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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 9, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowos Daily Newspaper Edited for the Associated Press and UnJtod Prew Full Uase Wires CITY GLOBEG TMI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES NORIH HOME EDITION Eag G Truman to Reveal His Candidate Preference MASON CITY QWA THURSDAY AUGUST 9 rtus Patwr Consists of Four One nounce before UKparty ciywenXmeric Sonic n meets next Monday his I P V whcre erence for thc Democratic presi demial nomination Asked if he is against any Truman told a news conference tlle candidates mentioned for he has not yel reached final conDomination Truman replied candidate to supa broad grin Trumans might be of fered to thc convention if a dead lock developed in the battle be ofjtwcen Adlai E Stevenson and Avore1 Harriman of New AUTO BLOCKADE Grading Is Stopped at Junk Yard Site into heir car lire area Thmsdav A reporter told Tmman there1 had been reports he intended to announce for Stevenson The re porter asked if this were Truman replied he was not going to make any statement now but will make his choice before Sun day j Later in the conference Tru jinan qualified this somewhat He isaid he was here getting informa tion about the candidates and the platform enough informa in a position Receives Crown at Fair To Enter U S Event ATTENDANCE Monday Wednesday 1955 CROWD FILLS GRANDSTAND AT The temporary grandstands were jammed Wednesday night at the North Iowa Faitat the final performance of the MovieIand Animal Stars A regional Queen of the Fur It wasnt necessarily a beauty contest but a real beauty won the regional Queen of the Furrow 1 competition Wednesday at the North Iowa Fair fail n ivc thc fomal sress and vas lakcn race broke up reporters pressed settle the matter H Havenilfs a chance to course U Truman said I dont get enough A meeting is to be held at West Haven Thursday night toi decide what further moves will be made in ho drive against esl tablishmont of the junk yard nearby Haven Thursday CC did not tell meeting Two Women Die in Auto Crash you looking asked for in are reporter from e s killed morn in c had a ncar on n c a a Thursday Three others nference with an attorney buliwerp injured critically d not tell the results of that Deat were Mrs Mabel eeting Madison S D and her aimV Kffress owner of thc Mrs Do Hanson about TO of Two women m Truman in an auto mpms lhe on Seal Off Portion of Mine MARCJNELLE Belgium j band A total ednesday Airmen Soon to Be Free of KP DUTY The Air Force has authorized commanding officers of certain wlth In response to questions Tru I Rcscue Teams sealed off the levels of the burning Bois coal mine Thurs an estimated 30 of men trapped below in saving thc others from aid The platform should PpCr very specific and plain on as it was in 1948 and in I r persons attended the L Russ to Join in Parley own food service to insure their City Iron and at the site a few minulw ThursM A car driven hv Mrs Hanson said he Inv morning Hls firm is 17 about ninR 10 move from 308 sth S north of here and overturned Ir UCSt ln the to the location across thc condition at G fcn his schcd aPpcarance the Plat would issueone cast of West Haven Not Necessary Effress agreed to meet County Hospital here Mildred Earhart sister of Hanson and Mrs Earhart torney but as ofThursdayVnornKose allof Washington D mg Havenites did not feel thru a lawyer was necessary to present their case The blockading pickets are at their around the clock and promise to remain days and 15 nights if we have to and coffee table is in operation for the picketers The West no contract people had a word of thanks ending n nineday strike uptown people and crPPled the nations major donating food and coffee smelting facilities Committee later in the day He said he had nnt changed his oxygen tanks strapped toi acks workers descended shaft of the mine in relavs bie of s u vci acdS rOTATlC food service personnel the Air Force said GS KP duty I Command Air vicHnS h f Air Transport Ser vice and their farflung domestic bases a field of 20 And the lyoung lady with haze eyes earned her crown under a scoring system that put greatest emphasis ou personality She has it The queen received a watch and a chance to compete against eight other regional win ners in the national finals at Newton Sept 15 Plow Matches The national queen will reign as official hostess at the Nation al Field Day and Plow Matches m Jasper County Sept 2023 And the queen chosen at Newton also earns a threeday Dream Week LONDON WThe Soviet Union Wlth her at Chicago qualifica a real experi Alcoa Union ThreeYear Contract To emphasize this heheld up a booklet entitled To Secure These1 Rights which he said he had published m 1947 while President assertion as to civil aavs and NEW YORK f came after a reporter noted A tck mlnum ComPany of America and lhat Stevenson had called this operation Unied Steel signed aW lor endorse est Havenlhrcevear no contract mcntf of the SuPnie Courts ruli piulinp n 01 racial integration in thil jfilled shaft down about feet They hoped them to descend he vvhere most of thi Urapped men were believed to be were trapped when BT THE PRES Thunderstorms Hit Centerville Region IT THE ASSOCIATED caused by a short circuit an elevator cable and sent crashing to the bottom of A series join the London confer ence on Suez Siding with Egypt Moscow de clared President Nassers nation alization of the Suez Canal was denied that thc Lon don conference was competent to LCJ settle the dispute and demanded that it be greatly enlarged to in Miss Wilson said after Wednesday nights contest before the fair grandstand Was she surprised at the out come Surprised guess she said ihe brownhaired beauty was neutral and racial integration in 600 Votes was asked at one poinl commission and thc board of supervisors Thursday the zoning unit asked for an immediate expenditure of SI SOO for preparation of a couniv zoning plan Wednesday Meeting The meeting was promised1 West Haven residents by zoning commission members at a Wcxf nesday night meeting A dclofiaiion from the area wiih the County Zoning Com mission Wednesday night in the of ice of the Cerro Gordo County Attorney They heard of future plans for th zoning of the county and of their particular area bin found that the sectioning will come too late to help them pre vent the construction of a junkj yard in their neighborhood i County Attorney William Pap pas read the statute regarding county zoning to thc delegation but explained that any business which had been established prior to the presentation of a complete plan would be allowed to stand Partial Plan Mrs Rob Roy Cerncy 704 E State said lhat the commission has a partial plan for county zon ing ready to submit to thc county supervisors but that funds for nj complete survey have been dej niecl the commission Pappas pointed out that a com prehensive plan which divides thei county into districts is required before the supervisors can act Zoning regulations must be uni form throughout each district The delegation from West Haven asked that a zoning plan for their district be taken to the county supervisors Thursday Mrs Ccrney said I wish the County Board of Supervisors could be represented here If they would put up the funds to have the survey made zoning could be DR PACE TOLEDO WVDr A A Pace S5 who practiced medicine in Tama County for more than 60 j died Wednesday Rescue workers removed nine six injured miners from upper levels is somewhere in the sealedoff pasreported 759 new polio cases ir sages If they were not alreadyjweek That was 650 fewer thanihome roll call Mevcnson supporters sav their in the for the week snce elude Soviet bloc Arab countries Russia also proposed that the conference now slated to begin 16 be postponed until the end of August Airlift Delayed The Moscow announcement was made as Britain postponed the hit me city ol Centerstart of a major airlift of troops Used coilsiderable damage to Mediterranean and was the but in Centerville to pull some limbs A builS S damage from fallen andtmUltaiV forces from Germany to mnos A Duiidmg at the Levine a metal fabricating firm wasicope WIth lhe Suez crisis The by the wind and was not explained Polio Cases Remnin weie other scattered reports no official confir wind damage to structures jmaljpn or denial of the report of Several southeast Iowa areas possible movements from had spectacular electrical storms I Fairfield a lightening Prmie Minister Eden Wednes the 2yearold farm y night declared Britain does oz Mr andin0t want to fight but at lhe same two childrenUme made plain lhat sht can nev Fairfield at the time but er accePl what he called Nassers among friends in the competition Those in the contest all were farm PROGRAM THURSDAY 20th Century Shows on Midway 7 and Coneer Clear Lake Gordo County Rural Youth Day Pro gram FRIDAY 20th Century Shows on Midway Special prices on rides to children under 16 gate admission free to children under 16 open Guernsey Jersey Brown Swiss district junior live stock judging contest cade in Free for children under 16 Gordo County ti i ooys oc was still off in parts of the citvilinH i n aS tions i i j ilhe invitation left 3 of the 24 nai nmPm A ine fence and screen at a CenUons invited by the three Western Swensons Thrill terville drivein theater were levPowers to be heard from Thev1 cade elled and a filling station outside are Egypt Greece and Spain the city was damaged extensiveEgypts answer is expected Sungirls between 16 and 20 with 4H ily Highway 60 north of Centerville day and it is expected to be And Miss Wilson has was blocked for several hours by tive There already have beenlnia DacljSround in 4H work which a huge fallen tree here that the conferencefwould difficult to equal I DLL EQUIPMENT Grading equipment I Wos HK m the pJWscd iimk yard location east of Haven as a solid line of cars block entrance from Thl6 Ihurs contractor agreed to refrain from lwa i0inacio 01 to give protesting residents of the j extremely hard wind a huge fallen tree James Douglas a highway trolman reported his car was blown off the highway when he tried to drive into town during the storm The consensus at Center jvillc however was that the storm j was not a tornado but it was an j uciu i if cli cations here that the conference on with or without Egypt resens o e est Haven neighborhood time to work out the problem junk nearby went into the second day 0f Pickets were on duty throughout the night into junk yard and no into tne area Thursday No All About I The Weather Mason City Fair through Friday High Friday 8285 Low Thurs day night 5863 Iowa Generally fair Thursday night and Friday Low Thurs I day night 6268 i Minnesota Scattered showers in south continued pleasant GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Thursday Maximum Wednesday 83 Minimum Wednesday night 63 At 8 Thursday 70 Precipitation oj YEAR AGO Maximum gj Minimum 57 REGIONAL QUEEN Glenda Wilson Eagle Grove regional Queen of the ad dresses the grandstand crowd at 4H Presidency She was slate 4H president in the summertosummer 195455 iyear n late 1955 she was a dele jgate to the national 4H Club Con jgress after receiving a state certi ficate for citizen achievement In addition last summershe was one of four girls represent ing Iowa at a Christian leacJership camp at Shelby Mich Miss Wilson is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Glen Wilson The family farms 160 acres southeast Eagle Grove A packed grandstand audience saw KGLO farm director Al Heinz introduce each of the 20 candidates who appeared in thc Queen of the Furrow contest Contest Judges were Othie R McMurray Des Moines Camille Sloan KSMN womens director and Ardell Stone buyer for a Mason City department store Ruth Ann Lauster and Joyce Nordman Meservey members of the Grimes Golden Gals 42 club won thc senior 4H girls county demonstration contest at the holds a wrist tic of the regional title The two girls by virtue of their victory received a trip to the   

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