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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 27, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The Newspaper That Makts All North lowans Neighbors HOME EDITION VOL Aisoclated Prew ud United Pntt Full LCM Wlrei MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY APRIL 27 7e a Copy Piper ot m One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO WO I Cueidiv A Start Had to Be Made QNE CANT LOOK at the si uation nationally and mak an honest report that things ar going well in the field of rac relations School desegregation is pretty much on dead center there has been a rash of schoo and synagog bombings hate mongers are in full cry On the basis of the evidence at hand its pretty bard to re but the oftrepeated claims by segregationists that the things of which I speak were made in evitable when our courts anc our government began butting in on what had come to be re garded as state and local af fairs A corollary to this point of view is that we wouldnt have had all this trouble if we had just let nature take its course let well enough alone as it were What weve tried to ac complish by forced draft and overnight should havebeen al lowed to come to pass through gradual evolution the story runs I I am ready to concede that the manifestations of violence and hate to which I have re ferred have been produced by the historic opinion by the U S Supreme Court just five years agti But I will not concede that the objectives of equality under the law implicit in that decision would be reached in fifty or five hundred years by gradual evo lution FOUND ON IOWA Gl Loots Foster Parents Home NEWTON UPI A 19yearold Newton soldier was charged with breaking and entering here Monday after police charged he looted his foster parents farm of Sunday Justice of the Peace Dorman Hundling set bond for Ger old Hummel at and the boy was taken to jail here Hummel the foster son of Mr and Mrs Fred Hummel rural Newton was arrested in Indianola Sunday charged theboy with taking from a lockbox which was hidden in the cedar chest in the Hummel home Jasper County Sheriff Ray Gaylor said young Hummel was on a weekend pass from Fort Leonard Wood and was due back there at 6 Monday His parents said they did not know he was home The Hummels discovered the breakin and robbery when they returned from morning church services A window broken to gain entry and the house was ransacked Authorities said they found young Hummers car parked in Newton with a radio inside taken from the Hummel home Investigation revealed young Hummel had purchased a motor cycle from another youth Sunday afternoon for and an other youth Itad been given by the soldier After a statcwido alarm had been made Highway Patrol man Richard Hcndrickson found lie motorcycle abandoned on a road just cast of here after it had broken down Patrolman Dean Yeager then found that a youth answer ing Hummels description had changed two bills in Indian ola Officers then arrested young Hummel at the motel and said they found in cash in his room PLEASANT SIDE OF al Guardsman Carl Jennings in for duty patrolling the strikebound eastern Kentucky coal fields reverts to AP Pholofax the old GI method of passing the talkingto the local girls Some troops were called out following a series of dynamitings and violence THE INSTITUTION OF SLAV ery came to America some three hundred years ago A war was fought between the states almost a century ago to blot out slav ery and give Negroes the statu of human beings If anything very significant in the fulfill ment of that promise was going to come about by evolution mos assuredly it has had ample time to do so One whobelieves really believes in the founding fathers pledge of freedom and equality of opportunity for all is almost forced to recognize that the same ferment which grew out of the 1954 decision of the U S Supreme Court would have resulted if that decision had been postponed until th year 2054 Inshort those with a veste interest in status quo now woulc be even further entrenched in that vested interest with further passage of years Or so it seems to me Now lets take a look at the national scene and see just wha Redistrict Bill Still Considered DES MOINES Legisla tive leaders predicted Monda the adoption of a reapportion ment plan this week This would be the first step in amending the Constitution to give recognition population trends to changing As a consti tutional amendment the plan would have to have the approva has been happening in recen months and perhaps most sig nificant is the fact that in the courts of law especially federal courts 1958 saw a continuing advancement of legal equality as among the races In nearly every attempt to evade accept ance of recognized law the courts have stood in the path This was true in Arkansas and it was true in Virginia where the term massive was spawned Another fact on the optimistic side is that 1958 brought no of another legislative session and of the people ac election As the two houses reconvened Monday it was expected that a committee would be gin work on a compromise plan which seems to have enough strength to be adopted CLARK M c N E A L RBel House majority leader said that caucus discussions in dicated that more than 30 of the 60 House Republicans would be willing to accept the plan if the conference committee offers it Scott Swisher DIowa City House minority leader said he thought virtually all of the 48 Mason City Occasional rain or drizzle Monday night low near 40 Considerable cloudi ness and a little warmer Tues day high 5055 Iowa Cloudy scattered shower and thunderstorms south oc casional rain or drizzle north Locally warmer Highs Mon day 50 to 56 east to 56 to 6 west Low Monday night 4 to 52 south Decreasing clouc iness and a little warme Tuesday with occasiona showers east Iowa fiveday Temperatures Monday night through Satur day willaverage 2 to 5 de grees above normal Nor mal highs are 64 north to 6G south Normal lows are 40 north to 44 south Warmer Tuesday Cooler Thursday or Friday Precipitation will av erage 25 to 75 of an inch in scattered showers and thun derstorms Monday night and Tuesday forenoon about Friday and again iouse Democrats would follow their caucus decision for the plan if they have the chance to vote for it Under the pro posal the Senate would be on an rea basis with some weight iven to population One senator vould be chosen from each of 3 election districts Each of the even most populous counties would be an election district en titled to one senator each The Minnesota Showers warmer Highs Tuesday 5060 GlobeGazette Weather Data Over Reply by Nikitd WASHINGTON dent Eisenhower and Secretary of State Christian A Herter ex pressed disappointment Monday that Soviet Premier Nikita S Khrushchev has balked at going along Mith the firststep proposal for limiting nuclear Shaochi Elevated in China May Be Maos HeirApparent TOKYO ff Liu Shaochi hatchetfaced theoretician of the Communist party moved up Monday to the presidency of Red China Pciping radio called him a leader second only to Mao Chou EnLai was renamed premier Mao relinquished the presi dency to freu himself for his more important duties as chair man of the Chinese Communist party Choice of Liu a 61year old Hunanese strengthened his position as Maos heirapparent PEIPING RADIO indicated however that Liu was not un opposed early this monthwhen the party com mand chose him to be chairman or president of tests Eisenhower and Herter dis SHAOCHI the r n m e n t whic under Ma had been largely cere monial post It said that he had the sup port of a large Network Hitby Stri ke cussed the rejection during the weekend and conferred again this morning on Khrushchevs refusal to accept the program proposed by Eisenhower in a etter of April 13 The Soviet eader turned down the proposal n a letter received Saturday segment of party suggesting the choice was not unanimous Mme Sun Yatsen widow of the founder of republican China and veteran revolutionary Tung Piwu were named vice chair men succeeding Marshal Chu Teh who had held the job alone Chu old crony of Mao and for mer warlord governor of Yun nan province had been expected AP Photofax HOSPITAL BOUND Most patients are driven to the hospital but heres a famous one who flew all by himself Arthur Godfrey 55 steps from his plane in New York after arriving from his farm in entered Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center for removal of a chest tumor Ihe tumor he said felt as if he a piece of steak that hadnt been Surgery will be Thursdajr Engineers in Protest Herter leaves later Monday to succeed Mao in the prcsi t Idencv Tnstpar thp 7Vfnrnlrl up to 8 Monday Maximum 53 Minimum 40 At 8 40 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Sunday Maximum 56 Minimum 40 Precipitation none other 92 c o u nt i e s would be formed into two county election districts each entitled to Showers Likely lynchings In past years Tuske gee Institute would have as many as a dozen ora score of such mob killings to report but its report this year contains no mention of this particular forrrt of violence Next years report will of course have something to say about current happenings weight for county representaiWas due to give way later in the senator THE HOUSE would consist ofj 135 representatives chosen at Poplarville jtion sometimes called This is not to say Each of the 53 election Higher Mercury The light drizzle which fell in 3 with of Iowa Monday morning resentajwas due to give way later in the dy and at night to heavier rain on j or the Western foreign minis ersconference opening in Pari Vednesday Because of the firm Soviet re usal to relinquish the right of etoing an inspection system in n international ban on nuclear esling Eisenhower proposed in is April 13 letter that a step tatime plan be put into ef ect As a first step Eisenhower suggested a ban on easily de tected atmospheric explosions up to an altitude of 30 miles Khrushchev turned down the Eisenhower proposal and said he wanted instead a complete test ban TwoMonth Search for lowan Ended MINNEAPOLIS two month search has ended for a Perry Iowa Bible college stu dent who disappeared in Feb ruary The body of Robert Fas tie 19 was found Sunday by wo 14yearold boys in a clump dency Instead 72yearold marshal got Lius old job as chairman of the importan Standing Committee of the Na tional Peoples Congress the Red Chinese parliament Abduction of Negro Opened Flood Gates of Hofe Judge Says POPLARVILLE Miss A Circuit Court judge said Monday the kidnaping of a Negro prisoner charged with attack ng a pregnant white woman has opened the flood gates of hate and hell on the people of Mississippi Judge Sebe Dale was to have presided at Mondays sched uled trial of Mack Charles Parker 23yearold trick driver dragged from his cell at the Pearl River County Jail early Sat urday gave up the remains Red THOUGH MAO presidency he Chinas undisputed boss as chairman of the Communist Jentral Committee He undoubt edly personally chose Liu for he presidency in an apparent effort to groom him for the eadership of the partyj where already holds the No 2J Pros Atty William Stewart asked for a continuance of the because we have no de Tibetan Refugees Pouring Info India NEW DELHI WVPrime Min ister Nehru told Parliament Monday that thousands of Ti Parker and were subjects his abductors of a twostate position The party leaderships choices vcre put befor the Peoples ongress Monday The nomina ions were unopposed and the 157member Congress w e n I through the formality of voting I ertan refugees India since the have entered Dalai Lama fled the Communist Chinese He said India has granted asyium to some thousands who en tered the country near Tezpur af weeds along the River in Weather Bureau said the Police said Hasties Minnesota suburb left hand that we have been free of terjtricts would elect as many rep1showers might persist into Tuesjwas shot roristic activities Its just thatiresentatives entitled to by thejday morning in the east but they took a different form Thcrejpopulation factor They could will be warmer have been bombings of churchelect one representative for each Monday mornings tempera es schools and with 110th of the states populationjtures were from 37 degrees a heavy property damage in two which the district contained Dubuque to 43 at Burlington or three instances j But at the beginning of readings Sunday ranged iplan each two county 49 at Dubuque to 61 at would be entitled to two repreisioux City and temperatures senlatives so that no countyiwerc due to be about the same would be deprived of a THE DYNAMITING of schools and of synagogs in the South has gone hand in hand with an increasing flow of anti Negro and antiJewish litera ture A direct connection be tween perpetrators of the bomb ing outrages and purveyors of the hate publications undoubted ly exists The bombing of a temple in Atlanta last October caused damage In the same week a high school at Clinton CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 sentative by the new plan This area weighting would add about 25 representatives to the House So that counties with shrink ing population could not retain j this representation a f allout i The outlook for Tuesday morn ing is for temperatures of 42 to 52 degrees BUSINESS DES MOINES ST PAUL saving time remains in effect in several Minnesota counties and cities Monday after Sun BOOMS days meeting with Atty Iowa deal Gen Miles Lord and county attorneys Lord says the court order from Chief Supreme Court Justice Roger Dell does not would lose its right to elect a last year it was revealed Monj direct the counties to rescind House member jday any action already taken in iers in new motor vehicles and clause would be added If anytraiers increascd their business county fell below a certain per Mast month by more than mil cent of the states population itjlion over the total for March of trigger right hand was on and accepted a hundred who fJed to the Indian protectorate slfte of Bhutan Nehru said the uprising had loosed passions in both India and Red China that cannot but worsen relations with our northern American Satellite in Death Plunge WASHINGTON cas Discoverer II sateliitc has search led by special teams of FBI agents A fair trial has been denied ihis Judge Dale said I ibelieve that had he been tried jthe recorcl would have brought a kinder feeling toward the peo ple of I DO NOT KNOW now what to Dale said Mississippi had becn sinned against he said by the action of the raiders in dragging Parker from his jail cell About were on 50 or 60 hand when NEW YORK personnel got the National Broadcasting network back on the air Monday after a sud den strike by television engi neers disrupted operations Sydney Eigcs NBC vice pres dent said normal program ming resumed at 8 However as Eiges made his announcement the striking un on the National Assn of Broadcast Employes and Tech nicians said the stoppage by its members had spread to a complete national vith Washington Chicago Los Angeles Philadelphia and San irrancisco involved Tyler Byrne director of net work affairs for the union said the writers producers and newsmen belong to AFL CIO affiliate in cities outside New York THE SHUTDOWN when engineers refused to air the Today program because it had been prerecorded by nonunion workers abroad Byrne said broadcasters have een rapidly increasing use of ideo tapein nd personnel a r e hired verseas at rates completely ubstandard to rates in the United We fear this will cause a se ere reduction in the people em loycd in these fields in the United be added This we cannot and will not We charge NBC with being in direct violation of our con tract with them as it applies to video tape jurisdiction We are refusing to condone the run away shop approach by the American networks in originat ing program service in over seas locations and consequent ly employing people at what we term coolierate he said PICKETS PATROLLED entrances to the RCA building in Rockefeller Center where NBC has its headquarters The picket signs complained of a The main effect was felt on the television network although radio network engineers in a sympathy move prevented broadcast of several morning news roundups ist minister intoned a prayer open the Circuit Courts term Three Negroes huddled in the ialcony and lawmen and re porters jammed the first floor Cancer Treatments spectators a Method OH Dulles Stopped WASHINGTON OR Xray treatments to ease the cancer pain of former Secretary of State John Foster Dulles have been stopped with no significant plunged back into the earths at mosphcre and presumably burned up from friction after two weeks in orbit the Defense SAME 178 Department said early Monday DALE WORE a btuc suit with a red pocket handkerchief and a red tie the trademarks of the late Sen T G Bilbo Mississip MINNESOTA GRIPPED BY Confusing Time Situation switching to fast lime Nor are the counties defying the court order by staying on day light saving time Thus Hennepin Ramsey Anoka and other area coun ties remain on fast time as do the cities of Rochester Du luth and New Prague Lord Is trying for a special hearing on the matter before the high court Things are just as confused at thecapitol as they are in other areas Legislative and supreme court clocks were on central time other clocks on daylight time The University of Minne community of or on central time though surrounded by well over a million followers daylight saving time of pis apostle of white supremacy Bilbo called Poplarville home and lies buried just south of town The search for Parker anc the kidnapers continuec through southern Mississipp and eastern Louisiana statement by the chief of the Mississippi Highway P a t r o 1 Wiliiam Hood of Jackson showed hope had vanished oi finding the rapist alive We are here until lead is exhausted and improvement as yet the State Department reported Monday The former secretary started receiving Xray treatments on the lower part of his neck at the hospital April 14 Doctors attributed pain Dulles was hav accused Negro every every clue run Hood said We are making the search for the body as well as for the perpe trators of this CHURCH BURNS BOYDEN Wi The Presby lerian Church was destroyed by fire here early Monday mg to a tumor in vertebrae possible malignant the lower cervical A bulletin announc ing an end to the Xrays after nine treatments said Dulles is receiving appropriate analgesics Sanborn Boy Dies in Freak Mishap SANBORN WVTerry Borden about 10 years old was stran gled Saturday when he fell hrough the roof of a box ca while apparently playing in the ailroad yards His neck caught an obstruction He was the son of Mr and Mrs Tom Borden of Sanborn His father is a school teacher here   

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