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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 10, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                                i North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 100 The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors i Associates Press United Press International FulJ Wires MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 10 1961 17ca Copy Paper Consists of One No 2ft Monkey rocket lost in space experiment Armistice j is almost forgotten A big day back in 18 By LYLE C WILSON WASHINGTON day would be the 23rd Armistice Day a statistic of not much ac count now to anyone other than those who marched along w back there in World War I That was quite a war while it lasted which wasnt long sc far as the United States wa concerned The United State joined up in April 1917 And 43 years ago Saturday there was marching and counter inarching in the streets All bands played Ticker tape and paper waste snowed from tall buildings coast to coast Young men and young wom en publicly bussed one another and there was a heavy run on tion arms position Mrs Connally is at right and holding the door for the secretary is R L Phinney Austin District Director of Internal Revenue and a friend of the Connallys Atlas veers off course blown up Goliath victim is Photofax ONEEYED JACK Navy Secretary John Connally leaves a hospital at Austin Tex after receiving treatment on his left eye The secretary was inspect ing an honor guard when he accidentally was struck in the eye by a cadet bringing his rifle to the inspec hootch Nov 11 1918 was a vbig day The U S of A had licked the Hun but never was a great na tion riding for a harder fall And never was a great nation less aware that the big bad trouble was still to come in stead of having been disposed of in handy fashion after Black Jack Pershings hand salute and snappy statement Lafayette we are here The United States was on a euphoristic jag 43 years ago We won the war Moreover we won the war to make the world safe for democracy We won the war to end all wars We won the war to guarantee the Years delay OKd for real estate valuation boosts CAPE CANAVERAL Fla AP tiny monkey named Goliath ed in the flaming explosion of n Atlas missile high over the ape Friday Officials reported 20 minutes ter the launching there was no lance that the small passenger ad withstood the great explosion iis space capsule tucked in the Ulas nose cone had no escape lechanism The Air Force reported the1 ange safety officer destroyed the missile when it became erratic in light Technicians began studying apes of radio information re ayed from the missile in an ef ort to learn what went wrong The missile was an advanced E model this nations most lowerful military rocket The ear ier more reliable Atlas D series will be used in the US manin pace program A D Atlas is scheduled to boost a chimpanzee nto orbit from the Cape next week and a man on an orbital flight hopefully by the end of the year If successful the Altas Firday would have covered the 5000 miles in about 25 minutes Two aircraft and a ship waited in the planned impact area to at tempt recovery of the 12foottall cone after it made a blazing dive back through the heat barrier of atmosphere from an altitude of G50 miles DES MOINES The Iowa Tax Commission voted Friday to sclfdeterminationof small naifelaylntilf ncxt the effac tions We won it and all of ustlVe for m real estate valuations for tax pur were going to live happilv evcr aftcr poscs residential property and up to per cent on agricultural land an buildings A MONKEY WAS INSIDE Shortly AP At top the rocket sputters and noses after it was launched from Cape Canav over after an apparent successful lift eral this Atlas rocket carrying a mon key and other space experiments strayed off course and was destroyed ficer off Below the missile blows up after being detonated by the range safety of The test was another aimed at perfecting means of keeping man j aloft in space flight Tucked in That is how the script read back in 1918 Woodrow Wilson was a great phrase maker like The unanimous vote of the three commission members was taken after Atty Gen Evan Hultman a Madison Avenue pitch manlrulecl that such a delav would be Wilson was sincere He believed his own slogans legal The commission last month ten Itativcly ordered increases in val Commission officials have compartments in the experi the proposals the most sweeping made in many years are designed to bring about greater equalization Part of Senate remap plan unconstitutional New Red stand on in Concession reported By PRESTON GROVER MOSCOW new Soviet proposal on Berlin and Germany was viewed by diplomatic quar Hers here Friday as making one i concession to the West that might i lead to negotiations i The futur of Communistsur rounded West Berlin would be discussed first under the Krem lins new plan The questions of recognition of Communist East sovereignty and writing of a German pence treaty which Premier Khrushchev has long iicld to be more urgent would follow on the agenda This reversal in procedure is in line with Western thought that the independence of West Berlin and Western rights there are of the most vital concern and that Khrushchev has been putting the cart before the horse Diplomatic informants consid ered the preferred switch a dis tincl and important change in the Soviet position But old snags remained evident At no point did the Soviets indi cate they had changed their basic demands to cud the Allied occu pation of West Berlin which they lave campaigned to convert into demilitarized free city Nor did they give ground on heir demands for Western recog lition of the Communist East icrman regime as a sovereign iovernmcnt and for a German cace treaty The Soviet proposals apparent ly were presented informally but definitely this week to the United States Britain France and West Germany through their ambassa dors in Moscow The aim was clearly to permit negotiations to begin The American people reallyjuations in 47 of the states 99 believed 43 years ago that theycounties The changes as original successfully had joined in a holyjly proposed were designed to benecessarMV mean an increase in cause to end war and to bring to all peoples the blessings of thcJUnerican way of life The great day was celebrated in noisy toasts to objectives pre sumed to have been attained which never had been closely approached The euphoriaand drama lingered on however effective on property assessments used to figure 1961 property taxes payable in 1962 However many counties com plained that it would be costly and difficult to make the adjust ments this year and distribute tax revenue on schedule nentloaded cone were fruit flies in various stages of life insect eggs bacteria and other biological specimens These were to be stud ied for radiation and other ef fects The furry little monkey only six inches high and with a long tail was not restrained by straps or other devices so that scientists could more readily learn his re action to the stresses of rocket taxes however since millag levnight especially the weird state ics would be lowered if spending r were to remawthesameof weightlessness The monkey of real estate values between counties State law gives the commission authority to review valuations and to order adjustments Real estate valuations are the base on which property taxes are paid A boost in valuations does not An increase in valuations would however permit a taxing body to increase its budget if it is at near the legal millage ceiling BULGARIA HAS REACTOR LONDON UPf Bulgarias And for many years there was The new order issuecl Friday each year in the United Statesermits counties to make the ad the ritual of a twominute sjjiustments in 1962 for taxes which first atomic reactor built with jwill be payable in 1963 It docsSoviet help for research pur not affect the amount of valuationlposes has been put into opera increases originally by the commission Most of the 47 counties in which increases have been proposed have filed protests with the com mission Hearings on the objec tions are being held this month Commission Chairman Andrew I George Waterloo Republican said lencc at the hour of 11 am on 11 News wires used to fall silent on that occasion an eerie thing and the citizens would pause in the streets for two minutes hats clutched heads bare This was in veneration of Hie war dead of course and there was nothing phony about them to study the ruling before mak Selzer challenged constitutional ing the decision ity of the senatorial reapportion MARENGO District Judge Clair Hamilton ruled unconsti tutional Friday a provision of an Iowa Senate reapportionwas passed to fulfill the constijtwoyear terms for some senators nent plan passed by the requirement that The reapportionmcnl planjmcnl not only on grounds of he Authoritative circles said the Soviet proposals would set up this schedule 1 The Big Four occupying pow ers should reach an agreement on a new status for Wust Berlin that guarantees the freedom of its peo ple and freedom of communica was trained to sip water from a rubber nipple when a light flashed on at intervals during the flight The explosion occurred at an altitude of several thousand feet about 35 seconds after liftoff Flaming pieces of the shat tered rocket plummeted into the Atlantic Ocean just offshore Seconds later the roar of the ex plosion rolled across the Cape and nearby beaches egislaturc providing that three senators will be elected for two year terms next year But he ruled that the rest of the act is constitutional and can go into effect as enacted Attorneys for Charles L Selzer of Homestead who had filed the suit challenging con stitutionality of the act said they will appeal the decision to the Iowa Supreme Court An intervenor in the suit Robert F Barkley of West Liberty said he also will appeal Iowa Atty Gen Evan Hull man said he probaly also wil appeal on the twoyear term feature but said he wants time populationbased house of cgislalure be rcapporlioned uftjone senatorial district to another N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES FAIRandWARMER the i but because he contended tha Uon between the city and the theseven counties being moved fromUupsi er the federal census every 10 cars Hultman said the purpose of the rovision declared unconstitution al was to try to comply with a constitutional provision that as nearly as possible one half of the senators must be elected each two years Hamilton in his decision said1 the real purpose of the act was to reapportion senatorial districts in accordance with the population of the state This fact is not only well would be represented by more than one senator Judge Hamilton dismissed this point saying thai after a state senator is elected although he may be elected from a certain district he represents all the peo Wcst 2 A separate agreement should be reached between Communist East Germany and the Soviet 1 Union by which East Germany would undertake to respect the now status of West Berlin and ac cept the guarantees of freedom for Us people and communication ple in the state and not just the electors from his won district The judge also ruled against Selzer on his contention that the redistricting plan is unconstitu tional because there can be no more than one rcapportionment each 10 years 11 was enacted aft known by the court but by almostjcr the 1961 legislature approved anyone in the state of Iowa whoa proposed constitutional amend 3 The Western powers should agree to respect the sovereignty of East Germany and West Ger many should specifically accept this agreement The measure recognition of East German sov ereignty was not defined but the West German government is not likely to agree to anything ap proaching formal recognition of has paid any attention to camincnl providing for a plan of division of Germany paigning for public office who hasjapportionment proposed by Seni 4 Finally a peace treaty would read newspapers or who has fol1 David Shaff RClinton be worked out with Germain lowed the proceedings in the state I The Shaff plan Hamilton said 7njs presumably refers to an ail In London bus riders andjno decisions on the protests arc others who every day passedtexpectcd to be announced until all the memorial Cenotaph injnearings are completed Whitehall goingto and from their daily chores would un cover and think a moment of those who died for all of hose ideals that never came true and never would The two minutes of silence i got lost somewhere over the glou T re Pase 3 years and the British in White ltonas 4 hall no longer bare their heads Mason Clty Ncws 67 On the inside Armistice Day is almost for gotten though still an official holiday now called Veterans Day The day was well named originally however An armis tice is an interruption merely no more The interruption was not for long There was no peace then andthere is no real peace now Perhaps the living should re vive the two minutes of silence each mourn for them selves 84 REFUGEES MACAO total of 84 refu gees from communism broke through Red Chinas Bamboo Curtain and reached this tiny Portuguese colony Thursday LatestMarkets 7 Society News 9 Clear Lake News 9 Sports H12 North Iowa News 15 Comics 16 CubGazette 17 Transit Schedule 18 TV Guide Pullout Section SAME 513 Examiner backs drug firms A Federal Trade Commission examiner threw out antitrust charges against six of the nations major manufacturers of wonder drugs Robert L Piper said he could find no substantial evi dence that the six firms had conspired to monopolize the antibiotics industry as charged in a July 28 1958 complaint Report Molotov expelled VIENNA Former Soviet Foreign Minister V M Molotov has been expelled from the Communist party and relieved of his post in Vienna it was re ported reliably The old Bolshevik was harshly de nounced last month by Soviet Premier Khrushchev as a leader of the Stalinist antiparty group JFK may visit S America WASHINGTON President Kennedy is con sidering another major venture in personal diplo macy this time to Latin America There were reports hie might go to South America within a few weeks Administration sources said plans were not firm but under serious consideration De Gaulle ponders retirement MARSEILLE France President Charles dc Gaulle said he may retire from office after the Al gerian issue is settled sources who attended a closed meeting with him reported The 70yearold presi dents sevenyearterm expires in 1066 Fiveday Iowa Temperatures during the next five days Sat urday through Wednesday will average 30 to 15 degrees above normal Mild with only minor day to day temperature changes Normal low will be in the 20s Normal high will be in the 40s Rainfall will be be low normal with none of con sequence indicated during this period North Iowa Partly cloudy Fri day night and Saturday Little temperature change Highs Saturday 55 to 60 Lows Fri day night 24 to 30 Iowa Becoming partly cloud Friday night and Satur clay Little change in tern pcraturc Low Friday nigh 20s north to the 30s south High Saturday 55 to 60 Out look for Sunday Mostly fai and mild Minnesota Fair and warmc through Saturday Highs Sa urday in 60s GlobeGazette Weather Dat up to 8 Friday Maximum 53 Minimum 21 At 8 am 25 Sunrise Sunset gislature during the past not a rcapportionment act of essions Rcapportionment has the legislature It is the initiation a demand of the of a proposed amendment to the cen almost eople Judge Hamiltons ruling in Iowa ounty District Court at Marcngo vas in a suit brought by Charles Selzer of Homestead Iowa Constitution which must be submitted to the voters of Iowa at an election after its approval by the legislature which convenes in 5963 A meeting Truman gives Ike tour of library KANSAS CITY Mo UPI Presidents Harry S Truman and Dwight D Eisen hower bitter political foes met on Trumans home grounds for the first time since President Kennedys inaugur ation in January They exchanged cool greet ings and Truman then gave Eisenhower a personallycon ducted tour of the Truman Li brary in nearby Independ ence How do you do sir Eisen hower said when Truman met him at the door to his office in the Truman Library Wont you come in Tru man replied After a brief session in Tru mans office Truman invited Eisenhower to look at the li Eisenhower ac brary and ccptcd They talked quietly while walking through the library which is a storehouse of docu ments and mementoes gath ered by Truman during his White House tenure German treaty Khrushchev has said repeatedly he would sign a peace treaty with East Germany if the allGermany was not con cluded although he has lifted his threat to do it by Dec 31 Tractor claims Armstrong man ARMSTRONG Richard C Starkcy 34 a farmer near the IowaMinnesota border xvas killed Friday night when his tractor rolled into a ditch at the edge of Armstrong i More success for measles vaccine LONDON measles vaccine developed by US and British doctors has proved ef fective against the childhood disease in preliminary tests The British Medical Journal re The conversation between jported that in one instance the two former presidents was when a measles epidemic swept mainly an exchange of views the wards of a London hospital on such libraries An Eisenwhere tests were being made howcr library is under conjnot one of the children who had struction at Abilene Kan jbcen vaccinated contracted the and it is expected to be dedi cated next year The meeting was cordial but somewhat formal Both Truman and Eisenhuw er are to take part separate ly in ceremonies rededicating Kansas Citys Liberty Memor ial as a symbol of internation al understanding disease DROUGHT AREA ATLANTA Ga US Department of Agriculture has been asked to declare Georgia a drought disaster area as the state ncavs the end of its second month without significant rain tall i   

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