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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 13, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited lot the Associated Press and United Full WlrM MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NIWSPAPIR THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANS NEI seven cenu copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 13 G H I O R S HOME EDITION This Paper Consists of Two Itl Wont Shoot Way Into Suez Dulles EisenhowerNixon Campaign Strategy Is Evident at Rally GETTYSBURG Pa President Eisenhower apparently in tends to lay stress on his administrations hopes for the future while leaving to Vice President Nixon any direct swings at the Democratic opposition That pattern for Republican campaigning was laid out here Wednesday at a clover pasture rally of about 500 GOP leaders on Eisenhowers farm estate Eisenhower who said I feel fine and looked it in country squire garb of sports coat and slacks told the picnicking Repub licans their first order of business is to get everybody registered and to the polls on election day He feels so nonpartisan about that he said that even if the Republicans couldnt convert all the new voters Id rather they against us than not at r i Without a word of direct criti Burns Appeals for End to Border Fight JERUSALEM j Gen Edson Burns U N truce chief has called on both Jordan and Israel to put an end to the se ries of border incidents that has exploded in the middle of the worsening Suez crisis Jordan military sources charged Wednesday that Israelis in a fleet of trucks and armored cars blew up a forti fied police post and killed 20 Jor danians during a twohour battle This attack one of the most serious along the JordanIsraeli border in months was only three miles from where the Israelis claimed six of their soldiers were killed by a Jordan patrol Monday The raid was followed by an Israeli report Wednesday night that two Israeli guardsmen were killed by from Jordan on the road between the Dead Sea and Red Sea Another guards man was missing Gen Burns appealed to both sides to end the tragic series of In a communique he de clared that the raid appeared to be an act of retaliation such as has been repeatedly condemned by the Security AFLCIO Board to Support Democrats CHICAGO ffi The General Board of the AFLCIO Wednesday endorsed the Democratic national ticket of Adlai E Stevenson and Estes Kefauver The board is made up of one official of each of the 145 AFLCIO unions plus the 28 members of the AFLCIO Executive Council a total of 173 The Executive Council of the organization endorsed Stevenson and Kefauver Aug 28 at a meet ing in Forest Park Pa At that time five of the council members were reported to have voted against the endorsement of Stev enson and Kefauver cism of the Democrats Eisen hower urged the GOP workers to campaign in every section of the country to make sure that we stay on the straight road of prosperity progress and He urged the GOP workers to change a campaign into a cru sade and predicted November victory if there is enough hard work Dont let our people down by writing off as hopeless any contest by conceding any he said This is the road to stalemate or to He exhorted his hearers to cam paign on the theme that the GOP is best fitted for management of our Plain Talk Nixon in a preview of the 32 state campaign tour he will begin next Tuesday told the Republi cans You dont win elections on a diet of dishwater and milk He made it plain he will aim plenty of ammunition at Adlai Stevenson the Democratic presi dential nominee Sen Estes Ke fauver his running mate and former President Harry S Tru man Nixon challenged Stevenson to repudiate a statement by Tru man that Truman does not be lieve Alger Hiss was a spy Hiss a former State Department em ploye served a prison term for perjury growing out of his denial that he passed secret govern ment papers to a Russian spy ring Nixon said that if Stevenson doesnt disown Trumans state ment we shall have to discuss this issue and let people decide whether we or our opponents are better qualified to handle this Low Blows Democrats have complained that Nixon swung some low blows at them in the 1954 congressional campaign by insinuating their party was soft on Communism Nixon assailed Stevensons con tention that the Eisenhower ad ministration has been guilty of misconduct and Well be glad to compare the moral standards of the Eisen hower administration with those of the Truman Egypt in Protest to U N Fear Halt in Canal Traffic By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Egypt carried her side of thej Suez crisis to the United Nations Thursday charging Britain and France must bear responsibility tor any obstruction in shipping resulting from a pending walkout of foreign pilots and technicians This appeared aimed to counter he declaration of Britain and France in a letter1 to the Security Council president Wednesday that Egypts attempt to end the sysi growing ovit of the Rev C J tern of international operation Sentmans front fender The might endanger free passage ofj Sentman car was parked in he canal The move was made in a cable N W Thursday night when it o Egyptian Delegate Omar Loufwas struck by a car driven by ti in New York as Egyptians deJeanette Mary Staley 19 1225 SUEZ PILOTS APPLY FOR VISAS Clerk Claude Bourdon right shows Suez Canal pilot Oscar Loze of Spain how to fill out resignation papers as othei pilots wait their turn A rush for exit visas was on at Port Said Thursday and it appeared that only a few foreign pilots would remain on thejob after Friday Stevenson to Launch Vote Drive With Talk HARR1SBURG Pa to Adlai Stevenson formally opens his campaign for the presidency Thursday night with a speech The Democratic nominee will speak to a nationwide audience over all possible television and four CST in a saturation ef ort to develop what aides call an important theme in the campaign They kept the precise subject secret Stevensons staff members said the cost of the aired speech would exceed TV sources plac ed the figure at At these prices Stevenson flew into Harrisburg from New York almost a day ahead of his speak ing engagement so he could have ample time to put the finishing touches on the address in the pri Eisenhower made no mention of these attacks on the Demo crats But he praised Nixon warmly There is no man in history who has had such a careful prep aration as has Vice President Nixon for carrying out the duties of the presidency if that duty should ever fall upon Eis enhower said Eisenhower brought down the house when he told the GOP leaders he wanted to answer a question he had been asked just about every day for a year Ladies and he said I feel AP WIrephoto SEEKS me r tennis star Gertrude Gorgeous Gussie Moran 31 strikes a leggy pose in New York court Thursday where she filed an annulment action against Thomas Corbally her husband of five weeks Now a r a d i oTV sports announcer Miss Moran contends that she and Corbally 35 never lived as man and wife Nixon declared cheers to Republican Bulganin in New Letter to President WASHINGTON Soviet Nikolai Bulganin has ent a new message to President Cisenhovver on EastWest prob ems it was announced Thurs day Bulganins message was deliv ired to Secretary of State John roster Dulles by Russian Ambas sador Georgi N Zaroubin Asked whether the message had o do with the Suez crisis Zarou bin told reporters No It is the answer of Bulganin to the President of the United States letter of Aug Eisenhower wrote to Bul ganin Aug 4 calling on the Soviet Union to help create a spirit in EastWest The President particularly men tioned the need for progress in the fields of disarmament Ger man unification and contacts be tween East and West Bulganin earlier Thursday sent messages to Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden of Britain and French Premier Guy Mollet re garding the Suez crisis UNEMPLOYMENT DIPS DES MOINESiff Unemploy ment in Iowa for the week ended Sept 1 totaled which was 416 fewer cases than the previous week the State Employment Commission reported Thursday SAME WtlU Meant M death to tttmnt Tennessee Gov Leader staff members and newsmen Stevenson will deliver his ad dress in the large arena of the State Farm Show Building at a 550aplate fund raising dinner Staff members said that persons were expected to attend f so the dinner receipts of a lalf million dollars far exceeds the cost of the speech The arena will be decorated with placecards inscribed Re member reminder of the Democratic triumph in that states election Monday Added Attracfion As an added attraction ap proximately a hundred men named Joe Smith from all sec tions of Pennsylvania will seated in a special section has no place for Joe Smith Meanwhile the fauver campaign StevensonKe coffcrs were HERMAN TALMADGE Talmadge to Be Successor to George ATLANTA succes sor to veteran U S Sen Walter F George will be Herman E Tal madge 43yearold staunch racial segregationist Talmadge rode to victory Wednesday in the Democratic pri to election in this Melvin E Thomp ison whom he has twice defeatedjpress was barred I for governor but never by such a Tne eighth and last of a series j smashing margin as in the Senateof regional conferences Steven1 jrace son and Kefauver conducted on Mason City Considerable doudi Thompson also a former govjtheir coast to coast travels was About The Weather vacy of Gov George M Leaders Executive Mansion Stevenson traveled here by Would Divert Ships To Bolster Tanker Fleet OUR WIRE SERVICES I WASHINGTON Secretary af State Dulles said Thursday the United States has no intention of i shooting its way through the Suez Canal if Egypt blocks the passage iof ships Dulles told a news conference jthe United States would divert its around Africa under such BALANCING light pole conditions regardless of the ex in Mason City appears to be front of his home at 931 Monroe Bounced a new Western plan for a users association to run the na ionalized waterway as designed to provoke war To Quit Jobs 10th The parked car was pushed 50 feet and cracked off the pole The girl who was treated for minor injuries had been trying to avoid cars A Foreign Office spokesman parked on each side of the announced Loufti was told to inj street police said when her form Secretary General Dag llammarskjold and U N mem bers of the authorization by the old Suez Canal to foreign em ployes to leave their jobs this weekend The spokesman de scribed the authorization as anj order 1 Loufti also was asked to till in the on the announcement ofj some 400 foreign employes that auto got too far to the right Coo Front Being Drawn Into Iowa From the North they are quitting Friday night chartered plane with his runningjword from Port Said was that mate Sen Estes Kefauver ofjonly a half dozen pilots would stay on the job A complete tie up of traffic was feared In London British Foreign Min ister Selwyn Lloyd defended by passing the United Nations ori ginally in the dispute He de clared it was obvious Soviet Rus sia would veto any suggestion for international operation of the waterway The foreign secretary made tra cost involved He said the government is ready to consider dollar loans to friendly countries who might be unable to withstand such a finan cial burden At the same time Dulles ap pealed to Egypt to reconsider its initial violent objection to a plan for setting up an association of Suez Canal users Urgent Message While Dulles meeting with re porters was still in progress the Egyptian Embassy announced that Egyptian Ambassador Ahmed Hussein had called on Dulles a few minutes earlier to give him the urgent message that the scheme which Sir Anthony Eden wants to impose on Egypt is an open and flagrant aggression on Egyptian sovereignly and its im jplementation means A narin Iront moved into The embassy said the ambas sador told Dulles If the U S desires war then eni and central Iowa from Mis souri Wednesday night but it be i l w ta V a L IHtll gan drawing cooler air towardjshe may support this scheme but 1 u Til H iiiUrtV bulling Oil Slill plain the Eden government has tered showers and thunder no intention of backing down in ils open feud with Nasser be Smith was the mythical date delegate Terry Carpenter of Nebraska attempted to place in nomination against Richard M Nixon in San Francisco as a sym bol of an open Republican con vention Sponsors of the Democratic din ner here said that to them Joe SmiHi symbolizes all the people the state Temperatures began rising aft er midnight in southern and cen tral Iowa and by midafternoon the weak storm disturbance had moved to northeast Iowa with its warm front extending east ward y The rapid movement of the warm front drew air from Cana da rapidly southward It will overspread the state Thursday night and Friday setting of scat No Compromise The responsibility is ours and we shall discharge he de clared We are not prepared to let unrestricted control of the op eration of this canal pass into the hands of one government or one man Upon that issue we are prepared to Lloyd denied that either the French or British governments had told nonEgyptian experts in Egypt to quit The users association propos weather systems was expected to dent Nasser in recent Suez dis create a wide in temperajcussions in Cairo tu res in Iowa Thursday very warm in the southwest but cool in the northeast storms The rapid movement of the if her desire is to work for peaceful solution the scheme has to be Dulles statement Thursday ap parently had the personal back ing of President Eisenhower James C Hagerty White House press secretary told reporters at Eisenhowers Gettysburg farm that the President will fly here Friday afternoon for a White House conference with Premier Robert Menzies of Aus tralia Menzies headed the com mission which failed to reach agreement with Egypts Presi No Dulles made no reference at his news conference to Husseins visit In response to questions Dulles said he hopes other nations will join the users association But he said the United States would go it alone with Britain and France if necessary killed last Sunday night by aid rePeatedly the u L Dean McClain a 12yearold LineUmte States 1S not seekinS to cd by the Western Big Three is ville neighbor boy without fcloprovoke war by helping sec UP the iimnri oi i now Suez association This in effect was the reply LT1 ivjiiivjuna JJdll UCil Id III Oil V and that the Republican Party The association would be iiuMonday and soclatlon Plan as alleged act the role of a lenantcollcctinghn slavin and Wlth the obvious nTfa tolls hut UlU Of la war Youth Is Cleared in Neighbors Slaying CORYDON A coroners jury decided Wednesday that 15 yearold Max Jack Moore was r i M v 11 J I I aimed at regulating internationaljnioiis intent traffic through the canalsupply The threeman iurv of ir ou mg pilots lo guide the ships officials had heard testimonv ncreased by at a quiet fund raising dinner Wednesday night in New York Thomas K lodges press secretary to Gov Leader told newsmen Hodges stressed that the con sisted of checks and not simply promises or pledges The 250 Supporters dinner was attended by about 250 Stevenson supporters Stevenson escorted Mrs Franklin D Roosevelt widow of the for mer President to the sociaJ The tolls but paying rental Egypt as the landlord canal ness through Friday Chance of an occasional shower or thun derstorm Thursday night Low Thursday night 4852 High Fri day around 70 Iowa Partly cloudy through Friday scattered light showers and thunderstorms south and east Low Thursday night 50 55 northwest 5560 southeast Minnesota Clearing much cool er GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Thursday Maximum Wednesday 79 Minimum Wednesday night 54 At 8 a m Thursday 62 YEAR AGO Maximum 79 Minimum 51 ernor consoled himself that polled more than votes or more than a fifth of the total Talmadge led in all of the coun ties heard of a total of had 378 of the decisive county units in his column to none for his rival He had appealed in his campaign for an overwhelm ing mandate to carry his battle for local self and racial segregation to the Congress The popular vote count from of the states precincts gave Talmadge Thompson LOW DIES LONDON A M Low 68 British scientist credited with designing the first guided mis sile died Thursday in New York Wednesday Party leaders from New Pennsylvania New Jersey Mary1 land Delaware West Virginia and Washington D C advised the national ticket that these were issues to stress 1 The rising cost of living 2 Unemployment in industrial areas such as Pennsylvania 3 Farm problems 4 The number of small busi ness failures and the difficulty small businessmen have in ob taining loans at interest rates they can afford 5 The Presidents health 6 Vice President Richard M Nixon 7 The big business Cabinet 8 Foreign policy os tohneeting Wednesday deliberated j leacunS to 0 1CL Britain intends to shoot its way the canal if Egypt tries to stop British vessels If Egypt refuses to allow ves sels through Dulles said it would be in clear violation of the 188S convention which promised access by all ships to the canal in peace and war U would be up to each country to decide what to do in such a Dulles said 1888 Convention If Egypt halted any ships he said members which signed this 1888 convention would be free to take steps through the United Na tions or take what Dulles called other appropriate action under the circumstances Dulles said American tankers now in will be put into operation soon so if neces sary they can help haul oil to Western Europe These vessels would be needed to carry fuel to Western Europe if the canal were close and tankers from the Mid dle East were forced to go around Africa Dulles specifically mentioned Italy and Norway as two of the big shipping countries whose sup port would be desirable in the association He noted the other big shipping nations are the United States Britain and France Dulles said he hopes negotia tions to set up the associa tion will he well under way by next week DEDICATE MEMORIAL A statue to the Army of the the late Albert Wool son the last member of the dedicated on the battlefield at Gettysburg Wednesday Looking at left are Celeste Gentieus Wilmington who fostered the memorial and Dr Avard Fairbanks the sculptor   

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