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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 28, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Cditexi for BEUAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT M A K I J A L L NORTH I 0 W A N E I G H I 0 Y S HOME EDITION VOL LXIV AisocUtcd Frew and United PreM Full Wlrei 7c a Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JULY 21 1951 Cboiltfe of Two IN Lets Meet in Moscow Khrushchev One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGIO 1300 pm Sunday WOI Ames BIO pm Tuesday WTAD Qulncy 930 pm Thursday WSUL Cltj 910 pm Saturday Americans on the Move pEOPLE with wanderlust sometimes its called itchy feet apparently havent been told that were in an economic recession Figures from the steamship and air lines indicate that despite what has been ad vertised as a business slumpin our broad land foreign travel this summer is at an alltime high The same general situation prevails here at home too Peo ple are on the go as never be fore Hotels motels service sta tions and all other businesses which cater to the traveling pub lic are enjoying a tremendous season Visitors to our national parks in the current year are expected to total half of our nations adult population although let me hasten to addthese park visitors are by no means limited to adults The Worlds Fair in Brussels has proved a mighty magnet for European travel Opinion is di vided right down the middle on whether the American exhibit is good or bad Curiously enough Americans are most critical of it The people of other lands ad mire us for not trying to demon strate how superior we are to the rest of the world which is precisely what the Kremlin sought to supercolossal ex hibit AMERICAN VISITORS to Rus sia this year are expected to to tal something in excess of 3000 Last year the figure was about 2000 I was one of them Next year if the Kremlin remains on speaking terms with the free world the total could very well be 5000 If Khrushchev turns surly as seems presently to be his disposition the gates may be tightly closed Most of these Yankees behind the Iron Curtain dont remain long enough to acquire anything like a full comprehension of the Soviet system But a fortnight or even less is long enough to prove to anybody that there is no hatred for Americans among rank and file Russians that the stress es between our countries are created by those vile boodlers who bite and gouge for political survival behind the red walls on Kremlin Hill For most of my adult life I have operated on the belief that its more fun to travel than it would be to be rich The dollars I have put out in visiting the far places of our planet have always seemed to come back to me in dividends more abundantly than any other cash I ever invested except in support of school and church This little commentary is designed for others who may be possessed of this same foolish doctrine ONE OF THE FIRST questions that confronts a person after se lecting a destination is whether the trip shall be made by air or water assuming of course that its some place not accessible by rail or motor So far as I am con cerned comfort and safety dont enter into this decision to any great extent Theyre present in both forms of travel Mishaps are the rare exception So how about a little of both A voyage there and a flight back The next question that arises is how much and what kind of luggage to take The limits are higher for rail and water trans port than for air travel But Ive never found any trouble living within the aerial allowance In fact Ive always ended up re gretting that I brought along so many unnceded shirts On my last extended jaunt around the world in three months with 31 countries on my itinerary I had a weight limit of 44 pounds With about eight pounds out for my highly essential type writer aluminum I had only 36 pounds left for my metal bag and its contents Whereas in the days before Dulles in Pledge at Parley Baghdad Pact Group Meets L 0 N D 0 N The United States agreed Monday to cooper ate with member nations of the Baghdad Pact in their security and defense The American pledge was con tained in adeclaration signed by Secretary of State Dulles with the prime ministers of Britain Tur key Iran and Pakistan The United States pledged to promptly enter agreements with the four countries The fivepower declaration ap peared to associate the United States more closely with the al liance of nations along thenorth ern tier of the Middle East The United States stopped short of becoming a full member of the Pact whose leaders Monday be gan their fifth ministerial confer ence without the presence of Iraq British Prime Minister Mac millan opened the meeting with out Iraq present and announced that the remaining four member OPERATION WEIGHTOFF A D Patch in business manager for Teamsters AP Photofax piece of meat a few diced carrots and a wedge of melon But the strict diet ap Union Local 84 at Waterloo wants to parently is working since Patchin who shed 200 of his 432 pounds But he wasnt is suffering from an enlarged heart and exactly pleased when he sat down to this other complications dropped 30 pounds meal at a hospital It consists of a tiny right off the bat Reveal First US Moon Shot for Aug 17 nations intend to maintain the aims of their alliance The British leader told the con ference WE INTEND tomaintain the aims of our alliance and to con sider how to do this in the light of the present situation Our purposeis to reaffirm the inten tions expressed in that instru ment the Baghdad Pact as a means for collective security On hand forthe meeting were the prime ministers and foreign secretaries of Britain Turkevi Pakistan and Iran as well asDul les FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES CAPE CANAVERAL Flai The United States is planning to launch the first of four moon rockets Aug 17 with the hope it will circle the moon in a boom erang shot United Press Inter national learned Monday Sources close to the project said scientists are still working loibe visible from the earth up to Replacement for Kincheloe Space Named EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE Calif for the first Air Force flight into outer space went ahead Monday despite the death in a jut crash of Capt Iven Kincheloe had been chosen to make the initial at tempt The Air Force disclosed the name of the pilot previously se lected as Kincheloes replace ment He is Capt Robert M White a New Yorker who at 34 is a 16year Air Force veteran White is an engineering graduate of New York University and an eighttime winner of the Air Medal He becomes part of the three man team assigned to the se crecyshrouded X15 rocket plane that has been described by the secretary of the Air Force as the first step toward a manned satellite Kincheloe 30 who liked to drive an old Model A Ford around the base already had flown to an American altitude record of 126 00 feet in the needlenosed orerunner of the X15 Then last Saturday he was killed when he attempted to eject himself from iis crashing F104 jet fighter Cause of the crash has not seen pinpointed An investigation board said apparently Kincheloes jet had an engine failure short verify their computations for the venture which will require split second timing But if the present schedule is followed a threestage Air Force rocket will be fired soon after dawn on the morning of the 17th a Sunday The moon will then be about 220000 miles from the earth the closest it ever gets IF THE SHOT is successful the rockets last stage will be caught in the moons gravitational puil and will circle it at least once and possibly several times It will then head back toward earth and burn up when it reaches the at mosphere The with instru mentation including televisionlike ground scanning devices would thus explore for the first time the dark side of the moon that portion of the sphere which never faces the earth The rocket is expected to take two days or more to arrive at the moon a quarter of which will midnight Aug 19 Meanwhile the worlds newest satellite is off to a spectacular start on what may be a fiveyear journey through space SCIENTISTS keeping a critical eye on Explorer IV announced that the heaviest and most vital of the three US moons in orbit performed smoothly during its first 48 hours The launching by the amazing ly reliable JupiterC rocket last Saturday was so successful in fact that the 3843pound tube probably will be the most durable Army satellite yet Officials at first expressed concern that the latest Army venture might be short lived As it looped through an ellipti cal orbit every 110 minutes the satellite beeped out loud and clear signals on an intense field of radiation 600 miles in outer space Latest estimates placed Explorer IV as close to earth as 163 miles and as high as 1373 miles as it swings around the jglobe an average of 13 times a day Slight Increase in Draft Call The Weather Mason City Fair slightly cooler Monday night low 5458 Partly cloudy Tuesday high 8285 Iowa Generally fair through Tuesday Slightly cooler Mon day night low 5462 Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 3 to 6 degrees be low normal Tuesday through Saturday Normal highs mid 80s north to near 90 south Noreach of the previous three Iraq the member o the antiCommunist alliance has not withdrawn from the treaty hu appears unlikely to play much i any part in the organization in the future However a growing ten dency within the governments o the United States and the Bagh dad group to recognize the Iraq regime was reported SOME OF THE TASKS facing the current Council meeting are 1 A reappraisal of future op erations in the light of Iraqs ex pected withdrawal This involves changing the name the headquar ters and the military and econ omic program 2 An assessment of the sig nificance of rebelruled Iraqs possession of most of the allies and political secrets The Iraqi rebels seized most of the import ant military and political docu ments formulated for the defense of the region when they took over the Baghdad Pact headquarters building in the Iraqi capital 3 An examination of the pros pects of winning the cooperation of the Russians throughout the Middle East 4 Formulation of a common at titude probably involving rec ognition toward the new gov ernment in Baghdad 5 Discussion of the political feasibility of coming to some sort of terms with president Nasser of the United Arab Republic The United States and Britain have been thinking of trying for the return of normal relations with the Arab nationalist leader in or LT GEN CHENNAULT Cancer Kills Flying Tiger Chennault NEW ORLEANS Gen all Claire Lee Chennault whose Fly said ng Tigers helped sweep Japa nese aircraft from China skie during World War II died Sun day after a long battle wit cancer He was 67 Death came to the leathers faced flying leader two week after Rep F Edward Heber sped a bill through Con gress making Chennault alieu e n a n t general It receive unanimous approval in hot louses on July 18 and wa signed by President Eisenhowe that night Since his return from Formos n FebruaryChennault had bee receiving treatment on and o at Ocshner Foundation Hospita for lung cancer The general was reported in jetter spirits following the July 11 visit of his longtime friend Madame Kaishek and thebedside reunion his six sons and two daughters their first in 21 years time Chennault showet the spirit that earned him the title as Japans No 1 war crim inal by raising a glass of beer and toasting Heres to you all Im grounded temporarily but Ill be at your next reunion in 1960 However by the following week Chennaults condition had turned for the worse To Return Grimm to Iowa Prison DES MOINES seven months of freedom on parole Replies to Note by Ike New Charge by Russ Premier FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Premier Ni dta Khrushchev suggested hold ng a summit conference in Mos cow or any other city in urope if security would be a roblem in New York Khrushchev made his offer in ettersto the Big Three formally accepting the suggestion of French Premier Charles de Gaulle that Europe would be a better place for the top level talks The Soviet government agrees to meet in Geneva Paris Vienna or any other city acceptable to all participants Khrushchev HE SPECIFICALLY suggested Moscow as a site and said Soviet government would guaran tee full security for the delega tions and the necessary conditions for fruitful work Some American sources have shown concern about security measures that would be needed if Khrushchev came to New York for talks held within the United Nations framework as President Eisenhower wants The State Department how ever said in Washington that as a responsible government we will be able to assure his Khrushchevs safety The tone of the reply seemed to indicate Khrushchev was pull ing sharply away from the idea of a highlevel U N Security Councilmeeting and revertingto iis original proposal of f alks tween Russia United States1 England France aridIndia The Soviet premier also sic AP Photofax SHAHS Mythra Fallah 18 daughter of wealthy oil executive casts a sideward glance during a re ception at Tehran Iran Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlevi of Iran reportedly haschosen her to be his new queen the Shah recently divorced Queen SCH raya becauseshe was unatle to bear him children and thus continue the royal dynasty Death of Marine for September WASHINGTON UPI The Army will draft 11000 men injder to reduce his incVeasing de September 1000 more than in mal lows lower 60s north to mid 60s south Little change in temperatures except for a warming trend latter half of months the Defense Department announced Monday A Pentagon spokesman said the slight increase was within period Rainfall will averagenormal limits and had nothing 15 to 25 of an inch in showers to do with the Middle East and thunderstorms late in the period ly after taking off from this base Peasant in the Mojave Desert Iowa Woman Drowns in Cistern on Farm AKRON Iowa UPI Mrs James Foley 60 a mental pa tient at the Cherokee Mental hospital drowned in thecistern at her farm home near here Sunday while visiting her hus band for the weekend Her hus band said he went to get grocer ies and when he returned he CONTINUED ON PAGS 2 Ifound her body in the cistern High Tuesday 7282 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Monday Maximum Minimum At 8 a m YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 83 59 71 80 70 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Sunday Maximum Minimum Precipitation 83 63 Trace crisis He pointed out there has been no increase in authorized manpower ceilings for the Armed Forces The September call like those for previous months is the number considered neces sary to meet Army needs after allowances have been made for enlistments and reenlistments he said The draft call was 13000 a month from last February through last May The Pentagon spokesman said that calls of from 10000 to 13000 a month are required to maintain the Armed Forces at present 2601000 in the Army Navy Ma rines and Air Force Only the Army uses draftees pendence on Russia Donald Grimm 32 was slated Monday for a quick return to prison to resume serving a life term Grimm was caught bur glarizing a service station here Sunday Grimm and his brother Billy were sentenced in 1948 for the armed robbery of the Nor walkCumming State Bank near Des Moines Their sentences were commuted in 1956 and both were paroled last December Grimms bride of a month the former Barbara Ann Jackson 24 Dows was being held under 000 bond as an accomplice in the cused the United States govern ment of deviating from its previ ous attitude on the urgency ofa summit conference THE SOVIET LEADER said The Presidents message of July 22 welcomed throughout the world and people hoped the summit con ference would be held without de lay removing the threat of war in the Middle East and Near East Eisenhower in his July 22 mes sage challenged Khrushchev to complain to the UN Security Council personally if he believes BritishAmerican military moves endangered world peace On July 25 Eisenhower pro posed the Security Council make the arrangements for the summit meeting Khrushchev said Monday The Security Council has al ready been discussing the Middle Eastern crisis and as yet failed to do anything at all THE AREA in question is be coming more like a powder keg which can precipitate a world holocaust Hence the urgency of a fivepower conference with the attendance of the UN secretary general If we genuinely want to re BEIRUT dfi A US Marine spokesman said Mondaya private first class fatally shot Sunday was killed by the accidental charge of a companions 45 cali ber automatic Lt Col Leslie Gilson Marine spokesman said four verepa an unauthorized yisitto cluster hatt lorward of the Marine position at U3 One of the Marines was climb ng over awall when his 45 service station burglary attempt duce tension we must agree that it is the five powers Britain United States France Soviet Un ion India that will have to settle MILL1KIN DIES DENVER jfi Former U S Sen Eugene D Millikin of Colo rado 67 once a major policy maker for the Republican party died Saturday Pet Panther in Bed Too Much for Wife of French Hunter PARIS a pel pan ther jump in bed with her at 7 am daily was just too much for the wife of Frances big game hunting Chevalier dOr geix She is getting a legal separa tion from Chevalier and the panther although remaining friendly witt both The trouble is she says that her husband liked the panther better than the wife The panther in question Zouma is a playful beast ac customed to creating a stir She got loose a year ago on a street and spread near panic before her recapture I have been patient for months Chevaliers wife told newsmen I like Zouma But you understand that in the mornings I like to sleep The panther is an early riser She wakes up at 7 oclock climbs up on the bed and jumps around the furniture To make matters worse Che valier and the panther then romp around the bed together Life became impossible said the wife I prefer to go They were married in 1952 largely because they shared a passion for horses and hunting Zouma entered their life in April 1957 when they captured her during a trip to Africa parently snaggedand the bullet went through the holster into head of a man standing below The dead man was identified as Pfc W a 11 e r Richardson Brooklyn NY THE TH RE E surviving Marinei are being held for investigation and have requested be fore1 making a statement Under the US Uniform Code of Milii tary Justice men under investiga tion are not required to make a statement without the advice oi lawyers t Since the Marines landed July 9 to help protect Lebanons pro Western government from a pro Nasser rebellipn three other US servicemen have been killed all accidentally American troop commanden were on the alert to watch for trouble this week when Leban ons 66member Parliament is scheduled to elect a new presi dent ROBERT MURPHY the United States top diplomatic trouble shooter has been conferring1 with rebel and government politicians in hopes of helping them agree pa a compromise candidate But if i candidate acceptable to both sides cannot be found the virtually stalemated rebellion may erupt into new violence The US military reaction the problem It seems that an effort is made to bury the previ ous idea of the conference We cannot accept this Sports Bulletin MOSCOW United States trounced Russia 126109 in the mens events of their dual track meet here Monday Russia won the womens divi sion 6344 Overall Russia fin ished with 172 points and the US 170 SAME Black means trims talh ta M ably would be an increase in motorized and helicopter patrols and a set of new strongpoints The US policy has been to leave the fight against the rebelsto the Lebanese army command ers have been content to contain them in certain sectors of the main cities and the countryside vithout trying an allout effort to end the rebellion Yarborough Daniel Hold Texas Votes in Primary Contest DALLAS Tex S Sen Ralph Yarborough and Gov Price Daniel hold Democratic nominations for another term after heavy voting in Saturday primaries The Texas Election Bureaus count Sunday gave Yarborough 680294 votes to 485612 for Wil liam Blakley Daniel had 723890 votes to 214826 for State Sen Henry Gonzalez 31481 for busi nessman Joe Irwin and 216131 for former Gov W Lee ODaniel   

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