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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 1, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited tor the Horn t MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NIWSPAfER THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH 10WANI NEIGHBOR S VOL 97 nd united Pics International Full I 7ctCopy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1 1958 Thin Pajier of Two SectionsSection 0ie No M Iowa Governor Race Neck and Neck Europe War Scars Munich Disappear EDITORS NOTE This is the first of a series of articles fay t h Globe Gazettes editor while on an 8day visit to Mu nich and Lisbon for a closeup look at the operations of Radio Europe He was a paying fluest of Crusade for Freedom sponsor of Along with his reports en the p r o flram for geftiny truth to 70 million people behind the Iron Curtain in satellite countries Hall will touch on conditions in Germany and Portugal By W EARL HALL MUNICH Never underesti mate the ability of Germans to work their way out of a seeming ly hopeless situation This admonition occurred to me a half dozen years ago when I saw the peo ple of West Berlin clearing away the debris of w a rs de s t r u c ion to make way for a new and finer city It recur red this day as with 50 other A m e r i cans I made my w a y from the a i r port to my hotel in downtown JIunich A scant dozen HALL years ago so much of this ancient city lay in ruins that serious consideration was being given to moving down the Isar River a few kilometers and starting all over again with a new city Somewhere between 60 and 80 per cent of Munich had been bombed out for cily TODAY you ean travel blocks in some parts of a now grown to more than a mil lion without being conscious of that warwrought havoc A few bombedout structures have been left standing in downtown Mii nich perhaps js a deliberate re minder of what can happen to a goosestepping people On all hands one sees new con struction under way Scaffolding is of a fragile character U wouldnt measure up to the American constructions mini m u m standards for safety Spindly poles lashed to each other by ropes are in common use for this purpose Rising from the ashes of war has been only one of Munichs problems For a reason difficult to explain there has been an un precedented growth of popula tion This has called for monu mental efforts to provide housing Writer in Note to Nikita Admhs ERRORS MISTAKES MOSCOW UP Boris Pasternak in a letter to Soviet mitr Nikita S Khrushchev has confessed to errors and mis the official Soviet news agency Tass said Saturday The Soviet author has been under heavy attack since the Swe dish Academy last week awarded him the 1958 Nobel Prize for literature Pasternak first accepted the award but then rejected it He WAS expelled from the Union of Soviet Writers and there were demands that he get out of the Soviet Union forever Pasternak in a letter sent Friday to Khrushchev and Communist Party Central Committee said Whatever my mis takes and errors may have been I could not imagine that I would find myself in the midst of such a political campaign which has been fanned around my name in the Pasternak said he was bound to Russia by his birth his and work and cannot visualiie his fate away from his motherland 7 More Miners at Springhill Found Alive After 9 Days VS Scven morc mincrs wilh i v r cntombmcnt were rescued Saturday from death of a wrecked coal mine Amazed rescue workers said that although some were injured considering th hey had been th 19 hr u WaterSomc cvcn Appeared in better shape than 12 brought out Thursday after six clays of hunger and thirst from the mine entrance WCre evcn met with debris they men feet Give me a drink of water and Ill sing vi a song said Man rt o r ittau 46yearold father of 12 children He could joke de a broken leg and and thirst First to be brought o he sur ace to the cheers of townspeople gathered at the pithead of Cum erland No 2 was Byron Martin His ordeal was worst of all The rescue scjuads had found Uarlin alone in a pocket only six eel from the Jlhers he had been without food vater or light since a massive earth shift the night of Oct 23 trapped 174 miners mostly in the form of four or five story apartment buildings GOD MUST javtd this Minnesota Fair continued mild little hole for Martin said Ive seen a triple miracle declared Victor Hunter captain of the rescue crews For in the seven was his broth er Frank Another brother Fred was among the 12 saved Thurs day Yet a third brother Percy was brought safely out the night disaster struck The task of hunting for others of the 40 men still missing went on after the seven were removed A colliery official said the hope of more life is getting slimmer and Menworking through the area where the seven were found have reached the op of the wall The official said there is no sign or sound of life along the wall BODIES OF dead hav been seen but no count was available THREE DECADES ago was a city of famous for Immediately after rescuers the The Weather Mason City Mostly fair through Sunday a little cooler Saturday night low 2732 High Sunday in low 60s Saturday night and A little cooler extreme southeast Saturday night Low 3037 day Warmer southeast Sun Politicos in Big Weekend Campaigns Near End Uy THE ASSOCIATE IHESS The batllc for conlrol of Con gress went into its final weekend Saturday with Republican cam paigners armed with fresh eco nomic ammunition in the form of another big drop in unemploy ment President Eisenhower sprang the news of a decline in joblessness during October in a coasttocoast television address from Baltimore Friday night As Eisenhower assailed thc Democrats issues ranging from civil rights to missiles he himself came under renewed fire from Democratic campaigners tht his High Sunday in 60s WINDING UP his role in campaign Eisenhower told cheering GOP audience that in the last three months tmemploy mcnl has dropped by U2 million persons He added Thais Republican progress not jusl talk not leafraking schemes not federal handouts Just sensible In his attack on Democratic economic policies Eisenhower coined a new naming any one One senator said that the recession I quoting planned premeditated and pre designed by this the President remarked I never never will guilty of the crime of pre planning premeditating or pre designing the misery of my fel low AT CASPER Democratic Leader Lyndon B Liemocrauc a GlobeGazette weather data upjJohnson of Texas challenged Ei to 8 Saturday Maximum Minimum At 8 68 27 37 Cowrie Man Killed in Auto Accident COWRIE John Decker Cowrie was killed early Satur day when his car went out of con trol on a county road about 2 miles north of here its beerdrinking and devilmay care life Nobody was in a hurry At the outbreak of World War II the population w a s well iinder half a million But today its in excess of a million and grow ing at a rate scarcely equaled anywhere else in Europe In restoring the war wrecked buildings priority has been given iat f i I heard voices in the mine news flashed up Main Street Lights appeared in houses Doors slammed There was a sound of running feel as people started for the pithead Thornton Enwood one of the volunteers who dug the men out said they were guided to the sur vivors by Martin who followed dwn to those for which there is aup so an T p pressing need Hotels and stores weak veils Martin was Trapped have been pu t ahead of such in a pocket close to but separate things as art galleries and mufrom thc others seParale seums One of the last to get at lention under this rule has bee the oncefamous opera buildingJhocrtd now on the road to reopening I For reasons understandable only to the European mind therej is a studied effort to make new buildings look o 1 d even before Ihey are occupied This talent on thc p a r I of Bavarian builders amounts almost to genius Its virtually impossible to tell the remodeled part of a bombed out building from what remained of original structure MUNICH was founded just 800 years ago this year by monks The name Munich derives from that religious Bavaria is as Catholic as Prussia and other parts of North Germany are Protestant Oldest largest and best known of its cathedrals with SAME jsenhower to list any radica Democratic legislation he wouk ask a Republican Congress to re peal Addressing a Democratic rally Johnson scoffed at the left wing Socialism campaign theme he said was blueprinted by GOP Na tional Chairman Meade Alcorn Sen George A Smalhers D chairman of the Demo cratic Senatorial Committee said Eisenhower and Vice Prcsidcn Nixon had failed to win over in dependent and Democratic voles Ike has won no Smath crs said in a statement issued in Washington The pepole realize that he is sadly sad ly he mouths hobglobin charges about the harebrained Democratic Enroule to a weekend of cam paigning in Alaska Nixon told an airport crowd at Billings Mont that The wage earners have belter today than in anv of the 20 years of the New AFWAID LONDON WJKenneth Whit tington 6 popped 5 penny fire1 cracker through a hole in a1 street lamp Saturday The bang ignited an under ground gas leak A fourfoot hole was blasted in the side walls Houses were rocked and1 drain covers blown high into the air Some 200 children were1 marched to safety from school Kenneth ran home climbed info bed and twin onion shaped spires is the j war these Bavarians have WATCHES BIRDIE NOT BLOXDE AP Pfc Elvis twin onion snapea spires is theswar these Bavarians have re rfc Elvis Pres Frauenkirche Its within sight ofjlaincd their acccnl on fun and cy aPPears to be thc birdie rather than the my room here in Munichs bestjthc gracious life Theres still a Iovelv German blonde Margif Bnerffin 17 who hes known hotel the nf hn been dating stationed with the Armv at Bad Homburjr Germany Miss Buerpin said Elvis had called Gov A Slight Edge to Loveless Pollsters Note Murrays Gains lly TlfK ASSOCIATED PRESS The men with their fingers most closely on the public pulse pre dict a photo finish in Die election raci1 between Democratic Gov Herschel Loveless and his Re publican opponent William G Aimray Wilh all Ibe gingerly caution of a walking on eggs they give the Governor a microscopic cdfe Hut they emphasize tho between the two candidates Is as thin as your shadow Tan Associated Press asked newspaper editors political writ ers and reporters to indicate how they think the gubernatorial and congressional elections this year will turn out THEY ANSWERED loud and clear that at least seven and pos sibly all of Iowas cight congres sional seals will be occupied by Republicans the next two Hut when it came to the gov ernorship almost to a man they indicate its going out on a long limb even to answer the ques tion Ail agree thai Murray has come on with a rush in the past few weeks Three of the newsmen said they had switched their pre dictions of Ihc probable winner from Loveless to Murray since a month ago There were none who changed over from Murray lo Loveless But of all the newsmen partici poliug 13 named Loveless as the probable winner and 5 chose Murray In a similar survey the last week in September the results Hcrschcl Loveless Friday R Gross seal in the U S Housofor air reservists Thn imnriuP Lovclcss win 10 lunrrhfiri an MitaHr nn nr fl s nc mPov cj Murray to win 6 race about COP WELCOME Sheriff Jerry Allen left of Cerro Gorrlo County is a Repub lican but he nevertheless is on hand to greet the Governor of Iowa llersehcl Loveless The Democratic candidate for reelection was met at the Mason City Municipal Airport by a caravan of both Republicans and Democrats He was in Mason City Friday evening ior a Demo cratic rally Loveless Demands Audit of Gas Tax Department n nuuni ILII iiir inc imnn night launched an attack on Reof Representatives told the audijmcnl would have meant an publican control of state offices once thai Gross failing tolmial payroll of 1 year hinting at the past failure of represent the Third District in with about 75 personnel stationed HP IrpaKlirprs nfflco tn ieven 2 the treasurers office to collect all motor vehicle fuel taxes due Tbc Governor revealed in a speech before more than 400 Democrats at a rally in the Moose Hall in Mason City that he had ordered a complete audit of the gas lax division of the state treasurers office In a letter to Stale Comptrol ler Glenn Sarsfield Loveless said You are hereby author ized and directed to make a full and complete audit of the ac counts of the motor vehicle fuels tax division of the treasurers all accounts gasoline and Congress Mason Citv has ihcre THE EDITORS said in the Sep tcmbcr survey they expected the a three Because Gross voted against arace lo be the closest in years to fjvc million dollar airport imibill that would provide federalhut this week they said they find provement because Gross diilntjaid for construction of sewage itcloser even than they dreamed have enough influence to get plnnts Micich said Maj They ascribed Murrays rapid Cross voted against these City wis not granted rise in recent weeks to disclosure Micich explained Micich was rejlo help finance a sewage disposal by former Democratic S t a t fcrnng lo a proposed improveplanl Although Ihc bill passed tl J L merit at the Mason City airporljdespile Gross negative vote Micich said fhnf of the 18 applica tions for help approved not one was in the third district Economy talk is ill Micich said We need economy in government But unfortunately economy talk is used in this dis trict for political giin since Gross cant it in Whal I until to jive to the disj tricl is practical representation I Mtirfor a If our for Murray in DoubleTalk7 Accusation LOGAN Chairman Jake Morc thai he paid some worth of alleged b u s i ncss debts for Loveless out of campaign funds and the Governors re fusal to shake hands with Murray when they appeared office including pertaining to the special fuels GEORGE MARCHI of Fort Dodge present director of Ihciray Republican inmiidalc im motor fuels lax division said hcrr Friday had found many instances ofinighl that his Democratic opponicounty Democratic camisdatesthe newsmen for the view ex laxness in previous tax Gov IfcrsclicI Loveless has Joined Loveless in his attack onpressed in one editorial that Bill tiuns since he took office morc been fending lowans doubletalk Republicans is gaining so fast on Gov than a vcar aso Marchi ihal nothing but top dressing William seeking that the election may jclcction as county aUorncy a walkaway for Mur MURRAY on the same platform A BATTERY of other state and There was little support among a year ago Marchi has estimated that tinder the collec tion procedures of previous years the slate may have lost as much for a negative program It is my beliefthnt Ihc func15 opponent David J Butler lion of a campaign is to clarify in confuse a campaign didnl think Pappns should run for its ray BUT SOME of tht a third term Apparently editorsmost the birthright of every thcm Hepublicans nun ui rt n as four million dollars annually he issues and In his speech here Loveless Murray said m a ciimpaicn iiit ummmm u said he wanted lo know why thcjspeech publican candidate of fcrro wlj the party s contcn state took in four miliion dollars do Pappas added to 3C more in gas laxcs this year1 ONE OF MY greatest probrun unopposed to hold officc has supplanted while lhe gallonage on m reaching thc people ofi as the mam campaign j hi hfrn In IKI tlvniftUII from thc countys first think thnt Murray is gaining wiiuc iiiK on WHICH taxes were collected went nis hecn ln clarify Ihp eight per cent fusion which my opponent Have we not been in lhr minds of lhe lax Has there been a with regard lo the scale failure to pay he are aware of some in Throughout he s a has thc i UIIIIK mat miuav isgamma district and Harold lho volcrs Rct bcUcr acquajnt TOT SUpOrVlSOr Kim hie nlaffnrm tu miii rtiin nis y loll or ill along with Mc K the Slate cditor who switched in 111 wi wno is SOCK ing i DC Slate Keprc tanccs But it is going to take nave seen such an exhibition nfjsentatives post McArtliur said i great amount of detailed andouble lalk by my opponcnl that i the most imponant thin lo1 o determine I go I find its f THE GOVERNOR went night is not to forget that in dl crease in lhe Republicans arejwjn on that Iowa editor thai lhe 2 per ill be the decid at Loveless will a race that will 1 I find that thc nditi m win on that in a race that will d lhe vole has reconn i gCl lndtbe than Wc uiiiii in me VUIIT nas further and he doubled hcUhis double Inlk for what ft is get an accuralc audit ofjMuiray went on he Ireasurers ngs while all office and important dcilj state OTHER CANDIDATES inrro duccd were Joseph F Jones run LET ME STATE thawing for sheriff HaS s a offices are held by Republicans jjhc real purpose of Lovcjllughcs and Bernard J Manin ugcs an ernar J Manin Charging that his opponent jlcss type of campaign which is candidates for Commerce Com William Murray and the designed to confuse is mission and Harvcv E Mont Jean party have chosen only he cover up an administrationjgomcrv seeking thc State Trois oursc of fear and smear bogwmch has set Iowa back Hirers officc c l v center of the shopping district iromanlic Munich known to Ihc Despite their preoccupationStrausses and Mozarts of an with throwing off the effects of i other era he asked of the icans Id like lo see Ihc color10 ct of those hands that are involved Pos iiiuiui sun a imciKnii ii wn neiR jin his sort of Tlie Govamalfli the easygoing andj een stationed with the Armv at Bad was referring to the loss ofta5t nirh jrevcniie in thp gas 3X riivisinn The and lhe Governor refused is designed to try lo create In thc fighing spirit of the eve o engage in alley fighling he impression of a conslniclivelninR Ncal F Hill candidate for Bui lei Ihem take off when in fact the of Agriculture said r ir nArrtf Tt J i JnUl negative It is is where we knock em the Republicans down cat cm up am too much an and chew em up but on Nov 4 I believe in straight weve going to spit cm Following him were the At Ul ibly r on her four or five times which is more than any other girl around i MAYOR MICHAEL MICICH administration City fighting hard for said aaminislrallon llll 1 agricultural land t a x lorney General candidate Don cnae on credit would not survive another Wilson and Miss Edilh M John a month An editorial writer for a cen Irnl Fowa newspaper said he thought Loveless would win be cause he considers Murray a weak And a north cast Iowa newsman commented THE DEMOCRATS seem be showing the way in the guber natorial preelection campaign ing Murray is gaining and seems to be prepared to give Gov Love less thc fight of his life Yet Democrats seem to be holding the edge for Such terms as toss mighty close and razor thin edge were used by others Most didnt trv to guess i uess for Secretary of vote margin But one veteran ilitical writer predicted that   

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