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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 5, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited foe ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The Newspaper That Makes All North low arts Neighbors HOME EDITION VOL t7 Associated fnui United Pnti toternaUoaal Full WITM MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY MAY 5 7o a Paper Conslsli Two 171 Windstorms Rain Hit Much of Iowa Favorable Outlook for Jobs Students to Find Pretty Good Summer Selection From the GlobeGaxettes EDITORIAL RESEARCH BUREAU con flicting reports the summer job outlook for high school student and college undergraduates ap pears generally favorable An annual spring checkup showed most schools reporting a very poor prospect for sum mer jobs for undergraduates But after a more recent survey Secretary of Labor James P Mitchell predicts that employ ment opportunities will be avail able for high school students in many areas Mitchell bolster this with a rather surprising sta tistic more than three million boys and girls held jobs last summer despite sharply depressed labor market Of these nearly one million worked on farms THE BEST ADVICE for teen is 1 Start jobhunting early The early birds were prospect ing during the Easter layoff from 2 Be modest but dont be bashful Try every body starting with your rela tives your friends and their friends Then hit the local merchants 3 Dont overlook the U S Employment Service various other federal and state agencies National Park Serv ice jobs are fun but relatively to Lowpaying summer jobs are always More than organized summer camps re quire counselors They also take off the labor market some 5 million grade and high school or 11 per cent of the Other highly available openings are for playground su pervisors harvest workers highway workers food handlers THE MOST GLAMOROUS summer job to the average teen ager is something that will take him or her overseas Candidly this kind is also the toughest to get But various agencies will try to give you a hand The American Student Infor mation Service Jahnstrasse 56a Frankfurt am Main Ger many is a nonprofit outfit serving as a clearinghouse for students who want to work in Germany also Switzerland France England Portugal or Holland Another is the Inter national Association for the Ex Students for Technical Experience 1 E 67th New York 21 N Y found jobs abroad for 81 studentslast year Church groups are willing to help And the United States Stu dent Association 701 Seventh Avenue New York 36 publishes a pamphlet Work Study Travel listing poten tial sponsors Be forewarned Wages are low averaging around a month and usually youll have to pay your own fare both ways Food and quarters board and found usually go with the job AS FOR COLLEGE seniors emerging into t h e cold cold world to look for permanent jobs its too soon to be very definite according to the sur vey but the early spring outlook was better than pretty Defense industries recruit ing actively peacetime trades are slightly more receptive than last year Starling salaries are creeping up again to a month better than those of 1958 according to the University of Cincinnati As a final cheerful economic note The Wall Street Journal j reports that the stock market rise is bringing hordes of col lege seniors into Wall Street as job applicants Its not a bad area to mine last year N Y Stock Exchange member firms took on 550 recent grads to bring their total employment to a postwar record of J4 RULING WASHINGTON Hi The Su preme Court ruled 54 Monday that a health inspector may search your home without war rant Buildings on Farms East and South of Mason City Shattered During Night A wave of violent thunderstorms intensified by the first tornadoes of the year rolled across Iowa dur The wind Slashed rural areas in he Mason City Marshall town Ames Grinnell Audubon Story City Fort Dodge and Elliott vicinity No injuries were reported Violent winds lore dosvn a number of farm buildings south and cast of Mason City shortly before 1 The storm ripped path from southwest to northeast hitting first on the Gary SHE WENT THROUGH HERE The windstorm that lashed North Iowa took up a large plank lean ing against the house at a shattered corncrib and sent it like an arrow through a window on the Gary Beek farm southeast of Mason City Luckily no one was1 in its way Clarence Deardcuff a whats left of the shattered storm window CAN DEAL ONLY WITH NIKITA Beck farm in Bath Township Damage also was done on Ihe Keith Haight farm in Mason Township and the M L Olson and Victor Legler farms in Port land Township On the Gary Beck farm five miles southeast of Mason City the high winds blew a corncrib across a road and drove a board from lhc crib through a living room window of Ihe farm house BEEK SAID the storm struck about and shortly thereafter the boa r d came through the window scattering glass through three rooms of Die house Beck and his wife were in Ihe bedroom at Ihe lime and were uninjured This is the second lime in five years the crib has been blown down According Vr Beek the seven by 24 foot crib was cmp tied Thursday The farm is owned by Inez Winter DCS Moines and man aged by W R Wagner Masor City On the Haight farm the wind Iwisled a hoghouse on ils foutv dalion blew down a temporary corncrib and ripped metal roof ing off the bam On the M L Olson farm where Mr and Mrs Dale Fry are living the machine shed wa wrecked as well as one cornc of a cattle shed A STEEL CRIB was blown WASHINGTON Eisenhower said Tuesday a sum mit conference will be a fore gone conclusion if the foreign ministers conference opens the way to easing EastWest ten sions The President also told a news onference once again thai So viet Premier Nikita Khrushchev is the only man who can deal authoritatively for Russia Eisenhower was asked how much progress there would have to be al the Geneva foreign min isters conference bcgi n n i n g Monday to justify a later meet ing at the summit The President replied that he wasnt in a position to give a comments from Eisenhower on specific reply but does hope other matters for someprogress at Geneva Any development there which gives enlarged hope for dccreas in EastWesl tensions would mean Eisenhower said that a later summit session was a foregone conclusion The conference brought these United States cant Find Body of Negro in River BOGALUSA La jry of the waterbleached body of Mack Charles Parker of Pop larville lynch victim spurred Hie FBI lo fresh efforts Lo find his kidnapslayers But the Negros body offered few clues lo bolster the search after an FBI agent and a Mis iissippi highway patrolman dragged it from the receding waters of the Bogalusa Monday IT DID PIN down fate of Hie 23yearold Lumberton t r u c k driverwho had been charged wilh attacking a pregnant while woman Since his abduclion April 25 his violent death had been supposition and specula ion The FBI in Washington con irmcd fdentity of the J Sdgar Hoover FBI director lad ordered a special hunt for Parker and his lynchers The FBI agent and his com panion spelled the one arm and a shoulder above the water line in a drift three miles south of the PoplarvilleBoga usa bridge across the Pearl River SWIRLING currents lodged the bodys left foot in the fork of a tree The night raiders who dragged Parker from the Poplarville jail by his heels stripped Parker of all his clothes except an under shirt and a pair of shorts THE CORONER at Charity Hospital did not say how Parker died except lo re port a bad spot on the right side of the head No one attempted to estimate how long the body had been in the water Warrants charging the mo6 with kidnaping are on file IKE WELCOMES His Old Comrade WASHINGTON sentimental journey has brought Sir Winston Churchill to Washington once again to see some of my comrades of wartime Sir Winston now 84 stepped slowly and carefully from President Eisenhowers personal plane Monday as Eisenhower and acrowd of about 500 persons welcomed him Washing tons National Airport But his voice was clear and vigorous The Churchill wit was there too t always love coming to America but I shall not most people who are traveling nowadays about the world seem to I he remarked Eisenhower grinned and the crowd laughed at this ap parent reference to another wartime figure Lord Montgomery retired British field marshal criticized American leadership in a television program just before a recent trip to Moscow for conferences with Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev British Embassy officials said Sir Winstons remarks at the airport are the only public he plans to make during his visit Mason City Occasional show ers and thunderstorms in the vicinity through Wednesday Low Tuesday night about 60 CoolerWednesday high in the middle 70s owa Scattered thunderstorms through Wed nesday Little temperature change Tuesday night with lows upper 50s to mid 60s Cooler Wednesday with highs in the 70s Further Thursday partly cloudy and cooler Minnesota Cloudy showers Highs Wednesday 55 70 GlobeGazette weather data up lo 8 a m Tuesday Maximum Minimum 62 At 8 a m W Procipiialion 25 YEAR AGO Maximum 61 Minimum 33 Godfreys Doctors Deny Cancer Has Spread Over Body NEW YORK God freys condition remains good physicians reported Tuesday as theyknockcd down rumors that cancer had spread throughout his body Any rumor that the cancer has spread is absolutely said a report from the Colum biaPresbyterian Medical Cen ter There is nothing lo suggest that there has been any disease elsewhere than 1he tumor that was removed from his left However it was reported that the doctors have decided not to South make public a pathological re port regarding their findings stemming from Ihe operation on the 55yearold radioTV star No reason was given RIFAI RESIGNS LONDON ra dio Tuesday announced the res ignation of Jordans Premier Samir El Rifai 60ycaroM strong man of King Husseins troubled kingdom Rifai gave illness as the reason the long run the d nothing ao noimng stand about idly any new wageprice spiral which might stem from the industrys negotiations with its workers Eisenhower said anew that he deplores the idea of any gov ernment intervention or move lo control wages and prices as lo the American sys ovcr on the Lcglcr farm One tornado ripped apart two story building at a truck slop near Marshalllown Consid crablc wind damage was re ported in Unit city Newly three inches of rain hail in some places accom panicd Ihe storm Mason City lad only a quarter of an inch The heaviest damage was al he MidStale truck stop on added emphatically contrary tern But he that all 175 million Americans are vitally interested in this sit ualion and are not going lo stand aside and see themselves hurl Bolh labor and managemenl in the slcel induslry must act with good sense and wisdom the President said TRUMAN Asked whether he feels former President Tru man has been evading his in vitations to the White House Eisenhower replied he wanted to make one thing clear When ever he invites anyone on a personal formal Highway south of from always emphasizes he will un derstand if the man invited is unable to allcnd Those invited have a right without question to send re grets if attendance would cause them inconvenience The exchange was againsl the background of Eisenhowers invitation to Truman lo attend a White House stag dinner Wednesday for Sir Winston Churchill and Trumans reply thai he had another engage mcnt POLITICS The President said he hopes he 1960 Republi can presidential nominee will win even more votes in South ern states than he did in 1952 and 1956 He had been asked whether he thought Vice President ne inoUKnl vice JIVMUUIU Nixon or New Yorks Gov NelKcnnebcc Bluff son Rockefeller could do as well as Eisenhower did in the JAM I Drought in Minnesota Alleviated ST PAUL ain continues to bless Minnc ola and hopes are high llic 20 month drought lias been broken The rains ranging up to three nches in places have given ag icuKuro a needed shollnthc irin and have eliminated the orest fire hazard at least tem porarily The rains which have fallen since Saturday have brought more moisture than was re corded during the MarchApril period It was the grcalcsl rain since August of last year There were a couple of iso a ted tornadoes with last night rain One touched down near Lake Lillian in lhc Willmar area twister also caused damage the Harold Frank farm nea Wells Several outbuildings wer hit QUEMOY SHELLED TAIPEI Formosa W Th Chinese Communists fired five shells at the Quemoy Island Tuesday breaking a weeks inl n lhc offshore island artillcrj var 30 about two miles Marshalltown Four was and mpioyes and Iwo truckers were n the cement block building The ronr of the approaching tornado gave five of the men time to gel safely away before he building was demolished RAY PIERCE who was on Ihe second floor said he hcarc a the next thing I knew I was looking up at the He was left on the only por lion of Ihe building Dial re mained standing supported by interior walls The outer wallf of he building tumbled down dam a four cars and a truck parked nearby The roof lifted across the highway dropped in a field The highway patrol closed u 30 to Iraffic for a time near Ames because of fallen trees and power lines across the high way The storm toppled trees and power lines in Ames where one tree fell on an unoccupied house The Weather Bureau said lhc heavy rains over southwest Iowa and northwest Missouri will cause sharp rises on some streams H said ho 102 Uivcr at Bedford is out of its hanks Bedford sot 2 01 inches of rain OTHER RAINFALL amounts included Lognn inches Dcnison Lenox Shcnandoah Clarinda Greenfield 1 inch Osccola Emmetsburg Pocahontas Sac City Lamoni 75 Cooler air will drop tempera lures Tuesday night in Ihe 50s and 60s Council Bluffs and La moni shared the overnight low of 60 and it didnt get below 70 at Davenport Burlington had the slate high of 89 Monday Mason Cily had B8 FASTTIME OKD DIXON of this eastern Iowa town Tuesday set heir clocks ahead an hour after he town council Monday voted o adopt Daylight Savings Tims cut off several power and buildings I A smal DEAD AT Hal Mcliilyro 42 leader of one of the na lions top swing bands in the 19IOs died Tuesday of burns suffered in an apartment fire al Los Angeles The musician gained fame while playing with the Glenn Miller orches tra before forming his own big lime band He entered the hospital Sunday with first second and third degree hums over the lower half of his body received after he ell asleep while smoking AP Photolax LULUS BACK IN Heres a happy ending to the case of the missing chimp Michael Blanchot 4 Oakland watches over Lulu a bigcared yearold African chimpanzee Lulu was ab ducted from Mikes dads pet shop last March Police traced the animal through finger and footprints to a Glendalc pet shop where the abductors had sold him BEST ALBUM Grammy Award to Willson HOLLYWOOD or iginal cast album of The Mu sic Man was rated 1958s best in the Broadway classification at the newlyformed Recording Academys award ceremonies Monday night On to receive a Grammy award wasMeredith Wilison whose Music Man has just about every honor in its 18 monlh tenure onthe American stage Tho Grammy is a gold trophy kin to the Oscar of the movio vorld and the Emmy of lele ision It is in lhc shape of an oldfashioned talking machine THE ALBUM GIG a led the best from the movies An Italian Domcnico Modug no won top honor in the single ccord division His Volare ilso was named the best song of Hie year Multiple honors went to a Cali brnia boy Ross B Bagdasar an whose raucous Chipmunk Jong was named best comedy performance best childrens re cording and bestengineered Double wins were scored by Slla Fitzgerald who was named jest female vocal performer and cited for lhc best jazz per onnancc COUNT BASIE won two awards for his album as best inzz performance and dance band performance Hen Mancinis Peter Gunn got award as the best arrange ment Perry Como was handed the est male vocal performance award In the younger set hamps Tequila won for hylhm performance The Kingston Trios Tom Doo cy scored in the country and western category Mercy Killing by Doctor Admitted BURTONONTRENT Eng Jand doctor disclosed Tuesday that he gave a lethal drug to a juffering cancer pa gently ended her iife as she had asked him Dr Maurice Millard 58 told the story of the mercy killing to a Rotary Club meet ing I did it en compassionate grounds and would do the tame again under similar Millard said He gave this account The patient a devout Chris tian woman once had asked htm that in the event con tracted an incurable disease would he give her a drug pot her r The woman was fit and well at the time But seme time later what the woman feared did happen Surgery showed cancer wa killing her She asked Millard to give her the drug What was I to do Mil lard said The woman was in pain She had only a week live A strong feeling of cem passion came ever me and I gave her the drug She went into a coma and pasted peacefuily JThe iritish Medical Assn opposes itronfly any meve legalize h e mercy killing af hopeteM im beciles criminals HSe and me incurably ill   

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