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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 10, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for CITY GLOBEGAZETTE H I NlWSrAPI R THAT MAK IS ALi NORTH 10 WANS I I S H 0 ft S HOME EDITION AteocUted Pntt and Oaitod Fan LMM Wirtw m Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY MARCH It W54 of Two IB Heavy Snow Moves Into North I New Hampshire Primary Tuesday Could Provide TipOff on Nixon NO in Watch Wrifeln Ballots CONCORD N H observers will be watching for any large scale writein move ment on the Republican vice presidential preference poll in New Hampshires firstinthenaj tion presidential primary next Tuesday Reports have circulated that many Republican voters moved by increasing speculation about President Eisenhowers running mate will take the trouble to in dicate their endorsement of Vice President Nixon or others by writing in their names in the spaces provided The preference polls section was added to the New Hampshire presidential ballot four years ago but no vice presidential aspirants entered then or this year GOP Delegation Eisenhower seems destined to win control of the 14member GOP convention delegation The GOP lists include 26 candidates favorable to the President seven favorable to Sen Knowland R one to Chief Justice War ren and two unpledged However three of the Knowland backets the Warren candidate and two unpledged candidates now say they will support Eisenhower In 1952 Eisenhower swept to a smashing triumph over the late Sen Taft ROhio in both sec tions of the ballot while Sen Ke fauver DTenn was doing the same to the then President Har ry S Truman Supporters of Adlai Stevenson meanwhile hope to deal a severe blow to Kefauvers chances for the Democratic presidential nom ination The Tennessee Democrat has accused Stevenson of trying to have his cake and eat it too by refusing to take a personal part in the primary but encouraging his supporters to run a full slate of delegate candidates Express Preference Stevenson forces have insisted they entered the slate voluntarily and only to give Democratic vot ers a chance to express their pref erence for the partys 1952 stand ard bearer The outcome of the battle be tween Kefauver and Stevenson supporters could be an important factor in determining the Tennes seans chances for success in his second bid for the Democratic presidential nomination The question is can Kefauver repeat his 1952 feat of capturing ell 12 delegates to the Democratic national convention Kefauver says he wilTcbhsider It a victory if he wins more than half thp delegates who will share a total of eight votes at the convention Stevensons backers contend even the loss of a single delegate SEEKS SENATE SEAT Secretary of McKay and Mrs McKay chat with newsmen at TT Srl Ff ldfy announcing his candidacy the Senate from that state He hopes to defeat Democrat Wayne Morse in the fall elections PARTIES SURPRISED to Oppose Morse SALEM Ore the Interior McKay filed for Re publican nomination as senator from Oregon Friday taking state leaders of both major political parties by surprise Indications are hell have opposition in the GOP primary in May but there seems little doubt hell win the chance for a showdown in November with Democratic Sen Wayne Morse His entry brought some odd reactions with Democratic party leaders almost to the man cheering it while some Republican leaders were unusually guarded in their comment McKay known as a hard cam paigner and a strong votegetter in this normally Republican state started fast buttherewerein dications that hands in the White House nudged him into the race McKay insisted President Ei senhower had not asked him to make the race against Morse the would be a to Kefauver devastating blow Recess Hearing in Stinson Case DES MOINES Iowa Supreme Court Friday recessed until March 19 a hearing of an appeal to dismiss conspiracy charges against Franklin County Atty Keith Stinson Stinsons attorneys opened the appeal Friday and asked the court to reverse District Judge Stanley Pralls refusal at Eldora to dismiss the charges against him Stinson 31 is accused of con spiring with George B Dewey 57 to swindle Grace Potter 73 Ack ley out of Dewey pleaded guilty and was sentenced to prison LUCKIES TASTE BETTER ROCKLAND Me Tripp was not hurt when his snow plow skidded off a road Friday but he narrowly escaped some in ternal injuries Tripp swallowed a lighted cigaret SEN JACOB GRIMSTEAD GrimsteadrEfthon to Battle for Senate 2nd Time LAKE the second time Jacob Grimstead of this community and Leo Elthon Fer tile will be battling this spring for the Republican nomination for senator from the 41st sena torial district The only difference is that back in 1944 Leo Elthon was holding the Senate seat and Grimstead was trying to unseat him Grim stead lost by 252 votes This time Grimstead is the incumbent and Elthon is endeavoring to regain the Senate position he held for 20 years before he was elected lieutenantgovernor Sen Grimstead was first elected to the Senate in 1952 He was chairman of the governmental affairs committee in the last ses sion and also served on the appro priations conservation highways railroads and ways and means committees Sen Grimstead attended the University of Oslo Norway and Hamilton Business College in Ma son City He operated a grocery store in Joice one year and in Lake Mills 21 years He owns a farm in Worth County Mrs Grimstead is the former Ruth Henderson of Lake Mills onetime Republican who has be come a harsh critic of the Eisen hower administration and of what Morse calls the natural re sources give away practices of McKay But McKay did say that GOP National Chairman Leonard Hall and Presidential Assistant Sher man Adams asked me to con sider entering the race And the President gave per sonal endorsement to McKays candidacy in a letter made pub 6 Perish as Result Accidents BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Six rowans lost their lives Friday as the result of acct dents Three deaths were caused by auto accidents during the day one across the state line in Mis souri Another person died of Complicated injuries received in an unusuaf car accident about two weeks ago a 4year old Des Moines boywas elec trocuted while playing and Cedar Rapids woman died of burns Alva Haim 67 and his wife W Bedford were kilted in a headon collision on Highway 148 just south of the Iowa Missouri fine between Bedford and Maryviile Mo Mrs C D Baldwin Cascade was killed Friday in a collision of a car in which she was riding with Mrs Frank Baum 65 and another driven by Fred Lehner both of Cas cade The accident occurred at the intersection of a Dubuque County road and a city street in Cascade Michael J Korlaske 4 son of Mr and Mrs Harry A Kor Washington AU this brought cheers from many Republicans who see a chance to make up for what hap Thornton Named WASHINGTON Former Gov Dan Thornton of Colorado was reported under White House consideration Saturday to replace Secretary of In terior McKay Thornton of Eisenhowers p r e c o n vention supporters in 1952 was said to be only one of several western ers being discussed after Mc Kay was reported to have been personally nudged into the Ore gon race by the President e Des Motnes was playing near a neighbors home when he came in contact with a gas line through which an electric current Wowed Mrs W C Meyer 66 Cedar Rapids died of burns suffered Thursday in a fire that charred two rooms of her apartment home Offi cials said she dropped a match into a waste basket The flames set fire to painted wall paper and spread rapidly Carl John Julinr 62 Essex died in a Shenandoah hospital of complications resulting from an accident Feb 28 when a car rammed into a service station in which Julin was standing Girls to Be Freed Sunday INDEPENDENCE Kan UP Four teenaged Iowa girls jailed for sending 28 carloads of officers out after nonexistent kid napers will be released Sunday a judge said because theyve had a City Judge Walter L McVey 33 who has two children of his own said a parole hearing would be held Saturday The four girls have been in jail since Thursday Cite Lag in State Filings DBS MOINES UP Escaping general notice in this presidential year is the fact that interest in candidacies for the Iowa Legis lature isnt up to standard At least thats the outlook as of now As of the close of business in the secretary of states office for this week 133 Republicans and Democrats had taken out nom ination papers as candidates for the Iowa House At the same time there had been 33 candidacies started for seats in the state Senate 108 Members All of the 108 members of the House in the 1957 Legislature are to be elected this year as usual Twentynine of the 50 senators who will serve in the next regular session will be chosen They serve fouryear terms Twenty one were elected in 1954 The 133 seeking seats in the House as of now compares with 172 at about the same stage two years ago The 33 out for the 29 Senate seats compares with 31 candidates for the 21 seats two years ago v One factor which might account for the dhtlook is that the filing dates are earlier this year than in 1954 But after the usual initial rush for nominationpapers the requests began to dwindle arid relatively few were made this AP Wirephoto 90 CLIMBS TREE AT 90Eugenia Frazier whJr av Saturday but who looks more like 60 celebrated her birthday by climbing a maple tree at her home in Spring field Vt Mrs Frazier who in previous years has roller skated sledded skipped rope and rode a bike to note her birthday says she does so because I misspent my youth and am making up for lost She says her husband doesnt approve of her stunts week Deadline Set night Next Monday will be the first day the secretary of states office will accept the filing of signed pe titions of candidates for offices ranging from Senator down through the Legislature The deadline is March 31 Usually the membership turn over in the House is about 30 per cent Its less than that in the Senate Two factors appear to be about to change that situa tion somewhat this year One is that a considerable num ber of present members of the Legislature are voluntarily drop ping out this year The other is that a larger than usual number of House members are candi dates for the Senate Cyprus Rocked by New Rhts NICOSIA Cyprus UKThousands of Cypriots walked off their 1ob I ft AHA 1 j J fc i wcumcu UJUL Uleir 1UDS m a paralyzing general strike Saturday in protest against deportation of Archbishop Makarios IU as a dangerous rebel Tough British paratroopers patrolled the streets of the Nicosia capital and other centers They already had faced shotgun and bomb attacks in the night The government said the strike hit the entire island Almost all shops and firms in the CHIC TOOf RALEIGH N C UP A Raleigh department store Satur day displayed a mannequin clad in a blue maternity dress with the sign Springinspired lanticipate granting parole effective Sunday morning so they can go back to school early Mon McVey said In fact one jened in Oregon two years ago The state then elected a Demo cratic senator for the first time in 0 years That was Richard L who nosed out Repub ican Guy Cordon Morse though registered as a iemocrat since last year was elected as a Republican in 1950 McKays friends said he ex acted that party leaders would iava convinced other Republican candidates to withdraw in his fa or Morse said in Washington that McKays entry will clearly draw he issues on the giveaway rec rd made by this administration in the field of natural of the terms of the parole will be that they return to The girls Jensma and Lois Davis both 18 and Jean ene Fahrney and Judy Damman both guilty Friday to disturbing the peace Despite their tearful appearance in court McVey gave them sentences of 30 days each McVey said three nights in jail is sufficient for what theyve nna The Weather done MYERS DIES WASHINGTON How ard B Myers native of Knoxville Iowa and research director of the Committee for Economic Develop ment died of cancer Friday at the National Institutes of Health in nearby Bethesda Md SAME Bleak death la Mason City Cloudy with heavy snow becoming colder with near cold wave conditions Sat urday night Sunday cloudy with occasional light snow Low Saturday night near 10 High Sunday mid 20s Strong north erly winds Saturday night dim inishing Sunday Total snow ac cumulation about 6 or more inches Iowa Heavy snow and cold wave warning Cloudy with snow overspreading state and turn ing colder Heavy snow ex treme north portion with 68 or more expected Cloudy and much colder with diminishing snow Saturday night with near cold wave conditions Sunday partly cloudy to cloudy with some blowing snow Low Satur day night near zero northwest to 20 southeast Minnesota Heavy snow cold Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 a m Satur day Maximum 33 Minimum 22 At 8 a m 25 YEAR AGO Maximum 54 Minimum 35 were closed In the first stirrings of violent reaction terrorists fired shotguns at one patrol and hurled bombs at two others Three men were wounded Archbishop Makarios is being sent on the remote Sey chelle Islands in the Indian Ocean a well informed source said The Seychelles are 950 miles off the east coast of Africa and 800 miles northeast of Madagascar Riot Leader The Greek Orthodox primate on this British colony in the eastern Mediterranean was the leader of the Greek Cypriot drive for in dependence and eventual union with Greece The capital of Nicosia seemed stunned in the first hours at word that the British had whisked their spiritual leader and three of his lieutenants in a giant Royal Air Force Hastings transport Church bells tolled Shopkeepers rolled down their shutters Reaction abroad was swift Greece recalled its ambassador to London and complained to the United Nations Political leaders m Greece called the action astounding In Athens students stormed through the streets Riot squads were rushed to guard the British Em bassy In London opponents of Prime Minister Eden denounced the de portation as an act of folly Flood Threat Is Easing NEW YORK riv ers in New York State and Penn sylvania were receding Saturday but residents of stricken areas kept their fingers crossed be cause of forecasts of more rain and snow Weary flood relief workers got their first rest in 72 hours at the beleaguered city of Salamanca N Y The Allegheny River there had risen to the highest level in his tory Thursday feet and 11 at 8 Saturday had dropped inches Mayor James J Crowley as exhausted as any of the citys residents kepi a state of emergency in force however High waters along the Alle gheny and its tributaries in north western Pennsylvania and south ern and western New York kept some 500 families from returning to their homes madrtess Interest of Peace The British governor of Cyprus Field Marshal Sir John Harding said he ordered the archbishop into exile under emergency regu lations in the interest of promot ing peace order and good govern New outbreaks seemed certain to sweep Cyprus for months an inferno of bombing sniping and sabotage Scores have died and hundreds have been wounded Britain has troops stationed on the island its last bastion in the Middle East Makarios was seized as he pre pared to board a plane for Athens where he has to confer with the Greek government The British also seized Bishop Kyriyakides of Kyrenia the Rev Papastravos Papaaganthangelou of N i c o s i a and Polycarpos loannaides secre tary ofthe Kyrenia bishopric Five months of secret British negotiations with Makarios over the future Of Cyprus collapsed owa 20Inch Follin Dakota High Winds Reported Near buzzard veloped in extreme northwest Iowa Saturday as a snowstorm which brought up to 20 inches of snow to eastern South Dakota moved into this state The Iowa Weather Bureau is sued a warning of heavy snow and cold wave conditions with 8 inches or more of snow expected in extreme northern Iowa Soon after daylight snow ranging up to 8 inches was reported at Rock Rapids Iowa and Sioux City had wind gusts up to 40 miles an hour T3 Inches By 11 a the State Highway Patrol said there was 12 to 13 inches of snow in extreme north west Iowa The Weather Bureau said near cold wave conditions could de velop Saturday night with the snow overspreading most of Iowa Bus travel out of Sioux Falls and Mitchell S D was halted Sioux Falls had more than 12 inches of snow and Mitchell had about in inihpg day The snow was accompanied by much colder temperatures and some areas reported blowing snow The Weather Bureau said in its early forecast that it expected the snow tu cualiiiue m wnslmn and northern Iowa during the day accompanied by near cold conditions More Snow Snow was continuing to fall at Sioux Falls and winds were in creasing in northwest Iowa Sioux City reported gusts up to 40 miles an hour The Weather Bureau said new snow falling tempera tures and increasing winds would give northwest Iowa blizzard con ditions during the day Precipitation was reported as far north as the Twin Cities and as far east as Rochester Minn The snow started to fall at Austin and Albert Lea about and moved down over the Mason ty area about noon The Minnesota and Iowa high way departments urged motorists to stay off the highways Snow was piling up on most roads and high winds made visibility almost zero A freak of the local storm were two flashes of lightning and peals of thunder at p m The snowstorm was so heavy at the ime that visibility was less than 100 feet The temperature at the time was reported at 26 degrees at the KGLO transmitter Whether southern Iowa gets any ignificant amount of snow from he storm appeared to be contin lent on how swiftly the storm enter moves eastward Lower temperatures were ia fore for all of Iowa W M Huffman Leader in Odd Fellows Dies at 59 UNSEHUED only last Monday William M Bill Huffman 59 ong a leader in Odd Fellow circles and manager of the Jnited Insurance Agency in Ma son City died Saturday morning at his home in P M Park Clear Lake He had been ill for some time Mr Huffman was born Oct 6 1896 in Chickasaw County near the old town of Chickasaw son of Reuben and Emily Huffman For a time he was a teacher and later went into the railway mail service He is a graduate of Stockport Ohio high school and took two years at Bethany Col lege West Virginia He was married to Doris M Love of Charles City in 1922 They made their home in Mason City 30 years before moving to P M Park in Clear Lake three years ago Mr Huffman was a past grand of IOOF Subordinate 224 past grand master of Odd Fellows Grand Lodge of Iowa and man ager of P M Park 15 years dur ing which time he planned with trusteei ior many improvements W M HUFFMAN in the park and buildings and grounds He was past president Ma sea City Kiwanis Club past president of the Mason City Life writers Association past   

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