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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 2, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspape Edited for MAS City GLOBEGAZETTE OME H 1 N I W S r A T H A T MAKES A L L N 0 T H VOL LXIV 0 W A N S NEIGHBORS AMortmUd fnu tnd United Prew Full cent copy MASON CITY IQWATMONOAY 2 1957 ThU of Two SectionsSection OM KU 44 Presides Over Cabinet Me One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLU 13001 WOI Ames WTAU Quincy 1930 WStll Citj Ulfli pm Sundij pm Thursday pm Thursday pm Saturday Thered Be No More Russia TF Russias two Sputniks circl ing around in outer space and those raucous boasts from Krem lin Hill about longrange guided missiles have caused you to doubt Americas military might I have this suggestion to offer Arrange and I think you can for a visit to Offutt Air Force Base near Omaha Nebraska Thats the nerve center for the nations Strategic Air Command more commonly referred to by its initials SAC This experience came to me recently and what I saw heard and sensed had the effect of con firming my conviction that our national defense is at its alltime high In those things that really count as those which merely attract publicity we are at peak development While some of the things I saw and heard during my full day of briefing at the site of what in World War I was Fort McCrook were classified the military word meaning most of them were open for inspection and pub licizing We want the Kremlin to know that were capable of striking back with a mighty blow Lt Gen Francis H Griswold sec ond in command in SAC told our group We can prevent war only by letting potential enemies know what we can Nonebufa Midmiiri A realistic prospectus of an all out war in an era of nuclear wea pons is so terrifying that none but a madman would start one the general added by way of sug gesting that peace is our pro fession Means other than war he contended must be employed to resolve international quarrels Guided missiles figure import antly in the SAC picture But there is no assumption that over night they are going to do away with what was referred to as manned airplanes The day of pushbutton warfare may be just ahead but most assuredly isnt here for ours or any other coun try Ordinary prudence of course calls for a maximum utilization of guided missiles and a progres sive integration with transporta tion of warheads by planes with speeds undreamed of in World War I Thc progress in fire power if progress is the word in such a gory business is well illustrated by the fact that one plane today a B52 can carry in one flight a total explosive force greater than that released by all i that made our bomb runs in SEN JENNER Jenner Not io Run for Re Election BEDFORD Ind Wil liam E Jenner RInd went quail hunting Monday and left politicians of both parties guess ing at the reasons for his sudden withdrawal as a candidate for reelection Jenner ment in made his announce a twopar a graph letter made public by Robert W Mat thews Republican state chair man Jenner 49 declined to am plify it and told The Associated Press There are many reasons Most of the reasons are personal At any all mine Some might be misunderstood if I elaborated on the statement To Practice Law Jenner said he will practice law in Indianapolis with Jack C Brown who resigned recently as federal district attorney Democratic leaders asserted he was retiringbeca usehe fore saw defeat in 1958 but most ob servers fell his chances of vic tory would have been at least even Republicans had counted on him to lead the state ticket next year and had expected to re nominate him without opposition Lone Wolf A conservative frequently at odds with the Eisenhower ad ministration Jenner had become See Big Week for Missiles Satellite Will Be Launched CAPE CANAVERAL Fla UP bird watchers society oJ newsmen and photographers be gan gathering on the beaches in force Monday to check reports the guided missile test center would put on its biggest diplay of rocket launchings this week Unofficial reports indicated at least four missiles including the Vanguard satellitelauncher rock et were being readied on the launching pads The reports listed a Snark ready for firing Tuesday the Vanguard Wednesday an inter continental Atlas Thursday and a Thor on Friday In the jargon of the missile center such rockets are called birds and the corps of spectators bird watchers Tested Already The Snark however is not rocket It is a 5000mile range pilotless plane with a rocket booster for takeoff and a ramjet engine for flight It has been tested successfully numerous times and is slated as the chief weapon for a new Air Force com bat group The Vanguard is a 72foot long threestage rocket developed by the Navy Reports indicated that scientists will attempt to put into orbit around the earth with the Vanguard a test satellite measur ing 64 inches in diameter and weighing almost four pounds It has a radio transmitter but no scientific recording instruments head of there will be no advance announcement of the launching expected about 7 am But he addedthe Defense Department will give the word to the press here the moment the huge threestage rocket is fired News Conference U S SATELLITE READIED The U S Vanguard earth satellite launching rocket scheduled to be fired Wednesday from Cape Caneveral Fla is going through its final testsAt left workmen place the small six mch gold test sphere atop the third stage of the rocket US Council oi Churches Open Talks ST LOUIS Mo ft Church eaders said Monday Chirstian orces in America are pulling to wonrerence Sether is never that A news conference will be they face omber new challenges t M i t in U i called within two hours after ward at the Naval Research Lab oratory here Hagen said This will be the first time the public t UH iik 11 iv lllw something of a lone wolf in will learn whether the US satel Washington He was a friend of Iite is successfully hurled into an Sen Joseph R McCarthy Rorbit around the earth he said Wis and after the deaths of Me That presumably excludes the in a dawning age of nuclear pow er and space travel The relation of developments to nto space H13 iVH LI Lit O IMG Carthy and former Sen Herman Possibility that the rocket may Welker he said Im visibly fai before disappearing the only one left Gov Harold W Handley Jen ners friend and political ally appeared to be the most likely nominee to succeed the senator although the election comes mid way in his fouryear term in the Statchouse Nicholas Files Expense Account nuclearspace religious faith was brought up in an opening business session of the triennial General Assembly of the National Council of Churches Renew Contacts There also was a prediction that council a varied crosssection r j The Atlas developed here churches will send a dep contains only a radio powered by solar batteries At center the nose cone of the 72foot rocket is lowered over the sphere The cone will open like a clam at a pre scribed altitude and release the sphere At right the entire rocket is assembled and readied for firing The Weathe Mason City Occasional light snow Monday night and early Tuesday Decreasing cloudiness Tuesday afternoon Low Mon day night 2025 High Tuesday 3540 Iowa Considerable cloudiness with intermittent light snow beginning west Monday night spreading across state Tues day Little temperature change low Monday night in 20s Five dayIowa Temperatures will average near normal with only minor daily changes Tues day through Saturday Normal highs 31 north to 39 south Nor vjnaLhighs 31north to 39 south precipitation js expected t average onetenth of an inch northwest to onefourth inch southeast occurring as inter mittent light snow during the period Minnesota Cloudy flurries GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Monday Maximum Minimum At 8 am YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 43 13 14 39 30 an Air Force contract has been tested twice before and each time had to be destroyed at a com paratively low altitude because of malfunctioning of some of its expens parts The Thor is another Air Force Ballistics missile in the intermedi ate range class It was launched successfully for the first time only recently The Thor is the Air Force counterpart of the Armys utation to renew contacts with Christian leadeYs in Red China when feasible j At the same time an executive report said that advances ini mans physical including explorations into outer space threaten to overshadow the great er values of spiritual strength The 30 Denominations 4Hers Winding Up Trip to Chicago By BOB ARMSTRONG GlobeGazette Farm Editor CHICAGO 111 Church services and a visit to the Museum mat made our bomb runs inlTT World War IT In short one bang ftate Comptroller now would bo greater than all am H Nicholas the bangs of that conflict lsls an ouUa of last Julv i Fools Paradise i TU i he 19n7 Legislature Anybody on Kremlin Hill who the lieutenant governor with tested successfully here it Gov Wil Mason City since Sundays They turned imagines for could escape a minute that it such an attack is indeed living in a fools paradise annual expense fund Ex penses listed by Nicholas in clude seven roundtrips by car The thought Ive heard exjfrom Mason City to Des koines pressed many times by others 7 cents a mile or a trip the effect that nobody could winiplus meals and lodging expense a future war seemed to take on in DCS Moines He also lists ex special meaning for me whenipenses for attending meetings at r i Spirit Lake and Denison His re I heard it from the very persons who would have to provide the CONTINUED ON PAGE I1 3 port covers the period from July BUY CHRISTMATSEALS tO six hours of sleeP for the I Jim game iUiiU about W4 million memjreports of from three hers nearly a fourth of the naLight iT 11 Saturdays tour of the International Live Stock Exposi k through the Chicago stock yards here for the po cv mak mP ncrc the policymakmg meet set a snails pace as they trodded the mile and a quarter Tt i vi j Chicago Temple polbwere tt cit for a tr to th next three years museum The group slopped at the museum for about 45 minutes The Rev Dr Roy G Ross of York was reelected general secretary of the council Dr R H Edwin Espy of New York was jon a sightseeing tour Saturday but returned for a trip into the coal mine and to look at the German submarine The fast pace of the Chicago visit is beginning to tell on many I contest Sherman took top honors rclarv c i as assocale general secof the 4Hers as many chose to Vfnfon Farmer Is Victim of Accident VINTON WOrviHe Manley 50 who farms near here died of broken neck suffered Sunday was strangled by his lake in a show or stay in their rooms to sleep or talk Rules Skyline Activities on the agenda Monday included the trip to the observation deck of the Pruden tial Building Thc building is the tallest in Chicago depending on whom you ask The actual struc is not Berg Osage among North lowans with his third place junior yearling Hereford He also had the eighth place junior yearling Shorthorn Alan Duea Thornton showed the seventh place senior Angus Hereford calf and Judy Vining Osage showed the 28th place summer yearling Angus Placed 13th The Franklin County livestock judging team placed 13th in the corn picker He was father Louis Man on whose farm he had been on the roof it does rule Chicagos skyline Brown Hampton placed 17th in individual judging wifh a sixth place finish in the cattle judging TOURED BASE The GlobeGazettes editor Earl Hall is shown here second from the left in the front row with a group of 30 lowans who recently spent a clay at Offutt Air Force Base near Omaha nerve center of the Strategic Air Command The party consisted of journalists educators industrialists and businessmen Mr Halls commen tary in Col 1 on this page is a report on his observations e ugng After the trip to the Prudentialjand a 13th place finish in the Building members of the Cerro Gordo County group toured he swine contest Fred Elling Lati mer placed 18th in the sheep rcdcral Reserve Bank and badjudging contest a luncheon there p The Frankhn County 4H team Hans for the afternoon werejplaccd 5th in the cattle judging varied and many got in somecontcst 26th in the sheep contest shopping to pick up somethingjand sixth in the swine judging Vt n J ml n ft for the people back home The KGLONorth Iowa Special train is scheduled to leave the La Salic Street station Monday night at oclock and is scheduled to ar rive in Mason City at 7 am Tues day contest Carl Rehder team coach said One class of sheep is what sally hurt us All the boys missed it and I think we were just looking for the wrong thing At least it wasnt what the judge in the junior livestock fcedingwas looking for Renews Hi Peace Pleas AMMAN Jordan Sec retary General Dag Hammarsk jold continued talks with Jor danian leaders Monday but there was no indication of cbmpro nise irt the dispute UN sources feared might bring an open clash with Israel Trouble could break out Wed nesday when an Israeli convo again is scheduled to go to Is raeliheld Mt Scopus inside Jor danian territory A spokesman for Hammarsk old said that shooting might re suit if Jordan continues to refus o allow convoys through and Is rael insists on sending them This thing could get that seri oils if it is not settled he de dared Arrived Sunday Hammarskjold arrived from Beirut Sunday and soon afte alked at length with 23yearold King Hussein had two long ses ions with Foreign Minister and Deputy Premier Samir Rifai and met briefly with Premier Ibra him Hashem A communique said Hammar kjoldand Jordanian leaders dis ussed problems relating to the lengthening of the position o he UN truce supervision or particularly in the It Scopus demilitarized area Convoys Stopped Hammarskjold flew to the Mid le East after Jordan turned ack two Israeli convoys to Mt copus and also demanded thai JS Marine Col Byron Leary e removed as chief UN truce bscrver The Jordanians charged that asoline carried by the convoys onstituted military supplies arred by the Palestine armis ce Israel contended that the asoline is needed for an electric generator on Mt Scopus a low hill inside the Arabheld Old City of Jerusalem The hill occupied by Israel ever since the Pales tine War is the site of Hadassab Hospital and the Hebrew Univer sity BULLETIN ATLANTIC CJTY NJ UP high AFLCIO official pro posed Monday that three mil lion union members in the build ing trades voluntarily give up seeking wage increases next year President Back at Capital Another Step in Recovery FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON President Ei tenhower returned from a long weekend of rest on his Gettysburg farm Monday and went directly o his office to dictate a memor andum before presiding over 4 Cabinet meeting The President went to his office ong enough to dictate the memo o his secretary Ann Whitman then went to the living quarters of the White House for lunch and a nap before going to the Cabinet meeting This was the Presidents first visit to his office since last Mon day afternoon when he com plained of a chill and was sent to bed with what proved to be a cerebral attack 2Hour Trip Eisenhower grinning broadly arrived at the White House at am after a motor trip of iust under two hours from Gettys burg Riding in the same car with the President was White House Press Secretary James C Hagerty who said Eisenhower continues to make an excellent recovery Hagerty said the President had a very good nights sleep again Sunday He said Snyders assess ment of the Presidents condition this morning was that progress continues to be excellent The Cabinet planned to discuss the agenda for Tuesdays White House congres sional leaders of both parties Hagerty was unable ivhether Eisenhower would attend Tuesdays bipartisan meeting or Wednesdays meeting of Republi can congressional leaders at the White House Adlai to Attend Adlai E Stevenson the Presi dents Democratic opponent io 1952 and 1956 will attend Tues days meeting The State Depart ment announced that Stevenson acting as a special consultant to the administration on plans for the Dec 16 North Atlantic Treaty Organization summit meeting will participate in portions of the legislative meeting dealing with NATO matters Among other things expected to be discussed is a Defense Depart ment budget of around 39 billion dollars including more money for missiles that may be given close to final approval Modifications in some of the spending and legislativeplans may be made later as a result of the congressional talks The meeting with leaders of both par ties Tuesday is expected to deal largely with international and overall defense aspects of the Presidents program Purely do mestic issues if previous proce dure is followed will be saved for discussions with GOP congres sional leaders which will follow at the White House Wednesday Snow and Colder Weather Are in Iowas Forecast The mercury pushed into the iOs at many places in Iowa Sun day but the Weather Bureau said Monday snow and colder temper atures were headed toward the state Temperatures the remainder if the week were expected to av erage near normal Precipitation vas expected to average one enth to onefourth inch in inter mittent light snow throughout he period The snow was expected to be gin in western Iowa Monday ight and push on across the tale on Tuesday High temperatures Monday vere expected to be about 10 de rees colder than on Sunday vhen highs ranged from 40 at Vaterloo to 56 at Council Bluffs nd Lamoni Mason City had 43 DROWNS IN LAKE FAIRMONT Minn UP A airmpnt youth drowned Sunday iceskating on a lake Rob rt Krohn 17 apparently skated ff into open water   

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