly cloudy cooler high in mid60s he way to dictatorship GAULLIST LEADERS hailed he results as a decisive blow at he Reds who have hamstrung French politics with disruptive actics and the biggest single vot ng bloc 148 deputies in the 596seat National Assembly Approval of the constitution au omatically rejects the old Assem jly De Gaulle now has four months of neardictorial powers in which he will write a new elec tion law to seat a new Assembly Elections probably will come in late November or early Decem ber TAIPEI Formosa UP Presi dent Chiang Kaishek said Mon day his Nationalist air force will bomb the Communist guns ring ing Quemoy when and if the crucial moment arises He added he felt the United States would back him if that time came He said this moment would come when the lives of the 130000 troops and civilians on the out post fortress are in danger either from the effects of the Commu nist artillery blockade or other military action When the crucial moment arises I feel the United States will not fall back on its promises to help he stated But the cru cial moment has not yet arisen But we will act on our own regardless of the U S attitude when it comes a question of life and death he said He emphasized Natio na list hina is under no obligations to the United Slates that would pre lowa Mostly cloudy Mo h da y night turning cooler northwest lows about 40 northwest to mid 50s southeast Tuesday general ly fair and cooler Fiveday Iowa Temperatures for the next five days will average from 5 to 10 degrees below nor mal Much cooler Tuesday con tinuing on Wednesday with warming trend likely latter par of the week Normal lows44 to 48 and normal highs 68 to 72 Rainfall will be below norma with little if any likely Minnesota Cloudy and cooler High Tuesday 62 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Monday Maximum Minimum At 8 am YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 73 51 56 65 38 Plane Kills Credited to Sidewinder mainirig Negro pupils who attend ed troopguarded CentralHigh during the past stormyschool year said they would await the decision of parentsand attorneys as to whether they apply for ad mittance fo the private high schools Events swirled about thte ques tion whether Arkansas can effect a plan that will thwart the federal attempt to force integration Gov Orval EFaubus advised that theleasehad been signed wecan get ihe schools open in the next two or three days and there are those who wish to challenge the legality of the the litigation could be carried out while the studehfs arjj in schools vent it from taking action it eels necessary for its own de fense Chiang spoke at hisfirst open news conference since Feb 7 1955 STRIKE TO END DBS MOINES Auto Workers Local 991 and Ford Mo tor Co officials Sunday reached an agreement expected to end a 12day strike at two Ford opera tions in Des Moines GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Sunday Maximum Minimum 65 31 TAIPEI UPI Chinese Na lonalist planes have been battling Communist MIGs with American Sidewinder airtoair missiles nformed sources reported Mon day The sources said Nationalist F86 Sabrejets used the missiles on Sept 24 when they claimed to have shot down 11 Sovietbuilt MIG17 jets without the loss of a single plane It was the first reported use of American airtoair missiles in modern aerial warfare The Sidewinder is an almost un canny missile that can seek out a jet by feeling the heat trail left by its jet exhaust It travels fast er than any airplane in existence with an infrared device sensitive to heat locked in the enemy plane Once lorked on the heat trail the Sidewinder hurls itself through the sky at more than 1400 miles per hour and swoops up the planes exhaust to explode inside The sources said the Nationalist planes were armed with missiles for the first time last week two to a plane Woman Receives Cuts in Crash SINCE LEASES have signed if the schools are then closed it will be the NAACPor the federal government that does it The lease is so worded that the Mary Zrostlik train behind her home of dollars in wages ia truck driver for Smittys Do Like GM trying to get 1959 Shop was Monday e production into full throttle J Chrysler has experienced a series morning in a traffic accident in downtown Des Moines of wildcat walkouts So has Fordj Police said Bishopls truck was Princess Margaret to Spend 3 Days With King Single Rich Baudouin despite its new agreement LONDON Mar garet is going to spend the next three days in romantic Brussels and her big date is bachelor King Baudouin Margarets rejected suitor Group Capt Peter Townsend an SAMg struck broadside by a car driven by Mrs James Gaines Desi Moines school teacher She apl parcntly suffered only minor in Bishop was thrown fromj truck and it overturned on jtop of him Doughnuts were scat even seem o be in her ior Half a block down the mwt faook lnformed say Townsend who has made Brussels his selfexiled home is not in ths city It was from Ihe gay capital of j21 was fatally wounded Sunday Belgium that Townsend once jaftcrnoon in a gun accident onj paid court to Margsrst by teU his parents farm near here phone and letters GUN VICTIM DAN7BURY tfVMyron ttueberj Few are speculating on any love match between Margaret and Baudouin but certain facts about them stand out like dia monds on a tiara Margaret Is 28 unmarried rich a royal princess with no apparent suitors in sight Baudouin is 28 welloff and one of the worlds few remain ing kings with no giri friend in sight are also certain facts that might discourage any Ci and Baudouins names He is a Roman Catholic She is an Anglican Protestant Boudouin is a shy young man who likes fast cars and golf His tastes in music run to the clas sical Margaret is a stylish sophis ticate bored by sport or auto mobile talk Her musical tastes run to Dixieland jazz and the bright Coralville Girl 2 Hit by Train Dies CORALVILLE Alva Kay Olson 22monthold daughter of Mr and Mrs Alvin Olson Coral ville was killed Sunday when struck by a Rock Island passengerwho is employed at the United Home Bank in Mason City re ceived facial cuts and head in juries Saturday afternoon when her car collided with a grave truck driven by Lee Blaschke at a rural intersection two miles southwest of here A local physi cian dressed the injuries and Miss Zrostiik went to the home of her parents in Duncan Her car was badly damaged ac cording to officials who investi gated Blaschke escaped injury Washington Store Loss Set school board may resume control of the property at any time that it becomes possible for the board to legally operate the schoolsun der both state and federal lawl The lease runs from Tuesday until June 1 1965 THE LEASE said the rental value of the schools Central High Hall High Little Rock Tech and Horace Mann be accurately determined now The rental value shall be de termined at the end of each school year by three arbitrators the lease said It shall not be less than a year It was the first largescale at tempt actually to evade the U S Supreme Courts integration de cree by turning public schools into private schools The Department of Justice con tends that the public school plan which the Governor sponsored in Arkansas is merely a dodge and promised to fight it THE SUPREME COURT opin ion released Monday set put the reasoning back of the courts Sept 12 decision against any de lay in integration of Little Rocks schools The opinion clearly sounded the deathknell for state plans such as in Arkansas and Virginia for converting public schools into private segregat ed schools State support of segregated schools through any arrangement management funds or property cannot be squared with the 14th Amendments command that rio state shall deny to any person within its jurisdiction Uie equal protection of the laws the opin ion stated School closings in Norfolk Va have idled 10000 children while J2750 were affected by earlier shutdowns at Front Royal and WASHINGTON Iowa fire Charlottesville Va An estimated of undetermined origin Sunday 3460 are out at Little swept the M M distributors and music of American musicals Jim porters store here and caused She likes dancing and night considerable damage lo the buiidi ctubs jng in which the store was loi At a quick a wife Seated Otto Mulac store Link 55 in a conia more thaa for a tired young monarch e jesUniated damage 570000 tojsix years after an aulo accident come homt to brass copper and glassware at his home here Sunday CRASH VICTIM DES MOINES fl Ralph A   

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