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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 30, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper LOBE THE NEWSPAPER MAKES ALL NOR T H I O W A N S N I I G H I 0 R S HOME EDITION VOL 97 United Full LCIM Wires 7e Copy MASONCITY IOWA THURSDAY OCTOBER 30 IMS Paper Consists b Two OM n in r 6 Days Tell of n Dark Giveh Up for Dead JUST THE T00F OF Nancy Cowan 6 El Monte she m mouth just about own CONTRIBUTIONS TO MEblCAL FJELD 3 STOCltHblM Sweden Three American scientists won the 1958 Nobel Prize for Medi cine Thursday for their pioneer work in geneticsstudies that could lead the way to a cure for cancer Onehalf of the award went to George Wells Beatile 55 professor at the Kerckhoff Lab oratories Pasadena Calif and Edward Lawrie Ta tum 49 professor at the Rock1 efeller Institute New York for their that genes act by regulating definite chemical events I the other hairbf prize went to 33 pro lessor at Wis consin for his discbyeries con cerning genetic recombination and theorganization of the gen etic material of bacteria medical irei search In stitute which said the American discovefiey would have a strohg Murray Raps on Industry Lag PRESS INTERNATIONAL William G Murray Republican nominee for governor charged at night thai indiistriaf expansion islagging inIowa and blamed it on the lack of cooperationby the Governor with Legislature Crestou1 Republi cans that information based on Iowa Development Commission findings show an annual average of 3800 new jobs during 195556 but only 2400 during 195758 SAID the recession and the threat to repeal the right towork law have also contribut ed to this unfortunate slack ening j Murray pledged that if electe he would retainthe righttowor law and mobilize the resources o Iowa to realize anaccelerated ex pansion of industry in all parts the slate At Marshalltown meanwhile State Sen Edward J McManusj Keokuk Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor said the Republican promise to relieve property taxes by increasing the sales tax is a political mirage hfluence onthe search for a ure for cancer arinburicement completed tockholms part in awarding fobel prizes this yearHowever t was overshadowed by there ectibn of the Nobel Prize for Lit erature by Russian writer Boris PasternakThe Swedish v Acade will meet later Thursday to lisciiss the situation created by usrenunciation of the award The other here Ma son City f air j Thursday nig h t E upper 20s Slightly warmer Friday high lower 60s owa Continuedfair through Fri day in tempera tures except warmer northwest portion Friday Low Thursday night 2836 Minnesota Fair and mild High Friday near 70 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Thursday Maximum Minimum At 8 am YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 61 23 33 53 28 STORM LAKE per sons were killed in the collision of an automobile and a wagon at the junction of High ways 713 ten miles here Wednesdayafternoon Killed w e r k E sthe Kmidsen 49 Spencef and Mr and Mrs Michael Klein bothin their 70s Remseh Sheriff Harry Dreyer said th three people were thrown bu and the impact knocked the tw cars about 150 feet into a ditch The station wagon in whic SPRINGHILL N S Twelve brought to the surface Thursday after being trapped nearly a week in a wrecked coal mine toldof pray ingand singing hymns to keep up their courage as they waited out the long dark hours Some of the sturdier ones tipld of the ordeal after theirdramatic rescue early Thursday from the Cumberland No2coal inihei where they trapped massive earth shift last Thursday night The force of the shift tossed themagafnst the roof of nel where they were working Nixon in Iowa Add ress Cites Gains by Farmers FORT DODGE Presi dent Nixon told a Corn ence paign issued is Ito progress for America more RepubljJcans orr resg by Delecting Nixon making swing andhis Via tallci All in riat intile more than miles from the mine entrance HUGH GUTHRO 31 said he was buried up to his chest but remained conscious7 He saidhe knew some bf his comradeswere dying along the coal wall Other mmers dug him out V The i2 f ci u rt d trapped in 100 feet long and 3 By some iniracle no gasand someAfresh sheasliftfedvfrornKer by Princess Sophia of Greece the 6n a tour of this country greeted eight Greek orphanswho arrived at Idlewild Airport to be adopted byAmerican of them from never fibrin ept in war or as resultr of war 5b FARMERS Russian went and It p Dr Fredef ick Sanger of Cam bridge VV THE NOBEL Peace Prize if one is awarded this year iwilLbe announced Norway The that o ri Beadle and Tatum their award confirmed that genes control en zymes and that enzymes control the chemistry of life The discovery gave science its first clue as to how which transmit heredity in plant and animal reproduction actually work Their work now forms part of the foundation of modern gen etics LEDERBERG and his cowork own way out butSpoii we had to We had no food andno water sinceSunday or Monday The ast thing ate were a few crusts of bread v We fatibhed bur lights and cut some batteries off the dead men but on Monday we were in darkness Id say Caleb Rushton kept usgoing 35 perhaps the strongest of the group when res cuers arrived sang hymns The air gradually became bad There was no room to stand In their struggle to stay alive when the last water wasgone they drank urine mixed with bark Americas tint they should have qausis of madequacies jut bee aii se of arulef b t i the set plac e that no la w can change v oii lead i Republic ah J nrlheNov 4 electionsare I the best in jyears The reasons include a BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS farmer c CampaignMgVah tiohai ern Democrats who wront support a ciyii in ourbfHtieparty tolda 1 from ia9Sl itax f cuts Republican Congress f asterL tax writeoffson vniachinery the Mrs Knudsen was riding alone ers atthe University of Wiscon SAME caught fire but a passing truck driver extinguished the blaze Dreyer said the station wagon was struck broadside after the Klein car apparently went through a stop sign on Iowa 3 without stopping Mrs Knudsen was northbound on US 71 It was the second fatal acci dent at the intersection in re cent months and the first since thecompletion of paving Iowa 3 several weeks ago who couldntgo alorig wlthVsuch aplank party and try to put over their or suppprt ja publican ticket or a thirdparty movement orvstay home and finot vote Many Democratshave civil rights issue At Greenwich Cohri GOP National Chairman gripped anew intp what he called Democratic Would ypurathernayegqv ernment m the hands of the left wing gahgbf see it million i tax 6h gasplineused sin discovered that bits of gen etic material introduced into the body of bacteria will be accepted bythe bacteria and combined with its own into a new type This process is termed trans duction one form of recombi nation The importance of Lederbergs discovery lies in the factthatit revealed that sexual fertilization is not the only way for bacteria to be recombined McMANUS SAlD that through out therecent history of creasihg the sales tax never has and never will reduce property The Democratic candidate add ed that his Republican opponent W L Mooty Grundy Center had perfect record of voting for a sales taxincrease in the last two sessions of the General Assem bly Erbe Ruling Hits Limit Rule BigBldst Under Floor of Desert FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES CITING oitvia the sound ecorioihiCDoliciei Speed DES MOINES ft Iowa At torneyGeneral Norman Erbe ruled Thursday that the Black Hawk County Board of Supervi sors has no authority toset speed limits on its county roads The board earlier this week adopted a resolution setting a maximum 50 mph speed limit day and night on all secondary roads except those with black top The board said a sharp in crease in traffic accidents on the secondary roads was the reason for the emergency action Black Hawk County Attorney Evan L Hullman later asked Erbes advice about the resoluj lion Erbe said only the Iowa they told physicians By Monday the menhad given up hope of being rescued Hope also had been abandoned on the surface but the rescue crews keptdigging ThenWednesday rescue crews stumbled on a broken air pipe leading to the entombed men ATOMIC TEST SITE Nev heard the muffled voice of most powerful underground ley Kempt 3i say explosion in world history vio lently rocked a lone desert mesa Thursday as atomic scientists de tonated a Hiroshimasized device 850 feet beneath the earths sur face The device dubbed Blanca THERE ARE 12 of us here come and get us Get us water Soon after the men got their first sustenance hi at least four days Coffee laced with sugar and vitamins was fed to the men through a copper tube inserted in the air pipe The men waited while the res cue crews dug through about60 j feet of debris Then a hole ap peared in the wall of rubble that had trapped the men and the rescuers appeared We were all so happy to see them the whole bunch of us just started to cry Guthro said The rescue raised hopes that other pockets of survivors would be found in the depths where 55 miners still are missing THEIR RESCUE brought to 93 the number saved Twenty six bodies have been recovered There were 174 men below when disaster struck The news Wednesday that the 12 men had been located alive electrified the town scene of two I mine disasters in as many years blasted1 the core of the mesa from its cavern below ground at the end of a 3000foot tunnel It dis lodged millions of tons of rock wing gang of t h e Republican party he asked a GOPrally President George Meany of the AFLCIO appeared mostly telling a nationwide radio v audu ence he wanted to puncture the big labor political scare balloon of 1958 BUT HE mentioned neither parlies nor candidates by name in assailing what he calledcam paign s talk that organized labor is trying to take the nation down the road to socialism Speaking from Washington Meany said The hidden purpose behind this cryof socialism and such phrases as leading America down the left lane is to plant in j thesound of the are continued 1959 will Ibe the best year in yrell as the coun try atlargeT v and dust as scientists raced the clock to meet a proposed test deadline at midnight THE AEC said if was the larg est manmade underground ex plosion we know of1 An atomic bomb with the same nominal rating leveled the city of Hiroshima Japan during World War II leaving 78150 dead and bringing that countrys sur render a week later Blanca sent its shock waves ripping under the earths surface to be picked up on seismographs at such distant points as New York and Alaska ATOMIC ENERGY Commis sion scientists said Thursdays un the minds of the American peo ple the idea that labor is pro Communist Churchbells rang Horns honked dcrgrouna experiment was made This is an unforgivable and completely unjustified trick With the campaign going into its finaldays President Eisen hower prepared to wind up his speechmaking with a nationwide radiotelevision talk in Baltimore Friday night THE WHITE HOUSE an nounced that the President and Mrs Eisenhower will vote Tues day at Gettysburg PaJ and then return to Washington to receive the election returns Vice President Nixon voted Wednesday before flying to Chi cago Aides said he voted the ticket on his But he willhave prosperity based pn peacerather A of riowa Rej publican was oii Hand Fort Dodgei Airport to greet Nixon when His chartered plane landed after a flight from Chicago senger planescheduled for an amV arrival did not touch down until pm ACCOMPANYING Nixw from Chicago were Dr William G Murray IowasGOP nominee for governor Waggbn er Fort Dodge Republicaii who seeks to unseatDemocratic Merwin Goad in the 6th District race Other Iowa leaders who flew in with the vice president were State GOP Chairman L L Jurgemeyer Clinton and Nation al Committeeman C C Witten meyer Davenport Ifs nice tosee you all Vice President told the airport crowd Im sorry we are a little late Then referring to the mild sunny weather he asked it always like this in Iowa Vice President rode into Fort Dodge in open topped car accompanied by Murray and Waggoner The streets were lined with residents visitors and enthusiastic school children who to Stores emptied Families cooperation with the runnmg to the mine m a Geophysical Year It wasit n e y ueciineu lo now ne of ram hoping and fcanng Uhei9thfullscale shot of the curped On a Grant to rent series One more open divided shot was planned for late ThUrsjCajifornia GOP candidates day i had been excused from classes for the event Police estimated rhe downtown area crowd at about 30000 in cluding those who packed City where Nixon sgoke TTJctiTiVi CRASH KILLS THREE MINERS WERE FOUND TRANSFER OKD WASHTNOTQX The jsion of the tests goes into effect N jmimications Commission has ap WASHINGTON PubliclFriday How Ions the ban PINE BLUFF Ark transfer of control of p IHeaHh Service hasc announced aimains in effect depends on thcimcn died Wednesday when anIKAUS and KMMTTV Austin jgran of 527036 to Dows Iowa loouicomc of talks between theHB47 jet from LiUJe RoJk AirMinn lo Black Hawk Highway Commission has the inis Crosssection diagram of the coal Th6 area where U minors trapped six jhelp finance a sewage dislUnitcd States Britain and the Soi Force Base plummotod into a cotjing Co KVVWLAMTy power to set such speed limits i mine at Sprirjghill Nova Scotia indicates days found alive j pos a 1 project lion field and burst into flames for 41000   

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