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Williamsport Sun-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 8, 1956, Williamsport, Pennsylvania r Vows Inside Long 2 Truck Page The Kenmar slory Polio in Chicago Page 1.1 Grays Page 15 e AP News and Sports Wires Associated Wirephoto International Service Newspaper Enterprise Association Fair today tonight tomorrow i High today 83 low tonight 58 85 Rivor 9.2 Single Williamsport Pa Wednesday August 8 1956 24 Pages HI Second Claw FUST W Stevenson Stirs Civil Rights Storm Tt LONDON agreed today to attend reportedly India she in the parley 1 Prime Minister Nehru his decision to the Indian Parliament New Delhi Authoritative sources in- Indian said Egypt had already advised India she would not send a delegation to London JBI i chairman and president of j million Wright liars were earmarked today by Corporation for presented the development of its of what Mr Hurley and center here This surprise and cheering an- was made at incident to the pre- Pennsylvania's Medal to T Hurley told Parliament e j Indian troops to the Mediterranean andj Egypt could not doggedly in a conference on the to hold the Suez conference In Suez Canal to which she is Aug 16 regardless ofi and about which she had whether Egypt boycotts It not been consulted May Appeal to s announcement Sir George the ser u is That pd expectations that s te oft the Suez Canal should President Abdel settled try to put the 16 the corporation heads has done for the economic and in- development of central Pennsylvania It is the highest honor this wealth a civilian Except for the announcement of the company's contemplated and development gram Mr did not explain the will be spent i Damages The research situated in the area has had the benefit of Richard million spent on it The new RD 1 money will include federal 7 j as 1 An- light announcement was admitted to the it was concluded that extensive a serious condition at WASHINGTON will be done for the this morning after his car has and near a 37 Sheasley lai E Stevenson rode the angry waves of a ated storm over civil lights today with Some signs that Democratic presidential won ship might be ing a Stevenson top the REV C WAiNE PETERMAN JOHN L QUIGG wo o s Guc as wholly separate from the settled by peaceful means government particularly intent When -T WHS uy Security Council j dispute and any at- Eisenhower told a news See P-19 Col 2 marshaled an air move See Col Jt SUEZ present circumstances liis police said E the hospital Fire Co reported suffering irom de- the lace and condition t K t i nomination at next week's ition hit his Southern supporters with something to a bolt of lightning yesterday Hg called for approval in the party's of tlie Supreme Court decision outlawing racial public schools Dismayed Southerners the give the impression he would be opposed to use of force Rev C v S 6c That any United What we are trying to do said is to substitute the conference table for the t His been Stable was was reported faji this According to state police the driver north on Route a quarter of a tor of St mile T P ef Coleman last of keeping the party from endorsing the court's opinion pastor After three hours of discussion Baptist Church closed Coleman headed a preconvention caucus o fl spiSie Democrats concerned v w arily with keeping the party fro has been the United Houlton Me has been up with Dr if the Central E apt 1st The Southerners don't like who retired July Church of He will stand pastorale his ministry locally Sept of this of intersection he failed to i ovc a turn n drove f a native The Rev Mr Quigg has served Indiana Indiana County is u g u i College of Sar led agencies any hope ot has is serving pastor nd Britain ana state police It was reported 162 in London for Aug 16 in Seventy-five was alone in the car Damage toj Mr DICenso arrive at a peaceful settlement ing numerous the car was set at -5350 Alpha Lutheran Church Greek attended in Boston Ricker College in and received his f not Join UF CHme Heal TB affiliates are in their See Col I His service ha Included and assistant pastor on the Maine I m V A V W See Patrick A McGowan city and Richard f V I T two of the nth Congressional Dis- four delegates to the convention today continued to remain in trie uncommitted camp jof Pennsylvania's ot tile vote if OF the Ti i fit ax with the 1956 Final negotiations paving for Little League Inc to use the Original League field in for Me Taxpayers of Lycoming of notified by the County Bureau of an increase in their 1357 real estate valuations for tax purposes The began leaving the Court House this before Aug TRe cards give of the if one is to be taken must be before Sept 1 County's assessment records in- there are pieces of real tate for The ships boroughs anil the city The 1957 assessments were made from April 1 to July 15 1556 by the regularly elected assessors assessment gram now being worked upon in County must be Completed according to State legislation in 1958 County is 25 Accidents LESS Than BUT 7 MORE DEATHS HAVE OCCURRED The 17th Under agreement the city will Harrison Sortman and E i he field Vide workers and trucks to o the equipment at the pledged on -In turn LLB agreed not of the this month 0 support buildings at the Throughout the day i threatened to erupt told the of agreement would have inter- ale he a small building B the two ud e at the base of dike ar the with P -t bal Lot Mr and Mr Sonman entered names E Stotz founder and former com- former held as sentimental value missioner of the LL movement was first Little League turned over to all but two clubhouse to City Stored J Bubb and W Dale with both sides and emphasized the time element io support the popular r railed for quick action The State Tournament opens a week Trom today? Ot ihv m the Lith dis- that we be M r y ran as After the were turned ofer that LLB had consider J acted as middle in- a highway and street abie work to undertake to readj Pj over the field between ment moved OLL playing field and m showed thai of Bowman OLL since an hls delegates of OLL for the series pre- rival to Stevenson m agreement before noon the presidential Ml of after 2 o'clock delegates is oov his name appeared See Col LEAGUE i See Col 2 DELEGATES Di -or Parties s to Strongest Veep nto tic By CHICAGO NEA two weeks v Monday are meeting to pick as tney are to select the actual candidates for Dwight D Eisenhower and Adlai Stevenson arc the obvious presidential The Both Democrats and Republicans face is to pick cst candidate for vice president HP will into the the victors in rase thine happens to the elected the losers hr will he the titular heart of the for the next four years And both f them will have an advantage in the rare to presidential candidates in nid like former Many Truman and Uie Butler assert thai their party has a if off the hut there is no siun Hiis optimism is in thr indicate a likely If Averell Harriman if New York can't win the nation this his try he will through He would he 69 in 1960 This leaves the field wide open for a flock of younger All hut one are dates for the presidential nation so they say Actually they are all available for the presidential nomination and H chance In If ad he party in they dens II on a stark of higher than the stockyards ter roof They line up starting gate like this three others who have no pledged delegates hut who are in the running for the ice presidential Frank Clement of convention keynoter Sen Hubert Humphrey of only openly candidate for Veep and Sen John K Kennedy of who says he would take the vice presidential if ii were offered of Kennedy would Cest again the question of a Catholic can he elected to top office Stairs It a point of strength tor him and Missouri's Sea Stuart Symington Sen Hubert Humphrey and Massachusetts Sen John F Kennedy ltf DEMOCRATIC Tennessee's Sen Estes Texas Sen Johnson Ohio's Gov IMS party in the North but a probably handicap in The Republican convention's choice of a vice presidential nominee at San Francisco's CVw Palace is far less that the Democrats The that President might not our four years has now hern on frankly by the ill his While Vice M Kates of m v en- from V> I per cent if If he pulls are accurate it there the hni HS nominees for none nf them to he fur honor of be- ing defeated Mr in Hul if in lion siire before be drew from the rare the 1 spot lie could easily muster than this number if he nut openly for the vice Sen as M her c be explained Steyenson can't win on hts second try in will be through 1 Johnson of Frank of M Sen Symington of Missouri 47 liams of 14 Alliert B o tucky 3D Sen Mell Nixon is a heavy favorite to succeed himself and so become the head of the Party in 1960 Former Gov Harold dramatic move to slop this seemed ill-starred from the beginning Rut his drive KT sub- the name of tian A of elts should not be There i's a rent of tti Nixon in the Republican 11 conies who think he is tot is those think he may be enough Stassen's have been in final as 1 Knight ss Eisenhower's With the tion in San Francisco demonstration could be p by Knight forces line other prospect not to he overlooked Sen William K Knowland of California c would prefer Knowland in White House should not finish a h d A'S president Candidates for president and v president io have v> be nominated on the con- vention Moor siju for anyone A fire candidate a hidden hall -Io the vice presidential nomination tor himself But he is nol a pi v extinguished own vv a nt e prepares would he a ranc in Ceorge of South Carolina 20 and Hep John W of 9 M A ov 1 Knight and William K also a politicians have always had the i -I heini Io on such mallei x I hi mnn I reports hat thr to Is on Lliu This bui TmT will he a nod Io his no would pul man Me go ff dues ill iv f on has been a IHO it name Male s ilov n i V i i 1
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