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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 25, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for Cif Y GIOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION VOL tt AuocUttd Presf United Prew InUrnatiOMl Fan iNewspopcr That Makes All North lowans wJ MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 25 Two No 41 Better plan for Berlin WASHINGTON Secretary of State Christian A Herter thinks the Western powers couldnegotiate with the Soviet Union a new and better plan for the future of disputed Berlin but he is by no means sure they will be able to do so in the summit discussions now foreseen This cautiously hopeful view was expressed by Herter at a news conference Tuesday when he struck back at criticism of the dministrations Berlin attitude uZ wiiT i 1 be star of 1 India fair Exhibit along with Ike should outstrip Russias By A T STEELE New York Herald Tribune News Service NEW DELHI The things are shaping up out the fairgrounds it looks as i the United States exhibit will make the biggest splash at In dias World Agriculture Fai opening here Dec 11 Its possible of course that the Russians or Chinese Com munists will come up sur prises but it will take some thing really sensational to grab oiced by former Secretary of tate Dean Acheson in a speech ast week Acheson contended that an ef ort to make a Berlin deal with he Soviet Union would result imply in defeat for the West Negotiation Acheson said is nly a polite misleading phrase or a retreat and an acceptance Russian Herter told questioning re porters that what Acheson had done was to build up a num er of straw men and then mock them ACHESON assumed he said that Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev is standing on the same position he proclaimed year ago when he exploded the Berlin crisis by threatening to force the United States Britain and Franceto pull out of West Berlin Actually Herter said the So viet position has moved a very long way from that Furthermore H e rt e r said Acheson lacked any grounds for assuming that we were nec essarily going to make conces sions which would be detrimen 700 checked at show Even sfeers are rigged CHICAGO UP1 Teams of veterinar ians were checking about 700 steers Wednes day in a move to prevent rigging at the Inter national Live Stock Exposition Officials said evidence indicating that 47 of 291 steers entered in junior livestock feeding competition might havebeen improperly fitted has been gathered The 47 steers were re examined and the results were to be reported to Arlie Mucks vice president of the exposi tion who will take the matter to the shows board for action Dr L M Cropsey Cassopolis said We made a survey of steers entered here over the past several years and it was evident that some unethical fitting was going on He explained that unethical fitting is any at tempt to change the contour of a steer through artificial means Dr Cropsey said We found evidence that oil and air had been injected into a few of the animals to improve their on a steers hide are evidence of Veterinarians also were checking each steers teeth because of a system of correlat in dental development with steer age which has been developed William E Ogilvie sec retary of the show said it serves as a pre caution against switching a mature steer into a younger age class M n h CAPE CANAVERAL Wi moon is about to move across the sky like a target in a celestial shooting gallery and the United States is ready to take a shot at it The attempt is expected to come Thursday A towering AtlasAble rocket stands on its pad here waiting the signal to blast into space Standing nearly 10 stories high the rocket holds a 375pound stellite which scientists hope will go into orbit about the J AP Photofai thing really sensational to grab tal to tne preservatioa of West the spotlight from the excitingjBerims American Herter said the Western pow Architecturaily in any case rs should be able to agree in 3aris next month on a proposed the U S has a strong lead with the imaginative creations of Minoru Yamazaki Birming ham Mich His islands of con crete domes looking from afar like huge golden parasols will catch the eye of every visitor entering the Fairs main gate Between and behind these gay clusters are the main buildings of the exhibit to be packed with interesting displays ranging from century old American farm implements much like those in general use in India to day to an atomic reactor WHATS GOING on in the Soviet Pavilion next door is no too clear but indications ar that the Russians plan to fea ture their moon rockets a n space program possibly alon a demonstration of the ap plication of atomic energy to agriculture They have an nounced their intention of bring ing in 70 tractors for exhibition also models and photographs galore to demonstrate the prog ress of agriculture under the Soviet system The huge rectangular Soviet pavilion looked pretty plain out wardly until the Russians be gan building an elaborate 60 foot archway over the entrance This glamorization is intended apparently to enable the Soviet Pavilion to compete more ef fectively with the nearby glitter of the American exhibit As for the Chinese Communists who came back into the fair recent ly after pulling out they are said to be transplanting bodily to India an agricultural exhibit which has had a successful run in China NATHANIEL KNOWLES gen eral manager of the American exhibit said construction work on the exhibit is 85 per cent date for a Big Four summit meeting and he knows of no plan to delay such a meeting until 1961 as London reports lave speculated THE BERLIN issue is one of the major topics due for discus sipnwith Khrushchev summit meeting is held proba bly next spring The present position of West ern forces in West Berlin is based on warwon rights FLUNKS AT UNIVERSITY Denali supposedly a purebred malemute and Denali flunked He s turned out to be a Eskimo dog given when a pup to the droopyeared droopytailed but sim University of Washington by the Uni ply lovable pooch Now with the versity of Alaska ismore than a little Washington grid teamheaded for the sad Students and fans wanted Denali Rose Bowl the search is on for a Husky for a proper mascot for the schools ath mascot a sharpeared furryfaced letic teams nicknamed Huskies But curlytailed thing of canine beauty moon The most favorable timefor the attempt is a fourday pe riod starting early Thursday is tough because have only a few Nixons position similar to that of Toff Living costs again hit record high WASHINGTON W Living costs rose to a new peak in Oc tober It was the sixth record set in seven months The Labor Department an nounced Wednesday that its consumer price index rose two tenths of one per cent to per cent of the 194749 base pe jriod This is iVi per cent higher Mason City Mostly cloudy snow and warmer Wednesday night lows 2530 Snow con tinuing Thursday morning and ending in afternoon Turning colder Thursday highs 2529 Snow accumulation of 1 to 3 inches Winds becoming north erly 3040 miles an hour Wed The chance of success is greater in this period because the paths of the earth and moon as they orbit about the sun are most closely aligned The task missilemen minutes time bracket each day in which to launch the Atlas Able TlK optimum period occurs only every 28 days Failure to get the rocket off by Sunday would mean a postponement un til late December IF SUCCESSFUL the four stage AtlasAble would take days to reach the vicinity of the moon about miles away NEW YORK confiden tial analysis left by the late Sen loss of the presulentlal nomination on New York finan cial interests and a majority of the press The New York Times Wed Silver anniversary Minister who has wed thousands to be feted NASHUA A minister who has married thousands will be feted Sunday on his own sil ver wedding anniversary The Little Brown Church in the Vale has arranged an open house in the church par lors from 2 to 5 in honor of its pastor and wife the Rev and Mrs Glenn L Utter back Mr Utterback is the 27th pastor of the noted Iowa shrine where more than 000 couples have been He has served as pastor for the last seven years THE UTTERBACKS were married Nov 29 1934 at Cen tral Christian Church Dan ville 111 Mrs Utterback nee Ruth Hendrickson had served as a public health and ortho pedic nurse in Illinois They complete and that he hopes to have everything in readiness by Dec days before the of ficial opening by President Ei senhower The American ex hibit is expected to cost about million including the expense of maintenance for the period of the fair Knowles said about twothirds of this cost would be paid for with rupees accumu lated in India to the credit of the United States under the surplus grain purchase pro gram The fair will be run until Feb 14 according to the official pro gram but may be extended two weeks The American sector occupies five acres the largest space taken by any exhibitor In the words of an American by stander With all this and Ei senhower too how can we lose When this reporter visited the fairgrounds Indian laborers swarm ing all over the grounds in the final stretch to get all exhibits in shape by opening date Ten thousand workers are employed on this job Indian officials say its the first agricultural fair ever to be held on a world scale and tht biggest fair ever for India have a son Luther Ellsworth 12 The couple has served Con gregational Churches at Cal umet Fort Worth and Angola before com ing to Nashua Performing marriages in no new facet of the ministry for Mr Utterback At Angola Mr Utterback was the min ister of the Chapel in the Gar den It is a miniature Gothic cathedral with stained glass windows and seating capacity for 12 Mr Utterback said he was privileged to have helped with the design and Mr Utterback said there are more mar r i a g e s per formed there than at any oth er place in the United States He explained that Angola is in the center of one of the largest industrial areas in the world UNTIL THIS YEAR there has been no waiting period for marriages in Indiana In Ohio a girl is not considered of age until she is 21 So the little chapel at Angola was a marriage mecca for persons from Indianapolis Chicago Detroit and many other large cities In his 25 years of ministry Mr Utterback has performed approximately marriages of them at The Little Brown Church The last year he was at Angola he per formed more than nesday published the complete ext of the memor andum beforg Tafifdied of cancer in 1953 The newspaper said in a Washingtondispatch that the Taft analysis dismissed the longheld political thesis that D Eisenhowers nomi nation resulted from a series of tactical errors by Taft forces at the Republican convention dealing with rules changes and contested delegations THE WASHINGTON Evening Star said in a story Tuesday hat appearance of the memo Decame the subject of discussion in some GOP circles because of a prospective battle between than in October 1958 AS A RESULT of the rise about workers will ge increases under labor con costof iveday Iowa Temperatures will average below normal Thursday through next Mon Rockefeller of NewYork for the Pay increases uncier la Republican most of i Tn tllG Jiic lui i story said Vice President Richard M Nixon and Gov Nelson A Therise for most of them wi Nixonspdsilion atjbe a cent an hour These work this time isers are principally m auto d e d as farm equipment electrical man s o m e w h a t ufacturing and aircraft produ similar to that 15on industries in Taft at About workers in Loc a comparable heed Aircraft and the Alli neriod before Chalmers farm equipment com fhe 952 get 2cent hour vention Now Pav raises as then there A MAJOR factor in the co is a challenger ofliving increase was in tran having dealer sal ful but so far prices for new 1960 model au NIXON u n r e vealed mobiles plus the effect of t support among the Eastern centagallon federal ga terests It was such a challenger Dwight D nesday night Thursday continuing Then retro reverse rockets are to be ignited by ground sig nal to slow the payload so it will be attracted by the lunar gravitational field The United States hopes to be the first nation to place a satel lite in orbit about the moon Scientists here believe this would be a greater achievement than either of the Soviet Unions last two Lunik shots One of day Only minor daily tern perature changes are expected jt until a warming trend toward the end of the period After noon be fromthe these hit the moon The other hurled a satellite into a wide or around the moon and the earth lower 30s in the north to the mid to upper 30s in the south Overnight lows will be from the mid teens in the north to the lower 20s in the south Precipitation will average 1 20 of an inch occurring a occasional rain or smn throughout the period Minnesota Light snow in south continued cold Highs Thurs PAYLOAD con tains a camera to photograph the lunar surface including the dark side which Lunik III cap tured on film for the first lime The AtlasAble satellite also contains instruments to study and relay information on the moons environment The shot had been planned for September before Russia put its Lunik around the moon But day 1020 GlobeGazette weather up to 8 a m Wednesday Maximum Minimum the Taft nomina Snow blows into Iowa Snow began swirling into Iowa Wednesday and was expected to lay a blanket of white one to three inches deep over most o the state by Thanksgiving morn ing The snowfall began in the northwest and was expected to overspread the state Wednes day night and continue in the central and east Thursday ac companied by strong northerly winds up to 30 to 40 Light snow began falling in Mason City shortly after 1 p m The storm was due to bring colder temperatures Thursday with highs ranging from the mid 20s to the mid 30s Lows Wed nesday were to be 20 to 26 north east and 26 to 36 in the south west By noon the snowfall already had made highways slippery in sheltered areas around Sioux City Storm Lake Spirit Lake and to the northwest On tfie inside Editorial Page 4 Society 67 Mason City News 89 Sports 1112 Clear Lake 14 IS Latest Markets North Iowa News IB who blocked Taft gave these causes of his defeat FIRST IT was the power of the New York financial interests and a large number of business men subject to New York influ ence who had selected Gen line tax imposed in October Food costs declined three tenths of one per cent but all other major groups of goods and services went up POPE IS 78 VATICAN CITY John XXIII quietly celebrated his 78th birthday Wednesday thespecial Atlas launcher blew dataj up in a ground test and the shot had to be delayed Another At las was groomed for the task and has been marking time waiting for the most favorable conditions Theinstrument package was not on the illfated Atlas and has been kept in storage for this weeks attempt 31 13 THE REV AND MRS GLENN UTTERBAGK 1 SAME DATE1958S30 Eisenhower as their candidate at least a year ago Second fourfifths of the in fluential newspapers in the country were opposed to me ontinuously and vociferously nd many turned themselves nto propaganda sheets for my In Cincinnati Robert A Taft said There has never been n y attempt to suppress this memo My father wanted those ho backed him for the presi ential nomination in 1952 to now that he did not blame icm for the loss of the nomina He said all his fathers pa pers including the memo are n the Library of Congress Hell be back in pen on Thanksgiving day DES MOINES Hen ry Gibson 55 will eat Thanks living dinner at the Iowa Peni tentiary but it will be nothing new for him Gibson who has spent 22 of his last 24 years in Iowa jails and prisons pleaded guilty Tuesday to passing a bad check for and asked that he be sent to Fort Madison in time for his holiday repast District Judge Wade Clarke obliged after sentencing Gibson to one year IOWAN ELECTROCUTED WATERLOO Sim RUSS SPACE SCIENTISTS HERE Visiting Russian scientists listen as Prof James Van Allen back to cam era explains the instrumentation used for cosmic ray research Left to right AP Photofax are Profs V L Krassovsky A A Bla gonravov V G Kostomarov interpre ter Theodore Strelkoff L I Sedov Y Galkin and George Ludwig SUI gradu ate student from Tiffin Next Russian space effort Closeup pictures of Mars IOWA CITY sci entists who succeeded in photo graphing the hidden side of the moon also hope to take closeup pictures of Mars in the near fu Tuesday night by Leonid I Se dov leading Soviet space sci entist who first announced the photographing of the moon Sedov and three other Rus ture ons 29 Waterloo was killed j Thcy have the equipment nee Tuesday when a steel t0 scnd a man into space ing tape came into contact withbut no way yet to get him back O sian scientists and their intermoon rockets figure in the satellite pro gram SEDOV DELJVERED an eve ning lecture largely devoted to the technical side of the Soviets preter spent Tuesday around the physics department of the State University of Iowa as He said that besides the safe ty aspects for thejr manin space the Russians also want electric transformer at theisafcly iguests of Dr James Van Allen to be sure he can operate with John Deere Works here i These observations were madelhead of the department and topjout the help of automatically   

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