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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 30, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THi NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION PttM tad United Wire Seven Centi Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY OCTOBER 30 Paper Consist Two British French Hungarian Premier Calls for Elections Russ to Leave in j Loveless Charge Denied II ii No Evidence of Tax Fraud By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Chairman Martin Lauterbach o the State Tax Commission said Tuesday he knows of no elective or appointive state official who owes any back state income taxes Lauterbach also told newsmen that even if such a case were to be found he could not reveal the fact because state law provides that income tax returns are con fidential information Lauterbach said there is a fine for disclosing such in formation The commission chairmans comments came as a result of statements by Herschel Loveless Democratic candidate for gover nor that he understands a high elective Republican official had failed to pay his state income tax Campaign Speech Loveless made his remarks in a campaign speech at Dubuque Monday night but did not disclose the name of the official had said it was up to the commission or Gov Leo Hoegh to say whether his asser tion was true Hoegh replied he expects the utmost integrity from state officials and employes bul added I do not deal in Loveless claimed he had re ceived information that an offi cial had not paid all of his in come taxes until after the Louis Cook case came into the open I think if Loveless knows so about it he should make the name Lauterbach said Lauterbach said he had talked to the director of the commis sions income tax division about a leak of information about the recent income tax case against Louis Cook the commissions property tax division director Cook has since resigned Lauter bach said Cook had paid up back taxes for the last four years Not Identified State Rep Howard Reppert D Des Moines first brought up the Cook matter in a campaign speech but did not identify Cook Later the commission at the re quest of Gov Leo Hoegh called for Cooks resignation We are looking into the mat ter of the leak in the Cook Lauterbach said Loveless said that if the infor mation requested is not given to the public immediately he feels a complete investigation of the com mission should be made Loveless added It seems apparent that while Gov Hoegh has been raising taxes on lowans at a record rate these past two years some of the Re publicans themselves have been paying their share A GRIM PRESIDENT Tightlipped and President Eisenhower walks onto the north portico of the White House during a break in an emergency meet ing called to discuss the Middle East crisis At right is Secretary of State Dulles while Secretary of Defense Wilson is at center Ike Postpones Campaign Trip FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON President Eisenhower Tuesday postponed tiis scheduled campaign trip to the Southwest and South Wednesday because of the Middle East crisis Eisenhower was to have made airport speeches at Dallas Dklahoma City and Memphis Wednesday But he telegraphed his supporters at all three cities and said he must remain at the White House The turn of events Monday leaves me no option in the interest of working for peace but to main at the White House Wednes day to deal with the situation de veloping in the Middle Eisenhower said Press Secretary James Hagerty said he did not know whether Ei senhower would be able to re schedule the visits before Elec ion Day Major Address Also uncertain at the moment lagerty said is whether Eisen hower will be able to keep his date in Philadelphia Thursday evening for a major address to be broadcast by radio and television at CST It appeared this would be easi er to fit into the suddenly dis upted campaign schedule but Hagerty said everything will be decided on a daytoday Shortly after the telegram was ent Eisenhower conferred with secretary of State John Foster ulles Undersecretary Herbert Hoover Jr and other high offi ials on the IsraeliEgyptian fighting Special Meeting Eisenhower sped back to Wash Bell Telephone Company Union Sign Contract OMAHA new contract be tween Northwestern Bell Tele phone Co and District 7 of the Communications Workers of America was signed at Tuesday the company said The contract calls for wage in creases ranging from to 5 a week depending on the job and the town in which it is performed The company said the contract was effective as of Oct 28 pro viding it is ratified by the union membership The agreement was reached after 5 weeksof nego tiations Northwestern Iowa Nebraska the Dakotas Bell operates in Minnesota and A F Jacobson company presi dent said Since the current ne gotiations have produced a major in costs it is inevitable that prices will have to be ngton Monday night from a cam notlpaign appearance in Richmond to confer with Dulles and other top advisers on the rapidly developing crisis in the Middle East The White House announced after the 90minute conference that we will honor our pledge to help any victim of aggression in the ArabIsraeli dispute The White House said however that a decision on whether to call Con gress into special session to de cide whether action is re quired would be decided in the light of the unfolding Youth Accidentally Shot While Hunting MANCHESTER UP Gilbert Clendennen 20 son of Mr and Mrs Gilbert Clendennen was acci dentally killed late Monday while hunting on his fathers farm six miles northeast of here Coroner Mary Crokev ruled the death was accidental and said young Clendennen apparently was climbing through a fence when his shotgun was discharged The youth had enlisted in the Air Mass Evacuation of Americans Gets Under Way ALEXANDRIA Egypt mass evacuation of Americans from Egypt began Tuesday when nearly 350 residents and their wives began boarding the Ameri can export lines ship Sxochorda The vessel was sched uled to leave Alexandria for Naples Italy beforesundown Its passengers will include 250 em ployes and their dependents of the American Sahara Petroleum the largest single con cern operating in Egypt which is prospecting for oil in the western desert At the same time big transport planes shuttled between Middle East trouble spots and Beirut Lebanon to evacuate families heeding President Eisenhowers svarning to lease as soon as pos sible Victory for Rebs Assured 1Party System is Abolished FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES VIENNA Hungarys Red gov ernment virtually conceded com plete victory to the revolutionary forces Tuesday and called on the nation to prepare for free elec tions Premier Imre Nagy announced the oneparty Communist system has been abolished The Communist premier told the nation he has called on the Soviet army command to be gin immediate withdrawal of So viet troops from revolttorn Bud apest Nagy proposed in a broadcast over Radio Budapest the forma tion of a coalition meaning one of several parties similar to that established just after the end of World War II in 1945 Peasant Party The Peasant Party and a mod erate party of farmers and busi nessmen called the Smallholders were among the most popular at that time Fighting slacked off at the Ma ria Terezia Barracks a rebel strongpoint in a week of civil war Insurgents who had held out against Soviet tank fire marched out defiantly Tuesday morning and announced they would not put down their arms until the Rus sians have left Budapest Five Soviet tanks were still parked about 500 yards from the Threaten Attack BUDAPEST Hungary ff The Hungarian air force Tues day night threatened to attack the Russian forces unless they leave Budapest within 12 hours It accused the Soviet troops in Hungary of constantly violat ing the Time Off to Vote Law Clarified by Countryman Ruling DES MOINES UP Atty Gen Dayton Countryman ruled Tuesday an employer has to give an employe time off to vote if he can not do it on his own time The ruling which clarified a law passed by the last Legisla ture said a worker is entitled to three consecutive hours off dur ing the time the polls are open to vote If his work schedule regularly allows only two hours off during the time the polls are open the employer has to allow one more hour at full pay and benefits the ruling said Secretary of State Melyin Syn horst asked the opinion on grounds there was an apparent conflict in an old law not clear ly repealed by the new one The old law gave flat two hours off regardless of his shift and poll hours To get voting time the em ployes must submit a vritten rc Force and was to have been inquest beforehand the ruling ducted Wednesday added jarracks The government con rolled radio had promised the Russians would start pulling back to their Hungarian bases at 9 After insurgent forces start surrendering their That hour passed without confirmation of any general withdrawal Reiterates Pledge agy a veteran Red once im prisoned as a Titoist reiterated a pledge that his government would start at the earliest possi bile moment to negotiate with the Soviet government for complete withdrawal of Russian soldiers from Hungary The government removed Peter Kos Hungarian delegate to the United Nations and announced that a new delegate would be sent to New York Kos supported the Soviet Union in opposing dis cussion of the Hungarian rebel lion by the Security Council last week a g ys announcement was viewed as a desperate last ditch bid to unite the nation behind his government and bring the rebel lion to an end Immediately after Nagy spoke Minister of State Affairs Zoltaii Tildy one of the two nonCommu nists in the cabinet broadcast a demand that preparations start immediately for the holding of free elections in Hungary Tildy formerly a leader of the Smallholders Party called on old friends to start reorganizing the party He was followed on the air by Deputy Premier Ferenc Erdei who asked that the old Peasant Party be brought back to life AntiAircraft Fire Reported at Cairo CAIRO sound of anti aircraft was over Cairo Tuasday Residents gath ered in the streets but could see no pianos Smoke puffs spread across a bright sky No alarm was given Traffic was normal while ack ack fire continued over this city three million who spoke briefly Hoegh said that can administration About ALL FOR IKE Gov Leo Hoegh put his arms around the shoulders of Holly wood s Zasu Pitts and Sterling Holloway as they accompany him to his car from the Republican rally in Mason Citys Central Park Film Troupe Backing Ike Appears Here Governor Joins in Rally at Park In response to a query from Sterling Holloway about Adlai Stevensons stand on the foreign problem Hollywood star Zasu Pitts blandly replied Oh he agrees Its a prob The comedy came during a noon skit by the two actors in lentral Park The veteran stars in company with producer Robert Fellows and starlet Marsha Pow ell appeared in Mason City with one of the Hollywood Stars for Ike troupe travelling the nation Holloway consulted his itiner ary twice to determine the names of Des Moines and Mason City as he gagged about his leaving on the trip after a hand reached out and grabbed him on a Hol lywood street He introduced Za su Pitts as the Republicans an swer to Zsa Zsa Gabor Ail Slate Miss Powell who is under con tract to RCA sang Bill after Fellows producer of The High and the called on the crowd to give Ike the tools to work with by electing an allRe publican slate Prior to the entertainment W H Tate candidate for state sen ator introduced Gov Leo Hoegh The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy and colder Tuesday night low 4043 Wednesday partly cloudy and little cooler high 5662 Minnesota Clearing cooler Iowa Considerable cloudiness with scattered showers anc thunderstorms east Tuesday night Cooler entire state 4050 Wednesday partly cloudy warmer west GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Tuesday Maximum Monday 65 Minimum Monday night 55 At 8 Tuesday 5S Precipitation 11 YEAR AGO Maximum 38 Minimum 33 Kefauver Blames MidEast Crisis in Part on Dulles CHAMPAIGN 111 ItftSen Estes Kefauver says that Israels mili tary thrust into Egypt knocks into a cocked hat the peaceful slo gan of the Republican The Democratic vice presiden tial candidate commenting Mon day night on the Middle East cri sis also said that what he called zigzag policies of Secretary of State Dulles contributed to the conditions from which the present the Republi is trying to I make Iowa an even better place to He pointed to Republi can efforts to improve education and said It is the responsibility of any administration to see that boys and giris are taught proper ideals develop ideas and receive an New Industry Hoegh quipped Its okay to export a few of our young people to help out states like Texas and California but we must keep most of them in He said that this has been a reason for Republican efforts to bring new industry into the state He told the audience hat the first six months of 1956 showed person employed in Iowa industry as compared to during the same period of 1954 Hoegh listed as reasons for indus trys interest in Iowa the low state tax on property a sound state spending program without deficit and the thrift and ambi tion of the people Hoegh told the crowd The op position is full of despair gloom and pessimism about the fuaire of He said Republicans have confidence in the state conflict Meanwhile Kefauver U Russia Ask Prompt U N Action Delegates Denounce Israeli Attack UNITED NATIONS un Russia and the United State joined Tuesday in demanding tha the Securitys Council order the immediate withdrawal of Is raeli forces from Egyptian terri tory At the same time Russia callec on the council to warn Britain and France against any military intervention in the IsraeliEgyp tian conflict as has been threatened Lodge in Appeal Delegate Henry Cabot Lodge Jr appealed to all cotin tries to refrain from giving Israo any assistance but he did not re Eer specifically to the British French move delegates one after the denounced Israels action as clearcut aggression and urged he council to act quickly to end the fighting Failure of the council to react at this Lodge said would je a clear avoidance of its re sponsibility for the maintenance of international Cease Fire Demanded Secretary General Dag Ham The other Israeli Attack Pushed Nations Sent Ultimatum LONDON Britain and France Tuesday gave Egypt and srael an ultimatum to stop fight ing within 12 hours and withdraw their warring forces 10 miles from the Suez Canal Prime Minister Eden said Brit ish and French troops will inter vene unless Egypt and Israel comply Further he said the two West ern Powers have asked Egypt for the right temporarily to occupy key areas in the Suez Canal zone to separate Egyptian and Israeli units and to guarantee freedom ot transit through the canal by ships of all nations Ultimatum Set A Foreign Office spokesman said the ultimatum will expire at Wednesday p m CST Egyptian and Israeli troops and meanwhile clashed deep within Egypts Sinair Peninsula Reports on the fighting was con fused with both sides telling of major Israel launched the attack Mon day Israeli officials said the broad operation designed solely to wipe out Egyptian sui cide commando bases on the pen insula Egypt however de scribed the action as an Israeli scheme to take over the Suez Canal In Washington a State Depart ment spokesman replied not to my knowledge when asked whether Britain and France had notified the government in advance of the ultimatum to Egypt and Israel Silence Maintained Except for this the State De partment has maintained silence on the BritishFrench move Top officials indicated they were sur prised the British and French had not waited until after Tues days United Nations debate on he crisis Explaining France had carried his campaign into Illinois still hammering on the theme that H bomb tests should be suspended as soon as possible and that the Eisenhower administration as he puts it is riskily ignoring possible radiation danger to future genera tions marskjold told the council that Maj Gen E L M Burns nice chief in Palestine had called on both Egypt and Israel or an immediate ceasefire So far he said he had no inforuui tion as to whether either side had replied In another development Jor dan formally urged the council to end the fighting At the same time Jordan warned hat it would go to the aid of Egypt in fulfill ment of its treaty obligations SAME DATIHSS515 LOCATION OF FIGHTING cTSes have been reported in the area of El Kuntilla near Nekhl road junction and near El Themed that Britain and addressed urgent communications to both Israel and Egypt Eden sajd In these we have called upon both sides to stop all warlike ac ion by land sea and air forth vith and to withdraw their niili ary forces to a distance of 10 niles from the canal Further in order o separate the belligerents and to guarantee freedom of transit through the canal by the ships of all nations have asked the Egyptian government to agree that Anglo French forces should move tem repeat into key positions at Port Said Ismailia and Made Clear Eden said it was made clear both to Egypt and Israel that if they did not comply with the de mand to stop fighting within 12 hours British and French forces will intervene in whatever strength may be necessary to se cure Egyptian President Nasser was reported to have ordered a gen eral mobilization as the fighting looked more and more like all out war Israel had gone on a war footing over the weekend The Syrians also were reported by the Damascus newspapers to have ordered a state of general mobilization Civilian buses and trucks were put at military dis posal Antiaircraft guns were erected in the Syrian capital and civil defense exercises were or dered there and in Aleppo Military spokesmen at Tel Avir announced the capture of the Egyptian position of Qusaima about 15 miles southwest of the El Auja demilitarized border area This action indicated the Israe lis had struck at points scattered over a 70mile front in their inva sion of Egypt Monday Earlier a twopronged attack from KunUUa and the head of Gulf of Aqaba far to the south   

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