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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 16, 1962, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION The newspaper VOLIOZ Associated Preii United Internatlontl Full that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JULY 16 1962 10o a Paper Consists of Two One No 135 100000 defy weather at air show One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGIO moO pm Sun WOI Ames gra Tues WTAO Qulucy BMfl pm Thurs WSUl Iowa Ctlj 910 XiiiO am Sal A backward look over 20 years JUST AN EVEN 1000 COM mcntarics was on March 21 overriding concern was about what kind of peace we were going to get from the most terrible war ever fought Would the United States play its full part in that peace I wondered I have that first quarterhour commentary before me as I prepare this weekly visit with you Ive spent most of an after noon thumbing through all of the manuscripts which followed on that one launching a oncea wcck series that has never been broken Several times during my time as war correspondent in the European Theater I had to prc vail on the British Broadcasting Co BBC to shortwave my commentaries That was in 1944 A dozen years later I dis patched my coverage of the 1956 Olympics in Melbourne over Australias electronic facili ties During my stay in Russia I took voluminous notes de cipherable only by me but didnt feel safe in preparing my actual copy until I crossed over into the clean fresh air of free Finland I even had the uneas feeling that my room in the Na tional Hotel overlooking the grim walls of the Kremlin had concealed microphones The words included in these one thousand scripts would be sufficient for 25 books of aver age novel size They would however have to be drastically rearranged to be pawned off a salable fiction In retrospect I am myself a little impressed by the wide range of subjects ex plored They range from the love life of the honeybee to cov eragc of the national party con vcntions held since 1924 I wouldnt deny though tha I have had some favorite sub jects traf fie safely has been one o these The vastly improved system for reckoning time in corporated in the World Calen dar has been another shouldnt be surprised to dis cover that Ive touched on each of these topics as many as a score of times pcrhap more than that in the case o safety But the subject to which I havfc returned again and again is world peace All else has seemed dwarfed alongside this awesome topic That first commentary in 1D43 titled Shall it Be Peaci or War was almost a prayc that we avoid the myopic crro which caused us to remain ou of the League of Nations anc thereby condemn the organixa tion and its program to stcrilit and ultimate failure I pleadct for a rejection of those amonj us who were contending tha itnclcr no circumstances shoulc we surrender any sover eignty It was obvious it even more obvious no meaningful world peace or ganization can be set up withou some intelligent delegating o authority by the constituent na tions I spoke as one who wa conversant with all of the com forting but fallacious argument of isolationism and selfcontain ment I had used them all am even invented some of them before I saw the light Understand this was in 1943 The tide of battle had not thci turned in our favor in eithe the Pacific or I ho Eurepear Theaters There was no indica tion what time or in what fonr peace would come It was in a setting that I wrote m Turn to 2 Plcast A Marine Corps aviator spent1 Mason Citys Aviation Day on he ground Sunday after his jet rashed and burned on a land ng attempt Saturday afternoon Nursing two bruised knees but scaping serious injury was Maj W L Moore who flew the ChanceVought Crusader from Buford NC The craft was to be displayed at the air show Moore is a native of Winona Minn and a graduate of the itate University of Iowa Officials the planes tail icction hit a dirt bank just be ore it reached the northwest southeast runway and the plane jounced into the air and nosed nto the ground before slithering onto the runway With its landing gear stripped off the jet then skidded about a lock and a half before coming o a rest A fire truck from Minneapolis also at the airport for the avia JOBArAIR GUARD PLENIY TO SEE AT AIR SHOW From one run the Blue Angels jets are lined up preparatory for way to the other and from the parking lots to the takeoff In the air at left is Art Hartmans World cement apron there was plenty to see at the Mason War I Jenny while on the grass below is the burned City Airport during Aviation Day In the foreground out hulk of a Marine Corps jet that crashed on land is the static display of National Guard aircraft while ingSaturday N ews in a utshell FROM OUK WIRE SERVICES Animals died SUNNYVALE Calif monkeys and four hamsters which were sent aloft in a high alti tude balloon as part of a radiation exp e r i m e n t died from natural causes in the capsules in which they were parachuted to earth Reports from the scene of the landing in northern Saskatchewan said the animals had died due to failure of the life support con ditioning tempera t u r e and the cap sules No compromise Soviet Union dashed hopes for a compromise agreem e n t on a nuclear test ban treaty by rejecting a suggestion that the Rus sians modify their posi tion on national controls Dispute worsens TOKYO Communist China charged that In dian troops have estab lished three additional strong points in the dis puted ChineseI n d i a n border area Out ofbed LONDON Sir Win ston Churchill 87 mak ing satisfactory prog ress in his recovery from a broken left 1 e g and complications got out of bed for the first time in 11 days How ever it was learned there were no immediate plans for the former prime minister to leave the hos pital Bombing probed VATICAN Italian and Vatican offi cials sought clues to which of the 20000 vis itors to St Peters Basil ica planted a time bomb that slightly damaged a monument to a 17th cen tury pope North Iowa Mostly cloudy Mon day night with lowest around 60 Partly cloudy Tuesday with highest in lower 70s Iowa Partly cloudy through Tuesday a little warmer north west Low Monday night 5560 Tuesday 70s northeast to near 80 in southwest Outlook for Wednesday Partly cloudy not much change in temperature scattered thundershowers likely northwest portion Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average about 5 degrees below normal Monday night through Saturday with little daily change Normal highs are from the middle to upper Space talk dominates Aviation Day banquet By CHARLES WALK GlobeGazette Staff Writer The United States most am bitious space close to place a satellite in orbi around Mars will be attempte by 1964 A new series of weather sate also will be put in orbi next year This will be a nev n r v at the annual Aviation Day bantype of satellite which alway quet at the Hotel Hanford Saturfaces the earth If they had been day night n rock Addison M Rothrock associate roc f l would have bee irector of the National to Predict tne storm director of the National Aero nautics and Space Administra tion NASA Office of Plans and JLlUllQ CL1IVI c VW v v AIM Program Evaluation explained Portance of recent advance the program which is scheduled in the field of communica to put a manned space craft on the moon prior to 1970 lower 60s Rainfall will aver age 50 of an inch to one inch in thunderstorms becoming Rothrock declined to put a more specific date than prior 80s and normal lows in the to 1970 on the completion of the T program for two reasons 1 Some problems take longer to solve than is anticipated and 2 New problems always seem to come up once the project is started In setting a completion date for a program of this kind GlobeGazette Weather Data Rothrock Pointed out we must more numerous half of the week the latter Minnesota Partly cloudy con cool Highs Tuesday in tinued 70s satellites He particularl praised the Telstar venture thi week because it showed the clos cooperation between private ii dustry and the government In commenting on the militar application of satellites Roth rock said there are technologica limitations that must be studied Donald Red Blanchard serve up to 8 am Monday Maximum Minimum Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 66 58 75 57 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Sunday Maximum 67 Minimum 58 NEW JOB FOR EZRA LOS ANGELES Taft Benson former secretary of agriculture under President Eisenhower has been named to the board of directors of Olson Brothers Inc a California egg product packing firm Only the Newspaper ONLY THE NEWSPAPER tomorrows history on pa per so that you can it to day In a fabulous your is to fell you about it remember that we are estimat ing how long it will take to do something that has never been done The space vehicle to be used in Project Apollo will weigh about 100 tons Rothrock said About 90 per cent of this weight will be fuel The craft will carry three people As now scheduled the Apollo craft will orbit the moon at about 50 miles Two of the crew members will land on the moon in a smaller craft spend two or three days and return to the larger craft for the trip back to earth The entire trip will take about a week or 10 days Roth rock continued Special emphasis is being placed by NASA on manned space flights Rothrock said be cause no machine can take the place of mans ability to react About twothirds of the money spent by NASA goes to manned flights This does not mean however that the unmanned portion of the program is being ignored Rothrock added For instance six solar observation satellites are scheduled to be placed in orbit around the sun in the near future and a Surveyor space craft complete with television camera will be sent to fhe moon in 1964 Unmanned flights to Venn and Mars also are planned in the next couple of years he con tinued A satellite to observe Venus from a distance of 25000 miles while orbiting the sun will earlier this year Roth id il would have been hat lashed the East Coast He also pointed out the Marine Corps pilot Escapes jet crackup with bruised knees lion day ceremonies extin guished the blaze with foam The plane was almost a total loss however A crane was used to lift the plane from the runway to the grass on the of the strip side to allow use by other planes The craft remained in that posi tion throughout Sunday and of ficials had no word as to further disposal of the wreckage The dirt bank was marked by a series of white oil drums Moore told authorities he came in low so as to utilize all of the runway since the jet is heavy and has a long roll after let down The plane was afire by the time Moore scrambled from the cockpit Moore was on hand for all the ground activities despite noticeable limp Angels fly in drizzle Low ceiling curbs shows By PHIL CURR1E GlobeGazeHe StaH Writer An estimated 100000 persons were set Sunday for the allout activities of what was billed as the biggest of all the North Iowa Aviation Day shows but one h e didnt cooperate completely Overcast sky cold weather and occasional light rains dampened the air show festivities and caused the Blue Angels flying team and the Chuting Stars para chute performers to reduce their crew for its prompt work in ex tinguishing the blaze More Yanks victims in S Wet Nam SAIGON South Viet Nam Three air crashes in 24 hours in South Viet Nams guerrilla infested jungles Monday left 26 dead including four American servicemen Five more Americans were missing in the air crashes and another was killed in an ambush Saturday in one of the bloodiest weekends in recent months A twoengined troop laden Vietnamese air force transport crashed near the Laos border far north of Saigon Monday in the most serious of the air mis haps killing 22 Vietnamese sol diers and a US Air Force flight instructor Other search crews probed the mountainous jungle 280 miles northeast of Saigon where a U S Army H21 helicopter crashed in names after being hit by guerrilla gunfire Ground parties found the charred bodies of two US Army officers and an enlisted man But an American enlisted man and two Vietnamese were still missing The only known survivor a US Army captain said to have been the pilot was found walk shows to a minimum Despite the threatening weather Officials com mended the crash however airport manager Mike Griffin estimated the crowd at about 100000 at the high point in he 3 when the air performance began at the 10th annual event The two Navy star attractions needed a ceiling of about 12000 feet to do all their fancy stuff with visibility for the Blue An gels at about 5 miles At no time during the day however did the clouds rise above 2500 feet and the ceiling was as low as 1600 feet at one time A number of delays took place in hopes that the sky would clear but things never got better When the Angels finally took off at to wrap up the air show light rain was falling Even though the Angels had to limit their performance to a num ber of high speed passes in for mation over the field they still thrilled the crowd And they per formed their famous diamond for mation with the wing tips only 36 inches apart Stunt flyer Roy Timm of Keo kuk and veteran pilot Ait Hart man flying a World War I Jenny both offered their full perform ances and provided the crowd with a good show Hartman 74 on Saturday and itill flying with ease cranked up lis plane and took off into the MAJ W L MOORE as master of ceremonies for the ing tnrouSn the Jungle five miles program Among the guests helfrom the crash He was only introduced were the Blue Angels Mayor George Mcndon Dick Mcttler former manager of the Mason City Airport and present ly manager of the El Paso Inter national Airport Lt Col Santa Anna representing the Defense Department Capt R T Keel ing representing the Naval Air Station at Minneapolis and Jack MacNider president of the Ma son City Chamber of Commerce The Rev Marvin Hulse gave the invocation slightly injured and accounts here shed no light on how he survived On the inside Editorials Page 4 Comics 7 Society News 89 Sports H12 North Iowa News 13 Latest Markets 14 Mason City News 1415 Clear Lake News 16 Italian doctors in threat of walkout ROME doctors Monday threatened a fourday walkout from hospitals through out the country unless parlia ment acts by Tuesday on a job security law The doctors and their assistants plan to walk out Wednesday unless the parlia ment passes or promises a bill guaranteeing the doctors jobs up until the age of 70 and their assistants up until the age of 65 THAILAND SUBMITS BANGKOK Thailand a series of twisting Wn land reports it has withdrawn from the border temple of Preah Vihear relinquishing it to Cam bodia in compliance with a World Court verdict wind He took one lap around the air field circling slowly then gently put the World War I bi plane back on the grass near the runway Timm flying a Waco RNF Spe cial biplane powered with a 240 horsepower engine put his plane SAME JET DEMOLISHED A burned out hulk is all that remains of a Marine Corps Crusader jet that crashed on wiviug VIIW OUlt Will t JVfU VIIULI be put up this year An attempt landing at the Mason City airport The pilot Maj W L Moore Buford NC escaped with a pair of bruised knees as flames engulfed his craft after it hit in girating maneuvers At one time the three time national champion flier executed a 10 point roll pausing at 10 different positions as he turned his plane over in the air Another time Timm executed a square loop with a vapor indicating that he had cut no corners The Chuting Stars the Navy parachute team was forced to limit its performance to a series of four jumps from the plane that passed over the field At each pass three men bailed out and pulled the ripcord exploding their colorful chutes and gliding down to earth at a predesignated area Ordinarily with clear skies the Stars operate from a height that allows them to fall for some RO seconds before they open their parachutes In the 60sccond time they perform a variety of routines The visiting performers were as visibly disappointed in the weather as was the crowd Lt Hank Giedzinski the public in formation officer who described the Blue Angels show reported that they were really sorry aboutthe weather When we come to Mason City we like to put on the best show possible for you he said Later Giedzinski pointed out that the Angels would rarely go up with the rain as it was These fellows arc really put ting their hearts into it to give you as good a show as possible under those conditions he said Those 100000 who came to the airport during the day busied themselves visiting static air dis plays during the breaks in the afternoon And although the air performances were hampered the ground activities moved along smoothly The numrr ous aircraft on display got a good working over us hundreds of persons filed through them to
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