Salina Journal

October 06, 1957

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Salina Journal, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1957, Salina, Kansas TODAYS JOURNAL HELPS YOU In Entertainment TV shows Pg 19 Movie Menu Pg 19 Radio Report Pg 5 Sports 1518 In Knowing Folks Births Pg 2 Today in Salina Pg 2 Weddings Parties Clubs Pgs 913 Deaths Funerals Pg 24 June Havoc is true friend to fur Pg 22 In Religion Methodists to meet at Hutchin son next year Pg 24 In Ideas A cure for Hoffitis Editorial Pg 4 Party Line Pg 28 In Better Living Twostory house staging come back Pg 21 Homes for Americans Pg 21 Wheelchair no House made fillment of dream Pg 22 Women want stylish doorknobs Pg 22 Fascinated World Looks In Vain For Speeding Satellite Salinans Man Listening Posts Salina amateur radio operators may get Sputniks beepbeep captured for posterity on tape May Never Be Seen Except By Russians Another story on Page 24 By Gardner L Bridge The Moon In Nutshell By The Associated Press Here are pertinent facts con cerning the Russian earth satel FIVE CENTS THE SUNDAY EDITION SALINA JOURNAL 86th YEAR No 279 SALINA KANSAS SUNDAY OCTOBER 6 1957 36 Pages WASHINGTON Oct 5 The hams are attempting tojearth satellite sped round and round a fascinated world LAUNCHED Sometime yes monitor the Russian satellite onjtoday sending what may be messages in secret codeterday at a secret sitcMiKiple its trips about the earth and havejback to its creators in the Soviet Union istase rockels ProPelled it into its hooked their receiver to a tape As it drded globeorbit recorder to record lhe little 962 minutes 5GO miles out Jmuch brighter than he had ex SIZE 23 inches in diameter 1 space the Western Worlds scienpected L WEIGHT 185 or nine moons radio signal tuvv me xcaiciii vruuua n I believe I heard it once toj lists knew it was there because Cambrdge scientists said the mes thal of a similar satellite day said Jim McKim one of they could pick up its radio can be only in thebeing readied h fh the leaders of the amateur group nals which is cooperating in jance of the International Geo physical Year But we didnt they in though there by the United and south polar regions atStatcs I Present because oMts relation toj ALTITUDE 560 miles earth and SU11 said SPEED lhe earth n Imight become visible in other 36 minutes I ftw parts of the world if it chances2 seconds according to Russia seen i handicap Pg 28 have the tape recorder hooked up j 6 scattered to order is fuljso Im not claiming anything tj J ri fueeni direction in two or three weeks SHAPE not stated but disputed and therej isumably round was some feeling that it might Indefinite Life j CONTENTS Radio equipment In Education English Lesson Pg 22 Teachers must learn so chil dren can learn Pg 2 schools Pg 3 Childrens Journal Pg 14 Homemade Receiver The hams gathered late be sotted except by Pus day at M T Baers home 857islans Shawnee where a homefauilt re HOW long it will continue perhaps instruments to pro expected to keep whirl through the heavens in its vide scientific data on conditions Seven Times j northsouth orbit was a subject tne high altitude The satellites course around the Ule great6S sPeculation Estij ORBIT Not precisely stated J globe from north to south brings ranged a few days toi USSa bUt by ex am Sunday andL T unnssja million years jperts in other countries to have Girls take back seat at Burmajsjart again after a few hours i Umes ever 4 as tte earth1 A SOTiet scientist attending abeen fired in a westtoeast direc Sleep jspins beneath it in Washington said travlinif in an Two American until at least 1 In Health Saturday attempts to trap tbej moons signals failed McKim scientists blamed it on the Russians use of i the Sovietlaunched sphere was last nvpr fwn Some coal tar products can a low frequency pending back coded messages that The moon is transmitting onthev 40 megacycles McKim said and I batteries operating the satellitesiorbit from 65 degiees radio transmitter would of the equator to 65 cause cancer Pg 8 In Science This scientist Prof A A Blal south bringing it over the US at intervals said TRACKING Radio signals World tries to glimpse willo wisp satellite Pgs 1 24 the maximum usable frequency Lucas Voters Reject School Mass astronomer the satellite is uncertain but span of pjckec up by numerous experts went above that todav and amateurs with shortwave ra said it was obyous the Russians j he said it should be visible in this dio equipment Satellite t its McKim explained the complex j to nch the satellitej country difficulty like as of frequencies of 20 005 and 40 02 TnTTuTtrTviolet and other rays observations in the he said the satellite every 24 j megacycles froria the sun ironize the F2 i layer f ionosphere between the sun and the earth i I Wont Penetrate LUCAS In a heavy turnout When this happens radio waves free world Not Yet Visible There were a number of reports hours will pass seven times over 75 meters the territory of the United States wavelengths 15 and The possibility of visual ob VISIBILITY TO EYE AND TEL ESCOPE Conflicting reports Japanese scientist reported seein Lucas voters said no to a proof low frequency wont penetrate posed new high school jthe ionized layer but are reflect1 Observatory in Cambridge said of sightings from different parts ff ance isinsured from the fact of the United States but officials of the brilliance jit through a telescope Americans at the Smithsonian Astrophysical j a star befween the fourth andjako sightings However Observatory fn caiH the ninth magnitude astrophysical experts say orbit A bond issue was de feated Saturday 250 to 212 ed from it ihe baby moon is not yet visible bts just like a mirror reflectjto observers in this country The total vote of 468 was theling light McKim said As long A largest election on a school issuers its only glass the light passes Is The White House described that suns makes im Russian accomplishment as view Tananow srio M T great scientific interest and said PURPOSE To gather infor i Sa hit should contribute much to themation on sPace Presumably LaVdl ediiorf t 3 that a11 some of it back by dependent iSflecSd though Pyramid Of Logs Collapses 45 Baker Stucfents Geophysical Year Common Effort BALDWIN Kan Oct 5 0 Ajfraterhity Lawrence Memorial Hospital 25foot high pyramid of logs col I was on top and went down MiUer said about six others were lapsed under the weight of 45 BakWlth the bunchWhen I Wted and cut and ofhers j launch satellites of its own some er University fraternity members head much moaning and have suffered shock groaning Miller said It actual VALUE None at present FUTURE OF SATELLITE The geophysical year in reality May last days or weeks Eventual an 18month period which started disintegration expected as speed last July 1 and will continue I drops and satellite falls into through 1958 is a common effoitearlhs denser atmosphere by scientists of both Eastern aid I Western worlds to learn more about the earth and what lies be yond it The United States plans to I today The result was one brokenIy turned out much better thgn ft leg at least two broken noses and1 sounded at the time cloudy east occasional showers or time during the observance probthunderstorms developin Weather PREGAME PRAYER Nebraska University football players huddle in prayer before the opening kickoff of their Big Eight conference game with Kansas State at Manhattan Saturday Kneeling is Fan MANHATTAN The Ne braskaKansas State game really wasnt that dull but one fan slept soundly in the bleachers at the final whistle He was still snoozing1 as the other fans moved for the ex its Clarence Cook an end Nebraska won 147 Details section Pages 1518 JOURNAL PHCJTtT by Wilbur Hess Saline Decision Upheld The logs had been built around I bly next spring Information extreme west Sunday a large tree in pyramid fashion from both Russian and U S sat spreading over west g at least two broken noses andsounded at the time was to be shared bv all 7 L teset a i J The students were posing for ajwere Loms Parkin Grand IslandMffler lf y Picketing To Force Union Membership Ruled Unlawful Kansas Supreme i ternative injure the employes in Court Saturday ruled that ortheir right to earn a livelihood with Came As Surprise her Strong City Kas with a brokj of the men in the house white House press secretary Sunday 75 to 85 Kamble aen nose Gordon Barnhardt of j about 45 of the 52 members were james C Hagerty said the Eus picture after building the pyramid for their annual steak fry tonight One corner gave way and thenose and slight concussion Sudden the middle gave this countrys satellite program in side dropped about four feet throwj Glen Holt Abilene noseway anAwe Ponged down way Asked jf there had ng Sunday Little change in temperature 5000 Labor Relations Board has de clined or obviously will decline to exercise jurisdiction The decision apparently leaves a Picture On Page 24 anizational picketing is unlaw such picketing is unlawful iful where the purpose is to co The same is true the Supreme erce employes to join a union or Court said if the picketing is aimi no mans land in labor disputes to injure their right to earn a ed at forcing the em p 1 oye r to i since the NRLB has an established livelihood jcoerce the employes to become i policy of not hearing cases involv About 5000 persons responded j The hirjji u dd he SaJ members with the alternative of ling interstate firms which do a of iirrlatf nicflif in fho nflnrc nf i ti A JLeavenworth Kan with a brokenposing for achievement would not affectNORTHCENTRAL FORECAST night to the odors of the employers business I icairl QtlfMcmllr fllcl rTOTm I VAMTT1 O J 1 t U1UIUI UUILC Ut ZONE cloudy through wood smoke and cooking meat scattered lightwhich have floated over Kenwood cision in a suit brought by A1 ing practically everybody to thesmashed possibly broken Ambulances were sent from Law any advance information on theshowers Sunday cooler Sunday Park for two days from ground said Perry Miller A fifth student Albert Bullock I rence about 18 miles away and I Soviet launching Hagerty hgh 75go Lions Club barbecue pits dent of the Zeta Chi house a localwas released after treatment jail he could say was that it didSALINA WEATHER i not come as a surprise i the bert Binder and 28 other em Can Brins Action The court held that nonunion business of less than year nlnvpq nf thp Tarvh rnrKfrnrHnn i 1Ile cour neln tnac nonunion eno Court evcrse piojes o the Jams Construction nm One decision reversed the Reno Tn TJaincf fhp Tnrl LlilplOjes On d COCSirUCtlOP prO The meat was tender t h e r Constructive and Ues n andCounty Distort Court which had sauce just right and the Local No 685imay properly bring an action toissued an order the Gen Moscowradio reported the sat Downtown Temperature wilh a sPlendid nght R f enjoin a union from unlawful lafral and ellite was launched into its 65 Min 61 Max 86ifor lhe iBmder and the brought bor pradices local No with the yesterdavlt was described as 23Max Friday 84 Precip trace 1 The barbecuc fansthe smt to enjom he union from Industrial picbetingis n6re thaniTeamsters Union from picketing inches in diameter and weighing C AirportTemp H pm rajPassed through six serving iinesjPicketing work on the Marymount frcc hjgh court Terminal a freight depot 185 pounds eight times the weiglUjMin 00 Max 86 LionsCklb membcrs that a state may VandKather of planned U S satellites announcement jj GLAD DADDYS Donald Tuttle 123 E Minneapolis gets a hearty heros welcome on his return to Schilling AFB from overseas tempo rary duty with the 40th Bomb Wing His children are David and Patricia 9 Mrs Tuttle totes husbands luggage while youngsters hug Dad Other 40th Bomb Wing men are arriving from the overseas station USAF Photo Site Not Disclosed The Russian gave the vehicles speed as 18000 percent mph but did not specify the launching site U S experts fig ured the site was north of the Cas pian Sea i j 1 I J t t 111UJ 84 Precio trace ed P the of the union picketed thejacts and C0nduct which are anline M Fnesen at Hutchmson CA4 reportedll pm nille sters lhe beansAuction project in an effort b f th rignt t ickeL The Supreme Court sent the case reported pm uarom auc pjckic onims to organlze common aborers i eter 2990 steaciv Wind southeast mph RdaUve humidily Dear Sal That outsized basketbdl whizzing around he world is the only Russian satellite lhat ever got beyond the Iron Curtain Yours Ina Lowest this date 33 in highest 96 in 1387 am set pm am set pm Mrlxirt TYmpfnitiirrs Ky 12 MlrtniRht ifi 12 Nnon 1 am tvt i I i 73ed peaches The meat had been roasted over two feet of coals covered by several inches of sand and made Sun airtight by a covering of dirt over a metal lid The meat was 1902 They said there was no dis pute between the employes and their employer back with directions for the Reno school building project involving1 County tribunal to disnlis the ac tion The lower court had held the and employes engaged in the building trades cannot be The late Judge Lon he picketing deprived the1 Sun wrapped in cheesecloth and buremployes of right to work with out due process of law and issued 7i l 75 in declared to affect interstate comPicketing for organizational pur Buzick merce as a matter of law j poses constituted a secondary ycolt in violation of Kansas Harm To Business j law lap out due process of law and issued The opinion written by Justice1 In a similar case the Supreme Leonard E Croy Cotlonwood a Permanent injunction against Alfred G Schroeder said the SaCourt affirmed a decision by the Foils directed he barbecue forhe union lina union had in effect said join Sedgwick County District Court rr the Lions The union appealed contending Local fi85 wilich we invite OL1 todismissing a suit by Asphalt Pav Later Kansas Mack district court was without nr we wil cmitinile to harnving Inc against Teamsters Local entertainer presented jurisdiction the business in which you are em 795 s his band at Blue Jay Park in a The high court said hat where Ilfvcd i The asphalt firm had sought an Lionssponsored entertainment the object of peaceful picketing is for the Jarvis employinjunction to prevent picketing of 7i Proceeds will he used for to coerce the employes to become Cs said thcy helieve the filing of construction jobs and the Sedgwick Lions Club youth projects i members of a union or in the alsllch m action by eipployes rathj County court held it did not have er than an employer is without jurisdiction i i f i f I I TT 1 1 Oromyko Dulles In Helpful talk I precedent They said they expect the union to appeal the Kansas decision to the Court The supreme court failed By John M Hightower by Dulles and Gromyko at major topics the course of their conversations down a decision in a sim WASHINGTON Oct 5 UVSecl unprecedented 3hour 45mimitej The meeting was held at the were the Middle East appeal from Saline county in retary of State Dulles and Sovietconference in the study of Dullesinvitation of the United States ment the situation in Europe and Foreign Minister Andrei home said that four major topics secretary of state o discuss qucsUnited StatesSoviet contacts ko announced after a long con1 were discussed Thcy were listed lions concerning the state of Unit ference today that thcy had held as the Middle East disarmament Jed StatesSoviet relations j u was Gromvkos first rip helpful talks on major East the situation in Europe and US The secretary said that advanl West issues including the MiddlcSoviet contacts age should be taken of Soviet East and disarmament i Gromyko on emerging from Minister Gromykos He said Russias Dulles it was furrier reported and after a fricnflyence in the United States in of the first manmade state ins no jurisdiction in hbor up what handshake from the sccncclidn with the General satellite was a great achieverelations matters affecting inter of state said that thc Unitol Nations to He told reporters that heistite commerce thought thc conversation was him to exchange views j would talk with Dulles about Save A o Washington years case brought by Leonard Stiei ben and 18 other Jarvis employes i against the same union The casej involved a construction project1 at Schilling Air Force Base i In other labor cases Saturday successful the supreme court ruled the in almost 10 called the need for reunifica tion of Ger many but the Russian min ister declined to talk about that problem on the ground that it was not a proper subject or him to dis cuss Gromyko But it said it is up to the Kansas useful in clarifying the relativcj Dulles and Gromyko said that Kme of the relations between I C0lirts to determine from the evi positions of lhe Washington and i the meeting would enable them toj Soviet Union and hc United denc whether b t Moscow governments on the probseek clarification of intcntionsstalcs but he doubted that the lems discussed Met Four Hours The joinl statement issued by Asst Secretary of State Andrew Brcding said Secretary of State Dulles and Foreign Minister Gro myko met for approximately four A communique jointly agreed on hours and dealt with a number and position of their would figure very much governments on major questions jn conversation of mutual concern dencc whether a business is inter state or inlraslate in character Tommy Jacobs 516 W Iron slipped a metal washer on his finger Saturday Firemen finally had to get it off The more he tugged at it the more it swelled A fireman used a gadget called a sidecutter to re move the washer Tommy was a little fright ened said his mother He was afraid the firemen would have to cut his finger off They believe that their conversation this afternoon has been helpful in this re spect The major topics brought up in It said Congress has preempted the field on labor relations affect Allhough Dulles has met with ing interstate commerce and com Soviet leaders many times State plctciy displaced state powers to Department officials could recalldeal with such matters no exact precedent for todays ses sion Dulles invited Gromyko to Immaterial come here from New York for in It is immaterial the high informal freewheeling talk court said whether the National Only Clouds The long thin line in the northwest sky Saturday night was nothing unusual It just looked that way The CAA wenther station identified the line as a clrrtll cloud formation ;