Mason City Globe Gazette, June 11, 1956

Mason City Globe Gazette

June 11, 1956

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 11, 1956, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home The Outstretched Hand of Friendly Mason City Welcomes You Contributed by Lena Van Route 1 Thornton MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10WANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXII Press and United Press Full Lease Seven Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY 1954 This Paper Consists of Two One No 211 FOR FESTIVAL TUESDAY WAF Band Is First Arrival First by air and then by the arrival schedule of the musical organizations participating Tuesday in the North Iowa Band Festival The Air Force WAF Band featured unit in this years festival was to land at p m Monday at the Mason City Muni cipal Airport The band composed of 50 young women is flying to Mason City from Lackland Air Force Base Tex The influx of bands will reach its peak Tuesday morning as high school organizations from 93 North Iowa and southern Minnesota will converge on the city One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGaxetre Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE WTAD Uulticj IWO Sunday KCLO Sundaj WO1 Ames tlIO Thursday WSU1 la CltT 1910 Saturday Wealth Carries a Responsibility about as long as I can re member Ive heard it argued whether the enormous wealth of family could much good to the Rockefeller have brought as as many if it had been left in the hands of the tributed to it millions who con In the beginning at least the Rockefeller riches came mostly from petroleum in the form of kerosene The original John D of course was a very rich man probably the worlds richesl man when the horseless car riage came into being Kerosene in those days meant ever so much more than gasoline and the market was pretty much in Rockefellers control a mo nopoly In theory at least the Rocke feller wealth wouldnt have been built up if the petroleum prod ucts turned out by the giant cor poration headed by him had been priced tower than they were And that gives us our question Would the benefits thus spread out among the millions who pur chased kerosene have been as great in the aggregate as the benefits which have resulted from the largescale research projects endowments and philanthropies financed and administered by the Rockefeller Foundation One Answer For All It follows of course that if we could find the answer to the question as it applies to the Rockefeller wealth have the answer to n more than a hundred schoo buses The 18th annual North Iowa Band Festival will be the largcs sinen the Centennial of 1953 with 100 musical organizations taking part Six Mason City bands including he clowning Rotary Club musi cians 93 visiting high schoo bands and the WAF group make up the total Officials Monday were making astminute preparations to handle he thousands of visitors who annually watch the morning pa rade of bands and floats and the night show at Roosevelt Stadium Chalk Lines Spectators were reminded that the chalk lines placed on the pave ment on Federal Avenue indicate the area to be cleared for the marching units Onlookers how ever may place chairs and stools setween the chalk line and the curbing A warning was issued to store proprietors and building owners Police and the band festival com mittee said it is the responsibility of the proprietors and owners to keep people off roofs of buildings that line the parade route Officials Monday received not ice that Maj Gen Robert E L Eaton commanding general oJ ENTIRE NATION BAKES Heat Will Continue By UNITED PRESS The first big heat wave of the season baked the nation from the Rocky Mountains to the Atlantic Seaboard Monday No immediate relief was in sight Weather men said the blanket of hot dry air was so deep hat cold air from the north and west had trouble penetrating it Instead of giving ground the heat was ex acted to spread into New England routing one of the Easts last pockets of cool weather Temperatures Sunday got to 100 degrees al most to the Canadian borjder It was 101 at Bis marck N Huron S and Pierre S AP Wircphoto SHECKS TWERNT Adm Isaac Rojas right assumes a seemingly bashful pose at Buenos Aires Monday as President Pedro Aramburtt con gratulates him for his work in squelching Sundays revolt Aramburu was out of town when the insurrection was reported and Rojas moved fast to successfully combat it Execute 38 After Per on Followers Revolt Fails FESTIVAL PROGRAM All Grade School band concert in Central Park Festival Parade Luncheon for band masters and queen candi dates at Hotel Hanford to 5 Central Park concerts The WAF Band at baseball game at Roosevelt Diamond presented in Central Park Finale at Roosevelt Stadium we the would same question as it applies to Car negie Guggenheim Mellon Ford and the hundreds of others who have followed the foundation ex ample set by Rockefeller and Carnegie A study of Americas great fortunes down through the years reveals a pronounced similarity of pattern One of two courses has been followed in nearly every instance 1 When the wealth of one gen eration has been passed down in tact to a second or a third gen eration there has almost without exception been a disintegration of the estate 2 When those blessed with great wealth have felt a respons ibility to use it for the common good and the advancement of humanity the estate has had a tendency to perpetuate itself Some Vanishing Names Perhaps I can suggest what I BUENOS AIRES W Argen tinas military regime pushed a determined hunt Monday for leaders of a bloody weekend re volt staged by army and civilian followers of oxdictator Juan D Peron The government announced fir ing squads executed 38 rebels in speedy and unprecedented re taliation It indicated many more would face a similar fate as the 10th Air Force is sending a personal representative to ttte festival He is Col Lloyd E Ar nold assistant for Reserve Af fairs Headquarters 10th Air Force Selfridge Field Mich Blame Suffocation for Death of Two Cedar RapidsTots CEDAR RAPIDS UP Two young children were found dead here Saturday in n stifling hot at tic bedroom of their home Selfridge field Mich Kenneth Cahill 2 and his A concert in Central Park Karcn lf apparently died by the Muson cuy or heat prostration City Elementary School Band will their mother and fathcr swift courts martial convened under martial law sat around the clock The executions were carried out under martial law provisions Argentinas civil penal code pro vides no death penalty Security forces swooped down on known Peronistas in many Argentine cities Some 500 ci vilians were reported arrested in Rosario 11 at Santa Fe 50 at Santiago del Estero and 20 at Corrientes Mendoza site of an abortive plot earlier this year was virtually sealed off as open Band Festival activities The Parade Set parade of bands queens were away working The two youngsters had been cared for by their sister Loretta and floats is set for 10 Other9 concerts will be held in the afterThe rooms temperature was noon with the Air Force WAF recorded at 108 degrees after au Band making its appearance authorities had aired it for more Ithan one hour authorities guard and mounted a ordered five special arrests The in 12 hours by government air and ground at 11 Satur day in Buenos Aires and thre other major cities Some 100 pei sons reportedly may have bee killed or wounded The insurgcnts struck at tw points in the federal capital A the same time they staged upris ings in La Plata 35 miles south east of Buenos Aires Sant Rosa capital of La Pampa pro vince in central Argentina an Rosario 180 miles northwest o Buenos Aires Loyalist forces directed by th vice president Adm I s a a Rojas quickly smothered the re volt in Buenos Aires and Ro sario Jet fighter and aombers finally smashed holdouts in La Plata and Sant President Pedro Arambun mean in my No 1 point here by pointing out that the name Van derbilt used to bulk large in Americas financial circles So also did the names of Astor and Gould Nowadays you seldom hear any of the three mentioned except in a nostalgic way Neith er the fdrtunes nor the fame have been perpetuated in foundations To support my observation that those who have regarded great wealth as a great public are the ones whose names are deeply and permanently engraved in the af fections of our people I have only to mention Rockefeller Car negie Mellon Ford or Guggen heim All have set up endow ments and foundations to pro mote the betterment of mankind in some important way Ford is the last name entered on this list but by reason of a magnificent gift to education and hospitals in recent months the CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 The grand enlry finale of at bands for Ptoosevelt Staj SAME Blick Hag means traffic death in past hours clium will begin at Fea ured in the night show will be the WAF band the Albert Lea High School marching band and champion twirler Patte Genin of St Paul Announcement of Miss North Iowa of 1956 chosen from the 93 queen candidates will climax the evening show Until the corona lior Miss Sandra Knight Rock ford will reign over festivities She was chosen queen last year Cliff Bainum Northwestern Forest City Plans Goodbye to Dr Rand on Wednesday FOREST wide expression of adieu and godspeed will be made to Dr Sidney Rand retiring president of Waldorf College at a luncheon meeting in the Forester Hotel j Wednesday noon After five years of fruitful lead University band director emeriership here Dr Rand is soon to tus will conduct the m a s s e djbegin his duties as executive di bancls in several numbers to conrector of the department of Chris elude the show Other events on the days schedule include a luncheon at Hotel Hanford for visiting bandmasters and their wives and for queen candidates There will be a Junior Legion baseball game at 2 at Rooseburg College Waverly veil Field No admission will be charged for the between diaries City and Mason City tian education of the Evangelical Lutheran Church with offices in Minneapolis Speaking for the independent colleges of Iowa on the toast pro gram Wednesday noon will be President C H Becker of Wart SONJA WEDS NEW YORK ivPl Ice queen Sonja Henie and Norwegian ship ping magnate Niels Onstarl are honeymooning somewhere in the south Miss Henie 43 and her bridegroom 46 were married Saturday It was her third mar riage and his second widely known For est City furniture merchant will speak for this community and Enoch Norem of Mason City will represent the North Iowa area on theprogram Henry Nelson Winnebago Countys representative in the state legislature will serve as master of ceremonies Odell Fors lund Forest City business man nav rebe all noted more for frosty temperatures than heat waves In the heart of Minnesotas resort belt it was a toasty 99 degrees at Redwood Falls Mason City Iowa reported 95 The blistering 90degree readings drove thou sands of perspiring families to the roads Beaches were jammed most of them in advance of the official swimming season The drowning rate soared There were at least 22 weekend drownings in an eightstate Midwest of them in Wisconsin alone Possible scattered showers over the Iowa Minnesota border area Monday gave the only promise of local relief from the torrid tem peratures 9 Kille on State Roads Latimer Man Is Victim The death of Paul Muhlen iruck 62 Latimer late Sunday irought to nine the number o leadon state highways over the veekend The years toll for the state now reads 279 Muhlenbruck his wife and two of his nieces children were trav eling west on a gravel road fou miles north of Hampton abou Donald Deem Chapin was driving north on the Chapi road The cars collided at th intersection Both machines went into th ditch Mrs Muhlenbruck had shoulde bruises but was not hospitalizec The children were also bruisec but not seriously injured Deem was uninjured Funeral services are incomplet at the Greenfield Funeral Home Four Killed Four Illinois persons wer killed and three lowans injurec two seriously Sunday when tw cars collided on Highway 9 abou four miles west of Spirit Lake Police were searching for third car which reportedly lei the scene after entering the high way at an intersection strikin the Illinois car and throwing into the path of the Iowa car Killed were Fred J Haniann his wife Alvina her sister Aim Knickrehm all of Peotone III and a niece of the women Lilli Knickrehm Grant Park 111 The vhoVeluriicd from a tour of the lo Groton t interior after the shooting branded the uprising a mad He vowed that en ergetic measures would be taken against all who took part Loyalist forces scoured the land for two retired generals branded as the men who master AP Wlicphoto Nicholas 25 Hancock posing with the Rev James Buikema Bur lington hopes to become the first woman with full privileges as a minister in the Iowa Des Moines conference of the Meth odist Church Her admission i being studied at a conference convention now in session at Mount Pleasant House Passes Aid Measure WASHINGTON Wt The Hous Monday passed and sent to th Senate a foreign ai bill slashed by more than a bi lion dollars below President E senhowers request The legislation was reported headed for further trouble in the Senate where some key senators have said it should be cut even further It is still bigger than the appropriation Congress voted last year The bill sets terms and ceilings for the program to bolster free world countries against commu nism in the year starting July 1 Ike in Another Walk To Resume Some Duties WASHINGTON wi President isenhower Monday took another ittle walk suffered less pain and made a start toward resuming the duties of his office The doctors said Eisenhower took walking exercises around on his own initiative A noon medical bulletin said the Presidents condition re mains with pulse blood pressure temperature and respiration essentially It added He walked with but little sup port his bed to an easy chair which was placed 20 feet from the bed He sat in the chair for 15 minutes and then walked again with little support back to bed During these exercises the President had less discomfort than Some Help On 30 hours after his emergency surgery of early Saturday morning the Presi dent walked a total of about 30 feet with attendants partly sup porting him Monday the only assistance he had was a hand on the elbow the Mrs Eisenhower was in room on both occasions Eisenhower conferred for 10 minutes Monday with his chief assistant Sherman Adams and reached several decisions includ ing the designation of Vice Presi visit relatives The injured all from Montgon cry are Harry Stinehart 16 re ported in critical condition at a Spirit Lake hospital John Hil liard in serious condition and Bill Stinehart 26 brother of Har ry in fair condition The actual funds must be voted j dent Nixon to represent him at two forthcoming events the regular National Security Coun cil meeting Thursday and a Blair House luncheon Wednesday for West German Chancellor Adenau minded the abortive They are generals Paul Tanco and Juan Jose Valle both big army bosses when Pcron was presiClung dent Both were retired sum manly when Peron was over thrown last fall Argentinas supreme military court went into emergency ses sion Sunday night to decide the fate of rebel prisoners Other Victims in a separate bill later The formal roll call vote con firmed House opposition this elec tion year to an overseas aid pro gram as large as the flOO Eisenhower said was needed for American and free world se curity The final vote for passage was 273122 er Eisenhower also against postponing decided the Confer Killed in other accidents were Lium 23 of Formosa a student Deborah Jo Mueller 5 Moines John Gerlach 20 jSpringbrook und Leslie Milier 49 Burlington j Ching a student at the Connoly RECORD SUICIDE FIGURE TOKYO reported 14 suicide attempts in Tokyo Sun School of Mines Rapid City S LeMay Asks Big Hike in Budget for B52s WASHINGTON Curtis E LcMay asked a Senate priations Subcommittee Monday for a increase in was killed and a fellow stu dent Hsing Tao Wang also of Formosa injured when their car left Highways 52 ond r7 three miles north of Sabula and crashed into a tree Authorities said Ching appar ently dozed at the wheel of the clay a oneday record Three died The Weather ence on Fitness of American Youth to be held at Annapolis June 1819 Eisenhower had been scheduled to speak at the meeting Nixon al reacjy js chairman of the confer ence and will preside Hagerty also said that still un der study is whether the Presi dent will be able to attend the Organization of American States I Mueller girl was killed Mason City Partly cloudy with a chance of thunderstorm Mon day night low about f5 Tues day partly cloudy and not so warm with occasional thunder showers high 8589 Iowa Mostly fair Monday night I with widely scattered thunder storms near the Minnesota borj dcr Tuesday partly cloudy meeting at Panama City June ndcrstor iam went off north west quite funds for his Strategic Air Com warm except in north Tuesday r mlles west of Hubbard and rolled mand for steppedup production of B52 bombers j d Lows Monday night 6572 is chairman of the committee in charge of arrangements Waldorf has experienced DR SIDNEY RAND marked growth in enrollment and physical facilities since Dr Rands in roots are deeply imbedded a I community life here also in when the Chairman Chavez DNM made Sunday night in a twocar collision this disclosure after LeMay tcstisouth of on Highway fied before a closed session of thcj61 Hartleys car and one driven subcommittee examining the Deby Donald w Schulz 21 feme Departments proposed 36u almos hcadon million dollar budgot for ths fis Gerlach cal year beginning July 1 Martensdale Youth Drowns in Pool twccn Sl Donalus and LcMolte WJNTERSET UKLloyd Young in Jackson County 7 son of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Young Martensdale Sunday be came the first drowning victim in the 20year history of the Ameri can Legion pool here The acci dent occurred on the first day the pool was opened this year Hartley was fatally injured late i Five Day Iowa Temperatures was injured fatallyi car in which he was riding went out of control Sun day He died Monday morning at a Bellevue hospital The accident occurred on a gravel road be ACTRESS WEDS CARMEL Calif British ac tress Dana Wynther 23 was mar ried night to Grcgson Bautxcr 45 Hollywood corpora tion lawyer und mana bouttown In the study class too is the question of whether there will be the previously scheduled talks with Indian Prime Minister Nehru on July 710 Temporary Office Adams and other White House aides set up a temporary head quarters near the Presidents hos pital room to facilitate consult ing him about government busi ness Adams met with the President after conferring in a nearby will average 3 to 8 degrees lounge with other staff members above normal from Hagerty and Staff Sec through Saturday Normal highTctnrv Andrew Goodpnster temperatures are 80 to S3 and I if it would be correct to normai lows are 58 to 61 Coolerisay Eisenhower now has re Wednesday and warmer ms less than three day and cooling again by Satdavs afler his operation Hagerty inday Showers Tuesday night replied I would think and Saturday should average Thc medical bulletin said anti 20 to 40 of an inch jbiotics still arc being adminis tered to the President and that he still being through the Minnesota Continued hot GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Monday Maximum Sunday Minimum Sunday night At 8 Monet s YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 95 G7 79 58 Sfi veins GIRLS STATE OPENS CEDAR FALLS W Three hundred high school girls regis tered Sunday for the llth annual Hawkeyc Girls State on the Iowa State Teachers College campus ;

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