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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 4, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowos Doily Newspaper Edited lor T H I NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10 WANS N I I 6 H O 1 S HOME EDITION VOL H AMOcUted Prate u4 United Pran bUrMttou Fun LMM ft Cow MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY AUGUST 4 Paper CwuUtt Twe Hi Girl Crowned Miss Iowa of 1958 One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLU USM WOI AJBCS WTAD Cwteejr pm pm pm Tkurtdty WSUL U Cltj pm Tito and the Kremlin COURAGEOUS V or just plain foolhardy Thats a question the world is asking at this time concerning Yugoslavias Tito The next few months may bring an answer to the question Again it may take several years Tito calls himself President but in all the world at this mo ment there is nobody who quali fies more completely for classifi cation as a dictator Nobody in Yugoslavia is challenging his au thority The same cannot as yet be said of Khrushchev Molotov and Zhukov are still alive you know It was back in 1948 that Tito had his split with Stalin and the Russiandominated satellite na tions It looked like short shrift for him at the time And it would havebeen just that except for America coming to Titos finan cial and economic aid For six years until his death four years ago Tito was a thorn in Stalins flesh Stalin didevery thing he could to make life tough for Tito and he set his satellite peoples up to all manner of mischief against Yugoslavia But somehow Tito weathered tile storm H TH ESITUATION neyer miiteMerhergerir enoughin Stalins view to send troops into Yugo slavia to dealwith ah upstart rival There were two discour agers to this coursesjpfaction Yugoslavia had a sizable and welltrained army Secondly there was no certainty about what United States and Western Europe might do about such an aggression r Following Stalins death rela tions between recalcitrant Yugo slavia and Mother Russia re mained unchanged Then Nikita Khrushchev came along His dis avowal and repudiation of every thing Stalinist extended to Tito and Yugoslavia Khrushchev ex tended the olive branch Wangling an invitation for him self and Bulganin Khrushchev went to Belgrade and in his toasts he became almost lyrical in his expressions of undying friend ship Under the new dispensation in the Kremlin he promised it would be safe for Communists not to see eye to eye on all things Not so long after that vodka inspired conference some other satellites began getting ideas Hadnt Khrushchev himself slated that Marxism admits of differ ences Poland Czechoslovakia and Hungary all began to show signs of taking him at his word THEN CAME the uprising in Hungary which saw students and workers reared in Communism manning the barricades against their Communist oppressors In a few short days the Kremlin as sumption that a youth trained in Marxism would never deviate or defect went down the drain The other side of Communisms counterfeit coin revealed itself It was during these tempestu ous days that Khrushchev be gan revising his attitude toward Tito Imre Nagy the Hungarian chief sought and was given haven in the Yugoslav embassy a Budapest That brought charges that Tito had connived with Nagy The Ma ton City Occasional showers dr thunderstorms likely through Tuesdaylow Monday night md60s high Tuesday near 96 Partly cloudy Monday night and Tuesday scattered showers and thunderstorms north Mon day night arid over the state Tuesday Low Monday night 65 75 Cooler Tuesday Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average near normal Mon day night through Saturday Normal highs mid 80s Normal lows in lower 60s Moderate temperatures until turning cool er latter partof week Rain fall will average onehalf inch to one inch occurring mostly Tuesday or Wednesday and again Friday or Saturday Minnesota Showers locally cooler High Tuesday 7585 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Monday Water Toll 8 Woden Youth Victims Maximum Minimum At 8 am YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 93 64 74 82 54 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Sunday Maximum 87 Minimum 64 A rash of of them out of the lives of eight lowaris Sunday as thou sands flocked to swimming areas to escape the heat Ho ward J Brady 23 son of Mr and Mrs James Brady Woden drowned Sunday night in a gravel pit on the farm ofott Larson two and a half miles northeast of Crystal Lake According to HancockCo Cor oner Kenneth Boughton Britt Brady was swimming with a group of young people when he apparently suffered cramps and went down in about 30 feet of ter The body was recovered 15 minutes later by Dennis Gerdes Woden who dived for it Artifi cial respiration was administered but he was pronounced dead by an attending physician who was called from town He was born July 23 1935 at Thompson He was a graduate of the Woden High School He is survived by his parents a broth er Roger serving in Japan with the US Navy and a sister Maryat home He was a mem ber of the Sacred Heart Catholic Church Woden Funeral rites are pending at the Boughton Funeral Home Britt Mrs Jack Silkett 27 and Pat ty Fox 13 Jbpth of Red Oak drowned in theslatesnew Vik ing Lake three miles southeast of Stanton The two had been swimming together a n d both drowned in about five feet of water 30 feet offshore They Coed Acclaimed Brown Church Homecoming Draws 2000 NASHUA The Little Brown Church in the Vale Sunday at tracted more than 2000 guests including 281 coupleswho were married there to its annual homecoming celebration The highlight of the homecom ing was the repeating of mar riage vows by the couples who were married in the little brown wooden church near here During the past five years more than 4000 have returned to take part in the reunion which also includes a picnic Mr and Mrs Lorenz Godderz Charles City received a memento as the returning couple married the longest The two were wed in the little church in 1919 The couple which camethe longest distance to attend the cel ebration was Mr and Mrs Nor man R Beckwith Portland Ore The Rev Glenn L Utterback the 27th minister at the church also honored the returning couple which had been married the shortest time Mr and Mrs Henry Ewoldt Algona were married July 24 recovered Ewoldt 70 a retired farmer met Roger Young his wife the former Pearl A drowned at Lake Fawcett 65 when they both were on a sightseeing tour at the Little Jrown Church two years ago The reunion has been held every year on the first Sunday of August at the Church made fam ous by a song written by Dr Wil iam S Pitt Last year marked he 100th anniversary of the writ ng of the song Ike Vetoes Money Bill WASHINGTON WJ President Eisenhower Monday vetoed a bill carrying billion dollars for17 federal agencies He said over 500 million dollars for the Civi Service retirement fund was not needed BEAUTY CROWNED Miss Iowa of 1958 JoAnne Lucille MacDonald Amesis crowned by Iowa Gov Herscher Loveless after being named Sunday night at Clear Lake to represent the state in the Miss Ameiica Pageant Standing by is the retiring beauty queen Carol Lynn Fleck Oskaloosa 6DAY RUN COMMENCES TUESDAY E nines Arriving for Fair were the first drownings in the lake A 12yearold Cedar area farm girl Susan H Beaver drowned in the Edmundsen Park swim ming pool at Oskaloosa Authori ties said the girls body was dis covered Sunday night near a drain in the pool And Alfons Klein Jr 17 Ear ling became the first drowning victim of the season in Lake West Okoboji Authorities said his boat was swamped by waves from a passing power boat Five others in the boat were rescued Tommy McCabe 18 Sioux City drowned in the Missouri River near Newcastle Neb while swimming with four companions His body was not immediately Activities at t h e North Iowa Fairgrounds reached a fever pitch Monday as final prepara tions for the fairs Tuesday open ingwere being completed The sounds of hammer and could he heard from every corner of the grounds as car penters put the finishing touches in counterrevolutionary activi ties Nagy was seized by the Rus sians on leaving the Yugoslav em bassy after the uprising had been suppressed This breached the safeconduct guarantee negotiated for him by the Yugoslavs with the Hungarian government of Janos Kadar the new Kremlin puppet And his subsequent murder vio lated promises to Tito that Nagy would not be harmed AT LAST MONTHS conference of satellites in East Germany Khrushchev repudiated his Bel grade sweet talk of a few months before He assailed Tito and de fended Stalin Some of the satcl lite spokesmen talked even tough er One of them East Germany Walter Ulbricht warned Tito tha What happened to the Nagy gov CONTINUfD ON PAGI 2 39 Keokuk Argyle near Colchester 111 when he appar ently tripped on a rope in his boat and fell into the water The baby son of Mr and Mrs Charles Willming of Marion drowned Sunday in the Cedar River near Palisades Kepler StatePark The child 11month In returning the bill to Con gress Eisenhower said he was doing so Because of my strong convic tion that Congress should recon sider its action appropriating over h a 1 f a billion dollars not presently needed in the civil service retirement and disability fund There is no sound justification old Mark Willming fell from a power boat driven by his uncle Richard Ztnacheck Lisbon John Daywitt 18 Civil Air Pa trol cadet from Cedar Rapids who has been in Canada this summer under the CAP foreign exchange program drowned in a canoeing accident near Hunts ville Onl Saturday New Hampton Youth Critically Injured in Diving Accident NEW Fork enbrock 17 son of Dr and Mrs E B Forkenbrock is in critical condition at aRochester Minn hospital following a swimming ac cident Sunday afternoon He was swimming with four other boys in a rock quarry four miles northeast of town The boys were diving from a height of Two lowdns Die in Road Crashes By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Two teenagers were killed in separate auto accidents in Iowa Sunday Richard R Wilson 18 of near Walnut was killed in the collision of his car and atruck on U S 6eastof Atlantic He was alone The truck driver Wayne Putnam 28 Salt Lake City was not hurt Floyd B Rodman 19 Sioux City was killed and three others injured when their car overturnec on a county roadnorth of Sioux City The driver Dennis Smith 21 Westfield was not injured FREIGHT DERAILS IRWIN broken journal is believed to have caused the de raiiment of 19 cars of a Chicago Great Western freight train five miles northeast of here Sunday on exhibit stalls eating stands and livestock pens i License plates from almost every North Iowa county plus others from Southern Minnesota and several surrounding states could be see n on cars parked around the grounds One of the first entries in the open dairy class to occupy his stall was Carl E Kehret Austin Minn An other Minnesota resident Wayne Knutsoh Owatonna was another early arrivalin the dairy class THE FIRST ENTRY in the dis trict 4H swine class to arrive was from the Solberg Stock Iowa Youth Victim of Rifle Accident Noggle 12 was fatally shot Sunday when a 22caliber rifle his brother was carrying accidentally discharged The two boys Larry and his brother Jacob 14 were riding on a tractor on the George Boehm farm near this Clayton County community Larry was driving and Jacob was riding on the back holding the rifle which he had been using to hunt small game The gun accidentally weni off killing Larry instantly with a shot in the back arms near Cylinder Roger Stover Marble Rock Loren and Douglas Bitker Clear Lake and Bryan Wessner Ventura are all 4H members who had their baby beeves in their stalls Monday morning In the open beef division three of the outstanding breeders in he state were first to occupy heir stalls Westhaven Place Denispn and the Curran Stock Farm and Dan McArthur both of Mason City all had their en tries present Monday morning The first portion of the fair to arrive was a 4S foot van carrying three of the most famous horses in the coun try Gene Autrys horse Champion along with Champ Jr and Pixie the horse ridden by Tagg Oakley SAME death 94 whatever for adding unnecessar ily over half a billion dollars to a deficit which may reach 12 bil lion dollars this fiscal year It was Eisenhowers first veto of an appropriations bill since he took office in 1953 About five billion dollars of the in the bill are ear marked for the Veterans Ad ministration The measure is known as fices Bill the Independent Of about 20 feet The water in the quarry is estimated to be 20 feet deep at the deepest part It is thought the youth struck a par tially submerged sandbar Forkenbrock was removed from the water by the other four boys taken to St Joseph Mercy Hos pital here and then rushed to Rochester He received a broken neck and is reportedly paralyzed from the neck down He is a 1958 graduate of New Hamplon High School CHAMP LITTLE CHAMP Gene Au tiys famous horses Champion and Champ Jr get plenty of fond attention from John Lynches son of Mr and Mrs James Lynch and Billy Cordle T 13 son of Mr and Mrs Ted Cordle The ponies arrived in Mason City in advance of Autrys opening day performances at the North Iowa Fair n the Annie Oakley TV show ame In Sunday afternoon after 2V6day ride from California ALSO ARRIVING Sunday was immy Hawkins better known o TV watchers as Tagg Oakley ho is making his first appear By DAVE DALE GlobeGazette Staff Writer CLEAR LAKE A greeneyed charmer from Ames JoAnne Lu cille MacDonald could awake brightly Monday morning with no cause at all for green eyes She could confidently ask her mirror Who is fairest of them all and hear You Miss Iowa of 1958V Sunday night belonged to her She had outcharmed and outpret tied 23 of Iowas fairest and been named to represent her state in the Miss America Pageant Sept 17 at Atlantic City NJ JoAnnes coronation by Gov Herschel Loveless before a crowd of 1500 at the Surf Ballroom cli maxed a threeday Governors Days celebration Right behind the 20yearold Iowa State College coed a 110 pound 5 foot 4 inch brownette were another brownette and a blonde Picked first runnerup by the judges was Miss Marshall town Janice Ilene Hansen while second runnerup was Miss De corah Marilyn Jean Ulven THE OTHER TWO finalists n the balloting were Miss Iowa Falls Demse Andre Dreier and M i s i Leeds Jacqueline Kay Kent The new Miss gives her measurements as 352335 is a daughter of Air Force Col and MrstJ C MacDonald Although the familys legalresidenceis Ames and JoAnne pays resident tuition at ISC her father is sta nce as part of the Gene Aulry how that will be at the fair for ix shows Tuesday and Wednes ay The North Iowa Fair is the rst stop on the summer tour for he Autry show Bill Baucom dvance publicity man for Au ry says that thus far the show as 23 fairs and rodeos sched led through October One of he features of the show will be when young Hawkins puts Pixie tirough a comedy routine JUDGING IN the various live lock classes gets under way Tuesday morning The first di vision to be judged will be the agricultural division of the gar len and home arts class at am Paul Henderson Garner will be the judge Entertainment for the first lays activities will be furnished y 20th Century Shows featuring a CarnivalKiddie Land for all he youngsters The Gene Au ry Show will be presented Tues day at 2 6 and 8 pm Mercury Tops 90 in Mason City for First Time Ninetyish weather was a ong time in coming to North Iowa this year but come it did Sunday Mason City had its first read ing of 90 degrees or above when the mercury shot up to 93 at mid afternoon Sunday The previous high for the season was 89 re ported on July 1 and 2 Sioux City had Iowas high on Sunday degrees A storm center was moving to ward Iowa from Canada The Weather Bureau said it would bring thunderstorms in northern Iowa Monday night and across the state Tuesday Cooler weather will follow Bulletin DES MOINES f Tht Iowa Burtau said in a special bulletin Monday that scattered savare thunderstorms with hail and locally damaging winds wert expected from 3 p m to 10 pm Monday in area north of a line from Sioux to Hancock i turned at Shalimar Fla Miss MacDonalds mother was on hand as chaperone to witness her triumph but her father said JoAnne was in Florida and probably skindiving Sunday night She planned a surprise telephone call for him when some of the initial excitement wore off Chosen Miss Congenially by the contestants was a beaming Miss Iowa Jane lyn Flint Miss Flint as did the new beauty queen and fier two fun nersup received a trophy To the new Miss Iowa also goes a college scholarship and a host of other gifts and of course the expensepaid journey to At lantic City The nirinersup re ceived scholarships ani other gifts MISS MacDONALD proving shes as sharp as she is charm ing easily handled the three questions asked each of the five finalists Her mother said later that JoAnne wholl be a junior at ISC in the fall has an A minus scholastic average while concentrating in psychology To the query about your most embarrassing moment Miss MacDonald responded with a frank answer that drew howls at delight and applause from the huge crowd It seems that Jo Anne a cheerleader in high school once returned to her lock er after a pep rally and found her tights lying on the locker room floor ll was almost ready to spank her when she came out with that story her mother laughed later She indicated though that all was forgiven JOANNE WHO classifies herv self as an outdoor girl said sbfe loves to swim waterski arid skindive and is currently taking flying lessons Shes a member of Chi Omega sorority at ISC and is presently unattached she said A certain Navy ensign sta tioned at San Diego rates how ever as a special interest she added The new Miss Iowa has a sis ter Pat 19 married and living in Flint Mich Worn put she said from lack of sleep in the past week JoAnne had lost five pounds Like the rest of the lovelies competing for the beauty title she had been suffer ing from an overabundance of nerves With the wondering and worrying over though she was relaxed and radiant as she I   

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