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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 30, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowa s Daily Newspaper EdlUd tlw Horn BEbAZETTE T HI N I W S f A PI ft T HAT MA K E S ALL NOR T H LOW AN S Nil 6 H B 0 R S HOME EDITION VOL H AuocUteA PreM tad felted PreM lateraalionil FuH LCIM WLrei 7t a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER M 19S4 ThJi Paper of IiA i Impasse Reached in School Situation Bolster Chiang New Planes Ships Sent TAIPEI States plans to give the Chinese Nationalists C119 Flying Boxcars and big new landing ships to in crease supplies to blockaded Que moy A spokesman for the US Tai wan Formosa Defense Com mand disclosed Tuesday that the equipment is on the way The ships are LSDs ships which can carry up to six times as much cargo as the LSTs landing ships tank which the Nationalists now are using With their present collection of equipment left over from World War IIthe Nationalists have not been able to get through to Quo moy the 350 tons of supplies neededdaily on the besieged off shore islands US military offi cials have been urging the Na tionalists to step up supply ef forts The NATIONALIST air force reported that Communist ground fire shot down one of its cargo parachuting supplies to Quemoy during the night This was the first cargo plane lost in 16 days of dropping highpriority supplies to Big and Little Que inoy y The Nationalistshave beenus ing old C46 transport planes for aerial drops so far and the most they have musteredon one night was 20 TheiC46cancarry up to tons of cargo The C119 can airdrop five tons and is better designed for such work than C46s Ah undisclosed number will arrive this weekend and Nationalist crews will begin training in them immediately The Nationalists have used LSTs in combination with small loaded amphibious vehicles that swim ashore as the vessels stand outside Communist artillery range In addition to carrying six times the load LSDs have the advantage of a center sec tion that can be flooded so that smaller craft can shoot out from TEiMPERS FLARE AT LITTLE William Mansfield guard on duty at Hall High School in Little Rockreaches for AP Photofax ing the school would remain closed due to federal court action But Mansfield hisholster left as he challenges workyielded waited for the men to leave and men from the private school corporation then took down the sign and dragged it in their attempt to erect a sign announcaway DullesWillingto Meet With Red Chinese Premier Chou WASHINGTON tary of StateJohn FosterDulles said Tuesday he would tie willing to meet witlTChinese Communist Premier Chou Enlai if there were reason to think they could it rapidly for beaches the run to the MEANWHILE it was reported that U S Marines landed on Quemoy with eightinch howitzers and turned them over to Nation alist Chinese artillerymen Sources said the Marines landed the selfpropelled eightinchers at night about 10days ago and set them in position where National ist gunners could reply to Red ar tillery that has pounded the Quemoys since Aug 23 The big howitzers were deliv ered by U S Navy landing craft and were brought from Okinawa because the Nationalists smaller and less accurate 105 and 155 mil limeter artilfery was no match for the Communist guns the in Agreement on Chrysler Pact Nearly Set DETROIT UPI Chrysler Corp and the United Auto Work ers reached agreement on all but two points of a new contra cl Tuesday and Union President Walter P Reuther headed for General Motors to try for a settle ment there before Thursdays strike deadline Reuther left the Chrysler bar gaining table after a 23Vihour marathon negotiating session anc left to his subordinates the task o ironing out differences on the is sues of engineering and office I THINK I can say hav reached a meeting of minds on the basic contract Reuthersaid But he quickly emphasized tha nothing is agreed to until every thing is agreed to Reuthers comment indicate that a settlement with Chrysle was possible within hours an that his presence was not neede formed sources said The 105s and 155s are conventional artil lery of a U S Army division In Moscow the Soviet press said Nationalist Chinese use of American Sidewinder airto air missiles was an exception ally grave matter that would bring counterblows A Tass news agency report from Peiping reported the Nationalist had made 142 sorties in American supplied planes using the deadly missiles for he first time in ac tion and scoring a number of kills BAD START HOVE Engand UPI A new bus scheduled to start a 10000 mile overland service from Lon don to Bombay Oct 17 set out from the factory here Tuesday to be exhibited at a London show It broke down 10 miles out of town to wrap final unsolved details o the contract THUS REUTHER headed fo giant General Motors where strike deadline is only two daj away It was believed that Chrysle agreed basically to the sam terms Ford accepted chieve something positive to ards settling the Formosa cri s But Dulles doubted the wisdom f such a mtetingat this described as a dependable cease fire agreement can het reached withjhe Communists Dulles also told a news confer nce that he saw improvement in IB Formosa crisis over the past wo weeks He said he believed lere was less likelihood now that he situation would flare ltito pen warfare DULLES INDICATED United States was prepared to rge Generalissimo Chiang Kai hek to pull the bulk of his troops ff Quemoy and Matsu if what he Classes Fail to Reopen 1 Order Blocks Move LITTLE ROCK T Z Raney read the obituary of Gov Orval E Faubus private school plan in a driving rain in front of Central High School Tuesday A little later a truck pulled up and two men put 4by6foot sign in the center of the school yard It said This school closed by order of the federal govern ment y Raney is president of the Little Rock Private School Corp IT PLANNED to reopen Little four high schools closed since Sept 2 in the integration controversy at 8 am Tuesday But the 8th US Circuit Court of Appeals intervened and or dered the school board not to transfer the buildings to the cor poration Raney did not finally announce for the corporation until Tuesday morning that the schools would not open as planned The en joined Little Rock School Board announced it Monday night Through the C9ncerted efforts of the government of the United Statesand the NAACP the Little Rock Private School Corpt has now been enjoined and prohibited xom operating Central High Hall High Technical High and Horace1 Mann from a prtpafed statement AP Photofax LOVE CANT WAIT Shirley Klein 21 Baltimore Md sec retary has decided to marry her fiance James Halloran 24 and forget about the judg ment she was awarded from rather his insurance result of an auto crash The insurance company has appealed the verdict and a state law forbids her the money if she marries Halloran before the case is completed Dag Reports US British to Remove Last of Troopers UNITED NATIONS N Y W Secretary General Dag Ham marskjold announced Tuesday that the United States and Britain had agreed conditionally to withdraw their troops from Lebanon and Jordan The Secretary General said the United States had promised to complete the withdrawal from Lebanon by the end of October if the situation improves sufficiently He said Britain would begin pulling out of Jordan in October would complete the withdrawal Mason Cityan Injured in 2Ccrr Crash as early as the situation allows Hammarskjold made his an nouncement in a 30page report to the General Assembly on his re cent Middle East peace mission HE SAID he had appointed a special representative to work out arrangements to facilitate the troop withdrawals and that the representative Pier P Spinelli a U N undersecretary is now in Amman Hammarskjold said complete The Weather Mason City Generally fair and colder with freezing tempera tures and frost Tuesday night lows in upper 20s Wednesday generally fair and cool highs low 50s continued owa Clearing Tuesday after noon cooler with high in the lower 50s northwest to lower 60s southeast Partly cloudy ana colder Tuesday night with the Reds if they broke Dulles said the United States acquiesced in Chiangs reinforce ment of the islands in the first place but considered it a foolish step He said the Reds might be kept in line on a ceasefire by the knowledge that other nations of the world would invoke punitive measures against them such as trade sanctions if they failed to live up to their word Dulles was asked whether he would be willing to meet with Chou if such a meeting appeared to offer any possibility of bring ing about peace in the Formosa crisis He replied by recalling that President Eisenhower had said there was nothing he would not do and no place too remote to go if it offered a chance of reducing world tensions AT THE UNITED NATIONS meanwhile Nationalist China scattered light frost Low about 30 northwest to about 40 south east Wednesday generally fair cool j Minnesota Continued cold snow flurries in north High Wednes day around 50 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 amTuesday Maximum 76 Minimum 42 At 8 am 42 Precipitation 05 YEAR AGO Maximum 74 Minimum 50 Nixon Shows Old Fighting Form in Campaign Opener SAMR WASHINGTON Pres ident Nixon is giving signs that as a campaigner he intends to return to 1954 form when he was the scourge of the Dem Nixon kicked off his cam paigning for a Republican Con gress with a speech in Indi m apolis Ind Monday night In it he urged party members to take off the gloves for what he characterized as the fight of our lives There were echoes the Nixon of four years ago as he sailed into what he called the cheap below the belt cracks of Harry Truman and his ilk and spoke of the frightening aliernative to the election of Republicans Former President Truman was a favorite Nixon target in 1954 the Democrats said the Vice President went around the country insinuating that their party was soft on Com munism Truman said Nixon had called him a traitor a charge the Vice President de nied In 1956 Nixon threw the Dem ocrats off stride Instead of as sailing them bitterly as he had two years previously he spent most of his time talking about the accomplishments of the Ei senhower administration In his Indianapolis speech Nixon defended the administra tions record He boasted that said it would defend every inch of its territory but would await a revolt against the Chinese Com munisls before invading the mainland We are realists Chinese Am bassador Tingfu F Tsiang told the General Assembly We love peace as much as anybody else We have our fund of common sense It is not our thought that the 10 million people on Taiwan For mosa should be pitted against the 500 or 600 million on the main land We have no reason to fight against our brethren on the main land However when our people on the mainland rise in revolt as the Hungarian people did two year ago and call for our help we shall fight side by side with them for their freedom This is our program of recpv cry of the mainland no more anc no less Quesada Chosen to Head Air Agency WASHINGTON UP Presiden Eisenhower Tuesday chose E R Pete Quesada now his specia assistant on aviation matters I be chief of the new federal avia tion agency The agency wa created by Congress at its las THE CLOSING of our senior high schools isnow the fuHj responsibility of the federal gov ernment and the NAACP It is quite evident that they are ready to the educational op portunities for 4000 students to i satisfy their consuming desire to mix the races in our school pub icor About a dozen Students listened as Raney read the statement in front of Central High Gov Orval E Faubus com mented As long as the people stand firm a way will be found to preserve our traditions and educate our children He said in the face of the in junction other avenues and means of providing education the students will be explored We think the action of the federal government is illegal but if the injunctive action of the court is made permanent it will make our efforts more difficult but not at all impossible School officials buffeted be tween federal and state pressure and momentarily in complete Light Frost Seen for North Iowa Strong northerly winds whip ping acrossIowa drove tempera tures down to as low as 41 de grees at Spencer Tuesdaymorn ing And the Weather Bureau said scattered light frost would revail Wednesday morning with ows in the north around 30 Other lows Tuesday morning in cluded 42 degrees at Mason City and at La monu Temperatures werent expected to get above the lower 50s in the northwest and the lower60s in the southeast Tuesday afternoon Spencer and Mason City had degrees Monday for the state mutual confidence among the Arab countries has not yet been restored But he expressed the be lief the implementation of the good neighbor policy will meet with growing success Unofficial reports in London said the British withdrawal from Jordan will be completed by Oct 28 Clyde LeRoy Johnson 21 18 22nd SE was in fair condi tion at Park Hospital after a Mon day afternoon accident in southeast Mason City Johnsons skull was fractured when he flew out the door of his spinning car high THE UNITED STATES already has pulled out its Marines from Lebanon and it appeared that the remaining 7500 U S soldiers would be departing soon Hammarskjold w cautious about making forecasts on Mid dle East stability He said his forTto carry out the Assemblys peaceresolutionis at an eady stage and it is therefore premature to pass a judgment on the degree of success itmay meet Police said Johnsons auto one driven by Clarence George Olson 50 1423 Rhode Island SE came together at the intersection of 15th SE and Massachusetts Olson was driving west John son south The Johnson car was spun around by the impact Olson was uninjured The complete front of the Olson car and theleft side oMhe John son auto were smashed The acci dent occurred about SrlSpni FINDERS KEEPERS HARTFORD Mich Witt found a wedding ring in his lawMrs Frank Baileysaid it wasj one she lost55years ago the familyi wash confusion refused to say what hey would do They conferred everishly but announced no de isions Marshals waited in readiness or the next move THE DILEMMA was sparked y two federal judges in Omaha Jeb when they issued a restrain ing order at the request of the National Assn for the Advance ment of Colored People support ed by the federal government The order instructed all persons onnected with the private school plan not to take further action o transfer possession control or operation directly or indirectly of Little Rock schools It also for bade altering the status quo of he senior high schools insofar as their integrated status is con cerned The judges made their ruling retroactive to last Thursday after Justice Department Atty Donald MacGuineas said the school lease iad been executed in haste to complete action before the hear ing The retroactive clause ap parently was aimed at any legal advantage sought b the quick transfer The restraining order is in force until Oct 6 when a three judge panel of the US 8th Cir cuit Court of Appeals will mce in St Louis to hear the case fo a temporary injunction N c A FREaiOENT DES MOINES study group to look into the es of session to make and enforc safety rules for military com six years under Eisenhower Jrnercial and private flying It wi have been the best six years absorb the Civil Aeronautics Ad in the history of the country i ministration the Airways ModjCalhouc Charities Monday Then he drew s dark picture of crmzation Board which Qucsadajed the Rev Thomas what would happen if the Deminow heads and take over part ofiDubuque as president succeed SURVEY TALK Dr Robert Ray sec ond from director of the Institute of Public Affairs at Iowa City explains the survey he and George Mather his assistant compiled on the town of Garner to MrsEd Bock man of the survey committee in Garner and Mrs Alan Stroh president of the Garner Recital Glub which initiated the survey Gamer Planning Study tor Community Council By CHUCK WALK GlobeGazette Staff Writer GARNER What started out as a meeting to hear about and discuss the problems of this Han cock County town Monday night ended up in the formulation of policy to alleviate these very same problems After hearing Dr Robert Ray director of the Institute of Pub lic Affairs Iowa City say that lack of economic opportunity and recreational facilities are gener al problems facing Iowa and not peculiar to Garner the group ol 135 civic leaders sat down in a good old round table discussion and George B Mather his ad ministrative assistant which showed that the majority of 304 Garner High School graduates in the past 11 years feel the town is lacking in economical oppor tunity and in many of their words something to do Ray quickly pointed out that even though the young people of Garner rated the town low in these two facets of community life it shouldnt be taken as a severe or specific indictment of the town Garner stands head and shoulders above many many towns in the other five facets ol and took town look at their1 community life Ray pointed out These facets were religious What they came up with was a life schools urbanrural rela tions medical and health and lo CGiTlMlUnitjr i a great mirror over the com munity Ray said We havent said went on but you have told us a lot The problem of nothing to do is not only a problem of young people but of the general Iowa public Ray suggested Im not sure this is new he continued I have a feeling that there comes a time when all young people become restless Kay made it clear to the group from the start that he and Mather had not come before them to lay out a blue print for the town I dont want to be remembered as that fellow from the university with the briefcase when some thing goes wrong he said HE DID HOWEVER explain community councils and oerats increase thsir strength jibe functions of the Civil Aero in Congress inaulics Board W also of Dubuque council a step Ray had outjdoubt that most towns would rejother similar groups had been The Iowailinefi as a mcaRS IowaCGive passing marks on thatmanyhelp in other towns He said soft to solve iheirUaecls from their youngsters j a council should include persons i from the womens clubs service SURVEY which rurai organization local j THE MEETING e t s r e than six months to com1 government and school organiza jaround a survey compiled by RayipJete was the result of holdingitions The one thing such acoua I I fl V   

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