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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 12, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edittd for ttit VOL 98 MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that makts all North logons neighbors wd UhJted International Full Liu Wire MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY AUGUST 12 1960 7c Copy Thb Papr ConW of Pour On No Capsule recovered big moon in orbit Spacemen elated 2 major steps forward Ikes voice sent out FROM OUR WIEE SERVICES American scientists scored three significant successes Thursday night and early Friday in their attempts to make peaceful use of space vehicles Precision accomplishments at opposite ends of the U S paved the way for instant global com munications and for mans first venture into space At Cape Canaveral the civil ian space agency sent a 10story tall balloon into a 1000mile high orbit around the earth to test a system scientists expect will pro vide a worldwide television and telephone network It is the largest but not heaviest satel lite ever put in orbit IN THE PACIFIC Ocfan be tween Hawaii and Kodiak Is land a Navy helicopter recov ered a space capsule that had been brought back from orbit in a dramatic rehearsal of the method by which a man some day will be sent into orbit and returned Also at Cape Canaveral Fri day a powerful Atlas missile was sent thundering 5000 miles down the Caribbean range car rying a group of radiationstudy devices in a new and larger type Visible twice Americas big new balloon satellite should be visible twice for 10 minutes at a time over North Iowa Friday night One pass from the southwest to the northeast will be about pm and another from the northwest to northeast about It will look like the star Vega which is seven times brighter than the North Star nose cone The nose cone was sent back to earth after the mis sile attained an altitude of more than 700 miles This in turn was followed Fri day noon by a successful 1000 mile shot missile of a Navy Polaris THE ALUMINUMcoated bal loon dubbed Echo I was imme diately used for a spectacular relay of President Eisenhowers voice from Cali fornia to New Jersey The aluminum and plastic balloon was sent up folded inside a relatively small package atop a ThorDelta rocket All stages fired successfully and a prede termined time 1000miles out thepackage was thrown free and the sphere inflated auto matically The balloon may stay up for months Scientists are planning whole system of Echo satellites that circling the earth will per mit worldwide television net works and will open the door to an unlimited number of radio telephone circuits which could be handling 100 million or more overseas calls within 20 years The Pacific Ocean recovery of a returned space capsule rep resented a sweet success after a number of discouraging fail ures The Air Force jubilantly followed announcement of the feat with the news that it plans to shoot a chimpanzee into or bit possibly within a month and return him RECKON YOUD BETTER GlobeGazctte photo by Jo Moore THERE PODNAH This has all nate next weeks attraction Maillard ft nn 1 i t who lives on Plymouth Road is a mem ber of the North Iowa Trail Riders Club which will play a big role in the grand stand program the earmarks of a gunf ight at the North Iowa Fair corral but Wally Maillard merely is lending dramatic evidence of the Western theme that will domi N ews in a utsheli FKOM OUE WIEE SERVICES helicopfer carrying Pres ident Eisenhower to his Camp David retreat in Maryland had to land at a baseball field in Thur mont Md because of bad weather at Camp David The White House said the President proceeded by car from Thurmont to Camp David FAIR SEOUL SOUTH KO REA Election of Yoon Bosun 62 as president of South Korea set the stage for a bitter faction al fight for the premier ship the position of real power under the new con stitution THE SUCCESSFUL ejection and recovery brought closer the day when one of the seven Mer cury astronauts now in train ing will be sent into orbit around the earth and returned The capsule was sent up Wed nesday from Vandenberg Air Force Base Calif as Discover er XIII Scientists knocked it out of orbit late Thursday after its 17th polar orbit at a height of about 200 miles over the North Pole The tiny object then obedient Iy landed ina 200by60mile re covery area A group of Air Force planes missed an attempt lo catch the capsule in the air but it was quickly recovered from the ocean by the helicopter craw LONG BEACH Calif Fifteen beauties in cluding Miss United States Charlene Lund berg 19 Joliet 111 have reached the finals in judgingfor the title of Miss International Beau ty DAVENPORT The Scott County Medical Assn urges its members to carry a gun if it seems advisable and to ask for police escort if a call for aid seems suspicious or in any case of emergency North Generally fair witt slightly warmer temperature through Saturday Lows Fri day night 60 to 65 Highs Sat urday 85 to 89 Iowa Generally fair through Saturday A little warmer south and east Saturday Low Friday night in the 60s High Saturday 85 to 90 Outlook for fair and mild Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 3 to 5 degrees be low normal Saturday through next Wednesday Temper atures will remain mild til turning cooler Monday or Tuesday Afternoon highs will be from the upper 70s to the lower 80s Overnight lows will be in the lower 60s Rainfall will average 25 to 75 of an inch in occasional showers and thunderstorms mostly in the latter part of the period Minnesota Continued pleasant Highs Saturday near 90 Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 am Friday Maximum 84 Minimum 55 On the inside Editorials 4 2Minute MysteryPage 3 Society News67 Clear Lake News 10 North Iowa Features 11 Sports 1718 Mason City News 2223 Latest Markets 23 Comics 29 North Iowa News 32 Defense research chief has attack WASHINGTON UPI Dr Serbert F York 38yearold Defense Department research chief suffered a heart attack ast weekend and will be away rom his post several weeks York third ranking civilian in he Pentagon entered Walter Reed Army Medical Center for observation last Sunday North Iowa Fair to open Tuesday Troops reach Katanga U N chief on hand ELISABETHVILLE Congo United Nations Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold and the first U N force to enter secessionist Katanga province landed Friday The force 220 Swedes ar rived in five planes touching down at 10minute intervals Hammarskjold and the sol diers almost did not land after all The crowd at the airport saw Hammar s k j o 1 d s plane circle the airfield three times Katangas Premier Moisc Tshombe and other government officials waiting at the airport were told as the plane circled that the secretary refused to land IT APPEARED the control towers European operator had told Hammarskjold he would be allowed to land but that permis sion would be refused to the planes carrying the Swedish sol diers Tshombe was appalled and quickly ordered the control tow er to allow all U N planes to land Although Tshombe three days ago announced he now was will ing to accept the U N force under the Security Council man date for replacement of the Bel gian soldiers on duty in Katanga the order to prevent them from landing never was withdrawn at the airport tower THAT EXPLANATION was given to newsmen by Tshombe himself Preceded by bodyguards the secretarygeneral walked down the steps of his white twinen ine plane and was greeted by Tshombe and all the members of the Katanga government now in Elisabethville Planes still were coming as Hammarskjold and Tshombe drove to Tschombes official res dence to begin their talks Bel Fair program Tuesday IMPERIAL SHOWS ON MIDWAY of baby beef Day Free admission to the grounds for all children under 16 Rides at special reduced rates until 6 pm All persons celebrating their Golden Wedding anniversary will be guests of the fair management Holter Wild Animal Show Holter Wild Animal Show Wednesday IMPERIAL SHOWS ON MIDWAY beef judging Day Free admission to the grounds for all children under 16 Rides at special reduced rates until 6 pm Holter Wild Animal Show Holter Wild Animal Show Thursday IMPERIAL SHOWS ON MIDWAY Teenage Day Two teenagers will be allowed into the grounds for 50 cents and into the grandstand for a dollar Special reduced rates on rides until 6 pm beef sale Swensons Thrillcade dog obedience trials Swensons Thrillcade Sixday event slated TV stars featured Friday IMPERIAL SHOWS ON MIDWAY junior purebred swine judging stock car races The Midwests finest drivers competing for in prizes Nelsons World Champion Rodeo starring some of the nations outstanding cowboys Appear ing in person will be the Gunsmoke Trio Kitty Chester and Doc Saturday IMPERIAL SHOWS ON MIDWAY swine and dairy shows pony and horse show Championship Rodeo with Kitty Doc and Chester Championship Rodeo with Kitty Doc and Chester Sunday Championship Rodeo with Kitty Doc and Chester Championship Rodeo with Kitty Doc and Chester Fish scale really proves to be liar DALLAS Tex UPI Po VV7 UCiiXLO AJCJ i rin f ian soldiers remained at flfuFes no airport and terminal ibody Wll beheve ms flsh stor Hammarskjold was armed mandate of the U ecurity Council to secure the withdrawal of Belgian soldiers from disputed Katanga SAME jes any more When neighbors brought their new baby home from the hos pital and didnt have a baby scale Dorris offered his fish scale The baby according to Dor weighed in at 49 ns scale pounds STRIKE ENDS PITTSBURGH UPI A railroad strike which halted operations of the Pittsburgh ivorks of Jones Laughlin Steel Jorp ended Friday but anoth er rail dispute threatened ma or district operations of US iteel Corp Free bus service to fairq rounds One of the newest features of the 1960 edition of the North Iowa Fair will be free bus transpo r t a t i o n from Mason City to the fairgrounds the first three event days of the X15 climbs 26 miles above V the earth in record flight EDWARDS AFB Calif UPI KENNEDY BACKED BATON ROUGE La WTLou isianas Democratic loyalists have succeeded in pledging the partys 10 presidential electors to the national Democratic tick et of Sens John F Kennedy and Lyndon B Johnson rocketpowered X15 Fri ay broke its second world rec rd within a week when it soared to an altitude of 131000 miles above the earth Air ForceMaj Robert White was at the controls of the clippedwinged research plane during a 12minute flight over the desert This is fantastic said White as he reached his peak altitude This is really fantas tic up here The flight shattered the old record of 126200 feet set Sept 7 1956 by the late Capt Iven Kincheloe in the X2 Whites flight followed by eight days a record speed flight of 21906 miles an hour by Joe other primary pilot in the research program National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA officials stressed that the 131000 foot altitude mark was on the conservative side and would be corrected on later ex amination of flight data After the drop from beneath the right wing of a B52 jet bomber the XlSs 16000 pound thrust White engines put the were ignited plane into a shallow climb then tilted its nose up at 51 degrees toward the morning sun to complete the fourminutes of flight under power Whites flight Friday and Walkers flight last week pushed the 50foot long X15 to its maximum performance with the small engine now in use New 60000pound thrust engines arc being readied however to carry the ship nearly 100 miles above the earth at speeds ap proaching 4000 miles an hour Leo Ruppert assistant fair manager has announced the following bus schedule for Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday Morning 11 and to buses every 30 min and going out to the grounds and coming back to Mason City The buses will stop at the following places North 3rd St and Federal Ave State St and Federal South 1st St and Federal and South 4th St and Federal Khrushchev out to mend fences LONDON UPI Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev is expected to meet with Red Chinas leaders this fall in an attempt to mend frayed Sino Russian relations Communist diplomats said Friday The diplomats said Khrush chevs forthcoming visit to North Korea will provide the occasion for the SinoSoviot summit meeting J By CHUCK WALK GlobeGazette Staff Writer Therell be plenty of hoot in and hollerin in Mason City next week as the West ernflavored North Iowa Fair opens its gates for a sixday run T u e s da y through Sunday Once again the highlight of the fair will be the appearance of Western TV stars against the background of the World Championship Rodeo The appearance of three stars from Gunsmoke Doc Kitty and Chester will be just one of the top attractions THIS DOES NOT mean how ever that there wont be other features In fact one fair of ficial says this years event should be called The Fair That Offers Something for Everyone Take for instance the grand stand shows for the first three ays Starling things off with a oar will be Gene Holters Wild Animal Show The show fea tures such attractions as racing ostriches with local elephants a pet tiger kanga roos a zonkey cross between a donkey and a zebra and scores of other wild beasts The Holter show will give four performances during the first two days of the show The matinee performances will start at 2 pm with the evening shows getting under way at 8 pm TUESDAY NIGHT Holter will have to share the spotlight with a special parade honoring the opening of the fair Featured in the parade will be the Trail Riders Club of Mason City Also appearing in the parade will be Miss North Iowa Dorothy Schott of Joice and Miss Clear Lake RosemaryChristensen Taking the place of Holters roaring animals in front of the grandstand Thursday will be the roaring autos of Aut Swen sons Thrillcade Long a favor ite of North Iowa Fair crowds the Thrillcade once again brings an outstanding array of dare devil drivers and stuntmen Highspeed crashes breath taking ramp to ramp jumps and exciting motor polo matches are but a few of the thrills fans can expect as Swensons dare devils go through their paces in two performances at 2 and 8 pm QUEENS WILL again play a part in the grandstand show Thursday night Before Swen sons troupe takes to the track a regional Queen of Conser Vation will be selected from among 22 lovelies from U North Iowa counties The win ner of this contest will repre sent North Iowa in the state contest to be neld at Guthrie Center Sept 16 Some of the Midwests hot test stock car drivers will be vying for in prizes in the sevenevent race card which ill be the grandstand show riday afternoon Time trials are set to start at with the to get under way at 2 Friday night the fair goes ompletely Western as the World Championship Rodeo tarring the Gunsmoke Trio f Doc Kitty and Chester takes ver Altogether the rodeo and trio give five performances he Friday Saturday and   

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