Monday, August 27, 1956

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 27, 1956, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE LJ f kl m m THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION Associated Prest and United Press Full Lease Wires Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY AUGUST 27 19S4 This Paper Consists of Two One No Crackdown Ordered to Cut Road Toll One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGaxeHe Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE WTAU Quliicy fiM 4 m KGLO m00 WOI Amei Thursd HSUl Cily DUD if Television Versus Personal Coverage pOR a Jong time even before the advent of TV when radioi constituted our only direct and instantaneous contact with thei national nominating conventions Ive been developing what might seem to some to be somewhat revolutionary idea j Each passing convention Ive become more and more per1 siiaded that a person sitting in his or her own home with eves Election and ears glued on TV or radio asi FARM mm TiTTVP Rrrpvc t Keiiogg photo the case might be could gain a i f oT quantity of produce and several pieces of equipment better notion of what goes on in vere when flames swept through a storage building on the Wayne the convention hall than I have Larson tarm northeast of Clear Lake Cause of the fire still was being investigated rtnt n A A u t i i no v i obtained as a reporter right the scene of the action Understand however Im talk ing about the convention Im not talking about what hap pens in caucuses and even small er huddles in hotel rooms Thats where the real business of a nomii natmg gettogether takes I almost said smokefilled but that would have been inaccurate With airconditioning almost universally used now its all but impossible to find smokefilled hotel smoke gets carried out con Dccatur County attorney stantly i their lives in highway Checking Up On Himself tmva OVLT tne weekend During the past week Pve had Three Mnrp Fire i nree Shedi Equipment Killed on Highways i BT THE ASSOCIATED PRK5S Six Hurt in Highwoy69 Accident GARNER Six persons were Lake Rural Firehospitalized in a twocar crash lostj Assn truck answered the call of Klemme on Highway 69 and saved several nearyearly Sunday The cars driven Larson Farm CLEAR has dej stroyed a large storage building and machine shed on the Wayne Larson farm 2Vi miles north of the Mason City Municipal Air port a chance to check up on this s mor vin s motor vehicle toll by buildings the blaze Mark Mary 22 and ie Lost in the blaze was a quanJohnson 19 Belmond collided on 15 i lily of straw 600 bushels of newlywidened bridge Opened Adlai Estes Head South By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The 1956 election campaign lighttested at conventions during he last two weeks became air Jorne Monday as candidates of the two major parties flew in op posite directions across the na tion Democratic nominees Adlai E Stevenson and Estes Kefauver headed toward Santa Fe for the first of a series of meetings with party leaders thatj will take them to Vancouver Sioux City Iowa and Knox ville before they return to Chicago Friday Vice President Nixon renomin ated by the Republicans fiew from his Whittier home to Washington for a series of confer ences on the Republican campaign in which he will take an active role Ends Vacation A refreshed President Eisen hower will end his vacation of jolf at Pebble Beach Tuesday and fly back to Wash ington to prepare for his reelec tion campaign and tackle gov ernment problems White House Press Secretary James C Hagerty announced the President and Mrs Eisenhower will leave from the Naval Air r tn jro cq 01 Siraw bUO DUsnelS Of unuge theory of mine Ive been watchL Iff than on lliea number of chickens a manure Johnson was in the Belmoud ing the proceedings in San Fran i cisco in my home by TV or mg to them by radio over my of pc fice radio Im even firmer in my S contention Ive seen the Repubi lican convention two thousand spreader a hayloader n J cultivator Origin of lhe flre miles away from the speakers platform better than I saw the HtUliUlCj v TV IAO UL WliC J1 CL 1U4J and ajCommunity Hospital in serious i condition with mulUpule lacera iciv ini i ui ic c rib fractures concussion aiU was discoveed by Ralph Larjbruises and abrasions A passen craifl iunday night a son who called his in the Johnson car Annette aooui two milps past Authorities said a car driven bv Democratic convention fronvCeciI Blake New Market o nv irom1 7 mairvci m about the distance from threc olner youth were plate to first base on a baseballindinStried lo Pass an auto driv field jen by Dr C E Richey Clarion On the theory that the San sicieswPnS the Richey car and JMUIAKS UP Francisco convention would beiurninS it crosswise of the persons were arrested 21 Persons Nabbed in Des Moines Vice Liquor Raid Swenson 17 eBlmond was listed as very critical with a broken leg facial lacerations possible concussion and other injuries Two other passengers in the same car also are patients at Bel mond Sandra Didio 18 Belmond a Station at nearby Monterey at a m They wil make the ninehour flight aboarc Eisenhowers plane Columbine no more than a ratification ritual wa both as to nominees and in Ditch ouuu form decided to delegate to an 1nc car driven by Marpe atbottles of liquor seized IT v other reporter my to avoid hitting the Richi Fourteen officers raided the onthespot coverage of the powcv auto and collided hcadon with tablishment and they said about and ThPTP hnVi Hpnn m iillP rTtr c nn 1 nnrcr c vimn 11 n f i i Aji vm IM 1 wow There have been Blake car sending all three persons were watching a dan 1 must admit when Ive doubted into the ditch cer perform when they whether 1 decided right in this Mrs Marpe was reported in Patrons started throwing bricks matter Down through the yearsrious condition at a Clarinda hosiat officers and most of them and Im admitting il ahead The three occupants Ofistreamed ollt through doors andl my critics Ive had an car suffered minor Two nabbedl the car fair bruises iilUi dn car suncred minor wo men were j lute genius for guessing wrong entries No one else was injured as tnev tried escape through ai things political icoal chute ne accident which The driver of the other car his passenger Dean Geddes are at Mercy Hospital Mason both were in good condition v suffered lacerations about head things political 1 authorities said World Trip in Prospect j Dclbcrt E Bond 22 Caslana This was the first time sinceiconslruction company employe ltnerc werc 1924 that I had missed a majorwas killed Saturday afternoon Orvilie Cox owner and partys national convention Ivejwhen hit by a truckon Highwavoperator of the club pleaded resolved not to let it happen 141 about five miles west ofChar to a charge of operating again so long as Im able to tor Oak a disorderly place of business be hobble about without benefit ofj Bond who also was a Judge Harry cane crutch or wheelchair been standing on was released on S700 in nrrior i o was inves was hurt but police y Pepuly Sherlff GreS some near misses lefl both cars total wrecks SIGN OF THE TtMES LONDON British toy firm Monday rushed production of Egyptian tin soldiers from r iinu UKLIJ iianuing on inei uu oiuu ui un sou But in order to make the exrunning board of a parked tmck1 Ond for a Sept 4 moulds first used in 1898 fc of failure to show Diking to the driver Dean Ncl Hp off running Tfc lalor this bv Clarence Hcnshen I Olympic Games in and a week or ten days m Rus Projec sia arc in my plans unless in whn meantime my editorial candor mSd tpt a about Communism should make me persona non grata in the land of the Russian bear The two wore employed on the Highway widening project between entire trip by air with a friend who is also a nigged travel ad dict in connection with this jaunt will mean being absent about as long as any editor should truck she was driving want out of control on loose gravel and skidded over an embankment on Highway 25 five miles east of Lenox I be in any given year It might nn suggest to my newspaper assoi Ola a living ciates that Im not as indispensnear Uearfleld saw the accident overturned skidded about 250 feet then righted itself before plunging over an embankment It landed on its top in the ditch u j able as Ive been representing u along thc in myself to be the direction from 1952 Situation Recalled Crouch who was returning home An observation which could a tnp to Lcnox offered by one who had covered Ahe Pickup truckj both conventions via his living room TV as by a newspaper mar who sat in on one of them in the press gallery is that there is a remarkable similarity between the situation now and the one that prevailed four years ago at the conclusion of the two nomi nating conventions In thc matter of personnel Sen Estes Kefauver has been substi titued for Sen John Sparkman as Adlai Stevensons runningmate Sparkman was chosen because he was representative of the South Kefaiiver was chosen in spite of CONTINUED ON PACi 2 SAME Black raeau III The 29 member Executive Council of the AFLCIO started meeting Monday in the Pocono Mountains of northeastern Penn sylvania meanwhile to decide whether to endorse the Demo cratic ticket or avoid an outright commitment As members started ther re strong sentiment for renewing bors 1952 outright endorsement but some opposed taking a formaf stand Hagerty said in an interview recorded in San Francisco that he didnt consider Eisenhowers physical condition a bar to an active campaign Full Recovery I would say he is no longer a convalescent from his June 9 intestinal operation Hagerty said But he declined to give any de tails of the part Eisenhower will play in the campaign beyond say ing his first major political speech probablj wont be made until the middle of Stevenson and Kefauver were accompanied by their campaign Move Is Aimed at Drunks Governor OKs Plan Leo A a six safety FROM OXK WIRE SERVICES DES MOINES Gov Hoegh Monday ordered point allout highway crackdown pinpointed on drunk en driving violations The plan prepared by State Safety Commissioner Clinton Moyer is aimed at halting the alarming rise in Iowas 1956 traf fic death toll which already is nearing the 500 mark Moyer warned that failure to carry out the plan could mean a 1956 toll of more than 700 traffic an alltime record The FEMININE HAT IN RINGMrs Millard TydingsTaSt ailUme record The ed for her hats has tossed one in the ring for Marylands worst year on record was 1954 Democratic senatorship nomination At right is Michael jwith 612 deaths Birmingham Maryland national committeeman Tydings Wife Plans to Seek Senate Seat CITYMd Eleanor Tydings wife of former Sen MUlard E Tydings has announced she is a candidate for the Mary land Democratic senatorial nomination Tydings who lost to Sen John Marshall Butler RMd in 1950 after five terms in the Senate won the Democratic nomination in a c close primary race with George P Mahoney a Baltimore contractor r a he said in DC slloulcl have an immediate effert The new record is possible be cause were caught in the grip a national trend and our vari ous state agencies are stretched to the limit trying to stop Moyer said He called for the toughest pos sible enforcement drive in every Iowa community against the adult who supplies liquor or beer to teen agers and against tha adult who knowingly sells it di rect to minors Immediate Effect Blockade at West Haven Called Off The West Haven blockade was Tydings withdrew last i have an lmmedjate effect week because of illness 1e states death rate He noted that 60 teenage drivers were dissolved Saturday and there ap patently will be no more action Mrs Tydings told a meeting of the United Democratic Womens Clubs of Maryland Sunday night that she was entering the race to carry on the Tydings name in November Mrs Tydings 52 will oppose Mahoney for the Democratic nomination Tydings successor was to be named Monday night at a meetj vt am oidie tins month on the proposed junktral Committee in Baltimore involved in fatal traffic accidents during the first six months of this year compared to 36 last year The figures show that thera jis more teenage drinking in volved in these accidents than anyone has the heart to believe he said In every case this is a local problem and it can only be kind of yard across the street from West iaven i ing of the Democratic State t kind of fctral Committee in Baltimore adults wno are passing the intoxicants AntiMahoney forces led by to the teen Mayor Thomas DAlesandro of Mason City Baltimore previously were back CVnd theiing National Committeeman Haven agreed to combine 0kJ on petitions by both The metal company had asked a court in junction to stop picketing and barricading of the site onto which it is to move east of West Haven pulled out of the race last Wed nesday night Since then DAlesandro been looking for a name to back every motorist arrested for drunken driving and prosecution aiiczxiiCLUUdUlv had asked an it was the Baltimore mayor who injunction to stop urged a draft Mrs Tyd of the junk yard claiming that it created a nuisance The hear ing on the metal companys peti of all motorists driving while un has der suspension Moyer said the number of con tion had been scheduled for Monday after one postponement Bill Reynolds chairman of the West Haven protest group said that no activity was expect ed at the junk yard location until after the combined hearing is held Nate Levinson attorney for the START WHIRLWIND CAMPAIGNSen EsteTTe0 fauver and Adlai Stevenson Democratic nomi nees lor vice president and president respectively leave Chicago s Midway Airport Monday to launch their elec tion campaign They predict their drive will be the greatest grassroots campaign of all time A i u in a nui i icy IUL LIlc managers and other party leaderslmetal company said that the on their series of visits with hearing date has not been set def initelHe e expects states Their grass roots con ferences will give them a chance to see and be seen in various parts of the county but they are not expected to make any major speeches Stevenson said their whirlwind tour had three major objectives He said he and the vice presi dential candidate wanted to talk over campaign plans with party leaders discuss issues with them and ascertain their particular regional problems Stevenson will open his formal campaign Sept 3 with a Labor Day address at Detroit and a se ries of Democratic rallies there Meanwhile nearly complete re iurns from Texas runoff primary Saturday left the gubernatorial nomination race so close that it could go either way as one counting official put it it to be the week of Sept 10 All About j i The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy with a ings move at Sundays session of the womens meeting Tydings stricken with a severe attack of shingles pulled out of the race on orders of his physi cian few brief thundcrshowers discovlred ing late afternoon or night miles per hour afternoons Little warmer Monday night Continued quite warm Tuesday Mon High day night 6568 fowa Generally fair south part ly cloudy with scattered thun dershowers north through Tues day Continued warm low Mon day night 6572 Minnesota Scattered showers victions for drunken driving in Iowa is not equal to some other states of comparable population This may indicate more drivers arrested for drunken driving are being convicted on lesser charges he said The report said 54 drunken drivers were involved in fatal accidents during the first half of this year compared to 46 in the same period in 1955 The plan also called for an appeal to all churches and service clubs in Iowa to open war on careless or high speed driving as LOUISA Va Two Iowa a moral offense children died and eight other Hoegh said National Guard persons were partly overcomeijeeps helicopters and planes Sunday when carbon monoxide will join Iowa Highway Patrol seeped inside the automobile in cars and planes again over the Labor Day weekend in patrolling highways He attributed the use of similar equipment over the July 4 period for a reduction in traffic fatalities during that time Two Women Hurt Carbon Monoxide Gas Fatal to 2 Iowa Children and her 7yearold brother Gar Warren Baugh Their deaths when their car on U S The eight other passengers all members of the Baugh family of Sundays final tabulation of un official returns by the Texas Elec ion Bureau An estimated otes remained to be reported Magsoysay Morin Get Freedoms Award NEW YORK un Freedom House announced Sunday Presi cnt Ramon Magsaysay of the hilippines and Gov Luis Munoz of Puerto Rico will re eive the 1956 Freedom House wards to 8 Monday Maximum Sunday Minimum Sunday night At 8 Monday YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum up 89 61 74 gg 68 JMcIntosh also of Ottumwa were taken to St Philips Hospital in Richmond All were treated and released except Barbara Jean Baugh 3 who was held for treat ment The father Mack Baugh 44 said the family was enroute to Hadensville in Goochland County and had been traveling con stantly since 10 p rn Friday State police said the car would be examined to find out how the deadly fumes leaked inside GlobeGazette weather data up o 8 Sunday Maximum Saturday 79 Minimum Saturday night 63 At 8 Sunday 67 Precipitation None YEAR AGO Maximum 33 Minimum 72 in Landslide Drowning Victims Body Is Located TEKAMAH Neb UP The dy of LeRoy Sorensen Jr 9 Jioux City was found Saturday night in the Missouri River 10 miles northeast of here The boy on of Mr and Mrs LeRoy Soren sen Sioux City had been missing unce Aug 10 SANTA MONICA Calif to One of the landslides that plague the Pacific Palisades broke Sunday tumbling four picknick ng women down from a 175foot high bluff and dumping tons of earth on the Coast Highway Two of the women suffered broken backs One car was caught in the on rush of dirt but its two occu pants escaped An estimated to tons of rocks and dirt gave way in the slide The Coast Highway which parallels the ocean was covered for about 150 feet with dirt 15 feet deep STRIKE ENDS WASHINGTON of the AFLCIO United Steel worker at nine Reynolds Metals Co plants in five states work Monday following the week end settlement of their 25day strike T