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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 2, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE AMoeUted Pnst tag United Lesw Wires NIWSAPIR THAT MAKES ALL NORTH NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 2 1956 ThU Paper ol Two MidEast Policies Attacked New Theme for Demos By THE UNITED PHESS Adlai E Stevenson urged Democratic leaders across the nation Friday to join him in hammering home the lessons of the Middle Eastern The Democratic presidential candidate sent a telegram to all congressmen governors and candidates from his party asking them to help him give the nation a full understanding of the causes and consequences of the Middle Eastern Text Disclosed Stevenson disclosed the text of his telegram shortly before he left Buffalo by plane for Cleveland where he was scheduled to address a political rally In his telegram Stevenson re ferred to the attack on the Eisen hower administrations Middle Eastern policy which he de livered Thursday night in a na tionwide broadcast Stevenson charged that for four years the United States had played fast and loose with Israel Egypt India Britain and France The consequence is the total loss of confidence in American wisdom and American he said if we want a foreign policy which can hold back communism and work for a lasting peace in the world we must lose no time in the next four years in hammer Assembly in CeaseFire Order the ing home the lessons of Middle Eastern Charge Renewed He renewed his charge made several times in recent days that the administration has tried systematically to concealthe truth from the American people It appeared Stevenson would concentrate his final campaign attacks on the premise that Pres ident Eisenhower failed to pre vent war in the Middle East ISRAELI TROOPS PLAN CAMPAIGNAn officer of the Israeli army u diagram on the ground briefs his men before a military action on the Sai n sula Israel has claimed the capture of the bulk of the peninsula Egyptian Air Force Virtually Destroyed ROM OUT WTUV FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES LONDON France announced Friday that AngloFrench planes had virtually destroyed the Egyp tian air force and an Allied land ing was believed near in defianc of a United Nations appeal A spokesman for the French de fense department said the Allied On the President Republican side the lashed out Thursday night at Stevenson as a political opportunist trying to get into the White House by taking a politi cal profit on the Middle East fighting and offering the nation a design for disaster in the guise of a peace plan Both spoke over national tele vision and radio networks the President from Convention Hall in Philadelphia and Stevenson from Buffalo N Y Final Speech The President spoke for 28 min utes in his final big speech of the campaign before a crowd of Frequent outbursts of ap plause crescendoed to a climax when he declared against U S use of force not only in Egypt but in Poland and Hungary Eisenhower addressing him self to the grave crisis in the Middle East declared I shall continue to take all ac tions and decisions in these times not as a candidate for office but as President of the United States The President said he has been undisturbed by the strident voices of those few who seem to be seeking to turn world events to a political profit It was his most pointed dig at Stevenson Slip of Tongue Nets Dulles a Bellylaugh in Debate on Egypt UNITED NATIONS UP of State John Foster Dulles tongue slipped somewhat and gained him a bellylaugh in the General Assemblys marathon debate on Egypt Thurs day night Dulles referred to an Ameri can cease fire resolution which was vetoed in the Security Coun Showers Seen in Weekend Forecast for Entire State BES MOINES Iff A storm center now giving snow to west ern Nebraska and eastern Colo rado and Wyoming is expected to move northward through Iowa this weekend the Weather Bur eau said Friday Occasional rain or drizzle was due to begin in northwest Iowa Friday and another band of showers and thunderstorms was expected to spread into southwest Iowa Friday and across the southern part of the state Friday night Except for locally warmer weather ahead of the storm sys tem temperatures werent ex pected to change much until Sat urday when lower readings were due across the state The Nebraska panhandle region reported 10 inches of snow Fri day and more was predicted Motorists have been warned of the storm in Wyoming Colorado and Kansas planes had destroyed or irrepar ably damaged 105 Egyptian air craft including 16 Russian built twin engined jet IL28 medium bombers The Egyptian air force is practically out of he said In addition the Israeli air force has reported shooting down 14 Egyptian planes and damaging 10 others to bring the total to 129 Four Egyptian warships have been knocked out A British and French naval task force sealed off the northern and southern approaches to the Suez Canal Friday to establish unchal lenged supremacy to all sea ap proaches to Egypt Military censorship surrounded all moves of the combined fleet sut it was believed the troops with were ready to launch an imme Bulletins NEW YORK UP The United Nations Security Council decided to meet Friday after noon to consider the Hungarian situation A spokesman said the meeting was called by Britain France and the United States in view of the critical situa tion in LeRoy Woman Hit by Truck Dies AUSTIN Minn UP A 72 yearold LeRoy woman died here Thursday night a few hours after she was struck by a truck on the main street of Le Roy The victim was Edith Larra bee The truck was driven by Chester Iowa Miss Larrabee stepped from between two parked cars into the path of the truck Jerome Meyer Authorities say WASHINGTON UP The United States announced Friday that it has cut off all military shipments to Israel NICOSIA Cyprus Allied communique issued on Cyprus Friday said British air force Canberra jets have bombed the Cairo radio trans mitters The communique said that the attack caused the sta tion to go off the air immedi ately diate strike on Egyptian soil once the word is given Israel which reported a major victory in the Sinai Desert Thursday between the Suez Canal and the Israeli border re ported Friday its troops had captured the Egyptian base oi Gaza and were fighting in El AQUATIC QUEEN IOWA CITY WTMyrna Brandt Prescott Friday reigned over an acquatic show which opened homecoming weekend events at the State University of Iowa cil by the He caught himself and went on by Great Britain and Dulles and the Russian delega tion joined in the general laugh ter and the secretary of state apologized for that near slip of the Russia has used its Security Council veto 78 times The United used it while it four times Britain twice and China once States never has Jtrance exercised Waukon Girl Is Found Alive After Being Missing 18 Hours WAUKON W A threeyear old Waukon girl who had been missing from her farm home near here since Thursday after noon was found alive Friday after an 18hour search halted tempo rarily because of fog She is Janie Herman daughter of Mr and Mrs Carl Herman farmers three miles north of Waukon The girl was taken to a Waukon hospital for examina tion Mrs Herman said she last saw her daughter playing in the yard about 3 Thursday The sheriffs office first was asked for help and later in the evening many others joined the sheriffs officers and state high way patrolmen in the search near the farm The girl was found in a field not far from the house George Brooks La C r o s s e brought two bloodhounds to the scene and the dogs appeared to pick up the trail but Brooks fell and sprained his ankle and the dogs refused to work for any one else Arish 50 miles to the west Egyptian President Nasser linted however that the main 3pdy of Egypts forces in the Sinai were being pulled back to defend the Suez Canal and the Nile Delta The Israeli embassy in Wash ngton estimated Egyptian cas wounded and cap Israeli casual ties are relatively it added including less than 100 Egypt stepped up a guerrilla campaign Army headquarters n Tel Aviv said a large num ber of Egyptian Fedayeen Com mando units entered Israels eb Desert Thursday night slowing up a number of ve hicles and irrigation pipes Israel has long charged that he Gaza Strip was a jumping off point for Fedayeen raids Capture of the Sinai Peninsula meant that the Israelis had taken over Egyptian territory 240 miles ong and 130 miles deep at its widest point There was no direct indication as to what Hhour the Anglo French force had set for the inva sion but both air and sea land ings appeared imminent Air observation spotted Egyp tian troop movements at both ends of the 101milelong canal indicating the Egyptians would meet any landings there with force Egypts Arab neighbors con tinned in various stages of alert but there still was no indication they would enter the fight But Syria did join Egypt in breaking relations with Britain and France Bunche to Head CeaseFire Group UNITED NATIONS Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold Friday appointed a threeman committee to check on compliance with the General Assemblys Middle East cease fire and ordered it to make its first report by 5 CST Fri day The Hammarskjold group in cludes U N Undersecretary Ralph J Bunche who negoti ated the IsraeliArab ceasefire in 1949 The other members are Undersecretary 11 y a Tsherny chev top Soviet official in the and Constantine A Stavro pulos legal counsel Backs U S Resolution 645 UNITED NATIONS tB The U N General Assembly in an unprecedented emergency ses sion voted overwhelmingly early Friday for an immediate cease fire in Egypt The 76nation Assembly adopt ing a resolution introduced by Secretary of State Dulles also urged that Israel pull her forces out of Egypt and that Britain and France not move theirs in Weary from an allnight meet ing delegates expressed doubt privately that the three nations would comply since all had argued that their military opera tions must be carried through to their objective Should they fail to do so the expectation was that a further I against the resolution Canada proposal would be introduced for South Africa Belgium Laos tba stronger action Dulles resolu tion provides for the Assembly to remain in emergency session pending compliance but no time was set for the next meeting The vote was 645 with 6 absten tions Britain France Israel Australia and New Zealand voted 114 Miners Are Trapped Underground SPRINGHILL Ml Onlj faint hope was held Friday fo 114 men trapped more than feet below ground in a gaschoke coal mine shattered by a bias that already has claimed 13 lives Rescue workers found foil bodies during the night at th level They said the saw no sign of life in the dee workings where the remainin 114 were known to be trapped 6 Killed Six other miners were fa tall njured when the explosion roarec through the Cumberland Railwaj and Coal Co mine slope Thursday night leveling buildings and re ducing surface workings to rub ble Gas fumes killed one res cue worker Nine men were hospitalized The fumes hampered volunteer ifforts to get to the men en ombed in gasfilled shafts If ef orts fail it will prove Canadas vorst mine disaster in 40 years Still Hope There is still i may only be a faint the men are still said mine manager George Calder Rescue workers said they coul not bring out the bodies becaus the tunnels were blocked Thej said a hoist would have to b rigged before their search for urvivors could continue But they added the air seemed to be circu ating better in the mine depths hbpeful sign Hundreds of relatives many of hem sobbing stood around the lackened ruins of mine buildings mashed by the explosion Effect of Crisis on Vote Debated WASHINGTON nd Democratic strategists dis greed Friday about the probable mpact of the flaming Middle astern crisis on next Tuesdays residential election Democrats contended the fight ng in Egypt had tarnished the peace issue on which the Re ublicans have leaned heavily lepublicans countered that the ravity of the situation will turn reviously undecided voters to Ei enhower as a man equipped by is military and White House ex erience to deal with the crisis Nevertheless there was some vident uneasiness within the P camp as to the effect on the ewish vote of the Eisenhower ad ministrations resolution in the Jnited Nations Security Council AP Wivephoto TWO SLEEPY Secretary of State Dulles gives way to a yawn at 2 Fri day as the debate on the Mid east crisis was nearing cli max at headquarters in New York At left is Henry Cabot Lodge Ambassador to the who himself looks a little groggy from the late hours Men at rear are not identified rAl The Weather Mason City Mostlycloudy wit chance of showers or thundei showers Friday night low 46 52 Saturday partly cloudy windy and cooler high 5864 Iowa Light rain beginning northwest and showers or thun derstorms beginning southwes and spreading eastward over the state Friday night and end mg except extreme north Sat urday Little change in tem perature Friday night Colder Saturday Low Friday night in the 40s Five day Iowa Temperatures will average near seasonal nor mals Saturday through next Wednesday Normal highs 40 north to 55 south Normal lows 29 north to 34 south Colder Saturday Warmer Sunday Colder again Monday and Tues day Rainfall will average lo cally more than onehalf inch from showers through the weekend Minnesota Rain turning to snow colder GlobeGazette weather data up o 8 a m Friday Maximum Thursday 58 Minimum Thursday night 42 At 8 a m Friday 43 Precipitation trace EAR AGO Maximum 55 Minimum 26 Budapest is Gripped by New Tension BUDAPEST gripped Budapest Friday in the wake of fresh Soviet treop movements into Hungary but Premier I m r e Nagys government sought to minimize the gravity of the situa tion A government spokesman said Friday morning no new Russian troops had entered Hungary after an estimated two Soviet divisions poured across the Russia Thursday border from The spokesman said the situa tion which was extremely grave Thursday night had relaxed but the Budapest population waited anxiously to see if the Russians would move again Claim Neutrality The Soviet troop move came in the wake of Nagys announcement that Hungary was pulling out of the Kremlin dominated Warsaw Pact and claiming neutral free dom from any power bloc The government meanwhile pre pared to resign and make way temporarily for a small inner cabinet of experts under Nagy Nagy quickly informed the United Nations of the Soviet mili tary movements and placed Hun gary under protection as a neutral country Hot Aggressive Soviet embassy representatives assured the premier the troop movements were only a regroup ng and not aggressive They said their forces had ringed Hungarian airfields to ensure evacuation of vounded Soviet soldiers and de pendents Russian families were een leaving the Soviet embassy during the night Budapest radio earlier had roadcast warnings of a new So iet Reports circulated hursday night that the govern ment had to restrain Hungarys ir force from going into action gainst Russian armor camped round Budapest airfield News of the Soviet action ap eared to unite the people more losely behind Nagy Workers elegations said a general strike ad been called off because they Netherlands and Portugal ab stained Luxembourg was absent Among those voting with the United States for its proposal were the sevennation Soviet bloc the 20 LatinAmerican nations the 23 country Asian African group and Scandinavia The deci sion shortly before got 27 seconds applause from the floor and gallery in the high domed Assembly hall Israels Strike The Assembly met to deal with Israels strike into Egypt last Monday and Bri tans and Frances air and naval actions since Wednesday aimed at occu pation of the Suez Canal zone The emergency special sessiom was called by the Security Coun cil after British and French votes fiad killed and Soviet resolu tions calling for withdrawal of the Israeli forces The resolution adopted by tha assembly noted 1 That Israeli armed forces have penetrated deeply into Egyptian territory in violation of the 1948 EgyptIsrael armistice agreement 2 That French and British forc es are conducting military ations against Egyptian terri and 3 That traffic through tha Suez Canal is now interrupted to the serious prejudice of many na Grave Concern The assembly expressed concern and 1 Urged that all parties now involved in hostilities in the area agree to an immediate ceasefire ere satisfied with the tough tand the premier was gainst the Soviet Union taking THING OF THE PAST ST LOUIS are on he way out in Louis elemen iry schools Supt Philip J ickey said ballpoint pens will be soon It will elimi unfortunate accidents penpoint is pushed troduced ate such as when a with a little bit persons of he vigor said into a and halt the movement of military forces and arms into the area 2 Urged parties to ArabIsraeli armistice agreements promptly to withdraw all forces behind the armistice lines and stop raids across these lines 3 Recommend that all U N members refrain from introduc ing military goods in the area of hostilities and avoid any acts that would hamper implementa tion of the resolution 4 Urged that after the cease fire effective steps be taken ti reopen the canal and restore secure freedom of navigation Eden Readies Answer to U N Demand LONDON M Prime Minister Eden will make a statement Sat urday on the U N call for a ceasefire in the Middle East the House of Commons was told Fri day Richard A Butler leader of Edens Conservatives in the House announced the Prime Min ister would be ready to make his statement before a special meet ing of the House after overnight consultations to include French Foreign Minister Christian Pi a special trip neau Pineau made from Paris Sir Winsion Churchill World War II prime minister lunched with Eden Friday at No 10 Down ing presumably to discuss the Egyptian crisis Leader Hugh beaten in an attempt to force out Eden on confidence issues told the House the Laborites expect her Majestys government to make it plain without any qualifi cation of any kind that they ac cept the resolution of the general assembly and will not land Brit ish ground forces before Edeo speaks A belief was voiced in some par liamentary quarters that Edens government shaken by Britain defeat in the U N and growing criticism at home now hopes to have the U N take over policing of the Middle East after British and French forces have accom plished their mission SAME DATfmSSI   

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