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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 8, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for Hw Homt MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL The newspaper that makes all North I o w a n s neighbors Associated Pres and United Press International Full Lease Wires MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY AUGUST 8 1961 7c copyThis Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection On No Skepticism greets promises of Mr K August la month j of meteors Climax to be Saturday is the month of meteors It owes its reputation chiefly to the Perseid swarm j The display runs from the 9th of August to the 13th but the climax comes in the early morn ing hours of the 12th Then thej FIVE KILLED EIGHT is a close earth is showered with tons ofj up of the 58ton steel and concrete door atop a Titan T lauding sjte near Denver which slammed shut killing five workmen and injuring eight others The massive door was one of a pair which are raised AP Photofax debris from space Pieces range aunching site near Denver which slammed in size from a grain of sand to a pea They streak across the skv everv minute bv the hydraulically as a missile rides to the surface A spokesman at the missile complex said either a hydraulic failure or failure of a retaining cable caused the door to crash dreds and thousands The speed with which the meteors fall generates great heat from air friction the Na tional Geographic Society says They become whitehot and often leave bright trails of incandes cent gas OLD FAITHFUL of meteor showers the Perseids were recorded in 36 AD Unlike other swarms which wheel around the sun in clusters they form a stream that fills their entire orbit with dust and peb Born 2 minutes apart riot twins CLEVELAND Ohio bles Each year in August the doctors here said Tuesday earth passes through this cosmic river and is rewarded by a rare display of skyrockets In 1862 Italian astronomer Giovanni Schiaparelli was ob serving a faint unspectacular comet He noticed that its orbitj was almost identical to that of the Perseids and he concluded it was the original sourer of the August display Since then many other meteor swarms have been linked with comets and astronomers have come to believe that meteor streams are formed from comet disintegration that two babies born two min utes apart to Mrs Leonard Shaffer last Saturday are not twins Dr Paul R Zeit called the case one of the rarest occur rences in human births Michelle Lynn who beat her brother Michael Lee into the world by two minutes is ac tually younger than Michael if age before birth is consid ered Michelle was an eightmonth baby while her brother was a fullterm ninemonth infant Doctors said the babies were not conceived at the same time Xrays taken of fants confirmed that they were not twins and a pediatri cian explained that the ba bies did not come from the same egg Normally after a woman conceives she stops ovulating Both Mr and Mrs Shaf West not taken in by speech Negotiations are likely WASHINGTON Prei mier Khrushchevs proposal to negotiate in an honest way on Berlin drew generally skeptical reaction from congressional and diplomatic sources US experts found little that was new on Khrushchevs plan for Berlin in the Soviet leaders radioTV speech Monday The White House said Presi dent Kennedy received a trans cript of the speech from the State Department Monday night and reviewed the entire docu ment But there was no reaction from him for the time being There may be none in advance of a presidential news confer ence scheduled Thursday morn mg US OFFICIALS however still expect the Berlin question to result in negotiations late this year and not until then do they expect Khrushchev to reveal what concessions he might have in mind Once again the Soivet premier said he plannedto sign a peace treaty with the Communist East German government Also a I he has in the past Khrushchev i denied any intent to infringi jupon any lawful interests of the i Western powers in Berlin j Sen J William Fulbright fers families have a history Ichairman of the Senate Foreign of twins Dr Zeit said such births were far more rare than quad ruplets Michael is a husky 6 pounds 11 ounces while Mi chelle who is in an incubator weighs 4 pounds 3 ounces SPEAKER STATES Sam Rayburn of the House of Representatives acts a spokesmen for Democratic leaders after a meeting with Presi dent Kennedy From left Vice President Lyndon Johnson Texas Rep John McCormack Mass Ray Photofax burn Sen Mike Mansfield Mont and Sen George Smathers Fla Rayburn speaking on the White House grounds predicted the foreign aid bill will clear Congress in pretty good shape He said Con gress probably will amend the measure Aid plan draws objections PUNTA DEL ESTE Uruguayjbiggest nations objected to aAmerican Conference lauded thejwere expressed to the proposal LatinAmerican leadersjU S call for coordination ofiUS offer of longterm multlbilfor a sevenman planning corn generally agreed Tuesday with the aims of President Kennedys program for hemi economic planning With the exception of Cuban economic czar Ernesto Gue sphere development but the vara delegates to the Inter Iliondollar aid to help raise La tinAmerican living standards and combat communism However serious objections THUNDER STORMS Humeston man to head Iowa Leqion THE GRAVITATIONAL pullj of the large planets greatly in fluences the orbits of comets and meteors It can and has pulled comets apart The Per seids however do not approach the giant planets and hence they remain the same century after century The fate of the Leonid meteors was quite different For genera SIOUX CITY Iowai tions this swarm of meteorslAmerican Legionnaires Tuesi provided wonderful celestial disda elected Maynard D Coffey plays every 33 years BeforejHumeston as their new depart dawn on Nov 12 1833 commander meteors were falling as thickly Coffeys selection over Ken as snow flakes One observerJHerbster Spencer came as counted twenty in little morcancl Mrs Coffey celebrated their than a second Church wedding anniversary Tues lolled and the supcrslitiousday feared the end of the world was U was the only office in which approaching But with the comithere was a contest at the closj ing of day all was serene iing session of the legion con In 1866 the Leonids reappearivention i ed with equal intensity but be Other officers are George fore their next rendezvous bothJThorndsen Tipton Henry Zand Jupilcr and Saturn interferedjer Waterloo Andrew G Cumps with their orbit so that now the Des Moines Rex Galley Guth earth passes only through the rie Center and Frank B Ulish fringes of the Leonid swarm jFort Dodge vice commanders JR J Laird Des Moines ad EACH DAY billions of meteorsjjutant the Rev Frank P plunge into the atmosphere butJHladky N c v a da chaplain j only a small percentage isjGcorge C Buckwaltcr Laurensj bright enough to be seen DayJhistorian and Peter H a a s light clouds trees and lateJMiles sergeant at arms J Osagc wasj named to a twoyear term as national executive committee 2Minute Mystery hours also cut down on number reported Occasionally large stones fall and a few reach the ground bejman William Suiter Ida Grove fore they are consumed StrikjWas reelected to a twoyear ing the atmosphere at 45 as alternate national exe cutive commitleeman The 1962 convention will be in Davenport j damage at store in Cherokee CHEROKEE burned out the interior of a building housing the Hein Shoe Service early Tuesday Owner Darrel Hein estimated the loss at between and I Relations Committee said that Khrushchev was more positive than he has been before in his statement denying plans for a new Berlin blockade I believe he wants to nego tiate about Berlin Fulbright said Whether he wants to nej gotiate on the basis of what is yours is mine is another mat ter Nevertheless I dont see why we cannot take the position that these differences should be discussed ONE PROBLEM in any nego tiations is that Khrushchev and the Western powers do not agree Maximum Jon what the Wests lawful in Minimum jterests in Berlin are At 8 am j Much of Western Europe gave Sunrise a Cool reception to Khrushchevs Sunset suggestion for EastWest talks on Berlin In the first official YEAR AGO British comment Foreign Secre Maximum jtary Lord Home said It is Minimum quite clear that Khrushchev is playing a game of political jpoker and we cannot and ought jnot to disclose our hand i One effect of Khrushchevs jtalk was evident in West Berlin More than 2000 East Germans fled to the West bringing the total since Aug 1 to 11000 It was the largest flow since short North Iowa Partly cloudy through Wednesday with scat tered thundershowers m o s likely in northwest sections Lows Tuesday night in upper 60s Highs Wednesday in the 80s Iowa Partly cloudy through Wednesday with scattered thundershowers n o r t h and west Lows Tuesday night mid 60s north to about 70 south Highs Wednesday 80s north to near 90 south Further outlool cloudy with scattered thunders h o w e r s Thursday Minnesota Showers in south fair north Highs Wednesday in 80s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES War gomes opened CAMDEN S C Some 5000 combatready paratroopers of the 82nd Airborne Division bailed out near here in the first parafrop of Exercise Swift stndes on their Strike the largest US war games since World War II mittee of experts to coordinate development programs in the various countries Such key nations as Argen tina Chile Brazil and Mexico have strong reservations about centralized direction of contin ental planning These countries want to plan their own way out of their individual problems and prefer an individual approach even though the process might take longer Argentina Mexico and Chile indicate they feel they are mak 85 63 6S 81 61 ly before the East Berlin upris ing in 1953 and the new refugees said they interpreted Khrush chevs speech as meaning that Niemoeller hurt wife killed in Denmark accident AABENRAA Denmark UP The Rev Martin Niemoeller 69 German Lutheran pastor whose outspoken opposition to Hitler kept him in a concentration completely On the inside Itoly cracking down on public affection per second these fireballs can be as bright as the moon and they make thunderous explos ions The Perseids of August derive their name from the northern constellation Perseus from which they seem to fall In ancient Greek mythology Perseus is the son of Zeus In the heavens he is a distinct arc of stars in the midst of the Milky Way He is seen attack ing the sea monster Cctus sent by Poseidon the god of the sea to devour lovely Andromeda who lies chained to a rock near by She is being punished to alone for the vanity of her mother Cassiopeia who dared compare her beauty with hat of he Ncrdd nymphs thereby angering the gods Page 3 Editorials 4 Clear Lake News 5 Latest Markets 6 Mason City News 67 Sports 89 North Iowa News 10 Society News 1112 Comics 13 j town found Gino 21 and V O O JttV i I CAO the border would soon be sealed camp cighyears was still un 1 conscious Tuesday more than 12 hours after a car crash that killed his wife and housekeeper Doctors at the hospital said Nicmoellers condition was sat isfactory u n d e r the circum istance The pastor suffered sc ROV1GO Italy Bcrjvcrc liead injuries and a great iganlin and Giovannina Mancin joss i stole a kiss on the dance floor jand a watchful policeman charged them with behaving ob scenely in a public place A icourt at Cavcrzcre a village inot far from this north Italian Gio INSTRUCTORS CLEARED Transit Schedule 14 Farm Town Living Pullout Section Greene tot 1 dies of injuries CHARLES CITY Dcbra iSuc Kline 2 daughter of Mr jand Mrs James Kline was killcd in an accident on the vannina 20 guilty Monday Each was fined 10000 They got off light A month ago a Rome court sentenced two young lovers totwo months in jail for a goodby kiss at a street car stop FATAL STING DAYTON Ohio suburban Washington Township man was stung in the neck by a wasp PARRIS ISLAND SC UPI family farm near Greene Tucsj Monday and died shortly after Marine Corps iniday She was dead on arrival it was believed the stinger hit struclors were cleared a Charles City hospital of the jugular vein of Karl K Bar of charges they had mistrcatcdlinjurics received from a power lowc 50 and hat the poison recruits at this training operated by her father went directly to his heart The pastors car shot across the road at a turn and crashed into a tree while he was driving in South Jutland Monday Police said they found neither brake tracks nor skid marks at the scene and believed he became ill moments before the crash Niemocllers wife Maria Eliz abeth 71 died instantly SAME DAT6H60317 Army is beefed up WASHINGTON The Armyhas called for the immediate conversion of three training divisions into combat divisions ready for deployment on short notice The units are the 1st Infantry Division at Fort Riley Kans 2nd Infantry Division Fort Ben nJng Ga and 2nd Armored Division Fort Hood Tex NATO support wanted PARIS The United States called on all its European allies to step up their military strength without delay to meet the mounting Berlin crisis Airline sues stockholder NEW YORK Trans World Airlines Inc filed a million damage suit in federal court against Howard Hughes charging the industrialist with using his controlling interest in TWA to monopolize Union in its loans to backward the sale of jet aircraft to the airline lnainns T J Dillon warned LatinAmericas wealthy landlords they would have to sacrifice many of their traditional privileges if the plan were to succeed He referred to honest tax structures surrender jof vast landholding rights and other accommodations to the J20th century of the LatinAmerican countries considers itself a case apart worthy of special treatment Secretary of the Treasury Douglas Dillon outlined the Ken nedy program at Mondays ses sion Pie pledged the United States to a 10year development j program involving more than a j billion dollars a year in US contributions alone to help lift Latin America out of its cen turiesold rut of misery and il literacy Dillon offered U S guarantees to development loans on a long term basis running where ap propriate up to 50 years Most of these loans Dillon told the delegates would be at very low or zero rates of interest The loans would actually amount to 80 per cent grants and would match or better the terms offered bv the Soviet New rocket engine tested SAN FRANCISCO A solidfuel rocket engine with the potential to orbit a space vehicle three times the weight of Russias latest manned craft has been successfully testfired near here but whether it will be developed to full potential still is a question AND STILL THEY Women and children from East Germany sit outside Marienlclde camp for refugees in West Berlin amid possessions taken in every which way from the Commun ist controlled zone The days count of refugees hit 2021 highest daily total AP Photpfax in eight years West Berlin officials said The actual number may be much higher since many people did not register immediately The record one day total is 3793 set in 1953 just be fore the East German revolt r   

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