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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 19, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Dqily Newspaper Edited for tht ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The Newspaper That Makes All North I owans Neighbors HOME EDITION VOL 98 Allocated nd United Pres Full Wirn MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY NOVEMBER If 1959 f 7e Copy JTHU Paper CoruisU rf Tour SectionSection tt Iowas greatest need Ask flood control Inventions sought by military Laundry that uses no water near top of the list By FRANK ELEAZAR WASHINGTON UPI The military is outwith a new list of its mostwanted inventions in cluding one machine to measure the GI for his suit and another to decide whether it fits Since George Washingtons time judgments like these have been made by sergeants and few privates have been heard to complain But the authorities now have decided this injects a confusing set of personal into what could be a simple me chanical process Well I always knew it was something THE SERVICES in the lunar age admit feeling a need for a field laundry that uses no water also for a better water heater a new coldwater detergent for use when the hot water is gone and paper uniforms that wont have to bd washed but will be thrown away after wearing A list published by the Nation al Inventors Council shows these military mousetraps that need bettering They need a glue to fasten dy namite sticks on wet oily un even rusty or dirty bridge pil ings for purposes of blowing them tip Theyd like another glue gether in have to be5 BETTER YET says t h Army how about a shelter the soldier can squeeze out of a tube or something in the form of foamed plastic Then he can crawl in out of the cold and open his selfheating irradiated dehydrated chow provided somebody comes up soon with the heating device a radiation system that works and a port able gismo to heat the water to rehydrate the chow Thats if he has any water of course Even then said the council he will probably turn up his nose when he opens the can So please do some work on pleasant odors and tastes the Army asks our inventors so we can also add them to the chow THE AIR FORCE has a fine plastic helmet for fighting fires Now it wants somebody to figure how the fire fighters can breathe when they wear it without fog ging the face piece The Air Force also wants a new altimeter that will keep count up to 100 miles out in space While working that out it says please figure a way to put some kind of milestones up there so the pilot can know where he is when theres nothing what ever in sight Im sorry to report theyve still got bugs in Uie Army The brass wants not only some new repellants and insecticides good for not less than 12 hours also some solid dope on the behavior patterns of in sects so they will know better how to combat em ELEMENTARY CASE OLYMPIA Wash OP An examiner in the state auditor office was excused from jurj duty in a murder case Wednes day Examiner Sherlock Holme said hed read about the case in the newspapers and made som deductions New Brunsdale chosen BISMARCK N D UPI Gov John Davis Thursday named former Gov Norman Brunsdale to succeed the late Wil liam Linger as U S senator Brunsdale who served three terms as state senator was appointed to the vacancy just 11 days after the maverick Repub lican died in his Washington home Brunsdalc a Republican will serve under the appointment the June election at which a succes sor will be elected to serve out the remainder of Langers term Linger was reelected a year ago to a fourth term Davis said Brunsdale had reluctantly agreed to accept the appointment Only a week ago Brunsdale said he had rejected overtures because he had committed his support to former Re publican national committeeman Milton Rue Bismarck VAPOR CLOUD A sodium vapor rocket from Wallops Island looks like a huge ligft bulb as it lit over Worcester Mass TheilAre helps scientists study wind currents at high altitudes It was visible for hundreds of miles along the East ern Coast Rinord in report at inquiry Iowa host to hearing DES MOINES ft A far reaching program of expanded water conservation based on extensive research and collec tion of data about future needs was recommended by the state of Iowa Thursday The states recommendations were submitted to a Senate Select Committee on National Water Resources here by Park Rinard administrative assistant to Gov HerscheL Loveless The recommendations were drawn up by the official agen cies of Iowa that have responsi bilities in the water resources field He listed flood control on the border and internal rivers of Iowaas the greatest single need in the water resources field today and perhaps in the foreseeable HE POINTED OUT that two recent floods on relatively small 1953 Floyd River flood that claimed 14 lives and the 1958 Nishnabotna River del uge that cost 18 caused more than minion in property damage Rinard emphasized that there does not appear to be any over all shortage of water in Iowa But he noted that Iowas water use is expected to double by 1980 and said there are local AP lareas where shortages may pc Berries cleared for use But one lot held in Iowa mm ITS A GIRL EVERYBODY Mrs Marvin Maltz Newark smilingly looks out from her hospital window at a sign displayed by her husband announc ing the birth of their first child Jane AP Photofax Ellen The sign in appropriate pink hangs from the roof of a sign company where Maltz the proud daddio is em ployed If elected Kennedy would want Stevenson in Cabinet WASHINGTON Wl The gov rnment Thursday approved a plan for making plentiful sup lies of uncontaminated jerries available for Thanks giving Secretary Arthur S Flemming of the Department of Health Education and Welfare said lots of cranberries already tested and found to be uncontaminated may be marketed if they con tain this statement Examined and passed by the Food and Drug Administration of the U S Department of Health Education and Wei CRANBERRIES from lots totaling more than four million pounds alreadyhave been tested and found to be free of contami nation from the week killer aminotriazole The action came on the heels of the seizure for the first time in Iowa of a lot of fresh berries from Wiscon sin Government officials said the berries were shipped from Wis onsin Rapids Nov 5 to Water on and are now in the ware louse of a produce company here The Welfare Department in Washington announced late Vednesday it has filed action o seize the shipment consisting of87 cases of 24 onepound bags of fresh berries lason City Mostly cloudy oc casional drizzle or freezin drizzle Thursday night and Friday Warmer Thursday night low mid 20s High Fri day mid 30s owa Cloudy with occasiona drizzle or freezing drizzle Thursday night and Friday Somewhat warmer Thursday night lows 20s north to lower 30s south Highs Friday 30s north to 40s south Further cloudy with occasional drizzle or freezin drizzle and turning a little colder Minnesota Flurries a littl colder Highs Friday 2535 GlobeGazette weather data u o 8 Thursday Maximum 40 Minimum 14 At 8 14 SAME DATE1958520 IOWA SAFETY DEPARTMENT FIGURES Alack means raffle death In 14 hours use by far the greatest amount of water in Iowa Rinard said He estimated that 20 to 22 inches of water per acre are needed annually for normal production That amounts he said to 500 billion gallons a year more than 20 times all other uses of today It is estimated that all other uses of water in the state are around 635 billion gallons annually he said MAJOR PROBLEMS Iowa faces he said are these Charles City school theft CHARLES CITY Police hursday were investigating a obbery at the Charles City Community High Some imc Wednesday night approxi mately was taken from Jhe afes in the senior and junior high schools Police Chief Kermit Binger said the burglars gained en rance by jerking open the south door to the building Theyj be used as it comes from the then broke a hole through the By EARL MAZO New York Herald News Service PORTLAND John F Kennedy has told friends that if he is elected pres ident his first choice for secre tary of state would be Adlai E Stevenson It was further learned that during his latest stumping tour of California and the Massachusetts Senator a 1 s o stated privately that he would not accept the vice persidential nomination under any circum stances SEN KENNEDY has been plagued by rumors that he is really dent and by from some Democratic leaders that he do so The ticket proposed on occasion is Stevenson for president and Sen Kennedy for vice president Mention of such a ticket re walls to both safes The lock was knocked off the senior high safe but was not broken on the other On the inside Society 67 Editorials North Iowa Clear Lake News Comics Mason City News Sports Latest Markets New steel industry offer turned down Too nice to last Rain and snow due for lowans Warm weather lingered in Iowa Thursday but apparently its too good to I a s t The Weather Bureau said rain and snow is expected in the north west Friday T h u r s d a ys temperatures were about the same as those Even with a high degree of highs Conservation agriculture in of water for some instances tends to diminish the surface runoff needed by some cities and industries Ground water is unevenly dis tributed in Iowa and some of it has too much mineral content to portedly has caused the Sena or to confide his impressio that Stevenson would be an deal secretary of state This las occurred mostly in recent weeks and especially after Sen Kennedys exceptionally s u c cessful 10day campaign through the FarWest The tour bolstered his confidence that he can be nominated by the Democratic Convention next July and elected Several Western Democrats IN MINNEAPOLIS Norman E Foster chemist with tha Federal Food and Drug Admin istration said samples of the cranberries were found to be contaminated R M Keller manager of the Hoxie Fruit Co at Waterloo con but only 50 or 60 cases were ordered withheld from sale The Waterloo seizure was one of two on which the government moved Wednesday The other as the remainder of a 1958 ground sewage and waste treatment stream flows must be main tained to dilute wastes after they come from the treatment plants Rinard submitted these rec ommendations for action 1 AH water resources pro grams should be speeded up and expanded These include flood control navigation irrigation power recreation fish and wild life pollution abatement muni cipal watershed and soil con servation projects ranged from 33 at Dubuque to 53 at Council Bluffs Mason ity had 40 Increasing cioud iness is likely over the state 2 COLLECTION pretation of basic AND inter information concerning water resources should be expanded to provide adequate data for present and future planning Ground water reserves should be Kenncdy Stevenson Cylinder woman victim of crash JEFFERSON Alma Naig 54 Cylinder was killed Wednesday when the car in which she was riding was Friday with snow in the under a semitrailer west spreading over the stale Friday night and Saturday intimately associated with the ienators campaign told the lerald Tribune News Service he s convinced that his hard driving efforts among Demo crats throughout the country have succeeded Sen Kennedy exudes confidence now that most of the nations Democrats want him as their presidential standard bearer IN HIS OPINION however only one thing can deny him the religion Sen Kennedy has vigorously declared to close friends tha he regards a mans religion to be a mean demagogic issui that should not be used for o against any candidate If his being a Roman Catho lie bars him from becoming the nominee he reportedly has saic Iowa Falls voters give approval to junior high school IOWA Voters here Wednesday passed overwhelm ingly a bond issue of for a new junior high school There were ballots cast The pro posal was favored to 185 There were 21 spoiled ballots ruck The accident occurred at the unction of Highways 17 and 30 just north of here PITTSBURGH ba sic steel industry Thursday disclosed it had submitted a new contract proposal to the United Steelworkers Union Tbe union promptly an nounced rejection of the offer The union in a formal state ment said the industry pro posal was made last Sunday and was turned down the same day Tbe new proposal the union said represents virtually no change from the proposition the company made last Oct 17 That offer was rejected by the 171member Wage Policy Committee The union estimated the latest 9ffer as being worth about 24 cents an hour over the threeyear period It esti mated the previous offer at cents an hour In disclosing the latest of fer R Conrad Cooper chief industry negotiator estimated it would cost the companies 30 cents an hour over a three year period The industry val ued the Oct 17 offer at cents an hour over the three year period On the basis of the indus trys two estimates the new proposal is an improvement of sixtenths of a cent over three years Some steelworkers returned to their jobs Nov 7 under an 80day TattHartley injunction after a 116day na tionwide strike The injurfc tion expires Jan 26 The in junction specifies that work be resumed under terms of the old contract It provided for an average hourly wage an hour of alyzed and catalogued as to site for the new school al ability Iready has been obtained Con 3 Congress should clarify the esponsibilities of the federal government and the states re arding distribution of water linard said Iowa is particularly concerned about construction vilh federal funds of irrigation projects that will give others a vested interest and perpetual right in water now available for use in Iowa 4 A stable 9foot navigation channel should be established in the Missouri River as far up struction will start as soon as possible Completion date has been set for the beginning jf the 196162 school year Mikoycms motives in Mexico studied MEXICO CITY If Anaslas I Mikoyan came to Mexico to increase SovietMexican trade he is beginning with the soil he would not permit the party to salve its conscience or try to entice the socalled Catholic vote by giving him the seconc spot on the ticket stream as Sioux City sell The Soviet first deputy pre 5 Economic studies should befmicr his governments top for undertaken to determine the eign business promoter ignored i tnc subject in his initial call Wednesday night on Foreign most effective use of water re sources through multipurpose projects with emphasis on recre ation municipal uses pollution abatement flood control navi gation irrigation power and other uses 6 A broad program of re search is needed to increase ef ficiency in water use Minister Manuel Tello Mikoyan officially came to Mexico City to open a Soviet tradeand scienti fic exhibit Saturday But there has been widespread suspicion that his real purpose was to ad vance the Kremlins economic penetration into Latin America ack of canned cranberries hipped from Bridgeton o Detroit Mich These actions brought the umber of government seizures o seven The Welfare Department pro gram was started after discov ery that part of the 1959 cran erry crop in the Pacific North west contained residues of ami notriazole a weed killer which las produced cancer in labora tory experiments on rats KELLER SAID at Waterloo that he has another wholesale supply of cranberries that are above suspicion District Attorney F E Van Alstine at Sioux City said the welfare department in Washington sent him a tele gram concerning action to be aken on the Waterloo cranber ries Van Alstine said he is not dis turbed about the cranberry sit uation and he expects to have them for Thanksgiving dinner The Waterloo produce com pany manager said the cran berry scare had already cost his firm a business loss of 000 to but Keller added I ate a big bowlful of stewed cranberries for break fast We like them at our ST NICHOLAS ARRIVES Dutch youngsters line the streets to welcome St Nicholas Hollands counter part of Santa Glaus as he makes his traditional pre Christmas entry into Amsteidam His white charger takes the place of Santas reindeerdrawn Ford to halt Edsel output DETROIT Motor Co announced Thursday it ii iscontinuing production of its kJsel line of cars which were ntroduced only two years ago n the 1958 model year The company said retail sales f the Edsel line have been particularly disappointing and considerably below sales in the periods following 1959 and 1958 model A Ford spokesman said he did lot know exactly when the pro luction would halt but that it vould be as soon as JUPITER FIRED CAPE CANAVERAL F 1 a workhorse Jupiter IRBM rumbled flver the Atlantic to its 18th test flight success Wednesday night enhancing its role as a threeinone military and space missile ft   

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