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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 14, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T U E THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKE S ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBOR S HOME EDITION VOL LXil Associated Press and United Press Full Lease wires Nixon Is Adieus Target Cents CoPy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 14 1956 Campaign Is Opened WASHINGTON un Adlai E Stevenson arriving to open his national campaign headquarters here told a cheering crowd at National Airport Friday he hopes to set up residence in the White House next January The Democratic presidential nominee flew in from Harrisburg where Thursday night he for mally opened his campaign with a speech broadcast nationally on radio and television In that ad dressi he said that from here on Republican leadership will be in the hands of Vice President Nixon instead of President Eisen hower Stevenson said the nation ha a parttime presidency with power passing to the hands o Nixon and a big business Cabi net An enthusiastic crowd of sev eral hundred persons was on hanc at the airport as Stevenson stepped from his chartered four engine plane Informal Talk After being greeted by Demo cratic Party officials Stevenson walked to a battery of micro phones and made a brief inform al talk Stevenson told his audience he remembered some of them from four years ago when he ran un successfully against Eisenhower The crowd iaughed when he said he thought something wen wrong with his 1952 effort to win the presidency But Stevenson added that he again is planning to come to Washington as a White House occupant Stevensons campaign opening talk Thursday was made in j convention like atmosphere a Harrisburgs huge Farm Show arena His supporters waved pla cards and marched in the aisles Obviously referring to President Eisenhowers health Stevenson said Everyone shares in sympathy for the circumstances which have created a parttime presidency But we cannot understand and we will not accept turning the government over to men who work fulltime for the wrong peo ple and for a limited group of people And the plain truth is that this situation would get worse not better in a continuation of this administration because what in fluence the President has with his party in Congress has depended on his running again Heir Apparent But from here on the future of Republican leaders will depend not on Eisenhower but the Re publican heir apparent Mr Nix Stevensons arena audience booed Nixons name lustily And the vice said Stevenson seems to sail down wind no matter which way the wind Stevenson said that since the turn of the century America has had 28 years under Democratic government and 28 under Repub lican government He declared During those Democratic years we abolished child labor commenced unemployment insur ance old age retirement and minimum wages made collective bargaining work guaranteed bank deposits financed home owner ship started public housing put a floor under farm prices set up TVA and REA protected inves tors through the securities com mission and consumers through the Federal Trade Commission and lifted the nation from the rubble of bankruptcy and despair to a great plateau of Some Gains Stevenson conceded that during the 28 years of Repulican lead ership there were to be sure some accomplishments that must not be dismissed But they dont even compare with these I have he declared And thats why I say that to get things done America will once again turn to Demo cratic In Washington Republican Na tional Chairman Leonard Hall said Stevenson tried to compare thp 28 years of Democrat control in this country with 28 years of Republican control But no one cm speak of thisrecord without remembering two world wars and OM police action that occurred daring Democrat years Can This Paper Consists of Two WELLWISHERS MOB STEVENSON Adlai Stevenson Democratic canclidatffor president is mobbed by placardwaving horntooting party at a Peech i Bulganin Proposes New Parley on Disarmament MOSCOW UP Premier Bulganin proposed new EastWesl talks on disarmament in the let ter he sent President Eisenhower this week it was announced Fri day It was not immediately clear whether the Soviet premier was urging new Big Four talks or ne Swift Co Strike Set for Thursday CHICAGO UP Union leaders Friday said that meat pack ing employes will strike Thurs day at at 40 plants of Swift and Co Contract talks with Swift were recessed Thursday said Ralph lelestein president of the United packinghouse Workers and Earl W Jimerson head of the Amal gamated Meat Cutters and Butch er Workmen Previously officials of the merged AFLCIO union said their members had authorized a strike against 110 plants of 6 meat packing firms Union spokesmen said negotia ions are continuing with Armour Wilson Cudahy John Morrell and and Hygrade Food Products Corp Swift spokesmen have de fined to face up this years na ional collective bargaining pic said Jimerson and Hel tein The packinhouse workers can not be expected to accept less han workers in steel and other major they added Union leaders have said they vant a substantial increase in a new contract although they have not elaborated The old con tract expired Sept 1 but manage ment and union extended it orr a day to day basis during ne gotiations gotiations between the Unitec States and Russia alone His letter repeated Russias re jection of President Eisenhowers open sky plan and expressed regret that the United States had not matched the reduction of armed forces recently announcec by Russia He also noted the failure of various United Nations groups to reach any agreement on disarma ment Considering that the work of the Disarmament Commis sion and its subcommittee did not produce any positive results we should try to find a way out of the deadlock and to carry on talks on Bulganin said He proposed as subjects for new talks concrete questions per taining to the reduction of arm Martin Charges Stevenson of Smearing Nixon WASHINGTON Thom as E Martin RIowa said Thursday Adlai E Stevenson las assumed smearNixon leadership campaign of a Former Supervisor Is Convicted on Conspiracy Charge JEFFERSON OP Chriss M Olson Manilla former Craw ford County supervisor Friday morning was convicted by a District spiracy funds Court jury and misuse of con of public The jury which took the case at Thursday de liberated throughout the night aefore reaching a verdict Olson 57 was specifically con victed of conspiracy to injure property of members of the Irawford County Drainage Dis He faces a maximum sentence of three years in prison Defense attorney Floyd Caige of Denison and Orville Harris ndicated they would appeal the covniction They have 30 days in which to file a motion Olson was tried in District Court here on a change of ve nue In a statement issued through he Republican National Commit tee Martin referred to the Demo cratic presidential candidates statement in New York Tuesday night that Vice President Nixon was presenting a new face and you have to be awed by the lack of conviction which makes so swift a transformation In contrast Martin added Nix on has on two occasions recently mblicly credited Stevenson with The new Stevenson in his campaign to date has not twisted he said Martin He has ignored them or turned them up side down Now he has person ally become a smearer as well The American people have a right to expect something better including honesty and dignity from a candidate for the highest office in the One Dead Two Hurt in TwoCar Crash South of Leon LEON aments in particular to the re duction of the numerical strength of the armed forces of the greal powers and also steps for the banning of atomic The Soviet premier recalled the recent announcement that Russia is reducing its armed strength by more than men and said he had been forced regret fully to conclude that the idea did not meet with U S approval He said a troop reduction b3 the United States and other major powers would be of great sig nificance for the strengthening of international confidence and an important step toward eding the international arms race and ending the threat of atomic war Sochi where Bulganin is vacationing was re leased Friday night by the offi cial Soviet news agency Tass It replied to Eisenhowers Aug 4 letter rebuking the Soviet govern ment for not living up to agree ments reached in Geneva last year The letter written at Black Sea health resort SETTLEMENT DAVENPORT UP Marvin Youngs Davenport was award ed an settlement Thurs day by a federal court jury after he charged he lost his arm and suffered other injuries as a re sult of an accident at the Clinton Foods plant at Clinton SAME a Talks Pushed by Big RAP LAYOFFS Strike Ballot Circulated by Rail Unions CHICAGO labor uni ons are demanding that the Chi cago North Western Railway grant severance pay equal to an employes previous total compen sation a railroad source said Fri day The unions are taking a strike vote to enforce their demands against both the North Western and its subsidiary the Chicago St Paul Minneapolis Omaha Railroad Ballots are returnable Sept 20 The unions allege there have been many job abolishments on the North Western since April 1 under the new management of Ben W Heineman chairman and Clyde J Fitzpatrick president Union Proposal Under the union proposal an employe of 25 years of service who has averaged annually would receive in sever ance pay The unions also are asking the railroad to pay supplemental compensation to workers who are bumped to a lower paying job Under this proposal an employe who is bumped from a job pay ing daily to one paying daily would continue to get daily for as long a period as he has been employed by the line The unions also want the lines hospital medical and health plans continued for furloughed em ployes for a period equal to the length of employment at com pany expense Other Demands Other demands include pay ment of moving costs a 30day living allowance for a transferee employe and paid vacations for employes who have been laid off The railroad has rejected re quests for negotiation contending the demands are not within the cope of the Railway Labor Act The unions assert that employes with 30 to 40 years of service lave been discharged with two days notice and their positions abolished Heineman declined to estimate low many employes have been discharged Some estimates have been as high as MILITARY ESCORT National Guardsmen escTrt James Gordon 10 a 5th grader out of the car which took him and two others to the allwhite school at Clay Ky Friday The schools 590 white students continued their boycott and the three Negroes were the only ones in classes There have been no demonstrations however Iowa Gl Arrested in Fund Theft FRANKFURT Germany UP Donald R Gamine Sac City Iowa has been arrested for questioning in the theft of n U S Army funds authorities nnounced Friday Carnine 25 was reported ab ent without leave July 2 The Tioney was reported missing rom the company safe in Car lines unit the same day He was he company clerk Iowa Republicans Admit They Have A Big Job to Do By ROBERT HOGAN DES MOINES IDPA Republican party leaders some 350 of them were back on their home battlegrounds Friday pre paring for an allout November election campaign The 350 county and district chairmen and vice chairmen state officials and party leaders had been challenged in a oneday campaign conference Thursday to ring the bells and tell the people the Republican story of progress and It was an overflow crowd There were two other slogans being passed around among the conference delegates Remember Maine and Remember 1 O T1 1 iA i Work on Details Begun Pilots Set to Walk Out LONDON The Western Big Three moved swiftly Friday to set up a Suez Canal users as ociation with the prospect U S Secretary of State Dulles may make a hurried flight to London An American diplomatic source said he understood Dulles was coming here next Wednesday A British diplomatic spokes man said the invitation list for an international conference is still being drawn the nvitations would go out short The British Press Assn sug gested the possibility that Egypt may be among those invited The general feeling here was that the conference would be next but no definite date has been an nounced Whether Dulles reported trip was to take part in the confer ence or merely to discuss prepar ations with the British and French was not clear Some 400 foreign employes of the canal including many pilots plan to walk off their jobs Friday afternoon This could paralyze traffic on the vital waterway The war jitters that gripped this a large part of the the idea of the Suez users association was first subsided somewhat n the wake of Prime Minister Edens qualified promise to seek J N action before restating to corce Insurance Costs Up But the Institute of London Un lerwriters announced big m dent which found freak acci both drivers of here on U S 69 He said Hollingsworth riding on the left side of the road was fatal to one person and re sulted in injuries to two others Sheriff Gale McClure said John E Hollingsworth 75 Topeka Kan was killed in the accident which occurred three miles south vv a s driving one car on the left side of the road and collided with one driven by Glenn 0 Bromley 38 Buda Tex McClure said he had no explanation why the cars were on the wrong sides of the road Bromley was not injured but his wife Hermenia 29 was hos pitalized as was Hollingsworths wife Lulu States Rights Party Holds National Parley MEMPHIS Tenn UP A third party claiming it holds the balance of power in the presi dential race opened a national convention Friday with dele gates on hand from 23 states The States Rights Party a U S POPULATION WASHINGTON MVThe Census Bureau Friday estimated the U S population on Aug 1 at 16S All About ALMOST READY FOR SCHOOL Laura bel 23 East Whittier shows off her baby girl whose weight at birth Thursday was 16 pounds 6V ounces Mrs Scheibel laughingly said she guessed shed send her off to school next ii i t LAVt IVVllltillUtJl These latter two suggestions were a direct and abrupt re minder that 1956 campaign argy might easily result in Democratic victory in Iowa this fall In contrast to previous meet ings of this type where GOP leaders tended to shy away from frank and open discussion of the problems ahead these folks were ready to admit they have a job ahead They willingly concede that two main issues upon which the election might turn in Iowa are farm prices and taxes They arent however willing to con cede any gains to the opposition Hog Prices Many farmers before the meetings started indicated that the price of hogs in November well might determine the out come of the fall campaign Don Pierson state chairman accused the Democrats of mis informing the public He quoted them as saying that Iowa has gone overboard on state spend But he reminded the Democrat state legislators voted solidly for appropriations and solidly against taxes to pay for those Last year he declared 26 states increased state spending to a degree greater than Iowa and 18 of them were controlled by Tax Increase Iowa per capita tax increase from 1950 through Pierson reported was less than the na tional average and less than that of most other The enthusiasm of the meeting prompted Pierson to predict it as a kickoff for a great victory this Another party county leader wasnt quite so enthusiastic but was as firm when he said We might not be bragging about the margin but well win yus creases in war risk insurance rates for ships calling at Egypt and sailing through the Suez Canal The British Embassy in Cairo Friday morning warned Britons for the third time to leave Egypt if they have no compelling rea son for And another British aircraft carrier was ordered to sail for the eastern Mediterranean Satur day British Foreign Secretary Sel wyn Lloyd was busy enlisting sup port for the proposed users as sociation intended to coord inate traffic through the canal in cooperation with Egypt The IS nations which supported vj i nv ivj UULIU113 aviuuui Lcil mingling of bolting Southern original plan for international scrvative Democrats and northernlizin the canal seem likely to antifederalists is offering indejform the hard core for the new pendent electoral states rf The Wealher association although member ship will be open to all the worlds maritime nations There was an urgency to get the association into operation in view of the mass walkout of non Egyptian canal pilots set for mid night Friday Cool Reception Lloyd met with the Scandinavi an ambassadors Friday morning The foreign ministers of Sweden Denmark and Norway among those originally cool to the idea of a users association are con Mason City Partly cloudy through Saturday Continued u cool Low Friday night 3843 Sunday in Stockholm High Saturday 6266 after talking with the Scandinavil an envoys Lloyd met with rep Iowa Increasing cloudiness and Friday night and warmer warmer west Partly cloudy except extreme Saturday Widely scattered light showers and thundersnl1 Carded as grave storms northwest late Friday resentatives of the Baghdad Pact Iraq Turkey and Pakistan The Middle East situation was night spreading across state Saturday Low Friday night 5258 northeast 5864 southwest Minnesota Cloudy warmer GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Friday Maximum Thursday 82 Minimum Thursday night 42 At 8 Friday 48 Precipitation trace YEAR AGO Maximum 73 Minimum 55 The Eden government told Par liament that it was impractical to give Cyprus selfdetermination at this time in view of the Suez crisis Britain and France are building up forces on the vital Mediterranean island only a springboard distance from Egypt These units are being held in readiness with the announced purpose of protecting British and French nationals if trouble breaks out Eden got a vote of confidence from Parliament Thursday nifbt on his Suez policies   

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