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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 16, 1958, Mason City, Iowa North lowos Daily Newspaper Edited lor HOME EDITION VOL H Auoelkted Preu and Uaited teteraaUottl FuH LCIM THE NEWSPAPER T H A T M A K K S A L L N 0 ft T H I 0 W A N S N i 1 H Q R MASON tlTY AUGUST SCHOOL cnr AT 7e Copy TkU Paper Goesteti Airliner mas Senate Many Items Need Action WASHINGTON The Sen ate Saturday defeated an effort to substitute a 10 per cent increase in Social Security benefits for a 7 per cent boost already in a lib eralization bill The 5332 vote to reject the high er benefit scale came after han dlers of the legislation flatly pre dicted the proposed boost would lead toa veto by President Ei senhower Sen Robert S Kerr floor manager of the measure asked his colleagues if they actual 7 per cent in crease of a record of voting for 10 per cent which was killed Sen Ralph Yarbbrough chief sponsor of the 10 per cent amendment argued there would be no basis for a veto because the higher taxes the bill would more than pay for the increase he proposed THE VOTEwas first taken on the Social Security bill one of the major pieces of legislation to be disposed of before final ad journment The Senate was expected to pass the bill later Saturday and send it to the House Debate on the electionyear so cial security measure began late Friday after the Senate finally completed action on a 38 billion dollar money measure During floor debate numerous amend ments were adopted adding hun dreds of millions of dollars to the bill AMONG OTHER THINGS the chamber voted an additional 125 million dollars for the new civilian space agency This was 50 mil lions more than the sum recom mended by the Senate Appropria tions Committee The Senate passage sent the bill to conference with the House which is in recess until Monday With the customary last minute logjam of legislation there was no chance for Congress to adjourn Saturday Issues still unresolved are expected to keep them in Washington through at least a part of next week AMONG THE ISSUES 1 leaders de cided to call up foraction Monday a compromisehousing bill But prospects for passage are consid ered dim because the measure will be acted on under a rule re quiring twothirds majority ap proval Rep Albert Rains DAla said the bill would earmark con siderably less housing money than the 16 billion dollars asked by the administration The Senate has passed a 2Vz billion dollar bill 2 Depressed areas The Sen ate and House must resolve dif ferences over legislation to pro vide federal aid for chronically depressed regions The House by a vote of 176130 pafssed a bill Friday that would create an agency to make loans and direct grants for area redevelopment programs The bill differs from a Senate version in that 100 million dollars was cut from a 300million dollar revolving loan fund f 3 Civil rights If the Senate doesnt get into too much debate on the social security measure the controversial nomination of W Wilson White to be assistant at torney general on civil rights mat ters might be called up Saturday Southern senators are strongly op posed to placing White in charge of the new civil rights division in the Justice Department Sputnik Rocket to Be Visible Sputnik Ills rocket carrier is expected to make two passes over Iowa Saturday night One is pm to pm followed 2nd Big Crash in Fog 22 Die SHOOTING FOR THE MOON This photograph of the moon with the earth sketched way off in the distance vary ing from 252710 miles to 22i463 miles gives you an idea of what the U S Air Force is up against in trying to fire a rocket around the moon On Sunday the moon will be as close as it ever gets to the earth The rocket is supposed to take a couple of turns around the earthafter it is fired at Cape Canaveral Fla then zoom on to trie moon take a couple of turns around that then back to the earth First US Set Sunday Hopes Slim 2 Days 12 Survivors Hospitalized NANTUCKET Mass Wt A Northeast Airline plane from New York crashed and disinte grated near Nantucket Airport late night taking the lives of 22 of its 34 occupants Among the victims was Gor don Dean 52 former chairman of the Energy Commis sion After leaving the AEG he became boaVd chairman of the Nuclear Science and Engineering Corp and in 1955 was named senior vice president in charge of nuclear energy for General Dynamics Corp General Dy namics builds atomic submar ines The threeperson crew of the twoengine copilot and Prominent New York City banker Harvey Schwamm also was killed His wife Lillian was listed among the seriously in jured A 2YEAROLD BABY riding in her mothers lap lived through the crash The mother Jacque line Young 18 Nantucket was killed Airport officials said the plane was coming in about on an instrument landing through a heavy fog when it crashed in a woeded area 300 yards north east pf the airport Most of those aboard appar ently were headed for vacations or week end stays on this famous island resort 15 miles off Cape Cod t It was the second major air tragedy in two days A Dutch KLM Super Constellation crashed in the Atlantic off Shannon Ire PLANE SMASHES INTO WOODS A AP Photofax propeller blade stands in foreground and crashed near Nantucket Mass The craft other wreckage is streiyn around the fuse lage of Northeast Airlines plane which smashed into a fog shrouded wooded areaj taking the lives of 22 of 34 aboard 1 By ROY S LEE New York Herald News Service WASHINGTON Prospects slim though they be that man may successfully make his most startling step into space Sunday are intriguing this Capital City The U S Air Force will prob ably attempt Americas first ef fort to shoot a rocket around the moon earths first satellite Formidable distances and ob stacles inclucfcig the fact that its most important component has yet to be tested in flight con ditions fail to dim the hope that success might bring to man his first electronic look at the dark side of the moon STANDING MORE than 100 fcct tall a specially built four stage rocket carrying an 83 pound payload may blast off from by another pm to pm The direction should be from northwest to southeast the first time near the North Star and the second off the tip of the Big Dipper handle The rocke Three Bills Sent to Eisenhower WASHINGTON Senate completed congressional action Friday on two tax bills and sent them to President Eisenhower One makes changes in various The other eases the tax load on the nations small businesses by 260 million dollars a year The legislation providing small business relief also included a large number of technical re visions in the lax law overhaul of 1954 The excise tax bills provisions include one sought by the movie industry to lower the federal ax on movie theater and bail game tickets costing over Si Pleasant Weather in Store for Iowa Iowa is going to have pleasant veather through the weekend The Weather Bureau said skies will be generally fair through Saturday night and only partly cloudy Sunday Temperatures arent going to change much al though it will be a little warmer the missiletest center at Cape Canaveral Fla for what the Air Force strongly doubts be a twoandahalf day trip into the fringes of space The combination rocket has never before been fired in all of its stages The first and second stages a hybrid of the Thor and Vanguard repeat edly are considered reliable rockets and experts estimate their chances at 80 per cent But the third stage has never been ignited at an altitude of aboul 150 miles and it chances of suc cess are thought to be about 50 per cent These three stages push the final stage to a speed of aboul 35000 feet per second The lasl stage to successfully orbit musl be launched with RelroRocket to stem its fall toward the moon with an allowable error of less than twotenths of a degree o angle and a speed exact to with in 500 to 1000 feet a second After flying through space fo two days the fourth stage rocke must be ignited by a radio signa from earth to turn into th moons gravitational field A that point odds against gettin ic instruments within the moons gravitational pull are bout ten to one Chances that ie rocket would escape the moons pull after orbiting around t and return to earths atmps ihere are reportedly enormous EVEN BEFORE it starts ocket scientists point out there re involved mathematical fig ures to work out indicating the Air Force has only about one lour Sunday morning between 3o to get through the ong countdown and be in the right position If any technical difficulties develop the shoot will lave to be postponed daily but no ater than Tuesday as the moon and the earth move through the skies Surrender Never Says Congress WASHINGTON Surrend er Never says the U S Senate And furthermore therell be no planning for least not at government expensethe sen land Thursday with the loss of 99 lives Two airport employes reported a bigball of fire as the plane plunged through the fog They sped to the scene in a fire truck and later reported there was fire air around us We saw peo ple crawling away ROBERT YOUNG communi cator for the CAA at Nantucket said only the planes tail section remained intact after the plane had burned The tragedy brought every available doctor in Nantucket and the adjoining is land thas of Mar Vineyard to Nantuckets 40bed hospital Other doctors Favorable moon shoot days den u r s e s and pendent on the closest alignment of the orbit paths of the earth and moor around the sun occur every 28 days indicating that Sept 1416 and Oct 1214 would be the next attempts should the rocket be grounded this weekend Should the last stage get only to within 50000 miles of the moon the shot will be con sidered a success according to Roy W Johnson head of the test program The simplified television type equipment aboard might give us some very useful pictures of the lunar surfaces at that dis medical s u p plies were flown r o m Boston almouth and e w York Blood and shock Food Supplies in Twin Cities Cut by StrikeWalkout Departmcnts Advanced MINNEAPOLIS UPI Food Research Projects Agency tance said Mr official title is Johnson whose Director of the was plainly visible lowans Friday night to North in the north Saturday night BROONZY DIES CHICAGO UPI Big Bill Broonzy 65 a onetime Chicago South Side janitor who became a world noted singer dice Friday of cancer supplies dwindled here and in St Paul Saturday with no signs of an agreement in a strikelockout between the Teamsters and chain stores that has all but halted de livery of packaged food supplies A temporary farmers market was opened Friday at suburban Richfield to enable farmers to dispose of some of their perish able goods Another market was opened Saturday in Golden Valley Housewives stocking up for the veekend formed long lines at in dependent food stores here and some traveled to adjoining com munities A spokesman for the in dependents said their stocks were dwindling and an outbreak o buying could deplete their The walkout has idled about 1000 Teamsters and 4000 store OTHER INSTRUMENTS aboard include units to determine whether the moon has a magnetic field a possible measurement o the range of the earths magnetic field and temperature measuring devices Questions troubling the men ators said The Senate took that firm stanc Friday in voting 882 to bar the use of government funds to finance any kind of study into the possibility of the United State running up a white flag in a nuclear war THE VOTE climaxed almos two days of sometimes bitter de bate touched off by reports tb Pentagon was preparing a sur render study But the Pentagon indicated the only such study it knew of wa one prepared for the Rand Corp a nonprofit research group tha does work for the Air Force A BOOK entitled Strategi Surrender prepared for Rand Mason to partly cloudy through Sunday No important temperature changes High Sun day 8387 Low Saturday night S560T Generally fair Saturday night a little warmer extreme north low 58 north to 68 south Partly cloudy and warmer Sun day Minnesota Continued hot High Sunday 92 GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 a m Saturday Maximum 83 Minimum 47 At 8 a m 65 YEAR AGO Maximum 83 Minimum 60 Youth Cleared was published recently by the Stanford University Press But Rand spokesmen said their study didnt deal with the subject of a U S surrender President Eisenhower called the whole thing nonsense and said no government funds had been spent or ever would be OB a sur render study FOR SENIOR CITIZENS DEAN who will launch this lunar porbe center not only on the known problems of missiles but on the unknown thrust action in the vacuum of space as the Relro Rocket attempts to set in orbit the lunar probe Should the test be perfection itself the satellite may travel about the moon several hundreds of miles above it relaying back to earth photographic images be fore it eventually tears itself concentrates were flown from Boston Some 30 pints of blood were flown from New York Because of the limited med cal facilities on the island seven of the most seriously injured were flown in an Air Force plane to Bostons Massachusettes General Hospital George Lusk of the airport maintenance crew said the pilot apparently came down too low and hit some low pine trees and scrub growth cutting a swath 500 feet long The body of Dean a weekend vacation commuter was iden tified by his wife ASUB LAUNCHED PORTSMOUTH NH The sleek atomic submarine Sea dragon said to be a better sub than the polarvoyaging Nautilus was launched Saturday at the Naval shipyard here Wanted Views Ideas of Our GoldenAgers workers and has stopped delivery a way either to shoot off forever of about 80 per cent of the citys Jin the blackness of outer space packaged goods such as canned or to fall back in fiery destruc foods and cereals Ilion in the earthls atmosphere SAME While flat means no death past 21 hours By PAT LOUNSBURY Starting a newspaper column Is somewhat like plowing a field for the first time There are probably any number of ways to begin but the best way is just to dig in and get started The editor of the GlobeGazette has agreed with this writer that senior citizens who read this news 5000 a lot to offer in the way of opinions and ideas on many subjects Therefore we are starting this column to give them a chance to speak up on any subject which would be interesting to other readers Persons of all ages are most welcome to join in these discussions but this column is specially for goldenagers because their years of experience in life have given them an extra amount of wisdom to offer the rest of the world So this is an friendly as we can make address your letter to Senior Citizens in care of the GlobeGazette with comments on any sub ject you think might be of interest We cannot use the names of our correspondents and we will have to edit and condense letters because of space limitations Feel free to write any length of letter you like and well do our best to convey your ideas in the space we have One ground We will avoid politics and re ligion for those are subjects involving special places in each persons life Our purpose is to discuss all kinds of ideas in the spirit of helpfulness to take a look at prob lems of widespread importance and see whats being done about them Hind to report what senior citizens have to say on those subjects which interest them most So lets hear what some of you would like to visit about Were ready to start a lively discussion n Stepfather f NEW HAMPTON William White 16 was freed of a chargat of felonious assault Saturday afternoon by a Chickasaw County coroners jury in connection with the fatal shooting of his step father v The jury recommended how ever that his case be referred to juvenile authorities He is being held in the county jail pending further action v V Zane Wilbur Cagley 37 died Thursday after the boy had shot him Wednesday evening in at tempting to protect his mother Both Mrs Cagley and the boy told the same story to the coroners jury which they previously had told Sheriff Gaylen Folkers Mrs Cagley brought her hus band home to Chickasaw frpnji Ionia after he had become drunk and quarrelsome there I was she testified about thi events after returning home Zane had an awful expression It was in big eyes Cagley threatened to kill whole family mother and s o testified When he moved toward Mrs Cagley the boy shot hirau with a shotgun Gagley had often previously threatened the fam ily they said but h ad growm worse the last few months Sheriff Folkers testified t h a i Cagley bragged about an earlier assault charge against him when the officer previously h ad en countered Cagley while he wal druck Chickasaw is a s m a 11 about nine miles west of here 7 Number of Jobless Claims Again Drops WASHINGTON W The num ber of jobless workers covered by unemployment insurance reached a new 1958 low in the last week of July the ment reports The Labor Department said Friday that insured unemploy ment had dropped by 80700 ing the week ended Aug 2 to a total of 2342100 the lowest level reported since the week fore Christmas of last year But there was a counterbalancing factor as the volume of new un employment claims increased by 6400 to a total of 324900 for the week ended Aug 9 Layoffs caused by automobile model changeovers accounted for part of the new claims HURRICANE GROWS SAN JUAN Puerto Rico The seasons first real hurricane growing larger and stronger fol lowed a northwest course far out in the open Atlantic Saturday
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