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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 19, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANS Nil a H r o R HOME EDITION VOL LXII Associated Frew and United Prew ruU Leua Cenu Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER This Paper ot Two Dulles in New Plea to Egypt Conference Is Opened LONDON W Secretary of State Dulles outlined his plan Wednesday for a canal users as sociation under a shipping agent with broad powers and called on Egypt to accept it as a step to ward solving the Suez crisis peacefully But another sixpower summit attention in Moscow even as the 18nation sec ond Suez conference settled down to business in London Soviet Premier Nikolai Bul ganin answering an American news mans cabled inquiry said the Soviet Union is prepared to take part in a conference of the heads of governments of Egypt India France Great Britain and the United States and the to promote a just and peaceful Key Sphere Still another conference to ne gotiate on canal aspects outside the key sphere of control has been proposed by Egypts Presi dent Nasser The West rejected this as providing no basis for negotiation The U S secretary of state in outlining his plan for the users association suggested the United Nations might find it useful to invoke the scheme while talks continued between Egypt and the worlds leading maritime powers Calls for immediate presenta tion of the Suez issue to the U N came from representatives of Pakistan and Denmark Wednes day afternoon Pakistans Foreign Minister said Pakistan would not associate itself with the projected associa tion He urged the conference to drop the idea in favor of U N action Denmarks Premier Foreign Minister told the delegates direct negotiations with Egypt have failed and the time has now come when the matter should be brought before the United Na A similar feeling was evi dent among several delegations Dulles speech took up a great part of the 80 minutes of the open ing session of the 18nation con ference on Suez His primary pur pose was to convince skeptical smaller nations among the 18 that the users association idea backed by the Western Big Three was a good one Egypts Attitude After giving the details of his plan Dulles told the delegates at Lancaster House The extent of its practical util ity will of course depend though not wholly attitude But our readiness to cooperate with Egypt on a practical basis serves again to demonstrate our desire to leave no reasonable step untried in the search for a solu tion of the grave problem that confronts us and indeed the world Our readiness to cooperate with Egypt on a de facto provis ional basis provisional United Nations might find it use ful while the search for a perma nent solution goes British Foreign Secretary Sel wyn Lloyd chairman of the meet ing said the U N Security Council would be consulted at some time in the Suez dispute He did not elaborate Further Talks Sweden Iran and Spain imme diately called for further talks with the Nasser regime which earlier this month as a basis for 18nation proposal for interna tional control of the waterway Many of the 18 nations had agreed to come to the new talks only to hear Dulles explanation of the users association which they feared might be tied in with the use of force In his speech Dulles emphasized the peaceful side He proposed establishment of a small operating staff under an administrative shipping agent along with a small governing board to be chosen from among the 18 nations He suggested that members advance a modest working fund to be repaid by nioney received from the asso ciation members for services rendered AP Wirephoto VICTORY Thomas J Lane DMass gives out with a broad grin Wednesday as his wife Jane gives him a kiss after he won renomination in the Massachusetts primary Tuesday He recently served four months in prison on a tax evasion charge Lone Wins Renomination in Primary BOSTON UP Rep Thomas J Lane won re nomination in the Massachusetts primary in a bid to become the first congressman in history to retain his seat after serving a prison term returns showed Wednesday Foster Furcolo won the Democratic nomination for governor Lane beat four opponents Tuesday in the 7th Congression al District nomination election Furcolo former congressman and onetime state treasurer defeated former state Auditor Thomas H Abington by nearly 3 to 1 Furcolo of Longmeadow had been en dorsed by the Democratic pre primary convention last June Furcolos Republican oppo nent in the Nov 6 elections will be Lt Gov Sumner G Whittier who was unopposed to succeed retiring GOP Gov Christian A Herter The rest of the Repub lican statewide ticket also was unopposed Lane earlier this month com pleted a fourmonth sentence at a federal penitentiary for federal income tax evasion Lanes apparent election op ponent will be George E Clark Lawrence who was leading a threeman GOP race where Democratic is tantamount to may also suggest a solution which the Auto Runs Into Ditch 2 Sioux Cityans Killed ROCKWELL CITY per sons were killed and a third was injured when a car went into a bridge ditch near Rockwell City Wednesday morning The dead were identified as Mr and Mrs Claus J Junck both 61 Sioux City Shirley Junck also in he car was hospitalized at Fort Dodge The eastbound car c r a s h e c through a barricade and landec on its top in a bridge ditch at a point on Highway 20 east of Rock well City where construction wa in progress The driver apparentl missed the turnout The old bridg had been moved to one side t carry traffic while the new bridg is built NOBLE DIES ANNISTON Ala UP Maj Gen Robert Noble 85 one of th doctors who stamped out fever in the Panama Canal Zone died Tuesday Negro Ban at Sturgis School in Legal Move STURGIS Ky Negro tudents were turned away from Iturgis High School Wednesday when Earl Evans principal of the chool read an order from the Union County School Board for idding them to enter The Negro youths arrived at he school in an auto driven by helby Garnett father of one of he students A crowd estimated at 250 had gathered and as the Negroes approached the school about 100 people including many tudents closed in near the en rance to the building After Evans read the letter rom Carlos Oakley superinten Lent of the Union County School Board he asked the Negroes if any of them had possessions in he school Two said they had jooks in the building Lt Col Clarence 0 Busch es corted the two into the school at vans request and they retrieved heir belongings Crowd Cheers As the Negroes drove away from the school the crowd cheered and calls of Lets dont ever try it were heard A white boycott of the school jegan breaking up after the let er was read and a substantial number of students were in class after the Negroes left Lvans said Total enrollment in he high school is 275 One woman Mrs Stedman Campbell ran behind the auto mobile beating on the trunk with her fists When she turned back emotion showed on her face anc tears glistened in her eyes One unidentified miner said She the only one who had Before the Negro students go into the auto they stopped for a moment to converse with news men Asked if they would attenc Dunbar School an allNegro school at Morganfield 11 mile from here Margaret Garnett re plied with a flat A brother and sister seemed to be a little more unsure of their future plans however Shirley Beasley said she didnt exactly know if she would go to Dunbar Her brother James said he would most likely go there No Direct Answer ROM OUR WIRE SERVICES President Eisenhower worked n his first formal big talk Wednesday as Democrats swung ntp a sevenmilliondollar cam aign fund drive Eisenhower makes a national adio television re election bid Wednesday night in which he is expected to blueprint Republican aims for world peace and increas ing prosperity The speech is scheduled for CST The President planned to tal about peace and what his ac None of the students would ven ture a direct answer on whether their parents would file suit over he matter of school attendance When asked if they were sorry that they were being put out of the Sturgis school most of the eight just smiled and shrugged their shoulders The Negro students had attend ed classes at the school under the protection of the National Guard The troops were ordered into this Western Kentucky miningfarm ing community by Gov A B Chandler on Sept 6 after a fist swinging mob turned back the Negro students Scattered Frost Possible in Iowa The weather bureau Wednesday warned of the possibility of scat tered frost in parts of North Iowa Temperatures were expected to drop to a low of 3538 degrees be fore dawn Thursday The frost i it develops was expected to be both local and light the bureau added GEN UNRUH DIES REGENSBURG Germany Gen Walter Von Unruh 7S died here Tuesday Break Up Furnishings in Big Brawl at Navy Club NEWPORT R I A Rock n roll dance at the Naval Stations enlisted mens club Tuesday night ended in a riot among white and Negro sailors and Marines their wives and wom en companions which wrecked the club interior Fifteen sailors were sent to a hospital During the fight which spilled out into public streets 22 serv icemen were taken into custody by police Seven were held for District Court arraignment Naval authorities offered no apparent reason for the riot Police said beer bottles beer cans and pitchers were hurled out the windows of the club as the battle reached its peak When the fight began lights in the big hall on government property outside a station gate were doused The big crowd milled around in the darkness some seeking cover from flying missiles and others waging into the battle Spectators said the riot began at midnight and ended five minutes later Police said they could not say whether racial issues had any thing to do with the riot One source said there appeared to be a dispute between Marines and sailors just before the ball was darkened One sailor said afterward Man it was murder There must have been a thousand bottles and chairs flying around a second or two after the lights went ELEVATED CARS BURN ABOVE STREET Flames and smoke pour from wooden elevated cars of a south bound Evanston Express train late Tuesday when it DEMOCRATS LAUNCH DRIVE FOR FUNDS illustration has done to achieve t He also was expected to strike Colfax Grounds Readied Farm Event in Spotlight NEWTON tent communi ty known as Conservation City southwest of Colfax Iowa bustling Wednesday with last i minute preparations for series of farming There was still work to be dona j on the sprawling acres where tha National Field Days and Plowing Matches are to be held Thursday Friday and Saturday Everything possible was being done to have affairs in order for the comfort and entertainment of an estimated spectators and guests including President Eisenhower and his Democratic rival Adlai Stevenson Sfek Farm The presidential candidates will be on hand to woo farm votes Eisenhower on Friday and Ste venson on Saturday But 52 of the nations champion plowmen also will be on hand to show the visitors how they can run a furrow on level land or on the contour In addition Conservation will be dotted with hundreds of exhibits of interest to farmers and homemakers Soil and water con Oct 16 and a night of vice presidential demonstrations will fundraising dinners Oct 20 told a St Paul audience 3 2Vh mule rouK AP Wirephoto caught fire on Chicagos North Side Four of the seven cars were destroyed after scores of passengers escaped A number however required hospitalization Ike Works on First Big Talk u i M fcr w L u in a l f n ii jack at Democratic charges that On the subject of money SteTuesday night that Eisenhower 7 t his administration is losing the vensou told his conference that administration officials violated wf T5 tnefarn home of Henry old war to the Communists Democrats must turn to the peothe law in what he called therlej e He may well say something pie for Ichudren Harley 13 Gene and about the Suez crisis He undoubtl As everyone is hel Kefauver didnt name any 4AS part of tne field days edly will have received last minsaid the Republicans have monW officials but he said a new ome has bewi ute reports from the new Londonley to burn We dont Unlike thelhower repeatedly defended the Suez conference before we cannot count onjnowcanceled private power con AdlaiStevenson his Democratla lot of very rich people to payltract ic opponent outlined party staggering expense of carrylceled nancial plans at a Washington ing the Democratic message to vestigators citedTan parts of 22 farms news conference Tuesday These the c rii L x i M Farms The administration caa1 The entire program however it after congressional inlactually takes in an area thai include a housetohouse convass flict of interest in the case on Eisenhower will serve Nebraskan to Head District Kiwanians Kiwanians elected their leaders Tuesday and chose Hastings as next years lowaNe iraska convention site The ac ion came as the threeday dis rict convention drew to a close Succeeding Kermit Doolittle as listrict governor is Harry A pencer Lincoln Chosen lieutenant governors for he 10 divisions were Division 1 arl Wells Oskaloosa Division 2 Donald R Smock Evansdale Division 3 James Pfeil A r m trong Division 4 Harvey Hoeckley Polk City Division 5 Orville Thompson Clarinda Di vision 6 Chester B Crouch Mis souri Valley Division 7 Bruce tfarcue Ida Grove Division 8 Kenneth Olds Wayne Di vision 9 Wayne Su erior Division 10 Phil Smith Grand Island Neb If we are to win the battle for reedom we must redouble our efforts toward youth and the na Armand J Rodehorst told 280 Kiwanians and their wives Tuesday noon at the final lunch eon at Hotel Hanford The inter national trustee urged Kiwanians o unite in taking the initiative in living by the Golden Rule Kiwanians should dignify the vord the speaker sug gested Doolittle presided at the lunch eon and the Rev Roy A Harris ville pastor of Trinity Lutheran hurch gave the invocation Special music was provided by he Uncalled for a quar ette composed of Bob Albrecht Don Fraser Bob Umbarger and Gordon Schaper BACKS DEMOS CORNING Turner 79 former Republican governor oi Iowa has announced his support of the Democratic presidential ticket and R M Evans Iowa Democratic candidate for the U S Senate SAME AP Wirephoto CONTINO WEDS Accordion star Dick Contino and actress Leigh Snowden are shown in Hollywood a few min utes after their marriage Tues day night in a ceremony at the Beverly Hills Hotel Contino 26 and his bride 25 said Weve been in love a long manage his campaign for reelec ion in an apparent bid for the arm vote Gunderson is an unknown in tatewide Republican politics His nly party position is precinct ommitteeman In 1954 he was hairman of Hoeghs campaign in ocahontas County Both Hoegh and Gunderson in news conference vowed a vig rous Were out to said the governor Gunderson operates an 800acre arm in Roosevelt Township Po ahontas County About The Weather Mason Cityt Fair and cooler Wednesday night with scat tered frost low 3538 Partly cloudy and cool Thursday and high around 68 owa Mostly fair and cooler Wednesday night low in 40s Partly cloudy and not much change day in temperature Thurs iveDay Iowa Temperatures Thursday through next Monday will average near normal ex treme west to 4 to 8 degrees be low normal elsewhere Normal highs 71 north to 75 south Nor mal lows 47 north to 51 south Continued cool most of period but with a gradual warming trend especially in the west over the weekend probably continuing into Monday Little or no rainfall is expected Minnesota Fair with freezing temperatures north scatterec frost south Wednesday night GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Wednesday Maximum Tuesday 71 Minimum Tuesday night 43 At 8 Wednesday 50 Precipitation trace YEAR AGO Maximum 93 Minimum 65 Sen Estes Kefauver the Demothe part of a former Budget honorary chairman of the field He will visit Rolfe Farmer to Manage Hoeghs Campaign Drive reau consultant 38 program Vice President Nixon who site before he speaJrs af barked Tuesday on a ceremonies beginning at 1 p m campaign tour of 32 states told Frida after hls pre a home town audience an Whit ds the WUUUIlg tier 1 Tuesday night that term an Powers DES MOINES Leo Nixon whose campaign tactics A Hoegh Wednesday named virhave ual unknown Deane C Gundercrats on 38yearold Rolfe farmer to Hcans have something far better been attacked by Domo as improper said Repub to offer the American people than personal abuse of our op Elsewhere Republicans were attacking Stevenson on a broad front Sen Schoeppel said Stevenson weasled on the draft and tried to cover up other is sues in a smokescreen of wise cracks and Schoeppel said Stevenson ear lier this month raised the possi bility of ending the military draft because he thought it would be smart politics and now has Rij Is Arrested in Riesel Case NEW YORK Police an tried to Sen Martin Pa said Steven son is illinformed on economic matters Sen Ives NY said he is the segregation is Des Moines Thursday afternoon They will motor 65 miles to Boone and stay overnight at the home of Mrs Eisenhowers aunt and uncle Mr and Mrs Joe Carlson Boone is Mrs birthplace The President and his party wfll proceed to Colfax Friday morn ing 652 Jet Bombers Grounded for a Second Time WASHINGTON Air Force Wednesday grounded all B52 heavy jet bombers for second time this year The grounding was ordered as a result of the accident near Castle Air Force Base on Monday in which five members of s sevenman crew were killed In Los Angeles Secretary of I The Air Force said tne ing is a precautionary nounced Wednesday the arrest of Theodore Rij shadowy 43year ild figure wanted for questioning n the acid blinding of labor col umnist Victor Riesel The FBI has been conducting a nationwide search for Rij a dressmaking firm executive Authorities said he was believed o have been the driver of a car figuring in the transportation of one or more men allegedly in volved in the acid hurling last April 5 Police gave no details of his ar rest Labor Mitchell told a United Steelworkers of America conven tion the American workingman anf woman has done better dur ing the past three and a half years than ever HARDY IMPROVING In an emergency the B52s would be ready to fly the Air added The B52 was grounded last Feb 18 after an accident to one of the bombers which also was operat ing out of Castle Air Base Ths cause of that accident was traced to a faulty alternatorgenerator BURBANK Calif spokesThe Air Force ordered modifica man at St Joseph Hospital saidjtion of all B52s which had a sim Wednesday that Oliver Hardy of the comedy team of Laurel and Hardy continues to improve but liar part There has been nc hint regard ing the cause of Mondays acci his condition still is serious dent But the Air Force hopes two Hardy suffered a stroke last Fri day survivors will be able to shed light on the mishap Iowas Tax Collections Climb 36 in the Last Three Years DES MOINES W The Iowa Tax Study Committee said Wed nesday that Iowas tax collections increased by a larger percentage from 1953 to 1956 than in any other state in the area or the na tion as a whole The rate of increase in Iowa was 36 per cent compared to 23 per cent in 11 north central states and 26 per cent for the 48 states That ranked Iowa fourth high in and 19th in the T at ion Iowa was 29th in 1953 A substantial part of the in crease has been earmarked for the replacement of locally im1 posed property the com mittee said It added that the high level of governmental costs is primarily attributable to substantially higherthanna tional average collections for highways and the public school system The committee made the state ments in the third news release it has made recently covering nearly a year and a half of tudy toward later tecommendalions to the Legislature for revision of the Iowa tax structure It also said Per capita state tax rose from in 1953 to ia 1956 The comparable figure for the 11 states for 1956 was and for all states for this year h Although comparable data OB per capita local taxes is not avail able the committee reported Iowa figure continues to be the level for the nation The com mittee did not cite any figures on per capita local taxes for Iowa It said however local have risen somewhat less rapidly in Iowa than IB the nation   

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