Mason City Globe Gazette, September 9, 1957

Mason City Globe Gazette

September 09, 1957

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 9, 1957, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON GITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE N E W S P A P E RT H A TM I A L L N 0 R T M 10 W AMS N S I S H B 0 R S VOL LXIII Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY SEPTEMBER 1957 This Paper Consists Two One No 356 Viol ence ares in Integration Dispute One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE WTAD Quincy 1030 am Sunday KGLO USOU pm Sundij WOI Ames pm Thursday WSUI City 1910 pm Saturday It Isnt Even True Marxism a long time and the more so since Ive seen it at close range Ive looked upon Russian Communism as more of a perpetuation of czaristic im perialism than a true manifesta tion of the doctrine promulgated by Karl Marx and his collabor ator Friedrich Engels World domination for centuries before Lenin or Stalin arrived the scene was the goal of Rus sian diplomacy It still is wrapping around the package hasi been dolled up a bit but the conj tents are wholly unchanged Now I wouldnt wish to leave the impression that this is an original idea with me It most as suredly is not Many others have looked at the same evil works and come up with the same con clusion One of these of course is Yugo slavias Tito His belief that Mos cow was trying to swallow up all of Russias satellites including Yugoslavia is precisely what caused him to break away a decade ago From a member of the Tito cabinet when I was there a bit more than five years ago heard it stated that Titos regime comes a whole 5ot closer to be ing the pureMcCoy Marxism than anything ever turned out in the Kremlin Missing Natures Gifts Without implying any compli ment I could then and I do now agree that this was and is a cor rect statement While the tyrannj Yugoslavia may not be as bad as in Russia Titoism is a very bad medicine no good for man or beast God was rather kind to Yugo slavia as it was to Russia in the way of natural resources in eluding a fertile soil Under a government which encouraged en terprise and initiative in the in dividual both Yugoslavia anc Russia could be living a good life But such is not the case Rani and file people in both countrie are subsisting and existing no living The Communist world ha been described as one great poor Integrate Nashville Classes White Group in Protest STUDENTS RESIST INTEGRATION TRY White students of the North Little Rock Ark High School form a tightlypacked block at the doors to turn away six Negro students who had been enrolled earlier The AP Wirephoto photo shows a white student daring a Negro to try to enter A few seconds later the Negroes were shoved down a flight of steps and out to the sidewalk Three Hurt in Crash at St Ansgar ST St Ansgar and a plastic surgeon JMarilyrr Elaine Van from Rochester Minn were iniher yearlong reign as Miss America of 1958 and said in an jured when their cars collided excited voice Colorado Girl Is Miss America ATLANTIC CITY N J radiant and beautiful Sunday about p m on county road a milesouth of here Karen Overlon and Mrs Virgil at Mitchell Memorial Hospital at Osage with bruises and cuts Dr John B Erich Rochester driver of the second car suffered head injuries He was later taken to a Rochester hospital Mrs Finleys daughter Debora three months and her mother Mrs Ellery Kirchgatter were not injured Mrs Erich also was un hurt The Erich car was headed south and Mrs Finley was driv ing north when they collided on a hill The doctors car landed in a farm driveway and the other car came to rest partly in the ditch 1 feel wonderful Miss Van Derbur a University of Colorado junior with green eyes and blond hair met with newsmen and photographers Sunday tbp of her Atlantic house Either Russia or Yugo slavia could be held up as Exhibi A in support of that claim Tak your choice Further support for the conten tion that Russian Communism and Karl Marx Communism ar two things quite different from each other is contained in a re port recently turned in by an eminent Yale University political scientist After Ten Years My reference is to Doctor Frederick Barghoorn who spent a summer studying conditions in Russia and comparing them with the Russia he knew ten years ago His report was to an audi ence of escaped scholars from the Soviet Union men and womeni peculiarly qualified to appraise the Yale mans conclusions Dr Barghoorn vigorously dis puted Kremlin contentions that the socialism envisaged by Karl Marx had been either achieved or approached To the contrary he referred to the Soviet system as state monopoly capitalism or even as a revival of feudalism describable as Gengis Khan plus the tele graph The Yale man started out by observing that down through the years since Communism or what passes as Communism fastened itself on Russia Marx and Engels have been vastly overshadowed by Lenin and Stalin Khruschchev in his last rAll About The Weather Mason City Dartly cloudy to oc caionally cloudy through Tues day Possible light showers Tuesday Slightly warmer Mon day night low 5154 A little cooler Tuesday high near 70 Iowa Considerable cloudiness at a breakfast City hotel She appeared bright and fresh despite only an hours sleep The 20yearold coed presented to society last September at the first debutante ball in Denver in 24 years was chosen Miss America ay a panel of 10 judges She was crowned by the out going beauty queen Marian Ann McKnight Manning SC before a nationwide television audience and a crowd of 20000 in Conven tion Hali Then she was whisked to the Coronation Ball which last ed until the wee hours of the morning Nebraskan Is Escort I had a wonderful time at the ball she said Her escort was Chuck Larson Omaha Neb one of 60 midshipmen from the US Naval Academy at Annapolis Md who came to Atlantic City as escorts for the 51 contestants and guests of honor The dimpled beauty queen who is 5 feet SVi weighs 130 pounds Loveless to PickTallout Study Group DES MOINES UP Gov Herschel C Loveless announced Monday he will appoint two com mittees soon to study the efiect of radioactive fallout on Iowa anc social and economic problem confronting the state Loveless said he hoped to name a fiveman faiioiu committee this week It will be comprised of scientists and will deal only in the public health aspect of atomic en ergy he said The Governor said he would name the committee as a fact finding group because of recent publicity and differences of opin ion on the hazards of fallout from atomic tests The other committee which eventuaMy will have about 100 members probably will investi gate atomic energy as well but from an industrial and economic point of view instead of public health Loveless said NASHVILLE Tenn M Police escorted Negro pupils througl lines of threatening whites a Glenn Grammar School in north east Nashville Monday as city schools opened with white and Ne gro first graders going to inte grated classes for the first time in this Southern city White parents withdrew about 0 of their children from the chool The whites with prosegrega ionists maintaing picket lines Before the school tried to block jntry of the Negro pupils and heir parents The irate whites surrounded police standing guard at the school and there was a heated exchange New Zoning They called on parents Sunday o send their children to school with assurance they would be safe while segregation leaders urged parents to keep the chil dren at home and go themselves as pickets Under the plans approved by U S District Judge William E Mil ler Nashville schools are begin ning desegregation with first graders Further desegregation plans must be submitted to the court by Dec 31 The new first grade made about 126 Negro children eligible to enter formerly allwhiti schools More than half of thes have asked andobtained trans fers to Negro schools under pro visions of the plan Angry shouts AP Wirephoto MORAL SUPPORT Arkansas Gov Orval Faubus exhibits a stack of letters and telegrams he has received lauding him for his stand in the Little Rock school integregation dispute Faubus has repeated his edict that National Guard troops would continue to turn back Ne gro students despite federal orders to the contrary crowd of about 200 whites as po lice escorted the Negroes into the school Minor Disturbances There was spasmodic disturb ances at the other four schooi where the Negro first grader were enrolled but these were mi nor in nature The Glenn school gathering fi nally quited down when Asst Po lice Chief Frank M Mulle stepped in and took charge School officials had expressec determination to peacefully effec Nashvilles first small step towar integration They had the backing ike Signs Civil Rights Meosu re NEWPORT R I Eisenhower Monday signed into law the history making civil rights bill empowering the federal government to enforce the right to vote with court injunctions The President put his signature to the first such legisla tion in 80 his desk at his vacation headquarters here Only a group of photographers and James C Hagerty White House press secretary witnessed the signing Eisenhower used six no He issued no statement No Statement I think the Presidents views on the bill are well known Hag erty said in announcing there would be no statement The quiet signing came against the background of the tense school integration crisis at Little Rock Ark However the civil rights measure Eisenhower signed is primarily a righttovote measure which has no direct bearing on that crisis Whites Eject Negroes North Little Rock Is Scene LITTLE ROCK W White stu dents threw back six youths who tried to enter North Little Rock High School Monday first actual violence of Ark ansas turbulent racial crisis North Little Rock a separate city is immediately across the Arkansas River from the integra tiontorn city of Little Rock About 10 white students met the six Negroes at the top of the steps leading into the school They grabbed the six hustled and shoved them down the steps and across the campus almost to the street before police broke up the trouble None of the Negroes suffered injury Six Police on Duty No national guardsmen were on duty but six policemen guarded the school which opened Monday for the fall term The North Little Rock School Board once ordered limited de segregation then postponed the action after the National Guard was called up and kept Negroes out of Little Rocks Central High School last week North Little Rock is a city of Loveless had announced his inof 110 policemen terest in an atomic energy study committee some timeago His statements today that the com mittees were being formed came only a few hours after the Iowa Commerce Commission an About 150 segregationists gath eredin adrizzlingrain Sunday and sat in their cars to listen to John Kasper and other White Citi zens Council speakers urge allout resistance to desegregation Casual Clothes Eisenhower wearing casual clothes signed the bill shortly be fore crossing Narragansett Bay in a Navy cabin cruiser for an other round of golf at he New port Country Club At his desk in his small office he wore a gray and measures 352536 barely hadjnouncecl it has established a The color barriers have alreadyisports coat and a light blue shirt time to gather her belongings bestudy committee o deal with been eliminated or lowered here Across the bottom of the bill he fore pageant officials rushed herproblems related to atomic many other aspects of com fir f Vnrlr F il ir i about 50000 about half the size of Little Rock The North Little Rock police immediately called for reinforce ments from the state police Po licemen at the scene said no Na tional Guard help was sought At 2000 pupil Central High School where fresh national guardsmen kept watch Monday in a weeklong struggle between he slate and national governments over racial integration all was quiet Monday morning No New Incidents A crowd of about 350 spectators gathered across from Central High as in previous days but no incidents occurred as school opened and no Negroes sought ad mission to the school At North Little Rock the six Negroes made two attempts to enter After they were shoved and pushed away from the building on their first try school Supt F B Wright walked out of the building and gestured for the Negroes to follow him into the school Once again they climbed the steps Reinforcements flocked to the white students Five adults joined them One adult identifying himself as L E Stroud and father of a girl student shouted They shall not pass Monday night and Tuesday Scattered showers and possibly a few thunderstorms Monday night and southeast half Tues day Cooler northwest half Monday night and over state Tuesday Low Monday night 45 northwest to 60 southeast FiveDay Iowa Temperatures will average 3 to 6 degrees be low normal Tuesday through Saturday Normal lows 53 north to 57 south Normal highs 75 north to 79 south Cooler or turning cooler Tues day Turning warmer Wednes day and Thursday Cooler again Friday or Saturday Rainfall will average around onefourth inch northwest to onehalf inch southeast occur ring as scattered showers Monday night or Tuesday and possibly again about Friday Minnesota Showers cooler GlobeGazette weather data up TRIBUTE TO BEAUTY ilyn Elaine Van Derbur 20 yearold Denver Colo blonde happily displays telegrams of congratulations after winning the titleof Miss America for 1958 AP Wirephoto joff to New York City for the startjand he electric utilities industryjmunitv life Citv John Groninga Jr Is Victim of Truck Groninga Jr Dumont was killed Saturday when he was run over by a truck while watching a highway paving project Authorities said Groninga apparently didnt seethe truck as it backed up to a cement of her reign What is the new Miss America like Shes interested only in com pleting her college education in music She now has a schol arship to accomplish of her prizes for wanning the title Music Is Specialty After college shed like to work in music or on the stage for a year or two and would like to get married wheastes24 The Governor told his news conference the commission did not inform him that it too was con sidering naming an atomic study group He declined to speculate on reason why the commission kept him in the dark marriage she wants to continue her work in music Music was Miss Van Derburs specialty in the pageant and she played an organ medley of Tea courses lave been desegregated under court order and segregation signs have disappeared quietly from city buses Restaurants thea ters and hotels remain segre gated Rain Cooler on a the rMenu mixer for Most of Iowa Scattered showers and cooler emperatures were moving toward For Two and Tenderly iimowa Monday in the wake of Sun competition with other contestdavs near perfect weather ants URICE DIES son Iowa report to Party Congress 8 am Monday tioned Marx only twice while re Maximum Sunday ferring to Lenin dozens of times Its a Diversionary Tactic More attention said Prof Barghoorn is now paid to Marx YEAR AGO than was the case in the late Stalin era But he went on to explain that this has a practical purpose namely to get the at tention of Russias masses away from Stalin whom they had been CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 Minimum Sunday night At 8 am Monday Maximum Minimum 77 51 58 76 48 Miss Georgia Jody Elizabeth Shattuck 20yearold blueeyed NEW YORK W A Uricejblonde from Atlanta was first 66 former national general secrejrunnerup in the contest and won tary of the Young Mens Christianja scholarship Assn of the United States died She was followed by Miss Ok Saturday He was born in Garriiahoma Mary Nancy Denner 21 of Alva who won a 52500 scholarship and Miss California Lorna M Anderson 18 of Sacra mento and Miss Florida Dorothy Maria Steiner 20 of Boca Raton both of whom won S2000 scholar ships Only two years ago another Colorado girl Sharon Kay Ritchie was chosen Miss America GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Sunday Maximum Saturday 76 Minimum Saturday night 45 At 8 am Sunday fiO wrote Approved Dwight D Eisen hower 9 September 1957 US Naval Base Newport R I Before Eisenhower went to the golf course he got a fresh report from Hagerty on the school inte gration picture in Little Rock U S Planes Rush to Jordanese The Weather Bureau said ex treme northwest Iowa will start feeling the effects of the cooler air Monday afternoon and that showers will ad vance southeastward across Iowa behind the cold front BY THE UNITED PRESS A fleet of U S military transports flew arms to Jordan Mon day in a dramatic move to back up President Eisenhowers pledge to bolster Americas Middle East allies against the threat of Sovietinspired aggression The air ferry brought angry reactions in Moscow Damascus and Cairo Communist propaganda mills ground out an almost endless stream of invectives accusing the United States of plot ting aggression against leftist Syria Similar charges were made in Damascus where the Syrian cabinet met in emergency session to discuss the situation Sunny skies and light southerly A spokesman for the Department of State in Washington winds pushed temperatures into termed Russian and Syrian charges that the U S was planning the 70s in all parts of Iowa Simaggression against Syria as rubbish He said it is perfectly day High temperatures ranged obvious it isnt so The United States Britain and France were reported step WhenWright sought to escort into the building a burly youth shoved himself in front of the group If you want to stay in this schooi youd better get out of the way Wright told the youth sharply Similar Cries Id rather get out the boy said He was echoed by similar cries from the crowd An estimated 150 persons surged around the Negroes Wright gave up and old four Negro adults all ministers who accompanied the Negro students to meet him at a downtown of fice later Police made no effort to escort the Negroes inside the building Their only action was to break up the first violence The now crisis punctuated Ar kansas Gov Orval Faubus chal lenge of federal school racial in tegration in what appeared the most serious statefederal crisis since Civil War days His guardsmen have kept Ne groes out of Central High since school opened last Tuesday Sunday night the Governor said the only way he knew to break the stalemate between himself ping up consultations for a quick realignment of Middle East and the federal government 23 DROWN SEOUL Korea UP from 74 at Dubuque to 79 at Ce dar Rapids The mercury dropped into the strategy Reports from London said British government quarters would be for UniFed States upper 40s and lower 50s around considered tension in the area at its highest peak since the Angloauthorities to back down from the state Sunday night DavenFrench invasion of Suez last fall port Dubuque and Lamoni shared the state low of 48 degrees Lows Monday night are expect TwentyJed lo vary from about 45 in the three persons were drowned when extreme northwest to near 60 in SAME HUrk flag means traffic death In past 21 hours Six giant Globemasters and two Flying Boxcar military trans port planes arrived in Amman during the day carrying some 40 recoilless antitank guns and other small arms and ammunition They were ordered to Jordan by Eisenhower in the wake of the JHarold R Sodcn was acclaimed proSoviet shift by Syria Jordans neighbor Eisenhower said that the 1957 world pipe smoking i their integration orders SMOKING CHAMP LAKE PLACID X Y UP a ferry boat capsized off Wandojthc southwest Highs Tuesday in additional military and economic aid to friendly Mideast nations Ichampion Sunday after ho kept a Island on the southwestern tip of the npper 60s and iower 70s are has become necessary by the potential threat poised by Soviet single bowlful 70 minutes IKorea Sunday police reported forecast arms deliveries to Syria 15 seconds i ;

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