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September 16, 1959

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 8

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Britain in Happy Mood as Election Approaches By TOM A. CULLEN NEA Staff Correspondent LON: N - (NKAl —This will he the gayest general election Britain has known in half a century, with Prime Minister Macmillan's Conservative Party the odds-on favorite lo win. With the election less than one month off, Britons have never been in a happier mood. Industrial boom has made pay packets bulge. For the first time in his life the average Briton can afford an automobile. Added to this, the relaxation of international tension has vastly enhanced the electoral chances of the Tories in the opinion of most observers. The* finest summer in R0 years has brought bumper crops to the farmers and caused some commentators to speak of this as the "Suntan Election " Baby Figures Even the Queen's baby is cited as a factor favoring Macmillan's fortunes. The latest Gallup poll shows the Conservatives maintaining a five per cent lead over the Labor Parly, j which would be enough to return Macmillan's government to office with a comfortable majority in Parliament. The poll also shows Macmillan's popularity at its highest. Two out of three Britons regard him as a good prime minister. | This is a dramatic reversal in | Tory fortunes. This time last year the Labor Party had a slight edge on the Conservatives, judging from the results of by-elections to fill vacant seats in the House of Commons. i A year ago Macmillan was largely a question mark as a political personality. Adroit stage-management, plus a winning television manner, have since turned him into a bland father figure whom most . Britons associate with prosperity, i Never So Good I Whatever other lines the general election is fought along bread lines I will not be among them There is | no doubt the average Rritnn has •• "never had it so good"—to use a Tory slogan. In July, production was six per cent higher than last year. Last j month, the gold reserves rose by $28 million, the first time they : have climbed in August in 10 years ! Equally impressive in the eyes of voters is the government's record in international relations. Mac- 1 millan's visit to Khrushchev car- i lier this year and his persistent ! plugging for a Summit conference have earned him nothing but praise, even from Laborites. His' initiative is credited for getting the 1 Eisenhower-Khrushchev exchanges I under way. ! , The frantic search for an alter- j . native foreign policy even sent the ] Labor Party leaders, Hugh Gait-! '. skell and Aneurin Bevan, scurrying to Moscow for an audience with j Khrushchev. They were caught | < there when Macmillan announced | the election date. ! The Gaitskell-Bcvan mission to Moscow is viewed here as a prime . example of political "me tooism." Fortune Smiles Everything has played into MacMillan's hands. Certainly President Eisenhower's visit and his televis- ! ion appearance with Macmillan did • the prime minister no harm. I On the other hand, the British j Labor Party is finding that its inti- ! mate connections with trade unions [are hurting its chances with the independent voter. Thanks to wild-cat strikes and work stoppages, trade union popularity has hi! a five-year low, according to the latest Gallup poll. | Public hostility is concentrated on the figure of the union shop steward, who has become more arrogant in his exercise of power. The British Motor Corporation, making small cars for export, has been the victim of the latest series ! of quickie strikes. The public apparently is fed up with seeing British export markets jeopardized by a shop steward blowing a whistle. I Nor docs the public want to seo more British industries nationalized, as Labor's leaders plan to do | if elected More than two-thirds of ! those polled in a recent survey are opposed to further nationalization. They included a small majority of the Labor supporters polled. The picture of the liu.v.so austerity, which is the imam 1 the Labor Party conjures up in the average j voter's mind, is out of keeping with , today's mood. The average Briton does not want to be told to lighten i his belt, to he lectured lo by Socialist prophets whatever the merit i of their views. j He is out for a bit of fun He : wants to have a flutter on the horse | races, to put five bob on the football pools, to buy a sports car on ; the installment plan. He will give I his vote to the party that promises the gayest future. i The two major political parties have been quick to sense the new ! mood. The Labor Party has rushed ; into print with a plan calling for ja comprehensive sports and rocre- i ation program, to he financed by levying a tax of a penny per week per capita. j The Conservatives are promising to spend, from S21 lo $;m million a year more than at present on leisure-time activities. To most observers, it looks as though the election may he won by l he parly ihat can promise more cakes with the ale, more beer with the skittles. St. Ann's School Elects Class Officers VAIL — St Ann's High School has elected class officers. They are: Senior class — President. Willel- ta Krai; vice president, Patricia Ryan: secretary. Lois Schulte; treasurer, Karen Median Junior class — President. Cat hi Siegner, vice president, Denny I.ufl; secretary, Mary Claire O'Connell; treasurer, Pat Luft. Sophomore class — President, Nancy Brogan. vice president, .loo Krai; secretary, Georgia L o h- man; treasurer, .lanct Gallagher. Freshman class — President, .lim Nepple; vice president, Rita Hosener; secretary, Marilyn Osterlund; treasurer, Cornelius Gallagher Sodality officers were also elected. They are: prefect. Lois Schulte; vice prefect, Pat Walsh; secretary, Joe Zimmerman, treasurer, Karen Meohan. 'ME-TOOISM' IN MOSCOW: Laborite leaders Aneurin Bevan and Hugh Gaitskell were modelng Russian hats when Priino Minister Macmillan called the general election back home.

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