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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 28, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that makes all North I o wans neighbors HOME EDITION VOL in Associated Preti and Untied Prew International Full MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY DECEMBER 2S WJ IDc Paper Coaslets at Two 27S 9 P is expensive j necessary billion next year By JOSEPH L MYLER WASHINGTON UPI It costs hundreds of millions of doljars to develop and test a Skybolt missile whether you buy it or not You cant even take a three man moonship through its changing early design phases without spending sizeable frac tions of a billion bucks Consider a comparatively cheap item like the experiment al fivepound atomic power gen erator used in two of the Tran sit navigational satellites Its fuel alone cost a pound So perhaps it shouldnt come as a surprise to learn from the National Science Foundation that the government is spending billion a year on research and development otherwise known as Without R D we would never have had John Glenns Mercury spacecraft the Mariner II Venus probe or all those Atlas Titan1 Minuteman and Polaris missiles which protect US security Still billion is a lot of money when you stop to think that does not involve the of things but merely the cost of nursing them to the point where they may or may not be worth purchasing The science foundations billion estimate was for R D in the fiscal year ending next June 30 This is an increase of billion or 31 per cent over the billion spent for the same purposes in the fiscal year ended last July 1 Before 1919 there never was a federal budget as big in its en tirety as this billion which the government is not spending on research and development alone Chicago to take action Hog odor lingers on CHICAGO rei9n hat ended but Hie lingers on Chicago hac lost its title of hog butcher of the world but the fragrance emanating from the oncebuttling union stockyards still serves as a vivid reminder of days gone by However even this link with the past must go James Fitzpatrick the city air pollution control director said that next year the stock yards from whence illwinds wafted across the Chicago area to the suburb of Evans ton some IS miles away will lose their aroma Fitzpatrick said the main sources of the odor were large manure piles and two render ing plants He said Darling Co owner of one plant has budgeted to eliminate the air pollution problem The General Rendering Co a sub sidiary of Wilson Co has promised to submit an odor control program within 60 days Since Chicago is still a ma jor livestock sales point ma nure piles have been allowed to accumulate until the mater ial could be sold as fertilizer The piles kept getting bigger and Fitzpatrick said adding that you can only sell fertilizer a couple of times a year He predicted that when the worlds biggest barnyard loses its punch residential property values will rise in the area He said that much of the area left unused by de parture of the packing plants could be used for other in dustrial purposes once the odors quit frustrating re development of the property CLOUDY Jb Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average near normal Sat urday through next Wednes day Normal highs 25 to 35 and normal lows 5 to 18 de grees It will be warmer at the beginning of the period but turning colder again about Sunday or Monday Precipita tion will average 20 to 50 of an inch in occasional rain or snow over the weekend and again about Tuesday or Wed nesday North Iowa Increasing cloudi ness and warmer Friday night lows 1015 Mostly cloudy and colder Saturday with occasional snow flurries highs near 20 Iowa Increasing and warmer east cloudiness and south According to the science snow Colder Saturday around 18 high light snow or snow flurries Sunday foundation federal funds for R this year are 16 times Cloudy windy light what they were in 1948 If you multiplied the entire 1948 budget by 16 you would get about billion That the total budget merci fully hasnt grown along with R D is indicated by the fact that overall federal spending for this year is estimated at billion This years budget is billion bigger than the entire billion federal budget of the World War I year of 1918 The government during George Washingtons two terms 178991 spent only for all purposes Science and tech nology not to mention inflation have grown since those days It costs a billion dollars nowadays just to develop an atomic air plane engine to the place where you realize you cant use it This years RAD budget wont be the biggest ever ac cording to the science founda tion It saidits findings point to a continuous the na tional investment in military space and atomic energy de velopment programs as well as to greater national support of programs concerned with health and natural resources In the 15 years since fiscal 1948 spending has in creased from 25 per cent of the entire budget to about 13 per cent The Defense Department is the biggest spender among the agencies Its figure for the current year is bil lion compared to billion last year The National Aeronautics and Space Administration which hopes to land men on the moon before 1970 is coming up fast It expects to double its R D funds from billion in the year ended June 30 to billion in the year ending next June 30 The foundation said the Atomic Energy Commission and the Department of Health Edu cation and Welfare also show large gains in R D spending About fourfifths of all th money the science foundation Mid is spent outside the gov Most of it 65 per cent goes to industry SEEK ASYLUM CASABLANCA ttl Seven rew members of the Cuban freighter Pinar del Rio have asked political asylum in Moroc Friday night lows 1015 north to 20s south Mostly cloudy and turning colder Saturday with a few snow flurries north highs 1015 northwest to the 20s southeast Further and cold with GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Friday Maximum Minimum Sunrise1 Sunset 22 7 co authorities said Friday N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES 14th blast along the wall BERLIN A homemade bomb blasted a hole in the Communistbuilt Berlin wall and caused more damage to property than any of the 13 previous ex plosions since the barrier went up 16 months ago West Berlin police estimated 20 pounds of explosives were set off shattering more than 600 windows in the area Miss Liberty dies at 94 WHITE PLAINS N Y Mrs William H New ell 94 was Miss Liberty when the Statue of Liberty was opened in 1886 died Thursday New York officials selected her Miss Liberty when she was 18 Birth oi quints is hoax BUENOS AIRES Police termed a hoax re ports reaching here of the birth of quintuplets to a peasant couple at Simbolar a remote interior village Rail decisions effect delayed WASHINGTON Supreme Court Justice Wil liam Douglas delayed to Jan 9 the effect of a lower court decision that would allow the nations railroads to eliminate featherbedding or unnecessary work Skybolt performance disputed WASHINGTON The Air Force insisted that last Saturdays test of the controversial Skybolt mis sile was a success but informed sources indicated the performance was considerably less than 100 per cent as claimed Live Within Income Page 3 Clear Lake News 5 Mason City News 67 Latest Markets 7 Society News 8 Sports 910 North Iowa News 10 Comics 13 Editorials 16 TV Guide Pullout Section SAME DATE 1961 632 White Mcmil N Tratfto Dealb IB Past 24 Boon HAIL TO CALIFORNIA Virginia Poirer a secretary in the California governors office poses in front of the State Capitol with a California 1st emblem Friday was the day Californi Photofax ans were supposed to ring bells toot auto horns and set off factory whistles to celebrate the states by NTew the biggest popula tion in the nation Another showdown in making A ceasefire effort sought BRUSSELS Belgium AP Catanga forces have opened fire n UN forces in Elisabethville nd have refused to obey Presi ent Moise Tshombes orders to ease firing the United Nation in Leopoldville reported Friday In New York a UN spokesman aid the Congo force has been nstructed to take all necessary ction in self defense and to re tore order Col Gunnar Samuel ton of Swe en a UN officer reported that UN troops had been attacked ith bombs and heavy mortars as ell as small arms fire He said ix Ethiopians and one Indian Tere wounded A UN spokesman in New York aid Tshombe apparently had lost ontrol of the police The spokesman added that the orces under fire were chiefly ithiopians and Indian Gurkhas In London the British govern ment said the US and British onsuls in Elisabethville sought also to arrange a ceasefire Reports from Northern Rhode ia quoted Tshombe as saying the UN troops were shelling the Eu opean quarter of Elisabethville ind endangering civilian lives The reports said Tshombe claims UN shells had fallen on a hos pital wounding a nurse Tshombe said UN forces opened fire with out warning in the European sec tion of Elisabethville and that Eu ropeans were caught in the thick of a battle according to the re ports Katanga has seceded from the ngo central government based n Leopoldville and the United Nations has been Dressing Tshom e to bring his mineralrich prov nee under Leopoldvilles control The larger part of the United Na ions 19000man Congo force i reported to be in Katanga It was the second shooting re ported this week between UN and Katangan troops in the Elisa bethville area Heavy shooting continued for several hours Christmas day Tension has mounted in Elisa bethville since UN Secretary eneral U Thant announced h was stepping up pressure to enc Catangas secession from the central Congo government and he United States sent a military mission to the Congo last week Patrol chief to retire in spring DBS MOINES Dav id Herrick of the Iowa Highway Patrol said Friday he plans to retire some time next spring Herrick has been chief since 1953 The exact date is not defi nite Herrick said but I would like to stay around for the legislative session The 1963 legislature will open Jan 14 to run three months or more Herrick 58 said he wants to retire because there are a lot of things Id like to see and do Photofax COMINGOUT PARTY The offspring of the na tions elite made their debuts at the International Debutantes Ball at the As tor Hotel in New York in cluding the fetching Gray twins of Kansas City Andrea left and Adrienne were among the 49 society girls to come of age Also stepping out below was Patricia Ann Sterling shown with her mother actress Ann Sothern Not sate from gal drivers even if youre in a manhole KEOKUK UPI Harold Johnson a city sanitation de partment worker here can tell you a person isnt safe from traffic even at the bottom of a manhole Johnson was involved in a traffic accident while work ing in an underground sewer Thursday Helen Hagmeier told police she was temporarily blinded by the sun when her car crashed through a barricade and hit a ladder protruding from an open manhole No one was hurt in the ac cident but debris from the barricade and pieces of broken ladder rained down on John sons head India Pakistan break off talks RAWALPINDI Pakistan MV India and Pakistan broke off talks on Kashmir Friday after one session showed both conn claims to the Himalayan state The negotiators agreed to meet again in New Delhi on Jan 1617 but observers in the ui uiiugb iu IIKC to see and do r J while Im still able Id like to tes firm on their J Ilil A t Q I tTTI C f h Jft 1Tl n 1 it n rlntn do a little traveling for exam ple The chief said he plans to live in Atlantic where he has built a new home He said he has not decided on any future job Herrick a native of Milford has been with the patrol since it was founded in 1935 Dennis Crosby faces drunken driving count HOLLYWOOD MVBing Cros bys son Dennis was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving in West Hollywood Thursday night Sheriffs deputies said his sports car was weaving from side to side They said he told them Im very sorry and Indian capital said prospects wuh the talks thus far BuThc added that I am afraid I can make no prophecy about the success or the result of the con glad I didnt hurt anybody WEDDING BELLS NEW YORK Sandy Stewart and composer Morris Charlop will be married here Sunday were slim for a settlement of the 15year dispute The interruption of the min isterial talks came suddenly They had been scheduled to last three days Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Paki stans chief delegate told news men he was not dissatisfied Cubans vow to return Kennedy to visit them MIAMI Fla AP Talk of mother possible thrust against idel Castro surged through the uban exile colony Friday even js freed prisoners of the last at empt were reunited with newly rrived relatives The relatives numbering more han 900 came aboard the African Pilot the vessel that took ood and medicine ransom sup plies to Castro for release of I 13 captives taken in the April 1961 Bay of Pigs invasion We shall return proclaimed Manuel Artime civilian leader of he attack expedition who along vith other invasion chiefs met with President Kennedy in Palm Beach Thursday Papa Kennedy oners call the man in the Whits House announced that he will at end a ceremony in the Orange Bowl Saturday honoring the bri gade Exiles looking toward fu ure antiCastro action interpret ed this as a hopeful sign The Cuban Revolutionary Coun cil which dispatched the brigade o the Bay of Pigs declared An irrevocable resolution unites all of them the returned prisoners to return to Cuba with arms in hand to liberate the country from degrading and brutal vassalage to Soviet Rus sia Several hundred of the 463 women 217 men and 242 chil dren who arrived on the African Pilot were quartered in a spaci ous Miami building provided by the Cuban Refugee Center The center operated by the US De partment of Health Education and Welfare also provided meals for returnees until they got set tied Others went to homes of friends or relatives The Cuban Families Cammif tee which through New York at torney James B Donovan and with US government help spon sored the return of the prisoners reported another boatload of re latives will come The next boat that takes sup plies of medicines and foodstuffs o Havana will return with 2000 more Cubans said a committee official Kennedy told the Cuban tion in Palm Beach that he hopes some day to visit a free Cuba With Artime to see the Presi dent were Jose Perez San Roman military commander of the inva sion brigade and his first assist ant Erneido Oliva The President will address Cu bans in the Orange Bowl cere monies in which the exprisoners will give Kennedy their invasion flag Feeling persisted among exiles that freeing of the prisoners re moved one of the obstacles for antiCastro action The revolutionary council head ed by Dr Jose Miro Cardona whose son returned with the pris oner group declared This legion of patriots must be the vanguard of a great Pan American crusade against Com munist forces that make Cuba bloody and project shadows of slavery over the entire hemis phere The statement presence in exile of Brigade 2506 will be a stimulus to continue fight Denies U2 flight over North Korea PANMUNTOM Korea WJ Maj Gen Joseph E Gill of the US Air Force rejected Friday Communist charges that an American US spied over North Korea on Dec 6 Gen Gill the senior UN delegate told a meeting of the Military Armistice Commission the charge had no basis in fact The North Korean delegate Maj Gen Chang ChungHwan charged a week ago that a U2 reconnaissance plane flew for about two hours over North Ko rea in violation of the Korean armistice fcrenccs S S Singh of India said the PakistanRed China agreement on their border dispute over Sinkiang and Kashmir would not be helpful in solving the IndoPakistan problem over Kashmir The timing of this announce ment and the fact that this agreement concerns Kashmir he said before there can be an agreement over Kashmir be tween India and Pakistan This certainly is not helpful in paving the way for a mu tually satisfactory solution he said Armstrong man found dead in wagon on farm ARMSTRONG Dr Luther W Loving Emmet County Medi cal examiner was investigating Friday the death of Paul Au gust Engel 71 who lived on a farm near here Engels body was found in a wagon Thursday night by Paul NeppI on whose farm Engei was a tenant It was theorized that Engel might have been dead several days before the body was found agiiviiiem concerns isasnmir u0 uj will be factors which will have Z Jumg alonc on tn n tarm after his wife was to be taken into consideration SLn i Twife he said before there ran take a hospllal at Iowa City SCIENTIST DIES MOSCOW un Alexander V Topchiev 55 vice president of the Soviet Academy of Sciences and one of the nations leading chemists died Thursday   

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