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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 14, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowos Doily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE MB u r A K B 8 n t N t W r A r i K THAT ii A ir c e A THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION AMOcUted Pren United Fun Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY AUGUST 14 1956 This Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection Ullv Jvdt Adlai Planning 2nd Ballot Offensive Compromise on Suez Is Pushed Pressure mounted Tuesday for a compromise over Uie Suez Canal that would save the pride of both Britain and The pressure came from statesmen and newspapers as delegates arrived to begin a 22nation conference Thursday on the canals jutiire Britain France and the United States arranged the conference to work out international control of the 103mile waterway Prime Minister Eden and Premier Mahmoud Fawzi began series of meetings with diplomatic representatives taking part in the London Egypt precipitated the crisis last month by seizing the Suez Canal Co It refused to attend the London conference but proposed one of its own There were reports the United States and India had put forward separate compromise proposals The reports could not be con firmed No Reason A Foreign Office spokesman said he had no reason to believe the United States had changed its views since joining last week in of countries 15 Dead 26 njured in Cafe Blast Wreckage Litters Utah Mining Town uram t mining community Monday President Nasser ofEovpt 15 injuring more route to London He had ah dlT f1 the long talk on his arrival with tbe busy clock eign Secretary Sehvyn Llovd Re TI w i i iu suits of the talk were not J Sma11 closed brick and cmderblock Lariat Cafe Eden before summoning edgf U SHighway 1ST Cabinet into special session re the oulskirts of town The caf ceived leaders of the opposition I gn was al that was left stand Labor Party TJie tor wreckage did no Opposition Leader Hugh Gaitsjbucrn kell said the Conservative Prime bomc of tne bodies were blown Minister seemed broadly intnrougn workers agreement with the views prefouncl lwo cases of eggs in the Kt tlin r ThAV llnro Krnlrrtw rubble They were not broken Flew Apart Two utility company employes Jerry Fitch 28 and Fran Urry sented by the Labor delegation The Labor Committee in Parlia ment Monday asked Eden to give a public guarantee that Britain would not attack Egypt over the18 boln Lake City sur issue of the canal Ivivod They had just begun to ea Iranian Foreign Minister AIiwhcn tne cafe flew apart Smft Choli Ardalan arriving for the conference suggested that Nasser first thing I noticed I was in the air I just remem iber going straight up and coming jriown and seeing what I was com Dulles Confident WASHINGTON Secretary down Fitch and Urry of Dulles said Tuesday after meeting with President Eisenhower he is confident of a peaceful solution of Hie Suez Canal dispute tn a While House statement he said he confident a formula would were blown out of the cafe and i landed on the ground unhurt I remember one little boy shouting My daddys killed My daddys killed1 Then there was a little girl who cried Mommas dead The identical thing prac be found the London itically That was the thing that conference which would assure was really Fitch said dependable international operaj Leaking Gas tion of the Canal Egypt has i It was believed the explosion jwas caused by leaking natural gas Some said the cafe had just was in a mood to compromise hooked up to a gas line But recalled Nassers proposal SunFire Chief Robert F Bryan said day for an alternative 45natiWhc would start an investigation meeting Tuesday before commenting on Hope Prevails the cause According to his said Nearly the entire town of about Ardalan he is willing to have a went to the scene to help conference to find a solution SoPrivate homes and churches were Jong as you have a into first aid units or meetings and you I morgues hope of finding a so Blood and serum albumen were flown from the Red Cross in Salt ny theBntLake City 240 miles to the nortb n D u WS loadlngjwest Doctors and nurses were 0 British army trucks andbrought in from surrounding other equipment The ships Gercommunities to help the San MIAMI MAY BE SPARED Betsy Poised Off Coast of Florida MIAMI Betsy i coast than 300 milfi iwav Betsyjcoast P WGre V andj thousands were homeless in the thundered m the direction of the islands of the Atlantic heavily populated Florida east Miami itself received a brief Lake Vetoes Water System Bond Issue CLEAR at Clear Lake Monday voted two to one against a bond issue to mprove the city water system Dnly 380 votes were cast with tropical storm should swing furth er up the coast and spare the city the worst punch If the present course is main tained it may be necessary to ex tend the hurricane warnings a bit further north of the Favorite Sons Holding Back By JACK BELL CHICAGO w Adlai E Stevensons forces Tuesday appeared to e engaged in a strategic retreat away from an allout effort to cap ture the Democratic presidential nomination on the first ballot the former Illinois governor found himself confronted bv a tightening freeze of favorite son and Southern state Satfons I apparently planning to scatter their votes among half a dole no more names while they waited to see which way the decision might1 Stevenson the partys nominee in 1952 was reported as plan ning to shoot the works on the second ballot Delegates faced a full day of party oratory in this second day of the national convention Its Platform Committee vorked on the touchy civil rights plank Speaker of the House Sam Ray burn of Texas takes over the Candidates Appear at Iowa Caucus By W EARL HALL CHICAGO An Iowa jeld Tuesday in its Palmer House icadquarters proved to be i battleground in two regards 1 A hitherto whispered insinua tion that Illinois forces for Steven son were planning to pack the gal Series for him Thursday night wai brought into the open 2 Three candidates for the presidential nomination Harri man Stevenson and Chandler appeared before the lowans in a personal plea for support Mrs Roosevelt Too Eleanor Roosevelt accompanies Stevenson and paid high compu raent to him A Texas repre sentative in Congress appeare a weather for Johnson and Hu IJJ 4L M tn VXULI WtiXJAUU that indicated the mighty bert Humphrey of Minnesota Martha Raye in Poor Condition at Miami Beach MIAMI BEACH Fla dienne Martha Raye was toward the west at 14 to a hospital Tuesday in criticalmiles a hour her condition after of sleeping pills nuUetin said At the same time the threat to the Miami area southward would be Miami was only 260 miles west of Betsys center She was lum cordially received in his ow Appeal for support as a vice presi denttaJ candidate Two North Laub Cresco 248 No and 126 Yes A 60 per cent majority is necessary to pass a xmd issue The bond issue would have fi lanced laying of eightinch water mains to provide adequate pres ure for areas farthest from the i The Weather Bureau said fur Her physician Dr Ralph Robther hurricane preparations in bins said the 39yearold televiMiamf already taking form in the sion star had taken about 2oil0anlingju1p of fronts cot 50 additional fire hy plant and drants The vote by wards Yes 64 No Yes No Yes 98 No sleeptng ptUs and was in very poor A maid found Miss Raye un conscious on the floor of her ami Beach home at 3 a isanamas T v session ai delayed pending further word onare used lowans George and S J Jack Calvin Hampton took the lead in demanding action for more Iowa tickets to the nominating session Whereas up to 900 tickets have been allocated to Iowa for the earlier session many of them not the number for Thursday night has been reduced to 90 The same old Galvin charged We saw it under Kelly and his crowd Responsibility in the present situation was ascribed in Jake Arvey although in his defense it at which all tickets issued gavel as permanent chairman Morris Oltumwa TllPCrlav nirrVif UUHJS UllUlTlWd AP Wirephoto A PRETTY TOUCH Carol Miss Uni verse of 1956 poses with her state banner on the floor of the Democratic national convention before Monday nights session She was a guest of the Iowa del egation Echoes Carol Drops in on Iowa Delegation By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor had a field day Monday night when Miss Carol known as Miss Universe of dropped in unexpectedly on the Iowa delegation at convention hall She was a guest of her Ottum wa friend and neighbor HerscheJ oveless who just happens to be he Democratic nominee for gov his partys record are one He cannot pry them we close of the posing v s Mn ajjd Mrs Harpy Truman claimed their seats in the mezzanine immediately above night in preparation for vhat may develop Wednesday nto a crackling battle over the ivil rights issue The delegates got their first big rhance to whoop it up in Demo cratic fashion Monday night when Gov Frank G Clement of Ten nessee blasted at President Eisen lower and Vice President Nixon n the keynote speech Board of Directors Clement said no Democrat vishes the President anything but the best health but he said the people are entitled to enow if Eisenhower plans to run he country under a White House board of directors They are entitled to have him accept all responsibilities that be long upon him including tha most unbearable load of all the responsibility for Nixons irre Clement declared Again and again the packe convention hall applauded stamped and roared as the youth fid governor laid Info the Repub licans as the party of privilege and He shouted at one point The Presidents record are one and he same part Rougher Treatment the storms course The bulletin be said high seas the western tides would run man agent said consular officials told him Gibraltar Malta or Cy prus was the most probable destination This meant the ship ment was part of the big British air land and sea buildup in the Mediterranean Some newspapers favored a strong line for Britain and France But the independent Paris Figaro said the attitude of U S Secretary of State Dulles willj weigh heavily on the results ofj the He has come out for moderation County Hospital staff of three doctors here Man in Hospital After Crashing Into Truck c Shepilov Arrives With a Warning LONDON Foreign Minister D T Shepilov arrived for the London Suez talks Tuesday with a blunt warning that Russia considers Egypts consent Xnec essary for any settlement of the disput The Soviet delegation will do everything possible to seek ways for settlement of the points at is sue through agreement by all the states concerned with the neces sary participation of the state of Egypt and on the basis of the full sovereigntyof Shep ilov said He accented that all the states apparent hint that Russia will start the talks off with a demand for veto power The Big Three want majority rule of a truck on Highway 69 cast of Clarion at Monday The accident occurred a mile south of the Greyhound junction Sann driving a 1950 model car was driving north when he struck the rear of a trucktractor that was driven by Henry F York 33 Dothan Ala York had stopped on the pavement to give assist ance to a truck that was stuck on the shoulder He had just re turned to his truck and was be ginning to pull away when Sann collided with it Sann is in fair condition at the Clarion hospital with several broken ribs concussion multiple face lacerations and a fractured left kneecap MRS STOODARD DIES DES MOINES A E Stoddard 61 wife of a Slate High way Commission engineer and a former Iowa State College faculty member died at a hospital here Monday Ridgeway Flier Is Road Crash Victim ROCHESTER Minn Joseph Richard Klimesh 23 Ridgeway Iowa died at a hos pital here Monday of injuries suf fered in a traffic accident nejfr Spillville Iowa Klimesh who was home on a weekend pass from his Air Force base at Minneapolis had been in a coma since the accident Satur day night Authorities said his car went off a curve of the high way He suffered a severe skull fracture in the crash About r I The Weather City Partly cloudy chance of an occasional show er or thunderstorm Tuesday low Considerable cloudi Wednesday ness and cooler High 7580 Partly cloudy scattered thunderstorms and cooler Tues day night low 5058 north south Partly cloudy and cooler Wednesday Showers cooler GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Tuesday Maximum Monday g2 Minimum Monday night 56 At 8 Tuesday 72 YEAR AGO Maximum 17 Minimum 49 a half hour after the actress had tldeSh WOUld rui come home for the night She 1 above normal aneon the Florida coast as the storm come home for the called the doctor Robbms said Miss Raye been despondent for the i progressed hadj indications then were hit between that she had not fulfilled FloriJ das one year residence re AYT ssrsir volved in a court suit with Bar bara Ann OShea wife of her bodyguard Mrs OShea is suing the actress for damages claiming that Miss Raye capti vated her husband and stole his affections that Palm More Tickets Jake More and Alberta Kelly delegation chairman and national committeewoman v e I y promised 10 cuiranue fight for more Hawkeye tickets Harriman leading the list of Nixon came in for rougher reatment Clement called him the vicehatchet man of the Re ublican a harkback to ixons 1954 campaign speeches which enraged Democrats claimed cast reflections on their partys loyalty Clement accused the Republi cans of favoring a privileged monopoly over the farmers small businessmen and workers of the country By contrast he said the Demo crats are close to the heart of the adding that they pos sess the leadership and experi ence to conduct the affairs of the Iowa delegate section Cam eras straightway shifted from the girl classified as the America successfully on the home front and on world from most beautiful in the world to a smil ing exPresident and a former presiding lady in the White House not so smiling After greeting the Trumans Carol left for a TV commitment downtown preparatory to flying to Ottunnva for a reception from her admiring hometown neigh bors There was a hope that she would be formally presented to the convention from the rostrum but officials ruled against it Ill never forget Clear she assured this reporter in a brief chat She obviously is the same unspoiled girl she was two served on a HMMMMM CHICAGO man and woman Tuesday handed out Ike uttons in the lobby of the Conrad ftlton Hotel headquarters for the Democratic National Convention SAMf DAT 19SS4SS U by late tonight the Weather Bureau said Betsy first full hurricane of the year had already killed 3 per sons injured 50 others and caused two million dollars damage in a march across Puerto Rico two days ago Reports trickling in from southeastern Puerto Rico said were homeless in a score of towns wrecked by the hurricane FLORIDA UlUflUilCU candidates on the progranirwal wasjyears ago when I presented by Al Loveland his f Z aPPIauded she toldjboard which adjudged her Miss Iowa manager His appeal for a t Democrats among otherjlowa as the climax to Cover not to depend too much on nors Days the partys Backs Stevenson Iowa manager His appeal for sound agriculture included a pledge of 100 per mer 90 per he charged just dont know how to use a Godgiven abundance Democrat could use It to win in our figh with Eisenhower was identified bj Harriman as The man to He was accused of throwing up a roadblock for progress right in the middle of the highway Harriman put in a good word CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 A tianttr PATH OF HURRICANE This the whlch was teadtri toward the east coast of the U S Tuesday She is supporting Stevenson Truman has endorsed Gov Aver ell Harriman of New York Tru man is 72 Mrs Roosevelt 71 In the face of pleas for party unity Southern delegations FORMALITY Fortunately most of the painful formality in herent in a party convention is compressed into the opening ses sion Welcoming addresses intro duction of local party workers tha formal call are about as ex a dictionary As I look about me in my press gallery in I note more vacant than occupied umi oouuiern delegations re v are auout a mained hesitant Tuesday to comciting as a torn out afc mit themselves on presidential m from a dictionary nomination candidates until the convention decides whether the party should endorse the Supreme Courts decision barring racial segregation in public schools Gov Frank J Lauscho who has most of Ohios 58 pledged to him made it clear he Ar expects to wait out several ballots f5 KVT 1S Imostly of the sPeak before he releases his delegation ts my good luck I dont think there will be thnl SCjuarely in front of early disposition of the nomina rea couple of TV screens seats This may prove that I am more faithful to my reportoriai trust than some of my colleagues S my owa of Ten also Lausche said Clement Backed A favorite son move by nessee for Gov Clement lelped to chip aawy some of Stevensons first ballot strength The Tennessee delegations de ision Tuesday to throw its 32 rotes to Clement on the first roll call appeared to be one factor n a strategic retreat by Stev enson from any allout effort to apture the nomination on the irst round Meanwhole Sen Lyndon B ohnson of Texas who has be ome something of a maybe andidate for the top nomination aid that no one has offered me hy kind of a deal to swing exas 56 votes to any other can idate which give me the same pictures you are seeing in your own home I am reminded anew that a per son with eyes glued on TV can actually see more of the conven tion proper than can anybody in this press gallery A reporter does have certain advantages how ever in covering the business conducted in caucuses and other places not normally open to a camera crew STEVENSON PIONEERMa rian Hammer Newton attorney na who is attending his fourth tvonal democratic convention as a delegate is possibly the original lowan for Stevenson Four years ago at primary election time in the spring Ham mer was asked to go to Spring neid to appeal a case   

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