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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 18, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TNI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LXII HOME EDITION Associated Press and United Press Full Wlrei Seven Cents Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JULY 18 ThU Paper of Two SecHomSeetion Hanlontown Youth Drowns in No Lake McKEON DEFENSE SAYS Apology for March PARRIS ISLAND S C defense maintained Wednesday S Sgl Matthew C McKeon owed no apology to anyone for the night march in which six Marine recruits were drowned j The defense attorney Emile Zola Herman New York City laid down the lines on which he hopes to prove thej 31yearold former drill instructor was guilty of no wrong doing McKeon is apearing before a general He is the man who led 74 recruits on a night march intoj a tidal creek April 8 Six did not come back Berman said he would attempt to prove that the methods used by McKeon on that fateful night were part and parcel the warp woof of methods by which this corps had made its wonderful McKeon whose home is at Worcester pleaded inno cent Tuesday to the two major charges against manslaughter and oppression of recruits On two minor charges drink ing in barracks and in the pres ence of a said noth ing As a result the court or dered the courtmartial to pro Hodge Plans Full Statement on Scandal SPRINGFIELD 111 ville E Hodge Wednesday agreed to make a full statement an answer alt questions about ceed as if he had pleaded innohalfmillion dollar check scandal cent Opening Statements Wednesday the defense and the govcrpment prosecutor M a j Charles B Sevier Jacksonville made their opening state ments Sevier said only in a brief j which forced his resignation as j state Meanwhile raiders armed with search warrants were reported to have moved in Tuesday night on anapartment near the Illinois statehouse here They were said to have found several documents including do oviai uuiumcm JllCJUUing at1 statement that the presentation n5anci noles on joaDS issued b the o evidence wut be lengthy U is Southmoor Bank Trust Co at xM HfSisssi TREES BLOWN luesday afternoon and caused considerable property damage in the New Hampton area A mail truck was overturned top photo and its driver was treated ys of the our intention to reconstruct the events which are the subject Chicago which has been involved in the case Edward A Hintz re signed as president of the bank matter of the m uie oalIR The Marine major said alsojlast week and told authorities he that he would ask the court tojhad cashed about a quarlermil vievv the area tragedy occurred jat Hodges request Mail Truck Driver Injured by Twister at New Hampton Berman was ar more The 9 Property aJso carried a wardamaced bv a twisicr whiVh mm his ooeninc statement he tod rani fnr nr VA L t rum ram lor tne ureit of Edward A I bled through a small area a few fcppmg an aide of Hodges Epmiles east of here late Tuesdav rtinn ji AT i J In his opening statement he told the board Nowhere in the charges is there one word or charge or for head injuries when his truckjranch dozens of pens were upset was blown from Highway 24 about four miles east of shortly after 3 The truck was flipped into a ditch and over turned 1S rt uiccr m iiuni mvesii Orval Bequette 32 driver far M i w is there one word or charge ormcnt Associates which was reia US Miil u ere strewn that the purchasing the WeWsdav from St Jotije HfWay no mail wasi was either drunk intoxicated orjwhero the raided apartment wasenhs Hosnita L L He was dnvmg on the Del under the influence of alcohol located i irealeclfcorah to Lawler route I He said 400 to 500 of the mink on the ranch were freed Shekleton who had been in the barn rushed to New Hampton to call mink ranchers from Fred t biS ere strewn alongiencksburg and Castalia to assist Expand Old Age Benefits Demos Hail Big Victory WASHINGTON tfi Jubilant Democrats Wednesday hailed their Senate victory on the Social Security bill as marking an his toric expansion of protection and retirement benefits for Ameri can families The Senate Tuesday night after a 12hour session passed 900 the bill permitting qualified women to start drawing retire ment payments at age 62 in stead of 65 and totally disabled persons to receive benefits start ing at age 50 The six absent senators also were recorded as favoring passage But the Democrats squeaked through 4745 on the most excit ing battle of the proposal by veteran Sen George DGa to put the disability pro gram into the bill Voting for it were 41 Democrats and 6 Re publicans while 38 Republicans and 7 Democrats opposed it Landmark Established Senators Long DLa and Douglas DI11 both told a re porter they considered that the Senates decisions on the bill es tablished a landmark in the 21 year history of the Social Se curity system Long said the originators and backers of the system have been striving since the 1930s to ge disability payments written intu the law They say this now completes a trinity of protection which heretofore has included re tirement and survivor benefits The House bill passed last year 37231 also contained the dis ability benefits and lowered re tirement age for women in a somewhat different form Thus was under the influence in the Not Sharp Dr Lloyd Morey former Uni versity of Illinois president r i n iw u MltolUtlll In summing up the points named by Gov William G defense hopes to prove that to succeed Hodge as au ifiiinr the time in terms of Marine Corps training the platoon was not sharp was not It was to use a local expres Herman continued a herd They were not taking seri ously the Following the statements the prosecution planned to begin pre senting its case againstthe drill instructor Among those expected to be called first was Richard Rakosi Quits Red Two Men Killed in CarTruck Crash East of Sumner getting the mink back into these are certain to be in the icir pens i final compromise product coran 10 route j Telephone lines to rural Democrats discounted any Some 10 to 12 golfers escapedeast of New Hampton and Law eal of a veto bv President injury as trees were knocked ler and West Union toll lines were even though the ad M 571 C KIlUCKcQ I against the New Hampton Coundamaged try Club and the roof was lifted up then set back down again about 6 inches out of line The golfers dashed from the course Continued thundershower activi ty over North Iowa was predicted SUMNER up to the clubhouse when the storm for Wednesday and Thursday but jtotal accumulation of precipita in Hungary J King Eugene who wasi VIEiYNA Maytas Rakosi i I i 1 JJI LJl I ii 20 Sumner and Gordon Covelj Numerous trees were uprooted tion was not expected to be great 17 of near Westgate were killedand at the fourth hole a sign was Wednesday when two vehiclesdriven into a tree Rain was slammed together with such force hcavv only for a short time on Iowa Highway 93 east of here A nearby granary on the John that their windshields touched Noehl farm was badly damaged Donald Leach 21 also of near A11 fauIdings except the house Westgate was critically leveled at the Erwin Burke in the niishuD two cnnfhoict f u A violent thundershower how ever was reported at Iowa Falls Wednesday noon Heavy hail fell in an area between Iowa Falls and Alden The Mason City area received 22 of an inch during Tuesday driking vodka with inihas resignedI as o Boons brief downpour com the enlisted mens barracks lastthc Hungarian Communist Pirtv Patrolman Frank Vhr c iclclmg with that received at num AprO 8 Radio Budapesli ws mmkjeroHs other points King was convieletl by sumintghl apparently dozed at the wheel of his car and it veered closely path of a pickup truck i driven by Leach Walz was killed joutright and Leach died a feu ministration opposed both the kej benefits in the bill as too costly But they said the measure would provide prime campaign material this fall whether it is signed or vetoed Full Credil Long gave full credit to Sen George for getting the disability provision into the bill I do not believe anyone else could have done he said Under the disability plan an estimated persons would draw the payments averaging about a month in the first Thev K 7 to of coverage mnry court martial of dis a base regulation He was duced in rank one stripe to corj poral and docked in pay for h dictatorship He i but the fine later wasjacknowledged he was partly re sponsible for unjust trials But the main defense during the Stalin era Wednesday took place outside the Rakosi was a blUcr foe Mar shal Tito of Yugoslavia in the days when Tito courtroom by long distance tele phone The switchboard of this SrJnC m was flooded by calls from formcncrn European nations Marines rallying to the side of thei excluded hours later Is Missing at Supermarket Unidentified thieves early Wed nesday broke into the E and W Supermarket 715 N Federal and who have been discharged from this base since last Jan J He wrote a letter intended to be mailed to most of them ask ing if they ever had seen recruits marched at night into the boon docks swamps marshes and creeks at Parris He re leased the letter to the press and soon thereafter tfie calls began coming in 20 Candidates Seek Lucrative J P Jobs RENO Nev candi dates are running for justice of the peace here and at Las Vegas the reason is not hard to find Justice of the Peace William Beemer Reno netted from marriage fees last year Justice of the Peace John Mcn doxa did almost as well at Las Vtgas w D dropping on to the top of a Racho Budapest broadcast a letjlarge refrigerator The cash regisi zr from Rakosi to the CcniralHer door had been opened with a Committee of the Communist meat cleaver Party saying he was resigning beJ Rahut had locked the buildinc cause of age and poor health Heiat Tuesday and an of 15 6o Ificcr had checked the store at 3 The official Hungarian news am Wednesday Everything ap agency MTI announced that Erno Geroe had been elected Rakosis successor as first secretary or boss of the party Geroe is a first deputy premier of Hungary SAME DATE Black Uj mmm truffle In pint 21 hmri peared in order then police said CarBike Accident Is Fatal to Youth GLIDDEN Hall 7 Glidden was fatally injured Tuesday when he was struck by a car while riding on a bicycle with another boy Authorities said the car was driven by Louis Huffbauer about 50 Carroll Huffbauer said the bi cycle was weaving back and forth as he approached and swerved suddenly into the path of his car The other boy Edgar Thedc hospital1 rt jimder Social Security and their disability must last six months before they arc eligible for bene AP Wirephoto ON WAY TO Mike Sibole 4 and his mother Mrs James Sibole leave their car Wednesday as they head for the elevator at an Orlando hospital The boy was not told until then that his remaining good eye was going to be re moved Boy 4 Loses Second Eye to Cancer ORLANDOJFla surgeon knife Wednesday left little 4year old Mike Sibole blind forever It was a matter of blindness o death The tragic operation took 41 minutes Cancer caused remova of his remaining eye the left Asked if it was a reasonabl assumption that he got all the tu mor and Mike will live the sur geon said There is a 505 Right Lost Cancer had been working a Mikes eyes for some time The right eye was removed two year ago At that time doctors hoped the disease known technically as reti no blnstoma was not present in he left eye But it appeared there ater Doctors found that in similar cases removal of the eye saved iie patients life The disease is hereditary in the opinion of most doctors who have studied it Adopted Son Mikes doctor who asked to re main anonymous said the boy is an adopted son of the Rev and VIrs James M Sibole and that Sibole told him he had learned the boys natural mother had both eyes removed because of the dis For four days prior to the in evitable operation the boys par ents had rushed him to every place of beauty they could find nd his last full day in the world Girl Is Rescued by Dock Larry Brunsvold Is Victim Larry Brunsvold 8 son of Mr and Mrs Arnold Brunsvold Han ontown drowned in Clear Laka Wednesday morning during a lesson session The ragedy was the first fatality in he 16 years of the Red Cross sponsored swimming lesson pro ram at the lake The boy was pronounced dead after being found in eight feet of water by one of six boats drag ging the area Another drowning was averted at the same time when Sue Merri man Red Cross instructor and an onlooker rescued Linda King and Hanlontown as she was loundering near the Brunsvold boy A buddy system check only minutes before had placed each member of the swimming class with another child for safe Vain Effort Dick Searcello Chapin who nad been sitting in a car watching the children swim saw the Bruns vold boy go under and dived into the water fully clothed He contin ued to dive near the spot in a vain effort to save the boy Meanwhile confusion over whether or not tha boy had left the water and re turned to the bus delayed rescua efforts As soon as it was determined that the boy was still in the wa ter the ten instructors present chainwalked the area in an attempt to locate him Six boats then began dragging and the body was located at 11 a just 45 minutes after he had been seen to go under Attempts at artificial respiration failed The Brunsvold boy was one of a roup of 66 Hanlontown children vho were enrolled in the course The group was sponsored by the School Mothers Club and had een coming to Clear Lake for two swimming lessons a week The course is of six weeks dura tion Near Dock The Brunsvold boy was first seen to go under about 10 feet away from the south side of Red Cross dock According to the Clear Lake life guard the bottom slopes gradually to a depth of three feet up to this point and then suddenly drops away to a depth of about six feet The boy apparently had walked beyond this point He was unable to swim The Red Cross class was sched uled for instruction from to According to Miss nvui 10 iYllss sight was spent among the Merriman she was testing Qoundmg waves of a nearby seaividually some children in the fits The lowered retirement age for women also is a trailbreaking provision It marks the first time that the age 65 retirement dead line has been broken since Social JSecurity started in 1935 hore All About X JJ U U 1 The Weather j fcfci t HI JLOltlJ I A wife retiring at 62 would get Mason Partly cloudy with 75 per cent of her age 65 benefit working woman doing the same jwould get 80 per cent For each I month beyond 62 that they delay retirement they would get an in jcreased benefit on a graduated scale Tax Boost The Senate bill provides for aj half per cent tax boost split be jtween the employer and jThis is to finance the disability program The House bill has a 1 per cent tax hike also split equally to pay for disability and the full retire ment benefits at age 62 for all women under that measure Another provision of the bill substantially the same in both versions would extend Social Se curity coverage to an additional persons mostly profes sionals Included would be lawyers dentists and smaller numbers of chiroprac MISS IOWA HONORED Carol Morris right MSf contest at Long Beach u f Tliesclay won the title of most girl also was selected as one of the 16 semifinalists m the overall judging With her is Marim Gcrmany who was rated as Lhe tors veterinarians and optometrists naturopaths CONVENTION KEYNOTER HOLLYWOOD UP Crooner Frank Sinatra ac cepted an invitation to sing the national anthem at the opening of the Democratic National Con vention in Chicago Aug 13 class w h o had not learned to swim When the Kingland girl was rescued she reported to in structors that she was alone The drowning is the first of year for Clear Lake Deputy Cor oner Frederick B Shaffer said no inquest would be held occasional showers and thunder Larry is survived by his par storms through Thursday Low tents Mr and Mrs Arnold Bruns Wednesday night 5862 High void two sisters Patricia 10 and Thursday 7883 Marilyn 1 and a brother T n v i s 1 Considerable cloudiness with scattered showers and thunderstorms Wednesday night Thursday generally fair with slowly rising tempera tures high 8592 Low Wednes day night in 60s Fiveday Iowa Temperatures Wednesday night through next Monday will average 7 to 9 de grees below normal with little daytoday change N o r m a 1 highs 88 north to 90 south Nor mal lows 62 north to 65 south Rainfall will average onethird to onehalf inch occurring as scatte red thundershowers mostly in the first half of the period Showers warm GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Wednesday Maximum Tuesday Minimum Tuesday night At 8 a m Wednesday Precipitation 85 54 67 22 YEAR AfcO Maximum Minimum S3 S3   

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