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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 8, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSPAFIK THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBOR S Pntt Prtu Full Seven a Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 8 1956 This Paper Consists oi Two No IDS May Reveal His Plans by March 1 IT S MOVING pigeon calmly tries to hatch her eggs even while John Matthews uses an acetylene torch during dismantling operations on the 34th street station L in New York refused to budge until her young ones had hatched Two Crises Confront Alabama University Coed Wants Rights TUSCALOOSA Ala crises confront the University of Ala bama beset by problems stemming from its removal of racial barriers by A strained calm ruled Wednesday on the campus scene of dis orders that erupted in protest against integration as university officials faceti these problems Negro coed excluded from the campus until further notice77 after increasingly viblent demonstrations against her presence threat ens court action unless she is mitted to classes Autherine Lucy 26 first of her race to enter uni versity said Tuesday I am still determined to attend the University of 2 And Williams Adams dean of admissions at the school has been summoned into federal court at Birmingham Thursday morning to show cause why he should not be held in contempt for the schools refusal to enroll Mrs Polly Ann Hudson Won Ruling The two Birmingham women both won a federal court ruling that the university can not deny Negroes enrollment because of their race The Board of Trustees denied Mrs Hudson admission on the ba sis of her conduct and marital She is seeking a divorce She charged that the order was a The Alabama Legislature en dorsed the trustees action in ex cluding Miss Lucy as a necessary step but criticism came from an other quarter Action Sought In New York the National Assn for Advancement of Colored Peo pie said it had sent a telegram to Atty Gen Brownell urging him to start criminal proceedings against any and all persons act ing in any manner to prevent the coed from attending classes Brownell is out the country The LucyHudson cases reached their turbulent climax last week after the university lostthe legal tugof vyar over racial segregation in District Court at Birming ham and in the U S Circuit Court of Appeals at New Orleans The school still can appeal to the U S Supreme Court but no de cision has been announced on this possible step Sports Bulletin WASHINGTON Washington Senators Wednesday traded veteran pitcher Mickey McDarmott and secondstring shortstop Bob Kline to the New York Yankees for five rookie Obtained from the Yankees are pitcher Bob Wiesler catcher Lou Berberet outfielder Dick Tettleback infielder Herb Pkws and a fifth player to be named ApriM TRAIN WRECK MILAN Italy com muter trains collided 20 miles cast of here Tuesday night killing one person and injuring 100 others 40 them seriously Hastings Woman Fatally Injured in 3Car Crash INDIANOLA UP Mrs Gale Cronkhite 48 Hastings was fatally injured Tuesday in a threecar col lision on Iowa 92 in the east sec tion of town She died about four hours later at a Des Moines hospital Her husband 50 was listed in fairly and Mrs Arline Craig 51 Carlisle was in critical condition at Des Moines hospitals Warren County Sheriff C J Richards said the Craig Car driven by Howard Craig 16 was pushed into the path of the Cronk hite car when it was hit in the rear by a car driven by Ronnie Weaver 18 Ackworth He said Weaver had passed a car and was unable to slow down in time to avoid hitting the Craig car Craig suffered only minor in juries Weaver and his brothery Kenneth were not injured Requests Shift in Alien Law Hope to Hike Immigration By MARVIN ARROWSMITH WASHINGTON UP President Eisenhower Wednesday urged Con gress to overhaul the nations im migration laws to wipe out in and ease the way for foreigners to come to this country as permanent residents each year Eisenhower said he thought this rise of about over the pres ent annual quota of immi grants is justified by the countrys past growth and current economic conditions He said too that it would be a recognition of our responsibilities of world In a special message Eisenhow er also told the lawmakers there is need to speed up the process of deporting unworthy who have been found to be crim inals of the lowest character traf ficking in murder narcotics and Proposal Planned He said Atty Gen Brownell will submit a proposal in this field lat er The Presidents message dealt to a great extent with recommenda tions for revision of the 1952 Mc CarronWalter Act which became law over the veto of former Presi dent Truman But it also made recommenda tions in these other principal fields 1 Grantingdiscretion to the at torney general to waive technicali ties in special cases where aliens seek entry to the United States At present Congress must pass in dividual bills in such cases and the President is required to act separately on each measure Eisenhower said granting the at torney general the requested dis cretion would substantially elimi nate the need for private legisla tive redress in this Eisenhower said the discretion ary powers should be limited to aliens with close relatives in this country to veterans and to func tionaries of religious organizations Not Requirement 2 Elimination of unnecessary restrictions and administrative pro visions of our immigration In that connection one recommen dation was for elimination of the requirement that all aliens visit ing this country be fingerprinted Eisenhower said although in our minds no stigma is attached to fingerprinting it is not a require ment of travel in other There have been objections by Russian visitors to being finger printed They say it is done only Nevada Farmer Is Accident Victim AMES R Johnson 29 Nevada killed Tuesday night when his car crashed into the rear of a semi trailer truck on U S 30 about two miles east of here Pat Ryan 43 Webster City the truck driver was not injured Authorities said several wit nesses told them Johnsons car had passed them at high speed shortly before the Boys and Adults in Scouting WASHINGTON W The Boy Scouts of Am er i c a reported Wednesday on their 46th anniver sary they havea record member ship of boys and adults The announcement was made at a report to the nation breakfast attended by representatives of Congress the White House the Su preme Court and many national organizations Johnson Miller Get State Builders Posts DES MOINES John son Fort Dodge has been elected president of the Monument Build ers of Iowa Also named at the organizations convention here was George Miller Mason City vice president criminals in their country Some of the visitors were given diplo matic status to get around the re quirement Eisenhower said experience has been that the fingerprinting of temporary visitors does not add significantly to national security Another administrative provision the President suggested be elimi nated is that requiring inspection of aliens coming to the mainland from Alaska and Hawaii Eisen hower said this is an expense to the government and an inconveni ence to travelers No Need He said there is no need either for applying admission standards to aliens simply passing through this country en route elsewhere For example he said South Amer icans going to and from Europe by air often pass through the United States As for the overall picture Eisen hower said this Throughout our history immi gration to this land has contrib uted greatly to the strength and character of our Over the years we have provided for such immigration because it has been to our own national interest that we do so It is no less to our national interest that we do so un der laws MAKES SENSE NEW HAVEN Conn Ed mund D Looney Wednesday sought permission in Superior Court to have his name changed to Downey He explained he is studying to be a psychiatrist WHAT BIG TONSILS YOU ever has explairied to Bunny a pet of the Charles Graham family in Dallas that rabbits are supposed to elude evade and eschew to fraternize or bully them Here he AP Wlrephoto stands his ground as Shaggy another member of the fam ily looks as though hes going to swallow him whole Actually Bunny is on the attack with a friendly nip CAMPAIGN FUND HEARING SET FRIDAY Hennings Plans to Quit Post WASHINGTON M Sen Hen nings DMo toldthe Senate Rules Committee Wednesday he will re sign in due course as chairman of the rules groups Elections Sub committee The statement disclosed by Rules Committee Chairman Green DRI left in doubt Hennings next step in his tugof war with the Senate leadership over investiga tion of a campaign fund offer to Sen Case A committee set up with the backing of Sens John son Tex and Knowland respectively the Democratic and Republican leaders also is in yestigating and is claiming pri ority By quick maneuvering it got going ahead of Hennings Tuesday Case interpreted the campaign fund offer as to influence him to vote for the bill to exempt Navy Rescue Plane Found in Venezuela SAN JUAN Puerto Rico U S Navy announced Wednesday a patrol bomber missing res cue mission to Antarctica had been found in Venezuela will all hands safe and uninjured The plane with seven men aboard earlier was reported down a marshy area of northeast Venezuela The Navy announcement said it was found 70 miles southwest of Trinidad Dispatches from Caracas Ven ezuela said the twinengine am phibious plane was sighted on the ground in the Orinoco Delta area The plane appeared to be without serious damage and there were no signs of fire the report said Navy officers said the pilot in his last radio report said he was planning to ditch the patrol bomb er about 25 miles northeast of Boca de Uracoa in a clearing alongside a river The Neptune with Lt Cmdr John J Torbert Carmel Valley as the pilot left Patuxent Naval Station Tuesday to nelp search for a small Ot ter plane missing with seven men in Antarctica since Feb 3 Torbert returned from Antarc tica only two weeks ago He planned to fly by way of Puerto Rico and South America JOHN M NEFF Cedar Rapids Man Dies in Accident INDEPENDENCE UP Wil iam Peyton 27 Cedar Rapids was killed in an automobile acci dent on Iowa 150 near here Tues day night A car in which Peyton and Ilifford Troxel 26 Vinton were riding missed a curve and plunged down a bank into the Wapsipinicpn River Authorities said Troxel was thrown from the car and injured seriously but Peyton was trapped water and drowned before he could be rescued Troxel was in poor condition at a hospital here suffering from lead injuries and exposure U S Answers Red Protests on Balloons WASHINGTON United States told Moscow Wednesday it will try as much as possible to avoid floating weather balloons over the Soviet Union Informed sources said this Amer ican promise was contained in a diplomatic note delivered in Mos cow by U S Ambassador Charles E Bohlen Moscow on Sunday vigorously protested the sending of U equipped photographic balloons over Soviet territory It charged they have been used to spy on ac tivities behind the Iron Curtain In reply the United States is understood to have told the Krem lin it will try to avoid launching balloons from places where upper air currents might carry them over Soviet territory But the U S note also asked Soviet assistance in reporting the whereabouts of any balloons par ticularly those which might have fallen inside Soviet territory This government wants the information collected by the fartraveling bal loonsfor weather purposes The long U S note also pointed out that this government has no responsibility for propaganda bal loons launched byprivate citizens and groups Young Unmarried Woman to Adopt Seven Indian Children LEMONT Pa young and unmarried woman chiropractor already the foster mother of two children orphaned nine years agoj heads for Idaho soon to collect seven little Indians whom she in tends to adopt The whole happy brood will be turned loose in Dr Imogene Bark ers fivebedroom house which she says we can fix up here and there to accommodate all nine children and a married couple now iving with We all agree it will be a lot of she said They need help and I can give it to them Thats all there is to it If there is one thing that troubles me it is that the Indian children will all have to have their names changed from their tribal ones I frankly admit its going to be some task to find suitable names for these four girls and three Nine years ago Dr Barker 27 took on the job of rearing two children whose father died in a hospital where she had been train ing The children both boys are now 11 and 13 The Indian children who are of the Shoshone tribe are from 1 to 11 years old and live on a reserva tion at F o r t Hall Idaho Dr Barker said she became interested in them when she heard a talk by a missionary at a church in nearby State College in his Con tral Pennsylvania region All About The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy Wednes day night and Thursday Low Wednesday night 1218 High Thursday 3035 Iowa Partly cloudy Wednesday night and Thursday Colder Thursday with chance of light rain or snow northwest portion Low Wednesday night 20 north west 30 southwest Minnesota Partly cloudy colder Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 Wednes COUKK Maximum 37 Minimum 18 At 8 23 YEAR AGO Maximum 24 Minimum 7 producers from feder al utilitytype regulation He sai he had been inclined to favor th measure but the offer changed hi mind He voted against it Monda but it passed anyway Hennings went before the Rule Committee in a closeddoor mee ing on the heels of challenges t his right to serve as Elections Sub committee chairman Green told reporters after th closed meeting that no action wa asked for or taken as to the Hen nings subcommittees right to con tinue the investigation It seemed to be assumed tha Lhe general committee the specia jroup the Senate created Tuesday to conduct the inquiry had juris diction in the Case Green said Hennings contends his inquiry is intended to be far broader than the scope assigned to Georges group Earlier Wednesday George said the Senate itself would have to re solve any further dispute over committee jurisdiction He said the group he heads expects Case and six others now under subpoena to testify only before the specia committee in hearings opening Fri George who heads the commit tee said he hopes it can finish with its witnesses by Saturday re port early next week and call up its report for Senate action some time after next Wednesday Hennings and Sen Gore D Tenn voted Tuesday to subpoena John M Neff attorney from Lex ington who offered the to Case Sen Curfis thi third subcommittee member pro tested the action as being in de fiance of the Neff was one of those put unde subpoena by the George commit tee Neff has said he delivered 2f bills to E J Kahler business manager of the Sioux Falls S D ArgusLeader as a campaign con tribution for Case Neff was registered in 1955 with the Nebraska Legislature as a lob byist for the Superior Oil Co of Austin Tex Kahler Tuesday quoted Neff as saying when he left he money there were to be no strings at tached to the Kahler sak that on Cases instructions he turned the money over to John Griffin Sioux Falls dniggist who is area chairman of Cases cam paign funds The ArgusLeaders publisher John A Kennedy described him self as shocked at these disclos ures about Kahlers role in the incident Mr Kahler has no authority to commit the ArgusLeader on any Kennedy said in a state ment issued at Sioux Falls His job is that of business Kahler and Griffin were sub poenaed by the George committee for testimony at Fridays hearings along with three women employes of Cases Washington office Case lo teslify Certain Data Is Needed Gives Backing to Warren ram Our Wire Eisen ower told a news conference Vednesday that he thought he ould be able to announce his de ision on a second term by the end f this month Eisenhower st r o n g 1 y indicated hat an announcement of his deci ion will come shortly after March if he actually does have at that ime the information he feels he leeds With a smile and sometimes a learty chuckle he parried all ques ions seeking to find out what he hinks his decision may be He did say he probably will give his answer to the big question afc a news conference Long Explanation But he added the announcement probably would need some explan ation and the explanation would be given somewhere else than at a news conference This seemed to indicate the pos sibility of his making a nationwide TV and radio broadcast although Eisenhower did not elaborate on this statement Also in the political field Eisen hower said he would haveno ob jection to Chief Justice Earl War rens running for President on the Republican ticket if he Eisen hower decides against running again He said however he doubts very much that it would be within his proper sphere to ask Warren to run Eisenhowers remarks regarding Warren were in response to a re quest that he clarify what he said in response to questions two weeks ago about Warren He said at that jme that he felt politics and the Supreme Court should not get mixed up together Eisenhowers statement then was nterpreted in some quarters as meaning he was against the idea of Warrens bidding for the presi lency Draft Proposal Warren said last year that under no circumstances would he leave he court to seek any political of ice There has been talk among some Republicans however of drafting the chief justice as a presi dential nominee if Eisenhower does not run again Asked if his youngest brother Dr Milton S Eisenhower has any ambition to run for President Ei senhower smiled broadly and said hats something he has no inform ation about Other news highlights at Eisen howers meeting with reporters 1 The recent riots involving a Negro student at the University of Alabama are deplorable 2 He conceded that Russia might je ahead of this country in some aspects of the development of guided missiles but he thought he United States is ahead in other areas He said he thought this countrys guided missile program represents the best possible effort of American scientists 3 He has not yet completed his reply to the latest letter from So iet Premier Nikolai Bulganin He vants to continue the exchange of correspondence with the Russian eader on the theory that this coun ry should never take the position f blocking any available avenue o peace no matter how tiny 4 He will do everything wilhin lis constitutional powers to pre sent an outbreak of hostilities in he Middle East EXERCISE PLANNED TAIPEI Formosa UP Chf ese Nationalist military authori ies are planning a mammoth joint xercise in the Formosa Strait in ilarch the Nationalist World News Agency reported Wednesday SAME   

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