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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 11, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited lor the Home ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10WANS NEIGHBORS HOME VOL LXIV Associated Presi and United Preu Full Lease Seven Cent a Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY NOVEMBER 11 1957 This Paper Consists of Two Mason City Honors Its Veterans in Ceremonies at Courthouse and Cemeteries One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO 11300 Sundaj WOI Ames 1610 pm Thursday WTAD Qulucy 930 pm Thursda WSUI la CUT 910 pm Saturday Our One Most Vital Business R as long as I can remem ber Ive had the idea that edu cation is mankinds one most im portant business Thats a sweep ing statement but Id like i known right at the outset of thi visit with you that Im not indulg ing in pretty talk Im not ex aggerating I mean what I say literally But what about religion I can hear somebody asking And my reply is that religion when not backed up with a reasonable amount of education is little more than a form of superstition And thats what religion is in too many corners of our world What about producing the food to fill or even half fill the bellies of the two anda half billion plus human beings on our old sphere somebody will inquire And to this my answer be that without education and all of its byproducts human be ings would subsist or exist on our planet at a level not too much higher than beasts of the fielc or forest That condition is also much too closely approached in some corners of our world For some reason Calcutta India comes to mind in this connec tion Top investment For a quarter of a century or so Ive been pointing out on every occasion that presented it self notably commencement talks that no other dollars ever invested by me seemed to come back so abundantly in dividends as those dollars earmarked for education in my yearly tax bill A 40000 mile trip around the world within the year 50 ports Emphasis on Sciences Repercussions Seen After Report on Soviet Education WASHINGTON UP The United States is preparing to meet the challenge of Soviet ed ucation that crams kids so full of science and math it makes their heads produces Sputniks and giant rockets The US Office of Education released a report Monday de tailing the extent of Russias c o n c e ntration on scientific training in schools and colleges The special twoyear study showed among other things that all Russian students take 10 years of math five of phys ics five of biology four of chemistry and one year of astronomy by the end of their 10th year in school The report is certain to touch off sharp repercussions and controversy among American educators and politicians L G Derthick U S educa tion commissioner said in re leasing the report it posed a challenge to every American to reexamine the extent to which we support our Demo cratic system of education He said the report should challenge the country to take new interest in meeting school and college needs Rep Elizabeth Kee RNY said the report brought out the spectacular advances in Rus sias education system and con trasted this with the sorry at titude of Americans toward education She called for pas sage of a federal school con struction bill and greater incen tives for science teachers New War Scare in i a as Stages Maneuvers New Space Project Is Suggested Russian Dog Thought Dead WASHINGTON head ol he US satellite program said Monday the United States should set up a new project aimed at sending a man into space Hemade this recommendation as reports circulated that the first earth creature to penetrate into outer Russian dog dead There was no direct word from Moscow but th Italian Communist newspape LUnita attributed such a repor to its Moscow correspondent Dr John P Hagen director o he US Project Vanguard sai believes the United States should get going at once on a wellthoughtup program looking toward an eventual manned satel lite which would return to earth safely with its human passenger Vanguard Plans He also told a news conference he assumes the Army willtry to launch some sort of satellite be fore Vanguard puts its fullyin Hope Fading for 44 Aboard Lost Airliner By UNITED PRESS A new war scare swept through Syria Monday with reports of large scale Turkish maneuvers along a wide stretch of the border All Syrian army units along the border were alerted The Syrian cabinet held an emergency session after midnight The Foreign Office in Damascus said Turkishtroop massing took place at four points on the frontier early Monday The points were said to be in the general area of Bab El Hawa north of Aleppo Extensive movements were said to have been carried out under cqyer of I darkness The Syrian Foreign Office said an estimated 300 Turkish vehicles including tanks were seen moving along the border through the darkness of early morning Vil lages and border posts on the Turkish side of the frontier were reported blacked out Key to Trouble Informed sources in Damascus said it appeared the Turkish mili Three Injured in Hunting Accidents strumented baby moon aloft in March Vanguard plans to launch smaller test spheres next month and Hagen said these probably would go up sooner than any Army He s a i d the United States would probahly have had a satel lite in the air before the Rus sians if Project Vanguard had been given access two years ago US Science Is Lauded in Hoover Talk Soviets Have Reaped Benefits From It NEW have lived a long life and I have seen our country exert its strengths to overcome as great dangers as those which beset us today saic former President Herbert Hoover speaking at the 49th an nual meeting of the Grocery Manufacturers of America lion day His address was broadcast over two networks We can well respect the ac complishments of Russian tech nicians But we need not forget that they got the telegraph the telephone the electric lamp the speaking sound track the radio broadcast tube the airplane the atom and nuclear bombs from us They procured the guided missile from the defeated Ger mans Metal Treatment They got their method of metal treatment and their radar from to a rocket like the Armys jiius and the British They got pitera Vanguard was kept sepatnejr plastics their antibiotics rate from military missile efforts until last Friday when following the uproar over the Soviet launch ings the Army was told to work on satellites too Hagen said he did not know of call in 30 lands has conjtary activity was related to re firmed in me this longheld beliefiported growing unrest in Jordan to which I have been giving cxwhere there was said to be more BY THE UNITED PRESS Hunting accidents in Iowa re sulted in shotgun wounds for at least three persons during the first weekend of the season Marvin McCartney Rock Education is mankindsloutspokcn opposition to King Husilsland was the prcssion one most important business Without education there scant hope for the future with education every door can be opened Education gives us a key to all things worthwhile re ligion stable government higher living standards and perhaps most important of all peace and understanding among nations and men Its idle to talk democ racy true democracy in areas where only one out of ten or even out of five can read and write Thats at the core oj the problem confronting Latin America India Indonesia and the whole Moslem world There is no bona fide democracy in any of them Dictators Automatic Dictatorships arent merely possible they are inevitable in jsein is The reported Turkish inear Trenton when his dog knocked over a shotgun he leaned against a tree The gun dis charged and the blast hit McCart ney in the leg He was found by a motorist af ter crawling for about one half of a mile show of strength was felt in Damascus to be a veiled warning to Syria not tor interfere in Jordan Officials in Damascus said they had no intention of interfering with Jordans affairs Meanwhile some 5000 Pales tinian Arab students and school children marched through the streets of Damascus chanting anincar Clinton and Charles Tink tiHusscin slogans includingham 13 Indianola Hussein must go and jn the head I Wiese was shot when a shotgun his uncle was unloading dis charged Shotgun pellets struck Tinkham in the head while he was i hunting pheasants with several when the Army might try to shoot up its baby moon but said he as sumed this would happen some time between the test and the inal versions planned for Project Vanguard It is rather late in the game to have the Army stepping in to Ihe satellite picture Hagen said but he declared it was rice to have the Army backing up Van guard as a reserve a means of covering your bets No Direct Word There was no direct word from Moscow on Laikas fate but the Soviet news agency Tass said Sun their antiviruses their pain kill ers either from us or from the Germans the British and the French But with our own discoveries in science our inventive genius and our productive capacity our country has risen to a position of effective retaliation to any irresponsible nation which might contemplate attacking us Great Warning We possess many eminent AP Photofax ABOARD MISSlfrG PLANE These are four of the six children of Mr and Mrs H Lee Clack Midland Mich reported aboard the missingPan American Stratocruiser Left to right Nancy 2 Bruce 9 Scott 6 and Kimi 7 Their father is the nephew of three Clear Lake women Nan and Ida Clack and Mrs M P Hughes Two of the children Nancy and Kimi are adopted Jap aneseAmericans The Clacks have two other children Anna and Hugh laboratories in the rest of the day night that the program of Also suffering shotgun wounds research as planned were Don Wiese 16 Clinton who Iwas accidentally shot in the groin is a traitor Few Attacks The demonstrations followed violent new Egyptian press and radio attacks on Hussein charg ing that he sought peace with illiterate nations The only ques tion is whether they will be bene volent or malevolent dictators Despite his known adherence to democratic principles Indias Nehru is in truth a dictator with power comparable with that once exercised by Hitler and Mussolini and Stalin greater than that exercised up to now by Russias Khrushchev who only now seems to be coming into his own follow ing a period of socalled collec tive leadership on Kremlin Hill Had Nehru been so disposed he allegation certain toj arouse the passions of the large number of Palestinian refugees who took refuge in Jordan whenj Israel took over a large part of their homeland other hunters near Orient TARDY HACK CHICAGO Marcel la Solomon asked her radiodis through the second Sputnik has been fulfilled completely Later Moscow radio reported II had completed its of the earth but made no mention of Laika i Russias second space satellite was launched eight days ago car rying the fluffy little Russian dog in a harness inside For the first four days the Russians reported gelling radioed information on Laikas bodily reactions as the halfton Sputnik sped around the earth at altitudes running up to more than 1000 miles The Tass report said Sputnik IIs two radio transmitters now are dead and that direct reports scientists and engineers of great ability and ingenuity We have more research action than all world put together Our country has had a great warning It is on the alert I have no doubt of our ability to invent any other horrible weapon necessary to de ter our enemy Americas strength said the former President lies in free dom of mens initiative and the rewards of their efforts It comes from our devotion to liberty and religious faith We will have no nation provided we stand guard against the evils which weaken these forces But we have need to exert The Weather Mason City Fair and mild Mon day night low around 33 Part ly cloudy andmild Tuesday high in upper 50s fowa Fair Monday night warm er southeast low 3242 Partly cloudy and mild Tuesday Chance of widely scattered showers Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average near to slightly above normal Monday night through Saturday Only minor daily temperature changes are anticipated except for a little colder midweek and again about Saturday Normal highs 44 north to 50 south Normal lows 26 north to 30 south Pre cipitation will generally be less than onefourth inch occurring in showers mostly about Tues day night or Wednesday and again Saturday Minnesota Partly cloudy warm i cr KIN OF LAKERS H Lee Clack 36 is the son of Rob Clack Elma Mich who spent his childhood in Clear Lake The younger Clack is a Dow Chemical Co executive Western diplomats feared husband Monday to bring attempts to overthrow Hussein lax but a storkdispatched even to murder him and girl was born m a neighno longer are being received It there were indications the antibors car beforc he coud arnvcsaid nothing about Laika Hussein forces were gaining strength in the middle east Crash at Princeton Is Fatal to Idwan PRINCETON Iowa wi Dale Littrcl 26 Princeton was killed could have taken his newly liberand Miss Darlcnc Rogers 22 also atcd India down the Communist1 was injured serious path He still could Not morcp lna auto collision early than one out of ten can really Monday on US 67 about Zi of Princeton Each CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 miles south was driving aSone SAME South Dakotan Is Iowa Crash Victim INWOOD M Scott 64 Parker SD was killed about IVz miles west of here Monday when his car went out of control on frosly pavement and rolled alt the strengths which God has given us GranvHIe Accident Claims Second Life LeMARS Niebuhr 24 Granville died in a local hos pital Sunday night of injuries suf fered in an autotruck collision near here last Sunday Niebuhr was the driver of a car which rammed into a stalled truck about 7 miles northeast of here on GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Monday Maximum Minimum At 8 am YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 47 32 37 48 33 Eisenhower Leaves Hospital After Exam Bloomfield Man Is Victim of Accident Vast Armada Continues Its Wide Search Flares Discounted as Distress Signs HONOLULU of rescu ng any of the 44 persons missing since Friday night on a vanished Pan American Stratocruiser in the Pacific virtually flickered out Monday Three flares sighted Sunday night were probably shooting stars or from other search air craft a Coast Guard spokes man said They wereflight flares and thats always kind of idubtfiil as a distress signal But William E Chapline the Coast Guard commander of the search operations said We certainly fee that the search is by no means over We have not thrown in the sponge Investigation of the flares con tinued after daybreak as part of a gigantic searchoperation cov ering 172440 square miles of ocean No Trace But no trace of the missing plane had been found more than two and onehalf days after last word from the huge flying clip per Additional search aircraft flew out from Oahu Island at day light to join the Pacifics great est airsea rescue mission Planes helicopters the aircraft carrier Philippine Sea and a small fleet of Coast Guard vessels searched the oceans swells for traces of the plane after a series of possible clues faded out Long range radar equipped Navy Constellations reported pee ing two flares at different points 540 miles west of the planes position when it radioed routinely Friday night before disappearing The second was slightly west of the first Third Flare An Air Force plane sighted a third flare some 340 miles west of the Pan American airliners last reported position It was de jscribed as white Surface craft crisscrossed the checkerboard search area now broken into two rectangular areas under the new pattern One is 460 miles long and 115 miles wide and the other is 695 miles long and 172 miles wide Both straddle the path the lost plane was navigating Earlier hope had flickered and faded with a report of the sight M ing of a yellow dye marker a and something red at a BLOOMFIELD Reiner 28 Bloomfield was killed flare Sunday when his car crashed spot 425 miles west of the air into a bridge about four miles southwest of here on US 63 Highway patrolman Dick Smith said the car apparently was trav liners last position Nothing Found Hours elapsed before two ships reported that nothing could be cling an estimated 85 to 90 miles found at that spot A Coast an hour It crashed through thejGuard spokesman said rcevalua bridge abutment on the left sideltion of the by WASHINGTON President Eisenhower checked out of Walter T Iowa 33 A passenger in the car Rccd Army Hospital Monday aft Granville was killed instantly in the crash CRASH KILLS 11 ISTANBUL Turkey over off US 18 Scott was thrownpersons were killed Sunday and out of the car His wife Graceilf others injured when a bus BUck crarrio deklh In 34 houro was hospitalized at wood Hospital with fractured neck Injmisscrl a sharp turn and plunged Canton a possibleovcr a precipice near Bohi miles southeast of Istanbul 140 er an overnight stay for a head to toe physical examination He smilingly reported he was feeling fine There was no immediate word regarding the doctors findings James C Hagerty While House press secretary said a medical report would be made public later in the day of the road and went into creek below Warm South Winds Blow Across Iowa theja lone it could have been a school of whales in stead of a marker or possibly other fish The of The Skies carried 36 passengers and a crew of 8 on its flight from San Francisco toward Honolulu At pm Friday it radioed its South winds blew sunny warm er weather into Iowa during the weekend and kept it here 1028 miles cast of Hono Thc Weather Bureau said The pilot was supposed to pleasant weather would continue make another routine report at 6 through Tuesday pm He didnt r   

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