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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 4, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE I1 II fllBBr THE NEWSPAPER THAT M A K ES ALL NORTH IOWANS N E I G H B O R S VOL LXII1 Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 4 1957 Red Jet on Way to U S Iceland Stop on Schedule NEW YORK TU 104 twinjet airliner enroute from Moscow to New York with United Nations representatives landed at Reyjkavik Iceland Wednesday after stopping at London for two hours for refueling From Keflavik it will fly to Gander Nfld and then on to Me Guire Air Force Base in New Jersey It will be the first Rus sian plane to land in the United States in 20 years The 5570mile MoscowloMc Guire flight was expected to take about 18 hours total flying time The last Russian aircraft to vis it the United Slates a military plane in a 6200mile flight in 62 hours flying over the North Pole Conflicting Reports There were conflicting reports of the number of persons aboarc the TU104 A Moscow radio broad cast said GO passengers boardec the plane but a news dispatch from the Soviet capital said there were 19 and a crew of 12 includ ing three Britons A Transport Ministry official at London Air port said the plane carried 3S pas sengers Some passengers stayed aboard during the refueling stop in Lon don making an accurate count difficult Most of those aboard were translators and minor offi cials of the Soviet delegation to the U N General Assembly The McGuire base is about 60 miles from the site of U N headquar ters in New York City The 1610mile flight from Mos cow to London was made in 3 hours 46 minutes Keflavik was 1190 miles farther along Gander another 1585 miles and McGuire another 1185 Arrival Time The TU104 was expected at the New Jersey air base Wednesday night At Gsjider an Americanpilot This Paper Consists of Two One No 352 and radio operator will be put aboard to guide the liner after it enters American air space The 12 crewmen boarding the plane in Moscow included three British Royal Air Force officers It was their job to help navigate to Lon don and Newfoundland Top members of the delegation are tentatively scheduled to leave Moscow aboard Sept 14 a second TU104 The Soviet government raised a lastminute objection to landing at McGuire Tuesday but the United States refused to change the flight plan Arrival Point Russian Embassy officials in Washington complained that Mc Guire was 60 miles fromNew York the destination of the pas sengers and asked permission to land at Idlewild Airport the usual arrival point for aircraft from overseas Idlewild is 10 miles on the other side of U N headquar ters The State Department did say the second jet liner could land at Idlewild if it passed a noise level test showing the crafts en gines did not create an undue dis turbance James Casey Is Installed as Bishop LINCOLN OP The Most Rev James V Casey Wednesday was installed as Bishop of Lincoln the sixth Roman Catholic so to serve In the presence of high church officials from throughout the country including three archbis hops Bishop Casey received the Crosier Shepherds Staff sym bolic of his authority as Chief Shepherd of the Diocese in cere monies at St Marys Cathedral Bishop Casey a native of Osage Iowa succeeds the late Bishop Louis Kucera who died May 9 American Communists Carry On in Mexico By BERT QUINT New York Herald Tribune News Service MEXICO CITYTwo of Mexi cos most picturesque colonial communities Guernavaca and San Miguel de be come the headquarters of some of Americas richest and most ac ive Communists The roster of more than 100 expatriate Americans who meet regularly here and in those cities reads like a Whos Who of Communism and in the judgment of the United Slates officials their St Ansgar Farmer Is Crash Victim ST ANSGAIl Louis Koster 34 a St Ansgar farmer vas killed instantly about presence poses a Liufeat to Ameri can security Robert Morris counsel for the United States Senate Internal Se curity Committee has reported that the group is making im portant strategic plans in Mexico Something is going on but we dont know what Martha Dodd Stern and her hus band Alfred K Stern fled Mexi co last month to avoid being ex tradited to testify before an American federal grand jury in vestigating Soviet espionage But they left behind such allegedly active Reds as Frederick Van derbilt Field Maurice Halperin Albert Maltz Samuel J Novick arid David Drucker Like the Sterns most of them came here to escape subpoenas from the United States courts or Congressional committees All are wealthy Many have their own firms real es tate business investments Hours Drive strikingly beautiful artists colony on a gentle slope 6400 feet above sea level several hours drive to the northwest of Mexico City According to American em bassy officials the fact that the Sterns were forced to leave their Mexican haven is no blow to the American Communist movement here Both Mrs Stern who recently was named by Borris Morros a former FBI un dercover agent as the woman who tried to betray him to the Reds and her husband are down in the US governments book as stupid The real leaders of the group embassy sources say are Maltz Helperin and a socalled mys tery man named William Ster ling Dickinson Maltz dubbed the Pope in party circles was one of the Hollywood ten be fore he came to Mexico in April Arkansas Gov Faubus Defies Judges Order on School Integration Is Bound to J u ry CLINTON Smith 53 Fort Wayne Ind accused of abandoning his seven children while he went off to marry a baby sitter Wednesday was sep arated from his family and his bride of a week Municipal Judge W A McCul ough Tuesday bound Smith over to the grand jury on a charge of desertion On a less serious charge of wanton neglect Smith was sentenced to 30 days in jail Meanwhile the seven Smith children ranging in age from 11 months to 12 years were being cared for at St Vincents Home Davenport Fort Wayne relatives of Smiths late wife seek custody of the children Charges Dropped Charges of desertion and wan ton neglect were dismissed by All About The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy Wed nesday night and Low Wednesday night in mid 50s Slightly warmer Thursday high in middle 70s Iowa Partly cloudy Wednesday night with low in 50s Thursday widely scattered showers FiveDay Iowa Temperatures will average 3 to 6 degrees be low normal Thursday through next Monday Normal highs near 80 Norm a J lows in upper 50s Warmer Thursday Cooler Saturday Warmer again Mon day Rainfall will average one fourth to onehalf inch occur ring as thundershowers Thurs day and possibly Friday and again Monday Minnesota Fair and cool GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum Tuesday 68 Minimum Tuesday night 50 At 8 am Wednesday 57 Precipitation 02 inch YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 78 51 Believes Ike May Make U N Plea on Disarmament Offer WASHINGTON Hum phrey DMinn said Wednesday there is a growing possibility President Eisenhower may make a personal appearance against the Judge McCullough second Mrs Smith 27 She testified Tuesday she was employed by Smith as a house keeper and had no knowledge o his romantic intentions She safe she had been m Tuesday when car 1951 A brilliant writer and pro Maltz spent a year in a rm ttmrtM Mates jail tor Contempt is little ascetecism m0f the House Committee on Un m their choice of Activities Iowa Man Held for Assault on Wife CLINTON Stew art Grand Mound was bound over to the grand jury Tuesday on a charge of stripping his wife and burning her with cigarets His wife Evelyn complained he tore her clothes off during the weekend burned her and choked and beat her Stewart pleaded guilty before Municipal Judge W A McCul lough to a charge of assault with intent to do great bodily injury t ilunged off a county road about a half mile south of here Kaster alone in the car vhen the mishap occurred The cause of the accident was mknown but Mitchell County Sheriff Harry Horn said the car raveled about 169 yards in the litch and struck a driveway land ng upright about 15 yards be yond the drive He was found on the floor of the car and had died of a broken neck The car was traveling south He is survived by his wife the former Marjorie Loew of Bloom ing Prairie Minn five children Ronald Constance Richard Rita and Rodney his parents Mr and Mrs Louis Roster St Ansgar two brothers and two sisters Funeral services are incomplete at the Schroeder and Houg Fu neral Home here It was Mitchell Countys fourth traffic fatality this year Gov Foss Wont Be Candidate in 58 drive to the southwest of here is a sunny flowerfilled center for wealthy Mexicans and foreign ers San Miguel de AUende is Leo Elthon Says He Will Be in State Elections JOICE Former Lt Gov Leo Elthon Fertile in an address here revealed that he would be in the coming state election cam paigns but he did not elaborate Elthon has been mentioned as a possible candidate for the gov ernorship on the Republican tic ket He refused to run for the of fice in the last election on the grounds that he had to make a living and could not afford the campaign Elthon also spoke on redistrict ing the Iowa Legislature warned jof labor racketeering and encour agcd the support of a sales tax for the improvement and build PIERRE S D art Gov Joe ing of schools Foss of South Dakota said Tues day he has decided not to be a candidate for political office in 1958 Pria Foss a Republican said he wasfon UFE WITH FATHER KINGSPORT Tenn UP Was Teacher Halperin who is called the milv family i s X TZS it didnt make thei Professor because he taught at Boston University before being fired for allegedly being involved in thc Harry Dexter White spy case came here rather than ap pear before a Congressional com mittee He currently is teaching at the University of Mexico The Sterns depended onMaltz and Halperin because they them selves are both stupid a govern ment official told this reporter Dickinson according to US sources is an important leader a mannew to us As a measure of Mexicos im portance as a Communist strong hold Morris reported that his committee has heard testimony that 900 Russians are working out of the Soviet Embassy here Threat to US Despite the intense activity of the Communists however there is little American agents can do because of their hesitancy to im pinge upon Mexican sovereignty The American Communist par ty here doesnt constitute a threat to Mexico an American embas sy spokesman said but it docs to the United States As far as Mexican Communists are concerned he noted there are in hoods County Attorney Warren John son in recommending that the case against Mrs Smith be dropped said it appeared she was gullible but not criminal Arrested Later The Smiths were arrested at Keokuk Aug 27 a f e w hours after they were married at Ka hoka Mo They had been sought since they left a DeWitt motel four days earlier Six of Smiths seven children and Mrs Smiths 2yearold son were left at the motel They had taken Smiths 11monthold daughter with them Judge McCullough ordered Mrs Smiths son released to her custody An aunt Mrs Emma Kikesell of Monticello Ind said she would take her niece and the boy into her home Smith denied abandoning the children and said he and Mrs Smith were on their way back to the motel but were delayed be cause their car broke down SAME Black means traffic dcalh inpant 4 hours to dramatize Western disarmament pro posals Humphrey chairman of the Senate Disarmament Subcom mittee said his group has urged unanimously that the United States carry its disarmament proposals before the UN He said the State Department fa vors such a course But some of us on the com mittee feel that a more effec tive case can be made out if President Eisenhower himself lays it out before this court of world opinion with all his inter national prestige as a man of peace Humphrey said in an interview I believe such a step by the President is a growing possibil ity In London meanwhile Rus sia turned down the Western package deal on disarmament for a second time bringing the arms parley close to a break down Soviet delegate Valerian Zorin met the Wests demand for a final answer to its latest arms proposal with a contemp tuous declaration that it con tains nothing new and is un acceptable Zorin said the Soviet Union demands unconditional and im mediate suspension of further nuclear tests divorced from any other armscutting measures which could only lead to a maze of difficult problems Court Test Seen in Iowa Nudism Case ullblown The Evansdale and a possible test case in court City Council ordered police surveillance of man and Mrs Tom Wetalcr who arc neighbors the cot that the fonee and what 445 Road Deaths on Labor Day Weekend CHICAGO Final tabulation of accident reports showed Wed nesday that at least 445 persons ever exposures are degrading occur behind it The situation has reduced prop erly values brought ridicule upon the community and has brought 7 uuKin ttjjpc sightseers to stir up dust on the and abusive in its Negroes Barred at Door FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES LITTLE ROCK al Guardsmen stopped eight Ne groes from entering Central High School Wednesday in defiance of a federal judges order that the choot was to be integrated The troops were called out Tuesday fay Gov Orval E Fau bus who ordered them to prevent desegregation of Central High because it might set off a riot between Negroes and whites No Negroes approached the school Tuesday when it opened but Tuesday night Federal Judge Ronald N Davies ordered the school desegregated at once He said he would accept Fau bus explanation that the troops were sent to the school to prevent violence Wednesday eight Negroes tried to enter the school The first said he was Perrence Roberts a stu dent in the llth grade He said he had an A record last semester in an allNegro school Was Plenty Scared As he tried to enter Central High an unidentified major or dered his men to close it up They shut the door in the Negros ace The troops stopped another Ne ro with Roberts Six more Ne roes came up in a group and were turned back Roberts said Little Rock School Supt Virgil T Blossom had told him to try to register but if he met any resistance to return He said he was plenty scared but only of the white persons out side the school I didnt fear the students inside he said I felt hat if 1 once got inside they vould accept me Big Crowd A crowd of some 300 whites milled about in front of the school shouting such phrases as Nigger go back where you belong but he whites made no attempt to larm the Negroes Maj Gen Sherman T Clinger rkansas adjutant general said he guardsmen all whites were acting on the orders Gov Faubus has declared Cen tral High off limits to Negroes Clinger told newsmen The crowd of whites which dou bled in she almost at the instant the Negroes appeared was noisy iLouav UIHL di UHSI 34 persons OV11 f on inc inu aousivc in its com vere killed in traffic accidents strcct the Petitions saicljparcd to the quiet orderly crowd Junng the long Labor Day holiFhe Council also received a peof 500 which gathered in front of durin day weekend This toll exceeded by 25 the preholiday estimate of 120 made by the National Safety louncil All hough the toll surpassed last cars Labor Day toll of 435 as tition signed by 105 persons who said that whatever the Froits do behind their fence is nobodys business but their own Froit a 42yearold packing house worker wasnt present at ni o uavvi iuv tun ui ior as tvuau L jjiuscni al veil it was not a record for thejthc But he previously loliday period The largest that he is a nudistjgo Shes being paid for death loll was 461 in 1951 the high school Tuesday A Negro girl who identified herself as Elizabeth Echford was engulfed by whites as she attempt ed to pass through the guardsmen They shouted Nigger go back to Africa One muttered Let her Conference Planned on County Highway Dispute club member and that he and his There were no attempts to harm wife and two young daughters Ithe Negro girl sun bathe completely when Question Posed ever they get the chance City Solicitor Edward Gallagher The checker game in which Fau bus the school board and the US Howfather too happy Police couldnt JAVWiuiiei too nappy i ever he indicated he would leave arrest Spears for arunxenness the way open for further particibecause he was inside his home pation in public life any time after so the two boys dragged him out side where thc arrest was legal 1958 Most of the leftists are follow ers of the popular front party headed by Vicente Lombardo not recognized as a legal politi cal group advised the Council that if ifDistrict Court were involved posed wished it could seek A civil question which attracted the jjuncUon against the Froits or iijinteresl of the nation and the j could seek an indictment underjSouth in particular jthe states Icwdness statute Is Faubus as the head of a Iowa Ally Gen Norman Erbe sovcrcign suite immune from w auij i ln a similar case involvingjcolltcmpt proceedings noon with the county attorney of Cerro Gordo County about a a mulist camp at Klemme that The Governor himself savs he whether nudism constitutes not know the answer to that i ness is a proper question for State Atty Gen Bruce Atty Gen Norman Erbe said Wednesday one of his assistants was scheduled to confer Wednesday secondary road project in that county Erbc said also that he has received a petition signed bv about 100 persons asking that the project be continued The signers were mostly from thc Mason City area but also included others from the Rockwell and SwalcdaJe communities the attorney general said The State Highway Commission recently asked Erbe to in vestigate a crushed stone base and stage blacktop project be ing carried out by the county supervisors with dav labor between Rockwell and Swalcdale One and The bids were rejected jury to decide Bennett also sjys he is unable to iKweu and bwalcdale aay nights Council s c s s i o niPllccl and One question is whether thc county is conforming to plans having seen any of the either specifications it set when it advertised for bids on the project ts In thc nude In a bricf bids were rejected ONLY Wednesday afte Asst Attv ripn P T t i T r lUiYLiiCj Sl2n flu in Korrin nr The Evansdale Council then ari opinion immediately reefed police to join with thej Asked if he knew what action county attorney and sheriff inithc federal government could take making a full investigation intojif ilc infirpOMd his authority be aclivilies of thc Froits jtween the government and the None of the objectors at Arkansas Faubus re nights Council s c s s i o niPlicci and nobody else docs news conference Gen C J Lyman was reported in DCS Moines to Sgn t0 bcfiin at once a complete in COIlfCr wilh Atlv William paPPas1appas dm store del 1 ericas L to rcspoii said he had not herm nni f nrf i acnverics de said he had not been notified of any conference sibility for interference with the integration orclrr   

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