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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 19, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for tto MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION VOL 102 The newspaper that makes all North iowans neighbors j United Intornntlonsl Full MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JULY 19 1962 uoc a Paper Consists of Four m Spaceship to head for Venus Trip to last months By HOWARD BENEDICT CAPE CANAVERAL Flu ffi An interpanclary spaceship named Mariner 1 is scheduled for launching Saturday on a 3A month journey to the vicinity of the planet Venus If successful the intricate spacecraft will zip within 10000 miles of Venus in early November and sensitive instruments will probsecrets of the cloudveiled planet Before Mariner 1 covers the 36 million miles to Venus Mariner 2 scheduled for launching within six weeks is to be following the same course through silent space Purpose of the double launching is to gather as much data as pos sible in the brief sixweek period when Venus is in a favorable po sition It will be another 19 months before Earth and Venus again will be in relative positions in their orbits about the sun for another shot US scientists anticipate Russia will launch a vehicle toward Ven us in the present period The Russians launched the only previous Venus probe but its radio equipment failed long be fore it reached the vicinity of Venus They estimate it passed within 62000 miles of the bright planet and went into orbit around the sun just as Mariners 1 and 2 are expected to do An AtlasAgena B rocket will start the 446pound Mariner 1 on its space voyage Using the same technique which enabled Ranger 4 to hit the moon earlier this year the Agena B will settle into a so called parking orbit 115 miles above Earth at a speed of 18000 miles an hour When the Agena B is in proper position for a Venus trajectory its engine will accelerate to Earth escape speed of 25700 miles an hour and kick the spacecraft free x A complex system of Earth and sun sensors gyroscopes and gas jets will keep Manner on course Nose con of miss intercepted in space Success is hailed by Army Photofax PIE IN HER EYE There are blueberries and pie crust all over her face marking young Paula West phals efforts to win a pieeating contest at Crystal Beach Ontario Amusement Park Yes she and among her prizes was a blueberrypie Atlas used in test Crash injuries fatal to youth Douglas Eugene Bishop 17 1209 1st SW died Thursday morning in a Mason City hospital from injuries received in a car accident Wednesday morning He was a passenger in the car that hit a tree at 1st NW and Beaumont Drive Norma Jean Smith 18 driver of the car also was injured but is reported in fair condition traffic fatality in Mason City this year In April Steven Anthony Pinta 5 was killed when he was struck by a car at the M and St L railroad was the son of Mr and Mrs and in the proper attitude so its FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Army Nike Zeus antimissile missile for the first time successfully intercepted the nose cone of an Air Force At las intercontinental ballistic mis sile high over the Pacific Thurs day the Defense Department an nounced Issuing the historic military an nouncement assistant defense sec retary Arthur Sylvester said he had no knowledge that Russia ever had made such an intercept although he could not deny the possibility The threestage 48foot Nike Zeus was fired from Kwajalein sland in the far Pacific after its sensitive tracking equipment told t that the Air Force missile was lunging through space at 16000 miles an hour at a probable alti tude of 600 miles Rep George P Miller chair man of the House Space com mittee said the feat was evi dence of one of the greates breakthroughs in recent de tense development North Iowa Considerable cloudi ness occasional showers and thunderstorms through Friday Lows Thursday night mid 60s Highs Friday low 80s cloudiness through Friday with occasion al showers arid thunderstorms cooler northwest and extreme west Lows Thursday night 65 to 70 Highs Friday in 80s Further cloud Saturday cooler scattered showers thunderstorms east Minnesota Showers cooler Highs Friday in 70s Manager blames shrinkage Mason Cify elevator license is suspended GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Thursday Maximum 82 Minimum 63 Sunrise Sunset By CHARLES W WALK GlobeGazette Farm Editor The Iowa Commerce Commission Thursday joined a federal agency in suspending the warehouse li cense of Farmers Elevator Inc Mason City The local elevator was one of four Iowa elevators placed on the suspended list be cause of alleged grain shortages Marion Clayburg manager ol shortage of 23000 bushels inches of rain soaks area The weather bureau early Thursday warned of heavy rain hail and strong winds and instruments can radio data backj to earth and its solar panels gather the suns rays for battery power The main tracking station at the National Aeronautics and Space Administrations jet propulsion laboratory facility at Goldstone Calif will issue necessary radio commands to alter trajectory when necessary About eight days after launch ing when Mariner 1 is more than one million miles from Earth Goldstone will send a signal to fire an engine in the spacecraft This midcourse engine can pro duce 50 pounds of thrust for up to 43 seconds and will provide the big boost needed to jockey the that is exactly what the Mason City area received beginning about oclock More than an inch and a half of rain was recorded at the Ma son City airport by 11 oclock The thunderstorm was part of a wide belt of showers which moved into northwest Iowa and is expected to hang around until vehicle path There onto the Venus flyby are many ifs in the project of course For one thing its impossible to know now if radios will work effectively at such great distances Some of the instruments are designed to probe the cloud cover to determine if they hide land masses or water The University of Iowa is pro viding some of the radiation de tection devices Journal in Milwaukee buys the Sentinel MILWAUKEE Wis UPI The Milwaukee Journal Thursday announced its purchase of the Mil waukee Sentinel from the Hearst Corporation The Sentinel a morning news paper has not published since May 27 because of a strike of about 350 members of the Amer ican Newspaper Guild in a new contract dispute Irwin Maier publisher of the Journal an afternoon newspaper said publication of the new Mil waukee Sentinel will resume on Monday morning July 23 The Sentinel will not be published on Sundays The Sentinel was the states oldest newspaper having pub lished for 125 years Maicr said the Sentinel will be published in the Journal plant by the Journal staff to be augmented i necessary Friday Cooler temperatures will fol low the storms DOCTORS STRIKE ROME than 3 000 hospital doctors began a fourday strike in Rome Thurs day despite government promis es their demands for more pay and job security would be ful filled The walkout involved about a third of the citys 900 physicians hut provision wa made to handle any serious o emergency cases Charles Pinta 525 Massachu setts NE Douglas Bishop was born Aug 30 1944 at Garner He had ived in the community 15 years and was a member of Holy family Catholic Church He w o u 1 d have been a senior at Newman High School this fall Sur v iving are his mother and er stepfath Mr and In the carefullycontrolled test the Atlas missile was launched from Vandenfaurg Air Force Base Calif some 4500 miles from Kwa jalein Sylvester revealed that an ear lier attempt at an intercept was not a complete success He re fused to say when the test was made or where the fault lay There has been a published re port however that the second stage of the Nike Zeus malfunc tioned Defense Secretary Robert S MacNamara issued a cautious statement about the shot in which he aimed a pointed barb at Nikita Mrs Charles Sinclair brother Frank Bishop half BI SHOP brother Mark Sinclair and halfsister Susan Sinclair and grandparents Mr and Mrs Emil Gelner all of Mason City Requiem high Mass will he celebrated at 9 am Saturday at Holy Family Catholic Church The Rt Rev Msgr A Khrushchevs claim last week that Russia has an antimissile missile which can hit a fly in the sky McNamara said Thursdays test evidence is the extensive continuing nature of the US program to understand the ca pabilities and limitations of anti missile systems He then added pointedly It shows that we speak of such matters from knowledge The defense secretary who has been lukewarm about the Sharp rebuffs to military coup in Peru LIMA Peru tions continued in Lima Wednes day night but were broken u quickly by the military junta whose seizure of power brough sharp rebuffs from hemispheric allies The armed forces clamped dic tatorial rule on the Andean na tion and appeared in complete least for the moment overthrowing the constitu tional government of President Manuel Prado Sporadic demonstrations which were sparked by students and teenagers broke out in the capi tal in protest against the military takeover of the government to nullify the June 10 national elec ions The Uunited States quickly denounced the coup suspended diplomatic relations with Peru the elevator stated that failure to allow for adequate shrinkage in the elevators supply of storec corn was the actual reason for the reported shortage The alleged shortage according o the commerce commission is 948 bushels Earlier the elevator had been uspended as an approved placellowa City elevator is 5993 bush or storing Federal grain In that e 1 s compared with aa 8000 uspension the Commodity Credit bushel shortage reported by Corp CCC disclosed an alleged CCC officials The alleged short age found at the Vail elevator No hearing has been set for the by the commerce commission is ocal elevator before the com92840 bushels as compared with merce commission to answer the a reported CCC shortage of 96 charges The other elevators 000 bushels placed on suspension by the comClayburg said the suspension merce commission were the Iowa by the commerce commission ity Grain and Feed Service Inc was expected after the CCC Iowa City the Allen T North move The suspension means Gram Co Vail and the Ellston Clayburg said that the elevator Elevator Co Ellston Hearings no longer can issue warehouse on the Iowa City and Vail susreceipts to the CCC for farmre pensions have been set for Aug ceived corn 28 The government suspension The alleged shortage slated came about following a June 22 by the commerce commission inspection Such inspections by in its suspension order for the both commerce commission and N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Visa to Liz denied United Arab Republic said it has denied a visa to actress Elizabeth Taylor because of her fundraising work for Israel Richard Burton Miss Taylors costar already has arrived for the shooting of final scenes in the movie Cleopatra J Breen will be celebrant BurNike Zeus went on to say that ial will be in the St Joseph sec tion of Elmwood Cemetery The Rosary will be said at 8 pm Friday at the PattersonJames Chapel this country also is carrying out a program to insure that our missiles will penetrate antimis sile systems which might be en countered These programs McNamara said give us confidence that our missiles would be able to penetrate any such system which has been developed by anyone The Army fully confident of the Zeus potential for defending against missile attack has spent billion on development of the system Asked why the previous shot Division described as not a complete success was kept secret until now Sylvester replied that that is had nothing to announce He described McNamara and everyone concerned with the de velopment as delighted He declined to say whether the Atlas missile carried any decoy devices or other measures for misleading the Nike Zeus radar On the inside and halted further Alliance for Progress aid which has been pouring into the country at the rate of million a year The US action stopped short of a full break in diplomatic rela tions and US Ambassador James Loeb was ordered to re main in Luna to report develop ments Such consular relations between the two countries as is suance of visas and commercial arrangements will continue Four Latin American Venezuela Colombia Costa Rica and the Dominican also refused to recognize the mil itary regime and suspended dip lomatic relations Brazil Mexico and Panama said they were study ing the situation Workmen strike at submarine yards GROTON Conn AP Con struction of 11 nuclear submarines was tied up Thursday by a strike of 8700 production workers at General Dynamics Electric Boat The walkout began after the un ion workers rejected the company Celebrezze is endorsed Kennedys nomina tion of Anthony J Cetebrezze as the new secretary of health education and welfare was unanimously ap proved by the Senate Finance committee if Alam named new premier TEHRAN Mohammed Reza Pahlevi appointed Assadolah Alamas premier Alam promptly pledged to remain a firm friend of the United States Alam a 43yearold veteran ofhigh cabinet posts in previous regimes was named to succeed Dr Ali Amini in an attempt to solve Irans financial crisis Ultimatum to engineers Air Lines grounded since June 23 is telling its striking flight engineers to report for work by next Tuesday or face the loss of their jobs Bargaining talks between the carrier and the Flight Engineers International Association ended abruptly apparently at a dead end Court ruling hits Hoffa U S Court of Appeals ruled that labor unions may not use union paid at torneys or union funds to defend union officers charged with fraud The court unanimously ordered a U S District Court review of the question whether President James R Hoffa and other Teamsters Union officials must reimburse the union for legal services in certain fraud charges cases CCC officials are routine Clayburg calls the shortage operational and says steps are being taken to have the suspensionlifted The steps in clude the settling of the short age and an increase in the operating bond of the elevator Clayburg says a check will be sent to the CCC division headquarters at Evanston 111 to cover the shortage The CCC has in formed him it will accept Such a check Clayburg adds Clayburgs explanation of ths discovered shortage is this You cant store corn without it shrinking and the better job of storing you do the more it will shrink This just shrunk a heck of a lot more than we thought Since 1955 the elevator has had varying amounts of gov ernment held corn in storage This amount has ranged from as much as 505000 bushels to the present 144000 bushels The a 11 o t e d government shrinkage on the 500000 bushels would be about 25000 bushels while the alloted shrinkage on the 144000 bushels would be about 7200 bushels By not allowing for the proper amount of shrinkage1 when the government reduced his storage capacity from 500 000 bushels to 150000 bushels last year Clayburg transferred the shrink on the larger amount to the smaller total In other words Clayburg says when the government re duced his storage capacity by 70 per cent he delivered that amount of corn to them with out making the proper allot ments for shrinkage in stocks he still had Woman parachutist Tumbles 2000feet into lake survives Photofax NEW FROM the latest answer to the old expression Whats new in Denmark Maj Robert White who won astronaut wings for taking the XI5 rocket plane to an altitude of 59 miles tries out an eggshaped chair given to him by Danish newsmen in this country They told him the chair ad mittedly was designed Editorials Page 4 Society News 11121314 Sports 1920 Latest Markets 28 Mason City News 2829 Comics 32 Clear Lake News 33 North Iowa News 36 INVENTOR DIES UPPER DARBY Pa un Eugene J lioudry 70 French born inventor of the catalytic process of producing better gas oline died Wednesday offer of a twoyear contract pro viding an additional 14 cents an hours in pay and improved fringe benefits DOES THE NAME McMINNVILLE Tenn M Police thought the lost little 8 yearold boy was joking But Mel Judkins arrived at the po lice station in short order to re claim his grandson and to con firm that the lads name was indeed John Doe MARSTON MILLS Mass AP Ann Frottens parachute failed to open Wednesday and she plummeted 2000 feet plunging into Mystic Lake It was the 20yearold girls first jump and she gasped Ill never jump again She was rushed to Cape Cod Hospital in Hyannis where attend ants were a mazed to dis cover she ap parently escap ed serious in jury Prelimin a r y examind t i o n showed only facial cuts Scott Con nell 14 was on the lake shore when Mi s s Frolten landed LOIS ANN Whitely who was fishing on the lake sped to the girls rescue Whitely said Miss Frotten tum bled down through the sky end over end Almost at the same moment Jack L LaRoche 22 of Water own Miss Frottens instructor anded inxthe lake after parachut ng from the private plane He had seen she was in trouble on he way down and leaped after On the way to the hospital in an ambulance Miss Frolten Corn shrinkage comes about in a variety of ways Two of the most common are by loss of moisture and cleaning Corn with a high percentage of mois ture will weigh more and taka up more space This corn loses moisture in storage and there fore takes up less space Tak ing foreign materials out of corn also will mean the same amount of corn in a smaller space One government official says that corn can contain two per cent foreign material At present the government is iSAMErDATEmi324 i in some 20 feet of water He saic she hit the water feet first with a terrific splash Young Connell got his family speedboat and with aid Fred dazed and almost incoherent asped repeatedly Ill never lump again x Later she asked What did I do wrong Fellow members of the sky di ing unit of which Miss Frotten was a member said she apparent ly forgot to pull the ripcord of her emergency chute when the automatic chute failed to function properly Miss Frotten whose home is in Brewster Mass is a telephone operator in starting to load out all tho stored corn in the local elevator This is part of the complete investiga tion that will be conducted to de termine whether the suspension should be lifted or whether warehouse license for the eleva tor should be revoked Clayburg says he welcomes such an investigation The invest igation also will include a com plete audit of the companys books We have handled an estimated million bushels of corn for tho government since 1955 Clayburg says and this is the first we ever have checked short Cfayburg feels the government was wrong in making tho suspen sion public until it could be de termined whether the cause of the shortage was operational or because of conversion In the con version process Clayburg pointf out he party tries to defraud Uw government   

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