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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 2, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10WANS NEIGH B O R S VOL LX1U Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 2 1957 This Paper Consists of Two One No Faubus Fails to Budge on Statement Crisis in A Tiny Republic Reds Control San Marino SAN MARINO ffl About 100 Communist volunteers armed with 19th century rifles 20 rounds of ammunition apiece and um brellas Wednesday consolidated the Red governments grip on the tiny republic of San Marino About all that was left in the hands of a rival antiCommunist provisional government was a small abondoned steel factory at the eastern tip of the 38square mile territory A steady rain continued to fall and there was no violence yet The Red volunteers supporters of the regime which has ruled since World War II had gained effective control of traffic into the republic entirely surrounded by Italy They baited and searched all persons moving across the border from Italy On Patrol The 200 regular San Marino po lice whose Italian commander announced his support of the anti Communists Tuesday were out on patrol but did not interfere with the Red activities They carried no ammunition for their INTEGRATION NEWS AT A GLANCE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON President Eisenhower reversing himself on troop withdrawal demands stronger stand by Arkansas Gov Orval Faubus that he will not obstruct Federal Court or ders to integrate Little Rock schools Hopes for settling the monthlong controversy hinge on wording of agreement LITTLE feder alized Arkansas National Guardsmen patrol Central High area in relief of U S troops Wednesday there were signs that some antiintegration white students at Central High might taking matters into their own hands by threatening the nine Negroes attending the school GREENSBORO mite blast near home of Elijah Herring whose two children are among six Negroes admit ted to white schools here does little damage MATOAKA WVa White students demonstrate and rough up two of six Negro pupils at Matoaka High School OKLAHOMA CITY Oklaho mas integrated schools now number 431 with more than 6600 Negro students school of Negro as 138 antiquated arms Around the steel factory in which the antiCommunist mem bers of Parliament had set up headquarters some 50 civilian supporters stood guard They carried submachineguns rifles and pistols The provisional government was recognized by Italy but the Com munists claimed theirs was still the legitimate regime Italian po lice kept up a blockade of all roads into San Marino to keep Italian Communists from swarm ing in to help their comrades New Moves Most of the 14000 San Marinese went about their work while the rival factions planned new moves in the political struggle A high informant said the anti Communists were preparing an ultimatum threatening to call for outside from the Communists sur rendered the government palace Turmoil began two weeks ago when defections from the ruling CommunistSocialist bloc gave antiCommunists the 60m ember ficials report Some 298 teachers have lost jobs Negro schools closed CAMDEN N J A 15year old white boy who went to aid of another white boy being abused by group of Negro youths suffers stabs and slash es Philadelphia police commis sioner says searches for wea pons on young persons to be standard procedure in future EL DORADO Ark Arkan sas Arty Gen Bruce Bennett says voters would have to amend state constitution before any valid antiintegration laws could be passed Hoffa Rolls on Toward Presidency MIAMI BEACH Fla WVThree opponents battled Wednesday to stem desperately a steamrol a majority in Grand Council the nations elected Parliament The council names the top execu tives two captains regent The Communists ordered the council dissolved to keep non Communists from appointing new executives and called for elec tions Nov 3 The nonCommu nists declared this action was il legal that1 another election wasnt due until 1959 After the sixmonth terms of the old captains regent expired Mon day night the antiCommunists proclaimed a provisional govern ment Wholesale Food Prices Dip Again NEW YORK food prices as measured by the Dun Bradstreet index declined sharply this week for the third week in succession At the index compared with a week ago and was two per cent higher than the S6 figure a year ago Ibis week Thc 20cent drop in three weeks just about wipes out the almost steady increases this summer They cul minated in the year high of SC39 on Aug 6 The index 1857 low of was established May 14 Iowa Falls Boys Win FFA Judging Awards WATERLOO W Three Iowa Falls youths received awards here Tuesday in individual com petition of the FFA judging con test held in conjunction with the National Dairy Cattle Congress here Douglas Knutson won a gold emblem and Gary Luppcn and David Klein were named gold emblem holders ler which appeared to be sweep ing James R Hoffa of Detroit toward the presidency of the In ternational Brotherhood of Team sters In a swirling slambang battle for delegate votes Hoffa picked j up endorsements from the New England Conference the Eastern Conference and the Los Angeles Joint Council of Teamsters in his President Outlines Policy 4 Guideposts to integration WASHINGTON UP The White House declared Wednes day four legal principles on school integration and called on the people and Governor of Ar kansas to fall in step with Presi dent Eisenhower on them They added up to obey court orders Presidential Press Secretary James C Hagerty released a text of the principles which he said were read to the southern governors committee Tuesday Mil 000 000 1001 5 0 NY 000 012 OOX39 1 Warren Spahn Ernie Johnson Don McMahon 7 and Del Crandall Whiley Ford and Yogi Berra Details on Sports Page GRANDMA KICKS UP HER HEELS It was a SUmeii autumn day and two grandchildren were enough to brine Nellie Burch 62 Grmnell into the yard to dlmonstratf Her technique of kicking a football The ball went sailing but her shoe left went as well risrht Ike Observes National Day of Prayer WASHINGTON OR President Eisenhower led Americans Wednesday in a National Day of Prayer at a service which put implied emphasis on racial inte gration problems The President still embroiled in the situation at Little Rock Ark to which he devoted most of Tues day afternoon and evening at tended a special am prayer meeting at the National Presby terian Church He is a member of that church The service was held in observ ance of a National Day of Prayer proclaimed by Eisenhower him self last Aug 8 under a 1952 act of Congress The proclamation had called on Americans to unite in prayer and meditation on that day each according to his own faith Eisenhower looking refreshed despite the long hours he put in Tuesday arrived at the church as the services were ready to begin He was accompanied only by his press secretary James C Hager The President showed only a faint smile as he alighted from a White walked House briskly limousine and up the church steps to sitake hands with the pastor Dr Edward L R Elson Inside Eisenhower sat in his usual place in the sixth row Be side him was Secretary of State Dulles who had minutes ahead ment figures in the sparce con gregation included Harold E Stassen Eisenhowers special aide on disarmament matters and Postmaster General Sum merfield arrived a few Other govern SAME The Weather Mason City Continued fair and pleasant through Thursday High Thursday in upper 70s Slightly warmer Wednesday night with low in mid or upper 40s Fair and pleasant through Thursday Low Wednesday night 4555 Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average near normal Thursday through next Mon day Becoming colder Friday and Saturday with little change thereafter Normal highs 68 north to 72 south Normal lows 44 north to 48 south Rainfall is expected to average onehalf inch to one inch occurring as showers Friday or Saturday Minnesota Clear mild through Thursday High 7585 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Wednesday Maximum Tuesday 75 Minimum Tuesday night 37 At 8 a m Wednesday 53 SOVIET TRAINS PHYSICIANS MOSCOW Soviet Union now has 73 medical colleges giv ing training to over 140000 stu dent physicians who met with the President on the school integration crisis We sincerely hope that the good people of the state of Ar kansas and Little Rock as well as the Governor will follow the legal principles which have guided the President Hagerty said Four Guideposts Eisenhowers four principles in summary 1 It is the right of the local communities not the federal ad ministration to make plans to en campaign to succeed retiring President Dave Beck carry out the Supreme Courts Still Active desegregation ruling However But antiHoffa forces were still the courts have made clear that active aggressive and asserting fU confidence A spokesman said the Maryland and Washington DC delegates declined to endorse Hoffa International Vice President William A Lee of Chicago was given a vote of confidence by the National Bakeries Drivers Con not an endorsement Efforts to form a coalition of forces between Lee Vice Presi tfEffir Thomas L Hickey of New York and Thomas J Haggerty Chicago milk truck drivers offi cial unsuccessful ly Personal Ovation Hoffa showed his strength by turning into a personal ovation demonstration over the refusal by Chief Justice Earl Warren of the U S Supreme Court to halt Teamster elections Warren Tuesday refused to dis turb a Circuit Court of Appeals decree setting aside a temporary injunction by Dist Judge F Dick inson Letts which would have pre vented the Teamsters from elect ing new officers When Beck announced to the convention news of Warrens de cision delegates jumped to their feet shouting and hurling scraps of paper into the air Hoffa suddenly appeared on the rostrum and raised Becks hand in the traditional prize ring sig the Department of Justice when invited by the courts must par ticipate in court action to force school desegregation 2 It is up to the courts to pass on the reasonableness of the speed with which local authori ties decide to carry out school desegregation 3 A final order of a federal court giving effect to a desegre gation public school plan must be obeyed by state authorities and all citizens as the law of the land Final orders of the federal courts carrying out this principle must be observed It is the duty of the state authorities to give full aid to the enforcement of a desegre gation public school plan once it is finally ordered by the court Domestic Order 4 Powers of a state governor may not be used to defeat a valid order of a federal court The governor of the respective states have the primary responsibility for maintaining domestic order However under a pretext of maintaining order a governor may not interpose military force or permit mob violence to occur so as to prevent the final order of a federal court from being car ried out When an obstruction of justice has been interposed or mob vio lence is permitted to exist so that it is impracticable to enforce the m UHK iiduiuuuai prize Tin0 Sla tmuiut me nal of victory At that point thV by the course of i t i shouting rose to a frenzied of what appeared to be a personal ovation for Hoffa A few minutes later M W Miller of Dallas Southern Team ster boss chairman of conven tion arrangements and ardent Hoffa supporter jubilantly de clared Did you see that out we just held the election of Retired Farmer lOlstto Stay in Arkansas Troop Removal Plan Stymied LITTLE ROCK Ark Gov Orval Faubus said Wednesday ha pat state rn ent to President Eisenhower and accused the White House of double talk in the Little Rock integration crisis The Governor heatedly declared ic was amazed and disappoint ed that President Eisenhower liad rejected his assurance to maintain order in Little Rock and not obstruct a Federal Court order for integration of Central High School Tve given in until it hurts the Governor said The Arkansas Governor parried questions as to whether he would personally guarantee the safety of the nine Negro students whose enrollment in the high school touched off the crisis Next Move Faubus said the next move is up to Washington and that he has no intention of changing the word ing of his statement But the White House replied that Faubus remarks Wednesday only served to harden the Presi dents views on the matter President Eisenhower who worked out with four Southern governors the terms by which he would recall units of the 101st Airborne Division from Little Rock said he was not satisfied with Faubus statement Faubus gesturing and flushed said he bad made every effort to work out a compromise as out lined by thc Southern governors meeting with Eisenhower Tues day He said he talked for 20 min ules with Gov Luther Hodges of North Carolina chairman of the committee and that Hodges did not question his wording of his reply No Necessity All that the double talk in Washington means is this They want me to take troops and put bayonets in the backs of students in my state and bludgeon and bayonet my people Faubus said I never felt the necessity for this action Faubus said he wouldnt budge on his statement adding They write their statements up there I write my statements here Faubus said he had agreed to wo main points worked out by Eisenhower and the Southern gov ernors 1 Thai he would accept lull LtilKRonsibilily lor maintaining law anl order 1 unaseu ueaien j 2 That I would not obstruct and kicked by a group of white students inside the school j orders of the court for integra L1TTLE ROCK Ark W Nine Negro students were greeted with shouts and hoots Wednesday at Central High School but thcv f Tnrt cnttrml 4 i i I AP Wirepholo SHARE INTEGRATION SPOTLIGHT Gov Orval Faubus of Arkansas is interviewed on front steps of the Governors mansion at Little Rock top photo after he declared he was standingpat on the word ing he used to accept President Eisenhowers terms for withdrawing troops from Central High School Be low Gov Luther Hodges of North Carolina right one of four governors who met with the President on the integration matter tells newsmen hes still hopeful the situation can be straightened out Shouts and Hoots Greet 9 Negroes BULLETIN capable He is obliged to use whatever means may be required by the particular situation Young GunWielding Thugs Invade Home of Tilp K Pk Key Phrase mtch in wiiat appeared DES MOINES home in each through a of a retired farmer of betweon 75 150 white stu NEW SCHOOL OKD SPENCER 8250000 bond issue for a new grade school was ruurca Iarmcr ot l day 890109 Des Moines was invadcd Tuesdaydcnls Sacred there nSht by young gunwielding ban As lhe Degrees left a National n J ydits who demanded money Guard station wagon Wednesday f 7 liy U Walter said four youths Imorning shouts and hooting jdrove in the driveway of his homejarose from white students and called to him for directions u entered the school without any disorder It was the eighth dav troopsenforced integration i Tuesday to be a workable solu Federalized Arkansas National Guardsmen were back on duty lion lo removal of federal troops at the big high school for the second day in a row having relieved and agreement between Faubus regulars the 101st Airborne Division Tuesday and Eisenhower devl For the past several days the six Negro girls and three bovs have used the main entrance to Central High making their wav In ft W and Eisenhower developed over Faubus changing the exact word ing which had been worked out He added by me to the pre pared statement that there would bo no further obstruction to the courts order for integration of Central High School This left in doubL question ot whether To help solve emotional problems of our resi dents so that they may not become a burden to the community One of every 12 people in the United States will spend some part of his life in a mental hospital according to present sta tistics More than half the hospital beds in the country are now oc cupied by mental patients The Mental Health Center can help individuals with emotional prob lems before they are so ill they require hospitalization It provides a clinic where patients who cannot afford private psy chiatric treatment can go for help All our Red Feather agencies help make Ma son City a better place in which to live Sec Page 12 Falls Info Hot Oil Vat Man Survives DALLAS W Ely 42 fell into a vat of 300dcgrcc eise might obstruct the ccpt for one hand with were cries However the oigrippcc thc of ervice fciiVI1ii j 11 k n L tu uij I The Negroes unescorted tookias hc ancl Dllle1 Pierce 23 were when he approached their caria sidewalk leading to their left ukln a of hot steel from1 they shoved a gun at him andiand headed for a side cntnnce a furnacc at a heat trcatmentithc compromise that backfired demanded money He replied hejWhcn the white students noliced planL iluJnt have any and was marchcdthis thc jeering in volume Ely ucnl completely under ex mto the house by two of the and there were cries of Chick D ien1 However the o Rogers was kept a prisoner lhc school without anv ciis the kitchen while thc other tookorder Mrs Rogers upstairs She g a v cj the bandit from her purse andL the pair fled oent of Oo ivjl mi1 quick Rogers said when he realized j Advancement of Colored People Jmorc his captor wasnt armed he a rarc aPPearancc m thedeath after him with a chair and the gh schoo drove by to youth threw a toaster at him lsee if lnc students had got Authorities wcretoldfne safdv illsidc th NMATE HOSPITALIZED identified man in connection with Mrs Bates said Tuosdnv that William Thorn order Thc governors who worked out mpromisc t h a were Frank Clement of Tennes scc Leroy Collins of Florida ncjTheodore McKcldin of Maryland llv vat Iancl Luther Hodges of North Car Pierce quickly grabbed the handiolina the chairman of the com and pulled him out Docfors said mittee Ely was seriousiv burned but the robbery Hartland Man Is Victim of Accident MARSHALL Minn Hartland man was killer cbv in a freak accident here The BOND ISSUE PASSES ithe jmsidc the school to what at lhc Mpns wire Idescribccl as organized hcic Wednesday with a scvjhr was trying to raise with a l n x rsisairi he purposely cut himselfr idenls Iwilh a carlheft   

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