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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 23, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited tot c HOME EDITION THE NEWSPAPER T H AT MAKIS A L L N OK T H I O W A N S N I I ftH I 0 R VOL 9J GREATER MASON CITY DAYS Associated Md Uattcd laterutioMl run IXIM 7c Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY OCTOBER tt Consist ot Few OM II Balloon Try Fails Malfunction by Rocket CANAVERAL Fla Americas first balloon satellite apparently was lost in the vast ness of space Thursday and no one knew just why The Army launched a JupiterC rocket Wednesday night contain ing the collapsed 12foot sphere and tracked it by radio for aboui six minutes Then the signals went dead Early Thursday militaryand civilian scientists in charge ac knowledged that it is practically certainthe was nol successful and an orbit was achieved V DR JACK FROEHLICH head of the launching teamof scien tists said his team had been un able to determine precisely what went wrong but there had been some difficulties with the upper stages of the rocket Froehlich satellite ve hicle was tracked by radio for seven or eight minutes after the launching last night He said this should have taken it past the time that the second stage would have ignited if the rocket performed properly Our tracking data shows that the Redstoriefirst stage went to the right position at the right time and the right velocity The propulsion and booster system and guidance were functioning Something directly related to the high speed upper stages of the rocket went wrong There was no indication that any of the three high speed stages fired D D WYATT top representa tive of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration saic the attempt to launch a large col lapsiblesphere was so important that it probably would be re peated Wyatt said that such a provide an accur acy of measurement of the upper atmosphere density far exceed ing what we now get It was a disheartening end to an ambitious project for hurling into an 18000mph orbit arounc the earth a nitrogen inflated ob ject which would be visible to the unaided human eye at dis to 1500miles Scientists had hoped to gain ex perience to with an evei iriore spectacular undertaking 100foot balloon satellite off whic radio television and radar sig nals could be bounced Living Costs Again v Fail to Show Rise Upsurge Believed Checked THAT MIGHT next year It looked like AP Photo fax TENSE RESCUE Normal activity in Magnolia Ark a town of 7000 comes to 100 workers who supplied the boy oxygen a halt as volunteers sought to rescue while digging a rescue shaft parallel to Johnny Carmichal 2 who fell into a 24 inch hole 11 feet deep It took more than the hole worked three hours to rescue him T A I P E I Formosa dent Chiang Kaishek ended his alks with Secretary of State Pul es Thursday byr denouncing force as the main method of recovering the Communistruled mainland was BE a perfect shot Wednesday night The launching rocket 69 feet tall thundered aloft from this missile test center at pm It climbed straight upward a firebrand in the sky for 75 seconds then angled over to the southeast exactly as had been planned For another minute it was a bright moving star against a backdrop of moonlight and starry sky and then it winked out about minutes after blastoff again apparently exactly accord ing to schedule The first stage of the JupilerC was a modified Redstone rocket After burnout some 60 miles ity that Chiang valVo hadtagreed to consider cutting his offshore island if vthe Communists silence their guns This was no contained in communique ending three days ol talks with bullesj Chiang said in the communique it is still the sacred mission ol the Nationalists to return to the mainland But he added The foundation of this mission resides in the minds and hearts of the Chinese people THE PRINCIPAL means o successfully achieving that mis sion is through nationalism dem ocracy arid social wellbeing and not the use of force the communique said However the Nationalist re nunciation of force wasinter preted in Taipei as not applying in case the mainland is shaker up by a major revolt agains Communist rule Nationals leaders have continually insistec that a revolt wdujd come anc have stepped up such prediction since Red China recently began to force peasants out of privat home life and into communal liv PROGRESS OKLAHOMA CITY above the earth the spent Red stone was to have coasted upward with the three upper stages and the satellite payload in the nose for four minutes to an altitude of 200 miles and then was to have fallen away as the upperstage firings began Wont Tolerate Attacks Against Red China Dulles WASHINGTON Wl Secretary of State Dulles has said the United States is not going to at tack or tolerate attacks agains the Chinese Communists He pledged however this gov ernment will stand firm to re sist any attack by the Chines Reds lest it breach Western de fense lines and lose the western Pacific to the free world Dulles made these remarks in a filmed television interview witia the BritishIndependent Television Network The Slate Department made public his answers recorded sixilo S am Thursday ng WASHINGTON costs remained unchanged be tween August and September the government said Thursday It also reported that earnings of the average factory worker hit new record highs last month The Labor Departments con sumer price index remained at 1237 per cent of average 194759 prices in September It was the month in a row in which the index failed to rise after a steady twoyear climb Ewan Clague labor statistics commissioner predicted the in dex would stabilize over the next six months and would notresume its rapid upward movement THE DEPARTMENT reported that the average factory worker with tHree dependents received a record a week in pay after deductions for federal taxes Buying power of these wages Clague said rose 1 per cent be cause of the stability in prices across the nation About 900000 railroad workers will receive a 1cent hourly pay because of the rise in T the index over vthe past six months Another 450000 electri The award was the most drai alt and aircraft Literary Prize to Russian STOCKHOLM LB Boris Pas ternak the Russian poet and au thor of theantiCommunist novel Doctor Zhivago Thursday was awarded the 1958 Nobel Prize in AP Photofax SPEAKIN IN THE WitK New sidewalk gathering in HarlemTfumaiT York Gov Averell Harrirhan Helping sup has been theleadingDemocratic poirt the microphone former President man during the preelection campaign Harry Truman speaks in the rain to a ing ALIVE Carmi chal is embraced by his father moments after the tot was pulled alive and safe from the Kole The boy was lodged in the hole in an agonizing way one leg pinned above his head he emerged with no brok en bones Erbe Fire From Democrats DES MOINES Atty Gen Norman Erbe under fire from Democratic sources said Thursday he made a procedural DULLES LEFT by KC135 je error which led to the dismissal maticin The 68yearold author still Jives just outside Mos cowThe Soviet government has publication in Rus sia of his monumenfarnovel about what communism has done to freedom and tried to prevent its publication abroad T THE AWARD worth was certain to be interpreted by many as a slap in the face for the Soviet government There was speculation that the Soviet author ities would not allow Pasternak to receive the prize Known as the greatest living poet writingin the Russian lan guage Paster nak despaired of publishing cre ative writing of his own under Stalin and for years devoted himself to trans lations of such foreign classics as Goethe and Shakespeare Doctor Zhiv u po n anker for Washington after he and Chiang drew up the commu nique in their fifth meeting since Tuesday The communique said the re newed Communist bombardment of the Quemoy group and the Red propaganda campaign to di vide the United States and Na ionalist China had instead drawn the two allies closer together Meanwhile t h e Communist bombardment of the Quemoys continued with 8965 shells inthe 24 hours ending at 6 am Thurs day the Nationalist Defense Min istry said Green PASTERNAK an income tax evasion case against a Marion attorney Erbe a Republican has been criticized both by Gov Herschel Loveless and Leon Miller Iowa Tax Commission chairman for allegedly halting the commis sions campaign against t ax dodgers LOVELESS and Miller both are Democrats The Governor questioned why the case against Nielsen a part time attorney was dropped He said Erbes decision last April to which he had been working quiet ly for 10 completed in 1956 during the deStalinization period of comparative freedom for writers But to make certain it was published he sent it abroac by a friend THE MONUMENTAL nove first appeared in Italy in Italian last year andwas published in the United Stales last month The 700page bookhas for it j hero Yuri Andreyevich Zhivago a wealthy doctor and writer wh tells through literary bits he lef behind of the tragedy of Russi in this century It obviously expresses Paster hold up further income lax prosenAVrPa H R I cution until retain wai nn Jnaks reaction to the Russian Rev cution until certain legal critics have hailed tions were settled brought the Iowa Tax Commissions enforce halt Ithink Erbe has laid down on the job Miller said A prose cutor cantsit around and wait for a court decision ERBE REPLIED that he was convinced that since two dis trict courts in Iowa have already dismissed income tax cases states present tax laws were of doubtful validity Sfnce there was doubt about the here are being repainted gray City officials said Thursday this should stop citizens from mistak ing them for mail boxes The Weather Mason City Mostly cloudy cool Thursday night low Part ly cloudy some warmer Fri day high 5965 Clearing and niiid the laws Erbe day Low Friday night in lowans should not be 40s and harrassed Minnesota Scattered little temperature change High Friday near 60 not showers JCommiSEon prosecutions it sweeping breadth and placed n the tradition of Tolstoys Wa and Peace apand aircraft workerssfwhose ages r uarterly will notreceive boost because there was b index change from August to September THE DEPARTMENT actory workers buying power as increased 5 per cent since tie low point of the recession last pril This reflected a longer work week higher hourly earn ings and relatively stable price evels the department said The earnings after taxes were ibput 65 cents a vyeek higher than a August and about higher ban in September a year ago Sharp reductions in food prices and Iqwer costs for personal care arid recreation offset h i g h e r pricies for fall clothing medical care and transportation f COD PJR ICES dropped 3 of 1 per cent asthe result of declining price tags for fresh fruits and vegetables pork poultry and cof ee Coffee prices dropped 32 per cent to the lowest point since July 1950 Higher rates for group hospital zation higher doctor and dentist fees and some higher costs for drugs advanced medi cal care prices by 8 of 1 per cent Clague said a slight upturn in iying costs is likely for October partly on the strength of higher new car prices But he added that you are getting pretty good stability now No 2 ft i of GOP fib BT THE ASSOCIATED PRESS President Eisenhower returned to Washington from the cam paign circuit Thursday reporting that I didnt run into any pessi mism or The chief executive stepped from the presidential planeCol umbine II into a welcoming crowd of White House arid gov ernment officials andGOP politi cal leaders They pressed around him with outstretched hands waving hats and assurances that he had been Warmer Weather in Iowa Forecast Warmer weather crept back into Iowa Thursday and indica tions were that it would remain through Saturday A little light rain fell at Mason City and some Northern Iowa points Thursday morning but else where skies were clear Council Bluffs had the state high of 65 Wednesday Other top readings ranged dpwn to 57 at Du buque The mercury dipped to 38 at Mason City Wednesday nigh for the state low Dubuque and CouncilBluffs had 39 and other lows ranged up to 47 at Sioux City STOCKDALE DIES ESTHERVILLE Services were being arranged Thursday ernfic on his sixday 5300mile wing across the country The flight was from Chicago where Eisenhower made a na ionally broadcast speech Wed nesday night In that address he punched at the Democrats again as radicals i EISENHOWERS remarks about the absence of pessimism or apathy were tossed off as he stood chatting with Republican National Chairman Meade Al corn and Mrs Clare Williams new assistant national chairman We are proud of you Mrs Williams told the chief execii ive In the same hardhitting cam paign style he first unveiled in Jalifornia Eisenhower told some 4500 cheering party workers in 3hicago that his administration lias licked the recession without a federal wheel chair in spite of what he termed radical de mands from congressional Demo SAME U S Atom Test Series Expanded After Big Day ATOMIC TEST SITE Nev US Atomic Energy Commission apparently keeping a close count of the current Rus sian atomic test shots has again expanded its nuclear test series The series 13th shot was sched uled for Thursday to be followec r T i i i i luiea tor inursaay 10 oe luuowea for J E Slockdale 78 widely by the 14th shot Friday There known elevator operator grain Were indications that as many as dealer and former mayor of Es18 nucear devices would be desurrendered to the Communists crats for huge spendingpro rams Eisenhowers repeated use tof he1 word radical during his ourbrought heated criticism rom Stevenson Democratic presidential opponent n 1952 and 1956 THE OLD NIXON has joined by the new a new speech a desperate intolerable demagoguery type of campaign v Stevenson told a meeting of Democratic precinct chiefs inChicago Joining Eisenhower in praise of administration economic policies Vice President Nixon told New England audiences that radical Democrats will go to Congress if GOP Senate and House candidates are defeated in the North vand West N In New York former President Harry S Truman said that if there is any party split it is among the Republicans and not theDemocrats He said there is a division between Eisenhower Republicans and oldline econom ic royalistsThere is not much difference between them THE PRESIDENT would do well to heal the sores in his own party and let the Democrats take care of their own troubles he added Reporters asked Truman for his comment on another statement by Eisenhower Wednesdaynight referring to the end of the Korean War under the Republican admin istration Truman reiterated his contention that Eisenhower had therville who suffered a fatal heart attack Wednesday QUICK DECISION POSSIBLE Election Set for New Pope PERMISSION GRANTED VATICAN CITY World may know Sunday trie of the new Pope of the Roman Catholic Church Cardinals of the church now gathered here from all parts of the world will enter into se cret conclave Saturday after noon to elect the successor to GIoheGnrettc weather dala up NSW Y 0 Pope Pius Xl hey expected io cast days ago DsiSps himself was ing hack from tormosa aficrj talks with President Chiang Kait shek i Minimum At 8 am Precipitation isinn to operate jet aircraft out of their first ballot Sunday rmrn 58 jldlewild Airport was granted j ing and elecHon of the 262nd 35 jihursday to American Airlines Pope and sovereign ofthis tiny jthe third airline to receive suchj state could be quick traceiciearnnce Tht cardinals will twice in the morning If no candidate receives the required two thirds plus one two more ballots will be taken in the afternoon When the pontiff has been elected a white smoke signal produced by burning ballots will rUfi from a window of the Ststine Chapel There are now 51 of the 54 cardinals of the Sacred College here or in Italy and 46 met to continue preparations for conclave Fiftytwo cardinals are ex to be Tht iait one who announced that he would come for the conclave is Thom as Cardinal Tien an exile from tonated before a proposed dead line on nuclear testing Oct 31 ThevAEC which originally said the series would include only 10 shots Wednesday held three tests within the unprecedented short span of 10 hours and 10 minutes The shots were all exploded whilesuspended from balloons The AEC last week announced the current series had been in creased to include 13 shots and in effect to halt the conflict Thats what caused all his troubles in the Near East and the Far East too Truman said They are now paying the fid dler1 Charges ReElection Only Goal of Loveless CLINTON w Herschel then shortly after WednesdaysJLoveless is interested in only one third word that Russia Ithing says his Republican op Red China who was injured in jhad held its 12th shot in its curiponent and that is in getting re an automobile accident in West rent AECagain indielected 1 Germany The 68 year old jcated the series would be ex Chinese is expected to arrive j paneled later this week 235 ARRESTS MOtNES UPI Pilots are Two cardinals who wont be at the conclave a sick man and Josef Card Dr William G Murray the GOP nominee for governor told a Republican meeting Wednesday night that Lovelesshas notdenv ionstrated in one single instance n Iowa Highway Patrol observaj his interest in any positive jrs for improper pKSsiSig srd slopirig for the progress or DES inal Mindswnty of Hungary in Uign violations during ihe paslJMurray said thetGovcrnor has asylum in the U 5 Legation in 43 days it was reported Thursjbeen trying vainly to explsiri Budapest iday iwhy Iowa has not   

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