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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 29, 1964, Mason City, Iowa The newspaper that makes all North low North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for ttn a n s neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL 103 Associated Press am United Press International Full Lease Wires MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JANUARY V 1964 10c a Paper Consists of Two One No 3tt Heaviest satellite orbits junkpile puts U S ahead Soviet Union TASS says Reds Yank Reports crew dead MILLARD HANNAFORD LORRAINE WIESBADEN Germany UP1 The Soviet News Agency Tass announced in Moscow Wednesday that a Russian fighter forced down a U S Air Force jet trainer and that it crashed in East Germany kill ing the three American airmen aboard Tass said the US T39 plane crashed near Vogels berg about 20 miles northeast of Erfurt after a Soviet fighter took measures against it The announcement was not clear as to whether the plane was shot down The Soviet fighter had to take measures in com pliance with air defense instructions and as a result the intruder plane crashed Tass said An inspection of the crash showed the intruder was a military jet plane of the T39 type belonging to the US Air Force Three corpses of servicemen were found Tass said the plane was intercepted by the So viet fighter over the town of Muelhausen The intruder did not react to the conventional signals demanding it to land and continued its flight deeper into the territory of East Germany It also did not react to the warning fire opened in the area of Weimar Therefore the Soviet fighter had to take measures compliance with air de fense instructions which are well known to the American command Tass said the Soviet Un ion had protested the al leged intrusion of the T39 in a note delivered to US Ambassador Foy D Kohler in Moscow The note called the inci dent a gross provocation aimed at aggravating the situation in central Eu rope The T39 trainer with a lieu enant colonel and two captains aboard was tracked by Air Force radars for 11 minutes Tuesday heading into East Ger many at about 450500 miles an hour Tractor firm leaving city about Apr 1 PRESIDENT JOHNSON WATCHES SATURN LAUNCH Baker probe keeps names of prominent men WASHINGTON AP The Senate investigation of Robert G up a tangle of names dates and deals came under growing Republi can pressure Wednesday to dig deeper and resolve a dispute in volving presidential aide Walter Jenkins The possibility Jenkins a long time assistant to President Johnson may be asked to testi fy arose as Republicans brand ishing a campaign issue raised a cry of possible perjury Special counsel L P McLen don of the Senate Rules Com mittee said he didnt know whether the White House assist ant would be questioned about his disputed role in the sale of advertising time on the John son family television station in Austin Tex to an insurance man Shortly after the plane disap peared from the screens the radar operators saw two other blips It could not be deter mined whether these were Com munist fighters or antiaircraft shells An Air Force spokesman said the plane was not authorized to cross the Iron Curtain and could not be reached by radio He said the Air Force didnt con sider there was the slightest possibility that the three offi cers were defecting The Air Force said the offi cers aboard the plane were Lt Col Gerald K Hannaford 41 Capt John F Lorraine Jr 34 and Capt Donald G Millard 33 The AllisChalmcrs branch of Hannaford has been in the ficc in Mason City is being Forcc for24 and flew 63 missions in the ChinaBur closed it was reported WcclnesmaIndia theatcr in World War day Operations here will cndjll and 50 missions during the JKorcan War He had planned Two buildings burned at Lyle LYLE destroyed Ihe Lyle Locker Plant owned by Wayne Hartson Tuesday night then spread to the Gam ble Store next door Half hat building owned by Austin Witt ief was gutted The same buildings burned in August 1961 At that time the fire started in the Gamble Store The alarm was turned in at pm when smoke was no ticed by Mrs James Read pass ing by Firemen from Lyle St Ansgar London and Austin fought the blaze until after 4 about April 1 The firm has 26 employes in its warehouse and sales office at M9 4th SW and in the field force said A R Shank general sales manager in Milwaukee The field force will be retained and some of the local employes as well Shank said the exact number not determined Consolidation of branches follows a pattern within our in dustry Shank explained We feel that better transportation now permits us to give as good or better service to our cus tomers IBM equipment also permits more efficient opera tion The closing is based on a commercial decision to save operating costs Mason City operations will be handled by branches at B e s Moines Minneapolis and Sioux City Shank said LBJ really did cut the budget By thirty pages WASHINGTON lpi Evi dence arrived Tuesday that President Johnson really did cut the federal budget o retire next year Lorraine flew about 80 mis iions in Korea and was as iigncd to Germany about appendjx to months ago He joined the Air Forcc in 1948 am Dahl Hardware Store next to Gambles the KP Hall above it and Leonas Antique Shop ail received heavy smoke damage The safe containing records was recovered from the locker plant Until the records are checked there will be no csti mate made of the loss There were 250 lockers filled with meat in addition to meat which was hanging after Mon days butchering and a quantify sworn know Republican National Chair man William E Miller demand id that the committee develop fully what Miller called a di rect conflict in sworn state ments by surance man Don B Reynolds a witness in the Baker hearings He said there is a clear is sue of possible perjury which should be followed through The committee in recess Wedj nesday is investigating whether Baker who resigned under fire on Oct 7 as secretary to the Senates Democratic majority engaged in business dealings that conflicted with his official duties or involved other impro prieties Reynolds a local insurance agent with whom Baker was associated has testified that at Jenkins suggestion he agreed to buy the advertising time in connection with his sale of S100 Jenkins denied in his statement that he had ledge of any arrangements by which Reynolds purchased advertising time on the TV sta tion Reynolds has disputed this and has said that not only he but Albert G Young president of the MidAtlantic Stainless Saturn 1 in big success FKOM OUR WIRE SERVICES CAPE KENNEDY The United States Wed nesday fired the worlds heaviest satellite into orbit around the earth with its powerful Saturn1 rocket in a doublebarreled triumph in the race to reach the moon before 1970 A nationwide television audience watched as the 16story Saturn1 more powerful than six railroad diesel engines thundered aloft at am GST Viewers could clearly see clouds and the Florida peninsula as the rocket soared into space flashed back to earth from a television camera aboard the 164foot 562ton rocket Then came one of the spectacular sights of the space age the separation of the first and second stages of the giant rocket Ground viewers could see it perfectly After a fiery flight of 10 minutes 32 seconds the 84foot second flying junkpile com posed of the burned out rocket casing and sand bal into orbit at 16650 miles per hour Thousands of watching and waiting spectators nussilemen and scientists let out a roar when the terse announcement was made thai the orbit had been achieved President Lyndon B Johnson watched the launching on television in his office in Washington He kept his eyes glued on the set as the rocket rose agonizing slowness then picked up speed as it neaded toward success Two miles from the Saturn launch pad the Fed eral bpace Agency scientists resumed their work for the second half of a space sched uledlaunch Thursday of a Ranger satellite probe to try to take closeup pictures of the moon It was a doublebarreled fifth in a row for the Saturn1 and the orbiting of a37 700 pound satellite that far outstripped anything the boviet Union has put up as far as weight is con cerned The heaviest Soviet moonlet has been estimated at about 15000 pounds The Federal Space Agency said it can be con jsidered that the upper stage and payload is in orbit announcement Echo to make Steel Corp of Silver Spring a pots and pans manu facturer discussed the televi sion advertising with Jenkins an appearance DES MOINES new US balloon satellite Echo 2 will make a TSminute pass high over Iowa just before pm moving south to north The silver balloon will re appear in Iowa about p m Wednesday hot will be low in the western sky The next sighting will be about pm Thursday night 000 in life insurance on Johnsons At the time Johnson was the Democratic leader of the Sen Millard had been Force since 1951 fiscal 1965 budget message The book is 1165 pages long a sav of meat being smoked Hartson said he had Johnsonsjnightly check of the lockers iustjOOO ate Later after Johnson had become vice president the in 10 minutes before the aiarm was turned in It has not been THIS IS THE TYPE PLANE REPORTED DOWN IN EAST GERMANY Inside The Globe DRAKE BEATS Cyclones for 12th win Page 15 Bon sales of cigarettes in U S hospitals NEW YORK of several states have banned the sale of cigarettes in some government buildings including hospitals They cite reports by the US surgeon general and private research on the health haz ards of smoking cigarettes Some private hospitals also have ordered cigarette vending machines removed Miriam Hospital in Providence R I put up signs saying We do not sell cigarettes We love you too much In many A survey by The Associated Press indicated Wednesday thai efforts by government officials to discourage smoking by educa tional campaigns are fairly widespread Outright bans of cigarette sales are less preva lent Public Health hospitals Massachusetts have been dered to discontinue sales cigarettes in canteens and remove vending machines Pennsylvania banned cigar ette sales in its four hospitals m or of to in many areas public off e cials ordered strict enforcement luberculosis and 1S consider of laws some decades old ing banning them in the states that sent cheers echoing hrough the Saturn block louse and around the cape among thousands of spec tators who had gathered to watch About 10 seconds after liftoff Saturn 1 began a gradual pitch to a southeast heading spurting i tail of flame more than 300 feet long as it streaked into the 5ky It vanished from sight in a low cloud bank about 40 seconds after launching NASA reported 150 seconds aft launching that the first stage lad shut down as planned and the second stage had ignited An announcement said all phases of the flight appeared normal up to that point and that the second stage was continuing to burn The shot was delayed mort than an hour by radio inter ference which affected a track ing radar and the radio frequency on which the range safety officer would send a sig nal to destroy the rocket in case it strayed off course The radar trouble was traced to a ship offshore The ship turned off its signal when it was advised and the other in terference was cleared upsoon afterward When the trouble arose the countdown had reached 13 min utes but one system aboard the rocket had to be turned off dur ing the wait so the count was set back to 25 minutes when it was resumed The rocket is 13 feet taller and more than twice as heavy as the Statute of Liberty It is the first SATURN Please turn to pa94 2 against selling cigarettes to mi nors The National Association of Editorials 4JBroadcasters meeting in Flor ida is expected to amend its code of selfregulation to forbid Comics 6 Society news 91011 Clear Lake news 1213 Sports news 1516 Latest markets 18 Mason City news 1819 24 27 North Iowa news Transit timetable Classified pages 2829 I programs or commercials that might tend to encourage young people to smoke The major television and rad io networks have said they arc reviewing their policies on com mercials general and mental hospitals North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy Wednesday night warmer east lows near 20 Fair Thursday highs 35 42 Weathtr dtUils on 2 SAME V
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