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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 4, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS Hi ilt VOL LXIV Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires SevenCents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY FEBRUARY 4 1958 This Paper Consists Two One No 101 Explorer Signals Studied Wide Range in Temperature PASADENA Calif UP Evi dence that man could live in a satellite is being radioed back continually to the men monitoring runne7of station Americas first moon the Ex The Navy was reported to be considering cutting down BUSY YEAR SEEN Bigger and Better Moons Contemplated WASHINGTON for bigger and better US satel lites piled up Tuesday Army s c i e nt i s t s it was learned are proposing to send up an elaborately instrumented satellite weighing as much as 700 pounds before the end of the year It would be the fore moon plorer I Temperatures inside the satel lite are well wilhin he range that human beings can tolerate and so far there has been no damage from meteorites They added that the satellites instruments also have confirmed the long standing belief that cos mic radiation in space usually is well within the safe exposure lim its for man Hence these rays will not be a menace to astronautics they said The men who developed the Ex plorer told a news conference that temperatures within the tiny man made moon are somewhere be tween 10 and 30 degrees centi grade That means between 50 and 86 degrees fahrenheit or as tempera Coded Messages We designed the satellite to maintain these temperatures said Dr A R Hibbs and coded messages radioed back from the satellite indicate our plans were successful Hibbs 33 is section chief of the satellite research program of Cal ifornia Institute of Technologys jet propulsion laboratory The Explorer was designed pri marily to test instruments in space but much of the informa it value a manned satel on the number of miniature moons it will launch in its Vanguard test program and concentrat ing instead on getting a bas ketballsize satellite in orbit sometime next month A second Explorer is ex pected to be fired soon to be followed by a 300pound TV equipped reconnaissance ve hicle Then Maj Gen John B Me daris Dr Wernher von Braun and other scientistsworking on the Armys missile program want to send a 700pounder aloft to gather detailed data for the building of a space station Explorer IV would carry not only TV equipment but other elaborate photographic and electronic instruments Mitchell Gl Is Victim of Air Collision Cpl Rob ert Klein 23 only son of Mr and Nick Klein Mitchell was President Called On to Break Up Disarm Package Iowa Road Group Joins in Protest Objects to Fund Slash AMES UP The State High way Commission decided Tues day to join with Iowa congress men in seeking to solve a prob lem posed by proposed sharp cuts in the states interstate lite is launched Hibbs said We will control the heat even more closely he said and build an even harder shell for protection against meteorites The Explorers inner heat is determined amount of by controlling the solar radiation al lowed to penetrate the shell This was accomplished by striping the satellite with zirconium oxide white reflective paint Wide Range Messages from the Explorer indicate the temperature on the outer skin ranges from 212 de grees below zero fahrenheit to 572 degrees above Without pre cautions similar temperatures would be experienced inside and the instruments would not func tion ITS SWEETHEART TIME AGAIN Bill McCreary 5 a cowboy cupid In Color ados sweetheart town Loveland gets a reminder from three cuties that the big AP Photofax day for lovers is fast approaching Last year more than 75000 valenties were sent to Loveland for remailing with the Love land brand dlled Saturday in a plane crash in California j The telegram received by his parents gave no details but he was believed to be one of the victims of the midair collision over Norwalk Calif That acci e n t involving two military planes claimed 48 lives Klein had just returned from four years in Japan and was ex pected home on leave He had had nearly six years service and had planned to make it his ca reer Survivors besides his parents are two sisters Mrs Charles Bruce El Granada Calif Mrs Darrell Byer Mitchell grandpar FCC Chairman Returns to Stand Hits Fraud Charges ents Mrs Osage Mr Christina and Mrs Klein Theodore WASHINGTON UP House investigators Tuesday recalled Federal Communications Com mission Chairman John C Doer fer for further questioning on charges he made fraudulent claims against the government for travel and living expenses Doerfer acknowledged private groups in the radio and television broadcasting industry paid his A Lautman senior scientist at the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory supported earlier estimates the Explorer may last for as long as 10 years An observatory spokesman said Lautman based his opinion on the Explorers orbiting at a higher altitude than the Soviet Sputniks that it presents a smaller cross section and that it spins nose first like a bullet All these he Geffert Austin Minn and a At Cambridge Mass Dr Don freat grandfather Charles Deck lever Osage United Fruit Agrees to Divestment Plan WASHINGTON UP Gen Rogers announced Tuesday that United Fruit Co charged with monopolizing the banana busi ness has agreed to a major di vestment of its assets which will said are factors reducing atmosbe useci to sel 11P a new pheric drag that brought nik I down after about months in the banana import field three A series of steps under which the new competition will be creat The Explorer was continuing on a path around the globe every 115 minutes at a speed of 18000 miles an hour At Cape Canaveral F 1 a meanwhile heavy winds contin ued to put the crimp on the Navys plans to send up a rock et with a grapefruit sized satel lite aboard ed out of Uniteds assets were outlined in an antitrust consent decree entered Tuesday in the Federal District Court at New Orleans The decree terminating a civil monopoly action brought by the government in July 1954 provides an eightyear period for United to carry out the agreed judgment The Weather Mason City Mostly cloudy through Wednesday slight chance of few snow flurries Wednesday Low Tuesday night 510 High Wednesday 1520 Iowa Cloudy Tuesday night and Wednesday Scattered li g h t snow northwest freezing driz zle developing southeast Tues d a y night and continuing Wednesday except becoming freezing rain or snow southeast Wednesday afternoon Warmer southeast turning colder ex treme northwest Tuesday night and over the state Wednesday Low Tuesday night 1020 Minnesota Increasing cloudiness light snow Colder GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday expenses and that he also charged the government for the same expenses But he claimed he had a right under law to do so Comptroller General Joseph Campbell who serves as official watchdog of Congress on govern ment spending disagreed He said a government official could only assess the government for charges paid out of his own pocket Also Accused Also accused of personal offi cial misconduct with Doerfer travel expenses and S55 in other expenses for the same trip Doerfer claimed however that S300 of the total paid him by the NAB was an making the speech He said the association paid S275 of the total as his wifes travel ex penses and the his hotel and bar compensa tion for making the speech highway funds beginning in fis cal 1960 The commission adopted a resolution authorizing submis sion of data and other coopera tion with the Iowa congressional delegation to further Iowas cause At the suggestion of Commis sioner Robert K Beck Center ville it was directed that Gov Herschel Loveless should be con sulted on the matter One point to be discussed is whether a way should be sought to modify the federal slash by using sup plemental state funds in the transition period Rural Areas The possibility that Iowa may wish to shift the bulk of its su work to rural areas if a severe cut occurs was among suggestions made during the dis cussion The commissioners reviewed AP Photofax ME Eva Brent Fort Worth Tex has been signed to play the feminine lead in the next Tarzan movie She is the 19th actress to por tray Jane Tarzans wife in the long series of jungle films were FCC members Robert E Lee a Republican appointed by lisenhower Rosel H Hyde a Republican appointed by Presi dent Truman Richard A Mack a Democrat appointed by Eisen lower and Robert T Bartley a democrat appointed by Truman They will be questioned when the subcommittee finishes with Doer er Maximum Minimum At 8 am 23 8 11 Driver Held for Speeding Admits Hitting 120 mph John E Baker Britt is going to have 60 days to think abou how fast his car will go and wha is the proper speed to drive it He admitted that he was trav an New Cold Wave Cloaks Florida MIAMI Fla weath er hit Miami again Tuesday bringing an early morning low of 36 degrees the coldest Feb 4 since 1917 Temperatures dropped even further in some outlying areas Suburban Opa Locka registered a freezing32 Frost accompa Subcommittee counsel Bernard nied a 34 in South MiamiIt was at Miami Beach Elsewhere in he state Tampa had 24 the oldest in that city in 53 years Jacksonville 27 The cold snap third of the sea ion threatens citrus and vege able crops just beginning to tage a comeback after Decem ber and January freezes Schwartz charged Doerfer was doubling up his expense ac count by collecting money from both private groups and the gov ernment He asked Doerfer whether the law allowed him to make a profit on a speech made at government expense Thats a very nasty way of putting it Doerfer said Questioned on Trip Schwartz questioned Doerfer in particular about a fiveday trip he made in 1954 to dedicate a television tower in Oklahoma City and to make a speech be fore the National Assn of Broad casters in Spokane Wash Schwartz said the total amount from the NAB was for Doerfers expenses He said Doerfer also charged the government for CHARGE FILED DES MOINES US Labor Department filed suit m federal court here Monday charg ing the Ver Steeg Coal Co Knox v AP Photofax SAW Snow Manhattan Kan shows Boyd Mathias how she used a telescope to spot the US earth satellite over her town She and four members of a moonwatch team 1hen saw the device with the first time this has been clone since the satellite was launched eling more than 120 miles hour Monday evening on Highjvifle failed to pay workers over way 18 As a consequence the time for work over 40 hours Garner justice of the peace Rudy week Fritsch fined Baker and rcc ommended that his drivers li cense be suspended 60 days Baker was westbound on High way 18 when he passed Deputy Sheriff Duanc Mayfield The of ficer followed at speeds up to 115 miles an hour barely keeping Baker in sight Radio brought Clear Lake police to the highway too ate to stop the speeder A roadblock at Garner by Highway Patrolman Elmer Angle and Night Marshal Jim Stewart finally ended the chase SAME White U no trairto death in jut U hours presidential budget plans which would cut Iowas share of inter state road funds from about 40 milion dollars in fiscal 1959 to 12 to 14 million dollars in fiscal 1960 This is a hard thing to swal low commented Chief Engineer John G Butter The cut proposed for Iowa will be 69 per cent as compared with a national average cut of 35 per cent and a cut for California of 10 per cent Bryces Remark It looks like well be paying for their street improvements in California remarked Commis sioner Robert Bryce Waterloo Chairman Chris Larson Jr Sioux City noting that much current interstate work is con centrated in the Des Moines Sioux City Council Bluffs and Davenport areas to benefit the largest number of taxpayers It looks like we may have to concentrate on rural roadways to get more miles of superhighway for our money CATT ON THE JOB GRIMSBY England UP The new rat catchers name was disclosed Tuesday to be Thomas Catt One Lutheran Body Sought ATLANTIC CITY NJ Leaders of eight Lutheran Church bodies were asked Tues day to abandorr plans for piece meal mergers in favor of allout union in a single church S u c h a merger would bring over five million thirds of a 11 Lutherans in t h e United Stateand one Lutheran body The appeal for total merger was made by the Rev Dr F Ep pling Reinartz of New York City long an ardent advocate of Luth eran unity at the 40th annual meetingof the National Lutheran Council Dr Reinartz the councils president said in a prepared re port that his recommendation was made with considerable an guish of soul but not without hope Seven of the eight church bodiesin the council are pres 2YearBan on ATests Is Urged Humphrey in Senate Speech WASHINGTON M Sen Hum plirey DMinn called on Presi d e n t Eisenhower Tuesday to break up his disarmament package and offer to negotiate with Russia on a twoyear baa on nuclear weapons tests An agreement to ban such tests should be considered apart from other proposals including that to halt production of nuclear weap ons Humphrey contended in a speech prepared for Senate de livery In a general review of disarma ment efforts Humphrey said Ei senhower has refused to supply the Senate Disarmament Sub committee with reports made by Harold E Stassens task forces on methods of providing inspec tion procedures for safe disarma ment Committee Chairman Humphrey is chairman of the subcommittee Stassen is Eisen howers special assistant for dis armament Humphrey quoted Eisenhower as writing that the reports were made by various persons with the understanding that they were for use of the President and the Na tional Security Council and to give them wider distribution would terest not serve the public in ently involved in discussions which could lead to two merg ers But Dr Reinartz secretary of the United Lutheran Church largest of the council members urgedthat before present merger discussions reach the point of no return we take at least one more long look at our inten tions Let us stop our fashioning of fresh diversion at least long enough for us to examine our motives and purposes under the emancipating and uniting cross lof Christ he declared are the geographic pic ture and the physical picture as Egypt and Syria have formed a federation called the United Arab State The physical picture shows Egypts President Abdel Gamal Nasser left and Syrias Presi dent SJiukri alKuwatly embracing in Cairo during a recent meeting Cairo will be the capital with a single parliament for both states The president of the fed eration would be Nasser Kwvatiy would be vice president A plebiscite will be held Feb 20 Humphrey said the Presidents eightpoint disarmament program is fine but that no nation least of all the susjpicious tightlycon trolled So Union would agree to such sweeping provisions all at one time Most of the points he noted would require the installa tion of elaborate inspection sys tems Time Needed Much of Humphreys speech was devoted to his idea that suc cessful negotiation with Russia requires negotiation on one point at a time A twoyear ban on tests of nu clear weapons could be a starter he said to be followed by negoti ations of a halt to the production offissionablematerials four weapons Stassen reportedly has argued within the administration for sim ilar proposalsas a means of re viving disarmament talks There has been renewed talk in Washington that Stassens res ignation in order to run for gov ernor of Pennsylvania is immi nent There also have been re ports that Eisenhower himself may end Stassens service as dis armament adviser if Stassen does not resign The US meanwhile called on Russia Tuesday to be more ex plicit about its intentions on outer space control and sum mit talks Administration offiicals made it plain a White House statement Monday night was not intended as a rejection of Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulganins latest letter to President Eisenhower Rather they said the statement was intended to smoke out Rus sias aims in hopes of paving the way for talks with real prospects of easing major EastWest ten sions and halting the arms race First Polio Case of Year Is Diagnosed SIOUX CITY Sue Riley 5 Spencer was under treatment at St Josephs Hos pital here Tuesday with paraly tic polio Her illness became ilia first Iowa polio case of 1958 The girl has been ill since late last year Linda Sue is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Ricliard Riley jSpencer formerly of Denison   

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