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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 29, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowoi Doily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE N I W S f A r I R T H A T M A K IS ALL NORTH IOWANS M I I H O R HOME EDITION tttt LMM Wilts Ceau a Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY OCTOBER 19H at IT Hungarian Rebels Reject CeaseFire DEMOS RETALIATE Loveless Is Target of Pierson Blast DES MOINES ff The Republican and Democratic state chairmen got into another vigorous verbal battle Monday over Herschel Loveless Democratic nominee for governor Don Pierson GOP chairman renewed his attack on Loveless administration as mayor of Ottumwa several years ago anil asked Loveless What is your answer Loveless at Oskaloosa said only Im not running against a fellow by the name of Pierson Jake More Democratic state chairman will have something to say in reply to More said Pierson should look into the record of Hoegh in city of Chariton Gov Leo Hoegh seeking Republican re election is from Chariton If the Republican Party wants to get into More added It can find enough in Chariton to keep it busy for the balance of the More said also in reply to Pier son Piersons charges are a direct indictment of the Republican state administration which had complete control over the state government at that time when One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE WTAD Qulnoy 930 Sunday KGLO Sunfliy W01 IGlOl Thursday WSD1 City S10 Saturday Womens Role in Elections T wish I knew what influence our womens vote is going to have on the Presidential election next week Ive made a point of talk ing to quite a few people who might be expected to have infor mation on this subject but I must confess to you that I have found no meeting of minds One school of thought contends that the only effect of giving women the right of suffrage has been to increase the total vote cast in any given election This viewpoint assumes that by and large husbands and wives have the same ideas about candidates and issues This will be the tenth time women have been permitted to participate in a Presidential elec tion The first time was in 1920 just after the adoption oi the 19th Amendment to our Constitution The number of women going to the polls that year was disap pointingly small to advocates of suffrage and to this day it doesn1 compare too favorably with male voting May Go Into Lead But theres no disposition in either political camp this year to overlook or pass lightly over the feminine vote The allimportant statistical fact is that there are appreciably more American wom en eligible to vote than there are eligible men This could be the year they surpass the total of mens votes Some authorities are predicting that very thing How to attract their favor and how to get the women to the polls are questions which face both parties at this moment Neither money nor effort is being spared in the attempt to come up with a right answer It seems quite clear that political interest among women is on the upswing According to the latest popula tion breakdown there are 105 million Americans who could qualify for the vote on Nov 6 Of these million are female against males That is a mar gin of almost two and a half mil lion for the distaff side Four years ago it was calcu lated that 55 per cent of the wom en of voting age went to the polls as against 73 per cent of the men of voting age But heres the part of the study of special interest They Really Liked Ike It has been concluded that per cent of the womens vote was for Eisenhower while only per cent of the male votes were for Ike This would support the claim that women played a deci sive role in his election Statisticians are of the opinion that although Eisenhower almost certainly would have been elected jn 1952 if no women had gone to the polls his whopping majority in both the popular vote and in the electoral college would have been greatly reduced Just why the women who were so cool toward Thomas E Dewey in 1948 should have been so favor able to Eisenhower in 1952 has been the subject of much study The one most common conclusion is that they were drawn to Ikes promise to end the war in Korea One authority on the subject Louis Harris put it this way are less hardboiled CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 Loveless was mayor of Ottumwa including the audit of all munici pal records State Audit Their audit approved of all of the business transactions during the Loveless administration The Loveless record was such that the people of Ottumwa who knew him best and in apprecia tion of the good service rendered the city reelected him for a sec ond term by a larger majority than he received when he first ran for the office of Pierson in remarks delivered to a Polk County Republican workers meeting said he had been to Ottumwa to find out how Loveless was other things regarded Among Pierson said he That there wasa lack of control over purchasing procedures in Ottumwa and many purchase were made without proper order or authority and many vouchers for expenditures from city funds were not substantiated by item ized Spent Large Sums That while Loveless was mayor Ottumwa spent large sums of money for grading and ocking the city streets and for pur chasing and renting street equip ment but you never even called for That one large tractor and scraper which cost over was purchased without any calls for bids That the Ottumwa Committee for Civic Progress charged that city street department labor and equipment had been used for pur poses other than for the benefit of the taxpayers of Ottumwa yet those charges were never followed Pierson also said Today you talk about lowered taxes but yesterday when you were mayor you raised taxes raised the number of employes and increased city employment to the point where supervisors had to tell street employes to stay out of sight to avoid public comment Today you talk about bringing new industry to Iowa but yester day when you were mayor 54 business firms left CROWD GATHERS IN BUDAPEST A crowd gath ers around an overturned streetcar and a burned out Soviet tank in Budapest Hungary as fighting in that AP Wlrephoto city slackened Monday Painted on top of the street car are slogans such as Russkies Go Home and Free War Scare Grips MidEast Rehearing Sought in Reversal of Religion Decree DES MOINES Iff A petition for rehearing was filed Monday in the case in which the Iowa Supreme Court ruled that a moth er cannot be held in contempt of court for failing to comply with a divorce decree specifying she must rear her child in a specific religion The request for rehearing was filed by attorneys for District Judge Harvey Uhlenhopp Judge Uhlenhopp ordered Mrs Gladys M Lynch Clarion to comply with a 1953 divorce decree or face punishment for contempt of court The decree in granting Mrs Lynch custody of one son speci fied that she should rear the child as a Catholic A contempt cita tion said she had not been doing this In reversing Judge Uhlenhopps ruling that Mrs Lynch had no choice but to comply with the de cree the high court said that among other things the decree was too vague in its directions as to how Mrs Lynch should com ply with it Orders Civilians Out of 4 States Israel Mobilizes Its Reserves JERUSALEM ized its reserves and the united States began the evacuation of some of its citizens from four Mid dle East states Monday in the big gest ArabIsrael war scare since 1948 Israel announcing the callup of reserve battalions in what it termed a partial denied it had any aggressive in tent Tension in Israel has mounted since Jordan which has the long est frontier with Israel of any Arab state formed a joint mili tary command with Syria and Egypt last week A proEgyptian Parliament was elected in Jordan a week ago i Grave View President Eisenhower taking a grave view of the mobilization sent two messages to Israeli Pre mier David BenGurion caution BULLETIN JERUSALEM UP An Israeli army communique Mon day announced that Israeli de fense forces penetrated and at tacked Egyptian suicide com mando bases near a road junc tion leading toward the Suez The communique said This operation was necessi tated by continuous Egyptian military attacks on the citizens and on Israel land and sea com Florida Search Pressed for MISSING NEGRO WILDWOOD Fla UP A sheriff promised Monday to find out the fate of a Negro who disappeared from jail The Negro was jailed for an alleged Hello Baby insult to a pretty white teacher Sheriff M B Bowman said searches by posse and plane Sunday turned up not a lead in the world to the whereabouts of Jesse Woods 39ycarold farm hand from nearby Picketsville fcuiik srftf trail of blood drops tfte size of quarters leading over the con crete floor from Hie cell to the door indicated there had been a terrific Woods vanished shortly after asking to be lodged for safe keeping although he had made bond on a disorderly conduct charge filed after several persons complained that he had in sulted the woman earlier Saturday Ike Cheered by New Medical Report Campaigns in South WASHNIGTON Iffi President Eisenhower encouraged by a fa vorable new medical report flew o the Deep South on a vote seek ing foray Monday The presidential plane Colum bine III took off from National Airport at carrying Ei senhower to reelection campaign rallies at Miami and Jacksonville and Richmond Va The physicians report Sunday said the President gives every appearance of being in excellent Their findings dealt mainly with his condition in rela tion to the major abdominal sur gery he underwent last June 9 and the heart attack he suffered Sept 24 1955 In both cases the doctors re ported good recovery Eisenhower has said several times that if he ever felt he could not handle his job as president properly then he no longer would be available for the job and would tell the people so promptly Of the abdominal surgery the formal report said The President has made an excellentrecovery from the oper ation for acute intestinal obstruc tion due to an old burnt out ile itis His bowel function is now per fectly Of Eisenhosvers heart condi tion the report said The heart sounds are normal and there are no murmurs The neck pulse is normal The lungs are clear The electrocardio gram shows the same residual changes of a wellhealed hearl muscle scar which have been present since recovery from the attack last year The rhythm is normal at the rate of ing him to avoid acts which would endanger the Washington reports said Israel had mobilized from to men along her frontiers In the Israeli side of Jerusalem regular traffic and business were slowed by a heavy movement of troops guns tanks and reservists Points of Safety From to Americans in Egypt Israel Jordan and Syria were sent warnings and orders to leave for points of safety Tour ists business people and others in the four countries not performing essential functions were urged to leave Dependents of U S government officials will be evacuated as soon as possible by commercial planes they were told Depend ents in Jordan were told the first flight to take them to Beirut Leb anon was leaving Monday There are about 320 Americans in Jordan 60 of them in Arab Palestine About 100 of them are in official capacities There are Americans in Egypt Many are missionaries newsmen and businessmen The Weather Mason City Mostly cloudy scat tered showers Monday night and Tuesday Warmer Monday night low mid 40s Warmer Tuesday high near 70 Iowa Partly cloudy with scat tered showers Monday night and Tuesday Low Monday night 4555 Minnesota Showers warmer GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Monday Maximum Sunday 65 Minimum Sunday night 46 At 8 Monday 50 YEAR AGO Maximum 43 Minimum 35 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Sunday Maximum Saturday 66 Minimum Saturday night 42 At 8 Sunday 48 TREMOR REPORTED CARUTHERSyiLLE Mo An apparent slight earth tremor shook the Caruthersville area in southeast Missouri early Monday Geroe Blamed for Calling in Soviets VIENNA was responsi ble for calling on Soviet troops to fight rebels in Hungary Endre Marten Associated Press correspondent in Budapest re ported Sunday night Everybody seems to know that it was Ernoe Geroe the deposed chief of the Hungarian Communists What Rakosi took 10 years to achieve Geroe did in 24 a veteran Communist worker told me Matyas Rakosi was ousted last July as Communist leader and was replaced by Geroe Polish Church Leader Gains His Freedom Cardinal Wyszynski Back in Warsaw WARSAW Wi Stefan Cardina Wysznyski made his first publi appearance Monday since his re lease from house arrest A crowc of cheering singing Polish Catho lies greeted him at his palace The cardinal Roman CulholL primate of Poland walked out on the balcony above the main en trance to the palace spread hi arms and said Peace be with The crowd responded And with thy Then the cardinal clad in black robes and red hat spoke to them briefly He called for a mature approach to Polands problems He asked that there should be no demonstrations and no disorders Resumes Duties A government communique saic Sunday night the 55 year oic church leader had returned to Warsaw and resumed his churcl functions The cardinal had been confine o a country monastery in Sop tember 1953 after a vigorous cam paign against Communist in fringement on religious freedom The government of thenPremie Boleslaw Bierut a leading Sta linist who died last March ac cused the churchman of constant ly breaking a 1950 agreement be tween the Red Polish governmen and the Roman Catholic Church The cardinal never was put on trial Two Still Held Vatican circles hailed the news of Cardinal Wyszynskis release as an event of great impor Sources close to the Vat ican press office said however the Vatican still awaits further developments assuring complete freedom of the Roman Catholic Church in Poland Cardinal Wyszynskis release left two Catholic primates still under confinement in Communist countries They are Josef Cardi nal Mindszenty of Hungary serv ing a life sentence since 1949 after being convicted of treason against the Communist govern ment and Alojzijc Cardinal Step inac of Yugoslavia conditional ly released in 1951 from a 16 year sentence for alleged collab oration with the Nazis but con fined to his little home town ofi Krasic Russ Carry Their Dead With Them By ANTHONY J CAVENDISH BUDAPEST Hungary Soviet tanks and troops crunched out of this warbat tered capital Monday carrying their dead with them They left behind an estimated Hungarian dead and be tween and wounded in Budapest alone They left a wrecked city where the stench of death al ready rises from the smoking ruins to mingle with a chill fog from the Danube River I arrived here from Warsaw by plane car and foot walking the last 5 miles into the bleed ing heart of this once beautiful Terms of Pact Are Argued Soviet Troops Are Top Issue By LYNN HEINZERLING VIENNA shaken Communist government said Monday night Soviet troops would leave Budapest as soon as the rebels lay down their arms De fiant rebel radio broadcasts im mediately rejected the whole idea The freedom radio at Gyoer rebel stronghold in the northwest city on fighters to ter of Europes worst upheaval on to their weapons and not since the last war I saw the full horror of devastation the revo lution had brought Headed South No sooner were we on the road north to Budapest than we ran into a massive southbound Soviet convoy headed by two armored cars Ten T54 tanks their red stars still visible through the grime of gunpowder oil and blood waddled behind Then came nu merous motorcycles and trucks On the back of one tank lay the corpse of a Soviet soldier his eyes staring vacantly back at the Hungarian capital Other bodies were in the trucks The Russian tankmen in their black crash helmets looked tired and grim They were re treating for the first time since they steam rollered out of Moth er Russia into central Europe duving World War II Signs of Fighting Soon we came across the first signs of fighting Huge cannon hole s punctured workers houses Windows were shat tered Telephone and high tension wires hung crazily and tangled like wet spaghetti as if a hurri cane had passed through Now we ran into convoys of Hungarian trucks pressed into duty as ambulances and flying Red Cross flags The doctors looked like butchers so blood splattered were their once white aprons Trucks passed full of moan ing wounded Budapest city the sign said and with it came the distant chattering of machine guns Sound of Guns A tank gun coughed in the distance and a split second later came a muffled concussion that pressured the eardrums The crack of rifles sounded from snipers who would prefer to die rather than give up The street now was so lit tered I had to abandon the car Trolley cars automobiles and batteicvl trucks lay overturned in the streets as if by an irri table child who had scattered his toys with a low of the hand Hungarian flags flew proudly surrender to Premier Imre Nagy a tool of the The rebel radio at Miskolc urged students in Budapest to pay no heed to the reported agreement for Soviet forces to pull out 24 hours after the rebels disarm themselves Nagy Supported In Moscow Soviet Foreign Min ister Dmitri Shepilov backed up Sfagy with a declaration that Russian soldiers would not he pulled out of Budapest until the rebels lay down their weapons At the same time the govern mentcontrolled radio announced Interior Minister Ferenc Muen nich had dissolved the dread Communist secret police Muen nich announced that secret police guilty of torture and oppression would be punished Dissolution of the security po lice and departure of Russian troops from the capital would ful fill two of the extensive conces sions made to the rebels by mier Imre Nagy Sunday While the Communist govern ment has not promised free elec tions free press and other demo cratic institutions demanded by a large segment of the rebels ifc was generally felt here the rebels have won a solid victory Not Verified There were unconfirmed re ports that Russian forces already have begun withdrawal from Bud apest and other sections of the country These could not be veri fied but announcement of tha agreement on rebel arms indi cated a Russian withdrawal at least from Budapest was immi nent In western Hungary Soviet troops were still in their garri sons but were not active Rebels were in control of much of the area in which they were sta tioned Complete Control The rebels claimed complete control over a strip of western Hungary 100 miles long and SO miles wide only 19 miles west of Budapest at its northern limit Rebel banners were reported fly ing all over western Hungary and in cities throughout the land The Budapest station also re ported that the food situation in the capital had been secured But WQ w from the vacant windows of a promise to reopen com SAME DATE1WS51S Black hi past H boon CALE HITS COAST NEW BERN UP A noreaster lashed the Atlantic coast for a second straight day Monday and raised of se rious flooding from high tides here and at other points sheliscarred houses And all were minus the hated Commu nist red star which first ap peared OR the postwar Hungari an tricolor when the Reds took over West Supported on Hungarian Protest UNITED NATIONS N Y Western U N delegates pressed satisfaction Monday over ex munications with the outside world there stil was no tele phone connection with Budapest Gyula Valos leader of rebel forces in the western border re gion of Sopron toid an Associ ated Press reporter his group would come to terms with the Nagy government only when the Russian troops have withdrawn from His forces he said had gained absolute control of the border area and SCO Russian troops with the solidI support they received 18 tanks had withdrawn The both inside and outside the SecurHungarian garrison in the area wUnH h H the bloodshed in Hungary added Messages poured in from gov ernments all over the world back ing up the Wests demands that Russia halt her military inter vention Some Western diplomats felt that this public pressure plus the reported demands of the Hun garian government might pro duce results Edge ExGovernor of New Jersey Dies NEW YORK Evans Edge 82yearold former gover nor of New Jersey died Monday in Memorial hospital from ure mic poisoning He had been in the hospital since Oct 11 and had un dergone two operations the lat est Friday injuries Prove Fatal to Lyle Girl 19 MINNEAPOLIS UP A Lyle girl died here Monday of injuries received in a traffic acci dent last week The victim was Rebecca Jor genson 19 She was struck by a car driven by a University of Minnesota student last Thursday LETTERS ON DISPLAY IOWA CITY letter written by Davy Crockett will be one of some 120 historic and doc uments Iowa school children wifl be able to view at the SUI library Nov 3 through Dec 8 f I   

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