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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 8, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited lor the Horns I MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THi NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 1OWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXfll Associated Press and United Press M1J Leasa Wires Ike Faces Seven Centi CQWI MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY NOVEMBER 8 1956 30 Paper Consists ot Two SectionsSection One Study Advocates of Liquor Law Taxes Helped Loveless Win OTTUMWA Her sciiel Loveless said Wednesday he believes taxes were an import ant factor in his being the first Democrat chosen the states chief executive since 1936 He said also in an interview he feels that he will be able to get along well in the otherwise Re publican Statehouse and with the probable GOP majority in the Legislature Asked about therecommenda tions he will make when the Leg islature convenes next January Loveless said I certainly will recommend to the Legislature that we make a thorough study of the liquor situa tion with the objective of making the law more acceptable and en forceable Liquor Law I have said that if the Legis iature passes a workable liquor bythedrink law 1 would sign it It must provide potential aclde revenue plus promotion of tern Atty Norman Erbe Boone Republican had indicatec he does not intend to follow the cracker dry policies of his pre Salesman Knocked Down Run Over by His Own Automobile OMAHA Iff William Gundy 47 a housetohouse salesman was crossing a street when he looked up and saw a car bear ing down on him He couldnt jump clear and the car knocked him down went on a 100 feet and hit a power pole Said Gundy to police lay there wondering who that fool driver was Then it dawned on me it was my car Gundy who was badly bruised had parked his car on a hill The brakes slipped decessor Atty Countryman Gen Dayton The attorney general should not be a Erbe declared in an earlier interview I dont think the attorney general shoulc serve as sheriff of the state Lo cal law enforcement should be handled through locally elected officials such as the county at torneys sheriffs and chiefs of In reply to a question of why it was he won Loveless said It was partly hard work part ly a feeling of a demand for a change on the part of a goodly number of people I think an im portant factor was two years of increased taxes coupled with a fear of possible additional taxes It made many people cross over and vote for me I think that the fact that Gov Leo Hoegh was a dry lost him votes in the border Cheaper Power As to his recommendations to the Legislature Loveless outlined these Thestate should obtain cheaper sources of power partic ularly atomic power it should provide a coordinated water pro gram to work toward flood con trol and increasing underground water supplies advice should be provided small business through the state educational institutions and an effort should be made to stabilize the lax program Loveless said he hoped to make a thorough study of state agen cies with the thought of possibly recommending Navy Airmen Set Record in Balloon RAPID CITY S D W Two Navy men sipped coffee Thursday as they rode a gondola through a dark blue black sky and set an altitude record of feet be fore their balloon ran into MMM trouble Cmdrs Malcolm D Ross 37 and Morton L Lewis 43 both o Washington were reportec safe after an emergency landing near Kennedy a small com muni ty in northwestern Nebraska Kennedy is about 140 miles south east of here The Ellsworth Air Force base said the two apparently rode the gondola down to the ground with out having to parachute Ross and Lewis reported by ra dio their balloon was out of con trol shortly after reaching the record altitude for mancarrying balloon flights The last message from the bal loonists was We will be out of cornmunication for some time We are beginning to There the message broke off As they de scended to an altitude of feet they radioed We are cool calm and col lected We think we will stay with the balloon as long as we At one point they reported they were dropping at feet a min itc A large cargo chute was at SET NEW ALTITUDE MARK on Domestic Issues and Lewis arc shown as thev sswss Hungarian Patriots Fight On Food Supply Running Low VIENNA Hun garian patriots have renewed their right against the Soviets in Budapest and opened a third front near the Yugoslav border radio reports from Hungary said Thursday Faint signals from a radio transmitter inside the ruined Hungarian capital served notice the rebel spirit had not been daunted by Soviet firepower The freedom fighters are be coming tired yet enthusiasm is even greater than the broadcast said Please help us save our Expect Purge The broadcast followed other rebel reports the Soviets were expected to purge the new puppet Premier Janos Kadar for his failure to command the support of the Hungarian people The broadcasts said the Rus sians had dropped his name from MARSHALL FIELD 111 Business King Field Dies After Surgery NEW YORK Marshall Field 111 63 multimillionaire philanthropist and head of Field Enterprises died Thurs day at New York Hospital Death came at 5 a m His wife Ruth was at his bedside Field was taken to the hos SNIPER FIRE CONTINUING Suez Canal Hanging by a Thread LONDON M The Suez Cana easefire appeared to hang by a bread Thursday as the warring ations stood fast on opposing ondilions for ending the strife The United Nations pressed ef orts to set up an tached to the gondola for use in emergencies The men also had aarachutes with them in the gon dola Protest Party at Red Headquarters NEW LORK UP A menacing crowd of surged toward he headquarters of the Russian United Nations delegation on plush night downed champagne and vodka oasts to the 39th anniversary of he Bolshevik Revolution A force of about 150 ome of them force to police the ceasefire anc withdrawal of British French and Israeli troops from Egyptian ter ritory But these efforts faced stubborn Park Avenue Wednesday as the Red elite within Iowa Mother 2 Children Die in Crash IDA GROVE UP A 38 yearold mother and two of her children were killed Wednesday in a grinding cartrain crash at he shouting pickets from thea gravel road crossing on the ntrancc Many in the crowd west edge of the town of Hungarian descent Nuj Dead were Mrs Marie Gcmpc icrous students of several coljlcr Larry 6 and Janet 2 An egcs joined the demonstration other young Gcmpeler Wayne 10 was in critical condij tion in a hospital here Officials said Mrs Gempelers Gov Leo car collided with a Chicago North day short snags as British and French sol diers beat off Arab snipers in bat tered Port Said Britain and France flatly re fused to pull out of the canal zone until the police force took over the area Israeli Premier David BenGurion said his gov ernment would not agree to an foreign force being stationed in Israel or on any territory it hac occupied Egypt demanded im mediate withdrawal of the Bri tish French and Israeli troops a demand endorsed by the General Assembly in a resolution Wednesday night Despite the conflicting demands of the combatants the Assembly authorized the command of the new force headed by Cana dian Maj Gen E L M Burns o proceed forthwith with the fuli Twelve nations al eady had offered troops and Western freight train at a cut crossing into town The accident was the third tragic cartrain accident in Iowa in little more than a month On Oct 6 five persons were killed when a cartrain accident occur red at a private railroad cross ing near Washburn Two weeks Hoegh Doesnt Plan on Running for Office Again DES MOJNES some delegates predicted the first units would arrive in the Suez in two or three days Israel meanwhile reportet new attacks by Arab raiders from Jordan along a 30mile section of frontier There was no immediate reaction by high Israeli officials but similar attacks from Congress to Be Less Friendly Morton Wins in Kentucky FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES President Eisenhower was confronted Thursday with the prospect of an iincreasingly unfriendly Congress in the aftermath of his sweeping j reelection victory Although Eisenhower defeated jAdlai E Stevenson by more than nine million votes to win a second term the Presidents Republican Party took a political defeat when Democrats won margins in both houses of Congress Increased antagonism by the now Congress above that dis played by the Democratic 84th to some of Eisenhowers proposals seemed likely to make itself felt primarily on domestic issues The narrowness of party mar ms in both Senate and House made it certain that on most is sues final decisions as in the past Four years would be made by twoparty coalitions rather the Soviet Oct 21 The Se and in day he underwent hmin lnan on stllct Partv lmes and newspapers iu Budapest and that chances were that he would Scrv be liquidated for his Failures been described as in fair con underwent brain sur Thursday he had sa day I dont anticipate I will run for office In telling of his future plans the governor said he expects to resume his private practice of law at Chariton he and his fam ilys home town before he be came governor two years ago I will keep an interest in poll1 Egypt were given as the official reason for the operation launched 10 days ago by Israeli armored col umns and paratroopers which lanced almost to the Suez Canal The Israeli army said com mando squads stabbed across the border at many places from Shaar Hagai midway between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv to the narrow waist of Israel north of Tel Aviv blowing up a water pipeline and three houses and at tacking several cars with gunfire and grenades No one was in jured Observers In Port Said estimate Egyptians had been killed and several thousand wounded in the for the key port British and French casualties were put al just over 100 killed and but the wounded were on stretchers ations Press correspondent r t e d Refugees who poured across the border into Yugoslavia disclosed the freedom fightevs had re treated into thick swampland along the frontier to open yet another front against the Rus sian troops and tanks Fighting Rages On A freedom radio report said fighting rages in the eighth dis trict of Budapest and the Pesler zebet Koebanya Ujpest and Kel enfoeld districts The broadcast said as long a the civilian population can bu food in the stores the insurgent will have enough to eat but un fortunately this will run out with in a A rebel broadcast heard in Mi Ian Italy said the rebels had re captured the Kilian barracks scene of heavy fighting through out the revolt where earlier re ports said the rebels fought to the death ft added that fighting con tinued in the hills on both sides of the Danube 16 Women Will Serve in the New Congress WASHINGTON UP Sixteen women will serve in the new Con gress tying the record high set n the first session of the last Congress Thirteen incumbents md two newcomers were olectedi o the House Sen Margaret money Popular I Eisenhowers own victory sur i passed his 1952 triumph over Ste inheritcd one of the venson in both popular and elec greatest toral votes With some pre cincts not yet tallied the popular vote was for Eisenhow er to for Stevenson Belated election of Republican Thruston B Morton over incum bent Democratic Sen Earle C Clements in Kentucky made the count in the new Senate 49 Demo era ts to 47 Republicans Key to control of that cham ber then rested with conservative1 Democratic senatorelect Frank I Lausche of Ohio If he decided as he had hinted he misjht to vote with the GOP the Republicans would control the Senate But in Columbus Lausche said he would stay on as OhUxgov ernor until his term ends Jan 14 The new Congress meets Jan 3 ami both houses normally organ ize on the first day of the session 4847 Edga So with Lausche absent the Democrats will have a 4847 edge assuming all other senatorselect and holdover members of both parties are present In the House the Democrats had elected 229 members 11 more than the necessary major ity to the Republicans 199 Democrats were leading in six of the seven undecided races The present division is 232203 There was no sign that Demo dition Field worlds the neighborhood of SlliO mil his merchant grand father founder of the Chicago department store bearing his name Mrs Field said her husband had been ill for about six weeks before the operation was per formed A spokesman for the family said Field had been brought to the hospital from his estate in Himtington on Long Island on Oct 21 Field inherited hi immense fortune in several installments according to the will of grandfather Since his grand father died in 1906 the estate was not subject to federal in heritance Field once said i happen to left a dont know deal of in going to happen to it and I dont give a damn If cant make myself worthy of three square meals a day dont deserve then I LeComptes Victory Will Be Contested LEON Steven Carter apparently unsuccessful n his effort to unseat Republi an Rep Karl M LeCompte as ongressman from Iowas 4th i iiiv nmist oen iviarcarpt im hase Smith also will said Wednesday he will congressior aok iinr iv contest the election caT into back Her six year term doesnt until the i9t0 elections from the occupied city Wednes day night that the BritishFrench forces had full that there was no peace Leddington said most of the wounded were victims of Egyp tian snipers or snipers them selves Associated Press corres 11 i wu in pujipondent David Mason after a ago eight children of the Richjtics and the Republican tour of Port Said saidan ard Hammes family Sigoumeyjhe sald and Im ajways interjtian mob looted a flour mm in were killed in a similar crash Jesrtod m thc city and occiipalion troops The governor said that he on them All About ncxl Electricity uas cut off in much MUOUI to rest up following his vigorousof the city Many of the 177 700 ln campaign Hr declined to sayhabitants had fled where he would Hoegh also said he had no of a federal appoint Icontest the eleeti Carter coritesl with leaders conference ne election n said he would file callcd for Friday on the House nf Ilddlt Kasl and European de velopments the kind of critical SAME Black me an 5 Representatives Committee on Management of which LeCompte e x p r e s s p d is a member Unofficial com touard administration foreicn plete returns from the tho of he J20 precincts showed LeCompteicanpaiRn the winner by 970 tcnatc loaders Lyndon B John to anri Wiliam F Knowland jwiH be continuing their present LIBERTE roles Johnson as leader of the PARIS UP The and Knowland as head Education Council recommended tnc minority Republicans Thursday that French primary1 Cold Facts 21 hours in children should be spared For the President the cold 3Urs from homework The Weather GOVERNORELECT AND FAMILY pad his family greet photographers at their Otturmva home after his victory over incumbent Leo in Tuesdays penera election With Love less are his daughter Sandra and son Alan Mason City Clearing and cr Thursday night low in low 20s Mostly fair and warmer Friday high in low 40s Iowa Clearing with diminishing winds locally colder southeast Thursday night Partly cloudy and considerably warmer Fri day Low Thursday night in 20s Minnesota Fair and warmer GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 Thursday Maximum Wednesday 37 Minimum Wednesday 28 At 8 Thursday no Precipitation trace of snow YEAR AGO Maximum 2R Minimum Waterloo Man Gets 8 Years in Prison WATERLOO UP A 23year old Waterloo man charged with shooting another over a 50 cent debt was sentenced Wednesday to eight years in the Anamosa Mens Reformatory and fined John Moore received the sentence in Black Hawk County District Court after pleading guil ty to manslaughter charges last month Moore had been charge origi nally with murder in connection llwa with the fatal shooting of RussellIprobabh would Taylor also of Waterloo jby snow showers lowans Receive Taste of Winter lowans got a taste of winter Thursday as gusty northwest winds whipped colder air and snow flurries over the state The mercury plummeted to 18 above zero at Sibley and readings were in the 20s over much of the state Mason City had 28 A warming trend was expected to push readings back into the 40s and 50s Friday afternoon However the Wcaiher Bureau said warming trend would not last long since a neu mass of cold Ike Tar More Popular Than His Hal margin over Adlai E WASHINGTON UPlThe lhat thrsudden i lions voters like Ike but foreign policy like him best with a Congress at his elbow That seemed to be the best planation of why President Ei bowers electoral a Democratic Congress to Capital Hill Some Democrats v l f hard indications of a secondday look at the balloting results pointed in these varying direc jtions j Congressional Democrats as jstired they could survive a presi landslide exhibited new confidence they can draft their oun logislative program and pit n successfully against Eisonhow n ers And Eisenhower has had his measure of elections No Scnatorial said he is somewhat at sidential ticket By amendment he can n even if he wanted as Franklin D Roosevelt did third en UW Arthur have an efiect GOP ranks former Manv Repblicans owe their Eisenhower as a Republican Thn n r q IT n National Duff Gov i i S er from Dar Thornton and Sen George w lections to a firm clutch on Ei Republicans have popular than party ilican Parlv to concede far Canadian air was due to enter i There was agreement northwest andionc typified KLLED m i MERRILL George Single AFLUO President e o r g Merrill Illinois Central Rail Uo onMeimy said was the foreman was killed not the Remibliean and passen   

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