Mason City Globe Gazette, October 19, 1957

Mason City Globe Gazette

October 19, 1957

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 19, 1957, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE jft NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LX1V Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wirei Seven Cents Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCTOBER 19 1957 This Paper Consists of Two No 9 Bonn Cuts Diplomatic Ties With Tito Expedite Work on Missiles Defense Boss Takes Charge WASHINGTON Secretary of Defense McElroy Friday took personal command of the ballistic missile programs He ordered the military departments to give him weekly progress reports McElroy who has been defens boss for only 10 days made known his decision in a memor andum addressed to the secre taries of the Army Navy and the Air Force McElroy said his preliminary study of the missile program re vealed no regulations to hamper progress in developing ballistic weapons But he said it is ap parent that we should give con tinuing attention to the removal or modification of any regulations which could conceivably impede progress Direct Contact McElroy told the service chiefs to advise h i in directly if they needed any help on scientific problems which might be imped ing development so that we may obtain the earliest possible help from scientists within or outside of the government He instructed the service secre taries to furnish a short weekly memorandum to his guided mis sile assistant showing progress and marking a copy for his per sonal attention His guided missile assistant is William Holaday who was ap pointed by former Secretary of Defense Charles E Wilson Visited Centers McElroy said in his memoran dum that in the weeks before he took office he had visited various missile centers and wit nessed firings of both opera tional and de velopment wea pons which in general met or exceeded their design specifi cations McElroy said he was greatly encouraged by the progress and declared that the great import ance to our national security of maintaining these programs on schedule is obvious McElroy said that all requests for permission to use overtime in the missile programs had been approved as far as he was aware General Dynamics Co which is building the intercontinental Atlas missile has been working its employes on a 5day 40hour week in line with government di rectives It is restricted to 9 per cent overtime weekly The restrictions were imposed by Wilson in conjunction with the administrations policy of limit ing defense expenditures to billion yearly The aircraft industry is expect ed to propose that workers in the Atlas program go on a 9 hour day and 6day week thus increasing by an estimated one third the amount of time devoted to the ICBM STRATEGY HUDDLE IN WAR OP WORDS close conference at United Nations headquarters in New York as the General Assembly voted to take up charges that Turkey menaces Syrias se curity are these representatives of a Com munistdominated bloc Left to right are Syrias Salah Bitar Russias V V Kuz netsov Syrias Farid Zeineddine back to camera and Egypts Mahmound Fwazi MCELROY Latimer Woman Injured in Car Wagon Collision KLEMME Mrs Stenus Harms Latimer was in the Bel mond Hospital with injuries suf fered in an accident Friday after noon when she with her husband and two small sons Michael 3 and Rickey IVa were driving on a gravel road four miles north of Belmond The Harms ear collided with a wagon loaded with corn being pulled by a tractor owned by Kobert Kolkwars The passengers in the car were all taken to the Belmond Hospital U N to Debate Charges UNITED NATIONS NY The United Nations agreed Fri day to a fullscale debate on SovietSyrian charges that Tur key and the United States are plotting to touch off war in the Middle East By a vote of 660 with a single abstention Liberia the 82na tion Assembly approved a rec ommendation of its Steering Committee that it take up the Syrian complaint that a threa exists to Syrian security and also to world peace The Assembly convened within 20 minutes of the action by the Steering Committee and decided to open the debate on a conven lent date next week This will probably be on Tuesday The Assembly completed its procedural action and adjournec within less than half an hour Both the United States and Turkey denied the SovietSyrian accusations but said they had nc objections to putting the Middle East crisis before the Assembly Ambassador Henry Cabo Lodge told the Steering Commit tee the United States welcome discussion in the United Nations and in particular the opportunity for a full airing of the Soviet ai legations TV Channel 12 Is Granted to Minnesota Firm The Federal Communication Commission has blocked effort of Lee Television Mason City I open a satellite station nea Estherville The FCC has granted the application of KNUJ Inc New Ulm Minn to establish Channel 12 south and west of Mankato Walter K Mickelson president of KNUJ said plans are to build a station with the maximum 336 000 watts of power and a 1000 foot tower The station is planned near Lewisvilie Minn This would give the Mason City area only fringe reception That location for the station is The Weather rtason City Mostly fair con tinued cool Saturday night Frost again early Sunday In creasing cloudiness and mild Sunday Low Saturday night 30 33 High Sunday 5862 owa Fair and cool east to cloudy and warmer extreme west Sat urday night lows 3238 east to 4248 west Considerable cloudi ness and mild Sunday with a chance of light showers extreme west Minnesota Fail continued cool GlobeGazette weather data up o 8 am Saturday Maximum 57 Minimum 21 At 8 am 35 YEAR AGO Maximum 76 Minimum 49 Pinays Bid for Premier Is Failure PARIS National As sembly Friday night rejected An toine Pinays bid to be Premier Airman Rescued at Sea expected to give local reception to Mankato New Ulm and Fair mont Mickelson said Studios will be established first at Man kato he said Shell Rock Man to Head Iowa 100F SIOUX CITY UP Vernon Garner Shell Rock was installed as grand master as the Iowa Odd Fellows closed its 109th annual of France He had offered to serve once again with a rightist Cabinet he put together yesterday The Assemblys rejection left the 18day French political crisis more confused than ever Pinay prepared to go immedi ately to the Elysee Palace and report his defeat to President Rene Coty who now must find a new candidate to form the 24th postwar government of France It was thought that the Presi dents next choice might be a member of the Catholic Popular Republicans either 72yearold exPremier Robert Schuman or Pierre Pflimlin Miller Objects to New Complicated7 Income Tax Form DES MOINES W State Sen Jack Miller RSioux City and officials of the Iowa Tax Com mission were involved in a verbal battle Saturday over the length ened income tax form the com mission plans to use next year Miller an advocate of the two page short form now in use fired a salvo Friday in a letter to Gov Herschel Loveless He called the contemplated fourpage form which the commission claims is needed to get more information from taxpayers a complicated fineprint monstrosity Leon Miller chairman of the Tax Commission and George Ei scheid director of the income tax division showed no disposition to yield They said the new form CO RUN A Spain tirVAmerican pilot William Wyatt attempting a nonstop TexasRomeflight in a single engine plane crashed into the sea off this port Satur day A Spanish fishing vessel res cued him Trying to beat a world distance record for light planes held by the late William Odom Wyatt was forced to come down in the sea about 50 miles northwest of this northwest Spanish coastal town because ice had formed on his wings He came down near the fishing vessel and succeeded in break ing the glass in his cabin win dows so that he could crawl out The plane remained afloat until the Spanish ship picked him up Wyatt was piloting a single en gine plane in an effort to better the 4957mile record set by Odom in 1949 He hoped to set a new record of 5693 miles by his flight to Rome from Galveston The Spanish fishing boat brought Wyatt to this port where he was met by local municipai and air force authorities Earlier in the morning US and French Air Force planes from Bordeaux had begun search for the 25yearold former Marine pilot when he failed to report in there Royalty Attends Game U S Visit Continuing WASHINGTON Queen Eliza beth II turned Saturday from af fairs of state like BritishAmeri can unity to watch her first American football game Friday night she dined and ex changed with Secretary of State Dulles a pledge of unceasing free and friendly cooperation as she put it in a formal toast to Presi dent Eisenhower Saturday she was a guest for the University of MarylandNorth Carolina University football game Her seat was in a carefully engi neered box at the 50yard line But before the game in nearby College Park Md she and her tall blond husband Prince Philip went through a round of the sort of thing they usually do at home Embassy Reception First up was a British Embassy reception for the diplomatic staffs here of the commonwealth na tions Following that the Queen conferred honors on American and commonwealth citizens Then came the laying of a foundation stone for a new office building at the British Embassy Philip vis ited the Marine barracks for a troop review The climax of Saturdays pro gram was a state dinner at the WARMING UP FOR SPOOKS Mary Beth Wilson 6 gets herself geared up for Halloween spooks by wear ing a black cat as a chapeau in Chesterland Ohio That chocolate coated ice cream sucker helps ease the way Nashua Woman embassy honoring President and Mrs Eisenhower Elizabeth was reported mean vhile to have informally sounded out Eisenhower on the possibility of his visiting London next year The British Information Serv ices in Washington denied any in vitation had been extended But n London officials close to Buck ingham Palace and the cabinet said they understood the Queen had personally and informally let Eisenhower Know a visit would be welcome when he finds time They did not say what response she got Personal Touch It was clear to all observing the petite Queen that she has found a new role for herself here Per haps because of criticism at home from people like Lord Altrincham and writer Malcolm Muggeridge Elizabeth has changed her style They complained to the constern ation of the royal household that her public behavior lacked enough of the human touch She certainly has it here Usu ally blase Washington was de lighted with her broad smile blue Dies n Crash Objects to Red Links Strong Move by Adenauer BONN Germany wiWest Ger many severed diplomatic rela tions with Yugoslavia Saturday The Yugoslav ambassador called he action an example of sense less pressure The ambassador 42yearold Dusan Kveder said at a news conference shortly after he was told to go home that Bonns ac tion would lead to direct dam age to Bonn West Germany and the general political situation in the world Kveder did not explain whafe these consequences would be It was the first time since 1871 hat a German government act ng in peacetime had broken dip lomatic ties with another coun try Foreign Minister Heinrich Von Brentano who told Kveder of his governments decision said the move was made as a result of Yugoslavias recognition of Com munist East Germany which Bonn denies has any legal exist ence Strong Step Up to the last moment Yugo slav officials had been saying they hoped responsible opinion would prevail and Bonn would not take the strong step The Communist party news paper in Belgrade said Friday night that breaking relations would be contrary tothe basic principles of international rela tions It said Yugoslavias atti CHARLES CITY One woman was killed and three persons were hurt Friday night in a twocar collision at the Roseville Corner intersection 10 miles southwest of here on Iowa 14 Mrs Edwin Leo Crahan 62 Nashua was killed in the crash and her husband 66 was seriously hurt The two men in the other Wilson E Clark 42 and My of All ron Eikenberry 34 both Greene were also injured Arguments on Korean Bonus to Be Heard DES MOINES on the constitutionality of the 1955 Iowa Korean War Veterans Bonus Act are scheduled to be presented to the State Supreme Court some time in the week of Nov 12 an attorney said Saturday Kent Emery former assistant attorney general and counsel for the plaintiff in a friendly suit eyes and clear complexion Theyjagainst the act said the progress liked her demure manner on ocjof the case has been one of the casions such as her visit o Chilfastest Eligible veterans are anxiMrs Alex JVIihm Fort Atkinson were taken to a local hospital Floyd County Sheriff R C Mc Cartney said the two cars appar ently moved into the intersection at the same time He said the Crahan car apparently stopped at a stop sign and just started out when it was hit by the car driven by Clark Funeral services for Mrs Crahan will be held Monday at 10 am at St Michaels Catholic Church Nashua Burial will be at Calvary Cemetery at Charles City The Grossman Funeral Home Charles City is in charge tude toward West Germany had lot been changed by recognition of the Red government German Chancellor K o n r a d Adenauer had threatened to treat as an unfriendly act any recogni tion of East Germany by a na tion outside the Soviet bloc Yugo slavia is the first nation outside that bloc to offer to send an am bassador to East Berlin ArabAsian Bloc The German government feared that unless it took a tough line other governments might follow Belgrades lead It is particularly worried about the ArabAsian na tions with whom West Germany She band is survived by her hus one son William Colo rado two daughters Mrs Mar cus Herman Marble Rock and has expanding East Germany drens Hospital and her regal bearing at ultraformal functions like the banquet with Dulles at the Pan American Union Building ions to get the money Procedure Set Up jand six grandchildren Also surviving are four broth where Harms and two children convention Friday Eimer Hunt were treated and released Mrs Harms has fracUircd ribs and possible internal injuries The driver of the tractor was unhurt Creston was installed as deputy grand master was as short and simple a commission could make it the and still give the information needed to enforce the law Eischeid said The Rebekah Assembly ini the present form has cost the stalled Nettie Delahoyde Mason I state about in lost rcve City as marshal Inue since it was adopted in 1955 LATEST EISENHOWER PAINTING AP Photofax This painting of Prince Charles done by President Eisenhower has been presented to Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip The President finished the work just before the Roya Couples arrival in this country Lasi May the Polk County Disjers Gus George Charles City rict Court ruled the act is Albert and Louis George all of Waterloo Her parents three brothers and one sister pre utional It hus to clear the Su preme Court before the financing xnds can be offered for sale and he payment procedure set up This case was docketed by the upreme Court in August and ook its regular place Emery aid He pointed out the technical procedure which must be followed n the appeal of a case to the ligh court Emery is attorney for A F Fa ber editor of the Iowa American egion Legionnaire Faber is plaintiff in the case for no other eason than to get a final ruling on it Many Letters Meanwhile the Iowa World War I Bonus Division which would administer the Korean bonus act s continuing to get many letters rom the veterans asking about he prospect for payment of the jonus However even if the Supreme ourt approves the act and there s no telling when it might rule here is another major hurdle The act limits bond interest to a maximum of 2Vi per cent In view of higher money rates fis cal experts have said it probably would be difficult to sell the bonds within the interest limit ceded her in death Mason City Has Low Reading21 The mercury tumbled to a new low for the fall season in Iowa early Saturday as Mason City reported a low of 21 degrees Readings were in the 20s at many points as Waterloo report ed 27 Spencer 28 and Davenport 29 Temperatures Saturday trade relations is trying to in crease its trade with these na tions The United States meanwhile declared its sympathy with West Germany A statement issued by the State Department said This government was con sulted by the federal German gov ernment regarding this matter jWe expressed understanding of the reasons which made it sary for the federal government to take this action Press Officer Lincoln White is sued the statement in response to inquiries It was in line with dec larations Friday by Britain and France Most lowans Fail to See Sputniks Carrier Rocket If you are an lowan who saw the carrier rocket for Sputnik Friday evening you are apparent ly one of the few who did expected to be as on Friday about when Thousands of persons looked to the sky shortly after 7pm for rockets scheduled passage afternoon highs ranged from 53 at Dubuquc to 63 at Council Bluffs A slight warming trend indicated for Sunday and the treme TAKE OVER BASES MUNICH Germany UP Four US Air Force bases in West Germany will be taken over by the fledgling West German air force next spring officials said Saturday I SAME over Iowa but most of them ap parently missed it The thirdstage carrier for the Russian satellite in the dying moments of daylight failed to put on a show as it did in the pre was Weather Bureau said there might dawn hour Friday when numerous be a few light showers in exresidents reported seeing it Sputnik itself was circling in an orbit a half hour behind the rocket and thus was not readily visible North lowans will have another chance Saturday night however The rocket is scheduled to pass Dver again at about oclock moving from southwest to the northeast DIES OF INJURIES DAVENPORT UP Robert Hanscn 5 Davenport died Kri clay night of injuries received in a traincar accident near Walcott Iowa last Saturday Black flag means traffic dCitli In past 21 bouri ;

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