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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 1, 1958, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited tot T H I NEWSFAPIK THAT K I S ALL NORTH IOW AN S N I I G H I 0 R VOL H AwocUtod FMM Md Uiftrt PMM MemaOoul Copr MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY SEPTEMBER 1 IMS ED FACTOR WAYNE ROBERTS HARRY BAAGO ED KELLY Photos and Layout by CLIFFORDS AVIS One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO 11XOO pm Sundij WOI Ames CBIO pm Tuesday WTAD Qulncy 930 pm Thursday WSUI City 910 pm Education Is a High Calling IF I were not a newspaper nian I think Id like most to be a teacher This is a confession I made not long ago in the course or a talk to ah audience of teachers from 1 a half dozen states gathered for a workshop at our state uni versity I went on to admit that I had no idea what kind of teach er Id make Probably not wery jjood I suggested For one thing I explained Id be short which has always seemed to me tobe oneof the primeiattributes for effective teaching know I wouldnt be smart enough to teach And why do I have this high regard for teaching Well it stems from my deeplyfelt and oftexpressed conviction that edu cation is the one most important business in our world today If our world is to be saved and Im definitely optimistic on this point its going to be through education There can be effective educa tion only if there are good teach crs and good teaching Teaching is productive in about the de gree that the teacher can inspire in pupils a desire even a pas sion learn About the most complimentary thing that can be said with respect to a newspaper is that its a part of the total PRESIDENT URGES NEW CONTROLS Nation Honors Working Force Pleas Renewed to Remove Hoodlum Elements BT THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The nation paid its annual re spects to the US working man Monday But much of the Labor Day tribute was coupled with renewed pleas for action to oust hoodlums and racketeering un ion leaders from the labor movement Congress also was rebuked for rejecting legislation aimed at curbing shady tactics under scored by the Senate Rackets Committee in its investigation of labormanagement relations At the same time Congress got a new invitation from Presi dent Eisenhower to get busy at its next session and enact laws to halt such abuses Eisenhower vacationing at Newport RI said ina Labor Day message The members of employer and employe organizations have the right to demand from their leaders a administrators complete h o nest y integrity trustworthiness and loyalty The President didnt specifi cally mention the labor control proposal he recommended to the recentlyadjourned 85th Con gress But in urging guarantees to protect the nations working men and women from improper labor management practices Eisenhowers statement was plainly an invitation to Con gress to pass legislation along those lines Secretary of Labor James Mitchell said he deeply regret ted that Congress didnt act this year to curb racketeering and dictatorship in labor unions I have every hope that the succeeding Congress will to do so Mitchell said in a statement Until such help is available however labors own efforts must In Detroit Walter Reuther blamed the defeat of a labor controlbill on an unholy al liance of big business reaction ary antilabor politicians and a few corrupt labor leaders AFLCIO President George Meany touched on a different problem in his Labor Day state ment Attacking racial segrega tion in schools Meany said school poses an artificial barrier to our na tions progress in education Nationalists Shell Red Mainland educational picture land in our fair FOR ABOUT AS LONG as I can remember Ive been con tending that if newspapers will help light them the people of our American represent TAfPEI Formosa UP The Chinese Nationalists claimed Monday their big guns on Quemoy sank three Red gunboats and eight motorized junks in an all night barrage in the Amoy Bay aeraThe Nationalists said five other Communist gunboats were damaged The Reds meanwhile eased up once more on their shelling of Na tionalist offshore islands But the United States and Russia kept up a barrage of warnings WITH THEIR NEW artillery attack in its 10th day the Red guns around Amoy fired only 366 shells at the Quemoy Islands be tween midnight and 2 pm This was a far cry from the record 41000 rounds Aug 23 The latest American word salvo came from Army Secretary Wil The Weather Iowa Partly cjoudy Monday night low 5565 Tuesday clolidy withshowers northwest tem peratures to 80s west and south FiveDay Iowa Temperatures will average 3 to 6 degrees be low normal Monday night through Saturday i N o r m a 1 highs are 8184 and normal lows 5659 It will be warmer Mon day night turn cooler by Wed nesday and warm up somewhat again Friday and Saturday Tuesday or Wednesday and again about Saturday will bring amounts averaging to Vz inch GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Monday Power Research Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 66 45 53 trace 90 66 ative democracy will find their way Given the truth our public is quite capable of making its own interpretation generally speaking To say unqualifiedly that edu cation is mankinds one most im portant business is I concede to indulge in a pretty sweeping statement But let me make it doubly clear that I am not resort ing to pretty talk in this I am rot exaggerating I mean what I say literally This was my feeling before completed a 40000 mile odyssey into the far places of our world iast year And I was fortified in my belief by what I saw heard and sensed in 31 different lands which incidentally boosted my ber Brucker who told a news conference in Taipei recent state ments by President Eisenhower and Secretary of State Dulles were a definite warning He said they spoke for the people of the United States and the Commu nists should not take their words lightly EISENHOWER so far has com mitted the United States 7th Fleet to defend the offshore is lands only if an attempt to take them appears to him to be a di rect threat at Formosa itself But he said last week that Que moy and Matsu Islands were Peace Again Reigns in Auto Industry DETROIT Labor Day Mon day found almost complete peace in the auto industry Most of its wildcat strikes were settled Contract negotiations between the UAW and the industry thus could resume Tuesday without a strike in the picture for the first time in weeks At one fime last week more than 13000 men were idle in walkouts Most of the strikes were over company call GENEVA president of the world atomsforpeace con ference said Monday he believes Russia is ready to join with the West in a complete removal of secrecy from efforts to harness the Hbomb for power Prof Francis Perrin after opening a twoweek conclave of 5000 delegates from 66 nations declared the Soviets have proved that they are quite willing to make available the work they have done hi this field BRITAIN and the United States on the eve of the conference mally announced the declassifica tion of all their research to achieve a controlled thermonu clear reaction President Eisenhower Premier Nikita Krushchev of Russia Pre mier Charles de Gaulle of France Prime Minister Jawaharlal Neh ru of India and Prime Minister Harold Macmillan of Britain sent Gov Faubus Statement Forced Courts Power Questioned LITTLE ROCK Ark Orval Faubus declared Sunday that his statementthat the 1954 Supreme Court integration ruling is the law of the land was forced from him by the White House He said Presidential Assistant Sherman Adams and RepBrooks Hays DArk demanded he make the acknowledgement be fore the House would con sent to a conference on Arkan sas integration crisis Because I said it didnt make it so the governor said in a na tionwide television interview THE CONFERENCE at New port RI was held m an atmo sphere of tension and bitterness andnothing useful came from it At President Eisenhowers va cation headquarters at Newport RI press secretary James C Hagerty declined comment on Faubus contention his 1957 state ment was forced from him by the White House The Governor further asserted Interference Britain Charge that the laws of the land are acts of Congress and not neces sarily decisions of the US Su preme Court He said Congress has not acted onthe school integrationsegrega tion controversy therefore it is not a law of the land He quoted a 1957 federal circuit court deci sion said AP Photofax NEW FISHING LIMITS Heavy black line marks the new 12mile fishing limit as compared with the 4mile limit which previously existed off Iceland Brit ain contends Iceland has no right to extend the no fishing line and efforts to solve the dispute within the framework of the North Atlantic Treaty Organiza tion of which both are members have failed Icelands Fish Law Ignored Gunboats in Show of Force REYKJAVIK Iceland Ml Iceland charged Monday a British warship forcefully interferedwith the arrestofA Bnfaslutrawler vio lating thiscountrys limit L A Coast statement Sis tributed by the icelandiclFolreign Mmistery said E a r 1 y morning a I Coast Guard against trawlers violating the 12mile lim it but one British warship used force m preventing the Coast Guard vessel from approaching the guilty trawler The frigate Palliser sailed full steam with guns manned between the Coastguard vessel and the offending trawler thus preventing approach to the trawler congratulatory messages on the opening of the conference KHRUSHCHEV said now that we are coming closer to an agreement to use less energy for weapons progress in the peace time field may be faster Eisen hower and Macmillan praised the conference as evidence of a will on another matter which a particular ruling was not the law of the case under con sideration nor the law of the land Asked if he believed a governor must accept and support a fed eral court ruling Faubus replied ABRAHAM LINCOLN disa greed with the DredScott Case There are many people in the United States and Arkansas who irmly believe the Supreme Court lad no authority for its 1954 de ision The Little Rock School Board meanwhile found itself between wo great pressures One is to open Central High School Sept 8 To do so would back policies on laidoff workers jingness of nationsto cooperate more important to the defense of Formosa than they were three years ago and Dulles said an at tack on the islands would be a alltime travel box nations visited This observation score to 60 about the general threat Far East to peace in the Hurricane Ella Threatens to Smash Jamaica Cuba permit the board to enforce seg regation under current federal court orders The other is to delay opening until Sept the date the S S u p r e m Court the school toll open The court can not rule until FAUBUS Lake Mills Mart Added 1 to Iowa Highway Toll Iowas Labor Day weekend highway fatality list climbed to seven Monday A total of 10 before the long holiday period closes was predicted earlier The latest victim was Nels Lockren 65 Lake Mills Authorities said Lockren was struck by a car when walking the highway at the inter section of U S 69 and the towns Road Deaths in Nation Climb Rapidly BT THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The count of Americas Labor Day holiday traffic deaths Mon GUARD said ther have7 been no further incidents but the names of all British trawlers inside the 12mile limit have been recorded and their cases will be handledas Iceland usually imposes heavy fines against the captains of travj lers violating territorial waters Iceland also confiscates all fish on the trawler plus its fishing gear Earlier Reykjavik radio report ed the Palliser had a1 close call day clocked faster than safety engineers had predicted Millions of motorists jammed primacy of education sometimes brings this penetrating query But whatabout religion MY REPLY to that one is that religion when not backed up with a reasonable background of edu cation is likely to be little more than superstition which alas is precisely what religion is in some places What abcm producing food to fill or even half fill the hnllies of our backward nations Will education do thai some may ask And my answer to this question Is that its more than a coinci dence that hunger and starvation go hand in hand with illiteracy Conversely nations the high est standard of Western Enmne and the Englishspeaking CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 The 7th Fleet already has been beefed up with two more large carriers and several smaller ves sels A squadron of FlOO Super Sabre jets already is on its way from the U S to Formosa and another squadron is being readied SAN JUAN Puerto Rico Hurricane EUa scraped the Do minican Republic and Haiti Mon day and threatened to lash Ja maica and southeastern Cuba in for transfer from Langley AFB eluding the big US Navy base here The storm was packing winds of IF miles an hour when located his morning in the Caribbean Sea about 85 miles southwest of PortAuPrince the Haitian capi tal The hurricane was reported highways in summers last long main street The accident happened Friday night and Lockren died in a hos pital Sunday night Driver of the car was Jerry Glenn Dahl 17 also of Lake Mills Another Iowa victim Sunday was Frances Leonora Coltman 53 Independence fatally injured in a twocar collision northwest of Independence She was killed when tall corn at a rural intersec tion obscured the view of both drivers Another Sunday death was that with said two Icelandic a clash was II avoided be of Richard Gibson son of about 700 miles from the southern tip of Florida The Weather Bureau said indi cations were that the storm will pass between Jamaica and Cuba by Tuesday The storm Sept 11 on whether the Little Rock schools may have as much as years to resume integration or whether they must integrate immediately School board members may de cide Tuesday when to open GOV FAUBUS sat tight On a sheaf of segregation measures passed by the legislature last week in a special session He has not signed them since they cannot be attacked in the courts until he affixes his signa ture He plans to use them stra tegically as he needs them to Mr and Mrs John Gibson Vero Beach Calif He died in juries received in a twocar crash on Highway 30 in Ames The four other victims of the was moving west weekend and traffic deaths aver aged 10 per hour from 3 pm Sunday to 1 am Monday Earl ier the trend appeared averaging below the estimate 420 deaths for the 78hour holiday period which started at 6 pm Friday and ends at midnight Monday AT 10 AM Monday the total Stood at 434This included 304 traffic deaths 67 drownings and 63 from miscellaneous causes The National Safety Council which had predicted the toll ex pressed concern at the sharp up turn in motor vehicle deaths dur1941 jalopy to a junk yard at near cause the Icelandic boats with orders not to shoot steamed away from the scene Otherwise things were peace ful Britain has told her fishing trawlers to ignore Icelands new fishing ban at midnight Britain has 60 trawlers in the no fishing zone under escort of gun boats US Muccio stressed to Foreign Min ister Gudmunder Gudmundssoa and to British AmbassadorAn drew Gilchrist how seriously thfe United States views the dispute Muccio repeated the State De partments call for moderation and offered suggestions how inci dents could be avoided holiday weekend were killed Sat urday Car Doesnt Make It to Junkyard Masdan 35 Algona Sunday decided to sell his ing the late afternoon and night If the rate continued the coisn counter any measures by the fedcil said thc total surpaS5 era government to entorce mteJts prphnliday estimate of 420 JThe council said such a toll would northwest at about 17 miles anjgration hour If it maintains that course The chief one calls for him jiit could lash the entire souUiernclose any school facing iordbleilhal occur on a weekend in which Mcoast of Cuba then hinge out miointegration He then could j nrt more than the 350 SAME riajr meant traffic icst is s S4 the Gulf of Mexico The Weather Bureau said Ella expected lo stay on its west northwest course and to maintain nr56Bt iilhe next 12 hours the school to a private corpora lion which presumably would be by West Bend Enroule to the yard the car caught fire and Masdan drove it In London Prime Minister Mac Millan said the dispute might handed to the UNGeneral As sembly when it opens Sept 16 Iceland claims it must keep trawlers 12 miles offshore to pre vent destructionof its fishing grounds and its national economy which depends mostly on fishing There was a report that Soviet submarines shadowing the British trawlers but the Admiral ty in London said it wasnt trou bled by that A spokesman said caugnt tire ana uasaan arove Russians probably were dn a into a ditch He was able to stnpjtraining missioir in Iceland out a lew oads ana enas fire consumed the vehicle and vihe Russian Irines certainly are breaking no Tie then uoliEted the Jugrtway pasjaw jf they are ihere trol who commended him for id riving the burning car off thej THE HEAVIEST traffic of andavoiding a trafficj CONCLAV5 outside the Supreme Court dcacgithreeday holiday periodwas Siiiljjavn But a jam earnc relation order The state for pay iuiiion for ivatc corporation to wouidjto millions of niolocjwhen hundreds of curiou ihe priUsls homeward bound during thejseers stopped their cnrs afternoon snd evening Mhigbway to view the fire anyway CHICAGO UP A big pa 5 sighllradc ilcsday ofiiciaiiy kicked a convention
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