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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 16, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daijy Newspaper Edted te ftf BOOM The Newspoptr That Makes AH VOL ud UrtUd North MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY OCTO4IR 14 Ip wans Neighbors v HOME EDITION y Be Near in 1 Faces Big To Continue With Zeus AntiMissile Program or Not By C YATES McDANIEL WASHINGTON first successful firing of a NikeZeus this week moved the Pentagon nearer a multibillion dollar de tK develop the Zeus as nations main de fense against intercontinental ballistic missiles or scrap it now Has no weapon capable of knocking down speeding toward a tar 1 get at possibly an hour The Zeus center of a majorinterservice dispute over its value is being developed to fill that role THE BIG DECISION sched uled to be made no later than next April involves at least 13 billion dollars Thats the pres ently estimated cost of perfect ing the vastly complicated mis sile system including its elec tronic and plac ing it on launching sites over a fiveyear period The the missile test range was called successful although the littje short ol the of70miles The Armys of success based upon fact that the Zeus j huge rocket booster did the job expected of it and on the apparent solution to the vpr o bl e ml that first Zeus launching on Aug 26 The launching was one of several that will be made be BIRTHDAY HONORS TO MRS FDR Eleanor AP Phototax Roosevelt widow of the late President Franklin Eleanor Roosevelt Institute of Cancer Research which Roosevelt was at her best party will be built at Denver Colo WithHer are Chief Jus noting her 75th birthday Here she receives a gold r en book containing names of charter founders of the tice Earl Warren left arid Geh Nathan Twining chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff tween now and February a top level evaluation of the Zeus will be made for Presi dent Eisenhower The Army has exclusive re sponsibility for developing a de fense against ballistic missiles The Air Forcehas theamajor job of setting up ultralong range radarsvto and to start tracking the Zeus target an enemy ballistic missile in the inner reaches of space THE AIR FORCE is well along on the first phase of its part of the missile defense pro gram In the far reaches of North Amarica are now rising huge radars that eventually wll be tied together by a cpmmun catioris system to give a 15min Slaying of 16wan PRESS GETS SHOWING CEDAR RAPIDS lave questioned and released ihree persons in connection with the slaying of Frederick Leonard Coste branch man ager for the Family Finance Corp Coste was stabbed to death here Thursday His body was found in an interviewing room in the secondstory offices of the finance company above a restaurant in the downtown dis trict THE TWO MEN who found the body Thomas McMurrin and Donald McSpadden were cleared after they were ques tioned Police Chief er said Friday Another sus ect whose name was not re leased also and Mae Wests Television V v Interview Cancelled1it NEW YORK Tlie PersontoPerson television program cancelled Fridaynights scheduled appearance of Mae West In her place will be Mr and Mrs James Mason film folk Wi4rf The magic in the Galls It Approach STR AUGEND Ind pian o guarantee farmers anVaideV quate income while allowing commodity prices to seek their own market levels was proposed Friday by Gov Herschel Love ess of Iowa He outlined his income equal ty proposal a sortof eco nomic trial in a speech at the National Corn Picking ontest here Loveless who has been named chairman of a Democratic Party National Farm Policy Advisory ommitlee for next years poli ical campaign emphasized that he plan is his own and has not seen discussed with the com mittee IN HIS ADDR ESS Loveless leciared the farm policy of the jfesent Republican admihistra ion has pretty clearly demon trated its He accused He administration lacking eadership to solve agricultural problems What is needed he added is a new and bold approach simi ar to that used by Russian leaid rs in developing their spectac ilar advances in science and ther fields It is Loveless aid that A in America have come to view1 our the common sense use it coti tructively in a Xvhere uncounted millions listen to the Communist line because their 1959 Mason City Community stomachs are forever empty oiir The Columbia Broadcasting System said it was felt that Chest campaign become to feed people is ions of the interview with Miss West 66 might Friday as the Red Feather fundstrongest weapon in the arst the Mason city Partly cloudy and colder Friday night low 28 to 31 Mostly fair coolerSat urday high J Iowa Fri day night withi frost or freez ing temperatures by Satur day Friday night from upper north west to 30s sputheast Mostiy fair linued cool west Saturday High Saturday Cupper 40s to upper 50s Outlppk for Sunday andlittle warmer Five day Temperatures will average 5 to 7 degrees below normal Friday night through next Wednesday Aft will be from the lower 50s in the northeast to the lower 60s in the south Overnight lows will be from a r oiin d 30 degrees in the northwest to around 50 in the southeast A warming trend is expected will be colder Monday and Tuesday then wariner again Wednes day No precipitation is ex pected Clearing colder Highs Saturday 4552 Globe Gazette weather data U n ion 8 Friday Maximun 67 Minimum 44 At 8 45 YEAR AGO 86 Minimum 54 Atorn Bomb Found Ihtatt After Crash HARDINSBURG Ky Air Force recovery crews Fri day found intact nu clear bomb which plummeted nto lonely southwestern Ken released Badger said Badger said a iie detector ute warning of the approach of an enemyballistic missile Whether Zeus is continued or used in questioning lne not the Air Force will go aheadmen with its ballistic missile earlyj Badger said a rcpresentalive warning system This is deofthe companys Davenport of signed to give the Strategic Air Command enough time s o in e ofjits nuclear bomb loaded B52s into the air and on their way toward enemy tar gets if the go button is pushed From the start of the concept important voices in the Air Force and even some in the Army have doubted value of the missile the BUT THE DEFENSE De partment and at least a ma jority of the joint Chiefs of Staffbacked the decision to de velop the missile to the point where experts have a better chance of evaluating it The last session of Congress voted million more for the Zeus than Eisenhower asked This action backed the Arniys argument thatif the Zeus is continued it will be necessary within the next few months to order the extremely delicate and complicated electronic equipmAit that will be required to get nuclear war certain portions misconstrued Maybeit was too good I was very Miss West said in San Francisco In a private showing of the interview to the press host Charles Collingwood introduced the stage screen and night club personality as the woman who made a careerof kidding Miss West never at loss for words on the subject of Iarnour told Collingwood she had written a book recounting her private transgressions thats a long word for Ask me anything the law and Ill try to give a right she said Collingwood attempted to steer the conversation to things literary Miss West is the author of several books including the current best seller Goodness Had Nothing To Do With Miss West said she read biography mentaphysics and f Straight fiction Collingwood asked Never I can dream up my she replied Foreign affairs Ive always had a weakness for foreign Man in space Man in space is a waste of Before the interview ended Miss West also informed Coll ingwood that There are no withholding taxes on the wages of A man in the house is better than two on the Id rather have life in my men than a man in my drive climbed to 64 per cent of its Campaign leaders meeting ai pledges totaling to put the grand total at Donations of another are needed by next iJFriday to put the drive over mark In the general solicitations section where chairman Rich ard L Bailey warned against procrastination by solicitors the total stood at New pledges of moved the arsenal fice said was missing ac cording to office accounts Police were checking cus tomers names in office files and indicated they would ques tion persons who had bus iness with the Coste was believed to have been slainabout 10 hours before McMurrin and Mc Spadden went to the office on businss WASHINGTON ft once the Soviet United THEY TOLD POLICE they States Britain and France appear to be on the same side in an had gone to the office international conference In fact the 12nation meeting on Antarctica which buckles down to1 serious treaty drafting appeared to be as certain of successes any such gathering could be at the outset of Rare Big Four Harmony in Talks on Antarctica duct somi business The men said that upon finding Coste they left and found Patrolman Donald Hollister Dr Percy deputy Linn County coroner said Coste had a bruised left eye and six stab wounds in his Dr Harris said threeof the wounds penetrated vital Dr Harris said he believed ihe weapon used was a heavy instrument because three of the wounds penetrated the rib One of the thrusts penetrated1 head near enough to destroy an th he said enemy missile SAM t A SAFETY HGUKES Coste was married and has a daughter 7 On the Inside North Iowa 3 4 Latest Markets Mason City News CubCaxette Sports Society News Clear Lake News 19 1314 H Comics North Iowa 20 TV Schedule Pullewt Section A Soviet spokesmancredits thisto an improvement in the international atmosphere resulting from the recent talks between President Eisenhower and So vietPremier Nikita Khrushchev This is what the Sqviejt propa coming increasing ly to call the Camp David spir so designated b e c a us e Khrushchev and Eisenhower held their serious policy talks late last month at Camp David temperatuTes In7heck7andthe days highs were about 10 de Mercury Bows to Cold Front A cold front which swept east ward across Iowa Friday Held Md in than the top read committing Antarctica to ful purposes and barring the machines aM mili tarism vast frozen wasteland was the theme pf the Soviet speech at the opening of the here Thursday as itwas the theme of by the delegations of the other 11 countries participating in addi tion to the Big Four are Argen tina Australia Belgium Chile Japan New Zealand Norway Africa of Thursday The cold front was expected to hold temperatures Saturday morning to the lower 30s in the north and to the lower 40s in the south The Weather Bureau said it should be a littfe warmer on Sunday There was no mention of rain in the forecast HEADS BAPTISTS JEFFERSON Rev James Webb Cedar Rapids Friday was named president of the Iowa Baptist Convention section its goal pattern gifts s e c t i o n was the nearest to its mark with of a Ad vance of the womens section had of and the national firms had of END OF LINE PASACAGOIJLA Miss UPI Navys last nonatomic submarine the USS Blueback was launched here Thursday of the free THE PLAN Loveless outlined wasin somerespects similar to the program proposed a few years ago by the Secretary of Agriculture Charles Brannan Loveless called for 1 A system of direct produc tion payments designed to bring the net income of farm families closer to the level of city dwel lers 2 Allowing prices of farm commodities to find their own market levels ing to support them at artificial lyhigh levels Loveless said the iaxpayer would benefit from this because he would have to pay less for the food he buys This would partly offset the cost of he production payments 3 The government would not lave to buy any commodities to support prices and this would alleviate the present serious storage and warehousing prob em tucky when the B52 jet bomber Would Break Solid Front WASHINGTON Steel workers Union Friday made a new strikesettlement proposal to the industry The industry said it would be studied The union proposal was ad vanced at the first session of new direct negotiations under taken at government prodding This meeting broke up after an hour and 45 minutes David J McDonald union president confirmed at that ime reports of a new union pro posal He declined to give its details The negotiators will meet again at Saturday R Conrad Cooper chief in dustry negotiator said that meantime the union proposal would be studied BOTH Cooper said are endeavoring to reach an agreement to settle this issue by collective Although McDonald would not give details wellplaced sources saidthat the union offer was for a 21cent per hour package over a twoyear contract period about 9 cents under earlier der mands It wouldprovide for increased insurance pension and supple mentary unemployment benefits during the first year of the agreement to these boost in the seepndyear There were re ports that Kaiser Steel Corp agreement with the union to accept this proposal If so itwould crack the industrys carrying it crashed into a fuel tanker plane The collision and subsequent fuel explosion Thursday night failed to trigger or even break open the bomb The Air Force said there was no danger Had theweapon been broken apart by the impact there might nave been limited radiation dan ger as occurred in a crash at Florence last year the spokesman said But the weapon came intact through a conven tional explosion that set off lames visibte 100 miles away I solid front Preslrike earnings of steel workers averaged an hour EDGAR F KAISER board chairman of Kaiser got out a statement in response to inquiries about these He said his company had no written or verbal agreement or commit ment with the union as to a new contract Informants said the new union proposal intended to press on all the industry asked additional fringe benefits but no in the first year At least three airmen died in Of a twoyear pact and a wage RWB o in the second year Kaiser is one of the 12 big steel companies banded togeth he B52s collision with a fuel filled KC135 tanker Five were reported Four sur vivors had been found IOWAN KILLED er with the union A breakaway by Kaiser would crack their solid front The industry was reported ALTA 36 striving to keep Kaiser in line to continue resistance to union lanovcr was killedin a two car collision on a rural road about 12 miles southwest oJ icre Thursday night 1 AP Pholofax THE RAZORdEDGE Mrs America ing a visit to Tyndal AFB Fla Col in the person of Margaret Priebe Des Leon Gray shows her how to slice a VfbineSj takes a sharp look at the raxor piece of paper on the leading edge of thin wing of a F104 Starfighter jetdur the stubby wing demands and hold out for a less expensive settlement THERE WERE rumors that several others of the 12 steel companies were also dickering with the union on settlement proposals Mentioned in these rumors were Jones Laughlin and Wheeling Steel Co It was reported the union pro posal contemplates that the in dustry would abandon the work rule changes it has said are nec essary to achieve labor econom ies In sending the antagonists back into negotiations to end the 94day steel stoppage before Monday Chairman George W Taylor of President Eisenhow ers inquiry panel said resum ing of steel production is more important than hjw it is done Taylorls threeman inquiry board is due to file its report on the strike issues with the White House Monday provided there is no settlement On receipt of the report Eis enhower could order the Justice Department to apply for a court injunction to stop the strike for 80 days That would get the mills back to work But it would not settle the dispute The union already has voted to strike again at the end of the 80 days AIR ACE DIES NEW YORK Elliott White Springs 63 World War I flying ace author and head of several cotton firms died Thursday of cancer   

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