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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 5, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETT HI NIWSPAPIt THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOW ANS NliCHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXMI Associated tnd United rtl Wins Cects Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY NOVEMBER 5 Paptr Consists at Two IS Egyptians Granted CeaseFire at Port Said 60 Million Voters Expected to Cast Ballots on Tuesday One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE WTAD Qulnoj 930 Sunday 13001 Sunday W01 Ames 640 Thursday WSUI la City 918 Saturday If You Have Travel Plans MOT so long before the start of Alan aerial odyssey which in two and a half months will set me down in 32 different lands I heard from three friends with some helpful advice One is asso ciated with an airline which dis patches planes to the far places the second is a promoter of travel tours the third is a medical doc tor with a mountainclimbing hobby The fact that each communica tion bore some interest to me led me to conclude that the same thing might be true with respect to others who have travel in mind So Im going to dip into each for some selected excerpts The third one I should tell you wont require much time it con sists of two cryptic sentences From the airline travel author ity came some tips for those who can no longer be described as young Older people it should be noted constitute a very consid erable percentage of the group indulging in world travel As my friend put it They meaning our senfor citizens have earned the lei sure and wherewithal to enjoy trips they could not afford when they were Be Your Own Boss First of the suggestions offered by him was Go where YOU want to go not where your children or friends think you should Its YOUR Planned tours he added are excellent but dont book every minute Leave days for relaxing or browsing about side streets or following up on sights you saw from a bus Dont take on too much Leave the mountainclimbing and surfboard riding to the young er my friend coun seled Dont go where you have to rough Those of middle age or older want a good bed well prepared meals and the other creature comforts Keep to the beaten Here in candor I should admit that I havent meticulously lived up to these last related bits of advice Im to be on what I must admit is a rugged bourne one day Sydney the next then on to Bali Java Sumatra Malaya Vietnam Thai Burma India and Pakistan with no time out for slowbreathing Medical Checkup But I did give heed to the next bit of counsel Have a medical checkup before you start out Its a sensible pre caution You dont want to spend precious travel time sitting in a dentists or doctors office Read up on the places on your itinerary before you leave home my friend suggested Youll en joy them much more he ob icrved Look up people who share your hobbies along the way If youre stamp collector or an ornitho logist see if theres an organiza tion in the area youre visiting Youll be welcomed and youll make new friends Look up people in your profes sion or other lifework A fellow architect doctor or lawyer or editor will help you see the area in a way that will have spe cial interest to you Dont my airline friend ad monished me move in on rela tives or overplay that letter of Introduction Keep it casual Be independent Diet Is Important Watch your diet if you must but dont spoil your fun by refus ing local food specialties You CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 Scattered Showers Possible in Iowa ON ELECTION DAY Soaking rains totaling more than three inches fell gently over western Iowa over the weekend and the forecast indicated it might not be amiss to take an umbrella along to the polls Tuesday The Weather Bureau said the outlook for election day Tues day was for more persistent drirxle at scattered Iowa points This could help to swell the farm vote turnout The heaviest fall reported was inches at Irwin in Shelby County and numerous other points received two inches or more Audubon had inches Emmetsburg Atlantic Har Ian Pocahontas Greenfield Avoca Sibley Rockwell City Estherville and Grundy Center Mason City had 37 since Saturday night The rains were mostly in the form of a gentle drizzle and the thirsty earth soaked up most of it There was little runoff BOTH SIDES OPTIMISTIC Record Turnout in Iowa Anticipated DBS MODSfES UP A record number of Iowa voters are expected to go to the polls Tuesday to settle the hottest guberna torial race in many years and to express themselves on the na tional farm program Officials expect a turnout of about more than 1952 when President Eisenhower carried this staunchly Republican state by more than votes Both sides have predicted a sweeping victory even though Iowa Democrats havent had an election to cheer about since Harry Tru mans 1948 victory The crats based their claim on farm unrest and the current Middle East situation Veteran observers figured there was little likelihood the Demo crats would be able to shake loose enough traditionally Republican votes to carry the presidential and senatorial races Eisenhower appears to be hold ing his margin of almost 21 in most public polls Sen Bourke B Hickenlooper a firm supporter of the administrations farm pro gram is not too far behind His opponent is R M Evans 5050 Affair The gubernatorial race how ever is rated a 5050 pickem affair Democrat Herschel C Loveless making his second bid for the post is one of the most potent Demo cratic votegetters in history The former mayor of Ottumwa out polled Stevenson by in his 1952 bid but lost by votes Republicans concede Gov Leo A Hoegh seeking his second term is in trouble Loveless has ham mered principally at the potent issue of state taxes First Term Hoegh won his first term in 1954 with a margin of votes When Loveless ran for governor the first time in 1952 he lost by votes There are voting precincts in the state The polls open in the 26 cities requiring registration at 7 and 8 elsewhere Polls close at 8 throughout the state Condition of Dulles Good1 After Surgery WASHINGTON WTCancer had infected a section of intestine re moved from Secretary of State Dulles it was disclosed Sunday A State Department announce ment said an examination at the time of the emergency operation Saturday and Xrays later indi acted the malignancy had not spread beyond the diseased por tions as SAME Black Beam traffic deatb la past 24 bouri Dulles condition was described good in the wake of the 2Vfc Armys Doctors hour operation at the Walter Reed Hospital said they expect the secretary to spend about six weeks in re cuperatiprf some three weeks of that time in the hospital This means Dulles will be im mobilized at a time when the United States is grappling with crises in eastern Europe and the Middle East In his absence the State Department is headed by Undersecretary of State Herbert Hoover Jr Dulles 68 was stricken early Saturday He was taken to Walter Reed Hospital where a preliminary di agnosis pointed to acute appendi citis Later that day after a team of four doctors had performed the lengthy operation it was an nounced a perforated portion of Dulles large intestine had been cut out The appendix was not af fected and not removed Presidents ReElection Predicted World Unrest May Have Affect By DONALD SANDERS Associated Press Staff Writer An America newly concerned with bloodshed in Hungary and footing in the Middle East will choose Tuesday a president to guide the nations affairs for the next four years An estimated 60 million voters will decide whether to continue Republican Dwight D Eisen hower in the White House or re place him with Democrat Adlai E Stevenson They will decide too which party shall control Congress in the next two years Proved Fallible Such signposts as the public opinion polls and the pulsetaking of political reporters and com mentators point almost unani mously to Eisenhowers reelec tion But the polls have been proved fallible at times in the past The same signs point to a close battle for control of Congress now held by the Democrats Thirtyfive senators will be elected from 33 states All bu three of the 435 seats in the JJ S House will be filled Maine elected two Repub licans and one Democrat on Sept 10 Voters in 29 states will elec governors A host of other state and local officials will also be An election eve survey of poli tical leaders reporters a n c others by the Associated Press in dicated that if these observers read the signs correctly Eisen hower will get four times as many electoral votes as Steven son The same observers thought the battle for Congress could go either way With 266 electoral votes needed to win Eisenhower captured 442 to Stevensons 89 in their 1952 race The popular vote was 33 for Eisenhower and 27 for Stevenson who took just nine Southern and Border states 4947 Margin Along with that Eisenhower vie BRAKEMAN KILLED SIOUX CITY Larry C Leech 25 Sioux City a brakeman for the Chicago St Paul Minnea polis and Omaha Railroad was fatally injured Saturday when he fell from a freight train as it passed beneath a viaduct here British Blame Syrian Army for Sabotage to Oil Pipeline LONDON Foreign of fice Monday blamed Syrian army units for sabotage of an oil pipe line cutting off the flow of oil from Iraq to the Mediterranean In view of this Her Majestys government must hold the Syrian government directly responsible for thesxi acts of sabotage and for causing the flow of oil to a Foreign Office spokesman said The British government called upon if allied mili tarily to act immedi ately to repair the damage and to insure the continued operation of the The flow of oil from Iraai fields stopped over the weekend ac cording to officials of the Iraq Petroleum owned by British Dutch French and American terests The oil is pumped through overland lines which pass over Syrian territory to the Mediterranean coastline of Leb anon but two years ago the Dem ocrats won it back The Democratic margin in the it is 230201 with four vacancies Each party held two of the seats an now vacant Republicans claim they pick up at least one net Senate j gain of 13 seats in the House The weekend saw the windup of the GOP campaign except for an hourlong program Monday night 10 CST to be carried by the ABC CBS and NBC TV net works and by CBS Radio It will include brief talks by Eisen hower and his running mate Vice Richard M Nixon speak from Washing BRITISHFRENCH UNITS LEAVE CYPRUS Warships of Britain FrTnce are shown as they began to weigh anchore off the coast of Cyprus Monday en route to Egypt Thousands of troops boarded the ships in preparation for new landings near the Suez Canal Russ Again Control Hungary Rebels Switch to Partisan Warfare After Ultimatum VIENNA rebel courtmartial apparently remnants fought on in isolated acnored tions Monday against the Soviet the flames of antiRussian revolt across most of the country A Soviet ultimatum demanding that the remaining freedom fight ers give up their arms or face Okays AntiSoviet Resolution UNITED NATIONS N Y Mi Deep pessimism engulfed the United Nations Monday over the virtual impossibility of enforcing a resolution overwhelmingly adopted by the General Assem bly demanding the withdrawal of Russian troops from suffering Hungary Two Facts Delegates cited two hard facts 1 The antiCommunist rebel lion after a brief hour of victory appeared to have been destroyed by Russian steel leaving the tory the GOP won control of ConKremlin and a clique of Budapest u vumuimust auu reuci racuo j uuw 111 ivusotan military tide that has flooded out broadcasts alike told of continued bands reported late Monday that the flames of antiRussian revolt shootmg in the warfare set off by rebels were still fighting for the the lightning Soviet attack that uranium mines of Mecsek not far deposed Premier Imre Nagys nafrom the Yugoslav border 1 Ji 1 TJVn O J L puppets in full control of the country 2 Soviet Chief Delegate Arkady Senate is now 4947 In the House A Sobolev virtually served notice i4 i n cwii f in advance that a vote for investigation in Hungary much less for free elections will would be summarily rejected The United States proposed the it w m resolution in an emergency 11 L u VL icouiumju iii aii emergency SCS crate say they will hold their own sion of General Assembly Sun in the Senate and make a net day night It contained eight sec tions The main ones called on President Both will ton Boston Talk After a scheduled campaign breakfast Monday in Minneapo lis Stevenson planned to fly to Boston He will speak from there Monday night 9 CST dur ing a halfhour CBS RadioTV program His running mate Sen Estes Kefauver will speak from Wash ington on the same program Eisenhower will drive from the capital to Gettysburg where he has a country home to vote inTuesday morning Stevenson will vote at Half Day a hamlet 25 miles from Chicago Nixon gave up plans to go to his home Whittier casting an ab sentee ballot instead the Russiansto end their armed attacks on the Hungarians to withdraw their forces and to per mit observers to enter Hun gary to make an investigation Police Force The Assembly also ordered a command set up for an in ternational police force to work for a ceasefire in Egypt The Assembly voted 570 at to set up the police force The resolution for its cre ation was sponsored by Canada Colombia and Norway Nineteen countries abstained The new command will recruit officers immediately from small countries for an emergency in ternational force to secure and supervise the cessation of hostili U N Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold author of the plan will try to get the neces sary troops from among 71 of the 76 members barring only Britain Nationalist China France the Soviet Union and the United States Communist and rebel radio was igthe road going tionalminded coalition govern ment Sunday Via Radio Rakoczy in south west Hungary the rebels an nounced the battle of Budapest continued and that there was street fighting in t h e Russian held city of Kocskemet 50 miles southeast of the capital Rebel units hold the Budapest Island of Csepel a big industrial center in the Danube it said adding Russian tanks dare to move only in formation In many places they have built barricades along About The Weather Mason City Mostly cloudy Mon day night low 4248 Partly cloudy and not so cool Tuesday high 5862 Iowa Scattered light rains Tues day and in central portion Mon day night Low Monday night 40s west 50s east Fiveday Iowa Temperatures Tuesday through Saturday will average about 4 degrees above normal west to about 7 degrees above normal east Normal highs 48 north to 55 south Nor mal lows 29 north to 33 south Only minor day to day temper ature changes are expected Precipitation will average two tenths to fourtenths of an inch occurring mostly during the next 2 or 3 days Minnesota Cloudy and cooler GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Monday Maximum Sunday 57 Minimum Sunday night 42 At 8 Monday 55 Precipitation 26 YEAR AGO Maximum 54 Minimum 33 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Sunday Maximum Saturday 62 Minimum Saturday night 43 At 8 Sunday 44 Precipitation Boonc Teacher Is Hit by Car Killed BOONE WVMiss Naomi Davirt 58 director of teacher training at Boone Junior College was killed late Saturday when she was struck by a car as she stepped from behind a bus on Highway 30 Rico and moving eastward at 14 t VM A A A mr miles east of here Desperate fighting is Radio Pecs now in Russian The Budapest station again firmly under Russian control sought to win over Hungarian with all sorts of promises of po litical and economic reforms Russian Appeal The Soviet high command ap pealed to Hungarian army of ficers and men to join in crushing the rebellion A large part of the Hungarian army eagerly went over to the rebels in the insurrec tion against Russian and Commu nist domination which started Oct 23 But the rebels fought on with bare hands guns and rifles and homemade bombs The resist ance appeared hopeless A 22automobile convoy brought more than 100 citizens of Western nations including 22 American dependents of personnel in the American legation in Budapest across the Austrian border at Nickelsdorf The Westerners had been stranded for two days in Magyar ovar a village only a few mile rom free Austrias frontier Des ite intervention by the United States State Department the Rus sian commander there held the convoy until a German doctor ad vised him he might have an epi demic of diptheria on his hand if he did not release the party New Government Hope for establishment of Chutists Dropped at Dawn Surrender Is Discussed FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES LONDON Waves of British and French Para hutists landed in the Port Said area at the north end of the Suez Canal Monday Vithin hours the British an nounced the Egyptian com mander there began discuss ng surrender terms with the nvaders A ceasefire was declared A communique issued by he high command said A ceasefire has been or dered in Port Said Brig utler commander of the Allied parachute regiment is now discussing surrender erms with the governor and the Egyptian military com The ceasefire was an lounced to cheers in the rlouse of Commons by Prime Minister Eden The developments mean bhe situation of Egyptian President Nasser was becom ng more precarious by the fiour Last week the Egyptians lost their vast Sinai Peninsula east of the canal to invading Israeli forces The Egyptians however denied that Port Said is surrendering They said the fight there was con tinuing Bulganin Proposal Edens cease fire announce ment preceded by only a short time a proposal by Soviet Pre mier Bulganin that the Soviet Union and the United States agrea within hours to send their nav ies backed by air and atomic AP LANDING map shows the area around Port Said in Egypt where British and French paratroopers landed Monday The city is at the north end of the Suez Canal force and a United Nations deci to step FrenchBritish ag free Hungary neutral between East and West died suddenly at dawn Sunday when reinforced re5SIOn against the Egyptian Soviet divisions opened fire on government buildings and rebel strongholds throughout the rebel liontorn country Soviet troops set up a new Com munist government loyal to Mos cow to replace the nationalist re gime of Premier Imre Nagy a nationalist Communist who had promised aims to fulfill the rebels Hungarian Communist party boss Janos Kadar who was sup posed to be working with Nagy in the nationalist government be came premier in the Sovietspon sored regime In Washington officials in stantly rejected the proposal They described the gesture made Hurricane Moving Up South Atlantic Coast MIAMI Fla W Hurricane Sreta pounded the Atlantic Ocean n the direction of the Leeward Islands Monday after flicking Puerto Rico with galeforce fringe winds The seasons seventh hurricane was reported some 300 miles northeast of San Juan Puerto in a letter to President Eisen hower as a grandstand play de signed to embarass the West and divert attention from Russias ac tions in Hungary The announced purpose of the BritishFrench invasion is to safe guard the closed to to separate the bel ligerents in the IsraeliEgyptian fighting The British say they willing to turn over control of the canal area to forces the situation is stabilized The parachute troops landed in the Canal Zone only 4 months and 22 days after the British surren dered to Egypt the military bases they long had occupied there In the meantime on July 26 Nasser nationalized the Suez Canal Few The entire action took few hours Some to 15 miles per hour li il only British paratroopers jumped from fourengine transport planes at dawn and were immediately en gaged by the Egyptian defenders A Urge group of French   

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