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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 5, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for tht MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THl NiWSPAPlRTHAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGH BORS VOL LXIV Associated and United full Wlrec Witness Invokes Cent Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY NOVEMBER 5 1957 AP Photofax This Manfrom Mars portrait is the fanciful creation of a Dallas Tex pho tographer Clint Grant On an assignment to photograph new model autos he placed his hat over the tail lights of one and come up with an amusing spoof of current news concern ing rockets satellites and such EggShaped Object Is Discussed Mystery in New Mexico LUBBOCK Tex missile engineer reported seeing a bril liant colored eggshaped object which he said stalled autos in New Mexico Monday Witnesses say a mystery object skipped about the countryside here and near scientific military bases in New Mexico over the weekend The reported sightings startled citizens peace officers and servicemen but apparently left no concrete trace James Stokes 45 an engineer from the Air Force Missile Devel opment Center at Holloman Air Force Base Alamogordo N M told News Director Terry Clark of KALG Alamogordo 10 autos were stopped on an isolated desert high way US 54 between White Sands Proving Grounds and Alamogordo Monday Ball of Fire His description was similar to ones reporting a big ball of fire flitting about much of this west Texas area over the weekend A huge oval object nearly as bright as the sun was reported seenat White Sands Sunday hov ering near bunkers used in the first Abomb explosion Jr lu A busting outfit that plied union of Clark said the Air Force at Hoificials with costly gifts and lush loman gave him permission to use free vacations in order to influ stalled ii Fifth Probers Fail to Get Data WASHINGTON WtGeorge Ka menow former top Michigan aide to Nathan Shefferman refused Tuesday to tell Senate investiga tors whether he paid union offi cials to refrain from organizing the employes of his clients With beads of sweat conspicu ous on his face the bulky Kame now took the Fifth Amendment 74 times before the Senate Rack ets Investigating Committee He tried also to invoke provisions of the Michigan constitution i decline to be a witness against myself Kamenow said repeatedly reading from a typed statement Kamenow refused also to hand over his personal financial books and records which the commit tee headed by Sen McClellan had attempted to sub poena Sharp Rebuff In sharp tones McClellan told Kamenow I can see no differ ence between crooked union leaders who take refuge in the Fifth Amendment when called to account and representatives of business who also invoke the Fifth McClellan ordered Chief Coun sel Robert F Kennedy to ask every question about the thou sands of dollars Kennedy charges Kamenow has received since 1953 from employers and passed out to still unidentified Teamsters Union or other union officials for purpose of union busting by subtle means Kamenow made no reply to Mc Clellans remarks Big Bonuses Kennedy said a possibly incom plete recapitulation made by com mittee investigators indicated Kamenow received in 1954 from Midwestern and New Jersey employers for travel and entertainment expenditures in behalf of union officials and S30 93704 in 1955 for the same pur poses He said Kamenow re ceived salary plus bonus from Shefferman in each of those years Kamenow refused to reply to that repeating his monotonous refusal to testify against himself In the years cited Kamenow was Michigan manager of Labor ence them The committees current in is centered on Sheffermans Absences Here Drop to 1311 Stokes story He said Stokes told him occu pants of cars saw a strange identified object flying toward activities and Kamenow came in them from the northeast He said to it only as an agent of Sheffer his auto radio faded and died man then his engine stopped He said Both Shefferman and his son other cars were also Shelton Shefferman also are to appear but Kennedy said he Shallow Dive doubts they will be called before Looking up he told Clark I saw a brilliant colored eggshaped object making a shallow dive Pllhlir across the sky to the northeast Then it turned and made a pass at the highway and crossed it not more than two miles ahead Then it moved away toward White Sands Proving Grounds to the southwest As it passed I t compared When I got back to my car J J and checked the engine I found it intact but the battery was steaming But the engine started with no difficulty I called officials at the Air Force Development Center and notified them of the sighting he said He said the object moved very rapidly and its surface looked like glowing mother of pearl Joynes Dress Fit So Snugly It Split Right Down the Back LONDON UP Jayne Mansfield wore a dress that concealed her neckline when she met Queen Elizabeth Monday night But thats about all it concealed The champagnecol ored formal that stretched from chin to so skintight it split down the back shortly before she met the Queen The dress was hurriedly stitched together and 1654 Friday There also were 21 teachers absent Tuesday as compared with 25 Monday Here arc the reports of ab sences by schools for the last three days iGarfield 78 Toes Mon Frt Grant Harding Hoover Jefferson Lincoln Madison McKinley Roosevelt Washington 98 160 111 129 78 80 122 149 48 Wilson 49 Total Monroe Jr Roosevelt Jr High School 1102 27 85 97 97 103 184 137 133 94 76 107 150 50 62 1193 43 112 96 81 107 169 210 88 88 57 115 149 60 67 1191 103 212 148 This Paper Consists of Two I SEE WHERE RUSSIA NOW HAS A MUTTNIK AP Photofax debate on casually reads newspaper and Ali Sastroamidjo Indonesia TO MARK ANNIVERSARY OF REVOLUTION Reports Persist That Russia Is Shooting tor the Moon LONDON boasts that Russia had developed a fuel capable of driving a rocket 25000 miles an hour increased Western belief Tuesday the Russians may try to hit the moon Thursday with a missile carrying a hydro gen warhead There already had been wide spread speculation among British and American scientists that Russia may already have launched such a rocket in belief it would light up the darkened face of the moon during Thurs days in celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Bolshevik revolution Russians mastery of rocket mis siles and the 40th anniversary al ready had plunged the world int 48 hours of suspense Now nev claims from Moscow of supe fuels and even greater advance in electronics increased the anx ious waiting Soviet scientist TKhachiturpv of thi Soviet Academy of wrote in Gudot organ of the Waverly Woman Is Killed Two Injured Near Mount Vernon MOUNT VERNON Offl Mrs William B MooneyWaverly was killed Monday and two persons were injured critically in a car truck collision near here on U S 30 Hospitalized in Cedar Rapids were Mrs Mooneys daughter Pamela 15 and the truck Elton Clifford Thornton 25 Cedar Rapids Pamela suffered a brain concussion and severe face lac erations and Thornton underwent surgery for internal injuries L J Burianek deputy Linn lounty coroner said Thornton was attempting to pass another vehicle when the headon crash occurred Mrs Mooney was the wife of kVilliam Mooney widely known Waverly attorney The Weather Mason City Considerable cloudi ness Tuesday night low 3235 partly cloudy and warmer Wed nesday high 4548 Iowa Considerable cloudiness through Wednesday low Tues day night 3440 Warmer north Wednesday Minnesota Mostly cloudy hirfi 4248 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum 37 Minimum 31 At 8 am 34 ZAPOTOCKY ILL VIENNA IE Czech President Antonin Zapotocky Tuesday was reported seriously ill He has had heart trouble for several years Prague radio announced the 72 yearold Communist presfdent is in a state sanatorium Romanian Leader in Plane Crash MOSCOW airplane car rying Romanian Premier Chivu Stoica crashed in bad weather a Moscow Airport Tuesday An informed source said Stoica was hot killed Whether the other passengers escaped was not clear immediately The plane was carrying the Ro manian delegation to the 40th an niversary of the Bolshevik Revo lution Nov 7 Numerous foreign delegations were scheduled to fly into Moscow Tuesday but many planes have been delayed or di verted MacCOLLIN DIES SIOUX CITY Mac Collin the director emeritus of the Morningside Coliege conser alory died Monday CONSOLIDATION OKD WEBSTER CITY in the Webster City Community School District ana he Union Rural Independent School District voted to consolidate the districts at a special election Monday WOLF IS PLAYMATE yukovich confirmed reports the second satellite is more of cylindrical shape Sputnik I wa a globe and said it was begin ning to spin as it whirled in an orbit around the earth Asked if the Sputniks rotation on its axis can influence the life and functions of an animal inside he rocket Stanyukovich replied Slow Rotation No This rotation particu ariy in the first 10 days of the Sputnik while the animal is stil alive is so small that it will be of no significance It can of course have no influence upon its unctions This was taken as an indtca ion the dog a veteran of space experiments would die aboard he satellite Previously there lad been hints the animal and perhaps the satellite might be returned to earth with the dog till living The scientific team handling j Sputnik II reported earlier that jlhe dog in the satellite was still T i i AP Photofax ialivf in ilc the John daytime and plays around the farm at hcrniclL h 1 nf Mnliiirtiia nirYVif rJ ii i uiiiuiindiij Soviet Transport Ministry tha Russia had developed a fuel ca able of sending a missile to th moon in 10 hours He said the new fuel was de veloped to launch Sputnik II int space with its dog passenger a a speed of 17885 miles an hour His article The Threshold of In terpanetary Transport said in terplanetary travel wasobviou sincea speed of 25000 miles a hour was possible The moon is about 24100 miles from the earth The latest suggestion that rocket may already have bee launched came from Kenneth W Gatland vice chairman of th British Interplanetary Society Similar reports came from American scientists One of the Soviet Unions lead ing rocket and missile scientists meanwhile indicated the littl dog aboard Sputnik II is not ex pected to live more than 10 days Reports Confirmed The scientist was Kiril P Stanyukovich whose views on space travel were broadcast in English by Moscow Radio Stan For Future DES MOINES W Nikofai Kuznetzoff editor of the Soviet news agency Tass told a Des Motnes newsman Tuesday morning that Russia has not yet sent a rocket to the moon but the flight is something for the future Ray Camay news editor of Radio Station KIOA said he talked to Kuznetzoff in Moscow in a longdistance tele phone interview Success Seen for Gail lord Endorsement as Premier Likely PARIS G a i 11 a r d oungest man to seek the French remiership in more than 75 ears appeared certain of win ing National Assembly approval Endorsement orGaillard and a Cabinet drawn from all factions xcept the Communists and the xtremeright Poujadists would nstall Frances 24th postwar gov rnment and end a 36day govern ment crisis Gaillard was 38 Tuesday The previous age record was set by Armand Faillieres who took the ob in 1883 at 41 350 Votes Experts reckoned the young fi nancial expert should get at least 150 votes in the 695member As embly even allowing for some ndividual defections Only the 149 Communists and fellow travelers and 42 Poujadists were ranged solidly against him In assembling his cabinet Gail ard succeeded in the apparentlj impossible task of getting Social ists and Conservatives to serve together for the first time sincf 1951 But this was no promise tha he could keep them on the sam track in tackling the grave prob lems of finance and Algerian re bellion The top men of both par ties exPremiers Guy Mollet am Antoine Pinay refused to join th cabinet Sweeping Changes As finance minister in the las Cabinet headed by Maurice Bour gesMaunoury Gaillard mad headlines with a sweeping auster ity program to bolster France tottering government finances anc foreign exchange position H trimmed the budget devalued th franc slapped a 20 percenttaj on most imports and propagan dized for a switch to cheaper food to combat inflation B o u r g e sMaunoury resigns when the Assembly defeated hi bill to give limited home rule fc Algeria GaiUard chose his forme chief to be interior minister Knight Says HellMake Senate Bid WASHINGTON Good win J Knight of California Tues day pulled out of the race for re election and announced he wil for the US Senate next year The Governor made his an nouncement after a 25minut conference with President Eisen lower at the White House and 30minute talk with Vice Presi dent Nixon at the Capitol Jn his written statement Knigh said the decision is his own anc is based on much broader con siderations than my own persona ambition The major reason Knight said s that national and stale Republi can leaders became convinced hat a primary contest between knight and Sen William F Knowland for the governorship would split the party so badlj hat it woujd in all probability ead to loss of the state to the Democratic Party at the genera election N a r farm 9ft ti i e arm at Jni h nMleYTth of Dubuque nKht Heistev feeds the animal sardines thaMiM that lives in a nearby den m it a favorite dish while son Jimmy holds reports came from data on heartbeats and blood pressure 1 radioed to earth Wisconsin to Join U S Mothball Fleet NEW YORK last of he great USS into N e w harbor Tuesday on a final nsit before joining the mothball fleet The 45000ton manovvar the U S Navys last active battle hip sailed from Norfolk Va londay She will leave here Fri ay for drydock at the Bayonne J naval annex and a four month mothballrng process SAME AP Photofax SPACE TRAVELER the first photo released of the female dog riding around in outer space as a passenger aboard Sputnik II The Rus sians say the animals name is Laika and not Curly as stated in earlier reports The name is the same as the breed of dog native to the far north and is related to the larger Husky and similar to the Spitz or Pome ranian The Laikas are noted for their endurance Lutheran Pastors in Conference 2Day Session in Mason City A large percentage of the 150 pastors of the south central dis trict of the Evangelical Lutheran Church is attending the annual pastoral conference in Masou City at Trinity Lutheran Church Dr Gerhard Frost New Testa ment professor at Luther Theo logical Seminary opened the two day session with a Bible study on He emphasized that Scripture uses the word in rela tion to authority Freedom is life under Gods authority which is the source of pur being said Dr Frost Be ing rooted in love and seeking to give and protect life Gods au thority gives meaning to our lives The Rev Herbert Lindeman pastor of the Redeemer Lutheran Church Fort Wayne Ind gave his first lecture on The Liturgy and the Sermon Dr Frederjc M Norstad Minneapolis pastoral theology professor at Luther Seminary and welfare chaplain m the Twin Cities spoke during the afternoon session on The Pastor and Sex Education Each was to give a second presentation Wednesday on the same subject Dr V TJordahl Mason City district president is scheduled to give the presidents message Wednesday Light Turnout of Voters in Mason City Voting was light up to early afternoon Tuesday in Masoa Citys municipal election At ap proximately ai am there were 432 ballots cast and this number had increased to only 760 between and pm Voters in the east half of Ma son City had only one office to fill for which there was any op position That was the council manatlarge voted on by all eight precincts Councilman C E Leffler is opposed for reelection by Al deBuhr In the second ward Councilman Walter Broadbnt is opposed by A M Schanke fn the fourth ward the incumbent Lloyd Mc Gee is opposed by G E Platts Mayor George E Mendon Po ice Judge B R Dunn and Treas urer Ross Potter have no opposi tion on the ballot Voters may vrite in the name of a candU date for any of the six offices however The polls close at 8 pm The Oting places by precincts and he number of votes by pm vere as follows First precinct school administration building 56 2nd recinct waterworks 78 Second Yard 1st precinct courthouse 30 2nd precinct McKinley School 87 Third pre cinct City Hal 158 2nd precinct Roosevelt Junior High 63 Fourth precinct S R garage 47 2nd precinct Madison School   

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