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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 14, 1957, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T HE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10 WANS NEIGHBORS VOL LXIII Associated Press and Uoited Press FuU Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 14 1957 This Paper Consists ol Two One No ttl Faubus to Obey Courts Confers With Eisenhower PROVIDENCE RI OK Gov Orval Faubus of Arkansas pledged Saturday that he will obey the law on school integra tion but he voiced hope the federal government will act with understanding and patience At the same time Faubus said he has a responsibility to protect his people from violence He did not say whether he would withdraw the National Guard troops he has called out to stop integration in Little Rock The Arkansas Governor issued a statement here after he had conferred for more than two hours with the President at New port Court Ruling Faubus said flatly the 1954 Su preme Court decision banning public school segregation is the law of the land must be obeyed He said even the Supreme Court expects the changeover to be accomplishec overnight The people of Little Rock Faubus said are lawabiding and I know that they expect to obey valid court orders In this they shall have my support The Arkansas governor said he does not think the Eisenhower Ad ministration has any thought o challenging his duty to preven violence He said it is essential that al those in federal authority pa tientiy understand the complexi ties of the problem Called Constructive I think it was a very friendly and constructive meeting White House Press Secretary James C Hagerty told a news conference shortly after the parley The meeting lasted a bit more than two hours Faubus summed it up this way A very constructive confer After Saturdays parley at the vacation White House on Narra gansett Bay the President walked to the street with Faubus to say goodby as the governor prepared to leave by helicopter from nearby lawn Photographers asked the two men to shake hands and they did smilingly Then the Presi dent took hold of Faubus arm and told him Well good luck to you and I hope it all works out all right Duniap Woman Dies In Logan Accident LOGAN 19yearoldwom an was killed and two other per sons were injured when the car in which they were riding went out of control and crashed into a ditch near here Friday Mrs Wesley Hein 19 Duniap was DEATH ON THE ROADSIDE Seen facing north on County Road C picture at the car from which Jerry AlvinHarrison Plymouth was thrown and killed Saturday rests mangled in the ditch a mile south of Plymouth Damage to the car was done as it turned on its side and slammed into the trees at left as it passed them In the photo at right Deputy Sheriff Lowell San quist inspects the wreckage at the front yard of the C A Krug farm home Officers described the car as one of the most complete wrecks they had seen Plymouth Youth in Crash FBI Informant Says Could Be Linked Directly to Nashville School Blast NASHVILLE Tenn UP Police Chief Douglas Hosse says an FBI informant told him he and segregationist John Kasper hid some dynamite three days before an explosion rocked a newly integrated school here Hosse said Charles Reed brought to him by the FBI said Kasper took some dynamite to Reeds home last Saturday The wo left with it Hosse said told him and hid it in a vacant louse from which it later disap peared Reed who was not arrested said he didnt know what became of it Reed about 40 was identi fied as a segregationist who had been associated with Kasper and who visited grounds of integrated schools here Monday in an au tomobile bearing the letters KKK School Damaged On Tuesday a dynamite explo sion damaged Hattie Cotton School one of six grammar schools in which first graders were racially integrated this week tinder federal mandate Po lice had not determined whether the dynamite which blasted the school and that mentioned Reed were the same Weekend to Be Rainy First Snow of Season in West Light rain spread into parts of northern and western Iowa late Friday and the Weather Bureau predicted the rain would move across the remainder of the state Saturday heaviest rainfall reported was at Ida Grove where 136 inches fell The rain was heavier in Nebraska where 245 inches Criticism of Parole Boards Policy Brings Censorship to Organs at Penitentiary DES MOfNES lPi Criticism of the policies of the State Parole Board had resulted Saturday in a censorship being clamped on the prisoners magazine at Iowa Penitentiary at Fort Madison anc the inmates radio program The State Board of Control which controls Iowas penal insti tutions decided Friday to establish a measure of control ovei Jerry A Harrison Is Victim Jerry Alvin Harrison 18 a na tive Mason Cityan was killed early Saturday morning in a one Di fell at Norfolk about 60 miles west of Sioux City Hosse said investigation would continue until the persons who actually planned and executed the bombing are found Six men are in custody in connection with the blast but deny any part in it Rewards in the dynamiting now total Still in Jai Kasper meanwhile was ex pected to be behind way or some time to come He now is in Davidson dead on arrival Bluffs Hospital at a Council Fern EHen Pryor 27 and Mary Ann Garvin 20 both of Duniap were hospitalized The Weather Other Iowa rainfall amounts in cluded Fort Dodge 87r Storm Lake 78 Williams 39 Spencer and Council Bluffs 19 and Ma son City 22 Occasional light rain was ex pected to continue over the state Saturday night and in the south east Sunday jOver the nation Saturday the weather was a picture of con trast Snow fell in the Rockies and a late summer heat wave on a state charge of inviting to riot The charge is based on anti integration speeches he has made here recently POLISH FARM OFFICIALS IN IOWA Five high ranking officials from Poland take a stroll in Ames dur ing a visit to Iowa State College as part of their Mid west farm tour From left are Dr Jan Kielanowski head of the delegation Dr Jan Bojanczyk Dr Tadeuss Ruebanbauer Dr B Bogumil and Dr Eugene Pijanow ski Rain Mires Autos at Plowing Match Shriners in Meeting Here Ceremony Held Despite Rain Damp weather greeted more than a thousand Shriners Satur day in Mason City They gathercc for the El Kahir Ceremonia sponsored by Shrine Club Despite the the North Iowa morning drizzle red fezzed nobles were seen throughout the business district They brought with them a mock fire truck and free popcorn penitentiary prisoners say car accident One mile south of n print and on the air The censorship applies to the nationally known prison mag azine Presidio and the radio program Prison on the Hill It was invoked following com plaints from the Parole Board whose members are Harold L Martin Hamburg the chairman Arnold Utzig Dubuque and Mrs Virginia Bedell Spirit Lake The magazine a monthly has a circulation of 3500 outside the penitentiary walls Not Good Taste George Callenius member of the Board of Control said he and his colleagues believe in freedom Bands Three Bands from Cedar Rapids of the press and full information on public affairs but the Fort Madison situation is another matter his home in Plymouth Sheriff Jerry Allen said Har risons car going north crossed the road and the ditch on the west side of the road and hit four trees before coming to rest Harrison was thrown from the car The young man was alone and officers said tracks indicated he had fallen asleep while driving The car had crossed the road at an even angle Discovered at 5 AM The time of the accident has been set at about 2 am Harri sons body and the completely wrecked auto were discovered by squirrel hunters about 5 am By ROBERT ARMSTRONG GlobeGazette Farm Editor Austin and Waterloo gave a con cert before the Shriners paraded at 3 pm Marching were unit from Minneapolis St Paul Des Moines Sioux City Waterloo Cedar Rapids and several North Iowa towns Costumed clowns and 16 con vertibles carrying potentates and The rain and mud at the State Plowing Match other high Offjciajs completed the seemed to make little difference to the plowmen but certainly raised havoc with the spectators across parts of the East Wyoming and Colorado re ceived the first measurable snow of the season Laramie Wyo re If he posts the bond city policeiported one inch Flurries were say theyll jail him immediately at Denver and Chey on a second charge of vagrancy Mason City Mostlycloudy through Sunday with brief peri ods of light rain and an occa sional thunderstorm in the vicinity Saturday night Not much change in the temper atures high Sunday in the mid 60s Lows Saturday night near 55 Iowa Mostly cloudy with occa sional rain and a few thunder storms Saturday night and in southeast Sunday Warmer south and east Saturday night Lows 5262 Continued cool Sun day Minnesota Showers cooler Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 am Saturday Maximum Friday 68 Minimum Friday Night 51 At 8 am Saturday 52 Precipitation 22 inch enne Wyo In the East where Providence RI Friday recorded a 91 more warm and muggy weather was predicted in parts New England of southern The Quceu of the Furrow Miss Carol Coleman wandered about parade Slated for the evening progra was a dinner at the Hotel Han Allen was told that Harrison had left the home of a friend Leroy Bolding near the Ideal Sand and Gravel Co on 12th NE It is not good taste for an inabout am He was on his way home Harrisons damaged wrist watch found on the op posite side of the road from the smashed car had stopped a few minutes after 2 oclock Allen Deputy Sheriff Lowell Sanquist and Highway Patrolman R W Hahn investigated the ac cident Acting Coroner Frederick SB Schaffer also was called to the mate publication to be critical of other agencies of the state gov ernment Callenius said We are going to have to have clearance on objectionable stuff that has been getting into Presidio and going out on air September Issue The board action followed pub the the the plowing site in oncewhite low heeled slippers And threetonforcj for au Nobility and rand National Guard trucks were used to pull each of the more than1 1000 cars out of the parking lot when they were ready to leave The parking lot was an alfalfa field once and after the cars churned their way in every drive was S to 10 inches deep in mud The cars got nowhere trying to go out under their own power Clark Bull of Guthrie Center took first in the level land plow entry ceremonies at Roosevelt Field 65 Candidates About 65 initiation candidates registered for the ceremonial at thc S issue After the aulo struck the first of Presidio of an article by Co editor Jack Vandermyn entitledjt officers said u crossed the Parole Methods It accused the nf r Tf Parole Board of failing in its ob ligation to society the institution and the individual prisoner Vandermyn criticized what he Small Atomic Device Set Off in Nevada ATOMIC TEST SITE Nev A small nuclear device hurriedly prepared after an earlier test shot fizzled out was exploded successTaylor 75 Fairfield died here fully Saturday It was the 19thFriday of injuries suffered July ing contest during the forenoon H M Boersma Sheldon second Lyle Mason FieMhouse Wans by INJURIES PROVE FATAL IOWA CITY UP James H shot to be fired in the est series AMI current17 when he fell off a motorcycle jhe was riding at Davenport Missouri Farmer Is Guilty of Not Wearing Proper Dress MOUNTAIN GROVE Mo U5V lohn Minnig 53 was convicted Saturday of puttering around his 160acre Ozark farm in nothing but a carpenters nail apron and sometimes not even that A Magistrate Court jury He offered no defense but cross examined the states four wit3 was third and the 1956 champion Norman Raisch Chapin ranked fourth The others in the order they finished were Richard Davitt Prole Lay ton Miller Runnels Don Fritz Churdan Dallas Bow man Adel Lawell Norman Du mont Randall Nelson Dows Stanley Johnson Hillsboro Vern Soderstrum Boone and George Knipp Manchester Wheel Slippage Only one contestant the only one whose was pulling a fourbottom plow had much trouble with wheel slippage More than 3000 persons nesses northeast of Hanscll by agricultural attache from Aus tralia Inefficiencies of the supervision of the collective farms and the lack of agricultural progress it is known in Iowa were noted by the editor He told of the ag ricultural economies of the 60 countries he visited and how they affected the standard of liv ing and economic stability of those countries He forecast the downfall communistic and other totalitar ian regimes because of their in efficiency resulting in an inabil ity to feed their own people Nas sers government in Egypt probl fall JDr William C Egloff medical jstaff chairman to examine the jcandidates at were changed Mercy Hospital Elgin Enabnit president of the North Iowa Shrine Club said the candidates were given their medi cal examinations at the Hotel Hanford as is the custom was a board a lifer serve nf mat mak farm driveway of C A Krug It apparently then turned on its side The top was torn from the car as it slammed against Ihe other trees as it passed them in an additional jn the ing term of at least six months as a cooling off period after his sentence is commuted making him eligible for parole Krug yard The car slopped Wreckage Strewn Around Parts of the auto were strewn jover the lawn and roadwav for I personally saw one man lose 30 almost his sanity the six month waiting period Vandermyn said i some distance from the car Har risons body was discovered im mediately in front of the auto Iowa to Follow Broad Policy in Flu Serum Distribution DES MOINES A broad polj million doses of the vaccine y on distributing Iowas y of vaccine to combat Asian j 11 a m The midafternoon crowd Minnig told the jury he was imWas estimated al 5000 pressed 15 years ago while plow ing in Iowa that his horses were only 10 minutes to find him guilty of indecent exposure and Judge E L Colton sentenced him to jail for a year He had been given a suspended sentence on a simi lar charge a year ago Minnig who describes himself as mother natures obstinate brat appeared in court fully clad wearing his nail apron on the outside of white coveralls and a sweat shirt took warm although unclothed while Minnig acted as his own lawyer lie was chilled with clothes on It was then Minnig said that he decided to go back to nature In the middle of a discourse on his doctrine Minnig went over to George Fees a juror Pulling up his pants leg Minnig said When people are dead they are pale Then he pulled up Fees pants leg and asked the jury to compare Now which of us is nearer dead he inquired his sunbrowned leg next to Fees At a banquet held Friday night at the Hansell High School gym nasium Earl Hall GlobeGa zette editor said 15 Iowa fami Krug told the officers at the scene that he did not hear the crash which was directly in front of his house The accident was discovered by two Mason Cityans getting an early start on the opening day of squirrel hunting season They are j Dennis Roth 1207 Pennsylvania bvSE and Bob Penney 923 12th They attempted to rouse at the Krug home but wakened They then went very reason he suggested Donald cian being the deciding n e a Decn ad down by an advis The advisory committee which toa faler rOUlh was appointed by Gov the i i Loveless to assist the Health Dej Called Junk Hampton and president of theory committee ofthe State HcaUhjparlmenti said Hint in the eventj Others may have passed the of cpidcpiic conditions situationswreckage without being aware could vary between what it was One passing mo The group said that under thcjtorist told officers at the scene Hampton Junior Chamber Commerce welcomed the guests The general concept the corn Jack Rube Stacy Redman Rogermittee decided after a meeting 1000 acre Russian lies not only could manage a Crawford and Larrv Stoffcr ofjhcrc Friday was that vaccine statewide priority system countythat her husband had warned her tj Sheffield and Janet Jo Biddleshould go to persons in health andmedical societies will work out1 to be careful because he had I Rowan provided entertainmentother essential services and Detailed plans in centers of seen junk on the road at that B Tucker was at persons who might be in gravelhcayjcst population point earlier the organ j danger because of age or illnesst Charles H Flynn Clarinda1 The Harrison family until last Other than thai the committee representing the Iowa Stnlciyoar lived at 140 26th SW be the 300 Soviet workers on it 60 Countries Among the 500 listening to Halls estimate of Russian agri culture as seen during his visit last winter were four agri cultural specialists from Com munistjlominated Poland and an The Rev C E Olson gave the invocation and A J Markcnjniade no effort to set fast rules Hampton chairman of the fieldjon what lowans should get first day and plowing matches the vaccine as it becomes closing remarks The dinner was available served by the WSCS o the Six major drug companies the flu shots where they willson Harrison He Hanscli Methodist Church engaged in a drive to turn out SOJdo the most good son City schools and was grad low a Medical Society noted that Iowasi fore moving to Ply policy follows the national policy Jerry Alvin Harrison was born it is voluntary and depends Oct 26 1938 in Mason City son upon cooperation of physicians tojof Everett and Marie Torklc i ncrt IKn fin chntc ITarrisnn 1fri attnnHoH ;