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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 15, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Horn MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE AW fkB M M k K K THl NEWSFAPIK THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANSNEIGH10RS HOME EDITION Associated Press md United FuU Seven Cent Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY NOVEMBER 15 1954 ThU Paper Consists at four No First U N Troops Reach Suez Canal Snow Cold Crossing Iowa Worfd Around Us i Its Around the World in 80 Days Number One EDITORS NOTE It will be around the world in 80 days for our editor unless unrest in cer tain areas precludes air travel This is one in a series of re ports on his experiences and ob By W EARL HALL QVER THE PACIFIC OF SANTA firs report from an air Odyssey whic in the next 80 days should pro vide me with proof complete tha our world is really round is wri ten at an altitude of four miles A half hour ago PanAmerica Airways four engined Dougla DC7 lifted itself off a runway a the Los Angele Internal i o n a Airport At th moment Sant Barbara o u last landmark is disappearin from view Af t e r passin through tw time zones fo I a net gain W EARL HALL tvvo hours b the w will sit down in Honolulu at some eight hours from now Fiji Islands From Honolulu after thre days it will be oh to the Fiji Is lands then New Zealand the Australia and the O 1 y m p i Games with a quickie side trip to nearby Tasmania These plans I can report with a fair degree of confidence I the engines in this and the other planes well be flying continue to that appears quite be showing up at these places in due time But what happens beyond Aus tralia sorry to relate cannot be foretold with the same degree o confidence Bali Java and Su matra pretty in Indonesia look like good bets Its Malaya Vietnam Thailand Burma India Pakistan anc points west that present a ques tion mark to the aroundthe worldbyair traveler at this mo ment in a troubled world Current Unrest rWill the current unrest In the Middle East have subsided enough by the Christmas season to per mit me and my companion on this trip to sit down in Iran and Iraq and fan out from the home of my daughter in Beirut Lebanon to Syria Jordan Arabheld Pales tine and Egypt These constitute the first set of hurdles When theyre sur mounted and Im optimist enough to believe they will be theres another obstacle course to the west and north Turkey Greece even Titos Yugoslavia and Austria dont look too formidable in prospect But with our qualified visas and a prepaid for tour privileges Kiev Moscow anc something oi being a sure thing And if wo dont make it into Russia there wont be any easy access to Finland Sweden Nor way Denmark and Holland other important points covered by an aroundtheworld air ticket which in bulk closely resembles a book Past Good Luck Always in the past my luck on missions of this sort has been fabulously good I expect it to be that on this jaunt into that fourth corner of the world I havent as yet visited But if somewhere along the way we should be diverted from the marked course I feel quite sure there would be a right good news story to report As I bring this initial report to a close I can look out the window of our pressurized cabin and see far below a layer of billowy white clouds with an occasional rift permitting a squint at the blue LUGS LAW SDITJN WAGON Attorney Rayle graves Redwood City strides throughthe cor ridor of the courthouse lugging a little wagon loaded with documents weighing 150 pounds Seagraves was forced to revert to the use of the wagon after taking on a land condemnation protest case involving 438 property owners and and all the red tape that goes with it TIGHTENS MOSCOW TIES Hungary Premier Rejects Neutrality VIENNA fli Russias puppet premier of Hungary Janos Kadar Thursday rejected neutrality as a future policy forthe nation and refused any negotiations with former Premier Imre Nagy as ong as he remains in the asylum of the Yugoslav Embassy in Budapest Kadar set the policy of his regime in a statement to a workers lelegation broadcast by Budapest Radio which showed clearly he las no intention of walking out of the Sovietdominated Warsaw or giving up the close ties with Moscow which set off the hreeweek revolution Kadar said that a neutral Nagy had proposed during his brief tenure as premier be exploitedby the im perialists and lead to The international political situation he added does not favor a policy Nebraska Dakotas Hit First Highways Icy in N W Area A snow storm accompanied by falling temperatures and gusty northerly winds blew into north west Iowa early Thursday and the Weather Bureau promised the entire state a taste of winter weather by Thursday night The storm dumped up to three inches of snow in northwest Ne braska and parts of the Dakotas Sioux City reported about an inch of snow by midmorning As the storm moved eastward across the state light rain and drizzle changed to snow and strong winds in western Iowa caused some blowing snow with temperatures in the 20s The snow was expected to diminish to flur ries by evening with depths rang ing up to two to three inches in northwest Iowa Montevideo and Marshall in Minnesota had six inches of snow by noon Thursday The low pressure disturbance responsible for the wintry weath er was centered just north of Waterloo Thursday though its main effects were being felt to the west and north Light Drizzle Light drizzle preceded the snow Iowa leaving an icy coatingon highways The Weath er Bureau said most of the snow would be confined to the north west half of the state with two o three inches expected in the extreme northwest The snowfall vas expected to taper off to only races in the central and eastern counties As the storm center moves to he northeast temperatures were expected to drop to 10 to 20 above n the northwest and from 20 to 30 n the southeast by Friday morn ing Pacific down a mile or so further DPs TO ARRIVE WASHINGTON first of some Hungarian refugees may arrive in this country by late next week Hungarians Say Willing to Discuss U N Aid UNITED NATIONS he Hungarian delegation an ounced Thursday the Hungarian epresentatives would be wili ng to meet Secretary General Hammarskjold in Rome to iscuss aid offered by the The message to Hammarskjold as from Acting Foreign Min ster Istvan Sebes Hammarskjold has suggested that he personally would go to budapest to see about setting up aid in that revolttorn city The delegation specifically said the message received Thursday did not contain an answer to this suggestion The only relief supplies per mitted by Hungary thus far has been that brought in by Inter national Red Cross units Drivers Story Fails fro Convince Judge Spends Day in Jail DES MOINES UfhMifo A Cornel 67 accepted a oneday Jail term in preference to a fine as a gesture of protest against being penalized for parking in an alley behind a downtown bank When Cornell told Municipal Judge Don T id rick he had parked in the alley many times thejudge said driver is per mitted to park in an alley only for unloading I was unfolding a Cornell replied The judge was net persuaded by Cornells contention He found Cornell guilty of neutrality As for the man the revolt had made premier briefly Kadar said an v agreement with Nagy could be possible only if he changes his attitude and comes out of the Yugoslav embassy to Nagy took refuge with the Yugoslavs when the Russians poured troops into Hungary and Budapest to suppress the revolu tion In a desperate attempt to end the general strike paralysing the revoltshattered nation Kadars regime announced a mass purge of former top Communists and the Premier expressed approval of limited free elections at a later Budapest Radio said Kadar told the workers delegation however that the only parties which would be allowed to participate in elec tions would be those which stand for Socialist principles and serve the interests of the Kadar claimed he had reached an agreement with Soviet military authorities in Hungary that no UN TRUCE CARS UNLOADED This jeep painted white and bearinj United T Sldes and top is one of several vehicles unloaded from an bi Egypt for use by the United Nations police force in the Suez Canal area I he vehicles arrived there simultaneously with the first armed Russ Taking Dangerous Gamble in Egypt Offer By JOHN HIGHTOWER WASHINGTON UP Russia making a danger ous gamble for very high stake with its offer of volunteers tc assist in Egypts struggle agains Britain France and Israel The danger is that large scale Soviet military intervention in this A morning long drizzle in the tfason City area changed to snow hortly after noon Thursday State Lows Lows early Thursday ranged rom 25 at Sioux City to 57 at Davenport which had not yet elt the effects of the colder air Ottumwa had the state high of 2 Wednesday Soaking rains fell Wednesday inparts of eastern Iowa Cedar had nearly an inch and a alf of rain Clarence had nearly inch Waterloo Davenport ubuque and Washington about ireefourths of an inch and Mar halltown more than half an inch A foot of snow fell on Rabbit Ears Pass feet up in north western Colorado A blast of arctic cold came in behind the snow sending the mer cury near the zero mark in parts of Idaho Wyoming Utah and Montana West Yellowstone was the nations icebox with a reading of 28 below The Weather Mason City Snow continuing Thursday night and Friday High Friday 2630 Low Thurs day night 1620 Iowa Snow or blowing snow with strong northerly winds and colder northwest Thursday night Showers or drizzle south east turning to snow flurries and much colder with strong northerly winds Mostly cloudy and cold Friday snow flurries northeast Low Thursday night 1020 northwest 2030 southeast Minnesota Heavy snow warning Thursday night continued in a band from Duluth to Canby but expanded to about 75 miles either side of that line General snow and colder elsewhere Heaviest total snowfall 6 to 8 inches vitally important area of the world even though the device o volunteers could lead to a con fliet that off World War III President Eisenhower told a news conference Wednesday that he United Stateswould back the U N in any various steps it might ake to oppose a military move nto the area by Russian or Red hinese cally important pieces of geogra phy anywhere Yet the risks are great anc some officials here are still 0 the opinion that the Soviets per haps are bluffing They argue that even a Soviet bluff backed up possibly by token assignments of would serve He did not say what precise teps might be contemplated but uggested action would depend on he circumstances The Ei enhower said is not by any nanner of means limited to reso The prize which may be luring le Russians on is ultimate domi ation of the program The men n the Kremlin may see the pres nt confused and uncertain condi lons in the region as an opportu ity to try for a strangle hold on flow of oil the sea lanes and he air bases that make the Mid le East one of the most strategi Tension Eases Sharply Fast Action by Secretary LONDONThe first 92 men of jthe bluehelmeted police force landed near Ismailia in the Suez Canal Zone Thursday to keep Middle East peace The thin lightly armed force vas rushed in 15 hours after Mos ow reports had said Egyptian resident Nasser had requested hat Soviet volunteers be sent to Igypt immediately The po cemen it was hoped would fore till Egyptian reliance on Soviet elp to eject BritishFrench and sraeli forces The Egyptian Embassy spokes man said such a request would be nade only if Israeli and French British forces failed to withdraw rom Egyptian territory prompt y He said he knew of no dead ine foisuch withdrawal Israel Balks The French and British have already said they would pull out when they decide the police force is adequate to take over peace preservation duties in the Suez Canal area But Israel has indicated determination to stay on in the Gaza Strip of Palestine Meanwhile an Arab summit conference of kings presidents and high officials meeting in Beirut Lebanon declared they would use force if Britain France hree large purposes and Israel do not evacuate their troops immediately and uncondi The troops landed in Sgypt on the orders of Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold who limself hastened to Italy enroute fto Cairo 2 Members of State Board of Regents Resign Positions DBS MOINES mem bers of the State Board of Re gents who failed to gain Iowa Senate confirmation in 1955 re portedly have resigned effective Dec 31 ofj They are Dwight G Rider 59 one may be and Republican president clared the government would of tle D0ard and Vincent B hold no one responsible for par ticipating in the uprising of the past three This contradicted a Budapest Radio broadcast Wednesday which admitted the Soviet army is deporting Hungarians to the east in sealed railway cars in a desperate effort to stamp out revolutionary elements The ra dio told of the deportations in explaining why the general strike had not ended BULLETIN MOSCOW UP Soviet Pro mitr Nikolai Bulganin Thurs day sent new notes to Britain France and Israel on the Mid east crisis The texts were net immediately available Hamilton 58 Hampton Demo crat Their resignations reported ly were contained in letters they wrote Gov Leo Hoegh Both men were members of the board and were up for re nomination to xsix year terms when the Senate refused to con firm the appointments Hoegh gave them interim ap pointments after the Legislature adjourned Their present terms last only until the Senate meets next January BEGINS SENTENCE NTANTIC Conn Jaspers 33 began a 10 to 22year term in the state prison for women Thursday for fatally shak ing two infants whose crying an inoyed her Dr Frank E Horack Dies at Iowa City IOWA CITY UP Dr Frank Horack professor emeritus of political science GlobeGazette weather data up versity of Iowa to 8 Thursday Maximum Wednesday 54 Minimum Wednesday night 35 At 8 Thursday 35 Precipitation 06 inch YEAR AGO Maximum 39 Minimum 33 1 To present the Soviet Unionj It appeared that Hammarskjold as he protector and defender ofjiiad won for the time being the he Arab world and thereby earn Arab good will which would cre ate longrange political influence for Moscow in the area Peace Program 2 To frustrate the United Na tions peace program based on putting a police force into Egypt and getting the British and French out The underlying aim here would be to keep the Middle East in turmoil as long as possi ble and see what further oppor tunities might open up for build ing Russian strength and influ ence there perhaps with less risk than at present 3 To throw a war scare into the Western nations and thereby divert their attention from Rus sian brutality in Hungary Officials concede that even if he men in the Kremlin launched heir present Middle East night at the age of 83 Dr Horack who retired in1943 after 41 years on the staff had been watching television when he slumped over in his chair A native of Belle Plaine he graduated from the university in 1897 Wont Let Up on Liquor Law Enforcement Moyer DES MOINES who wa Democrat except for cause favor liquor by the drink are and with State Executive Coun and even if the Rus sians did not intend seriously to go through with the offer of vol unteers for Egypt they could easily find themselves in a situa tion where they would have to make good anyway or accept a race against possible intervention and the threat of a major war The situation had become so tense that the initial contingent of troops left Naples in tha middle of the night on Hammar skjolds urgent orders First The first Swiss airliner loaded with 45 Danish troops touched down behind the Egyptian lines at Abu Suweir at A sec ond plane carrying 47 Norweg ians landed at Abe Su weir is on the west side of the canal near Ismailia A third plane carrying equip ment for the international police force landed 45 minutes later The Swiss planes were chartered by the to move the police units and supplies to Egypt Word of the planes arrival was to the staging area near Na said the air were making a quick turn around but it appeared unlikely that a second contingent could ba transferred to the Canal Zons Thursday Group spokesman said T Later a making a mistake if they con done laxity in enforcement of cil approval To those who favor a change loss of face that would damage their prestige severelv la groip of about metl Key Figure i eave the Fri A key figure in the situation HeMsajd sec Egyptian President Gamal be made UP Nasser As authorities here seeiof first troops and the situation Nasser is under of Norwegians heavy pressure both to cooperate lhe bN command at Caporfi with the United Nations in the inichlno announced that the tech terest of peace and to refuse toncal with which we by imposing seem now to be soiv added that the Soviet game Iowas present laws State Safein our existing Moycr ty Commissioner Clinton Moycr said in his talk let me say told the Iowa Sheriffs Assn that such a change will never here come about if liquor may be The interests or no one least had for the asking from illegal of all the interest of those who dispensers in the very areas desire liquor by the drink in where public opinion seems Iowa are served by lax en forcement of the liquor Moyer told the sheriffs at their concluding convention session indicated that he favors en most ready for liquor by the Governorelect Loveless has Wednesday The safety commissioner an appointee of Gov Leo A Hoegh said he intends to enforce all laws so long as I am com missioner however long that may Moyers appointment runs lo June 30 1959 and the office is one of those subject to Senate confirmation He received this in 1955 He apparently could not be replaced by the new gover nor Herschel Loveless Ottum actment of a liquor by the drink law by the Legislature and he has said he would sign such a law He did not use advocacy of liquor by the drink as a cam paign plank this year as he did when he ran for governor in 1952 however The State Bureau of Investi gation whose agents sometimes conduct liquor raids and who cooperate with local officials on such raids when their help is asked is under Moyer A shuttling of planes between the Nassers dilemma is this If hestaging area and the Canal goes along with attempts to upset the operation and render it ineffective in the long run he may find that he has gotten rid of Western influence only to make himself a subject of Soviet power If he goes along with the he may fear that the end result will be loss of prestige and face for himself so that his personal position in Egypt would be jeop ardized SAMI will be speeded up in the next few days Nothing was said however about solution of the major politi cal problems of where the force would operate in Egypt and for how long 21 Airmen Escape When B36 Crashes DENVER UP An Air Force B36 global bomber crashed and turned shortly after takeoff here Thursday but none of the 21 crew members aboard was killed The IDengine 3Vimilli6ndollar plane enroute to its home station at Ellsworth Air Force Base apparently suffered a power fail ure shortly arter it left Lowry Air Force Base here All 21 of crew members were taken to Lowrys base hospital Most of them were believed suffering from only minor   

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