Mason City Globe Gazette, November 7, 1957

Mason City Globe Gazette

November 07, 1957

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 7, 1957, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON TH r NEWSPAPER TH AT M A LOBEGAZETTE K S ALL NORTH I 0 W A N S N E I G H B 0 R S VOL LXIV HOME EDITION Auoclated and United Full Wirei Seven Cent copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY NOVEMBER 7 1957 This Paper Consists of Two OM No 3f Display Might on Anniversary ECLIPSE OF THE MOON Thursdays eclipse of the moon almost unseen in the Midwest and East because ol cloud conditions provided a pretty good show for those living in the West and Southwest This is how the different stages looked at Phoenix Ariz Watchers said they didnt see anything to indicate the Russians had landed an unmanned rocket on the face of the moon as rumors had said might happen Sputnik 11 in Bright Sweep BT THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Russias flying doghouse made a spectacular sweep across the United States at sunrise Thurs day The Smithsonian Astrophysical Observator at Cambridge Mass received calls from amateurs and moonwatch teams through out New England New Y o r k State and as far south as Wash ington DC and west to Ohio The moonwatch team on the roof of the Harvard Observatory times the satellite at Sputnik IIs plotted route listed two other passes across the US Thursday morning one across the Midwest and the other across the extreme Northwest approx n Ingrid and Roberto Agree to LEGAL SEPARATION ROME UP Ingrid Bergman and Roberto Rossellini sep arated Thursday The couple obtained legal separation papers apparently sig nailing the end of the sacred love for which thebeautiful ac tress sacrificed family and suffered exile from Hollywood seven years ago Ingrid formalized the action in secret appearance before a magistrate at the Palace of Justice Her lawyer released the text of a letter signed by the couple It said they had found difficulty In continuing life together for sometime The ccuple has three children Jhe action revived speculation of a romance between Rbssel lim and a beautiful Indian script writer Mrs Sonali Das Gupta U S Is Willing to Establish Atomic Stockpile in Europe for Use by Allies in NATO FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES later each instance Bright as Jupiter WASHINGTON The United States js willing to set up a nudear arms stockpile in Europe for its North Atlantic Treaty U plans to make the offer at the forthcoming of PunS wiH be attended by President Eisenhower and other chiefsofgovernmenl Ike and Council Convene WASHINGTON W Eisenhower held President Rockets Dominate Show Thousands of Troops March MOSCOW Soviet Union ihowed off a bristling array of aclical weapons atomic capa In 40 Years Russians Have Moved Abreast With West in One KespectWeapons By JAMES MARLOW Associated Press News Analyst WASHINGTON W Forty years ago Thursday Communists seized power in Russia Whats happened in that time What lies ahead In 40 years the Russians have made astonishing progress in in dustry and science The progress has been concentrated most notably on weapons the atomic and Hbombs jet and earth satellites That progress would have provided the Russian people with far higher living standards if it had been devoted to peace bility Thursday in bTg tlmeT awaited parade marking the 40th a couPle of generations of Russians have been used anniversary of the Bolshevik forml to do without the modern conveniences and luxuries Revolution of tne West bring Russia abreast of the West industrially in a rush It worked There is no visible discontent in Russia Living standards can be expected to go up continually as industrialscientific develop is expanded to meet more Revolution There was no display of mis siles if intercontinental or inter mediate range The biggest weapons displayed were a pair of what appeared to be singlestage rockets looking to be 7075 feet long with a range guessed at 400500 miles The big puzzler of the show was a pair of giant mystery guns of unusual de sign and seemingly capable of firing shells with atomic war heads The parade watched by virtu ally every major leader in the Communist world seemed to em phasize greater mobility and harder hitting powerfor the So viet armed forces Parades in 1955 and weapons 1956 showed no new Dr Armand Spitz Smithsoni ans coordinator of visual sight ing in the US said the satellite appeared to be almost as bright as the planet Jupiter Observers noted the brightness changed until it was almost as dim as a faint star approxi mately every few seconds This was because the rockelshaped object was tumbling in space The Soviet news Agency Tass said in Moscow hat Laika the little dog strapped inside Sputnik II was in satisfactory condition after four days in the sky Thc Russians have said they are get ting radio information from thc satellite on Laikas heart action blood pressure and breathing 54th Trip also said Sputnik II com pleted its 54lh trip around the earth Wednesday night The So viet news agency said the first Russian space vehicle a small sphere had completed 500 cir cuits and its carrier rocket had finished 520 round trips Sputnik I accompanied by the rocket that pushed it aloft has been in orbit since Oct 4 Unlike the first satellite Sput nik U is not accompanied by a burned out carrier rocket Sput nik II itself is believed to be the snhower and other chiefsofgovernmenl moved up six da Under tentative thinking the weapons would be placed under original schedule rf rnn T a second ex pandedNational cil session He called in the greatest at tendance of outside experts ever brought into one of these top policymaking meetings Anne Wheaton acting White House press secretary said there was no direct relationship between the meeting and Eisen howers address Thursday night on science and security The speech from 7 to p m CST is to be the first of a se ries of presidential addresses de signed to reassure the nation about its scientific progress and security The series is on a speed up schedule with this first one moved up six days ahead of the Jet Propulsion Moscow Radio in its broadcast about Thursdays parade said the Soviet Union showed off a new type of artillery based on the principle of jet propulsion It added According to the anima tion diplayed among the diplo matic corps and foreign repre sentatives one could but guess at the performance of these roc kels Most Western military men said Four Dead in 2Car Accident KNOXVILLE Iowa two car collision which left no sur vivors took the lives of four per sons south of Knoxville late Wed nesday The dead were identified as they were stumped by the big guns They just dont add up one of the best informed said The guns appeared too heavy for their carriages and recoil They estimated the outside di ameter at 16 inches with a bore probably ranging from 12 to 14 inches No exact estimate was possible because the muzzles were covered by cloth caps The Western consensus was Dr Harry Cloyed 53 Ottumwa osteopath and Mr and Mrs Wil liam Tisue and their son David 7 all of Moravia South of Knoxville The accident occurred on High way 60 about 10 miles south of Attica Authqnties saidTDr alone in his car Theother three were in the Tisue car The crash scene was near the Ralph Hart farm Both vehicles were demolished Thrown Out Authorities said Dr Cloyeds car was northbound and the other car was southbound The collision occurred on a curve Two of the persons in the Mora via car were thrown out Clyde Williams Marion County coroner said all four persons were killed outright The Tisue family lived on of the peoples needs In one political sys is still immensely backward A comparatively smal group of selfappointed perhaps 10 million out of more han 200 million ruli it by force Mort Relaxed Red party control is a littli more relaxed than in Stalins day In time perhaps it too will under go a change and become more democratic permitting wide participation in government fo one of two reasons eithe hrough evolutionary change o he demands and pressures o the people as they beconie in creasingly more educated an questioning No government1 remains fixe and frozen forever History beiie that thought Aaiiitij that this years show was not asifarm near Moravia of Gen Lauris Norstad who has the dual role of the commanding both U S in Europe and NATO forces By this handling the adminis tration believes there would be no violation of a congressional M 0 act forbidding the turnover of US nuclear weapons to foreign nations in peacetime Close at Hand In case allout war developed would be close loj and President Eiscn order forces The Weather rt Occasional light Not Disclosed While the specific purpose of the SecurityCouncil session was not disclosed Mrs Wheaton told reporters that Yes I would say is connected with all develop ments of the last week or 10 rain mixed with snow Thursday ments of the last week night and Friday colder Lowidays That would take Thursday night 2835 High lhe Iaunching of Sputnik day 3540 Strong northerly impressive as had been expected to representatives of NATO powers most closely threat ened by Soviet tactical weapons Major Rockets Thirtyeight major rockets of varying sizes and shapes all tac tical were displayed All of them had been heavily covered dur ing rehearsals before the parade II by Soviet Russia Man Suffocated in Feed Mill Accident COUNCIL BLUFFS UP Herman Claussen 54 grain ele vator foreman suffocated Thurs day when ne was buried under three feet of hominy at a feed The planned flypast of new SomiU here Police said he had viet planes was called off due toistuck the uPPer portion of his unfavorable weather body through a trap door in a Communist Party Secretarv Ni i broke oose TTUII vciaivv fell on him He did nnt nr n All told some 45 persons gath ocuieiarv iNii winds ered at the White House for theikita Khrushchev other members U Iowa Cloudv with intermittent Security Council meeting Mrs j 9f tne Soviet government and vis en an vs gh ram Thursday Wheaton said she thought it washing officials of practically all immediately The idea of an NATO nuclear stockpile and other thoughts for Atlantic allt discusscd Wednesday an extraordinary meeting ofi Secretary of State John Foster Dulles and several former Tru1 man administration officials who worked on NATO matters j Fresh Approach One conferee was Paul H Nitze director of the State Departments policy planning staff under Dean Acheson and another was Frank Pace Jr Army secretary during part of President Trumans ad ministration Dulles invited he to the conference because he wanted ai fresh approach to the problem1 i largest Security Council Friday cloudy and slightlyiSion ever held Five Members The Security Council has five colder with rain or snow cast Minnesota Snow accumulating Tne Security Council has five generally 1 to 3 inches Thurs DV President day night northwest the eastivice President the secretaries of and south Friday mostly state cloudy with snow r to light flurries Colder and south east to 8 am Thursday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum tor of the Office of Defense Mo bilization Customarily other top officials i from the White House and exec 47 39 42 01 fell normally not use used to free AP Photofax MOTORISTS Tex as Tech coedMartha Keriley pauses by a sign with the City of Lubbocks safety department with tongue in cheek erected on a highway leading out of the city A strange cigarshaped object has been reported this week over much of the South west Vast Gains On one thing the Red bosses of 1917 wer e wr on They thought then world revolution around the corner Disappointed in that but aggressively crusad ing they set out to bring about what didnt happen by itself In 40 force and nev er by persuasion or open and free has grabbed all of Eastern Europe all of China half of Viet Nam and North Korea Its influence is Nicholas in Personal Plea to Loveless Asks Action on Special Session I appeal to you to quit think ing about the next election and turn your thoughts to the next generation This appeal was contained in a personal letter from Lt Gov William HNicholas to Gov spreading in Asia and the Middle East The peoples of the European satellites have shown vast dis content with their Russian mas ters That does not mean com munism will not spread without the use of Russian armies Quinn Is Named Head oi Milwaukee Road CHICAGO William J Quinn 46 vice president and general counsel of the Milwaukee Road since 1955 was elected president of the railroad Thursday He will succeed John P Kiley who is retiring Dec 31 after nearly 45 years service with the line the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Roalroad Kiley had leaded the company since 1950 The Mason asked Governor to i carry but hisVprorri ise to caila special session of the Legislature to provide need ed for state institutions Proper Function Maintaining that it is the pro per function of the to appropriate money and to deter mine how this is to be spent the Lieutenant Governor declared that the plight faced by state in jstitutions because of inadequate countries t world watched the parade from atop the LeninStalin mausoleum Marshal Rodion Y Malinovsky who replaced Marshal Zhukov as defense minister less than two weeks ago read his order of the day opening the ceremonies Zhu kov was nowhere in sight Malinovsky assailed the United j States and assured Russians theiri agencies also are brought coilld meet any attack that some 25 persons are He asserted present i Aggressive foreign circles Added to the list in the USA pursue a were the secretaries of aimed at increasing inter Army Navy and Air Force and tension preventing dis 50 32 jthc chiefs of staff of all thc mil jitary services plus members and advisers to the Science Advisory armament and threatening man kind with the dangers of atomic war slrpnsthening NATO HC hopcrT Strike Averted at third stage of the rocket to get help from persons outside Ul According to Moscow the time who are not bogged St Paul Stockyard or a single trip around thc earth vn by day to dav details of 7 for a single trip around thc earth by Sputnik II had been re duced from 1037 minutes to 1036 Thc agency said this rate of reduction is slower than that of Sputnik I Consequently t h e report said we can expect the second Sputnik to last a great deal longer IN CRASH SOUTH BEND Ind persons were killed Wednesday night when a New York Central passenger train traveling 75 rn ph rammed a car near here SAME means bouri ST PAUL Minn UP Amccting strike set for Thursday was called i off Wednesday night when a local Cnn R J of the United Packinghouse Work Burned m crs of America reached agree ment with officials of the St Paul Union Stockyards A 13cent wage increase was approved i w vin inc ooviet people he dcl Committee of the Office of ardently desire jfensc Mobilization Soviet armed forces arc The Advisory Committee is jcaPable crushing any aggressor headed by Dr I I Rabi of Colshould ne attack our country umbin University i An enlarged Security Council fke Mamie May Make Europe Trip in 58 WASHINGTON UP Presi dent and Mrs Eisenhower hope to visit London and other Euro pean capitals next year Sources close House disclosed j Hy is trying to make arrange meeling between members of Funeral Home early for the trip Such a tour Fire at Knoxviile KNOXVILLE WiMr and Mrs A J Evans were hospitalized Federal conciliator Carl severe burns in a fire which gren presided over a fivehour destroyed the Evans Arlington meeting betWCnn mfitnhprK nf Flinoral Rnmn to the White the first fam Loveless Reply DES MOINES In a reply to a letter from Lt Gov WiU liam Nicholas Gov Loveless Thursday said would be more than happy to convene a special session if there any reasonable prospect that it would result in positive ac tion to provide needed capital improvements equitably fi nanced The Governor said his recommendation to authorize the State Board of Regents to develop a long building program died in the House and that a tax bill to him passed the House but was not accepted by the Sen ate WINNER STILL CHAMP John Busch sTnjoS takes a bite on his tongue and a firm grip on the Local 160 and the company A with loss estimated at be in line with thc Presi walkoul would have idled workjMr and Mrs Evans were aslccpidcnts desire to draw the United crs at the nations second largest upstairs when the fire broke out States and European nations udder as he retains his title as the stockyard and would have had on the first floor of thciwo story closer together to meet the on milker at the annual OnnH T J V i repercussions in five states placement block structure Thevirush of Russian ctence and Uon Busch m of 11 nmm iV iir k parts of Canada wcre burncd as they flcd pmcr a 11 ounces unds is definitely the result of the Governors use of the veto This letter is to express a that you will waste no further time in calling a special j session of the Legislature which you promised when you vetoed the appropriation measures last spring said the Lieutenant Gov ernor Every day of delay means j added penalty for our youngsters J who will be clamoring for admit tance to our state institutions of higher learning Even if a start were made today there wouldnt be wholly adequate facilities for them And there is corresponding need at our Board of Control in stitutions which got left high and dry by your veto to say nothing of thc damage done to our recre jalional facilities and our Old Sol diers Hospital Present You can contend that the pres ent plight of our institutions is of Republican making and I can contend with figures to support me that not a dollar was appro priated for these improvements during the last Iowa Democrat administration But thats water over the Were confronted with a condition not a theory How we got where we are is beside the point as compared with the ques tion How do we get out of our j predicament Recriminations will avail us nothing the need iis for action j You have made your point ;

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