Mason City Globe Gazette, August 20, 1956

Mason City Globe Gazette

August 20, 1956

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 20, 1956, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE lft aYk lid K NEWS PAP I ft THAT MAKIS Alt NORTH IOWANS N I I G H O R HOME EDITION VOL LXH Prew ud United Prtu full Seven CenU a Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY AUGUST M 1954 ThU Paper Consists of Two Eisenhower Clears Track for Nixon MASON CITYANS VICTIMS Floyd Crash Claims 2 Funeral arrangements for Mrs Eldon Eveland 44 1718 Penn sylvania and her 5yearold son Robert R Eveland were in complete Monday The two were fatally injured in a twocar col lision about midnight Saturday One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE WTAD Quiac 030 Sandij KGLO ilSOOl W01 Amei VSVL U City WIOi It Began With Andrew Jackson K S in the case of many other features of our presentday governmental system national party conventions for the nomina tion of candidates for President and Vice President were never in three miles west of Floyd on Highway 18 Eveland 45 driver of one of the cars is in fair condition at a Charles City hospital The Eve land family has lived in Mason City about a year and Mr Eve land is employed at the Jacob E Decker and Sons packing plant in Mason City j Two 19yearold Marble Rock I girls who were in the other car involved in the collision are in the same hospital and reported in fair condition They are Miss Ruth Gootszingcr and Miss Wilj ma Fredcrichs Mrs Eveland was the mother of five children four of whom Dulles Menon Draw Sharp Lines on Suez Indian Viewpoint Differs With Wests LONDON Secretary the mind of our founding State John Foster Dulles Mon ioull find no hint of them in renewed the Wests demand Constitution or in the early hjsjthat an international board be set were in the accident Three were treated and released from the hospital to their grandmother Lillie Thompson at Nashua The children in the accident who escaped serious injury are Shirley I Eveland 11 Virginia Ann Eveland 3 and Johnny Mer lin 2 The oldest Edwin E Eve land 13 is living with his other grandmother Mrs Francis Bak er Clarksville Mrs Eveland was born Bessie i Berniece Thompson Feb 14 1912 in Buchanan County daugh ter of Mr and Mrs Charles H Thompson She was preceded in death by her father in 1934 The family has lived at Allison and Mr and Mrs Eveland had later moved to Rockford and then Mason City Surviving Mrs Eveland are her husband four children her moth er Lillie Thompson Nashua and a brother Charles H Thompson Allison The two Mason City persons killed in the accident were taken to the Diehl Funeral Home at Alli son pending arrangements tory of our Republic iup with absolute authority for Andrew Jackson was the maintaining and de Presidential nominee designutedveloping the Suez Canal by a party convention That wasi Dulles and Indias roving am m 1832 124 years ago Manyibassador V K Krishna Menon regard Jackson as being the true drew sharp factional lines MILLARD TYDINGS Demos Hunt Replacement for Tydings BALTIMORE dramatic withdrawal of Millard E Tydings eft Maryland Democrats Mon day looking for a new candidate to oppose Republican Sen John Marshall Butler in the Novem ber elections Two other traffic deaths were reported in the state Sunday Dan Schroeder 15 of near Oyens in Plymouth County was killed when his motor defeated hint in a contro Labors Support Sought GOP Platform Is Completed By EDWIN HAAKINSON SAN FRANCISCO can platform writers Monday pitched for the labor vote this fall by pointing to record employment and saying that the American wage earner can buy more than ever before Framing a tentative plank ex pected to be approved by the GOP national convention Tues day they declared The Eisenhower administra tion has brought to our people the highest employment the highest wages and the highest standard of living ever enjoyed by any na They also charged that a Dem ocratic controlled Congress blocked needed changes in the Tydings who was out to regain LaborManagement the seat he held 24 years before and vanous administration rf u v 4 AIi i List Not in Ikes Plans Convention Is Opened By JACK BELL in was hit by a car driven by Terry Danne 20 LeMars Authorities said the boy son of Mr and Mrs Ray Schroeder was leaving the farm home of an uncle near Oyens and pulling onto a county road when struck by the car He hurled into a ditch founder of the Democratic Party Mondays fifth session of the 22 Andrew Rothe 79 Cumberland others ascribe this to Thomas JefjnnUon Suez conference fcrson But Jackson is the of the convention system Thatwhkh jn sharp contrast to the killed in a twocar accident father Menon introduced a proposal as he entered 71 near At i I 11 l Vi in 1 il 1 n I rw rt n n 1 1 I J 1 V isnt open to dispute Dulles plan endorsed by the This years conventions in ChiiUnited States Britain and cago and San Francisco are the France would give Egypt fall 26th in which Democrats and Re publicans have found themselves rights to own and operate the lantic The car collided with one driven by Arlen Evans 24 Web ster City Evans escaped injury Rothes wife Helen 68 was hospitalized in serious condition Suez Canal Under the Menon at a Corning hospital The Rothes church services squared off against each a consultative body madeihafl Just left The Democrats however hadup of nations using the the mishap occurred battled it out with the Whigs forjvould have advisory functions some 20 years before the arrived on the scene j Sovereign Century Old i Dulles said that Egypt would It was just a century ago 1856 that the Republican Party took retain sovereign rights over the canal and be a member of the form John C Fremont Mexican board But she war hero was its first nominee not have the excluslve Lincoln was its first winner That Orntln four years later 1860 The score in the 100 years since our crating rights over the strategic waterway which President Gamal Abdel Nasser has demanded and r j UUl v iii 1 it two presentday major parties ich lhe Menon plan vvould glve started their competition is as I r lows Republicans 15 victories Th1 Menon Pan Pro Democrats 10 victories posed It isnt surprising that Chicao l evision of the 1888 Constan centraUy situated as it is hubnofjtln0ple convenllon to ensure the nations railroads possessed of an adequate convention hall and unsurpassed hotel facilities should be the foremost spot for party conclaves In fact it has played host to more conventions than the next bined four cities just and equitable 2 Calling a conference of sig natories of the 1888 convention and all user nations to consider revision of the convention 3 Association of international users interests with the new Egyptian Canal Most noted historically of Prcjudice to Egyptian ChiLauos conventions was the onoi0wnershp nnd held in what was called the WiJ wain back in 1860 A famous citiL Establishment of a consulta zcn of Illinois was the Rcmiblicin body of uscrs on thc basis o nominee His name AbnhamigCOgraphlc vePrescntatlon and in Lincoln The site of the Wigwam chareed with advisory Im is not far distant from consultatlve and func the gigantic Conrad Hilton Hotel Mercury Falls to 40 in Mason City Slow Warmup Seen losvans had a foretaste of au tumn as temperatures early Mon day dropped into the 40s over the state The mercury feJ to a chilly 40 at Mason City while Spencer had 43 It was 44 at Waterloo 47 at versia 1950 race announced Sat urday night he was quirting his comeback campaign because of ill health Now 66 the tall spare veteran of flashes with the late President Franklin D Roosevelt and Sen McCarthy has been suf fering from a severe case of shingles He was stricken short ly after beating George P Ma honey Baltimore paving contrac sponsored proposals in the health welfare field Civil Rights Meanwhile the 105 member Drafting Committee completed its work Monday after a four hour session which produced what Chairman Prescott Bush de scribed as a civil rights plank generally acceptable to both North and South Bush senator from Connect cut said he anticipates no floo tor by a razorsedge margin in fight when the platform draf the May 7 primary His successor is expected to be named Wednesday night at a spe cial meeting of the State Central Committee Besides Mahoney those prom inently mentioned as possible re placements included former Solicitor Gen Philip B Perlman William C Walsh and Michael J Jirmingham Adlai to Speak at Field Days NEWTON E Steven son Democratic nominee for La mom and 48 at Davenport and I president will speak at the 1956 Des Motnes If you dug out a blanket to ward off the chill Sunday night you might as well leave it folded on the foot of the bed for a while The forecast is for lows in the 40s and low 50s again Monday night And although a slow rising trend is slated to begin Tues day temperatures the next five days are expected to average about eight degrees below nor jmal Chicagos Distinction Only four times in history has one city played host to both maj the same 5 The Egyptian government to transmit to the United Nations the annual report of the national Mondays Co session opened 50 ou nf fh S dSunCtl0n minutcs lalcr than scheduled to the Big Three Western T IsSSS lhc ori3 enhower secretary Any while Im delving into sta tistics it might be interesting to point out that eight of the thir teen Chicagonominated Republi cans starting with Lincoln have been elected On the Democratic side which is more to the point this year five of the seven nominees picked in Chicago came out on top in the fall Cleveland was the first and second of these third fourth and fifth By attracting both conventions in 1948 along with Henry Wal lace and his motley crew of so called Progressives Philadel phia moved clearly into second place among the nations nomi rating convention cities St Louis was shoved into third place In All Three Presidents have been named in Philadelphias five con ventions The St Louis score stands at two winners in five tries Conventions have been held far west as San Francisco this GOP Proqram MONDAY NIGHT Opens S CST with mu sic salute to colors national anthem and invocation Address by Chairman Leon ard Hall Music C Corneli us president of American Her itage Foundation Sen Thomas H Kuchei of California and Sen William F Knowland con vention temporary chairman Music speech by Gov Arthur B Langlie of Washington CONTINUED ON PACE SOCIALIST CANDIDATES NEW YORK The Socialist Workers party has again nomina ted Faricll Dobbs as its candi date for president and Myra Tan ner Weiss for vice president Sexton Farmer Dies in Cycle Accident ALGONA Martin Sieler about 55 was killed Sunday when he got on a motorcycle belonging to his son David rode it around the yard of his farm south of Sexton and crashed into a tree National Field Days near Colfax in Jasper County on Saturday Sept 22 the committee in charge was informed Monday Confirmation of the coming of Stevenson came through the Dem ocratic organization to Marion R Hammer a delegate at large from Iowa to the convention in Chicago last week and Don Salis bury Jasper County Democratic chairman SAME j comes up before the conventio for approval The wording was not made pub lic but it was said to put the party on record as accepting as the law of the land the Supreme ourt decision barring racial seg egation in the public ichools Dixie Republicans had threat ened a floor battle against any move to endorse the decision out right Some Northerners fought for a stronger stand on the issue than was worked out at last weeks Democratic convention The Democrats avoiding any outright endorsement of the high courts said it brought consequences of importance and rejected had vast all proposals for the use of force to interfere with the orderly deter mination of these matters by the Peace Prosperity AP Wirephoto A REAL former residents of Britt had their lunch together Saturday as for mer lowans gathered at Long Beach for the an nual Iowa picnic Left to right are Mrs Raymond Duf fus Mary Baker and Rosalie Dahl The proposed labor plank fit snugly into the Republican cam paign theme of peace and pros perity So did a plank on human freedom and peace released Sunday by the drafting group Both claimed accomplishments by the Eisenhower administration in the fields of international rela tions and domestic prosperity On health education and wel fare matters the GOP group said We demand once again de spite the reluctance of the Dem ocrat 84th Congress federal as sistance to help build facilities fo train more physicians and scien It stressed administration ac tions in the fields of education polio vaccine disease research voluntary health insurance and housing In their foreign policy state ment the Republicans said the advance of Communism has been checked and at key points thrown It said that under Eisenhower the Korean War had ended that numerous global defense pacts had been made and that far reaching steps have been taken o eliminate the danger of a third World Led Way President Eisenhower led the way at Geneva it said of the top level meeting with Russian Brit ish and French leaders last sum mer Of the Suez Canal and Israel Arab disputes the tentative plank said we recognize the existence of a major threat to international peace in the Near It did not call for international control of the Suez Canal as the Demo crats did The GOP statement criticized the Soviet sale of arms to the Arabs but did not match the Democratic pledge to sell de fensive weapons to Israel NIXON HERTER CONFERGov Christian 5SX of Massachusetts left talks with Vice President Richard Nixon at the lattera hotel Monday to formu late plans for the opening of the Republican national convention Monday Herter being pushed by Harold Stassen to take over Nixons vice president spot scheduled to put Nixons name before the convention for nomination Hoegh to Stassen 1 Like Dick Nixon EDITORS NOTE Robert head of the news bureau o e news ureau of the Iowa Daily Press Association will be providing COW PALACE San Francisco Republicans untroubled by any major problems plunged confidently Monday into a pag eantconvention pitched to blunt Democratic attacks and win votes for reelection of an Eisenhower jNixon ticket Any earlier doubts in the i minds of delegates that Richard AP wirephnio JM Nixon would again be the run ning mate for President Eisen hower had been pretty well re moved by the time they began oming into this big arena for the opening session of the party get together Harold E Stassen got no vhere with his weekend plugging here for delegates to join his dump Nixon crusade He was about the loneliest man in town And word to associates of Nix on was that Eisenhower would leave the track clear to him by taking no action publicly or pri vately to tab any list of others as equally acceptable to him Huge Pictures Delegates saw on coming into this hall big 1020foot pictures ot of the RepubUcan Convention in San Francisco similar Eisenhower and Nixon at to that turned m last week by the GlobeGazettes editor The lend ffair Hie by Earl Hall not to give personal coverage to it De velopments of course may reveal this to have been a mistaken n CiFrfbmia By BOB HOGAN SAN FRANCISCO IDPA Jowa newsmen arriving from the Democratic convention in Chicago have found no signs of anti ana In the absence any real struggle over men or issues tha convention atmosphere took on and somewhat that of a society vved anrf The principals were known in advance So were the ceremonies Nobody anticipated any sur prises Everybody was confident of a happy future a taut sched If there is no one is admitting to it now Nixon wiH have the support of lowans here GovLeo Hoegh a close friend of Harold Stassen the man who launched the Herter for vice president drive said he had two Fort Dodge Man to Head Baptist Group IOWA FALLS w The Iowa louncil of Baptist Men Sunday named Michael Mitchell Vladison as its new president larence Epprad Charles City Dr William Dreier Cedar Falls and Graydon Collins Ottumwa vere elected vice presidents Dr Seorge Edds Fort Dodge was lamed secretarytreasurer About I The Weaiher Mason City Generally fair and continued cool Monday night low 4449 Partly cloudy and a little warmer Tuesday mid 70s high Generally fair and con tinued cool Monday night Jow 4450 northeast 5158 elsewhere Partly cloudy and warmer Tuesday Temperatures Monday night through Saturday will average about 8 degrees below normal Normal highs calls from Stassen I just told him I was solidly behind Dick Hoegh said State Chairman Don Pierson said a midwest states GOP chair mans meeting proved pro Some chairmen even wore We dont like Stassen buttons to the session Stassen isnt giving up but hes going it almost alone A Democrat was one of the first day callers at Iowa head quarters He is Robert Klauer former Davenport newsman and onetime Iowa Republican State Central Committee pub licity director Klauer was elected to the Arizona Legislature on the better paced show than they got from the Democrats For this they had the aid of professional TV programmers This opening session asida from getting the convention or ganized made a pitch angled to election of a Republican Con gress Picked as the main speakers were Rep Richard Simpson of Pennsylvania and Sen Andrew Schoeppel of Kansas heads of the House and Senate Campaign committees Needs GOP Congress Their argument Eisenhower a Republican Congress so wholehearted coopcra ocratic ticket As chairman of the state water study tee he has been here for a fed eral hearing on water rights Several lowans are on conven ion committees William Sayre 4ckworth and Enid Hampton are on he platform committee Sayre is on an agril htt culture subcommittee and Robinson a subcommittee on business and economic policy Don Pierson is on permanent organization Edward Kelly Des Moines rules and Hobart New ton Stuart credentials Chairman Leonard Hall igot in a few shots at the Demo his opening remarks is he gibed say about Adlai Estes Kefauver said There is g that we need say aboufc StevensonKefauver ticket Harry Truman hasnt al i uvvmv vicuciniyis 82 north to 85 south Normal A telegram invited Iowa GOP lows 56 north to 60 south Cool at beginning of period followed by a rising trend Rainfall will average twotenths to three tenths of an inch occurring as showers Thursday or Friday Minnesota Mostly fair through Tuesday Continued cool GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Monday Maximum Sunday 68 Minimum Sunday night 40 At 8 Monday 57 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 99 72 GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 a m Sunday Maximum Saturday Minimum Saturday night At 8 a m Sunday YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 72 45 59 99 labor representatives to a buf fet supper and program Monday But there are no representatives of labor in the delegation At the Democratic convention Iowa had five labor represent atives They are Robert Johns ton Chicago formerly Des James Hilsinger Sioux City Gene Condon and George Benda Waterloo Eugene Peter son Estherville Sen Bourke Hickenlooper ar rived Saturday after a mile detour He left Clear Lake Governors Days July 30 and has since been in Manila Hong Kong Formosa Japan and Korea He was a U S delegate at the inauguration of President Rhee of Korea CARDINAL DIES LONDON Cardinal Griffin 57T archbishop of West minister and Britains highest Roman Catholic prelate died Monday after a heart attack harsh afiout Stevenson in primary strug gles And Truman beforesteven son finally won the Democratic presidential nomination battled against giving it to him on grounds Stevenson cant Of course Truman took it back after the nomination was settled Nixon even though feeling con fident of renomination was get ting in a little spade work with delegates Breakfast Talk In a breakwast talk before a friendly Minnesota delegation the Vice Pdesident said he has been asked whether he intended to campaign for renomination He said he was delighted to cal oa various delegations but As far as campaigning goes ve done my campaigning in the past After counselling delegates to examine his record he declared the convention should select tha most qualified man for his post Sen William F Knowland of California who is supporting Nix on told a news conference he did not believe Stassen has made even a dent with his damn Nixon efforts ;

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