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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 17, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 98 The newspaper that makes ai North lowans neighbors Associated Press and United Press International Full Leas MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JUNE 17 1960 i 7e Copr Pajvr of Two No 214 uem Its time for bees to Honeybees going on their one and only binge By MELSQUAREUP WASHINGTON In late spring or early summer the hardworking honeybee goes on its one and only spree Spurred by a mysterious im pulse the senior member of a bee colony and their queen break bonds with home and se curity for an impetuous journey into the unknown They boil from the hive in a wildly ex cited dancing singing cloud that spins into the sky The migration or swarm takes weeks of preparation and it is natures way of perpetuat ing a bee family through coloni zation the National Georgraphic Society says THE SWARM normally oc curs when the aging queen wearies of her sole job the lay ing of about 1500 eggs a day Through instinct the workers feel a vague dissatisfaction The queen herself may sense the im minence of young vigorous rivals The hive is probably be coming crowded In preparation for the exodus worker bees first construct im maculate wax cells for a new generation of drones In each the old queen lays one egg that will progress from larva to pupa to an adult male bee in 24 days One of these drones will mate with the new queen The eggs of potential queens hatch faster so the workers wait more than two weeks before building the large peanut shaped queen cells For safetys sake the hive develops several royal eggs though only one will ever become its queen AP Photofax HELLO BROADWAY British sergeants Pat rick Moloney 34 and Mervyn Evans 33 wave to greeters on a New York street as they end their trans continental hike from San Francisco They dont even break their stride as they chat with radio in terviewer at right Reach New York U S blasts new action EN ROUTE WITH EISEN HOWER iP President Eisen hower steamed north toward the Nationalist Chinese island fort ress of Formosa Friday as Chi nese Communist guns bombard ed the offshore islands 110 miles from his destination Peiping Radio said the pound ing by thousands of guns was a display of contempt and scorn for the U S President Some 31000 shells were fired At Washington the State De partment accused Communist China of heartless and cold blooded conduct for shelling the islands in an attempt to mar President Eisenhowers visit It recalled that the Communists also shelled the islands between China and Formosa during a visit of the late Secretary of State John Foster Dulles to For mosa in 1958 day in protest against f ederaT tors sittin in the set Piano cpU GOP can choose anyone Senate race ruling made DES MOINES OP The Re j pubiiean state convention can I choose whoever it wants to as a candidate for US senator the attorney general ruled Friday The attorney general said the nomination of a candidate by convention is not limited to those names which appeared on the primary election ballot THE QUESTION was raised Secretary of State Melvin Syihorst after the failure of i any of the six GOP senatorial I candidates to get the required j35 per cent of the vote in the June 6 primary election Synhorst had asked whether state law prohibited the Juy 20 OOP convention from going out side the primary field to select a senatorial nominee StatScn k SEAT OF CONTROVERSY Third pilots seat of DCS jet airliner center of a dispute which has led to pilots sits in front left seat ancl copilot in walkout is occupied by Russ Smith front right Flight engineer sits in seat chief agent for Eastern Air Lines in behind copilot The pilots say the inj FORMER ATTY plane at New Yorks Idlewild Airport spector should be back in the main cabin 5ltmaP N The pilots walked off the job last Fri ancl not looking over our shoulders s from record ABOUT A WEEK before the first young queen will emerge from her cell the bees decide that all is well for the flight Scouts scour the area looking foi a new home The colony anx iously watches the weather Good weather is essential for swarming because the old queen has not left the hive in years Her powers of flight are uncertain Tension mounts Thc bees fill their honey sacs for the journey Then with a roar born of some unknown signal tens of thou sands of bees spill from the hive for the great adventure of their lives For perhaps a quarter of a hour the bees abandon then selves to aerial acrobatics Fin ally they settle in a pendan cluster at a convenient spot t take stock of the situation 0 ten if the old queens wings tir quickly the insects may chos a highly unlikely place NOW SCOUTS zip off in a directions to make the final de cision about the hollow tree shelter or empty hive that wil house the colonists Returning scouts perform intricate dance atop thc swarm to describe thei respective finds the approxi mate distances and directions The most vigorius dancer usual ly sways the crowd After occupying the chosen place the bees enter a race against time to establish anc stock the new city before winter Builders nurses temperature NEW YORK doughEdward Weston In 1930 at ty British sergeants strode the age of 71 Weston strolled into New York Friday after from Los Angeles to New hoofing it across the United York in 77 days The distance States in 67 less than was listed then as 3483 The sergeants voiced praise for the wonderful people they said they met on their Moloney 34 and Mervyn way across the nation With Evans 33 emerged from the plenty of time to look things Lincoln Tunnel into Manhatover they said they had seen tan at am maintaining everything along the coun a transcontinental mark set in 1910 The sergeants Patrick their crosscountry stride of miles an hour Their long jaunt carried tryside They summed their impressions A fabulous country up them more than 3000 miles Another transcontin e nt a 1 from San Francisco here and trekker Dr Barbara Moore was a feat no one had attempta British vegetarian who is ed in 34 years Asked how his feet felt Sgt the wife of sculptor Henry Moore started the same day regulators brewers cell clean crs undertakers guards water carriers and foragers get down to frantic work The holiday is over Meanwhile back at he old hive the depleted colony also begins life anew The remaining old bees the larger number of young workers and the drones wait for the young princesses to leave their royal cradles Often the first one out will tempera mentally lead a second swarm But itis natures more normal way that the first queen to emerge breaks inlo he olhcr royal cells ancl stings her rivals to death I Moloney replied They sure as the sergeants but has fallen feel fine now behind She is in Indiana She The last to tackle a transwas hospitalized briefly after continental walk was Abrabeing struck by a car earlier ham L Montevered of Mays this week but is on her way Landing NJ He did it in 79 days 10 hours and 10 minutes in 1926 However the record up to now generally was credited to again The sergeants sponsored by a British shoe firm are on leave from the Royal Air Force paratroops The Weather North Iowa Increasing cloudi ness Friday night and Satur day with scattered showers and thunderstorms Saturday Warmer Friday night lows 52 to 58 Highs Saturday 75 to 79 Iowa Scattered showers and thunderstorms northwest Fri clay night spreading over most of state Saturday Friday night lows 52 to 58 east 58 to 64 west Warmer east turning cooler northwest Saturday highs 75 to 79 northwest 79 to 84 southeast Further outlook and cooler Sunday On the Inside Editorials Page 4 Mason City News 67 Latest Markets 7 North Iowa Features 8 Comics 9 Band Page 10 Sports 1112 Fiveday Iowa Temperature for the fiveday period Satur day through Wednesday wil average near normal Maxi mums will average from 8085 while minimums will average from 6065 Cooler Sunday warmer by end of period Pre cipitation will average from onehalf to one inch as show ers a n d thunderstorms throughout thc period Minnesota Showers warmer Highs Saturday in 70s GlobeGazette weather data p to 8 nm Friday Maximum i2 Minimum i9 Precipitation 04 Society News 15 Clear Lake News 17 North Iowa News 20 ROGERS RECUPERATING THE COMMUNISTS said there barrage against the Quemoys which have a population of an estimated 42000 civilians 60000 Nationalist soldiers and 10 U S military advisers also was de signed as a show of strength The Nationalist Defense Min istry in Taipei said the Com munist shelling from the main land which began at 8 pm local time eased up 55 minutes later The U S 7th Fleet kept un flagging vigil around the presi dential vessel The fleet com mander Vice Adm Charles D Griffin had predicted the Com munists might well do some thing further to mar the Eisen hower trip already blighted by cancellation of his visit to Japan Eisenhower slept late aboard the heavy cruiser St Paul flag ship of the fleet He worked for awhile on his revised trip sched ule then planned an afternoon of relaxation He had appeared weary and grim as he boarded the cruiser late Thursday night in Manila Bay after his tremen dous reception in the Philip pines and the disappointing can cellation of his visit to Tokyo THE PRESIDENT does not seem to be particularly down hearted or discouraged by can cellation of the Tokyo visit He feels the warm reception he re ceived in Manila offset to some extent the negative aspects c this first visit to the Far Ea by a U S president It was learned that Eisen hower believes the Chinese Com munists with the aim of mak ing antiAmerican propaganda are responsible for blocking hi visit to Tokyo The President i known to hold these views The Chinese Com munist acted in much the same wa that Soviet Russia seized on th incident of the U2 spy plane t wreck the summit conference It is evident that all is no well between the Soviet Unior and Red China Mrs George Kula Pathoulas Thursday near Tama in a oneinjuries and cuts Saclarides 27 daughter of Mr and Mrs Tom Pathoulas 325 10th N W was killed late car crash bod FORMER ATTY GEN Day Nevada was second followed by Rollo Berge son Des Moines state Rep Kenneth Stringer Davenport Oliver Reeve Waverly attorney and Ernest Scemann Waterloo Thc opinion signed by Erbe and his assistant Oscar Strauss thus opened the nomination for any person the party might wish to choose Unofficial returns showed Miller polled 3030 per cent and Countryman 2903 per cent about received 1511 per Stringer 1363 per cent Her husband George 38 and Mrs Saclaridesdeath broughtjRccve 689 Per cent and See their son John 2 were men Jmann 504 nor cnnt ews in a utshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES LONDON The So viet news agency Tass reports Cuban Premier Castro plans to visit Mos cow at a later date Pre mier Khrushchev already has said hell visit Cuba this fall ly injured and are in the 213 coness Hospital Marshalltown A hospital spokesman said Sac Iowas 1960 lraffic death 504 per cent larides and his son were in im proved condition Friday The Saclarideses were on their way from their home in Tarpon Springs Fla to Mason City THE HIGHWAY patrol report The ruling pointed out that a j precedent to allow a convention Mrs Saclarides arc at he PattersonJames Mason choose any candidate had in 1909 but admitted that VIOLA IRENE at the state level from cit Hj h bill setting up conven ed Saclarides car went out of Schoo ancl attended Sta1con Procedures m these cases control and ran off the S rpHr ajn jborr a printed explanation stat it was the purpose of the after passing three trucks in a prnr j row on Highway 63 about threen W5R in Tarpon Sprinas Ra imcasure to prevent anyone who miles south of Tama The autojshc was employed by acUvel souSht nomina smashed into a tree It was AiHinP at th airnnrt in ramnl tlon in thc from receiv Airlines at the aj t in T raining at the time Mrs it at convention rides died instantly T However printed explana f m a bil arf not Dart X k are lhCy controlinS UU i c k anU WASHINGTON Saclarides suffered a Senate has sent to the ileft arm and multiple cuts and ociuiie iias hciit tu me ui m unu muiuiJiu LULD brothers i r k jnd u House a bruises The boy had Pathoulas Mason omnibus housing bill leg fractures possible internal a sist Mrs MU the opm on said AT Pu T u The lova Supreme Court ha The President believes Rus sian and Chinese Communis leaders are most unhappy abou the warm mass receptions h IV A ji i i VKQIIII uialj ICLCUUUUb lit WASHINGTON UPI in many cotjries dur Gen William P Rogers rested at home Friday after a thirc operation for what was de scribed as a completelj benign growth on his voca chords USE THE Want ads often youll find these small ads at a small cost offer Bigger bar gains sell your excess pos sessions for more money give you whopping big re sults in record time ALL GA 34270 ASK FOR AN AD TAKER ing his farranging travels in the last 10 months BOOZER NAMED HAMILTON Mont UPI Garage owner Harry W Boozer has been elected a delegate to the national Prohibition Party presidential convention SAME trimmed to meet some objections of President Eisenhower if BROWNSBORO Tex A smolderingfeud that has longsplit this east Texas town flared into a freeforall fight Thursday night at a school board meeting One man was shot to death four were injured Mercury skids down into 30s The mercury dipped into the 30s the state day setting record Sows for date at Council Bluffs Lamoni Church Tarpon Springs and Ottumwa The chilly readings ranged from 39 at Mason City to 49 at Council Bluffs and Davenport The Council Bluffs reading1 and the school board secI broke the previous low for the retary was charged with datc of 50 degrees set in 1915J murder j Lamoni had 46 below the record 4 of 48 registered in 1916 and lOttumwas 45degree reading IT i I nil X Ti it Manos 6 h N E and hcrsaid construi statut that maternal grandparents Mr andjthe tion nQt wh th Mrs James Zamos T a r p o nLegisiature shoud have said or Springs Fla She was precededmlht haye intend d b t m death by a sister and heriwhat it did paternal grandparents Mentioncd posible outide She was a member of the Stcandidates have been U S Reps Greek 0 r t h o d o xjFred Schwengel Davenport and Charles Hoeven Alton State Republican Chairman Verne Martin and Newton in dustrialist Fred Maytag II Maytag has said however that he is not a candidate and would not accept a draft DES MOINES was far below the old mark of 1 i i i was ioi tjis uau uiaii dential hopeful Lyndon i52 degrees record in 1945 B Johnson will be here I The Weather Bureau said Sunday morning to woo Iowa Democratic presi dential convention dele gates DAY EN PORT A three alarm fire exten showers were likely in the northwest Friday with the rainj spreading over the rest of the states Saturday j BALLS OF FIRE i LANCASTER Tex UPI j The latest bulletin of the First1 North lowan is Alaska crash victim rt lue iaiebi uuueun or me rirsii Sively damaged the 72 ichristian Church has this line yearold Central Turner jn jt The first meeting of the Hall in downtown Davcn Youth Fellowship was hell sicj port Sunday MRS SACLARIDES Garner Recital Club wins more in contest Recital Club of Garner won 52000 and fourth place Thursday in the National Community Acheivc ment Contest sponsored joint ly by the General Federation of Womens Clubs and the Scars Roebuck Foundation The first 81000 was awarded in April when the Recital Club was named one of the ten fi nalists in thc contest The fourth place prize brings thc otal to S2000 First prize of went to Lawton Wom ens Forum Lawton Okla The national judging team Dr Howard Y McClusky pro fessor of adult education at thc University of Michigan Mrs Jean Ogden extension director from the University of Virginia and Richard Renter executive director of CARE visited Garner May 11 with Aliss Chloe Gifforcl president of thc General Fed eration of Womens Club The award was given for Im attempt to do something about thc problem of the com munitys young people leaving Johanna Voy 6 1st NW has received word that her son Larry Stevenson was killed I Tuesday when an airliner I crashed near the peak of 9646 ifoot It Gilbert in Alaska I Stevenson would have cele brated his 26th birthday Thurs day All 14 persons aboard the Pa cific Northern Airlines Constel lation were killed Airline and government agencies said Thursday no ef fort will he made to recover the bodies or the mail the plane was carrying been use of the j danger of avalanches The body jof an unidentified woman was for the big dues Thc club brought down by a rescue team conducted a survey of high Wednesday from the mountain school graduates of 1947 to 60 miles east of Anchorage 1957 to determine what they Stevenson who lived in the thought of their home town Istate of Washington was an air The award was made during Pot believes the national convention of the General Federation of Wo j Stevenson was graduated from mens Clubs now in progress Falls High School and in Washington DC During served five years in the US election of officers Mrs L Navy Lush Ames was defeated by Mrs Voy moved from Iowa Airs Walter V McGie Inki Fails to Mason City two years wood Ohio for the office of ago and is employed at the treasurer jGood Samaritan Home   

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