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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 25, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for DN CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T Hi N C W S PAP E R THAT MAKES ALL NORTH I O W A N S NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXII Associated Presf and United Presi Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 25 1955 This Paper Consists Two One No 41 Interstate Travel Segregation Banned Faure in Demand for Vdte Government About Ended PARIS Wl Premier Edgar Faure asked Friday for a vote of be taken next Tues day the question of starting debate next week for an electoral reform law The vote will be on a procedural question The Agenda Committee of the Assembly Friday morning decided that a debate should start Tuesday on a question submitted by Francois Mitterand former minister of the interior His ques tion denounces indecision on the part of the government and im plies that the Fa lire regime is no longer capable of carrying on Electoral Law Faure asked for the confidence vote on the question of turning down the recommendations of the Agenda Committee and instead opening debate on Tuesday on the electoral law At the same tinie Faure an nounced that the government is submitting a new project to speed the elections The original govern ment bill calls for ending the pres ent Assembly on Jan 2 with elec tions in December Since this is no longer possible the Premier proposes that the mandate of the present Assejnbly should be ended seven weeks after the new elec tion law is voted or if no agree ment can be reached on an elec tion law on Feb 16 at the latest This give Parliament until work out an agreement on elec tion law i The vote in theAgenda Commit tee made up of the presidents of all parties and heads of the other assembly committees indicated Faure would be defeated 375224 if all deputies followed party disci pline Heavy Margin Though only a few parties can maintain such the pos sible heavy margin against the government i n d i c a t e d it was doomed Before Faure made his decision to call for the confidence vote deputies had been divided on just which issue to use in killing off the government Some favored a debate on general policies or on Morocco Others wanted to use the election question Until he brought up the idea of voting in instead of next June as regularly scheduled the Premier had been able to patch up Assembly majorities to approve major policies Now it seems doubtful he can get backing for anything The election issue gave former Premier Pierre Mendes France and other leading Radical Socialist deputies the chance to move into open opposition Faure is also a Radical Socialist but many mem bers of his party for a long time have supported him only to make a show of party unity On the last two votes of confi dence on Faures demand for December elections under a sys tem of proportional representation the Cabinet survived only through the backing of the Communists EXCEPT FOR WEEKENDS i s i President Plans Return to i White House About Dec 20 s GETTYSBURG Pa President Eisenhower will return to the White House about Dec 20 and remain there except for some weekend Con gress is welllaunched on its 1956 program it was learned Friday The President gradually re building his A health and his strength plans to stay in Wash ington from late December until April 10 His plans after thai were not disclosed Press Secretary James erty has announced that Eisen hower will spend Christmas at the White House with his family By operating from the White House until midApril the Presi dent is expected to take a per sonal hand in the start of the Re publican legislative program in the crucial election year This about midApril While House program is now under study by sources disclosed administration leaders According to Eisenhowers cur In the days ahead the Presi rent plans he will make weekend visits to his farm home here He dent will be taking on his busiest schedule since he suffered a also may make a number of flyheart attack on Sept 24 Next ing visits to the White Monday he will hold a political House at the Augusta Naconference with GOP National tional Golf Course Chairman Leonard W Hall Then But his staff members expect in days following he will meet him to make the White House in Washington headquarters and center of operations until at least with both GOP and Democratic congressional leaders and under go two medical checks Agree to Drop Algerian Issue UNITED NATIONS N Y Political Committee agreed unanimously Friday to drop the controversial Algerian problem from the 1955 agenda of the General Assembly This was expected to end the French boycott which Sept 30 The 60nation committee acted quickly after Indias V K Krishna Menon proposed that there should be no further discussion of the issue at this session and that the Assembly Would no longer be seized of problem This means the item has been dropped TheAssembly laxter ratified the proposal without a dissenting vote Reports said France had agreed in advance to accept this formula Assembly Vote France walked out of the As sembly Sept 30 after a 2827 vote to debate Algerian nationalists fight for independence from France The AsianAfrican bloc stipported the nationalists The French main tain Algeria is a part of metro politan France making the issue a domestic problem and outside U N jurisdiction An Arab spokesman said the AsianArab group did not now in tend an appeasement of the Police Subdue Mob Rejoicing at Savannah SAVANNAH Ga W Police fired a tear gas bomb into an un ruly mob which staged a twohour riot in the heart of Savannah Thurs day night after the annual Savan nah High Benedictine football Up to Them It is up to them to come back or he said But in Algeria as in Morocco negotiations are under way We do not wish to prejudice these negotiations and so we will not press the For weeks Francisco Urritia of Colombia and Indias V K Khrish na Menon behind the scenes in search of a formula that would satisfy both sides Colombia Cuba Chile and Ecua dor put forward the formal pro posal game The bomb did the not until six policemen had been in jured and hundreds of dollars worth of firefighting equipment destroyed Several persons were arrested for disorderly conduct Two Hospitalized Two of the officers were hospital ized The disturbance centered around Savannahs main intersec tion where victors in the annual crosstown football rivalry tradi tionally burn the coffin of the losers Savannah won the game 96 Police said between and 000 students adults and spectators jammed the area at Bull and Broughton Streets The Weather Criticism on Wage merits State Auditor in Report DES MOINES Auditoi C B Akers singled out three coun ties and certain estate administra tors and attorneys for criticism in a report issued Friday He said Plymouth Lee and Des Moines counties had in effect made illegal salary payments their directors of social Certain persons Who arc handling estates of old age assistance re cipients are charging excessive fees Akers said His remarks were contained in an audit report on the State Board of Social Welfare for the year end ed June 30 1954 It was signed by Mt Bolsem superintendent of slate department audits After Hours In referring to the salaries of the three county welfare directors Akers related that they received extra compensation in addition to their regular salaries Then he said It is our understanding that this extra compensation covers work performed as overseers of the poor after regular hours arid on Saturday It would appear these counties were contributing twice for this work The state government has a law covering employes paid an an nual salary stating it covers full compensation State departments or political subdivisions are no permitted tp i or overtime Work It is oiir opinion the above extra compensation would come under this provision and be illegal Monthly Payment The audit showed the Plymoutl County welfare director was paid a month including anexlrt the director a month including extra anc the Des Moines County director including extra Akers said certain fees paid ou age assistance recipients estates to administrators and attor neys are excessive in view of the small amount of the estate He cited one case in which the preliminary report set up a fei of each for the administrate of and the attorney for the estate Other charges included for a grave marker and by a ccmc tery association The assistant attorney genera assigned to the slate board ob jectcd Akers related As a result the fees were reduced to each ICC in Reversal of Ruling Note Change in Attitudes Byrd Leaves Capital for Antarctic Trip WASHINGTON Rear Adm Richard E Byrd resumed his jour ney toward the Antarctic Friday leaving by commercial airliner on his way to New Zealand In New Zealand he will go aboarda ship of Operation Deep freeze for the final leg of the Navy expedition to Little America SHOPPING DAYS LEFT Help Fight TB Christmas Mason City Fair and warmer Fri day night low 2227 Partly cloudy and warmer Saturday high 3742 Iowa Mostly fair Friday night and Saturday Little colder east Fri day night Little warmer Satur day Low Friday night in 20s Iowa Temperatures Fri day night through next Wednes day will average 4 to 8 degrees below normal Normal highs 36 north to 42 south Normal lows 19 north to 25 south Warming trend west Saturday and east Sunday followed by a change to cooler Monday Moderating tempera tures toward the middle of next week Precipitation will total about 35100th of an inch as snow or rain near the northern border Saturday or Sunday andagain to ward the middle of next week Minnesota Cloudy Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 Maximum 40 Minimum 17 At 8 17 YEAR AGO Maximum 37 Minimum 25 Some members of the crowd said police had no right to interfere Extra Enthusiasm S It was just one of those said one police officer It happens every time the stu dents worked up a little more en thusiasm than When students from Savannah High set fire to the fire men were summoned to douse the blaze before it damaged the pave ment Dozens in the crowd set upon the hose fire extinguishers and other fire equipment Police arrested one youth and took him into a restaurant to call for a patrol wagon Part of the mob entered the restaurant and an other youth broke a window He too was arrested The mob attempted unsuccess fully to overturn two fire chiefs automobiles and the patrol wagon An officer was injured when brick was thrown through a police patrol car and a refund was made for th grave marker and the amount pak the cemetery association Thi made the reduction amount to HOSPITALIZED AGAIN DAVENPORT A Ccper ley 65 retired managing eciilo of the Davenport Morning Demo crat is a patient at St Lukes Hos pital after suffering his third strok in recent months ENGINEERING Geza Bata a hydraulic engineer ing student at the University of Iowa tries his skill at carving the Thanksgiving turkey He is a guest in the home of Mr and Mrs Jack S I i b a 1 Riceville Watching arc Gregg Gary and Carol Lee Bata is a native of Yugoslavia Osoge Again Is Host at Thanksgiving OSAGE annual Thanks giving celebration in this North owa town was observed again this fear In a program to build inter national good will thirtynine for eign students who are attending he State University of Iowa were uests for the holiday Sponsored by the Rotary Club he visitors came from India Yugo lavia Brazil Formosa Thailand Mexico Germany Ethiopia Pak stan Korea Syria Egypt Ja the Philippines England raq Cuba France and China The students arrived Osage iVednesday evening and were guests at a banquet atthe Sacred Heart Church when they met their losts On Thursday they attended church and ate Thanksgiving din ner with them Friday a dinner will be served at Our Saviors Lutheran Fellow ship Hall It will be attended by he Rotary group their wives the losts and hostesses of the over seas visitors There will be 185 peo ple at the banquet An open forum will be held fol lowing the dinner with the students in charge It is called Holidays in Many They return to Iowa City Satur day WASHINGTON The Inter state Commerce Commission Fri day ordered an end to racial seg regation oh interstate trains and passenger buses It ruled too that segregation of interstate travelers in public waiting rooms is unlaw Warmer Weather Seen on Weekend DES MOINES Warmer weather is forecast for Iowa for the weekend although tempera tures will be 4 to 8 degrees below normal Temperatures in the uppev 30s alid lower 40s prevailed Friday aft er overnight lows ranging from 11 at Sioux City to 28 at Cedar Rapids The warming trend is due to push into western Iowa Saturday and continue across the state Sunday 5125 TAKEN OTTUMWA bandit es caped Friday after robbing the Home Oil Station of about FAW GIFTS GALORE in the Pick A Present Like to find yourself in a world of wonderful gifts es pecially cVcated to simplify your Christmas shopping Your dreams come true in the PICK A See itin the Classified Sec tion now for the many gifts you need to complete your lists quickly satisfyingly ful The commission in years past has gone along with the theory that separate accommodations for the races met the requirements of the Interstate Commerce Act so long as they are But it saidin Fridays rulings The disadvantage to a traveler who is assigned accommodations or facilities so designated as to imply his inherent inferiority solely because of his race must be re garded under present conditions as unreasonable Equal Provisions Also he is entitled to be free of annoyances some petty and some substantial which almost inevitably accompany segregation even though the rail carriers as most of the defendants have done here sincerely provide bothraces with equally convenient and com fortable cars and waiting rooms The ICC returned to its findings in two separate cases One was initiated by the National Assn For The Advancement of Colored Peo ple against 13 railroads operating principally in the South The other case was brought be fore the commission by Sarah Keys New beautician She charged that while serving as a WAG in 1952 she was declined further transportation iby the Caro lina Coach Raleigh N when she refused a drivers de mand that she move to the back of the bus at Roanoke N C One Dissent The orders in these cases out lawing segregation drew one dis sent Commissioner J Monroe Johnson of South Carolina one of the 11 members asserted It is my opinionthat the com mission should not undertake to anticipate the Supreme Court and itself become a pioneer in the sociological Commissioner Everett Hutchin son of Texas was announced as necessarily absent and not par ticipating in the cases Commissioner Richard F Mitch ell of Iowa did not take part in the bus proceeding The ICC took note that the Su preme Court asserted in its his toric public school ruling of May 1954 that the policy of separat ing the races is usually interpret ed as noting the inferiority of the Negro The commission recalled that race discrimination complaints lave been coming before it since two months after its organization in 1887 In that year the ICC ruled that solution should aim at a re sult most likely to conduce sic to peace and order arid to preserve the self respect and dignity of cit izenship of a common Far Different However the commission saic that present circumstances are far different from those of 1887 add ing U is hardly open to question that much progress in improvec race relations has been made since then and that more can be Through the years the fCC sanctioned separate but equal accommodations in the transports tion field About 10 years ago it gave its approval to an arrangcmen worked out by the Southern Rail way for serving Negro travelers in its dining cars behind a curtain The Supreme Court in 1D50 con demncd this striking down scgre gation in railroad dining cars AP Wirephoto SOME PLAIN a little prayer of thanks that you could be with your family on was the suggestion Friday of Mrs Manuel Chavez Denver Colo Stricken with polio last month Mrs Chavez is ex pecting a midDecember addition to her family which now includes two sons She wasnt with her family Thursday but she had turkey withall the trimmings State of Siege OKD in JANEIRO Brazil Presiaerrt signed a bill FridayT5utting Brazil under a state ofsiegefor the next 30 Rahios acted quickly to sign the bill which consti tutional guarantees during the time it is in force i The Senate completed congressional action on the bill shortly be fore midnight when it passed it by a vote of 35 to 15 after rejecting appeal to guarantee freedom of he press i i The Brazilian Press Association message to Ramosurging him to preserve the freedom ofthe press during the state of siege which was suggested by the army to ensure that PresidentElect Jus celino Kubitschek takes office as scheduled on Jan 31 Freedom Needed The press association expressed confidence in the preservation of constitutional principles and faith in the victory of the democratic regime but renewed its warning of the necessity of the preservation of press The warning said Ramos knows very well that the absence of free criticism is more nefarious than possible excesses of However censorship of radios and newspapers was still in effect for the fifth straight day Radio Globo and radio Jornal do Brasil both identified with the opposition National Democratic Union Party were closely censored The semiof ficial Radio National was under constant censorship and an army major was named director Two Crises The split over Kubitschek has produced two political crises within the past two weefcs In the first a group of army ofifcers led by War Minister Henrique Teixeira Lott ousted Acting President Carlos Lii7 to insure that Kubitschek takes of fice The second came when Fast Recovery by Shorty II CHICAGO Hullingers hopes of repeating as top winner in the International Livestock Exposi tion soared Friday when her ailing AberdeenAngus Shorty II pa aded in the judging ring Janice is the 17yearold Manly owa farm girl whose entry Shorty was adjudged grand champion teer of the exposition last year etting her fame and cash and ifts worth Shorty her new entry was ale and hearty when Janice her irother Tyrone 15 and their fa her B D Hullinger loaded him nto a truck Tuesday for the 450 mile drive to Chicago He was a desperately sick ani mal however on arrival He con ractecl pneumonia on the ride and vas so weak he could hardly walk A veterinarian injected anlibio ics but Janice didnt know until riday whether Shorty II would make the grade Friday the animal was reported much improved and stronger AP Wlrephoto DOLLS FROM Ann Hillman St Louis shows off two dolls she received from Russia in response to her letter to Soviet Foreign Minialer V M Molotov Mrs Hillman asked the diplomat for a pair of Russian dollstoadd to her ho SAME k Mat traffic diKlh In pa lowan Killed in Auto Crash in Wisconsin CUBA CITY Wis MVLonn F Mueller 22 Bellevue Iowa was illed Friday when his aulo left the highway and overturned in a litch George Kinmouth 22 also of Bellevue a passenger in the car received minor injuries 303 on Train to Chicago for Livestock Show A total of 303 4H boys and girls FFA members adult leaders and extension person nel from 14 North Iowa coun ties left Mason City Thursday evening by train on the sev enth annual KGLONorth Iowa Fair trip to the Interna tional Livestock Exposition in Chicago They will return to Mason City on Tuesday To insure readers of top coverage of the nations big g c s t livestock event the GlobeGazette has sent its farm editor J V McCarthy to bring North lowans daily accounts and photos from the Windy City Incidentally a complete pictorial layout of the young sters stay in Chicago will ap pear in the GlobeGazette Farm Magazine on Dec 13 President Jaoa Cafe Filhos tried to resume his office this week and Congress declared him physically unfit Immediately after that the mili tary led by Lolt suggested the state of seige be declared This gives the government the right of search and seizure without war rant ends the right of habeas cor pus for political prisoners and cur tails the right of citizens to travel from one part of the country to the other Ames Woman Dies in 2Car Crash ANKENY Bracken 42 an Ames housekeeper was killed Thursday night in a twocar accident on U S 69 at Ankeny She was in a car driven by her em ployer Harold Woolsoncroft 56 Ames Authorities said B car driven by Arnold Dean Miller 24 Baxter plowed into the rear of Woolson crofts car when he slowed for a car in front of him preparing to make a left turn Woolsoncrofts car was knocked into a utility pole and then into a ditch Woolsoncroft and Bryan P 57 a passenger in Millers car were hospitalized in good condition   

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