Wednesday, December 3, 1958

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 3, 1958, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I NEWSPAPER T H AT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBOR S1 HOME EDITION VOL 97 Associated Press and United Press Full Wlrci 7c Copy CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 3 1958 This Paper ConiUti of Two 9 t New Sat t Program Unveiled Mason City No large tempera ture changes Wednesday night but strong northerly winds light snow and blowing snow and falling temperatures by Thurs day forenoon and continuing through day Low Wednesday night 2025 High Thursday up per 20s Considerable cloudiness through Thursday Strong north erly winds light snow blowing snow colder temperatures mov ing into northwest by Thursday spreading across the state Thursday Low tonight up per teens north to near 30 ex treme south High Thursday 22 35 Friday partly cloudy colder Animals Will Be Sent Up to Go First WASHINGTON WiThc United States plans to send mice and perhaps a monkey into orbit aboard big satellites in a series of tests starling in a few weeks j The satellites will be launched from the new Vandenberg Air Force Base in California Thc Defense Departments Ad Fiveday Iowa Temperatures vanced Research Projects Agency will average about 5 degrees announced Wednesday that the1 below normal Wednesday Project Discoverer program night through next will try to put up a Normal highs 31 north to 39jdevice in its first launching at1 south Normal lows 15 north totempi lale this year or early 21 south Colder Thursday and next Friday followed by slowly modj At least a dozen satellite erating lemperatures Sundaylaunchings will be attempted as Juno II Unveiled by Army Moon Shot Prepared CAPE CANAVERAL Fa 14V Thc Army unveiled its huge moon when the service tower was rolled back as part of the preparations for a launching expected this week end t Thc powerful rocket very sim ilar in appearance to the Jupi terC that fired three Explorer satellites into orbit will be used for the Armys first attempt lo probe far into outer space When the lower was rolled the base of the Armys School Checks Ordered Result of Fatal Fire and Monday Precipitation will average about onetenth of an inch falling as snow or snow squalls Thursday and Friday Minnesota Blowing snow colder High Thursday 1020 fast as one a month Roy John son ARPA director told news men JOHNSON ALSO said that an attempt will be made next year jto recover a capsule from a satel GlobeGazette weather data upIite bringing it back through the to 8 Wednesday Maximum 44 Minimum 25 At 8 25 Precipitation trace Thugs Get Money in 2 Break ins About S75 was stolen Tuesday night in two breakins in Mason City About S25 to S30 was taken from a safe at the Northwestern Dis tributing 436 2nd Union officials believe was the amount of money stolen at the Labor Temple 510 Pennsylvania where two cash boxes were taken out of ransacked desk drawers and cabinets Also missing at the Labor Tem ple was about worth of stamps POLICE did not believe the two breakins were related A I Photnfax REAL BOWLING neen Kcborlz and Jim Byrns Evansvillc were married i dozen satellite Tuesday Afler lhe reception touted Jupiter intenncdi Ihe couple drove down the alc range ballislic missile was seen The lop of lhe rocket was covered however FOR THE moon shoot the Ju piler will be used as a firststage booster rocket in place of the smaller Redstone missile which gave the big lift to the JupiterC satellite vehicle The Army moon missile is ex pected to be a fourstage rockell using cluslers Sergcanl rockets in the street The new Mrs Byrns said Lets go So they attire and all Janeen said her game was somewhat improved that day but for some reason Jim in was way in LIU upper stages Its job be lo push aithroufih lhe playgroundjforcc winds atmosphere Johnson said mice will be used and we may in one use a pri He said that the program for the present does not include sending up a man i The satellites launched from Vandenberg will be aimed in a southerly direction over the Pacif ic Ocean Their orbit would be around the world over the North and South Poles R r Satellites sent up by the injHurma n0 Center cmin Qne the early the past follow a general eastployc of a crcamcrylreentry experiments with the Weather west pattern Thc biggest 2 years was free Wedj ballistic missile uinci country has launched to dateinesday on bond following weighs slightly more than 30a preliminary hearing North lowan Charged in Cream Theft BUFFALO CENTER Jasper TURNKDTO CINDISKS A wimlsuvpt Jire llutt is roaring over thc Santa Moni ca Mountains near Majibti Beach turns this huge hillside home into x vast California Brush Blaze Engulfs 26 Big Homes 3 fourstage rockell J5AljIBU BEACH Calif slroycd ns the Flames raced and bore down on the homes of small solid fuel IAn cxPlosvc brush fire cut smiles across the Malibu Hills to a halfmile below ets in the upnerlac s w a l h deslruclion Ihc sea driven by dry gale 30pound satellite payload per haps farther into space Hhan any previous manmade object Its name will be Juno If The first Juno was a Jupiter test ve hiclc fired more than a year ago ofHollywood movie stars Wed J2Clioincs menacing scores more and rout ing hundreds of families The home of actor Lew Ayres was one of the houses de more Sputnik10 THE FIRST attempts will be aimed to put the big satellites up to relative low altitudes or per haps a few hunderd miles ARPA estimates they might make twoj or three passes around the world or perhaps slay up for a week The first Discoverer vehicle will be a twostage rocket The booster will be a Thor IRBM pro duced by Douglas Aircraft Co The second stage the announce ment said is a new vehicle pro duced by the Lockheed Aircraft Corp and powered by a Bell Hustler engine This latter engine s thai he had worth of cream Burma was arrested in moon ICJd LCU 1 JU At the Northwestern fue rocket ing building the safe was entered The firsl by thieves punching out the diasatcllitcs are expected lo weigh mechanism A desk in lhe the office and a filing cabinet werejannoimccmcntsaid This in gone through An attempt wasicuitcs tnc weight of the second made to open a candy vehicle which will orbit as At lhe Labor Temple four of fices were ransacked The cul prits found keys lo RussclJ Foells desk for lhe electricians union JOHN5ON nWAS bigger and onenerf it anrf a rash I boosters will be used later for an integral part of the satellite after JOHNSON WAS asked if bigger 8Cr salellites Proposals bcen made to usethe At strong where he went to pick up empty cream cans from the creamery He was arresled by Winnebago Counly officers Em met Counly Depuly Barney Rey nolds and Armstrong police BURMA HAD been delivering the cans of crearti at Bills Pro duce in Armstrong in the early morning and picking up thc empty cans at night afler the creamery was closed The payment for the cream would be allached in an envelope lied to the can Since August 1957 he had been paid a tolal of in cash The operalor of he Armstrong creamery didnt know Burmas identity authorities said He used the name of John Barnes when ever it was necessary lo leave a note with the cream THE CREAM was sold by the Armstrong company to a dairy in Fairmont Minn Someone at the dairy discovered he cream had been pasteurized They informed Army missile research chief said Armrecentlv lne chances of hitting the moon or orbiting around it are slim on d A I Tig 10 Stopped the flninas OUR VIIRK SKRVJCES Public officials throughout nation Wednesday demanded more stringent fire safety meas ures to prevent school fires simi lar to lliat which claimed 90 lives in Chicago Monday Chicagos most tragic school fire which killed 87 children be tween the ages of and 15 and three It o in a n Catholic nuns spurred immediate invcstigalions in most large cities The Our Lady of the Angels tragedy also laid bare in many jjircjis the recurring crises in i lack of money to build incw ones and the tendency lo go soft on safety measures during fair weather i IT TAKES a tragedy liki this to wake people said Fire Chief Arnold W Phillips of Indianapolis when he was ordered to make a thorough check of all pub lic private and parochial schools In most areas the biggest prob lem was the condition of the older and obsolete school buildings em phasized by the fact that Chi cagos fire broke out in a 10year old building which had one fire escape The example sot by the Chicago fire threatened the closing of at one school In Sioux City Iowa an inves tigation was made of the 68year nld Cathedral Parochial Grade School with an eye to ordering the school closed as a fire haz according to Capt Philip Kcmmish head of lhe Fire De porlmenl Prevention Bureau utiuw THE REV W E BAUER pas Property on ranches owned hy Cathcclral parish said actors Ronald Reagan and Bob ll n thc condition of the school constitutes a great AP Ilioliifax ball of iire It jusf one of Hie many fashionable houses destroyed in the wide spread ed Pacific OceanjHope was damaged Actor Glen hc constiuLl ties fury his fLintothreatl ickly settled Malibu Caniencd ranch trucking ou several he mouth nf which lies head of nrizc entile wilh him ls ward thickly yon at he mouth of which lies the beach colony that has long been a favorite residential area for movie people FIREMEN BATTLED fiercely through the night in an famed wilh him film colony of Malibu Beach lay only a mile from lhe leaping flames and resi dents stood by through the night homes keep lhe out of Malibu Can yon but lost the fighl just before dawn when flames 10 feel high jioarcd over the lop of he last fierce Iv effort t wnltr their home One of them was actor Jacki When it came to a variety of weather you could name it and Unlike the three Air Force II morning K i TI ii i fog snow freezing ram probes Juno I will not ow tc nar probes Juno II the necessary guidance in the per stages lo pick oul so fine a target If all goes well however the Army moon rocket might go be yond the moon and far out into space lnged to Students With Cars Affected by Order 01 Dubuqu had an inch OT The school board has put some high school students DCS NO RAIN IN SPAIN MADRID fivemonth drought threatened centra Spain jThc board Tuesday adopted new The Bureau said which forbid students lo in nearly a years all schools also were ordered in New York State Atlanta Boston Memphis and Nashville Birmingham Indianapolis El Paso Milwaukee and throughout Georgia AT CHICAGO there was noth ing new in the inquiry as to how the fire began Authorities still believe a sneak smoker care lessly flipped a cigarette into a Irash bucket Meanwhile plans for a mass funeral for the victims were be ing made for Friday Three child mi auuuL live ICLU urn mim scnooi ami nn UUUIM on muu liicus ano victims all girls remain uniden hundredgrecs below normal Precipitation cause disciplinary problems or gohands lified be lifiht j Evacuafinn conlers were set Seventyfive of thc injured still up in Ihroo schools along thcjwcrc hospitalized side of the hills More than came forward with of persons were bedded down jfcrs of blood and money The cash I Jin them thc families of the 87 young isters killed or injured in the peralure changes will be frequent and very noliceable during the next few days It will be windy and decidedly colder Thursday drive cars during school hours including the lunch period unless special permission is obtained Thc purpose of said Temperatures in the next five Supt John H Harris is In get Jackie Conga n who cancelled a lele vision appearance Tuesday night to watch over his house FIRE OFFICIALS said the blaze mny be worse than thc mammoth Malibu fire two years ago that burned for five days blackening acres and de stroying 99 homes Some of thc same ground is being burned over now but most of the fire is in the hills running down to thc picturesque seashore about 20 miles from Los Angeles Eight firemen were burned when a sudden wind shift sent the blnze roaring back at them They fought through to safety but were hospitalized wilh firstde ill LJIt JUILM II JliuriS IS III gCl VVUVU IllSUUc Wednesday with its worst water days will average about five deto and from school and not lo grce burns on Iheir faces and in a c n u1 are awnra the Rev Bauer said and they arc con cerned about He pointed out that the Roman Catholic parish which operates Cathedral school plans to abandon the old school for a new building which will be constructed a block away Tho new building will not be ready for a year or more the officials said Immediate fire inspection of missile as a the sheriff at Fairmont and opened il and a cash box in it In Glenn Shermans office for thc drivers union a cash box was taken from a priedopen filingi35 mle cabinet Desks and office Officers wcnl lo Armstrong and were forced open Johnson said lhal he hopes for Burma to come in after A C USCd Within the ncxtdark to pick up his cans They A FIFTH GALLON of months He said that wilh able lo gel his license num rnal was kepi in one desk was Atlas H might be possible to put bcr and later arrested him found empty in the building up a satellite weighing Burma appeared before Justice The Labor Temple was enteredpounds or more nf the Peace Eugene Morris in hy prymg open a window U was Johnson emphasized lhal projJForesl City Tuesday He waived1 nol delermmcd how enlrance wasject Discoverer docs nol include preliminary hearing step gamed at the distributing sentry cyeinthesky Henry Dohlman Buffalo pany buildinj tconnaissance satellite project Unidentified Virus Similar to Asian Flu Found Across Iowa Center posted the He will appear at thc February term of court to face a charge of larceny Burma is married and the ifathcr of a married daughter DES MOINES UPI Top slate health officials said Wed nesday an unidentified virus which causes a flulike dis ease is loose in Iowa but there is no reason lo believe an epi demic is on lhe way Dr Ralph Hecran head of the Iowa Departmenl of Healths division of preventable diseases said Ihcre is no evi dence of the buildup of ill ness which preceded last years epidemic of Asian flu The dis ease rcporled Ihis year has been among individuals and didnt effecl whole groups of people in Iowa communities as the Asian flu did last year Heeran said The symptoms of the disease caused by the unidentified virus this fall are similar to the As ian flu symptoms The victims have headaches stiff necks and breathing difficulty he said But the aching doesnt go all over the body as wilh thc As ian Heeran said Its more like a head cold Ihis THIS THING h s gone said Counly Fire Chief Keith Klinger who is directing more than men on the fire lines A prolonged dry spell lhat Icfl hillside brush bonedry a sudden rise in lhe wind nnd a spark in at lhe rate of an hour THERE WAS a heavy for donalions of blood needed in lhe care of children who suffered burns Its tremendous Ive never jfrom an unknown source comsseen anything like said Wil jbincd to touch off the fire a noonlEiam Bilbro technical director i Tuesday along a main highwny the Chicago Blood Donor Service weight miles inland from the expect to handle about 150 f Icific HELP RCHT T i The possibility hat an arsonist set the fire is being investigated I i Suffocation Blamed for Death of Infant BLJSSEY Harold Edward jNacc vmonthold son of Mr and I Mrs Joe Nacc died in his crib Tuesday apparently of suffoca tion Efforts to revive him wilh respirator failed i xix Rloho phnln y Walk CHlCK AM HOLY COW Chuck Holy was judged jrrand Spencer his foot still encased in champion at the Intormtlionn Live Stock a cast received in a high school wrest Exposition in hkajro The animal wilt ling match shows his champion steer be sold at auction Thursday SAME Blark tnffto tn a Contributions to Our Lady of thc Angels Fund the cash pool that bears thc name of lhe school hit by a flash fire Monday topped within ihe first 24 hours Biggest gifi thus far was from the Chicago Newspaper Pub lishers Assn Syrian and Israeli Forces in Exchange JERUSALEM Israeli Sector W Syrian and Israeli artillery units dueled across the border for an hour Wednesday The shooting ended after a truce team asked for a ceasefire An Israeli Army source charged that the shelling began from a Syrian posi tion with fire directed against two shepherds tending their flocks in side Israel territory south of Goii nen settlement near the Jordan River The spokesman added the Syrians also fired at Israel bor der police Irying to extricate the hoari men The border police returned