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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 26, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for Jhe ASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE LI THE NEWSPAPERTHAT MAKES ALL NORTH 1OWANSNE1GH B O R S VOL LXIH Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Seven Cents Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 26 1957 tM This Paper Consists of Two Ona No 301 ting t THAI provi sional premier of Thailand fol lowing the army coup which overthrew government of Pibul Songgram is Pole Sarasin who is secretary gen eral of the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization Sarasin 52 is former ambassador to US Special Session Unlikely Stalemate Remains DES 1VJOINES UP The next round in Gov Herschel Loveless effort to sound out members of the 1957 Iowa Legislature on whether it would be worthwhile to call a special session apparently will from individual lawmakers themselves Following the Governors con ference here Wednesday with nine legislative Repub licans and two Democrats the prospects of Loveless calling such a session to solve the states fi nancial problems appeared re mote It was agreed at the conference that it would be desirable to re enact the vetoed appropriations for building improvements at state institutions But no agree ment was reached on how to pro vide the money Gov Loveless remained firm in his resolution not to approve an increase in the sales tax rate He put the rate back to 2 per cent when he vetoed a continuation of the per cent rate He also said he would not accept a 3 per cent rate with one per cent earmarked for schools Nine Alternatives Loveless announced he would mall to ail 158 members of the Legislature a list of nine alterna tives suggestions he offered Wednesday for raising more state revenue Those who met with him also agreed to consult other legislators to determine whether any sort of a compromise is possible Sen X T Prentis RMoum1 Ajiff chairman of the Senate Ways and Means Committee said Wednesday and found Mrs after the parley that Loveless suggestion to transfer road use her daughter and liquor profits money to the ilc wnv sain iney fn wJl to 1 Onl had bGen mosfly 3 L rL vies rep e the diet of ereen beans and soft lost revenue No Compromise Prentis outlined his views in a statement He said several of the Governors proposals already had been passed on by the 1957 Legis lature and ideas repre HILL v nuu inj v cicao iucao I CM IK ouiu uc iviic w sented no compromise at all The the women had been kept pris statement added the Governor a workable tax pro gram which would have met ap stove nor the refrigerator was propriations for capital improve vi4 Luitr t jyi iwi 11 vllul ments He vetoed the revenue was padlocked so no outgoing bill and now suggests nothing new calls could be made and a dog and apparently is unwilling to eared Bible provided the only FEARED TRAFFIC 2 Men Hold Kin Captive for 5 Years INDIANAPOLIS UPi Two brothers accused of keeping their sister and niece locked in a dingy threeroom apartment for at least five years appeared in Municipal Court Thursday Arrested on charges of creat ing a public nuisance were Dr Frank E Chowning an Indian apolis dentist and his brother Central School Is Calm Negroes in Classes Again LITTLE ROCK Ark tf The Little Rock nine six Negro girls and three boys returned to Central High School in a guarded Army convoy again Thursday passed through a line of bristling bayonets and went inside under the eyes of hundreds of white stu dents watching in silence Boo shouted one boy He sounded halfhearted That was the only sound that broke the stillness There no crowds Thursday hardly a cluster of bystanders Paratroop ers from the 101st Airborne Divi guard by order of Presi dent sta tions again around the school But they had little to do Airman Arrested gration C Eugene 65 Mentally Unbalanced Eugene saidthe women were mentally unbalanced Acting on neighbors plaints of from the apartment a stench coming heavily padlocked police broke in They picked up a man police identified as 2nd Lt Sidney Wolff attached to Lackland Air Force Base San Antonio Tex They said he was carrying a 38 revolver in a shoulder holster and had a 30 30 rifie in the trunk of his car He hadparked a quarterblock from the school Air Force police and Little Rock city police saidLt Wolff was ap prehended when he failed to ans wer questions satisfactorily They said he told them he was en route from Miami Fla to the Lackland Air Force Base At first theysaid Wolff was impersonating an officer When asked why they said he carried no credentials Police comfiled charges of disturbing the Emma Jean Chowning 69 and The women who said they drinks brought once daily by Dr Chownings receptionist were taken to a hospital for a nourishing meal and a bath No Food One neighbor said he knew oners for at least five years it ivaoti iivc jColj The last Legislature presented There was no food in the apartment and neither the gas connected The telephone dial compromise Several other Republicans at Wednesdays meeting indicated their belief that a higher sales tax wasctiie only possible way to provide money for the building improvements Besides using part of the liquor profits and road use money Love less suggestions included Restoring the state income tax rate to 80 per cent or levying it at the full 100 per cent rate add ing a new bracket of 48 per cent on personal income over raising the corporation income tax to 3 per cent and revising the formula for its collection an adjusted gross income tax on in dividuals Withholding Tax Prentis suggested that the Leg islature in a special sessions might adopt a withholding tax system for paying state income taxes He said during the first year of such a system the state would receive a windfall of 12 to 15 million dollars which could be used immediately for capital im rovements Then he added state institutions might issue bonds for longrange building needs The Governor said he would ac cept a withholding system to get capital improvements funds but was not sold on it Prentis said reading matter Eugene Chowning a janitor jjeep peace and carrying a weapon They held him on an open charge for investigation Supt of Schools Virgil Blossom said attendance at Central High rose to 1350 more than Wednesday He said enroll ment increased at the other two Little Rockjiigh schools as well Maximum Enrollment I think we will let the figures speak for themselves he said They speak louder than any thing we could say Maximum enrollment at Cen tral High is 2000 The nine Negroes were brought to school promptly at am when classes began Wednesday the authorities waited until am giving classes a chance to start They rode again in the Army station wagon with a jeep in front and another following An officer and three soldiers were in each NEGROES LAUGH ON WAY TO SCHOOL ao just another day for nine young Negroes in Little Rock Ark as they arrive for classes Thursday at Central High School Here the group takes part in a light con versation as they walk past members of the protective 101st Airborne Division The nine Wednesday completed their first full day of integrated school work Bitter Breach in Labor Ranks NEW YORK ft Possibilities of the bitterest schism in the Faubus Is Not Included Idea OKd by Ike AFLCIO set the time limit far possible suspension of the na ranks of organized labor in morejtions largest union at an extra than two decades shaped up Thursday in the wakeof a 30day cleanup ultimatum issued to the giant Teamsters Union by the AFLCIO high command The Executive Council of the ordinary session Wednesday The council acted in the face of a warning that James R a chief target of the AFLCIO leadership was sure of election as president of the International at a local tavern said It was both hat and a bond issue pro posal would be hard things to get through the Legislature CRIME ON RISE WASHINGTON rec ords showed Thursday that crime boomed in the United States dur afraid theyd run out into the street and get run over by a car Scientists Cite Need of Iowa Fallout Study DES MOINES scien tists from the State University of Iowa and Iowa State College said Wednesday that they are not alarmed at the present time over t h e possible effect on lowans on fallout from nuclear weapons tests But they agreed the fallout problem is great enough to warrant a statewide study The scientists meeting at the call of Gov Herschel Loveless agreed to serve as a permanent committee working with the health department and in coop eration with the Atomic Encrgy Commission and other federal agencies agon smiling gaily The H of fas Plea to Delay Further Testimony at Probe Granted WASHINGTON The Rackets Investigating Committee Thursday granted James R Hof fas plea to delay further testi mony from him until after next weeks Teamsters Union conven tion Hoffa 44 year old Midwest Teamsters boss had asked lor the delay through counsel Accused of misuse of union funds and powers he is the lead Brotherhood of Teamsters at itsj English who cast the lone vote convention in Miami Beach next against the cleanup mandatej urged the Executive Council not The warning came from John to make a hasty decision that he F English secretarytreasurer of said might cut the heart out of the Teamsters in his capacity as the merged labor movement an AFLCIO vice president and a With the 1400000 member member of the Executive CgunTeamsters Union put on notice to cleanse itself of corruption within 30 days or face possible stiff re prisal the situation recalled that of 22 years ago when the found ing unions of the CIO quit the old AFL The AFLCIO Executive Coun cil TQ iuiius aim powers ne is me jead i he girls bounced out of the ing to become Team ation wann smilino wai U ThD fuiuc itaiu Atlas Missile Fails in Its Second Test CAPE CANAVERAL Fla A guided missile believed to be the Atlas the US hope for a 5 000mile oceanspanning weapon was fired here Wednesday but apparently did not get away suc cessfully The rocketpowered missile climbed less than one mile before bursting nto flame ing the first six months of 1957 The Atlas if perfected would FBI Director J Edgar Hoover j be capable of carrying an li sa id more major crimes wereibomb warhead to Russia in min committed during the first half of the yeav than in any similar period on record utes The first firing of an Atlas about 3 months ago also proved a boys sliowed no went up the long stairs at sters president at next weeks the front entrance with two para troopers leading and two behind In the grounds in front troop ers had stacked arms They changed the line of guards in the street fronting the school from time to time dogtrotting The welldisciplined profession als of the 101st who Wednesday proved their ability to cope with any threat of mob action re sumed their vigil around the high school at dawn City Calming Down but thought it was seven or eight years ago His story was tossed into the hearing after a long closed door conference with committee mem bers at which he volunteered to tell of the incident because he said youve been doing a good job But there were prompt denials of Leyhans story by the two men he said were Kar sten president of the Detroit at Miami Beach Fla Restaurant Guild and Karstensj The report was laid before Garrett L Read committee by John Leyhan troit restaurant man who said he overheard it in snatches of con versation at a noisy dinner given in Detroits Latin Quarter We are going to follow it up committee counsel Robert F Kennedy told reporters We want more information The Teamsters Union can The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy Thursday night colder with frost likely low 3237 Partly cloudy continued cool Friday high 5560 Iowa Clear to partly cloudy through Friday Chance of scat tered frost northeast Thursday night low 3642 northeast 4248 southwest Minnesota Fair with frost or freezing temperatures over most of state on Thursday night low 2535 Friday partly cloudy continued cool high 50 uiumcjjiiidw uarreii LI neaa ii t n ing The guild is an organization UP of restaurant operators formed am inursday to negotiate with labor unions Wednesday Des Moines Youth Killed on Bicycle DES MOINES 14year vaold Des Moines boy was killed make or break a restaurant Wednesday evening and another strike Leyhan said the discussion he ny aimmg uown sam me discussion he uicyuie They took over from members overheard mentioned payments on the Soi of the fedcralizcd Arkansas Naof about S1500 every six monthsStreet viaduct here f 11 1 fft It n J T f f I I t Ol 1 youth was injured when a car struck a bicycle which both were Southeast 14th tional Guard who had stood guard overnight while the weary para troopers slept in a puptent bivouac in the high school foot ball field Rumors and false alarms of racial clashes kept police busy and nerves edgy through the night But Little Rock was gradu ally calming down Estherville Girl Is Crowned Miss REA DES MOINES UP Linda Oleson 17 Estherville w a s named Miss Iowa Electrifica tion during a banquet meeting of the Iowa Rural Electric Co operative Assn Wednesday Miss Oleson is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Maurice B Oleson f NEW HALL OKD POCAHONTAS for a new town hall and library build ing here were approved by the voters Wednesday 324160 to Hoffa now foprunning candij Clarence Shelton son of Mrs date for election as president ofjAnnetta Cleary was dead on ar u rival a nospitaj His compan the giant Teamsters Union at next weeks union convention in Miami 75 Minimum Wednesday night 44 At 8 am Thursday 46 YEAR AGO Maximum 39 Minimum 43 Coofer Air Moves Into North Iowa Cooler air began moving into Nonh Iowa Thursday and after noon temperatures were ex pected to be about 10 degrees cils order to the Teamsters was to eliminate abuses and to re move from elective or appointive office those who are responsible for these abuses Hoffa powerful vice president of the Teamsters is in Miami Beach waging his campaign for president as successor to the re tiring Dave Beck Both top men of the Teamsters spurned invi tations from the AFLCIO leaders to answer corruption charges against them and some other offi cers of theunion I lisenhower Thursday arranged a Vashington conference for next uesday with a committee of Southern governors seeking with rawal of federal troops enforc ng school integration at LitUa Rock Ark At the same time his headquar ers here left open the possibility may end his Newport vacation at that time James C Hagerty White House ress secretary announced the President will fly back to Wash ngton for the Tuesday meeting vith five Southern governors They requested a conference in a message to Eisenhower Wednes day Asked whether Eisenhower lans to return to Newport after he meeting Hagerty replied I lave no knowledge on that one way or the other Not Known Asked then whether there is a chance the President will end his vacation at that time Hagerty said There is a chance but I dont w for sure As for the Washington confer ence with the Southern governors Eisenhower Thursday sent this telegram to Gov Leroy Collins of Florida I will be pleased to meet at Ihe White House in Washington with the committee of the South ern governors conference on Tues day Oct 1 at pm to dis cuss problems of school integra tion Collins is chairman of the South ern Governors Conference The governors had asked Eisen hower for an opportunity to dis cuss specifically the situation at Little Rock where federal troops have been ordered by the Presi dent to enforce a Federal Court school integration edict Broad Scope In bis telegram the President spoke more school in tegration problems generally Asked whether that means Eis enhower wants to broaden the scope of the Tuesday session be yond the Little Rock Situation Hagerty replied without elabora tion I would say yes Hagerty also told a news con ference that an Eisenhower aide Max Rabb had received a telegram from Rep Adam Clay ton Powell a Negro urging that the President agree to see the Southern governors Eisenhower last week granted An ultimatum the same as that Powells request for a meeting issued to the Teamsters was di rected at the 138000member Bak ery and Confectionary Workers In ternational Union by he Execu tive Council Wednesday The Teamsters and to discuss the Negro point of view in the integration crisis No date has been set for that meet ing The Presidents vacation head c itaiiici mm Bakery quarters said late Wednesday he Workers were ordered to readily agreed when the gover to the Executive Council at a special meeting here Oct 24 on what steps have been taken to nors requested a meeting They ciid so in an lll vote at the Southern Governors Conference ion Wendall Leach Jr son of cooler than on Wednesday when Mr and Mrs Wendall LeachIhighs ranged from 73 at Du Miami Air ana M r s Wendall Leach nigns rangca from 73 at Di Leyhan said he could not recall was reported in fair conditionjbuque to 84 at Council Bluffs just when the incident happenedwith head iniuries The Weather Bureau sai Why Family Service To help 6000 times lost year in cases of 1 Marital difficulties 2 Parentchild relationships 3 Personality adjustments 4 Unemployment problems 5 Illness and old age problems Sometimes counseling will do it Sometimes it takes money All Red Feather agencies serve families SEE PACE 26 ervice The Weather Bureau said there was a possibility of scat tered frost in Northeast Iowa wipe out malpractices and bar at Sea Island Ga corrupt influences j Not Invited A similar ultimatum issued But while Eisenhower is ready Tuesday to the lOGOOmembcrto confer and hopeful that tha United Textile Workers of Amcrj session will contribute to solu ica This union is distinct fromjtion of integration troubles there the larger Textile Workers Union j is no indication whatever that he of America will agree to removal of troops from Little Rock until he i convinced the clanger of mob violence has subsided But Eisenhower it was clear i promptly rejected the idea of a session at which Gov Orval Lomax 21 Burlincton d i e of Arkansas would sit in Burlington Youth Is Traffic Victim BURLIN7GTON ftfEstel Dch Thursday night when lows were IjOmax 2I Burlington d i e draubus of Arkansas would sit in expected to be in the upper 30s of injuries him and the fiveman com 1 1 1 T i I and 40s Low readings Wednes day night ranged from 44 at Mason City to 52 at Davenport Burlington Ottumwa and Des Moines The cool trend was expected to continue Friday but slightly warmer temperatures were pre dicted for Saturday TWO BODIES RECOVERED LONDON fJP U S Navy spokesmen say 10 fliers aboard four planes are presumed killed in two aerial collisions during iSATO maneuvers in the North Atlantic Two bodies were re covered 111 J VII I i O i VI IV when the motorcycle he was drivjmiUce headed by G o v Luther ing was in collision with an auflodges of North Carolina tomobile at an intersection Faubus is not in our plans Wednesday Police identified thrHagcrty driver of the car as Larry Dale whether Osborn of near Burlington SAME DATF1956S30 replied when asked the President had in mind a conference where Fau bus would be on hand Tractor Overturns at Ruthven Farmer Dies j RUTHVEN W Lewis 80 a farmer living north of here jwas killed Wednesday when a tractor he was usingto plow on rise of ground toppled over on him He is survived by his wifa and seven children   

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