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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 4, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for T M I N I W S P A P lk T M A T M A K I S A L L N 0 R T H I 0 W A N S N E I 0 HI 0 R S HOME EDITION VOL H Associated and VnUtt Prws International FuU 7c a Copy IOWA SATURDAY OCTOBER 4 Thlt Paper Consists of Two No Mf Loveless in Lead but Murray Closes Gap Editors Think BT THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Going into the tack stretch in Iowas general election race its Gov Herschel Loveless in a slim lead with Dr William G Murray picking up ground Thats the way some of Iowas political observers the editors and political writers of the daily newspapers view the campaign The race is one of the closest in years they agree One ob server prophesied there will be no more than 25000 votes between victor and vanquished He didnt pick the probable winner In the congressional racesthe newsmen predict Iowas normal Republican leanings will make themselvesfelt They foresee Re publican victories in all districts including the 6lh which is repre sented by the only Democrat in the slates congressional delega tion Merwiri Coad THE NEWSMEN WERE ASKED by the Associated Press for an analysis of how the election campaign for governor and Con gress is going in their areas Of18 replies 10 said Democratic Gov Herschel Loveless is leading six said Republican Murray is ahead two said the race is about even However five commented they think Murray though trailing now will edge Loveless in the election Three others noncommittal the outcome expressed onfidence Murray is making in Atlantic Jet Air Service Under Way BOAC Makes First Flight NEW YORK UP A British Comet IV airliner left Idlewild Airport for London Saturday on the first commercial jet flighi from the United States beating an American airline in getting service The roar of its four powerfu engines partly muffled by noice suppressors the British Oversea Airways Corp plane took off a am It carried 28 passengers a crew of eight and extra crew members The plane aide by a 175miiearihour tail wind reached London in a recordset ting 6 hours12 minutes It av eraged 580 niiles an hour for the 3560mile trip The jet named Delta Bravo covered the same path whic oads From every hand came indica ions that the newsmen expect a lose race And their replies also Tore evidence that Murrays tax Drogram has more appeal in ru al areas than in the cities Murray proposesto raise the tale sales tax from 2 to 3 per cent and use the extra money for chool aid and property tax re ief Loveless favors keeping the sales tax at 2 per cent and look ng elsewhere if necessary for additional revenue AN EDITOR in a predominantly iuralsouthern Iowa county said whether Murray can defeat Love ess depends on whether he can get his tax message ne must carry small counties by substantial margins to win He added Its close Usual Republican majorities will be ice thin Two others from a couple of Iowas largest eastern Iowa coun ties picked Loveless to win large ly because of the tax issue The Murray tax program will SHIFTY HIPS By turning the hoop policeman Pete youngsters waiting to be judged in the hoop twirling Wolske turns the tables on an anonymous giver who created this sixfootin diameter hoop as ajoke Wolske on duty at Days Central Park activities Sat urday proved the giant circle of plastic could bespun in the approved manner As a matter of fact a lot of small contest were using thehuge hoop without difficulty Wolskfe lost control a second after the picture was taken and probably wouldnt have gone far in the Junior Chamber of Commerce sponsored contest Negro Leaders May Attempt to Force School Integration BY UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL Negro leaders Saturday planned to force reopening of schools in Virginia and Arkansas the two states where officials have padlocked schools to circimiverit racial in tegration Attorneys for the National Association For The Advancement of Colored People came up with the first litigation to reopen Virginia schools x Negro leaders in Little Rock were looking into the possibility of dragging down private school plans by loading up the junior high schools NAACP ATTORNEY VICTOR J ASHE said he would file motion Monday asking Virginia to open up six Norfolk schools Oliver W Hill another Negro attorney asked Judge John Paul of Harrisonburg to order that Warren County High School be re opened In Charloltesville similar plans to force reopening of the states other two closed schools were in the woiks The NAACP based its litigation on the t ground that Negroes were deprived of their constitutional rights by closjng schools as much as by segregating them In Little Rock where junior high schools have continued to operate on a segregated basis Negro leaders were considering facing the Little Rock Private School Corp with thousands of junior high students to educate Negro legal advisers considered asking federal court to order in tegration of junior high schools Under Arkansas antiintegratioii laws1 Gov Orval Faubus would then be forced to close the junior high schools because LiUle Rock citizens have voted for segrega tion tang Power Now at 10Year High takes pistondriven hours planes THE FLIGHT was the first eastward hop for a commercial jet with farepaying passengers A sister ship the Delta Charlie took oftfrom London at am bound for New York to inaugu rate officially commercial travel by jet across the Atlantic The Delta Charlie left London while an American Boeing 707 jet was waiting at the London Airport to undergo noise tests Both jets already have passed the tests necessary for use of Idlewild The Port of New York Authority opened the field to jet passenger plane use Friday PAN AMERICAN World Air appeal to the large landowner and farm owner but I assume Loveless will be able to convince the tenant farmer that the Mur ray program is disadvantageous to him said one He added Who can be mad at a man vho reduced taxes How many vill be for a man who proposes o increase taxes even if he soft ens that plank with the bait of roperty tax relief ANOTHER MAJOR city news man said You hear nothing but loveless talk in this county and added Loveless is running ahead largely because regardless of who is right on the tax issue the people seem to side with Love less A western Iowa editor in a ma jor city gave the edge to Mur ray Loveless was a political acci dent winning the governorship because the Republicans repudi By WALTER BRIGGS New York Herald News Service TAIPEI simo Chiang Kaishek is sitting pretty He is in a stronger position than at any time since he rer turned from his wartime capital at Chungkingto the China coast 12 years ago in an afterglow of the victory over Japan His pow er rapidly evaporated thereafter as the Communists surged south on the mainland To be sure the Generalissimo ruled hundreds of millions of Chi nese until 1949 but he had grown and his governments control was iiomi nal to say the least in vast re gions ofthe mainland Today he exercises firm and effective con trol over a tight little empire of about 10 million Recent weeks hardly could have dealt Generalissimo Chiang better fortune Once more he has returned to the world limelight a role in which he obviously glor ies HE HASINVOLVED the United States more deeply thanever in his personal mission with a speedy buildup of American sea and air power in the Formosa re gion The United States has rushed new planes landing craft and other war materiel to bolster his Doctors Report President in Excellent Health WASHINGTON Saturday excellent aled their candidate Leo Hoegh Eisenhowers doctors pronounced him in health The announcement at the White House came shortly after the President completed his annual headtotoe physical check up at Walter Reed ArmyHospital The terse medical report said The President underwent a complete physical examination ways had widely advertised tha the Boeing jet would start the worlds first commercial jet flight across the Atlantic Oct 27 But the BOAC began arrange ments for Delta Charlies flight Friday night after the landing clearance was given in New York BOAC officials used the tele phone to round up persons who had booked for the first trans atlantic jet flight Many applica tions were filed years ago About 40 made the trip The two planes are expected to greet each other in midAtlantic Among the passengers on the westbound flight was BOAC Chairman Sir Gerald DErlanger The plane is expected in New York in midaflcrnoon after a stop at Gander Nfld The Loveiess record is fairly good which included barium studies of but not spectacular enough to win the gastrointeslinal tract and him many normally Republican propriale laboratory tests at Wal otes ter Reed Army Hospital on Oct It was the consensus of the34 1958 The Weather Mason City Mostly cloudy and colder Saturday night with th low in the mid 30s Sunday generally fair and colder will high in the low 60s Iowa Cloudy and cooler Satur day night lows in the 40s Sun day partly cloudy and cooler Fair much cooler High Sunday 60 GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Saturday L Maximum 78 Minimum 51 At 8 am 65 was ewsmen that Republican Robert probably can defeat oad for Congress in the 6th Disi rict Waggoner is from Fort Dodge wnich also was the home own of former Rep James I 3olliver whom Coad defeated wo years ago by fewer than 200 otes A 6th DISTRICT newsman com mented that Coad scored heav ly in both farm and labor pre cincts in 1956 but added A astly improved farm economic picture may work in Waggoners avor this vcar The results of these allinclu sive studies show that the Presi dent continues to maintain an ex cellent state of health In reply to a question Anne Wheaton associate White House press secretary said the finding of excellent health vas made aft er examinations which look into j account all of the three major ill nesses Eisenhower has suffered during the last three years Eisenhower was stricken in 1955 with a heart attackand in 1956 with ileitis which required major surgery Last November he suffered a minor stroke which HEADQUARTERS own armed forces Perhaps the most significant addition was the recent delivery of the airtoair Sidewinder missile which is re Jjut unofficially reported to have accounted for seven of the 14 Sovietbuilt that Nation alist pilots shot down in their first use 6f this potent weapon last week He has won acontinued seat for the Nationalist government as the representative of all China at the United Nations Despite his distaste for the talks at Warsaw between the Red Chinese and American Ambassa dors he has gained high level assurance from the United States that his governments rights will not be prejudiced in these talks or by any American delegate to the UN PRESIDENT EISENHOWER and Secretary of State John Fos ter Dulles have assured him that the offshore islands will not be permitted to fall to the Commu nists Doubtless FAUBUS WAS ASKED at a news conference whether he vould close the junior high chools if the NAACP tries to in egrate them Faubus replied We will have o wait and see But under the aw passed by the Legislature he las no choice but to close thenii the federal courts order them in tegrated As for Little Rocks four clpsec high schools Faubus said the would stay closed all year unles the U S government lets them Confusion nipt Aurora III City Seeks Police Chief AURORA HI Police it has been this Most of the newsmen forecast affected his speech for awhile Republican victories inall the congressional districts although hey look for narrow margins in he 1st 2nd 4th 5th and 6th Dis tricts Only one editor expressed any doubt about the chances of Rep H R Gross in the 3rd District He noted that Gross had a close call against Mrs Enid Robinson of Hampton in the Republican primary last spring and com mented Most all who voted for Enid Robinson in the primary will vote for Mayor Mike Micich of Charles City and if the Democrats vote solidly at all for their nomi nec il will be Micich HEAT WAVE LOS ANGELES heat wave that seemed to have no re gard for autumn sent temper atures up to a record sizzling 1021 degrees Friday in downtown Los Angeles There was no relief in sight AP Photofax RALLYING THE thj Repub licans at Webb City Mo are taking no chances at the polls this November They have established headquar ters in the old Mystic theater which also is being used by a religious group But if fate be kind the GOP cup could runneth over YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 71 40 IRAN GETS TV TEHRAN Iran UPI The jShah of Iran Friday night inauyu iralcd Television iran Ihe first I i I f m 1M I AI a I i Ithe Middle East Vote for Demos Means Vote to Increase Taxes Nixon PORTLAND Ore Vice President Richard Nixon told a cheering crowd of Republicans here that a vote for Democrats Jin the House or Senate is a vole to raise taxes at former President Harry S Tru man Sen Wayne Morse DOre and former Democratic presi dential candidate Adlai Steven son march of events that contributed to the selfassurance that Gener alissimo Chiang displayed at 1 desegregated press confer ence recently with about 100 Chinese and for eign correspond ents He spryly and a smile wreathed1 his face as hei answered t h most penetrat ing questions CHIANG such as those on the division in American opinion over involve ment in the Formosa Strait which might have been expected to be unsettling If anything he looked younger at 71 than when he fled here nine years ago from the debacle that seemed to many observers lo have ended his career as a states man of major world interest IN FACT Generalissimo Chiang wore the air of one who is confi dent he would fulfill Chinas Des tiny the title of a book he wrote during World War II For the first time he said the Nationalists are not planning to invade the mainland a prom ise he has often made to his 2000000 refugee supporters here Popular revolt against Peiping is inevitable he predicted His forces then would move in to help Chinas 600000000 people win open as private segregated schoolsHe refused to budge in spite of a U S Supreme Court unanimous decision that states cannot nullify the rights of Negro pupils through evasive schemes such as private schools proposed forLitOe Rock THE PEOPLE have voted and the states they will remain closed said Faubus Virginia segregationists re ceived a slap in the face Friday from public schoolteachers Nor folks Tidewater Educational Foundation cancelled plans to open classes in lodge hallshomes and churches because teachers refused to participate In Atlanta a prominent state legislator Rep A A Fowler of Douglas County said he would in troduce a bill in the next legisla ture to halt desegregation by set ting up a staterun correspond ence school Fowler said a system of home courses administered outside the state department of education would permit parents to assemble Chief No 12 hung up her badge without so much a traffic ticket J Mayor pounded out a proclamation and Police GMef No il summfed it all up as hogwash Thats the status Saturday6f Egans hassle with this citys police force officials Most of the citys 57000 residents have to stop and thjnk to remem ber that it all1 Began almost a week ago as a disagreement over bingo Since then the issues have ranged far and wide Last Monday Egan suspended the entire 68man poUce force be cause 11 ran had refusedHo Egan fired himT The their children privately for segre gated classes As yet no Georgia school districts have been ordered RAINBOW WASHINGTON W Some folks who took their clothes to a doityourself laundry found even the drab things came out brightly colored Police said a 16yearold boy confessed Saturday The boy told of dropping green yellow pink brown and red coloring capsules through the soap slots of the automatic machines The youngster said he had been paid by a rival washing supported CurraniVand themayor ordered the citizens tomake their own arrests of law violators The mayor said C u r f a n cracked down on bingo moters BUT ALAS The citizenry didnt take him seriously Some chuckled and others just shook their heads His honor bristled Thursday he appointed acur vaceous longlimbed redhaired Chicago night club press agent Miss Patti Counts as chief No 12 She vowed to fight those who would oppose her appointment Friday Miss Counts 28 held a new conference in a Near North Side Chicago night club flicked her emerald eyes and threw in the towel I was sincere about this she said but Mayor Egan I think was just after more publicity 1 find it necessary to decline the appoinlment THE INTREPID EGAN away at Anderson Ind inspecting a an urgent to ablebodied service operator to do hi ful but dirty color thcir freedom Who knows that he might not Cooler Trend in Iowa Forecast Cooler air was due to move into Iowa Saturday night It is ex pected to send temperatures Sun day morning into the 40s and bring cooler weather Sunday The readings remained on the mild side Saturday morning with the state low 48 degrees at La moni Dubuque and Burlington and 49 at Council Bluffs The re mainder of the state had readings new fire engine Aurora had pur chased returned late Friday and promptly issued emergency call men of Aurora to meet in open revolution and insurrection He said the 68 men in blue plus Curran are in open defiance of law and authority Curran the llth chief fired by Egan since the mayor took office 4Vi years ago termed develop ments of the last two days a lot of hogwash He hasnt bowed out and says he wont Egan who has 3Vfc more years to serve in his second term said Then Nixon reiterated his de It also is a vole to chcapcnifense of tnc Eisenhower adminisjone day be right your money and lo stifle the newitrations policies on Formosa j investment and enterprise which Nixon commended Truman for INJURIES FATAL means more jobs and more projhis support of President Eisen that this town is worse than any frontier town that ever existed Lawton Boy Killed in Auto Accident SIOUX CITY WStuart Speak man 16 of near Lawton was fatally injured Friday night in an j automobile accident near Lawton in the 50s including 51 at Mason A companion Arthur Moise 16 City sot near Movillo was injured UPI Charles SAME Black flay traffic death In past hours gress for the American peoplejhowcr in thcLcbanon and QueJKotfnian 8 rural Garbcr died jNixon told a bargain priccirjmoy crisis Bui he said Uic foriuJFriday of injuries suffered IS4950aplate Republican fundler president had been misrcprencsday when he tripped over raising dinner here Friday nightjsenting and distorting the recorcilvopc suddenly jerked ticht by World Series Linescore 3 4 The speech levelled a few sholSOii other issues I bull my jcrKcn ugnt oy Yankees H El 0 C   

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