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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 3, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Daily Newspaper Edited for T H I N I W I r A r I R T M A T M A K E S ALL NORTH IOWANS Nil a HI OR S HOME EDITION VOL N Associated PreM Vnite4 PTCM brterutioiul Full Lean Tc Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY OCTOBER 3 1951 Thli Paper ConsUts of De Gaulle His Algeria Plan BRUSH FIRE IN MOUNTAINS seaplane swoops down over a huge brush fire involving 1500 acres in the mountains at Monrovia Calif to dropwater on the blazing hillside Some 10 homes have been destroyed APPhptofax thus far in the Los Angeles suburb and more than 1000 firefighters were called in Hundreds of residents had to be evacuated as were the occupants of two sanitar iums Nixon Adlai Debate in Same Hall The Weather Mason City Partly o u d y through Saturday noimportant itemperature change Low Fri day night upper 40s High Sat urday near 70 OAKLAND Calif W Vice President Nixon and Adlai Stev enson debatedTonnpsa and other issues Thursday face toface but backtoback The old foes and potential fu ture rivals for president spoke in adjoining halls of thfe massive Oakland Civic Auditorium A thick fire wall separated Repub licans from Democrats Nixon told the Republicans the Eisenhower administration op poses turning the islands of Que moy and Matsu over to the Chi nese Communists He said to do so would be a reward for aggres sion The Vice President spoke of the administrations policy as being flexible toward negotiation if the Chinese Communists agree to a ceasefire But he said it is firm against yielding to the use of force STEVENSON TOLD the Demo crats that the United States should make clear it will fight to defend Formosa but that the tiny islands off the coast of China are another matter He said Quemoy and Matsu his torically always have belonged to China He also said the present fight between Nationalistsand Communists is a continuation of the Chinese Civil War in which he believes the United States should not intervene Nixon winding up a campaign of his home state spoke 850 persons who paid a plate for dinner and 1000 more who chipped in each just to listen He was flanked by Sen Sat u r d a y Little temperature change Low Friday night in 40s FiveDay Iowa For thefiveday p e r i od Saturday through Wednesday temperatures will average 3 to 6 degrees above normal with slow warming trend through Monday and lit tie change thereafter Normal highs 67north to 72 south mal lows 44 north to 48 south No precipitation of consequence is Minnesota Most fair warmer SDHigti Saturday 75 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Friday Maximum Minimum At 8 am YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 67 49 53 72 43 AHHHH LONDON makes a woman happy The question was posed at Britains Wqmen of the Year luncheon Thursday Marrying a fine said Lady Attlee wife of Britains former Laborite prime minis ter Giving and receiving said ballerina Beryl Grey But most agreed with come dienne Joyce off my girdle at the end of the day 2 TeenAgers Die 5 Injured in Auto Accident SPIRIT LAKE A car in which seven Spirit Lake Com munity School students were rid ing crashed Into a tree and burned in the little town of Or leans Thursday night leavin two dead and two others in crit cal condition Three were hos pitalized with serious injuries Authorities said the car wa I going at high speed and skidde William F Knowland and Gov i about 450 feet after missing Goodwin J Knight Republican nurve on Iowa 276 around th west side of the lake In the ca were four boys and three girls Killed were Wendell Mertens 13 son of Mrs Minnie Mcrten and Eva Belle Sturies 15 daugh ler of Mrs George Furne Spir Lake Listed in critical condition at the Spirit Lake hospital were Marly Walsh 15 daughter of Mr and Mrs Bernard Walsh of Jack nominees for each others present job STEVENSON attracted 1400 to a fundraising rally scaled at and Nixon made several passing references to orators in the other room but did not mention Stevenson by name Knight was more pointed He described the gentlemen next door as some with holes in their shoes some with holes Stevenson ture became a trademark of the two4ime Democratic presidential in their heads A holeintheshoe pic son County Minn and Sharon Hoffman 15 daughter of Mr and Innocent Plea by Whiteside in Bribe Case WASHINGTON Uf Miam awyer Thurman A Whitesid ileaded innocent Friday to barges of corrupt influence1 but iiscodefendant former Federal lommunications Commissioner ttchard A Mack did not appear or arraignment t Macks counsel told US Dis rict Court the former commis ioner who resigned under fire of a congressional investigation s under treatment in a Miami hospital Judge BurnitaS Matthews set Whitesides trial for Jan 6 She gave Justice Department attor neys a week to check up on Macks physical condition Indictments against the two men grew out of the award o television channel 10 in Miam while Mack was a memberof the commission Mack receiving financial favors from Whiteside but both men deniec any improper influence on Macks official conduct Public Service Television Inc a subsidiary of National Airlines was the successful applicant ou of four contenders for the prizec channel Whiteside was backin Public Service Pair Found Dead at Sioux City US Tries t to Soothe Nationalists TAIPEI The Jnited States has reassured Na ionalist China there isno change n its policy of refusing to give ground in the face of continued Communist attacks on Quemoy and of demanding a ceasefire US Ambassador Everett F Drumbright relayed this informa tion from Secretary of State Dul les to President Chiang Kaishek Thursday night CHIANGS REACTION was not disclosed but the Foreign Minis try rejected again Dulles sug gestion for reducing Nationalist military strength on the offshore Tells of Offers Probers Hear Incidents DBS MOINESW GMurray Republican candidate for governor told the Iowa Legis lative Investigating Committee in a statement Friday that he had rejected indirect campaign con tribution offers of and Murray said lie rejected both offers the offer was made by three men whom he canno identify and the offer wa from a man whom he could pnlj describe and did not know Mur ray said Murrays outline of the inciden was given inthe statement taken by AsstvAtty Gen Don CSwan son who is serving as counsel fo the committee MURRAY SAID he contacted the three men in the fall of 1957 in aDes Moines hotel while he was making a survey to decide whether he should enterthe race for the Republican nomination for goyernorr After he approached the three men Murray said in the hotel lobbybne of Murray wouldhavea raising campaign funds One of the men said need and another said he knew where Murray couldget it Mur ray related candidate then asked whether the money wouldbe com ing from outside the state and one of the that prob ably some oft it would Murray said it was his immedi AP Photofax TENUS DE MUD Soggy University of Utah coed Evelyn Wilson draws a stare from equally stained Tom Hester after the Salt Lake schools derby held in awaterdrenched 100footlong pit The event drew 500 clean students as spectators but most of them got closer than they should Freedom Insists on Strong Ties FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES CONSTANTINE Algeria Premier Charles de Gaulle Fri day offered a revolutionary five yearplan for the economic and social development of Algeria He challenged the Moslem rebels to lay down their arms and ouild the countrys future together with France De Gaulle announced his long awaited program in a major speech before a crowd of 7000 Moslems and European settlers I have come here to announce to you the future of Algeria he said PACT SIGNED BUT islands if the Communists will stop shooting Thus the two governments held different policies on ending the ormosa Strait crisis now in its 2nd day Communist Chinese guns encir Ling the Quemoy islands contin ed to batteraway firing 1143 hells during the early morning ours BUT THERE WAS increasing elief the artillery blockade was osing its effectiveness as sea onvoys and air drops kept on un oading supplies A massive in rease in their size is expected oon with the help of US equip ment now being turned over to he Nationalists Four Communist MIGlTs at SIOUX CITY per sons were found dead Thursda Mrs Lyle Hoffman Spirit Lake night in thejr lworoom r Seriously injured were two broth nl herei apparenUy victims 0 ers of Wendell Mertens Marvin 16 and Bernell 17 and James Reed 16 Spirit Lake candidate Stevenson didnt hesitate to needle Nixon He started right off by saying he didnt know whichj Nixon was behind the i An nun I new or the old He criticized1 Tor Enters Hospital ate decision not to have anything to do with such an offer and that this ended the conversation He added that there was no in dication given as to sources from outside the state which might make campaign contributions MURRAY SAID he hasnt been contacted by the three mensince and would not know how to reach them now He said he could not identify the men because the con versation was brief and because he had meta great number of people during the past year The offer was made to him at State Day of the 1958 Iowa State Fair Murray said He said he did not know the name of the man that he did not ask the mans name and that he did not recognize the man as be ing an employe of the state or any state jpfficial Murray said the man asked if he Murray would be interested in receiving and said that ire Still Closed DETROIT General Motors and the United Auto Workers reached agreement on a threeyear master contract Thursday night but GMs vast industrial empire remained shut down Friday by a UNDER HIS PLAN De said at least onetenth of the young men joining the French civil administration during the next five years must come from the Algerian communities De Gaulle said last Sundays constitutional referendum eri gages Algeria and France for ever He thus dashed hopes of Alger ian rebels fornndependence There are only routes or fraternity he said like every where m France has for its part chosen fraternity strike of its 250000 UAW members UAW President Walter P Heuther hailed the new national agreement for the nation good for the UAW and good for GM but he cautioned that GM workers at 126 plants across the country were authorized to remain on striketo back up local demands A companywide walkouVagainst GM preceded the new pact by 12 hours Before that there had been a rash of wildcat strikes The old contract ran out four months ago and tensions had mounted recent weeks under nocon tract operations A major complaint at local lev els has been socalled wage in equities in GM pay for similarly classified jobs Th e n ation al a gr eem en t es ta b lishes a fund into which the com pany will pay half a cent hourly for each worker to narrow differ ences acked Nationalist cargo planes over Quemoy Friday One trans port was heavily damaged and orced to land on a Quemoy jeach The radio operator and he navigator were wounded It was the first Communist at tack on a Nationalist air drop mission since they began inmid September GETS 5 YEARS ELDORA UPI Lawrence Blanchard 15 Des Moines was sentenced to five years in prison Thursday here for beating a cot tage parent John Eyerly at the Eldora State Training School such a contribution might be available if Murray would give verbal approval to the appoint ment of an individual to a state office if Murray were elected Murray said his immediate re actionwas to get away from the man and that he immediately turned away without further con He said the man did the appointment for versalion not want i himself HE SAID HIS fiveyear pro gram also called for Distribution of 500000 acres of arable land to the Moslems New jobs must be found for 400000 Moslems There are an estimated one million unemployed Moslems in Algeria and they con stitute the main manpower pool of the rebels All Algerian Moslems to go to school At present only a fraction 120000 Moslem children go to school in the territory The General appealed to the Al gerian rebels to lay down their arms and end the conflict Cease these absurd combats and immediately you will see hope flourish throughout he said ONE WILL SEE the prisons opened and one willseethat this land is big enough for everyone The Premier said he would an nounce his political plans for the territory at a later date He said that intwo months PRIZE WINNER IS LOSER BERLIN West Berlin city government employe won a prize Friday for an economy suggestion that abolished his own job AP Photofax FARMER AT HEART Gov Herschel Loveless tries his hand at milking the Guernsey national grand champion at the Dairy Cattle Congress in Wa terloo The animal Scnecaside Meryl of Woodacres Farm Princeton N J was the grand champ last year too accidental carbon monoxide po soning The bodies of Mr and Mrs William Priest both in their 60s were found by friends who had come to see a vacant apartment in the building Elma School Head Boy Hurt in Highway Crash ELMA Two persons were injwilh Brandmill had a broken col President Eisenhower and Secre WASHINGTON and Woodbusy County Coroner tary of State Dulles for President Eisenhower cnIThoiras Coridcn said the two had Authorities changing their positions on Forjlercd Waller Reed Army Hospilbeen dead for at least 24 b jured in a cartruck collision near here Thursday Hospitalized it New Hampton was Elma School Superintendent Sinsmore Brandmill and a stu icent George Tiusty said Brand mil observed Our agile tal Friday for a physical checkA nonvcnlcd space heater bone Vice President wont have much up It is the annual goingover he islili going in the apartment and Ihruisns broken ribs a broken lar bone as well as cuts and bruises The driver ot the gas truck Richard Rosauer was not in jured Pleasant Weekend in Store for Iowa lowans may look forward to pleasant weather through the weekend the Weather Bureau as sured Friday Afternoon tempera tures were due to be in the 60s and 70s This would be a continuation of the warming trend which began Thursday with afternoon read ings up to 68 degrees at Sioux jCily Mason City had 67 BOTH REUTHER and GM Vice President Louis G Seaton ex pressed hope the local grievances would be settled quickly so GM could get into full production of 1959 cars and trucks GM was the last of the auto motiveBig Three to agree with the UAW on a contract settled Sept 17 after a sevenhour strike Chrysler set tled Wednesday without a strike GMs settlement followed the pattern of the Ford Chrysler acts The threeyear contract replacing the agreement that an out May 29 provides GM workers will get between 24 and 30 cents hourly increase over the ife of the contract GM FOLLOWED Ford and Chrysler in giving the UAW conThursday asaresuirofTn cessions including continuation dent Tuesday that took the life of pay boosts if the cost of living o Mrs Allie McKeag 69 Bur time when France holds its gen eral elections Algeria alsowill elect her representativesto the new parliament and that at least twothirds of them must be Mos lem citizens Such a move has been opposed by the French settlers in Algeria and by many Frenchmen in France itself They claim it would set up a solid bloc of 150 Moslem deputies m the 620man chamber Iowa Driver Faces Manslaughter Count SIGOURNEY Heisdorffer 44 Harper was charged with manslaughter continues to increase an increase in supplemental unemployment pay and a severance pay plan to take care of workers who lose their jobs when plants are closed or moved GMs average hourly wage is the highest in the as compared with at Ford and at Chrysler New Market Boy 1 Run Over by Father NEW MARKET Brandmili ihe boy and Rosaueri The lowest the mercury got in ail live at Elma ilhe Friday morning 4IjSrd Wilson 2 New Market was The accident happened aboutldegrces atLamoni and Burlingkilled Thursday when he was run lington Mrs McKeag died Wednesday in a Fairfield hospital of injuries she suffered in the headon colli sion near Richland Sheriff John Wallerich said Heisdorffer was driving in the wrong lane when the collision occurred trouble catching up ihas every fall twas blamed for the 1 Young Tlusty who was ridingihcre and cuts and pm at an intersection a i Ion The outlook was for lcmperaovcr by a car his father was south and a mile east of tures mostly in he 40s again Satbacking out of their driveway lurday morning in ere SAME   

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