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Long Beach Independent (Newspaper) - November 7, 1956, Long Beach, California LANDSLIDE FEATURES INDEX IM C-12 Shipping Guide Editorial Women Phone HE Classified No HE LONG BEACH t WEATHER Clear today uid Thursday Not much change la temperature High today about 92 Tuesday's high 84 62 28 PAGES LONG BEACH 12 CALIF WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 7 1956 VOL 19 70 HOME Democrats Cling to Control of Congress i Kuchel Hosmer Lead Prop 4 Beaten 41 States for Ike Tops 1952 Victory Best GOP Win in 56 Years ny President D won by n massive overwhelming vote and Im- mediately pledged to n world gripped by fears of war n never-ending quest for peace In n triumphant but emn statement 20 minutes after Democrat E Stevenson conceded he had failed a second time in his bid for the White House With whatever talents the good God has given me with whatever strength there is in me I will so will my to do just one to work for lion Americans here nt nnd for peace In the world conceded nt went u cheering crowd nt election In nnd In a nationally nnd broadcast dropped n hint Hint ho limy try In further of fur tit to Republican party Modern Republicanism has now proved Itself modern Republicanism looks to the he told the victory rally For KI n n n h o w n r n resounding voto of confidence from the American and ono of tho most victories In tho political history Tho became the first Republican to win n second term since William did It In years ngo was assassinated soon his At the Instant of victory this was the box score with returns In from of tho nation's polling votes PRESIDENT EISENHOWER Victory With A Grin of great British military of the former on Page Col era Suez Link Won Call Cease Fire Wednesday Defense Minister Marshal Georgl said today tho Soviet Union Is ready to help with Its armed forces to stop aggression hi Moscow Radio ported LONDON Wednesday The British nnd French seized control of the Suez Zone today nnd ordered their troops to cease fire In the advance they have won Just before the deadline the Allied command announced the capture of Ismailia It Is the midway control city on the canal nnd Bite A Clearer Vision Now thut tho results of yesterday's election are known as concerns most candidates and issues the people can turn their thoughts to the Middle East and other world affairs with a clearer mind and vision It has been difficult to break through the political con- siderations during the past week The feeling of has tinged our thoughts when they were turned toward the ghastly world events which have erupted the past ten days The people have chosen their leader for the next four years Now they must unite in support of that leader in the crisis we face Russia is threatening It on Page The cease-fire order waa In effect by the British nnd French nt 2 Egyptian time midnight London 7 p.m Tuesday The cease-fire hour net by Britain and France passed with out official word from Cairo that Egypt had accepted Egyptian officials would not even say If their forces In the field had stopped fighting Cairo Radio however cunt tho announcement that Britain nnd Franco had agreed to end tho fighting It noted Egypt hail tho first order for a flro on certain Voters Congress Here Lead Regardless of their party label all congressmen from southeastern Los Angeles ty nnd Orange County swept back Into Tuesday Two Republicans nnd three Democrats took early and commanding lends Craig Long Bench Incumbent turned thn bid of Democrat for thn 18th Congressional post With 93 precincts out of reported the vote was Simpson Clyde Doyle Incumbent Dem ocrat was far ahead of Elgle Calvin In the 23rd District With 95 precincts out of 815 reported Doyle was ahead to 017 Incumbent James B Utt Re- publican Jumped to a quick lend In Orange County over crat Gordon T With 104 out of 972 precincts re- ported Utt was ahead to In the District Incumbent Democrat was far ahead of Republican Roy Reynolds Nor walk Republican in the 19th DIs- With 231 out of 789 pre In the vote was to Incumbent assemblymen were too The reports In- cluded Incumbent Continued on Page Col 6 How State Voted PRESIDENT out of R Stevenson D U.S SENATOR nut of precincts uichel R Richards D PROPOSITIONS BONDS out of precincts No BONDS out of Yes No T H It K E CONSTRUCTION BONDS out of Yes out of precincts Yen No 701.033 Continued on Page Col 3 BARS out of Tho capture of gave No HOLLAND Spain and Red China withdraw from tho 1956 Olympic Games scheduled to start Nov 22 at Melbourne Australia Details In sports tion A PROFESSIONAL model whose hands appear In throughout the country docs her own housework types etc And still her hands are lovely Read Hart's column on Elects Demo TOPEKA Knn can Kansas bucked the trend electing Us first Democrat governor since Harry In tho Democrat George Docking led Republican Warren to with of precincts reported Iowa Governor Beaten DES MOINES Iowa C Loveless scored n major upset In Tuesday's Iowa election by being elected the first Democratic governor of the state In 20 yean Defeated wai Gov Leo Sen Kuchel By Keeping In step with the rest of the stale Long Beach voters Tuesday gave their support to President nnd Sen Thomas II Kuchel nnd rejected Prop 4 with a swarm of votes Eisenhower and Kuchel were building up substantial margins over their opponents here as of returns began flooding Into City Hall nt 1 but the hotly contested oil conservation proposal although faring better locally than throughout the state was losing by n wide gin All other key HUTCH appeared of winning hire did four nnd wyrn of right city Only City Prop EE which would n pay to city councilman was behind Election officials estimated that at least 85 per cent of the registered voters went to the polls and n lengthy ballot made returns slow In at City Hall Long Beach where Demo I 3 Demos Senate Outcome Lead State i D still in Doubt House rolls XS WASHINGTON Wednesday bucking the landslide clung to a slender for control of early today At 3 Democrats Republican triumphs for dent nnd Sen Thomas H Kuchel early today but threatened n California back In the GOP batUe for con- trol of Congress Democrats showed surprising strength In pulling ahead of Re- publicans In three GOP The Election at a Glance or Popular vote districts even as Stevenson hower widened his own lead and In of Kuchel fought off an led In 41 stales with 457 electoral votes son In 7 with 74 Needed to win challenge by his Democratic foe Richard Richards Here's how It looked on the presidential and senatorial races In returns coming In from among the precincts Stevenson precincts Kuchel 932 Richards Both nnd Kuchel carried Los Angeles County where Stevenson's porters said nn even break In the vote would swing the state's 32 electoral votes to tho outnumber Democratic was giving both and Kuchel Republicans strong port With 77 of precincts The trend however Indicated reporting the President margin the Democrat Stevenson to Kuchel held nn ory by 700000 to lead over Democrat Richard Richards Prop 4 was trailing Continued on Page Col 1 How Long Beach Voted 333 partial out of Signal Hill PRESIDENT 77 out of 1952 Stevenson was In 17 of the 58 counties ns against only eight he won four years ngo Prop 4 tho oil control tive went down to n crushing defeat Three state bond Issues carried So did Prop 5 revising California's law The Democrats appeared to have lost their closest hid In modern history to control both houses of the Legislature now narrowly Republican Democratic Assemblyman John lead over veteran Republican Rep Continued on Page Col 7 33 races licans elected 10 Holdovers 30 total 40 Democrats elected 12 Holdovers total 43 Needed to control 49 Republicans gained 2 Ky Democrats 1 435 races licans elected 105 Democrats elected 160 Need to control 218 Republican gains 6 crats 1 30 races licans elected 7 In Ind Nen Utah Vt Gained 1 elected 6 In Ariz Ark Fla Maine Tex Eisenhower R FORECASTERS 125 U.S SENATOR Kuchel R 8.183 Richards D Gourley 4.1 18TH DISTRICT OS out of 101 III Simpson D ASSEMBLY 44TH DISTRICT 80 out of 70TH DISTRICT 37 out of 464 precincts Grant STATE MEASURES PROP 1 37 out of 864 Precincts Yes No PROP 2 School 37 out of 064 No PROP S State Construction 37 out of 684 Yes No PROP 4 Oil Conservation 37 out of 684 Yes No 11.302 PROP 5 Burn 27 out of 664 YM ON THE LITTLE CHANGE thinks those television boys mny have something with those electronic computers He's figured mt a program weather In- ion to feed Into his com- p u t e r tho W E A T hopes he come up Warm with more urate predictions In the future On tho punch card he listed such Items ns hot cold rain snow sleet fog and wind for good measure tossed In Ike and Not much In the White House measure tossed In His Johnson Says War Crisis Swung Vote AUSTIN Tex UW U S Senate majority leader Lyndon B said Tuesday night the war crisis In Hungary and In Egypt swung the election to President In a moment of peril the American people voted to back up their president and strate to the world that ica U ho Bald Every other Issue laded Into Insignificance Left Homeless by Hurricane Greta SAN JUAN P R A Puerto Red Cross official estimated Tuesday that 800 families totaling nearly persons were homeless ns result of tidal waves In the wake of hurricane Greta had won or were leading In 232 House races 16 more than a majority Republicans had won or were ahead In 202 The present House line-up U 232 Democrats and 203 cans With 35 senate scats at stake Democrats had won 13 contests and were ahead In six others Counting 31 holdover members this gave them a possible of 50 had won 12 con- nnd were ahead In 4 they SO holdovers If the were borna out In final ballot would wind up with 46 OOP In thn new senate Six Democrats nnd five Re- publicans won governorships as returns mounted In the battlo for control of 29 state capitals Republican Cecil Underwood upset Democrat Robert H lohan for the governorship In normally Democratic West ginia GOP candidates also won In Indiana New Hampshire Utah and Vermont Democrats held onto the top job In the Arizona Arkansas Florida Michigan North Una and Texas state houses Democratic Gov G liams defeated GOP Mayor bert E Cobo of Detroit to win an unprecedented fifth term In Michigan Democrats also led In 10 other states and Republicans In 8 The Congressional still was far from final Continued on Page Col 5 Presidential Vote By the Stain Voting Units Popular Voto Ala Aril K Ark U Calif Colo H R Conn R Del It Kin R On U R III R Ind R lown R Kan R Ky D Ln D Me R Md R Mich R R Minn R Mo R Mont R Neb R ID H R N 1 R N M R N y R N C D N R Ohio R Okla R Ore R Pa R R I R 8 C D R Tenn R Tnx Vt Vn R R R Wash R W R Wyo R Total 511 1.700 100 338 1.782 1.780 803 630 1.580 1.083 3.830 347 207 015 11.133 293 1.968 231 246 683 243 373 169 813 700 473 1.102 827 1.284 183 010 110 275 434 MO 3.203 2.807 203 833 230 714 246 817 303 S 137.800 387.740 480.130 637.701 Trend Electoral Trend R O 11 4 8 32 6 8 3 10 12 4 27 13 10 8 10 10 B fl 18 20 11 8 13 4 6 3 4 10 4 43 14 4 23 o 6 32 4 8 4 11 24 4 3 12 9 8 12 3 457 74
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