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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 25, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXII Associated Press aad United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 25 1954 This Paper Consists of Two Ona No Adlai in Dare to President Major Farm Talk Set FROM OtIR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON President Ei senhower flies to the Midwest Tuesday for the first major farm speech of his reelection cam paign Adlai E Stevenson chal lenged him in advance to spell out precisely what he has done to fulfill his 1952 farm pledges The President and Mrs Eisen hower were scheduled to depart from Washingtons National Air port Tuesday afternoon on a flight to Peoria 111 The Chief Executive will deliver his ad dress there at CST in the Bradley University Field House The 30minute speech will be broadcast and telecast by the Columbia Broadcasting System Purposes Of Trip The speech and visit to the Midwest will Provide the President a plat form for announcing any new ad ministration plans to raise farm income Include a presidential boost for the candidacy of Illinois Republi can Sen Everett Dirksen who is running for a new term agains State Sen Richard Stengel On the eve of the speech Ste venson speaking in Oklahoma City called on the President to tell us when he speaks at Peoria precisely what his adminis tration has done to fulfill its pledges to the American farmer 90 of Parity Stevenson maintained that in 1952 Eisenhower promised farm ers to continue price supports a 90 per cent of parity and late said he would work for full 101 per cent parity Yet said Steven son the administration has ful filled neither of these pledges bu has shown neglect and indiffer ence to the farmer White House Press Secretary James C Hagerty left no doub that Eisenhower would answer hi Democratic rival Hagerty sail Eisenhower would present th facts of the farm situation be cause they needed straighten ing The White House would no comment on a published report that Eisenhower might also sug gest in his speech a revised parity formula and new ways of dispos ing of farm surpluses In Arkansas Stevenson himself moved on to Little Rock rying his campaign to the South for the first fime There he reaf firmed his belief that the Supreme Court was right in ruling against segregation in the nations pub lic schools In an address delivered in Mac Arthur Park Stevenson thus ex pressed in substance the same views he set forth last month a few days before he won his partys presidential nomination He said Tuesday The Supreme Court of the United States has determined unanimously that the Constitution does not permit segregation in the schools As you know for I have made my position clear on this from the start I believe that decision to be right Some of you feel strongly to the contrary But what is most important is that we agree that once the Su preme Court has decided this con stitutional question we accepl that decision as lawabiding citi Hurricane Loses Force c Egypt in Own Complaint to U N AP Wirephoto AND NOBODY Cecil Reynolds Sac ramento climbed to safety Monday after his machine smashed through the railing of the approach to the I Street bridge over the Sacramento River Even John Hernandez who dropped 30 feet in the car below failed to report anything worse than a minor cut His car was pushed off the bridge when the trucks brakes failed Segregationist is Arrested 3rd Time Council Action Awaited UNITED NATIONS N Y Egypt has come up with its own call for U N Security Council intervention in the Suez Canal dispute The Egyptian request will be taken up by the Council Wednes day along with an earlier British French demand for action Cairos move came late Mon day a day after Britain and France had asked the council to consider the situation created by Egypts July 26 nationalization of the waterway The 11nation councils first task will be to decide whether to de bate the complaints together or separately and if separately in what order The council is not ex pected to get down to the issues in the canal dispute before next week When the debate reaches the meat of the controversy it is ex pected to bring the participation of British Foreign Secretary Sel wyn Lloyd French Foreign Min ister Christian Pineau Egyptian Foreign Minister Mahmoud zi and perhaps Secretary of State Dulles Egypts Request Egyptian delegate Omar Loutfi presented Egypts request for council consideration in a letter o Emilio NunezPortuondo of Cuba council president for Sep tember It asked that the council consider action against Egypt by some powers particularly France STUDENTS MEET Bourke Hickenlooper right and Gov Hoegh greeted and chatted with a host of school children in their swing through Franklin County Monday Two of those who shook hands with them in the stop at Sheffield include Cynthia Rohn extreme a freshman and Patti Smith sec ond from an 8th grader Other photos on inside CLINTON Tenn John Kasper put up a fight Monday night when he was arrested in nearby Oak Ridge on in dictments stemming from mass protests of school integration here our weeks ago A crowd of his supporters gathered around the Anderson County ail here after he was locked up Auxiliaxy police organized during he Labor Day weekend violence here were called out as a pre caution The crowd dispersed however after Kasper was released on bond pending a ourt hearing Tuesday on charges of sedition and inciting a riot Sheriff Glad Woodward arrested Sasper as booing demonstrators leckled speakers at a Democrat c campaign rally Kasper said he and the demon strators had assembled to protest he scheduled appearance of Gov Frank Clement at the rally Sen Albert Gore DTenn delivered the main speech before the persons attending Clement who has been a target of criticism from segregation forces because of the use of Na tional Guard troops in the Labor Day weekend disturbances here did not appear He wired thai bad weather prevented his ap pearance The White Citizens Council or Intelligence Data Made Available to Sen Kefauver WASHINGTON UP Presiden Eisenhower Tuesday granted a request by Sen Estes Kefauver for periodic intelligence briefings on foreign affairs during the poli tical campaign The Democratic vice presiden tial nominee had asked the Presi dent to arrange the briefings in a telegram sent from Ephrata which reached the White House Monday Eisenhower asked the Central Intelligence Agency to provide Kefauver with briefings similar to those approved earlier for Ad lai E Stevenson the Democratic presidential nominee Kefauver said in his telegram he found it increasingly difficult in the course of my campaign ac tivities to comment on matters involving our foreign affairs and nation without intelligence reports from CIA ganizer from Washington D C said he resisted arrest because they had no warrant when the arrested me I refused to be tak en into custody without seeing a It was Raspers third arrest in Anderson County since he went there to organize protests in ad vance of admission of 12 Negroes among 800 white students at Clin ton High School Aug 27 The first time was the day be fore school opened when he was jailed on charges of vagrancy and inciting a riot The charges were dismissed two days later and he resumed his activity The next day he was arrested again this time on a charge of contempt of Federal Court He was convicted given a years sentence and released the next week on bond pending appeal All 12 Aboard Air Force C47 Killed in Crash BUENA VISTA Colo 12 persons aboard an Air Force C47 were killed Monday when the craft plunged into the sheer north west edge of Mt Yale A joint ArmyAir Force team equipped with mules started an ascent to the level at dawn Tuesday to return the bjodies Among the victims who in cluded both civilians and military personel was a Womens Army Corps enlisted woman The bodies were found strewn in and around the firecharred wreckage by a sevenman team which rode and limbed for five hours to reach tie scene The plane was attached to the Continental Air Defense Com mand at Colorado Springs Colo A spokesman there said it left about a m Monday on a light to Hamilton Air Force Base near San Francisco 6 Members of Farm Family Have Polio VERONA N D UP Six members of the Albert Cox fam ily arent on hand for the harvest this year Polio has hospitalized four boys and two girls of the 11 children in the family None is paralyzed however Itll be kind of Mrs Cox said We still have all the potatoes some of the threshing and the milking to and the United Kingdom which constitute a danger to interna tional peace and security and are serious violations of the charter of the United Britain and France had asked that the council meet to consider the situation created by the uni lateral action of the Egyptian gov ernment in bringing to an end the system of international opera tion of the Suez Canal which was confirmed and completed by the Suez Canal convention of Endorse Plan A British Foreign Office spokes man said early this week that Britain wants the council to en dorse the plan for the Suez Canal Users Assn put forward at an 18nation meeting last week in London Most of the 18 nations representing more than 90 per cent of the normal canal are expected to join the associa tion at an organizing meeting set for Oct 1 in London Delegates generally expect that any resolution for council en dorsement of the users associa tion would run into a Soviet veto Several delegations have been talking about three other possible ways of seeking a solution 1 Conversion of the council into a committee of the whole for free discussion with out procedural complications 2 establishment of a good offices committee of perhaps six U N members or New Atlantic Phone Cable in Service Million Line Officially Opened NEW YORK UP The new 42 million dollar transatlantic tele phone cable was officially opened Tuesday first direct voice link between the old world and the PROVES A GOOD EXCUSE D E S M01NES mond Renteria had a pretty good excuse for parking his car in a noparking zone in front of a church I thoughf 1 had a right to leave it there your honor be cause I was getting married in Renteria told Municipal Judge Ray Harrison Monday Thats a No 1 said Harrison case dis Promptly at 11 Cleo F Craig board chairman of the American Telephone and Tele graph said The big mo ment is at hand First well talk to London then Ottawa In con clusion well officially open serv ice between the United States Britain and He lifted the phone This is Cleo Craig in New York calling Dr Charles Hill in Other Speakers Thus almost prosaically he ex changed greetings of the British Post Office and then with George Carlyle Marler Canadian minis ter of transport in Ottawa Other speakers included George C Mc Connaughey chairman of the Federal Communications Com mission Sir Gordon Radley di rector general of the British Post Office in London and Douglas F Bowie president of the Cana dian Overseas Telecommunica tion Corp in Ottawa Possible Jamming People have been talking by White Boycott Cuts School Attendance Henderson Is Disturbance Scene 3 a request to Secretary Gen eral Dag Hammarskjold to use his good method used to get American prisoners out of Red China in 1955 and to arrange Palestine ceasefires last spring phone to Europe since 1927 but their voices have been carried by radiotelephone These circuits are subject to atmospheric inter ference and possible jamming by alien sources in time of emer gency Third Officer on Liner Testifies in Doria Probe NEW YORK UP The third mate of the liner Stockholm testi fied Tuesday the Italian liner An drea Doria turned across his bow while he was answering a tele phone call Ernest CarstensJohansen 26 told a pretrial hearing that the rea Dorias left running light red still visible on the approaching vessel when he left the bridge the night of the collision He said he left the bridge to take a phone call from the look out he said I looked and saw the whole side of the An drea Doria swing up and then I saw her green The green light is the right side light to Carstens Johansens the Italian liner had swung abruptly to the left across the Stockholms bow just before the collision Fifty persons died in the ram ming and sinking of the Andrea Doria by the Stockholm off the Massachusetts coast last July HENDERSON Ky white boycott cut attendance at Weaver ton Elementary School almost 75 per cent Tuesday as segregation ists urged parents to keep their children home until five Negroes leave the school Five ministers showed up at the school opening and urged parents to keep their children in school One woman in the crowd of 200 who refused to identify herself Brings End to Drought Property Loss Is Counted BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Hurricane Flossy subsided into a vast droughtbreaking rain storm as it moved slowly over south Georgia Tuesday after causing nine deaths and some property damage in its journey across the Gutf of Mexico and the Northwest Florida coast The once dangerous storm was reported centered just west of Albany in southwest Georgia with its top winds at 50 miles short of full gale force and only half the velocity reached before it moved inland Gusty winds of 25 to 35 miles an hour extended outward 300 to 350 miles north and east of tha center and 150 miles to the west Some Damage In its overland path from Fort Walton Beach to Dothan to Albany the storm ap parently did nothing worse in tha property damage line than to down some trees and power lines On the other hand its accom panying rainfall was breaking tha back of drought conditions across Southern Alabama and Georgia and Northern Florida so that on balance Flossy was probably more a blessing than a disaster in those areas Typical overnight rainfall re ports included inches at Al bany 2 at Valdosta at Bainfaridge at Savan nah and at Augusta Ga The potential casualty list of the storm took a sharp drop Tuesday when the Coast Guard reported he motor vessel Carport located The new took more cable than system which two years to Republicans Making Plans to Observe Presidents Birthday WASHINGTON cans will celebrate President Eisenhowers 66th birthday next month with getoutthevote Ike scrolls and Ike day The scrolls and cakes will be part of the GOP festivities planned for National Ike Oct 13 the day before the Presi dents birthday The National Ike Day Commit tee scheduled a lunch Tuesday to complete plans for the birth day celebration The menu was scheduled to include Eisenhower The committee said the Happy Birthday scrolls will be circulated throughout the nation to collect signatures of persons pledging to do all they build does away with the possi bility of these disturbances and thus has national security as pects Cose of the Bloody Arm Leads Youths Into Court said Preachers who say you should send your kids to school with niggers are no better than 206 Reported Only 206 of the schools 870 stu dents reported to classes The five ministers representing the Henderson County Ministerial said they were on the scene because Were trying to be good The crowd however accused them of butting in on something you have no right Rayburn Sugg spokesman for the gathering said the White Citizens Council decided last weekend to protest integration at Weaverton inside the city but un der the jurisdiction of the county school system Were saying nothing to those parents who continue to bring their children here But we hope that others will see our side and near Grand Isle in the Gulf of Mexico Missing since Sunday she was disabled but the 15 aboard her were safe Two Drowned Two of the Carports crew drowned Sunday Fiossys firsfc victims Still missing in the gulf in Accident Injuries Fatal to Aged lowan WASHINGTON Iowa ington had its first traffic fatality in six years Monday when Frank Melinsky 75 died of injuries suf Good Students Some of the 206 students who remained in school said the Ne groes are fun to play with and get along The Negroes who have attended classes since Sept 4 were described by their eluded two persons in an oil com pany helicopter about 12 fisher men and an undetermined number aboard the missing tug Rosalie E The Coast Guard at New Or leans Tuesday reported all person nel aboard two offshore oil rigs are safe 11 on one and an unde termined number on the other As the hurricane slashed inland near Panama City Monday night two jets attempting to es cape the winds were rammed to gether in midair As one spun to earth it hit a home and killed an expectant mother and her three I children Flossy did most of its damage in the Gulf of Mexico House Unroofed Damage to oil drilling equip ment and ships in the gulf was unofficially estimated at two mil lion dollars Several houses were unroofed in the beach area near Panama City and there was some damage to piers near the resort city were sunk Five cabin cruisers and several others fered Sept 4 in the collision his bicycle and a car of All About BRISTOL Pa teenage boys learned the hard way Tuesday that different peo can to get out the vote Nov 6 pie react in various ways when they see a bloody arm dan gling from the trunk of an auto mobile When Madeline Wadlinger of Bensalem and Camille Pinch of Andalusia saw the gruesome they fainted An unidentified motorist his nerves a bit more steeled sim ply pulled over to the roadside to recover But authorities in Bensalem and Bristol Townships didnt scare at all Police in Bensalem Township first received the report am ok model car with a body in the xunk was proceeding toward Bristol Township on the Bristol Pike Soon other reports were coming in from people who had spotted the car prompting Squire Albert Schultz to order an all joints bulletin over the police radio Police in eight surround ing communities thus were alerted Finally the auto was halted by two patrolmen in Bristol Town ship They opened the trunk and U M fc The Weather Mason City Generally fair through Wednesday Low Tues day night mid 40s High Wed nesday near 80 owa Generally fair Tuesday night low in 50s Partly cloudy and cooler Wednesday Minnesota Continued pleasant GiobeGazette weather data up to 8 Tuesday Jones ol arm was found 15yearold Bill Bensalem inside His covered with catsup The nine youths each were fined and costs on disorderly were damaged on Dauphin Island teachers as good students well near Mobile Ala Two tugs sank in Mobile Bay but the crews of One uniformed patrolman was on duty at the school Tuesday morning but Police Chief Fred Halle said he had plainclothesmen scattered in the crowd Felix Trader principal at Weaverton said the school board instructed him to keep Weaver ton open and thats what Im going to A car with a loudspeaker pa troled the front of the school urg ing the crowd to attend a meet ing of the White Citizens Council Tuesday night Maximum Monday 82 Minimum Monday night 45 At 8 Tuesday 62 YEAR AGO Maximum 61 Minimum 35 both were rescued The Red Cross said that nearly persons were housed in temporary shelters in six north west Florida counties The agency set up shelters as far inland as Defuniak Springs about 100 miles ast of Pensacola There was no estimate of the total number of evacuees along the Louisiana and Mississippi coasts Several thous and left the danger areas as Flossy approached but many re turned to their homes Winfield Man Victim of Auto Accident I WINFIELD WVJohn B Ander son 48 Winfield was fatally in jured late Monday night when his Icar went into the ditch about mjles west of Winfield He was m the car 525 SAME   

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