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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 25, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowos Daily Newspaper EdiUd for Horn CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10 WANS NEIGHBORS VOL LV1II Associated Presa and Unlttd Full Wires Five a Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JULY 25 ItSI This Pnpcr Consists ot Two No No Demo Winner Seen on 1st Ballot Neither Side in Steel Fight Clearly Wins in Settlement Expect Union to Okay End of Long Strike AP Wlrcphoto THEIR CHOICE ADDS UP TO Elbert N Carvel of Delaware towers over Gov Henry F Sen Ticket on the speakers stand from which both joined in placing the name of Gov Adlai Stevenson in nomination as a pres idential candidate Strong Trend Toward Elthon f I I II for Lt Governor Shaping Up ENOCH NOREM Associate Editor DES strong trend for State Sen Leo Elthon of Fertile was apparent here Friday as 3030 delegates to the Republican state convention got ready to choose a nominee for lieutenant governor Elthon and State Sen Alden Doud of Douds are the front runners in a fourway race for the nomination The other two candidates are Ralph B Slippy former mayor of Wa terloo and Dr R 1 Oilman Storm Lake dentist and a state senator 14 County Support Ellhon could count on strong support from the 14 counties of his own third district At a caucus Thursday evening the Ccrro Gor do County delegation decided to narked by inefficiency ineptitude and inability to cope with the prob ems of the day Fearless Leader The governor said the Republican partys choice of Dwight D Eiscn nower give all of its 49 votes to Elthon This news was received joyfully at the Elthon headquarters be cause it had been indicated that the senator could not count on ev ery Ccrro Gordo delegate There was scattered talk among Ccrro Gordo delegates of support ing Oitman or Doud or ot drafting Lt Gov W H Nicholas in the event of a deadlock All were per suaded however to go along on the unanimousvote Elthons supporters also arc ac tive in other areas of Iowa Polk County which voted for Doud was expected to cast 143 ot its 188 bal lots for Ellhon Seventy or 80 votes of Linn Countys 104 were predicted for Elthon on the first ballot 35 of 40 Story County was expected to give 35 of its 40 votes to Eithon There was talk of several other counties switching to Elthon after the first ballot A total of 1516 simple majority of the 3030 delegates required for nomination The GOP biennial state conven tion heard addresses by Gov Wil liam S Beardsley and U S Sen B B Hickenlooper before moving on to a multipoint agenda toppec by selection of the partys candi dale for lieutenant governor This contest and a fiveway struggle for the shortterm Com m e r c e Commission nomination were scheduled for decision during balloting expected to take most springs minds of the American people The governor pledged continuing development of roads schools anc nstitutions Conservation and other programs to meet the needs of the eople of our time and of future jenerations Beardsley also pledged continua ion of sound business policies in ilate government which he said vould eliminate the necessity o cvying new taxes IKE INVITED SIIENANDOAH Dwight D Eisenhower the Republican presi dential nominee has beeninvitee o speak at the Harvest Jubilee icre this fall No date has been se for the annual celebration pend ng a reply from Eisenhower of the afternoon American System Hickenlooper declared that the 1952 Republican campaign is a crusade to preserve the American system our freedoms anc oppor tunitics and keep America strong 8 n m Friday and confident Maxmum Hickenlooper spoke the after noon session Beardsley declared as its peerless leader from the hearts and About The Weather Mason City Some cloudiness am warmer Friday afternoon hig about 94 Partly cloudy and turn ing cooler Friday night with few thundershowers in middl of night Low Friday night 58 t 02 Saturday clearing and coo cr high 80 to 84 Iowa Fair to partly cloudy an warmer Friday afternoon excep turning cooler extreme north west corner Scattered thunder showers northwest Friday after noon High Friday 94 to 98 Sa urday fair and cooler cast an south Minnesota Generally fair an cooler Friday night Saturda mostly fair cooler southeas High Saturday near 75 north 7 to 80 south GlobeGazette weather data up I that America cannot stand an other four years of crisis after with an administration 1 Minimum At 8 a m YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 81 65 7f 87 60 WASHINGTON UP The longest ostliest steel strike in American istovy in effect is over Produc on is expected to resume next eek The striking ClO Steelworkers nion was considered virtually cer iin Friday to ratify a strikeend jreemcnt reached at the White ouse after President Truman pcr onally demanded and got a ettlcmcnt It was hot a clear cut victory or anyone union nduslry or the government There as give and take on all sides Settlement Announced The end of the crippling 53day rike was announced late Thurs ay by the President himselfwith IO President Philip Murray and S Sleel Chairman Benjamin airless standing beside him Calling newsmen inlo his own rare old them Murray and Fairlcss have reached agreement on im ortant basic issues after clay ong conferences and predicted a speedy resumption of steel pro uction He said Murray would meet Fri ay afternoon with his 175man committee to obtain allocation of the agreement Fairless it was reliably learned lans to make a personal appear nce before this committee in a ramatie moveyaimed at wiping ut any bitterness The union in ited him to make a short talk to he group after a closed session uring which actual ratification ol lie agreement was scheduled Five Day Delay At best it will be four or five ays before any substantial pro Auction of steel is reached It takes hat long to heat up the banket last furnaces which standby vorkcrs have kept alive ever since he strike parted June 2 The new steel which comes ou f some 380 struck plants will scl or at least a ton more than Before the strike started A few minutes after Trumans dramatic announcement the gov ernment approved a price increase of that amount for raw or carbon steel Specialized highalloy stee vill get a boost of a ton Conditions No wage or other terms were an nounced at Thursdays White House session but it was reliably learned he agreement includes these con ditions A wage boost of 10 cents an hour or G50000 basic steel workers a lighly modified form of union shop vhich allows present nonunion members to stay out and gives employes a 15 day escape perioi during their first month of employ ment six paid holidays three vecks vacation after 15 years serv ce n twoyear contract dating rom last June 30 with a wage re opener next June 30 These concessions come to a to a of just over 21 cents an hour or each worker Prostrike pay averaged slightly under 2 an hour Cedar Rapids Man Young GOP Head DES MOINES Yourn Republicans have chosen Ale MacKenzic of Cedar Rapids Kcit Richardson ot Jefferson and Mrs Joyce Fisher of Davenport as thei top officers for the year ahead MacKenzic was elected withou opposition Thursday to anothc term as state president of the or ganizations Mrs Fisher was chosen nationa committeewoman and Richardso won in his race with John K Rch mann of DCS Moines for the pos of national committeeman SAM6 Ulack Ur ineani Irilfia deilh Irt 11 hanrij Al1 Wireiihrita HAPPY TRIO AFTER Here arc the governors of the three southern holdout states that declined to sign the loyalty oath to the Democratic ticket but whoso delegations were seated by the convention Thursday over the protest of proadminis tration forces Shown are Govs John Battle of F Byrnes of South Carolina and Robert Kenhon of Louisiana Realists Whip Idealists in Seating Southerners to Avoid Party Division By W EARL HALL Staff Representative In a headon collision Thursday night between the so lalled liberal idealists and the realists of the Democratic party the dcalists came out second best The contest hinged on admitting Virginias dele gation to full rights in the convention even though it lad not had jeen prescribed inescapable condition v When the roll call of states approached com it was evident that Virginia and a bloc of Dixiecrat states were about to be read out of the arty on the eve ot a presidential campaign Realists Take Command At this juncture the realists meaning the poli icians look command of the situation and lofty noral principle was pushed inlo quick retreat One stale after another began changing its vote W EARL HALL What happened in the Iowa delegation was typical of what took ilacc in many other slates On the original vote the count for booting Virginia was to That was when the lowans were expressing their convictions on the rinciple of party responsibility Later in the face of the cold fact that a sizable bloc of soulhcrn oles were being cast aside another vole was taken It resulted in a t7 to 7 favor for the Virginians Thats the figure that goes into the convention records Final Count 415529 In the end Virginia was declared legitimate by a count of 015 to H29 And the pattern had been set for opening the gales to the other bat joy states in the deep south In short the purge of Dixiecrats insisted on by President Trumar and the Fair Deal faction of the party was moved forward iito the ndcfinite future There and quile a who would have courted dcfea his year to advance the ideal of a party realignment They wouli purge their Byrds and Talmadgcs in the hope ot picking up a like or greater number of Morses and Aikens from the rival parly But they hadnt reckoned with the coldturkey par iculitrly those Democrats up for election These latter were willing o shoot close enough lo the Dixiecrats lo give them a scare But the lidnL want any direct hits on tho target GOP Inroads While Ihc Republican party may conceivably make some inroads nto the Solid South it will not be because this convention left no other course Dixie with all its past incorrigibilities with respect lo the Vew Deal still has a lodging place reserved for it ia the Democratic louschold Thats the real meaning ot what transpired in convention hal Thursday night in a somewhat hectic interlude between a dreary sue cession of nominating speeches and labored demonstrations Selective Service Formulates System for Farm Deferments DES MOINES A definite1 system for farm deferments from Lhc draft was announced Friday byslate selective service head quarters It provides that each appliaction for a farm deferment will be weighed in relation to agricultural production requirements The new plan is definitely not a point system state selective service director R A Lancaster said The plan was devised after a conference between selective serv ice officials and the state agricul tural mobilization committee head ed by PJVTA Chairman H E Hazen Basically Lancaster said the plan will weigh farm deferment requests in relation to overall pro duction goals rather than in terms of the situation on an individual farm The plan he explained is a de velopment on both a stale and county basis of a method for measuring the quantities of agri cultural commodities being pro cluccd for market by registrants a compared with the average annua production per farm worker from local average farms Puerto Rico Gets Self Government SAN JUAN Puerto Rico W Puerto Rico joyfully assumed he new role as a selfgoverning frc commonwealth associated wit the United States 54 years after American troop landed on the Caribbean islant during the SpanishAmerican War Flags of the new commonwcaH were to flutter out over all th islands public buildings at nooi Friday signalling the adopting o the new constitution under wnic two and a quarter million Puert Ricans will administer their ow affairs State Polio Death Toll Now at 22 SIOUX CITY 105S olio death toll stood at 22 Fridaj is a result of two new death rom the disease at a Sioux City lospital Thursday night Latest to die were Gene Prieh ird 11 son of Basil Prichard o lornick and Kcnnclh Nelson 29 earold Sioux City father of three children The two deaths brpugh NEW HAMPTON ans J Smith 32 Naw Hamp ton Chickataw County polio fund chairman wai takan to University Hospital at Iowa City Thursday night as a polio patiant Sioux Citys polio fatality total tt 18 There also have been tvvc deaths in DCS Moines and two a University Hospitals fowa City The mass inoculation of Siou Jity children meantime ncurci ts end A total ot 14296 ehildrei lave been inoculated in Slom llily Half have been given th lood fraction known as gamim globulin and the other half hav a gelatine substitute in test to determine whether go mm globulin wilt prevent or Jesse polios paralyzing effects Only one clinic was to operat n Sioux City Friday It was t open at the auditorium at 1 pm Material for 1412 inoculation vas available Previously fiv clinics have been operating Steven son Top Candid for Selection CONVENTIONHALU crats battled their way through a prolonged f ivst nbminat ballot with Illinois Gov Adlai Steven on still the man to bent Observers at the convention were expecting a decided wing to Stevenson aflev the first ballot but this Avas offset omewhat by the announcement that Michigan throw Iowa Splits Vote 88 on First Ballot By W EARL HALL Representative a convention hall onfcrcnce room as hot as their empcrs frayed by five hectic days nd nights Iowas delegates Friday orcnoon met in finalcaucus just eforo the opening roll call on the iirtys presidential nomination On the first convention roll call Stevenson and Kefauver hod 8 rolcs apiece with Wi for Barkley i for Russell 3 for Kcrr and Afor larriman Resentment The resentment of a number of alternates over what they felt to e too liltlo oiccd at their final caucus Their scats have been in the rear of the mil with the speaker nearly ob seured by tho scaffolding of a TV platform in the center of tho con vention hall The tenseness between Kefauver ind Stevenson backers continued down to the wire with S J Sttlvin ot Hampton leadingthe Tcnnessceans campaign Baxter taking over for Ilerschc Loveless asStevenson spokesman He interested Ii Icndwfng the delegates arc icrc who so clcurty are misrepre senting their stales sentiment for Kefuuver Mr Galvin told this re iwrler Friday noon Our delegates liave been deluged with telegrams and letters demanding Kcfauvcrf lomination Barber Comments Its passing strange comment nd Dr Sterling Barber of Mason City that up to tlus minute havent had a single wire orlcltcr from Ccrro Gordo County That doesnt look like any groundswel for Kcfnuver to me Synthetic inspired was a term applied to the flood of Kefauver wires by Mr Baxter And there was even a hint that some ot them came from relatives of delegates present here ing its 40 votes to Sen Estes Kefauver of Tennessee on the second ballot Michigan voted for its governor Mention Williams the first lima around v Kefauver held a slight 189IA to 185 lead over Stevenson as voting dragged through the Oregon dele gation with Sen UichardB Rus sell ot Georgia a close third with 159Vi votes 321 With L7 delegations remaining 4th a combined total ot 328 votes was certain at this point that no lomince would get the required nnjorily ot votes on thu first allot unless some delegations witched their voles after the vot ng had finished As the voting droned on dele ales at this striferipped convcn on learned that President Truman ad left Washington by plane to resent the nominee to the con tention Friday he is elected by thattime Goy Stevenson pickedtup terrific iiomcnlum in his reluctant ilriva oward the nomination when Kc ob aincd the powerful supportof this 10 political action committee Truman Backing Stevenson also hasthe backing WOMAN KILLED EARLY Jim McQuirk of Early was killed Thursday and her daughter Mrs Rube Lynch o Schaller was injured when their car and a gravel truck collided a an intersection two miles west o here AP Wlrophoto SOUTH DAKOTA South Dakota delegate who refused to identify his state standard as the delegation walked off the convention floor Thurs day night over what they termed the unfair methods of the chair during voting on whether or not to seat the Vir ginia delegation The delegation returned almost imme diately of President Truman This was urlher borne out when Trumans Missouri alternateThomas Gavin cast his onehalt vote for Steven son on the first vote At the sametime a strategist tor Avereir Harrlmanconceded that the JVevv Yorkerand illout Fair Dealer amongill aspirants soon may rall bythe wayside But Harriman himself said after a conference with Stevenson I am still a candidate forlhe presidency He said no deals were discussed adding f am certainly not a can didate vice presidency Sen Kefauver of Tennessee inked with Harriman in various Fair Deal convention maneu vers which havefailed was in line to benefit from theNew Yorkers possible withdrawal Apparently Short Kefauver apparently short of he votes necessary for the top spot on the ticket was reported o be maneuvering for a Steven sonKefauver ticket Sen Richard B Russell of corgia told a television audience shortly before the balloting began that he was confident he would get the nomination He said he would be glad to have Stevenson Cor a vicepresidential running male Russells lieutenants had set a 285 vole goal on the first ballot They conceded privately that the Georgian cant go much beyond that Strength to Barkley There was considerable belief in the Russell camp that the Georgia senator might try to throw his strength to Vice President Albert W Russell became con vinced he couldnt win Barkley a surprise entry after an earlier withdrawal might de velop into Stevensons chief rival in that case Nevertheless the St e v e n son bandwagon was rolling along swiftly And Senator Francis My ers Pennsylvania Stevensons floor manager told a reporter Well make it on the second or third ballot Spares Life of Would Be Killer WASHINGTON W President Truman is sparing the life of the Puerto Rican who tried to assas sinate him at Blair House in 1950 Presidential Secretary Jos ep h Short announced without com Thursday tha t the death sentence of Oscar Collazo had been commuted to life im prisonment The 38yearold Puerto Rican had been scheduled to die in the elec tric chair here on Aug 1 for his part in the death plot v Collazos fight for life had been rebuffed by the highest federal courts Truman the man he1 tried to kill was his last source cf clem ency   

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