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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 5, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for HOME EDITION THI NfWSPAFIR THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10 WANS N E I G K I 0 R V VOL Associated Press ind Tailed fttu IntchuttoBal full 7e a Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 5 1951 ttu Paptr CouUU Two China Nationalists r Act ions St udent Strike oh Integration By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Court actions in Virginia and a group of white high school stu dents on strike in Arkansas held attention Friday on the Souths change after the Supreme Court in their boycott which started integration scene Federal judges in Virginia ruled against school at least for the cases at Norfolk and Alexandria Thurs day One judge though made it plain his ruling as subject to acts on the Little Rock case now pending before it A group of about 50 segrega tionist white students apparently suceeded Friday in keeping Ne groes put of integrated Van Buren High SchooLat Van Buren Ark BUT THEY FAILED in their boast that hundreds of other white students would join them Witness Says Unions DES Legislative investigators had in the record Friday testimony that Iowa labor unions raised in campaign funds in 1948 andspent half of it in support of the election of late Republican G o v William S Beardsley the money went to Beardsley himself said Leo Frenzel of Des Moines former labor union official who gave the testimony Thursday before th e Iowa Legislative Investigating Committee The committee has been prob ing state election practices with a viewof recommending changes in the Iowa law to the 1959 Legis lature THE GROUP heard testimony earlier that campaign funds in behalf of Democratic Gov Hers chel Loveless in 1956 included 500 in contributions from t h e Thursday One striker had said Thursday night Youll see very few white kids in there the school tomor Newsmen watching all three entrances to the 600pupil high school did not see any of the 13 Negro students arrive at class time 8 am Later reporters permitted inside the wostory red brick building ound only white students in the classrooms Faubus said he would investi gate the situation at Van Buren LITTLE ROCKS Central High School scene of violence last year wont open until Sept after the Supreme Court meets to hear the Little Rock School Boards plea for a delay in integration United Auto Workers Union in Detroit and from the Teamsters Union The committee was told that under present state law the hand ling of the campaign contribu tions required no report to the secretary of states office Frenzel testified that in 1948 some Iowa workers who had been voting Democratic changed to the Republican column to sup ort Beardsley who asa mem er of the House opposed the Teamster Lawyer Wants to Explain Loan Deal Role WASHINGTON tfl Teamsters lawyer George S Fitzgerald said Friday he can explain fully his role in a milliondollar union wel fare fund loan under fire in the Senate rackets hearings He expressed resentment tha the hearings were adjourned unti next Tuesday before he had a chance to reply as a witness tc testimony involving him The special investigating com mittee headed by Sen John L McClellan DArk heard testimo ny Thursday about a 195556 loa to a Detroit real estate promotio firm which allegedly has repai none of the debt and not aU the interest due The loan wa made from the Michigan Confer ence of Teamsters welfarefund CONVENTION PLANS SYRACUSE NY National University Extension A sociation will hold its 1959 con vention April 2629 at Syracus University right to law enacted by he Legislature in 1947 THIS LAW prohibited union and losed shop labor contracts Beardsley was nominated over ormer Gov Robert D Blue and elected to his first termin 1948 in the Arkansas cities of Fayetteville Bentonville Charleston arid Hoxie proceeded with integration without incident at schools in Great Mills Md Hopkinsville Ky and Win stonSalem NC racial barriers went down and there were no re ports of trouble AT ALEXANDRIA Va Federal Dist Judge Alber J Bryan au thorized Arlington County to open its schools Monday on a segre gated basis But he emphasized that his order does not nullify the right of 30 Negro pupils totransfer o white schools later if he finds they are entitled to such trans fers Bryan saidhe willmake his fi nal ruling after the Supreme Court Blockade by Reels Hurtiiig U S Gpnvoys Are Possibility ionalists said Friday the Comf munist blockade of Quempy is ightening and they soon m a y need help to keep their supply ines open Hear Adm LiuHoh tu chief Nationalist military spokesman refused to tell newsmen whether U S warshipsmightibe asked to escort supply convoys to the is lands just off the Communist mainland y 1 v There have been ni mor s that ship s of the U S Ttji V Fleet would so on start escort duty to the offshore islands DIEHARD FACISTS The old Fascist salute is used AP Photofax About 5000 persons made a pilgrimage to the grave again as a group of old Fascists and neoFascists pay on the anniversary of his reburial a year ago The body homageat the bust of Mussolini The bust is above the dictators grave in his home town of Predappio Italy was hidden in a monastery from the time he was killed by partisans at the end of World War II He was fatally injured in an auto ccident while serving his third erm in 1954 Leo Hoegh was elected to suc eed Beardsley that year Fren el told the investigating com nittee that in 1950 labor supported loegh in an unsuccessful cam aign for the Republican nomina ion for Congress in the 4th Dis rict The witness testified that ac counts of the labor campaign und in 1948 were audited by him self and Claude Davis a railway rotherhood official THE COMMITTEE was told that none of the 17500 contribut ed from Teamster Union funds to oack Loveless in 1956 could be spent in support of Adlai Steven son the Democratic candidate for President This testimony came from Jake More of Harlan former Demo cratic state chairman who said he was instructed not to use any of the money for Stevenson Loveless and More both have said the Governor did not keow about the union contributions rulerfin the Little Rock case The high court will hear arguments in the Little Rock case Sept n On another Virginia legal front Federal Dist Walter E Hoffman upheld the Norfolk School Boards action in rejecting eight Negroes applications for ad mission to a white school The board said even if admitted to the school the eight would be trans ferred to the new Negro school to be built in time for enrollment next September The judge agreed with the boardthatthis would in volve too many transfers for the best interests of the applicants THE EIGHT were among 134 Negroes whose applications for white schools were denied by the aoard at the same time it said it would assign 17 other Negroes to white schools But the status of those 17 is hazy now Gov J Lindsay Al mond issued a policy statement advising local school boards in volved in integration litigation to steer of assigning any Ne gro pupils to white schools No federal from the Supreme Court can require such an affirmative action of the local authority he said The Gov ernor added that Virginias Pupil Placement Act has stripped local boards of their assignment pow ers and given them to the central State Pupil Placement Board Asked if he meant the Norfolk board should reverse its stand and refuse to assign the 17 Negroes to white schools Almond replied Precisely that Elderly Iowa Man Killed by Truck Violence Flares at Ford Plant DETROIT UPI Violence broke out Friday at Ford Motor Companys plant in SanduskV Ohio while United Auto Workers President Walter P Reuthersat down at the bargaining table with General Motors negotiators in an attempt to iron out new contracts with the auto companies salaried em ploye was injured Friday morn ingwhen driving into the plant at Sandusky Some 200 pickets mill ing around the gate threw stones and overturned the mans car Police were sent to the plant at the request of management REUTHER ENTERED the bar gaining sessions at General Mo tors for the first time in three months and hinted he might ask for marathon bargaining negotia tions all weekend in order to talk to all three major companies But Chrysler negotiations broke The Weather Mason City Showers or thunder storms Friday with lowsin the lower 60s Saturday widely scat1 teied showers in the vicinity and turning cooler with highs in the low or mid 70s Iowa Widely scattered showers and cooler Friday night lows in the 60s Copier northwest Saturday a few showers southeast J and again Tuesday about Monday or Forecast Tempera tures will average nearnormal Saturday through Tuesday Normal highs 79 north to 8 south Normal lows 55 north to 59 south1 Warmer first of next Cooler about Tues Rainfall will average one half inch to one inch occur ring as scattered showers and thunderstorms early in period Minnesota Cloudy with r a in mixed with thunderstorms over state locally heavy south poir tion Friday night Gradually decreasing cloudiness Saturda with occasional light rain o dir st in forenoon Low Friday night 5363 High Situr day 6878f GIobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Friday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 79 59 64 09 70 41 Award 50 Pounds of Food for LifeSaving Dachshund are of iU guard Quempy bound convoys would send the ships Chinas new 12 sea limit The Peiping government has in dicateli it would regard such tion an invasion of its temtpry Lius remarks followed day s reported decision tpV help defend Quemby and Malsti against Communist invasion by bbmbing Red bases1 n the s ORLEANS upi ried coastal idwellersjbeganjpack ing up Frida i stor i lave ilatry re jettedRedo Chinas ed also backedPresU dent Eisenhowers official warn ing that U Si forces would help Eight f or offshore islands if they were vital to the ferise 6f Formosa giilf jwt win d s 70 miles nouns Av noon advisory from the Orleans putthe storm about 320 miles Coitus ChristiTex Awide Corpui Christi arid Galveston was put on THE STORM was to smack thecoast slightly north of Corpus Christi late Friday night or early Saturday with winds of about 70 miles an hour High tides appeared to be a greater danger than wind velocity up Friday morning and a com pany spokesman said they wont ae resumed until Monday Reuther planned on making a report to a public jury Tues day The UAW leader announced ear tier this week he will report on the auto negotiations next Tues day to panels of public officials and community leaders from key automotive centers in Michigan and Ohio next Tuesday THE UAW served notice on the industry Thursday that it has un til next Wednesday to make a fair offer toward reaching a new agreement If no proposal is forthcoming Reuther said the UAWs execu tive board will meet Wednesday CENTERVILLE James SAN PEDRO Calif saved our lives twice If she hadnt aroused us we wouldve died in bed Then we passed out and we wouldve died their on the floor if it hadnt been for her Katie is a dachshund and a brave one She won a medal and a citation for distinguished dog heroism Thursday for her courage the night she saved her owners Capt and Mrs Victor H Vogel from carbon monoxide poisoning A faulty flue on a new furnace sent fumes into the home here where the US public health offi cer and his wife were asleep last Dec 13 Katie somehow knew the odorless gas was filling the house she can sure use the rest of the award The award included 50 pounds of dog food TEEN TOWN OFFICERS elected officers of Teen Town Elmas youth organization are James Patter son president Myrna Conway vice president Sharon Beecher secretary Judy Friedhof cor responding secretary and report er and John Lentz treasurer A new storm was brewing meanwhile in the Caribbean 275 miles east of Immediate danger from Ellas wrath appeared to be from floods TIDES WILL continue rising along the Texas coast with four to five feet expected from Corpus Christi to Sabine Texas tonight the Weather Bureau said Three to four foot tides are expected along the Louisiana and lower Texas coast Ella threw fear into Cameron La residents who lived through Hurricane Audrey last year That hurricane killed more than 500 in the Cameron area theCommunists not to try seizing theV6ffshoreisland Huangs rer iriteniled i to Soyer coine earlier by a foreignministry Jspotesmah who said the United should have made a state ment ofits In v Moscow Pravda that the Communists iwould re taliate throughout East if vthe China coast is attacked but the kind of retaliation was not spelled out The importance of heQuemoy Robert Lamb 79 was killed late Thursday when struck by a truck near the edge of town or Iowa 2 The truck driver James Ed ward Olgetree 47 Dallas Tex told authorities he sounded his horn when the elderly man stepped onto the highway and that Lamb apparently became startled and darted in front the truck Lamb was here to set a strike deadline presum ably later this month UAW members have been work ing without contracts for three months A wave of wildcat strikes swept the industry during the period and at times threatened to cripple 1959 model changeover operations PRIEST KILLED NORTH SIOUX CITY S UPI The a retired miner I AP Photofax LEGION HEADS Preston J Moore left of Stili Okla weilds a big gavel after being elected na tional commander of the American Legion in the clos ing session of the Legions Chicago convention With him is John S Gleason Jr retiring national commander 17 S May Go in Red Billion in 1959 MADISON Wis et Director Maurice H Stans es timated Thursday night the gov ernment will run 12 billion dol lars in the red for fiscal 1959 He urged restraint in the size of ci vilian spending programs until mounting defense costs can be reduced Stans spoke at an Amer ican Bankers Assn seminar at the University of Wisconsin cartruck crash north WE HAD HER in a bedroom near ours because she had a new litter of eight puppies said Capt Vogel In the night she started making such a disturbance she woke us up and my wife went to see what was wrong My wife said she felt sick I jumped out of bed and caught her as she then I passed out too The next thing I knew Katie was jumping all over Mrs Vo gel and me licking our faces and nuzzling us I got up and managed to open a French door and we dragged ourselves outside Then as Vogel lay in a half faint on the lawn Mrs Vogel re membered the puppies She re entered the gasfilled home and brought thm safely out in a waste basket FIREMEN GAVE the vogels oxygen and they recovered So did Katie and her puppies Thurs day at fire headquarters Katie name Kandi Kate got her reward Qffimls of a dog food firm Simt BUck meant truffle death in M hflun gave their national dog bravery a ward to Katie She cant read citation said Vogel But AP Photofax SECOND NIGHT WINNERS Miss Connecticut Billie June Turner and Miss Indiana Anita Marie Hursh were the second preliminary winners in the Miss oMjiriwti uuti it WMV11 America Pageant Miss Turner was the winner in talent temporary Injunction islands to the Nationalists underlined by Lius that they have 100000 troops there This is far higher than previously believed IN REJECTING Chi nese sea border the Nationalist Foreign Ministry claimed the Chiang Kaishek regime the only government that can lawfully speak for China The Nationalist defense head quarters reported that up to early afternoon only 60 Red shells had landed on the offshore islands The previous day only 144 were reported This was the quietest periol since the Reds triggered the new est Formosa Strait crisis by loos ing a 58000shell bombardment on Quemoy and the neighboring Tan islets Aug 23 AMERICAN NEWSMEN back from a visit to Quemoy saiddam age from the twoweeks of shell ing was remarkably slight Most of the Red gunfire has been di rected at the shoreline and air field where hits cause little dam age and can be easily repaired they reported Vice Adm Wallace M Beak ley commander ofthe 7th Fleet made an unscheduled arrival at Keelung and hastened to Taipei to confer with American and Na tionalist leaders Railroad Strike Arguments Heard CHICAGO UPI A dispute between the Chicago and North Western Railway and the telegra phers union came to court again I Friday with hearing of final argu ments on the roads plea for a permanent no strike injunction The union has threatened a strike over elimination of 123 one raas station jobs in Dakota with a ballet dance and Miss Hursh won the swim suit division i against the walkout expires at midnight Saturday   

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