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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 8, 1954, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowos Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE H I N I W S A I R THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS ssBs VOL LXI Associated Frets and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY NOVEMBER 8 1954 This Paper Consists of Two One No 2S Strong Protest Over Attack on RB29 Variety of Accidents Claim Nine Iowa Lives on Weekend One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor Educations Two Top Assignments THIS visit with you is prompte by American Education Wee which is being observed at thi time In it I should like to consic er with you what I regard as th major assignments confron ing our schools colleges and um versities in the quarter centurj ahead I wont attempt to look be yond that The one which faces all state and practically every communit is how to find classroom space an qualified teachers for the tremen dous increase in our school popula tion these past few years Its re lated to the unprecedented numbe ofbabies born in America sine World War II This tidal wave is already beinj acutely felt in the lower grades Before we know it the swell wil move into our high schools am then it will engulf our institution of higher learning If America is to keep her placi In the sun if our way of life is i perpetuate itself if we are to win our longterm lifeanddeath con test with that most evil jphilosoph ever foisted upon mankind Com munism we must face up to thii challenge andmake No order of Business Desegregation J Problem Ill be coming back to this sub ject a little later But in the mean time I should like to consider with you the second major assignment which confronts American educa tion My reference is to the rulinj by the highest court in the land to the effect that there shall be no color line in our system of public education I should be able to present my thoughts about this rather concise ly and get back to the broader and perhaps even more important aspect of the topic which I intro duced as Assignment No 1 The Supreme Court opinion on school desegregation will I sus pect stand as one of the most im portant prbducM of that tribune in the history of our country It paves the way to spelling out one of the two issues decided by the war between the states In one of these it was deter mined that our union of states is indissoluble Secession is not states right In the other equality as between Negro and White was established The first was ever so much more palatable to the van quished than was the latter Progress in Rovorit For a good many years after the Civil War progress toward the goal of racial equality was pain fully slow Often it could be bet ter described as retrogression than us progress The one most important fact to be noted in a backward look at all that has happened since the Civil War the era of the carpet baggers the era of the Man and finally the era of approach to eco nomic equality for the Negro is that were dealing with a prob lem which has been a long time in the making Slavery as an institution came to our shores some two and a half centuries ago It became part and parcel of our Southern States econ omy Both the industry and the culture of owr Dixieland were buflt either on it or around it It follows then in logic as well from observing the lessons of experience that a problem which was the product of an extended period of history isnt going to be completely and perfectly solved overnight It was created by evo hition its solution cant be and shouldnt be by revolution RtttMtt Mvtiwi All of this by way of suggest ing that those of us in the North where the problem has never been than academic for most part should exercise a good bit of tolerance toward those on the ground whose lives are touched day bf the problem Were CONTIWUIO Off MCI 2 AP Wirepholo IN HOSPITALMarilyn Monroe Monday had minor surgery at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital in Hollywood The sultry screen star shown above as she posed Saturday for publicity shots with Tom Ewell costar of The Seven Year entered the hospital Sunday for a minor gynecologi cal operation which will keep her in bed for four days Saigh Enters Ward Battle ST LOUIS Saigh for mer owner of the St Louis Cardi nals said Monday he has enteret be battle for control of Montgom ery Ward Co with a 21poin irogram for complete reorganiza ion of the firm I have made an extensive sur ey and find that the majority o the stockholders dont wish to vote or Sewell Avery present chair man of the Saigh said At the same time they don eem to think that Louis E Wolf on is the answer he said Wolfson Florida businessman nd president of New York Ship milding and Capital Transit o Washington D has announcec lis plans for gaining control Saigh said he has asked stock olders in a Wall Street Journal dvertisement not to give their iroxy votes until they have in estigated his plan Kefauver Not Prexy Candidate Right Now BIRMINGHAM Ala UP en Estes1 Kefauver aid Sunday night hewas not a andidate at this for the 956 Democratic presidential nomi ation but added that no one mows what the future Six Killed on High ways Two Die of Burns Floyd Boy Among List of Victims By the United A variety of accidents claime nine lives in Iowa during the week end The toll included six highwa fatalities and two deaths resultin from fires Louis Vanderschaaf 57 Orang City died Sunday in a Davenport hospital of injuries suffered whe he was hit by a car on U S 6 two miles south of Princeton Oct 31 The car that hit him did not stop Sheriff Pete Wildman said Paul Ollieslager 33 Geneseo wa taken into custody at Camanch a short time after the accident The sheriff said Ollieslager will b questioned after he completes term in County Jail at Clinton o a charge of driving while intoxi cated Auto Hits Troo Vernon Rice 26 Ottumwa diei Saturday night in an Oskaloos hospital of injuries suffered earlie in the day when the car in whic he was riding missed a curve a Beacon rolled over and hit a tree Rice and five others were thrown from the car Leroy Todd 22 was hospitalize in serious condition and Cairo Jones 24 was listed in good condi ion The others weretreated am eleased Earl De Poy 64 Palo farmer died enroute to a Cedar Rapid wspital Saturday of injuries suf ered when his pickup truck col ided with a passenger train at a country road crossing about two miles west of Palo Charles W Johnsen 53 Neola was killed Saturday when his trac tor ran off a county road two miles north of Underwood Mrs Frank Kasper 71 Sioux City was injured fatally Saturday when she fell from a car being driven by her husband and was run over at a Sioux City inter ection Fill Out of Car Police said Frank Kasper 78 was backing the car from one treet into another while his wife directed him with the car door open They said Kasper lost con rol Mrs Kasper fell out and was run over Arend Davies 56 Melborne lied in an Osceola hospital Satur day of injuries suffered when a motorized handcar on which he was riding collided with a cream ruck at a Rock Island Railroad rossing four miles northwest oi Melbourne Wednesday Davies was a track supervisor or the Cowrie branch of the Rock sland Thomas C Humes 72 suffocated Saturday night in a fire that des royed his onestory shack in New About The Weather City Continued fair Fair and cooler Pleasant Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 Mon day Maximum 68 Minimum 35 At 8 39 YEAR AGO Maximum 40 Minimum 19 MM on Firemen pulled Humes from the lurning building in which he lived lone but he was dead Coroner D Norris said an overheated oil eater probably caused the fire Fatally Harold Pint 5 son of Mr and Harold Pint Floyd died Sat rday in an Iowa City hospital of urns suffered Thursday night in fire at the Pint home Funeral services for the boy rill be held Tuesday at 9 at mmaculate Conception Catholic hurch in Charles City Burial will e made in Calvary cemetery near Charles City Mrs Pint her children Janice Billy 10 and Michael and alfbrother Emmet Ballhagen 5 emained hospitalized with serious ums suffered in the fire caused y an oil stove explosion Courtney Sullivan 19 Sioux City ied Saturday of accidental carbon monoxide poisoning in bis ear H Luken said Sulli an apparently fell asleep in his ear while on a bunting trip He was found in car parked near farm three miles north of Akron VWHTf AMMAPOLff WASHINGTON UP Qwwn Mother Elizabeth Monday visited the city o Annapolis and the Mval there CREW MEMBERS MEET who bailed out of a burning photographic plane over northern Japan Sunday after being attacked by Russian Migs are shown at a press conference at Tokyo Left to right front row are Lt David Oliver Corvallis Col Albert Welsh who was not aboard plane Capt Anthony Fieth pilot AP Wirepholo Chester Back Row Robert Berry Carrizozo Harold Taylor Newport John Dalton Tulsa Walter Lentz Astoria Long Island Lt Henry Sechler Clam City Wal lace Whalen Union Earl Weimer Elins W and Lt Harry Rollins Chickasha Okla Senator Comes Out of Corner Fighting MCarthy Censure Hearing Opens Aiken Claims City Folks Defeated GOP DES MOINES W It was the city the farmers pro esting the administrations flexi ble price support ac counted for Republican reverse n the Nov 2 general election Sen George Aiken RVt says Aiken head of the Senate agri cultural and forestry committee arrived here Sunday night to ad dress the Iowa Bankers Assn con vention The fourday convention opened Sunday night with an ap earance by Helen Jepson former Metropolitan Opera mezzo soprano Tdo not know of any place in he nation where a Republican los because of the farm support is Aiken said Two He cited the Iowa senaloria race in which Republican Thomas Martin defeated AIKEN Democrat Sen Guy M Gillette and the Minne sota sanatoria campaign a s proof of his con tention Gillette had goneon record as op posing the flexi ble support plan in favor of the old 90 per cent of parity rigid the Democratic administrationv And in dinnesota Aiken Repub ican Senate candidate alsolost Ithough he was knocking flexible Aiken said the farm price drop ame under the rigid price sup xrt program of the Democrats nd the new law wasnt signed ntil the last week in August I hink the farmers understood The loss of congressional control i the said ante from the city vote because f the drop in overtimepay and ecause labor unions did an al mostperfect job of getting their otes to the He predicted that the bottom f farm prices for a long time o come was reached last Oct 5 Currently the economic condi ion of farmers in the Midwest f coming Aiken said ex ept for the poultry farmer Bold Head Club to Probe Haircut Fees DAIREN uBThe Bald Head Club America Sunday amed t committee to investigate ten charged by barbers Members ttending the biennial meeting here said barbers should charge by be fairmat by bead SERIOUS TALK MOSCOW Maknkov and Am bassador i Bohltfl dined Sunday night talked ly for half an hour occasion was a big Kremlin banquet celebrating 37th anniversary of Bol shevik Revolution traditional military parade latfed only 20 min utes this year and an air show was cancelled because of an over cast sky A speech by Defense Minister Marshal Nikolai Bulganin usual blasts at States conversation Bohltn and Malenkov amid hub bub of party for ranking Soviets and foreign diplomats was first time the two had gotten together since Stalins death Questioned later by reporters American envoy gave no hint what they talked about He said only No business was transacted Specter of War How Looming Less Threatening Ike Says BOSTON W Eisen hower declared Monday the specter of war looms less threateningly than in a long time despite some instance of provocation such as the shoot ing down of an American plane by two Russian jet fighters Departing from his text in ad dressing the 27th convention of the National Council of Catholic Women the President said after declaring the prospects for an en during and lasting peace are the brightest in years for parents They are heartened too by the building of strength where there was weakness throughou the Pacific despite some in stances of provocation as tha which occurred off the coast o Japan Sunday Profoundly thank ful that the terrible specter war looms less threatening over all The President said that the quest for an enduring and last ing peace must be the over riding goal of our foreign Wastes Little Time Objects to Changes7 WASHINGTON UP The Senat convened in unprecedented sessio Monday to consider censuring Sen Joseph R McCarthy and McCar thy came out fighting The twothirds o Ihe 96 members were on bad hardly warmed their chair before McCarthy was on his fee denouncing as imbecilic and ridiculous beyond words the rec commendation of a special commit ce that he be censured for usini vulgar language in reference t Sen Henrickson McCarthy popped up when Re Jublican Leader Knowland Calif told the Senate he had hoped the censure debate could begin Tues day but that it appeared it would have to go over until Wednesday Knowland explained that the special censure committee hcadec y Sen Watkins had no fully cleared changes in its pro posed resolution with all member of the sixman group and that the resolution probably would not be ready until Wednesday Violent Objection At that McCarthy jumped to hi eet and said he would object vio errtJy to any changes in the com mittee report He told the Senate Theyve made their bed and now theyve goi o lie in He said he would strenuously to changing the report al his late date It was publishec eyeral weeks ago after the com mittee completed its study ensure charges It recommendec fiat McCarthy be censured on two f five counts studied Watkins finally got the floor to ay that changes in the report it elf were minor He said they in luded correcting typographical er McCarthy said the report by the ommittee together with the res lution of censure whatever form hat finally takes is an important matter not so far as McCarthy is personally very im portant from the standpoint of pre edents it may set Groiffy Unfair McCarthy said he has based his GRIEFSTRICKEN MOTHERS Two mothers embrace M they sob oat promises to pray for each others slain the other charged as the slayer Mrs Peter Makarowicz is the mother of a 15yearold Norwood youth accused of murder Mrs Joseph Annese is the mother of Geraldine Annese the murdered girl hole defense on the report as it ow stands He said he would not bject to typographical changes but hat any change beyond that would grossly unfair Eventually Watkins filed with e Senate the corrected version f the censure report after assur ng McCarthy he would show him he alterations as soon as the Sen te quit With that the Senate recessed until noon Tuesday oat of respect two senators who died since the ast session Maybank DSC and McCarron 10 Escape Incident Over Japan Deliver Note to Moscow WASHINGTON W The United States strongly protested to Russia Monday against the shooting down by two Russian MIG jet fighters of an American RB29 over Japanese territory in the Hokkaido area and called for reparations A terse note delivered by Am aassador Charles Bohlen to tha Soviet Foreign Ministry said The United States government strongly protests this action It will expect the Soviet government to make all such moral and ma terial reparations as lies within its Ten of the 11 crewmen aboard the 11B29 mapping plane parachut ed to safety after the craft was shot down Sunday but the llth drowned when he became en tangled in his parachute A Department spokesman said the United States would sub mit a full and complete claim to Russia later as compensation for the loss of life and the plane destroyed in the crash IS Milts Out Monday in Tokyo Capt Anthony F Feith the planes skipper told a news conference that hisplane was never closer than15 miles to Russian Asked why since his plana was armed he didnt return the fire Feith said I would have liked But he said his first thought was to complete the photo mis sion His group Col Al bert Welsh said Feith was not to be criticized I compliment before I would criticize Welsh said Welsh said plane commanders have standinginstructions to fire if fired but added that there must have been some mis understanding in this How FB6 Escort TOKYO by fU Sabre jet fighter Air RB29 Monday com pleted a photo mapping mission that was interrupted when Russian shot down sister RB29 Sunday Air said Mondays followed same flight plan followed Sun day and that mission finished without ever Welsh warned that attack ng planes will get a different reception in any future incidents of this Feith told newsmen that he ra for help and learned later that fighters were in the area within before all the parachutes hit the ground First Run Feith 35 of Chester said I was approximately nine miles iff Hokkaido and was never closer han 15 miles to the area the Hus ians consider their When fired upon we were even urther away frofti Russian terri ory We were headed toward he told a news conference The attack came he said just as his plane had finished the first f three scheduled photo runs over northern Hokkaido Japans north rnmost island His plane he said was at about feet and just off he Hokkaido coast southwest of he easternmost tip of the Nemuro sthmus This would putthe plane well to the south and west on the Fapanese side of the narrow strait f water that separates Hokkaido rom the Sovietheld islands Asked if the Russian planes at ny tim e intruded inside the three mile limit marking Japanese wa ers Feith said Yes I would say they were oo heir last Feith said when the MIGs wera rst spotted rising from about 000 feet he told his crew I dont hinfc they would But mo ments later Walter Lentr New York City shouted Theyre The MIGs made two passes each lasting at the Big with both annon and machine guns Stortwl Feith said his plane lurched Flames touched off by spewing from a wing Unk oped part of tire crwft Airmail 3C U 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