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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 24, 1957, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAK ES ALL NORTH 1OWANS NEIGHBOR S VOL LXIV Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires GREATER MASON CITY DAYS 0 Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY OCTOBER 24 1957 ORDER DRAFTING OF PLANS Atomic Missile Pool Approved This Paper Consists of Two Ono No 13 MMillan Ike Note Progress WASHINGTON wi President Eisenhower and British Prime Minister Macmillan Thursday reached basic agreement on pool ing scientific and weapons devel opment work They named two groups of ex perts to work out specific recom mendations in the atomic and missiles fields A joint statement issued at the White House disclosed Lewis L Strauss U S Atomic Energy Commission chairman and Sir Edwin Plowden chair man of theBritish Atomic Energy Authority were designated to make recommendations in the field of nuclear relationship and cooperation Greater Service Sir Richard Powell British per manent defense secretary and Donald Quarles US deputy de fense secretary were instructed to make recommendations in the field of military defense particu larly those problems dealing with missiles and rocketry Under the directive of the President and the Prime Minis ter said the joint statement it was emphasized that the work of these two groups should be guid ed by the underlying principle of the meeting Namely how our two countries can be of greater serv ice to the free world This section of the statement was paralleled by another para graph saying that Eisenhower Macmillan secretary of State Dulles and Foreign Secretary Lloyd had reported Thursday morning on the essence of a din ner discussion they had Wednes day night This summary said they were in full agreement on finding ways to harness their nations re sources to meet the challenge of growing Soviet power Second Day This was the second day of con ference between the President and the British Prime Minister on the subject of Russias scienti ficmilitary challenge All four the statement said the fact that this meet ing was being held to study ways in which our two countries can be of greater service to the free world and towards that end how our joint resources can be pooled and utilized to maximum efficien cy Press Secretary James Hagerty said there was no doubt there would be some discusion at a din ner meeting at the White House Thursday night dealing with the works of two groups or advisers He thought the advisers would re port to Eisenhower and Macmil lan before their talks end Friday Questioned about the fact that Eisenhower would be limited in what he could do to increase USBritish cooperation in atom ic research and development un less US law is changed Hagerty said both the British and our selves realize legislation in this field would be needed and the fact has been fully taken into account Snow Flakes Seen Over North Iowa The first snow of the season a few wispy flakes floated down orer North Iowa Thursday morn ing The Weather Bureau said a continued scattering of snow over the northern reaches of Iowa was possible by Thursday night before skies begin to clear after three days of rain Mason Citys low early Thurs day was 36 degrees By 2 pm it had warmed up to 37 degrees A low of around 20 was forecast Thursday night CYCLE COMPLETED HARWICK Vt P Wesson 89 died Wednesday in the same room of his home where ht was born in 1868 Cape Cana Altitude Mark for Missile WASHINGTON UP The United States has taken mans highest known step yet in the race to the moon stabbing a rocket an estimated 10004000 miles or more into a record Precisely how high the slender multistage missile probed into the unknown wont be until calculations are completed possibly Friday But AirForce scientists believe it soared 1000 to 4000 miles or more easily out distancing Russias earth satellite or any other known projectile ever sent aloft by man Balloon Platform The rocket it was disclosed Wednesday night was triggered Monday by the Air Force opera tion Farside from a balloon supported platform 20 miles high over Eniwetok Atoll in the Pacific to help it escape the earths at mosphere While a considerable feat ex perts said Farside ranks distinctly below Russias achievement in hurling a satellite into orbit around the globe Neither does it AP Pfaotofax ROARING TAKEOFF The Navys Vanguard rocket being developed to launch this coun trys first earth satellite roars upward from its firing platform at Cape Canaveral Fla The primary propellent of the mis sile is liquid oxygen Vanguard Rocket in Test Firing FROM OUR WIKB SERVICES WASHINGTON the Defense LUC iOUKei Department Wednesday anwould disintegrate along with all nounced the successful test its instruments upon reentering launching of a Vanguard earth the earths atmosphere Its fate at mean necessarily the United States has leaped in front in the race to develop longrange mis siles carrying Hbomb warheads Psychological Boost Perhaps Farsides biggest initial significance is in giving the free world a strong psychological boost toward overcoming Russias WASHINGTON W com pletion of questioning of George Faunce Jr a vice president of Continental Baking Co the Sen at Rackets Investigation Commit tee Thursday completed its pub lic hearing into labor affairs at the Morton Frozen Foods plant a division of Continental at Webster City Iowa The committee earlier had tak scientific Sputnik It was gains apparent in its expected the not known however Mean while data from its instruments was radioed to earth in coded telemeter messages This is satellite rocket veral Fla This was the third in a series of testfirings leading to the ac im is tual attempt to launch a satellite at scientists are now evaluat crammed with scientific instrulng on the West Coast ments next March It was not designed to reach an orbit and circle the earth at this Russias Sputnik said the rocket time like rocket The Navy reached a height of 109 miles and the peak speed was 4250 miles an hour after 140 seconds of thrust by the single rocket engine The rocket fell into the sea 328 miles off the Florida coast A spokesman described it an extremely successful test The bulletshaped vehicle fired Wednesday looked much like the actual satellite launcher to be used next March It carried the same engine in the first stage of the rocket But except for some test instruments the second third stages were dummies and TO RUN AGAIN WASHINGTON UP Rep Daniel A Reed NY 82 who has served longer in Congress than any other present Republi can member says it is his pres ent intention to seek reelection next year SOMETHING TO REMEMBER THEM BY Lee Mitchell and his wife look bewilder ingly at a 2000 pound tire standing nearly 6feet high a gift from friends The tire filled with water was smuggled into the front room of their Denver Colo home while a surprise party was going on in the basement The reason You guessed it Mitchell is a tire company official who is retiring VICE PRESIDENT IS LAST ON STAND Webster City Probe Completed bor relations consultant to help the bakers organize the plant at Webster City and signed a soft contract with the union Before Faunce was excused Sen Curtis RNeb criticized what he said was a system of local unions being bound by con tracts they didnt enter into and never even heard read This prompted Counsel Robert signed for the union by an interfailed to see by what right the national vice president George international union and Continen Stewart and not by a local union tal Baking Co determined what iicial union should represent the work Maybe that means we ought ers at Webster City en testimony that Kennedy to observe that Nathan Shefferman Chicago lajFaunce knew the contract was to go into others of your con tracts Kennedy observed J J U11VU V CJCU If you come up with legislaby the committee during its var tion prohibiting us from dealing tJ vw j tlC QUlU t L C with a union except on the local revelations which he said showed level Faunce answered wed be very Curtis at another point said he Absences in Elementary Schools Jump Absences in the Mason City public elementary schools caused by the flu jumped Thursday to 622 as compared with 523 on Wednesday Mason City Junior College ab sences continued to decline but they climbed again Thursday in both junior high schools and the senior high school The total ab sences from all schools Thursday was 1508 as compared with 1337 Wednesday and 1203 Tuesday Because of the nany absences xnutij juuauiy uiuuuy Supt Lawrence H Shepoiser an continued cold high near 40 lnounced that the first grade re According to advance data the Farside rocket weighed 1900 pounds when it left the balloon platform This compares with a 22600pound initial weight for the Vanguard rocket which will at tempt to boost a US earth satel lite into place next March The Weather Mason City Cloudy and colder Thursday night Low lower to mid 20s Friday mostly cloudy continued cold high near 40 i lowa Cloudy south occasional porting period would be extended light rain or snow Thursdayia week Instead of the first quar night colder low lower 20s ter endmS Friday Nov 1 it will north lower 30s south Friday partly cloudy and colder Minnesota Clearing colder High Friday 3040 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Thursday Maximum 53 Minimum 36 At 8 am 36 Precipitation 02 YEAR AGO Maximum 58 Minimum 33 Army Leaders Nullify Vote in Guatemala New Ballot Set GUATEMALA lead ers running Guatemala under a state of siege threw out Sun days presidential election re sults Wednesday night after the second fatal demonstration in two days The high command announced that the election was nullified in order that a new election may be called at the first oppor tunity to solve within legal principles the presidential suc cession There was no indication when the vole would be held Congress was called into ses sion to ratify the decision and to legalize the modified form of martial law imposed Monday when demonstrations began The army said it was taking transcendental decisions to end the election strife Its ac tion apparently halted a mount ing crisis touched off by the government partys claim that its candidate Miguel Ortiz Pas sarelli had been elected Supporters of rightist Gen Miguel Ydigoras Fuentes in Guatemala City claimed he had been robbed of victory by fraud Ydigoras led in the capital but returns announced by the gov ernment party for the country side gave the presidency to Or tiz Police fired on demonstra tors raising barricades near the railway station Wednesday kill ing a man Six persons includ ing one policeman were taken to a hospital with injuries end Thursday noon Nov 7 when school is dismissed for the teach ers convention in Des Moines Friday and Saturday Report cards will be distributed Nov 13 the superintendent said This will give the students a long weekend in which to make up necessary work before the cards are issued Absences in each school School Thurs Wed GarfieJd 27 Grant 40 Harding 97 Hoover115 Jefferson 53 Lincoln 40 Madison 26 McKinley68 Roosevelt95 Washington 46 Wilson u Total 622 Monroe Jr 274 Roosevelt Jr 167 High School 355 Junior College 90 25 40 89 89 38 34 20 54 92 31 ll 523 230 123 336 125 Tues 24 28 64 58 26 35 17 42 87 21 6 408 7 104 314 200 appointment was made by W Palmer Wilson Oehvein state fi nance chairman AP Photofax CROSBY WEDS ACTRESS Bing Crosby 53 and Olive Grandstaff 23 better known as actress Kathy Grant were married Thursday at Las Vegas Nev culminating an onagain offagain threeyear romance The two are shown as they attended an Academy Award ceremony in Hollywood last year Bing Crosby Marries Actress Kathy Grant LAS VEGAS Nev Bing Miss Grant is Ihc daughter of a gan dating three years ago sur prised friends and fans Thursday by driving here and getting mar ried Even more shocking than evidence of corruption uncovered ous investigations he said were hat union members have no ights They are like pawns like hessmen They are moved about Curtis said Submitted List Merle Smith a regional direc tor for the Bakery Union testi fied that a list of suggested offi cers approved by the company for the Bakery Workers local at Webster City was submitted to him He said he called Nathan Sheffermans son Shelton and told him he couldnt go alon with some of the names on it Listed for president of the lo cal Smith said was Clifford Hayesidentified as a leader in setting up an antiunion commit tee the previous year to fight an organizing drive of the Packing house Workers Union Smith also said he had intended to set up a local negotiating com mittee to work out a contract bu was told by Stewart that they were handling the negotiation and it was taken out of his hands Subsequently he testified he received a call from Shelton Shef ferman giving him heck for no getting the company proposec slate of union officers elected Takes Exception Faunce took exception to re marks made by Sen Kennedy He quoted Sen Ken nedy as saying I do not think there is any doubt that the action your company took in this case were unfair labor practices Whether this prejudgment i true Faunce said can be prop erly left to the National Labor Re lations Boards regional office in Minneapolis where the matter i pending Faunce also said Kennedy had erred in implying improper mo tivcs for a change in the Morton managements attitude toward unions He Kennedy has neglected to make it clear that the manage mcnt of the company itself hai changed that Morton had one attitude and Continental had an other Is it really so amazim Attorney General Resigns Rogers to Be Replacement WASHINGTON W Herbert Brownell Jr resigned Wednesday as US attorney general Ha said the settling of federal policy m the Little Rock school integra tion dispute freed him to return to private law practice The White House said Presi dent Eisenhower accepted the resignation and will appoint Dep Atty Gen William P Rogers Jr to the Cabinet post Rogers is a close friend of Vice President Vixon Brownell is the sixth member of Eisenhowers original Cabinet o resign Just when he will relinquish his office was not announced How sver Brownell suggested in a etter to Eisenhower that he vould be ready to step out in two veeks Rejoin Firm The White House said Brow nell will rejoin the New York City aw firm of Lord Day Lord which he left to enter the Cabi net It said he would act as an adviser to the firm for two years nstead of as a partner because f the conflict of interest law aarring former federal officials rom handling government cases Brownell will deal only with non governmental matters the White House said Browneli held an informal news conference shortly after his resignation was announced and disclaimed any ambition for fur her public office He was asked if he might be a Republican candidate for gov ernor of New York next year Brownell replied with an em phatic No Same Answer He gave the same answer when asked if he had any political plans Asked if he might accept a presidential nomination by his party in 1960 Brownell asserted I stand on the statement I made in August when I said I am not a candidate for the governor ship of New York and I am not in a position to accept any nomi nation It is my intention to stay in private life Eisenhower named Brownell to his Cabinet after the New Yorker managed his 1D52 presidential campaign Brownell also man aged the 1948 and 1944 presiden tial bids of former Gov Thomas E Dewey of New York As boss of the Justice Depart ment and Eisenhowers chief le gal adviser Brownell has been attacked by Southern members of Congress because of his role in the Little Rock crisis and in developing the new civil rights law On civil rights questions Rog ers and Brownell see eye to eye Sen McNamara one of the first to comment on the impending BrownellRogers shift said this would not mean any change in current policies Crosby gave his full name Harry L Crosby and his age as 53 Miss Grant said she is 23 Miss Grant a brunette with big in an 8Jst Mrs Jaeger Named vhairman wiumiiv nirc c couPe obtained a eyes was born in Houston r 11 license shortly before 9 am andjand was a beauty queen before ol Phyllis Michael Jaeger Wasaid they were driving to Yeringjheading for Hollywood She is pello as state cofinance chairton Nev 350 miles north for man for the Republican Finance the wedding ceremony Instead Committee was announced they went to St Anns Catholic Thursday Announcement of the Church here and were married by Msgr John J Ryan Crosbys first wife the former I Dixie Lee died Nov 1 1952 pounds In the past she has refused to discuss her romance saying it know Bing wouldnt like il The famed crooner long one of the lands top entertainers has four sons by his first marriage SAME HERBERT BROWNELL Spirit Lake Crash Claims Second Life SPIRIT LAKE Emil Spit tier 73 Spirit Lake Thursday be came the second person to die of n juries resulting from a twocar iTash on Iowa 9 near here Wednesday night Elaine Stillwcll 7 Spirit Lake died shortly after the accident Authorities said Stillwell was Aiming into a farm lane off the highway when his car was struck Broadside by an auto driven by Robert Heins 22 also of Spirit Lake Heins escaped injury
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