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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 6, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NIWSPAPER THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH JOWANS NilGHIORS EDITION VOL 97 Associated Press and United Prcti Internationa Full Lease copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY DECEMBER 6 1958 Paper Conjlatt ot 1wo Moon Rockets Trip to Be Short Lived rman Ai Held as Pawn Reds Want Recognition BERLIN MvAn American flier who parachuted into East Ger many was held Saturday as a pawn in the Berlin situation An East German official indi cated Li Richard Mackin would j MISS be returned to lhe Army onlyj 19 cedar Rapids AP rimlutiix Mclntosh is the Miss SUI at the Stale Uni vcrsity of Iowa She was se through direct ncgotialions with the East German satellite re gime Mackin became lost and ccted by male students and bailcd out behind the Iron Cur crowned Friday night at lhe an tain Wednesday i nua winter formal dance Her The Communists accused Westj court included Liz Skuster 20 Germany of trying to prevent Osage German Cheer Goal Set at gain the GlobeGa zelle is making its annual appeal lo the generosity of the people of Mason City and We are asking your help in making this a happier Christmas for others by contributing to the Christmas Cheer Fund The goal will be lhe same as last year Because 11CW need is at leasl as great as last and because givers have al Altitude of Miles Predicted WEST GERMAN Chancellor Konrad Adenauer said Friday thej West should settle the Berlin problem before getting bogged j down in other longstalemated German problems such as unifi cation The East German Com munists promptly charged him wilh opposing any move lo bring togclher lhe Western and East ern German states The Western Big Three who oc cupy West Berlin refuse to rec ognize the East German regime or have any negotiations with it This affects both the Mackin case and Soviet efforts to make the United States Britain and France deal with East Germany for ac cess to Berlin Soviet Premier Khrushchev has threatened to turn over to East Germany in six months the Soviet Mason City an Pal to Face ways opened their hearts and met the needs we arc confident the goal will be reached and It is a fine tribute lo the people i of this community that never in its 33 years of existence has the Christmas Cheer Fund failed loj reach ils goal The fund was slarled at the suggestion of Lee P Loomis in 1925 AS IN THE PAST the fund willi be administered by Family Scrvj ice of which Doris Bruce isi Jthc executive secretary and Ruthi Douglas assistant secretary This agency has Us headquarters at 39 Clifford Eugene Perry 19 SalC in lhc 1Lillii Saturday was picked it Payload Not on Course 17th IQ at a service station Perrys only past record in Mason City was for careless driv ing on Aug 13 1957 He was arrested Saturday with Jerry Joseph Spensrud 16 rural Norwood reached an all time high of cash and a grand total of leash and merchandise of This was none to much for the job that was faced by Family Service in helping deserving fam ilies to make Christmas a happy itime in their homes by providing Winslow Police Chief onIV foocl Dufc clothing shoes controls over transportation frbmm Mitchell said the youths other such articles as well as West Germany to the isolated city milted striking a service station tois for children a n d gifts to 110 miles inside East Germany j attendant over the head with a shutins m nursing THE SOVIET boss wants the picCe riflinS the cash et out leaving register The robbery occurred 15 No one in Mason City is more enthusiastic about the Christmas from Lincoln j Cheer Fund than Miss Bruce Mitchell said the boys waived extradition He said they were HOW IT WOUKEI Dr Wernher von BriuiVfeans over Dr William Pickering1 as the two scientists ex plain how the stages of the Armys muon rocket sep arated in flight The model labeled Jupiter at right front represents the main vehicle and the other scale models from left up to right are the second third and fourth stages The instrumented nose cone is at the tip of the fourth stage West to Berlin a demilitarized free city at the mercy of surrounding So II1L waiveu I HAVE seen many times whatjMason Ciiy Generally fair and viet and satellite troops eurauiuon tie said they conlritnitcs to human cold through Sunday Lows Sal The Allies refuse to budge up after speeding throughlhappiness and she sakL linlay niglu zcro lo 5 ing they will stick by their pledges s auon nearby town should bc for Iigh Sunday midteens to protect the Thursday night in a stolenlhe by lhc Top Demos Back Stand by Butler Olll W1KIC SKHVICKS I CAPE CANAVKllAl iArmy lunar probe robot loo slow and too offcourse lo reach the roared upward Saturday toward an estimated puak altitude miles This would be about a jof the distance to the moons orbil and less than the altitude lot miles reached by lhe Air Force Pioneer I in October The Air Force earlier had said its moon rocket reached an alti tude of miles but this I reduced when calculations were I corrected Scientists said Urn Army Juno rocket would reach ils height at about 8 LAUNCHED at a m Friday at Canaveral the goldplated robot eleven later had reached an alti tudc of more than miles and was slill upward at nore than X700 miles an hour Dr William H Pickering ii of the Armys let Propul sion Laboratory told a news con ference that the robot will fall back lo earth and will strike the atmosphere and burn up at ahoul 3 Sunday Pickering would not predic where the probe would enter the atmosphere But Dr Wernhei von Braun the Armys chief mis sile scientist made a rough esti mate thai il would plunge into the air in lhe vicinity of THE TOTAL flight time will be AP Ihotofait FINAL ADJUSTMIONT A young scientist makes certain of the fit as the instrumentpacked nose cone is mounted atop the white cylinder fourth stage of the Juno il rocket The payload separated from the fourth stage when it was ignited far out in space about 38 hours WASHINGTON The of West Berlin But both Wash ington and London have suggested that the Khrushchev proposals couid be the basis for reopening discussions on reunifying Ger many which has been split since World War II car Wounded Oakland Motel Owner Dies Christmas Cheer No gift is too large or too small for this fund They may be brought to the GlobeGazette of fice or mailed to the following Christmas Cheer Mason City Iowa COUlSfCIL BLUFFS Mackin 27 was flying a smalljj Eckles 73 wounded during a Army liaison plane when he at his motel and cafe at came lost crossed the East GerOakland Wednesday night died man border ran out of gasolinejSalurday at a Council Bluffs hosrequested gifts will be listed each and had to jump feet first intopjtal Coroner Henry Meyer said day wilh the name and the the Berlin situation autopsy revealed that deathamount Donors may use initials Unless otherwise specifically The pilot from Washington D was held for two days be fore the East Germans admitted they had him In West Berlin itself towns people prepared for a big turnout in Sundays parliamentary elec tion It was hoped the voters would present a united antiCom munist front to show East Ger many and Russia that the popu lace stands behind the West 21 DIE INCRASH MADRID UPI A Spanish airliner which vanished Thursday night crashed on the snowcapped Peak of the Dead Woman north of here killing all of the 21 persons aboard resulted from kidney failure due to shock caused by the wound Iowa Generally fair and National Committee over Saturday night low near zerojriding Southern protests Satur north toabout 10 above south day commended National Chair man Paul Al Butler for his strong stand on civil rights The committee voted to retain in a resolution a statement en hours for Air compared wilh Forces Pioneer Sunday increasing and continued cold cloudiness Minnesota Mostly fair and cold High Sunday 510 The Army lunar rocket actual ly broke through the atmosphere at a greater speed than Pioneer an hour compared with for the Air Force rocket But this lunar probe was more than three degrees low fronj its GOP May Offer a Hand in Appointing Iowa Committees By WILLIAM L EBERLINE DES MOINES OF Republican Senate leaders may that Democratic LI Gov Edward J McMamis accept the help of the Scnalc president pro lem and majority floor leader in naming committees for the 1959 session The GOP leaders have requested a meeting with McManui Sunday to discuss a compromise over appointment of the com or remain anonymous with a des ignation such as A THE FIRST LIST of donors will appear in Mondays zctte They will appear every day until Wednesday Dec 24 when t h e campaign officially Coniributions lo be listed on the 24th should reach the GIobeGa GlobeGazeltc to 8 a rn Saturday Maximum Minimum At 8 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum dorsing Butler for his forthright jc x p c c i c d trajectory i miltccs The meeting is designed the Republicans say lo avoid weather data on civil rights and nnvc Dccn 68 degrees from a polcnlially embarrassing political rift determination by the vertical whereas Pioneer I McManus is Iowas first Democratic lieutenant governor since Parly Ihnt the provisions of lhewas hjgh from approximately the the late John Valentine held the post in the 1939 session Hell be of the United Statcssamc intended path I over a Senate with a c 14 2 2 40 27 PANORA n Killed Accident Harold as interpreted by the Supreme Court shall be enforced and made effective The Armys robot Ihcrcforc lost away observers who failed to more of its speed lo the earths gravity THIS ACTION was taken on 7927 roll call vole Th e resolulion commending Butler then was adopted 8418 aft er it had been revised to includeloinR rfccivucd PICKERING SAID the Army robots instruments are working perfectly and that signals are both in Puerto shield their eyes found them selves blinded momentarily FLAME BELCHED from the fficers of he nncl allhc Armys new Cocl base of the rocket so violently and n suc1 vflum thai some watch s thought the rocket was being blasled lo bits Shes blowing up heavy Republican majority As matters now stand there will be 32 Republicans and 17 Democrats in the Senate One scat is vacant because of the death last Monday of Sen Harry Watson It must be filled in a special election before Uhc session opens Jan 12 committee Lee Earlier the jzetle by 1 p m that day Brown 35 Stuart was fatally in down a movc lo OUSL Ca Me It must be understood that theijured Friday night in an auto milic F Gravel Jr as Louisiana should p 1 I Cheer Fund is in no way a reaccident about three miles south placement for other organizations helping to make this a happier Christmas for olhers Their needs should also be met The matter isnow in your hands you good people of Ma son City and surrounding area of here Authorities said Browns car hit a patch of loose gravel and ran into the ditch He was thrown from the car and died a short time after the accident A passenger in the car Roy Tem pieman escaped injury shes one man yelled lone tracking station in Ulifor B t u j j niVi IN I7J7 Tne Republican committee c throwing o sheets o t llcd Sonale took lh provide excellent IT commitleeman because of about the deadly band of raBrocket climbed majestically ac stand on the civil rights issue dialion that its 13pound instrujcelerating swiftly through layers jmcnt payload was chiefly dejof haze into a moonless but starry DIXIE MEMBERS fighting aisjgnct to measure isky It was visible for more than losing battle contended that anyi Ie thai Prof James A statement on the civil rights isVan Allen of the University of sue at this point could only the party in They prevition beil and designed the new cutiyowa Wh0 discovered the radia three minutes as it streaked northeastward away from Valentine and named a Commitlec on Some Republicans have been in favor of doing the same thing to McManus But a number of oth ously had lost 7229 a molion is very satisfied shot was less than perfect some ers mindful of Democratic gains in the last general election fear No one was the a move5might josc more Re bad luck but since its first volcs in im amn nri ih l thn f send the resolution commending with lhc signals Force officers could not con Uiller back lo a subcommittee received iht Byron Skclton of Texastold the ncmbcrs before they voted that PICKERING pointed out that Jie move to endorse Bullcrs lhe robots batteries on civil righls threalened signed to last 75 hours and that lr literally cut the Democratic reception of informalion from lhc Party lo robot therefore should be good Skelton said Ihis is the onc isthroughout its flight fjcor ue which divides the Democrats The National Rnd and any action on it now would Spree Administration had an hrcatcn defeat of the party in nounccd shortly after blastoff that I960 all four stages of the probes 761 r t foot Juno II rocket assembly had 1 UOSt bight Days jfircd successfully But from Cape came word that the stage had fired three sec GOP senators will caucus in n 3 me tiicir noor prCSidCnt tcm that Scn Jack Schrocder RDavcnporn has the iinsidc track floor leader Any of several others may be tern Temperatures Ifirst r j I POT hired CAPE CANAVERAL Fla The Air Force fired its second in III ecThor rockct ht d v Frjd in a bid to establish it as v i Probcthe countrys intermediate range ccrs REPUBLICAN frankly they intend to retain con trol of most committees in one way or another But as one who asked that his name not be used commented Wed just as soon not be forced lo strip McManus of the appoin tive power for two reasons First is that we dont know what the public reaction would be The keep the i from reaching the speed missjlc wasthc 2lst second is that McManus is a nice A Ko Past the moon fir f h f even if he is a Temperatures dropped to be Von Braun blamed a faulty set ow zero in northern Iowa of a small fuel valve in the Saturday as northwesterly windsjfirsl stage for the improper mix vhipped the stair Iturc that produced the shortened Siblcy reported the state low of burning time He called it a 90 per cent sue BURIAL SCENE AT MASS FUNERAL This was the scene in Queen of Heaven Cemetery at Chicago following a funeral mass for some of the 88 pupils AP Chotofax lost their lives in the school holocaust The 19 caskets shown above were buried in contiguous graves 1 below zero It was 3 below at pencer and 2 below at Elkadcr cessful ind Mason City The lows ranged The Jupiter missile topped by ip to 8 above al Burlington 15 scaled down Sergeant rockets More hitler cold weather the small payload was forecast for Saturday night with launched in dazzling fashion The the lows expected to spread from pouer of the missile al liftoff was near zero in the north to about so tremendous that the earth 10 above in the south shuddered A mile and half This senator also said he hoped a compromise could be worked out that doesnt amount to ca pitulation by either side After all there is a difference between com promise and SAME FIRE HITS LAUNDRY MANNHEIM Germany UPI razed the United States Quartermaster Corps laundry here Friday Damage was esti mated at   

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