Mason City Globe Gazette, October 21, 1957

Mason City Globe Gazette

October 21, 1957

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 21, 1957, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETT THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES E ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBOR S VOL LXIV Associated and United Press Full Lease Wirei Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY OCTOBER 21 1957 This Paper Consists of Two No II One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGarette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGIO 13001 ls pm pm ThursdaJ A Little Inflation Leads to a Lot 1JINETEEN fiftyseven has been an important year for celc b r a t i n g important historical events It drew thousands of visi tors to Jamestown Va on the occasion of the 350th anniversary of the first English settlement in America It also witnessed the arrival of the Mayflower as a re minder of the settlement of the First Massachusetts Colony in 1620 With these heritages of the past in mind we might now fix our sights on another celebration date the 200th anniversary of the birth of the United States That birthday will be in 1976 Thats 19 years from now I should like to indulge in a little prophecy at this time on just what kind of America we are going to have then Many students of our economy believe these years could place our coun try on the very threshold of un stinted abundance making true the ageold dream of complete conquest of poverty But they attach this dual pro viso IF we use our resources wisely over the next two decades and IF peace can be maintained Needless to say however this statement and the facts on which it is based must be used with prudence and humility Realiza tion is to be dependent on the two important IFS And Then Zowie Listeners who remember back that far will recall that in the late 1920s there was much talk of perpetual prosperity Then zowie Our greatest depression hit We must not be carried away by false notions or build on a shaky foundation There are cer tain economic laws that cant be ignored So any prognostications I make the clear understanding that to err is one of mans com monest traits Moreover it must not be forgotten that civilizations have developed and flourished only to fall prey to inner weak nesses not external aggression It is these inner weaknesses that need primary attention in the months and years ahead With this stated and under stood suppose we get on with our story What are things going to be like particularly in the realm of business and industry when our 200th national birthday rolls around in 1976 Boundless Faith Lest it appear that T have hedged too much at the outset let me say that I have a bound less faith in the future of our country T am confident that with its free institutions its system of free enterprise its emphasis on religious life and the means we have for maintaining an enlight ened citizenry the United States is going to continue to grow and be looked to as the one great hope of the free peoples of the world One thing is fairly certain That Mediation Parley OKd Egypt Says TICKER TAPE A shower of ticker tape zwirls down on the royal motorcade as it moves up Lower Broad AP Pholofax way in New York City Queen Elizabeth is riding in the lead car New York Has Rousing Reception for Royalty FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES NEW Elizabeth II rode up New Yorks canyon of heroes Monday in a deluge of con fetti and tickertape It was thf biggest celebrity re ception here since Gen Douglas MacArthur returned from Japan Curbside crowds of hundreds of thousands cheered the 31yearold monarch and her consort Prince Philip as their royal motorcade moves slowly in brilliant sunshine from the Battery to City Hall The windows of skyscrapers along the route were jammed with workers who scattered tons Death Blow Is Dealt to Pupil Act WASHINGTON Itf The Su preme Court Monday dealt a death blow to Virginias Pupil Placement Act The tribunal did so by refusing to review a decision in two school segregation cases in which the states 1956 placement law was declared unconstitutional The decision dealing with Pu hnve it figured that there will be an addition of some 60 million to make a 1976 total of around 230 million By the same token our labor force will be moving up some 25 million to a figure around 100 million With all the new discoveries that are taking place it is a rea sonable assumption that advances in technology and the art of man agement along with improve ments in health and efficiency of workers will result in still telephone directories on her bub bletop limousine rived aboard a US Army ferry which had brought them from jiuvt uiuugui IHUJJI 11UJJ1 It was the Queens first visit to I their train on Staten Island in the New York the city she said she company ofGov Aver ell Harri aman and British commonwealth child It was also the first tickerdignitaries tape parade ever accorded a Brit ish monarc New Yorks informal shouts of Hi Liz brought the Queens broadest smile and the jauntiest wave she has exhibited on her six it ti v v out 1100 CAUIUILCU Uit ilCl 3lA day visit to the United States exciting I d i d nt realize Fashion conscious New York buildings were so closely knit women eyed her rustcolored enThe weather was as near per semble trimmed with regal white as a queen could wish Her brief route to City Hall for Mayor Robert F Wagners offi Handsome bareheaded Prince cial welcome to the city called Phil whose car Queens flashed a followed the up one of the heaviest forces of smile that police federal security officers thrilled the Wall Streets secrefiremen and first aid personnel taries who had been given an extralong lunch hour to attend the parade The Queen and her party ar 7 Persons Called Before Iowas Probe Committee MOINES h e Iowa Legislative Investigation Com mittee announced Monday it has called seven persons to appear at a public hearing Wednesday and Thursday on election campaign affirmed by the U Court in Richmond The Virginia Pupil Placement Act removed power to assign pu pils from local school boards and division superintendents and con ferred the authority on a Pupil Placement Board The appeal said the board was authorized to act on stated bases none in any way involving race or color The Circuit Court said the act was S Circuit been probing State Highway Commission affairs mostly now provided no adequate remedy to Publican state chairman is turning its attention to elec tions and campaigns This is the primary purpose for which the committee was created by the 1957 Legislature Those requested to appear Wednesday are Secretary of State Melvin Synhorst Jake More Democratic state chair man and L L Jurgcmeyer Re Negroes because of the fixedpol Those asked to testify Thurs greater production and pericv Virginia school officials onday capita productivity by a growing labor force Production Is Key Its in this latter the in creased production by each work er that offers the central hope for a still higher living standard and greater prosperity Conservative estimates indi cate that by 1976 we should be able at the very least to double our annual output of goods and services This would bring our gross national product to S800 billion a year measured by pres ent purchasing power This should take place our economists say even if there is a further reduc tion in the working day or the working week We must keep in mind how ever that this economic expan CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 segregation and because another act of the Legislature calls for closing of schools and withdrawal of state funds upon any depar ture from segregation The Circuit Court also noted that Hoffmans orders did not re quire mixing of races in any school they merely forbid school officials from refusing to admit Negroes to any school sole ly on account of race or color THE SHOW MUST GO ON CHICAGO UP The lyric opera performance of Ambroise Thomas Mignon broke through the language barrier Sunday when Canadian tenor Leopold Simoneau was replaced by Al vino Misciano who knew only Italian Everyone else sang in French are Owen E McCIain county auditor at Leon Chet Hansen county auditor at Har lan E Howard Hill president of the Iowa Farm Bureau Fed Des Moines president of the Iowa Federation of Labor SAME Elizafaeths own comments on her first view of the towers and Manhattan were in everyday American slang Wheel she exclaimed How the 8 Killed in Iowa Crashes Years Toll Reaches 575 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Eight deaths over the weekend r o m motor vehicle accidents boosted Iowas 1957 fatality count to more than a year ago Two deaths occurred Friday night and a total of six on Satur day and Sunday Victims Saturday and Sunday included James Marvin Daugherty 23 Numa Iowa was found dead in the wreckage of his car Sunday about a mile south of the Streep eyville community near Center ville Harold Allen Rickard Jr 17 Hastings Iowa was killed when the motorcycle he was riding was in a headon collision with a car on US 34 near Red Oak Satur day night Ronnie Gene Erickson 19 Red Oak was killed in the accident with Rickard Margaret Adelia Colyn 46 Rt 1 Mitchellville was killed when struck by a car on a graveled road near Runnells Saturday John Swift 72 Graettinger farmer died Saturday of injurie suffered late Friday when his tractor and trailer were struck by a car on Iowa 17 a mfle south o Graettinger Catherine OBIeness 81 Keo kuk died Saturday of injuries suf fered in a twocar crash on US 61 north of Keokuk last Thursday Damage in 6Hour Fire at Hopkinton in memory Not since MacArthur was cheered by 7500000 persons in 1951 had the city put on such a dazzling show The entire fi nancial district which Elizabeth glimpsed as she passed Trinity Church at the head of Wall Street was decked with Union Jacks The radiant 31yearold mon arch stepped off her special train from Washington at am CST at Stapieton Staten Is land for a trip by Army ferry across the bay to Manhattan The approach to New York by water with its dramatic views of the Statue of Liberty and Wall Street skyscrapers was the Queens own request 200 Out of School Here Due to Flu The flu bug Monday took a heavier toll in the Mason City public schools and Mason City Junior College Nearly 200 junior college students and five instruc tors were absent from classes Two hundred and sixty Mason City High School per HOPKINTON sixhour fire Sunday dslroyed a twostory dwelling housing a cafe and apart ments a post office building and also damaged a shoe store Damage was estimated at No one was injured Fourteen tenants living in apartments above the cafe fled to safety The post office a brick structure was one story high Fire department officials said the first alarm was called in about 2 pm and the brought under control by 8 pm However firefighters continued to watch the smoldering ruins into the night It was not known how the fire started a U 1 J Lisxri ixtu UtL cration and Mayor Ray Mills of cent of the enrollment were missing from classes Monday morning Monroe Junior High re ported 104 absences and Roose velt High listed 75 absentees Supt Lawrence Shcpoiser said that when all of the elementary schools report in the total will rise above 10 per cent absences He said that Hoover School re ported 51 absent Garficid 23 Roosevelt elementary 67 and Washington 19 Seven other ele mentary schools had not reported Monday noon At Algona public schools were closed Monday afternoon until Wednesday due to flu St Ceci ouek crffic dcxih fn Catholic school at Algona M bouri was closed until further notice FLYNN LISTENS TO REPORT Actor Errol Flyim holds his glasses and calmly smokes a cigarette in city jail at Hollywood as he listens to officer William Fried man right tell what happened at the Ballyhoo Ball Flynn was arrested for intoxication after allegedly steal ing Friedmans police badge and a kiss from Friedmans French wife Flynn later was freed on bail The Weather Mason City Cloudy with occa sional light rain through Tues day High Tuesday 4852 Low Monday night in lower 40s Iowa Cloudy Monday night oc casional rain or drizzle in west and north warmer southeast low mid 30s north to upper40s south Tuesday occasional rain or drizzle colder north FiveDay Iowa Temperatures will average 5 to 8 degrees be low normal Tuesday through Saturday Normal lows 34 north o 38 south Normal highs 55 north to 60 south Turning cold er Wednesday and Thursday Continued cold remainder of period Precipitation will aver age fourtenths to sixtenths of an inch occurring as rain Tues day through Thursday and more rain likely on Saturday Minnesota Showers colder High Tuesday 3550 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Monday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 56 43 44 trace 71 40 Boy Wounded in Head Recovering Paul Hedrick 16 son of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Eugene Hed Meeting Is Idea of Sauds UN to Open Its Debate CAIRO Egypt Wi The Saudi Arabian government announced Monday its offer to mediate the dispute between Turkey and Syria has been accepted by both coun tries the Egyptian Middle East News Agency said in a dispatch from Jidda It quoted the Saudi Arabian broadcast and news department s saying In order to promote confi dence and strengthen fraternal neighborly bonds between Syria and Turkey King Saud has of ered to mediate The two govern ments have accepted the media ion and it has been decided Turk sh and Syrian delegations will meet with the King to clear up he situation The Turkish dele gation is to be headed by the in formation minister The two dele Cations are arriving at Damman Saudi Arabia within the next two days Earlier Dispatch This contradicted an earlier dis patch from Damascus quoting the Foreign Ministry there as deny ing that Syria was about to take part in any mediation talks with rick 905 ported in Polk SW satisfactory was re condition at Park Hospital where he was hospitalized Sunday after being struck by a rifle pellet The accident occurred about pm while Hecirick and two 16y e a rold companions were hunting along the Winnebago River 8Vi miles northwest of Mason City Hedrick was on the south side of the river when a pellet shot by one of the other youths apparently ricocheted off a branch and struck him The two Ronald Kuhlemeier Clear Lake Route 2 and James Henniger Mason City Route 1 were on the north bank of the Turkey There was a possibility the Middle East News Agencys dis patch was a delayed relay of a broadcast picked up in London Sunday night It was on this broadcast that the Syrian denial was based In Ankara informants said Sauds offer had been received but the Foreign Office declined to confirm or deny and kept silent on whether the offer had been or at a squirrel above GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Sunday Maximum 5g Minimum 24 At 8 am 35 Precipitation none river firing Hedrick The pellet that struck Hedrick penetrated his skull It was re moved by surgery Sunday TEA TIME ATLANTA Ga thief who ransacked Nora Andersons apartment Monday is going to be disappointed when he partakes of the fruits of his evil labors The 15 samplesized whisky bottles he burgled were filled with tea would be accepted It seemed ikely a decision might be de ayed until after the parliamenta elections in Turkey next Sun day The official statement in Da mascus said Syria intended to press on with its complaint to the United Nations that she is threat ened by Turkish troop concentra tions on the border No Connection Army Chief of Staff Maj Gen Afif Bizry left Monday for a visit to Saudi Arabia But the Foreign Ministry said his trip had no connection with reports that Syria and Turkey had accepted Sauds invitation to attend a con ference to discuss the Middle East crisis US SIXTH FLEET ON GUARD OFF TIP OF GREECE WITH 8000 MARINES ATOM ARTILLERY 1500MILE RANGE BOMBERS EGYPTIAN TROOPS IANDED HESE ARE REPORTED DEPLOYED ALONG SYRIAS BORDER WITH ISRAEL TURKISH TROOPS REPORTED ALONG SYRIAS BORDER SYRIAN TROOPS REPORTED ALONG TURKISH BORDER Mediterranean Sea LEBANON LEBANON STANDS FIRM WITH WEST AGAINST COMMUNISM FOREIGN SYRIA GOVERNMENT DEMANDS FULL UN DEBATE ON QUESTION OF TURKISH THREAT MINISTER DECLARES HAIRTRIGGER MIDDLE is a geographic look at the highlights of the tense Middle East situation In man power Syria has about 35000 under arms with maybe as many as 3000 more from Egypt Turkey may have a million The Soviet charges that 50000 of them are massed on the northern border of Syria and the the U S is trying to goad the Turks into attacking A Syrian spokesman said Biz rys trip is in response to an invi tation which Saud extended during the Kings visit to Syria last i month The UN Assembly prepared to begin debate Tuesday on the TurkishSyrian crisis One source at UN headquarters said the 82 nation body might hold morning afternoon and night sessions in an effort to get speedy action Syria backed by Russia has charged Turkey with threatening to attack her The Syrians asked a U N commission to be sent to investigate the border situation The United States was reported anxious to have such a commis sion instructed also to investigate its own earlier charge that Soviet influence in Syria is what really is threatening war in the Middle East 2 North lowans in Scholarship Exams CHARLES CIVY Sharon K Adams Charles City High School and Margaret A fhorson of the Floyd Consolidated School will be among 31 Iowa seniors who will vie with thousands of others around the nation for 4 million dollars in college scholarships in seres of examinations starting talcnt hunt for worlhy indents is the third annual such j program sponsored by the Na itional Merit Scholarship Corp ;

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