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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 23, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited fpr VOL H N CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HI MIWSrAriK THAT MAKtS ALL NOKTM IOWANS M I I H I 0 ft SM OPT MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY AUGUST tt HOME EDITION IkU Paper ConiUU vs andits Lead I ity Jail Justice NAACPin Final Plea WASHINGTON Supreme CourtJustice Charles Evans Whittaker may hold the answer to whether racial integration muStbe resumed at Little Rocks Central High School when it re opens Sept 2 But the Answer will not come before next Thursday probably later It was uncertain whether Whit taker would rule alone or with other membersof the nineman court The National Assn for the Ad vancementpf Colored People Fri day asked Whittaker for an pr der removing all legal barriers to immediate reentry of Negro pupils into Central High a focal point in the farranging integra tion controversy THE NAACP action seeks in part to set aside an order of the U S Eighth Circuit Court of Ap peals in St Louis thatwould de lay integration at the Arkansas high school until the Supreme Court has ruled on the main is sues in the case The petition was directed to Whittaker because the full courl is in summer recess until Oct 6 and he has jurisdiction over the EighthCircuit which includes Arkansas iX V v WithWhittaker on hisr way to Los Angeles Thurgood Marshall of New York an attorney for the NAACP filed the petition with the office of the Supreme Couri clerk the courts deputy clerk Edmund P Cullinan Friday night sent the petition via air mail special delivery to Whit taker in Los Angeles where the justice plans to attend the Amer lean Bar Assn convention BASICALLY what the NAACP is asking is quick nullification of a June 2i order of U S District Judge Harry J Lemley of Hope Ark suspending integration a Central High for years The Eighth Circuit Court of Ap peals last Monday Judge Lemley by a 61 vote But on Wednesday the Court o Appeals stayed effectiveness of its ruling until the Supreme Couri acts on an appeal of the Little Rock school board The schoo board was given 30 days in which to petition the high court for a review Marshall asked Whittaker to se aside the stay Even if Whittakei should grant this request there would not be enough time left to dispose of the legal formalitie before reopening of Central High a week from next Tuesday SO MARSHALL asked Whit taker to vacate Lemleys orde granting the delay Should this be done the effec would be to put back in force a once an earlier order for Integra tion at Central High Meanwhile in Little Rock reg istration for the coming schoo term got under way Friday o an allwhite basis Arkansas Gov Orval Faubus was the state legislature on standby alert for a possible emergenc session There has been specula tion the legislature might clos Central High to avoid anothe possible showdown like the on last year in which Presiden Eisenhower sent troops to enforc courtordered integration there In Norfolk Va Federal Distric Judge Walter E Hoffman told city attorney that if the Suprem Court permits a year dela in integration at Little Rock Central High he will not orde Norfolk schools integrated WASHINGTON1 Wi Republi can Rep Karl LeCompte retir ing when the present session Congress adjourns was praised on the House floor Friday night forhis20 yearsqf service from r Iowas4th District The 71yearold publisher of the Corydon Times Republican has been top Sepublician on the House Administration Commit tee and also high in Foreign Af fairs Committee ranks The eulogies were led by Rep Henry O Talle Iowas only Democratic con gressman Rep Menviri Goad also praised LeCompte I can speak with authority on behalf of the entire Democratic dele gation from the State of Iowa Goad said Other congressmen Demo crat and Republican alike de scribed the retiring iowari as a strong courageous kindly per son ready to take the stand but never hurting anyone and a man whoserved with great dis tinction Education Bill 1 Passes Sent to President WASHINGTON MVHouse pass ige sentto the Sat urday a 900 million dollar four yearprogram of federalaid to ed ucation with emphasis on space agescience The measure jvas passed by a 21285 roll call vote It provides 295 million dollars for student cans but omits competitive schol arships which the administration had urged House Pays Tribute to CANT DO JUSTICE TO THE JOB Most anyone with store teeth will tell you that theywork pretty after good try or he fourid the coti so delectable that well except when a golden succulentroastin ear drip he threw his jaw out of joint taking too large abite pmgwith comes their way Then its a fight for But then again he may just be oiit looking for aJtootli survivalThe owner of thesechompers either gaveup pick DETECTION SYSTEM TO GET WQRKQUT to OK 4Tesf Ban WASHINGTON American The bill also provides 300 mil1officials predicted Saturday Rus ion dollars in 5050 matching grants to the states for science caching equipment and other sums for expansion of graduate itudy development of foreign lan uage teaching and counseling of able young students The measure called the Nation al Defense Education Act of 1958 vas developed after Russia aunched her Sputniks last fall The Senate passed the bill 6615 Friday Congress moved along rapidly Saturday in the hopes of adjourn ing before nightfall The House was pretty well wrapped up but still had to act on various meas ures after the jammed Senate gets hrough with them Extension Granted on sia will accept President Eisen howers proposal to start negotia tions Oct 31 on a worldwide system to prevent sneak nuclear weapons tests Eisenhower offered Friday to suspend US nuclear tests for at least one year provided such ne gotiations got under way His only other condition was that Russia continue its 4Vz Injunction British Explode Nuclear Device From Balloon LONDON has ex ploded a nuclear device suspend ed from a balloon high over Christmas Island in the Pacific Ocean CHICAGO WV A The Ministry of Supply said the ixtension was announced Fridayjtest was made Friday The de in a federal court injunction barvice was described as low monthold halt in Soviet tests The Russians announced the halt after completing a test series IN A STATEMENT and a note to the Kremlin Eisenhower called for talks in New York under United Nations auspices Results would be reported through Secre tary General Dag Hammarskjold to the UN General Assembly and the Security Council In Russia radio Moscow and the Tass news agency reported Eisenhowers proposal without comment There was no comment from Soviet officials In Congress both Republicans and Democrats voiced praise for the offer But Rep Chet Hqlifield CD Calif objected strongly to a part of the Eisenhower statement that left the way open for resumption of tests unless among other things there was satisfactory progress toward disarmament was based primarily on results of a sevenweek Geneva meeting of scientists from the United States Russia and six other coun tries on both sides of the Iron Curtain The scientists agreed it was technically possible to create a worldwide system of inspection stations reportedly about 180 to make sure nobody cheated on any agreement to bannuclear tests Britain also offered to suspend its tests after a projected series is completed this fall and to par ticipate in detailed diplomatic talks to set up the monitoring system conceived by the scien tists at Geneva IT WAS LEARNED authorita tively that this behind the Eisenhowerproposal An end to nuclear tests is no disarmament measure in itself But it may provide an opening ripening and unless there were prospects of agreement on sucl disarmament measures as a cut off in nuclear production reduc tion in atomichydrogen stock piles and troop cutbacks The French government an nounced France would continu with planned atomic tests in a effort to become a nuclear powe despite any test ban agreemen by the United States Britain an Russia said the such a condition1 wedge to acnieve genuine dis Loveless to Ask for Daytime Speed Limit OMAHA W Gov Hersche Loveless says he will ask th Iowa Legislature to impose spee limits on all roads The governor said in an inter view Friday that he would as for a 50 hiiie an hour limit o One of Pair at Strike May Cause Huge Grtiih losses Th e strike of elevatorworkers which has shutrdown grainhandling plants here and at the major terminals on Lake Superior poses the threat of tremendous losses It means multimilUon dollar losses to the farmers and ship the Minneapolis Grain Commission Merchants Assn said in a special advisory Fri day night A complete embargo ongrain shipments established by railroads serving Duluthj Minn and Superior j Wis j where 2300 loaded cars already were at the docks Another 2000 awaited unload ing v With country elevators bulg ing fromrecprdharvesty there no farmers could grain Combine crews still were ranging fields in the vast Minnesotabakota wheat countryandcommission men said growers would have dump the grain on the and take a chance on the elements unless the walkout is ended soon Red Chinese yearned 6n New Mbyes WASHINGTON United States warned Red China Satur day against any move to seizeihe Juemoy ori Matsu islands It sait his could be a threat to the peace of the area Secretary of State Dulles issued he statement in the form of a let ter toChairman Thomas E Mor of the House Foreig Affairs Committee Morgan im mediately made it public Simultaneously dispatches from Formosa told how Red Chines poured more than 50000 shells o Quemoy and Little Quemoy in twohour bombardment Saturda Chinese Nationalistofficers sa this was five times heavier tha the previous biggest bombar ment of the Quemoys in June 195 The shelling stopped abruptly pm r Dulles said the United States disturbed by a Red military building near the offshore island held by ChiangKai Sheks Na tionalist government which th United States is pledged to sup port Dulles said he hopes and be lieves the Communists will not trj to take over the islands The1 United States is sworn b t ring railroad telegraphers from striking against the Chicago North Western Railway U S District Judge Joseph Per ry extended the injunction to next Thursday on his own volition Last Wednesday he enjoined the Order of Railroad Telegraphers from striking until he could hold a hearing on the dispute next Monday The strike was to have commenced last Thursday yield Thedevice was in the kiloton range a ministry spokesman that it was equiv alent to 1000 tons of TNT The spokesman would give no indication of the height of the bal loon The blast was the first in a new series of British experiments The series is not expected to be a long one US OFFICIALS said their ex pectation of Soviet acceptance ON HIS Court J E Whittaker chats with his wife during a train stop at Ogden Utah A petition to void a lower court ruling delaying integration at Little Rock Ark High School has been filed tfith him for action i armament Eisenhower said US tests might be resumed after one year unless a monitoring system was Belt of Showers Moves Over Iowa A lower pressure system touched off soaking rains in much of western Iowa Saturday as temperatures continued at au tumnlike levels Sioux City re ported 75 of an inch of moisture Correctionville 50 Kennebec 60 and Council Bluffs 10 The Weather Bureau said show er activity was due to move into eastern portions later Saturday as temperatures remain cool Sundays outlook calls for fair to partly cloudy skies and con tinued cool readings Gala Welcome Home Planned for Nautilus NEW YORK I3VParades on land and sea will be part of New York Citys threeday welcome next week to the atomic sub marine Nautilus first to cross the North Pole under water Waterspouting fireboats de stroyer escorts cutters and pri vate craft will great the Nautilus when she arrives at the Narrows Monday from Portland England Rear Adm Hyman G Rickover I known as the father of the nucle ar powered craft and President Eisenhowers personal repre sentative at the arrival ceremo nies will board the Nautilus from a tugboat a treaty with Nationalist China defend Taiwan Formosa and th jrura and secondary roads and aPcscadores Islands Whether th 70 mile limit on primary highderensi would include Quemo and Matsu is something that has never been clearly stated by the U S government General Injured in Helicopter Crash in Lebanon BEIRUT WJ arrying Maj A Gen helicopter Paul D Adams commander of Ameri can land forces in Lebanon crashed into the sea Saturday from an altitude of 800 feet but the general escaped with minor injuries The general and his pilot Maj Otto W Huebner Chicago swan 75 feet to shore Huebner was unhurt Adams was flying in his per sonal helicopter checking on the disposition of his command when a power failure sent the heli copter plunging into a rough sea five miles north of Beirut Military sources said Adams of Heflin Ala received minor in juries to his right hand back shoulders and nose and scratch es on the face Meantime a military spokes man said a rebel sniper shot an American soldier wounding him in the shoulder His condi tion is not regarded as serious The name of the wounded sol dier was withheld pending com pletion of a US military investi gation He is described as a 23 yearold private first class from Deoatur 111 2 Deputies Wire SIOUX prisoner ncluding two escape experts and arik robbers beat two Saturday and broke out of the Woodbury Bounty jail V TKree of ng one of bank rbb jers were recapturedinside the ouilding The second b a n k robber George Mills 26 Boston apparently elude of ficers searchingthe buildihg and made good his escape A room byroom ot the sevenfloor structure failed to turn up a trace of hini ij Authorities said the four ers jumped Deputy Sheriffi Charles La Scalla and Jerry Phelps as they entered their seventhfloor cell totake a er to visit his mother THEY SAID the two escape eie perts Darwin Coon 26 Sioux City and Mills attacked officers with seats they had ripped off intheir cell Mills and Cbohwho said they werf their way out the Ne vada prison Aug 11 tured early Thursday in the MILLS COON Wl JTL1111U1J ways Iowa now has only a night time speed limit of 60 miles an hour NEW DIPLOMAT Frank Wilcox 7foot student from Denver leans over ah open roof car to ask directions to the EastWest border in Berlin Ger many Carrying a 60pound pack and a guitar he plans to hitchhike across East Germany The Reds told him the trip was OK if he didnt give out with any US propaganda along the way robbery of the Corn Belt Stata Bank at nearby Correctionville La Scalla suffered a deep gash on his head and was hospitalized Phelps suffered a cut pnhis eye I saw La Scalla was so badly hurt I just gave themthe keyi Phelps said The four men bolted from the cell However three of them in cluding Coon were captured in the basement by Chief Deputy Sheriff Jerry Kammerer who was armed with an automatic shotgun THE OTHER TWO Edward C Wallack Chicago and Jerry B Silvey 20 Long Beach Calif were being held for interstate transport of a stolen car Mills eluded the first search of the old large building which authorities said had hundreds of npoks and cranies in which to hide A thorough toptobottom search of the building was ordered but authorities speculated Mills might have gotten away were ordered up in Iowa and tha neighboring areas of South Dako ta and Nebraska Coon and Mills were considered dangerous due to their record for jailbreak Before escaping from the Nevada state prison they es caped from the county jail at Las Vegas in a break in which a jailer was stabbed The Weather Mason City Mostly cloudy a few sprinkles and a little cool er Saturday night low in mid dle 50s Partly cloudy little warmer Sunday high mid70s Considerable cloudiness with scattered showers and thunderstorms east portion Sat urday night low 50s northwest to 60s southeast Partly cloudy Sunday Minnesota Showers cooler High Sunday 6575 GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Saturday Maximum 77 Minimum 55 At 8 a m 62 PLACES THIRD HERSHEY Pa UPi An Iowa farmer Virgil L Bender 46 of Prole placed third in the nation al level land plowing contest Fri day   

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