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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 28, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I N I W S r A P I R T H A T MAKIS ALL NORTH tOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXIV PreM UmiUd fm ruil Leu win Te Copy MASOW CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY MAY U Paper ContUU ot Tws Mi Satellite Fizzles 20Inch Ball Lands in Sea CAPE CANAVERAL Fla The second of the Navys basket ballsized satellites wound up Wednesday like the the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean Undaunted the Navy said 4t would try again next month Fired aloft shortly before mid night by the Vanguard rocket the 20inch ball flew 2000 miles out into space then plunged back to earth Five hours of baffling silence followed the launching before Dr John P Hagen director of Proj ect Vanguard announced that the 21Vkpound sphere did not go into orbit THE ENGINES of the three stage Vanguard all fired as ex pected Hagen said But satellite was not boosted into a horizontal direc tion necessary to place it in orbit Instead it flew out in a wide arc then feUback into the earths at mosphere It was the fourth failure in five tries since the Vanguard rocket first was fired as a complete threestage vehicle The first Van guard exploded four feet off its launching pad The second blew apart 20000 feet off the ground The third launched Vanguard 1 the SVzpound satellite now in or bit The fourth fell into the sea BY CONTRAST the Army has a record of two successes in three tries with its JupiterC sat ellite launching rocket which hurled the two Explorers into or bit Tuesday nights Van g u a rd launching appeared at the start to be perfect Within minutes an optimistic Navy announcement said the engines in all three stages oftheDocket had fired in sequence1 In quick succession thereafter the satellites signals were picked up at downrange listening posts in the Bahama Islands and the British West Then came a confusing silence In San Diego Calif where ra dio receptions brought first word that the United States three other satellites were in orbit and had completed their first trips around the earth listeners waited in vain HOURS AFTER the launching a baffled Vanguard spokesman in ely HONORS FOR UNKNOWN The flag covered caskets of unknown servicemen of World War II and Korea rest in the center of the Capitol rotunda in Wash ington as members of Congress diplo mats and others pay their respects in a solemn ceremony The caskets will lie in state until Friday Memorial Daywhen they will be buried in Arlington Cemetery beside the Unknown Soldier of World War I Defense Washington dont know into orbit said We honestly if the sphere went Weve had an abnormal flight said Dr Richard W Porter chair man of the Vanguard satellite panel There had been high optimism here until the continued silence at San Diego blasted all hopes of a successful launching The potential in size by Soviet standards but big in scientific an impressive departure from earth in the nose of the 72foot rocket Its mission was to determine how ultraviolet radiation from the sun snarls radio communication on earth and to find out if these samerays play a part in forma tion of hurricanes tornadoes and thunderstorms Brisk Quality in Air Cool Front Hovers Over Iowa There was a brisk quality in the Iowa air aft ermath of a cool front that spread over most of the state Tuesday The cooler air set off some scat tered light showers but only Du buque reported a measurable amount The mercury sank to a state low of 34 degrees at Atlantic early Wednesday morning Mason City had 36 Spencer reported 37 and Waterloo 39 Readings elsewhere ranged up to 48 at Ottumwa and Davenport The forecast called for a pleas ant day in Iowa with generally clear skies and high temperatures ranging from 66 to 77 degrees Thats a little cooler than Tuesday when the mercury hit 84 at La moni Ottumwa and Burlington In its fiveday forecast the Weather Bureau predicted tem peratures would average near nor mal over the Memorial Day week end but holiday celebrations may dampened by rain WASHINGTON House Appropriations Committee Wed nesday ordered a speedup in mis mile and antisubmarine warfare programs It did so in recom mending in new cash for defense in the coming fiscal year Approving more than the Defense Department had asked tbe committee vetoed ad ministration plans to reduce the strength of the National Guard the Army Reserves and the Ma rine Corps It also provided fund for nine new missilelaunching nu clear submarines instead of th five proposed by President Eisen hower THE COMMITTEE allotted 732985000 for research and devel opment including 510 million do lars for space research All the recommendations ar subject to House action nex week Hereare the amounts the com mittee recommended for the fis cal years starting next July 1 fo tbe office of the secretary inter service activities Army Navy and Air Force compared with funds appropriated this year The Weather Mason City Fair Wednesday night warmer low upper 40s Partly cloudy and warmer Thursday high upper 70s owa Generally fair Wednesday night low 4552 Partly cloudy and warmer Thursday Five day Iowa Temperatures will average near normal for the fiveday period Thursday through Monday with norma highs 76 north to79south and normal lows 53 north to 56 south Only minor day to day changes are indicated Precipi tation will average near one half inch occurring mainly late in the period Minnesota Fair and warmer High Thursday near 80 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Wednesday 3 Super Skyways WASHINGTON Wi Civil Aeronautics Board Wednesday jcreated t h r e e transcontinental super skyways in a move to les sen the danger of aircraft colli Spent Cautious Note by President WASHINGTON UPI Presi dent Eisenhower said Wednesday he believes the recession has largely spent its force But he cautioned against any bptjmism that a healthy economic upturn would occur in the near future He told a news conference that some of the economic indices point to an upturn But he said one swallow does not make a summer Some parts of the na tionaleconomy such as the auto and other durable goods indus tries still are not doing too well he said ON THE WHOLE hesaid the nationis weathering the recession well In other news conference re marks the President Said that as of now the eco nomic situation does not warrant antirecession tax cuts that would greatly increase the federal budg et deficit Said he would deplore any peacetime attempt to control wages and prices But he said he feelS strongly that both must be field down in an effort to maintain stable living costs and a sound dollar BECAUSE OF THE Presidents refusal to discuss the French crisis his news conference was devoted almost entirelyto domes tic matters As to his decision against a tax cut he said thata question in which a tax reduction was identi fied as an antirecession measure appeared to be loaded He saidhe was not so sure that it would have an antirecession effect The Presidential he and his economic aides tiadtaxreforms and reductions undefjlconstant study But as of now he said they do not believe large tax cuts are justified in the light of in DeGaulle Ready to Make Move for Premiership AP Photofax ACCEPTING THE HONOR Ernest Green 16year old Negro is congratulated by Principal Jess Matthews as he receives his diploma from Central High School at Little Rock Ark Green became the first member of his race to graduate at Central scene ofviolence last September Some 100 policemen and 120 National Guardsmen were included in those who attended the graduation exercise and no incidents Maximum Minimum At 8 am YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 69 36 56 69 49 Office S Service 1 706900000 S SSiVVISOOO Army J 86176i600B S 72S1510000 Navy Ml 042210000 S10216SS5000 Air 317317755000 516320220000 At the end of the fiscal year the committee said military man power will total ing of 870000 Army 630000 Navy 200000 Marines and 850000 Air Force THE proved COMMITTEE operation of also a an active fleet of ships next year Backing up this fleet will be 10300 Navy aircraft and an unspecified num ber of Marine planes With its recommended funds the Air Force would operate 45 strategic air wings 27 air defense wings and 35 tactical wings and have an active inventory of 20 475 planes Years Extension ot Excise Taxes OKd WASHINGTON UPS A one year extension ofcorporate in come and excise taxes at presen1 rates was voted Wednesday by he House Ways and Means Com mittee The tax extension bill was sent to the House for probable action next week by a 212 vote The committee overwhelmingly re jected a proposal to give auto makers special tax relief ALCORN TO SPEAK DES MOINES W Meade Al corn chairman of the Republican National Committee will be the luncheon speaker at a daylong Iowa GOP Campaign Kickoff meeting in Des Moraes June 13 sions The skyways will be established June 15 AS OF THAT DATE all flights jetween 17000 and 22000 feet alti tude in the designated air corri dors will be wholly controlled from the ground regardless of weather The ground control will apply to both military and commercial planes using the skyways The corridors will be 40 miles wide Within them planes will be separated by at least 1000 feet vertically and 10 minutes flying time horizontally THE CAB said the airlines which already have pledged their pilots will submit voluntarily to ground control in all operations above 10000 feet endorsed the skyway plan The Department of Defense informed the CAB Wednesday of ts endorsement the board said The controlled routes will cross the country roughly between Los AngelesSan Francisco on the west YorkWashington in the east The CAB announcement said no1 aircraft would be permitted to enter or cross the super skyways without clearance fronrv Civil Aeronautics Administration traf fic control centers 3 DIE IN CRASH CLOVIS N M pi lots died Tuesday in the collision of two Super Sabre Jets over Can non Air Force Base Statehood Bill HOUSG creased federaKspending Ensenhower expressed ho p e however that Congress will ap prove the minor tax reforms and reductions he has recommended for relief of small business HE SAID government policy is aimed at a sound dollar and a stable cost of living He added however he does not know what the government can do about ris ing prices other than combat them with its fiscal policies He said his economic aides had told him labor costs accounted for about 80 per cent of the price of durable goods As long as wages go up he said prices are bound to rise too WASHINGTON Iff The House Wednesday voted to make Alaska the49th state was second time the House has passed the Alaska the last time was in switched the battle scene to the Senate where the outcome is problematical Before the finalvote the House twice refused to send the bill Pflimlin on Way Riot Feared Coty Has to Make Decision PARIS Rene Coty began looking for a new premier Wednesday under the threat of riots by bitter foes of Gen Charles de Gaulle In the hours before dawn a weary Premier Pierre Pfkmlia ordered his resignation despite a victory in the National Assembly He said a vital segment of his politically moderate support had desertedhim DeGaulle suddenly left hii country home Wednesday after noon and there was speculation he was answering a call from Coty to attend a conference of po litical leaders preparatory to forming a new government But it was doubtful that the As sembly would confirm DeGaulle or grant him the sweeping pow ers he demands COMMUNIST Socialist a n d Christian trade unions scheduled demonstrations as Coty ated All demonstrations are banned but tractshandbills and personal appeals spread e word Support for the tionsappeared to be gathering steam This would be the firsttime the lowan Sentenced for Evading Taxes DES MOINES F Kisting Dubuque former pur chasing agent for the Dubuque Packing Co pleaded no defense to two counts of income tax eva sion in Federal District Court here Wednesday He was sen tenced to one year in prison and fined on each count for a iotal of The court granted him 30 days to put his affairs in order before starting his sen tence Kisting had been accused in a threecount indictment of failing to report in income to evade taxes totaling for the years 1951 1952 and 18953 The indictment was returned by a grand jury in Davenport March 12 SAME WhlU flag means no death IB 24 hnn Handshake Officially Seals Merger of Two Presbyterian Church Bodies FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES hun dred ministers and elders marched insolmen procession through a rainstorm Wednes day to proclaim the merger of two longdivided branches of the Presbyterian family The union became official when two columns of marchers converged on a street corner It brought together the Presby terian church in the USA a 170y e a rold denomination which includes President Eisen hower among its members and the United Presbyterian Church of North America a 100year old denomination The new body will be called The United Presbyterian Church in the USA with 9462 local churches and more than three million members It is the nations fourth largest Protes tant denomination The moderators of the two churches Dr Harold R Mar tin and Dr Robert N Montgom ery stepped forward and shook hands officially sealing the merger at am Commissioners joined in sing ing the doxology The columns then melted into one and marched into an auditorium for Band Festival Parade to Be on KGLOTV The 20th North Iowa Band Fes tival parade will be televised over KGLOTV Tuesday June 10 The Band Festival Committee at a meeting Wednesday at the Green Mill authorized the Com munity Education Committee of the industrial de partment of the Mason City Chamber of Commerce to sponsor the television program With its 76 trombones and 110 cornets numerous colorful floats depicting scenes from The Music Man and the presence of Meredith Willson and other top figures in his great musical pro duction the parade and otherj band festival events are expected to draw a record crowd to Mason City It was the consensus of the band festival committee how ever that for the thousands who will be unable to see the parade in person the televising of the event will be an important serv ice to the people in this area It is on this basis that arrangements were completed for televising the event Liberalized Jobless Pay Plan Rejected WASHINGTON M The Sen ate rejected Wednesday a move to revise an emergency jobless pay bill so as to require all states to provide benefits for an addi tional 16 weeks The proposed amendment offered by Sen John to its Insular Affairs Com mittee and thereby bury it for this session of Congress The second motion to recommit the bill was beaten 201172 An earlier one lost 199174 The House acted over the op position of Republican leaders and southern Democrats Top GOP members had voted previ ously to recommit the measure to the House Interior Committee despite President Eisenhowers personal pleas on behalf of the bill Tuesday the coalition of GOP leaders and southern Democrats succeeded in getting the House to tentatively kill the measure by striking out its enacting clause But Wednesday this action was reversed Opponents then concentrated on trying to send it back to commit tee Voting for the biU were 117 Democrats and 91 Republicans Communist Socialist and Chris tian workers have hit the streets at the same time since De Gaulle supporters precipitated the crisis by seizingpower in Algeria May 13 Worried officials in the French government feared the turnout might be massive Recent strikes and demonstrations have fizzled because they have lacked coor dination Police some with torn myguns ringed every major pub lic building and reserve troops waited in buses in the parks off the Champs Elysees as they have for the last two weeks A FT E R DE GAULILE an nounced Tuesday that he already was forming a government with out being legally asked the As sembly rebuffed him by giving Pfimlin a 408165 vote of support But the Conservative Independ ents deserted the government on the vote and the partys three ministers quit the Cabinet Pflim lin redeyed from day and night efforts to save his government from Gaullists in Algeria and Cor sica then met with the remain a service of holy communion F Kennedy was de which opened the first General jfeated 5727 on a roll call vote Assembly of the new church j This was the third setback suf When the organ swelled out jfered by senators who say they the finale of the processional jwant to strengthen the House march Dr Martin of Bloomingpassed bill to authorize federal ton 111 moderator of the Presladvances to the states for byterian USA Church stepped temporary extension of unem Against it were 81 Democrats and 85 Republicans Want Youths on Probation to Take Part in Athletics DES MOINES UP Juvenile probation officers representing the Iowa Probation and Parole Assn say they believe that when a delinquent boy is on probation he should be allowed to take part in school athletics Also that when a delinquent youth comes from a home with out the proper environment the as well as the boy should 3e rehabilitated These were among recommen dations made by the group Tues day at a meeting with the Gov ernors Committee on Penal Af fairs The group asked for a change in the state school law which would allow the Iowa High School Athletic Assn to use a boy in ath letic programs even though he has been found delinquent to the rostrum with the tradi tional Presbyterian invitation Let us worship God ployment benefits The Eisenhow er administration has the measure endorsee TO GO OVERSEAS FORT HOOD Tex der of his twoweekold Cabinet and hurried to see Coty at 3 am Pflimlin said the defection of the independents had weakened the government at a crucial mo ment and he could not go on The President refused to let him step aside until a new premier was ready to take over seeking to avoid a power vacuum while France is threatened with civil strife PFLIMLIN accepted the com promise and Coty began talking with political leaders If Coty decided not to call De raulle the best guess was that ic would ask Socialist Guy Mol et to try to form a government Mollet holds the postwar record for length of office as premier The outcome was hopefully awaited in Algiers where the cri sis was touched off May 13 by a militarycivilian seizure of power in defiance of Paris The junta ruling Algeria and since last Sat urday Corsica has vowed to re main defiant until De Gauule takes over Burns Prove Fatal to Keokuk Girl 4 KEOKUK Emmy Lou Riney 4 daughter of Mr and Rock nroll singer Pvt Elvis Presley will see overseas duty injMrs Patrick Riney Keokuk died Germany in September or of burns suffered ber the Army announced Tuesjweek ago when a lighted paper day set fire to her dress   

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