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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 5, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper tdittd for VOL 100 The news pa per Associated Press Press rnternatlon Full Lease Wires ITY GLOBE that makes all North lowans MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JANUARY 5 W2 HpME EDITION neig h bars v Paper Consists of Two SectionsSecUon On 77 Draft calls ces g hed Turbines next for motorists Multifuels successful By LEROY POPE NEW YORK UPDThe gaso line auto engine as we know i may be doomed to replacemen in the 1960s by gas turbines small diesels and multifue piston engines The small diese is starting to break into the taxicab and veri light truck field Chryslers decision to start token production of gas turbine passenger cars in 1963 may be followed soon by a Ford decision to turn out a car powered by a piston engine that will burn kerosene furnace oil or almost any fuel under a newly developec principle Ford has a production agree ment with Texaco which de veloped the multifuel engine and has been testing at for 10 years at its Beacon NY laboratories Texaco engineers admitted in December that the multifue engine is ready for production and claimed it will run a standard sixcylinder car more than 40 miles on a gallon of kerosene or oil The other companies and at least four top engineering schools State Georgia Tech Stanford and University ol Rochester are reported working on similar multifuel engine pro jects All of them represent attempts successful in Tex acos solve a problem that has intrigued internal com bustion engineers intermittently for over 60 years That problem was how to achieve the efficiency of the diesel engine without the diesels heavy weight and other dis advantages The crux of the prob lem was how to ignite low grade fuels with a spark plugTor glow plug the way gasoline is ignited without extreme high pressure and still get high efficiency in a piston engine The problem was partly solved years ago and kerosene piston engines were used for years on early farm tractors and trucks but theef ficiency was low The new principle used by Tex aco calls for shooting the low grade fuel directly at the spark plug or glow plug in a swirling manner This high concentration of the fuel around the ignition1 plug causes it to burn more com pletely than high octane gasoline will burn in todays engines j This mean high fuel economy very little exhaust fume no knock besides the advantage of being able to use almost any fuel and change from one fuel to an other The mixture injected into the cylinders of the new engine is only three parts fuel to 100 of air so lean that a spark plug would not ignite it in the cdiven tionally designed engine The new engine has no carb ureter but its fuel injection system costsmore than a carburetor If it used glow plugs instead of sparkplugs the costly and com plicated parts of the ignition system would be eliminated It weighs more than a conven tional engine and its acceleration may not be as rapid Another success for Minuteman CAPE CANAVERAL Fla W A Minuteman intercontinental range missile roared out of an underground pit Friday and suc cessfully hit a target 3600 miles down the Atlantic range It was the third straight underground launching success for the push button solidpropellant weapon which Is scheduled to be opera tional next Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average near normal Saturday through next Wednesday Nor mal highs are from 26 to 35 and normal 16ws from 8 to 14 It will be warmer Sunday then colder Tuesday or Wednesday No precipitation of consequence is expected North Iowa Possible heavy snow blowing and drifting Friday night northerly winds 30 to 50 miles an hour near blizzard conditions lows zero to 5 below Snow accumulation of 6 inches or more possible Snow diminishing Saturday highs 10 to 15 owa Heavy snow warnin southeast half Heavy snow blowing and drifting with northerly winds 30 to 50 miles an hour and near blizzard con ditions southeast half of state Friday night Snow accumula tions over 6 inches and local iy 10 inches by Saturday morning Much colder Friday night lows zero to 10 above Mostly cloudy Saturdaysnow diminishing east partly cloud west highs 15 northeast to about 20 southwest Further outlook cloudy Sun day not so cold Minnesota Light snow warm er Highs Saturday around 25 Globe Gazette weather data Up to 8 am Friday Maximum Minimum YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 34 9 25 0 Shes he gets furlough KIDLINGTON England UPI British army granted a urkmgh Friday to a soldier be ause his fiancee is love sick vithout him Lance Corp Royston Allam eaded home on compassionate eave from his Northern Ireland ost to the girl he plans to Kelly 19 He issed her goodbye only Jast eek Maureen who is ill in bed aid I need him desperately nd I know that ifhe could ome home I would get better t once Other people may ink its funny but Im suffer ng from lovesickness North lowain path New blizzard arrives By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Nearbliirard conditions were forecast for the southeast and parK of northeast Iowa late Friday as the first snow storm of the new year threatened the state Jhe Weather Bureau said 6 to 10 inches was likely the state with northerly winds of 30 to 50 miles an hour expected to cause heavy drift ing The storm was being followed across Jowa by much colder temperatures with the mercury expected to skid to between zero and 10 above by Saturday The inowv moved into western Iowa early Friday and caused the quick suspension of schools The new storm is part of a wide snow front which is blow mg up from Texas Oklahoma Missouri and Kansas It is ex pected to swerve across the southeast portion of Iowa and through portions of northeast Uwa before heading into Wiscon sm and Michigan The weather bureau said the Masftn City area will get part of the blow at least and perhaps the full treatment if the wmds shift only slightly News in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Indias war drums muffled PATNA India Indias ruling Congress party muffled its presidents war drums with a resolution calling on thegovernment to seek all avenues of peaceful settlement of territorial disputes with Red China and Pakistan Prime Minister Nehru said the United States and Britain were angered by Indias seizure of PortugueseGoa because they do not like Asia and Africa moving forward and progressing JFK returns to capital PALM Kennedy paid a fare well call on his hospitalized father before flyingback to Washington and intensive coming session of Congress Jan 10 L A may lose newspapers LOS ANGELES The Hearst familys Exam iner and the Chandler familys Mirror arereported about to cease publication This wbuldleave only the Chandlers Times and the Hearsts after noon HeraldExpress to serve the metropolitan area of million people 750 homeless after fire 9MAHA Nearly 150 persons many of them children were homeless following a fire which roared through 16 of 20 units of the Marquette Apartments Yank is Red captive n SAIGON George F Fryett Long Beach Calif who disappearedon Christmas Day is a cap tive of Communists who are parading him through redinfested backwoods villages as proof of imperial ist American South Viet Nam in formed sources said Terrorists still on loose ALGIERS Algeria Terrorists continued on the rampage to raisethe total to 78 dead and 172 wounded in five days of violence IT MIGHT AS WELL BE William R Ellis a retired mailman who resides in the Denver area found him self facing a most unusual to he said Ellis fertilized the still green lawn with a chemical before the last snow and subzero cold spell When the moisture came followed by warm Number of volunteers increases 960000 is new ceiling FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTONThe Army Fri day sharply slashed February and March draft calls despite Presi dent Kennedys decision to add two more regular divisions It set a quota of 8000 men in February and 6000 in March com pared with this months summons for 15000 draftees The said the action was made possible by increased flow of volunteers since President Ken nedy announced the Berlin build up and the big manpower poolre sulting from heavier draft calls ate last year the reduced calls signaled a Forthcoming cut in overall Army strength goals Because of the Berlin situation he Armys goal had been to at ain 1008000 men by next June 30 t That goal was further in creased when two National Guard divisions totaling 73000 men were Called to active duty f It was understood however hat the budgetwhichwill be sent lo Congress in a few days will all for an Array manpower goal if 960000 men for the year start ing JuljrjL Draltr causare reparatiqn for the Armys reduc ion to that strength The defense department said previously that Kennedys recent yrannounced decision to add two more Regular Army divisions permitting discharge would not of the increase guardsmen draft calls The February and March quotas compare with a 25000 man call last September the first month of the buildup 20000 in October and November and 16OOC in December The March call will bring to 725950 the total number of men drafted into the forces since draft vas revived after the start of the Korean war in 1950 The Army reported an increase f 20 per cent in Tegular enlist ments since Kennedy called for he military buildup in the face f the Berlin crisis last July The latest Army strength fig ure showed 1062582 men in uni orm on last Nov mid vay in theBerlin buildup Despite further increases in military spending Kennedys ew defense budget is expected o raise the question of whether ny arms programs were cut to usure a balanced federal bud et A defense official told news men that more than a dozen astminute changes had been made in the military budget The new military blueprint overing the year starting next uly l will go to Congress in a ew days as part of the overall ederal budget have a surplus lifting devices so con struction Corkers on one Helsinki construction job move their supplies upward in this fashion Its not mentally stimulating perhaps but it certainly beats carrying them upall the steps On the inside EditorialsPage 4 Clear Lake News 5 Mason City News 47 Latest Markets7 CubGazette a Sports910 Society News 1314 Comics 15 Transit Schedule 16 North Iowa News 18 TV Guide Pullout Section SAME fowa Safety Department Figures Stiles is new CD director To replace Ben Fowler DES MOINES AP The ap xintment of Ray C Stiles 49 of Des Moines as the states new ivil defense director was an nounced Friday Stiles immediate past com mander of the Iowa Department of the American Legion will re place CE Ben Fowler who tias resigned Frank Williams of Cedar Falls chairman of the ninemember State Civil Defense Board which selected Stiles said Stiles ap pointment is effective Feb 1 The new director will be paid a year Fowler who had been state civ il defense director since 1951 an nounced his resignation a few months ago after Gov Norman Erbe criticized him for Fowlers alleged failure to implement a workable civil defense program for Iowa Fowler had resigned effective March 1 However Williams said Powler hasa some vacations time comingj and will rej main on the job for a while j until he quaints Stiles 1 with the opera tion of the of f i c e Fowlei had been earn ing a year as state STILES director Stiles presently is serv ing as a deputy city assessor for Des Moines A native of Des Momes Stiles enlisted in the Army as a private in 1942 and was dis charged in 1952 as a warrant of iicer saw combat action in Eu rope during World II and served m Korea during the Ko rean conflict He holds the Purple Heart and Bronze Stari Williams said that the Civil De fense Board screened more than 20 applications for the ob He said Stileswas selected aft er the last nine applicants were interviewedThursday Williams said Stiles presumably will go to Battle Creek Mich for a training course with national civil defense officials Stiles is married He has no ihildren Members of the Civil Defense Boards threeman c o m m ittee which screened applicants includ ed Arley Wilson of Marshalitown Nicholas Scholtus of Cedar Rap ds and Ivan H Goddard of Mus atine ADENAUER IS 86 BONN Germany West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer turned 86 Friday Stump appeals his case to Supreme Court DES MOINES AP Ronald taurice Stump a State Univer ty of Iowa honor graduate was convicted of second de ree murder appealed his case o the Iowa Supreme Court Fri ay Stump 22 of Keokuk was con ricted by a Polk County District ourt jury last November in the atal shooting of Michael Daly 22 f Des Moines the night of last une 9 District Judge C Edwin Moore entenced Stump to a 75year term n the Fort Madison Penitentiary ast Dec 8 However Stump presently is ree under bond pending is appeal to the high court In his appeal Stump asked for new trial He also appealed om all orders findings deci ons actions or judgements ad erse to him made Sir District Court Indecent No it isnt England debates the twist LONDON UPI A London dancing school manager banned the new twist dance craze from his flftor because it is too sexy but others in the trade refused to follow suit Bernard Stetson manager of the London Dance Institute started the controversy over the shimmyandwiggle import from America The twist is far too uninhibi ted abandoned and frankly sexy to be performed inBritain he said It belongs to the African bush But his colleagues in the dance business rose up in arms If you are a sexy person it will come out sexy I suppose but so will the tango said Ma A Tampa refuses to allow it at city recreation centers TAMPA Fla city councilmen got all tangled up in the twist but when the show was it was a good gyrating dance fad was still taboo at city rec reation centers Councilman Bill Myers made a game try in a losing cause He even gave a demonstration in his efforts to sway the coun cilto overrule the recreation de partments ban on the twist Myers 45 a fellow of medium cavorted a few steps for the benefit of other councilmen Thursday and described the dance thusiy With one foot you make out like youre stamp ing out a cigarette At the same time you move both hands like you are drying your back with a towel Its like doing calisthenics except you stay on your feet But his exhibition and lecture failed to persuade enough of his council colleagues They upheld the recreation department ban by a 43 vote It isnt as bad as the black bottom and they didnt outlaw that Myers contended They used to do the Charleston in short skirts above the knees And besides anything as hard to learn as the twist they shouldnt outlaw it rielCartmell an attractive in struclor at the Arthur Murray School of Dancing The director of Mecca Ltd biggest ballroom chain in the world ruled out the idea of banning the twist Aslong as a dance does not threaten disturbances said Mec cas Eric Morley its perfectly that goes for the twist Fullyfledged men and wom en dont want the twist said Morley Its a dance for bored socialites who are tired of hold ing each other in their arms Teenagers dont really like it either he said Theres not enough leg mo tion for them Teenagers want action They dont want to stand in one place wiggling their hips about he said Toni Tynegate Smith who i owns a dancing school on Baker Street said she found nothing suggestive about the twist T certainly dont think it is vulgar she said Its its the way you do it However you do most British dont seem quite sure Londons nightclubs are jammed with people every night who are trying   

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