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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 12, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH fOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME USt VOL LXIll Associated Press and UnKed Press Kull Least Wtivs Seven Cents a Copy i MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY NOVEMBER 12 1956 IniKM or Ion No MEN OF H IOWA NATIONAL WARD MASON CITY MEMORIAL ASSN AT DOUGHBOY STATIC MASON CITY One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE WTAD Quincy 0301 Sunday KGLO Sunday WOI Ames CIO Thursday WSUI City 9101 Saturday President Plan vs Parliament this twomonth period between our quadrennial na tional election and the convening of the new Congress and the Presidential inaugural would seem to fae a good time to weigh the views of those who consider the Parliamentary system su perior to our Presidential form of government While I lay no claim to being a profound student of the subject I would like to be counted among the proponents of our Presiden tial plan I dont deny that it has some real shortcomings But to my way of thinking they are eclipsed by the numerous and more important points of su periority And some of these shortcom ings it should be added could be Five More Highway Deaths Push Years Toll in Iowa to 62085 Ahead of 1955 IJy UNITED IltKSS At least five persons woro killed in Iowa highway acci dents during the weekend The deaths brought this years toll to 620 compared with 535 a year ago at this lime Mr and Mrs Clarence Aus tin Iowa City parents of five children were killed Sunday when their car missed a curve and overturned near Iowa City The Austin car rolled over four limes and bounced over a wire fence The Austins were thrown from their car Their children were not with them Ronald Harvey 21 Cresco was fatally injured Sunday morning in a onecar crash be tween Burr Oak and Decorah Harvey who apparently fell asleep at the wheel received severe head injuries when his car kfl the road overturned several times and landed in a field JIe was the son of Mr and Mrs Warren Harvey who live near Cresco Mrs Philip Stoddard 38 Jessup was killed in a car pickup collision one mile east of Jessup Saturday night Also on Saturday Carl Baum hovcr 30 Dubuque was killed when his car collided with an other near Winlhrop A Fort Dodge woman Mrs Birdie Brogotti Gii was killed and her husband critically in jured in a twocar collision near Lincoln 111 General Strike in Hungary Continues Egypt O Po ice FROM OlR WIRE SERVICES general strike that has paralyzed Hungary for 20 reduced if not actually eliminated days appeared Monday to be winning concessions from the Soviet 73 Topics Are Laid Before 56 Regular Session Opens By WILLIAM OATIS UNITED NATIONS N Y The crises in Hungary mid the Middle East were the two main issues before the U N General Assembly as it gathered Monday for the opening of its JJIiiG regu lar session Soviet military action against Hungarian rebels and the British French and Israeli invasions of Egypt lopped a list if 73 subjects awaiting Assembly debate at the llth annual Hirermonth Canvass of Votes Widens Coads Edge Over Dolliver ESTIIKHVILLK hopes of Iowa Democrats for sending their first congressman to Wash ington since 1910 perked up sharply Monday The Hev Mcrwin Toad Hoone Democrat was unofficially re ported to have picked up an ad ditional IM net votes This gave him ni apparent margin of 200 voles over lames Dollivcr Furl Oodgc the Republican in cumboiil The unofficial Kiv Mr Coads llu able gam came from Fstherville where officials of tho 2nd Ward wort called b a c k into session uftcr it was discovered had mil properly completed their tally of Nov C ballots Originally Emmet County re ported votes for Dolliver for Coad Unofficial re perhaps thp must crucial in U N ports Monday were that tho if well but recognize them and cet our hands to the task The defect in our setup most often assailed by apologists for the Parliamentary system is this extended period between election and inauguration when the cri controlled puppet regime where death This ruthless extermination of the and bravery failed freedom fighters by tics insist we can and often a promise of bread to the come pretty close to being in a new attempt to lure Soviet soldiers left only a handful of rebels holding out in isolated posts But the strike brought ine chaos and embarrassment to the Reds Monday the puppet rulers held out an executive head Theyre thinking of course of situations in which there is a change of Ad ministrations Half Way Measures This problem has been recog nized But in its solution we took only halfway measures We did away with the lameduck Congress and we moved the Presidential inauguration from its traditional March date lo Jan 20 And thai was good as far as it went it just didnt go far enough One of the reasons of course we dont get excited about this matter is that its plaguing effects are so seldom experienced Its the old story of the man who couldnt repair his roof when it was raining and didnt need to repair his roof it wasnt raining because it didnt leak then Franklin D Roosevelts re peated reelection Trumans suc cession from Vice Presidency to Presidency and subsequent workers back to their jobs but death by starvation rather than by a Soviet bullet appeared a likely choice by many of the rebels Premier Faces Chaos Kadar faced Eight Perish as Flames HitApartment CINCINNATI Fire swept history New Members The Assembly stood ready take up cither crisis whenever Secretary General Dag llammar could report success or failure in his attempts to gel U N observers into Hungary and a U N ceasefire police force into Egypt Admission of throe new U N members and the annual Soviet bid lo seal Communist China were expected at the opening meeting Morocco Sudan and Tunisia already recommended by the Se curity Council for entry into the were deemed certain to get upward from a basement slairlhe necessary twothirds vote of pleted count showed Dolliver rlf and Coad net gain of foj for Coad In all 15 comities of Ihc district the official was in prog ress Previously lu unofficial count for the district gave Coad votes lo Dollivers a margin of 18 votes for Coad well through a threestory apartapproval in the raist llu ment here early Monday Premier Janos worse chaos than that used by Moscow as an excuse lo depose the government of Imrc Nagy seven of them dren Ihrep othor persons were hurl as they leaped from burning building The dead all Negroes included Assembly This N membership throw its armed might into pression of the rebellion Kadar said Sunday the freedom fighters had been He tl 1HM I IV 1 IMilllTI 111 admitted that guerrilla fightingi1 2 fl mother and her fveJL f if Vi i I I st Vi n t r Tliil i continued in Budapest and the hlkil lark 9 to 70 Another Matter But the yearly Sovietbin to misi the Chinese Nalii and seat Ihe Ieiping Ked another matter Henry II S All About I The Weather Mason City Mostly fair through Tuesday No important temper ature change Monday night but warmer with increasing south oily das winds Tuesday night 2428 Low Mon Tuesday Al WiKlilnili DREAM COMES TRUEllarl ley JJdwJirds accompanied by li i s wife sounds taps under Iaris Arch of Triumph wilh Hie same bugle Iio used in a similar corcmony back m luf mer member of a crack bugle corps formed by lien John Kilwarrls Monday look part in a special Veterans day observance Honors Its Veterans Med Students Are Top Headache Sufferers in WASHINGTON Medical stu dents a survey shows irc more apl lo have recurring headaches han any olhcv occupational ronp And farmers arc Ihe least ilile This was reported Monday by Dr Henry Ogilen a Louisiana doctor in describing one of Ihc most extensive surveys ever made to Die causes and distribu tion of one of mankinds most prevalent disorders The study showed Dial movi cent if Ihe gencr have headaches Vanguard to Arrive on Tuesday Details Are Worked Out By WATSON LONDON lias to permit entry til the United Nn linns police force immcdialelv II Hum 111 perjN Secretary General Hani announced Monday lie said Ihe first mills now as gation said Sunday nighl u provinces but brushed aside was he ct tha effort of diehard rebels tne otner two mldren i the mass weight of the forces Russia poured in some tanks and troops to neighbors told pathetic stories of stamp out the antiMoscow rejscreaming children The urgency of he situations in Occupanls of the building and Hungary and the Middle owa Generally fair through Tuesday Diminishing w i n i s and cooler Monday nihl low 22ii Increasing s o n 1 h e rly winds ami warmer Tuesday Fiveday Iowa Tomperalures will average near degrees above normal Tuesday through WASHINGTON presiden iiil wreath was laid at hc lomh f the Unknown Soldier in Arling on Cemetery Sunday as he nations capita observed Vet erans Day Veterans Administrator Harvey V resident liisfinhowiT at the ceremony as inure than persons bowed heir heads in silent reverence diiniu the sounding of Film slar lames Stewart prin cipal speaker al Ihc Inmh calleil ihe ceremony a double Irimile Ihnse who died and to v In relurnd Id serve their And lie survey involvinj near ly persons showed lluil your chances ol having recurring headaches are if you are I a woman under JVais of anil unmarried Ienplc who arc divorced or sep araled from Iheir spouses are more apl lo have Iheni hap pily married folks Dr Ujldoi said freshman senior medical school sludeni were qnesl loned lo gel data on lie headaches if sliidcnls nd il was found lhal more Ihan HO per celll of Iheni were vic es lopping even business cculivcs of whom per cent are sufferers In siibscqiienl order on Ihc lisl Iroi pel celll 1 f clerks ttittt salesmen I I mrui a I laborers scinhled al a area near JNnples Italy may in Tuesday Canadian Gen I M Hums com mandcr of Ihc force was lalltiiic m aim udli Iresi dent Nasser and lnrcitn Minis ler iMalimoiid when marskjold made Ins annoimce incnl in New York The general said ha intend lo leave hv plane Tuesday lor Cairo lo discuss details with Ihe government and also inspect the Italian staj im area now occupied by Boone Youth Is Shotgun Victim HOONT lame 1 on nl M r and Alexander Ioon Salnrdav liv a lilasl No ono fie more than added Stewart bomber pilol and an Air vs lasting peace who know a World War l sistance Luchious Tate 30 one of those The only major pocket of resistinjured in leaps from the burning ance left inside ruined Budapestjbuilding said was at Csepel Island sile of heard pepping noises in the nations biggest industriai he said and opened the which brought the Asrsembly into 10 days of emergency session concluded an abridgment of normal procedure for the regular session Normally eel on the an item must be lisi i provisional agenda j election for a full term gave us plex Workers barricaded thcmji0or Fire pushed in I knew thereivoltlj 1he regular agenda by two full decades without even in one of the big Danubcluas only one way out and f took11 and be considered al countering the problem From island factories and continued to t i broke a window and jumped Saturday Normal highs 41 north to 50 south Normal lows U north to HO south Moderate temperatures T u e s d a y and Wednesday Turning colder Thursday Warmer again byhonor an unknown Saturday Chance of a few snowjfmrrl World War 11 flurries Thursday but no pre cipilation of consequence likely gnu accidentally discharged a brotlier Dr G II Siillon Hiione Co coroner said Hie accident oc curred as James and his win Force Larry and Garv were reserve colorul jat home alone while their par Thc Department an nounced meantime thai the World shrine will be expanded to soldier each and Hie Ko jrcan War Tentative plans ills were shopping Sulfon said the twin Larry decided I n shell in il II v trying lo extract have i ram discha rjfd 1933 to 3953 there was no waitingiheat off determined attacks for one President to take over thcsoviet armor reins of Government from an out going Chief Executive As a matter of fact there have been only two notable cases in history when the nations welfare and security seemed to be placed in jeopardy by the extended peri od of twilight authority in our Executive Department of Govern ment Lincoln Case Recalled One of these occurred back in I860 and involved Abraham Lin coln Between his election in No vember and his inauguration on March 4 1861 seven states earring out preelection threats if Lincoln won seceded from the Union Numerous forts arsenals and other federal property below line had been Rebel Pockets Elsewhere in the country rebel pockets still held out in the Buda pest suburb of Ujpest in Duna hcard then the children screamj ing above Officials said served as though chimney and caused reaches committee the Assembly before it floor for Minnesota cr Partly cloudy uarm been drawn i c o m p I c 1 change by Memorial Day ruck 1 a m iH bliorl from Denmark Norway and Co lombia lot aim alioul troops Pccmnnont CeaseFire The Cairo lalks of Hums and may deleriiiiiiu ssional people 7D whether Ihe shaky cease tire be lioiisewiv i I ween Ihc pi ians and troops if Intaifi France and Israel can lie made permanent Kvcnliially troops of Iti nations are be represented in the po lice Inrcc from which all of Iho Four Towers arc barred A I7lli Burma withdrew Monday its offer to contribute The Kan goon government said it had re ciived no response lo its offer The had made clear i especl lor their sov aniMiu several coiidil mn lor ad lilsioii il I lie police Tin v ha c sough assurances Hits British I1 rench and Israeli lorccS will withdraw immedialelv from Hie thcv overran in this hostilities broke oul I wo week1ao and Ilia lie police v ill lie based in Fgypt only lent pora nly The effects of las weeks Brit i hFrench invasion of Ihe anal continued lo reverb erate around the world Moth Russia and Commnnil issued new Ihrrals In send volunteers to help Ihnnv out Hie Brilish and Frcncli ag loid him i el on their sliolfun till as while he was lie shrll thai the ciiarge in Hie face the stairwell I been a the flames pentele south of the floor 1 I ifinal action Instead the emergency assein bly voted lo pass Hungary and if had been ailhe onto the regular session as matters of reference siichi to shoot upward through halls and in be takcn u wilhoul Csepel Island area and at Pecs near the Yugoslav border Occasional shooting also broke out in Gyoer province especially leading to Aus Vac area north hey then burst through the skyspecdy acljon fm light the MasonDixon seized by the new Confederacy Although the count of electoral tnc Kip of I votes by Congress in miclFcbrulCommumsm along the roads tria and in the of Bvidapest Correspondents returning from Budapest said the city was in the grip of indescribable more horrifying even than they had seen in the days of World War II By the best available estimates or perhaps Ilungar Sinclair Oil Firm Founder Is Dead PASADENA Calif F Sinclair who gave up a Harry phara macists job for the more excit ing life of oil prospector and later founded the Sinclair Oil is dead at 80 He died Saturday after an illness of four months Sinclair started on a shoestrini ians died in the attempt to breakiaml was an oil millionaire before Soviet Union andihe was 35 lie Congress in CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 Russian dead were from to on lhcir country a central fig wralher data up to 8 a m Monday Maximum Sunday 58 Minimum Sunday night 2i At 8 n m Monday il YEAR AGO Maximum 43 Minimum 2B Canal Blockage Cause for Worry Among Shipowners Man Suffers Fatal Attack While Hunting CRESCO 60 Waterloo died Saturday suffering a heart attack hunting pheasants 10 miles south west of here Faust was hunt in wilh his wilt weather data to 8 a m Sunday Maximum Sa turf I ay Minimum Saturday night At 8 a m Sunday up and another estimated al ure in the Teapot Dome scandalthe time of President Iration adminisjfiead here on Walerloo couple of the attack lie arrival at a hospital New York Herald Tribune News Service Special to The GlobeGazette shipping cir expressing deep worry might de clcs that are a chaotic situation velop in the South African portsjSouth African port authorities of tho Cape of Good Hope after nationalization of the ing the rerouting of shipping from the Suez Canal which is now def initely blocked This problem might turn out to Secret Al Rei nil Ihe head of fivrt Arab stales met in a top secret parley In discuss the whole Mid dle situation Reports said tho leaders of Iraq Ionian Syria Lebanon and to protect he Saudi Arabia would discuss not inly the BritishFrench invasion eratingjbut Ihc threat posed by the rapid of Communist influence in India the Far East and Australia ithe area are sailing around the Cape In New Delhi Indian Prime Despite precautions taken byJMinister Nehru met with the prime ministers of Burma liulo aiul Cevlon to discuss both once they fire a workers Meamv lule vessels between Kurope and Fast nesia Canal it is now feared that port the Middle of major importance for the survival of Western economic Europe It was reported and bunkering facilities will not be sufficient to handle the enor in shipping ton mous increase nage Kepnrts cate that in London that jhavc to be from Cape drastic mcasu taken to avoid ports indi East and Russian re pression in Hungary Both India and Ceylon are im portant Asian members of tho British Commonwealth which has been split by the British in Ihe French and British are lakingjless to gather together consider able equipment for unblocking bottlcncck ships should Beira Lotircnco s willjvasion of Egypt hope the canal as quickly as possible other South African porVs The biggesl single snag lo the Its suggested entrance of the police force tie directed to into Kgypl was the question Marques and where they would be stationed Britain and France made clear   

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