The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 17, 1958 · Page 20
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GOING THROUGH HARD II Turkey's Chief Weathers Trouble Within Own Party ISTANBUL (AP)—Opposition to.plauded this program and urged ures against anyone who opposes Prime Minister Adrmn Menderes the Turks to hold fast to it. I him. He does not like to be criti- Is rising within his own Democrat But to the man on the street incized. pnrty as Turkey enters a micial Istanbul the cost of living is far 1 It seems likely that Menderes winter, ahead of rising salaries. remains popular with the people Menderes finds himself harassed Opposition within and without. | outside the cities. They form 80 *" seldom before. In the big cities his party has put Menderes under'per cent of the Turkish population. pt-ople are grumbling. His political • heavy pressures. This could cause : But winter is the season of dis- rivals are campaigning with more him to give way on the economic content in this hard land. Fuel than usual truculence. The press, reform program. Or it. could cause > prices are up, shortages are still embittered by restrictions, has him to lash out with sterner meas-1 critical and pay still low. him. lurried against, him. Tension is running high. Improved Conditions Menderes', and Turkey-with him. are going through hard times, probably the hardest since he came to power in 1950. In his drive to modernize the country, Menderes has increased production and improved the lot of the has Gift-Toting Tailor Stays Clear of White House peasants remarkably, but he pulled Turkey close to the economic brink. Backed by new Allied lonns, hi* regime launched a new economic program last summer to stabilize the currency flation and end the shortages that^' go near tne were paralyzing the country. ; present them WASHINGTON (APl-An Italian! "I'm not a politician," he said, tailor is in town with expensive!"I'm a tailor. It's not my fault gifts for President Eisenhower — 'that vicuna has suddenly become vicuna golfing The program included several ; p res j<]ent overcoat and a cashmere jacket. But. after learning how the word ,, . . vicuna still causes government combat .n-i officialg to wi he hasn - t tried Whjte House to th ! a bad word. It's a beautiful mater- Ual — the very best." j He displayed the coat — a hand- 'sewn navy blue model — to i reporter in his hotel room. i Soviet Premier Nikita Khrush- jchev, British Prime Minister Har- unpopular if necessary measures,!' jnsuTad".' Angelo Litrico of Rome!° ld Macmillan and Br a zil ian Pres- such as virtual devaluation of to'^fcr^id"^^^^!"" 11 JuSCel i n ° f KubitSChek Turk 1S h lira and tough controls on; hand . made creations to the Kali ,f hown "° reluctance i Embassy. Ambassador Manlio!'"' ^ ^ e " he .. 'Brosio. he said, has assured him countnes ' Lltnco said - credit. Applauded Program American officials have have in accepting visited their j they will be delivered to the White Quadruplets Born in Frisco SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-Delano Currington, 30, a Navy machinists "I would never visit a foreign House. i country without giving a present When asked, the Italian Embas-l to the boss ' l S've u out of sy said Litrico must be mistaken. Nothing About Coat j Brosio has offered to send along ] the cashmere golfing jacket to the j White House, the embassy said, | but the ambassador said nothing j about the vicuna coat. DELIVERY IS PROBLEM — An Italian tailor, Angelo Litrico of Rome, displays a hand-made vicuna overcoat which he brought to Washington yesterday as a gift for President Eisenhower. But Litrico doesn't have an appointment to see the chief executive, and the White House is maintaining strict silence about Eisenhower's attitude toward the gift. (AP Photofax) American Pilots to Strike Over Wage Dispute CHICAGO (AP)-The Air Line Pilots Assn. says 1,500 pilots 6f American Airlines will strike at 11:59 p.m. (local time) Friday in & dispute over wages and working conditions. The announcement last night came in the midst of emergency meetings in Chicago between the union and company. ALPA said the negotiations would continue. In New York, the company said it would continue to accept reser vations despite the strike threat. C. A. Sayen, president of ALPA snid weeklong negotiations had failed to result in satisfactory progress, and that "Our only remaining reluctant alternative is to proceed with our original plans." American Airlines pilots had scheduled a strike at midnight Nov. 25 but were restrained by a temporary injunction issued by a federal judge in New York. The same judge declined to issue a permanent injunction while the Chicago negotiations were in progress. ALPA contends the present pay scale is below American's competitors. Present wages range from $400 to $1,602 a month on piston engine planes. The pilots also seek improvements in scheduling and working conditions such as the amount of time a pilot is away from home in relation The last 27. to flight time, contract expired AUSTIN (Minn. Wednesday, Dec. 17 ', 58 COMPLETES 46'YEARS — Gust Herens, 1304 Hope, today retires after 46 years in the car department at the Milwaukee Road here. Gust waved a goodbye from the cupola of an old-time caboose, similar to the one to be donated to the Austin Rail Fans Club for exhibit at the Mower County Fairgrounds. Owatonna Residents Raise Money for Victims of Fire OWATONNA, Minn. (AP) - Residents here today were raising funds for aid of four families, driven from their homes by three fires in this area in the past five days. Latest victims Mrs. Vernon R. sparked by a faulty oil heater. Both were absent at time of the fire. Three other families, including M Sneak Smoking Took Place Before Blaze CHICAGO (A;P) — Sneak smoking, delay in sounding an alarm and combustible materials in a stairwell stood out today among findings in the tragic fire at Our Lady of the Angeles School DejC. 1. Coroner Walter McCarron said the most important finding was a report of sneak smoking in the school just before the fire in which 89 children and 3 nuns perished. Sgt. Drew Brown of the police arson squad told the coroner's blue ribbon jury Tuesday that: "We have definitely found there had been smoking in the school" near the stairwell where the fire started, "We have found definitely that combustible materials were stored in the stairwell." Brown testified the aron squad found two boys who said they had seen the sneak smokers between 2:20 and 2:30 p.m. The fire alarm was wounded at 2:42. Brown said the boys could not identify the smokers by name and that pupils and teachers would be questioned again. McCarron said the smoking incident "promises to open an en- ,o the boss. I give it out of my White House is maintaining strict silence about Eisen- The last contract expired Aug. Mrs. Vernon R. Gilmore, whosi leart," he said. bower's attitude toward the gift. (AP Photofax) 27. trailer home was destroyed Tues jday by flames firemen said wen Thor Cone Soars Into Ocean 6 Cooks Bus v 1 ... ' tude toward the intended gifts. "I like to fainted when they told; Associate press secretary Anne me it was four." IWheaton said Litrico has "no The quadruplets were borh Tues-' appointment—none whatsoever." day to his wife Mae 22. i The 30-year-old Litrico, opera} tor of a fashionable shop in Rome, said he knows nothing about the furor created last summer by the They already had three sons and a daughter ranging from 7 years to 20 months. Her'quads were two boys weighing 4 pounds 6 ounces each; another boy 4-11; and a daughter 2-11. All were reported in excellent condition Multiple births are nothing new to Mrs. Currington She bas 13 brothers and 12 sisters. disclosure that a vicuna overcoat was given to former presidential aide Sherman Adams by Boston industrialist Bernard Goldfine. Thor Symbol of America's Missile Age VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif, vast Pacific (AP)—Out in the lies a symbol of The United States holds joint trusteeship with Britain of several islands in the Pacific including Canton, Endebury and Christmas Islands. Now on Sale! The Ideal Christmas Gift' ' YULETIDE FOLDERS OF THEATRE TICKETS . . . " Tonight - Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. Evening Only at 7:00-9:00 At Our Regular Pricei DRAMATIC PICTURE! tlwy nubdv A bone where » m*n cod » womnn could build » dnam.. •nd ft boy and ft dof could Uvt • tbouMDd •dvmturMi TNI UKUN troiT * m rani MM tm nor JOT, ceuiua w» «umc$s nm r« UNOI DOROTHY McGUIRE and FESS PARKER TfeCHMCOLOrT SCHEID PLUMBING, HEATING & SHEET METAL CO. REMODELING SALE Entire Showroom Stock Being Sold at Drastically Reduced Prices! America's growing space age might—the nose cone of the first ballistic missile launched at this 'West Coast base. Neither the Air Force nor the Navy will make any attempt to recover the cone, hurled 1,500 miles across the Pacific missile range Tuesday. Yet it deserves a place in some museum of scientific endeavor. Under Combat Conditions • For the cone of the medium range Thor missile, capable of carrying a nuclear ' warhead, marks America's first firing of a aallistics missile under combat conditions. It shows the Thor is moving from the development stage to the -operational. Another Thor was fired Tuesday night from Cape Canaveral, Fla., giving the United States its first double-barreled rocket shoot from both coasts. The weapon appeared to perform perfectly. It was fired as part of the close-out phase of the Air Force IRBM research and development program. Here at Vandenberg, a regular Air Force crew pushed some buttons and the 50-ton weapon soared some 300 miles up to the fringes of space. The blastoff came only 11 minutes after the 11-man crew raised the Thor upright and began filling it with liquid fuel. 9,000 M.P.H. ; Two-and-one-half minutes after the first sign of fire in its tail, the. missile was racing targetward iat a speed of 9,000 miles an hour. [Seconds later the fuel tank section of the missile fell away and was burned up by friction as it re .! Thom P st>n . entered the earth's atmosphere. The nose cone sped on, reaching its maximum speed of 10,000 miles an hour before plunging back through the atmosphere to its impact area 1,500 miles away. Maj. Gen. David Wade, commander of the 1st Missile Division, said the shot was a great success, j despite a 3-hour, 28-minute delay in the final half-hour of the countdown caused by minor technical adjustments. Several additional minutes were lost waiting for three trains to rumble across the base, which lies on the state's main north-south rail route. THOR ON PAD — A Thor IRBM missile gets a final checkout on its launching pad prior to its firing. Firing of the missile signalled the opening of the west coast's new missile training and testing facility. (USAF Photo via AP Photofax). Woter Heaters Built-in Ranges Water Soteners Kitchen Vent Fans Bathroom Fixtures Kitchen Sink Faucets Sinks Space Heaters Furnaces Kitchen Vent Hoods Boilers Hallmack Accessories PLUMBING, HEATING SHEET METAL CO. Highway 218 North • New Phone No. HE 7-4591 The Yukon, long, is the Alaska. about 2,300 miles largest river in IOWA NEWS CONVICTION UPHELD DBS MOINES Ufi —The conviction of former state Rep. Harvey J. Long of Clinton on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated was upheld by the Iowa Supreme Court Tuesday. HELD FOR MURDER MUSCATINE UH — Mrs. Janet 39, of Muscatine, remained under guard at a hospital here today, charged with murder in the fatal shooting Dec. 6 of Robert T. Navratil, 29, former member of the Davenport Planning Commission. CRIME SPREE OMAHA tfl — Ronald Wayne Brewer, 19, Council Bluffs, remained in custody here today after pleading guilty to a robbery charge in connection with a weekend crime spree. LAND APPEAL REJECTED DES MOINES (A — The State Highway Commission's appeal from a $19,103 award for 8.84 acres of land in Dubuque County was rejected by the Iowa Supreme Court Tuesday. in Preparation for Diplomats WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House is keeping its six cooks busy preparing a social season double-header for diplomats tonight and Thursday night. The President and Mrs. Eisenhower have scheduled formal state dinners for some 83 heads of for-i eign missions and their wives on successive evenings. These will be the second and third of five state dinners that mediate range missile was fired j comprise the 1958-59 White House, for • the first time Tuesday under ! social season. Urgent Feeling Is Prevalent at Missile Center VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. (AP) — There's a "let's get with it" feeling in the air here. Urgency dominates this once sleepy Spanish ranch turned missile center where a Thor inter- eight children, have been moved jtirely new line of inquiry and into temporary quarters for the!probably is the most important wer * Mr - fl nd,holiday season after losing most|piece of evidence on the origin of Gilmore, whose : 0 f their household goods and per- the fire which we have received." al possessions. The Gilmoresj Brown testified the fire's origin were were given housing by Art Fette,!remained undetermined; that local motel owner. | there are strong indications it was In addition to cash, a Red Cross i accidental rather than arson, and drive headed by Lee Thielman, "- 1 - "" ' ' 'Owatonna newspape rman, has yielded a large amount of clothing and offers of household equipment. that police had been unable to find evidence that any volatile liquid had been used. The inquest will be resumed jJan. 13. combat conditions. Feverish construction activity, The social season — shortest ever — opened last Thursday night '• Crib Is Ready, But Birth Will Never Come COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - A tiny crib stood at the foot of the still bloody bed. Soft white blankets edged in satin were gently folded over its sides' in anticipation of a birth. But the birth will never come. The expectant mother, Mrs. Janice Ora Porter, 24, is dead, victim of a savage assault and a bullet in the brain. Her body, trussed with wire, i gagged and blindfolded, was dis-j covered Tuesday by her father-in- i law when he returned to his home j near here where she and her hus- j band lived. Sheriff's deputies following footprints in the snow arrested David ; S. Smith, 20, who lived just up the' road from the brutal slaying' scene. They said he admitted the j killing. He is being held for investigation of murder. Smith was quoted as saying he had planned for two or three days to criminally assault Mrs. Porter, i burn (D-Tex). The Washington diplomatic i corps has grown so large it takes two dinners to entertain them in the tradition long followed by presidents. to meet the demands of the space | witn a dinner for the Supreme age resounds through 64,000 acres Court. It will end with another of rolling hills clad in gnarled double-header Jan. 26 and 27 when shrubs. j the Eisenhowers entertain in honor Bulldozers are tearing up thei of vice President Richard M. earth where once cowboys and :Nixon anc * t&e Cabinet, and then sheep herders of the old Jesu! Speaker of the House Sam Rav Maria Ranch roamed the ranges. Only a few years ago, there was nothing on the site which now is being built into a free world defense bastion, 160 miles northwest of Los Angeles. One of those who saw it before, and now is here under different circumstances, is Warrant Officer James Callan, originally of Van Nuys, Calif. He was one of 16,000 men in the California National Guard's 40th Infantry Division who shortly before Pearl Harbor were moved briefly to the area for beach maneuvers. "This was just hills then," he says. "Hills and beaches and nothing else. There wasn't a building that I recall." Now he's back with the Strategic Air Command. Things have changed, and are changing. STERLING Tonight fir Thursday 2 Action Packed Features RUTH ROMAN STERLING HAYDEN 7M Story 01 Today's Counter-Spy War! Showing At 7:00 and 9:50 JOflMnGnM Mrt STEVENS —dQMVKUOl ^ni^w nvwvw 1B&IR Bfft OHABLOODW MfflUSW SHOWING AT 8:20 ON SALE AT BOX OFFICE - THEATRE GIFT BOOKS $2.50 and $5.00 BOOKS The base is a contrast of old and new. Mixed among new structures are buildings used when this was Camp Cooke, a training center during World War II. Read The Classified Ads. Carry-Out Order Bar-B-Q Ribs Includes French Fries, Salad, Roll and After Dinner Mint Dessert. $1.45 Only Carry-out orders available at any hour. Open 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sundays 9 a.m. t o 8 p.m. Swede Carlson's HAMBURGER HEAVEN So. on Hwy. 218 Phone HE 3-9824 HORROR! 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