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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 11, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited far MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXII Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Seven Cents Copy MASON CITY tOWA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 11 19M This Paper Consists ol Two No Demos Hail Election Victory in Maine Move to Impeach Chandler Peace Reigns at Sturgis FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES STURGIS Ky Eight Negro students entered Sturgis High School Tuesday unescorted by po lice or National Guardsmen for the first time but residents of this west Kentucky mining area have not given up their fight against racial integration of their schools In place of the mob action which kept the Negro pupils out of the school last week and brought state police and National Guard troops into Sturgis segregational ists moved to impeach Gov A B Chandler for calling in the troops A resolution calling for Chand lers impeachment was voted by acclamation by a crowd of people that overflowed the Union County courthouse at Morganfield Monday night White Citizens Council Chairman Wright W Wal ler Jr proposed the impeach ment resolution Move Stymied It appeared the demand would I be stymied however Under Kentucky law impeach ment is a function of the Gen eral Assembly That body wont meet again until January 1958 unless Chandler himself calls it into special session The six Negro boys and two Ne gro girls who showed up for school Tuesday morning came about an hour early in private and entered the front door of the building There were about 50 persons standing around the school most ly teenagers plus a few work men There were a few catcalls which appeared to be mostly in a humorous vein 12 Cruisers Twelve state police cruisers were parked across the street and a company of National Guards men still occupied the schoolyard but neither made any move to es cort the children into the school As the Negro children entered 15 or 16 white pupils seated on the front steps paid no attention to their Negro classmates Trouble over integration at Clay Elementary School apparently ended when a Negro mother de cided to send her two children to Rosenvvald School a Negro school at Providence Ky A spokesman for the Negro woman Mrs James Gordon said the Gordon 10 and Teresa not return to the Clay school until they have the same protection that Ne groes have in BY THE UNITED PRESS Voters in eight states cast ballots Tuesday in primary elections which spotlighted sev eral pivotal U S Senate races Primaries were held in Ver mont New Hampshire Wiscon sin Minnesota Colorado Wash ington Arizona and Utah In Wisconsin veteran Sen Alexander Wiley sought renomi nation for a fourth time But the 72yearold supporter of Presi dent Eisenhowers foreign poli cy was denied the state GOPs endorsement and financial backing which went to his op ponent Rep Glenn Davis Third man in the battle was Howard Boyle a Milwaukee attorney A Democratic candidate to fill the Senate seat being vacated by Republican Sen Eugene D Miilikin highlighted the Colora do primary Former Secretary Agriculture Charles F Bran nan 53 and exCongressman BULLETIN WASHINGTON dent Eisenhower Tuesday op posed the idea of using force afr this point in attempting to settle the Suez Canal crisis At an unusual afternoon press con ference he also said he saw no national trend 5n the Demo cratic victory in Maines elec tion Monday All About I j The Weather Mason City Considerable cloudi ness and little change in tem perature through Wednesday with chance of a shower or thundershower High Wednes day 7580 Low Tuesday night 5458 Iowa Considerable cloudiness with a few widely scattered light showers and thunderstorms through Wednesday Cooler on Wednesday otherwise little change in temperature Low Tuesday night in the 50s Minnesota Partly cloudy cool GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Tuesday Maximum Monday 79 Minimum Monday night 50 At 8 Tuesday 58 Precipitation 03 YEAR AGO Maximum 66 Minimum 30 AP REACH Grace of Monaco who is expecting a baby early next year walks on the deck of the liner United States Tuesday as they arrived at New York for a sixweeks visit With her is her husband Prince Rainier Grace Is Happy to Be Home NEW YORK UP A radiant and relaxed Princess Grace o Monaco arrived Tuesday with her bridegroom Prince Rainier III for a sixweek visit and said its wonderful to be home The royal newlyweds obviously were happy as they talked to re porters aboard the liner United States before it docked at 8 a m The baby they expect early in February was their favorite topic of conversation as with any ex pectant parents Their only disagreement so far ihe prince confided with a grin lias been over a name for the hopedfor heir to the throne of hi 270acre principality Three Names Weve decided on about three different the former movie actress Grace Kelly said We change them so often that we dont want to say which name were considering We dont want to commit ourselves The princess from Philadelphi a maternity suit of black and white checked wool designed fay Christian Dior Her blond hair was pulled back tightly in t French twist as it was on her wed cling day Her pink fur felt hat she said was made by a milliner in Monte Carlo She said she ha no special plans to shop for ma ternity clothes here but she doeL hope to buy a lot of things for the baby Sharp Contrast The orderly news conference aboardship was in sharp contras to the hectic scene when the movie star sailed on April 4 for her Monaco wedding I do think it was unfortunate that so many of the press were sent to Monaco so the princess said Im sure that peo pie all over the world got awfully tired of reading about us I know I No members of the Kelly fam ily were at the dock to meet the prince and princess Mr and Mrs John B Kelly were waiting at the Fifth Avenue apartment where Miss Kelly lived before she wa married Both said their American vfsi was strictly private and would be spent visiting Philadelphia anc New York The princess gave a firm yes when she was asked if her movie career was over REBEL HANGED ALGIERS UP An angry crowd captured a bomb throwe in Oran Monday and banged him from a lamp post before polic could intervene SENATE RACES SPOTLIGHTED Eight States Hold Primaries John A Carroll 55 sought nom ination to oppose former Gov Dan Thornton unopposed GOP candidate in the November election In Washington spirited guber natorial races were expected to Jure voters Ten four Democrats and six Repub on the ballot for governor Republicans Lt Gov Emmett T Anderson and Atty Gen Don Eastvold and Demo crats Secretary of State Earl Coe and State Sen Albert Rosel lini were leading contenders of each party Only a light turnout was ex pected in Arizona where Demo cratic Sen Carl Hayden was be ing challenged for his deanship of the Senate Druggist Robert E Miller was running against Hayden who successfully de feated Miller twice in the past In New Hampshire incum bent GOP Gov Lane Dwinell faced opposition from two men Welsey Powell and farmer Elmer E Bussey John Shaw defeated by Dwinell two years ago was unopposed on the Democratic ballot for gov ernor Gov J Bracken Lee a critic of the Eisenhower administra tion bid Tuesday for a fourth straight gubernatorial nomina tion in Utahs GOP primary If Lee should win he would con tinue his fight for an unprece dented third term as governor in the general election A lack of major contests was expected to result in a light turnout of voters for the Min nesota primary Gov Orville Freeman and his administration had littte intra party oppostion and were ex pected to wire easily on the DemocraticFarmerLabor tick et Front runner on the GOP ballot was former Lt Gov and REA Administrator Ancher Nel sen AP Wirephoto THE HAPPY HUSKIES Gov and Mrs Edmund Muskie beam as they check election returns at Augusta Maine Monday night His victory at the polls assures them of another two years in the Governors mansion Britain and France in Warning to Egypt President in New Bid for Global Peace WASHINGTON UP President isenhower said Tuesday We must widen every possible chink n the Iron Curtain in an effort to promote global understanding and achieve enduring o r 1 d peace The President made the state ment in an informal talk to lead ers from about 40 fields in Amer ican life He had called them to gether to promote his idea of de veloping peopletopeople con tacts among all as well as Communist dominated Eisenhower said that whether it is the Suez problem of today or another there is no more important objective than preserving the peace and pro viding for our own Enduring Peace Referring again to the hope for enduring peace the President said there is nothing that so af ects our daily lives almost dic tates the level of our This conference the President addressed was the first of two he iiad scheduled for Tuesday deal ing with efforts to achieve lasting peace He arranged to meet Tuesday afternoon with a group of top diplomatic and defense advisors for a discussion of disarma ment proposals the government is working The White House put it that way but declined to elaborate Help Sought In his talk Tuesday morning the President said the leaders of the various spheres of American life can do much to help promote understanding and friendship among the peoples of the world He called the purpose of his of peopleto people most worth while in the world today be cause he said it will help build the road to an enduring The project Eisenhower said is based on the assumption thai no people want war all people want But that objective the Presi dent said is not understood by people everywhere Some people in the world he said regard the United States as warlike anc Showers Expected to Continue Over Iowa The Weather Bureau said ligh rain showers at scattered low points Tuesday were the vanguarc of weak storm systems which will bring cloudiness and widely scattered showers or thunder storms to Iowa over the nex coupleof days Traces of rain were reported ffom Waterloo Mason City Spen cer Sioux City Davenport anc Des Moines in the 24 hours ended at 8 Tuesday President of Oil Firm Defends Lobby Tactics WASHINGTON W Frank 0 rior president of the Standard Oil Co of Indiana told Senate in vestigators Tuesday a vigorous campaign for the natural gas bill was necessary to offset a picture presented by the bills foes Prior staunchly defended general his companys activityin behalf of the legislation ID his initial testimony before the Senate Lobby Investigating Committee Prior did not speci fically touch on disputed tele grams sent to Sen Thye R Minn with company funds Sen McClellan DArk had said there was fraud and forgery in volved in some activities by com pany employes The inquiry is an offshoot of ihe row last spring over lobby ing pressures on the bill After Congress passed the measure to ree the natural gas industry rom direct federal control President Eisenhower vetoed it even though he said he agreed with it in principle Prior said senators and mem ers of the House of Representa tives cannot legislate properly in a and he urged against passage of any legislation dis couraging or impeding the free low of information and ideas be the people and their elected Monday the committee heard that the company spent last January to bombard Sen Thye with telegrams urging him to vote for the natural gas bill TRACTOR VICTIM LYMAN Wohlenhaus 19 son of Mrs Ellis Wohlenhaus of near Lyman was killed Mon day afternoon when a tractor overturned on him BISHOP A Billy Bishop 62 Canadian air ace of World War I died at his home Tuesday in Palm Beach Fal He normally is only a winter resident but he had remained though the summer because of illness New Estimate on Corn Crop Given WASHINGTON Ag riculture Department Tuesday predicted the 1956 Iowa corn crop would total bushels up slightly from August but still be ow the 1955 crop The August estimate had placed he expected Iowa crop at bushels after a July 1 es timate of bushels The 1955 Iowa crop totaled 000 bushels while the 194554 av erage is The national estimate also was up for August The department es timated 1956 production a bushels compared with the August estimate of bushels Mental Illness Among Children on Increase ATLANTIC Wl of an pparent increase in mental and motional problems among chil iren were given as the Governors Committee on Mental Health held he first of a series of five hear ings scheduled in Iowa this week The hearings are designed t provided information and sugge tions on mental health needs an facilities in the state After concluding the sessio here Monday the committe moved on to Spencer for a Tue day hearing It will be in De Moines on Wednesday at Oelwei Thursday and at Iowa City on Fri day Committee members presen vere Dr Reas Anneberg Carroll VIrs J A Lueth and A M Piper both of Council Bluffs and Mis aula Robinson and David Krui denier both of Des Moines In a written report Ernest Car er welfare director for Pottawat amie County said mental illness nd emotional disturbances are in reasing especially among chil iren He said the widespread nactice of both mothers and athers working may be a factor Carter and others who made re orts recommended more mental ealth clinics where patients can e treated without being hospital zed Javits Wagner Square Off in Senate Seat Fight ALBANY N Y Lfl Atty en Jacob K Javits and New York Citys Mayor Robert F Wagner squared off Tuesday for what each promises will be a lardfought campaign for Her bert H Lehmans Senate seat Javits nominated unanimously Monday by the Republican State ommittee served notice that c was through denying reports that sought to link him with Communists early in his political career Let us get on with the busi ness of this great Javits declared in his acceptance speech Wagner designated as the Democratic nominee by a cheer ing turbulent convention in the citys largest movie theater was champing at the bit with equal spirit Im not in this campaign half Wagner asserted Im in with both feet Im out to Lehman 78 cited his age when he announced his retire ment last month AP Wlrcphoto REFUSED crowd of white students at McReynolds Junior High School Houston sur round Beneda Williams 14 and her father as she at tempted to register at the allwhite school Monday Her registration was refused by school authorities SAME Plan Use of Force If Necessary Voters Support Muskie Party Chiefs Cite Trend PORTLAND tPi Maine Demo crats retained their hold on the governorship in Mondays state election and broke the 22year GOP hold on one and possibly two of the three U S House seats Gov Edmund S Muskie re ceived the largest vote ever given a governor in winning a second consecutive term His majority of more than over Repub lican Willis A Trafton was not the greatest The record is recorded by Republican William Tudor Gardiner in de feating Democrat Edward C Moran in 1928 The victorious Democratic can didate for Congress was the par tys state chairman Frank M Coffin 37 Lewiston in the 2nd District Still In Doubt Still in doubt is the result of the 1st District campaign with unof ficial figures giving veteran Rep Robert Hale a 28vote margin over Democrat James C Oliver in Hales eighth term bid The 1 outcome may not be decided un Itil the Governor and Executive 1 Council check the vote in several 1 L 0 N D O N W Britain and Adlai Stevenson said the Demo ranee warned Egypt Tuesday cratic victory itldicates nhe they are ready to use force iflnational trend to the Democrats necessary to protect their rightsUs stffl gaming in theSuez Canal His campaign manager James A high political source Finnegan termed the victory however Britain would lay the the more remarkable in view Suez dispute before the UnitedLf the way the Republicans made Nations as the next step toward this a test of President Eisenhow a solution ers P0puarjty and influence with A communique issued by Britthe ish Prime Minister Eden and French Premier Mollet said they T are determined to resist by all Leonard W Hall the GOP na appropriate means any arbitrary tlonal cnairnian said however nterference with rights under inthe race for governor involved on ernational agreements in the Iy ocal lssues He said that in Suez crisis tne three Maine congressional Full Agreement races based on national issues Winding up two days of emerthe combined Republican vote ex iency talks they declared themceeded the combined Democratic elves in full agreement on vote by about ballots further measures to be taken Thls lndlcates that Maine will n the light of Egypts refusal to lnT the RePubIican column in egotiate an international svstem the November he said or operating the canal hf aHrfpH These further measures were ot spelled out A Foreign Office spokesman aid however the measures will face a Walkout OKd PARIS Iff The Suez Canal Co Tuesday authorized its em ployes including about 200 pilots to quit their jobs in Egypt after Sept 15 The an nouncement came after a meet of the Board of Directors It cleared the way for a walk tough fight and the only way can win is to work harder than ever before Weve got to tell our story and weve got to concen trate in the precincts with shoe leather Rep Clifford G Mclntire had no trouble gaining a third full term in the 3rd Dist but his per centage was down OneYear Terms The 42yearold Muskie son of a Polish immigrant tailor be came the first Democrat re elected in a presidential at lleast since the Civil War And in out by the employes if as the m company has said the vast days Maine governors had majority of them do not wish one instead of twoyear terms to work under the nationalized 621 of precincts an unof Egyptian canal authority A tabulation rolled up widespread walkout would crip for Muskie and for Willis A Bill Trafton 37 canal operations e disclosed in the British House f Commons which meets in mergency session Wednesday nd Thursday Just before the communique vas issued a high British political nformant said the Eden govern ment had definitely decided to lace the Suez dispute before the Jnited Nations but was still con idering in what form this should te done Full Conformity The communique referred to he U N only in this statement The ministers recalled that rom the outset their govern ments actec in full conformity vith the purposes and principles the United xpressed their determination to evelop their cooperation and to esist by all appropriate means ny arbitrary interferences with ights established under interna ional agreements and any action ncompatible with justice and pect for the obligations arising1 rom treaties and other sources f international This quotation is from the U N barter Britain and France have been teadily building up their land air and sea power in the eastern editerranean within striking the Republican speaker of the Maine House The total of was almost below the record but Mus kies vote was well ahead of the best previously given any gover for Republican Lew is O Barrows in 1936 Muskie got 59 per cent of the vote in Mondays balloting the first in the country this year Two years ago he won his first terra with 54Vi per cent of almost 000 beating Burton M Cross thea the GOP incumbent distance of the Suez Canal fore the Third Reich collapsed Doenitz to Be Freed Oct 1 BONN Germany Former Grand Adm Karl Doenitz Nazi Germanys last fuehrer will ba released from Spandau Prison on Oct 1 Allied officials said Tuesday Doenitz 64 is one of the five top Nazi war criminals held under fourpower control in the Berlin prison His 10year sent ence expires next month Allied authorities said Doenitz is in poor health Boss of Germanys crack sub mariners Doenitz named by Hitler as his successor just   

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