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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 19, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited lot UM c HI NEWSPAPIR THAT MAKES AL N O R T H 0 W A N V M HOME EDITION E I G H I 0 ft VOL H 7e MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY AUGUST If Piper ConsfoU of Two Court D Discuss Highway ision Puts Faubus oh Spot Million Job OKd AMES of access control fencing on Iowas In terstate Highway System and beauty along all its primary roads occupied the Iowa Highway Com mission Tuesday The commission formally decid ed1 that itwould build arid main tain its own fencing along inter state routes Cost of the fencing for the ultimate 709 miles of inter stale work is estimated at 2Vi million dollars Commission Chairman Russell Lundy said the commission must provide the fencing for control of access and to provide highway safety THE POLICY will grant land owners the right toconnect crpss fences by special permit to the interstate fencing The landowner must assume full responsibility under the law for restraining live stock and paying costs of fencing on private property On primary roads it has been standing policy to pay the farmer for constructing fencing on right of way The question of highway beauty was raised by Willard Archie Shenandoah publisher who said he wanted to citi zens viewpoint Archie said it takes a long time to grow a tree arid Iowa high ways have m a n y barren stretches v commission does a fine job inmaintaining cover on its right of way If just add trees for beauty for roadside parks and as an aid to driving safety Archie said A R C HI E RECALLED that he was on the commission in the 1930s there was a time when federal law provided a cer tain percentage of funds for planting of trees Some of the work done in that era he said showsits results today The commission was preparing for a fullscale afternoon discus sion of a request for permission to move 10foot wide mobile homes on state highways for out ofstate sale Numerous commu nications pro and con were on file with the commission includ ing a resolution of the Des Moines City Council This resolution urged the com mission to give Mercury Coach Corp Des Moines the right to move such trailers Farm Bill Finally Approved Ike Likely to Sign It BACK FROM VACATION Everydne on Concord Aye Loves f he Connealy s Chairman Lundy had in his file for the fun of it on this question an editorial from WASHINGTON tfjThe Senate Monday night approveda con troversial farm bin expected to benefit cotton and rice interests this election year Themeasure now goes to the White House By a voice vote after brief de bate senators reversed their previous demands for a com promise effort with the House and accepted changes made there in a Senate bill THEYLL REIGN FOR A Day festivities at Britt With theking car Betty who has known such laurels be and queen is L M Brower right Han fore and Dennis Arizona Bill Henrick cock County sheriff who handled the son Cylinder a newcomer to the hobo crowning chores ranks reign over the 58th annual Hobo 20000 AT BRITT FETE By CHUCK WALK GlobeGazette Staff Writer king of the hoboes is Dennis Henrickson 531 a native ia jjcums jieiuiciiauii 03 a native of Cylinder who goes under the Benson Benson did however ir r 11 n fn A Y re tnl nrt vw tf alias of Arizona Bill Henrickson was crowned Tues day before an estimated 20000 visitors at the 58th annual Hobo Day held here end the following telegram to he Britt Commercial Club in are of the Britt News Tribune Elect Boxcar Betty for queen of Hoboes Elect a new king No The low an defeated Scoop Scotty wishes to all Shovel Scotty whostomped off the platform in disgust If youre going to elect a dirty old bum like that instead Klng Emeritus my Britt friends Best wishes rom Bowery News G a n g Signed BenHoboBenson Hobo of me well all right for you he exclaimed Scotty charged that Henrickson was not a genuine hobo but a farmer who came over to Britt the Mason City Globe Gazette queen of the hoboes over Alma which said a quick decision to Brown alias Albuquerque Al admit 10foot wide trailer houses Other candidates for king were on Iowa highways would not have King David Lord James Steam favor with the motoring public Because the decision will in volve an outlay running into the multiplied millions of dollars it should be made by the state Leg islature the editorial said This was with reference to the as sumption that 24foot pavement widths would be in the words of the editorial wholly inadequate for 10foot wide Supermarket Strike in St Paul Ends MINNEAPOLIS UPI sters Union officials said Tuesday settlement of a strike against St Paul food warehouses would have no effect on a twoweek strike lockout which has closed 68 super alter is a gentleman ic is a lawyer and has an auc tioneering degree BOB RUEN KGLOTV an acted as master of ceremonies for the election and the coronation following the Hobo Day parade Hancock County Sheriff L M Brower crowned the king and queen The reigning queen Boxcar Myrtle informed officials that markets here Chain groceries in St Paul opened their doors Monday when pickets withdrew from six ware houses following a wage settle ment between Warehousemens Local 503 and company officials The St Paul pact did not call for a costofliving clause the chief issue in the Minneapolis dispute Crash Near Gienwood Takes Womans Life GLENWOOD Raymond C Burt 32 Pacific Junction was killed early Tuesday when she lost control of the car she driving at a curve on U S 34 at southedge of Gienwood j Boxcar Betty was reelected Six Escape Flames at Stockport Tavern STOCKPORT ifi Fire early Tuesday destroyed the King Tav ern and Pool Hall and severely damaged the Bradfield Grocery Mr and Mrs Willard King anc their six children escaped safely from their apartment at the rear of the tavern but lost all their personal belongings in the blaze SAME mtans traffic death hi 24 hourl business would keep tier at her Burlington home to attend was the cing emeritus of the Hoboes Ben charge of the parade was Merle Jbmer About 3000 portions of Mulli gan stew were served to visitors at noon OTHER ACTIVITIES of t h e day included a midget baseball ame between the two teams of Britt allstars This was followed by a baseball game between Cor with and Kanawha Also present for the days ac ivities were Diane Bartik Britt Miss Hancock County and Judith Dean Corwith recently selected Queen of the Furrow at the North Iowa Fair An international flavor was added to the festivities by the presence of a movie company La Placid of Paris France Three French photographers and two American assistants are traveling across the U S doing a panorama of unusual events in this country Francois Reichen bach is the director His photog rapher Marcel Gregione said he js the personal photographer for Brigitte Bardot Among dignitaries attending the Hobo Day celebration were Neel Hill Webster City Demo cratic candidate for state secre tary of agriculture and Robert MAJOR PROVISIONS of the tic cutbacks in planting allow ances for cotton and rice farm ers next year remove planting controls from corn continue a wool subsidy program for three more years Secretary of Agriculture Ben son has indicated the President will approve t h e measure be cause it permits lower govern ment price supports on cotton rice corn and other livestock feed grains Farm belt opponents of Ben son in Congress reluctantly agreed to these features in or der to prevent drastic cutbacks in plantings of cotton and rice EXISTING LAW which gives the secretary of agriculture au thority to hold down i acreage Al lotments eligible for price sup ports on major crops also re quires support levels between 75 and 90 per cent of parity on cot ton corn and rice hew bill permits the mini mum or floor to drop to 65 per cent of parity Benson had asked and the Senate voted a lower 60 per cent minimum Along with the lower supports the bill prevents a cut in cotton acreage below 16million acres orin rice below the allotment of this year BARUCH IS 88 SARASOTA SPRINGS N Y UP Elder statesman Bernard M Baruch was 88 Tuesday KANSAS CITY Mo Mr and Mrs PhUip J Connealy and family returned from vacation Monday and what a hubbub Theyd been gone only two weeks visiting his parents and her mother up at Decatur Neb but almost everyone along the first block of Concord Ave west of Main St turned out to welcome them home By latest and inost reliable count there are 69 kids along this block All of them except babes in arms kept a noisy mobile lookout all day for the Connealy clan Many mothers and a few fathers watched too 5 pm the station wagon of accountant Connealy ai Vpeared and was quickly engulfed by 40 to 50 aUscreaming Connealy finally got the idea He was to drive around the block and come in the other way the way theyd been expected so they could see the banner flung across the street saying We Missed You AH A Hanging from the house was another Welcome Home Happy was a joke Beneath it caricatures of Mr and Mrs Connealy and their seven 14 Danj 12 Kathy 10 Kevin 9 John 7 Terry3 arid Tim 13 months The youngsters spilled two and three at a time out of the station wagon a welter of pillows1 blankets sacks of groceries and suitcases in two luggage racks on top The family with escort moved toward the front door and someone shoved a cold beer in Connealys hand the fiiss Everyone on Concord Avenue just loves the Connealys The Mason City Partly cloudy through Wednesday Some chance of a thundershower Tuesday evening Cooler Tuesr day night and WednesdayLow Tuesday night low 60s High Wednesday low 80s o w a Partly cloudy through Wednesday Cooler northwest turning cooler southeast Tues day night with scattered thun dershowers extreme southeast Low Tuesday night 55 north west to 65 southeast Cooler southeast Wednesday Minnesota Fair and cooIerT High Wednesday 7585 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum Minimum At 8 am YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 84 65 77 80 47 Says Cabbie Got Boys Ransom Cash WASHINGTON The for mer wife of Robert Barney Bak er swore Tuesday he once told ler that Joseph Costello St Louis axi line operator got the Green ease money whyhe tried to kill himself 1 may get killed for telling ilollie Baker divorced wife of Teamsters Union official Baker old the Senate Rackets Investi gatingCommittee THE COMMITTEE had hinted ast week that it might produce some sensational testimony about the that has never been recovered from the ran som paid in 1953 by the parentsvof young Bobby Greenlease Kan sas City Mo who was kidnaped LEAVE JORDAN AMMAN UPI Thirtyfour American dependents left Jordan Tuesday the U S Embassy has announced They departed as a result of the embassys warning that all wives and childrer should leave unless they h a c compelling reasons to stay Waggoner Fort Dodge Repub lican candidate for Congress from the 6th District men died and a woman was seriously injured in a two car headon collision Monday night on a gravel road seven miles northwest of here The dead were identified as James Arthur Froyen 21 Clar ion and Norris Loren Odland 28 a Clarion area farmer Odlands wife of two and one half months Nancy was taken to a Clarion hospital where she was reported in fair condition Authorities said Froyen was alone in his car They said both where the cars met Henrickson actually owns a quartersection of land at Cylin der Far from being a hobo he arms the land himself His son s a teacher at A d e 1 and his daughter a student at Drake Uni versity He began growing his beard 10 months ago for a centennial cele bration in his community Having won the beard growing contest he has hated to part with it This is the first time he has ever stopped off in Britt He saw signs advertising the Hobo Day as he drove through here last week and came to the celebration on a whim He entered the king contest on impulse and is sur prised to find himself the winner BOXCAR BETTY looked the picture of health as she rode in the forefront of the morning pa rade She informed this reporter that she fine after spending several months in a Florida hospital and is glad to be back in Brjtt defending tip title she won three years ago With a big black cigar tightly clamped between her teeth she wandered up and down the four block carnival midway soliciting votes for the election THE 125UNIT PARADE high lighted the mornings activities Featured were the Shrine Patrol Fairmont Minn the Marine Color Guard Des Moines the Postville Drum and Bugle Corps and the Thompson Drum and Bu gle Corps As usual the Hobo Band lead by John Surat led the parade More than in prizes awarded to floats in paradeOut standing float was entry of Farmers Coop Elevator Britt High School bands in parade were from Titonka Thompson Kanawha Crystal Lake Wesley I Woden Corwith INVOLVED IN FATAL evidence of General chairman of the Hobo Day is Cy Perkins Chairman in Die in Crash drivers apparently were blinded by a cloud of dust whipped up by a third car which passed Od land An unidentified motorist fol lowing Proyen said the dust was so thick that he did not realize there had been a crash until a tire from one of the cars in volved flew back hitting his ma chine Froyens car landed in a ditch 110 feet from the point of im pact and Odlands vehicle landec in an opposite ditch 74 feet fron Integration to Continue BT THE ASSOCIATED FKESS 1 The integration spotlight ceni tered Tuesday on Little Rock and Gov Orval E Faubus1 of Arkan sas justas it did almost year ago when violence erupted around Central High School But this time the immediate reason was a court decision not nine Negro pupils attempting to attend classes The 8lh U S Circuit Court of Appeals at St Louis Monday over ruled by 61 a district court and ordered resumption of integration at thetroubled high school Several Southern spokesmen described the ruling as a tragic and unhappy one and an indica tion that the court felt integra tion was more important than ed ucation But Judge Marion CMatthes of St Louis wrote in his major ity opinion that the time has not yet come in theseUnited States when an order of a federal court must be whittled away watered down or shamefully withdrawn in the face of violent and unlaw ful a c t s of individual citizens and slain Mrs Baker reeled off a of links between the underworld and Baker a top lieutenant of Teamsters Union President James R Hoffa At times she protested at hav ing to answer the questions shot DECFSIONiegally left the way open for Negroes to return to Central High Sept 2 but steps were being taken to prevent this The ruling upset a decision by Dist Judge Harry J Lemleys order fora delay in in tegration at Little Rocfc Gov Orval E Faubus called on the Rock School Board to let him and the people of Ar kansas know immediately what it intendsto do toresist theUS Circuit Court of Appeals decision Monday on integration The Governor handed reporters story a statement which said although the board has been ordered continue with its integration plans it has every right to resist the order by any and every legal iuau 11 me uodra at her by Robert F Kennedy did not declare itself action by the Governor and Legislature committee counsel IT WAS JOHN HAGER a taxi driver employed by Costellos Ace Cab Co who gave St Louis police the tip that led to the cap ture of Carl Austin Hall the kid napslayer of the sixyear old Greenlease boy Hall aqd his accomplice Bonnie Brown Heady were executed for the crime but the police never recovered half of the ransom Mrs Baker described her hus band as close to Costello arid said Baker told me Costello got the Greenlease money and that is why he tried to kill himself Sports Bulletin DAIREN Conn Johnstone Mason City Iowa defeated Terry Logan Essex Fells NJ 4 and 3 Tuesday in a second round match of the U S Womans Amateur golf championship Mueller Pholos Clarion the heavy impact with which they collided near Clarion lost their lives The Odland car is at left Froyens at are the cars in which Norris Odiand and James Froyen right means HE HINTED that if the board might be forthcoming School Supt Virgil Blossom said Monday the decision might be appealed to the U S Supreme Asked by reporters if he might caE out the National Guard again as he did last September Faubus said Im riot saying what I will do Sen Richard Russell DGa said he believed it would be fu tile to carry the ruling to the Supreme Court THIS PRESENT COURT has decided that integration is much more important than education despite the grim lesson of Little Rock he said Said Sen John L McClellan It is rather tragic that the Circuit Court of Appeals has wholly disregarded the welfare of both races and the will of the people in overruling the decision of the District Court Sen John Stcnnis DMiss de clared that if the Supreme Court upholds this decision it is unmistakably adopting a course of rule or ruin as applied to pub lic education in the South and it will result in rule or ruin Chief Judge Archibald K Gardner Huron SD was the only dissenter He said the school board had acted in good faitli and that Judge Lemleys de cision suspending integration had been based on realities and con ditions rather than theories Judge Martin D Van Ooster hout Orange City Iowa was one of the seven justices of the Circuit Court of Appeals who ruled on the Little Rork Arkt integration case NEW PAPER LE MARS The first new daily to be established in Iowa in nearly a quarter of a centurjr made its first appearance Mon day It is the LeMars Daily Sen tinal to be published four times weekly Monday through Thuri day afternoons   

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