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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 21, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Horns Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10WANS NEIGHBOR S Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 21 19S7 dsR This Paper Consists Two One 367 m fG ardT Rinardto Assist Loveless Mason Cityan Named Aide IOWA CITY of Park Rmard Mason City build ing contractor as a second ad ministrative assistant was dis closed here Saturday by Gov Herschel Loveless Rinard will begin his duties Monday with the Governor and Robert H Johnson who will con tinue as an administrative as sistant Hetp With Load The Governor here for the state Izaak Walton League meet ing said Rinard would relieve Johnson of some of the tatters administrative burdens Rinard 45 has spent most of his life in Mason City and Clear Lake He attended Mason City elementary schools and Mason City and Clear Lake high schools After a year in Mason City Jun ior College he went to the Univer sity of Iowa He holds both bache lor of arts and master of arts degrees from SUI While at the university Rinard became acquainted with the late Grant Wood internationally fam ous Iowa arlisl He was the art ists secretary and wrote a bio graphy of him Navy Veteran He enlisted in the Navy dur ing World War II and was dis charged with the rank of lieu tenant commander Since the war he has been a building con tractor in Mason City He is now secretarytreasurer of the R and E Construction Co Rinard is a member of the Church a past president of the North Iowa Builders Exchange vice presi dent of the Home Builders Assn a board member of the county Red Cross chapter and a mem ber of Rotary Club the Amer ican Legion Elks Moose the United Commercial Travelers and the University of Iowa Alumni Assn He is a member of the Cerro Gordo County Democratic cen tral committee and was active in Gov Loveless campaign last c year three children will continue to make their home at 937 4th SJE t the AP Wirephoto Mason of England to collect rfn e reaceS OVCT to Collect his plowing championship reward from the Queen of the Furrow e uee in the contest at Peebles Ohio but he Ann Lane Delta Ohio nearly got squeezed out of the postcon More Rain sorted Over Iowa Mason City Boys Spend Night in JDes Moines JaiJ He and Mrs Rinard and their Bf inch Williamsburg ree childrn w and DBS Mason City youths spgnt the night in ail here Friday night when showers cancelled their plans of Burlington got 144 inches of sleePn9 under the stars The youths Torn OFallon Ron Hayes Herb Ohrt Jr and Ed Wicks took in the Mason CityNorth Des Moines football game and had planned to sleep on a friends Jawn during tha night Each had taken a sleep ing bag to Des Moines However officers said rain forced them to find a lodging for the night and the youths asked police if they could spend the night in jail NO VERDICT YET HOLLYWOOD UP Deliber ations in the Confidential maga zine criminal libel trial extended ram from the showers that moved into Iowa Friday and continued n the central and east portions of the state Saturday Mason City picked up 24 of an inch during a brisk downpour in the late evening hours rainfall o u n t s in 81 Cedar North English 60 Davenport 58 Garwin 41 Lamoni 36 Buckeye 34 Waterloo 29 Council Bluffs 27 Des Moines 24 Dubuque 21 Spencer 20 Sioux City 17 and Ottumwa 16 of an inch Sarasin to e Premier of Thailand BANGKOK UP Thailand National Assembly Saturday 0 aimuuiimt unanimously approved Pote Sarhis decision to remove the troops kbu in u ju ui all ivvvllViCU Temperatures were expected to a weekend exam to mation with no verdict in PARK RINARD The Weather Mason City Clear to partly cloudy a little cooler Saturday night low 4247 Little tempera ture change Sunday high mid dle 60s fcwa Considerable cloudiness Saturday night occasional rain or drizzle extreme east Cooler southeast Saturday night low 45 northwest to 55 southeast Sunday partly cloudy warmer southeast Minnesota Mostly cloudy con tinued cool GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Saturday Maximum Friday 54 Minimum Friday night 48 At 8 am Saturday 50 Precipitation 24 Inch YEAR AGO Maximum 60 Minimum 44 be in the upper 50s and lower 60s iaround thestate Saturday Sun day will be partly cloudy and somewhat warmer Highs Friday ranged from 50 at Spencer to 67 at Burlington Spencer had the state low of 45 Friday night as lows ranged up to 64 at Davenport Mason Citys high was 54 and the low was 48 Tots Are Victims of 2Car Crash MONTPELIER came to two ganization He succeeds Field Marshal Pi bul Songgram who was over thrown earlier this week Sarit Thanarat commander in mer minister of defense A royal decree from O U IftiiLtl noverdict in sight stand and its ties with SEATO Faubus Obeys Court Order Governor to File Appeal LITTLE ROCK Ark Orval Faubus in a lightning move withdrew the National Guard from Central High School Friday night and President Eisenhower Saturday called it a necessary step in the right direction Faubus action came shortly after issuance of a federal in junction commanding him to cease using troops to block school integration His attorneys immediately began exploring various avenues of legal appeal As long as this order is in effect and until its certain re versal onappeal 1 will comply Faubus said Necessary Step Eisenhower commenting at Newport RI on the develop ment in the Little Rock integra tion dispute said The action by the governor of Arkansas in withdrawing the de tachment of Arkansas National Guard from the Little Rock High school is a necessary step in the right direction I am confident that the citi zens of Little Rock and the state of Arkansas will welcome this op portunity to demonstrate that in their city and in their state proper order of a United States court will be executed promptly and without disorder Rep Brooks Hays DArk who arranged last Saturdays Newport meeting between Eisen hower and Faubus was enroute to Little Rock from Oklahoma City to appraise the situation and report to the President The governor in announcing UMfcJ1J L wit tu iciuuvii me IrOQDS e asin to be the nations new prime from the high school added with composers for more than half a minister He is secretary general jutjawed determination that he cenluly of the Southeast Asia Treaty Orwill appeal the federal injunc tion TV Program Faubus made the statement in mrown earlier this week in a maue me statement in Ql aa L11C 1JI11 r in bloodless coup led by Marshal an aPPearance on a Little Rock Iandia written as part of a suite Sarir Thanarat television nropram EVirfaw azound the turn of the centurv television program Friday night cuimiiiiuuer in j iiuay uigm chief of Thailands army and while the troops were pulling was so movim3 in choral ren mer ministe out ditions that it was banned by the KING OLAV V Title KING HAAKON VII at 85 Norway s King Haakon Is Dead OSLO Norway UP King Haakon VII of Norway an old sailor who rode out the storms of invasion to reign for more than half a century died early Saturday in the royal palace He was 85 and the worlds oldest reigning monarch The king had been growing weaker in his fight against a cir culatory ailment Death came shortly after heart trouble developed Crown Prince Olav regent of the realm since his father broke a thigh bone in a fall in 1955 immediately became the new Olav V There will be no coronation Norways constitution provided tha was to be the last king formally crowned in coronation Composer Jean Sibelius Dies at 91 HELSINKI Ml Jean Sibelius Finlands world famous com poser died Friday Sibelius was 91yearsold He had been among the great As an artist he tried to shun politics but one of his works best known to the Western world in volved him in politics That was the tone poem Fin A royal decree from King Less than an hour later a few overlorls of Fin Phumiphon Adundet appointing state troopers and one automobile considered ft a me Sarasin to the post was expected carrying two Little Rock police incifement to rioting this afternoon men wpm i An announcement from Sibel men were parked beside the An announcement from Sibel ius home Ainola outside Hel The selection of Sarasin under school But the officers said theyiiuS home Ainola outside Hel scored Thailands pro Western were not ordered there Just S lhe suffered StanH anr itc Jior nitv CfATo h arm a narl an attack of Cerebral hpinnrr Jaycees From 8 States Conduct Institute Here Jaycees from eight midwestern states registered Saturday at Ho tel Hanford as the annual Seven States Institute of the Junior Chamber of Commerce Bob Belts president of the Ma son City Jyacees said thc num iber of officers and the chairmen came 10 uvo soulncasl Imva fami t ue lies late Friday when two SS ffi M T M the People lhe world have children were killed in I col On much the S3me aspira nf frc msiuuie Jaycees from the states lions for ncaro Kail rf has been a national project of the Jaycees for several years No community has the right to say it has done all it can unless it has an organization for a frontal attack on the problem thc highway pioneer de clared No oblique approach is adequate he emphasized People the world over have of eirs driven hv t fiKuie laycecs trom the states tendance A delegation from Illi nois also registered A forum for local and state of ficers and state committee chair men was held Saturday morning to give the attending delegates ideas for more effective Jaycee in lhe coming year An other forum was held Saturday morning which dealt with Jaycee The dead are Sue Ann Wohlers 3 daughter of Mr and Mrs Arthur Wohlers Jr who live nearthe scene of the crash William Allen Haynes IVa son of Mr and Mrs William A Haynes of Kcosauqua Mrs Wohlers her sons Rich ard 1 aid Arthur 5 and Mrs Haynes are in a Davenport hos pital They were reported in satj isfactory condition COLD RECORD SET WASHINGTON UP lions for peace Hall said in dis cussing international relations Wars are made by rulers and not by the people Organizations like the junior chamber are important in help ing people to know each other They also can help to make the United Nations stronger Allan Whitficld Des Moines attorney and past president of the National Jaycees was sched uled to be the main speaker Salurday evening at a banquet Hotel Hanford Bob Clark Moines state Jaycee presi balurday afternoon the deledent was to be master of cere gates attended forums which inmonies eluded religious and Christmas ivavys South Pole station has ported the temperature dropped The activities agricultural interna relations and membership national Jaycee vice presi to a record low of 1021 decrees ccrits the forums althc WEarl HailGlobeGazette cdi spoke to the delegates a Wives and children of the Jay cees attending were treated to the institute a fall fashion show Saturday afternoon in the FlamingOJRoomHotel Hanford A luncheon preceded the fashion e Moderating lhe program happened to stop by they said people ft attack of p was ceremonies ia Norway Olav submitted a state ment to a special cabinet meet ing saying he had succeeded hi father I promise and swear will rule the monarchy of Noi way in agreement with its consli tution the statement said The 54yearold Olav must re peat the oath orally after a Parliament is convened in Janu ary Now Crown Prince Olavs son Prince Harald re eeived the title of crown prince upon his fathers automatic as cension to the throne King Haakon a stalely 6foo 3inch former Danish prince had Conrm was answered by B been in frail health for some who said that Cox had time Early this week his doctors announced he was suffering from the circulatory ailment and ex pressed fears for his life A medical bulletin said the slept king who had been receiving in iravcnous feeding because of a throat catarrh condition slepl soundly until a few minutes be fore his death A palace announcement said uneral services will be held Tues day Oct 1 No other details con ere Contract for Road The Cerro Gordo County board of supervisors was told Friday by Assistant Atty Gen Chester J jyman that proper procedure in ompleting the RockwellSwale dale road blacktopping will be to let a contract for the work That would have to be done next spring according to R E Merrill Ames State Highway Commission secondary roads engineer Earlier in an afternoon nieet ng between commission and county officials C E Cox Ma son City assistant district engi neer outlined a program or preservation of the road through winter Legal Opinions County Atty William Pappas confered individually with each supervisor after engineering and legal opinions were presented He then reported that all were will ing to follow the recommenda tions Supervisor J C Dickinson Route 4 Mason City asked if it would not be possible to complete the first two miles from the west this year Cox had stated that section of the road was in fairly good shape Merrill replied that Sept 15 was the latest date for beginning of the actual surfacing of the base with Sept 30 and absolute dead line for all work Asphalt is moody in cool weather he said Poses Question At the end of the hearing a spectator James Conrin asked why Cox didnt have the work stopped within the first mile or two instead of waiting until work was so far along He said the action appeared to be an at tempt to belittle our supervisors Conrin was answered by Mer no authority to stop the work and that all the highway commission could do was contact the Attor ney General when it appeared definite that law was being vio lated Cox was aware of what was being done Merrill said Ac tion was not taken until priming was being done Further Talks Conrin and Ross Hansen both Vom the area in which the road s being built stayed to talk Monday morning when classes resume at Central High School and the question of whether the Negroes will try to enter The Negro students say they dont know Their attorney Wiley Branton said I wouldnt want to say just yet what we will do The Little Rock school board earlier had informed the Negroes I they may start attending Central school at their pleasure So in a single almost incred ible day the whole character of the Little Rock story has changed from what seemed an iron dead lock to a very fluid situation Finland He began composing at the age of 10 After a fling at legal studies he dedicated his life to music The composer will be given a state funeral but no date has been fixed by the family Sur vivors include his wife Aino 89 and five daughters Action Expected injunction was ex Davics issued thc against Faubus That pected But Faubus next action was less foreseen Three hours after the judge granted the governments peti tion for an order to restrain Fau bus the governor sent word to the corporals guard of soldiers still on duty at the high school While Faubus was in a Little Rock television studio ready to explain his position the guards men quietly clambered into jeeps and trucks and pulled away For the first time in 18 days Park Avenue which runs in front of the big archshaped school was empty of soldiers and Born in 1872 Haakon born near Copenhagen Aug 3 1872 was the son of King Frederick VIII and Queen Louise of Denmark As Prince Carl he was a 24yearold Danish naval officer when Norway invited him to become its first modern mon arch Although he had never aspired to be a king he agreed to accept if the Norwegians voted for a monarchy In the referendum in 1906 259563 voters favored a mon archy and 6D264 opposed it The new king adopled an an cient Norwegian name designat ing himself Haakon VII His in fanl son then Prince Alexander JEAN SIBELIUS curious bystanders No crouds No cars gathered SAME DAT with uie oniciais Lyman adjourned l ii c meeting saying its purpose was not for further argument about the mat ter After the hearing Conrin told highway commission officials that roads which had commission approval did not always appear to be of high quality At one time lie said there were 61 holes in the Highway 107 surface between thc Swalcdale road and Clear Lake Another spectator was Elmer Ltiscomb who will succeed Rob was renamed Olav Respectful of the democratic constitution Haakon moved quiet ly in the background He provided unobstrusive leadership at cabi net sessions and handled his cere monial duties with courtliness and dignity Burglary Suspects Held at Des Moines Two m here Saturday on bin as a supervisor at the end of this year He look no part in the discussion Also at the meeting was E R Boyle Clear Lake lawyer Cahill said Boyle was representing the supervisors as individuals Boyle marie notes but did not take part in the discussion Figures Questioned Supervisors Saturday ques M Mu tioned blacktopping deadline fig ures as presented by Merrill They pointed out thai a black lopping job in Hancock County el at Ames is to be started late nirc irnivTrc m this month completed in late Dhi MOIiNES Two men October were held here Saturday on No highway commission offi harges of burglarizing thc safe cials were available to comment at the Pioneer Lumber Co of Deson comparison between the Cerro Moines m which police said S400 Gordo and Hancock programs was taken last July The men are Thc Cerro Gordo project by the Jack Roy Ross 22 Bcthanyjcounty was stopped after Attv Mo James Howard AnderGen Norman A Erbe told cotm RlOIwCS officiils that violated Iowa Del Chief Robert E OBricnjlaw and that furthcuiiorkwonW s aid Ross admitted nine ctheiisubject them o liabilily on their biirslancs in Iowa including oncbonds The county began the said Ross admitted nine after svipoTvisTrTTelccted which netted them jbids for the project   

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