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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 3, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited ior Ihe CITYG THE NEWSPAftR THATM A L L N 0 T H 0 W A N S VOL LXIH H 6 0 R S Associated Press and United Press Full Lease MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY This Paper Consists of Two One No 351 sops Called Out t Russian Missile May Be Long Way From Production Ike Mum on Gains by U S WASHINGTON W President Eisenhower commenting on Rus sias intercontinental missile claims said Tuesday mere test ing of such weapons is a long way from actual production Eisenhower made the statement at a news conference when asked whether he could give the Ameri can people any information on the status of this countrys efforts to develop an intercontinental ballis tics missile The questioner asked for com ment in the light of the Soviet Unions announcement last week that it had successfully tested such a weapon Eisenhower replied that any tmng he said had lo be within MCrtM r the framework of nalional secur mClty Mostly cloudy cool Tuesday night low in up per 50s Generally fair Wednes day High 7580 v tv us 11 i mill the framework of national secur ity He went on to say that care ful reading of the Russian an nouncement marked it more for what it did not say than what it Iowa Partly cloudy northeast actually did say erpnnraiur i Most Evasive The President called the Soviet announcement most evasive The Russians always have been known for statements which serve only their own purposes he said Eisenhower said that in the past the Russians have been something less than completely reliable and added that ontlys occasion he saw no reason for placing more credence than usual in the Soviet announcement As for this countrys progress in that field the President actual ly said nothing about the status of work He did say many mil lions of dollars have been spent within the capacity of available scienlific knowledge and what he called the whole arrangement The missile program has the highest priority he said but add ed that it will be a long time be for a longrange missile is the best means of delivering explo sive power Other Subjects for an extended vacation at New CONGRESS Eisenhower reattorneys plied not much when asked ago lhat he was tremendously disappointed in the performance of the 85th Congress which ad of the 85th Congress which ad Cahf WHar journert its first session last Tects 50 warden San day Quentm for the past five years day The President touched sheet of paper from his pocket and saying he had a little list ne wa dealing with the record of gress On the credit side Eisenhower listed enactment of such meas ures as the Middle East anti Communist resolution creation of the International Atomic En ergy Agency passage of the civil rights bill and the bill designed to safeguard FBI files On the debit side of measures asked but not enacted Eisen hower ticked off proposals for protection of welfare and pension funds in the iabor union field to restrict highway advertising an emergency corn program tax reduction for small business in surance against floods and a postal rate increase Finally Eisenhower said the foreign aid appropriation of some is not adequate LIVING COSTS Inflation is this countrys major internal problem today Eisenhower said He added he is not advocating a buyers strike but did urge the I public to purchase selectively in an effort to control prices TO SHOW PROFIT DES MOINES OR Despite the 1957 Iowa State Fairs decline in attendance from last years crowds the exposition will show small profit Secretary Lloyd B Cunningham said Tuesday Heart Attack Proves Fatal to EXPLORER FREUCHEN Pi Peter Freuchen 71yearold Arctic ex NEW YORK UP orer author and TV Monday at the Elmendorf Air Force Base Anchorage Alaska Commentator Lowell Thomas informed his office here Tues day that Freuchen collapsed and died after carrying his luggage up a starway at the bases officers quarters The grilled one legged explorer had refused any help Thomas said ihomas reported that a Navy doctor was at the scene and pronounced Freuchen dead immediately after he collapsed Freuchen was in Anchorage on a sentimental journey to the Arctic with other veteran explorers face became familiar to millions When he made six appearances on CBSs The 000 Queston show last year to win the quizs top prize in the category of The Seven Seas P P Dr Freuchen was to be a speaker in Mason City Nov 12 at Club Before learning of his thC his 183 Die in Roil Disaster KINGSTON Jamaica 7BA hoi ay special train carrying 1500 Roman Catholics home from a pilgrimage and beach outing snapped apart on a hill late Sun day night and plunged 183 to death About 700 others were injured of the worst rail disasters About The Weather generally fair west and south Tuesday night continued cool low in 60s Wednesday general ly fair warmer west Minnesota Clearing cooler GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum Monday 75 Minimum Monday night 60 At 8 am Tuesday 64 YEAR AGO Maximum 82 Minimum QQ Eisenhower Signs FBI Bill Into Law WASHINGTON W President Eisenhower signed into law Tues day a bill aimed at protecting FBI files from unrestricted searches by defense lawyers Congress passed the bill as one of the last acts of the session The Justice Department and FBI Chief Hoover had asked for it be cause of the Supreme Courts Jencks case decision last June mgnway aeatn rate a mug were aerauea air enect upon tne economy He for the 78hour period starting at Rescue crews dug frantically also termed the proposed pro 6 pm last Friday and ending at for dead and injured among the Sram discriminatory local me Aisled steel and splintered wood What the proposed legislation JCIHJVS case uecision last June Eisenhower leaving Wednesday Hoover said his men couldnt go ir an extended vacatinn at ATO on with fhpir unri f with their work if their con VVLIIUCU vduduuu ai mi tneir wort u their conand 413 for the port R i dealt with theseother dential files were opened to al Day holiday period matters fishm Rvnpriffinnc v fishing expeditions by defense San Quentin Warden Found Dead in Chair SAN QUETIN Calif was found dead in his chair at The President touched off a iuunu caa m ms cnair at SIGOURNEY Fire started round of laughter by pulling a the reservation from a lighted kerosene stove in nf at Ainnriav a washhouse deslroved the farm his Chinese home of Frank Norlhup about five at am was found Holiday Road Toll Exceeds Predictions Traffic v 44 Drowning 93 Miscellaneous 96 630 Total Bjr THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Traffic accidents killed more persons than the 420 predicted for the Labor Day weekend The toil appeared heading for one of the biggest for the holiday since World War II The heavy highway death rate for the 78hour period starting at C Tt 1 i TTi T f tiiiicy was termed a tragic trend by safety experts Delayed reports of accidental amid shrieks deaths shoved the highway toll above last years Labor Day lotal of 435 a Labor Day of 461 set in 1951 The second highest total for the ill C A dill 1 Iowa counted a toll Tuesday of ln tne wreck six motor vehicle deaths for the but it resulted from a previous accident A toll of 10 had been forecast for Iowa Most victims were in two run away coaches splintered by a plunge down a 100foot embank ment Railroad officials in revising the death toll upward to 183 Monday mght said more may be found dead The passengers represented a cross section of this British Carib bean colonys widely mixed popu lation mostly Negroes Two Engines The 12car train pulled by two diesel engines was wrecked about 11 pm as it neared the town of Kendal 60 miles west of King ston on the way back from the outing at Montego Bay on Ja maicas north coast The leading engine became un t coupled a half mile from the Ken dal Station Then the second en gine and fwo coaches broke loose from the 10 coaches making up the resf of the of the 10car string were derailed Relief Hospital hundred injured passes e Two inured passencurrent market Eis However safety experts said it Srs were brought to a relief bossaid in his memorandum d not ae mtal set U in iiuwcvet saiecy experts said It s Clt 10 a j did not appear likely it would pital set UP in Kingston reach Ihe traffic death record for others were taken to towns near the scene of the wreck The excursionists were mem me 5econa nignest total for the excursionists were mem holiday since World War II was bers of the Holy Name Society of ong Wlth hls criticism of the 438 in 1955 This years toll and their wives and he kllled Eisenhower re pares with 426 for the fourday children They had attended Mass mnved arguments for an increase Independence Day holiday period at Montego Bay Sunday the mterest rate on regular GI and 413 for Ihe fourday Memoriand later went the beach for whlc al Day holiday period their annualJamilv outino reflsed to allow heir annualfanuly outin Entire families were wiped out r veice eats for the e oicias caed Labor Day weekend A seventh every doctor and nurse on this mem money into VAguaranteed traffic death also was recorded 50 by island htlt if 4 n n O Among the uninjured survivors r was the Rev Charles Eberle a priest from Somerville Mass miles southeast of here Monday The worlds worst rail disaster occurred in Balvana Italy on March 2 1944 when 521 persons succumbed to deadly coal fumes CROWD ASSEMBLES AT HIGH SCHOOL A crowd of some 500 students and adults gather m front of Central High School in Little RocT Ark as National Lruaiusmen watch at every entrance The troops were called out to block efforts at the school Direct Loan Expansion Bill Killed WASHINGTON Hi President Eisenhower Tuesday killed legis lation to extend and expand a di rect loan program for veterans housing in rural areas and small communities In announcing a pocket veto of the measure Eisenhower said it would t i n ary effect upon the economy He Macmillan in Disarm Plea to Bulganin isaia ii P Prime Minister Harold Macmillan urged Premie Bnlgamn Monday tobreakJJieEastWest deadlock over dis vmr armampnt c What the proposed of he two coaches at the bottom seeks to do is to make substan ehmbtnkmef They worked Ua amounts of additional mort amid Shripks anrl mnine JilUlL age funds ing for direct loans at interest rates well below the current market Eisenhower You have but to say the word and real progress is assured Macmillan said in a friendly letter to Bulganin Macmillan who has corresponded sporadically with Buleanin since early this year appealed over the head of Valerian Zorin representative on the Disarmament subcomittee We were not encouraged by the tone The direct loan program ex II would have two years Along with his criticism of the vj home loans which Congress had ifused to allow He said that because of higher wi 30 Fort Dodge v UiolHl Thn hrwhnr Fishei Drown in Lake Osakis Minn OSAKIS Minn UP Two Monday O J IVJJL11C and substance of Mr Zorins in tervention in the disarmament subcommittee on Aug 27 Mac millan declared Zorin contended that disarms Federal Action Studied Little Rock Hit by Unrest LITTLE ROCK Ark HWOnly vhite students went to class at Little Rock Central High School Tuesday while about 200 white adults stood outside the ring of national guardsmen placed there Monday night by Gov Orval Faubus None of the nine Negroes sched uled to enter the 2000pupil high school showed up apparently in compliance with a school board request The board called off the scheduled integration early Tues day after the governor ordered the troops to the school grounds n effect halting the planned race mixing Faubus told a television audi ice Monday night that to main am peace and order the school iad to remain uninlegrated at least for the time being In Washington President Eisen hower told a news conference that Ally Gen Herbert Brownell Jr s investigating Faubus use of troops He said Brownell would set his course of action after a conference with the federal judge who ordered the integration Two Demonstrations There were only two quiet dem onstrations from the crowd com posed of about 200 studenls and as many adults There were no Negroes in sight although a truck load of young Negroes drove to within a block of the school and then left There was loud handclapping and a few Rebel yells when a teenaged boy unfurled a Confed erate flag This is no gag he soberly told a newsman Members of the Capital Citizens Council distributed leaflets among the spectators The leaflets were entitled What Lincoln Said About Segregation and a PS at the end included this sentence We can and will abolish tax schools if necessary Phone Campaign Faubus had mentioned in that a severe storm They were identified as Curtis E Johnson 35 Cowrie and yields available on other forms Appalled officials called f or of investment the flow of invest mortgages has been drastically AREA EVACUATED The bodies were not recovered immediately because the wind whipped waters of Ihe lake hamp ered recovery efforls The two rrien rented a boat at aJLake resort Monday and a storm value Western Plan The Western plan was a broad one calling for reduction of con ventional armaments as well as curtailment of nuclear weapons production It proposed a twoyear suspension of nuclear test and tight inspection of the territory of the atomic powers and that motor caravans were converging on the Capital City from other sections of the state The Rev Corbett Mask of Benton some 20 miles to the southwest said that he had brought about a dozen segregationists with him to the school About a dozen National Guard jeeps and trucks were parked bumper to bumper in fmnt nr from a locomotive in a tunnel the Mix a brush fire raged the rugged ibution both r t l Wltn the weapons re west of here in and then e risked the stormy hat lhn favorable SS ionly an overturned boat st of The crowd stood quietly Tnost Points jtioned at each of the numerous Other points made by Ian in a 1200word letter released by 10 Downing St t 1 He rejected a proposal in Buljof the timeA National Guard ganins most recent letter on colonel told the boy 20 lhat the United Slates and alliwith thc nag not to display it European nations pledge themaSaii However he brought the selves not to assist any aggressor a few minutes later who violates the peace of Europe aml tnere was another burst of Macmillan said members of ihciaPPlause North Atlantic Treaty Organiza Somc white students lion already had given such thc building about 30 minutes pledge voluntarily and classes were scheduled to ally Start and the crowd thinned down 2 He welcomed a Bulganin considerably jslatcmenl lhat Russias only aim At and Sturgis jin the Middle East is to promotejKv tvvo hotspots in last years Ipeace But he said Soviet Picture there were no the recent incidents us two dozen Negroes have appeared in a different icnrollci for classes U was This referred to the leftist first at inteyra of army control in Syria while Clinton is in its second MISS AMERICA OF 58 IS HERE Somewhere in thisnrf contestants for the Miss America of 1958 StU s the one be chosen at the climax of the annual beauty pageant Saturday at Atlantic i AP AP vvirephoto City N J Here they pose for the traditional swim suit photo as com petition gets under way Two Drown in River in Waterloo Area WATERLOO tfi Teofilo Ccna 27 Waterloo and Harold jDcYoung 36 Evansdalc drowned iMonday while fishing in the Cedar River near here Fruto apparent ly stepped into deep water while trying to unsnag his line and De Young then tried to assist authorities said Both were swept away by the strong current Their bodies were recovered later yea r SAME Black lag means in   

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