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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 10, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited ior the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LX1V Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY OCTOBER 10 1957 This Paper Consists of Two 008 No 1 PTAin Annual Election North iowans Get Posts Two North Iowans were elected to the board of managers of the Iowa Congress of Parents and Teachers at the state convention which was scheduled to close Thursday afternoon in Mason City Mrs Wayne McGowan Mason City who has been serving as state summer roundup chairman was named director of organiza tion Mrs Glen Staley Hampton past district president wa elected director of health Others elected were L L Wood ruff Burlington director of ex tension and Warren R Morrow Atlantic director of education Mrs C B Pilcher Lawton re ported the elections at the Thurs day morning session at Roosevelt School Resolutions Made TRAILS THE RUSSIAN SATELLITE Rocket Seen Over US FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES CAMBRIDGE Mass The thirdstage rocket trailing of the headquarters for tracking the manmade moon He saw the rocket for 30 to 40 seconds He said it appeared as James Plato a member of Opia third or fourth magnitude star trailing the earthgirdling man made moon The satelite itseli never has been seen officially in Russian satellite Thursday wasieratioii Moonwatch in Connect40 degrees above the horizon at the United States sighted officially ior the first tuneicut spotted the rocket at 45degree angle Dr J Allen Hynek of the over the United Stales am CST from atop New Hav Plato was scanning the laboratory confirmed The telescope sighting by ajen Conn State Teachers Colern horizon with a telescope Platos sighting Hynek also re Connecticut scientist was con jlege when he made the sighting firmed here by the Smithsonian Plato said the rocket looked The rocket which gave the satof the rocket had been taken strophysical Laboratory worldjlike a Taint star ioiiiin iiccinii t ported that the first photograph Concern for the rising tide of problems in Iowa affecting the welfare of children brought forth resolutions from the board of managers in a special session Wednesday night Addressing themselves to the Iowa legislators and state offici als the Congress managers asked that particular attention be paid to the growing need of funds for the dependent children program for more adequate fiscal support for college and university pro grams for new schools more teachers and improved financial support for public schools and for growing budgetary needs of programs affecting juvenile pro tection health and rehabilitation Expressing faith in due gov ernmental process in Iowa the board urged special attention to the need for positive and reason ably permanent action as soon as possible Thursday opened with a mem bership breakfast at xthe Hotel Hanford Mrs Robert Piper Sioux City membership chair man presided The Rev Robert L Stone pastor of the First Con gregational Church gave the in vocation Conference Groups Conference group meetings were conducted during the morn ing at Roosevelt Dr John S Carroll Santa Barbara Calif presided at the session of the administrators and the PTA Roy Meadows Grimes juvenile pro tection and safety Dr Leonard C Murray DCS Moines legisla tion and Dr Ralph Ojemann Iowa City parent and family anc the national magazine was concluded magazine box NEW PTA OFFICERS Four directors Hampton director of health and Mrs were elected by the Iowa Congress of Par Wayne A McGowan Mason City clirec ents and Teachers at their annual conven tor of organization L L Woodruff of tion closed Thursday in Mason City Left Burlington not pictured was elected to right are Warren R Morrow Atlantic director of extension director of education Mrs Glen I Staley Action on Space Control Mandatory Lodge Says UNITED NATIONS N Y United States warned Thursday the world must not miss the chance of harnessing The morning with the Iowa lunch at noon at Roosevelt Next years convention will be held at Council Bluffs Two Men Killed in Jet Crash on West Iowa Border COUNCIL BLUFFS P A T3 jet trainer crashed while makm an instrument approach to Offul Air Force Base Wednesday night Lodge presenting the Western disarmament position to the United Nations main political icommittee made no direct refer or peace mans new pioneeringjence to Russias manmade moon fforts in outer space U S Ambassador Henry Cabot now circling the globe but he said mendous force of atomic energ by putting it under internatiom control We made that proposa lellite its final push into space Good Talk Produces Argument FORT DODGE ffi A flurry of discussion continued Thursday over a flareup which followed a speech by the Rev Merwin Coac of Boone Iowas Democratic 6th District congressman at a dis rict American Legion confer ence here Wednesday afternoon Coad devoted a portion of his speech to the U S missile pro gram and some of his remark were critical of the progress made After his talk a motion was made which some of those pres ent described as requesting that because Coad was a nonveteran and his talk was political to a nonpolitical organization he be escorted from the hall Both Are Attorneys j The motion was credited to Wj C Guthrie with Stewart Lund as the second Both men are Web ster City attorneys After discussion a motion that the proposal be tabled was de clared adopted The motion was BRAVES DO IT H Braves H Yanks B B H DETAILS ON SPORTS PAGE Yokohama WAC Detachment Told to Shape Up With Assistance of Girdles Etc YOKOHAMA Japan WAC detachment in Yokohama has been told to shape up before Saturday with an assist from falsies and girdles where neces sary standing inspection met speci fications perfectly Most of the faults were minor Some did not fill their WAC uniforms properly Some of the young ladies The word came from the out who are not gifted in some ways fits were told they could make im Frost Reported in Most of Iowa Warm Trend Seen Frost or freezing temperatures vere reported over much of Iowa arly Thursday as temperatures dropped to the lowest level of the all season at many points The 27 degree reading at Spen cer was the coldest of the season n the state eclipsing the 28 de rees reported at McGregor Sept 27 Mason City reported a low of 28 degrees Fort Dodge and Wa erloo 30 and Atlantic 32 Lows anged up to 39 at Sioux City The Weather Bureau said the cold Canadian high pressure sys tem responsible for Iowas cool weather would drift slowly east ward A warming trend in tem peratures was expected to begin n western Towa Thursday and continue over the state Friday and Saturday High temperatures Wednesday We seek agreement on ways toj control the latest creation of sci outer space weapon This device can serve the pur poses of peace or it can blow us to bits We have only begun to learn of its possibilities but we know it is too dangerous to ig nore In 1946 when the United States alone had nuclear wea pons we proposed to the United The world knows now that a notofficialiy entered in the mun decade of anxiety and trouble could have been avoided if that plan had been accepted We now have a similar oppor tunity to harness for peace mans new pioneering efforts in outer space We must not miss this chance Lodge repeated the proposal made by the Western powers at the London disarmament confer ence earlier this year to establish a technical committee to Nations a plan to insure the j of objects through outer space peaceful use of this new and trelwill be exclusively for peaceful commander Some of the girls think Lt Jcane Wolcott of Kent Ohio went too far One subordi nate said she might write her congressman I didnt exactly order them the pretty lieutenant provements For a few who were beginning to bulge a bit 1 suggested girdles For a few others I suggested padding for the elsewhere When a WAC isnt well en dowed the well formed lieu utes Gutbrie himself declared Thurs day that the intent of his motion was to ban any nouveterans as future speakers at Legion meet ings Guthrie also declared he had never been a candidate for political office and said he does not plan to be one Not Fair District Commander Robert Gengler Whittemore said Thurs he did not regard the motion said Thursday I just told tenant explained the uniform them and next Saturday Ill has a tendency to dip in front of the shoulders Padding at the shoulders will take the dip out So will falsies tern to assure that the sending The Weather to cloudy through Friday A little warmer Friday otherwise little temperature change L o w Thursday night 3035 with scat tered frost likely High Friday 5560 Iowa Clear to partly cloudy through Friday Continued cool as fair to Coad or to the Legion Coad said afterward he did not care to discuss internal affairs of the Legion He added that he sup see whats been done The advice a girltogirl talk came after Lt Wolcotts first inspection last Saturday of her 9Cwoman detachment The female outfit is on duty at the Army transportation terminal and regional camp in Yoko hama This is what the lady looey says she found when she in spected Only one of the 86 women at Newbrook Alberta with a SuperSchmidt camera He said officials presume the photo graph was good Australian Report Laboratory also re ceived a message from Sydney Australia reporting sighting of 3lfi rocket ami fKe satellite ynek said the report showed the ocket trailing the satellite by bout 700 miles indicating the ulf between the two was widen ng He said this meant the rocket efinitely will plummet and dis ntegrate soon The signals emitted by the phere were reported by listen ng posts in various places to lave changed from the original eepbeep sound Occasional Beep The US Naval Research Lab oratory here said it was receiving a hum interspersed with an oc casional beep Radio operators in Mexico told of hearing a signal that sounded like psst psst psst A spokesman at the Naval Re search Laboratory said the differ ence in signals might be explained a variation in receiving equip ment or perhaps the location of he sets in relation to the path of the satellite Moscow announced the satel lite had traveled the equivalent of five round trips to the moon Moscow Radio said the Sputnik had traveled 2173000 miles in making 78 revolutions around the globe since it was launched Fri Lt Wokott admitted that nei ther falsies nor girdles are gov ernment issue The girls must buy their own For this reason I couldnt or der them to improve their ap pearance and there will be no disciplinary action against any who refuse to do so she as sured and scientific purposes If there is general agreement to proceed with this study on a multilateral basis the United States is prepared to join in this initiative without waiting for con clusion of negotiations on other substantive proposals Lodge said The debate took on unusual sig nificance because of Russias success in launching the earth satellite and the presence in the I LITTLE ROCK Ark Fingerprint Rule Is Ordered Waived WASHINGTON UP The U posed it would be impossible for s announced Thursday that it any politician to make a talk which could not be construed by some persons as political Most Students at Little Rock School Return to Classes will waive fingerprint require ments for Russians and most other foreigners on visits to the U S of less than one year United Nations of Lt Gen Antoli Thursday night with frost likelyjArkaclyevich Blagonaravov one northeast low 30 northeast toof tne Soviet Unions top scien 40 southwest Warmer Friday I lists I A US spokesman said Sputnik and warmerjhas not altered the basic Western approach to disarmament but con iMinnesota Fair high 5060 SHIP ABANDONED HONOLULU Navyj announced Thursday that all 45 crewmen abandoned the Mission Miguel when the tanker be GlobeGazette weather data up am Thursday Maximum Wednesday 53 Minimum Wednesday night 28 At 8 am Thursday 36 ceded it is certain to be the sub ject of extensive discussion dur Negro students were escorted without incident Thursday into Central High School for another day of racially integrated class DADDY AGAIN SANTA MONICA Calif I7P Comedian Jerry Lewis Thursday said hes stumped for a name for his fourth son I had picked out Catherine because I was expect ing a what do I do now the comedian grinned after the baby arrived The 7 pound 13ounce infant and Lewis wife Patti were doing fine day l Wm Clark Former U S Justice Dies COLOMBO Ceylon liam 66 controversial former US chief justice in post war Germany died of a heart attack while on vacation here it was reported Thursday Clark was vacationing with his wife at Nuwheraeliya Clark was appointed chief jus tice of the Court of Appeals of the US military government in Germany in 1948 He held that post until 1953 when he was dis missed in the climax of a long fued with then US High Com missioner James B Conant es Half a dozen federalized Naj tional Guardsmen crossed the campus with the Negroes Sev eral score white students looked Elizabeth First Caught Philips Eye at Naval College in 1939 EDITORS NOTE Finding 113yearold JLilibet as the Londoajried his training into the Battle a husband who is both suitable tabloids called her with gushylof Jutland three years later as ing the cant close j on There was no demonstration and whom she can love is a problem that more than one brassiness and nine year olda sublieutenant During that his Princess Margaret Rose took offitoric naval battle which helped An Offutt spokesmen said twojgan listing dangerously and J YEAR AGO inrn died in the crash to capsize on Maro Maximum The men were identified asReef 750 miles northwest of hereI Minimum Capt Leslie Lundberg 36 San Bernardino Calif and Maj Dan Baker 40 Wcnatchee Wash The plane was from Laughlin Air Force Base Del Rio Tex It was last heard from when it called the CAA control tower at pm Shortly afterward Harvey Voss who farms about five miles south of Treynor Towa saw the plane heading south then turn north and suddenly burst into flames and fall ORDINANCE FAILS HOUSTON Tex Council man Louie Welch Wednesday moved that the city prepare an ordinance making it illegal for Russian satellites to fly over Houston but his effort died for lack of a second 27 SAMS DATEl954553 Why the YWCA To help 500 YTeen Club girls to choose the values to guide their lives in the light of Chris tian purpose To give the younger girls space for expending their energies in wholesome swimming or playing To give girls space to stretch their questioning minds unfold their abilities and express their ideas Creative needs are met in craft sewing cook ing and dramatic classes Volunteer adults work with the girls to teach them something of community living Club sessions on good grooming hair styling poise and correct dress help meet intense concern over personal appearance They also permit an exchange of ideas with young people of different backgrounds and points of view The doors swung open 60000 times last year ior young visitors All the Red Feather agencies help make Ma son City a better place to live Page 26 ervice the door on outer space Clear Lake Girl Runs Into Side of Car Injured Linda Jean Gagnon 7 Clear ake was in Mercy Hospital hursday after suffering injuries vhen she ran into the side of a ar in Clear Lake Thursday uorning Hospital authorities said the hilds condition was satisfac ory Clear Lake police said the girl darted from the sidewalk and truck the side of a car driven by George E Pctersen also of Clear Lake The accident oc curred at am The girl who lives with her grandparents Mr and Mrs Da vid Gagnon was on her way to Central School at the time The accident occurred two blocks east of the school The girl was treated in Clear Lake by Dr A B Phillips and then taken to Mercy Hospital by ambulance School authorities said 46 out Queen Elizabeth the problem of 74 students who have been never really existed Here in under suspension have been re instated or will be shortly Mosl of the suspensions were for three days others were for indefinite Royal Princess has found near on a royal yacht trip that waslto decide World War I a shell impossible But for Britains jto have a momentous effect onfrom a German man o war hit in the elder of the two girls And onjllie walcr near Georges ship British history skipped like a flat stone travcl the fourth of a series of The yacht was Victoria andins at better than thc speed of cles is the story of her roAlbert a treasured barge Thesound and shot a fow feet harm mance with Prince Philip idcslinalion was the Royal Naval over his head at Dartmouth For the A few feet lower and Elizabeth TGeorge VI Queen Lluabeth andmidshipman there in 1913 carISvcarold Prince named Phihn addition attendance Wed Philip h ad a mixed life He y totaled with 190 abh terms Many of those 1957 n il was a never would have existed from classes had taken part inj News Service the bcst dayS hS lifel Thc Royal Familv knew sev a walkout or in other disturb jhac bcen sPenl at Britains navallcral of the naval cadets of 1D39 ances j In the summer of 1939 Kingacadcrny He was graduated aincluding a strikingly handsome In ncsday sent Thc absentees included those under suspension School officials have said normal ab senteeism runs about five per cent which would amount to around 100 pupils out of Central Highs enrollment of almost 2000 METEOR SPOTTED DENVER The Cicil Aero nautics Administration said a A Known Fact Wives Favorite Pastime Is Moving Furniture WASHINGTON UP Some i American housewives admitted Thursday to something their husbands have known all along The womens favorite household pastime is moving furniture The admission came in a poll of 100 young women attending a Congress on Better Living A few also put top preference on interior decorating and cook huge fireball passed over the ing Denver area shortly after 4 am High on their lists of most i was born on the island of Coriu off the coast of Greece June 10 1921 fifth child but first son of Prince Andrew of Greece and Princess Alice of BaUenberg His mother was the daughter of Louis Alexander of Battcnberg first Marquess of Milford Haven the Austrianborn British sailor who stoutly resigned as First Sea Lord of thc Admiralty when war broke out in I9U because of his name and place of birth The latter was a source of embar rassment to the patriot through the war period The former could be Angelicized and it was to Mountbatten Andrew was a Dane son of Kins George I of the Hellenes in turn son of King Christian IX of Denmark Prince Philips mothers mother was Princess Victoria of Hesse granddaughter of Queen Victoria Thirteenyear old Princess Elizabeth and 18 ycnr old Midshipman Philip MoiintbaUen m e t as less than Thursday A CAA spokesman said it undoubtedly was a meteor disliked chores was ironing shirts and mending KING GEORGE VI QUEEN This royal portrait of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth parents of lie present reigning monarch Elizabeth II was taken in but as cquaf grcau 1017 Following the death of Kin George in 1952 his greatgrandchildren of Victoria wife assumed the title of Queen Mother i The young prince who could   

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