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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 10, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspoper that makes all North lowans neighbors VOL 98 Associated Press and United Press International Poll Lease Wires MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JUNE 10 I960 7o a Copy Paper Consists of Four One No 208 annual Band Festiva Jap rioters irk Hagerty TOKYO Five thousand screaming Japanese besieged White House press secretary James C Hager tys car for an hour and 20 minutes Friday But both Hagerty and the White House announced the demon stration would not change President Eisenhowers plans to Japan June 19 N Hagerty told a news confer w WS Ilia We are sure that the demon i II strations in no way reflect the UtSnGll feeling and the attitude of the great majority of the Japanese FROM DUE W1KE SEKVICES WASHINGTON Senate Appropriations committee approved a de fense money bill of 385000000 with a last minute addition to speed the spy in the sky satellite Samos The bill was more than billion more than the President requested WASHINGTON TJ Shas sent another stern protest to Cuba ac cusing the Fidel Castro regime of making base less and offensive charges against the Washington government NEW YORK For mer President Harry S Truman said spy flights may have been made ov er the Soviet Union dur ing his but they were unauthor ized by him SAN DIEGO Union spokesmen say the strike against Convairs far flung missile facilities will spread Monday to the firms big airplane and missile making plants here WASHINGTON Re publican organi z a t i o n leaders have approved plans for a streamlined fivesession fourday na tional convention despite the renewed possibility of a contest over the presidential nomination Jean Seberg files suit for divorce actress Jean Seberg filed suit for divorce Friday in Marshall County District Court against her husband Francois Moreuil of France Miss Seberg 21 who stepped from high school into a starring role in Otto Premingers movie version of Joan of Arc was married to Moreuil here Sept 5 1958 Her divorce suit charged cruel and inhuman treatment IN A STATEMENT issued through her attorney Miss Se berg said We have mutually discov ered that our backgrounds our upbringing our ways of life and many of our interests are in compatible We have mutually decided that it is best that we part There is no bitterness involved only sincere regret Despite our marital differ ences I am proceeding with my commitment to take a leading role in the film Francois is di recting in France I do this because despite our personal problem I still believe in his talent and ambitions MISS SEBERG and Moreuil met on the French Riviera in 1957 when she was filming Bonjour Tristcssc Word of a rift in her marriage to the 26yearold lawyer leaked out about a month ago while Miss Seberg was visiting in Marshalltown At that time she asked that her mother accom pany her to Paris Her mother refused because Jeans younger brother Kurt was graduating from Marshalltown High School people for whom America has the warmest friendship IN WASHINGTON associate press secretary Anne Wheaton said the President had ex pressed gratification that Hag erty and White House appoint ment secretary Thomas E Stephens who was with him were not hurt by the demon strators Asked whether the President would still go to Japan Mrs Wheaton said I know of no change in plans Hagerty here to complete ar rangements for Eisenhowers visit was irked but not sur prised He said the demonstra tion was obviously carefully planned He said the fact that the demonstrators were singing the song of international communism raised doubts whether they even had allegiance to Japan The demonstrators out to convince Hagerty that Eisen hower should postpone his trip claim their real target is Prime Minister Kishi because his Lib eral Democratic party pushed the new U SJapan security al liance through the lower house of Parliament in a violent ses sion May 20 THE DEMONSTRATIONS had been called out by Zenga kuren Japans extreme leftist student federation and the left ist Soyho Federation of Labor Unions Japanese police finally cleared an opening around the battered car in which Hagerty Stephens and US Ambassador Douglas MacArthur II had been held prisoner Then a US Marine helicopter swooped down picked them up and flew them to the embassy From there they drove to the back gate of the heavily guarded US Embassy and slipped in e s c a p ing 8000 dem ons t r a t o r sj massed out front Within a few minutes aowever sev eral hundred students rushed up toj the back gate and battled HAGERTY police who kept them from to their friends breaking into the embassy com pound The airport demonstration had been promised for days and MacArthur came out by helicop ter to escape the thousands blocking one access road to the airport and lining the other But Hagerty apparently refused to bow to the leftists and chose to try to reach the city by car as originally scheduled The screaming chanting dem onstrators teat on the sides of the car kicked at the doors and cracked windows on both sides Carleton Stewa rt honored Flag Day is theme MASON CITYS DRUM MAJOR JUDY CREW EXTENDS BAND FESTIVAL GREETINGS TO ALL An editorial Festival honors our own and welcomes our friends For the third successive year Mason City has the opportunity to honor one of its own at the North Iowa Band Festival In 1958 we honored Meredith Willson in 1959 it was Bil Baircl This year the Band Festival has Carle ton L Stewart as its honored guest We take great pride in Stewart president of the American Bandmasters Assn the highest post any bandmaster can attain in the United States Those who have been associated with him first as an instructor in our school system and later as a businessman recog nize that his honors are well deserved The Band Festival also gives Mason City an oppor tunity to welcome the communitys friends from throughout North Iowa and Southern Minnesota The people who come to our Mason City business places are in a very real sense our friends We hope that they will always have that feeling when they visit us With this special Band Festival Edition of the GlobeGazette we join the citys businessmen in ex tending a special welcome to our visitors Tuesday Band Festival Day is not a business day for most of our j merchants It is a day devoted to saying thank you North Iowa Mostly cloudy with chance of a few thundershow ers Friday night low in lower 60s Partly cloudy not so warm Saturday high in 70s Iowa Partly cloudy Friday night and Saturday with chance of few thundershowers southeast Lows Friday night middle 50s northwest to middle 60s southeast Locally cooler Saturday highs 60s northwest to 70s southeast Further out cloudy warmer north Sunday little Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average slightly above normal north to near normal south Friday night through next Wednesday with little daily change Afternoon highs will be from the upper 70s north to around 80 south Overnight lows will be from the 5Qs north IQ the Jow By CARL WRIGHT GlobeGazette Staff Writer Flag Day is the general jtheme of the 22nd North jlowa Band Festival to be jheld Tuesdayin Mason iCity It is the original and of the largest of these annual high school events Jin America Mason Citys own Carleton L president of the Ameri can Bandmasters Association is this years guest of honor It is j his 24th season as conductor of the Mason City Municipal Band I He will direct the massed bands of more than 5000 musi cians from northern Iowa and southern Minnesota at Roosevelt Stadium Tuesday evening and will head the big parade of 84 bands including 81 visiting 82 queen candidates for the crown of Miss North Iowa land 26 floats I IT WILL BE a parade of i more than two hours sparked by Joyce Elaine Rice Green field champion baton twirler of America herself a candidate for Miss Iowa in the Miss America contest for 1960 and the drum major of the Iowa State Uni versity Band Reigning Queen Joyce Ann Schulter Buffalo Center Miss North Jowa of 1959 now a stu dent at State Teachers College Cedar Falls will preside over jthe festivities throughout the day and will ride on the Miss NEW YORK UP Politically I strode toward him with his Iowa float in tnc Parade purlin Vifp President Nixonhand extended I Here to cover the event will feuding Vice President Nixon acceplcd thebe IrauRott Chicago and Gov Nelson A ghook R vigorousy andeditor and publisher of The In met cordially at a British his left hand on one of the larg exhibition Friday and shoulder in friendly fashest music magazines of its type ion They smiled and exchanged in the country He will be a spe Nixon Roc shook hands The personal encounter was the first since their recent ex change of statements concern ing the future of the Republican party and the nation Also at the Coliseum was Prince Philip of Britain who was on hand to officially open the million British exposi tion THE PRESS AND public were barred from the small room in which the NixonRockefeller meeting took place but about 40 specially invited guests were present A bank of glass doors was greetings jcial guest of the North Iowa Nixon said Thursday he Festival discussed key issues in more de1 THE BG with tail than Rockefeller who hadof jts fcatures of former vears prodded him to make his viewswm start promptly at 10 a m known before the nominatingfrom he Hotd Hanford corner convention In reply Nixon sugjlt wil be carricd ive over gested that the two have aKGL0TVi starting with a pre discussion in depth before telefeciina program at am vision cameras This year UVQ awards wju be The New York g o v e r n o lhe first ancl second place promptly rejected the proposal noals after the manner He said Nixon does not needof presentation at the Rosa me to interrogate him on teleB0wl vision First place will go to the en ONCE THE vice president try that best typifies the Flag ihas made clear his position theme Second place will We can think of no better way of doing that than to recognize the young people of the area On the inside Editorials Page 4 Mason City News67 Latest Markets 7 Clear Lake News 16 Society News 1819 Comics 25 North Iowa Features 26 Sports 2829 North Iowa News40 TV Pullout Section Wayward research balloon defies cannonfire by jet SAN DIEGO Calif The navys research balloon drifted out over the Pacific Friday with 50 rounds of cannon fired into it by a fighter jet which had sought to bring it down The balloon 40 stories tall was 250 miles off shore at an altitude of 70000 feet It was drifting north and gave no in dication when it would descend to the sea The balloon was carrying valuable data gathered since its launching Sunday at Glynco Naval Air Station Brunswick Ga It had been expected to be retrieved Tuesday at Houston Tex Four Navy F8U Crusader jet pilots zoomed up to the huge heliumfilled balloon late Thursday and tried to bring it down as it moved out over the ocean Lt Fred Winton Laurel Miss blasted the balloon with 50 rounds from his 20milli meter cannon but the com parative tiny cannon holes ap pearnd to have no affect on the big balloon other planes did not fire Winton reported he had to fly fullspeed and then at the top of his climb fire up wards to hit the highfloating balloon Fear of smashing the gon dola with a shell and ruining the 800pound stack of nuclear emulsion with recordings of cosmic ray activity prevented further shots A Navy spokesman said the payload of recordings in the twoandahalf ton gondola were considered invaluable now He said no research bal loon has made such recordings over so long a pariod of time er 60s south Rainfall will av erage 45 to 60 of an inch in scattered showers derstorms and thun Minnesota Cloudy showers High Saturday 7076 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Friday Maximum 78 Minimum 59 Precipitation 09 given to Chile quake fund WASHINGTON icans gave more than in cash clothing blankets drugs and other mercy supplies during the first week of the Red Cross drive to aid victims of Chiles devastating earthquakes vol canic eruptions and tidal waves The agency announced Friday it had collected in cash and in supplies BUYING AND SELLING Classified Ads Do The Job Day after day year after year our classified section creates a tremendous re sponse for everything from mobile homes to baby carri ages Advertise your needs here CALL GA 34270 Ask For An Ad Taker time JUDGING OF the floats will X i X o n he kefore the parade starts carried in front covered with curtains Neverjthe specific issues I have raised So to the best float entry over theless it could be seen from I shall be glad to debate theseall outside that Nixon after exlssues with him changing greetings with several At the same persons walked toward the rearavoided direct controversy wilhJBanners of the room fartherest from theRockcfeller whom he thc two winning floats in the entrance as a man of integrity He Each winning unit will A few minutes later Rockefelsaid Rockefeller has a right a beautiful colored ler arrived When Nixon wishes to criticize the oftne entry the Governor he j visiting bandmasters and their wives will have lunch at noon I with honored guests Carleton land Gladys Stewart at the Hotel Hanford The queen candidates jalso will have lunch in the Sky of the hotel where Don Blanchard of KSMN will entertain them The afternoon program in Cen tral Park will include band con certs by the Greene Hampton land Osage bands the appear ance of the queen candidates introduced by Bruce Holland of KRIB and other featured events FESTIVITIES for the day will i close with the evening pro gram at Roosevelt S t a d i u m iwhen the massed bands will be 1 featured the Algona marching band will perform its special i feature the trip to the Sheridan Wyo Rodeo and Joyce Elaine I Rice will toss and twirl her ba itons j This year also each bund is iinviteJ to send a twirler to JMiss Rices clinic at Music ilia 11 at 2 pm There she will present a routino that may be worked up for the evening show wilh the cream of the majorettes of the area The grand entry of the bands into Koosevel Stadium will start at pm Ken Kew news director of KGLOTV will AP A SMILE FOR EACH OTHER Vice President Richard Nixon and Gov Nelson Rockefeller exchange smiles as they appear at the opening of the British trade exhibition in New York If was their first meeting since Rockefeller unleashed a critical attack on the vice president   

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