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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 18, 1957, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Horn MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LXIV Associated Press and United Presi FulJ Lease Wlrei Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY OCTOBER 18 1957 Iowa Reports First Two Flu Deaths BY IHK ASSOCIATED PKESS The first two flu deaths in Iowa since the widespread outbreak of influenza started were reported Thursday Both were at Burling ton The victims were Virginia Eliz abeth Pryor 15 one of 12 chil dren of Mr and Mrs Harry Pryor and Rex McLaury 45 an insurance salesman There was no immediate evi dence that the deaths were due to Asian flu but family doctors m both cases said that influenza undoubtedly was the cause The Pryor girl was taken ill two clays ago She apparently was on the road to recovery when she suffered a second attack McLaury had been ill last week members of his family re ported and apparently was re covering by the weekend He suf fered a relapse and was dead on arrival at a hospital After a period this week in which reports of flu cases mount ed in nearly every section of the state resulting in cancellation of many football games and other public activities Iowa had reached a point Friday where there was no further heavy up surge Lost Survivor of Quintuplets Dies TOULON France ff Michele Christofle last survivor of the Toulon quintuplets born two weeks ago died in her incubator here Friday This Paper Consists of Two One No I DOLL FOR QUEENS DAUGHTER Queen Elizabeth accepts a doll for her daughter Princess Ann from Pamela r AP Photofax Spnngmann 1 during a visit at a Chil drens hospital in Washington Pamela is suffering from a rare blood disease QUEEN IS LATE FOR APPOINTMENT Royalty Sees Sights at Capital FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON Queen Eliza heth II Friday exercised for the first time on her American tour a royal and womanly prerogative She was 10 minutes late to her am appointment at the Na tional Gallery Of Art The visiting British royal couple smiling broadly despite the out on their separate ways in light English rain The young Queen wearing a furtrimmed brown velvet coat toured 24 galleries of the art gal lery She received a ceremonial welcome from Chief Justice Earl Warren 15 gallery trustees and donors and the wives of the chief lowans Get Good Look at Satellites Rocket ft The Weather Mason City Continued fair through Saturday and cool Fri day night with scattered frost likely early Saturday Warmer Saturday Low Friday night 30 34 High Saturday 6065 Iowa Increasing cloudiness not so cool Friday night low 3545 Mostly cloudy Saturday warm er southeast scattered showers west Five Day Iowa Clear skies early Friday appar ently gave many lowans a good look at the third stage rocket of the Soviet satellite Sputnik And for the first time since it was launched two weeks ago both Sputnik and the rocket were expected to be conveniently vis ible to lowans Friday The rocket which is the more easily seen of the two will pass over central Iowa at about pm Friday Sputnik itself is due about a half hour later will average 5 to 10 degrees be low normal Friday night through next Wednesday Nor mal highs 58 north to 63 south Normal lows 37 north to 42 south Turning colder over the weekend Warmer about Wed nesday Rainfall will average 15hundredths of an inch or less in scattered showers about the Setting Sun Officials said weather condi I lions should be ideal to see the rocket which should be illumi nated by rays from the setting sun The rocket and satellite will rise in the southwestern horizon and move across the sky to the northeast The rocket has been visible over Iowa almost every day but weekend Minnesota Partly warmer Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 am Friday Maximum Minimum At 8 am YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum AiA uaiiiaDLuo aim ucuiucQ genera was driven to Childrens Hospital mobilization was not necessary where two small patients were Arms were distributed to civilian ready to present a doll for Prin From the art gallery the Queen the secretary of the treasury Also running a few minutes1 late President Eisenhower pre sented Prince Philip the National Geographic Societys gold medal for service to geography at a White House ceremony Rain forced the ceremony indoors from the Rose Garden where it had been scheduled It was held in the Cabinet Room instead Gets Briefing From the White House Philip rushed to the National Academy of Sciences for a briefing on the U S scientific experiments in the current International Geo physical year A dozen blocks down Constitu tion Avenue the Queen was do ing the art gallery in high heel shoes a tiring project even for art lovers Director John Walker emphasized the works of British artists including John have for the royal family Another Toast Elizabeth in reply asked the assemblage of notables to drink to the health of the President of the United States Pink carnations a mir the table in the state dining room Places were set for 95 including U N to Take Up Crisis Big Battle of Words Likely UNITED NATIONS N Y W Prodded by Syria and the Soviet Union the 82nation UN Assem bly called an urgent session Fri day to take up charges the United States and Turkey are about to touch off a Middle East war The Soviet Union charged that the United States is mastermind ing the alleged plot The Russians said the Turks plan to attack im mediately after their elections Oct 27 Turkeys U N delegate Seyful lah Esin termed the Syrian charge fantastic He said the So viet accusation was part of a Kremlin campaign to put the blame for the tense situation in the Middle East on the shoulders of Turkey and the United States U S delegates conferred busily with other delegations seeking support for a UN investigation not only of the SyrianSoviet charges but also of the U STur kish contention that Russian arm deliveries to Syria and Sovie maneuvers in the Middle East are the real threat to peace there Let off Steam There was widespread hope a the UN that a debate on the crisis would give the nations im mediately involved a chance to let off steam and would keep the conflict a battle of words At home the Turks and Syrians seemed somewhat less concernec over the situation along their common border than their repre sentatives and allies at the UN The Syrian army was put on the alert but a spokesman ex plained that meant only that offi cars leaves were canceled The Syrian Cabinet met for an hoiu in Damascus and decided genera resistance groups in centers U 111 cess Anne and an Americanstyle near the Turkish border football for Prince Charles She and the prince were guests of Vice President and Mrs Rich 1ULC LU tl ard M Nixon at a reception and Syrian government denying an lunch in the old Supreme Court military threat and expressin chamber in the Capitol at concern over events in Syria Ac President Eisenhower toasting inS Syrian Foreign Minister Kha the British sovereign and her Kallas called the no band at a White House banquet ference in our affairs Thursday night said this coun High Syrian officials privatel trys respect for Britain wa Note Delivered Turkey delivered a note to the They said talk of an attack by th 50000man Syrian force was al most laughable Reports from Istanbul said th Turks also believed an attack is unlikely and that Soviet threats of intervention are only a propa ganda move in the coldwar cam ror plateau and dinner plates with am rims of pure coin gold adorned aign to win the Arab world and ii ii T isolate Tnrkev isolate Turkey Another toplevel conference on high British and American offithe threat in the Middle East gi cials and a number of personal under way in Tehran where Kin SAME friends of the Eisenhowers Faisal of Iraq arrived for a iu Ine Marine orchestra in scarletday state visit with Shah Moham tunics provided dinner music Afmed Rea Pahlevi of Iran Boll ter the roast duckling repast the guests moved to the famed White House East Room for a musicalc Ambassadors of the British Com President P NATO Scie urces I HIS CORN IS ALL WET Farmer Earl Smith of near Fairmont Minn wrings out an ear of corn to illus trate the plight of farmers in his area Much of the corn contains more than 30 per cent re sult of a wet fall and a killing frost The combination has resulted in a delay of corn picking operations Four Cars Derailed at Calmar Crossing CALMAR A Milwaukee Railroad passenger train from which the engineer and fireman had stepped a few moments be fore rolled into a freight train here early Friday derailing tw freight cars and the diesel engine and mail car of the passenge train trys respect for Britain was expressed a belief the SOoooOman TT No one was nJured m the accident but the derailed cars blocke epitomized in the affection we Turkish army would not attack us 52Authorities said it was several hours before the wreckag Pinay Seeking Support as New Premier PARIS merchant Antoine Pinay asked the National ig Assembly Friday to end the 19 be cleared away The accident occurred at am The passenger train was e route from Canton S D to Ch cago Railroad officials gave this ver sion of the accident The passenger train had hit and killed four cattle belonging to a farmer Ben Moudry four miles west of Calmar The engineer Foster Merritt and fireman Leonard Dean both MMillan Confab Slated Wl President Eisenhower is developing a far proposal to pool the sci mtific brainpower and creative of the North Atlantic Alliance The aim is to meet the Challenge of Russias weapons ad vances as well as its progress in he conquest of space The first hint of a program along this line came in the toast Eisenhower proposed to Britains Queen Elizabeth Thursday night Informed officials said Friday he project may be the major opic of discussion when Eisen hower meets British Prime Min ster Harold Macmillan here next Wednesday What the President has in mind however according to persons fa miliar with his p 1 a n n f n g is broader than a BritishAmerican lartnership It is designed to ring into play the resources of he whole 15nation NATO alli ance Gave Tipoff Eisenhower gave the tipoff in his portion of his toast to Queen Elizabeth at a White House din ner We have the power The only thing to do is to put it ogether Our scientists must work to gether NATO should not be bought of merely as a military alliance NATO is a way of group ing our manhood our resources of our industries and our factories Eisenhower said the total assets of the free world are far greater than those our potential enemy but he added we are too much separated by things that concern us locally Presumably t h e Presidents proposal would ead eventually to a request by him for modifica tions in the law barring the dis closure of much basic atomic weapons information to Britain or any other country The British government has long sought re establishment of its World War II partnership with the United States and Canada which pro duced the first atomic bomb in 1945 Series of Meetings More immediately however the Eisenhower proposition UJM vi AIMII oLAivcu iui A fi4 ryx fir u i aLUfjfjcu me LI dHIi wmcfl loilows a Iona serips o day slate visit with Shah Moham S1S Calmar and went into the stai meetings with his science ad med Rea Pahlevi of Iran Boll lng nmi Frances 24th postwarjtion to report the accident jvisers and other officials over tin Iran and Iraq are members of premier His chances of success Somehow the train started toPasttwo weeks is evidently de the anffnpr F ii it 1 monwealth nations joined themidemnation the Western aligned Baghdad Pact and as such have been tar gets of Syrian and Russian con Kasper Held in Jail Awaiting Prison Term WASHINGTON ist John Kasper was held in jail here Friday awaiting transfer to a federal prison to serve a one year term for contempt of court always in the predawn hours I Only a few people have taken the cloudy trouble to get up and see them and even then they have beenj hampered at times by cloudy skies However the clear skies early Friday morning gave a number of people over the slate a good look at the rocket Mason Cityans Included Those who arose early to see it included a number of Mason Cily ans Mrs Robert Wilkinson said she saw the rocket appear in the northwestern sky and move across in the west until it disap 58 28 37 78 47 peared in haze to the southeast She reported the time as am Max Hedrick Merle Dickinson and Bob Speidel drove into the He was arrested Thursday night country to see the rocket Hedrick by US marshals on orders fromjsaid they knew the rocket would Federal District Judge Robert L Taylor Knoxvilie Tenn Taylor found Kasper guilty of cross the constellation Orion and were watching there They saw itj before it reached that far south f mat ja i iuuiii BBiHBHHiiiiiffMlTilfiffliBiin contempt in September 1956 on however and said it was brishter grounds Kasper violated an inin the northwestern sky ROCKET OVER NORTH IOWA junction prohibiting interference Most thought they were sceinc with racial integration at the ClinSputnik It is probable however I0t Tenn nSh school Kasper that they saw only the rocket It had been free on bond since that is larger and at a lower altitude were slim Pinay had advance pledges of support from only 22 per the 596member as sembly He needed a majority of those voting to win stration against the Algerian war Thursday went allout to oppose him The French Communist Party newspaper LHumanite insisted the demonstration was a smash ing success But French officials said there were few strikes or Ul demonstrations and they had litMason pending appeal and thus more easily seen North 8inch lens opened to F63 for 20 seconds on Royal Pan film The camera was on a lowans had an opportunity Friday morn AI11I1 LIK eailiera was on a ins to see Ine Sputnik rocket meteor tripod and the lens was covered before Ki J nWC pVn Picture was and after the exposure so the tripling taken by Dex Baumgartner Mason City would not move the camera photographer at am He used an roll forward and rammed into one car of a freight train that xvas just entering the main line The freight train was eastbound from Austin Minn I The engine of the freight train The 149 Communist dcputicswas hooked onto the passenger Sec smarting from the humiliating flop of their nationwide demon train which continued on its way after about a twohour delay Nicholas Plans to Attend Mothballing at Statehouse Lt Gov William H Nicholas signed to deal with the challenge of Russias intercontinental mis silc and its launching of historys first manmade earth satellite The information as to Eisen plan came to light just of a conference between of State Dulles and British Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd The aim of that talk ob viously was to plow the ground for next weeks EisenhowerMac millan meetings Moscow announced the firing of an ICBM two months ago and the launching of the satellite two weeks ago Thc firs event indicated that to be presentie Russian missiles program To pff ppt i a statehousc anead of that of the United Pinay credited with stabilizing Nov 5 1958 he told a MasonstatcsThe Sputnik victory dealt the French franc when he wasjcity audience Thursday evening a blow to United States premier in 1952 explained his His the word and hf bvas to a statement ncc friendy isembly FriCVGning in Waterloo by Gov s coumrvs leadership and its Hcrschel Loveless Thc Governor Ust lts sclentific resources mentioned that Nicholas will ali Almost immediately allied lead tend the decommissioning of besar talking about battleship Iowa next week i making a sreater USB nf fn nMnh i w met to tnc National Assembly usy morn in Janette Davis Weds Assistant Musiello NEW YORK UVSingerproduc ing with Republicans from Iowa lead from the White House EARLY HALLOWEEN DECORAH of Alia makee and Winncshiek Counties o u 117 J1LJJH IlMVd er Janette Davis was marriedSaid the Governor I do not care Thursday to Frank Musiello curjvvno attends the ceremony but I rently her assistant on the CBS can think of no onc bettc Talent Scout program Miss Davis who reached stardom onj Ansvvcrcd Nicholas m the Arlhui Godfrey television the Governor is satisfied that restarted Halloween pranks carlv show branched out into the prodo a good job of mothballing beFive rural schools in Allatnakce auction end of the business but cause there will be another mothircporlcd Ihcir outhouses wore continued to sing on Godfreystalling on Nov 5 1958 and I hopejtipped over and a similar incident morning program be present at that time was reported in Winncshiek ;