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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 6, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the MAS t CITY GLOBEGAZETTE B VOL LXIII Associated and United Press Fuu Least Wires THAT MAKSS Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 6 1957 This Paper Consists oJ Two Ono raper consists ol Two Ono N8 354 GovTaubus to Ike Will CoOperate tJMKUM n nn i n i i A COASTTOCOAST AP Wirephoto WALK Patrick Thienes 73 gawks at the buildings as he strolls down Broadway in New York City to complete his crosscountry hike from San Diego Calif He com pleted the coasttocoast walk in 69 days He has been setting walking records for 50 years Agi Reed Again Chosen 3rd District by BY STAFF WRITER CHARLES to a 3rd District convention held Friday forenoon in the Floyd County courthouse for the pur pose of electing a member of the State Board of Public Instruction gave Harry M Reed Waterloo a unanimous vote for continuing in service The Black Hawk County lawyer was chosen at Waterloo four years ago at the time the Iowa law making the state superinten dent appointive In a talk to the convention following his reelec fern he said he had found the as signment most educational and challengin Along with reelecting Reed the delegates again by unanim ous vote asked for a change in the present law which would en able the board to fix the salary of the state superintendent and ui me airtie superintendent ana dispense with the requirement of hls Newport vacation senate confirmation of the ap pointee Presiding Officer The meeting was presided over man Hansen Plymouth chosen as secretary The wide scope of interests by Miss Fannie Htnvell Floyd American economic and military County Superintendent and Heraid to any MidEast country re was sisting Communist aggression and subversion and seeking aid Ul jnnvvcoia The reference to it seemed to and functions dealt with by the imply that the government might state elected and take some action under this to one appointed by the shore up the independence of Leb is almost unbelievable he said anon Jordan Turkey and Iraq even to one associated with eduneighbors of Syria cation at the local level over a long period of years Reed paid high compliment to Supt J C Wright and to his as sociates on the board NearJy a score of school superintendents in Iowa received incomes larger than the salary paid to Wright to the cause has kept him on the job County Delegates Delegates by counties were E Entz Clinton USAgrees to Airlift Defense Arms to Jordan nWASHINGTON fflThe United States has decided to anlitt defense weapons to Jordan and step up delivery of previously promised arms to Lebanon Turkeyand Iraq Responsible officials disclosed this Thursday after the State be partmenl publicly hinted the United States may invoke the Eisen military aidla cotw with the mounting Syrian crisis The weapons to be delivered by American Air Force planes to Jordan officials said are part of the 10 million dollars in arms promised King Husseins govern ment under the EisenhowerMid dle East policy These shipments as well as the stepped up deliveries to Turkey Iraq and Lebanon are intended to reassure these nations of Ameri can determination to help them maintain their independence in the face of amy threats Not Determined The date for beginning the weapons airlift to Jordan has not been determined Authorities hope to initiate the first flights by the weekend but it is not certain arrangements can be completed in that time In any event the arms will be delivered by plane within a mat ter of days informants said Shipments to Turkey Lebanon and Iraq presumably will be by ship These deliveries it was said will go forward much faster than originally scheduled The State Department said trouble shooter Roy Henderson during his Middle East trip found deep concern lest Syria should become a victim of international Communism Meeting Set Secretary Dulles will report this to President Eisenhower the department said by going to Newport RI or at the White House if the President otherwise is coming here There was no mention of a pos sible date for an Eisenhower Dulles meeting However Eisen hower plans to come here Satur day for a oneday interruption of The congressional resolution of March 9 embodied President Eis e n h o w e rs emergency Middle East declaration which offered Waterloo Youth is indicted Again on Manslaughter Count j VLjciiL LUC oaidij prttu LU YVllglll t iriyivm he said and only his dedication Laughlin 22 was under an indict for manslaughter Friday in the auto death of Ben F Butler prominent Waterloo attorney last June 13 A special Black Hawk County Hew Outbreak in Cuba Is Put Down at the naval base city of Cienfuegos but ui wenruegos out Communist the government declared it was crushed quickly Cuban army tanks armored cars and troops launched heavy attacks before dawn against clus ters of rebels hidden out in the bombed police headquarters building of the national and mari time police A high command announcement said 40 to 50 rebels were killed or wounded It reportedgovernment losses at 12 killed and 13 wound ed The command accused former President Carlos Prio Socarras of masterminding Thursdays day long revolt in Cienfuegos 150 miles southeast of Havana Prio was ousted by President Fulgencio Batista in 1952 and took refuge in Miami Fla He has repeatedly denied government charges of plotting against Batis ta The government poured in planes tanks and troops after 400 rebels seized police headquarters Truce Is Sought by Board Expect Ruling by Judge FROM OliR WIRE SERVICES Arkansas Gov Orval Faubus replied to President Eisenhower Friday downtown Cienfuegosand threatened to take control over the port city of 52000 NEGROES TURNED AWAY Two Negro students at the Arkansas Baptist College Little Rock Ark are confronted by stern National Guard officers when they wandered in front of Central High School rear The AFLCIO Decision Awaited WASHINGTON UP High AFLCIO officials predicted Fri day the AFLCIO Ethical Prac AP Wirephoto youths were ordered away from the area even though they admitted to be merely spectators and had no in tention of attempting to enter the building tices Committee Tea m aid1 Union will find guuiy the of domination fay corrupt influences But the same officials would not Planes dropped bombs Troops sav whether a guilty verdict attacked police headquarters with heavy machineguns and small arms The rebels were driven from the building and survivors scattered into the nearby hills necessarily would mean expulsion of the in the na the AFLCIO Much appeared to hang on what the Teamsters do at their convention Sept whom they elect as president The Teamsters Union Thursday refused to give the Ethical Prac tices Committee a detailed reply to the corruption charges In stead retiring Teamster Presi dent Dave Beck denied them in general terms Only a few hours after the Teamster Union refused to de fenditself in detail Rep John Shelley DCalif announced his candidacy for presidency of the1 1400000man union Baby Nuclear Device Set Off ATOMIC TEST SITE Nev Atomic scientists detonated a ba by nuclear device from a balloon Friday at the test site here The Atomic Energy Commission termed it far belownominal Nominal is equivalent 20000 tons of TNT or 20 kilotons Ob servers estimated the explosion UUIUU as ess than 10 kilotons which Shelley is the third man to an wouid make it one of the smallest nounce plans to fight favored blasts of the AECs 1957 s e r i es Nature of tests conducted in All About The Weathe Mason City Partly cloudy and cool through Saturday High Saturday upper 60s and low Friday night 4851 Iowa Partly cloudy and a little cooler through Saturday Low Friday night in the 50s Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average slightly below nor mal Saturday through next Wednesday Cool at beginning1 of period Gradual warming trend early next week Normal highs 77 north to 81 south Nor mal lows 54 north to 57 south Rainfall will average one fourth inch or less in scattered showers Monday or Tuesday Minnesota Fair through Satur day Possible local frost Friday night and low 38 northeast to 50 southwest High Saturday 65 72 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Friday Maximum Thursday 71 Minimum Thursday night 53 At 8 am Friday 57 Precipitation 08 inch YEAR AGO Maximum 60 Minimum 40 Iowa Having Hard Job Filling Post DES MOINES IP The Iowa Board of Control is having a hard time trying to find someone to fill what would be the highest paid position in the state government The board has been authorized to pay up to a year for a director of slate mental institutions For years the presidents of the State University of Iowa and Iowa State College have been the highest paid state employes Their present salaries are S22 000 an nually They are Virgil M Hancher of SUI and James H Hilton of ISC Gov Herschel Loveless is getting 512500 a year test Teamster Midwest czar James R II of Li fui the Teamster N l post connection with the blast were not j WATERLOO W Myron Medisclosed The device was pre pared by the University of Cali fornia radiation laboratory The other two are Teamster Vice President Thomas L Hickey of New York and Thomas J Hag erty secretarytreasurer of a Chicago Teamster local n v L Robert C Lappen board chairman said the board has some hopes now of filling he position soon The boardfired been searching for a ROBBERY RIVERDALE got S3013 in cash and an unde termined amount of checks at Schmittys Tavern early Friday Sage Carl Bluedorn E P Horsgrand jury Thursday indicted lund and Horace VanMetre all of jMcLaughlin for the second time Waterloo and Russell Congdon ofiThe previous indictment was dis Ccdar Falls W Bennett Trip oli Evans Clarks villc Mrs Muriel Shepard Alli son Cerro Hansen Plymouth Dale Smith Thornton Earl Hall Mason City Elmer Haas man New Hampton Mrs Paul Steege Fredericksburg W Merrick Dough erty Rural Route Helen E Adams Charles City B Tjaden Wells burg Harold A Anderson Cedar Falls RFD W Faust Hub bard Jerome Beach Eldora F O L u e h r Cresco L Tone Gilman missed by District Judge Shannon B Charlton on grounds that grand jury secrecy had been violated McLaughlin will be arraignedj before District Judge George Cj Heath Sept 13 He is free under bond Ray S Paul vice president of the Rath Packing Co also was killed in the accident The indict ment was based only on Butlers I death Mrs Gwen H town Noid Marshall Crowell Osage La Verne R Michaels St Ansgar Tarn McMillan Traer Charles Grover Clutier Worth Mrs Roy Bucchele Grafton Rudolph Myli Kensctt Only Franklin County was with out representation Waterloo Gas Station Is Robbed Again WATERLOO W An armed bandit robbed a filling station ofj in cash here Thursday night It was the second time in less than six months that the station had been held up i Michael Scheel 20 the station attendant said the bandit entered the station and pulled a gun Scheel said the gunman forced him into a semitrailer truck parked nearby and locked him in A customer drove into the sta tion wan a pledge to coop erate in upholding state and fed eral constitutions But he appar ently held firm to his stand for orced segregation in Little Rock high schools Faubus announced that he has ordered Arkansas state police to discuss with federal authorities certain evidence that led him o call out the National Guard to prevent integration at Little Rocks Central High School In Washington Atty Gen Her bert Brownell Jr instructed the BI to confer with Faubus rep resentatives to receive any in ormation the Governor cares to submit Reply to Ike I snail cooperate in upholding he Constitution of Arkansas and he nation Faubus said in a telegram to Eisenhower The message was a reply to Eisenhowers stand Thursday asking Faubus to cooperate with the Federal Court which or dered integration in the Arkan sas capital city Eisenhower planned to confer with Atty Gen Herbert Brownell in Washington Saturday Faubus has maintained that he used troops in the Little Rock in tegration crisis because of threat ened violence over the courtor dered admission of eight Aegro pupils to the allwhite school The governors action put the state and federal governments at direct oddsvand posed a cons ti tu tiqna I question of which was sovereign over the other No Comment Claude Carpenter who distri JUted the news release said that he was not authorized to com ment Faubus himself has not seen seen by newsmen since his ast news conference Wednesday morning here Carpenter exhibited a huge stack of said there were more than ng what he termed congratula tory messages lauding the gover nor on his action in calling out the Guard Meantime at the high school watchful Guardsmen took six white University students from Minneapolis into custody Friday and released them a short time later Carried Knife Sometimes l h P v1 The six WCre Seen Ioitcrin near the school and one allegedly gv blank a sixinch knife Girard Trial Is Resumed MAEBASHI Japan S Girard had no authorization to fire at anyone the day he is ac cused of fatally shooting a woman metal scavenger a statement by his commanding officer said Fri day The deposition from Lt Billy Mohon Comyn Tex read in a Japanese court said Girard and another soldier were ordered to keep everyone away from a ma chinegun on a firing range near Maebashi Asked if he had given orders to keep scrap metal collectors away by firing rifles Mohon answered Definitely not Statements Read Other statements read by the Japanese prosecutor quoted scrap metal collectors as saying they frequently were chased away from firing ranges by American soldiers firing empty cartridge casings I was chased away very oft en said a statement by Noboni director for months Dr C C Graves who formerlyjscare us was the director resigned about a The statements were read on mere year and a half ago to take whatjthe second day of Girards trial he called a more satisfactory pobefore three Japanese judges He sition in the East where he lived is accused of shooting Mrs Naka Doming to Iowa He was Sakai 46 in the back with an or they were released they reassured officers thev were paid a year when he quit Six Institutions A new director as did empty cartridge case last Jan 30 Following Orders UIU Li Girards defense is that he was Graves would have jurisdiction out orders while on over the six state mental instituSuard duty An Army truck driv jtions They are the Independence Girard was temporarily under iClarinda Cheroke Molions comn jPleasant Mental Health Institutes The manslaughter trial opened uucuju uu possiomiy or Glenwood State School and thcAllS 26 and was recessed until a temporary solution by asking i O4nn TT Tjl t t iir i 1 T 1 IT State Hospital Sessions Saturday anc on the hillside firingrange sightseers and had stopped off in Little Rock while on a preschool vacation trip to New Orleans The future of the smouldering integration crisis appeared to be in the hands of a diminutive fed eral judge who will hear a school board plea for a truce A momentary lull developed Thursday in the battle over racial mixing The Little Rock School Board offered the possibility of Federal Judge Ronald N Davics to allow an indefinite legal post ponement of integration Cross Burned But early Friday a cross was the BEAUTY PAGEANT TVO Miss America hopefuls cmo Uty iN J duringtheir talent phase presentations Miss Minnesota v 11IC ase presenaons ss nne few minutes later and Ardyce Ruth Gustafson sings excerpts from Mv Fair Tadv in costiim it hoard Scheel calling for help He while Miss Ohio Linda Kay Hattman does a modern iTet h See T hi new A i released the ypuUrfrom truck America willbechggen Saturday night b i Wood ward i Lappen said the Iowa Executive wllcrc was killed were Council has authorized the because of a typhoon iment of up to for a new moving up the coast The sessions director The requirements neceswcre rosct for next Thursday Fril sary Jo fill the position are and Saturday crman S 1jjs to meet the qualifications an when opened 11 no rccord of anv such A plicant must be a member of agowas almost deserted smirce ciose to Mann verified the American Psychiatric Assn must j Vckcl scalpers who had stood in story have had some experience in the ine mosl of tnc niSnt to get spec Judge Davics will hear the operation of a mental hospitalitalor passes tned vain to sell jschool boards petifion at 10 a m and must have had some Cllt ratcs SaturdayTwice within the past week Davics has ordered racial mixing to proceed immediately The crowd of white citizens across from the campus dropped to about 100 Friday as school opened Thursday at that hour the crowd totaled about 250 and Dwelled io around 700 during the largest of the weeks demonstrations The relaxed tension was evident 1 a nib n i c NaUonaTUii a rds m oii ence as a director or assistant di rector of mental hospitals One Prospect We now have one prospect who looks good Lappen commented He was here twice to look over the situation We expect to hear from him again Lappen declined to disclose he name or the present location of the prospect But he added We still arc looking and at some prospects not too far SAME 483 They broke formations and stood in groups talking Friday morning   

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