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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 13, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION VOL W The newspaper that makes all North lo vans neighbors Associated Press and United Press alternation U Wires MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JUNE 13 1961 7c a Copy Paper Consists of Three SectionsSection On No 212 Weatherman again smiles on bands Jobless pay bill offered Permanent plan sought WASHINGTON dent Kennedy submitted to Con gress Tuesday legislation to es tablish a permanent federal pro gram for extending unemploy ment compensation benefits dur ing recessions The proposal would eliminate the need for new legislation during each period of economic stress to extend benefits to workers who have exhausted their regular benefits It also would extend unemploy ment compensation coverage to more than 3 million additional workers including employes of small firms nonprofit organiza tions and agricultural process ing workers The President in a letter of transmittal to the House and Senate asked for permanent au thority to grant additional com pensation and called for prompt and favorable consid eration by the Congress KENNEDY said that although the bottom of the current reces sion had passed 48 million Americans still were unem ployed and 900000 of them had been out of work for more than six months Although a number of legis lative measures to attack the problem are pending Kennedy said he thought additional ac tion was necessary to help alle viate suffering of unemployment workers and their families and stabilize the economy by in creasing the purchasing power of such workers In general Kennedys plan embraces most of the provisions Queens of yesteryears lead off North Iowa Band Festival parade N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Assassination in Chicago took a livery service driv er for a gangstyle ride and left his bullektorn body in a car parked in the heart of Chicagos loop fi nancial district The body of a man identified as L C Smith 39 was found sprawled headdown in the back seat of his car Economy shows pickup reports for May indicate a strong pickup in heavy industry and a lengthening of the factory work week the Labor Department reported The May reports contain some CLOUDY incorporated in the emergency signs of optimism and indicate the economy is ris bill recently passed by Con ing faster than normal for the season gress He wants the states to in crease their benefits An indi vidual worker would be entitled to half his former regular wage up to a fixed maximum Re quired maximums would be at least half the statewide average weekly wage in 196466 60 per cent of the state average in 196668 and 66 per cent after Jan 1 1968 Other developments DELINQUENCY national parents group told Congress that it counted 144 TV murders 53 justifiable killings several massacres and other assorted mayhem and brutality in a single week of television view ing last fall The group the National Association for Better Radio and Television said TV crime and violence represent a real danger to American Chil dren Clara S Logan presi dent of the association made the statements in testimony be fore a Senate Juvenile Delin quency subcommitee The sub committee also summoned Hugh OBrian star of TVs Wyatt Earp series in its hearings to determine whether television contributes to juven ile delinquency Westland Rep Jack West land RWash onetime US Amateur golf champion has emerged as the surprise front runner for the post of Chair man of the Republican con gressional campaign commit tee Key republicans have launched a behindthescenes campaign to avoid a partysplit ting fight between the two avowed candidates one close Mission reaches Cuba American mission to exchange tractors for prisoners arrived by air and was greeted by middleranking officials of Prime Minister Fidel Castros government The fourman team of tech nical experts has the avowed hope of working out a satisfactory tractors for prisoners trade in the next couple of days Gromyko assails US Foreign Minister Andrei Gro myko bitterly accused the United States of blocking a neutrality agreement on Laos and seeking un realistic control powers Festival paradea study of reactions Iy associated with former Vice President Richard M Nixon and the other with Sen Barry Goldwater Aged lowan killed after car hits water OAKLAND UP Harriet Jen nie Cakebread 82 Des Moines was killed and a traveling com panion was injured Tuesday when their car went out of con trol after striking deep water on Highway 6 Mrs Cakebread was a passenger in a car driven by Ruthanna LeMar 57 secre tary in the Iowa Federation of Labor in DCS Moines Mrs Cakcbreads body was thrown from the car Miss LcMar suf fered bruises and possible broken ankle By JIM COLLtSON The North Iowa Band Festival parade is the story of thousands of reactions their carnival spirit their fourhour long watching and waiting The festival is the story of one little girl who walked the pa rade route wearing a cardboard box with advertising printed on it Well it is a job anyway one onlooker said The festival is the story of the busiest spot in Mason City from 10 am to comer of State and Federal The crowd at this spot seemed larger this year than in recent years THE FESTIVAL is the story of many mothers and grand mothers and fathers too hold ing babies and young children who find the almost endless flow of marching bands the cause of fatigue The festival is the story of the little daughter of Miss Nora Springs for 1947 The little girl started the pa rade sitting next to her mother and waving away just asfast as her little arms could manage a first place commend ation to the fattest base drummer But no base drummer in theparade really filled the bill SO THE FOLLOWING bands are nominated for hav ing the prettiest base drum mers The St Ansgar band and the Garrigan band The top three bands in the Noisiest Band classifica tion are The Kanawha band Roosevelt Junior High School band the Monroe Junior High School Band The Kanawha band gels the Top Award for having the smallest base drummer The Kanawha and North Central rank among the bet tcr bands in the parade The North Central band certainly was one of the most colorful units The stu dents were dressed in red black white gold and blue striped outfits THE KANAWHA band too was colorful with white uni forms and purple hats and sashes One a w a r d is left The First Annual GlobeGazette North Iowa Considerable cloud ness with occasional shower and thunderstorms throug Wednesday Cooler Tuesda night lows 5763 Highs Wed nesday 7682 Iowa Considerable cloudiness with showers and thunder storms Tuesday night and continuing in east and centra Wednesday Cooler Tuesda night lows 50s north to lower 60s south Highs Wednesdaj 70s north to near 80 south Further anc thunderstorms extreme east partly cloudy and a little warmer west Thursday Minnesota Mostly cloudy show ers Cooler Highs Wednesday in high 70s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am T Maximum 91 Minimum 63 At 8 am 72 Precipitation 40 Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum 63 Minimum 54 SAME Diplomat is seduced charged with spying FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES C Seal Deck a husky greying U S diplomat was arrested as a spy Tuesday on charges he passed American secrets to a Polish Communist agent this year while serving with the US Embassy n Warsaw Sen J William Fulbright chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations committee said a woman was involved I was told that a Polish blonde seduced him and then blackmailed him Fulbright said SCARBECK 41 was picked up on a Washington street by two FBI agents who said in a Eichmann plans his defense JERUSALEM UPI One from now the world will egin hearing from Adolf Eich nanns own lips his reasons why he should not be convicted f being historys worst mass murderer The Israeli prosecution Mon ay night all but completed itsia vomonthlong presentation of complaint seeking warrant that Scarbeck had admitted the charges in signed m en t charge made public by Atty Gen Robert F Ken nedy He said Scarbeck an arrest Award He got it among Othe reasons for loyalty Scarbeck 41 is a native o Brooklyn NY He attended th College of the City of New Yor and New York University from 1936 to 1939 Twice married h has four children FBI Director J Edgar Hoov er said Scarbeck was arrestec on a warrant charging that froir January through May of thi year he transmitted classified information affecting the se curity of the United States to an agent of the Peoples Republic of Poland The FBI investigation Hoovei said was based on information initially developed by the secur ity office of the American Em bassy in Warsaw vidence that Eichmann has on is conscience the slaughtering f six million Jews during Ger nanys Nazi era The court now is in a week ong June nable Eichmanns hardpressed ttorney Dr Robert Servatius complete preparation of the efense Morrison is named OAS ambassador WASHINGTON ent Kennedy Tuesday named ew Orleans mayor De Lesseps lorrison as the new US am assador to the Organization of merican States Morrison has en mayor of the Louisiana ty for 15 years not involved SCARBECK in a spy ring In June 1959 Scarbeck was one of the 113 employes of the State Department decorated with the Meritorious Service CONVICTION UNDER the charges lodged against Scarbeck carries a fine of 510000 10 years imprisonment or both Scarbeck was first employed Take heed North Iowa bandsmen VENTURA Calif the State Department he was Hardina 14 says he is giving officer for the US high by the State Department in July 1952 and was assigned here until 1954 when he was transferred to San Francisco He was commis sioned as a foreign service of Kcer in late 1956 He received his assignment to Warsaw in December 1958 Prior to his employment by up baton twirling A mighty toss sent Steves baton so high in the air that it struck two 4000volt power lines with these consequences A 10block area of the city was blacked out for an hour A grass fire was started A radio station was knocked off the air commissioner in Germany CALORIE CRAZY WASHINGTON aver age American may be talking diet but hes eating his words On the average each man woman and child ate 169 pound of candy in 1960 In 1959 the figure was 168 Halfway through the parade Award for Action Beyond the route the little girl was tiring When the parade ended the little girl was sound asleep on her mothers lap Hoping to get some new ap proach to viewing the parade this newspaper set out to give Call of Duty This award goes to the boys dressed as clowns who followed up the participants in the Trail Riders units and kept busy with a special sani tation detail GLENWOOD ON TELEVISION The Glenwood High School Band performs before television cameras at the start of the North Iowa Band Festival parade here Tuesday The band came 300 miles to participate in the nations largest high school band festival It is one of 81 visiting bands limile parade of color 15000 jam the route The nations biggest high school band festival held its 23rd parade in Mason ity Tuesday The North Iowa Band Festival parade was cheered by some 15 000 spectators who lined the mile route to see the 81 visiting and 5 local bands and 22 floats and cheer the 81 queen candidates for the title of Miss North Iowa Despite rain showers until after midnight the parade maintained its 23 year record of never having been rained out although it was postponed to afternoon one year Humidity was high however and the temperature was at 75 despite cloudy skies The tempo was fast and the color was in full bloom A FLOAT FOR the Mason City Lions Club stole the show Lions are good sports the banner on the car announced Driving the vehicle was a big buck The car was carrying two dead hunters If youve to be in the parade one spectator said I cant think of a better way than that Distinguished guests leading the parade were Mayor and Mrs George E Mendon Mr and Mrs Bob Douglas and Mr and Mrs Paul Yoder Douglas was band festival chairman and Yoder is the guest conductor for massed band performance THERE WERE bands garbed in shorts but others sweltered in woolen uniforms as they toiled up the hill to the end of the parade The twohour parade ushered in he day of events which included bandmasters luncheon at noon uncheon for the queen candi iates luncheon for the returning ueens of 1946 and their families oncerts in the park ball game nd the big evening show which limaxes the day with the crown ig of Miss North Iowa 1961 This years band festival is also le testing ground for the alltime estival planned for next year the Music Man will re urn to River City with the stars nd producers of the film version f Meredith Willsons Broadway musical hit now being filmed in ollywood ROBERT QUINN Warner rothers press representative as in Mason City Tuesday scouting to make plans for the Music Man festival Out standing bands from all 50 states of the Union will be in vited next year Miss Dorothy Schott Joice reigns as queen of the day and the Glenwood High School Marching Band is the featured band of the day It came 300 miles to participate Paul Yoder wellknown com poser from Ft Lauderdale Fla is the featured conductor who will lead the massed bands of some 5000 players in the grand finale of the night show at Roosevelt Stadium AN ADDED feature of this years show is the return of the 1946 queens with Mrs Arvid Liindell of Greene Miss North Iowa of 1946 The returning queens and their families are juests of the Mason City Cham er of Commerce throughout the day with the womens di vision of the chamber as their losts The entire event is sponsored by the Mason City Chamber of iommerce which provides the noon meal and travel expenses or the visiting bands and their lueen candidates On the inside Editorials Page 4 North Iowa News t Society News 1011 Sports 1304 Comics Tft Clear Lake News Mason City JOJl Latest Markets Farm and Livinf Pulltut Uctitft   

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