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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 30, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10WANS N E 1 G H 6 0 R S VOL LXII Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy Labor Attacks Rackets AFLCIO Plans New Moves By NORMAN WALKER MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY AUGUST 30 1956 This Paper Consists o Four Ono No Pa WOrg labor appeared Thursday to be embarked a new lo chase rnckelwrs out the hi nor rnoveiiKtit Qn the heels aaajnst three unions chared with welfare fund irregularities I he AFLCIO Executive Councii Wednesday or dered iu i4ii in to quit chartering locals to hoodlums liyin lo extort money from em ployers by threatening violence H directed lll unions lo avoid indiscriminate issuing of charters that tan be used to shake down employers atid ive a black eye to the labor j The Federations action closely coincided with the FBIs arrest in New York of John alias Johnny a police chrYi acttr who has for years opernted NATO Sets Suez Talks 75 Believed Dead in Crash of Airliner Alaskan Island Is Scene DC6 Reported on Fire Vv 01 Mason Citys teachers got the glad hand irom Mason Citys business anc rntn and women Thursday BusinessIndushyFduca ol the on the racketeer fring labor movement Paper Locals Dio arrested on charges if eoni spiraey in the acidblinding nfj Labor columnist Victor had succeeded for years in oper aiing nunexiMeiit or paper lo cals if various labor Now York police officials said Mvany prfsii dent said ho didnt know v bother Dios line meant he helped blind likc but declared thai any1 body responsible for the dastard ly deed m the Iliesol case should ict thc full penally of thc Meany said he fell sure the new AFLCIO rules requiring newly chartered locals tr have lociti mate cores of workers would help clean underworld influences from labor organizations This the second step taken by AFLCIO leaders this week to squelch labiir union rackets Two days the council for union and possible ol others for union welfare fund frauds as exposed by a Senate investigating commit tCfl Civil Rights The council concluding n four dip1 mcclmg turned Thursday to a closeddour review of orsanu ins plans centered mainly on the textile and cigarettemaking in histric The ciiunci issued a civil rights report winch said ihal while citi zens councils1 in thc South have1 failed lei any substantial mini her of AFLCIO members to quit Ihrir unions on grounds that the AFLCIO stands for racial equal ity Thcrc have hern no of any consequence from mom horship of he AFLCIO in he South and substantial or progress has been hireport said Tito AFLCIO has demanded that Southern slates meet the re of the S u p r e m e Courts school desegregation do fisim and there have been reports FROM OlR WIRE SKR VICES COLD BAY Canacli an Pacific DCtiB airliner crashed and burned 3 miles south of the field here early Thursday turn Day Shakintr hands with Roderick Biekert viyht and 15 of the 22 aboard i jthe plane were killed j Witnesses said he plane crashed about 20 feet above sea level and about feet from the shore of the north Pacific Ocean as it was coming in to land The pilot of the illfated craft radioed Cold Bay just before the that his ship was on fire The airliner carrying 14 pas sengers and S crew members left Vancouver B at CST Wednesday to Tokyo U was scheduled to refuel here Small Community Cold Bay is a little wilderness prmiipal of McKinley School is Howard Stew art vice president and Cashier of the United Home while Biikorl sjuaks to Cliarlos F Weaver back tu viYe presitlent of the bank If E Essen iKyond president of the Chamber of Com greets other teachers who met at the high school belore starting their tours of business and in dustry Violence Is Renewed at Newly Integrated School CLINTON Term erupted niinv Thursday in vac tension over integration of at Clinton High School Three men were seized by po lic during a melee in front of the school shortly before noon dursns which omatoes and ap ples were hurled at a woman Fighting tiun broke out and when hethree won taken to iail about 100 mavched there and broke out i win flow Dcwey Hoppor Clinton was nrroslcd and charged with rcsisiini arrest throwing to niainis uid a posior which violated coiiri order The poster read V dont Clinton School Some of K crowd wore par fni of CiiiUon High pupils iust curious bystanders There alo were about ion pu pils from nmoriK the 250 who did no report to school Thursday Tn the school meanwhile the usual morning asscmblv was hcid wiih Negroes and white sitting together There were 12 Negroes among thc 500 in school Tiie Negroes entered school Thursday morning by way of a side entrance to prevent a pos sible clash with the crowd gath ered at the main entrances Chases were dismissed at noon a couple of hours early after Principal D 1 Brittain received a request from thc PTA finuse ot thc building There was no word what the meeting was about 1 o h n Rasper segregation ist from Washington who has been blamed for stir rum up thc tense racial situa tion here was not at the school 1 lutrsday as he on previ ous days this week Instead he stayed down thc street in front of the police sta tion because of this tion they have against me j community at the Sower end of the Alaska peninsula near Uni mak Island approximately 390 miles west of Kodiak j A spokesman Aleu itian who witnessed the crash said four of the seven sur vivors were in critical condition iThe other three were in fair con dition The survivors included a child and the captain copilot naviga tor and a stewardess The four most seriously injured survivors could not be moved until they rej jceive medical attention the Reeves spokesman said i Rescue Planes French to Use Cyprus Tension Is Mounting CEREMONYAdlai Stevenson Democratic presidential holds a headdress made of South Dakota pheasant feathers and a solemn expression as he is named an honorary Sioux Indian during a partv ieader confer Souih CltyShief Lame Deer the RosebudReservation n South Dakota jrave Stevenson an Indian name Charsing perhaps in view of the forthcoming campaign Stevenson Looses Barrage af GOPs Labor Policies SIOUX CITY Stevenson who lost four Southern i to President Eisenhower i Two Navy amphibians each i t carrying a doctor and medical supplies were dispatched from i0i ihllrsda to IKodiak and Adak The Coast Jin em of bringing tradition Democratic Dixie solidly back ern states thc Democratic presJjDemocrats fight for a fail dential nominee loosed twin blasts mum at thejtion wage the Eisenhower administraj H js now farm and labor policies jhower has onh jGuard cutter and the Navy vessel Tom Higbee also to proceed to the problem of bringing traditionally And speaking for himself and Stevenson were crash Wife of Acid Case Suspect Held in Bail that some membetx in the Sottth haw ihreatened to quit their unions ui protest Hintz Sentenced on State Charge SPRINGFIELD III UPl A Hinlz pleaded Tin rsday to conspiracy charge brought by thc state and was sen tenccd to one to three years in prison and fine Hinlz was already under a three year federal sentence on a pica of suilty to federal charges grow ing out of the scan rial in the office of former Stale Auditor Orvillc K Hodge t will be up lo hicago Federal District ludac John P Barm decide where will NFAV YOIiK wifeof nn alleged c o conspinilor in Ihe acid attack which blinded hi bar colum nist Victor Kieel has been held m bni a material wit ness in thc case Mrs Lcni Miranti was ar raigiKd Wednesday before U S jCommissioncr Enrle N her own protection and be Rualycause she heard conversations1 to thc acid throwing j i Thomns B Gilchrist chief assistant 1 S attorney told thc court We want to protect her from bodily harm Shes a wit ness Mrs Miranli interrupted the at torneys remarks saying I dont whnt Im a witness Thc womans husband dondolfo toMiranli M was arrested 17 with Joseph P Carlino 4li each ships will get through to Cold a Coast Guard spokesman mjuncisaid j The visibility here at the time jof the crash was only one mile with a ceiling of 500 feet The crash was the first major accident for the Canadian Pacific line since it started operations to the Far East during the Korean War LOIVHOY British For eign Office announced Thursday night the North Atlantic Council will meet in Paris next week to consider the Canal dispute F o r e i g n Secretary Selwyn Lloyd will be Britians represen tative at this hurriedly arranged meeting of NATOs top body A Foreign Office spokesman said Ihe meeting will open Wednesday The announcement came as the first clement of French troops assigned to Cyprus were reported lo have arrived by air Usually reliablesources said others were moving to thc British bastion in tho eastern Mediterranean by an I armada of requisitioned ships Not Denied French Foreign Office and De Ucuse Department officials re fused to confirm or deny the re ports widely published by Paris They declined to publicly go beyond a Foreign Of jfice communique which said the government had agreed to a French request to temporarily station a contingent of French troops on Cyprus The vanguard was reported to have arrived at dawn Thursday by planes landingin he south western part of Cyprus In Nicosia Cyprus the main body of thc French troops was oxpeeled within 24 hours A sen ior British Army officer denied he troops had already reached mini the island i As a formality to the buildup EisenQueen Elizabeth II signed an or a deaf car fordor extending Britains visiting said ma stateforces act to Cyprus This means Kefauvorthat French based on the set up their own I hat v with party leaders from 10 SouthNovember increases disilluj Father and Three Children Die in Faribault Blaze vice imate Sen he i victory nextjof the national AFLCIO Exeeulmal military disciplines each day Committee i Spy Charges He put out the statement duri The announcement that Britain icomes busy riay in ulich hc consented to French use of vi moic apparent two public after adthe base onlv tnjip n a direct attack on Eisenhowdressing partv leader from the or s labor record the President has on his promises labor and opposed BOXED IN A senlences is scheduled to lutl1 bail and charced start serving Friday his federal Squaw Valley Lodge Destroyed by Fire SQUAW VALLEY Calif UP Squaw Valley Lodge in the High Sierra was destroyed by fire Wednesday but a spokes conspiracy in the assault last i April on Riesel as he emerged i from a Broadway restaurant Loss as Fire Sweeps Through Corydon CORYDON i r e m e n Jin FAR1BAULT Minn A young father and his three infant children including twins suffoi cated in a fire which swept their upper duplex apartment shortly J before midnight Wednesday j Dead were Fred Silbermtjlc David and Dunne thc YORK old namcl 16 numlhs io an Di A coroner Of next ver bv nvi n all had perished from savs the r End to Epidemic Polio at Hand seven in b James safd twa more nilhad Swinburn U thc from the Republicans as he and other speakers sough to Britons th farm vole hat played such mo rule n iorrncr President of theplot S V Uan Swin i 1 confessed thai the roup Oi Anculturo phlnnrd slir up a rpvol tfll1 mch verthrcw Premier bin said the loss would the slightest effect A I Wiivpholn Miss Jo T i i Musal Louisville made a striking picture of a picket Thursday after she got squared away in a wooden box in front of the Amercian Radi ator Co The plant has been struck since Monday hampered by a water shortage battled a fire Thursday that threatened to wipe out all the buildings along the west side of the town square The blaze destroyed the HyVee food store a locker plant appli ance store and four apartments as it crackled through the morn ing hours Firemen rom Humeston and Allcrlon joined the Corydon force in bottling the flames and by the city water supply had1 been depleted to point it could supply only one fire truck Water was by truck from nearby farms Witnesses said thc fire appar Mrs Oeraldine Silbernegle 23 blaze was discovered Firemen and volunteers driven back by heavy smoke when report Salk vaccine up Stevenson said in oncT sct a dale anfl i his speech Monday m I In another ho said thev with the fivenation ProjSecretary Benson isa nnn oU Z CotmmiUceHeaded by Aus and released in and I believe it must helr 1 Minitcr Robert G and used by hes stU trym to anal the rAll About The Weather acid thrower was found slain July 28 on a lower East Side Street Telvi was given SnOO and promised more to do the acid throwing Whon he learned the identity of his victim the prosecution contends he uppecl his fee to and signed his plans to stage thc winter Olympics in he steep valley Alex dishing of the have uponjown death warrant Arrested Tuesday and ar raigned Wednesday in the case were Johnny Dio 42 labor rack mnterl the loss at over he said well start rebuild iiiR within 48 hours aiui well he open for the winter ski season on Nov 28 as the plot against Riesel Charles TIISO 44 Dornenic Bando 47 Charles Carlino relation tci Joseph and Dios brother Thomas 40 icntly started in the basemen of the HyVee store A smoke cover ispiead out over this Wayne Coun ty seat town of persons SAME Britain Orders Two Egyptians to Leave LONDON Thursday night ordered two members of the Egyptian Embassy out of the country in retaliation for Presi dent Nassers expulsion of two British diplomats A Foreign Of fice spokesman said the Egyp tians had been given 72 hours loj leave Earlier this week Egypt ordered the British diplomats from Cairo on 72 hours notice accusing them of being implicated in a spy ring OConnors report stressed the South Dakota value ot the third vaccine injec Kansas lionthe booster dose given seven They reported months or more after thc firs poets are brisht in the m two primary injections jihoush Eiseuhoucr carried i IT L j seven statesin YYallingtord Woman Sen Hubert Humphrey of Mm1 nesola said are going to see cooperation out here for Steven his Brit h and French have been prepar ing ever since to take military ac in case a peaceful compro a jmisc cannot he worked out or jn Egypt are en by some incident Killed in Crash Mason City Mostly coudy with showers and occasional thunder storms Thursday night Partly IjO 1 H t Elil IflC 23 Wellington was killed hich iy the of two cars at a Roosevelts Henry Deck country road intersection east of Stevenson went out to the li morning of a 1953 flash flood on the FUudiat County Memorial Hos Kefauver Die likes or 768 6084 Mrs Decklever Dies of Accident Injuries Iowa Partly showers or cloudv spiitfiPflihcre Wednesday night ciomiy scaucieci r i m thunderstorms cr husbanfl Roland their 3iRvcr near Sioux City a flood1 ilL Sht was injured Friday in aughtor aruj he driver I that claimed 14 lives and critii1 cnish 50 miles west and er car Stewart Andcricized Eisenhower for his north of here The iiifh vptfi nf an AmniKnr of the rir in Thursday night Fair and not so Her husband yearold dauj of the other warm Friday Low Thursday HKKII iui ms rucem night 5863 northwest herc flood control southeast Minnesota Showers cooler data Globe Gazette weather up to 8 Thursday Maximum Wednesday 81 Minimum Wednesday nighl tt At 8 Thursday tt YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum si injuries suffered in the crash Sanford Is Appointed Fund Raising Boss he car in which she jbil1 that included Rcubcn Geffcrt 47 for a Flovd River nrninci fMona is in critical condition at St Marys Hospital Rochester I for a Floyd Rivei I know of no hotter of his administrations he said example failure toHcr s in condition SIOUX CITY UnArthur Sanj lord Sioux City has been api SWIM POOL OKD pointed national Democratic fund LAKE CITY Voters raising chairman for Iowa Donspecial election Old Mitchell Fort Dodge Demoiproved a S75 000 icratic national commilteoman i nance a town Wednesday The vole at the Osage hospital BODY FOUND SPIRIT LAKE body of in a0rvillo BummcU 17 of near Met Tnn tn fllrom was 500 to 292 drowned when he was recovered from West Lake   

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