Mason City Globe Gazette, May 25, 1959

Mason City Globe Gazette

May 25, 1959

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 25, 1959, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 97 AuocUUd The Newspoper That Makes AII N or th I Neighbors MASON CITV IOWA MONDAY MAY JS 7 Copy Two aders Mourn Dulles r HOME EDITION One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL Goiette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLU WO1 IC44M WTAD Qulney WSUt U City tSlOl When You Find That First Job THIS LITTLE VISIT is in tended to be between me and youngsters of high school age particularly those who are about to claim their diplomas But if others of a different age bracket parents for example or even collegians happen to listen in it will be perfectly all right with me Before I launch into my sub ject landing a job and mak ing good on it Id like to take time out for a little college education It should be a must for all who are qualified to benefit from it and I hasten to add thats a very large per centage of our youth In the past there has been an assumption that if one was going to farm or get married education beyond high school would Be more or less wasted But not any more Elimination of the illprepared prevails in the modern farming industry Housewives short on education Ive observed usually turn out to be short on some other im portant assets too So in seeking that first job please make allowances in your plans for a departure next Sep tember to some college campus unless after thinking the matter through from you de ii THEYRE LEARNING YOUNGER A 10yearold Martins Ferry Ohio boy shows his elders have nothing on him AP Phototax ies of burglaries fashioned a rope from his blankets removed an inner window when to plottinga jail and loosened a heavy wire screen when The boy held for investigation of he was caught in the act Youth Held in Death at son at your ness is in another direction THIS LEADS ME to the ques tion What are you going to do this summer young mairv or young woman you are look ing for a job I may have some helpful tips for you From our editorial research bureau Washington one day recently I received a report on this general A survey had disclosed that the job pros pect this year is materially bet ter than last year But even in that recession year 3 million high schoolers had jobs nearly a million of v on farms it was pointed out Then followed these 3 general ized suggestions 1 Start jobhunting earty meaning before the school years ends if possible 2 Be modest but not bash ful Try everybody starting with your relatives your friends and their friends Then hit the local merchants 3 Dont overlook the U S Employment Service and vari ous other federal and state agencies National Park Serv ice jobs are fun but not easy to come by it was observed This as Ive suggested is a somewhat generalized approach To to cases Im going to draw on an article Ive passed along before Its from Carl Hamilton Iowa Falls one of the ablest country editors known to me His piece was headed How to get and hold a and he really got down to cases So youve finished high school and want a he ob served by leading into his subject Well start he added but do it You cant help it if you are timid in this new role of pros pective employe But you CAN give honest answers and an honest appraisal of your abil Dont overstate your case he continued If you dont know say so If you think you THOMPSONS G Buckholtz 47 died early Sunday following an argument with Arthur Clark 22 outside of a tavern 9n the north edge of Thompson A cerebral hemorrhage was the cause oLdeath Winnebagp Co ii n ty said Clark tried vtfrfpick a holtz When Buckholtz refused Clark hit1 him once Buckholtz died minutes later Monson said vClark had a grjudge against Buckholtz aris ing from an incident last Clark a laborer is being held on an open charge pending the outcome of a coroners inquest tentatively set for Wednesday Buckholtz a former Forest City policeman had been ing southeast of Forest City with his wife The Olson Funeral Home in Forest City has Buckholtz1 body Funeral arrangements are in complete Tractor Overturns Boy Burns to Death HORNICK Mil ler 13 was burned to death un der a flaming overturned trac tor near here Saturday The tractor rolled over and trapped the boy as he drove it up an incline into a field His father Leroy Miller couldnt pull him Free from the machine and went to get help The tractor burst into flames and set the boys clothing afire can do a particular job say so say youd like a chance to prove this Iowa publisher advised that no mat ter how sure you are you are going to make mistakes Tell your prospective bossyou are of that fact and that you will sincerely welcome sugges tions and And you must SINCERELY welcome be the FIRST to tell yoar boss about your booboo CONTINUED ON f AGI 2 SAME IOWA SAFETT DEPARTMENT Black traffic ill Mason City Showers and occa sional thunderstorms through Tuesday Not much change in temperature High Tuesday 6873 Low Monday night up per 50s Iowa Considerable cloudihes with scattered showers and thunderstorms and not mucl temperature change througl Highs Tuesday 68 showers and cooler FiveDay Temperature will average near to slightly below normal Monday nigh through Saturday Norm a high temperature this time of year is in the upper 70s Normal lows in the lower 50s Turning cooler Tuesday am Wednesday warmer Thurs day cooler on weekend Mod erate to heavy rainfall from showers and thunderstorms Tuesdayand again Thursday or Friday will give onehalf to one and onehalf inches pre cipitation Minnesota h o w e r s Little temperature change High Tuesday near 80 in south GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Monday Maximum 70 Minimum 55 At 8 63 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Sunday Maximum Minimum 66 43 Falls From Tractor Sabula Man Killed SABULA Bruse 5 r u r a 1 Sabula was killed Saturday when he apparently ell from his tractor on his arm near here and the ma hine ran over The victim was found dead by a member f his family SURPRISE WEDDING LAS VEGAS Nev Marie the Body McDonald and TV executive Lor Bass sur prised their friends bygetting married in this desert resort ver the Federal Authorities Pull Out of KidnapKiller Case WASHINGTON Federal authorities Monday announced their withdrawal from the Jcid napkiller case of Mack Charles Parker lengthy The results investigation of their will be turned over to the state of Mis sissippi Atty Gen William P Rogers said the evidence obtained by the FBI after a masked mob snatched Parker from the Pearl River County jail at Poplar vHlc April and Wiled him failed to show any violation of federal statutes In view of Jhis Rogers Mon day directed the FBI U deliver to Mississippis Gov J P man at Jackson asummary of Information relative to facts and evidence obtained during the FBIs It was left up to Coleman to determine whether any prosecu tion under state law is possible Parker a 23yearold Negro was on the eve of being tried on a charge of raping a pregnant while womanwhen he was ab His body was found May 4 in the Pearl River swamps near Bogalusa by FBI agents and Mississippi highway patrolmen He had been shot twice Crazed Man Holds Four Then Slain DALLAS Tex UPi A crazy drunk contractor held threS hos tages all night and captured a fourth near dawn Monday be fore slaying an unsuspecting house painter Then he fought off a company of officers for before fiirii with subma chine gun bullets and killedhim He was grayhaired Frank Kindsor 68 who held a bitter hatred against Dallas County Sheriff Decker THE MAN SLAIN by Windsor was M G Hassels hostages escaped the little wooden house on a gravel road in southwest Dallas Three fled after police softened up Windsor with tear gas Courag eous police pulled another from the building Mrs C E Campbell a neigh bor said Windsor had been crazy Drunk since Friday He lived in an apartment in the little house in which the owner lone Dickinson also lived Mrs Dickinson said Windsor h ad some belief that by holding the hostages he could force the sheriff to come out to the house THE LANDLADY said he held a grudge against the sheriff be cause of past evictions Held with Mrs Dickinson were Mr and Mrs Les Darter and Arthur Webb a friend of Wind sors The Darters were neigh bors Hassels came to the house about 8 Monday to ask for a key to another house owned by Mrs Dickinson He was to do some work at one of her houses Windsor shot him The man sprawled on the lawn and Wind sor forced the Darters to drag the body to the front porch The gunman held his hostages in terror with a 38 revolver and a 22 Heavy Turnout for Little Rock Vote LITTLE ROCK Ark Ml Jarly voting was moderately heavy Monday in a school recall election stemming from Rocks integration Balloting continued to increase n the first hours and was pected to hit a peak in the lalejj afternoon Ail six on Ihej ichool board now split evenlyj segregationists and moderates were at stake Damp Weather to Stay Several Days A southerly flow of air which s loaded with moisture was ex pected to give Iowa more show rs and cloudiness Monday The lamp weather should everal days Cooler hould return Monday night aikl Mid forth through WMtoesda Fuel Tax Post to Krause Replacement for Marchi FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES MOINES Krause 59 DCS Moines was appointee directorof theIowamotor ve hicle fuel tax division by State Treasurer M L Abrahamson Monday He succeeds GeorgeMarch who was fired by Abrahamson last January amid charges of laxity in thedivision The treasurer said a thorough check of service stations in Iowa was being made to de termine whether any were in violation of the motor fuel tax law He said anyone found vi olating the law would be prose cuted A TEAM OF auditors and certified public accountants has been making a thorough audit division under super vision of a threemember com mission appointed by Her sctiel Loveless and a commit tee set up by the 1959 Legisla ture The audit was undertaken after a partial audit by the state auditors office criticized what the report called laxness and inefficiency in the di vision Since Marchis dismissal the division has been under the direction of Gandy and Charles state treasurer Abrah am son s a id Kra us es salary will be a yearand hist salary bracket will runtip to annually Marchi was drawing when he was discharged Herschel C Loveless mean while called on the newly ap pointed members of the Iowa Highway Commission Monday to confine their activities to pol icyldecisipns and leave the ad ministrative and technical prob lems up to the commissions LOVELESS said f I v commission members should function as a board of direc as a commercial en terprise normally The new commission all ap pointed by Loveless will take over July 4 and will be con trolled by the Democrats The members will be Democrats Robert Brice Waterloo Harold Teachout Shenandoah and Har ry Bardley Des Moines and Republicans William Nicholas Mason City and Jo Stony Keo sauqua AP PliOtofax MOURN BROTHERS DEATH Allen Dulles head of the Central Intelligence Agency and Eleanor Dulles State Department official leave Walter Reed Hospital after the death of their brother John They were among those at the former Secretary of States bedside when he died PRESIDENT A Lifetime of Labor for Peace Has Ened WASHINGTON XJPI text of thestate ment written outin longhand by President Eisen hower at his Gettysburg farrri on the death of John Foster Dulles JphnJFoster Dulles is dead A lifetime of labor for World peace has ended His countrymen and all who believe in justice and the rule of law grieve at the passing from the earthly scene of one of Ihe truly great men oif our lime Throughouthis life and particularly during his eventful six years as secretary of state his courage his and his friendly understanding were de voted to bettering relations among nations He was a foe only to Tyranny Because he believed in the dignity of men and in their brotherhood under God he was an ardent supporter of their deepest hopes and aspirations From his life and work humanity will in the years to come gain renewed inspiration to work ever harder for the attainment of the goal of peace with justice In the pursuit of that goal he ignored every personal cost and sacrifice however great We who were privileged to work with him have lost a dear and close friend as all Americans have lost a champion of freedom United we extend to Mrs Dulles to her children and to all members of the Dulles family our prayers and deepest sympa thies and the assurance that in our memories will live affection respect and admiration for John Fos ter Ike Sets Official Funeral Long Cancer Battle Ends WASHINGTON West ern diplomats who worked with John Foster Dulles in his unre enting efforts to check Soviet expansion will fly here to pay final tribute to the former sec retary of state Dulles 71 a towering mid century biilwaik against com munism as President Eisenhow ers foreign policy pilot years died of cancer Sunday at Most of his family was at his bedside President Eisenhower deeply mourned his passing and the Jrce world mourned with him Flags on government build ings throughout the world were ordered at half staff for three days and Eisenhower canceled his during that period AN OFFICIAL funeral rather than state will be held Wednesday at 2 in the big Washington National Episcopal Jathcdral An honor guard of uniformed servicemen will keep a vigil beside the body at the cathedral during the 24 houri Before the funeral Full military honors ac corded heroesanddistinguished eaders will be given Dulles when he is buried in Arlington National Cemetery across the JOHN FOSTER DULLES D U L L E S INFORMALLY These three photos show John Foster Dulles informally during hiss diplomatic ca reer Top Dining with his fprnily WM senator Lower left He had just accepted a post to Secretary of State Dean Acheson in the Truman administration in 1950 Lower right Selfinspection a White dinner in 1958 1 otomac River from Washing ton The Big Four foreign minis ers conference in Genevawill recess Wednesday and Thursday as Secretary of State Christian A Herter flies home for the fu neral With him will be the Brit sh and French foreign minis crs Selwyn Lloyd and Maurice louve de Murville There was a possibility Soviet oreign Minister Andrei Gromy o might also attend He ex resscd deep condolences to Icrter when told of Dulles lealh DEATH CAME to Dulles in his sleep at Walter Reed Army Hos pital Mrs Dulles hurried back to the hospital at after a doctor called her at her home with the word that her husband of 47 years was sinking rapidly Her son John an engineer from Mexico City and another son Avery a Jesuit priest studying here reached the hos pital shortly before she arrived Dulles younger brother Allen director of the Central Intelli gence Agency and his sister Eleanor a State Department of ficial specializing in German problems arrived a short time later In silence they watched as Dulles heavy breathing became more strained It stopped once then resumed before the end came One of the family asked Is it all over and a doctor nodded HEAVY DOSES kin ing drugs had kept Dulles sleep ing most of the time during his final days At times he could recognize members rf his fam ily but oo the day death he recognized his wife and nunaged to sjpejck a few to In ;