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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 8, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                54 North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HE v u i PAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION Awociated Press and United Press Full Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY OCTOBER v i JO A i rma Paper Consuls o Two One No Suez Negotiating Body Is Proposed DON LARSEN One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE WTAD Culncy 9301 SuntUj KGLO I1SOOI WOl Ames 6401 IVSUI CM Old Saturda Another Fling at Desegregation so long ago on my editorial page I offered the observa tion that David Lawrences for mer solicitude for minority groups seemingly has gone down the Somebody sent the famous columnist and editor of U S News World Report a copy of the page and thats where my story today begins said Mr Lawrence in his little note prompted by my criticism you did not see my editorial in U S News World Report in which I had an exposi tion point I am enclosing a The editorial printed on seven full pages in the distinguished magazine presided over by David Lawrence was headed Con formity by I had read it but I read it again Its ex tremely well done Thats true of anything Dave Lawrence sets his hand to But Im of the same opin ion still In this visit with you I should like to present as fairly as I can the Lawrence viewpoint with re spect to desegregation and make clear if I can why I feel his phi losophical approach to this ques tion isnt what one would expecl from him on the basis of pasl performance From a Personal Letter It occurs to me that I can cut down to the core of the matter most quickly by dipping into the letter I wrote to Mr Lawrence following receipt of his note This and I should like you to know that I am not writing in anger or carping criticism is to tell you that I had read your edi torial further that it was one of the bases for my critical obser vation I say one of the There were two The other one was what has appeared to me to be a wholly disproportionate number of news pieces in your magazine in support of the Deep Souths ex tremist position on the school in tegration matter You know without my telling you that the U Worlc Report which unfailingly I Us as my most valuable publication for editorial background is being widely cited by those who hole that desegregation shall NEVEF come to pass Same Arguments Used As a matter of fact 1 have in my correspondence files a thick sheaf of letters from a wonderful young lawyer friend in Missis sippi We agree on nearly every thing else and he insists that if I were in his position wed have not even this one major differ ence of viewpoint except the Negro question Where I say It may take some time to he says Never But what Im leading up to is Yankees Win 20 Larsen in NoHitter NEW YORK UP Don Larsen pitched the first perfect game in World Ser ies history Monday as he did not allow a single Brooklyn batter to reach base as he shut out the Dodgers 20 to give the New York Yankees a three game to two lead in the 1956 classic Details on the Sports Page Skull Injury Is Fatal to Lake Youth Funeral services for Larry Dean Ritter 10 who died Satur day afternoon at a Mason City hospital of a skull fracture suf fered that morning in a bike truck accident east of Clear Lake will be held Wednesday at at the Zion Lutheran Church Clear Lake The Rev George Strum pas tor of the church will officiate The accident occurred when black Labrador dog running in front of bicycles ridden by Ritter and a friend struck the front wheel of Ritters bicycle and the bicycle swerved into an Andrews Concrete Products Co truck Larry was in the fifth grade at lentral School He was born April 27 1946 at Mason City His mother is the former Alpha Ou verson Surviving the boy are his par ents Mr and Mrs Larry W Rit er formerly of Fertile and now of Clear Lake a sister Janice Jlear Lake and a brother jakeville Minn Burial will be DR SABIN AND PET Dr Albert Sabin Cincin nati research chemist who says he has perfected a new oral poho vaccine plays with his pet chimpanzee which has been receiving the serum for the last four weeks Dr Sabin said chimpanzees and humans react CLAIM BILL VEECK SEEKING identically to many diseases particularly polio Plan World Test of Sabin Polio Serum CINCINNATI Ohio UP World wide tests will begin next year on a newlydeveloped po vaccine that can be taken thr Ward Funeral Home of Ciear ake is in charge the mouth in a pleasant syrup the Brush Announcement of sidered by medical J of major importanc by Dr Albert B sity of Cincinnati Sabin said he will show that vaccine is provide lifeti least for m sons life The Sabin given orally Salk vaccine of the needed to irotection or at years of a per 3 Probes Open at Capital All Have Vote Repercussions By JOHN WASHINGTON UP Three Senate committees M o n d a y opened separate investigations into political spending political jobselling and lobbying The sudden burst of hearings ended a lull in Senate committee activities and carried possible re percussions for the November elections Political Campaign The committees rolling into ac tion were 1 The Senate Elections sub committee headed by Sen Albert Gore It is investigating how many millions of dollars are being spent in the current politi cal campaign The subcommittee has prepared an estimate of how much the two major political parties plan to spend on radiotelevision time to boost their candidates Its three days of hearings will be Wednesday by both national 2 weekend Jing North stockholder and JFesident of the circus Neither North nor Veeck was available for immedi ate comment a EASTWEST GREETING U S SecretarvVstTte Dulles left and Soviet Foreign Minister Dmitri Shepi lov greet each other with smiles and a handshake Mon day on arriving for U N debate on the Suez Canal dis It was the first official meeting of the two since bhepilov took over his new post from V M Molotov BEFORE HEADING WEST vaccine differs in that which is from the it utilizes live polio virus The strain is weakened so that it provides im munity without danger to the hu man body The Salk killed polio virus into the body vaccine containing is injected We now said Dr Sabin that when a live attenuated vac cine is given by mouth a change is produced in the intestinal tract bcen moored Sioux City Boy Is Drowning Victim SIOUX CITY WBEdmund Coover 9 son of Howard Coover and Mrs Darlene Bombar Sioux City drowned Saturday when he fell from a boat in which he and friend were playing on the Floyd River Young Coover and Martin Knopf about 12 had taken the boat from the bank where it had LARRY DEAN RITTER II About that the arguments you advance in your editorial Conformity fay Coercion are the precise argu ments used by this Mississippi lawyer friend to support his case for He does place a little more emphasis than do you on the legal principle of stare de CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 The Weather Mason City Fair and colder with freezing temperatures Monday night low 2530 Continued fair and cold Tuesday high 5257 Iowa Colder Monday night and Tuesday with freezing tempera tures extreme northwest Mon day night Continued fair through Tuesday Low Monday north and west 40s infection by night 30s southeast resistant to further the polio he said if large scale treatment is given the soil foi virus infection is eliminated Eldora Farmer Is Tractor Victim ELDORA tflRalph Martin 67 was fatally injured in a tractor accident about a mile from his home near New Providence Monday Authorities said Martins trac tor went off a county road a half mile southeast of New Provi dence and overturned on him A passerby look Martin to an El Charges ienate Post Office and Service Committee headed Olin D Johnston ohnston said his group would look into charges of alleged Re publican jobselling bribery and other improper political in fluence in the postal service in Texas One of the political groups called by the Gore subcommittee to report on campaign spending was Americans for Democratic Action In an opening statement pre pared for the subcommittee Rob ert R Nathan chairman of the executive committee for ADA proposed that the government re quire radio and television net works to make a reasonable amount of free time available to candidates for president and vice president The tens of millions of dollars paid to the radiotelevision indus try for political campaigning is an unconscionable and indefensi ble levy on the American Nathan said in Plea ore Funds AcUaL EStevenson Monday held longdistance tetfephone pep talks to party fundraisers in the 48 states ami Dis of Columbia to boost the Dollars for Democrats drive It was the second first disclosed this week by Stevenson aides The Democratic presidential candidate meanwhile rested a his suburban LibertyviUe farm before taking his barnstormin Shakeup in Adlais Staff Is Anticipated Egypts 3 Goals Outlined BritishFrench Plan Rejected By MAX HARRELSON UNITED NATIONS N Y Egypt and Russia Monday reject ed the BritishFrench approach to the Suez dispute but called for negotiations to establish a cooperative arrangement for the operation of the canal Both told the Security Council that it is hopeless to seek a solution on the basis of the in ternational control proposal backed by Britain and France Details of the proposed cooper ative arrangement were not spelled out by Egyptian Foreign Minister Mahmoud Fawzi but he said it would protect both the in terests of the canal users and the sovereignly of Egypt One of Objectives The idea of a cooperative ar rangement was set forth by Fawzi in a speech iii which he proposed creation of a negotiat ing committee to seek a solution The cooperative arrangemenChe said would be one of the objec tives Fawzi criticized Britain and France for their handling of the Suez question but for the most part his speech was mild and con ciliatory Soviet Delegate Dmitri Shepilov quickly lined up behind Fawzi in favor of the establishment of a New York Herald Tribune News Service Special to the GlobeGazette NEW YORK There will be a major shakeup in Adlai Steven sons campaign organization Fiveday Iowa Temperatures Tuesday through Saturday will averaga near normal along thei western border to about 4 de grees below normal along the eastern border Normal highs 65 north to 69 south Normal lows 41 north to 46 south Warm ing trend late Tuesday Colder late Wednesday Warming trend late Friday followed by a re turn to colder late Saturday No precipitation of consequence is expected dor a hospital where shortly after arrival he died Minnesota Fair much colder GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 Monday Maximum Sunday 69 Minimum Sunday night 44 At 8 Monday 54 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum Heart Attack Fatal to Clarence Birdseye 69 NEW YORK Birds inventor of a quickfreeze food process that netted him a fortune died of a heart attack Sunday night in the Grammercy Park Hotel SB 32 SAME Black Mai ralflo death pail 11 bouri FARM FIRE MAYNARD on the Ray Warneke farm northwest of here destroyed seven buildings and did an estimated dam age Sunday NEW DAIRY PRINCESS CHICAGO UP Shari Lewis 20 Daykin farm girl reigned Monday as the 1957 American Dairy Princess steps were pending to lifl the campaign pace Prompt Action When will the shnkeup come are heads going to roll shortly it has been learned Its aim will be to breathe new life in the Democratic Presiden tial election drive which many believe is beginning to falter in the crucial windup period when it should be adding zip James A Finnegan campaign manager confirmed the belief of troupe to the West Coast Tues day Stevenson announced in York Sunday that four topfligh young governor and two senators were joining him this week in California The unique idea is to saturate th areas with stumping talks b vigorous campaigners well known enough to draw crowds on their own Oakland Rally Governors Robert B Mcyncr o New Jersey and George Lead er of Pennsylvania and Senator Hubert H Humphrey of Minne many reporters ensons election covering activities Stev that jsota and Albert M Gore of Ten nessee will meet Stevenson Thurs day night at a rally in Oakland On Friday while Stevenson is addressing a midday rally at Fresnos courthouse his helpers will fan out in light planes to ral lies of their own in the area Fri day afternoon they plan to link with him again at Long Beach negotiating committee He gested that the committee sug Finnegan was asked His reply was a flat rapidly I Very The campaign manager would not elaborate It is expected how ever that initial changes would come in the publicity unit and he staff that oversees ahead of time all arrangements for the candidates politicking stops Clayton Fritchey deputy direc tor of the Democratic National Committee was appointed press secretary to Stevenson just a month ago He is assisted by Rog er Tubby White House press secretary in the latter days of the Truman administration and C K McCIatchy of California Gets Blame They split up once more then rendezvous Friday night at a San Diego rally uui UIIHK u wise or Stevenson wound up a fiveclayjprofitable to reintroduce pro Eastern campaign in New York which already have been CitV Ho rejectee hp fair consist of either six or eight coun tries The body he said might in clude the United States Russia Britain France India and Egypt if a larger body were de sired it might also include Yugo slavia and Iran or Indonesia and Sweden Shepilov called on British For eign Secretary Sehvyn Lloyd and French Foreign Minister Chris tian Pineau to withdraw the reso lution which they placed befora the 11nation council last Friday Grave Consequences He said any effort to have the Council condemn Egypt for na ionalizing the Suez is fraught vith the gravest This he said will not help us make progress in set ling the Suez problem It can greatly undermine the authority the United Nations which we 11 solemnly undertook to uphold nd Fawzi told the council no useful urpose would be served by con idering the BritishFrench plan We do not think it v City Sunday He flew to Chicago after watching a micltown Man hattan parade of PolishAmeri cans honoring Gen Casimir Pu who died helping fight the American Revolutionary War New Technique Stevenson aides said he set up the longdistance conference calls to whip up enthusiasm for Dol lars for Democrats Day which is Oct 16 he said The plan submitted to the coun cil last Friday by Britain and France called on the council to endorse the London recommenda tions for international control of the 103mile waterway and urged Egypt to use these recommenda tions as a basis for negotiation Listen Intently British Foreign Secretary Sel Party workers in every wyn Llovd French Foreign Min precinct arc going to sally forth Cnristian Pineau Soviet then ringing doorbells and ask eign Ministcr Dmitri Shepi ing contributions of anything ov ani Secretary of State John from one to five dollars Foster Dulles listened intently as So far as I know this is thejFawzi spoke first time such a technique has1 In Passing Egypts willing ncss to create a negotiating com work for the date that is the handling of I stcvenson said he was grave nrovisif l concerned for the lack of been Clayton Fritchey Stevensons publicity chief toidmutce Fawzi outlined these main newsmen Its in the mmire of Establishing a system of co betwcen previsit arrangements der direction of William Rivkin This group is being blamed by some for the relatively small crowds on hand to sec and hear Stevenson in most of the dozen or more states he has visited during the past two weeks Rivkin explains that lack ofj funds compelled him to depend1 party fund uration n id he was grave ewcen Egyptian for the lack of Crating the Suez Can s continue his he s of the tak READY TO TALK MONEY Red China Premier Chou Enlai greets Prime Minister Acharya of Nepal on the latters arrival at Peipinj on an official visit Red China has promised the Himalayan kingdom million in aid during the next three years Nepal now gets million annually from the U S Car Overturns Doon Boy Killed ing into full consideration the sovereignty and the rights of Egypt and the interests of the users of the canal 2 Establishing T system for the tolls and charges which guaran tees for the users of the canal a fair treatment free from exploi ROCK RAPIDS Jay Wells talon on as 19 Doon was killed early Sunday 3 Providing for a reasonable advance men In all he saidjin an auto accident Percentage of the revenues to be the and road between Rock Alvoord in Sioux County him to date and they have pre ceded the candidate by as little as two days instead of 10 to 14 about as is commonplace in the Rci The car overturned and caught publican organization which is fire with Wells inside He was considered a model in the camalone in the car Wells son of paisn advancing field RivkinlRonus Wells of Doon had While these points made no spe cific reference to international control they did call for inter national cooperation in operating the canal that 1   

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