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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 3, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited tec MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEI6HIORS HOME EDITION VOL LXIII Associated Press and United Prew trull Sevw Ccau Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY NOVEMBER 3 ThU Papfti of Two France Britain Reject CeaseFire Bid AP Wlrephoto WHICH WAY TO CALIFORNIA Mrs James Wollum Temple City stops her car and trailer in blizzardbound Cheyenne to inquire on highway conditionsfurther east Mrs Wollum was headed for Minnesota but she and her three children were forced to seek shelter in the Wyoming city 4 Die as Powerful Blizzard Sweeps West Plains States By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A powerful blizzard now more than 36 hours old edged slowly northward over the western plains states Saturday with slight ly diminished force leaving at least four persons dead The snowfall ceased during the night at Imperial in southwest Nebraska and wind velocities elsewhere in the storm area dropped from peaks of around 75 miles an hour to velocities of 25 to 32 miles per hour in Nebraska and South Dakota Snow still was falling in the Nebraska Panhan dle northeastern Colorado south eastern Montana and southwest ern North Dakota The slackening wind brought lopes that snow plows would be ble to go to work on drifts piled up by a fall of 6 to 12 inches In northwest Nebraska 8year old Jerry Seveland died after ailing to reach his school house He was found by searching horse men just a short distance from RESTING COMFORTABLY Dulles Enters Hospital After Apparent Appendicitis Attack BULLETIN WASHINGTON UP The State Department announced Saturday that Secretary of State Dulles was operated on for appendicitis WASHINGTON Itfl Secretary of State Dulles entered Waiter Reed Army Hospital early suffering with appendicitis The State Departments Saturday and doctors think he is statement in midmorning said the 68yearold secretary is resting comfortably and has been carry ing on some of his work by telephone from his hospital bed Mrs Dulles and a special assistant from his State Department William B Macomber were with him at the hospital UnderSecre tary of State Herbert Hoover was in charge at the State De partment as acting secretary The announcement said the di agnosis of appendicitis was a provisional decision It added that all pertinent studies are not yet Press Officer Lincoln White said word on the possibility of an operation would have to await a final diagnosis Dulles was stricken in the midst of tense diplomatic maneuvering over two world in the Middle East and Russian in terventipn ia the Hungarian re volt against Communism He re turned Friday from New York City where he called for and won a United Nations General Assembly vote urging an end to fighting in the Middle East Doctors were called to Dulles home in the very early morning after he began suffering stomach pains He went to the hospital at 6 CST the State Depart ment said 113 Men Trapped in Coal Mine Are Found Alive SPRINGH1LL Nova Scotia UP The unbelievable has happened in this mining town All 113 men trapped deep in a coal shaft by an explosion Thursday have been found alive The survivors began leaving the shaft in a steady stream while hundreds of anx ious relatives and friends who never gave up t he i r vigil cheered with unbounded joy Some appeared weak with ex haustion But a surprising num ber appeared well One of the Idman rescue group said sev eral of the survivors were found up the inclined shaft at the foot level Latest figures on the disaster had 13 men dead and 29 in jured Expect Another Red Veto Hungarys Plea Before U N By MARK EMOND UNITED NATIONS UP The Western powers worked Sat urday to forge a Security Council proposal that would support Hun garys avowed neutrality and bol ster its demand for withdrawal of Soviet troops They hoped to finish a resolu tion in time to submit it to a third urgent council session on the Hungarian situation before Sunday Although a Soviet veto was con sidered certain a Security Coun cil deadlock would permit trans ferring the debate to the General Assembly where the veto does not prevail The assembly is now sit ting in emergency session on the Middle East crisis Second Appeal Hungarian Premier Imre Nagy in his second U N appeal in two days asked the Security Council to order immediate negotiations for withdrawal of Russian troops from Hungary He asked the U N to call upon the great powers to recognize Hungarys neutrality Nagys second message was de livered to the council Friday night as it was finishing a three hour debate on the Hungarian situation The meeting was re quested by the United States Britain and France U S Ambassador Henry Cabol Lodge Jr called on the council toconsider what could be done S Searches tor New Steps to Be Taken to End Fighting in MiddleEast WASHINGTON UP The United States Saturday searched for new steps to take after Bri tain France and Israel spurned the United Nations overwhelm ing vote for a Middle Eastern ceasefire President E i s nhower and Secretary of State John Foster Dulles were hopeful that weight of world opinion against the three nations still would re sult in a quick end to the fight ing But if the fighting continues the administration may seek new U N action or encourage some other nation to come up with a peace formula No decisions were reported But experts studied two Canadi an suggestions a conference on an overall Palestine settle ment and creation of a U N police force for the area The United States has long toyed with the idea of strength ening U N power in the Middle East But heretofore there nev er has been an answer as to how to get Israel and Egypt to agree to creating an interna tional police force capable of keeping the two sides apart There never has been any dis position to force such police men on the two sides Dulles already has encour aged Canada to formulate and introduce a concrete sug gestion on Middle Eastern peace moves in the United Na tions he school but died before a doc tor could reach him In Colorado J Lee Belcher 29 a Lamar Power Co lineman was electrocuted trying to repair a wire felled by the wind Pedestrian Thomas Rowan 63 Minot N was a victim when hit by a car driven by Olaf leven 80 Minot who said the storm blinded him Herman Blumer 68 Hill City S died when his car skidded and he was thrown 25 feet down an embank ment onto rocks Two Missing Two men who had started for an oil site were missiing in south west Nebraska All over the western areas of Nebraska and Kansas in Colorado elements and in Wyoming trucks and cars were strewn in ditches as snow fall ranged up to 12 inches or more On one 10 mile stretch in southeastern Nebraska a rescue group counted 60 truck and 48 cars ditched stuck in drifts as high as five or six feet or left sprawled sideways across the highway More than 20 persons who had found it impossible to leave their vehicles were gath ered in by the ing one family of husband wife and eight children the youngest eight months Buses Halted Near Daiton in the south ern corner of the Panhandle area of the state three person injured in a pileup of two cars and a truck were given emergency treatment via a doctors telephoned instruc tions Busses ground to a halt when to assist the brave Hungarian people in their struggle for free Russians Object The council overrode a Russian attempt to block debate on the Hungarian issue Only the Soviet Union voted against placing the question on the agenda Soviet Ambassador Arkady A Sobolev accused the three West ern powers of attempting to throw up a smokescreen to divert at tention from BritishFrench mili tary action in Egypt He said he was alarmed the United States would join such a move Sobolev said the report of in creased Soviet troops movements in Hungary and the premiers statements were completely un He accused in countries fascist west of Hungary of fanning counterrevo lutionary hostilities with arms and other aid AP Wlrephoto UP TROOP STRENGTH British paratroopers line up on Cyprus after disembarking from a transport plane on a flight from England AngloFrench troop strength on the island only 250 miles from Egypt has been doubled in the last five days Russians Block HungaryTraffic The Weather Mason City Fair and cooler Sat urday night and Sunday Low Saturday night 3843 High Sun day 5560 Iowa Partly cloudy and cooler Saturday night Mostly fair lit tle change in temperature Sun day Lows Saturday night 3242 Minnesota Partly cloudy cool Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 Saturday Maximum Friday 60 Minimum Friday night 55 At 8 Saturday 55 Precipitation 01 inch YEAR AGO Maximum 35 iiiuimum 16 Tenant Farmer Is Hunting Victim they hit the big drifts and suow plows could make no headway against the wind which whipped snow back into lanes as fast as they were opened Atalissa Man Is Killed 4 Injured in 2Car Crash IOWA CITY R Car roll 36 Atalissa was killed and four other persons were injured in a fiery headon collision three miles east of here on Highway 6 Friday night The other driver was Eugene Gambril 41 Highland whose car burst into flames im mediately after the crash Highway Patrolman J A Ber tramsen said Gambril and his wife Katherine 34 were thrown from their vehicle by the impact Passersby dragged their Eu gene 8 and Anders Nor gaard 12 an Indiana neighbor from the burning wreckage Gambril and his wife were re ported to be in serious condition VIENNA tanks units took positions astride the main ViennaBudapest highway and other main roads inside the Hun garian frontier Saturday Western traffic with Hungary was reduced to a trickle The Russians sealed off some border points but at others it was possible to cross on minor roads Soviet tanks moved into the bor der town of Hegyeshalom oppo site Nickelsdorf on the main road to Budapest shortly after noon About 40 rebel fighters withdrew across the Austrian border Approximately 50 foreign na Weather Bureau as the worst in the area since 1949 was the STOCKPORT Wl a tenant Raymond farmer was found dead Friday the victim of a hunting accident on the farm of iris employer George Loeffler about five miles southeast of Stockport Van Buren County Coroner Haroldl Catcott said there would be no inquest County authori ties said Spray had gone hunt ing by himself and apparently started to crawl over a fence lost his balance stumbled and caused the gun to discharge Spray wounded in the lower first big one of the season For tunately temperatures generally stayed in the upper a break ror stranded motorists and for cattlemen who apparently suf fered little loss on their range ani mals The storm was termed by thejat University Hospitals The two youngsters were listed in good None was burned Farmer Suffers Broken Leg in Picker Accident Clarence Low 44 Route 3 Clear Lake suffered a broken leg Friday afternoon in a cornpicker accident on a farm a mile east of Fertile He was taken to Mercy Hos pital by Snells ambulance Low told ambulance attendants that his trouser leg was caught in machinery as he walked by the corn picker His clothing was torn off as he held himself from be ing drawn the picker SAME trol in the border area late Fri day Travelers between Budapest and Vienna were not detained o taken into custody by the Rus sians but told simply they could not continue their journeys The reason given was that no travel was permitted after dark Some persons leaving Budapest or Austria including some of the U S legation personnel returned to Budapest ing near the Others found lodg point where they tionals including Americans British French German Swiss and Austrian citizens were de ained by Soviet troops Friday night at Magyarovar about 15 miles inside Hungary Even travelers with Hungarian visas were being turned back at the border Saturday Some relief rucks were being permitted to move in with supplies The Russians began taking con were stopped The legation per sonnel and dependents were ex pected to make another try Sat urday backed by a protest hand ed to the Soviet embassy in Washington Meanwhile Maj Gen Pal Mal eter rebel hero of the Hungarian insurrection took over the de fense ministry in a reorganiza tion of the Hungarian govern ment Gen Mateter a regular Army officer commanded the defense of the Maria Terezia Barracks in Adlai Cites 4Point Plan for MidEast CHICAGO W Adlai E Stev enson kept the war in Egypt in the forefront of campaign con troversy Saturday with a four point program of his own for end ing the hostilities The Democratic standard bear er was elated over his reception in Detroit Friday night where he first offered his proposals to stop the war and stiike a blow for Four Steps Stevenson proposed restoration of a sense of unified purpose among the free and the rebuilding of the alliance with Great Britain and France upon which the faith of all free men Then he suggested that this country formulate a common policy for the Middle East calling for 1 Restoration of security along the frontiers dividing Is rael and her Arab neighbors 2 Insistence that passage of ships through the Suez Canal is Landings in Egypt at Hand Iraqi Troops in Jordan By JACK SMITH LONDON Lfl Britain and France rejected Saturday the U N effort to halt their attack on Egypt Their air forces opened up large scale attacks on high ways railroads and communica the way for inva sion At the same time the Arab forces of the Middle East struck back With the Suez Canals clos ure cutting off oil shipments to Europe Beirut received reliable information that a pipeline run ning across Syria to the Medi terranean had been blasted to put a further pinch on oil shipments Cairo had appealed earlier in the week to Arab workers to inter fere with oil movement Egypt claimed in a comma nique broadcast from Damascus that her coastal batteries had unk a British troop carrier and nother British vessel off Suez uch claims are subject to reser ation pending the receipt of ad itional information Iraq announced the dispatch of troops into the wssibility of a twofront war for srael Syrian forces also were reported rolling into Jordan whose foreign minister declared there was a fiftyfifty chance of an immediate attack by Israel A French military spokesman said the allied ground forces would have as their first task the opening of the Suez Canal He charged the Egyptians sabotaged the waterway by sinking six ships in it The Egyptians have as serted that FrenchBritish air ac tion blocked the canal Continue Action Prime Minister Eden in reject ing the demand by 64 members of the United Nations for an im mediate ceasefire toldParlia ment There must be a continuation f the The French Foreign Ministry imilarly said the police ac Budapest against Russian tanki forces i a matter of international con cern and that no single coun ry and especially no single man can wilfully sever the lifeline of Europe and Arab Refugees 3 The launching of an allout attack with friendly nations on he problem of resettling the 900 000 Arab refugees who now live n misery and 4 Presentation with other na tions of a program to improve conditions in the Mid for the benefit of th people and not just to serve po itical economic die East ion must be carried out to alt IsraeliEgyptian hostilities iireatening the canal Denying Laborite charges that iritain defies the United Na tions Eden said Britain wanted U N force to keep the peace i Palestine Hugh Gaitskell abor Party leader accused Eden of gravely damaging the noral authority of the U N Eden retorted that if the U N vould build up an international orce to take practical action to neet a situatiou which cannot bd met by passing resolutions then am sure the future of the U will be assured and peace much Anthony Head British defense minister told Parliament that so far there had been no land ngs on Egyptian soil Convoys Hit British and French warplanes pummeled Egyptian tanks truck convoys and military installations n the fourth day of an air bom bardment apparently aimed at wiping out opposition to a land ng of British French ground forces Most indications pointed to an purposes s its climax Saturday night at a big Chicago Stadium rally when his be carried across the nation by tele vision and radio However he will follow it up Monday with a break fast rally in Minneapolis and a final getoutthevote appeal from early jumpoff of the British French assault on the Suez Canal Zone The threat of ArabIsraeli fight ing on Israels eastern border arose after Israeli forces pushed back some Egyptian troops in the Sinai Peninsula on the west Israel previously has im plied she would take action to reaches prcvent bolstering of Jordanian Chicago night or Libertyvilie Monday AP Wlrephoto MAKES APPEAL Imre Nagy premier of Hungary reads his most recent appeal to the United Nations in an appearance before a Radio Budapest microphone GETS SIX MONTHS DES MOINES UP Merwyn Brown 23 Harlan pleaded guilty to a charge of embezzling from the mails and was given a 6 month suspended sentence in fed eral court here Friday 4 forces by other Arab nations A dispatch from Beirut said the Britishcontrolled Cyprus radio warned all merchant ships to stay away from the Eastern Mediter ranean and the mouth of the Red Sea until further in dication assault craft were head ed toward the two ends of mportant waterway A French military spokesman said the combined British and French air forces turned their sights on regrouping Egyptian army units near Gaxa and bif military installations OB t h fourth day of their air bombard ment of Egypt lai   

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