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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 26, 1956, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for the Horns MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS EDITION VOL LXIII Seven Oats a Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY OCTOBER 26 1956 TbU Paper Comliti ol Two No It Riots Spread Over Much of Hungary Adlai in Attack on Hall Hodge Case Is Topic By ERNEST VACCARO ROCK ISLAND 111 E Stevenson sought Friday to link the Eisenhower administration with the million dollar scandal in the office of the Illinois state auditor a Republican In Illinois his home slate Ste venson said public service has been displaced by politics pa tronage and The Democratic presidential nominee paid he understood President Eisenhower himself had written a personal thank you note for his services to the party to Republican Orville E Hodge now serving a prison term for the theft of 1V2 million dollars of state funds while serving as state auditor And turning his fire on Leonard W Hall Republican national chairman Stevenson asked I wonder what the press of the country would say if it had been a Democratic national chairman who took his holiday ease at the expense of a crooked Democratic state auditor Party Rally In an address delivered at a party rally here Stevenson sak Hodge entertained Hall in hi Florida hotel and made heavj contributions I wonder money it was to the Republi can Party war Stevenson added Has anyone suggested that this money be re paid to the Illinois taxpayer Stevenson devoted the bulk o his prepared address to criticism of the Illinois Republican adminis tration but hit out at Hall fot refusing to testify before a con grcssional committee about the serious charge that large govern ment contracts were given ou only to Republicans upon the Re publican national chairmans ap I get pretty disgusted frankly with the mantle of self righteous ness that the Republican candi date wrap around themselves in this he said Little Notice I think its interesting that so little notice has been taken in the public press of the relationships of the leaders of Illinois Republic anism with their party leaders in Stevenson said Stevenson came here Thursday night from Springfield where he spoke at a farm rally and pro posed if elected the setting up of a task force under vice presi dential candidate Estes Kcfauver to whip a new farm program into shape for action early in the neu Congress One reason the Eisenhower administration has been so slow in getting things he said in the statement is that when it came into office the President started calling for studies instead of Swift Action Then to the enthusiastic near capacity crowd in the armory he said that if elected I propose to explore at once the appointment of a task force put the Democratic farm pro gram in shape for swift action at the opening of He said the Democrats already have a program to improve the farm situation that can be put into shape quickly We must protect the family farm and help the low income farmer those people the Presi dent says he loves and his ap pointees say should be plowed Stevenson declared GOP Aide All Business When ESTES SHOWS UP DAYTON Ohio UP What would your reaction be if an ad versary strolled into your camp and offered his hand for a friendly shake It happened to Betty Weaver 27 of the University of Iowa a pretty research aide aboard a Republican truth squad plane at Vandalia Airport Thursday She was all alone in the Republican Truth Squad Special when no less an adversary than Sen Estes Kefauver Demo cratic vice presidential nominee sauntered up and inquired if anyone was at He extended his hand and informed the astounded Mrs Weaver Im Estes Flustered she thrust into his hand a copy of the Republican Speakers Handbook said Ksfauver leafing through it Lets see what they say about TVA in Mrs Weaver recovered her wits as Kefauver ambled away to call after him Maybe you can learn the truth from And to reporters she said defensively Anyone can have Pearsons Report That Ike Suffered Relapse Is Denied by Hagerty WASHINGTON UP White House Press Secretary James Hagerty categorically denied Friday that President Eisen suffered a mild relapse on his campaign swing last said a newspaper had advised him that columnist Border Incidents Reported in Africa TUNIS violence rocked North Africa as border incidents strained FrenchTunisian rela tions another notch Friday Premier Habib Bourguibas government claimed many Tuni sians were wounded when a French military convoy from Al geria tried to smash through a roadblock the Arabs had set up to prevent such crossings But the French denied breaching any barricade and said there had been no casualties lower veek HageVty Drew Pearson would publish such a report Saturday It is the most amazing document of falsehood 1 have ever Hagerty said He said that with the exception of a blood hot eye caused by two small pieces of confetti lodging in it in ortland Eisenhower ine on the campaign trip Hagerty said Eisenhower nat rally fell tired after some of jthe long days of campaigning Hagerty also denied that Ei senhower had a gastric upset as a reporter said had been rumored among newsmen cov ering Democratic presidential candidate Adlai E Stevenson Excerpt of Column Pearsons office made the col umn available to the press in general after it was criticized by Hagerty An excerpt follows It will be vigorously denied but President Eisenhower ap parently suffered a mild re lapse on his western campaign trip Whether it was campaign exhaustion or something more serious it hit Ike while he was driving back to the airport from Minneapolis He suddenly turned to others in the car and announced that I cant take any more of this Lets get out of The pres idential limousine took off from the motorcade and sped to the airport followed by a Secret Service car Ike was hustled into his plane the Columbine III without bidding goodbye to the local Detailed Denials Hagerty made detailed de nials of what he called 10 mis statements of fact in the column I am trying not to get mad about Hagerty said But I think it is about the worst job of reporting I have ever Pearson said in a statement that his story was carefully checked and that I believe it o be AP Wlrcplioto DISOWNED BOY SOUGHT Four Long Beach fam ilies have offered to adopt George Wise 9 who has been formally disowned by bis par ents Police arrested the boys father Roy Wise 31 saying he used a stiffbristled scrub brush to bathe the lad The brushing left bruises and scratches on the boys cheek and back N Y in Greeting to Ike Safe Arms Cut Is Goal By JACK BELL WASHINGTON W President Eisenhower says Adlai E Stev ensoivs sland on hydrogen bomb testing only clouds a compelling challenge to make nuclear war imposssiblc Eisenhower told a capacity crowd in New Yorks Madison Square Garden and Ihe nalion by night the goal of his administration is to find a safe aiid sound means of disarmament so that history can never say that this genera tion left humanity lo be crucified upon a cross of The compelling challenge be fore the world is not Ihe mallei of lesting nuclear of making impossible their use in nuclear he declared Great Applause The partisan crowd respondec with its greatest swell of applause when he said the United Stale stands in instant readiness lo lay aside all nuclear weapons including Iheir bu only when we have safeguard that others will do the In the same crowded hall two nights earlier Stevenson had won strong applause with bis asser tion lhat the United States shouk take the lesd in seeking agree ment to halt a first step toward preventing pos sible world destruction Stevenson repeated his conlen tion that while inspection of Rus sian military installations is de sirable lesls could be halted by agreement He said any Hbomb explosion could be delccied im mediately Standees Eisenhower attracted an esti mated standees outside the Garden while Stevenson had few Stevenson rode almost unnoticed through New York streets Eisen hower was cheered by crowds bunched on slreet corners where police had hailed traffic for bis caravan Eisenhower fired back at Stev ensons in two days of campaigning in the New York the Republican administration a new idea LAST CHANCE to register for the Gen eral Election Nov 6 City Hall will remain open until 7 Fri day Farmer Crushed to Death Beneath His Cornpicker SABULA CUP Howard Wil had not produced or a major accom plishment in four years Slevenson said repeatedly that a new Re publican idea was only a Dem ocratic idea at ils 25th reunion Eisenhower replied lhal when they took office in 3953 the Rc liam Dynes 45 Sabula farmer was crushed to death beneath a cornpicker Thursday Jackson County Coroner War Dynes was ren Zabloudil said picking corn alone on his farm picker ncath stalks publicans found a number of old ideas for whose energetic appli cation the American people had waited all too He listed re duction of federal spending taxes and unemployment among these Without mentioning Stevenson by name he said his opponents were singing a strange sad song about a weak and fearful Ameri when the machine apparently be came clogged Dynes propped the up and crawled under lo remove Ihe langled he added Zabloudil said the wind apparj After the Madison Square Gar This was fantastically dif from actual conditions ently cnused it to slip trappinglden speech Eisenhower Dynes underneath iback to Washington flew AT Witipknln nns was Ilie scene in Madison Square Cardni ns i rnpacily SPELLING IT OUT crowd wailed for appearance a major KopuUHnm nilly ill Madison Square Jarden nitflit In I ho background a sidion of used cards to spoil out the familiar Wo Like U N Action on Hungary Is Pondered WASHINGTON iV The United Stales started consultations with Britain France and other friendly governments on the feasibility and advisability of taking the Hungarian silualion in to Hie United Nntjbtis This wus announced Friday by Stale Department Press Officer Lincoln While Ho said consulta tions are being conducted in vari ous capitals and that one question under discussion is whether So iot troops are in Hungary IcgHi ualcly under Ihe Warsaw Two olher lines of action are getting urgent consideration within the American government presumably in Allied con sultations 1 The possibility of making a strong protest directly to Moscow against the intervention of Soviet forces in the Hungarian civil war 2 The possibility of giving fi nancial and economic help lo astern European countries which successfully assert their inde pendence of Moscow control Either a protest or an appeal o the United Nations would ap parently be based on the charge hat Russia acted illegally in browing its two or more divisions n Hungary into action against the thousands of students and work crs who revolted against Soviet Communism and demanded West ern style freedom CarBike Accident Fatal to Boy 14 CEDAR RAPIDS Millard Poison 14 son of Mr and Mrs J Colson Cedar Rapids dieci Friday of injuries received when struck by a car while riding his Jicycle during a heavy rain storm Thursday afternoon The youth suffered a skull fracture Dwane Wood 18 Marion driv er of the car paid a fine in Municipal Court Friday for viola tion of safety standards rAH About The Weather Mason City Generally fair nnd warmer Friday niglil and Sat urday Low Friday niglil upper SOs High Saturday mid liOs Iowa Generally fair Friday nifilit and Saturday Warmer Friday night and south west and Low Friday cast Snlurday nighl lUa FIvedcy Jowa Temperatures will average t lo 1 degrees below normal Friday night through next Wednesday Nornuil lilghs 52 north to r7 south Normal lows 31 north to south Warming Friday night and Snlurday Turning colder early next week Prccipiltilion will average from onefourlli Lo one half inch in rain willi sonic snow mixer in northwest and rain elsewhere occurring about Sunday Minnesota Fair and cool weather daln up lo 8 Friday Maximum Thursday rr Minimum Thursday nighl At 8 Friday Precipitation inch YEAR AGO Maximum 77 Minimum 40 Pianist Walter Gieseking Dies LONDON UP I Fa mod Ger man pianist Waller Wilhelm Gie seking died in a London hospital during the nighl Thursday He was GO Gieseking who achieved world fame as a concert pianist was born in Lyons France Nov 5 1805 His parents were German Geiseking began to play at Die age of 4 Mi bul he had no regular musical training until he was 16 He began studying then with Karl Lei mar at the Hanover Municipal Conservatory CHATTER OF 8 CHILDREN GONE FOREVER Empty House Greets Iowa Farmer SIGOURNEY was bad walking into that empty Always before thered someone yelling Hi This silence Its going to be rough for a Thats how Richard Hammes 46 a farmer near here spoke of the tragic cartrain crash that killed all eight of his children at rail crossing three miles northeast of here Thursday His wife Ruth 36 was in jured in the accident which started as a routine onemile trip from the Hammes 100acre farm to Take the older children to the Plank Township Rural Grade School Mrs Hammes was reported in fair condition at the Keokuk County Hospital here In this southeast Iowa town of townspeople stood on street corners discussing the ac cident in muted tones It was about the only topic of conver sation Mothers clutched their chil dren Some gave their sons and daughters an extra hug or kiss Daddy will sure tuck you in good one woman said patting her son on the head For the Hammes family Thursday started out as just a normal day It all happened so Hammes said staring into space and speaking above a whisper He continwed The boys had helped ma with the chores We got up and ate about 7 went out to the field to pick corn I never saw the younger ones they werent up yet My wife usually drove the kids to school Maybe she was a little late and in a hurry I dont know The picker broke and I re turned to the yard about Guess theyd just left a few minutes before Then a neigh bor lady came up and told me thered been an accident I didnt think at first it would be real bad Maybe the car banged up a little When I got there saw some of the kids bad I went over to my wifo She was on ground hold ing two young ones The Hammos children were Ronnie and Dornie twins aged 9 Karen 8 Linda 7 Gary 6 Rosemary who would have been 3 on Nov 4 and twins Rickie end Vicky T Ronnie died at the hospital The others all died the crash scene They were just getting big enough to have lots of fun Hammes said with a far away smile The older ones liked baseball and outdoor sports The farms a won derful place to raise Funeral services for the eight children will be held at Saturday in St Peter and Pauls Catholic Church in Clear Creek about I milet east of here Second Person Dies as Result of Blast W A second person has died as a result of the explosion which destroyer a newlybuilt home at BeKcndorfj Oct 18 Robert J McGrath 42 Daven port contractor died at a hos pital here Thursday night of in juries received in the explosion McGrath suffered second and and third degree burns while trapped in the basement of the flaming home for more than an hour Ed ward Tt Ruhl 61 real estate salesman died last Friday of in juries received in the blast Police Fire on Mobs at Singapore SINGAPORE DP police reinforced by I r i I i s h troops firod Friday on mobs of Chinese students and secret so ciety roaming Liu streets beni on destruction Europeans woro stonud anil Lheir cars burned Aulhorilicu feared Lbe mob uclion miglil mark the slnrl of a Communist effort to take over this Hrilislt An officinl casually report lisl ed 1 persons killed and per sons wounded All wore Chinese Unofficial reports said ninny more than 2f were injured A government spokesman said the rioters allnckcd ambulances and fire engines lie estimated the number of troublemakers at up to ami jaid police were forced to open fire ninny limes The government clamped cur few on Singapore effeclive until further notice Business was at a virtual standstill Six Europeans were reported stoned or burned when rioters at tacked their cars on the road lending to the Singapore Airport A mail truck and a number of automobiles were set afire in Ihe cily AL least one gasoline station also went up in flames JET CRASH PROBED LANK OlAKLUS La UPi The Air Force Friday ex a mined charred pitcos of n Ml Stralo jel bomber to iry to learn what caused the plane lo explode on takeoff killing its crow of four Rebels Refuse to Yield Thousands Are Dead By RICHARD KASISCHKB VIENNA Austria H un ary s antiCommunist civil war priail over imiih of the coun try Friday dcspilv orders from the government for an nlloui mililnry effort to crush Uio rebels Throe Belgian diplomats who iirrivril nl thi Austrian border lifter leaving Budapest at il said Tlio whole of western Hun gary is in the hands of tlio Heavy fighting raged through out Thursday niglu and also Friday in Budapest uilb scores of Hussion tanks taking purl The dead and dying worn lying about everywhere in ha Ihe diplomats reported Coittrol Highway llebels controlled ho highway lo Vienna from Budapest lo Ilia border Rebel civilians and Hun an soldiers who had descried the revolution slopped Iho o Plea for Help NICKELSDORF AustroHun flflrian Frontier Iff A riart Hod Cross ambulance driven by an elderly doctor in a bloodstained white smock croised into Austria Friday night plosdinv for bandagas serums and blood plntma The doctor said there had been a masucre in hit small town Magyarovar when Rus iart troops firad on demonstra tors shouting for freedom for He said 70 people were killed and many others wounded including women and children Uelginns six times en route to lie Austrian frontier Several thousand persons wcra e Moved dead or Ihiil had wounded in flamed for hree tlays in Ihe Danube capital ind spread lo the western countryside and such major cities as Gyoer Szeged uid Pecs General Strike Three radio stations apparent y were in the hands of rebel orces All were heard faintly lore calling themselves The freedom Two identified hcmselvcs as being at Pecs icar the Yugoslav frontier and Miskolc near the Czech border Leaflets proclaiming estab ishmcnl of a revolutionary government were being clis rilntled Reports at Ihe Austrian bor ler indicated Hungarian work ers had gone out in a general SAA4E HUNGARIAN REVOLT SPREADS The map locates areas of spreading fighting in the third clay of Hun jurys freedom and independence revolt Soviet forces wore reported active against rebels in Gyoar Szeged and Pecs farmers were revolting at Sopron and unusually heavy casualties were reported in fight ing at Magyarovar
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