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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 1, 1957, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON VOL LXMI TKAT MAKES ALL NORTH Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wir7s Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA This Paper Consists o Two SectionsSection Me One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE a City When You Shop in Red Russia IVE heard it said that the one most effective propaganda me dium for tho American way of life that has ever found its way into Russia is a mail order catalog The Russians thumb through its pages and drool over the offer All About The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy with occasional s h o w e r sthrough Tuesday Iowa Mostly fair and continued warm but with few widely scat tered thundershowers through I Tuesday Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average three to six degrees I above normal Tuesday through Saturday Only minor daily tem perature changes are expected except for a gradual warming through the middle of the week Norm a highs in mid 80s and normal lows in mid 60s Rain fall will average threetenths to sixtenths of an inch occurring as scattered showers through out the period uiji ings pictured for them Commu nism has nothing like it Partly cloudy through Effective as this is I can think showers and of another thing which would be even more so If a typical Rus or be permitted to go shopping in any American retail district I am thunderstorms GlobcrGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Monday confident that the counterfeit characteristics of the Communist economy would be forever estab lished These are thoughts that kept coming into my mind as 1 ming led with the Russian crowds in that countrys three most im portant cities Leningrad Kiev and Moscow earlier this year No where on my 40000 mile trip around the world 50 ports of call in 30 countries did I behold any thing more truly pathetic than Russias retail It isnt merely that the mer chandise is shoddy and in short supply though it is both of these Its that those bunglers on Krem lin Hill appear to have put their heads together to contrive a plan which would cause a maximum of trouble and bring a minimum of benefit to the buying public Queues Are a Way of Life In my last visit with you ij talked at somelength about tliej long lines which begin forming in the early morning darkness when the word gets out that some real lv desirable merchandise is to k HJ be available A very considerable part of the average Russians life is spent in these queues More often than not when he arrives at the point of sale the desired item has been sold out This is the rule everywhere in Russia not merely in the cities hh T u Linei ficdueu guiuy oetore a court which j have mentioned but in martial board on 15 counts of the smallest villages Whethcrlleaking secret informal said a studied plan to discourage Sundav night I will sneak mv uymg I never learned for sure opinions wherever I can I 15 trile nf fnnrcn li i buj It is true of course that nothing except rubles exists in ample supply in Russia or any of its satellites If the shopping proc ess were as simple as in our country the shortage would be pleasant purpose for Maximum Sunday Minimum Sunday night At 8 am Monday YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum GlobeGazette weather data up Coincides With Opening of IGY By FRANK CAREY WASHINGTON iff Scientists of many countries concentrated Monday on studying the effects of a major explosion on the sun N HURRICANE flowed into the Mason City Mu uhich coincided nicely with the City GlobeGazette jnicPal airport Sunday 10000 opening of the International Geo editor W Earl Hall left Sunday more than the record crowd of physical Year for Lake Charles La at the last year And 244 planes regis IGY is a cooperative scientific of chairman Roland tered for the morning flight effort by 62 of the American Red breaking last years Russia and most of her satellites glean new information about More Than in 56 By JOHN BLEAKLY The 1957 North Iowa Aviation Day was the biggest ever An estimated 30000 persons f Mu 10000 Harriman of the American Red breakfast 1 Cross Washington BC Hall mark of 83 left by chartered plane from to 8 am Sunday Maximum Saturday 83 Minimum Saturday night 54 At 8 am Sunday 74 the earth its oceans its atmosMason City Sunday afternoon phere and the sun which strongly He eauSlu a Branilf Airways affects life on the planet About fllght out oi Des Moines He 10000 scientists are participating vvlU be working with Harry m the 18month studies opening director of public in officialiy Monday formation for the Red Cross Practical benefits such as bet nd is peeled to return to ter weather forecasting improved Clty communications and navigation are hoped for as a result of the pooled research Solar Ffare The Solar giant geyser of solar particles and radiation streaming out probably hundreds J Nickerson to Continue Fight HUNTSVILLE Ala W Col John C Nickerson Jr under fine and reprimand for misuse of se cret defense data says he will the fight within the armed forces in behalf of the Armys missile program The 41yearold officer who pleaded guilty before He also said he has no inten tion of resigning his Army com mission Fined Nickerson was fined Si500 of of thousands of miles from the suns the earth Sunday in the form oTrnagneuc storms in the high atmosphere Such high altitude storms which sometimes disrupt radio and telegraph are as tempestuous as hurri canes are in weather disturb ances said a special bulletin from American IGY head quarters Radio blackouts were expected jto occur in many places through i out the world before itighltsil Monday Alert Out Aircraft and ships at sea de pendent on radio navigation and communication have been alerted Tn f n Lo I Mass Burial for Nameless By ARTHUR EVERETT The thousands of persons who swarmed over the airfield Sun day had a chance fo see every thing from Air Force jets to a square dancing demonstration A sharp Air Force drill team from Waverly went through its paces the Offutt Air Force Base band played for the crowd and young sters put their model airplanes to the test in competition west of the terminal Sunburn Weather It was a good day for a sun burn The sunny weather that helped draw the record crowd to the airport made for sweltering conditions once they got there Water fountains in the terminal popsstas44M a thriving business Perhaps the most popular at traction of the afternoon was a giant C199 cargo plane parked before the terminal From 2 p m on men women and children stood 20 deep for a chanceto walk into its garagesized cargo section TAK T i Surv pith helmets and LAKt CnARLES La w straw hats were the order of tha qrkmen probing the debris ofday in 90degreetemperatures A nurricano and wave strickenUnisf FeHeffrOj Cameron Monday u n c o v e rTd offered by the sJtaSsh Sirefight additional bodies sending jI4 ittuio n a v1 gallon anil HP th 11 LC ocxcst Communication have been alerted Th T once eral limes during the day fire to take precautionary Charles American men sent a fine spray of water m view of the impending radio f nn would run from the red trucfc on fne breeze hlarlnif Iween 400 and 500 orohahlv afinnf anr if oaifinrl i ing crash truck from the Min neapolis Air Force Base Sev eral limes during the day fire 1CIVUU blackout said the IGY announce abouj 450 basing its estimate on the About the cMesl approach lype of buildins TUE ASSOCIATED PRESS Seven persons were dead Monjj ment Already the caused brilliant displays Of Northern and Southern 246 Bodies at high latitudes in the Sheriff Northern and Southern and it carried into the crowd Opened Early Aviation Day opened early DES MOiNEES hun Mattson and in Iowa The dead wto huni Ruehl 12 dred youths attending a church ikilled early Monday conference at Grinnel College jaccident on Highway 64 west of have become If from influenza Maiuoketa Three other persons Fo headquarters State Health Department injured one seriously flares of varying i knew of foi the flight breakfast The flood of private planes assengers near officials From rly morning hours onward touched down on the official j By 8 am the airfield was a at a news conjkaleidoscope of color Red green t and slate civiljblue yellow and silver planes Qn c n ii solar activity Wee in Kremlin Wanted a Memento WASHINGTON UP The Senate territories subcommittee collision on Henry 50 West Bend nuius apProved Monday both Alaska jville Arsenal Nickerson said the Hawaiian statehood bills unlil earlv nine miles north ot Sioux City Ww7BenCdarSd Foderbug the before Ihejout of 3rd 4rmv he7f pile up on Highway carwas slruck froni behind advent of Communism are literwell exhaust all ally hundreds of withjas faras appeal ii 01 IsJubilant i ic 8 T P a shoddy sort With the limited Although stating he was i if the RusMoines fataliv injured Sundav in number of rubles left over afterilant over the Sulcome of he a ba 3 nek cS into HaVh ballet the West arms ja Des Moines intersection and Mrs Peterson of F one da injgraduate said he expects to c Sandboe about 35 Glenn Wil r ready Monj CarSemitrailer iinto the path of the Mer Peter atomic and byi Charles Shepherd 18 D e s HOns oarThe founh car driven Moines fatally injured Sunday mby Paul 41 Estherville 7 Drowned in Missouri Flash Floods 3 jump of 150 over the iofficial estimate Pictures Stories Inside four place pri jpersonal resled on I scene Peterson plan1 to report tn the President personallv 1 ed tne fiins made jington Tuesday Ineu va lo tne east anger and Peterson the White House s e oreakiast Bv 1 uciv inigifiiuiait said lie pvnfrts ss becausfi they were nucn oi i ILL i oon on some wooden trinkets They He said he wouk had been hodowed out on a lalhe fight for the missile program and varnished in gay colors Havgardless of where it has ing made my selection I thought done The he saiduHl it was nisi a matter of ne 3aic1 wl uic UCY inigraauaie said he expects to ti i rtooen Sandboe about 35 irtlvule anc Williams of o memento transfer from he Redstone Hoegh Nomination Wicha Kan killed Saturday0 riding with Drrikson nted hem where much of thri Cn glt when his car ran into aniweve taken lo an Esihcrvillc ho the only thmgjArmys ballistic missile research by Senate iron at the east approachpltal IrinV Z donc WASHINGTON rUPiThe Son the Somh bridee atL The sheHff cars wero tnnivcts Thcyj He said he would continue hk ate Mondav K C Counci Sdemolishcd causing 3 m din out on a Iniliplfiaht ue nis T uunaa contnmed by voice cnm 1RONTOX Mo Flash take to Eslhcjpk hos and Msupply problem particularmik i01 OSiOCk al0 lv scrrtli ru r Miraculous Prediction Wlu Records When iyn registration closed 10 am officials checked ths for the oldest youngest re uuiuu mea DV voice T er vote the nomination of Gov Leo A Hoegh of Iowa to T Mr and Louis Thre f i ij rop and property damage A Howoll estini damage near as sayi in his wa o eir federal civil defense adminitr i Cllorbahch i rets methods and T hnvo nigh when run over b oul of the dr Satur cari the car in which Shepherd riding he kijrI r ouumu Hoegh defeated for re of fie drveway aiJoiln KSari8 was injured criril But Ididnt know mv RllSsianianceT SGCUrity IOW3 Kovcrnor last farm homp near ririviMAIbprt R i nominated by President Fisen Omahn not hurt i have no definite plan for myhower to succeed former I The Jackso County sheriffs of now That will takejVal Peterson of Nebraska asillCe said a rivcn by j civil defense chief Peterson has Nickersonjbcen named ambassador to Den on a curve The Ruehl ads 3ni bv hls efforts o effect a mark hunch Id still be in that arcade if my flaxenhaired had not come to Communist born an really knew her let her take over I every instruction From the woman with whom Jan mermediate had boon dcalmg lor my Selecmssiic to the Air lion I received a sort of memorj andura describing my desired purchase Us called a chit T GET FELLOWSHIPS learned Then I made my way to iand icd 80 r and llI1I g not only the course of r blh 1h4 me urno Pete he youngest Hosteller 16 on nt i Wilsons ent and use ofj ballistic w nv tl i s distant corner of the shopNLNN OHK Engcl i I dealt with what would be Moines and Prof Elizabeth Allied a cashier in our countryEi Hoyt Amcs have been award ihe took my chit and my cashcd Ford Foundation fellowships took my chit and my cashcd 1ord Foundation fellowships and issued some kind of docuand N Bclin Sioux City jhas been ranted t Kern wi Is Granted of hicaoO went out of control Permission to Marry CAMP WHTTTINCTOX IS Arm girl was under overturned j Kern her hush 20 and Chicago all were ho IMaquoketa Critical Conditio Chicago was described as Several fishing parties totaling M St Louisans spent u filled niyhi in Iree issaiiKed winds but safe from swirling waters Robert Kitchens 3ti of nesrbv rvin e Army to Resume 6Monfh Training Hew the farthest Tor Aviation Day and arrived the earliest He landed Friday at the munic ipal airport only to discover that Day v as scheduled for Sunday and not Saturday as be had thought He a Cessna The oldest piloi in for ihe dav he Army SAME Imc be 100 orstivcr their ;