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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 3, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited or Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSfAPIR THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10 WANS NEIGHBORS HOME VOL LXIV Preti tad United Preu Full Seven CcaU Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY DECEMBER 3 1957 This Paper Consists of Four Ona No 4F Ike Invites Adlai to Paris Conference Satellite Set for F irmg Bugs Are Eliminated CAPE CANAVERAL Fla Engineers worked at top speed Tuesday to prepare Americas first space satellite for launching at dawn or soon thereafter Wed nesday They apparently remedied one last minute problem the mal functioning of ground support equipment designed to cool some of the fuel before it was pumped into the rocket They also eliminated noise in terference or static in the cru cial second stage of the three stage vehicle which will attempt to place a 6Vi inch ball into an orbit 300 to 1200 miles above the earth Experts Confident If it wasnot eliminated this difficulty could make the 72foot tall rocket wobble in flight and cause it to break up Builders of the thirdstage unit that actually will propel the tiny sphere into an orbit it is hoped and become a satellite up for launching preparations and ex pressed confidence that if the first two rocket stages work perfectly theirs will too Charles E Bartley of Redlands Calif president of Grand Central Rocket Co told areporter par rockets alreadyhave gone higher than anyothers We hope tljat this week we can claim a second rec DAG IN ISRAEL Peace Talks in MidEast Are Fruitless JERUSALEM W Sec retary General Dag Hammarsk jold arrived in Jerusalem Tues day on the second leg of a Mid dle East peace mission that ap parently made no headway in Jordan AJordanian spokesman said tlammarskjold might return to Amman after his talks with Is raeli leaders That was taken as evidence that the secretary general had found Jordans leaders adamant in their demand for UN inx spcction of Israeliheld Mt Sco pus and their refusal to let Is raeli convoys take gasoline to Radio Signal While the satellite itself is so small it may not be visible and may be tracked only by the radio signal it broadcasts the third stage shell is painted white gnd should be visible at dawn and dusk It will be about five feet long In Washington the Defense De partment has emphasized there is no certainty the first sphere to be fired will start circling the earth Putting a satellite into or bit is not thc prime purpose of the lest but of course such a re sult would be welcome because of the additional data which could be gathered the department said Thc test is intended primarily to try out the complete launching equipment and to gather perform ance data Density of Air A satellite put in an orbit 300 miles above the earths surface could stay up for a year calcu lations indicate The lower the height the shorter the time the satellite could stay aloft The calculations on a satellites life are based on the density of the atmosphere at various heights Even the extremely thin air 300 miles up would exert enough drag on a satellite lo slow it down and end its career in the long run If he grapefruitsized satellite1 in thc nose cone of thc Vanguard is hurled into orbit it will go aloft just two months to the day after Russia sent up Sputnik I Sputnik II with its dog passenger was launched Nov 3 The United States hopes to shoot four of these small globes into orbit this month then fire a fully equipped 21inch sphere as soon as possible next year Louisiana Physician Is Named Family Doctor of Year the hill Chief of Team Immediately after arriving from Amman Hammarskjold went to the UN truce head quarters in neutral territory be tween Jordan and Israel for a talk with US Marine Col By ron W Leary acting chief of the UN mediation team Later he was to confer with Prime Minister David Ben Gurion and Foreign Minister Golda Meir Joint Communique A joint UNJordan commu nique issued after two days of meetings between Hammarsk jold and leaders in Amman in dicated that the talks had fallen short of UN expectations Three issues are central in the latest IsraelJordan tension 1 Jordans refusal to allow an Israeli convoy bearing 490 gallons of gasoline to pass through its territory to Mt Sco pus in old Jerusalem 2 Jor dans rejection of Col Learyas a UX mediatory and 3 charges from Jordan and Is rael that each is building forti fications in the demilitarized zone in violation of the 1949 armistice MEET AT WHITE HOUSE of State Dulles and Adlai Steven fense and foreign policy Stevenson son both step aside offering each other Democratic presidential standardbearer the lead to the door of the White House in 1952 and 1956 temporarilyis employed as they arrive for a bipartisan conference by the government as a foreign of congressional leaders on national de policy adviser Meany Stolen Load of Iowa Butter Is Recovered BOSTON Mass truck load of hot Iowa butter valued at was recovered by au thorities Monday night about five miles from where it had been stolen earlier in the day The refrigerator truck had been reported missing by Sterling Wei lingham 45 Rolfe Iowa while he and a fellow driver John Arnold 40 Chicago were registering in a hotel just a short distance from their destination After the truck and its 15 tons of butter were re covered Wellington said the seals had not been broken but there was a possibility some of the cargo had spoiled ATLANTIC CITY N J bor union chiefs looked with gen eral i disfaybrTuesday on piosal from oneof their colleagues that unions help combat inflatibn by foregoing 1958 wage boosts i George Meany AFLGIO presi dent sent word through aides that he will personally scotch the idea in a speech to one of the several union groups meeting in advance of the AFLCIO convention Other federation leaders gener ally with the plan put orward by President Richard J Gray of Buildingand Construction Trades Department claiming some 3Vi million of the 15 million AFLCIO members Gray in to his Building Trades group Monday called for oosened government credit poli cies to aid financing of all types of construction and suggested the wage moratorium to counter infla tion He said his plan would cre ate more cdnstruction jobs But other AFLCIO leaders were quick to hark back to the AFL CIOs economic thesis that a high wage policy is good for the coun try by creating mass purchasing on the suggestion until he saw the text of Grays remarks Reuiher has announced that his union in 1958 negotiations will give top priority to demands for a shorter work week and a substantial increase in takehome pay Reuther also proposed that the to buy up production was expected to stress APPLIANCES STOLEN STATE CENTER Frank E Gannett Former Head of News Chain Dies ROCHESTER N Y E Gannett 81 who built a stake into a newspaper empire died Tuesday The publisher had been under medical care since April 1955 when he suffered a fracture of a vertebra in a fall down stairs at WINTERSET A An his home drew 88 Des Homes died Mon Gannett retired last April as day at a Winterset hospital of president of the Gannett Co Inc and became president emeritus power Meany this In Detroit Walter P Rcuther president of the United Auto Workers and AFLCIO vice presi dent said he would not comment DIES OF INJURIES A illu comPanv controls and oper 22 newspapers 4 radio sta i3 Trl Vieslitions and 3 television stations gating a brcakn at the HomCjMost of thc Gannctt newspapcrs 011 in New York State made off with Sl400 in electrical A Democrat early inlife Gan appliances PHILADELPHIA Cecil W Clark a 37yearold country doctor of Cameron La and medi cal hero when Hurricane Audrey roared into that small town last June was chosen by the Ameri can Medical Assn Tuesday as the nations most outstanding fam ily physician for 1957 Dr Clark lost three of his five children in the hurricane Clark who was the only physi cian in Cameron at the time of the disaster was named general big auto companies cut prices on 1958 models by an average of and in return he said the U AW would take the companies finan cial position into consideration in framing its wage demands This proposal was turned down by the auto companies Critics of Grays wage increase holdback plan also said building tradesmen are in a better wage position than most other groups of workers A government survey in mid1957 showed their nation wide average wage at an hour Moreover the bulk of the Build ing Trades workers are under longterm contracts of two three or fiveyear duration calling for prenegotiated wage b o o s t s of President Conducts Briefing Awaits Report of Doctors BULLET1N WASHINGTON Eisenhower Tuesday outlined to congressional leaders plans for a billion increase in the de fense budget devoted primarily to missilesand antisubmarine equipment This would push rhe total defense budget above the billion mark WASHINGTON UPi Adlai E Stevenson said after a White House conference Tuesday that President Eisenhower wants him to attend the NATO summit con ference in Paris The 1952 and 1956 Democratic presidential candidate said he probably will not make a decision on whether to attend the Dec 16 conference for another week or Id days pending completion of his work with Secretary of State Dul les on preparations for the meet ing Stevenson said Eisenhower gave no indication during their 10min ute meeting whether he Eisen wwer personally will head the Americandelegation Awaiting Word The Presidents was virtually written off because of the mild stroke he suffered a week ago Mondaybut how he is awaiting word from his doctors on whether he can goafter all Tuesday mornings talk was the first facetoface meeting of Ei senhower and the man he twice defeated for Hhe nations highest post since early 1953 After his talkwith the Presi dent Stevenson sat in for a 90 minute briefing ofcongressional leaders of both parties on the ad ministrations proposals for the 15natioh parley Stevenson some of those proposals may require legislation to put them into force AP Photofax KING OF the corn that won him the title of corn king of the Intelnational Live Stock Expo sion for thefourtli timeis Charles Fischer Shelbyville Ind Fischer previously won the honoriri 1946 1949 and 1950 then required tb withdraw from competition until this year because of his triple victories Exhausted 4Hers Arrive Home After Adlais Stevenson sat in but did rsion not nett became a Republican in 1918 but for many years classed him self as an independent He was a candidate for the Re publican nomination for president n 1940 He received 33 votes at the convention in Philadelphia Wendell Willkie wasnominated In 1942 Gannett served as assistant chairman of the Republican Na tional Committee participate in the briefing of the congressional leaders That was done by Secretary Dulles and Adm Lewis Strauss chairman of theAtomic Energy Commission Stevenson said his ovn views on thc NATO proposals will be sub mitted directly to Dulles in the form of a memorandum and in personal consultations I am acting as a consultant giving the secretary the benefit of my advice on NATO prob lems Stevenson said That is my purpose and that alone Stevenson left the White House during a 10minute recess of the congressional leaders after which the conference was resumed on a variety of subjects involved in foreign and defense programs iStevensons own role was lim ited to the NATO matter Looked Well j Stevenson said that he thought the President looked very well A major item reported under TI i j r j discussion in the NATO program CORNING board of di By BOB ARMSTRONG t ClofaeGaiette Farm Editor The 282 on the specialtrain arrived in Mason City a few minutes aheadof schedule Tuesday morning after four eventful days at the International Live Stock Exposition in Chicago The train pulled in to the Rock Island station a few minutes ba fore the scheduled hour of 7 There was not asingle casualty of any kind in the group ac cording to Doug Sherwin of KGLO the trip chairman It didnt take long for things to quiet down after the KGLONorth Iowa special train left the LaSalle Street Station in Chicago Monday The weary arid exhausted Hers settled into the coach eats as if they were feather beds nd no complaints were heard any quarter about going ome Many of the group had packed about 16 cents an hour in 1958 Gray said his plan doesnt con template abandoning these raises NFO Ousts Leaders of Iowa Chapter The Weather Mason City Cloudy with snow flurries through Wednesday continued cold Low Tuesday night around 20 High Wednes day 2530 Iowa Partly cloudy Tuesday night and Wednesday Low Tuesday night in 20s Minnesota Cloudy flurries cold GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Pecipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 26 16 16 snow 44 28 8 North lowans Hurt in Accident at Garner rectors of the National Farmers Organization Monday night oust ed the chairman and president of the Iowa NFO Chapter They are John Lane Cascade slate board chairman and Corbin Crawford Ainsworth state presi dent Thc board after taking the ac part of the talk was reported to be a revision of the law to per mit much broader exchange of nuclear weapons information with Americas allies The law as it now stands allows exchange of information in nuclear power plants but forbids giving out in formation on weapons design or tion announced that arc lhCm trying to take the Iowa NFO membership and deliver it to the Iowa Farmers Union selves About ail that can be told to al lies is data on size weight and Hal Noland Adair a weapons to help of the national board said lhein handling and de NFO is sympathetic to the Incasc of Thp 2 Airmen Killed Three Hurt in Sioux City Crash SIOUX CITY air men were killed and three other injured Tuesday when two car collided headon on a straigh stretch of US 75 one mile soul of here The victims were S Sgt Georg Stevens 23 Mount Vernon Wash and A2C David Olscn 21 Ash land Wis They died of broke necks and other injuries suffere in thc crash which occurre IN i is sy m naincLic 10 me CEISI GARNEREight persons wcreipital for treatment following thejlalivc aims of tho Favmcrs release to allies of f suit of a headon collision of two lin hospitals Tuesday as thc reaccident but was released According to Highway Patrol man Elmer Angle Garner the cars on a county road five drivcn by stadtlandcr and jsoulhwest of here Monday nightjWisebrow met at the crest of a Mr and Mrs Alfred Stadtlandjhill on the county road Neither er 42 and 40 respectively Belcar turned over in the crash but mond and their five children both had extensive frontend Robert 14 Janet 10 Richard damage 8 Jerry 5 and Marilyn Jane The Stadtlander family had and will coopcratc with it this country is sure EARLY CHRISTMAS Cmdr iwcre where in a their Belmond Hospitalspent the evening at the home condition is reof Mr and Mrs George Legge Joseph R Mirabito Arlington jported good They have a variety mile from thc scene of the Va is laden with Christmas of cuts bruises and broken ribsaccident All the victims were packages for personnel of thc ibul none was seriously injured Jtakcn there until two doctors ar gatning these aims but we intend to remain separate Without bylaws Noland con tinued we signed up 180000 NFO members in 15 states on the prem ise of an organization of farmers alone We have not changed those ideals Thc NFO is still fighting for higher farm income and to protect the small farmer Thc NFO was started in Iowa and thc Iowa farmer is ptill behind the Russia already has After the 90minutc discussion of proposals to be advanced in Paris Eisenhower left thc confer ence for an hour and five min utes while other administration officials briefed the congression al leaders on the administra tions foreign trade program and thc role of the United States In formation Agency during 1958 Eisenhower returned to the conference at am and re Marcolte Jr 20 Mankato Minn practitioner of the year by thej Navys Task Force 43 opcrat Terry Weaver House of Delegates the policyj ing in the Antarctic Thc mail was in a Mason NFO jmaincd for an hourlong briefing 11 Klemmcjrivccl A meeting of representatives ofjdealing with national defense City hospital Some of them were taken loUhe NFO and the National FamvipirrMems He ioft a few minutes making body of the AMA which was forwarded early lo insure where his condition was fair the hospital by ambulance whilecrs Union to discuss a possible before 1 pm for lunch and the IHh annvial clinical delivery well in advance thc Maynarrl Wiscbrow 17 Klcmme thc others were transported in merger had been scheduled for midday rest prescribed by his opened its session holidays was taken lo the Belmond Hosjlhe cars of the doctors Tuesday in DPS Moines 1 doc tors nd were waiting in thelobby two ours before the scheduled 9 pm eparture time By 8 pm the ntire group was assembled in the obby waiting for the bus to ar ive 41 Stories High Monday mornings activities tarted with a trip to the observa ion deck of the Prudential Build ng The building is 41stones high nd the observation platform is 01 feet above the street level he worlds fastest elevators 400 feet a minute took the groups up thc first 39 floors in ess than 18 seconds Thc special tour of the Federal Reserve Bank by the Cerro Gordo bunty group was clearly the most popular event on the four day trip for the members of that group The tour started in the maia lobby where the protection sys tem was explained As Mrs Rich ard Franks Clear Lake put it No wonder the bank is so big they have to have a place for all he policemen to stand Check Department Passing through one locked door after another the group fin ally arrived at thc check sorting department and was allowed to watch checks written on Iowa jbanks first sorted into numerical Donald and then l The ATllllll1 11 it t i 1 who was in serious condition A2Crhlch thc chccks arf Dickie 17 adding ma irovc Neb in fair condition cjlnf afnd can separate and total and A3C Paul Madore 24 Seattle chccks rm 32 banks Wash in good condition a total on aU banks ilsted on the machine A few groans and sighs greeted the workers in the money sorting department as the Ccrro Gordo 4Hers watched the men and wo men sort out bad bills and then after punching diamond shaped holes in them cut the bills in half lengthwise Bills Punched The bills are punched with the diamondshaped hole firstto meet the requirement that less than SAMi half of the bill musl be mailed   

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