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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 26, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for VjLOBE THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL N O R T H I 0 W A N N E I G H B 0 II S HOME EDITION VOL LXIV Associated aai iBtonuUoul Full 7c Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JULY M 1951 Ttiii Paper of OM CM I Satellite Fired on j ver Russia fnW Path 38Pound Moon in Orbit JupiterG Rocket Used From our Wire CAPE CANAVERAL Fla America hung a new moon into orbit around the earth Saturday The satellite is the first Amer ican moon to be visible in Russia Explorer IV a 38pounder and heaviest yet of the U S satellites was sent skyward in the nose of a reliable Army JupiterC mis sile that rocketed off the launch ing pad without a bitch THE NEW SATELUTE which joins two others from the United States and one representing Rus sia was orbiting the earth in about ill minutes The other satellites in space are Explorer I and Vanguard I and Russias huge Sputnik III Explorer III disintegrated earlier this month while Sputnik I and II dropped back into the earths atmosphere earlier The missile was launched in a northeasterly direction in the general direction of the east U S coast in contrast to the southerly aims of previous shoots Dr James Allen of the University of Iowa representing the International Geophysical Year committee said the fourth U S artificial moon went into orbit at a m The blastoff was at 9 a m FOR THIS TRIP a more effici ent solid fuel propellant was used in the final two stages of the JupiterC to compensate for the added weight The Army said de tails of the new propellant are se cret Explorer IV was designed solely for the radiation experiment It carried two geigermueller coun ters and two socalled scintillation instruments to record the aggression tion phenomena completely for me i AKaiueiiL ib Uclcr in space is considerably mined to go in slugging and give higher than anticipated but they Khrushchev as good as he I ITI f 4n J 11 i information c uiuivo mane uui at least as Scientific hope to learn what good a case for Russian culpa causes the radiation and whether bility in the Middle East as from the sun or inKhrushchev can for his allega tions of U S and British terstellar space THE NEWEST moon was launched at an inclination of 44 TO MY HEALTH AP Photofax Soviet Premier Khrushchev ap AJL J1J UOJLksllXY d pears to be drinking a toast to himself during a recep tion at the Polish embassy in Moscow Khrushchev is re ported to be in rare humor these days what with his efforts to become a world peacemaker following the actions of the West in the Middle East President Could Toss Charges of His Own WASHINGTON Eisenhower is ready to indict Russia and Nassers United Arab Republic for subversion and destructive intrigue in the Middle East if the proposed summit conference is held informed sources said Saturday Officials said theUnited States has on Gamal Abdel NassersSovietBacked machinations never before made public This would the President fresh ammunition at the summit conference Eisenhower told Krushchev Friday the United States is ready for a summit meeting if Russia will abide by United Nations rules He served notice however that while the meeting would be limit ed to the Middle East the United States would not agree to con Receive Note From Olsons in Baghdad A Mason City agricultura sider only Russias charges of specialist in Baghdad at the time Western aggression in Lebanon of the recent revolt in Iraq is pre and Jordan He made it plain sumed safe and awaiting evacu this country would insist on airing ating its charges of UAR and Soviet 0 woo miieu cany oauiraay wnen R and Soviet He is Marion Olsonj former THE MEN took along cheese ais car crashed into a ditch on m the area Iowa state agricultural extension and ham sandwiches candy bars Highway 60 south of Madrid piicuumciia Hjmpicieiy lor UlllCials Sam thnf urhil th vaiiuj udia VA iiAttkiAju thefirst time The first two Army administration still isreluctant to agent who was working with the and water to sustain them Jensvold was traveling alone satellites indicated that cosmic attend the President is deter State Department to help set up Cpt Norman L Barr of the He was the way home from I VAGLd PVlATI Cinn 1 ir i uui LUUJ IYU1 UblllUlcV aS SOOU SS JIG diSheS MXMAKJII Vjiauil UJ jrLUvJV it lacked instruments to provide full out They believe the United welj said he received a letter stepping stone into space Never Moines af inn i him J Mn i States can make out at least as from him and Mrs Olson dated before he said has any aircraft sion miles from the earth and swing it back as close as 175 miles Twentyfive minutes after the launching the Army said pre liminary instrumentation reports indicate that all stages of the mis to function nor sile appeared mally If all stages of the missile func tioned properly the first stage dropped off just east of Cape Hat teras N C and the remainder zoomed northward along the East Coast in a path that would take it near New York and Boston It was equipped with two bat terypowered radios expected to last about two months The high est powered unit operating on 10803 megacycles can be picked up by ham radio operators A lower powered set will broadcast on 108 megacycles FLIER PARACHUTES LAS VEGAS Nev HVAir Force Capt Gerald B Little 30 Corn ing Iowa parachuted to safety Friday night when his F100A jet fighter crashed and exploded fAMI Congressional Democratic lead degrees from due by the Presidents toward an eliptical orbit that 7 hlm would carry it as far as 1J50 3f frence wth more 01 a cnmsup show of selfcon fidence and to take the initia tive for peace in t h e Middle East Secretary of Slate Dulles meanwhile landed at Bonn Germany Saturday for consulta tions with Chancellor Konrad Adenauer The 82yearold Ade nauer was on hand in a driving rain to greet Dulles who will proceed to London Monday for a Baghdad Pact meeting The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy through Sunday with occasional showers and thunderstorms in vicinity Sunday High Sunday 8386 Low Saturday night 6075 Iowa Partly cloudy little change pouch It said his father was awaiting a plane for a Mediterranean por tt Ili IttilClUtClH UUIL aUfVSUU 111L1LIV1 andplanned to start home on the mS mosquitoes house flies honey showers and thunderstorms mostly west half Low Satur day night in 60s Minnesota Continued pleasant Widely scattered showers High Of ciutier Sunday lower 80s There was no gun or to 8 a m Saturday 84 59 Maximum Minimum At 8 a m YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 82 an extension service in Iraq His son Marion Olson Jr 2 Men in Balloon Flight Signals Sent From Camera CROSBY Minn vet erari ballopnists took off on a 30hour flight into Satur day and sent Americas first stratosphere TV program back to earth A towering plastic balloon car ried Cmdr Malcolm Ross and former Navy balloonist M Lee Lewis out of a cavernous north era Minnesota iron mine short ly before dawn With a small television cam era aboard theiraluminum ball shaped gondolaRoss and Lewis transmitted TV pictures of the clouds as they rose to an expect ed altitude of nearly 16 miles more than 80000 feet THE NAVY scored several firsts on the flight including the TV broadcast from the balloon The journey into space also markedthe first time a manned aircraft had carried full sea level pressure into the upper reaches of the atmosphere The fjrst TV signal was report ed picked up bya MinneapolisSt Paul station about an hour and a half after the bal loon had been launched Techni cians at the station reported the picture was somewhat distorted but showed the clouds through which the balloon was passing The towering 17story plastic balloon jerked away from a truck on which the sevenfoot aluminum gondola rested The big gas bag veered slightly to the east as it cleared the rim and headed sky ward j T nni uauc aXtci Lilc IcVU1U vjn ci JI1 LOG T It was forwarded by diplomatic to carry full ground level presway No other vehicle was sure On board with Ross and Lewis were some 10000 insects includcomplete first ship available Apparently unaware of the three Americans reported killed by a Baghdad mob the elder Olson said in his letter These have been hectic days We are okay They have done nothing to the Americans We arehowever alerted to be evacu ated We should have gone out a week earlier but both schedules were changed We get little news We are in the center of a MISS UNIVERSE RUNNERS UP Newlycrowned Miss Universe Luz Ma right aLeAdalgisa Colombo Brazil first riana Zuloaga Colombia poses with the runnerup Geri second Miss four other finalists at the world beauty Universe Eurlyne Howell US third and pageant m Long Beach Calif Left to Alicja Bobrowska Poland fourth Colombia Girl Never Kissed Picked New Miss Universe LONG BEACH Calif Universe for 1959 at ceremonies flashingeyed Latin beauty who Friday night never has been is the new Miss Universe She is Luz Mariana Zuloaga 19 Manizales Colombia y jthat actor kissed her said her mother Margarita after her daughter was crowned Miss Buffalo Center Man Killed in Auto Crash roseout of the 400foot pit Then CENTER Sidney cleared the rim and hLderi Sv Benjamin Jensvold 48 prominent implement and car dealer here was killed early Saturday when l uj L11C u j JLJU11I Naval Medical Research Institute a meeting of the Iowa Implement said the flight would provide a Dealers Assn in West Des He reportedly lost control of or balloon gondola been equipped the car on a curve in the high in volved in the accident Funeral arrangements are in Survivors include his wife and bees and fleas They were put five sons Bryant 20 George 19 aboard by the Department of Ag riculture to test the effects of cosmic rays on genetic mutation of bugs TROOPS LEAVi VIENNA tf Bucharest radio said Saturday the last Soviet troops here since World War II have left Romania vac uum Search for Clues in Murder of Ciutier Man 62 CLUTIER WVState and county officials searched Saturday for clues to solve the puzzling death of a 62yearold former Ciutier grain dealer who was shot in his Bill 17 Mark 14 and Dick 5 all living at home and blood That was cowboy ac tor Hugh OBrian who kissed the darkeyed senorila last Monday when she toured a Hollywood studio j i T LiiiMariaria who speaksino English is the second Latin girl in a row to claim the predecessor Gladys Zerider of Peru was there Friday Highl and was theonly one on the stage who cried when the winner was announced THE FOUR runnersup seemed delighted with the way things turned out They are in order Miss Brazil Adalgisa Colombo 18 of Rio de Janeiro who de clared I am very happy just to be where I am Miss Hawaii tall Chinese Hawaiian Geri Hoo 18 Honolulu Missile Explodes High Over Florida CAPE CANAVERAL Fla A Thor intermediate range bal listic missile burst apart with a violent roar high in the sky early Saturday shortly after launching The missile streaked aioft at am but a minute and 10 seconds later it exploded into two pieces with a brilliant flash of orange flame The two sections plunged into the ocean about five miles from the launching site streaming trails of flame and smoke It was the 17lh Thor fired in a SINGER AIL1NO BEVERLY HILLS Calif UPI Peggy Lee was reported ill Saturday with a virus infection diagnosed as infectious mononu m e cleosis which affects the glands veloping the missile for operationgfess wil1 Pass a mited a nrt i nilltoil n She said she had had eight dif ferent offers for television movie and night club opportunities anc couldnt be happier Miss U S A EurlyneHowell 18 Bossier City La who drawled just won derfulbein riinnerupMJ never did expect to Miss Poland Alicja Bobrowska 22 Krakow who declared through an interpreter Im so extremely as a per son but because Poland was represented in this contest MOTION PICTURE talent scouts were busy backstage al Long Beach Municipal Auditor ium after Miss Zuloaga accepted tier crown Luz has a flawless olive com plexion flashing black eyes and at 5 feet 4 inches is the shortest of the girls who reached the semifinals Her mother assured newsmen through an interpreter that Lu had no aspirations for a stage or screen career She has nothing but love in her heart for the man she will some day marry said Mrs Zuloaga The lucky man she added has not yet come along Boy friends Of course she ha them said mama But she has no fiance Limited Farm Bill Passed WASHINGTON topheav Senate vote revived prospects al capabilities by December AW T IAO HIl J I 111 J11UI 111 CU 111 a n j L steppedup program aimed at deSaturday that this session of Con in temperature Saturday night caF aPParenty by a murder as and Sunday with occasional sailant Fred L Hober who lived on a farm near here and worked tn Cedar Rapids was found deadr of a bullet wound in the temple Thursday night in his on a gravel road miles east shells for eight hours His family hadnt missed him because he had been due at his job at the Link Belt Corp in Ce dar Rapids for the 4 pmmid night shift He was found at 10 pm but had been dead since about pm QUINTS ARE 15 The Diligenti quints gather around a cake baked in honor of their 15th birthday at the Buenos Aires Argentina home From left ara Maria AP Photofax Ester Maria Fernanda Maria Cristine Carlos and Franco The Diligentis are the worlds only living quints bill tailored to escape a presiden tial veto The compromise m e a s u r passed the Senate Friday night bj a lopsided 62 11 margin afte three days and nights of some Uimcs bitter debate It now goe to the House which earlier de clined to consider a measure o j broader proportions i As passed by the Senate thi bill generally would provide fo lower price supports and fewe i government controls over farm ers producing cotton rice corn and livestock feed grains Large output of those crops also wouk be authorized i Secretary of Agriculture Ben i son hailed the Senate action a victory for sound principle and a long step in th direction o j greater freedom for the nation farmers The bill would drop past effort to control production of corn am livestock feed grains through system of planting limits and re iated price supports Instead all corn growers would be assurec of a support based on the highes of three alternatives 90 per cen of the recent threeyear average Si10 a bushel or 60 per cent of parity Producers of grain sorghums oats rye would receive a support related to that of corn but not less than 60 per cent of parity Ouster of More Iowa Demos in Meeting ROM OUR WIRE SEEVICES DES MOINES if Jake More Harlan as Demo iratic state chairman loomed as r real possibility following dis rict caucuses Saturday morning A nose count following thecau uses showed only seven comfnit ee members who could definitely e counted as in the More camp when the committeemeets later to pick a chairman for the year ahead Donald Duke Norberg 47 Al ia newspaper editor announced Friday night that he as More candidate for the chairman ihip Norberg said I am running because appar ently there is a need for a focal point around which to unseat Jake More and I want him un seated He added There has been growing op position to Mr More and it is essential to clear the air in pre paration for this campaign which will be a difficult campaign for Democrats in Iowa THE CONVE NT JON to be Cli maxed by adoption of a cam paign platform turned first to the election of congressional district members of the StateCentral Committee which will name toe state chairman Gov Herschel C Loveless one man who could assure a change in the party leader ship by backing an oppo n e pt against More a s taken a handsoff at itude and will I et the party members t h e i r o wn ihoice He told news men that a MORE change merely for the sake of change was not worth anything to party strength Herfavored only a change if the new man would be a veteran political fig ure who could rally the entiri party The same sentiments were ex jressed at the informal caucuses Friday night r THE PRESENCE of former US Sen Guy Gillette atthe con vention in the role of a potential party central committee mem jer might give the Democrats the political heavyweight they want The 3079 delegates to the con vention were expected to adopt the proposed party which backs Loveless ironclad stand for a 2 per cent sales tax The proposed party platform disclosed Friday by members of the preconvention resolutions committee embodied all of Love less political principles and set the battle lines for the fall gen eral elections T H t PROPOSED platform called for 1 Maintaining of the sales tar at the 2 per cent level and not extending the tax to services 2 Immediate reapportioriment of the Iowa Legislature 3 A longrange program for fi nancing essential buildings at the states colleges as well as use of surplus funds for immediate school building needs 4 Modification of the states rightlowork law which forbids the union shop for labor Last week the Republicans called for the sales tax the most feasible way of raising additional revenue and William Murray Ames the GOP guber natorial candidate has favored raising the sales tax to 3 per cent l Harry Warner Movie Pioneer Dies at 76 BEL AIR Calif UPI Harry Warner 76 one of the founding brothers of Warners Bros film studio died Friday night in home of cerebral occlusion Warners death came within a year of several other outstanding filmpioneers including Louis B Mayer Harry Cohn Jesse Lasky Al Lichtman and Don Hartman NAMED PRESIDENT DES MOINES UPI John Shivvers Knoxville was elected president of the Iowa State Sheep Assn Friday succeeding H BV Seeley Algona i   

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