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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 2, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home M Mason City the Town With the I Contributed by Lucille Newton Factor 136 27th S Mason City ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXII Auocuted Presj and United Press FuU Lean Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JUNE 2 1956 ThU Piper Consists of Two One No 2M Primary Election Monday Turnout May Be Light North Iowa voters go to the polls Monday in a primary elec tion to pick candidates to face each other in the general elections in November But there has been little activity to stir the voters interest Indica tions are that the balloting will be light The top contests in this area shape up as the Republican senatorial race and the contest for governor on the Democratic slate Statewide interest lies in the Re publican race for Senator be tween veteran Bourke B Hicken looper and young Dayton B Counj tryman currently Attorney Gen eral of Iowa Ilickenlooper made a swing through North Iowa this week Countryman has confined most of his campaigning to other parts of the state Swinging Hard North woods mayor Lawrence C Plummer and Herschel C Loveless former Oltumwa mayor have both been swinging hard for the Democratic nomination for Gov Leo Hoegh will be the November opponent for the winner Loveless made an un successful attempt for the gover norship in 1952 against the late William Beardsley Of special interest to North lowans is the political comeback attempt of W H Bill Nicholas Clear Lake turkey grower He is waging a fight with Wendell Pen dleton Storm Lake for the Re publican nomination for lieutenant governor R M Spike Evans Arnolds Park is opposing Lumund F Wil cox Greene County resident for the Democratic nomination for senator Both parties have races for Congressman Republicans H R Gross and Ernest J See man have had at it for the last two months Gross is the out spoken incumbent Charles City Mayor Michael Mike Micich and Parkersburg editor Dan J P Ryan are going for the Democra tic nomination National Conventions Delegates to the state Repub lican and Democratic conventions named the presidential delegates in Iowa to attend the national conventions later on Estes Kefauver and Adlai Stev enson have been hard on the campaign trail for many months President Eisenhower is waging a popularity battle for the Repub lican nomination for a second term in the White House Main interest on the GOP side is the vice presidential race Voters are asking Will Richard Nixon be called back to serve again Local interest is centered on the races for the county board of supervisors John G Brown the GOP incumbent from the first dis trict runs into competition from Stella Bisgrove and Jack J Diercks Second District Four Republicans are seeking the supervisor post from the sec ond district to be vacated by R D Robbins Clear Lake who did pot file for reelection They are Orel Hoel T L Sears Elmer Luscomb and Seymour Hall Two Democrats are after that partys nomination Rex Westcott and Harry Doyle Max Elliott and Dan Phalen are both seeking the Democratic nomination for Cerro Gordo Coun ty Sheriff Of the two Elliott has done the most campaigning Polling places will be open from 8 to 8 except in cities that require voter registra tions including Mason City Charles City and Oelwein in North Iowa In these cities the polls open an hour All polls will close at 8 Cerro Gordo County residents will be asked to vote on a special ballot to release from the countys secondary road fund voted in 1954 to build a county maintenance shed AP Wirephoto GVVAN YA BIG huge boxer strains at his leash while a tiny Chihuahua skids out of reach in a meeting of the largest and tiniest dogs at a neighborhood pet show Friday at Philadelphia Actually Muggs the boxer merely wanted to make the acquaintance of the pup named Lelanee Jean Hersholt Dies HERSHOLT HOLLYWOOD Wt A c t o r Jean Hersholt famed as a humanitarian died Saturday at his home after a long illness The noted actor well known for his creation of the lovable Dr Christian character was only recently tendered a huge civic testimonial by the motion picture industry There he was lauded for his many years of philanthropy to the industry He was a founder of the Motion Picture Country Home and for many years headed the Motion Picture Relief Fund Hersholt knighted by the late King Christian X of Denmark in 1946 would have been 70 next July 12 3 lowans Fatally Hurt in Accidents FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Three persons were injured fatally Friday in traffic accidents to push the 1956 Iowa highway death toll up to 264 David Ridge 6 son of Mrs Dorothy Ridge Comanche died at Clinton hospital about an hour after a truck hit his bicycle at an intersection at Comanche Lester Carstensen Clinton Coun ty deputy sheriff said the truck was driven by Taylor Purcell Co manche who said he didnt see the boy until he was almost through the intersection No charges were filed Claudia Snedigar 9 daughter of Mr and Mrs Art Snedigar Des Moines was injured fatally when she was hit by a car as she crossed U S 6 about IVfc miles west of Altonna to pick a bou quet of pretty Highway Patrolman Glen Me Dole said Mervin RWood 31 Newton driver of the car Sports Bulletin TROON Scotland Eighteenyearold John Behar rell Saturday became the first Englishman to win the British Amateur golf championship since 1933 when he defeated Leslie Taylor of Scotland 5 and 4 in the scheduled 36hole tour nament final was charged with reckless driving be Fore Justice Al Hoard and was Freed on bond to appear fori bearing June 11 Mrs E S Faircloth 49 a Mel bourne farm woman died after her car went out of control on a country road about onefourth of a mile from her heme west of Melbourne The car ran into a ditch and then smashed into a bridge abutment She died at a Marshalltown hospital LIQUOR RAID BURLINGTON J County of ficials and Burlington police staged a surprise raid on the Hub Lounge here Friday aftevnoon Thirteen Hetties of liquor were confiscated NEW YORK UP Matthew MONTGOMERY Ala Woll 76 AFLCIO vice president John Sparkman Friday w a and a labor leader for more than elected chairman of Alabama 50 years died Friday in a New York hospital New Trial for Parker Denied LINCOLN Neb District Judge John L Polk Saturday de WOLL DIES Morrell Plant to Reopen on Monday OTTUMWA John Mor rell Co meat packing plant i scheduled to resume operation here Monday The possible closing of the plan on a permanent basis was avertec Friday after a conference be tween W W McCallum company president and Ralph Helstein o Chicago international representa tive of the United Packinghous Workers Union A statement by McCallum and Helstein said that UPWA Local here would be placed under an administrator to manage loca union affairs The company employs abou persons of whom ar members of the union local McCallum had said that ther was a slowdown in production by what he called an effort and said that the plant which went on a layoff basis las Friday could be closed perma nently McCallum said he demande assurance of a stable opera After a union meeting Thurs day night Helstein conferred wit the company head and the resui was a decision to reopen th plant HEADS DELEGATION 52member delegation to t h Democratic National Convention Jesse H Jones Capitalist and Head Dies HOUSTON H Jones 82 a Tennessee farm boy who built one of the nations largest fortunes despite only a fifth grade education is dead The wartime secretary of Com merce anci head of the Recon struction Finance died Fr day night His financial pressed three whom he had abilities had im presidents undc served nied a motion for a new trial for a foimer Henderson Iowa man on a charge of strangling held his wife Polk then gave Darrel Parker 24 a life sentence as required by the jury which found him guilty of first degree murder earlier this year Des Moines Strike Ends After 137 Days DES MOINES 750 of the United Auto Workers Union voted by a twothirds majority here Friday to approve a settle ment of a 137day strike against the John Deere Co The Des Moines plant was the last of four to approve the agree ment and it was indicated the ap proximate 760 employes would be back on the job Monday Russia Welcomes Tito With Cheers JESSE H JONES Wilson Herbert Hoover an Franklin D Roosevelt As head of the RFC 13 years Jones loaned over 50 billion do Mars As the No 1 citizen of Hous iton he built the skyline of th jSouths largest city owning buildings ranging up to 37 stories height He was publisher of the Houston Chronicle and owned three of the citys largest hotels Jones underwent an operation March 28 for a kidney blockage He reentered the hospital May 9 and had been critically ill about 10 days The widow Mary Gibbs Jones had left the hospital shortly be fore death going to her hotel apartment a bit earlier than us ual because of a throat infection At the bedside were a nephew John T Jones president the Houston Chronicle and i granddaughter Mrs John Bcck j Funeral arrangements pending Adlai Is Conclave Victor Demos Set for Chicago By CHARLES A KROUSE DES MOINES E Stevenson won the informal sup port of the majority of the na ional Democratic convention delegates chosen by Iowa Demo crats here Friday Raymond Baxter Burlington tevensons Iowa campaign man ager said the former Illinois gov ernor won a definite victory over Sen Estes Kefauver Iowa will send a 48man dele gation to the Democratic national convention when it opens in Chi cago Aug 13 The delegation wil lave 24 votes Baxter predicted 17 of the 2 otes would go to Stevenson a he convention Named Monday In a United Press poll of the elected delegates 25 of them sail they favored Stevenson 16 sai they would support Kefauver anc said they were uncertain The remaining two delegates will be the partys candidates for senatoi and governor who will be namec in the states primary Monday One of the questionmarks wa Jake More Harlan Chairman o he Iowa Democratic Party More avoided endorsing either candi date He was regarded in some quarters as favoring a dark horse candidate possibly Gov Averell Harriman of New York or Sen Robert Kerr of Oklahoma More was elected chairman o the delegation over Baxter on a delegate vote of 2112 More was nominated for the job by Georgi Laub Cresco a Kefauver sup porter Thirtytwo of the delegates fou from each of Iowas eight dis tricts were selected at distric caucuses Sixteen at large del egates were chosen by a nominat ing committee All of the dele cates approved by the con vention body of more than delegates 33 Alternates The convention also picked 3 alternates Stevenson drew most of his sup port from Iowas larger Des Moines Sioux City Dubuqu and Council Bluffs while Ke fauver scored the most in rura areas The convention renamed Don aid Mitchell Fort Dodge natioiia committeeman and Mrs Alber Metcalf Kelly Nichols nationa committeewoman without opposi tion The convention passed resolu tions which said the Republicai administration has betrayed th farmers by failing to live up t a promise of 90 per cent o parity farm supports They urgei nomination of a Domocrati presidential candidate who ha the interest of agriculture at The resolution also asked for complete reappraisal of our foi eign policy maintenance of adc quate national defense an elimination of friction between land sea and air AP Wlrephoto GETS STAR Shepilov center was sub stituting for Foreign Minister V M Molotov when So viet leaders visited Maishal Tito in Yugoslavia last year Saturday however he was on hand as foreign chief as Tito visited Moscow Shown with him in this photo from a year ago are Red Party boss Khrushchev left and Premier Bulganin Action by Molotov Expected to Boost TitoRussian Ties WASHINGTON replacement of Soviet Foreign Minister Molotov was regarded in Washington Saturday as a welltimed move by the KhrushchevBulganin regime to strengthen its ties with Mar shal Tito of Yugoslavia Molotovs resignation announced in Moscow Friday on the eve of Titos arrival there had long been expected in Washington and other Western capitals The appointment of Dmitri Shepilov as his successor also came as no surprise Shepilov editor since 1952 of Pravda the Commu nist party newspaper had been major subject of speculation for the job U S officials said there was no reason to think that the change would alter American relations with the Soviet Union Nor did they expect to make any differ ence at all in the major lines of Soviet foreign policy developed by Communist party boss Nikita Khrushchev and Premier Nikolai Bulganin Shepilov Among Greeters Promise of Friendship By STANLEY JOHNSON MOSCOW Tito of Yugoslavia said Saturday he is sure will never again be a split among Communist countries such as occurred when he vith the Kremlin in 1948 The spirit of Lenins principles of collective leadership are such that I am sure there will never again be misunderstandings among the nations of the Socialist he declaredin a speech broadcast from Kievsky station Tito had just arrived in Mos cow to patch up whatever dif ferences remained between him and the new Soviet leaders On the platfrom to greet him was Dmitri Shepilov the new Soviet foreign minister and a friend of Tito Shepilovs appointment to succeed V M Molotov was an nounced Friday night Party Leaders Prime Minister Nikolai Bul ganin and Communist Party Boss Nikita S Khrushchev were out in front as Tito stepped from his special train in the gaily decor ated station As the train pulled in loud speakers in the station pro claimed Tito arrives in our capital on an exceptionally appropriate date the first anniversary of the signing of the communique in Belgrade which reestablishes the traditional fraternal relations of the two people who fought to gether against That was a reference to the trip Bulganin and Khrushchev made to Belgrade last year to patch up the split with Tito dating from 1948 News that Shepilov who had been editor of the Communist Party newspaper Pravda since December 1952 was succeeding Molotov won a favorable reac tion in Also on Hand Also on hand to greet Tito was Klementi Voroshilov chairman of the presidium of the Supreme So Benson Concludes His State Tour CLARtNDA Iffi Iowa farmers should wait and contact their vietThsre were reports here that county ASC committees before deiftlolotov be in line to sue Million Left to Grinnell College MUSKOGEE Okla tfl Grin nell College Grinnell Iowa was left more than three million dol lars by the late J F Darby Tulsa and Muskogee oil man it was disclosed Friday w The estate was distributed by of County Judge J E Beavers The bulk of the fortune went to the A i college which has fewer than a jthousancl student s Darbys a r ejwiclow Mrs Marine Poolc Darby 1 Muskogee received Further Efforts Some authorities said privately that the switch from Molotov to tlie younger Shcpilov could mean a more vigorous conduct of Sovi et diplomacy They said it could bring in tensified efforts in the fields of i n t e r n a tionnl confer encos official visits between Russia and other countries MOLOTOV and stepped up activity in the Middle East and South Asia But the most immediate signifi cance of the changeover was seen in Washington as involving further Russian efforts to repair the damage done b the Stalinist re gime to SovietYugoslav relations in 1948 Caused Revolf Stalinist pressures on Tito to knuckle under to Moscow at that time had caused the Yugoslav leader to revolt against Soviet domination and develop an inde pendent Communist position Molotov had been identified with the antiTito policy in 1948 and it was significant that he did not makt the trip with Bulganin and Khrushchev to Belgrade last year Shepilov did ciding on whether the new soil bank program can benefit them his year Secretary of Agriculture Benson said Friday Benson in an affable mood and jostling with hundreds of rural out from Nebraska City Saturday to wind up his inspection trip of farms in the IowaNebraska region The secretary started out from Des Moines Friday and had to cut his schedule short when he spent about an hour and 15 minutes talking with farmers bankers and other interested citizens on the Norman Winn farm near here The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy and warmer through Sunday Chance of thundershowers Sun day Low Saturday night 5054J and high Sunday 8082 Iowa Partly cloudy Saturday night and Sunday Scattered showers and thunderstorms ex treme northwest Saturday night and over northwest half Sun day Warmer Saturday night and in south and east Sunday Low Saturday night 50 north east 60 southwest Minnesota Showers warm GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Saturday Maximum Friday 66 Minimum Friday Night 41 At 8 Saturday 61 YEAR AGO ceed Voroshilov as the Soviet Unions titular president Hundreds of thousands lined the streets leading from the station to the Spiridonovka where Tito will begin his stay in Moscow Until Friday this was Molotovs official residence where he gave parties for visiting dignitaries A band a large crowd cheered the diplomatic corps was on hand Tito reviewed an honor guard and then shook hands with the Soviet leaders In a welcoming speech Voro shilov addressed the Yugoslav leader as Dear Comrade Tito addressed his welcomers as Dear Comrades leaders of the Soviet Union dear Then he spoke plainly of the diffi culties which had divided Yugo slavia and the Soviet Union in the past The common struggle of our peoples from the beginning to the end of the war against the com mon foe testifies to the great truth that our fates are inseparable and that there is much for which we can value and esteem each Tito said Maximum Minimum 64 5 SAME DATE Uf mrnrn traffic put SA houn   

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