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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 5, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for A iTY GLOBEGAZETTE The Newspaper That M a kes All North lowans Neighbors VOL AuocUUd PreM ud Pull MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JUNE S 159 7o Copy of Four HOME EDITION No JW 21st Annual Band Festival Tuesday Man Say Most of Gal Grads But They Claim Theyre Going to Take Their Time By KEERAN McMANUS BRYN MAWR Pa WVHou do American girl as she glides through the magic o June up to her charming chin ii graduation sweet talk or brida showers Do you size her up as a softie taking too long to grow up tionally taking a load off her mind by not using it okay for the juvenile joyride but a poor risk as a wife In one widely expressed opin ion she craves nothing so much as to loll in a lotus land of soap cheap fiction butter cream chocolates rock n roll and bop lingo All this of course in a costume so casual that it makes a beachcomber appear proper for an embassy recep tion AS OTHERS SEE her she is less giddy than sophisticated If she ducks domestic drudgery thats fine Her freewheeling ways are to be cheered And theres time enough when shes older to start thinking In1 an effort to find out what girls think and what they want a survey was conducted at Harcum Junior College one of the nations bestknown private schools for girls An ovenv helming majority plans to work after marriagt of the girls want to pay some of the household expenses But some want to earn money to help their husbands complete their Im going to take plenty of time looking for the right said one girl Hasty marriages are for the birds And let even the right man beware because he can expect a family of at least two boys and two MUCH THE SAME thins was Said by scores of others Majority opinion favored par ents giving newlyweds a lift at AP Photofax WHEEI Charlotte Haynes Seattle always ex pressed a wish to use the chargeapiate she saw her mother flash so often On her 12th birthday her parents gave it to her and said let er rip for an managed to run up a bill of in that time is shown with part of her first in order to make sure of a happy marriage which after all is an extension of our college It may come as a surprise as serted one student speaking for many that most of us can cook a full meal and do our mending We can learn to make our own clothes too if neces sary but as it usually is cheap er to buy them it behooves us to be shrewd A good threefourths of the student body disapproves low ering the voting age to 18 A lyp ical reason why There is s much to know about nationa and world affairs these day that even most adults are unin formed so why trust the vote to juveniles THE SURVEY shows the mos popular pastimes to be read ing enjoying good conversation watching drama variety and comedy shows on television in that order Rock n roll and jazz are weak runnersup to semiclassical music The beat generation and al its works are derided Elizabeth Taylor emerges in the poll as the years worst movie actress no special role being named More than 200 of the colleges 225 students expressed their sentiments The girls are 18 to 20 years old They come from many states a few from Latin America One Is from Thailand Measles Vaccine Proves Effective BOSTON If A Childrens Hospital team of doctors Friday reported a newly discovered measles vaccine has proven ef fective in the first group of children to whom it was given Dr John F Enders a Nobel Prize winner and Dr Samuel Katz said the longsought vac cine has been used on 20 chil dren with good results The vac cine produces temperature spots and protective antibodies against the disease without mak ing the youngsters sick it was reported 4H Camp Bathhouse Dedicated MADRID The building pro ram at the Iowa 4H Camping Center near Madrid took anoth er step forward Thursday with he dedication of a new swim ming pool Presenting t he was Lauer hairman of ofdirec ors of the Fairmers Mutual Re hsurance which provided unds for the structure Accepting the building on be alf of the camp was Dr James f Hilton presidenf of Iowa State College and chairman of the board of trustees of the Iowa 4H Club Foundation OTHERS PRESENT at the dedication included members of the board of trustees of the Iowa 4H Club Foundation state 4H Club officer and members of the CoOperative Ex tension Service Marvin Ander son associate director of the CoOperative Extension Service presided at the dedication The camp which started with funds donated by local 4H clubs now includes 617 acres and has the only year around camping facilities in the state It is used as a training center for 4H Club members volunteer leaders and extension staff members It also provides an opportunity for 4H families and friends of 4H work to invest in educational facilities and pro grams THUS FAR 64 counties hav completed fund raising pro grams for the camp These pro grams have resulted in more than being raised fo the camp Contributions from businesses and other friends o 4H have totalled another 000 making total contribution of more than CerroGordo County togethe with five other counties is in the midst of its fund raising program At a meeting of he board o trustees of the Iowa 4H Club Foundation which preceded the dedication program George Bochnke secretary of the foun da lion gave a review of presen and future needs of the camp Sanity Hearing for Long Set June 16 GALVESTON Tex JPi Pro bale Judge Hugh Gibson Friday set a sanity hearing for Louisi anas Gov Earl K Long for June 16 Judge Gibsons for mal order said the hearing is for the best interests and pro action of Earl K Long as a mentally ill The Gov ernors wife earlier signed docu ments asking that Gibson hold a hearing aimed at committing Long for mental treatment HOMELESS MANILA tfvA fire left xsrsons homeless Friday in Gebu City central Philippines wo children were reported lead and nine persons injured to Blast Train Fuse Cut by Wheels DES MOINES crack hock Islandpassenger train cut a burning fuse on a suitcase full 99 sticks of dynamite just east1of hereFriday keeping the bomb from goingoff George Schuck the West Des Mpines Police Chief and a World War II demolition man said the suitcase bomb was the work of an expert The fuses were crimped just Schuck said Someone reset the fuse again after the train passed but the dynamite failed to ignite eve though the fuse burned right u o the cap SCHUCK SAID failure of th dynamite to go off was a on n a million Schuck defused the bomb wit he help of policeman Keiti own send The streamlined Rocky Moun tain Rocket trainNo 8 was on ts way from the Coloradc Springs Denver area to Chica go The train made up of 11 pas senger cars and three mail o aggage cars carried 180 pas engers plus a number of crew men when it left the station here about 2 CST The FBI was called into the case to investigate Sheriffs deputies said there port of the dynamite on the when HaroldClark on the Rock Islam rain No 8 to the tation here that the train hac ust passed over something on he tracks TRAINMASTER William B Reese went out to investigate tie incident and told authorities omeone was just leaving the cehe after lighting the fuse gain When Reese got there the use had burned right up to the ap on the dynamite but failed o go off Deputy Eldon Lewis said leese saw a 1949 or 50 Chev olet driving away from the cene as the trainmaster came p to investigate Lewis said there was easily nough dynamite to wreck a rain in the suitcase Lewis aid 10 of the 99 sticks of dyna mite had been capped to go off The suitcase full of dynamite BAIRDS BRINGING MARIONETTES Bil and Cora Americas foremost puppeteers of New York bringing some of their marionettes to North lowaBand Festival This marion ette J from The Whistling Wizard show is a little boy whom children identify themselves The festival thisyear for the childrens side of parades and celebrations The Bairds not only will parade but will show their puppets and marionettes in a special television show over KGLO TV Monday al They also are bringing along their own two children Peter 7 and Laura 3 Bil is a former Mason Cityan and his mother Mrs Baird lives here Mason City Partly c 1 oiti dy chance of an occaskmaljthun dershower Saturday H i g h Saturday around 80 Lows Friday night 55 Id 58 owa Partly cloudy widely scattered showers or thunder storms mostly in the north west portion through Saturday Ljtlle temperature change Highs Saturday 78 to 85 Lows Friday night to 63 FiveDay Iowa Temperatures will average 4 to 8 degrees above normal Saturday through next Wednesday Nor mal highs are 77 north to 80 south Normal lows are 54 north to 57 south Continued mild with only minor daily temperature changes Rainfall will average 50 to 75 of an inch in occasional showers or thunderstorms WARTIME B24FOUND WPi Force drove the heat desert Friday on their way to an American B24 Liberator that U years ago apparently made an amazing unmanned landing The World War II craft was discovered recently lying folly visible on hardpacked sand 380 miles south of Bengasi by a geological research team of a prospecting oil company There was no trace of the crew Flight gear and fatigue clothing still hang from their ori ginal places inside the plane Water jugs are still full Guns ammunition are untouched andso are papers and log boofts The dry desert heat had preserved everything An Air Force spokesman said It seemed likely the crew had bailed out after a high altitude bombing raid on Naples in 1943 and that the plane landed on its own after its fuel ran out The water are the he said If the crew had tried to make it across the desert they certainly would have taken all the water they The spokesman said efforts are being made in Washing ton to identify the crew Evacuate was piaceu m a uuieiy aica about one mile east xf the city limits of Des Moines COMPOSER DIES GLENDALE Calif WVJim ny Grier 57 noted bandleader and composer of the 1930s died Showers continued Highs Saturday 80 to 90 GlobeGazette weather data p to 8 Friday Maximum 81 Minimum 57 At 8 71 f Ur xVi GOOD EVIDENCE Three men recently held up a New York supermarket and police had a hunch that Joseph Sylvestri 26 hadra hand They went to his apartment and found this posed photo So they quickly apprehended Jack Sylvester They believe the fellow still unknown who snapped the picture as a Joke is the third man in volved Austin Men Find Plenty of Trouble CLEAR Austin men Thursday night go into trouble and trouble and more trouble Clear Lake police rccon structed the happenings this way DARYL BLOWERS driv ing his car with and Eugene Nelson as passcn gcrs least three times police said BTo w e r s stopped so the other two could get out and exchange blows Then Blowers was arrested on a charge of failing to dim his lights He was fined SJ5 in Jus tice Jesse Bultlemans court The other two were fined each on charges of fighting They were arrested in the Shorewood Hills Addition on Clear Lakes north shore NONE OF THE men was able to pay his fine but the justice gave Blowers permissSoh to re turn to Austin to raise the money for the fines The other two re mained in jail meanwhile Returning from Austin with the money Blowers was ar rested for speeding in Albert Lea Minn On the Inside General News 2 4 Society News North lewa Features Sfwts Local Cub Gaierte 44 North News 41 TV Schedule Pulleut Section MEMENTO A silent me mento of World War II Js this B24 bomber found preserved in the desert heat in Libya Monkey Able to Be Stuffed Displayed ROCHESTER The body of Able the spaceflying rhesus monkey will be mounted by a Rochester taxidermy com pany for use in armed forces exhibits The Wards Natural Science Establishment I n said Thursday the Armed IOWA oast part of Iowa Falls including the municipal hospital was exacu ated Friday morning after a de railed propane gas car sprung a leak The was one of four Illinois Central freight cars which were derailed early Fri day when an axle on one of the cars broke THE DERAILMENT occurred near the depot No one was in jured The hospital is two blocks from the gas car Homes and places of business were evacuated by Hardin County officers and Iowa Falls police The hospital patients were moved to the high school A hoisting crane was sent to the aroa from Waterloo Rail road officials said they hoped to put the cars back on the tracks and move them out of town THE COUNTY emergency squad tht fire department and the police department converged on the area The area was oped off iiiifl traffic was routed around the area Train crews prepared padded chains to be used in putting it back on the tracks The were padded to lessen the possi bility of creating a spark that could set off the explosive fumes The gas tank car was on its side and extending across the racks The fumes were leaking from a dome on lop of the car said John agent Price the station Reid Confirmed as Envoy to Israel WASHINGTON UP President 2 at Roosevelt Diamond Eisenhowers nomination of Ogwnen Mason City meets Bairds Will Be Honored 85 Queens 83 Bands By CARL GlobeGaiette Staff Writer The original high school band festival comes of age1 Tues day in Mason City The event has been copied throughout lha United States For the 21st anniversary of the North Iowa Band Festival Bil and Cora Baird famous hus band and wife team of puppe teers from New York City will be the honored guests Its another star studded event with 83 visiting high school bands from cities and towns in North Iowa anr Southern Minnesota 85 queen candidates and three Mason City bands making up the huge parade of more than two hoyrs PAUL YODER Fort Lauder dale noted composercon duclor of band music will di rect the massed bands of more than musicians Joyce Rice Greenfield senior baton twirling champion of America will return for her second showing at the festival Reigning Queen Jan Claries Bancroft Miss North 1958 now a student at State College return with MISS IOWA JoArme aid Ames was for the title of Miss last year will ride fJoat sponsored by Clear LakeV There will be dozens of floats six of the most elaborate hon oring the Bairds and their Marionette Theater Preceding the days packed program the Bairds will givd a special live program over KGLOTV starling at p m Monday The parade also will be carried over KGLOTV starting at Tuesday with a special performance by the Clear Lake Junior Drum and Bugle Corps the pa rade starts at 10 VISITING and their wives will have lunch at noon with honor guests Bil and Cora Baird and band director Paul Yodcr at the Hotel Han ford Queen candidates also will have lunch in the Sky Room of the hotel The afternoon program vin Central Park will include band concerts the appearance of the queens Miss Joyce Rice na tional baton champion Donald Red Blanchard of Miss JoAnne MacDonald Miss Iowa and Bil and Cora Baird and their puppets Baird who is formerly of Ma son City is the son of Mrs W II Baird 804 Adams Ha is a graduate of the University of Iowa and began his career in the puppet world with the late Tony Sarg WHILE IN Mason City the Bairds will be honored on many occasions Charlemane the amiable lion puppet one of many puppets the Bairds are bringing with them will be an honored guest at the Lions Club dinner There will be free baseball at den R Reid as ambassador to in den It item as Hinuiissaiiur 10 forces institute of Patho bgy n famcd b Washington had asked it o stuff j and mount the for ronaut Able soared into space n the nose cone of a Jupiter missile last month with another monkey Baker Able died Mon and editor of the l TI Vv nQsts were removing record ng instruments SAME OATEmi New York Herald Tribune He had been recommended for con firmation by a 104 vote of the Foreign Relations Committee over the opposition of the com mittee chairman Sen J Wil liam Fulbright Fayette Boy 10 Drowning Victim FAYETTE UPI Daniel Zupkc 10 drowned Thursday night while playing with a neighbor boy in n rainswollen creek The boys parents are Mr and Mrs Vaylord Zupkc who farm just west of Fayctle field in a Junior Legion game For the visiting bandsmen the theaters will be free with attractive features at all Tom Thumb at the Cecil DSdget at the Palace and Hey Bqyl Hey Girl at the Strand There will be free swimming at the YMCA and YWCA super vised pools but not until one hour after lunch THE DAYS festivities will close with the evening program at Roosevelt Stadium when the massed bands will be featured the Charles City marching band will perform Joyce Rice will toss and twirl her batons and Paul Yodor will conduct the music Grand entry of tho bands inte Roosevelt Stadium will start   

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