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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 21, 1958, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for Horn BElaAZETTE THI NIWSPAPIR THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS N E I G H I O It HOME EDITION VOL LXIV Aiioclated Frew United Fun 7c a Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JUNE 21 1951 TWi CoaibU 4 Two lit e Rock School Integration Halted ATTRACTIVE TOURIST An attrac tion for anything green is understand able but not the kind of green stuff be ing investigated by this nosey character AP Photofax at the Silver Springs Fla deer ranch Someone should warn the fourlegged pickpocket that the wallet belongs to a vacationing Florida highway patrolman Indignation of World Grows Over Slaying of Hungarians 2iYear Delay Ordered Negro Group Plans Appeal LITTLE ROCK Ark WJUS District Judge Harry J Lemley of Hope Saturday granted the Lit tle Rock School Board permission to suspend racial integration at Central High School for 2 years The decision received by mail in the US District Court clerks office here permits the school to remove the seven Negro stu dents still enrolled at Central In New York the National Assn for the Advancement of Colored People said it would file notice of appeal promptly Lemley heard the boards peti tion for delay in a threeday hear ing here June 35 The proposed suspension was opposed by attor neys for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People NINE NEGROES were enrolled under the protection of federal troops at Central High last Sep tember One was expelled and another graduated this spring Lemley said in his order that Central integration might be sus pended until midsemester of the 19601961 school year without the school board being considered either collectively or individual ly in contempt of this court Gov Orval Faubus cordoned the 2000pupil high school with National Guardsmen last fall anc drdered the statetroops to turn away nineNegroes fed eral court order decreeing thai theLittle Rock gradual plan for FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES LONDON Student riots in Bonn and Paris and a crossfire of diplomatic protests Saturday created a swelling wave of inter national indignation over the Communist betrayelslayings of freedom premier Imre Nagy Morse Heads Schools in Two Counties DES MOINES the sec ond such agreement under a 1957 Iowa law Fayette and Chickasaw counties will share theservices of A S Morse present Fayette County superintendent The agreement came to the at tention Friday of the State Board of Public Instruction Previously Cherokee and Ida counties agreed to a similar merger of ceunty superintendent duties Moville Farm Tot 4 Dies Under Cultivator MOVILLE Vickie Corbin 4 died Friday when a cultivator on which she had been playing overturned on her at the farm home of her parents Mr and Mrs William Corbin near here HEADS EAGLES BURLINGTON ifl Charles Yelcy Clinton Saturday was named president of he Iowa Or der of Eagles meeting in conven tion here and other leaders of Hungarys abortive 1956 revolt European refugees from Red terror and antiCommunists in Na tionalist China demanded the ex pulsion of Russia and its satel lites from the United Nations In Paris National Assembly sources said the French govern ment believes the execution of Nagy and other indications of a hardening in Soviet policy have all but killed chances of a sum mit meeting this year COMMUNIST SECRECY veiled details of the executions of Nagy Maj Gen Pal Maleter and two lesser heroes of the revolt butj west European newspapers specu lated Saturday that they died of slow strangulation Red Hun a Communist safeconduct pass It also was the Russians who i nc nEMKinu DClOrp l seized Maleterafter luring hm to iey this month school board their headquarters on the pretext troops from Hungary rian students fromhalf a dozen German cities collected outside the The Weather Mason City Mostly fair through Sunday Low Saturday night 45 59 High Sunday mid70s Iowa Partly cloudy little tern1 lice in the ChampsTElysees nltlB peraiurc change through Sunsolemn memorial ceremonies for TniTf I J I KT m i IV against Soviet duplicity desegregation begin He drew the troops in face with of a US District Court injunction that he and other state officials e un garys traditional method of officease interference with desegre cial killing a few hours before their deaths were announced to the world Tuesday President Eisenhower then or dered paratroopers here and fed ralized the Arkansas National It was the Russians who seized razje the Arkansas National Nagy and spirited him away to Guard to queU noting that broke Romania after heleft the tne Central High campus slav embassy in Budapest under a to enforce the court order for n i i nPKPPTPOaHnn desegregation IN THE HEARING before Lem of discussing fmnne grounds Mat tne situation would be the same during the 195859 BONN Friday night year as it was the past greTefTere students frnm half p year lerences there were signs point Uliaiuc Witnesses for the school board Russian Embassy and testified that at least 40 fires uic rvussian m D a s s y ana least w nres There annParpH smashed windows with stones and were set in Central High lockers ink bottles in a furious protest and told of other violence in the c owever for aSreement on against Rnviot School Tn arlriiHnn tn tVin school In addition to the fires agaiuai ouviei uujjiicuy jtuui m auujuuii iu me ures tickets In Paris students shouting Sothere were some 37 bomb threats viet assassins scuffled with poat tne scfaoor and several inci TRANSPORTATION in the Champs Elvsees of PusmnS and bring in 700 milli CUPID WAITS 18 YEARS Back AP Photofax ill 1940 Ellen Rubacky Passaic N Y and strangers then and didnt see each other James lobin Passaic N J were brought again until reintroduced at a party last together by chance when they were asked winter Friday they announced their en by a newspaper to pose for a Valentines Day feature picture They were gagement happy to reenact the scene of 18 shears ago Freight Tax Cut WASHINGTON pear to favor congressional agree ment on elimination of the federal tax on freight despite administra tion opposition The Senate late Friday voted to erase the 3 per cent levy on freight and the 10 per cent lax on passenger fares in passing a bill to continue for another year present rates on all major excises and the 52 per cent tax on cor poration profits In the absence of extension legislation these rates would drop automatically on July1 THE ACTION sent the bill to conference with the House which earlier voted to continue all taxes at present rates But in advance of conferences o compromise SenateHouse dtf Woman Dies as Result of Injuries Mrs Phillip Venus Mahncke 56 Hampton died at a Mason City hospital Saturday morning of injuries suffered in an auto accident June 5 Cause ofdeath was chest The car driven by her husband collided with one driven by Ole Dirkson 60 Mason City one mile north ofRockwell onHighway 65 ing to House retreat infavor of cancelling the tax on freight the tax on the tax on As a result of the accident Dirkson was charged on two without a license and drunk driving He was given the option of a fine or 30 days on the first charge and was bound to district the second County Attorney William Pap pas said an information will be filed next week charging Dirkson with manslaughter Mrs Mahncke is survived by icr husband and a daughter Mrs Don Bleich both of Hampton and two grandchildren Funeral arrangements were in complete Temperatures Cool as Summer Arrives Summer arrived in Iowa at day 55 Low Saturday night 45Nagy Twenty students were ar Minnesota Widley scattered showers warmer High Sunday 7278 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Saturday Maximum 70 Minimum 43 At 8 am 65 YEAR AGO Maximum 82 Minimum 55 rested The United Nations special Hungary committee has scheduled a meeting which is expected to produce protests to both Russia and the executions The Communists fired off a dip lomatic broadside of their own accusing President Eisenhower and Secretary of State John Fos v pv excises of pushing and bring in 700 million dollars c a year pmSatljrday but Wayne Upton president ofj President didnt the school board quoted Faubus as saying he might again call out the Guard as he did last year and Upton added Faubus might not be the governor in 1961 The NAACP attorneys sought to show that school authorities had not properly enforced dis cipline at the school and main Eisenhower wants gct sual hot reception Part these and other taxes continued y coudr sklcs prevailed over on grounds the government needs I of lhe slate whUe the revenue tures ranged on the cool side dim oecreiary 01 biate jonn rostamed that a breakdown in in ter Dulles of interfering in grallon violate the rights internal affairs through of tfae NeSro students prys i their comments oh the slayings Baseball Fishing in Clear Lake Share Main Interests of Mason ditv Hurk It I J I Braniff in Attempt to Avert Walkout East Germans Free Belgian Flier After Protocol Signed BRUSSELS Belgium gian Air Force Lt Martin Paulus returned home Saturday after 23 days detention in East Germany where his jet plane was forced down by Red fighters His release was effected by the DALLAS MVBraniff Intern asiening of a formal protocol be said Leon Jacobs Belgian con EDITORS NOTE T h e fol lowing is an Associated Press report from Hollywood telling of Lynn Potters success in win ning a role in the road show of The Music Man HOLLYWOOD redhaired Huck Finn from Mason City Iowa invaded Hollywood and went home with a plum role in the show Music Man And hes never seen a stage play in his in school Lynn Potter is 10 and freckled with a lively interest in baseball and fishing for carp and bull heads in Clear Lake near Mason this Hes an old Mason City boy who wrote a Broadway musical Music Man based on his fond memories of 1912 Iowa life Broadway after a long diet of plays about neurotics welcomed the show like a strawberry short cake on a July day Last week Mason City hailed its conquering hero Willson with a celebration The band contained 76 trombones and 110 cornets just as in the shows hit song The floats featured scenes from Music Man On one of them Lynn portrayed Winthrop Paroo on out to Hollywood and audition for our director Morton Da Costa Thats our boy said Da Costa when he heard Lynn sing The lad returned home Friday but will be back in midJuly to be gin rehearsals for the road com pany Hell play Los Angeles Dallas San Francisco and Chi cago and will be tied up at least two years with the show A fourth grader heH be schooled by a tutor Lynn who was actually born Board in Washington Tuesday in fore8n minister an effort to ward off a strike The Brotherhood of Railway Clerks representing some 2000 a legal government to obtain the Braniff nonflying employes hasjfreedom of nine uS Army men called a strike fnr fi a taken prisoner Junn 7 uhpn their called a strike for 6 a m next Friday played in New York by Eddicnear Gary Ind is the son of Hodges Mrs Earl Hall wife and Mrs George Potter Cljj ithc editor of the Mason City Heres a warning to his parents He also has an infectious manjGlobeGazelte suggested an audijthrce sisters two brothers and ner and a voice that comes loudUon for Lynn He sang Garyjthc neighbors Lynn has to learn ttsu general in Berlin and Otto called by the National MediationiViner lheEast German deputy day they will attend a rpHiatinT to The United States has refused recognize East Germany as prisoner June 7 when their helicopter strayed into West Ger many during a thunderstorm The United States contends Russia must promptly return the men under terms of the Four Power occupation agreements But Russia has referred U S protests to the East German gov ernment IOWA DAY SET MOINES will Farmer in Crash RAKE Alfred Hyer 32 rura Buffalo Center was killed instant ly Friday night when the car h was driving ran into the side o a Rock Island Linesfreight train at a crossing on Highway 322 a mile west of here He was returning from Thomp son where he had gone to pick up his sons members ofthe Rake Peewee baseball team The two boys riding with him were the car Thej areKevin 9 and Kurt6 They are in the Buffalo Center Hospital in fair conditionKevin has a ractured hip and lacerations am Kurt a fractured arm bruises and lacerations After the impact the car caught on fire The Rake fire department was called They were unable to jet Hyer out of the car in time 3ut it is thought he was dead be fore the fire started No autopsy will be held The Hyer family had moved here March 1 from Titonka They were living on the Adrian Haus dns farm five miles southwest of here Surviving beside the two boys are his wife another son Keith 4 and a daughter Kathleen 2 complete Goldfine to Face Probers Testimony Set July 1 WASHINGTON DPI House nvestigators Saturday promised o demand that Bernard Goldfina pell out once and for all his ations with Presidential Assis ant Sherman Adams The Boston textile tycoon in ormed the House InfluenceInves igating Subcommittee Friday hat he would appear July 1 to estify about violations of the Se lurities Exchange Actby his Dast Boston Co a real estate irm A growing number of restless OP congressmen were pressing he Presidents chief of staff won dering why he should not step down from his powerful position They said the New Hampshire eader was bound to damage the partys chances in the crucial fall elections BUT PRESIDENT Eisenhower showed no signs of weakening in his resolve to keep Adams clear pgjnt dly Friday when he yisited his oric Mount Vernon Museum and vondered aloud r within easy learing of whether anyone ever investigated George Washington for accepting a sword as a gift Chairman Oren Harris DArk declined to tell a news conference exactly what the subcommittee would ask Goldfine However it wasexpected the hearing would explore the gifts Goldfine gave Adams and the hotel bills he paid for him Harris asked nancialrecords in the Securities andExcharige Commission SEC case and told reportersthe Bos ion millionaires lawyer promised to bring them HE REFUSED to say whether the subcommittee had requested he income tax returns of Gold fine and Adams or whether such a request would be served 6a Goldfine when he shows up Well cross that bridge whei we come to it Harris said The East Boston Co headed by Joldfine failed to file financial reports the SEC requires for light years In 1956 the commis sion agreed to drop a fine evied against the firm after a noncompliance suit had been iled by the SEC Adams has conceded he con tacted the SEC in 1956 after hear ig from Goldfine of the difficul ties but said Goldfine did not re quest him to make the inquiry He said he directed the i f VtiC IT 11119 t uneral arrangements were inHouse counsel to ask the SEC for a report on the case INSIDE RUSSIA TODAY Pictures Statues of Stalin Still Found All Over Russia EDITORS NOTE This is one in a series of articles based on John Gunfhers new book In side Russia Today By JOHN GUNTHER The last anniversary of Stalins death passed completely un noticed in the Soviet press But there still are countless pic tures of him in hotels and even in government offices and countless silver painted statues of him bleak bare little parks and gardens aH in t h e thrcad eni plaques showing Lenin and Stalin in a haio of stars TO MENTION just one if his name were to be absolutely obliterated millions upon m i 1 lions of books would have to be scrapped including childrens books poems and songs But a good deal has been done if not actually to erase all evi dence of him to play down his role Surviving members of his family are seldom seen and in fact are ostracized Even if ac tual cities have not been re named many lesser entities like factories and institutes are now known by some other name In at least one airport where enormous frescoes of Lenin and Stalin stood on opposite walls of the reception hall that of Stalin has been ripped out nothing re places him and the whole wall and clear across the prairie lleredith Wiilson recognized Great said Willson Ind to play a cornet before he begins i Come his show business career SAME in mcani crafMo death In na 21 heurs over the Soviet Union The names of cities like Stalingrad DES MOINES will he Slalinbad and Iowa Day July 21 at the BrusStalinsk have GUNTHER World Fair Gov Herschelnot been changed The i proclamation shiny locomotives on the big ex j Wi uuvi uv me OUpltMHU ODVICI Will KCt the date press trains stiil carry resplendities Russian citizens are now alsome vestige of legislative power lowed to travel within limits ani can buy a railway or airplane ticket to all but a few closed areas in the Soviet Union On ar rival at a new city however reg istration is compulsory Nobody without a job is allowed to stay for longer than a month in cer tain big cities like Moscow be cause of the housing shortage Soviet citizens are now permit ted to marry foreigners This re form went into effect in Novem ber 1953 But if a Soviet citizen married a foreigner years and the husband or wife is out side the country permission will almost certainly not be granted for the Soviet citizen to get out or the husband or wife to come In the realm of law there have been substantial reforms As to politics certain alterations art is an angrv scar i supposed to be impending where IN THE REALM of civil liberby the Supreme Soviet will get
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