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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 18, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Ecfitod for ud Muted Pnca Uaae Wine ON CITY GLOBEGAZ TNi THAT M A K I Att NOtTH IOWAMS N I I H O S HOME EDITION BIG VARIETY BACK TO SCHOOL NEEDS AT MASON CITY STORES MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY AUGUST II 1954 Massive Unify Demonstration for Adlai and Estes This Paper Coanxte el Two SecUansSectiaa OM Demo Candidates Pledge Britain Sounds Warning Stands Pat on Canal Views By CARL HARTMAN LONDON demanded Saturday that the 22nation Suez conference approach Egypt unan imously with an international plan for operation of the Suez Ca nal and warned that where vital interests are concerned Britain will stand fast whatever the Foreign Secretary S e 1 w y n Lloyd explained the sending of British troops to the Mediterrane an as a precaution taken as the result of what he called the hos tile tone of President GamaJ Abj del Nasser in announcing the nals nationalization July 26 M O JUDD M D Judd Businessman Dies at 55 The British foreign secretary told the conference Britain has not forgotten the antiBritish riot ing in Egypt in 1952 when a number of Britons were killed and a fanatical mob set the torch to Shepheards Hotel in Cairo Raps Proposal He objected to a Soviet propos al for a new and bigger confer M D Judd 55 for many yean executive vice president and general manager of the Mason City Brick and Tile and in recent years president and gen eral manager of Rolfe Products died Friday afternoon at a Mason City hospital Mr Judd was born May 13 1901 at Cotlomvood son of Hulet D and Anna B Judd He attended school at ence on the ground that would Minn and i moan a l Q School at mean a slowdown which the urg ency of this crisis does not really Pakistans minister Hamidul Haq Crowdry urged th conference to accept the nation alizatipn of the canal as an ac complished fact in which Egyp had simply exercised her sover cignty and said the financia question could be hamered ou among the interested parties alone A U S spokesman said the conference week Things moved may wind up nexi smoothly Sat he said On Monday we have some tidying up to do Weve got a lot of work to do Sunday outside the conference hall and there is a lot of work to be done on a statement of prin ciples which will later be given to President Nasser Before the days formal deliber ations began Secretary of State Dulles and Russias Dmitri Shep ilov conferred almost 90 minutes on the possibility of a comprom ise over the canals future They parted smiling Broad Smile Dulles was accompanied to the Soviet embassy by Russianspeak ing Charles E Bohlen U S am bassador in Moscow who acted as interpreter The Soviet foreign minister smiled broadly as he said fare well to Dulles at the embassy door A reporter asked Dulles I there any sign of a compromise Dulles threw back his head and laughed but did not comment Renville St Francis was gradu ated from the University of Mb nesota with a bachelor of science in civil engineering in 1923 as Salesman Judd started with the North Iowa Brick and Tile Co in 1924 as a salesman In August 1925 the company became part of the Mason City Brick and Tile Co In November 1928 Mr Judd was made manager of the Twin City Sales office and in July 1933 svas transferred to Mason ity as sales manager In 1943 he was named vice president and general manager as he bought nto the company with W J Goodwin and sons of Des Moines n 1947 Judd was named execu ive vice president of the com pany For reasons of health and be ause of his desire to be relieved 3f the executive responsibilities hat he had been carrying Mr ludd disposed of his financial in erests in the corporation and re igned as an officer of the coni any Dec 31 1950 Heads Firm Since that time he had rs Adla m Drive Seat Lively Campaign Is in Prospect By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor one most im portant fact about the Democrat ic Party as it prepares to launcl its 1956 presidential campaign is that one and only one man is in the drivers seat That man L Adlai Stevenson It was he who wrote the scrip and directed the love scene en acted at the final session of the convention which nominated him He also had the principal role in the production Harry Truman who had cbal enged the Stevenson leadership vas on hand to eat humble pie Ie did so most graciously Estes Kefauver Stevensons running mate also bowed in obeisence to one who had taken his measure in a series of primary fights No Obligation The 1956 nominee could say as he did say that he was going into the fight without obligation r commitment Kefauvers greatest strength in iis sudden victory over young en John F Kennedy of Massa husetts was the assumption mong many ng be had the Ste enson blessing In his speech of acceptance tevenson spoke of the change in is attitude since 1952 Then he as the reluctant candidate now e has turned fighter Hes ushed with victory A right lively campaign is in rpspect on the American scene piced by an occasional reference the Truman assertion that Stevenson cant lowans who had a part in th laking of the StevensonKefauve Aimless Drifting at Capital Hit in Acceptance Talks By JACK BELL CHICAGO Ml Democrats in a forgiveandforget windup to rw Convention lined up behind Adlai E Stevensona We win win pledge to throw the Republicans out of Washington The delegates had been fighting one another all week but they put on a big unity demonstration Friday night in the Stockyards International Ampitheater They cheered and applauded Stevenson their presidential nom inee as he called for an end to aimless drifting in Washington and promised a campaign looking toward a great decisive era of world progress Sen Estes Kefauver of Tennessee who won a close and drama filled race with Sen John P Kennedy of Massachusetts for the vicepresidential nomination shared the center of the stage with Stevenson Former President Harry S Truman who has had harsh to say in the past about both Truman in background adds to the din All About V E Greiman Accused in Assault Case been resident and general manager of ie Rolfe Products and presi ent of the Endicott Brick Tile Fairbury which is owned and operated by the Judd family Butler Is ReElected Demo Party Chairman CHICAGO M But ler was reelected chairman of the Democratic National Commit tee Saturday at the request of Adlai E Stevenson his partys nominee for president The committee acted at its post convention meeting by a voice vote The action came after Butler heeding the regular tra dition governing the national committee chairman formally submitted his resignation committees action rejected resignation The that Herbie Seebeck Gets Life Imprisonment SPENCER wvAn elderly deaf mute has been sentenced to life imprisonment for the slayings of nis sister and brotherinlaw June 25 Herbie Seebeck 67 followed the proceedings in District Court here Friday with the aid of writ ten notes from his attorney John Greer Seebeck was sentenced lor second degree murder after a brief hearing before District Jodge G W stillman to deter mine the degree of his guilt During his active participation m the brick and tile business Mr Judd was an active leader in the affairs of the industry in the midwest as well as nationally He was one of the founders of the Structural Clay Products In stitute Region 6 and served as its first president He was also in strumental in organizing the Na tional Structural Clay Products Institute with headquarters in Washington D and served on the board of directors years many Survivors Mr Judd was a member of the First Methodist Church of Mason ty the Rotary Club of which was a past president Harding edge 649 and a 32nd Jegrec Mason Shriner a mem ber of the Minneapolis Club and Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity Surviving are his wife Blanche 5 Judd daughter Mrs Tom Sally Ann Waggoner Mason ily two sons Roger D and Stanley D Judd Fairbury Neb mother Mrs H D Judd Howard and two brothers Gordon Judd Howard Lake and Charles Judd Her man Minn He was preceded in death by his father Funeral services will be held Monday at 2 at the First bfethodist Church Dr LJoyd A Gustafson will officiate Burial will be in Memorial Park Ceme ery Friends may call at the Ma or Memorial Chapel from 2 Sunday until noon Monday cket were happy as they begs oarding trains and planes fo cir homeward trip Saturday Their feeling was that the tw nominees complement each othe with his in tellectual prowess and Kefauve with his common touch and home spun philosophy At a caucus attended by Steven son earlier in the week th lowans obtained from him a qualj fied acceptance of an invitation t make a personal appearance i their state probably at the corn plowing contest in Jasper County near Newton More Effective But some of the Hawkeye dele gates admitted privately t h e thought Kefauvers campaigning methods might he more effective with the farmers of Jowa than Stevensons illconcealed urbanity lowans who went all out in sup port of Averell Harriman these included Jake More state chap man and Herschel Loveless gu bernatorial nominee are in the same corner with Harry Truman He guessed wrong too Only R N Spike Evans on the state ticket comes out un scathed Although formerly asso mted with Harriman in Washing ton and his earliest known sup porter in Iowa he has kept mum on the subject since entering the race for U S senator More than that he cast his vote for Stevenson when the chips were down Thursday So he will have no explaining to do on that score m his campaign Deep Viewpoint Because I have been living with delegates from the Deep South for a full week here at the Palmer House I am not guessing when I tell you that they are something less than completely happy with the outcome of this convention On both platform and nominees they were forced this time as in the past to take what they could get not what they wanted Somebody like Lyndon Johnson of Texas or perhaps Sen Gore of Tennessee would have been their preference But they had to settle or Stevenson as more palatable than the alternative Harriman The Kefauver nomination was tht real blow to Dixie though Tbei Webster City Man Dies in Clarion Crash CLARION James Edward lynn 25 manager of Lambert umber Yards Webster City was cilled outright Saturday six miles south of the junction of Highway 69 and State Highway 3 His wife is in Clarion Memorial Hospital with a back injury and severe shock Flynn who was traveling north lost control of the car as he at tempted to pass a car driven by Joan Mills Carlyie He was was thrown into the ditch and run over by his own car Another car driven by Francisl Mosser Leland which was travel ing south caught the bumper of the Mills car as Mosser slammed on the brakes to avoid striking the Flynn car Sheriff Robert Blecker said that neither car touched the Flynn machine The accident was not due to the construction program on the highway the sheriff said Also covering the accident was High way Patrolman Alvin Sparby Southerners make no attempt to conceal their feelings about this The charge against him is that on the racial issue he has be trayed his own The watereddown civil rights plank in the platform is regardec as a victory for a Pyrrhic victory It isnt the and of statement they would ever write on their own account But The Weather Mason City Cloudy and coole Saturday night and Sunday fore noon becoming partly cloudj Sunday afternoon Low Satur day night 5457 High Sunday lower 70s Iowa r Considerable cloudiness Saturday night and Sunday Showers and thunderstorms south and east central portions Saturday night and southeast portion Sunday Cooler Satur day night and in southeast Sun day Low Saturday night 5560 northwest 6065 southeast Minnesota Clearing cool GlobeGazette Weather Data up o 8 Saturday Maximum Friday 73 Minimum Friday night 63 At 8 Saturday 63 Precipitation 03 YEAR AGO Alaximum 100 Minimum g4 Verne E Greiman Garner was charged here Saturday with assaulting an internal revenue agent Eugene A Schwarzkopf of the Vlason City internal revenue of ice an examina tion at the time of the assault according to the official com plaint U S Commissioner N Levin on fixed bond at on the ts a vast improvement from heir point of view over he minority report It Cant Both While Northern campaigners will be referring to the plank as the strongest ever written on he subject Trumans charac erization of Southerners will e contending with even greater ervor that its just so many vords and utterly Nixon Hoping for Open Convention SAN FRANCISCO UP Vice President Richard M Nixon said Saturday he hopes the Republi cans will have an open conven tion and that anyone who should be nominated for vice president will have his name placed before the delegates Nixon who arrived here for the GOP convention next week told a cheering crowd at Internationa Airport that if the delegates feel some other candidate would make a stronger vice president he hopes the name will be placed be fore the convention The vice president said the most important thing is to renominate President Eisenhower and give him the strongest possible was The Stevenson position on this et forth in his acceptance peech is that as the only truly ational the Democrats ave to temper their approach to the race question with reason bleness Whether that is the course of genuinely liberal party can be rgued Maybe it is the reflection f the course of moderation es Joused by both Stevenson and Eisenhower and assailed by Tru man and Harriman Incidentally one of the big sur rises of the convention second nly to hii all out endorsement if Harriman was the former residents plug for the innocuous ivii rights plank He was ex acted to go down fighting on lix i Merle L Hicks Killed in Crash Near Ames AMES L Hicks 37 Des Moines was kDled in a cartruck collision 3 miles south of here on 69 Saturday his birthday Authorities said Hicks car col ided with a truck driven by Mar vin Ringberg 25 Shannon City headon during a heavy rain ederal charge The preliminary hearing was postponed to Sept 4 vhen Greiman reported that his Attorney James R Brown is out f the city Provides Bond bond was provided by Ben Greiman farmer south of Gar er and father of the sixfoot young man who is accused The two came to the commissioners office together Young Greiman was in the custody of Albert J Halbach Fort Dodge depu ty marshal Father and son left together after the bond signed Schwarzkopf was the income of young Greiman at the time of the assault accord at hls Probabe Republican ing to F E Van Alstine Sioux Vlce President Richard City the District Attorney nominees tacitly apologized t Stevenson for saying the 195 nominee cant win over Presi dent Eisenhower in November Almost everybody who was any ody in the Democratic party go into the harmony act before the show was over It was a nigh when everybody who showed up was credited with being a good Democrat This was in contrast to hecti days before in which Truman 3acked Gov Averell Harriman o tfew York for the nomination and tossed brickbats at Stevenson As the star of the televised pre sentation Stevenson laid dow the pattern of an aggressive cam paign to sell a new Abolish Poverty It wfll be a land he said where poverty is abolished where freedom is made real fe all without regard to race or be ief or economic condition and a new order which everlasting attacks the ancient idea that men can solve their differences bj killing each For the political problems o the day Stevenson had some ob ervations after 19 minutes of uproarious greeting by a conven ion that hadnt done much all ut cheering previously Stevenson told Truman I am lad to have you on my Truman had touched off waves f laughter by saying earlier that Some stupid fellow I wont ame had been predicting Stev nson couldnt beat Eisenhower Real Fighter Characterizing Stevenson as a real fighter although earlier in he week he had been saying the everse Truman told the dele ates not to worry about his fore ast of Stevensons defeat Dont let that worry he aid Thats what people were aying about me in Kefauver of the big smile and he big hand in presidential pri maries had his moments in the too He didnt let the pass to take a crack Convention Echoes George Laub Is Booster of Chandler By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor in Additional Records The son claimed that his come had been reported with that of his father and the agent asked for additional records to support the statement During the discus sion the District Attorney said young Greiman accused Schwarz kopf of calling his father a liar and struck the agent The formal charge is that Grei man forcibly opposed impeded intimidated and interfered with the internal revenue agent in the conduct of his duties some in a SAME DATtWSJ4J ViRNK I GREIMAN M Nixon Noting that he had won his own nomination in a free and open Kefauver said I hope that it will set a precedent for the future It will be very in teresting to see whether the pro cess is followed in San Francisco next The Republicans open their convention there Monday Rousing Speech Stevenson himself paid attention to this situation rousingly receiving acceptance speech He said Kefauvers vie tory in convention balloting had dignified the office of the vice presidency I do not propose to make po litzcal capital out of the Presi dents Stevenson told the delegates His ability to fulfill the demands of his exacting of fice is a matter between him and the American people But if the condition of Presi dent Eisenhower is not an issue as far as I am concerned the condition and conduct of the Pres idents office and of the admin istration is very much an He added that Eisenhower is cynically coveted as a candidate but ignored as a I say they have smothered us in smiles and complacency while our social and economic advance ment has ground to a halt and while our leadership and security in the world have been he declared CHANDLER SPOKESMAN George Laub Cresco attorney and former Democratic nominea for Congress got into the act Thursday when he delivered a fiery seconding speech for A B Happy Chandler of Kentucky The Kentuckians assets accord ing to the North lowaii an aptitude for whistlestop cam paigning not unlike that em Jloyed so successfully by Harry Truman in 1948 He talks in lan fauge understandable to an Iowa armer according to Laub Chandlers former connection vith baseball as major league ommissioner gives him a pull vith as many voters national astime fans as there are mem ers of the military services PERLA Right abova me in a balcony close enough o read over my shoulders if she vanted is that hostess with he Perla Mesta At er right is her social secretary nd surrounding her a regal reti ue Every mention of the name Harry Truman brings her and her ssociates to their feet The Chicago papers Thursday ere filled with extended stories bout a largescale party given y Mrs Mesta at her hotel The ttendance including camera almost equal to that t the session of the Democratic onvention the previous after oon A question frequently asked ut never answered is How id she come by al her money Nothing about her clothes or general appearance would sug gest a high social status TOWARD This con vention has given me no occasion to revise an estimate based on covering 14 previous nominating shindigs I still believe the sum total of painful oratory could be reduced at least a half through the simple expedient of making it illegal to use this phrase A man TVs INFLUENCE Once tht dancing standards in demonstra tions for nominees at a party con vention were topped with simple placards in black and white theyre works of technicolor art TV is responsible Every state makes a point of exploiting its claim to fame or fortune especially the ones which cater to tourist trade Here were ome of the themes pictured by posters in the Stevenson snake dance Thursday Iowas tail corn Minnesota weaver suggestive of a certaia brand of beer Wyoming bron cho Hawaii pineapple Virgin tropical fruit Illinois wstoral scene Washington tree Wisconsin badger MOftES There been more than a little ipecula about the effect of Heres activities in and before im his convention on hta political He is state chairman al uture   

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