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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 19, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for VOL M MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The Newspaper That Makes All North lowans Neighbors MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY APRIL 19 1960 7c Copy Paper Consists of Two Scclionsscclion OCB AMoelatcd Preit and United Prcii International Full Wirei ia 1 New tools m in weather I forecasts WILLIAM B DICKINSON Jr GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON Orbiting of earths first weather satellite gave man a spectacular new instrument to aid in weather forecasting As Tiros whizzes around the world 450 miles out in space its two television cameras have been taking pictures of clouds over the earth and sending them back to ground stations in Ha waii and New Jersey When this satellite is joined by more ad vanced orbiting companions knowledge of weathermaking forces will be greatly expanded Meteorologists then presum ably will be able to score much better marks in weather fore casting They may even find out how to modify the weather up to a point AN IMPROVEMENT in long range weather forecasting which is considerably more dif ficult than the far from per f e c t daytoday forecasting would yield economic savings of millions of dollars to agricul ture commerce and industry Effective rainmaking projects in areas now arid also would bring large benefits Studies conducted in 1957 and 1958 as a part of the International Geo physical Year added greatly to the information needed for 3ongr a n g e forecasting and weather control However all the knowledge required to turn weather prediction into an exact science has not yet been found Development of rockets and satellites has given meteorolo gists new tools to probe the mysteries of weather forces Government scientists are set ting up a network of weather rocket stations to check atmos pheric conditions up to 40 miles above the as high as weather balloons can reach Daily rocket firings are planned throughout the year The con templated system of weather satellites has still greater poten tialities THE FIRST concerted re search program in longrange forecasting was instituted in the 1930s Fiveday forecasts started coming from the Weather Bureau in 1940 and 30 day forecasts in 1946 The five d a y forecasts predict the weather for each of the five suc ceeding days The 30day forecasts are lim ited to predictions of average temperatures in terms of above or below normal and to pre dictions of precipitation de scribed as light moderate or heavy But the margin of er ror is high Last January for example the Weather Bureau predicted abovenormal tem peratures for 30 days in Florida a week before the state was plunged into a prolonged cold spell A 30day hurricane forecast begun in 1957 was discontinued the next year under a barrage of complaints from Florida tourist interests Sen Spessard L Holland DFIa excoriated the Weather Bureau for pre dicting 45 possible hurricanes of which not one materialized METEOROLOGISTS have had almost no success in try ing to predict tornadoes more than 24 hours in advance How ever Francis W Reichelderfer chief of the Weather Bureau has said that the weather satel lies may enable early detection of hurricanes spawned any where over vast oceanic areas and lead also to solution of the tornado observation problem in tornado alley of the Unitec Stales Proficiency In extended fore casting remains a longrange aim of m e t e o rologists but Weather Bureau emphasis at present appears to be on re finement of the 24hour and 48 hour forecasts New electronic computer systems new auto matic observation stations and a new radar stormwarning net work are counted on to bring about more accurate predictions for the short term Weather modification projects in the United States have been confined so far to local efforts to induce rain by cloud seeding and to efforts to break up or change the direction of hurri canes by similar methods Rain making ventures have had only limited or inconclusive results and hurricanes have been stub bprnly resistant to human tam pering Violence grows in South Korea y Army called in AP Pliotolnx LOVE AND MARRIAGE The beauty of young Tavares They plan to wed this summer At right love and motherhood is unmatchable and here are former Miss Universe Carol Morris shows off her two perfect illustrations At left singer Jill Corey new son Christopher born to her and her husband has nothing but affection in her eyes as she holds hands with her fiance Brazilian diplomat Antonio Houston oilman E G Burke Carol of course was born and reared at Ottumwa My Fair Lady packs em in Russ go USmusical MOSCOW capaci ty Russian audience includ ing many who could not speak a word of English laughed and applauded itself giddy Monday night over Broad ways My Fair Lady The feeling was entirely mutual Pretty girl dancers wept unabashedly at the over whelming reception for the American stage production brought here under the cul tural exchange program Every one of us came off the stage in tears said dancer Claudia Kobelt Berke ley Calif II was the most fabulous thing that ever hap pened to us An estimated 1800 persons in Moscows Red Army The ater clapped and cheered so wildly and so often that much the dialogue and some of the singing was lost For many of the Russians words were incidental any way They did not know any English and drew their thrill from the music dancing dazzling sets and costumes At the end of the first American musical come dy to reach ova lion lasted a full 10 minutes punctuated by shouts of bra vo and which is Rus sian for encore The cast headed by Lola Fisher in the role of the Cock ney flower vendor Eliza Doo ittle and Edward Mulhare as Prof Henry Higgins the ornery speech tutor who teaches her Kings English came back five curtain calls The music from My Fair Lady is not new to the Rus sians Tunes like I Could Have Danced All Night and Ive Grown Accustomed to Her Face have been broadcast by Radio Moscow Nevertheless to the Russian audience as to audiences in New York and London in the past several years it was a thrill to hear the songs in their natural setting the George Bernard Shaw play on which the music is based is well known to Soviet Iheatergoes Its nol as funny as I ex pected said one Russian Why didnt you send over Oklahoma But comments like that were the exception All we want to know is this isnt the last time we will see your American musical comedy said another Rus sian Wont there be another one How about West Side Story Give us some more De Gaulle welcomed to Canada OTTAWA Oil Presi dent Charles dc Gaulle arrivct Monday night for a 17day visit to the Western Hemisphere in eluding prcsuminil talks in 01 tawa and Washington He will spend four days u Canada and a week in the United Stales before concluding his 17000milc trip with a visi to French Caribbean territories THIS IS THE first visit of the1 69yearold French leader to North America since 1915 The reception in Ottawa was argc and noisy While the visit will be mostly ocial diplomatic officials bc ieve his talks with Canadian tncl US leaders will consliiulc in important part of Western preparations for the May summit conference DeGaulle will mecl Prime Minister John Diefcnbakcr twice Tuesday for private con versations Also taking part in the talks will be Maurice Couvc de Mur viile and Howard Green th French and Canadian forcigi ministers N ews m a utshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES NEWARK light voting was reported in New Jerseys primary elec tion despite a bitter campaign for the Republican nomina tion for US senator between incumbent Clifford P Case a liberal and Robert Morris selfproclaimed guardian of the partys conservative wing VALDOSTA high school at Hahira Ga closed following the resignation of the entire faculty because the county board of education failed to back them in a con troversy over the paddling of a student North Iowa Generally fair and warmer Tuesday night lows upper 40s Farlly cloudy con tinued mild Wednesday highs 6872 Iowa Generally fair and warm er Tuesday night lows 46 northeast to 56 southwest Partly cloudy Wednesday cooler northwest high upper 60s northwest to mid 70s south east Further cloudy and cooler Thursday Minnesota Partly cloudy show ers Highs Wednesday 5565 data Murder victim turns out to be beaten but not dead IOWA intensive search for a suspected murder victim was successful late Mon day night But when found the victim wasnt dead City county and state authori ties set out on a probe of the suspected murder of transient Carl Wallace Witnesses had told police they saw three transients go into a hobo jungle area near here and only two of them came out The of them spattered with arrested and jailed FORT MADISON Henry Muerhoff claims to be the oldest new member in the his tory of the Loyal Order of the Moose He has just been in itiated at the age of 102 man carrying a fourfoot long steel pole with a hook on the end and a com panion walked into a bakery shop Mrs Carmen Eccles shop owner wondered what the pole was for but said GlobeGazette weather up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum Minimum At 8 am YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum The search for the suspected murder victim spread through the jungle area and dragging operations were even started in the nearby Iowa River But about pm Wallace was found beaten but alive He was reported in good condition in a local hospital Police had found a bloody shirt in the search before Wal lace was found No determination has been made yet as to what will be done with the two unidentified transients CANADA AS an ardent sup porter of the North Atlanti Treaty Organization has taker an active part in drafting West ern strategy As a member of the Westcrr disarmament team in Gcncv talks Canada has played a ke role in arms negotiations major subject for summit dis cussions The most important diplo malic talks however are ex pected to take place after D Gaulle arrives in Washington Friday He and President Eisenhowc will begin their conversation Saturday at the President Gettysburg farm De Gaulle i expected to urge the US ad ministration to share atomic sc crets with France On the inside Editorials Page1 Clear Lake News Society News 8910 Sports 1314 Comics 15 Latest Markets 16 HERO IS Jorps is honoring AT Ilintofnx 19 The Marine Major Von Luckricr 115 last surviving nembcr of its World War II 9 division Nearly blind and oing deaf the dog now is 19 ycarsold but sltli is an im posing figure in his dress jlues lie was wounded in one Pacific balllc while drag ging an injured Marine to safety lie wears a steel plate in his head He was awarded the Purple Heart He now is owned by leunn Plait Los Angeles US warns Cuba of dangers by communism WASHINGTON UPI The United States Tuesday called on Prime Minister Fidel Castro of Cuba to realize the danger which international commu nism poses to his and other rce countries In a statement issued by the State Department this govern ment also came the closest yet 0 branding Castro a dictator It said one of the hallmarks of dictatorship such as that of Hitler and Mussolini was the muzzling of the free press It noted that 95 per cent of Cubas press is under government control The biting U S statement was issued by State Department Press Officer Lincoln White when he was asked to comment on Castros charges that the U S appears to have adopted a policy that in other times served to advance fascism Castro had said in his semi official newspaper Rcvolticion that there was some similar ity in American policy to that Tactics of Rhee in election hit SEOUL South Korea lent demonstrations against President Syngman Rhces tac tics killed and wounded scores of persons including several policemen in South Koreas ma jor cities Tuesday Khcc called out the army clamped down martial law and imposed local censorship But ho rioting raged into the night in defiance of the governments Newspapers checking hospi ais said they counted 81 killed ncl more than 300 wounded ia Seoul alone The wounded in cluded two American civilians THE DEATH TOLL appeared sure to go higher in the oul rcaks protesting government strongarm methods in last months ejection The riots brought an unusual expression of concern from the United Stales for the demon stralors grievances The Unilcd Slates foughl a Ihrce year war in Korea to keep tha Communists from capluring the Mason City News 1617 jbf Hitler Mussolini and Gener News 19 jalisimo Francisco Franco of North Iowa News 22 Spain 63 39 52 43 35 nothing Suddenly the man thrust the pole across a dis play case hooked her purse with it and fled with his friend AUGUSTA Ga President Eisenhower announced a broad program of pay in creases and improved hous ing for employes of the Pan ama Canal Zone in an effort to improve relations between the U S and the Republic of Panama NASHVILLE ex plosive believed to have been dynamite shattered the home of a Negro member of the Nashville City Council He had been active in defense of his race arrested in sitin lunch counter demonstrations 40year sentence for D E Graham DES MOINES WVDonald Ed jward Graham 36 convicted of degree murder April 5 Tuesday was sentenced to 40 years at the penitentiary by Dis rict Judge Robert Jackson Maximum penalty could have been life imprisonment Gra ham formerly of Atlantic was convicted of shooting Leslie Deremiah 48 last Jan 28 SAME IOWA DEPARTMENT FIGURES DEMONSTRATORS HOSED DOWN Students in South Koreas capital of Seoul use shields against police attempting to disperse them with fire hoses AP Photofax The city is under martial law amid violence stem ming from charges concerning conduct of the recent presidential election entire country US Ambassador Walter P McConaughy paid a personal call Monday night on President Rhce The embassy said the ambassador sought to review developments and express his concern that measures adopted to maintain Jaw and order would take into account basic causes and grievances behind the dis orders Sporadic demonstrations have flared since March 15 balloting to underscore opposition charges of stuffing ballot boxes restrict ing opposition meetings and po lice brutality Many of the dem onstrators were students and this pattern of youthful protest continued BUT TUESDAYS was vorst so far Raging during the day in Pusan Taegu Taejon Kwangju and this capital the rioting amounted to virtual rev olutionary upheaval Those five cities were put under martial aw Lt Gen Song Yo Chan chief of the army staff ordered tanks and upwards of 10000 troops of the combatready 15th division nto Seoul where student rioters were wrecking and burning al most at will The mobs boiled through the streets stoning buildings vehicles and police men wrecking police stations and post offices and setting fire to progovernment newspaper plants US servicemen were restrict ed to base as a precautionary measure The US Embassy re fused to say what measures if any were being taken for the protection of US civilians Men carrying rifles roamed Seouls neardeserted streets defying the nighttime curfew Gen Song appealed for order and reminded citizens that Communist troops are poised in the North waiting anxiously for a return to strife Feller not hurt in crash landing CHICAGO UPI A small private plane containing Bob Feller former Cleveland In dians pitching ace made a crash landing at Meigs Airfield Tuesday but Feller was unhurt The plane was badly damaged Airport attendants said the landing gear of the plane col lapsed and the plane plopped Feller was on his way to Rock ford 111 to fulfill a luncheon speaking engagement FLASH FIRE K A H 0 K A Mo WA flash fire destroyed the Moore Busi ness Forms plant here Monday   

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