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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 31, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Daily Newspaper Edited lot to Horn HOME EDITION VOL M Newspaper Thot Mo Ices All Nor th I owa ns N eig h bor s Preu ud Utftod rtwi taUrMttaul rua MASOM CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCTOBER 31 If59 Thij Paper Coatitti X Two SectbMuSecUoa OM If ane 27 Aboa ppears Vanguard Successful We Learned Much Even How to Take Embarrassments By WARREN ROGERS JR New Ntws WASHINGTON Vanguard the reluctant rocket is dead virtually laughed to death for its failures But the idea is growing it may well have been a successful failure Amid the glare of Soviet Sput nik and Lunik successes there is little on the brag about in Vanguards record I is beyond that however in the legacy of her true worth appears In the first place too much was expected of her Every thing would have been all righi if it hadnt been for Russias launching of Sputnik I on Oct 4 1957 After that the up heat was on and everybody lost sight of what Vanguard was supposed to do in the hys terical insistence that she outdo the Russians EVERYBODY THAT IS but project Vanguards softspeak ing pipepuffing director Dr John P Hagen and the men around him r Like a voice crying in the wilderness Dr Hagen told a Congressional Committee that Vanguard originally was de signed with the idea of having a reasonable chance of put ting in orbit in six she achieved three orbits in 11 Thus she outdid herself Planned for a reliability 15 per cent she proved to be 36 per Nikito in Mild cent reliable Also lostsight of is the fact that Vanguard the worlds first successful rocket designed from scratch as a space ve hicle has the best satellitelaunching so far 17 1958 she flung a test satellite and her 50poun third stage into an orbit ex pected to last between 200 an years Its radio still is bee ping away A Congressiona AP Photofax CHECKING OUT President Eisenhower turns on a big grin for photographers as he leaves Walter Reed Medical Center annual physical check up Physicians said the results were the best the President ever had Pins Hope on French Visit MOSCOW Khrush chev said Saturday that Presi dent Eisenhower and British Prime Minister Macmillan agreed with him that there should be a summit conference the sooner the In a major foreign policy speech before the rubberstamp Soviet Khrushchev made no direct reference to French President De Gaulles suggestion the conference be held off until But the Soviet leader predict ed that visit to France would be useful for France for the Soviet Union and for world peace Wearing a gray suit with his usual medals Khrushchev was wildly cheered in his 1 hour 41 minute s p e e c h covering the whole international range t AMONG the major points he made were 1 Disarmament is themost important problem of the pres ent day and its settlement de pends whether there will be war LAWYER Bur ton N Pugach 32 New York lawyer is escorted by a detective left into a police station With them is Heard Harden one of three men Pugach is accused of hiring to throw lye in the face of Linda Ross 23 She had ped the lawyer as a boy friend after AP Photofax learning he was married The lyethrow ing incident which seriously impaired her eyesight occurred last June 15 At arraignment bail of was set for Pugach none for Harden and each for two other men ar rested F WASHINGTONMVPresident Eisenhowers doctors Saturday confirmed he mild chronic staff report called it the mos stable of any earth stateUit launched to BUT THE SIGNIFICANCE of this contribution pales besid Vanguards other less show accomplishments S i n c e she was frankly experimental she taught a whole generation o rocket scientists the dos and donts of their trade Aside from the space data collected by Vanguards three as the best in sightyet into the earths shape she bequeathed a rich legacy of design launching and track ing technology Vanguards engines for ex ample are used in such new space vehicles as Atlas Able Thor Able andVega The visual tracking equipment de veloped for Vanguard is now virtually standard at all S launchings So is the telemeter ing system built around the world to track Vanguard satel lites On lop of this American scien tistslearned through Vanguarr how to build a space vehicl from the ground up They alsc learned what mistakes to avoid not only the tern peramental values and gauge of Vanguard but also the costly confusions and redtape delays of her administrative organiza tion VANGUARD WAS Navy program It was chosen by the Pentagon four years ago over the Armys Redstone and the Air Forces Atlas Both the Army and the Air Force got in to the Vanguards dis mal and highly publicized flop bronchitis but said that other wise he continues to maintain an excellent state of physicians issued a medi cal bulletin shortly after Eisen lower checked out of Walter Reed Army Hospital where he underwent his annual physical checkup The President told reporters in Augusta last week that he had developed chronic bronchitis during the last three years Saturdays medical bulletin said regarding Eisenhowers headtotoe examination at Wal ter Reed The results of these all inclusive studies shows that the President continues to maintain an excellent state of health with the exception of a persistent mild tracheobronchi White House Press Secretary James C Hagerty told report ers in response to questions that the medical phrase could 3e translated into chronic bron chitis Optimism Voiced by Iowas GOP Leaders DES MOINES WVIowa I 0 W A CONGRESSMEN on on Dec 6 1957 after Sputnik The programs two months cost is estir mated at about million with each vehicle million costing about And the Vanguard launcher She belongs to the ages The last remaining copy has been con rignedto the Smithsonian Insti tution ublican congressmen who spoke 0 a state meeting of party of icials here sounded a note of sptimism over chances ofGOP success in the 1960 elections To back them up they had heir national chairman Sen hruston Morton of Ken ucky who addressed a Friday light banquet as w e 11 as uncheon gathering earlier in he day Morton said the country has ad nearly seven years of un paralleled prosperity and prog ress under President Eisen howcrand is the party besi equipped to maintain He predicted the voters will ex press their confidence in the party next year Murder Charge Filed in Stabbing SIOUX CITY Kenneth W Muff 32 was held in jail with out bond Saturday on a murder charge in the fatal stabbing of an elderly neighbor woman last Tuesday The charge was filed Friday y Asst Police Chief Russell White Muff is charged stabbing tfrs Minnie Johnston 62 with a butcher knife in her home Officers said they had discov red no motive except Muffs YOU will not business latmentthat he had an urge tojbut will attract business over ill and had a mindtomind1 the long pull if you let the peo onversation with Mrs Johnpie know where you stand in ton be said the speaking program were Reps Fred Schengel of Dav enport H R Gross of Water loo C B Hoeven of Alton Ben Jensen of Exira arid Sen Thom as Iowa City Schwengel carrying on his battle against inflation said that the declining value of the dol lar has struck a cruel blow at thoseliving on retirement bene fits that there are 15 mil lion such Americans living on private and public pensions He said they represent a great for future Re publican success Gross said Republican hopes were boosted by passage of the labor reform bill HOEVEN DREW a rosier pic ture of Republican chances in Iowa to recapture the State louse and regain their dom nance in Congress He also said he party can win nationally on he same kind of platform of peace and prosperity that wrought victory to Conservatives n Great Britain or peace The Soviets want com plete disarmament but are will ing to consider other proposals 2 The Soviet Union supports Red Chinas determination to take Formosa until the ques tion is 3 the incidents on the indianChineseffontier es where they involved casualties and we hope they will not be repeated We hope the difficulties will be solved by V4 His visit to the States convinced him the ma jority of not want war and he feels they now un derstand better the Soviet de sire for peace 6 HE CALLED for withdrawal of foreign troops from South Korea to speed unification of the country 7 He declared the Soviet Un ion desired that not even the To Hear Union WASHINGTONHI The Su preme Court to hear the United Sleehvprkers Unions appeal of a TaftHartley law in junction that would send the striking steelworkers back to work for 80r days V This means the til next week when the court makes its decision on whether tolet the injunctionstand The court set Tuesday for oral ar guments The high courts action Fri day was a triumph for the un ion which is attacking the basic Martin outlined issues which le said will be most important n 1960 Preservation of peace will be foremost because peo le are thinking most aboutit iesaid Next he listed federal pending labor policies farm policies and taxation Jensen long an economy called on businessmen o back him up in an active way minutest hotbed of war should remain in Laos and said foreign countries ought not to interfere because of possible undesirable Western diplomatswere im pressed by the mild tone of the speech and pointed out to news men that there were no attacks on anybody even West Ger many a favorite whipping boy for the Soviets Hold Youth at Belmond in Shooting BELMOND Utt An 18year old farm worker apparently went berserk early Saturday and attempted unsuccessfully to shoot his employer officers said Russell Bower a parolee from the Anamosa Reformatory attempted to shoot Fred Sunt ken who farms six miles south east of here authorities said Deputy Sheriff Dale Walrod said Bower got up to do his farm chores then went to a ma chine shed and loaded a 22 cali ber rifle Bower went into a bathroom at the Suntken home and waited until Suntken came down Wai Memorial for Barnes A Leon Barnes Community Journalism Scholarship Fund at the Univer sity of Iowa has been announced by newspaper friends of the vet eran Northwood Anchor publish erf who succumbed Thursday night to a heart attack He was 65 years old and had been as sociated with the Anchor for 43 years The scholarship project is hasnever had a review by the Supreme Court in its 12 yearsof exist ence health and safety It fought the unions request for a review saying the constitutional argu ments a r e clearly without there is no need r e v i by this merit and for further Ifthe Supreme Court had de clined to hear the case it woult haveleft standing the ruling o a Philadelphiaappeals cour that the injunction is legal anc valid The appeals court had up held the original decision of a The government contends the Pittsburgh federal judge who is strike is affecting national prompted by concern over and education Barnes lifelong the recruitment of the brightest rod said Suntken told officers thai Bower threatened him Suntken young minds for a newspaper career in smaller communities such as Northwood The Anchor is one of the nations best known weeklies THE BARNES family has let it be known that help for this cause will be even more appre ciated than flowers at the funer al set for 2 oclock Sunday af ternoon at the Methodist Church here The Rev R Roland Ritler will preside over the services Burial will be in Sunset Rest Ceme tery The Connor Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements Gifts to the Barnes Memorial Fund are to be remitted to Carl Hamilton ofithe Iowa Falls Citi zenTimes it was announced HONORARY PALLBEARERS will be Don Reid West Des Moines Rapids said he grabbed the rifle and while they were grappling the gun discharged three times but no one was hit The youth was jailed GUNBOAT FIND VICKSBURG Miss Two skindivers said Friday they have discovered remains of a federal gunboat 97 years ago on the Yazoo River near here Ken Parks and Jim Hart said they brought lip two steel spikes from the Cairo believed sunk Jan 12 1862 Paul Smith Rock John Feuling New rlampton Gordon Aasgaard Mills Maurice Crabbe Eagle Grove S E Tennant Mfax Duane Dewel Algona 3wight Purcell Hampton Carl Hamilton Iowa Falls Sari Mason City Reeves a 11 Independence H M Mason City Clearing Saturday night lows 3440 Partly cloudy and warmer Sunday highs 50 55 Iowa Fair northwest mostly cloudy southeast not much change in temperatures Sat urday night lows in middle 30s northwest to lower 40s southeast Partly cloudy and a little warmer Sunday Minnesota Considerable cloudi ness through Sunday Lows Saturday night 2535 Highs Sunday 4252 GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 Saturday Maximum 51 Minimum 40 At 8 40 Precipitation 08 Year Ago Maximum 63 Minimum 30 FLOOD TOLL MEXICO CITY UPI Au thorities feared Saturday the death toll in a cyclonewhipped series of floods that wiped out ten West Coast communities Tuesday may rise as high as sued the injunction But the appealscourt while ruling against the union allowed the strike to continue unlil the union could take the issue to the highest court The nine jus tices now have extended this period of grace until they hand down their ruling In Pittsburgh lop negotiators for the union and steel compan ies met for an hour and a half Friday and reported no pro gress The negotiators made what appeared to be another perfunctory effort Saturday to settle the strike Neither the in dustry nor the United Steel workers made any comment prior to the opening of the Sat urday session Auto Crash Takes 2nd Victims Life CHEROKEE Pearl Cave 71 of near Cherokee died early Saturday of injuries received in a twocar collision about 10 miles northeast of here Wednes wife was killed out right in the accident Find No Clue as to Spot Last Contact Over Virginia CHARLOTTESVILLE Va Wl A twinenginee airliner with 27 persons aboard disappeared Friday night five minutes be fore it was to make a routine landing at this city in the foot hills of the Blue Ridge Moun tains By noon Saturday searchers said it was obvious the Pied mont Airlines DCS had gone wn just after receiving land ing instructions Several hundred searchers plodded through muck and drip ping underbrush trying to find a trace of the plane An earlier report that what might be the wreckage was spotted on near by Piney Mountain was de clared erroneous STATE POLICE and Civil Air Patrol spokesmen said some thing spotted on the lain but that it was not the missing plane A drizzle fog and mist ham pered search from the air Authorities believe the ship went down soon after it radioed the airport tower here for land ing instructions about Fri day night State police and Civil Air Pa trol teams combed three Vir ginia counties centering the ground hunt near the hamlet of Ruckersville There were two reports that residents had heard the sound lowflying plane and then what could have been an ex plosion NO RAIN was falling tha SAME tme of the planesdisappear ance and aircrafthad a ioot ceilingand 10 mile visibili ty Later in the evening a driz zling rain began The flight began in Washing on D C It was to have con Inued to Roanoke There were 2i passengers and 3 crew mem bers aboard Piedmont authorities w i t h held release of the passenger list pending next of kin notifi cation Full Patrol Force on Iowa Roads to Curb Traffic Toll DES MOINES W The Iowa Highway Patrols full force of 275 men look lo the roads again Saturday in another attempt to reduce the weekend traffic toll It also will be on duty Sunday Noting that there had been 40 deaths on Iowa highways in the last three weekends State Safe ty Commissioner D M Station said that all drivers arrested for moving traffic violations will be given summonses But he added If 40 deaths cant make an impression theres nothing I can say that LEAVE SCHOOL ELDORA Donald Luck 17 Waterloo and Ivan Jeffries 16 Des Moines walked away from the Eldora Training School for Boys Friday They had been working at an unsupervised dairy barn Johnny Jones Monticcllo Charles Strickland and John Veenker Lloyd Dillon Dr R L Olson and Hermit Paulson all of Nprthwood Active pallbearers North wood associates in the Anchor or in community affairs are John van der Linden Morris Bakke tun Kenneth Lien Larry Mc Cormick William Paschke and Glenn Tenold TRACTOR DEATH MACKSBURG W Bernard L Bennett 58 was killed Fri day when he fell beneath a wheel of a tractor he was driv ing at his farm near here Wisconsin Changes Laws to Combat Marriage Mill By JIM COLL SON Staff Writer A new Wisconsin family code is of special interest to North lowaris who became awareof a marriagemill situa tion existing in Iowas border county Mason City When the fnflux of oiitpfstate couples coming for quickie mar riages was peo ple asked What can Iowa do about The Wisconsin marriage and divorce law revision signed last Thursday by Gov Gaylord Nel son is one states answer The new law according to a special report from Bill Robbing Wisconsin State Journal staff writer makes it more difficult to get married or divorced in Wisconsin It is a major reco dification of present stafe laws THE LAW RAISES the mini mum age atwhicha girl can get married with consent of her par ents from 15 to 16 The law requires 30 days resi dence in a county where a mar riage license is applied for The law makes void mar riages of girls between 16 and 18 and boys between 18 and 21 un less consent of parents is ob tained The law takes the pewter to marry away from justices of the peace and court commissioners Accredited priests ministers and rabbis and judges of courts of record are theonly persons allowed to perform marriages under the new law The new law still allows per   

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