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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 25, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited tor N CITY GLOBKGAZETTE M I N E W S r A f I t T H A TMA K I S A L L N O RT H I O W A N S N E 1 G H I O R S HOME EDITION VOL f7 Associated and felted Frew Internitionil Fun LMM MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCTOBER 25 19SS TWJ Paper ot M Politicos Midwest Farm Votes By THEASSOCIATED PKESS Vice PresidentNixon barn stormedin the Midwest Saturday as both Republicans and Demo crats stepped up their quest for farm belt votes Meanwhile top leaders of both parties denounced anew the use of smear ftactics and hate mqn gering Democrats contend both are on upswing as the cam paign goes inlo its final days Nixon extending his Midwest campaigning to include a visit to Michigan traveled to SouthV Da kota and Nebraskaafter a whirl wind tour Wisconsin He goes to Minnesota Sunday arid to Mich igan Monday RENEWING HIS broadsides r a di c a 1 Democrats Nixon saidinEauClaire Wis thatthe nation is headed for its greatest boom in history if continue the sound progressive economic policies of the Eisen hower administration But he said if the radicals again control there will be Congress And the American peoplewillpay the bill In runaway spending runaway taxes and runaway prices Nixon said Both parties concentrated on Wisconson Friday Arriving there as Nixon was leaving Secretary of joined the vicepresident in attacking what Benson called leftwing Demo crats BENSON to a speaking engagement at Almain northwest Wisconsin told a Milwaukee news sonference Friday night Democrats come intopow er wiilsbe domination with in party by left wing ele mentswhose social philosophy is even to the left of the discredited New Deal Following Nixon into Madison Sen vEsles Kefauver DTenn predicted the farm vote wiil make the difference in more congressional races than the Re publicans like to think about Meanwhile Sen George A Smathers DFIaT chairman of the Senate Democratic Cam paign Committee said The po litical missile which launched a new Ike has misfired RETURNING TO Washington from a campaign swing in West Virginia Smathers said Ike has abdicated his public image while Richard Nixon is back in his true orbit The President is lost in a strange role Democratic Chairman P a u 1 Butler said he has written Chair man Charles P Taft oftheFair Campaign Practices Committee tp protest antisemitic antilabor and similar material he said has been used against some Demo craticcandidates Republican Chairman Meade Alcorn without mentioning But lers complaint also wired Taft that the Republican party en dorses without qualification or reservation your statement warn ing the public against election campaigns based on racial orre ligious hate mongering at Conclave Edward Mooney Heart Victim New for espi u em oy I ff FIRE DISABLES BRIDGE Smoke bil lows from the Chicago and Northwestern bridge over the Mississippi at Clinton aftersparks from a welders torch AP Photofax tender circle flees the flames by go ing up a Damage was listed at and traffic had tp be rerouted ignited creosotesoaked ties The bridge pver Milwaukee Road bridge VATICAN CITY DPI The Sacred College of Cardinals re duced to 51 by the unexpected death of Edward Cardinal Mooney of Detroit went into se cret conclave in the Sistine Chap el Saturday to elect the 262hd pope of the Roman Catholic Church Cardinal Mooney 76 died scarcely an hour before the cardi nals were sealed behind brick and mortar in the chapel to re main there until they choose a new spiritual leader of the worlds halfbillion Roman Cath olics The death of the American cardinal cast a shadow over the conclave but was not expected to cause any delay in the voting Voting for the successor to Pope Pius XII who died Oct 3 will begin Sunday Road Patrol Cracks Down oh Drivers More than 28000 motor vehicle were halted Friday by Iowa Highway patrolmen in a sweep ing statewide speed and safety check A total ot summon ses faulty equipment tick ets arid 143 memorandum tickets were issued Motorists in Floyd County re ceJivetT 143 tickets tor faulty equipment and 39 court sum monses from highway patrol men A total of 345 vehicles was checked OF JHECOURT summonses 19 were issued for night speed ing one for driving while a license was under suspension and one on a warrant issued by Charles City police for a man who had failed to appear in court MEANEST MAN Employes at the Masbn City Post Office have a new candi date forMhe rather undesirable title of meanest man in the world Hes the fellow who twice during the last week gave Earl Welch operator of the conces sion stand in the post office lobby a dollar bill and told him it was a five dollar bill after making a small purchase Welch is blind and has no way of knowing what denomina tion of bill he is changing other than the word of the person making the purchase Soviet Scientists Likely to Get NOBEL PHYSICS PRIZE STOCKHOLM Sweden OK Three Soviet atomic scientists Sat urday were reported slated to win the 1958 Nobel Prize in physics for a discovery built into Sputnik III The newspaper Aftoribladet said the first Nobel physics award for Soviet Russians will be split three ways between Profs P A Cherenkov Igor E Tamm and I M Frank Aftonbladet said they will receive theNobel distinction for having first understood true nature of a bluish light known as the Cherenkov effect which hovers over atomic reactors submerged in water The findings of the three Russian nuclear physicists con cerning the bluish light has been of great importance to atomic scientists everywhere The Russians used the Cherenkov effect as the basis for a new type of cosmic ray counter carried by the stillorbiting SputnikIII Earlier this week Russian author Boris Pasternak was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature for hisnovel Doctor Zhivago The book critical of Communism has not been printed Russia and Soviet authorities have branded the award as hostile political act Easing Shelling i Promised in Floyd County was the only target in the Mason City area Friday Maj James Machholz Des Moines assistant patrol chief said concentrated enforcement was again inprogress on both main and secondary roads Satur day and Sunday THE CRACKDOWN came after two bad fatality weekends which sent Iowas traffic death toll up sharply for the first time in six months Approximately 200 virtually the entire part in the operation aided by county sheriffs deputies ind two patrol planes Machholz said TO RECEIVE MEDAL TOKYO UPI The United States Saturday said it will award the Legion of Merit medal to Lt Gen Keizo Hayashi chairman of the Japanese Joint Staff Council Last U S Troops Leave Lebanon BEIRUT last Ameri can troops left Lebanon by air Saturday nearly a week ahead of schedule An Army detach ment of about 10 menis staying another month to adjust Army claims The last of the troops slipped out quietly with nouncement 10 Buildings Demolished by Explosion A shattering blast of mysterious origin Satur day wrecked buildings in the tieart of this Canadian metropo lis injuring about 35 persons and causing5 devastation reminiscent of wartirrie scenes There were conflicting reports on deaths First word was that the from jia tural jas or a taken several livesN Policesaid they had no reports of any dead BADLY HIT by the shock was the ninestory Jackson Building containing government offices Many other smaller structures were shattered Initial estimates listed damage at moire than two million dollars np made The official an United States had agreed to get all its troops out by Oct 31 American forces landed in Leb anon July 15 when the Middle East crisis was at its hottest At the peak U S land forces in Leb anon numbered more than 13000 They were not used in combat operations while here for contributing to the U S de eL rri I fehse effort in the BankSlater streets of down town Ottawa Windows were hlown olit for miles in every direction Police and firemen dug fever ishly into ruins An unidentified ambulance driver was quoted as saying some persons we re trapped in the rubble of a build ing owned by Myers Motors Ltd SPORADIC small fires broke out Utilities workers struggled to halt a threat of further explo sions or fires from broken gas mains Authorities said the only thing that prevented huge casualties was the fact that the area was relatively quiet because it was Saturday morning Few people were on the streets when the blast came at BARGE BLAZE CARDINAL MOON E Y was among the 46 of the who attended the Mass of the Holy Spirit Saturday morning at St Peters basilica at which they sought di v in e inspiration cardinal ap peared to be in good spirits and health at MassSix cardi nals were ex cused because MOONEY of their advanced age or fragile physical condition News ofCardinal Moonevs death at the North legetlri the sacred conclavecwas to be sealed off frovm theiworld in the Vatican compound came as a shock Francis Cardinal1 Spellman of New York was in tears as he drove up to the arch of bells en trance to the Vatican He and James Cardinal Mclntyre ofLos The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy cool er Saturday night low in mid 30s Partly cloudy Sunday high in middle 50sr Iowa Mostly fair Saturday nigh and Sunday Coolef east Sat urday night low in 30s Little temperature change Sunday GlobeGazette weather data u Woman Dies After Crash Near Cresco to 8 am Saturday Maximum 58 Minimum 39 At 8 am 41 YEAR AGO Maximum 37 Minimum 21 Black flic means Iraffio death i I 24 hours IB past CORDOVA 111 UPI Two barges containing almost IVz mil lion gallons of petroluem prod ucts burned out of control for about six hours Friday night Angeles are now the only Ameri can representatives at thehis toric conclave Samuel Cardinal Stritch of Chicago died last May from a strokeafter amputation of an arm CARDINAL MOONEY was the second member of the Sacred Col lege to die since the death of Pope Pius Celso Cardinal Cos tantini died Oct 17 from compli cations following an operation Cardinal Mooney was the sen ior American cardinal His death was attributed to a heart attack The three American cardinals had lunched together after re turning to the college from Mass Cardinal Mooney decided to take a nap and askedhis secretary to awaken him at pm The secretary found Cardinal Mooney dying and immediately administered extreme unction Rescue Workers Inch their Way Down Mine Shaft SPRINGHILL N S UPVRes cue teams Saturday inched down a debrischoked mine shaft heavy with poisonous gas toward 91 men trapped and possibly killed by an explosive shift of rock Twelveothersareknown dead A mine official said there was a very remote hope thatsome of the trapped miners might be found alive but nothing had been heard since the accident Thurs day night to indicate there were more survivors Eightyone other men got out alive after the unexplained earth the most severe in memory in North Americas deepest coal mine Fifteen of the survivors were injured Ten bodies have been recov ered One official said two more bodies had been spotted by res cue crews and would be brought up later 1 CRESCO Marjorie Delmontj 24 Berlin Center Ohio was killed in an auto accident Fri day night at the intersection of Highways 63 and 9 nine miles west of here Four others were injured one critically A truck driven by Irvin Ott Cresco vcame to a stop at the intersection The driven by Charles Johnson 18Pebria came up behind the truckthe driver did not see the stop sign TOKYO Red China said Saturday there will be no bom bardment of Quemby airfields wharf and beach landing areas on even dates so that the peo ple on the offshore islands may get supplies Peiping radio quoting the Com munistNational Defense Minis try said t Your ships and aircraft should not come on odddates We will not necessarily conduct shelling on odd dates But you should re frainfrom coming to avoid pos sible t J THE STATEMENT said our refraining from shelling is still conditionalon not introducing American escorts Exception will be takenif there should be corts The Communists Iended their selfimposed ceasefire last Moo and tried to go around the truck The car caught the left rear corner of the the whole right side of the car was torn off ALSO RIDING in the car were Don Icenogle 22 Peoria Victor Petienne 17 Gerald Abbott St 18 Paul Peoria and Ice day after a 15day period The messagesaid If there is a lack of anything just say it andwewill giveitto you It is time now to turn from foe into friend The message said the action was taken to facilitate your en trenchment for along timeto i said of you that we wantto undermine the and ci vilians and men No hope you your unity so as to actin unison in facing the foreigners THEDEFENSE minister con eluded hismessage weonly hope that you will not yield to Ameri nogle owner of the and Miss Delmont wereridingin the back seat and the other three in front Miss Delmont died in the am can pressure bulance on the Cresco Hospital way to Icenogle the was lose your sov He summoned a doctor and Cardinals Spellman and Mcln tyre Both cardinals gave their absolution but Cardinal Mooney already was dead being taken from Cresco to Rochester Minn Saturday with critical internal injuries The other three are still hospitalized at Cresco in fair condition ACCORDING TO Sheriff Percy Haven who investigated the accident there wilU be no inquest The parents of Miss Delmont have beeri notified and funeral arrangements are pend ing their arrival here The truck was scarcely dam aged and the truck driver un injured A PROUD BROTHER GRAND RAPIDS Mich UPI Youngs 6 passed out candy cigars in school Friday after his mother gave birth to a girl ereign rights and so finaltyrbe deprived of a shelter in theworld and thrown intothe sea These words of ours are wellintentioned and bear no ill will You will come to understand them by and by The action was another obvious move on the1 part of the Reds to drive a wedge between the Na tionalists and the United States In Washington meanwhile de livery of more modern to Nationalist China is being dis cussed by U S officials as a means of strengthening antiCom munist forces hVthe Formosa areaThe result may be an ex panded military aid program al though no decisions have been made GUN VICTIM ROCK ISLAND 111 UPI Chauncey Lee Morton 17 Chi cago was accidentally shot and killed in his dormitory room at Augustana College here Friday with a target pistol in Silver Taken at Iowa Bank LOGAN Satur daywere investigating the theft of in silver from the Mon damih Savings Bank here BARBARA AND MRS GORDON BLANCHARD Whats the matter vou nuts FRED WEBER OSAGE Just put it in my pocket JAYCEE GIVEAWAY The Mason City JuniorCham berof Commerce in promoting the forthcoming first annual product show here tried a novel means of doing it Friday night Two Jaycees Dick Sioyles and Grif Venz save away bonafide bills in downtown Mason City The only catch if you can call it one was that recipients had to sign a pledge promising to spend the bill in ivlason City duringthe product show week Oct ANONYMOUS REFUSER Im busy 27Nnv But surprisingly Stoyles and Ven encoun tered negaUve read ions fwro most of those they ap proached They CvStimatcd that 75 per cent of their prospects refused themoney Women were more MRS R HAVRANEK DAVID ROCEFORB You bet we will r Plwtes by willing to take thebills thanmen One of every three women but just one of six men said yea Story on v   

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