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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 5, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH lOWANS N E G H B 0 R S VOL LXIIf Associated Press and United Press Full Either Ike Gov Faubus Has to Back Down Now By JAMES MARLOW Associated Press News Analyst WASHINGTON UP Someone has to back down on this one President Eisenhower or Gov Orval Faubus of Arkansas If Faubus gets away with what hes doing using National Guardsmen to keep Negroes from a school ordered integrated by a federal judge every Southern governor could feel free to do the Seven Cents Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 5 1957 This Paper Consists ol Four One No 353 If he refused to go what would happen then Somewhere along this line Eisenhower provided hes wiliing to take a stand and back up the try in one way or another to persuade Faubus to back down as grace fully as he can GOV ORVAL FAUBUS fAME AEouT The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy and warmer Thursday night low in lower 50s Friday scattered showers high in mid 70s Iowa Partly cloudy and warmer through Friday scattered show ers west Thursday night Low Thursday night in 50s Minnesota Showers warmerl GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Thursday Maximum Wednesday 70 Minimum Wednesday night 41 At 8 am Thursday 56 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 69 51 BEAUTY AND TALENT This would make a farce of the Supreme Courts ban on public school segregation It would a breakdown of the federal gov ernments power to carry out the law For almost 40 months since the courts ruling Eisenhower has treated Southern resistance to in tegration with patience and plati tudes It seemed likely he could go on doing that as he prepared this week for a long vacation Some disturbances might occur at newly integrated schools open ing this week But that had hap pened before and there was no crisis There appeared no reason to expect a crisis now Then Fau bus supplied it i Refused Again What he did he did twice Before a Little Rock High school opened this week federal Judge Ronald Dayies had ordered it integrated But when it opened Faubus had National Guardsmen there to keep Negroes out The school board willing to en roll the Negroes but unable to do so because of the troops asked Judge Davies what to do next Again he ordered the school inte grated Again Faubus used the troops to keep Negroes out He said he wasnt defying the court but only trying to keep peace and order One thing was certain He was not cooperating with the court to carry out its order he was obstructing the car rying out of that order He would have been cooperat ing if he had used the troops to prevent any interference with the Negro children who wanted to go theschool Instead he used the troops to bar the children who were neither disturbing the peace nor creating disorder In Background Eisenhower is staying in the background so far letting the judge and the Justice Department headed by Atty Gen Brownell do the acting for the government But the ultimate responsibility for whatever is dons rests on Eisen hower If Faubus backs down he stands the chance of looking ridi culous Hes the first Southern governor to try anything like this It he wasnt willing to see it through he simply created a na tional disturbance needlessly If Faubus stands firm and the judge wants to bring him to court to face contempt charges what happens The governor has sta t i o n e d National Guardsmen around his mansion and U S marshals could hardly force him to face the judge if he doesnt want to AP Wirephoto FORM WINS TROPHYLynn Freyse Miss Arizona displays the form which won her the tro phy in the swin suit competition in the Miss America pageant at Atlantic City The new Miss America will be announcedSat urday Gov Faubus Mansion Protected by Troops 1HK Russia Bidding for Commercial Airline Contract With U S McGUIRE AIR FORCE BASE N J OR Russia is bidding for a commercial airline agreement with the United States and American airmen expressed unstinted admiration Thursday for the Soviet jet transport that has made the trip from Moscow The TU104 silvery bigbodied and powerful set down here Wednesday night the first Russian passenger airliner ever to land the United States Promptly a Frank Hogan Noted Iowa Attorney Dies highly placed Soviet official read a prepared statement from the steps of the ramp FORT DODGE UP Frank this be the beginning Hogan 69 a wellknown Iowa regular fIlShts between the torney and lifetime resident of oviet nlon and the United Pocahontas County died Wednes he saicL Hail to the day in Mercy Hospital at Fort Dodge Hogan was a member of the Iowa State Bar and Pocahon and he said Hail to of the Soviet and Amer ican peoples By special uic juvva ouait xar ana rocanonrpff agiccuicm me tas County Bar associations He TUl04 brought 40 had served as president of the f611101 county association for several terms Blondes Cop Pageant Awards ATLANTIC CITY N J Preliminary talent competitions continue Thursday and Friday in the Miss America pageant The 51 girls representing 45 states Hawaii Puerto Rico Canada Chicago New York City and Washington D C were split into three groups of 17 girls Wednesday so that the 10 judges can see every entrant in all forms of competition Two blondes Miss Arizona and Miss Missouri won the bathing suit and talent cham pionships Wednesday night in the first of three preliminary competitions Lynn Freyse 20yearold jun ior at the University of Arizona captivated the judges in her beige and white wool bathing suit MissFreyse who meas ures 362335 and stands 5feet hails from Tucson Meanwhile Sara Ann Cooper 18 Buckner Mo danced her way to the talent championship with a lively interpretation of the Charleston Miss Cooper the daughter of Walker Cooper catchercoach for the St Louis Cardinals wore the traditional garb of the Roaring Twenties for her three minute dance before a conven tion hall audience of 6612 Point totals in preliminary judging will be used to select 10 semifinalists Saturday night The field will then be narrowed to five for the selection of the new beauty queen The girls can garner additional points for personality through breakfast interviews with judges Only the winners of each nights talent and swim suit competions are announced Re gardless of the outcome how ever Wednesday nights talent winner was assured of a scholarship No Conference Between Lyman Pappas Planned Contrary to reports Wednesday Asst Atty Gen C J Lyman told Cerro Gordo County Atty Wil liam Pappas that no conference between them had been planned Lyman called Pappas by tele phone Wednesday afternoon in re gard to the controversial county blacktopping of the Rock wellSwaledale road Atty Gen isToniian ETfagisiLudjliig charge that the road work is not in con form ance with state law Pappas said Lyman Wednesday asked only if work on the road was continuing Pappas said that he did not know The work was delayed by recent rains Lyman is assigned to the State Highway Commission which asked the investigation The ma jor question is whether the county is conforming to specifi cations it set when it advertised for bids on the project The bids were rejected Reports Wednesday had been that Lyman was coming to Mason City for a conference with Pappas Secondary Road Checks Approved AMES UP The Iowa Highway Commission has approved a plan of compliance checks on second ary road construction work in all May Tighten Iowa Driver License Rules DES MOINES going to become harder to get a drivers license in Iowa Safety Commissioner Russell Brown said Thursday a special committee has been named to recommend changes in thestates licensing test system Brown said that for one thing it is hoped the committees study will result in a written test about twice as long as the 25question exam used now After the com mittee finishes its study of written tests it will consider changes in driving and vision tests Brown said Increasing the standards a driver must meet to get a license is basic to our safety program Brown said The best place to spot a poor driver is when he ap plies for a license The new committee m e t Wednesday It is headed by Capt Kermith Rhoades chief drivers license examiner Rhoades said the new written test will be de signed to tell us how much the driver already knows and wheth to let us safely is Two Others Get Sentences for Conspiracy NEW YORK Johnny Dio Dioguardi labor racketeer and two other men were sen tenced to two years imprisonment each Thursday by General Ses sions Judge John A Mullen for conspiracy and bribery Dio and his two codefendants were convicted by a jury last month of conspiring to get money from two electroplating com panies to assure labor peace Dio also was fined Max Chester former financial secretary of Local 405 Retail Clerks International Assn besides fined The third defendant Samuel GARNAVILLO UP Kevin nomicaL the of the Russian delega the United the 5570mile route from Moscow to the Air Force base in New Jersey The twinjet liner delayed by bad7weather and refuelling stops took a total elapsed time of 21 hours 54 minutes Crewmen fixed the actual flying time at just over ISVfc hours Other Jets The Russians say they have other jet liners bigger than the TU104 that will fly nonstop from Moscow to New York American and British airmen picked up to guide the TU104 through British and American air space had high praise for its per formance Its an excellent ship said Capt Boris N San Francisco senior navigator Its smooth in flight and has very good performance at both high and low speeds Two other American airmen Capt Harold Keller Tex Renegar pilot and 33 of MSgt Gaylord Robinson 33 of Mariet a Ga radio aboard ern tip of the continent Engines Lauded The veteran aircraft designer Maj Alexander Seversky this particular jet engine We are 17500 pounds thrust The same plane may go back to Moscow and then return prob ably Sept bringing other to the United Nations The TU104 is the only jet pas U LUC UlllJ J C1 033 Goldstem president of Local 239 senger liner operating commer International Brotherhood Teamsters was fined Garnavillo infant Is Drowning Victim cially in the world It flies from Moscow to Peiping Prague and points in Siberia It can carry 70 STORK Bob Burzette 575 President S W meets ms wile at the airport carrying someone elses baby He brought Julie Spencer 11 months from San Diego Calif to stay with her grandparents Mr and Mrs Leon Beamish 111 29th S W ExSailor Is Home With Friends Baby Daughter Mrs Bob Burzette stood waiting with her 21monthold son limothy as the airliner carrying her husband landed Thursday al the Mason City Municipal Airport Burzette discharged Wednes day by the Navy at San Diego was coming home to his family after service overseas When Mrs Burzette caught sight of her husband descending from the plane he was an 11monthold baby But Burzette was being stork for someone else not his wife The baby was Julie Spencer daughter of Sir and Mrs Bob Spencer were her Leon Beamish 111 She came to stay with grandmother Mr 2Sth S W The purpose of the American Her own father will be discharged airmen was to assist the Soviet from the Navy next month Then crew with U S aerial traffic proher parents will drive home by cedures and to guide them car from San Diego the trip by airplane than coming by car So they prevailed on their friend Bob Burzette to bring Julie to Mason City with him ULOJ uexanaer oeversky on hand to see the TU104 said the Burzette said he had no trouble Russians are ahead of us with at allon the triPThe steward esses helped out he said They til V C rti c operating with a 10000pound eft San at 10 Pm and the thrust whereas they say this has baby slept most of the i ii Tf TillCr n r listed in fair condition at Mercy Hospital in Mason City after they were injured Thursday in a two car crash four miles north of here Herman Stromer 81 Ruth Tue 33 and Mrs Don Butler 20 were hurt in the accident which occurred at the Verner Stromer farm on Highway 69 Stromer has chest and head injuries and Mrs Butler and Mrs Tue were scratch ed and bruised It was Julies second airplane td u when San Diego mother was She came October twoweeks old U S Eases Ban on Red Bulgaria Travel Uniled eased its seven passengers in tourist accommodayear ban on travel to Communist tions or 50 first class Some American pilots are doubtful whether it is commerically eco Bulgaria The Slate Department said it is now ready to allow Americans It has an estimated range of if Klemp 19monthold son of Mr and Mrs Carl Klemp drowned late Wednesday in a stock tank on his parents farm six miles east 450 to 500 mph Top speed is jto make Ition to of here visit of limited clura Wi Bulgaria if they have 2000 miles and cruising speeds other legitimate v treasons for travel These visits however must be in the national interest the announcement said lestimated at 560 mph Injured in iv Crash Federal Action feared Ike Denies Such a Move FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Arkansas Gov Orval E Faubut remained defiant of federal school integration orders Thursday and ept his executive mansion at Little Rock ringed with armed roops while the government was deciding how far it will go to force compliance with the Su preme Courts school ruling It was the first major show down between a state and the federal government over the school integration issue The White House insisted there was no plan afoot to arrest Fau bus for his refusal to integrate a Little Rock school but the chief executive was taking no chances following reports Wednesday that such a plan was being considered Mansion Guarded Two companies of National ruardsmen armed with pistols and rifles guarded the executive mansion At Central High School which was to have integrated this week another 250 Guardsmen and state troopers were on duty There were more tense racial situations in Kentucky and North Carolina Thursday At Sturgis Ky 18 Negroes re turned to the high school march ing through a narrow aisle be tween white pupils State police ordered them to permit the pas sage Maj Gen J J B Williams Kentucky adjutant general pre dicted that the worst of the trou bles at Sturgis were over Other TroubleSpots At Charlotte N C a group of white boys stood on the school iteps hurling insults at Gustavus Roberts a Negro boy who ap j w j j TV uvy persons were peared for the second day of Stromer coming from the north was turning into the drive way of his sons farm when the two cars collided The women heading north in the Butler were on their way to work in the ASC office at Garner The Klem me school bus had just left the Stromer yard and obstructed the view of the drivers Both cars were badly damaged Sheriff L M Brower Garner investigated HOME PORT BREMERTON Wash UP The cruiser Bremerton has been ordered to spend the next four months at the city for which she was named The 13yearold cmiser will be given a thorough overhaul at the Puget Sound naval shipyard Tho committees first task is to determine what emphasis the new Butter District engineers will make the checks The suggestion was the out growth of a recent discovery that Cerro Gordo County built a farmcjdent tomarket road but allegedly had not met specifications set out in an earlier call for bids on the project We are working toward a test I that will tell us whether a driver has the knowledge and attitude PULITZER STRICKEN PARIS Pulitzer 60 son of the late Joseph Pulitzer founder of the St Louis PostDis patch died Wednesday of appar ent uremic poisoning Rhoad DRIVEIN CHURCH LYNNFIELD Mass The Trinity Baptist Church here has arranged special sum mer church services at a drivein theater The deacons said they hoped these services will meet the need of folks traveling on Sun day morning on Route 114 school The crowd was dispersed quietly by Principal Ed Saunders who said Let that boy in One of the Negroes who en rolled at Charlotte Wednesday and was s p a t upon and jeered failed to return Thursday beg ging a sore throat In Montgomery Ala still strictly segregated the effigy of a Negro a rope around the neck was found on a school yard Wed nesday night At Arlington five JET ARRIVES IN U S The twinjet Russian TU104 airliner is guarded at a hardstand at McGuire AFB N J making it the first Soviet plane to touch U S AP Wire photo soil in 20 years The jet arrived after a 5750mile flight Moscow were turned away Thursday when they applied for admission to two allwhite schools An or derly crowd of about 200 white pupils watched the incident Sessions Resumed The Little Rock school resumed session Thursday without any sign of the eight Negroes who had said they would try to en roll again and guardsmen tried to break up a New York newspa permans interview with persons in a shouting turbulent segrega tionist crowd estimated at the largest this week Ben Fine of the N e w York Times said that while he inter viewed several persons an un identified colonel approached and told him referring to inter views If you do that again youll have to leave Demonstrator shouted Hes from the North lie doesnt vant the truth Fine continued his flanked by Guardsmenuntil the colonel personally escorted him across the street and onto the campus Maj Gen Sherman T Ciinger later called a news conference behind the armed troops to warn newsmen Youll be arrested and fined if you do anything that might be inciting a breach of the peace STRIKES DECREASE WASHINGTON UP Fewer workers were on strike during thu first seven months of this year any since 1945 the Labor Department reported Thursday   

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