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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 28, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas ily Newspaper Edited far to VOL f7 Awoeiatod PTCM DnKed FuH LMM ON GLOBEGAZETTE U f W SF A I THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWAMS N I I C H I O t S P v 7eaCoty MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY OCTOBER 21 19SS Two OM HOME EDITION 77 Tr n RIGHWOOD W Ya UPI gas explosion the second inWest Virginia in 24 hours ripped through a mountainside coalmine near here Tuesday trapping 17 men v We dont know whether they are alive or dead said PercyW Bright an official of the OglebyNorton Coal Co We knowonly that 17 men are inside Bright said another 39 miners in the pit were re ported to have escaped The blast came only 24 hours after another explosion on the West VirginiaVirginia border killed 22 men in the Bishop mine of the Pocahontas Fuel Co The RichwoodSewell mine employes about 150 men and has a capacity of 1500 tons daily Dynamite Uncover New VnitYClub for Blast BISHOP Va A Pocahontas Fuel Co official said Tuesday a charge was theprobable cause of Mondays blast that took the lives of 22 coal miners in the companys Bishop Mine The official who declined to be identified was in the mine with rescue parties for a considerable time He said the physical situa tion in theblast section and the way the bodies were found indi cated the cause T normally is placed fully into the face of the coal If a portion of the charge sticks out beyond the face he explained powder is likely to be blown into the air and gas ig nited A FORMAL public hearing will get under way Wednesday Some 5000 persons milled near the mine shaft entrance in this southwest Virginia mountain com munity while four rescue teams wbrked in relays to reach the men There were 188 miners in the underground chambers when the blast shook the area at am Wilson was in a party of work ers groping through the gaseous dense tunnel towards the blast scene at midafternoon It was his call by special tele phone hookup that brought the word to the mine offices I want to report that 22 men are dead It is definite there has beena gas explosion DBS MOINES WV Evidence of what apparently was Unity Club type operation in the Iowa Tax Commission from 1951 to has been uncovered Goy Herscher Loveless said Tuesday Loveless said a book containing nca nNewP Decision POPE JOHN XXIII by Cardinals HIS REPORT spread quickly where the sur viving miners their families and friends of the victims were wait ing in a drizzle It was pm when the shaft elevator reached ground level bearing two bodies Howard Richardson a veteran miner said the bodies were scat tered over an area of about 200 feet He said it appeared the miners were in the act of run ning when they were By pml all 22 victims had been brought out records of donations by Tax Com mission employes to the Republi can Party was found by Lewis Lint Tax Commission executive secretary undera drawer of his desk Most of the individual con tributions listed were small rang ing from less than to around THE GOVERNOR said the rec ords indicated an operation much like that of the Commerce Com missions Unity Club was conducted in the TaxCommis sion during those years The Unity Club which was dis soltfed in August was an organi zation of the State Commerce Commission employes originally set up to make collections from employes for a flower and gift fund 1 BUT ACCORDING to testimony before the Iowa Legislative In vestigating Committee most of the collections during 1957 and early 1958 were split monthly among the three Republican com merce commissioners The prac tice was stopped on the recom mendation of the committee Asked whether he planned to turn over the evidence about the Tax Commission donations to the Investigating Committee Love less who contends the committee has been used for political pur poses replied For what so they can bury it I think Ill turn it over to the State Bureau of Criminal Investi gation for a little further check ing Continue MISSILES WASHINGTON W Patrol men A G Eger and W J Fu ter walking their beat at night glanced up a condemned build ings third floor window Out flew a bathtub Then a radiator policemen rushed inside and found Andrew Sampson Calvin Baker 22 They were stripping the house to get money for wine tossers said bathtub Municipal Court Judge George N Neilson sentenced Sampton to 90 days in jail and Baker to 60 after they pleaded guilty to charges of larceny PARLIAMENT OPENED LONDON Eliza beth opened Parliament with all Outlandish Dulles Says of Shelling f f C VCU1 fiiV WASHINGTON UPI Secretheir lives tary of State John Foster Dulles said Tuesday the Chinese Reds onagain off again shelling of Quemoy and Matsu was outland ish and uncivilized He declared it was designed for promiscuous killing of civilians rather than any military objective Dulles told a news conference that the Communist tactics were unprecedented in history and ap parently were designed to save face after the intensive Red bom bardment of the offshore islands failed to blockade them The secretary would not predict whether the shelling would in crease or decrease But he said he did not think it was likely that the Reds would raise their mili tary efforts to the point likely to provoke general war Dulles said the Communists in tention of shelling on an every other day basis was evidence of By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS President Eisenhower carriec his campaigning to New York Tuesday after a renewed attack on Democrats he described as spendthrifts visionaries ant boondoggles But with the elections just a week away former Preside Harry S Truman said Democrat prospects appear almost too good to be true Commenting on a Gallup pol prediction of possibly sweepin Democratic gains in Congress Truman told newsmen in St Louis They said the same thin about the Republicans in 1948 you remember THAT WAS the year Troma upset Republican Thomas E Dewey whom most pollsters ha tabbed as the favorite Vice President Nixon allude to the same thing in a campaig Flint Mich But wherea Truman was cautioning Demi crats against overconfident Nixon was challenging the cu rent accuracy of the polls Taking issue with the fore casts Nixon told a cheering crowd of 3000 GOP partisans In the last two weeks of this campaign something is happen ing Im unable to appraise it but Tfie i a son City Fair little change in temperature through Wed nesday Low Tuesday night 2 to 32 High Wednesday 57 to 60 owa Fair little change throug Wednesday High in upper 50s Low Tuesday night in 30s Minnesota Fair continued cool High Wednesday in midSOs GlobeGazette weather data up o 8 am Tuesday Maximum 57 Minimum 26 At 8 am 33 YEAR AGO Maximum J 50 Minimum 25 on Ballot ThreeDay Vote Ends FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES VATICAN CITY The Sacred College of Cardinals Tuesday elected Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli 77yearold Italianpatriarch of Venice as the 262nd pope of the Roman Catholic Church He chose to reign as Pope John XXIII Roncalliis considered a non political pope in short one who will devote his main effort to the spiritual affairs of the church rather than to interna tional events He was bornNov 25 1881 and when you have big crowds like this something is happening We can give them the licking of EISENHOWER flew to New York City Monday night after ripping into the Democrats anew in an 18state television address in Pittsburgh In the same fighting technique he unveiled in California last week Eisenhower tore into the opposition as be ing a divided parly which he saic could promise only a feuding fu tile deadlocked government In Chicago Adlat Stevenson said Congress is filling a vac uum created he said by the failure of leadership in the White House The 1952 and 1956 Democratic presidential candidate urged elec tion of a Democratic Congress Campaign in 6th District Hits Climax FORT DODGE of Doth major parties say they ex pect the FortDodge visit by Vice President Richard MNixon to in crease the numbers of vqters in the Nov 4 general election Nixon will make bis only Iowa appearance of the campaign here Thursday REPUBLICANS express the ope that the Nixon visit will turn tie tide of Democratic leads which most polls indicate Demo crats say they believe their own Darty members will be stung to more vigorous action and turn out in larger numbers as the re was created a cardinal by the late Pope Pius XII whom he succeeds Jan 12 1953 THE DATE of the coronation for the new pope was not im mediately announced It is ex pected thata week or more will be required to give representa tives of foreign states time to attend The coronation of Pius XII took place 10 day s Rafter his election The son of a north Italian share cropper the new Pope served for 27 years as a successful Vatican diplomat but was known as al ways a bishop at heart patriarch came on the third day of on the 12th ballott FIRST NEWS of his election came to the world when a thin white wisp of smoke circled up at pm am CST from the chimney above the Sis tine Chapel The smoke signal was short arid indistinct at first leaving the hushedcrowd of 200 000 persons gathered in St Pe ters Square in anguished anti cipation The first official announce ment that the worlds half billion Roman Catholicshad a new spir itual leader came when the Vati can Radio said in a Portuguese language broadcast at pm The church has a now pope As newsof the papal election spread by radio and word 6 mouth throughout Rome thou sands began hurrying by foot o car to the VaticanA massiv traffic jam blocked bridges cross STOCKHOLM S w e d e n Three Sovietscientists as was anticipated won the 1958 Nobel Prize in PhysicY Tuesday for building a better atomic mouse trap Oneof their cosmic Swedens the inven ray the tor of dynamite globe in Sputnik Others are Russian Writers globe in Sputnik III in nuclear laboratories around the world The Dinners are kv IMiVFra T a m m all MosCow prof es sors jointly by the Royal Swedish discovery and interpretation theGherenkby of a novel cos mi c r ay c ou hter J entists Sil was MOSCOW Soviet Writers expelled Russias Nobel Prize author Boris asternak for c6haucttuicpmpat ble Avith the calling Soviet w suit of the vigorous campaigning of the vice president Waggoner Fort Dodge the Republican candidate for Con jress from the 6th District will ntroducethe Vice President for lis talk here WAGGONER and Democrat in cumbent Mervvin Coad Boone are in what most observers be lieve is a nip and tuck battle for he congressional post Coad two years ago defeated the veteran Republican incumbent James I Dolliver by 192 votes in one of the nations closest races of 1956 One of the biggest Democratic rallies of the campaign took place at Whittemores Plantation Ballroom Saturday night when 1500 attended to hear Rep Wright Patman of Texas Rep Coad and Gov Loveless the pomp and circumstance of tradition Tuesday while television cameras peered inside the houses of Parliament for the first time in history to bring her address to West Europe what he called the upside down thinking and talking which one has to expect from the Reds On another subject of interna tional interest the secretary said the Russians may be trying to wiggle out of any real efforts to negotiate a nuclear test ban be cause they discovered at last summers Geneva scientific talks that the United States was far ahead of them in the field of nu Airliner Missing 27 Years Found on Side of Mountain SYDNEY Australia foot Worlds End tralias greatest aviation mys Civil aviation officials identi r disappearance of the fied the engine numbers as jthe vast square ing the Tiber and leading to St Peters THE CHOICE of Cardinal Ron calli was an apparent compro mise made to give the church leader after two days of deac lock in the conclave The explosive cheers of th to at least 250 Pope John XXII when he stepped onto the balcon of St Peters after receiving the homage of the assembled cardi nals who chose him The new Pope was ordained a priest in the Rome church of Santa Maria in Monte Santo on Aug 10 1904 and celebrated his first Mass in StPeters Basilica From the balcony of that same historic edifice he carried out his first public act after it was an nounced by Nicola Cardinal Ca nali that We have a new Pope the traditional Latin words Habemus Papem THERE WAS a moment of tense silence as he intoned the papal carries a plenary indulgence for all who hear it Then the cheers of the hundreds of thousands of Romans and visi tors exploded again Ihroughoul The announcement appeared in ic Literary Gazette less than a week after Pasternakhad been esignated by the Liter ry Academy as this years win ler of the Nobel Prize for iterature Pasternaks citation said he vas honoredforhis work in pro ducing contemporary literature t pointedly made no mention of lis bestknown book Dr Zhiva which is banned in Russia jut published in 18 other coun tries The Literary Gazette announce ment said Pasternak had be irayed the Soviet p eo pi e It stripped him of the title Soviet writer This will certainly tighten Pas ternaks social isolation Foreign ers in Moscow speculated that the expulsion could take away his right to work awarded 40yfeabld British rbio chemist for pioneer work on the moietular of insulin theVprotein that diabetics lack be awarded this year are the prizes for arid physi olpgy and the NbbeliPeace Prize The awards aremade frqni a fund set up under the of theaward The is this PASTE rairthoij of his were named s Tuesday announced Mercury Dips to 20dtSil Frosty temperatures greeted lowans Tuesdayr morning and the Bureau said read ings would change very little through Thursday except to edge upward Sibley the stateJow Tuesday areading of 20 de grees Spencer had 24 Mason City reported 26 Waterloo 29 Sioux City 30 DesMoines 31 and Cedar Rapids and Burlington 32 among others Lows Wednesday morning were due to be in the 30s again SoViet Writers Ori the other Frank and the atomic Soviet nuclear scientists eyerltp receive the Kremlin likes recognition of j So viet scientific A cry of pohtics in case would be out of character But could the scientists go i to StockhblirTto col their S41J420 12if Pas ternak is keptvat IN LAYMANS cosmic ray cou from the h e r en fcjoy e clear explosives DRAFT CALL WASHINGTON W De fense Department call Mcnday for 15008 Southern Cloud 27 years was solved Tuesday The threeengine Fokker dis appeared March 21 1931 on a those of the Southern Cloud j The new pope baldheaded and They found frrgments of bcne benign looking has been one of in the wreckage and a metal Ihe most popular prelates in Italy luggage tag inscribed Hood flight from Sydney to Mel Care Capitol Theater the bourne It carried two pilots property of the American pas and six passengers including American theatricalproducer Clyde Hood A search party following the tip of a construction worker bes found old wreckage of a plane He also has many friends abroad particularly in France where he spent eight years as Papal Nun the years trees had senger Over grown large through the twisted nose and fuselage of the plane The plane was found in rugged country where few cion He has a sturdy health and is an untiring worker SAME DATE1957585 AP Photofax CROWD Pope John XXIII iidd LIITJ viiuivii nau a f ULJC i i i n Never before has there raises his hand in blevSsinff as he appears bexore the amounts to a highlyefficienttrap for eiusiyesubatomic particles The Royal Swedish said that i of Cherenkov detectbrs the discpy ery of the antiproton which was madein Berkeley GaUf in 1955 would scarcely been pos sible Atomic cduriters the Cherenkov effect areused today in laboratories all over the world to check on the behavior of higlx energy particles They supply precise the tides charges velocityand di rection That is just what the counter does in Sputnik III TH R E E AM E RIC AN were reported to be top candi dates for the 1958 Nobel Prize in Medicine and Physiology to be announced Thursday Reports circulating In scientif ic circles said the prospective winners are Drs George W Beadle Edward L Tatum and Joshua Lederberg All are geneticists of world fame They would the prize jointly for piOr neer research into the funda mental basis of heredity Air Force Plans to Send up Satellite LOS ANGELES UPI first Air Force satellite will launched hi the period Decem berJanuary from Vandenberg Air Force Base it was learned Tuesday Thus far only the Army and Navy have been in the satel Ilile business although Ihe Air with moon inducted into the Dej half buried on the side of one been until recent been a pope with this high a aumj huge crowd on the balcony of St Peters Basilica in Iporce has worked ccmberr j of the Snowy MountamSi 5000 months his name Rome   

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