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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 21, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Ibwos Daily Newspaper Edited VOL 11 Associated Prew United FnH Wlrcf UTY ULOBEHbAZETTE i THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY OCTOBER 11 W5S HOME EDITION a Copy TMf Piper Two OM Demos Tactics of Backed LOS ANGELES UPI Presi dent Eisenhower Tuesday mount a new attack on the Demo crats accusing them of every thing frpm economic pocket picking to being politically nutty The Chief Executive as he car ricd the Republican cqngressioh al campaign up the West Coas north to San Francisco seemec convinced through his choice o unusually tough words that Vic President Richard MNixon ha the right idea in letting the oppo sition have it with both barrels Not since his own 1956reelec tion campaign had Eisenhowe employed such harsh labels fo hispolitical opposition as he di here Monday hight in the firs niajor speech of his ciirren cfosscbunlfy tour HE SAID the Democrats were suffering from political schizo phrenia He said they were dominated fay leftwing radicals given to demogogic Furthermore he told an audi ence of 6700 GOP precinct work ers and the state Republican campaign slale that unless they put more effort and money into the current campaign the Democrats would be unchecked in pursuing economic and poli tical goals at odds with Ameri can tradition The opposition record is one of ever higher taxes1 of dollars worth fifty of skyhigh prices of an econbmy harassed into producing fewer jobs chron ic unemployment labor strife fear of thefuture he said If you donltjAvantjLhat kinchpi gov ernment again work for a Re publican victory EISENHOWER did his best i AP Phgtofax SOME 206 pound pumpkin will provide enough stuffing for about 175 according to John Tavares Acushriet Mass who is doing the weighing Tavares who told of a bumper crop thought the 194pounder in the foreground was the whopper for the season one of his hired hien came in from the field with the block buster personal contacts and in speech to smooth relations in his be tween Sen William F Knowland running for governor and Gov Governor Denies Party Paid Debts DES MOINES Gov HerschelC Loveless said Tues day the Iowa Democratic Party paid no personal debts of mine because no debts An angry Democratic governor said he gave the Iowa party far more than during the last election The remarks at the Governors conference were Loveless first reply to testimony by Jake More former Democratic state chairman that of Lovless forGovernor campaign money was used to settle the Governors personal debts L L JURGEMEYER Clinton state GOP chairman called on Loveless Mondaynight to make rang Dulles in Confab Red Gunfire Continuing TAIPEI Formosa tary of Stale Dulles and President Chiang Kaishek opened their conference Tuesday against a Dackdrop of renewed Red can nonading of Quemoy After a meeting be tween Dulles and Chiang a State Department spokesman said that Mr Dulles is twist any bodysarm or apply any heat or pressure While the talks progressed the Chinese Communists put their shore guns into action for the sec ond day but ona much lighter scale The DefenseMinistry said up to noon only 362 had hit fj Quemoy compared with more than 11500 Monday BUT THERE was no doubt abrupt Red decision to end the Communistimposed c e a s efire had an importantbearing on the DullesChiang discussions Joseph Greene special assist ant to Dulles said Dulles first conference with Chiang was a stocktaking of the present situ ation He said the political and military situation was being as sessed along with Communist propaganda Greene took this tack on re ports that the United States pressure on Chiang to cut down the offshore islands in the hope of obtaining a per manent ceasefire He said applying heat or pres sure would riot be ih time with the relationship of mutual trust and of the two counr tries as Mason City Boy Hit by Goodwin J Knight seeking Knowpublic his 1957 personal income VICE PR ESID AP Photofax SELFBOOSTER Charles Hamilton 37causes quite a stir in downtown Detroit as hepushes this seven foot wooden sign up and down the twicedecor ated World War IIvet Hamilton lost his regular job as a machine repairman a year ago when his employer went bankrupt and all hes had since isa few odd jobs Now hes out after something more permanent Dies Michael C DeMouth Victim Youth Tossed From Bicycle Michael Craig DeMouth 13 died early Tuesday at a Mason City hospital where he was taken Monday evening after being struck by a truck The boy son of the Launn S DeMouths 2400 Grover S W was hit as he rode a bicycle in the 2400 block of 19th SW The driver of the threeton stiaight truck was Fred Oliver Davis 60 513 S 8th Clear Lake Injuri MICHAEL C DeMOUTH The DeMouth boy injuries in the 6 and died at 1 30 lands vacated Senate seat Both candidates applauded when the1 President said Lets have no more family bickering but there was no sign of a working KnowlandKnight alliance coming out of Eisenhowers two days in California Both Knowland and Knight tax return to determine whether Loveless reported receiving the 53000 as income After denying Mores state ment Loveless closed the discus sion and told newsmen not going to spend my t i m e answering Republican charges Im going to continue to Cheng Chiangs declared that to cut the size of the garrisons or to pull out of the offshore islands would definitely lead to a largescale war Chen told xa rally in Taipei on Overseas Chinese Day he was not surprised that the Reds had brok en the ceasefire because all munist pledges are wortjiless He said the United Slates fully un derstands the true nature of the Communists Dulles met with Chiang exactly 24 hours after the Communists broke their selfimposed cease fire It had lasted 15 days After a heavy barrage Monday shell suffered head p m accident am The Weather FVJ Ill along with Rep Pat Hillings thehalk about the issues in the cammLwas hSht Tuesday GOP candidate for slate attorneyjpaign general were to accompanythe President to San Francisco Tues day for two1 GOP meetings Knowland introduced meetings the Presi It was dent Monday night Knights turn Tuesday MEANWHILE a leading South ern Democrat urged his partys national chairman to quit talking about civil rights and other is sues that might damage party1 chances Sen George A Smathers TD The secretary of state arrived in midmorning in a military jet LOVELESS SAID he had no tanker which flew the polar route idea what More did or did not do with his campaign funds in 1956 but none of the money was used to pay any of his personal debts Asked whether he believed the Republicans would make further charges against him Loveless re plied Sure They are only down to rumor 19 Theyve got 38 more to go Loveless said the Republicans Photo on Page 3 FOREST CITY A truck driver burned to death in the cab of his vehicle near here early Tuesday when his gasoline trans port truck went off a county road turned over and burst into flames The burned and charred body of a man identified as Rodney Krueger21 Waseca Minn was pulled from the still burning truck after a nearby farmer the blazing vehicle to author ities POLICE WERE TOLD by a witness in an oncoming car that the bicycle rider was going west on the right shoulder of the road Police also were told that the truck going west too did not leave the pavement Officers say it may have been that roughness on the shoulder tKrew the bicycle in front of the truck The bike and rider were trucks right front fender Davis told police he was watch ing the roadway ahead and was not aware of the bicycle until an Mason City Cloudy and colder Tuesday night and Wednesday with occasional light rain likely Wednesday morning Low Tues day night around 40 High Wed nesday around 52 Iowa Partly cloudy Tuesday cooler west high 60s west to 70s east Partly cloudy v cooler Tuesday night low 40s west to 50s east Partly cloudy Wed nesday cooler southeast t Minnesota Light Araih mixed Colder High Wed riesday in 40s GlobeGazette data up to 8 a m Tuesday 2 Bandits Held After Manhunt i Terrorized Farm Couple f WEBSTER CITY men sought for holding up a Jewell cafe and later terrorizingvafarni couple were apprehended day morning as they walked along a country road 2V4 miles south west of Jewell The capture climaxed a man officers searctf after 4 nm when a holdup was staged at the Royal 400 Service Cafe in The Station and instant before the accident swerved to the left heard the collision impact and stopped He is not being charged Fla in a letter to Chairman Paul have turned to attacks on him are M Butler urged that Butler cease firing on the issues of i960 and concentrate on winning the elections of 1958 What aroused the ire of the Southerners was a statement Sun day by Democratic National Chairman Paul M Butler He told interviewers Southern Democrats ought either to accept a strong civil rights plank in the 1960 Democratic platform or leave thc personally because afraid to talk about they the issues Americans Among Kidnapees in Cuba HAVANA Cuban rebels kid naped two Americans and seven Cuban employes of the American from England He said histalks with Chiang are not aimed at reaching any new agreements We hope through reexamina tion to consolidate a relationship of mutual trust and confidence which is of immense value to the free world he said Some of Safe Loot Found Along Road WATERLOO WVSome of the taken in safe breakins at the Moose Lodge at Oelwein Sun day night has been recovered along a ditch on US 20 just eaft of here Herbert Brown Raymond told authorities he was driving along the highway Monday when a dol THE INTENSE HEAT had caused the cab to collapse so that it had to be pried open to re lease the body The body was taken to the Boughton Funeral Home Britt The truck and trailer were ownecl by Gayl Johnson Swea City and leased to Midland Co Operative Oil Co Minneapolis Both were burned completely There were 8300 gallons of gas in the tank THE ACCIDENT happened at am about three miles south and one miles west of here on the Crystal Lake road Believe Arsomst SetTwo Fires at Iowa State Barns AMES and local au thorities Tuesday were investigat ing the possibility of arson in con nection with two fires in Iowa State College barns on successive nights The latest fire Monday night hit the college horse than 24 hours after half the main cat tle barn located about 50 feet away was gutted by flames Ames Kenneth Tay lor said there was evidence of owned Texaco refinery at Sandrove back and found about tiago De lar bill flew past his window Hejdriver when he weaved from one Monday and nedjmore inbills along with some en with them into mountain hidejyelopes taken from the lodge party Several Dixie Democrats saidjouts The US embassy in HajAuthorities said the thieves prob Butlcr should leave the parly vana said the nine men werejably figured they were being One called him a radical and anseized by a rebel band near the other said he was pitching refinery Northern radical voles and spe cial minority interests chased panicked and threw the money into a ditch CHAMPION STEER KANSAS CITY Mo Jcss 1030pound Angus steer owned by 15yearold Laurel Lee Mugge Clcghorn Iowa Monday was judged grand champion steer of the 60th American Royal Livestock and Horse Show Andy Knutson Decides Hell Cast Ballot for His Wife side of the road to the other OKLEE Minn much publicized Coya Come Home campaign by Rep Coya Knut husband Andy appar an he son s ently has ended with the nouncement Tuesday that SAME k ilij KiJili rfls jrsth is psst pians to vote for his wife in the November elections Mrs Kwtson a Democrat won the renomination in the despite the fact that Andy an Oklee hotel operator supported a second Democratic candidate He started his come tome drive last spring claiming that the congrcsswomans long ab sences in Washington wers P their homt 50yearold opera tor told a reporter he was giv ing up the campaign to get his wife out of Congress 1 guess Im going to vote for my wife Knutson said Im a Demo crat and so I cant for Odin Langen Langen is opposing Mrs Knutson on the Republican side of the ballot 45 year old congress woman has represented this northwestern Minnesota farm ing area for iwo terms She rs fused fiatiy to listen to her bus bands picas and the two have not seen each other for months Omahan Convicted of Slaying Sailor at Carter Lake COUNCIL BLUFFS Poltawattamie County Distric tourt jury here Monday nigh found Larry Jackson 34 Omaha guilty of second degree murde in the shooting of a young sailori Jackson had been charged wit the firstdegree murder of Jos eph D Nixon 18 Omaha Jul 13 as he sat with his girl frient Rita Jean Ficke 15 near Carte Lake The jury reached its decisio after nearly four hours of delib eration Jackson a former Omah apartment house caretaker snowed no emotion as jury fore iman Raymond Wood read Uicl lacxson had boon called rnrirly illiterate by his auorj jncys hich damage was limited to a larred wall and the loss of about at the time of the accident 0 bales of hay About 12 horses ere in the barn at the time but It was believed that Kruegerarison JIJ Monday nights blaze in lad taken the blacktop road be cause Highway 18 to the west is torn upjiuring resurfacing work Highway Patrolman Burdette Petersen Forest City specu lated the driver went to sleep at the wheel The driver of a film transport truck told authorities he had passed the gasoline transport earlier on US 69 south of here and had honked his horn at the THE BOY was thrown onto the shoulder of 19th SW just west of McKmley boundary of West HaverT The bicycle was torn apart The boys glasses were broken and one shoe was thrown off stilltied Police said it was dark at the time There are nostreet lights in the area which is about a quarter of a mile inside the west city limits The driver of the oncoming car said the bicycles headlight was shining as he approached The bike had luminous tape on the rear fender and a small iaillight However it was not possible to tell whether the rear lightwas working because of the extent to which the bicycle was damaged Both the truck and the car it was meeting had dimmed lights Maximum Minimum At 8 a m YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 78 41 50 56 43 one was injured Taylorsaidit appeared that oil ad been splashed on the north all of the structure The two buildings are Ushaped tructures located in the north ast corner of the campus THE DEATH of the DeMouth boy gives Mason City its third traffic fatality this year in which the total number of col lisions is dropping in t h e city Last year there were no motor vehicle deaths in the city The last previous year in which more than two died in auto accidents was than a decade ago The earlier traffic victims this year were Audrey Freese Nora Springs Route 2 and Paul Dolan 1657 6th SW The woman was killed when April 8 near Taylor Bridge Dolan died in a cartrain accident on 4th SW THE BOY was born Aug 31 1945at Ainsworth Neb He was adopted by Laurin S and Ruth A DeMouth iri1953 Surviving are the foster parents and two broth ers and four He was amember p of Our Saviors Lutheran Sunday School and was baptized in the Lutheran Jhurch in infancy He attended 6th grade at Hoover School Funeral services will be held at Our Lutheran Church p m Thursday The Rev J Enderson will officiate Burial will be in Memorial Park Ceme teryFriends may call from 2 p m until noon Thursday at the was localized when Mrs Clarence Johnson farm wife notified authorities that1 the pair had heldagun on her husband m the Johnson farm home a mile slouch arid a mile west of JewelL COUNTY Ray Lear came upon the pair as they walked along the road They offered no resistance and were unarmed at Lear Sam Parris 40 and David Lowell Olds of tesvM6ines both recently were releasedfront the Iowa penitentiaryr Neither one said had admitted either the holdup or the incident at the Johnson farm In Jewell night man Leo Chris tiansen at the service station said one of the holdup pair had a gun He said the bandits Major Memorial Chapel cash from his billfold and to from the cash register Two truckers in the station cafe were not robbed The holdup occurred about 4am A SHORT TIME later the hold up car went into a ditch near the Johnson farm and the men roused Johnson He tried unsuc cessfully to pull their car from the ditch his tractor As Johnson returned to his house he saidone of the a gun pri himHe told take hiscar and they ripped the telephone from the wall andleft Earlier they had ripped out the phone at the cafe Mrs Johnson meantime had slipped away and ran to a neigh bors home to telephone the alarm Peace officers converged oa the area and started an inten sive search of farm buildings and fields Sheriffs and deputies from Hamilton and Stpry counties sev en highway patrolmen four Amea officers and Jewell constable Roy Miller took part in the hunt FATAL ACCIDENT Arrows indicate the truck arid District Judge Folsom Everest smashed bicycle in a collision 106 in Ma 1 hope my vote will set the sentencing for 10 am on son City that took the life of Michael CraipT DeMouth her feel better Andy said NOV 3 13 of 2400 19th SW The truck driven by Fred Oliver Davis 60 Clear Lake was stopped about 100 feet be yonc the point at which the bicycle and boy were thrown on the shoulder of the highway   

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