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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 24, 1956, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI THAT MAKES ALL N ORTH 10 WANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION Preti copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 24 1956 This Two No II Bloody Civil War Erupts in Hungary Adlai Resumes Big Business Attacks Ike Expands Tour FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Adlai E Stevenson said Wednesday the Eisenhower administra turnhas confused genuine friendship for business with snugglin intimacy toward a few of its We Democrats reject the idea of an America in whic everyone is on the payroll of a few giant he declare in a speech prepared for a luncheon of businessmen supporters The Democratic presidential nominee contended at the star of 12hour schedule of ralles in New York City and surroundin counties that because of Republican policies small business is bein squeezed by the growing giants buffeted by the merger move ment strangled by high interest rates Stevensons shift to discussion of Republican economic action came after a whipcracking assault on President Eisenhower foreign policies and on of State Dulles and Vice Pres dent Nixon before a cheerin throng in Madison Square Ga den Tuesday night The partisan banncrwavin crowd filled all seats affording view of the speaker Democrat leaders said were on hand Several hundred seats blocke off by platform installations re mained empty None were turne away as in 1952 when Stevenso spoke in the Garden The crowd alternately cheere sallies against Eisenhower an booed mention of Dulles and Nix on Stevenson himself had drawn some scattered boos among th cheers from a small crowd of by standers as he left his hotel t drive to the Garden But the audi ence in the hall gave him one o the biggest welcomes of his cam paign Kremlin Trap Introducing Stevenson G o v Averell Harrinian supported th nominees proposal for ending hy drogefi bomb tests He said Eisenhower in his opposition t the proposal had fallen into th Kremlin propaganda In the raucous atmosphere o an oldtime political meeting up dated for television Stevenson took off the gloves He said Eisenhower showec resentment that he should be held accountable for actions o his administration When he called Nixon Eisen bowers handpicked heir who has been subjected to a remark able process of facelifting and the c r o w c in with a thunderous broke Plans Three Trips At Washington meanwhile it was announced that President Eisenhower will make three one day campaign trips next week with speeches in six cities in five states The White House said five of the speeches will be made at air ports in Miami and Jacksonville and Richmond on Monday and in Dallas and Oklahoma City on Wednesday The sixth address it said will be a nationwide radio and television speech from Convention Hall Philadelphia Thursday night All About The Weather Mason City Cloudy and warmer Wednesday night low in 40s Thursday cloudy much cooler light rain high up occasional per 50s Iowa Increasing cloudiness Wednesday night warmer east Thursday cJoudy cooler with occasional light rain Low Wednesday night mid 40s to low 50s Five day fowa Temperatures will average near normal north west to 3 to 6 degrees above normal southeast Wednesday night through next Monday Normal highs 54 north to 59 1 south Normal lows 34 north to 38 south Turning cooler Thurs day Warmer Saturday or Sun day Cooler again on Monday Rainfall will average about half an inch northwest to about one fourth inch elsewhere occur ring Thursday and again Sun day Minnesota Cloudy showers GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Wednesday Maximum Tuesday 58 Minimum Tuesday night 38 At 8 Wednesday 41 YEAR AGO Maximum 49 Minimum 23 Tax Study Group in 7th Report Property Tax in Sharp Rise DES MOINES tax levies for various governmenta divisions in Iowa increased from 54 to nearly 117 per cent between 1948 and 1956 the Iowa Tax Study Committee reported Wednesday However the role of property taxation for state and local reve mis in this state in 1953 showed that it accounted for only about 10 per cent more of the total tax collections than the national av erage On the basis of property taxes in 1953 as a source of a broader classification of general revenue for local subdivisions cities were close to the national average Bu counties and school districts were considerably higher than the na tional average The general reve nue includes property taxes and various receipts including state aid Seventh Report These were among the points he committee made in the sev enth of a series of eight reports t is releasing on about a year and a half of study leading to rec immendations for revising the states tax structure The recom mendations are expected to be announced about Nov 15 From 1948 to 1956 total proper y tax levies in Iowa for all gov ernmental divisions increased by 22 million dollars to 264 million lollars an increase of about 86 er cent Over the same period property ax levies for school purposes in reased about 86 per cent while evies for city purposes went up y almost 117 per cent County eWes for construction and road naintenance increased by 54 per ent while general county levies or all purposes went up 77 per ent In the 11state Northcentral rea only Nebraska South Da ota and Wisconsin placed a reater reliance on revenue from roperty taxes than Iowa How ever Michigan and Missouri de pend more heavily on the prop erty tax than the average of other states Farm Economies In commenting on the general property tax situation the com mittee said Throughout most of the period from the late 1920s up to the pres ent time property taxation has WARM WELCOME Sen Estes Kefauver Democratic candidate for the vice presidency gets plenty of ap plause as he walked down the aisle to the speakers platform at Roosevelt Fieldhouse Tuesday night Num erous welcoming signs were in evidence as the predom inantly farm crowd heard Herschel C Loveless candi date for governor walking behind describe him as a friend of CHEER SENATOR AT FIELDHOUSE Estes Hits Farm Income Dip By KEN MILLER Estes Kefauver Democratic vice presidential aspirant drew enthusiastic applause Tuesday night as he told a large crowd at Roosevelt Fieldhouse You peo ple in Iowa are the most patient nd forgiving people in the But hesaid that in spite of this rait a 42 per cent drop in farm eceipts now has lowans thinking f income for a full four years ather than just a few weeks be ore election time The remarks came as the Ten essee senator and excrimebus All Grocery Stores in Mason City to Close Sundays Mason Cityans who forget to auy enough bread and milk on Saturdays are going to have to Dorrow from the neighbors or go without until Monday Starting Nov 4 all grocery stores in Mason City will re main closed on Sundays The Rev J Enderson president of the Mason City Ministerial said that every store fisted in the telephone directory has been contacted All were happy to remain closed on Sun day if the others did Ht said Long time residents sard they could not remember a time when some neighborhood gro cers were not open at least part of Sunday ter in his 12th trip to Iowa five years hit out at what he called the Republican parity In an earlier speech over KGLO Kefauver said A Dem ocratic victory is in the He told viewers that everywhere we go we see that people are leaving the Republican party or rather the Republican party has left Kefauver received his most fa vorable response during the field iiouse talk when he departed from lis prepared speech against the Republican foreign policy to de nounce Republican efforts to bring up farm prices He said that under the Repub lican administration farm sur pluses have risen to three and a half times the level by the Democrats maintained An estimated persons at tended the rally at the fieldhouse and many carried signs with such slogans as Estes is Bestes and Kefauver Man of For the most part they listened intently as he championed an administration that is willing to negotiate with the other nuclear powers to stop further testing of hydrogen But observers said that the biggest applause came in response to offthecuff remarks about the economic status of Iowa farmers Kefauver said I just wish Ei senhower would name one area in the world in which the prestige of the United States has not dropped n the past four He told he crowd that Eisenhower and Dulles have been guilty of a stub born refusal to remove their rose tinted The Eisenhower administra tion has been so busy bragging about its of which are in the realm of fancy it has failed to acknowledge hat the alliances upon which our security rests are falling apart at the he said He accused Dulles of being re sponsible for Russian interfer ence in the Suez Canal and said he opened the door to intervention by withdrawing the promise of funds for the Aswan Kefauver left his text to deride what he called Sen Hickenloop ers suggestion hat the U S make a clean hydrogen bomb and said I have been talking to a very good atomic physicist who says that we cannot make such a In criticism of Dulles foreign policy he said We need an ad ministration that is willing to ne gotiate with the other nuclear powers to stop further testing of lydrgen bombs an administra tion that doesnt believe that the right way to achieve peace is to walk along the brink of Farm Bill In remarks obviously directed at the large proportion of farmers in the audience Kefauver said the Democratic Congress had passed a farm bill in the last ses sion which included everything Khrushchev Calls Off Russ Military Pressure on Poland WARSAW Iff Authoritative Polish sources Wednesday said Nikita Khrushchev has accepted the idea of a freer Poland and that the two countries will patch up their quarrel Khrushchev reportedly apologized for a bitter Soviet attack on the Polish press and called Iowa Boy Gets been a relatively more important source of tax revenue in Iowa than in the nation as a whole Iowa shares this characteris tic with several other neighbor ing states having predominantly agricultural economies For total personal property in Iowa approximately 54 per cent is found in rural areas while 46 per cent is located in towns and cities Although more than half of all taxable values are located in rural areas the total taxes levied on properties in rural areas account for slightly less than 50 per cent of the total tax levy because millage levies are higher in towns and cities than in rural areas As compared with other states in the Northcentral area Iowas taxes on farm properties are gen erally low relative to various measures of 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 when his grand champion Angus calf brought a pound at an auc Freed Paullina Iowa tion Dennis the youthful coowner who has shown the steer will receive a check for almost figuring the standard loss on the animal which weighed Wednesday 975 pounds press Soviet military pressure that had been placed on the new Polish regime The Soviet Communist boss ap parently yielded with only minor to the demand of Polands new leaders for social ism without Moscow domination Three U S Citizens Stopped in Move to Leave Country NEW YORK UP Three American citizens attempting to sail for Europe on Russian pass campaign Eisenhower vetoed the he said Kefauver spoke briefly of for wouldnt He struck at Nixon for urging that hog prices be kept up until c an PolishSoviet relations were barred from the ately improved J MJM If a Lit Authoritative sources said the i Wednesday at request of the jway of the liner Queen Elizabeth SAME Russian leader backed down com pletely from his demand that Moscowpicked men retain a voice in Polands Communist leadership The informants said the surren der came in a telephone call from Khrushchev to Wladyslaw Gomul ka new boss of the Polish Com munist party Tuesday afternoon It was made in the midst of uuc me waves of bitter antiSoviet dempartment of Justice had orderedand national offices Kefauver onstrations inside Poland it to refuse passage on the ground said We could have no more Department of Justice They were identified as Sera fin Strelkov a musician and his wife both born in Russia and nat uralized American citizens and their daughter Anatalia Officials of the Cunard Line said they had been informed that the New York family claimed to Nogy Is Returned as Premier Plea for Peace Ignored VIENNA UP staged a revolt Wednesday against their Communist government Jet fighters strafed throngs in the streets and gunfire echoed through Budapest as Russian troops tanks and armored cars answered the Hungarian regimes call for help Eyewitnesses reaching Austria from Budapest said at least 350 persons have been killed so The witnesses added that a great number of jets had been roaring over the city since early morning The jests repeatedly opened fire on groups of demonstrating one witness said It is generally believed in Budapest that the uprising has spread all over the A new Communist regime headed by Premier Imre Nagy to power in the down hours appealed desperately but vainly for an end to the blood shed Martial law was proclaimed throughout the country and the rebels ordered to surrender An original 2 7 CST sur render deadline was extended an other four hours Dont Dare Halt President Controls Plan Needed First WASHINGTON Eisenhower said President Tuesday night that in the light of postwar his tory the United States could not even dare suspend Hbomb test ing without a system of dependa ble international disarmament controls In a massive report drafted by his military foreign policy and atomic chiefs the President cat egorically rejected the proposal of Adlai Stevenson that his country take the lead in seeking an agree ment halting the tests of large nuclear weapons The critical issue is not a mat ter of testing nuclear but of preventing their use in nu clear Eisenhower said Until pacts are made which firmly secure international rust and understanding the President said the country must make sure is weapons will command such respect as to disuade any other nation from the temptation of ag Prevent War Thus do we develop weapons not to wage war but to prevent he said There is nothing in postwar history to justify the belief that we should or that we could even dare accept anything less than sound safeguards and con trols for any disarmament ar rangements I remain profoundly hopeful thaj if we stay strong and When the resistance fighters scorned the second ultimatum the government radio broadcast The counter revolutionaries still carrying out murder and rob bery cannot now expect any mercy They will not escape the death Riots Spread At midafternoon the radio ad mitted the beyond the rebellion had city It said spread rioters vainly tried to take over the magnesium mines of Tatbany and northwest of Buda fighting swirled through Eisenhower asked for in his 1952 steadfast the reality of signi thenficant world disarmament come to will pest The downtown streets through apart ment houses and public buildings and through huge factories B u fi despite the Rus s i a n armys help hours passed without the surrender C o m m u nist leaders demand ed The fighting Tuesday night As ib around the clock and the early dusk on the the Budapest govern NAGY started swung toward Danube The President said that Rus mer Republican Governor Dan sias with the idea of Turner in connection with winning stopping Hbomb tests is indis votes from the other side and But its formula for this said The Democrats should welstep toward disarmament is come Republicans and independb a s e d on simple nts There is nothing wrong with he said which aliwltb hem that voting Democratic low for no safeguards no ponhvno ment broadcast that ail citizens must continue to remain indoors The order prolonged a strict cur few from 6 Wednesday un til 6 Thursday IntraParty Fight What had started as an intra Communist struggle for power now was raging as a revolt against the government with an tiCommunists apparently rising against both Red Hungarian rule and Russian influence Budapest Radio described the rebels variously as counter revolutionaries and But the radio although besieged for a time by the rebels was solidly in government hands and it was telling the government side of the story Nagy broadcast his appeal for voluntary12 in a voice trembling excitement He called on all Democratic low for no safeguards no con trol no Contention Refected And if this government were to are fighting to put down their He promised that all who surrendered by that time would not face trial Immediately after the rees manding lead in nuclear pons erased or even the contention that radioactive fall He said the Republicans had done nothing to help hog prices except CVV11 lcvcll to buy a few from the packers j Eisenhower also rejected Biggest Applause Some of the biggest applause came at Kefauvers statement that only one Republican had voted for social security reforms He said Sen Langer of North Dakota voted with the Demo crats in favor of amendments to the bill and he never did vote with Kefauver commended Jake More state chairman and Don Mitchell national comitteeman have renounced their American if or their work in the campaign citizenship The line said the Dejin endorsing candidates for state Q ant n A ff T7 Thousands of Poles had been demonstrating in three major ci ties against Russias attempt to hold off the independence prom ised by Gomulka The sources said Soviet troop concentrations in Poland were or dered dispersed after Khrush chevs telephone call and that a Russian naval squadron off Po lands toast withdrawn that the three were American cit izens traveling without proper documents BULLETIN WARSAW Poland strations and streetfighting broke out in Warsaw Wednes day Polish security police called to halt a march on the Russian effective representative for the farmer in the Senate than Spike He strongly endorsed Herschel Loveless for Iowa gov ernor and Mike Micich for U S out from atomic tests could farreaching impairment of thej nations health He said The continuance of the troops will return to their es Workers please receive friends and allies with Only Link Budapest Radio the only com munication line with the outside said fascist elements jwere in revolt One broadcast charged that counter revolution Preslaries had stormed plants and ent rate of Hbomb M L ASlormea the most sober and scientific judgement does not imperil the health of Nixon Predicts Big Victory for GOP EN ROUTE WITH NIXON IN ILLINOIS President ians soldiers and security po The government called in Soviet troops because it was not pre pared for such bloody attacks from Radio Budapest said It appeared to observers in Vienna that the government was no longer able to trust its own Representative The chartered TWA Constella lion carrying a party of about 50 persons left immediately after the Fieldhouse talk for Detroit where he was scheduled to make more speeches Wednesday on started his whistlestopping in Illinois Wednesday with a predic tion President Eisenhower will get a greater proportion of the votes in 1956 than he did in Nixon told an early morning crowd at Southern Illinois Uni versity in Carbondale that he is confident Eisenhower will win greater support from three groups young voters women and wage he did four years ago Wholesale Prices of Food in Slight Dip NEW YORK OF Wholesale food prices as measured by the Dun Bradstreet food index were slightly lower this week At the index compared wtih a week ago and was down per cent from the year ago weeks r ;