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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 28, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETT THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL E NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LXIII Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Say Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 28 1957 This Paper Consists of Two One No MS Faubus Gives Answer Says He Is Scapegoat LITTLE ROCK Ark WIGov Orval Faubus Saturday said it would be a very pleasant devel opment if Central High School were closed while federal troops are there He also said he probably is a scapegoat for President Eisen hower and that the President seems to be in difficulty The Governors statements came at a press conference short ly after 140 mothers of Central High School asked that the insti tutior be closed then reopened under new ob vious reference to private rather than governmental operation Guard Building At the school a small guard protected the building Saturday with classes out for the weekend Paratroopers flew to Little Rock Tuesday and integrated the school Wednesday protecting nine Negro students as they en tered and left and walking with them when they changed class rooms The troops also dispersed crowds of demonstrators Wednes day and had no further trouble with them Thursday and Friday Earlier Saturday President Ei senhower said the Governor had encouraged mob action in the Little Rock school crisis Reply to Ike In reply Faubus told news men Oh well anyone in difficulty likes to have a scapegoat He indicated he is studying the possibility of calling an emergency session of the Legisla ture Faubus definitely opened the prospect of an emergency legis lative session Friday night by saying he may call the lawmak ers within 10 days The governor had said earlier that many legislators pres sured him to call them to Little Rock so they could fight back against the federal governments forcible integration measures Faubus also said that some leg islators even offered to serve without pay Encouraged AA The Weather Mason City Fair and Saturday night and warmer Sunday Low Saturday night 4045 High Sunday 7075 Jowa Fair and warmer Saturday 86 crew RESCUERS ON WAYA United States raft in the Atlantic Six of the Au i oice plane hovers overhead as smoke members of the fmirmaatgd saiunnshm signals from survrvors of the sunken GiFTTave The Pamii sank last Ut nhe SatUrday a hurricane southwest of uoabt iruaid Cutter Absecon to their tiny the Azores Teamsters Appeal Injunction by Court WASHINGTON Team sters Union Saturday appealed a federal court order signed min utes before which would force the union to postpone next weeks scheduled election of national of ficers A temporary injunction barring the election was granted at the night and Sunday Windy northrequest of 13 rank and file team night Highs outlook mild east 4855 wesli Martin F ODonoghue team Sunday 7080 Further Partly cloudy and Minnesota Fair and warmer Sat urday night Sunday mostly fair warmer east Lows Satur day night 4050 east 5055 west Highs Sunday 7085 east 8088 west GiobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Saturday Maximum Friday 61 Minimum Friday night 35 At 8 am Saturday 45 YEAR AGO Maximum 85 Minimum 59 DENVER DEMONSTRATION DENVER group of Suburban Lakcwood High School students walked out of the class room Priday when a Negro sub stitute teacher was assigned to them But they later reentered the classroom and apologized for their conduct a school official said SAME k tlf inrsns traffic death In past 34 hours sters attorney filed an appeal with the U S circuit court of ap peals for the District of Colum bia immediately after District Judge F Dickinson Letts signed the injunction order The rank and file teamsters contended in their suit that the election had been rigged by union he was about to sign the order I do not think there was credi ble evidence before the court on whichthese based the could be Teamster attorney J w UJJ UCLWtCII I nday night however Beck and the baseball field told the court The appeals court could order a stay of injunction pending con ai sideration of the appeal which courL order We positively will foi newsmen AT on election very definitely said We not run in very definitely contradiction to will anv mean the Teamsters be able to hold their election The higher court also could reverse Judge Letts order outright In arguments before Letts Fri day the Teamster lawyers con tended the complaining members had furnished no proof of any con spiracy to rig the election and that they had not used available bosses to elevate James R Hoffa to the Teamster presidency Their suit contended many dele gates to the union convention were not elected by locals Ask Early Hearing i The union election was sched uled for the Teamster convention next week at Miami Beach Fla Judge Letts had indicated ver bally Friday he would sign the temporary injunction Aside from a few minor changes in wording Saturdays order was identical to the one described by the judge Friday Judge Letts order makes no reference to the possibility that a referee appointed by the court supervise the election of Team ster officers That was requested by the complaining Teamsters Formal Objection That matter probably would come up in the course of a hear ing to determine whether the in junction should be made perma nent Judge Letts said Friday such a hearing would come up in the norma course of the courl calendar That presumably would delay the action for several months I ODonoghue formally objected when Judge Letts indicated at Saturdays brief court session that remedies within the union At Miami Beach retiringTeam der will not defy the edict of any court The only thing we will do is appeal SAFE BURGLARY MUSCATINE believed to be professional safe crackers broke into McCormicks Market early Saturday morning and took about in cash and checks from a safe Offered for Midtown Corner Plan Vote on School Area An outoftown businessman has offered the Mason City pub lic school district for the State and Delaware corner of the Administration Building grounds Verne A McDonough of the McDonough Realty Co presented a cashiers check to the school board at its special meet ing Friday afternoon The check is evidence of the good faith of the offer he said Although not at liberty to dis close his principal or the nature of his business McDonough said L building would be erected for i business which would be a redit to the community Need Vote Leslie G Hawkins president of the school board explained to McDonough that the board has no power under the law to sell property without a vote of the people It was suggested that the mat ter might be submitted to a vote Jan 20 when the school bond issue was scheduled The if the sale is approved could be used to cut the amount of the bond issue it was pointed reacted favorably It has announced out The board to the offer several times in recent years that the two State Street corners of the property are for sale Pro ceeds of the sale not only would help build classrooms but the sale also would put the properly on the tax lists McDonoughs written offer specified that the area is approxi mately 140 feet on State and 180 feet on Delaware It would reach within four feet of the south wal of Music Hall and the same dis tance from the west wall of the Administration Building Paving Bid was the low bid of V C Bender off Inc Des Moines The bid was for asphalt paving with con crete curbings on the parking lot The only other bid was that of Davey and Moen for the first three days although the concrete paving plane was detected on radar and The paving will cover all the by jet trails The plane was be present parking lot and extend lieved to be on a photographic Beck told to within a few feet of the sidemission It flew higher than 35 h er a conjention walk on 15th SE and the stadium 000 feet On Thursday the the south Why the YMCA Because last year 5317 Mason City younq people used its facilities They ranged irom 9 to 18 years of age Only 600 of them were ac tual members of the YMCA but the Mason City Community Chest support made it possible to serve the others also Its youth activities include Seven GrayY clubs for junior high and younger boys HiY clubs for senior high boys A Youth Center for senior high school boys and girls wf is to Christian character Wholesome physical activities play a large part in accomplishing it Many volunteer leaders give their time to help supervise the program It takes some money too All Red Feather agencies help make Mason City a better place to live SEE PAGE 9 ervice Sports Bulletin SYRACUSE N Y Iowa State College and Syracuse Uni versity tied 77 in a football game Saturday l SKIRAY ON WING This is a U S Navy deft a wing Skyray jet interceptor the type that was ordered to shoot down a possible hostile aircraft of the 6th Fleet The unidentified plane believed to be Russian flew over the American Navy forces massed in Tuvkevs Saros Gulf Fleet Will Shoot Down Any Strange Aircraft WITH U S 6TH FLEET TURKEY Adm Charles R Brown ordered American jet interceptors Thursday to shoot down with Sidewinder missiles a possible hostile aircraft over the U S 6th Fleet The plane es caped to Communist Bulgaria be fore U S Navy Delta Wing Sky rays could catch it An unidentified plane believed to be Russian flew over Ameri can amphibious forces massed in Turkeys Saros Gulf at midday on Monday Tuesday and Wed nesday It came in at high altitude from the direction of Bessarabia across the Black Sea along the Romanian and Bulgarian coasts across the Isthmus of Turkey anc over the invasion fleet massec Paving of the entire Rooseveltlor a NATO exercise only 30 Jrking lot will cost S29945 ThaJ milcs south of Bulgaria The plane turned north and crossed Greece before returning to Bulgaria Seen on Radar The 6th Fleet took no action on twin fa end It is jet sweptwing aircraft came a driveway very low at an estimated speed to 19th SE between the stadium of 600 miles an hour plus again at about midday It was not detected by radar this time but flashed over the amphibious force and was seen by Adm Bnnvn the fith Fleet miles away aircraft is ap force 100 to 200 possibly hostile preaching your area If it men aces your formation use Side winders to prevent photogra phy Sidewinders are slender au toair missiles carried beneath a planes wings They have horn ing devices and are armed wit conventional highexplosive war heads Alert Ordered Commanders of the three car riersin the 90ship fleet ordere an alert means je fighters must be ready to tak off immediately One of the pilot ready on catapults to blast of said later I was prepared t fire the first shot in World Wa III The Skyrays already aloft trie to intercept the plane but no con tact was made and no shots wer fired Many officers and several civil ians saw copies of Adm Brown order but Brown declined offi cially to confirm or deny such message was transmitted Brown refused permission for corres pondents to file the story through Navy communications but saic they were at liberty to do so bj other means SPIES SEIZED VIENNA UP Communist Tzech security police h a v imashed a widespread spy ring a mi in her of inlander radioed to Rear Adm i Clifford H Diierfeldts carrier comican spies in all parts of Czech oslovakia it was reported Satur day Hopes for Special Session in Iowa Are All But Dead By WILLIAM L EBERLINE DES MOINES Chances for a special session of the Legisla ture appear at present to be all but casualty of the con tinuing battle between Republi can legislators and Gov Herschcl Loveless over state tax policy Democratic G o v Loveless called nine legislative leaders this week lo explore the possibil ity of a compromise program The Governor said he plannedlthe discussions of the committee to send to all members of the and the Governor at times Legislature a number of propos als he offered the meeting as al ternative revenue sources And States Troops Needed Answer to Sen Russell mPresident Eisenhower Saturday indirectly iccused Arkansas Gov Orval aubus of encouraging mobs of extremists to flout the orders of i federal court And the President said it would have been tantamount to acquiescence in anarchy and vould have resulted in dissolu ion of the union if he had not ordered troops into Little Rock o quell violence Eisenhower set forth his views in a telegram to Sen Russell D Ga who had accused the troops sent to Little Rock of high hand ed tactics reminiscent of Hitlers storm troopers On that point the President told Russell in replying to the senators protest I must say that I complete ly fail to comprehend your com parison of our troops to Hitlers storm troopers In one case mili tary power was used to further the ambitions and purposes of a ruthless dictator in the other to preserve the institutions of free government Sharp Criticism In sharp criticism of how the Arkansas state government han dled the situation in Little Rock prior to the callout of federal troops Eisenhower did not men tion Faubus by name But there was no mistaking that the criti cism was directed at the Cover nor The President wrote Russell My conviction is that had the police powers of the state of Ar kansas been utilized not to frus trate the orders of the court but to support them the ensuing vio lence and open disrespect for the law and for the federal judiciary would never have occurred Eisenhower obviously was al luding to the fact that Faubus called out the Arkansas National Guard Sept 2 and used it to pre vent Negro students from attend ing classes at Central High School in Little Rock The gov ernor has contended he ordered the guard out to prevent violence and to preserve law and order Faubus did not call off the guard until ordered to do so by Federal District Judge Ronald Davies Ei senhower federated the guard and also sent army troops into ittle Rock last Tuesday after at the high school on Mon day National Guard Use The President wired Russell further Saturday The Arkansas National Guard could have handled the situation with ease had it been instructed to do so As a matter of fact had the integration of Central High School been psrmitted to take place without the intervention of the National Guard there is lit tle doubt that the process would have gone along quite as smooth ly and quietly as it has in other Arkansas communities When a state by seeking ujr to Loveless said any plan based onjfrustrate the orders of a federal raising the state sales laxcourt woulclnI work because it encourages mobs of ex lo flout the orders of a iviiKHLii nvliiat uitrtuiu it woiiiciiircnusis lo uoiit the orders of a the legislators present agreed a that is ail oiiofcdcral court and when a state sound out the views of other Iceway refuses to nfilWo iu sound out the views of other leg islators on a plan that could work Neither side however ex Q r to utilize its police powers Sen D C Nolan RIowa protect against mobs persons the Senate s majority floor leader who arc peaceably exercisina retorted sharply that Lovelesstheir right under the Constitution to be presented to a special scs jft sion if one were called couM bc The Repub licans and two Democrats agreed informally that such a session was desirable to reenact at least some of the 16 million iiviijiii Tint jumuvtri ex j uuuei me pressed much hope that anv arj was asklng he Ic8slators tojis defined in such court orders i pfiinnrnm icn ail i 11 rangcment acceptable both to the Legislature and to the Governor dollars in capital improvements the Governor vetoed last spring To Send Proposals But the meeting demonstrated that some of the legislators re out No Compromise Loveless says he wants assur ance before he calls a which the Governor answered I dont think I am I have sug gested several possible sources of to thn oath of office of the president requircs that he take action to give thai protection act a case the same he vetoed before Otherwise the session would be a waste of time and present individual and corpora lion tax rates and other taxes President Saddened Few times in my life have I as saddened as when the ob as v n iv i livi Ul 1 ltl Id At a 111 I a 3 W HCll UlC U 0 produce enough revenue to pay legations of my office required t the states bills throughout the1 me to order the use of a force t we could forget our bicnnium and leave a bali within a state to carry out the differences for a few days I beance in the till of 24 to 25 milliondecisions of a federal court dollars on June 30 1159 j Eisenhower noted that Russell Sen X T Prenlis RMowitjhad alleged certain wrongdoings one of the most outspoken on the part of individual soldiers against movcd from heal of the lcgisla s is as stubbornly any sales tax increase as whenjtive session might bc amenable no ihc Legislatures tax to compromise bill last spring advocates of a sales Uix raise at Little Rock stressed that 20 million dollars of Eisenhower told Russell that this balance constitutes the rainy ISecrctary of the Army Brucker Tlllv r day funfl created by Ihe assemble the facts and re Touches of asperity appeared in lure in 1949 porl lhcm dircctly 0 you   

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