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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 2, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited tot T H I N E W S 9 A E R T H M A K E S A L L N 0 ft T H I 0 W A N N E I G H I 0 US EDITION VOL H Associated Frew andUnited International Full Wires C7e a Copy MASON CITY THURSDAY OCTOBER 1 1951 This Paper of Two SectionsSection Genera rs Hit Ci nion Strt Schools Attacked No Plans for the Negroes LITTLE ROCK Ark UPI Little Rocks private scliool cor Thursday offers of money and emergency class rooms are pouring in for its new lastditch plan to keep the schools white The plan fqr privately support ed and privately housed schools to be staffed by retired teachers apparently would leave Negroes with no high schools But Justice Department officials said the plan was a n o t her scheme that simply wont work The officials said it would be the people of Little Rock rather than the courts that would reject the plan because it would mean the end of free public education which has become the foundation of the American way of life Dulles in to rf PROHIBITIVE cost also would be a major stumbling block the Justice Department spokesmen said Dr T J Raney president of the corporation said in Little Rock he had picked up one con tribution of 35000 for the plan but he declined to estimate the total His secretary reported at least three Baptist churches had been volunteered for classrooms as well as a carpenters union hall suites in talife insurance building quite a few rumpus rooms and large livingroom Raney announced Wednesday the corporation which has been stymied the Eighth UvS Cir cuit Cburt of Appeals in a plan to lease the four closed high schools and operate them as private insti tutions with state money had hit upon the neW plan THE PLAN is to operate pri vate segregated schools Raney doubted there wiirbe any for Ne private buildings with funds raised bypopular subscrip tion He said the corporation is ready to begin next week if the appeals court on Monday makes perma nent its temporary order to the school board not to turn over to the corporation the four high school buildings Little Rocks four public high been closed a month and 410 of the normal enrollment of 3698 students in them have transferred to schools in other lo calities IN W H E E L W R IGHT KY meanwhile there was trouble at an integrated school A fight be tween a white girl and a Negro girl touched off a noisy stonc demonstration Wednes day at the high school where Negroes were admitted in 1955 Authorities were forced to sus pend classes Virginia Gov J Lindsay Al mond remained silent on any plans for educating 12700 chil dren locked out of schools be cause of integration orders Priv ate groups continued efforts to STILL WANTVTO PLAY Omaha zookeeper Floyd Henton had a problem Every time he turned his back on three newlyacquired African mountain AP Photofax whammo His solution was catchers chest protector NOTworn on the chest The frisky animals quickly lost interest in the game SCOOPS UP IN LEISURELY MANHER The Case of the Thief PHILADELPHIA Asst Vice President Monroe W Long looked up from his desk at the Cheltenham National Bank and saw a tall slender man walk casually throughthe door The man was wearing white gloves and a checked lumber mans shirt He had a white handkerchief tied about his face and a pistol in his hand It was five minutes before closing Wednesday Some six customers were in the suburban bank The man paid no attention to them Without a word or a threatening gesture he walked among the customers He vault ed the counter and walked into the cage of Anna Kirk From his packet he took a large paper bag and standing be side Mrs Kirk he started fak ing money from her cash drawer She pressed an alarm button A bell clanged outside the ing The robber took no notjce never even looked up she Outside passersby crowded excitedly around the bank door The 30Long said to a second tellers cage then a thirdeach time filling his bag drawer never seeming to hurry he vaulted ter only then did he qurcktri to a rouse the customers One of i trie marble pen ahd pencil stand It missedthe rob ber a foot smashing the glass ofthe swinging door Trie robber pushed through the crowd on the sidewalk They gave way But Thomas Regan 21 an electric company meter reader ran toward the man as totackle him A woman school crossing guard scream ed Hes got a gun Dont botherhim some of the chil dren4 might ge hurt w a I kjejd t o c a r parked the curb fumbled with the door lock got in and drove off He hadnt said a word The car wasfound an hour later in a parking lot It had been stolen police said Later after the FBI arrived an agent said the robber got away with about Hopesto Clear Up Muddle WASHINGTON W Secretary of State Dulles has sent a mes sage to Formosa to straighten out an impression among Chi nese Nationalist leadersthat there had been a major shift of US policy Dulles said thatthe message was sent to Ambassador Everett Drumwright at Taipei Inform ants other than Dulles said it was intended for delivery to General issimo Chiang Kaishek and de signed to reassure him about the US position Dulles spoke briefly with re porters as he left by air for a long weekend at his private re treat on Lake Ontario Duck Is land PRESS CHIEF Lincoln White told newsmen Dullesr message was designed to clear up misun derstandings in Chiang Kai sheks government There first was a misinterpre tation given by the press out there and second they the Na tionalists were misinterpreting the misinterpretation it was ex plained Dulles statements were inter preted as meaning the United States was prepared to bargain with Red China on the future stat us or at least the military use of HE AP Photofax Latham Los Angeles tax expert has ac cepted President Eisenhowers invitation to become comrnis sioner of revenue Latham is 60 Ike to Make Cedar Rapids Appearance WASHINGTON W President Eisenhower Thursday added an appearance at the National Corn Picking Contest in Cedar Rapids Iowa Oct 17 to hisgrowing pre election travel plans The White House said it is prob still not definite Fail to Agree on Contract First Walkout Since 1945 DETROIT Wl The United Auto Workers Union Thursday struck General Motors after Ja final20hour bargaining session failed to bring contract ment covering 250000 workers Thousands of GM workers struck well in advarice of the of ficial strike deadline at 10 am GM Vice President Louis Sea ton head ofthecompany bar gaining team conceded anhour before the deadline that efforts to reach a settlement had failed Seaton termed the strike a useless type of thingwhich will result in loss of wages losses to our suppliers and dealers and to everyone from the baker to the butcher UAW PRESIDENT Waiter RMJ ther who Wednesday reached that he campaign in New FLYPAPER TAMPA Fla motor ship Caraval was enrcute to Honduras Thursday with a mess sloshing about its hold The ship was loaded with shipments of pancake flour and paper products After a welder worked on some fuel lines load of diesei oil was pumped aboad Its not quite clear what happened but the oi wound up in the hold with the flour and paper Capt Ivan Jones deferrec cleanup until the ship reachec Honduras and set out across the Gulf with hiscargo getting mes sier by the minute Second Batch of Korean Bonuses to Go in Mails DES MOINES bonus paymentstotaling will be mailed out to 4000 Iowa Yanks D HE Braves Q Q E World Series Linescore Mason City provide at least temporary revcterans and beneficiaries Fri lief A military institute at Salem burg N C announced that it from day Ray Kauffman executive sec retary of the Iowa Korean Bonus Board said the payments will bring the total amount paid to was recruiting students nearby Norfolk to attend night classes there Registration for Iowa veterans to The makeshift classes began for checks were mailed out 1000 students displaced from the month high school at Front Royal Va and the program is to get under way next week A spokesman for The payments Friday will go loj 3850 veterans and 150 beneficiar1 ies Kauffman said The Weather Generally Thursday night low in lower 40s Friday cloudy warmer high in mid to upper 60s ovya Partly cloudy and a little warmer Thursday night low in the 40s Friday partly cloudy with little change Minnesota Cloudy and warmer High Friday in low 60s GlobeGazette weather data up 08 am Thursday Maximum 61 Minimum 38 At 8 am 49 YEAR AGO Maximum 75 Nationalistheld islands of Que inoy and Matsu Chiang repliedin an exclusive interview with the Associated Press saying he found Dulles news conference statements un believable and that the US at titude expressed by Dulles ap peared to be incom patible with Nationalist Chinas determination to defend Quemoy and Matsu WHILE THE DULLES message to Chiang was secret officialsin formed of his thinking about the f a i r Seneral of carrying on friendly relations with the Na York City Oct 12 PRESIDENTIAL PRESS Secre tary James C Hagerty tolcL re porters that additional speeches may be scheduled within the next few days giving Eisenhower a bigger role in the Republican ef fbrtHo reqapture control of Con In order to visit CedaiCRapjds Eisenhower will extend Vpreyi ously announced Western tripIt had been scheduled to startwith a visit to Los Angeles Oct 20 Instead1Eisenhower will leave Washington Oct 17 with Mrs Ei senhower They will visit the corn picking competition at Cedar Rap ids that day and the President will at least say a few words Hagerty said contract agreement with Chrysler Corp expressed disappointment at his failure to achieve the same result with GM Reuther said he was not asking any more from GM than he had obtained in the FordChrysler agreements The UAW reached agreement threeyear con tract with Ford Sept 17 The Chrysler pact nearly duplicated the pattern Reuther workers are entitled tosome special con sideration in matters pertaining to wage inequities and short work weeks tionalist allies while trying to start active negotiations with the stressed t h e s e GMLIKE Communists points In his news conference talk imposed a major condition which the Communists would have tofulfill before the United States would wish to have a re duction or pullback of Nationalist forces from the coastal islands The condition is that there must be a dependable cease fire and so far the Reds have rejected the whole idea of a ceasefire Dulles left unchanged the US pledge not to bargain with the THE EISENHOWERS will move from there to Abilene Kan to visit the Eisenhower Museum es tablished in the Presidents home town Then for the first time since his heart attack three years ago the Eisenhowers will make a twonight stay home of Mrs Eisenhowers mother Mrs John S Doud From Denver hell move on to California Minimum 37 t a disappointing sales year for 1958 models and many workers had long layoffs or short work weeks most of the year the first national strike at GM since 1945 when the nations largest automobile manu facturer was tied up Jor 113 days in a dispute over wages Reuthers UAW settledwith Chrysler and Ford on a pattern calling for increases of 24 to 30 cents an hour over the threeyear life of the new The pacts also provided increases in supplemental unemployment pay and severance pay for workers who lose their jobs because plant shutdowns or transfers Seaton was asked if GM planned any move in the final hour of bar gaining We see no necessity for a new offer when weve already made one exactly like V that of Ford and Chrysler which the un ion said wasX good for the UAW State GOP Chairman LvL Jur g em e y e r Clinton expressed gratification over the selection of Iowa in these words We are extremely happy that President and Mrs Eisenhower are going to visit Iowa It is a j t v i o i L a 1V 1 Reds over any concession mvolvgreat tribute to our state a d ITltr iva t inn Dlicfl PViinaort a private group said classes for Healso announced the bonusj all 1700 idle pupils at Charlottesboard will disallow its first ap ville hnve been arranged Temperatures in Iowa Moderate Autumnlike temperatures have returned to Iowa following a brief spoil of wintry weather that plicationsMonday Kauffman said most of the 37 applications disallowed will be those of bene ficiaries who file improperly In most cases it will be a father who applied for the bonus although his wife was ahead of him in the line of beneficiaries Kauffman said The mother if she is living is always ahead ofj AP Photofax MANTLE FORCED AT SECOND Milwaukee short stop Johnny Logan catches a throw from vsecond sacker Red Schpendienst to force Mickey Mantle of New York in the first inning in Thursdays second game of the World Series Hank Bauer of the Yanks scored from third on the play however Traffic Toll Shows 37 Decrease DES MOINES cial traffic death toll dropped 37 per cent in September the State Safety Department reported Thursday Safety department records which cover traffic accidents on public roads list 39 highway fa talities during September as com pared to 62 killed in September 1957 September is the sixth straight month Iowas traffic jdeath rate has declined since the point system went into effect i April 1 The department also disclosed that 7349 Iowa drivers got points added to their records in Septem ber This was the second highest monthly total since April when 7833 drivers got points ing Nationalist Chinese Specifically he avoided any com ment that would change the US stand for leaving the legal title to Quemoy and Matsu in Nationalist control even if the defenses were pecially to the farmers es NAMED PRESIDENT DES MOINES W1D B Arn old Ottumwa is the new presi dent of the Iowa Welfare Assn and good for the nation he re plied BOTH GM and the UAW con ceded thatthe GM bargaining picture is the most complicated in the industry because the com pany has many more plants and thousands more workers than either Ford or Chrysler other members of the industrys Big Three Seaton said that GMs but put is so diversified ranging from automobiles to refrigerators to electric locomotives that there thousands of pay scales Recession Caused by GOP Truman CHEYENNE Wyo L cession and unemployment have been brought by the Republican party to almost every state ini Re chilled the state Wednesday the father he said Temperatures Thursday morn ingranging from 37 at Lam on RECORD LOSSES1 and Burlington to 52 at Sioux City BOSTON million fires well above Wednesdays I with aggregate destruction of S Truman charged in a speech low of 24 at Sibley Mason Cityj280000000 last year sent Amorijal Cheyenne Wednesday nicht had 38 Thursday compared to 27Jcan fire losses to the highest pointJTruman said The truth about the morning before in the countrys history the Nathis Republican administraiion is Southerly winds helped boost jtional Pure Protection Assn rcjapparent in a stagnant economy the mercury Thursday land a lagging national Change Localefor Balloon Launching CROSBY Minn The Air Force said Wednesday night it will launch its Man High III balloon flight to the stratosphere jfrom a site in New Mexico due to continued adverse weather in Minnesota The de jcisiwi came after high stralosi pheric winds forced a third post jponement of ihc projected ex AP Phoicfas Biack USE reran Irsffic dtalh in 24 hours WALKOUT AT GM PLANT Picket r lines arc set np at the main gate of the tional walkout The Grand Rapids plant jploratory flight to study mans j GM stamping plant at Grand Rapids is protesting local issues as well as gen Mich some eight hours ahead of the ua eral contract complaints reaction to space v   

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