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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 14, 1956, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXIII Associated Press and United Full Lease Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 14 W6 Paper Consists oi Four No 31 Oppose New Egypt Intervention Ike Ruling Hailed by Negroes Bus Protest Likely to End MONTGOMERY Ala were badly treated on the buses but now theyve given us jus That was the reaction of a 78 yearold Montgomery Negro woman to the U S Supreme Courts decision Tuesday that bus segregation is unconstitutional The woman Mrs Susie McDon ald and three other Negro wom en brought the suit that broke city and state bus segregation laws White officials across the South took a strong stand directly op posed to hers Charges of unlawful interfer ence with the states common since the 1954 Supreme Court ban on public school segregation echoed again across Dixie Leaders of the 11monthold bus boycott in Montgomery indicated the decision would bring the pro test to an end its purpose now removed All Happy Calling the decision a glorious the Rev Martin Luth er King Jr said everyone was very happy at a meeting of boy cott leaders Tuesday night The Executive Board of the Montgom ery Improvement the boy cotts coordinating group which King heads met to discuss the decision King said the group would meet again to draw up recommenda tions to two mass meetings of boycotters Wednesday night He predicted the boycotters would vote to end their protest and re turn to city buses A similar boycott of segre gated buses has been conducted by Negroes in Tallahassee Fla It began several months after the Montgomery protest started Dec 5 The governors of Mississippi and Georgia U S and state sen ators a state attorney general other officials were among those sharply criticizing the de cision No Comment The Montgomery City Commis sion named in the suit had no immediate comment Alabama Atty Gen John Patterson who had filed an appeal to the Su preme Court of a special llirce judge federal panel was not available for comment President Jack Owen of the Alabama Public Service Commis sion said that to keep down vio lence and bloodshed segregation must be With no immediate efforts of Negroes seeking to ride in the front parts of buses there was no violence in this first capital of the confederacy A caravan of about 40 carloads of robed Ku Klux Klan members toured Negro residential areas of Montgomery Tuesday night horns blowing but police said they had no repprts of violence Officials of the Montgomery Bus Co declined to comment on effects of the decision Officials of the parent company National City Lines of Chicago also refused comment The city had indicated the com pany lost about in reve nue because of the boycott Gov J P Coleman of Missis sippi said that his states segre gation laws are not involved in the decision and would still be enforced Goads Margin Over Dolliver Enlarged By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Iowa appeared Wednesday to have its first Democratic con gressman in 16 years The winner apparently is the Rev Merwin Coad Boone who has a 208vote margin over Re publican incumbent Rep James I Dolliver Fort Dodge The Rev Goads margin is based on the official canvass in 14 counties and a recheck of three wards in the 15th county in the 6th Con gressional District Tuesdays canvass gave the Rev Coad 625 votes and Dolliver THUNDERBIRDS HEAD from the runway in tight formation pilots of the Air Forces Thunderbirds precision flying team head skyward in AP Wirephoto their F100 Super Sabres Activated in 1953 the team claims it is the worlds only supersonic aerobatics group Begin Pol ice Force to Moving Out UNITED NATIONS N Y Secretary General Dag Hammar skjold Wednesday ordered the U N police force to start mov ing to Egypt Informed sources said the first units probably would leave early Thursday from their staging area at the Capodichono Airport at Naples Italy Hammarskjold himself planned to leave New York by plane Wednesday afternoonfor Egypt by way of Rome and Naples Ironed Out The announcement apparently meant that the difficulties be tween the U N and the Egyptian British and French authorities had been settled Hammarskjold was scheduled to leave New York at 5 and arrive in Rome Thursday after noon The U N troops were expected to land at the Abu Soeur Airport at Ismailia Egypt U N officials said the Egyp tians had made arrangements to douse an initial group of troops at Ismailia Arrangements will be worked out for additional units as soon as possible First Units The first units were expected to be those from Denmark and Norway the first to arrive at Capodichino While the troops stood by in Italy a team of 12 truce observers from Palestine landed at Port Said and drove immedi ately to the front lines at El Cap south of the port They sped pasi the forward British and Egyptian positions and headed for Ismailia to talk with Egyptian officials on the movement of the police force into the area Cold First Real Snow of Season HEADING TOWARD IOWA in The weatherman has finally overtaken Indian Summer Iowa The weather bureau reported that the first important snow of the season is expected to occur over the upper Mississippi Valley Wednesday night and Thursday In Iowa it will produce one to three inches of snow In addition low temperatures poised over central Canada will be forced southward behind the snowstorm causing readings all over the state Thursday to hit seasonal lows Gusty northerly winds were accompanying the snow and cold The low temperature reading for North Iowa Wednesday night will be about 25 while Thursdays high wasnt expected to top the 30 degree mark TAKES VACATION f Loveless Besieged by Office Seekers By ROBERT HOGAN DES MOINES IDPA Iowas governorelect said he has made no committments to anybody on anything and intends to go slow on state appointments which come under his jurisdiction Herschel Loveless will return to Iowa this weekend from an Oklahoma vacation and will immediately dive into work in prep aration for his inauguration as governor the third week in January Loveless will be the first Democrat to hold the governorship since Nels Kraschel Harlan who served from 1937 to 1939 Appointments will be only one of the problems which face him but he has found they are among M the first things folks think about after an election Completely tired out after a hard campaign Love less departed two days early for a weeks vacation because so many had already begun to ask for jobs The former Ottumwa mayor canceled an apearance at a Sunday Veterans Day observ ance and a statewide meeting of the Iowa Good Roads Associa tion Monday to get away for a rest before taking up the matter of appointments Political Lines On this subject Loveless said I want people with stature for Until the arrival of the bulk ofithese appointments Of course I the force the chief mission of the 12 observers will be to help keep the ceasefire along the 600 yardwicle no mans land in the Canal Zone The canal likely cannot operate again for months even with the best repair work undertaken quickly The pinch on oil supplies in Europe is growing acute al ready Sweden goes under strict rationing Wednesday night 2 TeenAged Boys Killed in Crash HOSPERS UP Two teenaged boys from the rural Hospers area were killed Tuesday night and their two brothers injured when the car in which they were riding rammed the rear of a stalled truck loaded with steel Dead were Lee Richard Jun gers 17 son of Mr and Mrs John Jungers and Andrew Nan neman 16 son of Mr and Mrs Richard Nanneman Injured seriously was Eugene Nanneman 12 Less seriously hurt was James Jungers 13 NEHRU IS 67 NEW DELHI UP Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru cele brated his 67th birthday Wedncs will follow political lines as much as possible but I also expect to appoint to these positions people who have background and quali fications for He said he hopes to find people who have good records of public service or who are active in civic affairs and who have good rec ords in their own line of endeav or For he said I will appoint no more newspaper peo ple to the highway commission I think people who serve there should have a background and a good knowledge of The present highway commis sion includes a newspaper pub lisher a printer and a magazine publisher among the five mem Loveless will meet with the Democratic members of the Iowa Legislature in Des Moines on Friday Nov 23 yr Loss Mentioned Two members of the highway commission whose terms expire June 30 are Democrats Mel Graham Audubon and Emery Loomis Waterloo Graham an nounced some time ago he is not seeking reappointment Already at least two men are being prominently mentioned for Algona and Robert Conley Des Moines a member of the city council and an attorney If these men are named it will disrupt the yearsold tradition of having commissioners from each of five areas central Iowa northeast and northwest Iowa and south east and southwest Iowa Commissioner Russell Lundy from Des Moines serves until 1959 and it is unlikely two men would be named from the same city Loss who was in the run ning for a commissioner appoint ment in the last legislative ses sion is on the west edge of the district which Loomis serves Youngest Since 1917 Loveless will be 45 years old when he is inaugurated Governor Hoegh was 46 when inaugurated Hoegh is now 48 Loveless will be 46 next May 5 Loveless will be the youngest man inaugurated governor since Jan 11 1917 when William L Harding became governor at the age of 40 Egypt Formally Asks Soviets for Volunteer Troop Help FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES United Nations efforts to save the peace in the Middle East were threatened Wednesday by the move to pour Communist volunteer soldiers into Egypt An Arab source in Moscow told the Associated Press Egypt is asking the Soviet Union to send the The Egyptian Embassy in Moscow declined to talk about the situa tion but little doubt remained that the Soviet Union and Egypt were working handinhand on the plan The Egyptian ambassador in Moscow said earlier that Boy Shoots His Father Then Flees SIOUX CITY 15yearold Gushing farm youth apparently angered because he thought his parents were too strict with him shot and wounded his father at their farm home early Wed nesday Sheriff Edwin L Lunde of Woodbury County reported The youth Larry Nvssen wa the object of search in the farm area IWs miles southwest of Cush ing The boy fled into a cornfield after the shooting The boys father Fred Nissen 51 was hospitalized in Sioux City His condition was reported to be Sheriff Lunde said the elder Nissen was struck in the left arm about two inches below the shoul der by a 22 caliber bullet fired by Larry Nissen was shot about 7 as he stepped from the kitchen door Claim Russ Deporting Hungarians to Siberia VIENNA UP Hungarian farmers freed more than 500 cap tured freedom fighters from a Siberiabound train by blowing up a railroad bridge northeast of Budapest a reliable source said Wed nesday The source quoted reports from the Hungarian capital He said the resistance fighters were liberated shortly before the train was to cross into Russia Tuesday ternoon Rumors that the Russians were deporting captured Hungarians have circulated in Budapest for days Western diplomatic mis sions were deluged with eye witness reports of mass depor tations The source said that hundreds of notes thrown from trains by deported Hungarian youths were found by farmers in railroad sta tions and aloug the rightofway on lines leading to the east He said the hastilywritten notes were relayed to parents aud rel atives in Budapest Rumors Sweep City United Pledges Support President Meets Press By MARTIN ARROWSMITH WASHINGTON President Eisenhower said Wednesday th9 United States would oppose probably through the United Na intervention in Egypt by Soviet or Chinese Communist volunteers The President left the air just what form such opposition might take He told a news conference his first since reelection that the nature of such opposition would depend upon the specific circum stances of any intervention Violate Charter A week ago the White House issued a statement saying that the introduction of any new armed forces into Egypt would violate the charter and it would be the duty of all members including the United Stales to oppose any such ef In the light of that statement Eisenhower was asked Wednes day what form opposition gusty northerly winds and coldwould lake under such circum Soviet citizens had applied for permission to fight for Egypt The Soviet press has built up the situation for several days The Egyptian press likewise has printed reports about foreign offers of aid for Egypt Such things do not happen in either the Soviet Union or Egypt without official backing Radio Moscow has broadcast in its home services the Egyp tian request for volunteers Washington London and Paris have confirmed the arrival at Syrian and Saudi Arabian air fields of Russian jet aircraft Russian advisers already are reported in both countries About The Weather Mason City Light snow with Summit Talks by Arabs Near Close BEIRUT Lebanon ers of seven Arab nations Wed nesday opened the second and ast meeting of their summit conference to coordinate their support of Egypt in the Middle East crisis The seven nations threw their unanimous support behind Egypt at their opening session Tuesday and said an attack on one Arab state constituted an attack on all The meeting was attended by the kings of Saudi Arabia Jor dan and Iraq the presidents of Lebanon and Syria and repre sentatives of the royal families of the Yemen and Libya Egypt was represented by its ambas sadors in Damascus and Beirut dent Russell Jones said in a dis patch from Budapest that rumors of mass deportations were sweep ing the shattered city Other reliable reports reach ng here indicated strongly the days of Janes Kadars Soviet mppet regime may be numbered f it failed to end the general strike soon These reports led to specula ion that the Kadar government unable to win even a semblance of popular support might be re placed by a Soviet military gov ernment which would use force o drive workers back on the ob Attempt to End Strike Kadar was making desperate attempts to end the general strike but few people even both ered to listen or read the proc amations and broadcasts Kadar and his sevenman gov ernment were holed up in Par iament Building protected from he people by Soviet tanks and roops Isolated bands of rebels still leld out against the massed weight of Soviet tanks and troops Diehard fighters on Cze pel Island the largest industrial center in Hungary warned they would blow up the plant rather than surrender er late Wednesday night constances tinning Thursday Low Wednes day night mid 20s High Thurs day low 30s He replied it was for him to say at this point Iowa Snow Wednesday night and Thursday with strong northerly winds Colder Wednesday night low 1522 northwest 2228 south east Colder southeast Thurs day continued cold elsewhere day Temperatures will average 5 to 10 degrees be low normal Thursday through next Monday Colder Thursday with colder trend continuing over the weekend Snowfall is expected to amount to two tenths to fourtenths of an inch of water content occurring Wednesday night or Thursday and possibly some light precipi tation again by Monday Nor mal highs 43 north to 48 south Normal lows 25 north to 29 south Minnesota Snow much colder GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Wednesday Maximum Tuesday Minimum Tuesday night At 8 Wednesday YEAR AGO Maximum Mini mum 61 27 32 35 9 SAME day by attending a1 meeting of I appointment to the commission school children IThey are State Rep Casey Loss Moore and her four children Mrs Eisenhower Celebrates Her 60th Birthday WASHINGTON UP Mamie Eisenhower celebrated her 60th birthday anniversary Wednesday looking younger than when she became first lady four years ago Despite her love for their Get tysburg farm White House life obviously agrees with the bru nette half of the Ike and Mamie team A small intimate family cele bration is expected to mark her birthday A birthday party dinner included Maj and Mrs John Ei senhower and the four Eisenhow er grandchildren Mrs Eisen howers mother Mrs John S Doud and Mrs Eisenhowers sister Mrs George Gordon Then he commented that is not restricted as he put it to adoption of resolutions Duty The President added that he was not going to say the United States would make a unilateral is a decisioji by bow to handle such intervention He noted that last weeks White House state ment said it would be the duty of member countries to oppose intervention Eisenhower said this country certainly would lend support to any action It was at this point that he added that the ac tion need not be restricted to adoption of resolutions The President said there was one case in which the did more than pass a resolution Al though he did not say so Eisen hower presumably was referring to intervention in Korea In discussing a whole series of foreign questions the President said that a summit meeting with Russia now would be a mistake when there are crises going on and the United Nations has taken cognizance of them He emphasized however that he does not foreclose the possi bility of a summit meeting some time He also ruled out for the present any top level Big Three is a meeting of the heads of g o v e r n m e nt of the United States Britain sad France Election Topic In regard to last weeks elec tion the President said he con siders the election results some thing of a mandate to push for ward with his program of what he calls modern Republicanism Eisenhower declared he intends to do this through persuasion since he is not one of the desk pounding type who likes to stick out his jaw and try to look as if he is bossing the works To a question as to how he in terprets the election of a Demo craticcontrolled Congress in the flight of his opinion that the voting was an endorsement of modern Republicanism the chief execu tive replied that The United States has not yet been convinced that modern Re publicanism is with us and is go ting to be the guiding influence of the Republican party AP Wircpnoio GUNS AND MORE GUNS British soldiers who formed part of the AngloFrench force that invaded Port Said sort out some of the shoulder arms taken from surren dering Egyptians The weapons include Russian and Czechmade carbines and sub machineguns as well as many pieces of British manufacture Wife of Judge Hurt in Auto Accident FORT DODGE Marin j van Oosterhout Orange City jwife of a federal circuit judge 1 was reported n serous condition at Mercy Hospital here following a onecar accident Wednesday morning at the east edge of Have lock Hospital attendants said she had a possible fractured right leg crushed chest internal injuries and serious head injuries Judge van Oosterhout is on Court ot Appeals at St Louis
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