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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 30, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH I 0 W A N S NEIGHBORS VOL LXIV AwocUted end United Full Seven Onu Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY NOVEMBER 30 1957 ot Two One No 41 e Revamps Science Advisory Group Missile Project to SAC Defense Dept Orders Shift WASHINGTON tfi Gen Thomas D White Air Force chief of staff announced several shifts in command Friday as part of a drive to put 17 S missiles on an operational basis He said responsibility for both the intercontinental and interme diaterange missiles in their ini tial phase was transferred this week from the Air Research and Develop ment Command to the Strategic Air Command Maj Gen David Wade chief of staff of SAC was named to head the missiles force The initial missile division has also been transferred to SAC White disclosed and the entire resources of the big Air Force depot at San Bernardino Calif have been made available to sup port the SAC missile effort U S Must Win We airmen who have fought to assure that the United states has the capability to control the air are determined thatthe United States must win the capability to control White said in a speech to t h e National Press Club The shifts follow a Defense De partment decision tobegin oper ational production of both the Air Forces Thor and the Armys Jupiter mis siles It is hoped to have the first missile squadron established at a U S base in Britain the end of next year The Air Force will handle both missiles with cooperation from the Army We know where we arc ed White said adding that thci changes will serve to give this country an earlier operational ca pability in the missiles field Russias Problems White said that Russia has de fensive probems as well as the United States Mentioning the ring of U S bases established abroad he de clared It is quite obvious that our air power could be zeroed in on the USSR from every direc tion White acknowledged that exist ing U S air power is not the answer for all time But he said it is reasonably adequate and will be strength ened as the new missile weapons come into operation The A i r Forces first Snark squadron is to be activated next month The Snark is a guided missile actually a pilotlcss jet bomber with a designed range of 5000 miles It can carry a nuclear warhead Division Organized w a s ago at Cooke Air Base Lompoc f c wit ivauvinic dim UlUilU Calif totram officers and men V Shawstad 26 Iowa Falls The m the maintenance and use of the pair formerly operated stores in new unmanned weapons thcjr hometowns Plans also are under way for Tnc govcrnment complaint con he constructs of a huge tended the two launching base for interconti A KISS FOR MOHAMMED V King 16day tour of the U S His TexassSp V of Morrocco gets a kiss on off included a visit to the fabulous King the cheek fromLinda Sue Dewers 10 ranch which gprajyls over six counties after he arrived in Dallas Tex on a and 194 years of 282 North lowans Have Busy Time on Chicago Excursion By ROBERT ARMSTRONG GlobeGazette Farm Editor CHICAGO It was partly cloudy and the temperature was schedule due to mechanical dif ficulties encountered in switch ing engines at Manly The steam for heat could not be connected the high 30s as the 282 North after lne engine was switched lowans arrived at the LaSalle from the hack to the front of the Street station Friday to attend train The difficulty was settled the International Live Stock Exwhen a freight engine was called position into service to take the lowans The train was an hour behind to Chicago Back on Schedule 2 North lowans Awaiting Trial on Mail Fraud Count CEDAR RAPIDS UP Two former chain store operators were free on bond each await ing a federal grand jury trial here on a ninecount charge stemming from a complicated mail fraud scheme that netted them an esti mated S66000 A complaint was filed here Fri The original missile division day by US Ally F E Van Al organized several months stine against Kenneth M Thron f nn T n n In spite of the late arrival the 4H and FFA members arrived at the Board of Trade building on schedule and watched the opening of the grain market As Jerry Fowler Hampton put it when the market opened What a mob ton 34 Radcliffeand Raymond men prepared phony conditional sales contracts jmuny luuuuiuiidi Arties cuiiuacis nental missiles al Warren Air for ficlitioiis b s obtaim Force Base near Cheyenne Wyomoney from thrcc endi White also conurmed frnday cics for thc conlract that the Air Force has jc development an antiballistic mis siic missile thc Wizard He said in reply to a question Ihat the Wizard is an Air Force development project in the anti ballistic missile missile area and added Thc entire field is under a single management con cept in the Defense Depart ment There have been published re ports that the Convair division of General Dynamics Corp has the overall contracts for the Wizard but heretofore the Air Force has declined to answer questions about the project SOME ERROR ST LOUIS P Gleb a retired grocer happily re claimed SSOO he overpaid for four tires Gleb M bought thc tires for S1S2 He thought thc money y in other invest ments fraudulently The three firms that lost money were Gamble Skogomo Mon mouth 111the Iowa Finance Co Iowa Falls and the Iowa Falls Slate Bank British Ship Sinking in South Atlantic LONDON Ant arctic explorer ship Shackle ton radioed Saturday it collided with an ice floe and was sinking off the South Polar mainland v Q fAUIIO IflUl OO prepared to abandon ship near tired 4Her began to return to Laurie Island if thc strategy their rooms following the days he handed store owner John Noel failed Laurie Island is in the activities Most of the group included a bill U was ajSouih Orkney Islands group in changed plans which once in bill jthe South Atlantic eluded a fancy supper out and a show to a light snack and a goo nights sleep Saturdays schedule called fo a sightseeing tour of Chicag and a trip to the livestock expos tion Many of the activities 01 iginally scheduled for Frida night were rescheduled for Sa urday night Another Skeleton Is Uncovered on Ed Geins Farm Portage County Sheriff Herb Wan serski said Saturday he and Alter viewing the opening oiT laia bflurday fte uanc e grain market the North depulyhfve dug another hi a man skeleton on the Waushar the lowans watched a movie ing the markets operations and then ventured off into Chica gos traffic seeking their first meal in Chicago Comments from A guy could get hurt in this traffic to Isnt it exciting came as the group dispersed After a lunch and short rest the men in the group boarded buses for the tour of the Repub lic Steel Corp The 18mile trip took 40 minutes going to the plant farm of Edward Gein i Khrushchev to Be Fashion Plate Gets Complete Wardrobe From Exclusive Tailor ROME head to nar row pointed toe Nikita S Khrushchev soon willbe ready to step out dressed as a new man The Sicilian proprietor of a Rome tailor shop said Saturday he has finished a wardrobe for the little round man who runs the Soviet Communist Party And from the tailors descrip tion it will bring a revolution to the one in style Angelo Litrico said he deliv ered two two overcoats two pairs of shoes three hats and four silk neckties to the Soviet Embassy Saturday But not a single item has any trace of red The Russians Litrico explained dont like that color in their clothing Nor does anything in the wardrobe conform to the ac cepted Russian style Baggy trousers loose coat tanklike shoes and drab ties Khrush chev will be attired in the latest European styles with even a dash of American flavor Litrico announced a month ago that he was making the suits and overcoats for Khrush chev who is fivefeetfive and has a 49inch waist The tailor revealed only Friday that the order had been expanded to in clude the fancy accessories He said he expected to receive equivalent of almost for the outfits The shoes made by a Flor ence artisan and about the same as an American size eight are narrow and graceful ly pointed in keeping with the current Italian trend Nothing like those tanks the Russians usually wear said Litrico proudly The hats are fairly wide brimmed and slightly crushed at the top Litrico describes the ties as mixture of colors with no positive designs Not very loud by Western tastes the tailor said but a step ahead of the plain Soviet ties 3 Above in Mason City States Low Towa shivered in temperatures near zero Saturday but strong vinds which accompanied the cold front have died down and the mercury was climbing rapidly Mason City had the state low of 3 above zero Waterloo had 5 Spencer had 7 and Dubuque 8 Lows ranged up to 11 above al Burlington Council Bluffs Dav enport Ottumwa and Sioux City Light southwesterly breezes Saturday morning had replacec the strong northerly winds which buffeted the state Friday Suffers Exposure A Shellsburg Em ma Rear 75 wasJSbspitalizea a Cedar Rapids suffering from ex posure JVIrs Rear was found ly ing in the yard of her home al Shellsburg Friday night Doctors said Mrs Rear was in critical condition and had a tern perature of only 74 degrees when admitted to the hospital She was reported in fair condition Satur day morning however Warmer Seen The southwesterly breezes nov moving into Iowa will drive the colder air eastward out of th state Saturday the Weather Bu reau said The mercury was ex pected to climb into the 20s am lower 30s over the stale Highs Friday varied from 31 at Mason City to 43 at Burlington The warming trend was expect ed to continue through Saturda night and lows mostly in the 20 were anticipated Top reading Sunday in the 30s and lower 40 were forecast The cold front Saturday extend STFVFNS POINT tm ed asfar south as Georgia and POUST Wis Iffl northern Fiorida Frascr Colo was the coldesl tion WJth a in he na who already has admitted killin two women and looting nin graves Wanserski said he and Deput Sheriff George Cummings dug u the bones including a complete skull with its teeth and several gold crowns in what appeared to be a garbage trench about a quarter mile from Geins farm house The sheriff said he and Cum mings located the trench after Dufek Others Escape Injury in Accident LITTLE AMERICA Antarctica A Navy Super DCS transpor plane carrying Rear Adm newsmen crashlanded oh fire lat Friday night after a flight her skidded in on a cushion of snow AP Photofax WINNIE IS 83 W i n s ton Churchill offers this smiling closeup as he leaves his London home for his country estate at Chartwell to observe his 83rd prime spec ial giiestjField Lord Montgomery celebrated World War II commander The Weather Mason City Fair not so cole Saturday night low 1520 In creasing cloudiness and warm er Sunday high 3337 Iowa Fair and warmer Saturdaj night lows in the 20s Partly cloudy and warmer Sunday Further most ly cloudy a few snow flurries a little colder Minnesota Cloudy and warmer high Sunday 2232 GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Saturday Maximum 31 Minimum 3 At 8 am 5 Precipitation trace City Bus Strike at Burlington Averted BURLINGTON strike o city bus drivers in this city o 30000 was averted when drivers voted Friday night to accept a company offer of a wage increase of eights cents an hour The driv ers members of Local 212 of the Sputnik Is Rocket Set to Tumble CAMBRIDGE Mass Rus iias rocket satellite is expected o plunge to death late Saturday afternoon or Saturday evening h e Smithsonian Astrophysical Observator said Saturday Dr Fred L Whipple observa pry director based the predic tion on new sightings just re ceived from the radar telescope at Jodrell Bank England The rocket will probably fall in the Eastern Hemisphere Whip pie said possibly in eastern Asia or the western Pacific The satellite rocket has only Tighter Link Is Ordered President in Quiet Weekend GETTYSBURG Pa dent Eisenhower has moved to tighten White House coordina tion of the US effort to speed scientific and technological pro gress The White House announced Saturday that the 12member Science Advisory Committee or ganized initially under the Office of Defense Mobilization will work directly with the White House hereafter And the hera where Eisenhower is convalesc ing from a slight stroke also said the group would be expand ed to a membership of 17 First Test ew more revolutions to go The White House announce ment came as US specialists continued final preparations lead ing up to the launching of the first American test satellite ex pected sometime next haps Tuesday morning The White House statement on the advisory committee change explained the move in these terms This action was taken in order that there would be a more di rect relationship between the committee the President and fir James R Killian Jr his newly appointed specialsassistant for George J Dufek scientists and Amalgamated Assn of Street Electric Railway and Motor Coach Employes of America had from McMurdo Sound All aboard sought a 40cent wage boost Na escaped injury as the plane tional City Lines had offered a fivecent increase earlier HIV v w 11 1 IVl but the return trip in the 5 told him thai Gein used traffic took an hour and 45Jto bury garbage in the woods Hci minutes said they found thc bones after The bus driver pointing outabout a halfhours digging Frii sights of interest to his passcniday gcrs on the return trip pointedi Tne said additional dig to an overhead railroad track would be done Saturday muttered in to his mike When He declined to say formally we pass under the tressle you tnc skeleton appeared to1 see what is probably the worlds greatest example of organized confusion Lake Drive He was speaking of the Lake shore Drive and Michigan Ave traffic While the men were touring the Republic Steel plant the vomen in the group were touring the In stitute of Lighting The Institute demonstrated the different uses male or female but other sources said that thc skull was larger than any of the heads found in Geins grisly collection All the other human remnants previously found were in thc iso lated farmhouse where the 51 yearold handyman lived alone and all have been tentatively iden tiffed as femaie Messages received by the Britand abuses of lighting in decorat ish Admiralty indicated the 50 ing The exhibit emphasized prop crewmen and scientists aboard er lighting for relieving eye were fighting to save the 1100strain and as a tool in interior ton vessel by dumping cargo decorating overboard They were reported Evening plans began to fade SAME COMMITTEE IN RECESS Three members of the Senate Preparedness committee get final instructions from Chairman Lyndon Johnson DTex as they ad journ their investigation of the U S missiles program until the middle of December Left to right are John Stennis Edwin Weisl committee counsel Sen Ralph Flanders RVt and Johnson IM Miles Up Whipple said it was not impos iible that the rocket could fall in the Western Hemisphere or even over the United States but since the low point of its orbit is on the other side of the world it is more probable that the end would come in that region The rocket was believed to be less than 100 miles above the earth at its low pointSaturday The rocket completed a series of passages across the United States Saturday morning from southwest to northeast at barely 100 miles altitude The giant 250foot dish of the Jodrell Bank radar telescope was the only subtantiated report the observator received The rocket is circling the world in such a position that it does not cross any land area at a favor able twilight period for optical observation Speeding Up The experts said it is expected that the outer case and tanks of the rocket will burn off in the at mosphere but the heavier motor should survive and be recogniz able if found They also said that if the death plunge comes at night the rocket will leave a glowing trail across the sky like a meteor ite and if it comes in the daytime it will leave a trail of smoke Smithsonian figures that the rocket is speeding up about a half minute a day as it falls lower into a tighter circle around the earth Computations based on observa tions up to Thursday night indi cate it now circles the world in 892 minutes When this drops to about 876 minutes according to Dr Fred L Whipple Smithsonian director the rocket may be in such dense at mosphere it will start to glow from thc friction of thc air At that point its death is imminent Retired Iowa Farmer Victim of Accident MUSCATINE UP John G Thomas 79 Columbus City a re tired farmer died late Friday in Muscatine General Hospital of in juries suffered earlier in the day when his car went out of control and overturned in a ditch south west of Columbus City LEGAL NAME SANTA MONICA Calif UP Louis Jourdan of thc screen is now Louis Jourdan legally in pri vate life Superior Judge Oyvmdo H Rhodes granted the actor per mission Friday to discard his real Gendrc He is a native of Marseilles France T I RabJjCofumibla physicist formerly was known as the Science Advisory Committee It now will be designated the Presidents Science Advisory Committee Eisenhower arrived at his farm from Washington by automobile Friday afternoon just four days after suffering a blockage of a small brain artery Enjoys Visit Continuing to snap back Eisen hower prowled happily around the farm and enjoyed a visit with his four small grandchildren Saturday morning the Presi dents physician Maj Gen How ard M Snyder sent word to news men that his patients recovery progress continues to be excel lent There still was no word whether Eisenhower will remain at the farm for the weekend or plan a more extended visit His doctors have ordered several weeks of rest before he returns full time to his White House desk There was word however that Eisenhower pulled up a chair in front of his TV set and watched the Army take on Navy in Phila delphia As commander in chief of all the armed forces Eisen hower publicly takes no sides Pulls for Alma Mater He hasmade it a practice each year to telegraph best wishes to both teams the day of the big game But he has been known to add a line to the West Point wire leaving no doubt hes still pulling for the school where he played football more than 40 years ago Snyder traveled from Washing ton with the President and Mrs Eisenhower and is staying at the familys country home Italian Opera Singer Gigli Is Dead at 67 ROME tf Beniamino Gigli the Italian singer who succeeded Enrico Caruso as the star tenor of New Yorks Metropolitan Op era died at his home Saturday of pneumonia He was 67   

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