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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 17, 1956, Mason City, Iowa North lowos Doily Newspaper Edited for the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETT HOME EDITION T H I MfWSPAFEK THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANI M f t a H I O ft SELECT BACK TO SCHOOL NEEDS AT MASON CITY STORES VOL LXII AuocUtod PIWM and United Prcu mil Seven Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY AUGUST 17 1954 ThU Paper of Two No 2U A HAND TO THE VICTOR AP Wtrephoto Adlai Stevenson right lowans Divided onVP By W EARL HALL The division in the Iowa delegation between Kefauver and Humphrey for second place on the Democratic ticket showed signs Friday of being closer than it proved to be on the showdown between Stevenson and Harriman Despite all the claims and coun terclaims made during the week the Iowa vote on the presidential nomination Thursday was almost precisely what a check showed it to be last Sunday It was 16V for Stevenson 7 for Harriman and V for Chandler Harriman Ranks Herschel Loveless nominee for Iowa governor was in the Harri man ranks The half vote for Chandler Kentucky governor was cast by George Laub Cres co one of the Kentuckians sec onders during the protracted afternoon session The lineup for vice president TI tor rj j n0 oe disclosed until later in The FBI Friday arrested two exconvicts the day when the lowans will cau in connection with the add blinding of labor columnist Victor jcus in convention Hall Generally The FBI said the actual acidthrowr gets a congratulatory handshake in the corridor of his Chicago hotel early Friday from Averell Harriman the man he easily beat out for the Democratic presidential nomination At center is Gov Raymond Gary of Okla homa who put Harrimans name before the convention ExCons Nabbed in AcidBlinding Case Thrower Is Dead wicuTwrrnM WASHINGTON Jockeying Continuing for Stevensons Running Mate peaking those who supported The announcement said FBI agents had developed evidence for president are stav the acid was thrown into the face of Riesel in New York City on W with him while those who were April 5 by Abraham Telvi whose body with a bullet hole in thefor Stevenson all the way favor back of the head was7 tourid on a Lower East Side street in Newjhis Minnesota rival York in the early morning of July 28 A number however see geo Telvi 22 and resident of Brooklyn had a long police record The acid attack on Riesel occurred at a time when he was actively cooperating with York U S Dist Atty Paul Wil Hams in a labor racketeering in vestigation The two men taken into custody in New York Friday alleged to have acted in concert with Telvi were charged with conspiracy to obstruct justice They were identified by the FBI as Joseph Peter Carlino 43 and Goldolfo Miranti 37 The two were to be arraigned promptly before a commissioner in New York The FBI declined to say if any progress had been made toward a solution of Telvis slaying Assaulted en Streets Riesel who was carrying on a crusade against labor racketeers was assaulted on the street shortly after leaving Lindys Res taurant The FBI said that Carlino us Ballot Results CONVENTION HALL Chica go result of the first ballot for trte Democratic presi dential nomination Stevenson Harriman Davis Baltlt Timmerman Symington Johnson SO Lautche 5Vj Chandler Votes necessary to nominate WSVi 210 33 3Vi ing the name Joseph Pilo met his coconspirator Abe Telvi in New York City and drove him to a hideout in the vicinity of Youngstown Ohio a few weeks after the acid The Federal Obstruction Law provides penalties up to five years imprisonment and a fine In addition conspiracy to violate this law is punishable also hy five years a fine or both Wat Unemployed Telvi named as the acid Stevenson to Fight All the Way CHICAGO E Stev enson says he will fight all the way for the presidency of the United States Stevenson gave this pledge to jubilant supporters shortly after he won the Democratic presi dential nomination Thursday night It confirmed word from his press secretary Roger Tubby that Stevenson planned a fighting type campaign It will be like the California Tubby said He was referring to the free swinging battle Stevenson had with Sen Estes Kefauver of Tennessee when both were claw ing for Californias convention votes in that states June presi dential primary Stevenson won Stevenson may have given a hint of things to come when he cautioned Democrats this week not to slug away at each other but to keep their big blows for the real enemy the Re publicans Some including former President Harry S Truman have said they dont think much of Stevenson as a scrap per graphical objections to Humph rey His nomination would make it an all midwestern ticket Then there are some who have been greatly impressed by young Sen John F Kennedy of Massachu setts chief nominator of Steven son Two Points Opponents of the Tennessee sen ator make two points against him One is that he is not liked by his senatorial colleagues over whom he would have to preside as vice president The other is that his stand on segregation is even more unpalatable to the deep south than Humphreys On the other hand Humphreys support is based on two points One he endeared himself to the Hawkeyes with his ringing key note speech at the state Demo cratic convention this summer Two he is credited with an ora torical ability to take care of Dick One of the seconding speeches for Humphrey was made by B C Sullivan Rockford Loveless had been asked to do this for two of the aspirants but Dracula Lugosi Is Dead at 73 HOLLYWOOD Bela Lugosi 73 famous for his portrayal of the role of Dracula of stage and screen and only recently con queror of himself after 17 years of drug addiction died Thursday of natural causes ideclined on the theory that he The Hungarianborn actor Sllljshwiidnt be further involved with rendered himself to Los than his own authorities last year saying heHc suPPorted Harriman But most of Stevensons cri tics will concede that he has learned a few lessons in how to deal with rank and file voters since he was defeated by Presi dent Eisenhower four years ago Even Truman who backed Gov AverelJ Harriman against Stevenson gave Stevenson that much Even before he wou the nomi nation Stevenson said he planned to talk sense to the voters on the issues of the day I as he said he did four years ago Back in 1952 Stevenson would wait for people to come to him Now the former Illinois gover nor walks up to people jumps their hands and starts talking He seems to enjoy the new role Associates say he is sold on a folksy type of ing people personally and mak ing informal talks AP Wirephoto THE CENTER OF ATTRACTION Adlai Stevenson just nominated for the presidency accepts the wild applause of Democratic convention delegates Thursday night He appeared briefly at the rostrom to tell the assemblage the job of selecting the vice president would be theirs thrower was born in New York City in 1934 and prior to his death was unemployed The FBI announcement did not link Telvi Carlino and Miranti with any labor racketeering Asked if the three men were in any way connected with organized labor or if their motive in the attack was known an FBI man said We cant enlarge on the information FACES CHARGE K E 0 K U K UP Williard Woodring 13 Peoria was arrested at the Hotel Hawkeye here Thursday along with three women and was charged with op erating a house of ill fame was that Stevenson had put his Fail in 1st Ballot Decision BULLETIN CONVENTION HALL Chi cago Democratic na tional convention Friday com pleted calling the roll of states on the first ballot for the vice presidency without picking a candidate CHICAGO Stevenson unanimously nominated to carry the Democrats presidential ban ner for a second time met wit Harry S Truman Friday in a ranksclosing gesture His part 3 e g i o n s scrambled furiously meantime over a vice presiden tial nominee Aides said Stevenson was standing strictly by the word he gave the delegates Thursday night as to a running mate The choice will be This was in a dramatic appear ance before the convention short y after it had snowed under the effort by exPresident Truman to beat Stevenson with Gov Aver ell Harriman of New York and had gone on to make the nomina tion unanimous Second Campaign Stevensons stand on the No I spot on his ticket set off frantic jockeying for the chance to stanc with him in the second campaign against President Eisenhower was ice President Nixon the GOP team which won by a landslide four years ago Plunging into the iace were Sens Estes Kefauver and Albert Gore both of Tennessee Sen be easily reached although they imply sacrifices for some iucIudjJohn F Kennedy of Massachu French Propose New Pact on Suez LONDON tft French Foreign Minister Christian Pineau pro posed Friday that the Suez Canai be managed by an international authority hut with Egypt acknowledged as the canals owner Egyptian officials objecting to a Western plan advanced Thurs day by Secretary of State Dulles for international control were dickering behind the scenes with Indians and Russians to block it as the Frenchman expressed his views consider that there are points on which agreement should Convention VP Choice a Difficult Assignment By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor DIFFICULT CHOICE Most delegates here would admit they didnt envy Adlai Stevenson his job of choosing a running mate The list before the de cision is still with the presi dential nominee rather than the convention despite brave talk about changing Kefauver Clement and of Tennessee Kennedy of Massachusetts Humphrey of Minnesota Meyner of New Jersey Wagner of New York Symington of Missouri Kefauvers demonstrated popu larity with voters and his with drawal from the Presidential race at an opportune time were definitely factors in his favor Against this however were two cold facts 1 The Tennessean would not welcomed by his Senatorial col eagues as their presiding offi ing Pineau told 22nation Suez conference He made these points 1 The canal and its installation sbrmld be the property of Egypt which would assure Egypt ade quate revenues from it 2 The Suez Canal should be properly Sign Treaty As the owner of the canal Pin eau proposed the Egyptian gov ernment should sign a treaty handing its management to an in ternational authority He said the principal countries using the can al and interested in it including Egypt should be represented on the ruling body of the authority He said the French government blessing on Kefauver would accept association of this was a hopeless drug addict and wanted a chance of rehabilitation He was treated for three months then passed a rigid ex amination and was released to resume his film career His last role was in the movie The Black On Blessing the basis of information given to a pair of Iowa delegates in a personal interview with Kefauver a number of the Hawk eyes who had previously favored Humphrey moved over to the Tennesseans camp The claim A possible 20 out of 24 Iowa votes for the Tennessean on the first ballot was seen by S J Jack Galvin Sheffield 3rd Disi trict delegate Stevensons move to leave the vice presidential nomination to the convention was considered a smart piece of strategy but many delegates admitted they didnt welcome the added task placed upon them Minister Killed in 2Car Crash CEDAR RAPIDS MVA Metho dist minister from Maryland was killed and three other persons in jured Friday in the headon crash of two cars a mile and half west of here on Highway 30 Dead was the Rev Louis M Young 52 Lanham Park Md His daughter Beverly Ann 20 and wife Louise were reported in fair condition at Mercy Hospi tal here Erwin S Adam 24 a St Louis salesman was reported in wrious condition Highway patrolmen said the Young car apparently was trying to pass another when the collision occurred body with the United Nations This was suggested by Dulles Thursday Pineau proposed that any at tack on the rights of the authority should have power to fix tolls op erate the canal determine the in vestments that should be made and arrange for compensation to the He said the authority should make no profits and excess re ceipts should go to Egypt after provision for compensation of the company West Plan Backed Norway second largest user of the canal lined up behind the Western plan for international management Egypt has officially boycotted the London talks But Egyptian President Nasser sent one of his top aides to keep a sharp watch on the proceedings The aide Wing Cmdr Ali Sab ry conferred with Soviet Foreign Minister Dmitri Shepilov and In dias V K Krishna Menon who support Nassers nationalization of the canal but have also ex pressed a willingness for a nego tiated settlement n Minnesc Germany Bansjwagner Communist Party KARLSRUHE Germany UP Bonn governments highest court outlawed the West German Community Party Friday and squads of special police immedi ately raided red offices through out the country Police swung into action the moment the constitutional court announced its decision ordering the Communist Party dissolved and with it any front organi setts Sen Hubert Humphrey of Minnesota and Mayor Robert F of New York All were nominated Friday afternoon There were shouts and cheers from the delegates packing the floor of this big hall as the names of the hopefuls were put before them lists were seized and party party news papers were ordered to cease publication and all Communist offices were padlocked Actual balloting for vice presi dent began at Friday nights program mainly will feature addresses by former president Truman the vice presi dential nominee and Stevenson Telephone Call Stevensons decision to leave All About U a i The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy with chance of an occasional shower or thunderstorm Friday night considerably cooler low 5558 Northeasterly winds General the No 2 place up to the conven tion marked also the opening of the campaign For he announced it with stress on the importance of the vice presidency and with the observation that seven men have ascended to the nations highest office through death of the president These were words calculated to bring to mind the questions raised about Eisenhowers health and the Democratic charges that Nixon is not of White House cali bre 2 His qualifications to step into the Presidency should something are regard ed by many as questionable by those in best position to judge Humphrey was conceded to top all rivals for campaigning ability But bis extreme position on civil rights would be salt on a fresh wound in the Deep South Being a midwestern neighbor of Stevenson geography is against him too Kennedys availability has to be weighed against three or four aackground factors religion youth and nonrugged health And so it goes And thats why delegates were perfectly willing to let Adlai decide the whole matter ff FAME IS day night Jim Farley once re garded as the mightiest behind thescenes political power in America showed up at Con vention Hall minus a ticket A young gateman whose die consisted mostly of pablum when Jim was in his heyday blocked his way He had never heard of Jim Farley And the New Yorker now a soft drink tycoon had to be identified by an Arizona news paper man ly fair and cooler e ormer rent high 7580 asked to visit Stevenson The high 7580 Iowa Scattered showers and thunderstorms extreme south Friday night and Cooler Friday and Saturday Low Friday night 5661 north west 6268 southeast Stevenson called at Trumans hotel suite after receiving a tele phone call of congratulations former President who par IOWA the pro cise moment when Claude Wick ard of Indiana former secre tary of agriculture began read ing a plank calling tor 90 per cent parity a large improvised placard showed up in the Iowa alternate delegate section of tha mezzanine right alongside the Harry Trumans It was the same it called for 100 per cent parity It was credited to the farm organization headed by former Republican Gov Dan Turner COLLISION AHEAD With man Unquestionably there was drama in this meeting of the new Fiveday Iowa Friday night Temperatures through next TRUCK SANDWICH A pickup truck driven by Dick Betten Britt was smashed nearly flat Thursday by a Hancock County truck driven by Elmer Carr They col lided Thursday at a rural intersection two miles south and six miles west of Klemme Betten is in critical condition at the Belmond Community Hospital with skull and chest injuries CHIT and his grandchild were uninjured irairio death hi Wednesday will average near normal Normal highs 82 north to 85 south Normal lows 57 north to 61 south Cooler Fri day night and again Monday or Tuesday Rainfall will average from onehalf inch to three fourths of an inch occurring as scattered thunder st o r m s throughout the period Minnesota Rain continued cool GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Friday Maximum Thursday 89 Minimum Thursday night 66 At 8 Friday 70 Precipitation Trace YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum u the Trumans Rayburns McCor jty nominee as the younger OMahoneys and a dozen suggested he should go to Truother old Democratic warriors four years older the 1960 conven tion will be dominated by such dynamic young relatively young at least leaders as Kennedy of Massachusetts Meyner of New Jersey Williams of Michigan Richards of California and per haps one of the Roosevelt sons although up to this time the lat ter have been conspicuous by their absence at this convention Just which one will emerge as high man on the totem poll re mains to be seen Quite a col lision would seem to be in the champion and the old man from Missouri whom he had whipped and stripped of political power in this 32nd gathering of the Demo cratic clan But it was behind closed doors and veiled to news men Thursday nights balloting for the presidential nomination was simply no contest Dramatic Moment Stevenson scored a firstballot victory with 905Vz votes He need ed In the evenings most dramatic moment a perspiring Stevenson strode to the podium microphone He told cheering delegates he had decided to depart from the precedents of the past so that the Democratic partys vice presi dential candidate may join me before the nation not as one mans selection but as one chosen great party even as I by our have been chosen V making NO LOVE LOST Kentucky seems destined to be a real po litical battleground in the ahead Its A B Happy Chandler flushed with victory against Lawrence Weatherby former governor and Earl Clem ents Weatherby seeks to fill out the four year term for Albert Barkley and Clements is up for a sixyear term One of the two Republicans 14 the contest will be Joha Sher ;