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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 12, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North lomtt Daily Newspaper CITY GLOBEGAZETTE the newspaper that makes all North I o wans neighbors HOME EDITION VOL ft PTWN tad Onltad fan tewM MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JULY U 1941 Copy Ptiwr CouUtf of four Nt M7 India watching on spot OCB WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON President agreed Kennedy Wednesday to send a U S scientific mission to Pak istan to help devise practical ways of reclaiming 27 million acres of land poisoned by salt deposits Kennedys commitment was made to Pakistan Presiden Mohammad Ayub Khan during a one hour and 40 minute meeting at the White House Press Secretary Pierre Salinger said the two chiefs of state discussed Pakistans economic development problems and the role that U S aid may play in solving them They postponed until Thursday discussion of the Pakistan Indian dispute over Kashmir the other major item on the agenda for top level talks during Ayubs state visit Secretary of State Dean Rusk called the economic discussion extremely practical and productive He said economic develop ment in Pakistan is off to a very goodstart The Pakistani leader presented two handmade rugs to Ken nedy a painting by a Pakistani artist for Mrs Kennedy and two boxes with undisclosed contents for the Kennedys chil dren Caroline 3 and John Jr eight months Pakistan officials feel that Kennedys reaction to the Kash mir issue may provide an swer to their suspicions that the Kennedy administration is following a proIndia policy detrimental to Pakistan In the city of Jubbulpore in central India Tuesday night PrimeMinister Nehru spoke up sharply on the Ayub visit here charging that the Pakistan chief is misrepresenting U SIndian Change he asks Journal is being abused By GEOFFREY GOULD WASHINGTON is record not always a record Answer When its the Congres aional Record The Congressional Record is the bible of Capitol Hill as it is for manycitizens who make it their business to keep up with what Congress is doing Yet this daily journal of what is said arid done in both houses is not an exact transcript at all times The reason is contained in three words tend revise and ex REPRESENTATIVES who rise to address the House invariably precede their remarks with this sentence I ask unanimous con sent to revise and extend my re marks The unanimous consent is always given And the formula gives the speaker the right to edit what he says as taken down by the official shorthand report ers He may change a word add a sentence or a paragraph leave out a section Senators have the same right although they do not often use the revise and extend formula on the floor When the record appears the next day it carries the changed version not the exact words that were said on the floor if the member has exercised his revise and extend privilege T IS POSSIBLE for a reader to tell that something has been changed left out or added Some senators and representa tives dont think this is right They argue that the Congression al Record should be an exac public record availabl e to al without any monkeying with thi script One of these is Rep Paul C Jones DMo who also objects to the high cost of producing the Record He said recently that a survey he made showed we coulc save about million a year by limiting the kind of extraneous things printed in the Records ap pendix such as the winning essay in a high school contest The Record varies in length each day depending on how much activity there is in Congress It costs an estimatedaverage of a page to produce From Jan 3 through June 30 of this year the Record totaled 1609 pages including 4998 pages of appendix At a page thi comes to The budge for fiscal year 1962 which startec July 1 estimated the Record would run to 22000 pages at a cost of million On the inside relations Nehru said he was amazed at the calumny of Ayub in suggesting that India had asked for U S military aid We have sought economic help mainly in the form of loans he added Onthe Kashmir issue Ayub has contended that the United States should use its influence with Nehru to bring him to the conference table for negotia tions on a Kashmir settlement American officials have not been eager to step into the quar rel between two governments friendly to the United States And if they must do so U S officials would prefer that the talking be done quietly without arousing rancor in India and Pakistan Kashmir is regarded here as a highly emotional dis pute between brother nations The little state is divided with Pakistan holding the mountain ous regions and India occupy ing the fertile vale which it has incorporated into Indias system of states India has refused to hold a plebiscite among Kash mirs predominantly Moslem population Auto turns over Elma man killed WAITING IN VAIN FOR MISSING SON Mrs J Jason Gale Torrance Calif stands with a hand to her face in a waiting room in International Air port in Los Angeles waiting for word of her son Jason 10 The boy photo Brakes Landing gear at insert was one of the passengers on the United Air Lines plane which crashed in Denver The airline later an nounced that Jason was listed among those persons missing and presumed dead as a result ofthe accident Exact cause of fatal air acci A Schmelzer 0 Elma was killed and five persons injured in a onecar ac cident three miles north and a More Stories Page 2 DENVER investi gators rummaged through the torn skeleton of a United Air Lines DC8 jetliner Wednesday to learn the exact cause of Tuesdays crash landing and fire in which 17 persons died including two lowans The huge plane enroute to Los V Philadelphia touchec the runway veered sideways and burst into flames Of the 122 aboard 18 persons escaped injury in the holocast Fifty others went to Denver hos pitals The other 38 aboardin cluding the crew of 7 escaped serious injury Four of the dead were members 72 die when Czech airliner crashes at Morocco airport mile west of here Tuesday no Americans aboard CASABLANCA Morocco A giant Czechoslovak airliner en routft to West Africa struck a power line and exploded Wed nesday while preparing to land at Casablanca Officials said all of the 72 persons abroad were killed All apparently had boarded atJ2lide Path Camp Gaze strip when the diversion Prague Presumably there werejorder was gjven port about 10 miles from this port city Bad weather suddenly closed in there also and the air control crew instructed the pilot to make for the big US Air Base at Neuasseur not far off Officials said the plane was already in its Editorials Socitty Ntws 9101112 Sports 19M Claar Lakt Niws U North Iowa Ntws 29 Latest Markets 30 Mason City Ntws 3031 Comics 32 Transit Schtdolt 34 EXGOVERNOR DIES FREDONIA Kan Ben Paulcn 91 Republican governor of Kansas for twoyear terms 1K51929 died Tuesday The car driven by John Mur phy 30 soninlaw of Schmel zer overturned several times in a ditch after leaving a coun ty road Other persons riding in the car were Murphys wife Mil dred 29 his daughter Patricia 11 Mrs Murphys brothers Francis Schmelzer 45 Oxford Iowa and Paul Schmelzer 43 Elma The two men are hospitalized in good condition at a New Hampton hospital Francis siif fered bruises neck and leg in jury Paul Schmelzer has se vere neck injuries and a mile concussion Murphy his wife and daugh ter were released after treat ment for minor injuries Howard County Sheriff Percy Haven is investigating the cause of the accident NEW STAGE CHAMP NEW YORK W My Fair Lady is Broadways new long run musical champion The showt racked up its 2213th per formance at Wednesdays mat nee breaking the mark set in 1948 by Oklahoma SAMI DATI1MO271 The Sovietbuilt fourengine turboprop had been scheduled to stop about 30 miles away at Rabats Sale Airport but because of bad weather was directed to the Camp Gaze Air It was the second Africabound Czechoslovak airliner to crash within four months Another Ily shin18 crashed berg Germany on March 29 and all 52 persons aboard were killed N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES GOP plans manifesto Republicans are sound ing out opinion among themselves in preparation for the issuance of broad manifesto on foreign policy If it statement is expected to ex press a Republican position on the problems arising from all of the critical trouble spots in the world specifically including Berlin and Cuba Adenauer in Berlin BERLIN Chancellor Konrad Adenauer flew to threatened West Berlin for his first visit in 18 months to demonstrate close links between the Com munistsurrounded city and West Germany No new Russ planes NEW YORK The mighty display of air power by the Soviet Union last Sunday may havebeen nothing more than a display of aircraft in existence for several years supplemented by carboncopies of American and British planes the New York World Telegram said Riders in Little Rock LITTLE ROCK Ark riders arrested in the first busriding1 assault on this city have chosen to stay in jail until their trials of the family of Dr Earl Guyer clinical psychologist at the US Veterans Hospital at Fort Lyons Colo His wife and three smal daughters died Guyer had come to Denver to meet them at the airport A civil engineer Henry Blom 52 driving a survey truck for the city was killed when the big plane swerved off the runway anc crushed the truck In addition to Blom 16 plane passengers died They includec five men seven women and four children The plane on Flight 859 hac earlier made stops in Chicago anc Omaha PASSENGERS SAID they were alerted by the pilot Capt John rrosse of Denver 10 minutes be or the crash that something was the matter with the hydraulics system an important element in the brakes and that the landing would be rough There was a strange mixture ol quiet calm and anguished desper ation when the plane touched the runway then skidded off crossed 100 yards of field and burst into huge billows of flame when the landing gear crumpled on the protruding strip of a concrete taxiway being constructed nearby John Bryne of Omaha a sur viving passenger escaped from the jetliner unaware that anyone had been hurt But Lyle Oreck 66 Phoenix Ariz said it was horrible horrible BRYNE SAID a stewardess sit ting alongside him got the door open immediately and helped pas sengers escape Sally Whipple 47 La Jolla Calif also praised an unidentified stewardess I dont know who she was Mrs Whipple said but she stayed in the plane pushing pas sengers down the escape chute and ignoring the fire in her cloth ing When the landing gear of the plane buckled under the impact of striking the protruding new taxiway the right wing dipped and one of the whig tanks was ripped off igniting the jet fuel In moments the left side of the sleek plane was burning withsuch intensity that it melted metal The left midsection of the plane from the rear of the pilots compart ment to the tail was ripped and aurned open EXECUTIVE DIES IRVINGTONONHUDSON N Y UP Lloyd Stratton 66 who retired May 1 as corporate secretary of The Associated Press after an AP career of 41 years was found dead at his iome Wednesday o satellites rbited in space s h o wr Mitchell not in running Drops out of judge race FORT DODGE UPI Iowa Democratic national committee man Donald J Mitchell said Wed nesday he had askedAtty Gen Robert F Kennedy to withdraw his name from consideration for appointment as a federal judge in Iowa Mitchell said he was withdraw ing from consideration because he enjoys general lawpractice and participation in politics more than he would being a fed eral judge He had been given a strong chance of getting an ap pointment MITCHELL a Fort Dodge law yer said he recommended to Ken nedy that the administration give equal consideration for appoint ment1 asfederal judges to two other Northern Iowaattorneys one of them Mitchells brother The two Mitchell saidherecom mended were his older brother John a federal1 referee in bank ruptcy and Dubuque attorney Robert Becker John Mitchell 60 was Iowa attorney general in 1938 and a former speaker of the Iowa House of Representatives Two federal judgeships are now open in Iowa one in the northern district of the state and a newly created roving judge MITCHELL SAID his brother and Becker should be considered along with T Eugene Thornton 49 Waterloo a member of the towa Supreme Court Luke E uinnan 66 Algona a former Iowa Supreme Court justice and State District Court Judge Maurice E Rawlings 54 Sioux City These three and Mitchell were among seven recommended for he two judgeships by the lowaj Democratic patronage committee AP Photofax MA Y MOBILIZE Deputy Secretary of Defense Roswell Gilpatric at a Washington news conference describes mobilization of National Guard and Reserve units as a possibility to he a d pff Rus sias menacing moves over Berlin Although einphasizr ing the mobilization has not gone past the discussion stage he said that if the plan is implemented the Guard probably would be called up first because it isIn a better state of training Lightning bolt kills 9 in barn CLINTON NC WNine per sons were reported killed Wednes day when lightning struck a to bacco barn on the outskirts o Clinton The white per sons and six work ing in the barn The lightning bolt struck in the midst of a brief rain shower WARNING BY GRAHAM ST PAUL Minn UPI vangelist Billy Graham told 29000 persons at the Minnesota fairgrounds Wednesday night that antiChrist forces are ral ying under the impetus of vorldwide evil There is no doubt that satanic forces are stepping up their pace in the world Dr Graham said at the bird session of crusade Cannot trust Khrushchevs guarantees on Berlin US WASHINGTON The west can put little confidence in Soviet Premier Khrushchevs proposals that the United Naj ion guarantee the status of Ber in asa free city the State De partment said Wednesday Press Officer Lincoln White cited Khrushchevs declaration that Russiawould not recognize any U N decision anywhere that did not accord with the interests of the Soviet Union and threatened its security Khrushchev was quoted as saying at a luncheon for Presi dent Kwame Nkrumah of Ghana hat Russia would not recog nize any adverse U N deci ision but would uphold its rights relying on force White recalled that Khrush chev also voiced asimilar posi tion in his speech atthe United Nations last September The premier said that if the secre tarygeneral or the U N Security Council ques tions in a way which is detri mental to the socialist or the neutral states then it would be only natural to refuse to recognize the decision and rely on their own strength in order to defend itheir interests the in terests of peace The weather North Consid e r a b i e cloudiness through Thursday with scattered showers and thunderstorms Wedn e s day night Lows Wednesday night in mid 60s Highs Thursday near 80 owa Considerable cloudiness with scattered showers and locally heavy thunderstorms Wednesday night and over east portion Thursday Cooler northwest Wednesday night lows 5560 northwest to mid 60s southeast Highs Thurs day generally near 80 Fur ther cloudy and slightly cooler Friday iveday Iowa Temperatures will average 3 to 5 degrees be low normal Thursday through next Monday with only minor daily changes Normal highs in the 80s and lows in the 60s Rainfall will average 80 of an inch to locally up to several inches in occasional showers and thunderstorms Minnesota Partly cloudy show ers Highs Thursday near 85 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum 81 Minimum 62 At 8 am 72 Precipitation Trace Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Minimum 85 Midas spies on Russ Tiros maps cloud cover FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES The United States scored t spectacular double space sue cess Wednesday lofting into orbit a weather satellite from Cape Canaveral Fla and a skyspy satellite from Point Ar guello Calif The Midas missilealarm satellite rumbled to a record high orbit that regularly will take its experimental sensing payload over Russia The Air Force said the 35pp pound Midas HI was the heavi est space craft ever launched by the United States started on its allseeing orbit 1850 miles above the earth over the poles It took 160 minutes for each pass over the earth in the almost circular orbit FROM THAT position in its infrared eye passed over every spot on earth at one time or another looking for exhaust flames from possible enemy missiles Its payload also could detect nuclear blasts The Tiros weather eye sat ellite fired up from the Cape mmediately went to work at an altitude of 400 miles Scien tists said the shot went almost perfectly and that the moon ets two television cameras were taking pictures on its first orbit around the area One hundred minutes after auneh Tiros III had transmit ed very good cloud cover pictures which gave weather men information they would not otherwise have had about a storm off the coast of Labra dor The space agencys tracMng tatipn at Wallops Island Va received the first photographs at am Others followed as he new satellite completed ad ditional circuits of the earth OBSERVATIONS from ships at sea had disclosed the pres ence of a weather front off Lab rador Observations frombe neath the storm however did not indicateits precise nature The first three pictures trans nitted from Tiros III disclosed vhat weathermen call an oc luded front This occurs when cold front from the polar re gions overtakes a warm front coming up from the south A 92foot Thor Delta rocket carrying the 285pound Tiros III satellite roared aloftfrom Cape Canaveral at m EST Shaped like a huge drum with wo television cameras protnud ng from its Tiros III is an improved version of two ex remely successful Tiros satel ites orbited last year The ear ier space packages transmitted housands of useful cloudcover photographs to earth and proved he feasibility of using such ve licles for forecasting THE LAUNCH INC was ilanned to coincide with the sea ion in which hurricanes normal y form in the Atlantic and Car bbean Midas was sent up on an At as rocket Neither of the two previous Midas shots was fully successful The first Feb 26 1960 failed to orbit The second on the following May 24 ut its radio failed One reason for all the weight at launch was the extra fuel needed to restart the Agent B bird stage when it reached iU farthest point from earth on thai irst pass This came the Air Force said over Africa and r   

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