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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 15, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited iotUM Horn t ITY G VOL 97 Associated Preu md IfltenutlOMl run Ltau Wirti T M I N E W S f A P I R T H A T M A K I J A L L N 0 R T H LOW AN S N E I G H I O R S MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY OCTpBER 15 HOME EDITION This Paper ConslsU of Four Key to Gets Blame ATlANTA believe they hold the key that will unlock the mystery of Southwide bomb ings by a secret ring of antiJew ish fanatics Officers investigating the dyna miting of The Temple arrested a fifth man and booked him on sus picion of bombing The Temple was bombed Sunday Capt R E Little identified the man as Wallace It Allen and said he was one of two men who helped plot the Atlanta bombing lastMay The other man accused of takingpart in the May mfeet ing is George Michael Bright35 Both live in Atlanta Thebreak in the investigation stemmed from a statement by ah unidentified man who saidhe and four others attended the meeting and planned the bombing ar the ALLENA CRIPPLE told resting officers if its bombing youre interested in I dont know anything about it Ive never even seen aslickof dyna Detectives said they found penciled drawings of a Nazi swas tika and antiSemitic literature in Allens home Under arrest in addition to Al len and Bright were Robert A Bowling 25 Luther King Corley 26 and Kenneth Chester Griffin 32 all of Atlanta Investigators said they believe vthat jVvhen the Atlanta blast is solved it will clear up other synagogue bbmbingsin Mi ami and Jacksonville Flat Nash ville Tenn and an attempted dynamiting in Birmingham Ala All the bombings have occurred in the past eight months Rewards for fheAtlanta dyna miters have climbed to 3f AT PEORIA ILL police chic Bernard Kennedy ruled out anti Seniitism as a possible motive fo the bombing of Peorias oldes Jewish house of worship He salt he was convinced the bombing the Work of a mentally deranged person Me police and FBI agents wen without cluesr Sixteen months ago an unex ploded bomb was found at thi construction site of the Aguda Achim Synagogue Kennedy sail the two bombs were identica and obviously made by the sam person Both Rabbi Ginsberg and Ken nedy said there was virtually n racial tension in PeoriaThe rab bi said he had received nowarn ings or other hints of trouble Rabbi Joseph Ginsberg who serves the temples 700 members said he believed the bombing had some connection with the dyna miting of the temple home of the Hebrew Benevolent Congregation in Atlanta Sunday on Forei Hassles Policy Tactics of Reds Attacked Attempt to Split Allies ALLS QUIET ON QUEMOY Four ChineseNationalist soldiers bide their timeby playing cards inL the sun atop their sandbagged gun emplacement on AP Pholofax Quemoy Island off the coast of Com munist China Things really are quiet now with the ceasefire now in its second week Plans to Divest Army of Experts Rapped WASHINGTON UPI Secretary of State Dulles accused Commu mst China Tuesday of trying to split Nationalist China and the Jnited States with its ceasefire actics in the Formosa area Dulles expressed hope at a news conference that the danger of wai has receded He intimated hat the U S had proposed that Red China and the United States take the Foimosa dispute to the world court But his cautious comments indicated that the Reds had rejected this Dulles said flatly he has no plans whatsoever to erahssimo Chiang Kai Shek to cut down his defense forces on Quemoy and Matsu He said he assumed Secretary of Defense McElroy now on Fgrmosa is talking to Chiang about increas ing firepower and redeploying forces WASHINGTON UPI The jny was Reported up in arms the lew civilian space agency to lake over 2000 Army missile scien istsi including Dr Werner von Braun A spokesman for T Keith Glen nan head of the new agency said no decision has been made but conceded that various trans Jenks Backs Consolidation of Stations DBS MOINES UPI The president of the Rock Island Rail road said Wednesday his firm would save up to 8250000 a year if given authority to close 57 small agency stations in Iowa D B Jenks Chicago presiden of the railroad made the state ment in testimony before the Injunction in Little Rock Case Again Extended ST LOUIS UPI The US 8th Court of Appeals Wednesday again extended a temporary in junction to prevent the leasing of Little Rock public schools to a private white corporation until it decides on an appeal from a US District Court The three judge court in 6 w a Commerce Commission niere The commission was asked by the railroad to allow the sta tion closings unless negotiation with the railway union allow agents from one station to tak care of more than one agency THE RAILROAD was seekinc to eliminate smalltown static masters who only work a minutes a day Jenks said There just is not enough for th agents to do to keep busy a some of the small stations h said The Rock Island president sai his railroad was seeking the sam authority from the Iowa com mission as was granted the Ch rs from the Army were under onsideration1 h Maj who eads the Army Ballistic Missile with Von Braun s his chief scientist at Hunts ille Ala flew to Washington nd Vas expected to see Presi entEisenhower m an effort to ead move BOTH MEDARIS ABMA and tie jet propulsion laboratory in California which collaborated vith Huntsville in launching the GEN JOHN MEDARIS The Weather cago Northwestern Railroad ear journed after hearing 45 said his of testimony and indicated it wUl fccklrn2 lhe same consolidation as hand down a written opinion on Ncjjhwestern only Mason City Generally fair and continued unseasonably warm Wednesdaynight Partly1 cloudy and not quite so warm Thurs day L ow Wednesday night near 50 High Thursday 75 to 80 Iowa Generally fair and warm through Thursday Low Wed nesday night in 50s Explorer satellite were reported involved in the projected trans v So far National Aero nautics and Space Agerfcy NASA has physically taken over only the Navys Vanguard earth satel lite project This transferred about 150 Navy scientists including Dr John P Hagen Vanguard director to the NASA payroll But President Eisenhower has sweeping authority to ordei further transfers to the civilian agency which was created by the last Congressand granted a bud get of niore than 300 million dollars todirect the exploration of outer space TH E ARMYS FIGHT apparent ly is to prevent NASA from ob taining operating control and physical possession of facilities NASA was in nominal control of last weekends Air Force lunar probe shot and will direct further moon experiments But in these cases the military services do the actual work NASA is known to be looking for a permanent laboratbrv and headquarters for the Vanguard scientists and others who may be taken over from the Army and Air Force Glennar said in ac cepting Hagens project that the Navy scientists would continue to use the naval research laboratory in Washington for the time be AP Pholofax NEW POPE Giacomo Cardinal Lercaro archbishop of Bologna Italy gestures as he leaves the railroad sta tion on his arrival m Rome Cardinal Lercaro an arch foe of communism is one of three Italians most promi nently mentioned as a successor to the late Pope Pius XII THE FACT IS Dulles said the Chinese Reds have shown no in terest at all m making any kind of a dea that could lead to re ducing Chiangs forces on the coastal islands In a statement opening his news conference Dulles said he hoped that the latest extension of the Quemoy ceasefire an nounced Sunday to be effective for two be extended again Hammarskjold Submits Peace Force Idea With respect to his charge oi attempting to force a split by driving a wedge between the U S and Nationalist China Dul les said that the Reds had de clared that the main themeof their announcements is that the Americans must abandon Taiwan1 Formosa and their alliance with the republic of China and go home HE ASSERTED however that the United States remains loyal to its treaty of mutual security with the Republic of China Competent sources on Formosa said Nationalist leaders were re signed to accepting the US pro posal that new weapons greater firepower replacesome of the manpower of the offshore islands garrison Some sources said as many as half the 100000 UNITED NATIONS UPI Dag Hammar skjold Wednesday outlined plans for a UN peace force He said it would never be used in combat operations or be involved in in ternal conflicts Hammarskjolds rules and principles for the use and recruit ment of a UN peace force were based on the experience of UN emergency forces now on duty m the Gaza strip and observer groups m Lebanon The question of a stand by peace foice suggested by President Eisenhower on Aug 13 was expected to be debated by the 81nation special political committee Wants Politics Left Out No Pressure on Chiang FROMOUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON President Ei senhower Wednesday sharply crit icized the involvement of Amer ican foreign policy In politics He said that he agreedwitS for mer President Truman that for eign policy should be kept out of he election year battles between the two parties Eisenhower told a newsconfer ence that he realized the inevita bility of charge and counter charge during a cam paign but that he still deplored partisan quarreling over foreign policy THE PRESIDENTS remarks vere prompted by recent squab ling among both Democrats and lepublicans accused each other of injecting the administra ions Far Eastern foreign policy the election campaign Eisenhower said that that when one side makes charges about foreign policy is goingto reply He said he de plores that He added that oppo nents hadmade many charges about him and he was not going i the end of next week Hammarskjold appeared to fall short Eisenhowers call for a forced in to give beset countries prompt and effective action tohelp safeguard their in dependence The Soviet Union has announced its opposition to any standby peace force r Hammarskjold said that the plans mustbe kept flexible to deal with each emergency situa tion as it arises He suggested a paramilitary force which would strike only in selfdefense Re cruits would be volunteers but would not include the forces oi any of the five permanent Secur ity Council members or the coun tries involved in a dispute It would be recruited only with to 120000 troops in the offshorejthe consent of countries con might be pulled back loltributing forces or materiel and ing Formosa only with the consent of the coun try involved It would be sent into action only by the Security Council or the General Assembly ultimate decisions on operations would be left to the secretarygeneral Tunisia Breaks Ties With Arab Republic TUNIS government of Tunisia Wednesday broke diplo matic relations withthe United Arab Republicafter a series of politicalbattles between the two Arab countries The break was announced by Dr Sadok Mokkadcm Tunisian secretary of state for foreign af fairs Tunisia has accused Presi dent Nasser of meddling in Tu would be sentinto a danger internal affairs o w the appeal in the near perhaps in a month The National Association fdr the Advancement of Colored Peo ple appealed a dismissal of its suit asking that the schoolleasing proposal be declared invalid US District Judge John E Miller of Arkansas refused case because he to rule in the claimed it in volved the constitutionality of Ar kansas law Readlyn Woman Dies in Street Accident READLYN itf Mrs William Heubner 70 of near ftoaiiyn was killed Tuesday in the collision than one agency Rock Island Rail UNDER THE PRESENT union contract a station agent nay not tiandle more However the road was seeking to negotiate a new contract which would allow the station masters to handle business at more than one small town Attorneys for the Rock Island said that if such negotiations with the union failed the railroad wants authority to close 57 of the Iowa stations will average 8 Temperatures to 12 degrees above normal Wednesday night Von Braun who during World War II led development of the Nazis V2 rocket generally is re garded as the USs top missile expert Plane Crash Fatal to Webster Cityan WEBSTER Benshoof Jr EPPLEY DIES j OMAHA C Eppley 4 whose chain of 22 holels oncej through next Monday with only minor daily changes Normal highs 62 north to 66 south Nor mal lows 39 north to 42 south No precipitation of conse quence is indicated Minrvcsota Fair continued mild High Thursday 72 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum Minimum At 8 am IYEAR AGO Maximum 1 Minimum 33 45 52 65 55 NO INTEREST AUSTIN Tex ffl An elderly CITY Paul L 32 operator of a flying service and manager of thoMunicipal Airport here was klled in an airplane crash Tues day He was flying a Waco biplane a World War II training plane when it plunged into a soybean field 200 yards from the airport Officials quoted farmers in the area as saying that minutes be fore the crash the pilot had been performing loops at low level The plane dug a 75foot long fur row before it stopped TREAD TROUBLE DALLAS same armored car has driven into the basement of the new City HaJl to pick up funds nearly every day for a an auto ana a pickup rack at reputedly made him the largestman walked into a savings and couple of years Tuesday the lop RcaHlynjinciividual hotel operator in Ihciioan associaio strcsl intersection in Three ocrsons injured inKvord died iThciioan association office hereVMoniof thetrucVrippcda pF Twhv bonw vt Inomas Rotrcr U U i tUtlrU i nt iv rivrii J y i iitncr iaillLCr t F Itollnan nffipp Imro tln lrl jt 1 lin Ur Tisesriny eluding Mrs Hcubners sislcrinjycars ago he sold hus hotels forilo ride a bus home An employenance V2S taken in criueal coiidsuuii pmaiion of which he was dlown pocket The nian rrusrnedigoi now lires he said Thicker burgh confers with his attovncv SJhiin Waterloo hospitaF recior JTucsday andrepaid the loan jtread McLaughlin The pupilsstruck to r Secretary of Jiad packtracked earlier cism of Nixons campaign discussion of foreign policy issues Dulles said hetwas really criticizing Democrats when he spoke out on the subject Tues day Nixon had charged thatthe pol icies of former Secretary of State Dean Acheson resulted in war the ElsenhowerDulles poli cies resulted in peace DULLES STATEMENT re eased by the State Department Press Office constituted his sec ond switch within 24 hours The original comment at Tuesdays news conference was open to the interpretation that he was criti cizing Nixdn and his first at tempt at clarification left no doubt of it Wednesday however Dullei said what he was actually doing was denouncing a foreign policy challenge issued Sunday by the Democratic Advisory Committee on Foreign Affairs The Chief Executive also made these points He described the recent bomb ings of Jewish synagogues as the work of hoodlums and latterday AlCapones and thought it was a complete insult that on occasion the bombers described themselves as members of the Confederate underground HE INDICATED that he felt preliminary plans for the federal budget for fiscal 1960 were too high He said that he believed the government was spending too much money and that these ex penditures should be reduced to the lowest possible point He reiterated the position he and Dulles have taken that a re duction in the Chinese National ist forces on Quemoy would be desirable from a military view point but the United States had no intention of attempting to dic tate to an ally He said he saw no use in attempting to hold a plebescite among the people of Quemoy and Matsu on their al legiance to Red China or the For mosa government engineer H I Gariand twoday walkout by 88 junior class mom f homework each night Rogers had T C f T T 1 i J DnCKiMi Oi tPit C10Qi the scSioo board ordered a 20day cooling oil period before reaching a decision BUck U means Iralflc I 24 1   

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