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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 23, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for Horn MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE IN Associated Prew and United Frew Full Lease Wire HOME EDITION MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY AUGUST 23 CoMJsti of Four No 27 cans Rally Behind Ike Nixo n CONVENTION PERSONALITIESThe Eisenhower trademark of the big grin and big wave was much in evidence Wednesday night when the President left appeared at a mayors ball in San Francisco after being nominated for a second term At center Vice Presi dent Richard Nixon and his mother speak to a crowd in iront oi the eider Nixons home in Whittier AP Wirephotos after Dicks renomination At right Terry Carpenter Nebraska delegate holds a telegram from a New Mexi co attorney named Joe Smith thanking him for the presidential Carpenter admitted that the man he nominated for vice president was fie Ci 11OV1S Downed Navy Plane Hunted J I fl t f i f YOU CAN HARDLY the block delegates San A Proud Moment for Halleck SAN FRANCISCO UP It was the proudest moment of Charlie Hallecks public life and he marie the most of it The Indiana congressman drew All About The Weather i Mason City Generally fair through Friday Slightly cooler Thursday night low 5055 Little change in temperature Friday high mid SOs Iowa Generally fair through Fri day A little cooler Thursday night low 5565 Littletempera ture change Friday a roofraising roar from Fair continued cool SpfhlCSWni hSl weather data up speech Wednesday nonunatingUo 8 Tluirsdav President Eisenhower j Maximum Wednesday He did it by mentioning the Presidents name right off This was considered YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum Minimum Wednesday night 60 At 8 Thursday 68 HALLECK a radical deparj ture from most nomin a t i n p speeches in which the ora tor tries to build up sus p o n s e with references to the man who until the very climax when the nomi nees name is disclosed Halleck named Eisenhower three times before the end of his speech Each time the delegates respond ed with roars of approval He finished by saying I now place in nomination the name of the most widely beloved the most universal most profoundly dedicated man of our David Ei The crash of sound that lowed was the loudest of thr conp E i We vention and it continued for 23nients minutes i i Delegates and demonstrators latest cheered 88 54 Deadline on Soil Bank Extended to August 31 WASHINGTON wi The Agri culture Department Wednesday extended to Aug 31 the deadline or farmers to comply with the 1956 acreage reserve program of Lhc soil bank The extension from Aug 3 was announced by Acting Sec Nixon in Return to Convention WHITTIER Calif Nixon Thurs fathers President Richard day lei bedside to return to San Fran cisco and accept the Republican presidential nomination The vice president and Mrs Vixon departed after the elder CandidateJoe Smith Really Just a Myth Nebraskan Gets Biggest Laugh By ED CREAGH SAN FRANCISCO Joe Smith Hes only a myth But he handed the Republicans the bi gest laugh of their convention Wednesday night He gave the television audience an injection of wakeup juice too Theres one at every conven tion This year it was Joe Smith And the man behind him Ter rible Terry Carpenter Scotts bluff Neb Everything had been going fine up to that point It was a wide open convention The door was wide open for everybody except Vice President Nixon to disap pear into the San Francisco fog Fails to Yield Vice Aibama yielded Arkansas yielded Everybody yielded ex Then Carpenter who freely ac knowledges the Terrible Terry nickname dug in his heels He once was a Democratic con gressman He changed parties He has run for all sorts of offices GOP Convention Program THURSDAY C P8ra O call to order presentation of colors pledge Of allegiance national anthem and invocation Introduction of representatives senators Music Resolutions of appreciation Music Committee to escort nominee for vice president Address by nominee for vice president Committee to escort nominee for president Address by nominee for president Benediction MISS UNIVERSE ARRIVES Iowa Delegates in a Busy Final Day 16 Aboard Craft Lost Off China Reds Admit Firing on Patrol Bomber TOKYO WVRed China said one of its planes damaged a Chiang KaiShek aircraft early Thurs day over islands southeast of By BOB HOGAN Vixon Frank 77 taken ur au so U Wednesday with a stomach a He merit told his son Von Of course youve got to The vice president relating this So when the roll was called SAX FRANCISCO the final day of the 1956 GOP parley the Iowa delegates were 1 entertaining Miss Universe 2 debating Harold Stassens political future 3 predicting victory this fall for their com pletely united party A busload of lowans greeted Carol Morris Ottumwa as the attractive Miss Universe ar rived at They enter tained her at a noon luncheon after which she was presented at the Cow Palace just before gritted her teeth and did her duty i v UiU universally respected thcrctary Tntc DMorse said he saw his nomina tion on first part of the convention I have He described Harold Stassens seconding speech as very sports and added that he thought it was a very effective explanation of Stassens view point i Nixon said his decision to Unless crops arc plowed under lMxfoncsaid hts decision to rci removed from land designated n n r xrrancisco was made 11 alter Ur I for the acreage reserve by Aug 01 said they will be in for governmenl that 8 1 v i ninm after Dr I Nr Kraushaar had as sured him that his father was im She said so forcefully She announced that delegate Carpenter was speaking for him self alone Furrows Brow Martin furrowed his brow con sidered the problem for a good five seconds and told the defiant delegate from Nebraska You take your Joe Smith and out of Carpenter a stocky 56yearold businessman who wears glasses proved Pay1 TO us he seems to be consider ably improve for President Eisenhower but Halleck loved every minute of it Offers Bet on Ikes Future Health MILAN Tenn Har wood a Tennessee delegate to the Republican National Convention Thursday offered to bet that President Eisenhower lives fouryear term if re out a full elected Harwood said he got fed up with the talk about the Presi dents health and deposited While the deadline for compli ance previously was Aug 3 an official said that no penalty ac tion was taken in any case after it expired rate Air Safety Program Peaches Browning Succumbs at 46 NEW YORK tfl Mrs Ralph Willson 46 who made nationwide leadlines years ago as Peaches Browning the teenage bride of Millionaire Edward Daddy Browning died Thursday She slipped and fell in the bathroom her apartment last Saturday in the FarmersPeoples Bank here to cover any one who wants to Uke him up on the bet ness a friend laid in a conscious WASHINGTON year 250 million dollar took the hint He got out Escorted by uniformed convention guards Tfli is an convention Nixon said Thejthough so he soon marched back isrtay were a goodiin le would be very He refused to vote on the firt for Nixon He passed In the end though he buckled under the pressure of his fellow i Nebraskans He voted for Nixon too making it unanimous j I just wanted to be sure it would be an open convention Carpenter said I wanted to ad A three jet age air safety program accelerated by demands of modern aviation was gaining flying speed Thurs day A Civil Aeronautics Administra tion announcement Wednesday pinpointed nearly 200 sites for in stallation of latest types of air navigation and traffic control equipment beginning early next year CAA said contracts to be let by November will include 25 long range radar units costing between and each Even tually 73 such units will bo in operation blanketing tho cress the convention When I didnt get a chancewell I dont know where Joe Smith trom He just showed up came Movie actor George Murphy program director for the con vention okayed her introduc tion but from the band plat form and not the speakers ros tru m Sea of Dispute Harold Stassen he contro versial cabinetrank member of Ikes staff left in his wake a sea of dispute As Stassen walked from the rostrum after seconding Nixons nomination he got one was from national GOP chairman Leonard Hall Not a cabinet member offered to shake hands with the Minnesotan Some didnt even look al him as he took his seat in thr box uith them Iowa national committccman Charles Wiltenmeycr Daven port said he is happy 0 hear Stassen will now support the Republican He is un certain about Stassens political future however and feels it will depend on his conduct in the fall campaign and in the Mrs Ken Evans Emerson feels Stassens efforts hurt mm But his seconding speech for Nixon may be a help to she thinks All Through E n J d Robinson Hampton slate Vlce chairman declared I wish he Stassen hadnt Neanderthol Womans Skull Is Found MARBURG Germany onA asked to make a seconding speech I felt he left too many reservations concerning support of the ticket I think hes Gov Leo Hoegh said I think Stassen was sincere in his efforts to seek out the best man When he discovered overwhelming support for Dick Nixon he gracefully backed down I admire the delegates for receiving Stassen as they H E Newton Stuart said I used to be a Stassen man but I left him years ago If he represents a liberal wing of the party and has some influence then I think it was alright for him to second the Nixon nomi W Palmer Wilson Oelwein doubts Stassen will be a domi nate incluence in the party in the future GOP Victory Many delegates expressed the sentiments of Hoegh and Wittenmeyer who declared the unity and harmony achieved in this convention will mean a Republican victory in Novem This was Congressman Fred Schwengels first convention as a guest Since 1940 he had at i tended them all as an assistant sergeantatarms He was an honored guest this year as a member of Congress I had less influence as a he said than I did as a The Iowa delegation was dis appointed that Sen Bourke Hickenlooper wasnt chosen to make a seconding speech for the nomination of President Eisenhower Delegation leaders fell such a move with the vast TV audience wouJd have been uiica a L ti area where a U S Navy patrol plane and its 16 crewmen were believed sho down A Peiping broadcast wlthou identifying the plane beyond the reference to the Americansup ported Chinese Nationalist lead er said it had intruded over Chinese islands and made after the encounter toward the the direction of For southeast mosa U S ships and planes were searching for the naval patrol plane believed downed by Com munist Chinese aircraft 32 miles off Wenchow China Nightfall came without any announced word of the results Last Message The missing plane a four engine P4M Mercator in its last brief radio message reported it was under attack by aircraft at Thursday CST A Navy spokesman said it then 32 miles off Red Chinas shore Far East naval headquarters at Yokosuka Japan clamped a news blackout on any develop ments in the roundthedocki hunt A spokesman said any new Second Term Is Goal Both Make Clean Sweep FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES SAN FRANCISCO Republi cans looked forward in confidence Thursday to President Eisenhow ers rematch with Democrat Adlai E Stevenson in the November presidential elections The GOP convention dele gates Wednesday night unani mously roared their approval of an EisennowerNixon team they predict will repeat its 1952 defeat of a Democratic ticket headed by Stevenson In Libertyville Stevenson voiced congratulations to Eisen hower and said I am pleased to be matched against him In obvious reference to the re nomination of Vice President Nixon often accused by the Dem ocrats of dirty campaign tactics Stevenson said I suppose we will not witness greatest dry cleaning job in our political Nixon won his place after Har old E Stassen stood up before the delegates and urged them to vote for the man he had said pre viously would cost the GOP ticket millions of votes in November Cltar Choice Swallowing probably the bitter est pill of his political career the onetime boy wonder governor of Minnesota acknowledged that TNTl Vrt irn n tU I I t i of Nixon was the clear choice the mass of delegates Not a whisper of opposition was raised to the renomination of Ei senhower which had been a fore gone conclusion since he an nounced last Feb 29 that he would ae available despite his heart at ack last year The minority of delegates who wanted to drop Vixon knew they were licked long before it was time to call the roll and he too went on the ticket vithout a dissenting Eisenhower and Nixon were scheduled to make their accept ance speeches at Thursdays final session of the convention at the ow Palace Eisenhowers first act as GOP standard bearer for 1956 was to nvite 40 candidates for the louse and Senate and a number of governors and candidates for governorships to his suite to hake hands and have their pic tures taken with him Regain Control Eisenhower said Wednesday control of Congress which had been held by the Democrats for the past two the Defense and State ments A Navy announcement more j o MC help is by throwing the mantle of his own popularity over his GOP IUU t ticketmates wherever possible than 10 hours after the plane Rep Charles A Halleck of in its last message said search crews up to that time had found nothing though they had combed the East China Sea since dawn The pilot of the missing craft was Lt Cmdr Milton Hutchinson of jx 1 I diana put Eisenhowers name be fore the convention with a rous ing defense of the administration Then came nine seconding speeches given by a dirt farmer a union member a Texas mother Cumberland R I of six a Negro woman educator Vice Adm Stuart Ingersoll f r m North Carolina Frank chief of the Formosa defense Leatl the former Notre command announced the Mercafoofball coach who belongs to no tor is 3 CCTJ lDOlitiral nartv arH is assumed been by the attacking air tor shot down First Since 19S3 A spokesman for the Far East naval forces said he could give political party and others watched the per television at his T ua vt UtTCll most helpful to Hickenlooper in a campaign year The senator departed after the Wednesday session for Washington anthropologist Thursday announced the discovery of a wellpreserved skull of Nean SAME derthal woman who lived than years ago more Water Restrictions Dropped at Creston CRESTON Creston Eisenhower formance on hotel suite Roll Call the roll of the staffs was no information on the nationality nobodys surprise Ei senhower got all of the 1323 votes So did turn came This made type or number of the attacking aircraft The Nationalist Chinese air force said none of its planes was in the area at the time It was the first attack on an American plane in the Formosa Nixon when hii area since Jan 18 1953 On that date a Navy Neptune was downed by Red gunfire off Swatow and 11 men were lost Another Navy plane was shot at while searching for survivors but was not hit The plane carrying four offi cers and 12 enlisted men was on a routine training and patrol mission from Japan south to ward Formosa and then was to circle back up to Naha Okinawa he Navy said U S patrol planes it Eisenhower vs Stevenson again as it was four years ago when Eisenhower took 39 states and 442 of the 53 elec toral votes While the 1956 Re publican team is the same tall shuffling handshaking Estes Ke fauver of Tennessee has replaced his senatorial colleague John Sparkman of Alabama as Steven sons running mate on the Demo cratic ticket in the evening former rov Thomas E Dewey of New City Council Thursday called off in China waters have all water restrictions that hadiinStrUCtions to kecp at lcast J2 been in effect since July 10 The coivncil said recent rains have replenished the citys supply miles Communist mainland away from the 1 L Ul IICW York the partys 1944 and 1948 presidential nominee told the delegates that every American can sleep better because of the assurance that Eisenhower will be available for another term Dewcy said Nixon has added more stature to his office man before   

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