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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 16, 1956, Mason City, Iowa North lowos Doily Newspaper Edited for lh MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETT U K A K K THI THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGH E HOME EDITION BORS Prtu and United Full Wirei Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY AUGUST U ITS TIME TO SELECT BACK TO SCHOOL NEEDS Thta Paper Consists of Four Otu wmiata m jf Gay Demos Ready to Choose Adlai Plan for Canal Offered Dulles Speaks for the West LONDON MVThe Western Big Three proposed Thursday that the operation of the Suez Canal be made the responsibility of an in ternational board including Egypt linked to the United Na tions A THUMBNAIL SUMMARY The 7956 Democratic Platform CHICAGO UP Thumbnail summary of the Democratic platform Democrats accused Republi cans of Substituting deceptive slo gans and dismal deeds for Democratic Giving the United States a second best Failing to seek peace with determination and unneces sarily and dangerously sub jecting the United States to the risk of atomic Failing to meet the desper ate needs of Failing to safeguard natural resources Favoring monopoly letting wages lag behind prices Opposing expansion of social security and reversing public U S Secretary of State Dulles on behalf of the United States France and Britain presented a fourpoint plan for solving the in ternational crisis blown up by Egyptian President Nassers na tionalization of the vital water way Dulles told the 22nation Suez conference the board proposed by the West would be established by treaty and would provide for op eration of the canal in accordance with the 1888 Constantinople con tention Final Position The plan would insure that the board could not be dominated by any single power or group of powers and would open the canal Democratic convention Thurs to all powers da were still blinking their eyes Dulles insisted the conference om whal in Wednes should seek to ascertain session wiln respect to the views on any final position itiClvil r8hts in the party might adopt platform Dulles spoke to the conferences While thc were preparing for afternoon session A source cosea to make known their to the conference said he Putposition on thc tvvo proposals be forward these points iforc majority report 1 Operation of the 4ucz a shall be in accordance with theimatter was decided vote 1888 Constantinople convention alwith Speaker Sam Rayburn sole ninenation agreement which proarbltrator of thc respective vol vided the canal would be open toumc of vcas and naJs housing Trying to make it appear that the Supreme Court is part of the Republican Stacking the National Labor Relations Board with biased promanagement Democrats promised to Uphold the Supreme Court school desegregation decision as the law of the land but oppose use of force to carry it out Balance the budget and re duce taxes Restore farm price supports to full parity Broaden social security ex pand housing aid school con struction liberalize unemploy ment compensation Continue efforts to eradi cate discrimination based on race religion or national origin and to recognize that every child has full right un der the constitution without discrimination to educational opportunity Repeal the TaftHartley law and raise the minimum wage from an hour to Seek internationalization of the S u e z Canal grant defen sive arms to Israel oppose the admission of Red China to the United Nations Provide defense forces so clearly superior in modern weapons to those of any pos sible enemy that our armed strength will make an attack on the free world Provide adequate protection within a philosophy of free trade for domestic industries suffering from competition of foreign imports Platform Crisis Averted Stevenson Is Over the Top Iowa Group Surprised by Action By W EARL HALL CHICAGO delegates to AP Wireplioto li vv all shipping in peace and in war c pursued had been nianrwH rnl h r i an intcrnntional POURING IT ON Hand extended McCor mack of Massachusetts dramatically pleafls with Demo CONVENTION HALL Chicago Stevensons name was formally put before the Demo cratic convention Thursday for the presidential nomination The delegates flew into a fren zied demonstration for the man they knew was the conventions big prize winner Sievenson had it locked up withj more than a majority of the dele gates promised to him and oth ers were hurrying to get aboard the bandwagon Sen John F Kennedy of Massa chusetts nominated Stevenson and himself got a great cheer when he took the platform There were more shouts when he said the Democrats were picking the next1 president not just a nominee Best Qualified Kennedy said his man was the best qualified to lead the party and the nation a great campaign er and an appealing figure He said Our candidates will be up against two of the most skilled political campaigners in history one who takes the high road and one who takes the losv This reference to President Ei senhower and Vice President Nix on the almost certain Republi can candidates brought the big of his speech arley other pros determined and linked with the U N Egyptlhcre shoulci Dr no such Poved with the expected floor fight should be on it and it should not ilhe racial issuc a marked Ihoi dominated by any single 1952 in this same power or group of powers Its Pronounced Effect functioning should not prejudice Harry Trumans spirited sup port of the committees plank CONFIDENT OF EARLY VICTORY A beaming Adlai Stevenson holds up one finger at his Chicago notelroom Thursday to show his confidence in the Democratic Presidential nomination on the first ballot Voting will commence Thursday night Youn Jeers Leases Space for Large Store at Sears Shopping Center iouniers has leased space for a large department store at Convention Adlai Was Filled With Iowa Lore By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor IOWA FLAVORAdlai Steven 1 son was filled with Iowa lora when he made his brief appear ance before the Hawkeye delega lion For one thing he harked bacic to the days when he owned a farm over in Monona County near Sioux City on the Missouri We either had the best crops in the world or we had ducks all he quipped j And he ended up by selling I property at the wrong time j I always he smiled A farmer in Southern Iowa Stevenson insisted gave him the best appraisal of the Eisenhower administration he has met up with anywhere This was during his inspection trip through the drought section in late July There had been a round con demnation of Secretary Benson and the whole Republican agri cultural program according to Stevenson But what about the Presidents responsibility in this whole mat ter the farmer was asked He hesitated for a moment scratched his head and observed You know sir I never seem to connect Eisenhower with the Eisenhower ciuestion with A bit of gravel in addressed to Adlai Stevenson by a delegate at the conclusion of The operation should Ollt by Ravbum Wednesday tright to adopt sponsibility of an intcmntionalMcCormack Farley and rlttorn by his committee The platform board to be established by treatylothcr determined thatj the disputed civil rights plank later was an jii F ti ei i as c r e M a d 1 v For Adlai the use power of the canal by any New Arrangement covering the explosive ssue voiced from his scat in the mez eHe PUBLIC IS REASSURED Tax Equalization Is Goal of Study Group Prentis from any profits from use of the Because DES MOINES Sen X T Prrntis Avr Arilai c President Associates Chicago which is developing the j OtherAdditional tenants were also announced by Lutren Those The candidate hesitated a mo march j include the Red Owl super markets and the G R Kinney and then came through with son store The Le Gourmetilnc assurance that while he would j Diners of Minneapolis have leased lo orders from the space for a franchised committee he would It was previously announced welcome a visit to i f T around supporters waving such banners canal compensation should be inj d been one paid to the stockholders of thcjinsistent on an allout NaUonalued Suez Canal Co for desegregation it aSSlm the former i Because Averell Harriman lowa Tax Study Committee sought Thursday toassure with the Truman Pllbllc that the committee is striving toward its objectives of most be upon to settle any dis putes that might arise out of these principles president would bless the minority report Permitting a minority report to fair and equal distribution of the tax load He said in an interview while the committee was discussing means of equalizing personal and real property assessments The committee and its members have been getting criticisms from people who say All you fellows are doing is trying to increase taxes We dont want any The Democrats swung into the formalities of nominating theirt man tensions relieved and all major problems settled after get ting safely by a threatened fight over civil rights in the early morning hours BalloHng Set Actual balloting comes Thurs day night The afternoon session was set aside for putting up the chairnames of the candidates Stevensons name was the sec objectives ofjond placed before the convention On the roll call Alabama passed Alaska yielded to Washington State and Sen Henry M Jack son put forward the name of his colleague Sen Warren Ma gnu ese principles come before the convention was taxes We dont want to raise anrf nthor Dulles was the first speaker ini3 of the grand strategy itjtaxes What we want to do pVrSnnJ e afternoon session Soviet Forseived two allimportant taxes J f of the afternoon session Soviet pign Minister Dmitiri Shepilov at the morning session accused the allowed West of bias in invitations to the ing UP for election in states withLegislature 22nntion conference ar large Negro population Newicommittee Shepilov who spoke calmly and Californa Illinois Michiand son Blond handsome Magnuson im mediately stepped to the micro I guess weve just done a pooriPnones and withdrew He said he is following job of handling public was not a delegate but that if he forth by thche added was he would vote for the next which created the On previous occasions the com President of the United States to put taxes on a fair mittee has criticized tories apAdlai Stevenson domed any to At presenTabout 0 per cent foX cheer cate the conference said that e a11 Ollt for the people are carrying the taxiowed a limited open door poliProspective nominee Convention Program CHICAGO program for the Democratic National Convention sessions Night session opens 7 Balloting on for nomination FRIDAY Afternoon session opani noon Balloting on candidates for vice presidential nomination Night session opens at 7 that Sears Kresge and Piggly Wiggly signed leases for space at the center Work to Begin Plans for the center are now in the hands of contractors ac cording to Lutren who was in Mason City Thursday in connec jtion with the development As soon as these bids have been re Back of thc question was an unhappiness over a regret from Stevenson on several occasions when invited to come out to Iowa as Jackson Day speaker ff t TELEPROMPTERThey were taking no chances on a wrong answer when thc quiz kids Gloria Lockerman 12 Baltimore and Leonard Ross 11 Tujunga ir22 Harry S Truman the vice a store 60 by 200 feet with addi presfdential nominee and the jtional room for expansion if presidential nominee Benediction and adjournment Cypriot Leaders Call for Truce as company will continue its downtown store Lutren said Kresge has increased the sixe f i i i been for the benefit of Keynoter Clement of Tennessee The kids knew the answers better than he knew the questions FIRST Just for feet convening of the parley without lion W 11IJUUI TA I consulting Egypt was in majority report Irt1p lesser of two evils for dele lion of the convention of 1888 The aims and purposes of the1 I gates from the deep south and in conference arc incompatible a sense elicited their support on tnat basis It made a third ticket wilh the national dignity and less likelv if not actuailv sovereign rights of Egypt andllikely tiuauj were advanced by the or ganizers of thc conference prac load for all of the people You can c nnd permitted newsmen to be assured we are not out to committee meetings It crease taxes in the overall called closed sessions only We are seeking equalization jwhen there is a specific request Wc are studying to see whethifor fron more than one mem Support cr thc present income is adequate a witness Jto operate the state government INJURIES FATAL Quick Knockout several headquarters o ha other aspirants and re NICOSTA Cyprus UP The stili have other lcases3orted on tne answering voice in Greek Cypriot underground which we expect to aneacn case ganization EOKA called Thursdanounce Lutren stated addi From Suite 1600 in the Hilton rpu Jtovtu elUll nj me nULUn ine Associated Press count of for a military truce with Britauvmg tnat the for the centerjcame a listing voice Harriman indicated first ballot votes forjin strifetorn Cvprus ihave been revised from that for President can I help vou Stevenson rose to 690 or more than the 686Vi needed for a quick knockout A recount in the North Carolina delegation less than an hour before opening time of the tically in the form of an ultimajtion at a caucus earlier i th w OnokrHi AK nf lls Declarations The appeal for the truce Present in leaflets distributed in thc streets here They said EOKA had asked for a ceasefire to test the British governments A dulcet feminine voice took the call for Lyndon Johnson of Texas In the Hiltons Waldorf room he said Thc formal ni capital was in sharp contrast strikes and demonstrations sweeping thc Arab world in pro lest against the conference Work Stoppages Work stoppages parades and mass rallies supporting the flow of oil through the Britishrun Iraq Petroleum Co pipelines stopped Thursday when Syrian workers in pumping stations walked off their jobs Bazaars shops and offices closed Only essential services wore maintained in Jordan Syria Iraq and Egypt SAME meint 31 thc lt in his dissenting vote asked for fulljcrnmcnt to the supreme through posuion on desegregation i That a somewhat stronger Plank on the subject was favored by the Hawkeyes isnt to be Cockrell 46 Des Moines of candidates M mcrcas8 doubted At the same time the importance of Unity and close ranks has been recognized Id have liked something with a little more teeth in B C Sullivan Rockford 3rd District delegate observed Thursday But under thc circumstances I guess we went about as far as we could without creating a divided And that was a view rather commonly held by the lowans here Solid Ranks As the hour for the showdown approached it appeared that thc Iowa vote for Harriman would be no greater than five on the first ballot maybe not even that many Republicans Begin Work on Their 1956 Platform come were a flock of Southern votes which had been held decision and committed pending action on thcisaid the nigh colrts ruling arej call for at least 15 IUAUUIJ 4 Wl It i t frontage of the shopping briskness was the mark of the coodiCenter next Stevenson Presi b i The largest space will be ocdential cupicd by Sears which will have Then thc cal was to tne head quarters of A B Happy Chan dler the Kenluckian who onca served as baseball commissioner came the response dripping with sorghum and pleased surprise ta civil rights plank The conventions defeat early Thursday of attempts to force in a strong plank cleared the way for the Southerners to take part of the law of the All About I The Weather NEGLECTED OPPORTUNITY session Thursday night their first rough draft of their 1956 platiand of denunciation The racial issue showdown came Pau Douglas of Illi regarded as all but certain there was a growing disposition to pre sent an appearance of solidity in he ranks form Sen Everett Dirksen of Illinois said it will have a strong civil rights statement It may urge the arming of Israel to help preserve Middle East peace reported New York Atty Gen Jacob K Javits The platform draft will be ham mered out by the Resolutions Committee headed by Sen Prcs cott Bush of Connecticut Thc draft will go Satvirday to jthe full national committee which will reword it on Sunday for ex pected adoption can National Convention Tuesday Bush said thc platform framers are mindful of President Eisen at an overtime session It fol Dirksen of the Civil Rights t tdesPcrafc behindscenes batlle between rival NorthSouth Democratic National City Partly cloudy withIowans are still a bit browned Paul Butler called the relatively an occasional shower or over the failure of convention smooth proceedings a tremenderstorm and cooler Thursday officials to let Carol Morris Miss dous demonstration of party night and Friday Low Thurs1 be introducedto the unity dav 5862 High Friday Monday night crowd Theyre mentioning the appearance on the 7S82 subcommittee scoffed at the civil rights plank the Democrats adopted in Chicago and said There will be no such serpentine on our part The Su preme Court has interpreted the Constitution and thats the law of the Dirksen promised that his group would write a strong plank on o i ILJOI civil rights Not a single SoutherniNegro pupils HKlftPatf I forces that flared on the conven tion floor for little more than an hour then was quickly squelched Specific Promise Amid cheers and boos delegates noisily shouted down an attempt by some Northerners to include in the platform a specific promise to enforce the Supreme Courts ban against segregation of white and disagreed iident rights prookayed an appeal for from former Pros gram as a first order of business m January compromise worked out earlier by thc convention Plat form Committee This recognized appointed On the other hand thc Georgia contingent felt that even the mild version that was adopted was too strong It asked to be re corded as against the platform Gov Averell Harriman of New York who made the chief chal lenge to Stevenson in the weeks maneuvering insisted he was still in serious contention He fired a telegram to all chairmen of state delegations telling them I have just talked with Presi dent Truman Wc are determined to fight through to the nomina tion regardless oC any rumors to thc contrary you have heard or may yet and extreme west Friday Cooler north Thursday night and over the state Friday Low Thursday night in upper 50s ex treme north 60s elsewhere Minnesota Showers cooler GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Thursday Maximum Wednesday 91 Minimum Wednesday night 66 At 8 a m Thursday 73 Precipitation 55 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum be next week in 67 connection with the duties she assumed with her new honor It will serve us delegate here observed if the Republicans in San Francisco grasp the opportunity we CHANCED ATTITUDE From jthe start of this convention it has been evident that the Democrats this year are more interested in winning than in fighting Four years ago thc battle over States Rights was in full cry the opening day of thc gatherinj with Michigans Soapy Wil liams and Virginias Gov Balllt