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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 29, 1958, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited fax VOLW Pnw MUd 4 I 1 C KV xV A K I S A L L N 0 T H I O W A H S N I I G H 0 R S MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 5 Atorfiie Tests in v Planned FROM WimE KEKVJCEI ATOMIC TEST SiTE Nuclear sent rumbling echoes across the desert Wednes day as US scientists punched buttons in a race to fire five shots in one day and beat a pro posed test ban deadline Humboldt the days second shot flared brightly as it was detonated am CST atop a 50foot aluminum tower in Yucca Flat The tower disinte grated and a plume of dost swirled into the sky in its famil iar mushroom formation Cloudtracking aircraft darted into the area after each shot to AP Photofai LANDMARK BURNS Flames sweep through the fivestory Moorland Hotel a 130room ocean front landmarkafGloubester Mass Loss was estimated in the hundreds of thousands of dollars It being a sum mer resort no one was in the building at the time Pasternak Turns Down check radiation effects Ground crews scurried to begin evalua tion of the blast 1A few Hours earlier was triggered atop a 50foot steel tower with a force of less than 1000 tons ofTNT after a brief technical delay MAZAMA triggered at was visible in the dark sky only insouthern Nevada Motor ists hau been cautioned not to be startled by the shots sadden lightOv i of five atomic de vices within one day would mark in this countrys 13 year history of atomic testing it would bCthe first time that number of shots was held on a single day The previous high was three shots held during the current series WEDNESDAYS program called for the detonation of two devices as theydangled from balloons tethered to the desert floor two tower shots and a gigantic un derground shot which was re ported would be the largest un derground shot ever held in this country after off the two morning shots the scientists were wind conditions and difficulties that forced themto revise Iheir time table for the next three fullscale detonations The new target times were 7 for the third shot 10 p m for the massive underground test and at least 10 pm for the final detonation of the day TWO SAFETY nuclear tests also were to be tested during the dayby weary AEC scientists who have been working nearly around the clock to complete the series or State John Foster Dulles has announced Stales would honor the U S pro posed deadline for tests by Rus sia r Britain and thev United States Russiajnformed the two ANYONE WANT TO START WAR Together tor the first time in many years is this awesome array kail of Fame dinner at the Astor Hotel Lef Bright are Generals Lucius Clay Omar Bradley Dwight Eisen of top brass from World War II days They were in hower he went to the White House youll and New York for the National Football Foundation and Douglas MacArthur Little Hope for ATest Ban Seen WASHINGTON ials saw little S offici hope Wednes STOCKHOLM Sweden Soviet Author Boris Pasternak Wednesday refused to accept the Nobel Prize for Literature He referred society I livfe in Pasternak sent a cable to Dr Anders Oesterling permanent secretary of the Royal Swedish Academy which awards the liter ary Nobel prizes Because of the meaning attributed to this award in the society I live in I ought to say no thanks to the undeserved prize awarded Pasternak said Do not r r j take mjr voluntary refusal with Score of Bands to at Fort Dodge FORT DODGE than a high schoolbarids will take up places along the parade route for the visit of Vice Presi dent Richard Nixon when he makes his Iowa campaign ap pearance here Thursday Nixon will arrive by plane al am from Chicago and wil be extended an official greeting at the airport At noon a motorcade will move along Central AvenueTwentysix high school bands have signed up for positions along the route Famed Bandmaster Karl King eachband in its turn as the motorcade moves by Nixon will arrive at Gil Square at pm He wil apeak for 15 minutes insuppor of Robert Waggoner Republican candidate for Congress in Iowa District An official reception will be held in the ballroom of the Wah konsa Hotel at pm ant Nixons plane will leave at pm Aged Bluffs Man Victim of Fire COUNCIL BLUFFS UPI Homer H Woods 74 died Tues day night when he apparentl dropped a cigarette setting fir to the chair in which he was si ting His wife Anna and daughter Bettie Petry discover od the fire about pm whe they returned from the daugh ters home next door ny ill will Oestering received a cable rom Pasternak Saturday ex ressing his gratitude at the No el award Thatcable read Immensely lankful touched proud aston abashed Wednesdays cable indicated lat in the meantime something ad happened to Pasternak to hange hismind The author of he novel Doctor which is critical of communism has been under rigorous attack n the Soviet press PASTERNAK was named for he award last week The Soviet press assertedthe selection was an antiSoviet political maneu ver ers it had declined the offer fo halt nuclear and would continue with its program Tensions on Quemoy Ease TAIPEI Fosmbsa WJ Chi nese Communist artillery lightly shelled Quemoy again Wednes day but there was a noticeable easing of tension over the offshore island crisis Wednesday was an oddnum bered day meaning unlimited shelling under the Reds strange announced new tactic They said they would not fire on evennum bered days into Quemoys land ing areas and invited the Nation alists to shipin supplies then There were these signs of a slack in tension 1 U S Navy destroyers of the Formosa Strait patrol have stop ped movements inside the 12 miles of coastal waters claimed byRed China it was learned For the past two days Peiping has is day for any early agreement be tween the Soviet Union and the Western powers for a start on disarmament in the nuclear age They blame the darkening pros pect on evidences that the Soviet Union is following a generally tougher line in its relations with the West Secretary of State Dulles says this may be due in some degiee to a possible realization among Soviet leaders that despite re markable scientific achievements the Soviet Union is behind the United States in the nuclear weapons race in important re spects TWO NEGOTIATIONS are im minent i On Friday the States Britain and the will open diplomaticvtalks at Geneva on a possible i barf on nuclear weapons testing to be backed up by a worldwide international in spection system to prevent viola tions Ten days later panels of Com munist state and Western experts will start discussions on the tech nical problems involved in pre venting surprise attack such Mason City Continuedfair Iow Wednesday night 28 32 high Thursday 5962 fair with not much change in temperature through Thursday Low Wed nesday night 28 34 Iowa Temperatures will average 5 t8 10 degrees above normal Wednesday night through next Monday Normal highs in lower 50s Normal lows in lower 30s A warming trend is expected Fridayand Satur The Weather 13 Miners Lose Lives in Virginia day with temperatures remain ing mild thereafter No precipi tationof consequence is antici pated Minnesota Mostly fair warmer High Thursday 60 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum Minimum At 8 a m YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 61 24 34 55 31 AUTO VAULTS DITCH Wisconsin Woman Killed in New Hampton Accident NEW auto mobile crash two miles north of assumed that Mrs Benson was on her way to visit her brother New Hampton early Wednesday Eugene Enderlein and her resulted in the death of Mrs mother Enderlein in O vi incomplete taken JL X j f rf SUMMERSVILLE W Va miners including two top supervisory Employes lost theirlives Tuesday in asecond straight coal mining disaster Four others escapedafterbeing trapped underground Only the day before 22 men were killed in an explosion at the Bishop Va mine of the Pocahon tas Fuel Co on the VirginiaWest Virginia border TUESDAYS BLASTcentered a mile and a half deep in the Bur pn mine of the OglebayNortdn Co a Clevelandbased mining marketing ore and shipping con cern Between here and Richwood FiftjTfour men were at work un derground but 37 were working Appeal Coronation Set Tuesday VATICAN CITY A John XXIII broadcast an appeal to all rulers of the world Wednes day to work for peace His was in the of his prede cessor Pope Pius XII it The new sovereign pontiff the Roman Catholic Church broadcasting from the Sistine Chapel less than 20hours after his election urged that weapons of destruction be converted into tools of i progress His swordsintopIowsHares ap peal was taken asV firm sign that he intends to continue tne fight tor peace PmsxXII known as the of Peacel POPE Cardinal Roncalli Venice untilrhis HelectionTues day by the College of prayed Godfor strength awl courage inhis new tasks The beJTT in three Popje spoke jia Latia JLor 20minutes firm and the address the homage cardinals gathered in the chapel He a sketL fon those m countries where there is nore hgious an indirect reference toCommumsfruled na tions and for tall whV Addressing himself toj those who hold in their handsthe fate of nations the cord Why dissensions d not settled Why directed creating harmful in strurnVnls11 ofVar instead of progress Thomas L t tn a fi akCLJ clr Cmckasaw County i iic i n i evident care of by the Panrott and ly missed a curve on Highway Wood Funeral Home Waterloo 63 jumped 58 feet across a t ditch rolled another 80 feet and survived by her husband her mother Mrs Luella Enderlein and a brother Eugene Enderlein bbth of Wa terloo came to rest in a field Mrs Benson was killed in stantly Sheriff Galea Folkers said he out the middle of November Pravda the official Communist party paper heaped abuse on Pasternak and Doctor Zhivago t said he should reject the 420 cash prize if there were a spark of Soviet dignity left in him The Nobel Prize Committee presented the Russians with a dilemma It awarded the Prize n Physics Tuesday to three top ranking Soviet A Cherenkov I M Frank and Igor E Tamm The question was Would the Soviets let the scien tists accept the physics award and at the same timekeep Pas ternak home THE ANSWER appeared in the Soviet press in Moscow Wednes day The Russians were setting up a double standard on the No bel prizes It said the physics award was fitting but at the same time it said it proved that the award for literature was dictated by re actionary political aims Doctor Zhivago has never been published in the Soviet sued none of warn ings that its 12mile limit was being violated 2 The chief Nationalist military spokesman Rear Adm Liu Hoh tu said the Communist shelling now was viewed as a nuisance bombardment to save face be cause the Communists have known since the second week of their offensive in September that their chance to invade Que moy was gone Bulletin SPRINGHILL Nova Scotia UPI Twelve miners were found alive Wednesday nearly six days after they were trapped in a coal mine Fifty seven others had been unac counted for and presumed dead but now a mine official said more of them may be alive Union but it read abroad is being widely COMPLETE AIRLIFT AMMAN Jordan Air Fores completed the airlift evacuation of British troops from Jordan The sea withdrawal was expected to be completed in another two TAXPAYING EASY w V if Mayor Hedley Bray is making il easy for the tax money to roll in He ordered Wednesdiiy a drivein window installed in the things as groundand aerial in spection systems whichwould be capable ofdiscovering concentra tions of troops and weapons in advance of a massive assault PRESIDENT Eisenhower had proposed last summer that be ginning with the opening ofthe Geneva nuclear test talks the worlds atomic Unit ed States Britain and the Soviet should suspend tests for a year beginningOct 31 If prog ress on inspection installations was made during that year the suspension would be renewed In New York a Soviet spokes mantold the United Nations that his government would not agree to the oneyear test suspension The proposal was attacked again Tuesday with the Soviet Union renewing a call for immediate unconditional agreement to end testing Dulles told a news conference Tuesday that if the Soviets tinue testing after Friday the United States will make plans to resume experimental explosions although the Geneva negotiations will continue Eisenhower to Make Final Election Talk WASHINGTON W President Eisenhower back from a three state campaign tour will close his drive for election of a Re publican Congress with a nation wide television radio address from Baltimore Friday night President returned to the capital by plane Wednesday after a day and half of tubthumping for votes in West Virginia Penn sylvania and New York The Baltimore address will climax what generally is regarded as the hardest hitting campaign of Eis enhowers political career Road Grader Turns Over bwan Killed WINTERSKF UP Wayne lar 42Dcs Moines was fatally More Korean Bonus il Checks to Be Mailed DES MOINES Another 2 000 Korean War bonus checks will be put in the mail Thursday bringing to 14000 the number sent Reporting this Wednesday offi cials said payment of the state bonus to Iowa veterans of the Ko rean War or theirbeneficiaries is running a little ahead of schedule Another 4000 checks are expected to be mailed out on the surface side of theexplo sion scurried Jo Come act courageous and fident the light from above shines on you His QU ICKN ESS in going r T c Cedar Rapids Man Dies inAccident CEDAR RAPIDS W Richard Ralph Eicher 40 Cedar Rapids was killed late Tuesday when his car struck a bridge on U S 151 i about 8 miles east of here Eicher i was alone in the car TAX INTAKE WASHINGTON federal government collected a total of in Iowa in all types of taxes during the 12 months ending July 1 side ofTfcur tm Mountain It is barely accessible hollow the banks of the small Gauley River in Nicholas County THE FIRST of four men res cued reached thesurface otf his own feet leaning onthe shoulders of his rescuerssomefour hours after the blast Three others two of them horribly burned were brought Tout on stretchers State Mines Director Crawford L Wilson said all the evidence indicated a gas ignition SUIT FILED WATERLOO Went land 65 Waterloo businessman hasfiledsuit in District Court against the operators of the Ar thur Murray Dance Studio here seeking return of around 510000 which he claims hepaid in adT vance for dancing leisons ire the radio to give his thoughts r the vwdrld was the means frequently usedby predecessorto give his messages toA the rworld to reach the peoples of Soviet Russia Red China and other Communistdom inated lands ir r The new pope will becrowned next week The jeweled three tiered tiaraof the papacy topped by a golden orb cross will be placed upon his5 head Tuesday at St Peters Basilica Jn the climax of the drama that began with the fatal illness of Pope Pjus XH aLCastel Gandol fo traditionalsummer home of the pope souttiof Rojne Earlier it had been anticipated the coronation wouldtake place Sunday Nov 9 But Pope John ordered a speedup Tuesday is a secular holiday in Italy celebrat ing the countrys Armistice Day of victory in World War I AFTER HIS broadcast John ordered the reopening of the doors of the conclave area where 51 princes of the church had gone through the three tense days of balloting that finally led to his selection Bells of St Peters and of Romes 500 churches pealed A brilliant sun shone over Italian capital which was in a festive mood Throughout the city the posters announcing the and funeral services for Pope Pius had disappeared In theip places were bright new posters hailing the new pontiff There was jubilation in Johns native north Italian ham let Sotto il Monte and in Venice at the elevation of the jovial port ly patriarch who in the Catholic view becomes the 262hd vicar of Christ on earth and a direct suc cessor of StPeter BONFIRES b u r n d Tuesday night and fireworks exploded at Sotto il village of 133 in the shadow of the AlpsVhercS the Pope was born the son of i poor farmer Nov 25 1881 Three surviving brothers and a siste still live there Venice glowed with lights The1 city of The new Popegave his reign may 0 tend if one pf broader cooperation with his top advjsers The Vatican aniipunced Lthat Jss wnstitut i thcl SAMS treasurers office of the City AP Photofax i injured Tuesday afternoon when tMirjtv Pope pope John had juat reentered St u g the rofid was opefatl JohnXXIII embraces Msgrv Angelo Dell Fetors Basilica from the balcony where mMnstrimc deni roilcd off an embankment pro secretary of state of the Vati he blessed some 260000 who jammed into i about five miles east oC here can after his first public appearance as the square hours j of the cnncragaflirnitF and otiier top Pius XIT in receritj years 1 preferred to shoulder many fu lions personally penscti i jencss
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