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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 26, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited iot DN CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME y VOL LXIV Prew Full Wim Seven Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY NOVEMBER 26 1957 This Paper Consists ot Two One No 41 Doolittle Is Heard at Probe Prompt Fund Boost Urged WASHINGTON Wi Retired Lt Gen James Doolittle called Tues day for an immediate substan tial increase in military funds and said we must go full out on developing an antimissile co the intercontinental ballistic mis sile The famed flier told the Senate Preparedness Subcommittee he believes the United States at present remains stronger mili tarily than Russia despite falling behind in development of land launched missiles But the Russian rate of prog ress is more rapid than ours he said Unless we continue to forge ahead she will surpass us Increase in Planes Doolittle chairman of the Na tional Advisory Committee for Aeronautics called for a major strengthening of the Strategic Air Command with a heavy increase in aircraft and missiles as fast as they can be developed and supplied Doolittle said I am confident that our Air Force as presently constituted will be our basic weapon for the immediate fu ture Some missiles will first sup plement and gradually replace some of our aircraft But I do not expect to see airplanes out of the air militarily in my lifetime Doolittle was one of two public witnesses for this second day of the general senate inquiry into the US missile and defense posi tion The other was Dr John P Hagen director of the Vanguard project the American earth satel lite program No AilOut Effort Hageri told the senators this country might have beaten the Russians to launching an earth satellite if an allout effort had been niade but that his project had been placed secondary to ballistic missile projects and had suffered from money limitations Hagen said tests give him con fidence the proposed US satellite can be launched Doolittle testified that Russia certainly is ahead of us in all landfireo missiles He said the United Stales leads in airtoair types Doolittle said this country fell behind Russia in missile work be cause it had no coordinated pro gram until 1953 Doolittles testimony was in di rect contradiction of contentions by former President Truman Truman has said that he organ ized a unified missile program while in the White House but that it was allowed to deteriorate under the Eisenhower administra tion Double Incentive Doolittle said one reason the Russians are ahead is that they have a double incentive Under their system and I dont recommend either arc rewarded for excellence or Eisenhower Suffers Closure of Small Artery in the Brain READY AND RARIN TO and Jay Under wood Vassalboro Maine start preparations early for their Thanksgiving dinner as they peel apples and sharpen their carving knife But Mr Gobbler gives the AP Photofax impression that he doesnt relish the idea To millions of Americans however turkey will be the order of the day Thursday ENERGY TO FLOW INTO SEVERAL STATES Contract Signed tor Midwest Atomic Power Plant Sioux Falls Will Be Site WASHINGTON Iff Signing of a contract with the Northern States Power Co Minneapolis for development construction and operation of a largescale nuclear power plant to serve several mid west states was announced Tues day by Lewis L Strauss chair man of the Atomic Energy Com mission The company has under con sideration a plant site on the Big Sioux River northeast of its present steam electric generat ing station in Sioux Falls S D The tentative site had been shifted from near Mankato Minn to near Sioux Falls be cause drought studies showed there was a possibility of inade quate water at times at the Min nesota site The contract provides that the company will build at its own ex pense a nuclear power plant to be called Pathfinder of an advanced boiling water type in corporating largevolume con trolled recirculation of the water coolantmoderator Thetotal estimated cost of the project including research and development is about S28 million The commission will contribute million toward the research and development svork most of AngloFrench Talks Fail to Heal Breach PARIS Prime Min ister Harold Macmillan and French Premier Felix Gaillard ended their two days of talks Tuesday but apparently did not succeed in smoothing over com pletely the basic differences that brought them together The two leaders were anxious to remove a thorn in the NATO alliance the BritishAmerican supply of small arms to Tunisia which the French fear will wind up in the hands of Algerian reb els The Weather Mason City Mostly fair and little warmer Tuesday night low 26 30 Partly cloudy and colder Wednesday high 4245 owa Fair southwest partly cloudy northeast Tuesday night low 2434 Mostly cloudy Wed nesday cooler with some light rain or snow north Minnesota Cloudy Tuesday night with light snow north low 20 25 northeast and 2532 west and south Wednesday scattered light snow north and light rain or snow south high ranging from 3235 northwest to lower 40s extreme southeast GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Tuesday Some Agreement communique said the tw premiers agreed that responsi bility for a solution of the Alger ian question iies with France But a spokesman said this die Youth Slays Mother and Two Sisters BENTONVILLE Ark 12yearold farm boy angered a an order to get the cows before daylight Tuesday killed three members of his family anc Maximum Minimum At 8 a m 39 16 20 vou aredestroyed if you dont do d 0jj not mean Britain had agreed not He said Russia is sacrificing deliver more thanthe United States putmsia ting about onefourth of its proj However the communique by Hammarskjold Plans MidEast Peace Trip more arms to UNITED NATIONS NY duction into military hardware while the United States is spend ing only about 8Vz per cent of its production for defense North lowansMay Get Last Look at Sputniks Rocket The rocket of Sputnik I which is due to disintegrate early next month will be visible over Mason City and North Iowa Tuesday and Wednesday eve permitting On each day the rocket is due to pass over Iowa in the twilight hours about a h a I fhour after sunset In each case it will be traveling from northwest to southeast Tuesdays timetable is to and Wednesday between and pm Partly cloudy conditions how ever may obscure the rocket After this week the rocke will cross the US either in day light or in darkness and thus wil not be visible It is expected tc fall from its orbit on or abou Dec 11 ecording the premiers cbnvic on that France should continue o discharge her special respon ibilities in North Africa where he has traditionally a leading po ition was placating to this coun No Further Plans A spokesman added that no spe cial new machinery had been set ip for consultation between the wo countries The communique announced the wo ministers also agreed there should be a more precise defini ion of interdependence and soli darity among the NATO allies in Tccordancc with spirit of equali ty at the NATO summit mcct ng here in midDecember UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold will leave Friday for a flying peace mission o the Middle East A UN spokesman said Ham marskjold would visit Amman will be performed in pri ate facilities In addition the commission ill waive fuel use charges up o one million dollars Doctors Soy Heart Not Involved Impairment of Speech Noted WASHINGTON tifl President Eisenhowers doctors announced Tues day he has suffered a clot ting of a small branch of the middle cerebral arte ry The White House called it a form of heart at tack Later however the White House said There is no heart sic involved In response to questions at a news conference as sociate press secretary Anne Wheaton said the Presidents chief physician had told her Up to this moment we do not describe it as a slight stroke Mrs Wheaton said the doctors do not know at this point whether Eisen hower actually suffered a stroke A formal medical statement AP Photofax AUTHOR B Kyne 77 who wrote rollicking best sellers of big business dealing in ships and timber died Monday in the Veteran Administration Hospital at San Francisco Kynes bestknow fictional character was Capp Ricks His widow the forme Helene Catherine Johnson De Moines Iowa survives The had no children The reactor will be fueled with lightly enriched uranium The lant will have a net electrical apacity of 56000 kilowatts er the contract thecompany will perate the plant for five years Northern States Power and 10 ther Midwest electric utility companies have formed a non jrofit corporation known as Cen ral Utilities Atomic Power Asso ciates The 10 other companies will contribute 000 toward the research and de velopment costs In return the companies will xeceive technical informatiop from the plants op eration CoOperating Companies The companies cooperating in the project include Iowa Power and Light Co Des Moines In terstate Power Co Dubuque and Iowa Southern Utilities Co Cen terville as well as Consumers Public Power Co Lincoln Neb Also involved are three companies from Minnesota two from Wis consin and one each from South Dakota and Missouri Electrical energy from the Pathfinder plant will flow into all the cooperating systems over in terconnecting transmission lines according to M L Kapp presi dent of CUAPA and head of In terstate The AllisChalmer Mfg Co wounded himself Gary Earl Bright 12 shot anc killed his mother his 5yearok sister Carol and his 3yearolc brother Bobby as they slept The boy was hospitalized in a critical condition with a bulle wound in the chest His father Earl Bright 35 wen to a hospital Monday for treat ment of a recent amputation H iad lost his hand in a cornpicker His last words to the boy wer take care of the farm Sheriff Joe Means said the only reason for the shooting he could find was that the boys motherj the perform ity had told him to get up and go ancc of rescarch develop said however that the Presi dent when he awakened Tues day morning had a slight im pairment in speech The statement added had improved perceptibly dur ing the intervening hours That was a reference to the hours between awakening and issuance of the medical bulle tin at 2 pm The bulletin was signed by the White House physician Maj Gen Howard M Snyder and the commandant at Walter Reed Hospital Maj Gen Leon ard D Heaton The doctors said that the Presidents current condifion was mild and is expected to be transitory In nature but that he would require a period of rest and substantially de creased activity estimated at several weeks Snyder and Heaton added however that the outlook for compare recovery within a i reasonable period of time is ex cellent The a num ber of them called into consul tation during he night and Tuesday agreed that hospital Three Men Hurt in 2Car Crash at Hampton men arein the Lutheran Hospital here and two cars damaged to the extent of as the resultof an ac cident on Highway 65 Monday F H Fr i e Hampton had stopped for a STOP sign before entering the highway He started across without seeing a car ap preaching from the north and they collided f Owen R Winfield and Herman University Dulles and Moroccan Chief Meet Mohammed Is Dinner Guest WASHINGTON W King Mo ammed V of Morocco conferred t the White House Tuesday with Secretary of State Dulles who vas sitting in for the ailing Presi dent Eisenhower A number of US and Moroc can officials took part In a dinner toast Monday night Vice President Nixon lauded the 48yearold Moroccan ruler as a great statesman for his ef forts to tarn his nation into a bridge between the Arab coun tries and Europe Legion of Merit On behalf of Eisenhower Nixon presented the Legion of Merit to the Moroccan King and read Ei senhowers citation which said of Mohammed No friend of the United States has shown himself more dedicated to the perpetua tion of peace and more percep tive of the necessity of safe guarding the ideals of all peace ful nations The King responded that his of in the second Fishman both City Mo were carl Frie was reported in serious condition at the hospital and the other two in fair condition Hickenlooper Says Commies Promoting Their Propaganda TOKYO lift Sen Bourke B Hickenlooper RIowa on the fi state visit and conferences further strengthen confidence and pies and open the way to a close and fruitful cooperation Three Issues The MohammedDulles talks seemed likely to focus mainly on three future of five American military bases in Mo rocco the amount of American aid and the Kings end ing the battle between French forces and Algerian rebels Top American authorities were reported confident that during his three day stay the King would give solid assurances of contin uing longterm leases on the U S bases originally negotiated with France in 1950 In return Mohammed was ex pected to press for steppedup American economic aid and pos sibly military assistance to back up the help the French govern nal leg of a world factfinding tour said Tuesday he found Com munist propaganda being pro moted in every country he visited Hickenlooper ending a more than 20nation swing through Eu rope and Asia has been gather ing information on operation of zation of the President would US foreign policy for the Senate not be necessary jForeign Relations Committee of They were agreed however that he must follow a period of ment has pledged for his newly independent land Test Satellite Firing Expected Next Week which he is a member I think the leadership and thinking people in practically all Mi 1lhoI fnaii substantially decreased acriv mcutny M lwaukee wl bc hc Principal tv jcountnes know wo are peacefully bring in the cows about 5 am It apparently made him mad BURIED TREASURE FRESNO Calif UP Artie Starks told officers Monday he Jordan and other capitals in the believed someone had buried jarea to discuss the recent flareisomething on a vacant lot near ment fabrication and construc tion of the reactor the AEC said Ready by 1962 It is expected the reactor will be completed by June 1962 The commission will not issue a li cense to operate the plant until WASHINGTON UP Secre its safety standards have of Agriculture Ezra Taft Approve Benson Plan to Boost Sale of Surplus met fullv Benson has won Cabinet ap up of the old IsraeliArab conjhis home Police dug up 10 cases fiict Hc will return to New Yorkiof beer still cold They presumed December 8 the announcementthe beer worth had beenlsiSned as a resillt the inisurplus exports by 50 per cent i 1 i i f r i i i The contract is the first to beiproval of a plan to expand farm inclined he said It is Commu nist propaganda to try to obstruct that Hickenlooper added that he be lieves the overall American for eign policy is making progress definitely WASHINGTON attempt to launch Americas first test earth sphere six inches in diameter weighing six pounds and containing only a small radio transmitter is planned for the middle of next week informed sources said Monday These informants said the at tempt will be made at Patrick Air Force Base Fla next Tues day or Wednesday A dawn shot is planned said stolen Manmade Meteor to Moon Possible in 3 Months vitation of January 1957 undenan authoritative source said Monj its power demonstration reactorjday program designed to bring the The source said the plan won resources of industry into the Cabinet endorsement at a meet field ing Friday At the same meet An AEC spokesman said in il was reported Benson wonj swer to a query that it is difficultrenewed backing by President at this stage to estimate the cost Eisenhower for his bid to reduce per killowatt hour at the iVorthfarm pricesupport floors from PASADENA Calif Dr This was a reference to French Fritz Zwicky Cal Tech astro ears that plans for pooling Allied resources and knowledge to meet physicist and former rocket ex pert in Germany says a man the threat of Soviet missiles andj made mclcor to Britain and United States predominance in nuclear power and assign in ferior roles to the other mem bers HOLDUP SIOUX CITY VFW could be the next three months Zwicky told an interviewer that a few preliminary tests and perhaps might re sult in landing a poundand half slu on the lunar body Eventually he added frag club here was robbed of about ments of such a slug probably in cash and a stack of checks by ati armed bandit late Monday could be made to glance off the moon and return to earth Zwicky said the slug could be attachcd to a shaped charge of high explosive The charge and slug would be fired aloft by an Aerobee rocket In 1946 Zwicky supervised the firing of a V2 rocket equip ped with shaped charges This attempt failed but last Oct 16 such charges exploded meteors into space at the highest veioci ity achieved by a manmade ob mph Some of these particles re leased from charges fired at Holloman Air Force Base N M escaped the earths gravity and are now moving in an el lipse around the sun jern States reactor He said there unknown factors 75 to 00 per cent At Bensons urging the admin are still many and that this type of information istration will ask Congress to au is what the AEC hopes to find out thorizc sales oMVfe million dol m its program jiars worth of farm surpluses in return for foreign currencies in the fiscal year beginning next l Similar sales in the cur rent fiscal year arc limited by law to one billion dollars At the Cabinet meeting Ben json is said to have outlined his entire package of farm proposals for hc next session of Congress There was no opposition from the President or any member of the Cabinet the source said program is still the SAME Presidents program AP Photorax GETTING DOWN TO Mohammed V of Morocco and US Secretary of State Dulles exchange pleasantries before getting down to business on mat ters pertaining between the two governments Dulles is sitting in for President Eisenhower who was taken ill Monday night   

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