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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 28, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowos Daily Newspaper Edited lot the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NIWSPAPI THAT ALL ALL NORTH IOWANS NCIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXM Associated Presa and United Press Fuji Lease Wires Sevea a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY AUGUST 28 This Paper Consists ot Two No 277 asser Accepts Bid for Suez Talks Egypts Stall Blamed on Russ Adlai Elated by Tour Confers With Party Chiefs SANTA FE N M ww Adlai E Stevenson hiuing hard at the im portance of organizing at the pre cinct level headed Tuesday for the Northwest on the second leg of a whirlwind precampaiyn tour The next stop for the Democrat ic presidential nominee and his mate Sen Estes Kefauv cr was Portland Ore Then after a motor trip to Bonncville Dam they are to confer with party leaders from Washington Oregon Montana Idaho and Utah I By nightfall they are to be onj the way again taking off in their chartered plane for Sioux City Hey k London Pa Praised Blunt Words by Dulles FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON Secretary of State Dulles said Tuesday Russia has been waging a propaganda campaign to make it extremely difficult for Egyptian President Nasser to negotiate a satisfactory settlement of the Suez Canal crisis Dulles told a news conference that Nassers agreement Tuesday to receive a committee from the recent London conference to talk about the Suez problem consti tutes a contribution toward a peaceful solution The Soviet Union Dulles said stood out alone among the 22 na Angehna Ortiz plants a kiss on him Mondav ttlons which attended the London wows with Democratic leaders a campaign stopover Miss Ortiz 18 responded conference earlier this was held here Monday and after at the of press photographers and caught Stev imomh as a was 1 enson in midpucker not trinS to find a way to reach a peaceful solution Minority Plan AP Wirephoto Iowa The first of their regional now1 STRENUOUS Stevenson just about misses the bus when pretty Sante Fe N M Fiesta Queen n ward Stevenson pronounced it even more satisfactory than I thought was Citts Exhilaration The enthusiasm and the spirit of the party in the Southwest has exhilarated he told news men The conference largely given over to camjtoign tactics at the ungiamorous working level brought together representatives of these seven states New Mexi co Colorado Arkansas Wyom IN SENATOR RACE Mahoney Chosen to Replace Tydings R T TIM bALMORE Most of states with 57j Senate electoral votes arc normally Tnc Democratic bu in 1952 George P Mahoney who narrowly lost the fh u j was taSSed MondaV night io replace jthc ailing Millard E Tydings as the partys candidate for the U S m ing Texas Oklahoma and Georg i Democratic primary last May Committee by a 9755 vote selected the Eisenhower carried all of contractor over Eleanor Tydings wife of the except Arkansa former senator and daughter of former U S Ambassador to Russia Stevenson bluntly told the ferees that the Democrats Joseph E Davies ould revive the bitter 1950 campaign between Tydings and Republican Sen John Marshall BiiUer as an a mansized job on their hands to win in the November election and that party workers were go ing to have to roll up their sleeves iind labor in the precincts This election is going to be or lost depending on what is done in the he said And when I say won or lost 1 mean Groundwork Laid nnn i I o T anaigllL The present series of regional A Personal injury in the Senate was ousted r o t r it t n r I Injury Suit Filed Here Im going to take out after Butler throughout this state and make sure the people know about the fraud perpetrated on Tydings sLx years he said Committee members were urged by Mrs Tydings support Eighteen of the 22 nations which attended the London meeting pro setv safety and AP Wirephoto oi the House subcommittee on traf Jeaders Tuesday watched a series of safety tests on proving grounds in Milford Mich Here a car 220Pound Private Nurse Admits Shaking to Death Three Infants NEW HAVEN Conn lice say a 220pound pediatric nurse has admitted shaking to death three infants because submitted by India at the con ference and supported by the Sov iet Union Ceylon and Indonesia would leave the canal under Egyp tian control and provide an inter national board with advisory pow ers only Duiles said that on the very morning he was trying to explain a U S proposal for peaceful set tlement to Soviet Foreign Minister Shepilov in London Soviet propa ganda was carrying on a vicious campaign among the Arabs against a settlement between Nasl ser and the West The Soviets argued that the 3lan advocated by Dulles and finally accepted as the majority lan at the simp y a device for reimposing coloni alism on Egypt The canal issue Dulles first news since midJuly dominated conference mcetm groundwork s is designed io lay In District Court Butler in a bitter campaign at the grass roots for Mondav against thcjfor which Butlers side was rep the speechmaking campaign and Poweririmanded by a Senate elections Stevenson and Kefnuver w i I ICo Cedar Rapids The It said back launch next month jxvas by Ben Burma type tactics were used Stevenson said that while hcias the result of inJurics he claims P does not intend to attack Eisento have sufferpd in an accident1 crs to name her so she might Steady Progrws carry on her husbands vengeance Dulles said he hopes the prob campaign against Butler ilem of the Suez Canal can be Tydmgs who served 24 straight solved bi establishing confidence through impartial effective non poiitical operation of the canal He said there has been stendv movement forward toward a so lution but the end is not yet in fused to take their formula It was all Virginia B Jaspers 33yearold daughter of a county official told the coroner I didnt know why I did it Children some times get on my Miss Jaspers who is six feet tall also admitted breaking the leg of another infant and in flicting a head injury on a fifth said Coroner James J Corri gan A private pediatric nurse for seven years she often lived in with the parents of the children and was not connected with a hospital Police said the deaths dated back to 1948 Miss Jaspers was taken into custody as the result of the death Thursday of the 11dayold daughter of Mr and Mrs Allen Kapsinow New Hav en Police Chief Francis V Mc Manus quoted her as saying she shook the infant violently be cause it refused its formula The Kapsinows thought their child had died of natural causes McAfanus said the case devel oped after Taylor acting medical examiner re ported the Kapsinow child had suffered head and body injur ies apparently caused when she was picked up and shak en After several hours of ques tioning police said Miss Jas pers admitted shaking the Kap sinow child to death Then police said she admit ted Causing the death in 1948 of the 7weekold son of Mr and Mrs Allen Kubbard Guiliord Causing the death of the in fant son of Mr and Mrs lard Malkin New Canaan four years ago Mrs Malkin is a concert soprano whose name is Joan Brainerd stage Inflicting a head injury on the 8weekoid son of Mr and Mrs Harry Saidel New Haven Breaking the leg of the 3 monthold daughter of Mr and Mrs Marvin Schaeffer Wood bridge in 1955 In a jail cell Miss Jaspers kept repeating How will ever face people again FOR MASON CITY sight hower personally he is going toi mnkc an issue of the way in But Dulles said he believes Nasser has the authority to ac Ian 3 Singled out for criticism was acept a fair Plan and thathe be Burma snys in his petition such a Pan can be worked which the President has conduct10 reccivcd third degree burns onjpurporting to show Tydings in cd his office and what he calledms llanfls ancl was permanentlyjamiable conversation with Earl the present failure of leaderparalyzccl from tnc Wilist UP afterjBrowder Communist party chief snip jcoming in contact with an electricl Since his defeat Tydings has Stevenson said he didnt know wirc He savs liiat tlle wasiPublicly charged Butler with lack out what kind of campaign Eisenhow er and Vice President Nixon were going to conduct but he said that his and Kefauvers campaign was going to be on as high a level as they could make it About negligently kept by the companying the manhood to denounce near his place of employment of the picture And he let it be At the time of the mishap Burjknown his new campaign against ma was an employe of an elevaButler would recall the clashes tor located six miles west of Bel mond in Wright County His pe of former years with the late President Franklin D Roosevelt The Weaiher Mason City Partly fniniirfh through Wednesday occasional showers or thunderstorms Cooler Tuesday night and Wed nesday Low Tuesday night around 60 High Wednesday 8G90 J o w a Partly cloudy through Wednesday Widely scattered thunderstorms northwest and east Tuesday night and likely east Wednesday Not so warm northwest Wednesday Low Tuesday night 6572 Minnesota Showers cooler GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Tuesday Maximum Monday 92 Minimum Monday night 62 At 8 Tuesday 63 Precipitation 90 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 63 tition states that he was testing and Sen Joseph R McCarthy R the temperature of some grain in jbins owned by the elevator when Because Tydings refused to sup jthe injuries occurred o r t administration measures j The amount of damages isjRoosevelt urged his defeat in the based on his hospital and medi Jcal bills as well as a settlement for permanent disability for the balance of his life expectancy INCOME CLIMBS DES MOINES The State Liquor Central Commission had a net income of in fiscal 1955 State Auditor C B Akers reported Tuesday This was an increase of over the year before 1938 primary A decade later Mc Carthy accused Tydings of engi neertyg a whitewash of the Wisconsin senators charges tha government service ranks were infested with Communists Me Carthy was a strong Butler sup porter in 1950 Charges Denied Tydings denied the charge and continued to do so off and on in the years between his defeat and his return to the political wars After Tydings withdrew Aug 19 Mahoney immediately claimed a moral right to the nomination AntiMahoney forces led by May or Thomas DAlcsandro of Balti more swung their support to Na tional Committeeman Michael J Birmingham SAME BUck netna ta VI It was an odd political switch or Birmingham had been Ma honeys primary campaign man ager Birmingham later abandoned his claim to the nomination Meat Packing Workers Taking Strike Vote CHICAGO ijfi Meat packing workers in local unions through out the country were taking a vote Tuesday on whether to strike against six large employers Chicago headquarters of the merged Amalgamated Meat Cut ters and Butcher Workmen and the United Packinghouse Work ers said the vote is not expected to be tabulated until the end of the week It was authorized Fri day The six companies are Swift Armour Wilson Cudahy John Morrell and Hygrade Food Products Corp Union leaders es timated they employ a total of persons Union leaders said they want a substantial wage increase but did not elaborate Existing con Propose Ozark as Sole Air Carrier Ozark Air Lines is proposed the sole air carrier to serve Ma son City according to a tenta tive route pattern proposed by the Bureau of Air Operation The BAO operates under the Civil Aeronautics Board In the routing plan growing out of the CAB seven state area in vestigation the BAO recommend ed the same eastwest route as serves Mason City at present with the addition of Omaha as a co terminal with Sioux City on the western end A new local service segment would run from Minneapolis to St Louis via Rochester Mason City Fort Dodge Des Moines Ottumwa and Burlington Iowa and Quincy 111 NorthSouth Route Ozark has requested a north south route with terminals at Minneapolis and Omaha In its announcement the bureau suggested that Ozark Air Lines serve the entire Iowa one of four areas into which the Midwest was divided by the ten ative routing proposals We beiieve that the deletion of Braniff points at issue in the area expept Rochester and Lincoln will afford the local service car rier complete freedom in devel oping the maximum traffic while 4 Killed in 2Car Crash SHELDON Four persons ter and Washington in September Some of the proposed routing is in accordance with the local airport commissions policy state ment submitted at the hearings Although the commission asked for retention of Braniff air servix ice the group had suggested thatllUp if Braniff were suspended here a single carrier for both northsouth were dead following a twocar collision at a country road inter section five miles south of this northwest Iowa town late Monday night The victims were Mrs Lauren Gerber wife of a Sheldon minis ter their threeyearold daugh fiveyearold son and 17 son of Mr and Smit of near Sheldon several hours re k UPC t Site Not Chosen as Yet Note Imposes No Conditions FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES President Gamal Abdel Nasser Tuesday ac cepted the fivenation Suez com mittees invitation for talks on the future of the contested water way I agree to the proposed meet ing as requested by the commit Nasser said in a personal message to Australian Prime Minister R G Menzies head of the fivepower group set up by the is nations supporting U S Secretary of State John Foster Dulles plan for the future of the Suez at last weeks London par ley The eightline Egyptian nota imposed no conditions on talks with the committee which in cludes not only Menzies but rep resentatives of the United States Iran Sweden and Ethiopia Dulles Plan Officials in Cairo however said the acceptance of the invi tation implied no willingness to consider the Dulles plan for in ternationalizing the Suez as a basis for negotiation Egyptian Ambassador S a m i Aboul Fetouh handed Nassers message to Menzies here Tues day morning Menzies immedi ately afterward conferred with Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden and then called nls com mittee into session Neither Menzies invitation nor Nassers reply suggested a for che meeting although Men zies was known to favor a neu tral city like Rome or Geneva Cairo sources said Nasser would agree oniy to Cairo Cairo Radio in broadcasting the text of the Menzies note to Egypt quoted the Australian as 1 suggest that agreement be reached on the time and place of the meeting after I receive your reply to this Mamies Note The Menzies note said the five xnver committee wished to meet with Nasser to explain the point of view of the group supporting he Dulles plan Cairo sources aid previously that Nasser would refuse to consider international zation of the Suez Canal a point vhich is basic to the Dulles pro posal Observers said the invitation for alks which Menzies sent to Nas er last Friday may have con amed assurances that such dis ussions would not commit Egypt o the Dulles plan but merely ive both sides a chance to estab ish a basis for peaceful conver ations Nasser has said the plan gested by Dulles for s canal under international control fundamentally unaccept and eastwest might be best from i MrGeroei and anjabie and could never be used standpoint of economy other daughter Rose Marie 9 jas a basis for negotiations The commission also had asked iwere hospitalized hereThe continued northsouth service tojwas m cntlcal condition Des Moines as a gateway for J Mason City passengers The ten tative routing proposed Des Moines on that route Ozarks proposal for a northsouth route would not have touched Des Moines tracts will expire Sept 1 same time satisfying the tiations for new agreements have been in progress for some time 58 KUredTTrHurt in Montreal Blast MONTREAL un An explosion apparently caused by escaping gas wrecked a 16family apart ment house in a Montreal suburb Tuesday First reports said from to 8 persons were killed and 15 njured Barn Struck by Lightning Burns NORA SPRINGS Lightning Tuesday struck barn on the Oliver Aldrich farm three miles east of here and the buildin burned to the groundr The bolt struck about The Nora Springs fire depart ment battled the flames There was insurance on the barn but not on the bales which service needs of the cities the ZK ine BAO stat l cd the haloft or the BAO statement said No Comment The Mason City airport com mission has not had time to study the statement and Chairman Hans V Tofte said Tuesday the com mission has no comment on the BAO proposals at this time Tofte did emphasize that the proposal is only a suggestion Further hearing in the air serv ice investigation will be held at Authorities said the westbound Gerber auto overturned after the collision and landed on its top in a ditch The southbound car in which Smit was riding alone re mained upright but its left side was extensively damaged Officers said there are no stop signs at the intersection but lha visibility is good in all directions The Rev Mr Gerber and his family moved to Sheldon only a month ago to organize a Baptis church believed lost in the fire accord ing to Fire Chief Lloyd Anderson There was no estimate on the damage MAKES SENSE DETROIT UP Testifying her first name embarrassed her be cause people confuse it with a mans Mrs Eddie Jefferson 31 petitioned probate court Monday to have it changed to Billie Osage Records Rain A narrow band of thunder storms dumped heavy rain on some points early Tues day and the Weather Bureau said more showers can be ex pected in the northwest and east Tuesday night Heaviest rainfall reported was inches at Osage in Mitchell County Charles City had inches Mason City 90 Hubbard 78 Steamboat Rock 70 Parkers burg 68 There was some small hail ac companied by strong winds at Urbandalc a Des Moines suburb Flow of Traffic There were growing indications Egypt was running into difficulty now in keeping the flow of ship ping up to par on the waterway that is the lifeline of Western Europe Ships reported delays up to 24 hours The administrative council of the Suez Canai Company met in Paris to discuss the possible withdrawal of nonEgyptian canal pilots from Egypt Such a move would cause a complete disrup tion of canal traffic The British embassy mean while denied that the country was in any way connected with an espionage ring as charged by Egypt Two Britons and an Egyp ian were arrested Monday in Cairo for allegedly mastermind ng a spy network for British ntelligence Arrested were James Swin urn business manager of the Britishowned Arab News Agency n Cairo Charles Pittuck an of icial of the Marconi RadioTele graph Co of Egypt and El Sayed Amin Mahmud the Egyptian Police seized the three at Swin burns Cairo home PUBLICATION RESUMED RIO DE JANEIRO UP jpposition newspaper Tribuna Da closed by police last Friday resumed publication Matt lay   

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