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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 11, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS N E I S H B 0 R S VOL LXlll Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER U 1957 This Paper ot Two Ons No 351 Nashville Cracks Down on New Race Violence SPELLING OUT THEIR PLEA De monstrators on a sidewalk across the street from the UN m New York hold placards to spell out their plea while the AP Wirepholo General Assembly discusses the Hungar ian situation The crowd is made up of Governor Accuses GOP Segments for Campaign ofLibel DBS MOINES UP Gov Herschel C Loveless charged Wednesday certain segments of the Republican Party appar ently have begun a campaign to point out his alleged criminal some 200 proHungarian sympathizers Soviets Make Position Clear on Hungary any career Loveless made the statement at his news conference after he received in the mail photostatic copies of Ottumwa court records which show he was once arrested on charges of embezzlement The charges brought in 1934 were dropped Loveless said hehad been subjected to similar direct mail campaigns since the days for mayor of Ottum wa Loveless a Democrat received the photdstats from an unidenti fied Democrat at Mason City They had been sent to the Mason City man from KnoxviHe and there was no letter of explanation included with them Loveless indicated the Mason Cityan was merely informing him that hte photostats were being circulated Dirty Politics Apparently certain segments of the opposition party dont have many ethics or morals in poli tics Loveless said Political campaigning can be just as dirty as you make it Loveless termed the incident at Ottumwa in 1934 as an at tempt by an oil company to shake me down I wouldnt shake so they drop ped the charges he said Widow Held in Credit Union Shortage CEDAR RAPfDS Cedar Rapids widow was taken into cus today Wednesday after she ad nutted taking approximately 580 frbm the credit union for which she was bookkeeper Coun ty Attorney Richard Nazette said Clara Kindig 62 was charged with embezzlement by agent She had been employed by the Collins Employes Credit Upion for 13 years Her husband Earl who died last February had been treasurer of the credit union UNITED NATIONS N Y The Soviet Union dashed hope Wednesday that world pub lic opinion soon will force Rus sian troops to withdraw from Hungary The Russians made their posi tion clear less than six hours after the 81nation Assembly met to debate a committee repor that Soviet troops suppressed a popular Hungarian uprising last 13 11 Soviet Delegate Arkady A So bolev asked the Assembly to drop it union said Mrs Kindig wrote a letter about a month ago to James J McCue manager of the the Hungarian question He said Soviet troops were in Hungary carrying out their international duties under the Warsaw Pact Internal Affair Sobolev declared that the tem porary stationing of Soviet troops in Hungary was strictly a matter for the Soviet Union and Hungary to decide Also before the Assembly is a U Sbacked resolution calling for an end to repressive meas ures against the Hungarian peo ple Hungarian Delegate Peter Mod ended Hungarys ninemonth boy cott of UN debates on the Hun garian question But he contended that UN consideration of the question violated a charter provi sion forbidding the organization n ti VJ LUC UiCUlV ULUUn nic Ul gdUlZa L1QQ guuu dUU tile Nazette and officers of the credto take a hand in domestic matSoviet Union will view with re ters Armed Intervention The committee set up by the Tne panics j ivicvjue jiianager 01 tne sci up oy tne vnmgc ui xurKisn The Governor said he had credit union in which she told of Assembly Jan 10 reported June troop movements was discounted basic informationabout thejthe shortage and placedU at 20 that massive Sovieiarime4inby authoritative sources in An tcpublicans who behind itervention 3 Thev said thp Tnrtici Mobilize Syrian CiyfKcms West Warned by Russia BEIRUT Lebanon reliable sources in Damascus aid Wednesday Syrias public re sistance organization was resum ing immediate operations The organization was set up during the Suez crisis last year to mobilize public forces and give civilians military training The Syrian government was said to have reactivated the pro gram as a precautionary meas ure against what it described as mounting US antiSyria aggres sive intentions The cabinet met in an urgent session Tuesday but announcec no decisions immediately Its ses sion followed demands in the left ist press that the government order general mobilization re sume military training for civil ians and declare martial law Gain Power Martial law during the Suez crisis last fall enabled a proSo yiet army group headed by the intelligence chief Lt Col Abdu Hamid Serraj to gain the upper hand Last month the proSovie group carried out what amounted to a coup by gaining the chief command posts of the army and proceeding to oust many officers as a tool of the United States Declaring Syria has reliable friends the Soviet official grimly warned Turkey against any mil itary move that would plunge it over the precipice Good Relation Gromyko said in Moscow Tues day that SovietTurkish relations lave always been good and the ARRESTED AGAIN Northern segregationaTistJohn Kasper with magazine is led from an elevator at Nashyille after his third arrest in 12 hours With him is Constable Floyd Peek standing at left and an un identified elevator operator Eisenhower Signs Immigration Bill Trortnsyinpathy with us views Military training for faTefv SedriK NEWPORTR President Eisenhower Wednesday signed use of fir n1 g ntS m thC a immigration bill but called it a disappointment in TH c that U fails 0 deal with many serious inequities ThC meaSUre the Plesident approved at his vacation head to Turkey and SpWPt UarteiS admittance to about 70000 aliens no qnwfoi TT the West barred from the United States Gromlt Teased a urgedthat Congress give carefu massing troop along fr nticr atteDtl0 rVi5i0n he and na r 1 f J j rt 11H ilUlltlClAflnnO lltTr Imir uVinn fUn of leftist Syria thereby serving gret any development which would cause them to darken Retired Northwood Man 66 Climbs Canada Mountain CALGARY Alta WJA retired Iowa farmer lays claim to being the oldest man to climb a moun tain in the Canadian Rockies this of Turkish law when the lawmaker reconvene in January This measure while making improvements in present prac tices is a disappointment in tha it fails to deal with many seriou inequities inherent in the immi gration and nationality act Ei senhower said He added that the bill doe not include many of the import year He is R B Mark 66 North ant changes which he recom mended to Congress Eisenhower called it particu wood who last Sunday took off larly regrettable that the Con from Field BC at the 4000 footgress not a method HATES NIGRAS Kasper Not Daunted by 2 Convict ions Republicans who behind mailing campaign which he An audit of the firm was uprising in Hungary armv jtervention crushed a ueu Hum rieia HL at me 4000 loot Ul a meuioa Anlevel on Mount Stephen a n the thousands of brave a ich TA it and TlunPa Tiari rnCtO age officials said It was reported that the loss apparently developed in small termed libelous However I dont plan to press any charges because 1 dont have any time for that caliber of indi vidual Loveless said Not Responsible At Clinton however Iowa Re publican Chairman L L Jurge meyer said he deplored the mailing campaign against Gov Loveless and said the Republican State Party was not responsible for it It is libolous and it is wrong Its absolutely indefensible Jur gcmeyer told the United Press Jurgcmever said he know who had circulated thejCenter was killed Tuesday when photostats but he was arm got caught in a corn it was not a member of the Slate chopper on the J B Calderwood progress at tne time and it uciooer and On lia Ol vearAnv opera firmed the existence of the shorttne committee were Australiajtions near tlle syrian border are Ceylon Denmark Tunisia routme exercises and have Hungarian reiugees the Turkishclimbed io thc peak at 3048x It i holds maneuverswas his sixth climb up the mounu10 lave suffered so much at progress at the time and it conlast October and November OrJat s tirne of vearAny operatain the hands of communism might in acquire permanent NASHVILLE Tenn Kasper arrested for fomenting school integration trouble here just as he was at Clinton a year ago appears undaunted by two federal contempt both for stirring up racial strife He preaches disregard of constituted authority hate for n i g r a s never Negroes hate for jews never capital ized in his inflammatory hand and contempt for news papers in general Peaceful Resistance And despite his contention that he advocates what he calls peaceful resistance to racial integration a recent handbill distributed by the Tennessee White Citizens office is Raspers hip pocket declares When they put the niggers in school with your kids in September load your shotgun to defend your wife and home be prepared for the worst race riots hangings anything However it should be noted that he has never been at the actual scene when the violence started He may have agitated those who became least hes always been around to see that the accused made bond Years Sentence During the big weekend of vi olence which followed admis sion of 12 Negroes to Clinton High School 200 miles east of here last fall Kasper was in jail at Knoxville US District Judge Robert L Taylor sentenced him to a year in prison on grounds Kasper had violated his permanent in junction against interfering with Clinton High to integrate just as Federal District Judge William E Miller has ordered Nashville first grades to be in tegrated Kasper 27 Columbia Univer sity graduate again was con victed of violating Taylors in junction last July when an all white jury in Knoxville con victed him and six Clinton resi dents of stirring up trouble which arose in November and December Free on bond while awaiting Kasper Arrested Armed Youths Hauled In NASHVILLE Tenn ern segregationist John Kasper was arrested Wednesday the hird time in 12 hours as angry Nashville police cracked down on mounting violence following schoolintegration here And 10 Negroes including two juveniles were arrested during the morning near several city schools Assistant Police Chief F W Muller said they were carrying pistols and shotguns and were charged with carrying firearms Sessions Judge Mitchell Van Zi carelli denied Kasper bond in the third arrest on a charge of incit ing to riot which Constable Floyd Peek said was based on a speech the New Jerseyborn agitator de livered at the state capitol Sun day night He was arrested at the home of friends Made Bond Twice before since 1 pm Tues day Kasper had been arrested disorderly conduct and va grancy charges and for parking in a restricted zone He made bond totaling on these charges The police crackdown on dem onstrators an effort to restore or der at the newly integrated schools forced jeering segrega tionists to meet outside the city I have a feeling that maybe we have passed the crisis said Asst School Supt W H Oliver as he faced the third day of first grade integration ordered by U S Dist Judge William E Miller Other Developments In the wake of an early morn ing d y n a m i t e blast which wrecked one of the seven inte grated elementary schools Tues day there were these rapidfire developments 1 Fifty city policemen in cruisers and on motorcycles moved onto the state capitol square 15 minutes before a Kas percalled rally w a s to begin Tuesday night The square was promptly cleared and one offi cer said simply There will be no meeting The rally moved outside the city with Kasper no in August where TJ in Olllall X CoUlUlLUI amounts over a period of years would name Prince Wan Waitha yakon of Thailand Assembly president as special representa but authorities said the manner in which it occurred would not be fully known until the current audit is completed Arm Gets Caught in Chopper Man Killed CRUNDY CENTER Gordon Peters 31 rural Grundy Republican Central Committee or personnel of the party organiza tion Collision Fatal to Waverly Farmer WATERLOO ffl A Waverly farmer Werner Wedemcier 46 was killed in the headon collision of a car and a gravel truck six miles north of here on Highway 63 Tuesday Two other Waverly farmers rid ing with Wedemcier were hospital ized in Waterloo with injuries suf fered in the accident Wendell Fucrstcnberg 36 was reported in fair condition with face lacera tions and a fractured pelvis Ro maine Krugcr 23 suffered face lacerations and his condition was described as good farm northeast of here Grundy Center Coroner Harold Engclekcs said Peters who specialized in custom silo filling apparently died of a hemorrhage after be ing badly mangled by the chop per Witnesses said he became entangled in thc machine when he reached in to clear the hop per SAME Black means traffic death In past 21 hours Uruguay The USsupported resolution live on the Hungarian problem to take such steps as he deems ap propriate in view of the com mittees findings Halfinch Rains in Much of Iowa Rains which ranged generally from a half an inch upward fell over a wide area of Iowa Tuesday and Wednesday The Weather Bureau said indications were that in southeast Iowa thc rain would continue into Thursday Iowas low temperatures early Wednesday ranged from 54 at Spencer to 62 at Davenport and Burlington Highs Tuesday ranged from 63 at Council Bluffs to 70 at Burlington Mason Citys total rainfall for two days was 65 Other totals around the state included Lenox 140 Haverhill 117 Kent 120 Lorimor 105 Charles City 61 Marble Rock 51 and Shell Rock 50 TEST DELAYED ATOMIC TEST SITE Ncv The 19th shot of the summer atomic lest series was postponed Wednesday because of wind con ditions no connection with recent devel opments in Syria they added Expanding his warning to Tur key to a blast at the United States Gromyko in a talk with correspondents blamed the most recent Middle East crisis on the Eisenhower Doctrine Mark said he became and got his feet but otherwise residence looking forward to suffered no effects from the ex ertion citizenship As for the immigration bill it 11 The lowan started climbing in represents a compromise which 1927 Last year he took a sevenjScnate and House leaders said day course in Switzerland and bewas the most Congress would ap came the oldest man to climb prove this year They spoke of Mount Rosenthorn in the efforts to get more far Alps reaching changes next year I incidents 2 State troopers wore posted at the governors home after a reported threat on the life Gov Frank Clement Clement incurred segregationists ire last year when he sent National Guardsmen to restore order at Clinton 200 miles to the east after high school integration there touched off rioting Clem ent who said he personally knew of no threats against him has declined comment on the Nash ville situation The Weather Mason City Mostly cloudy through Thursday A little cooler Wednesday night low 48 53 High Thursday in the low 70s Iowa Mostly cloudy through Thursday Scattered showers and possibly a few thunder storms southeast half Wednes day night and southeast and Three Fined extreme east Thursday Low Three of six men arrested in Wednesday night in 50s dynamiting of Hattie Cotton Five day Iowa Temperatures j Grammar School were fined 0 will average 5 to 10 dgrccs m Clty Court on charges of low normal Thursday through C y condltct and were next Monday Normal nd over to thc Srand Jury on I north to 73 south Normal lowsSale charScs unlawful posses 51 north to 55 south Cooler ovcrSIon of The other three the weekend otherwise stlllJcinS questioned minor day to day tempera SEEK TEAMSTERS JOB Candidates for the a year job as president of the International Teamsters Union pose in friendly fashion at Seattle dur ing a meeting at which each is seeking support of western members Seeking to AP Wiropholo replace Dave Reck as boss are left to Rep John Shelley DCalif Thomas Haggerty Chicago James R Hoffa Delroit Frank Brewstev and Thomas Mickey New York ture changes arc expected Rainfall will average around onehalf inch west to onehalf One Negro firstgrader was among 390 students enrolling at the school Monday Attendance nosedived Tuesday inch east occurring as scatto or 20 pcr cent of normal tered showers and thunder1 at fivc of thc otllcr Slx integrated storms mostly early in A total of 28 persons were ar rested during the tense day ns their tactics from preventing demon strations Thc crowds were kept at least a block away from thc ra cially mixed schools as flarcups between white and Negro adults cLJcnurr continued for the second clav SHERIFF DIES AT Little RocTrArkT ICVvA CITY Moinesjation was calm Gov Orva Kui Minnesota Light rain cool GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum Tuesday 65 Minimum Tuesday night 55 At 8 am Wednesday 58 Precipitation 33 inch diec in Uni Tuesday lp ssity Hospitals here US Dist Ronald Davies   

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