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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 15, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NII6HBORS HOME EDITION BACK TO SCHOOL NEWS FEATURED IN THIS ISSUE VOL UX1I AsMciited Prew ind United Prcu rull Seven CeaU Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY AUGUST 15 1954 Paper o Four No Itt Stevenson Victory All But Clinched ADLAI STEVENSON Margin Mounts lowan Wants Solid Vote for Adlai Baxter Criticizes Harriman Backers By W EARL HALL Parley on Suez to Open Claim Nasser Wants Peace LONDON ft For cign Minister said Wednesday President Nasser of Egypt told him he would agree to maritime nations advising on Suez Cana operations but insisted it is the sovereign right of Egypt to run the Foreign Minister Hamidul Haq Chowdry arriving for the Sue Canal conference from talks with Nasser said the Egyptian Presi dent is ready to enter into a cove nant with all nations who signed the 1888 convention guaranteeing freedom of navigation in the canal Chowdry told reporters at th airport The Egyptian President want a peaceful and happy solution fr the problem Egypts Right He is not adverse to the v ting up of a body ePresentingon lne irst baUot acc0rriing the users of the canal to advise Ray Bavter Burlington Steven311 seemed to be Steven the organization which he has set W chairman in Iowa The up to manage and administratediction was made Wednesday at Wlth his name not yel it He still believes it is the soveran lowa rany of Stevenson forces Placcd in Domination Stevenson eign right of Egypt to nm the The Burlington man was has votesonly 34 shorl of Harry Truman Jakeiof A few hours earlier Iowa chairman and Her1 of State Dulles arrived for theschcl Loveless gubernatorial CHICAGO least probably Iowas 24 votes 3 States Promise Support Favorite Sons in Key Roles From Our Wire Services AdJai E Stevenson ihas all but won the Democratic presidential nomination Two big northern delegations Michigan and New Jersey were released Wednesday morning by i their favorite sons in his favor They were followed in early after noon by 26vote Arkansas With his man driving toward an apparently sure first ballot vic1 tory James A Finnegan Stevenj son campaign manager said the situation looks No Concession And one of the managers of I Gov Averell Harriman of Newj York currently running second said privately that Stevenson ap parently had enough votes to win Harriman headquarters issued a X v 71 K A Adlai Lacks Fighting HST cast foAdlasevenson stateent breaks required needed to party standard for 1956 Bitter Battl conference opening Thursday The effect of their supi expressed hope for a solution to Averell Harriman he Stevenson scored his gams de spite a bitter battle that former vital to the preservatioriaTJid well being of UKS entire Britain France and the United charged is to create disunity where unity is needed In calling for a solid Stevenson States are insisting on intcmationvot Baxler harked back aiiung the vital 103mile ago were stm voting President Harry S Truman was waging for Averell Harriman C NYCli Mill VUlnJK way under guarantees more bindfor RarkJ and Kerr after ranks systcm envisaged byjnad won he said Thes Michigan move the first big break in the favorite son Nasser On the eve of the conference tempers obviously were cooling with Stevensons campaign Doubt was expressed by Baxter again rolling It appeared prob whcther either Loveless or Spike there would be only one roll Evans Senate nominee will voteicai when the convention gets Differences although still great for Harriman even on the firstdown to picking its were not so threatening as a week f th gre smarti Thursday night a J nominee ago The Pakistan statement dove tailed with a plan reportedly brought to the conference by V K Krishna Menon of India to bridge the gap between Egypt and the W7eslera Powers Daily Operation Diplomats understood the In dian plan would give Egypt the right to manage daily operation of the canal It would set up an international authority with ad visory powers on such matters as toll charges and future mcnt of the canal The latest problem the Western Big Three was a re theyll yield to their To this spurt Stevensons forces he predicted expected to add later in the day Commencing of a support from Tennes visit by Truman to Ottumwa fen sees 32vote delegation The a labor meeting on Sept 1 vote now is pledged to ter said GOV Frank G Clement conven He will be speaking for StcvUon keynoter who is angling for enson the presidential j second place on the ticket the very same man Truman now is saying cant be In the breakdown of Stevenson support by congressional districts oie two votes were claimed bv theT Publlc o uov imir rvctriM Frank J Lausche the favorite No Commitments While they had no commit ments the Stevenson forces also of Gov ter in the 3rd District only one son of Ohios 58vote delegation The known 3rd District supportthat he jf not Harri G c rf Waterloo S J AP Wlrephoto OFFHAND COMMENT Former President Harry Truman and Mrs Averell Harriman the wife of Demo cratic presidential candidate who Truman is backing exchanged light talk Tuesdajr night at Chicago The occasion was a gala champagne supper staged by Perle Mesta for 500 Demo bigwigs Vacation Time Nearly Over for School KidsL Vacation is almost over for about Mason City youngsters as well as their town and to mention the teach ers Mason City public and parochial students will have a week mor than most others however Cerro Gordo County rural and mos town schools open Aug 27 The Mason City and Clear Lake schools get under way Tuesday Sept 4 Attendance in the Mason City schools will be at an alltime high Holy Family and St Jo sephs parochial schools expeci about 900 In the public schools elementary juniorj high high school and 4001 junior college students are ex pected There will be 30 new teachers in the public schools The paro chial schools have so heavy an To Investigate PolioLike Disease Here Mason Cityans are being asked to cooperate with the U S De partment of Health in an investi gation of the poliolike disease reenrollment load that there are Compromise Civil Rights Plank Offered CHICAGO Demo cratic Platform Committee for mally approved Wednesday a compromise civil rights stand affirming the Supreme Courts school integration ruling as law of the land but rejecting use of force to carry it out A platform submitted by the 108member group to the partys national convention for ratifica tion Wednesday night also would pledge schooling with out discrimination for all American children regardless of race Georgia immediately went on record as opposing the proposed civil rights plank Clarence Mitchell Washing ton director of the National As sociation for Advancement of Colored People termed the civil rights stand the biggest pile of fertilizer outside the He called on northern liberal forces to reject the phony plank on the convention floor This was the civil rights form ula devised to try to head off a split between northern and southern factions of the Demo cratic Party Southerners plainly did not like it but most indicated they would accept it reluctantly Northern liberals indicated they would lead a fight on the con vention floor to try to strength en the compromise commit ment It appearedjtese jiorth Another Plug for Av ere 11 Judgment Defended CHICAGO Presi dent Truman said Wednesday Adlai Stevenson lacks the kinc of fighting spirit needed by the emocrats to preserve New Dea nd Fair Deal principles Truman appeared before a rowded news conference in the rystal Ballroom of the Shera onBlackstone Hotel to plug new Averell Harriman for the Democratic presidential nomina ion Truman said he was shocked hat any liberal Democrat would Echoes Gillette Is Looking for a New Job By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor M Gillette for mer Democratic senator from Iowa has arrived from Washing ton to take his place with the Iowa delegation Gillette and his son just docked in New York after a trip to Scan dinavian countries It was a trip planned by the senator and Mrs Gillette before her death It was kind of a sentimental journey for the two of he said The tall grayhaired low an says he is now ready to work but he has no job 1 need one that pays fairly well joked the former legislator You see Im quite He was employed as counsel for encourage the abandonment of a Senate subcommittee looking Fair Deal into Communist infiltration in fed eral jobs until July Gillette indicated that he had he New Deal and the as out of date He said the destruction of the social and economic philosophies underlying these programs is the aim of the conservatives in both the Republican and Democratic parties Reads Statement Stevenson the part ys not yet made up his mind between Adlai Stevenson and Averill Har riman good cowboy could lasso at least a dozen gov ig52Jernors and U S senators within standard bearer and the front half block of my room in the running candidate for the nomi nation this year is not the kind of candidate that the Democrats of the Harriman camp would publicly that he doesnt think be defeated in any such effort Stevenson can beat The plank was included in an overall statement of party pol icy that promised a tax cut full parity price supports for farm ers bigger social security pay ments full employment a minimum wage of a broadened welfare program the same bal anced federal budget the ground Reports from Moscow said Soviet Foreign Minister Dmitri Shepilov planned to move for adjournment when the confer ence opens Thursday and urge that the parley be expanded and held at a different site Twentyfour nations were in vited to attend the London con man for the nomination Undecided Wisconsin gave Stev enson a 42 edge over Harriman iLaub Cresco were present atin a of its 28vote delegation cently reported in Mason City Dr James W Lannon city health director Wednesday re ported that there have been 38J not enough nuns for all the class rooms and several lay persons will teach as well Auto Crash Fatal to American Ace LONDON UP Col David Schilling one of the greatest American fighter pilots of World War II was killed Tuesday night in an automobile crash that Stevenson cant win a single state in addition to those he carried in At the outset of the news con ference Truman said Im going to read a statement and then this time I will let you ask me ques Last Saturday Palmer House fn a casual sort of way I hava bumped into Gov Stevenson of Vermont Gov CoJeman of Missis former Gov John Battlo petrel for States Bights four years ago arid Sen Stennis of Mississippi By looking Im sure I could double and maybe treble this total Then theres Hersche Loveless of Ottumwa who is willing to be Iowas chief executive He and his Loveless Alan 20 and Sandra in a suite when he nounced that he regarded Harri man as the best qualified man to be the next president he had de clined to answer any questions Truman said he was deeply touched by the anxiety he said members of the press and news down the hall from me on the 10th ani floor Sandra will be a high school sophomore next year Will it be Ottumwa or Roose velt Des Moines She wonders So does her father USED TO IOWANS columnists had expressed about sjppis national committeewoman m i iurl The 37yearold Kansan inspec tor general of the Strategic Air Commands seventh air division my political judgment dorsing Harriman He said that seldom had ference after the July 26 na tionalization of the Suez by Nas ser Greece and Egypt rejected the bids Egypt declared all countries that regularly use the waterways about 45 nations has openly declared his prefer ence Galvin is known t ing toward Symington Sullivan touched off a spirited discussion of the vice presidential situation when he proposed an endorsement of Hubert Hum phrey of Minnesota Laub pointed George Rock head of the Colo rado delegation indicated he may Announce all of the states 20 votes for Stevenson and let Harri man supporters in the group chal lenge him on the convention floor Speaker of the House Sam Ray burn of Texas Tuesday night took over as permanent convention mer At the request of the Iowa Department of Health a U S health department team from out that Iowa had shown its supj chairman and hit at the Republi mishandling foreign policy and taking the most seri port for Kefauver But lets be realistic chimed in Baxter about Dele ga have lllUc lo do the canals future w a v o nLnjiii uanimo should be invited to any talks on selection of a vice presi nominee Im still straddling the Laub declared But I was dis appointed in Harrimans talk to us lowans in this room Tuesday It was incoherent He didnt seem to know what he wanted to say The Republicans four years ago took a general of his type made a President out of The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy through Thursday Low Wednes day night upper 50s High Thursday 8084 Widely scattered Iowa storms Wednesday night and Thursday forenoon Low Wed nesday night in 60s FiveDay Temperatures will average near normal Wed nesday night through next Monday Normal lows 58 north to 61 south Normal highs 83 north to 85 south Only minor daytoday temperature changes are expected Rainfall will av erage less than onetenth of an inch occurring as scattered showers and thunderstorms throughout the period Fair and warmer GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Wednesday Maximum Tuesday 86 Minimum Tuesday night 57 At 8 Wednesday 75 YEAR AGO Maximum 94 Minimum 61 Taking notice of the loud pro test previously voiced about tic kets for the nominating session Thursday night Baxter said he would favor a resolution notifying Chicago lowans would have little enthusiasm for future con ventions here Jake Arvey and the Illinois Stevenson forces of course are the ones being accused of having plans to pack the galleries for the former Illinois governor ous risks with the lives fortunes and honor of the American Peo ple At home he said the Republi cans have practiced a backward labor policy taken income out of the pockets of farm families and allowed many small busi nesses to go to the Mortha Raye Shows Signs of Recovery MIAMI BEACH Fla OP Mar tha Raye was recovering Wednes day after a bout with too many sleeping pills The 39yearold actress comedienne unconscious when found on her bedroom floor was described by hospital attendants as awake and feeling all Her physician Dr Ralph Rob bins said she must have taken about 20 pills Robbins placed her in the hospital for treatment in cluding a spell under an oxygen tent The doctor said he had no idea why she had taken the pills SAME DATI WS35J Teachers in the public schools at Ruislip hit a bridge near Mil of Mason City go back to work ja week before the pupils They have a full week of activity start 27 City to begin a study of the dis denhall Suffolk Schilling flew 132 combat missions over Europe during the war and shot down 23 German planes and destroyed 10 others on the ground ease Although the disease seems re lated to polio Dr Lannon said there have been no paralytic cases and all cases have beeni mild A better understanding of the disease will be gained by the investigation just begun Mason Cityans were asked to cooperate with the investigating team in three ways Both those who require hospitalization and those who are not put to bed will be studied particularly by taking of culture specimens which aid in identification of the malady The family doctor in those cases will be the gobetween in the study In addition Mason Cityans at their homes can expect to bei called upon to see if any cases exist which have been too mild for the patient to consult a doc tor The housetohouse surveyj will be carried on by a volunteer group spot checking certain i blocks and The symptoms of the poliolike disease are severe headache sore throat and some fever Dr Lan non said The team suspects that some such mild cases have not conie to the attention of local doctors Two doctors and a statistician make up the team which will be operating from a downtown head quarters seen such concern about the fu jsays sjje nas a special liking for jlowans because she sees so heimany of them in Pascagoula Chief attraction is the oldest ASK RATE BOOST WASHINGTON UP The Western Union Telegraph Co asked the Federal Communica tions Commission Tuesday for an per cent increase in inter state press rates SLAVE LABOR WASHINGTON In formation Agency published an estimated Tuesday that about 15 million Chinese have been forced into slave labor during the six years of Communist rule in China ture political life of an expresi building in the Mississippi Valley dent adding that writers hadlBuilt of oysler shells sand and suggested he had ruined his posmoss t dates Dack 2S6 years It sible place in history and hisnouscs a museum now skill as a politician Right Thing used to But Truman added with a near of smokefilled rooms Thats chuckle that they need not bejwhere Warren G Harding alarmed and that he was to have been chosen he had done the right thing At about the time Truman was meeting with reporters Steven son called on Democrats to stop knocking one another and fo cus their fire on the Republicans Stevenson made the statement in a brief talk before the Florida delegation He did not mention Trumans name you remember Well smokefilled rooms are hard to come by any more Theyre an anachronism in our airconditioned era Smoke gets carried away immediately While there are quite a few non aircooled rooms no doubt poli ticians dont meet in them for their skulduggery They want to comfortable POLES APART Harry Tru It does not serve the interests of the party to demean one an Stevenson said The en emy is not the Democrats It nocl to Averell Harriman the Republicans We should Adlai Stevenson has pro serve these sort of attacks for thejduced one rather common com enemy Lets stop kockmg oneimcnt among delegates here not the same kind of Truman said his purpose in his activities here had been to urge ANXIOUS These tots couldnt wait for school to open so they peeked into a classroom at Jefferson School to get a preview of things to come They are Corinne Dann 7 and J H Ronkert 6 Corinne daughter of Mr and Mrs Alfred Dann 28 Tennessee S will be in second grade and J H son of Mr and MrsJohn Fonkert 104 Tennessee S in first grade The Stevenson appeal has been the Democratic convention nominate a fighting candidate jgentsiatne llptown committed without any reservai tions to New Deal and Fair Deal policies He hit out at the counsel of saying it involved a surrender of some of the ba sic principles of the Fair Deal and the New Deal as they are sometimes referred to while Harry has seen the partys hope in a mass appeal While Truman supported Stev enson in 1952 with full vigor it was never with full heart its be ing suggested THEATRICAL BACKGROUND years of directing or chestra at the Chicago variety theater is of obvious aid to Lou Breese in his assignment as con vention band director Von Neurath Hitler Follower Is Dead STUTTGART Germany Baron Konstantin von Neurath 83 Hitlers foreign minister for Once before sound systems a time and protector of occuiwere perfected brass bands pied Czechoslovakia ried rule Now however theres day his family announced Wed1 an emphasis on strings and iweet nesday Death was attributed to a heart ailment Von Neurath was freed from Spandau Prison in Berlin Nov 6 1954 He had served 8 years of a 15year sentence as a top Nazi war criminal music When theres a demonstra tion the wind instruments placed near the mikes and elec tronics does the rest There are 25 string eight trumpets four trombones 10 saxophones and clarinets two   

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