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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 14, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowot Daily Newspaper Edited fax T H NIWSPAFER T H A T M A K I S A L L N 0 R T H I O W A N S N I I G H 10 R J HOME EDITION VOL97 ud Ujiited luteratttooil Full Wirei Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY OCTOBER 14 ThU Paper ContltU of 4 II To U nvei I Space Prize Entry by US By ROBERT C TOTti New York Herald Tribune News Service NEW YORK prize entry in the race to1 get a man in space the X15Rocket Plane will be rolled out of its hanger in California Wednesday for the first public shewing It looks like ho airplane the ajr has ever seen before With a long Cylindrical body and meat cleaver tails it will look and act like a missile with long fjnsIts habitat will bethe almost nothingness ofhear space100 to 200 miles above earth Its speed will approach miles per hour scientists look more forrinformation thaVfor records from theXIS Russia is supposed to beready to put a man in space perhaps before spring when the X15 makes its first powered flight SOME FAIRLY WEIRD ideas have been designed into the X15 to help it function in airless space The best features will be used in themanned buteratmos phere bomber the DynaSoar which is not in the development But they must be proven before used in the bomber pro gram which may cost billion Three XlSs are on order from North American Aviation Co for total cost of about according to reports rumors have beenheard that one of the future XlSs will be used to probe even deeper into space perhaps to enter a very shalloworbit around earth for a few jours Last week the Defense Depart ments top Ro Johnson said the plans to have aman two to three years bbserv noted that the easiest making good on that is by use of as much available hardware as IN THIS CONNECTION the most obvious suggestion is to mount an X15 atop a tremendous booster The firststage unit of either the Atlas or the Titan in tercontinental ballistic missiles tin Cos Titan for its greater so phistication Some observers thought it sigtone with one solemn interlude nificant that Mr Johnson should in the Presidents birthday plans make his announcement within a week of the X15 unveiling XV U to withstand the jolts and heats delegate to the UnitedStates of reentry yet not so heavy that it glides like back home Steel is used structure with almost none of the French Milita Leaders Bpw to DeGaulle Order IKE GREETED ON BIRTHDAY President Eisen under a spotlight The mammothcard was signed by hower addresses a birthday breakfast at Washington 650 wellwishers attendedfhe affairThdnSthe before a giant greeting card hung on a wairand bathed Presidents fiRth nonQnng tne Ike Notes His68fh WASHINGTON ffi President Eisenhower began his 68th birth day observance Tuesday with an appeal to RepublicanWorkers to unite in a fighting campaign to regain controlof Congress i Eisenhower ruddy and smiling told more than 500 GOP cam paign staff workers at a birthday administra tions record of accomplishment is such there should be ho doubt Republican candidates will win in election shouldnt our faces be the President asked with a big grin HE SAID if each of Hw work ersputs everything he has into the campaign to interest people who believe in sound logical government and who are opposed to radicalism we can win with out doubt V Put behind all memory of past quarrels between ourselves Ei senhower said If we dedicate juivj c UCLHUtt LC would be acceptable in this reourselves completely to the job spect with the nod going to Marand put our whole souls into it we can win There was a generally joyous The X15 is a hybrid creature designed to work in the gray re JJHUO inc juiic J upe JTJUi J5ll gion between the atmosphere and at St Matthews SHORTLY AFTER the GOP breakfast party he had arranged to attend a pontifical Requiem Mass for the late Pope Pius sPace It must function aerody TC1111UWC1 an mviiailou namically and also work outside extended by the Most Rev Am nuu DIOU extenaea oy tne iViost Kev Am VHCGU auuui IDU ieei the air It must be strong enough eleto Giovanni Ctcognahi papel away the scene of the acci to withstand the iolts and hnnts tn dent and walkpH hapltvhora ho The Presidents birthday ob u uij uiuajr uu rock when it heads servance probably will be cli maxedby dinner at the throughout Us white House Tuesday night lost none of the Eisenhower himself will take to conventional aircraft metal alumlne campaign trail Friday on a mum The skin of the X15 is sixday tour into the Midwest Presidents 68th birthday Mynah Birds Language UPPER CRUST NEIGHBORS LONDON W This upper crust folk of Esher Park Avenue are demanding a legal muzzle for the Cockney cage bird that wolf whistles girls and sings like adrunken sailor Thefaird is an Indian mynah one of the more articulate mem bers of the starling family It lives in a superheated aviary at one of the biggest houses on the respectable treelined avenue Its raucous repertoirerendered largely in Cockney accents picked up from a friendly garbage man sends outraged shud ders through the sedate suburban neighborhood Wolf whistling seems to bore the mynah fairly quickly But thenjt launches into the song AII the Nice Girls Love a Sailor in a voice like that of a matelot lurching from the grog shop When this palls the bird can give a passable imitation of suddenly screeching car brakes throwing scares into many a passerby The mynahs owner John Luttmer has been summoned to court accused of keeping a pet that causes a serious Luttmore a 49yearold potato import his pet is pretty and amusing mijntins that Plan Further Inquiry Into lowans Death CLINTON coroners jury here Monday night recom mended that a grand jury inves tigate further the deathof Ollie Mae Green 24 Clinton who died here Sunday following a car ac cident The car was driven by her hus band William 20 and smacked into a fire hydrant Sunday morn ing Authorities said Green had been drinking EIGHT WITNESSES w r t v ub o LLicu1 di senhower accepted an invitation called and testimony brought out TTife Weather Mason City Partly cl o u d y through Wednesday Slightly cooler Tuesday night low 4852 Highs Wednesday owa Fair continued warm Tuesday high 75 northeast to 85 southwest Partly cloudy slightly coolerextreme north fair continued warm centra and south Tuesday night and Wednesday Low Tuesday night 50 north to 60 south High Wednesday 72 north to 82 south Minnesota Continued fair slight ly cooler High Wednesday near 75 GlobeGazette weather data up 0 8 am Tuesday that Green sped about 160 feet me Midwest made of various heatreststant and to the Pacific Coast includ alloys including nickel titanium jng Iowa stainless steel ALONG MUCH of the 50foot long body are two triangular bulges at each side These are to increase stability and structural strength Out of these bulges come the thin wings and the rear stabilizers Most novel feature of the craft are the vertical stabilizers one on top and one on bottom The lower one is jettisoned for land ing The back end of these and to a lesser extent of the horizon tal stabilizers and wings are blunt In conventional aircraft these surfaces are finely tapered to reduce air drag But theres no air dragabove the atmosphere The unusual configuration adds strength to the members The wings and stabilizers will control the plane in the air In space little reaction jets will shoot gas out of the wings and nose for control THE JETS are on the top sur face of the wings and at the top bottom and sides of the nose If 4 Jthe plane is pointing loo steeply toward earth the pilot shoots a jet out of the bottom jet in the nose this pushes the nose up If the plane jeers to the right he uses the jet on the right side of the nose to straighten the path The wing jets are to control any rolling of the plpne dent and walked back where he called to his wife Come on get up When she failed to respond he apparently thought she was dead and dragged her body more than 130 feet into a yard behind some bushes AUTHORITIES were s u m moned by nearby residents and Green apprehended after a short chase Mrs Green died in a hos pital about 45 minutes later Clinton County Coroner L O Riggert testified that Mrs Green died of a skull fracture and other injuries He said she appeared to have been run over by the car after being thrown from the vehicle into the gutter Green sat stoically through the inquest and was not asked to tes tify Auto Turns Over Ottumwa Man Dies ELDON UPI Arnold Car ruthers 43 Otlumwa was killed Tuesday when the car in which Nixon to Speak at Fort Dodge Rally nr CIJTT TTT tuc jxeus suuw a smcen WASHINGTON UPI Vice desire to maintain their selfpro President Richard M Nixon wiU claimed cease fire peakat Fort Dodge Iowa Oct Warm Weather in Continues The mild autumn weather which has prevailed over Iowa the last couple of days is due to continue another two days the Weather Bureau said Tuesday Temperatures are continuing to average 10 to 15 degrees above normal Mondays high was 84 at Spencer while Mason City had 80 Iowa Woman Struck by Truck Killed CEDAR RAPIDS Penrod 67 Cedar Rapids was riding missed a turn and killed instantly Monday when over in a ditch here Wa was struck by a dump truck as County Coroner Gordon she was crossing a street Traul said Carruthers stranglec after he was caught under thi car Sheriff Cliff Riley said charge of failure to have his car unde control were filed against Ov driver of the car David Giles 24 Ottumwa who was not injured HEADS GROUP DES MOJNES W R Fricdl Waterloo cafe operator Monday was named president o Uhe Iowa Restaurant Assn SAM r Maximum Minimum At 8 am 80 54 60 30 as part of his political cam pargn swing Republican source disclosed Tuesday An official an nouncement was expected later Nixon was in Chicago Tuesday and planned to fly to San Fran cisco for a speech there Tuesday night WontTrim Strength on Quemoy TAIPEI Formosa ft Vice President Chen Cheng said Tues day the Nationalists will not re duce the strength of their garri sons on theoffshore islands Chen told the newspaper Ta Hua Great China Evening News the Communist buildup in areas facing the islands was for pur poses of offense For this reason he Nationalist garrison couldnot be cut CHENS STATEMENT came amid reports from Washington that theUnited Stateswould press Nationalist President Chiang Kai shek to reduce the Quemoy and Matsu island garrisons US Defense Secretary Neil H McElroy inspected US military bases on Formosa in a possible prelude to withdrawal of some American units rushed here i a the height of the Quemoy crisis MCELROY CONFERRED with Generalissimo Chiang Kaishek Monday and with Defense Minis ter Yit Tawei Tuesday in the Pescaaores islands major Nation alist staging area for sending supplies to Quemoy The McElroyChiang talks c6in cided with talks in Washingtonbe t w e e n Nationalist Ambassador George Yen and Secretary o State John Foster Dulles Wash ington dispatches said Dulles has given a goslow signal on making any more concessions to the Chi nese Communists but still wai hoping to find a more flexible approach to the Formosa situ ation if the Reds show a sincere Step Out of Politics in Algeria ALGIERS French army officers Tuesday reluctantly and bitterly obeyed Premier Charles de Gaulles orders to get out of politics in Algeria The orders came down through he Algerian commander Gen RaoulSalan who was himself the op figure in the rightwing army oup of May 13 in Algeria Ledby tough paratroop Maj Gen Jacques Massu the 11 offi cers sitting on the Algerian Com mittee of Public Safety out Tuesday morning after ex plaining De Gaulles orders to he civilian members DE GAULLES ORDERS ipread consternation among the committee which has held wide powers because of army partici pation The Premiers order was lesigned to insure impartial par liamentary elections in Algeria without army interference The civilians headed by Mos lem Azam Ouali went nto a closed session after returned to Germany Tuesdaj from emergency duty in Lebanon They were the first group of sol diers to leave Lebanon by ship withdrawal Shouts and armj table could be heard outside VItus not tee days France cussions of De tarian acts A highly placed army officer complained It is time De Gaulle started paying attention to the army We cant be treated like little boys We will not al ways stand mute if De Gaulle wants toplay hide and seekwith the army Another officer said De Gaulles order was only obeyed because it was relayed to us by Gen Salan ARMY OFFICERS have worked in the committee with European settlers who dominate political life here with their to Algerian independence Thecom mittee and small local ones rose to effective control in the May 13 uprising which re sulted in De Gaulles return to power He has ignored them sinceletting them wither on the vine The big Central Committee for Algeria and the Sahara held a special meeting to study the Pre miers order and to set the stage for a dramatic walkout of its military members They left 15 minutes after it started The Premiers order appeared aimed at thwarting hopes oJ European extremists of enlisting REACH GERMANY thousand US Army troops in the campaigningfor the elections next month The ex tremists were believed planning to put up pliable Moslems as can didates AP Photofai FOCAL ADJUSTMENT French Premier Charles de Gaulle puts on his spectacles as he t enters t his car in Paris He had just presided over a cabinet meeting at Elysee Palace during which he ordered the army to leave hands off of the Algerian political situation Bombing of Temple Planned m May Suspect Confesses ATLANTA W man who said he mightbe killed for speak ing has signed a statement that the dynamiting of the Jewish temple was planned last May at a meetingof an antiSemitic organ ization in east Atlanta Police said the informant dictated the statement inthe pres ence of three officers late Monday night but asked that his name be withheld because his home might be bombed if the underground group learned what he had done Sgt M Blackwell quoted the man as saying he attended the meeting at which plans were made for the bombing but that objected to the use of dyna f f s mite and was not invited to at Hampton Boy 76 Dies in Truck Crash HAMPTON ie Larry Koethen beutel 16 sonof Mr and Mrs Kenneth Koethenbeutel was killed Monday night when a truck he was driving overturned on a county road about two miles northwest of here Three boys unidentified riding in the back of the pickup truck were not injured According to Sheriff Lee Lem ke the boys were driving to the Koethenbeutel farm when Larry lost control Funeral arrangements are in complete at the Greenfield Fu neral Home Hampton Jewish Temple at Peoria Damaged PEORIA III crude bomb hurled at the annex of a Jewish temple Tuesday fell into an out side stairwell exploded and shat tered several windows in the threestory structure Damage to the rear annex of the Anshai Emeth Temple was termed very by Rabbi Joseph Ginsberg who serves the 700mcmbcr congregation No one time tend later sessions Blackwell said that the state ment has been confirmed inso far as that there was a meeting held in May He declined to elab orate or comment on the signifi cance of the confirmation THEPOLICE had said earlier that the man signing the state ment gave the names of a half dozen others at the May rneeti ing Blackwell added that an ef fort is being made to round up these some of them now out of the state Their arrest the investigators indicated could break case wide open and break up a South wide ring of antiJewish agitators and terrorists Between 40 and 50 sticks of dynamite were set oE Sunday against a wall of the temple Damage was estimated at 000 THE INFORMANT said that one member of the group who had worked as an architect drew plans of the temple showing ex actly where the explosive was to be placed He said the dynamite was to have beenobtained from Harlan Ky and set off bya man brought from BirminghamAla Police said the mans statement might prove to be the first real break in the investigation of bombings of Jewish structures in the South FBI agents joined with sbun a mere were no Afianta authorities and with police Jrom neighboring states in probing every angle of the slate meat miu jv me TWffw i jwv I DOOD It Timothy Arbanas 7 AP Detroit received his first driv into parking the car in the garage Tim ing flunkedHis uncle also pressed too hard on the accelerator failed in the role of teacher The boy missed the brake with with re badgered the uncle Richard Arbanas 27 suits shown above Webster City Man Perishes in Crash WEBSTER CITY An derson of near Webster City was HOLLYWOOD jR A fourth killed instantly Monday night child was born Monday to singer when his car went out of control Rosemary Clooneywile of actor oh a rural road just off Ferrer Monsita Teresa ar Highwny 60 about six miles southjrived at St Johns Hospital weigh of Webster City Ung 6 pounds 4 ounces V t   

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