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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 3, 1957, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Homa MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LXIII Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY OCTOBER 3 1957 This Paper Consists of Four Ono No 307 Mistaken Man Doing Disservice Eisenhower Describes Faubus WASHINGTON w President Eisenhower described Gov Orval Faubus of Arkansas Thursday as a mistaken man doing a disservice to his city and state The President also said he sees two avenues hope for pulling troops out of Little Rock In response to news conference questions Eisenhower said two different situations could justify withdrawal of the troops now being used to enforce racial integration at Little Rocks Central High 1 The giving of unequivocal assurances that the U S District Court integration order will not be obstructed and that peace and order will be maintained 2 An actual factual development of peaceful conditions to the extent that local police could control the situation Eisenhower noted further that a committee of four Southern governors still is seeking a solution The integrationtroops issue was the dominating subject at the Presidents news conference Only now and then did questions and answers diverge to other subjects One reporter asked whether Eisenhower feels that Faubus really wants to put an end to the problem in Little Rock The President said he wouldnt want to answer that as he never tries to interpret wiolives of persons with whom he dis agrees He said he simply believes that Faubus is mistaken in what he is doing and is doing a disservice to his city and his state Eisenhower declined to go beyond the Little Rock crisis to say whether his public pledges to support all measures neces sary to uphold the courts meant that he would use troops to en force integration elsewhere He said he didnt want to get into hypothetical questions and that each case is different But Eisenhower said court decisions must be sustained or this is not America He also said that no one deplores use of troops more than he does This Eisenhower said is not really American except as it becomes necessary in the support of institutions vital to this country The courts Eisenhower said are not here just to enforce inte gration He said they are the bulwark the shield against auto cratic government If they can be defied in one respect he went on they can in all others and the result would be chaos or anarchy It was 15 minutes before the 30minule news conference got around to any other topic Then it covered such subjects as TEAMSTERS Eisenhower said federal agencies were alerted long ago to corruption which has been revealed in the union He said this was with a view to seeing whether any action could be taken beyond legislative steps already proposed He spoke in response to a question as to whether the admin istration is planning any action as a result of widespread corrup tion in American life particularly involving Teamsters and the trucking industry Mickey Is Out of Race Vote Delayed Until Friday MIAMI BEACH Fla UPiThom as L Hickey New York Thurs day withdrew as a candidate for the Teamsters Union presidency in favor of William A Lee Chi cago There were indications too that Thomas Haggerty also oi Chicago might pull out to leave Lee as the sole opponent of James R Hoffa leading contender for the unions presidency Hoffa appeared a sure winner was injured Sept 25 in an auto Eisenhower said he didnt know whether officials in the Justice and Labor Departments have anything to propose yet or not SYRIA The situation in that troubled nation where Com munists have been making inroads seems to be solidifying to some extent the President said He said that Jordan Libya Iraq and to some extent Saudi Arabia apparently are somewhat less alarmed BUDGET Eisenhower said he doesnt see how the defense budget can be cut below 38 billion dollars Nor right now does he see how the entire budget can be brought down by 2 billion dollars to a spending level of 70 billions for the 1959 fiscal year starting next July 1 Budget Director Percival Brundage has said the administration will attempt to restrict spending to that figure Asked where cuts could be made Eisenhower replied that if he could answer that one of his hardest problems would be solved Every department of government he said wants more money Series Linescore Mil Oil 200 000480 NY Oil 000 000272 Burdetle and Crandall Shantz Ditmar Grim 8 and Berra Home Logan New York Bauer Details on Sports Page but his opponents were deter mined to carry the convention de cision for control of the giant union to a record roll call vote That would serve the purpose Man Injured in Rockwell Crash Dies Funeral ritesare incomplete at Walnut Grove Minn for Harry Brandt 72 Walnut Grove who The Weather Mason City Generally fail Thursday night low mid 40s Friday partly cloudy and con tinued mild high mid to up accident three miles northeast of Rockwell Brandt died at a Mason City hospital The car he was driving and one Special ion Favored Poll Reveals Solans Views DES MOINES poll of Iowa legislators by the Daily Press Assn snows that the solons themselves want a special session Approximately half of the pres ent 155 members of the 47th gen mild through Friday Friday locally to 35 mph of lining up Hoffa and by Lois Lavonne Wilkin forces against one another forson teacher and housewife col what could shape up as a big selided at a county road intersec cession of the antiHoffa forces from the Teamsters Considered Certainty Election of Hoffa almost tainly means a Teamsters Unionstructed the vlew ouster from the AFLCIO with tion The Brandt car was travel west High Friday 70s GlobeGazette wea to 8 am Thursday Maximum Wednesday 72 Minimum Wednesday night 43 At 8 am Thursday 49 YEAR AGO ing west and the Wilkinson car was headed north Both vehicles were a total loss Tall corn ob WILLIAM LEE secession of some Teamsters units back to the AFLCIO Hickey for one has said he will do just that Hickeys withdrawal statement said he has been a candidate against Hoffa because he firmly Also hurt in the crash were Cora Long Clear Lake 70 and Haltie Brandt Walnut Grove Iowa Airman Killed in Maryland Crash COLESVILLE Md Air Force colonel from Iowa and were killed their twin eral assembly replied to the Iowa Generally fair ThursdayIDPA questionnaire Forty six night low 4555 Friday partlypercent of those who replied said cloudy and mild jthey favored a special session Minnesota Fair and continued j Twentynine percent were op posed to a special session and 14 per cent were either undecided or would not commit themselves Ever since that eventful day GlobeGazette weather data up last May when Gov Herschel C i 8 am Thnrartav T 1 Loveless vetoed the omnibus rev enue bill the state has been in a quandary as to whether there would be a special session Last week the Governor met with key legislators from both parties and suggested possible revenue mea sures which failed to win en dorsement by these leaders Since that meeting Loveless has mailed a questionnaire to all members of the Legislature seek ing their reactions to his revenue Maximum Minimum 77 43 Faubus Willing to Negotiate With the President LITTLE ROCK Ark UP proposals No Reasons two other officers Wednesday when engine C47 transport crashedand burned near here He was Col Leo F Paul 42 Iowa City a decorated World War If veteran and onetime aide to thenGen Dwight D Eisenhower when he commanded the North Atlantic Treaty Organization forces Knowland Officially Is in Governor Race SACRAMENTO Calif Sen Quite a few legislators answer Gov Orval E Faubus said Thursing the IDPA quiz said they could fJltF VllV If lirlllinrr 4 nnmiCrtn see no reason for calling a spec ial session with the Governor hower on the Little Rock school integration crisis but he will not agree to a complete and uncon ditional surrender unwilling to give One legislator summarized it this way If a special session is called the capital expenditure appro it cApciiuituie auuru Faubus told a news conference potions would in all probabil inr ri Q itmillH o f V r I ity be enacted and it then would be necessary to enact a revenue bill and the 2 per cent sales tax that he would be glad to have further talks with Eisenhower on a basis of mutual trust and self respect A reporter asked him if he felt that such an attitude prevailed at this time Faubus retorted I do law would have to be amended and passed If the Governor should veto that it would leave not William F Knowland officially entered the race for the California tne f think they want me to do the same thing that Eisenhower did when he demanded complete jus in the same situation we are in now Therefore I can see no reason for calling a special ses sion One prominent Republican sen governorship Thursday OM up the of governor of declared The a special session AP Wirepholo bridge near Warsaw Ind A doctor gave 90 MINUTES OF PAIN Andrew Turp v V PJHUKC nccii vvarsaw um A ClOCtOr gave bin 41 Cuyahoga Falls Ohio is shown him morphine to ease the pain until he during an excruciating hour and a half could be freed Despite the destruction of period in which hewas pinned in the his truck Turebin suffered only a frac wreckage of his beer truck after it hit a tured leg Walkout at School Fizzles 75 Students Demonstrate FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES LITTLE ROCK 75 white students walked out of Cen tral High School classes Thursday in what was scheduled as a mass protest against racial integration within the school The white boys and girls began straggling from the main en trance of the building within mo ments after the 9 am changeof classes bell rang They walked quietly across the campus and massed on the curb ing across from the building j There they called to other stu dents peering from the windows and doorways to join them Called Chicken Come on you chickens the demonstrating students shouted Dirty chickens they yelled The students reportedly had been threatened with suspension if they took part in the demon stration One brunette girl ran from the building and joined the demonstrating group Almost in Dr Stella Mason Longtime Mason City Physician Dies Governor if See Additional Story Page 9 Dr Stella May Mason 96 Mason City physician who really never retired in her 64 years of practice since 1893 died Wed nesday evening at a Mason City hospital She maintained her homeland office at 1st SE Dr Mason began practicing in Sales Tax Hike A Democrat in the House re Injun uvvuuv iiv iiuiiij jinf uy i IKpowers oi governor 01 believes the union owed an oblija ncws conference of his decision lnc par morc js jnvoived gation to its members to reonS oppose Govjthan Liulc Rock anci he powcrs ine il0use re store the good name of the J Knight for the a chiei CXCcutivc It affectsmarked I did favor the calling sters Union and keep it within hcan nomination m the states every state in the Union Faubusi01 a special session for the pur the AFLCIO primary next June 3 sajd pose of providing some money for i j MllK PriCeS UD Mason City April 6 18D3 as Mason Citys only woman phy sician with seven other doctors then practicing in the town of 5000 population They were good to me Dr Mason once said In fact Mason City was better to me than most towns would have been to a woman physician at tears she said I couldnt get anyone else they wont come out I am so ashamed I could scream Another girl said many of her fellow students assured her Well go Well go But then they refused to walk out on the signal Some of the demonstrating girls said the presence of the prin cipal standing inside the main inaiut ijjg maui strapped to the handlebars discouraged many of u making her calls She never fhe owned an auto but saved her money for traveling which took her around the world three times Dr Mason was born May 2 1861 on a farm in Honey Creek Township Delaware County me 0 the close of the 19th century I general Mary iHoicienTM a son with no specialty because ihad one sister Winnie Mason These objectives are shared by Vice President William Lee a good Teamster and a good trade unionist Because I feel that the sup port of Bill Lees candidacy of fers the surest way of achiev ing victory for our joint objec tives I am withdrawing as a candidate for president and urge all delegates to unite in voting for William Lee SAME DATE1956S37 Balloting Delayed mran nn Because convention hoopla andj demonstrations mostly for Hofia were consuming more time than expected voting for new officers was put off until Friday Thc bal loting originally was expected to start Thursday afternoon Teamsters delegates showed little disposition to attach sig nificance to the AFLCIO expul sion threat In a tumultuous ses sion Wednesday they gave Hoffa a clean bill of health by angrilj Thcy may come and take overcapital improvements nT as they have done but I will notit seems that it will only be dehvered the u r lhc purpose of increasing theinow 1S 22 cents a Quart or tal hours voting to expunge the corruption charges from the convention rec give up the powers of chief execu tive of my own volition Orient Farmer Is Victim of Tractor GREENFIELD Rogers 72 rural Orient Governor asked for acomin Profit to retailers killed Wednesday when a tractorpromise by the legislature but ati overturned on top of him whilcUhe same lime he staled he would he was working on his sons farminoi consider a 2or 3 per ccntJ about 2Va miles northeast of hcrejsalcs lax He appears unwilling to compromise j Sen J T Dykhouse RRockj said he docs nof favorj calling a special session unless1 Governor would sign capital carrying Lebanese airliner improvement bills for our statccrashcd in flames into the Medi jschools and mental off Beirut Thursdaj E 11 1 1i IT T ml Save Expense Milk prices up a cent a i nci in Mason City Maso a lOicvcJc with her medicine case students Parents in Support The same girls said their own parents had supported their plan waa uulll 1Uuy to JOIn the walkout The teen farm in Honey Creek ifgers said thoir Parents had told Delaware County me m that lf joined the mile west of Edgcwood ShcL Ut l would be impossible was the daughter of Philander1 them They conceded demonstration was a failure and that Ihey probably would be punished After the students left school a a as wanted to eat three times ajKaye uho preceded her in death T For the first 12 years of 1S147 FiftyYear Club dis peise me crowd gathered around Mason was honored with a the crude dummv Draft De Gaulle Movement Follows New sales tax icents a half gallon Local dair Rcp William J Coffman attributed the increase to in North said he favors acreasecj distribution costs in special session if they will getcludinS a new labor union con together like men and get the jobtractProducers will receive a done perceatage of the increase and One Kepublican senator noted tncre aso wi be some increase American Among 29 Dead in Crash of Lebanese Airliner BEIRUT Lebanon gold PARIS two milCoty was seeing Jacques Sous ikilling all 29 persons aboard Thc pilot was an 11111 ov1 III tj oOll i A lion more French workers the 45yearold Gaullist who1 II was tnc viewpoint of Rep J pllot was an American on strike Thursdav lending new hclpcd brinS thc governHenrv Luckcn that The plane was flying for the ment of Premier Maurice a special session is going t0Lctancsc International Airways urgency to President Rene 3 a utuuiu in cicaini jTune 14 1830 and one brother Aftcr thc left school JEarl L Mason who died Janl y chmbcd a tree and hung rpf 4 1947 i effigy and ran FiftyYear Club di peise the crowd gathered aronr Dr Mason was honored with alfVin pmo the white students gathered across the 60 guardsmen certificate from the Iowa Stale Medical Society honoring her in the Fifty Year Club She wore the blue and gold badge of thcji Medical Society as testimony her long and faithful service hn u Her greatest service to down h f fadvanced was in the tor equal hcstrcct trage from 1863 to Shelp lo lhc end of the became a life member of the Nai STELLA M MASON jkcP afcr the demonstrators and i rC9 iiltrr movcri hcni a block away Slit lso held an honorary dpTrnm the school area We nf Doctor of Science from Upper Iowa University awarded Bigger Escort her May 26 1947 at FayeUc She Earlier 30 guardsmen formin a luclong member of solid military box escorted Methodist Church a charJninc Negro students into school no scoo icr member of the Cerro lordo through ranks of hootin County Medical Society and was white students be dominated by no comproiwmch naci hccn operating only ord On i i u IUU L v L V7UIJJJ j efforts toselect a premier before Mollets Socialists infuriated by misers we might as well saveabout a wcek economic chaos strengthens thc Soustcllcs successful campaign tnc taxpayers the expense An airline agent said the Amer fl I I LlO YVl i rt i i i t the other hand Hoffa draft De Gaulle movement against thc Bourses Maunoury Gen Charles de Gaulle warplan for giving home rule to Al lime leader of the Free Frenclvgeria already have urged Coty to Rep Melvin Wilson pilot was a Capt Collmarj commented I thinkiwnosc home town could not be Governor is in a jam andilearne3 immediately forces in firm control of the con vention eyed the coming court action more cautiously They de nied convention seats to VHMH IMH im mmcr UL inns snoui credentials to kccP in closer the pressure of widespread labor passed on heir own and loucli with the situation agitation More than 1200000 three or four rolled into i u c r y W1S rcPOlcd to be considmetal workers walked out in shinThats what his niisod ii 3 Kill in UlC Convention i prm p nirt i r i i i 101 mcr picmici uuy Moiiciyarns and mechanical industries m delegates began paradng djantnd Rene Plevon but before calld wore joined by 700000 workWhat is needed most is 1 member of the Iowa State Mod Tough paratroopers of the 101st ical Assn and the AmericatvAirbornc Division were back on Medical Assn the job reinforcing members of Dr Mason was active in three the fedcralized Arkansas Na service clubs of Mason City the lional Guard The sharp stepup WaTanYc Mason City Busmessim troop stretmth in and around GreatGrandfather 76 Weds Girl 14 T III Cl I UUIUI HLRNANDO Miss Irofessional Womens Cluivthe school reflected the concern n n f T I i TI i i vivouvi xjx tut riuu r lenuirguria aircaciy nave urged Coty to lllc IOvernor is in a jam andliearnea immecuaiciy i i0n ouun scaooi rcnectea tne who is regarded by many ict Soiistclle try to form a there is no way out for him j Four Britons reportedly wereiycarold gcagrandfather fromand ho City Building andjof military commanders men as their liberator slipped cabinet Summing it up another IcgisUmong thc passengers The airMissmiri married his K as wcl1 as thc bv oetiage white into town from his Lorraine Prov Cotys cfforls were lcld under lator said AH bills should bcjljnc said aboard xvcrclswccthcarl here Wednesday Thci Funeral notjLcbancsc Syrians and from Persian Gulf areas over cf agitators of Commerce to slir violence services will he held Sixty of the paratroopers Lawal pm Friday at the only with biiiy clubs took re one v ins frenzied We want Hoffa mg in any prospective prcmicrjcrs in the building trade iecononn f v n on 15 hoxcsiralhcr ho a11 od caHat the Wcdncs bv wa m a ymme mans slave Chapel from Tluisdavlahlo to prevent several minor isaifl levelling until noon Friday iracial incidents ;