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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 25, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home y MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE PAPER THAT MAKES ALL N ORTH 10 WANS N E 1 G H I O R S HOME EDITION Press and United Press etill Lease Wirea Cenu Copy MASON CITY JOWA THURSDAY OCTOBER 25 19M Child This Paper Consists ot Four SectionsSection Ono No U Riots i in Hungary Continue Nagy Appeals for Peace VIENNA The Hungarian rioting continued Thursday and Premier Imre Nagy promised he will negotiate with Moscow to withdraw its occupation troops if the rebels will end their revo lution Nagy went on the radio to ap peal for the rebellious forces of students and workers to lay down their arms and help his new government He promised that if they did so the country would get a new deal As soon as order is reestab lished those troops which were called by our government to help will be he said Recall Forces Apparently this meant that as soon as the revolution ended the Russian troops tanks and jet plane pilots would be recalled to their bases Then Nagy would take up negotiations with Mos cow to have the four or five So viet divisions in Hungary evacu ated to Russia Broadcasters in Budapest Soviet and Hungarian troops were slowly crushing the antiSoviet fighting went on There were no late figure on casualties but travelers from Hungary Wednesday night said hundreds had been reported killed in Budapest alone The ruling Communist Party in contradictory broadcasts appeal ed for the people to return to work and warned them to stay off the streets because of contin ued shooting Secretary Ousted It was announced the ouster of its first secretary in an evident effort to appease rebels who since Tuesday night had been staging a bloody uprising in the heart of the Hungarian capital Radio Budapest said Ernoe Ge roe who only this week returned from Belgrade where he had a reconciliation conference with Yugoslavia President Tito had been replaced as first secretary by Janos Kadar a former jailed Titoist It was the second major shake up in the Hungarian hierarchy in two days and the third in three months Wednesday Imre Nagy purged for Titoism in 1955 re turned as premier replacing An dras Hegedus Geroe succeeded the loyalist Stalinist Matyas Ra kosi as party secretary only last July Loud Cheers The radio said the ouster of Ge roe was greeted with loud cheers by the Budapest population and that people in the street em braced with The station made this plea All Hungarian citizens please cease the demonstration and re turn to your work Thereby you can all help to isolate those ele ments which are still trying to overthrow our peoples democ But a few minutes later at a broadcast urgently warned the people to remain in doors because of continued shoot ing in the streets Budapest remained cut off from the outside world by telephone Hungarian operators were still not accepting calls In a midmorning broadcast Bu dapest Radio however had claimed that life in the capital is coming back to It re ported many people lined up at food shops especially to get bread ren Die in Sigourney Crash AV Wiieplioto JURY DUTY EXCUSE St Louis Mo bus driver Joseph Giribaldi was excused from jury duty last month when Snoopy his pet dog became unexplainably ill Even a veter Freight Train Smashes Into Auto Taking Tots to School FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES SIGOURNEY Eight children were killed and their mother was injured seriously Thursday when a triweekly freight train struck the car at a country crossing near here The mother Mrs Richard Hammes 36yearold farm wife was driving the five older chil dren to the Plank Township rural grade school The three youngest were along for the ride The accident occurred almost within sight of the schoolhouse at The 1953 car was de Cost of Living Wages Both Reach Record High Levels WASHINGTON UP The cost of living rose to a new record nigh last month the government reported Thursday The Bureau of Labor Statistics said its consumer price the governments official yardstick of living costsrose three tenths of one per cent between August and September Tne index stood in September at per cent of a per cen of avprapo inanan couldnt tellwhat was 194749 prices was onetenth of one percent above the pr vvrong with the doe Giribaldi vious rerorrf in p e wrong with the dog Giribaldi even arranged to work split shifts to take care of the ani mal while his wife worked This week however ailing Snoopy answered the whole rid dle gave birth to nine puppies 7 Killed in Crash of Jet Small Plane MIDLAND Tex flaming collision of an Air Force jet and a civilian plane exploded wreck age and bodies over a residential district Wednesday Seven bodies including that of a baby girl were found in the wreckage The jet plummeted laming into an empty home The sngine of the civilian plane crashed into the kitchen of an other home where a mother had vious record high set in July At the some time the bureau reported that average factory workers pay also reached a ord high in September Despite higher prices it said the purchasing power of the aver age factory workers take home pay was the highest on record for the month of September Prices increased in September in all major categories of con sumer goods and servicesexcept food which remained at the August level the bureau said The increase brought the living cost index to a level per cent higher than in January 1953 when the Eisenhower administra tion took office the ust taken her children into iving room Killed were Winfred R Clement his wife Elizabeth 25 and heir 13Tmonthold daughter Cathy all of Bowie Mrs Clem ents parents Roy E Howard 63 and Ethel Howard 57 Vashti Lt Howell D Hale 25 vho parents Mr and Mrs Er nest D Hale live at Rural Route 1 Gregg Addition Decatur and Capt Roy A Roberts 29 whose mother is Mrs Malinda A Roberts 1819 West Beile ille 111 Wreckage and bodies were trewn all over the middle class esidential area The body of one voman crashed through the roof another home and lodged in he bathtub A child was found crumbled in a flower bed Webb Air Force Base said one the airmen in the T33 had ejected himself but his chute ailed to open The body of the other airman was found in the burned Saunders home Jimenez Wins Nobel Prize for Literature STOCKHOLM UP Spanish born poet Juan Ramon Jimenez Thursday was awarded the 1956 Nobel Prize for the high spirit The rise will bring automatic costofliving wage increases of 2 to 4 cents an hour for about 000 workers mostly in the electri cal industry whose wage con tracts contain escalator clauses The average take home pay earnings after a factory worker with three dependents Was a week in That was higher than in August and higher than in Septem ber 1955 Both Republicans and Demo crats have been making an issue of the cost of living this year par ticularly in the presidential cam paign Thursdays index is the last one to be issued prior to the elections Iowa Boy Gets for Champion Angus KANSAS CITY 13yearold Iowa farm boy choked and cried in happiness for the third time at the American Royal Livestock and Horse Show Wednesday his grand champion Angus calf brought a pound at an auc tion Dennis Freed Paullina Iowa the youthful coowner who has shown the steer will receive a check for almost figuring the standard loss on the animal which weighed 975 pounds Wednesday Literature for and artistica purity of his poetry Jimenez 75 who now lives in Puerto Rico published his first volume of ppetryat 17 and wen on to be acclaimed Spains great est poet The Swedish Academy of Liter ature made the selection and im nv e d i a t e 1 y cabled Jimenez that he won the taxfree Nobel Prize of The academy said he earned the award by his lyrical poe ry which in S p a h i sh lan u a g e consti utes an exam ple of high spir t and artistical JIMENEZ His SAME DATE195S508 BUck fUff traffic tenth if Mil 1t kauri poetry has also been translated nto many other languages The selfexiled Jimenez left Spain after the Civil War and raveled around the Western Hemisphere before settling down as a guest professor at the Uni versity of San Juan Puerto Rico U S Deplores Intervention by Russ Ike Says NEW YORK Ei senhower said Thursday the United States deplores the inter vention of Soviet military forces in strifetorn Hungary The President issued a state ment on the situation in Hungary after arriving by train from Washington for a campaign ad dress Thursday night Eisenhower went on to say that under provisions of a treaty of peace those Russian forces should have been He said further that the pres ence of such Soviet forces in Hun gary as is now demonstrated is not to protect Hungary against armed aggression from without but rather to continue an occupa tion of Hungary by the forces of an alien government for its own Then the President said The heart of America goes out to the people of GOMULKA HEADS FOR MOSCOW mulka new Polish Communist party boss is acclaimed by policemen and spectators as he prepares to leave Warsaw for a trip to Moscow The journey is expected to brinpr about a healing of PolishRussian political wounds suffered in last weeks independence riots in Warsaw molished as the train carried it 800 feet on the bumper of the en gine Seven of the children were killed outright The eighth died two hours later at a hospital here Dead were Ronnie and Donnie twins 9 Karen 8 Linda 7 Gary 6 Rosemary 3 and Rickie and Vicky twins 1 Ronnie was he one who died at the hospital The mothers condition was de scribed as The full extent of her injuries was not known but she was expected to live if she can withstand the shock of the tragedy It was Iowas worst motor ve hicle accident since July 3 1955 when eight were killed in a col lision near Oxford The crossing is located two miles east of Sigourney and a quarter of a mile north of High way 92 The Hammes car was northbound on the dirt road Limited Visibility The Rock Island freight No 429 was westbound from Wash ngton Iowa en route to Des VIoines George West Des Moines was engineer and Leon ard W Dake Des Moines the conductor Rock Island officials in Des VIoines said Dake reported the train comes out of a cut near the crossing Witnesses at the scene said visibility at the point is lim ted Train crewmen said the car was just coming tot the crossing when they spotted it and applied the brakes The train was unable to stop in time Wreckage of the car had to be pried from the front of the en gine Damage to the train was con fined to the footboards A torch was required to cut them off be fore the train could proceed t Des Moines Mrs Paul Webb a cousin o Mrs Hammes husband wit nessed the accident It was just she said I heard the train honk The honk drew my attention and thats why I saw Near Crossing Mrs Webb mother of five was just returning from taking her children to the same school The Webb home is near the crossing and the Hammes home is about hree quarters of a mile from it Ive never seen anything to compare with Deputy Sheriff Keith Bryant said Two of the bodies were thrown jeside the tracks about 70 feet rom the point of impact There vere three huddled in another roup and two with the Bryant said The childrens father had bade he family goodbye only a few minutes before and was working on a tractor in a field when the accident occurred Called to the scene he stood jver the bodies of the children vithout outward sign of emotion He was shocked beyond any re Bryant said Sulphuric Acid Fumes Kill Man 18 Overcome CHICAGO chemical operator was killed and 18 others overcome when sulphuric acid fumes poured through a three story plant that manufactures sausage casings early Thursday Three of the employes of the Visking Corp were reported in critical condition by hospital au thoritips Fifteen others were treated and released at two hos pitals Storm Front Moves Into the Midwest BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Blustery weather with rain snow and cool air extended over wide areas from the Dakotas to the Western quarter of the coun try Thursday An intense storm moved across the Plains and brought rain to the Northern and Central Plains with some snow in the West Central Plains A fresh storm hit the Far Northwest The storm In the Plains was followed by a surge of cool air and temperatures were 30 de grees lower than Wednesday morning in parts of western Nebraska and eastern Colorado Snow fell in areas from western Montana to New Mexico Falls ranged up to eight inches at Rock Springs but a heavier blanket of snow was reported in the mountain areas of the North west Salt Lake Citys snowfall measuring six inches was the heaviest for so early in the sea son Ahead of the storm in the Plains strong southern winds with gusts reaching 55 in some places sent great clouds of dust skyward in many areas CAR IN WHICH TOTS DIED The remains of the auto in which the eijhtch dren ot Mr and Mrs Richard Hammas of near Sigourney were killed lies across the tracks in tront of a Rock Island train The car was dragged 804 feet down the track betore the diesel engine was able to stop Ikes Margin Widened President Bids for New York Votes Manhattan in Booming Reception NEW YORK Ei senhower hitting the campaign rail again in a lastround efforl o bag New Yorks 45 electoral got a booming reception rom Manhattan crowds Thursday as he arrived in advance of a Vladison Square Garden rally Thursday night Thousands of spectators lining midManhattan streets cheered nd shouted I like Ike as the resident smiling and waving motored in an open car from ennsylvania Station to the Com modore Hotel HBomb Topic Mrs Eisenhower accompanied icr husband sitting in the seat icsijc him as he stood through the motor trip of about a mile hrough the heart of Manhattan Advance indications were that lis speech Thursday night a ma or one in the campaign would ollow up the argument he ad anced Wednesday that the H omb helps five America a po ition of strength for peace by naking an aggressors attack Nationwide Hookup The address will be broadcast ationally over the NBC radio nd television networks at 7 The New York speech is the ast one Eisenhower has sched led this week He plans to enter iValter Reed Army Hospital here iaturday for a physical exami ation with a report on the re ults to be made public Sunday Next week starting Monday e will resume campaigning Vith trips scheduled Monday Wednesday and Thursday he will make six speeches in five states Virginia Texas Okla loma and Pennsylvania Adolf Hitler Legally Declared Dead After Hi Years BERCHTESGADEN Germany Hitler was declared egally dead Thursday Time of death on April 30 1945 Cause of death Suicide Place The Reichschancellory ir raid shelter Berlin The death certificate was issued jy the Lower Court in Berchtes gaden official residence of the ate Nazi fuehrer whose Reich vas supposed to last for ears The announcement of the legal ction made Hitlers death offi ial after all these years About The Weather Mason Cify Cloudy and colder Thursday night with intermit tent light rain strong northerly winds low mid 40s Friday gen erally fair and colder high in low 60s owa Intermittent light rain and colder with strong northerly winds Thursday night Friday generally fair and colder Low Thursday night 40s Minnesota Rain much cooler GlobeGazette weather data up o 8 Thursday Maximum Wednesday 65 Minimum Wednesday night 55 At 8 Thursday 57 Precipitation trace YEAR AGO Maximum 50 Minimum 31 Stevenson Angered at GOP Deceit7 NEW YORK E Stev says he is and west Thursday in final stretch effort to beat f Holds Lead in 23 States Poll Indicates WASHINGTON na tionwide Babsonpoll conducted by Babsons Washington Service shows President Eisenhowers vote strength gradually improv ing as the campaign progresses This new polling technique which successfully pinpointed in advance the results of the two national elections held since its origin in 1952 now shows Ika leading with a popular majority of between one and two million votes A few weeks ago the first Babsonpoll report indicated a lead of almost for Steven sou At the present time Eisenhow er appears to have a safe lead 52 per cent or more of the com bined vote for major candidates in 23 states having a total elector a vote of 232 Five other states leaning to Ike 51 per cent52 per cent have 81 electoral votes Safe Column In the safe column for Stev enson are 14 states with 153 elec toral votes Two more with 19 electoral votesare now to Stevenson In the tossup zone 49 per cent 51 Dpr Stevenson told audiences in uburban Nassau and Westchester ounties Wednesday night that he s not at all sure he and his unning mate Sen Estes Kefauv of Tennessee have been able The combination of Eisenhow ers safe and leaning states total 333 electoral votes those of Stevenson 172 Heres the lineup of states in according to this Maine Montana Iowa Kansas Minnesota Nevada Michigan Nebraska New New Jersey X I XT o put over the Democratic Babsonpoll findings age to the people i Safe for I have Sen Estesifornia Colorado Connecticut Kefauver has tried to present T 1 the great national the Democratic presidential nominee said But the plain fact is thai thr Republicans are winding up ajNew York North Dakota Ohio campaign of deceit unmatched inOregon South Dakota Vermont poltks jWisconsin and And 1 dont mind telling you i Leaning to EisenhovverA Maryland The owd cheered Washington Although he didnt put it directj Stevensons States ly into words Stevenson obvious for Stevenson Ala ly felt he was being frustrated in some respects in his efforts to in terest the voters in his contention that the Republicans have come up withno ideas in four years and are trying to ride to victory on a phony peace He told a howling crowd in the Democratic Bronx that nothing has disgusted me more than this phony peace issue in the cam He demanded that Eisen hower call of the Republican ex ponents of this issue Safe for bama Arkansas Georgia Ken tucky Louisiana Mississippi Missouri North Carolina Rhode Island South Carolina Tennes see Texas Virginia and West Virginia Leaning to Massachusetts Tossup New Mexico Oklahoma and Utah In leaning and tossup states such variables as the un decidedvoter group new voters getoutthevote campaigns and   

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