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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 11, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowos Daily Newspaper Edited tor United Pull Wire THI NIWS CitY GLOBEGAZETTE ALL NO IT If 10 WAN S N E I G H I 0 R HOME EDITION Reject Soviet Views Proceed With Parley Plans LONDON Saturday rejected Soviet suggestions that 22 more nations be brought into the Suez Canal conference and that parley be postponed from next Thursday to the last of the month A Foreign Office spokesman said the reply was being deliv ered in Moscow Saturday by Brit ish Ambassador Sir William Hay ter British French and Ameri can diplomats conferred here be fore the British reply was decid ed upon The Soviet Union on Thursday accepted with a hedge of qualifi cations an invitation to the 24 nation conference but proposed that Red China other Communist states several neutrals and all the Arab stales from Morocco to Iraq be invited that the opening date be delayed and that the con ference site be shifted to Cairo Moscow also declared the confer ence as it is being set up by Brit ain France and the United States was not qualified to settle the future of Suez Talk of Force i Meanwhile talk of force in the dispute was being soft pedaled in JSevea CenU Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY AUGUST H ThU Paper Conifcts ot Two fORDTA f ITV m nrvAici n AP wirepiioto CUKU1ALITY BLOOMS Former President Harrv left smiles broadly as he poses with Gov xT ov Harriman of New York at his suite in a Chicago W1th Adlai Stev enson PH a enson Friday during preconvention maneuvering Jake More Warns of Big Surprise By W EARL HALL out for a big I Paris and London and diplomats of both Egypt and the Western powers worked behind the scenes to line up support for their sides But in Cairo demonstrators shouted Down with Britain France and America and pro njiu tji claimed a mobilization of the youth of Arab nations to carry arms in the battle of freedom and dignity alongside Egypt passed out another hint she would boycott the talks sched uled to start in London Thursday to find a way to interna tional control of the waterway nationalized by President Gamal Abdel Nasser July 26 The 22 other nationsinvited by Britain all indicated they would come although Russias accept ance was couched in reservations unacceptable to the West Nasser is expected to 0 Cairos official answer Sunday Egyptian diplomats also were surprise at this That was a warning issued to this reporter Saturday by Jake more votes for governor than for president A fact of politics too delicate to be talked about above a whis per is that Harriman with a give chairman mentioned South Da active abroad apparently tryifig to secure backing for Nassers position Special messages from the Egyptian strongman were de livered to Emperor Haile Selas sie of Ethiopia and President Tito of Yugoslavia Ethiopia will at tend the conference Yugoslavia was not invited Western Views The Western nations also circu lated their views on a solution for the crisis The United States passed around drafts of a compromise settlement among countries who have agreed to attend the meet ing Washington was reported slight ly more optimistic about chances of settling the Suez dispute peace fully Informants said top offi cials regarded the situation as still critical but arc convinced that the secret diplomatic activity and the moral pressure of world opinion have exerted a calming influence Washington circles expressed considerable hope Nasser would leave the way open for some sort of international control of the canal His reference was to what he called an amazing shift to Av erell Harriman and away from Adlai Stevenson on the eve of the national nominating convention If Adlai hasnt sewed it up by the second I dont think he Harriman will be the More said Count of Notes An informal count of noses in Iowas delegation of 24 votes ac cording to More has revealed at least an even split for the New York governor What is true of More said is equally true of other states The trend is to Harri i nance his own campaign T j of the Stevenson forces in Iowa isnt due here until Sunday but other Iowa delegates and back ers of the Illinois man are pre senting his point of view Its this Stevenson is a sure winner for the nomination and for the presi dency If were even half bright in Iowa well get on the band Candidate Answering the Trumans 1 Choice Awaited Harriman May Get Support BULLETIN CHICAGO OP Harry S Tru man was reported Saturday to have decided to express a per sonal preference for Averell Harriman as the Democratic presidential nominee but a will ingness to go along with Adlai Stevenson if he is nominated By THE ASSOCIATED PKESS CHICAGO Former President Truman kept the entire Demo cratic Party tingling with sus pense Saturday while it awaited announcement of his choice for the Democratic presidential nom ination Some Democrats with purported access to inside information pre dicted that his choice would be Jov Averell Harriman of New York Truman long has been say ng nice things about the gover nor and did so again Friday Others said it was incredible hat he would try to dump the Jontrunning Stevenson at this tage No First Hand Word No one could be found who laimed to have the word first and from Truman himself But most signs pointed toward a pronouncement he j regards both Stevenson and Har able would vote for Har riman if he were a delegate to next weeks convention Truman is not a delegate but will ad dress the convention Friday This sort of endorsement by the former President would boost the New York governors stock with out the partywrecking effect of any statement which implied that D a nee dSet tha Stevenson the qualifica in this connection the lowalman 1 our Harriman supporters in Iowa wil be handicapped if Stevenson wins Chairman More said I havent at any time snid anything against Stevenson All Ive said is that I think Harri kota If there is one vote for Stevcnson there it hasnt come to his attention More asserted While More wouid not say Qat ly that there isnt a Stevenson supporter among Democratic nominees for state office in Iowa he hinted at it broadly As a matter of he added I didnt make my own position preference for Harriman known until there had been an expression from the state ticket Also Backs Harriman Herschel Loveless Ottumwa Democratic nominee for gover nor is expected here Sunday He has come out for Harriman In an interview with an Ottumwa newspaper man he made known his reasons The New Yorker would havej Boy 5 Rescued Father Drowns KEOKUK 5yearold boy whose father drowned in an at tempt to rescue him from Lake Keokuk was reported in serious condition at a hospital here Sat urday The boy John Duncan son of Albert Duncan Niota fell from his fathers motorboat while they were riding on the lake 15 miles north of here late Thurs day Tie lad became entangled in the propeller blade of the boats motor Duncan dove in after him and disappeared Occupants of a passing boat rescued the boy who suffered from fractures and loss of blood head of Iowas Harriman forces a better chance of winning snow we cafi win with him and I am confident that we could win with While R M Spike Evans nominee for U S senator hasnt yet spoken out on the subject its being recalled here that he was the original backer of Harri man in Iowa Al Loveland Janesville is Florida Man Kitted When Hit by Train AMES fft A man identified as Lewis J Miller 39 Miami was killed outright when he was struck by the Milwaukee Ar row passenger train at Slater at about Saturday Dr A N Schanche Story Coun ty coroner said the mans right P fie Truman has made it emphati cally clear that come what may he expects to support and work for the Democratic nominee With Stevenson presently in a com manding position to win the nom ination associates thought Tru man would not want to say any thing against Stevenson that might be embarrassing in the gen eral election campaign Political Realist Truman a political realist was air Kids Day Draws Stage Show Race on Tap Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday ATTENDANCE 195S years aid by friends to recognize that any personal pat on the back for Harriman would not necessarily result in the New Yorkers nomi endorsement by nation A Stevenson Truman would convert n e xJL veeks convention into almost a cutanddried affair involving the hoice of a vice presidential nom nee and the formula for writing a platform plank on civil rights acceptable to the South A Harriman endorsement would provide the delegates with the excitement which is usually the hallmark of a Democratic jnjside and chest were crushed Theiconvention Trumans support for Harri he said He coroner said railroad offices told i be more helpful o me in my contest than would Adlai Steven IT T i t wuauiu uiu norui rau 01 the Here Loveless harked back to track but was unable to stop in 19o2 when he received him the engineer Floyd Lutze rejman would no doubt cut into ported seeing the man sitting dilStevensons strength Estimates rectly beside the north rail of the of potential losses ranging from 75 to upward of 150 votes were heard from Stevenson partisans PROTEST PROVES FATAL NEW YORK Gut rcrvez S was frightened at the prospect of having his long curly hair cut for the first time He fled to the bathroom of his par ents apartment Friday and locked himself in Then he crawled out a window and fell ma floors to his death Action on 280 Bills Completed WASHINGTON UP Presi dent Eisenhower has completed action on the last of the 280 bills left on his desk when Congress adjourned His final stroke of the pen Fri day made into law a bill which codifies all military laws dealing with the armed services It makes no change in the laws themselves Just before affixing his signa ture to the bottom of the stack he vetoed measures to in riv ers and harbors construction two bridges across the Ohio River the Internal Revenue Code dealing with foreign tax credit for British income Amend the Internal Revenue Code to provide a special meth od of taxation for real estate in vestmertt trusts The Presidents cleanup action brought to the number of bills he approved and 23 the num ber he vetoed in the second ses sion of the Democraticled 84th Congress Principal vetoes in the recent session were the first high parity farm bill the natural gas bill the military construction bill and the rivers and harbors bill His box score on the first ses sion of the 84th Congress was 879 bills approved and 11 vetoed Bob Crosbys Wife in Suit for Divorce LOS ANGELES Bob Crosby was sued for divorce Friday by his wife June who charged he had beaten her Mrs Crosby also asked Superior Court to restrain him from molesting her pending trial of the divorce suit Attendance Friday at the North Iowa Fair soared to a oneday record crowd of high est in history Kids Day was credited with much of the boost in attendance The youngsters were admitted free Friday both at the gate and j to a special grandstand matinee Rides at the midway were cut for the day Total attendance so far also is running ahead of last years all time high Through Friday in 1955 persons passed through the fair gates A total of have attended the fair to date this year Saturdays program was ex ected to be a top drawing card with the county junior show live stock sale in the morning and a 100mile stock care race before randstand in the afternoon Hills stage show is to per in the evening Prfetf Two calves tied for the highest tprice paid Saturday at the annual junior livestock sale at the North Iowa Fair Johnson and Son Mason City p3iQ 3 hundred we isjht A wL MivvTii nvi i italic nppeo oeei shown by Dclton DIxoii South Atlantic towaijd the West Indies Saturday with Route 3 Mason City He received WindsUD to 120 an hrn The Franklin County 4B judging team Friday won the dis st at North Iowa Fair for the fifth time in the last six rePreseTlfc the district at the state fair 1 Hanson Dows alternate David Van Wert nampTon Hampton holds ie Holstem the boys are lookiog over Rehder is Franklin CouritV youth assistant Seasons First Hurricane Nears THE WEST INDIES UP The firsffufffaiowrt hurricane ripped f r T i ui Ua y windsup to 120 miles an hour and signsof heightening fury dubbed along rat 16 miles an hour and weathermen expected the whirler to pass near the oftbattered Island of Dominica before noon The Weather Bureau ordered PuertoRico and the Virgin Islands placed on hurricane watch with a warning that the tempest was likely to increase in intensity during the next 12 hours Betsy was then centered about 450 miles eastsoutheast of SanJauri and was moving westnorthwest Weathermen forecast rising winds around Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands and warned of possible dangereus gales high tides and heavy seas later in the day for his blue ribbon Angus Also receiving was Larry 3 Clear Lake whose blue ribbon Angus was pur chased by Field andKaasa Han lonton The calf weighed pounds The top purpleribbon the first one bought by Costas for a hundred weight It was shown by Billy Rockwell Two other calves sold for They were purchased by the Mason City Hatchery from Wayne Zook Route 1 Clear Lake and by Clem Hebel from Roger Heimbuch Route 4 The stands were full for the auction in the livestock building NORTH BRANFORD Conn bone said that when he reued until Nearly 400 police said a wounded Air gained consciousness hi w i f e head of baby beeves all shown bv Force sergeant toid them a strange man invaded his home Friday night and shot him without warning after announcing he was going to kill the airmans wife Gunman Invades Home Gl Is Wounded Wife Missing J R Dick nations top aviation men discuss mutual prob wpr a world map The men were gathered for the national board ofAirport are a board member and R D Schmidt Tucson SAME BUek 34 traffic 4eath T Sgt Albert W Dreppard 26 a 32 caliber bullet in his left TIME MARCHES ON READING England Research Institute announced Saturday it is working on a hew type of farm train pigs w j i ui uauy ail SfiOWn Grace 29 had jCerro Gordo County 4H mem The next time you sec your wife sheJl be he quoted Ihe gunman assaying A Middletown hospital put Drep pard oh tbe critical a des ignation it usesfor all head in jury patients Early reports in dicated he wouldrecover Police who set up road blocks and combed the woods in this area said they had found no trace of Mrs Dreppard 12 hours after ui ina nours aiier to go without food from Saturday receiving her husbands report noon to Monday so farm hands can work a week About The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy Satur day night and Sunday Little change in temperature Highs Sunday afternoon 8085 Lows Saturday night 5762 Iowa Partly cloudy through Sunday Slightly cooler east and south portions night and Sunday Low Sat urday night 5762 High Sunday 7881 north 8285 south Minnesota Fair pleasant GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Saturday Maximum Friday 82 Minimum Friday night 60 At 8 Saturday 71 Precipitation 02 YEAR AGO Maximum 84 Minimum 49 bers were sold Pigs Sold FFA and 4H market pigs wera sold Friday afternoon with blue ribbon animals going at two dol lars over the days market price Listings of blue ribbon winners in all departments will appear PROGRAM SATURDAY area from other barracks to re lieve men who had been working through the night an officer said We havent turned up a Neighborscared for the Drep pards small child Police said Dreppard described the intruder as speaking with a heavy Russian This was the airmans story He and his wife had settled down to watch the BrownsAll Stars football game on TV a man rang the doorbell and identified himself as a state po liceman Admitted to the house he drew a pistol berated Dreppard and his wife as lousy Americans and said he was not a state po liceman but a Russian flyer who had been forced down Dreppard said the man then shot him and he knew nothing more until he regained conscious City Hill show SUNDAY 20th Century Shows on Midway car races officially closes next week in the GlobeGazettes monthly farm tabloid Aut Swensons Thrillcade helped to boost Fridays attendance fig ures The emcee called the Thrill cade mechanized mayhem but to the youngster dominated crowds this was an understate ment walls of and doing looptheloops with cars held most of the spectators breathless through the twohour perform ance ness and help called neighbors for Crashing through rolling over Triple Loop One of the highlights of the show was a triple loop done by a halfton juggernaut which hurtled down a skyramp car   

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