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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 26, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper V Edited tec VOL H BEGAZETTE AuocUUd HI NIWSPAFII THAT MAKES ALL NORTH lOWANSNIlCHIOfcl V r OeCor MASON CITY tOWA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER U HOME EDITION Thli CoMltta el Launch f t ft But Not Sure FROM OUE WIRE SERVICES CAPE CANAVERAL Fla The Naves seventh Vanguarc rocket blasted off smoothly Fri day carrying ja 20inch pound satellitethat might revo lulioriize longrange weather fore casting It appeared to be a perfect fir ing but four hours later no defi nite word had been received tlia ah orbit of the new satellite ha been achieved Navy scientists reported spo radic signals have been receive but all data available now wii not allow confirmation or denia of the existence of an v Dr Richard Porter chairman of technical panel on earth satellites of the International Geo physical Year said the satellites radio picked up at time by Minitrack and bther radio tracking stations on the West Coast but had been pass over a Minitrack station in South Africa Porteradded Since ithat time sporadic sig nals have been received by Mini track stations in locations Ten minutes after launching the Navy announced that all three stages of the rocket fired suc cessfully and in proper sequence FOR ITS OBSERVATION mis satellite was equippec with two photocell eyes sensi tive tored and neirinfrared light thetopsof cloudsand the earths terrain reflect light differently the photocells would be able to distinguish between the different light intensitiesand TWO VIEWS ON INTEGRATION Arkansas Gov Orval Faubus looking fatigued after an auto trip from Kentucky makes the long walk from his Little Rock mansion to a fence around the grounds to greet a group of youngsters supporting his closing of schools over the integration issue photo at Butat Ottawa Ef fective Carry Load in Brush Wars By THOMAS DORSEY Ntw York Herald Tribune Service LANGLEY AIR Va The reliance on tactical air power m both the Middle East and Far East crisis is causing some observers to wonder if the Air Force may have been wrong in concentrating its eggs in the Strategic Air Command baskejt While SAC continues to carry the big stick as a deterrent to global conflict it has been the Tactical Air Command that has had to move quickly to world trouble areas to put out the fire AP Photofax I The United States has now Ont Canada university students burn Faubus in effigy moved a major tactical strike photo at A proclamation said the Governor jfoice to bolster its positionin the stands condemned in the eyes of Canadian students defend ittle Rock Schools Vote at Hand E Coast MIAMI Fla WJithe Weather thus report what see the Bureau ordered up Navy saidj V warnings Fear iAminiature tucked the satellites in On a 75foot loop of erasable tape signals from the photocells wouldbere corded and would be transmitted back to earth during each orbit Navy officials said scientists believe the satellite would be able to see Atlantic hurricanes or Pacific typhoons from its orbit THIS WAS THE seventh try a composite threestage Vanguard with only one success up to date It was also the first time a Van guard had been fired successfully He lehe Pwas centered 200 miles southeast of Charleston SC I was still moving northwestward at 14 hour Safety precautions should be started immediately arid com pleted by sunset the emergency possibly damaged m a battle Supplies for Quemoy Pile Up on Shore TAIPEI Formosa WhFresh supplies poured to Quemoys de fenders by air and sea amid heavy Communist artillery fire Friday buildup came as the Chi neyj other aerial victory Ufat ftooswf their claimed kills to out a National the Aug 23 flareup of the offshore war PILOTS REPORTED ont MIG17 shot down and another Mason City Generally fair thiough Saturday Low Friday night in mid to upper 40s Cool er Saturday highs in upper 60s owa Partly cloudy through Sat urday Cooler southeast Friday warningfrom the bureau said Storm tides seas will flood coastal lands from Beau fort to Wilmington NC and particularly from Charleston to Cape Fear to heights of 4 to6 feet above levels reached by nor mal tides for this date IN SOME focal in two months During the interim mair be even higher the slender missile was checked The bureau said also out from top to bottom and a few Destructive winds and danger ish garrison stocks Four cor late Thursday off Swalew be tween four of their American built Sabre Jets and 16of Red Chinas Sovietsupplied fight ers The first Nationalist ship convoyto cross Formosa Strait since Monday sailed through a Red barrage and sent amphibi ous vehicles racing to Quemoys beaches with cargo to replen minor adjustments made in the first two stages An attempted launching of this tame rocket was scrubbed last week when ao electrical break down caused automatic engine cutoff a split second before liftup The mighty Vanguard engine ig nited then with a flash but shut ously high tides should begin by Friday evening with maximum winds 75 to 100 miles near the center of the hurricane beginning after midnight Present indications are that the hurricane center will reach the SouthCarolina Coast near or a short distance north of Charles ton respondents witnessed the oper ation on a flight back to Taipei TRANSPORT PLANES para chuted highpriority supplies to the island overnight through skies peppered bybursting shells It was the third such operation in three nights Though the supplies are flow i The Weather night low 4555 day Cooler Satur day IowaTemperatures will average3 to 5 degrees be low normal In the north and 6 the south during the period Sat urday through Wednesday It will be cool the first of the peri od warmer about Monday and cool again Tuesday with little change hereafter Normal highs are and normal lows are 44 48 Precipitation will aver age twotenths of an inch as Alight showers intermittently through the period Minnesota Fair and cooler High Saturday around 75 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Friday x 68 43 57 76 44 8 am YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum Lqst US Troopers in to Leave BEIRUT Lebanon officials prepared Friday for the rapid evacuation of American troops from Lebanon indicating the fourmonth revolt has come to an end A reliable military source pre dicted the last American soldier and Marine will be out of Le banon by Oct 17 if sufficient shipping is available The long dormant Lebanese army patroled Beirut under or ders to shoot armed civilians a sight and it appearedWednes days outbreak in which at leas 30 persons were killed would b the last gasp of the revolt Army Takes Over Control in Burma RANGOON Burma In i The rebels jubilant over the installation of a government dom inated by their leaders tore down the barricades that isolated their section of the city for months The army moved into former rebel areas to take over police duties from the insurgents a bloodless coup the Burmese army Friday took over admin istration of this strifetorn re public Throughout the country the ina coorduiated the protection and security vdf towns TOP ARMY I t a d r c pressed belief a politi cal group has been collecting aims to out all opposition groups and takeover the country Army intelligence expressed the opinion the Communists were preparing to help this group The army has appealed for calm and order though no proclamation has yet been issued Communications are normal and the army says the only reason they have taken over the administration of the country is to preserve law and order Its aim is to see that democracy does not die it said down just as quickly when the pcoplc within the reach of the fng again the big questions are trouble developed forecast tides and sea floods much is getting through The 22600 pound rocket climbed sllould evacuate immediately be how long the blockade slowly aloft at am rising water cuts off es puncturing canbe kept up It began to accelerate rapidly asicape it rose steadily into the cloud The other hurricane lisa still filled Florida skies sleek missile was bucking a brisk westerly wind as it roared skyward AFTER ABOUT 10 seconds olivedrab and while missile ended was far to the south but its winds were already up to 105 miles an hour v A SPECIAL BULLETIN on from the San Juan Weather Bu reau saidthe storm has been its vertical flight and curved tosteadily increasing in size and in wardthe Southeast tensity The Leeward and Virgin It was a tiny white dot in theislands and the north coast of sky as it darted in and out of the Puerto Rico were continued on clouds igalc warning The storm was 325 The liftoff appeared perfect to miles eastnortheast of San Juan news observers watching from an observation tower about a mile moving west northwest at 10 miles an hour A turn toward the and a half from the launching northwest was indicated for later site Because the payload was heav ier the latest satellite was not ex pected to match the imposing or bit gained by the only hitherto successful Vanguard which began a 200year journey through space last March 17 That satellite is swinging as far out as 2460 miles and as near as 407 miles in its 2hour14minule trip through or bit BEATEN ELDORA Eyerly 55 cottage parent at the disciplinary cottage of the Eldora State Train ing School for Boys was recover ing Friday in an Eldora hospital from a beating administered by a 15yearold inmate MEADS HATCHERYMEN DES MOINES Howard Schapcr Britt was elected Thursday as president of the Iowa Poultry Hatchery Assn These are vital questions be cause American policy of con taining the Formosa Strait war seems now to hinge on denying the Reds the chance to starve out Quemoy Warships of the US 7th Fleet are escorting the convoys Newsmen sighted two or three flying the American flag The warships stayed well outside the threemile limit America Retains Yacht Trophy NEWPORT R I ffiThe U S sloop Columbia clinched the Americas Cup Friday by defeat ing the British Sceptre by about half a mile The victory gave the cupdefending Columbia a 40 sweep in thefamed international yacht race Skippered by Briggs Cunning ham Columbia spurted to a quar termile lead Friday halfway to the first marker of the 24mile race over a triangular course Then the British sloop twice ranj into trouble with her sails and the race was as good as over TYPHOON HITS TOKYO as the worst Pacific storm of the year Ty 5C j phoon Ida ripped into the Japa coast Friday and moved min ister UNu is to hand over administration to the army by Saturday Assurance has been given by Opening Now Step Closer BT THE ASSOCIATEDVRESS The reopening of four public schools atLittle private institutions Ca closer Friday whilevirginias policy of massive resistance ajv roached another legal show down Gov Oryal E Faubus said that rulings by an Arkansas federal judge paved the way toward re sumption of classes in the high schools he closed in the face of a USf Supreme Court integration qrder The Governor referred to Judge John E Millers refusal to pass on the legality of an Arkansas plan to lease the school buildings as private segregated schools Miller said it was a matter fora threejudge federal court to re solve THE JUDGE also dismissed a petition by the National Assn for the Advancement of Colored Peo pleasking him to enjoin the School Board from leasing the schools Faubus said the action paves the way for the School Board to lease the schools and if announced intention to I Quemoy and Formosa NO ESTIMATE of strtngth been announced but it was learned that the force supplied by Gen O P Weylands Tactical Air Command in the FarEast is larger than that sent to the Middle East during the crisis there last month A key TAG officer and former director of operations at TAG headquarters here Brig Gen Avelin P Tacon is known to command the composite air strike force now bolstering the U S position in the Far East The Air Force will not comment on the exact composition of the tactical air power sent to the Pa cific but 3 normal tactical ajr strike force is composed of fight ers bombersand reconnaisance planes It is believed that the TAG RB86 bomber re and tactical forces to the Far East air strength include SF101 fighter re connaisance cdhriaisance bomber aircraft in addition tothe supersonic F100 and F104 fight ers THE LIGHTNINGQUICK re sponse made twice in less than five weeks to i the far cornersof the world by TAG strike forces is believed by some observers to be causing concern among US defense planners The planners are thought to be worrying that perhaps too much of the current defense expendi tures have gone to longrange strategic airpower and too little to the brushwar fighters of Tac tical Air Command Despite a continual publicity and dollar buildup of SAtC by Con gress and Defense Department the economyslashed TAG contin ues to be the for standing guard with atomic weapons against the of Vi olence in the powderkeg areas of the world v There is deep concern in the TAG headquarters here that al irmy leaders that they are Ithe people of Little Rock vote ready to hand over to any govj against integration Saturday thethough TAG has demonstrated its ernment which can guarantee the wellbeing and security of the implication be ing that the present govern ment is incapable of solving the ills of the country Mercury Again Dips Into 40s Cooler air which held tempera tures generally in the 60s over Iowa Thursday dropped the mer cury into the 40s in some places schools can be opened y A special referendum will be leld Saturday on the question of ntegrating the schools U S Atty Gen William P Rogers entered the case before Miller as a friend of the court and said that the private schoolplan was a sham and illegal Georgia Mississippi Lousiana and Virginia are among Southern states which have similar laws for operating schools on a pri vate segregated basis if faced with orders to integrate IN WASHINGTON President Fridav morning But the Weather Eisenhower said the closing of D schools m Arkansas and Virginia Bureau forecast another pleasant day for Friday with tempera tures in the 70s Spencer had the state low of 41 degrees Friday morning while Mason City had 43 Dubuques reading of 75 de grees was the top mark for the state Thursday Mason City had 68 The forecast made no mention of rain for Saturday but said the weather would he a little cooler AP PATH OF KELENE AP Phbtofax RESCUE ATTEMPT FAILS A man descends from a Royal Air Force helicopter in a vain attempt to save the pilot of this Scimitar jet which crashed into the tinto sides I Channel The flier was knocked unconscious jfloodec Tokyo Police already anci thewouldbe rescuer was unable to open the cock incjc have disastrous conse quences to their students and eventually to the nation He made the comment in a letter to J Albert Rolston chairman of a Va committee or public education Meanwhile the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals in Baltimore prepared to hold an emergency session Saturday to hear argu mcnls on whether Norfolk should be granted a years delay in en rolling 17 Negroes at junior and senior high schools If the court refuses the delay the schools are expected to be shut down under Virginias mas readiness in spite of a tightly shaved budget the recent cuts madein the commands strength will begin to show as TAG strike forces are spread thin because of new tension areas calling for their services IT IS OBVIOUS that budget cuts have necessitated TAG plan ning to operate on the theory that these strike forces would be moved into trouble areas as a show of strength and demonstra tion of ability to get there fast and then bewithdrawnSuch a plan would enableTACheadquar ters to keep close control and move these forces to meet all emergencies If brush fires continue to spread TAG capability around the globe they may become spread so thin that their ability to carry the first nuclear re sponse to any attack on the West primary become impossible some observ ers fear The commander of the TAG strike force in the Far East Gen Tacon is a veteran of tactical air warfare He was with the 18tfi FighterBomber Wing during the closing days of the Korean con flict During World War II he served inEurope with the8th Air Force PHIL CROSBY WEDS LAS VEGAS Nev UPDPhil SAME Ih ave reported 34 dead pit canopy before the plane sank BUH nr in sive resistance laws idling about 10000 pupils About700 citizens of Warren County Va voted overwhelminglip Crosby third member of the ly in favor of a private educajCrosby clan to claim a bride in tional corporation that would projLas Vegas in a year honey vide classrooms for the 1000 puimooned Friday wilha 20yearold piis enrolled at the Front RoyaijTropkana showgirl Young Cros igh School The school and Sandra Jo Crummond closed Sept 15 were wed Thursday   

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