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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 26, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             Daily Newspaper Edited for C Th HOME EDITION VOL 102 c newspaper Associated asd United International ruU Wirei makes all North I owans MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY MAY 26V19W neighbors 10c ConsUU of Two OM More evidence of plane blast medical investigator said Saturday a chemical burn found on a vic tims body raised the suspicion I The high cost of college New appeals to alumni By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau the na tions colleges and universities prepare to send some 425000 young men and women out into what the old senior song called the cold cold world an in evitably greater number of the class of 1966 are receiving no tice that they have been ac cepted Places in freshman classes will increase by 8 to 11 per cent this autumn according to a re cent survey by the Student Ad missions Center That would mean upwards of 6000 new frosh By 1970 more than 700000 young tmen and women will be graduated each year Where are the the stu to get the money that some type of explosion occurred ori aContinental Air lines jet which crashed Tuesday night Dr Charles L Judd coroner of Putnam County Mo said the burn was found on the body of a stewardess one of the 45 per sons who died when the Boeing 707 jet broke up in the air over southern Iowa Judd said the burn appeared to be some type of chemical burn from a higher grade chemical than jet fuei He said it appeared more suspicious all the time there could have been some type of explosion aboard the plane Officials of the Civil Aeronau tics Board CAB declined to comment immediately on the finding Edward E Slattery Jr public information officer of the said he hoped to have a statement later Judd said the right arm of the not all going to come from government thats for sure The aidtohigh ereducationbill Is passed by the Senatelast FebY6 would have authorized a fiveyear million program It in cluded million annually for construction of academicfacil ities by publicand private in stitutions 924 million f 6 r scholarships and million in matching funds for junior col leges But the House bill had made I no scholarships Nevertheless the federal gov ernment already is paying a goodly portion of the higher education freight andits bound to pay more In a study of October 1961 warning against a too great federafrole in col lege aid Harvard University showed that federal funds ac counted for 25 per cent of thej universitys total budget for 195960 In 1941 the federal con tribution had been 15 per cent Nationwide 20 per cent of all higher education expenditures comes from the federal govern ment Taxsupported institutions of course want the government to spend moreon education The University of Michigans Survey Research Center recently pub lished a survey purporting to show that 52 per cent of heads of families believed that a larger part of the costs of higher education than at pres ent should comefrom taxes Industry increasingly is being asked for larger gifts Finally the institutions and especially the private ones have had to appeal to their alumni more and more earn estly for support The annual giving compaign first developed to any effective degree at Dart mouth now is almost universal among private colleges Dart mouth Harvard Yale Prince ton and many others have com pleted or are in the course of massive additional capital exj pansion programs Princeton alumni in 1961 for example ponied up in annual giving even when in the final year of a million capital gifts campaign j For the student the prospect is grimmer Scholarships and loans have not really kept pace with tuition advances But col lege students under the federal studentloan program begun in February 1959 already have set a remarkable record repaying so far eight times more than fell due In any event somethings got to give The man who entered Columbia in September 1959 will pay more for tuition in his senior year than did in his freshman year Bob Kennedys used to big tea parties WASHINGTON UPI Atty Gen RobertF Kennedy did not plan to be home Saturday after noon His wife was having 3500 women over for tea Kennedy in dicated though that the number doesnt bother him So what we had 3000 a week ago he said Mrs Kennedy invited the women as part of a charity affair for two churches near their McLean Va estate MORE INVADERS HOLLANDIA West New Guinea has dropped an other 150 paratroopers onto West NewGuinea Dutch military sources said latest drop brings to 570 the number of Indonesian troops parachuted in to the disputed territory since May 15 Martha J o y c e Rush 23 Manhattan Beach Calif had extensive The burn area was black and charred hesaid He said this led him to believe that it came from a Hash that came suddenly and then was over Miss Rush was believed to have been working in the tail section of the plane Her body was not discovered until about 42 hours after the crash lying in tall grass some 2 miles main wreckage of the fuselage Judd reached at nearby Union ville Mo said one other body also had a very slight burn He said the FBI took tissues from the burn area to check on the pos sible source Earlier Slattery had confirmed there had been reports that there were powder burns on two of the bodies andthat parts of a tail section bore marks of an explo sion However he had said these reports were in speculative form we have to have something concrete toback it up before wecan say anything It wasreported that the maxi mum insurance coverage 225000 was bought for one passengerjus before the plane took off from Chicago Backgrounds of the pas sengers are being checked inten sively Robert Six Continental presi dent said m Denver the company believes some manmade condi tion tore the plane apart in the air instead of the turbulent weather which the planes crew was trymg to avoid Fragments of the jetliner are being pieced togetheTat the Cen terville fairgrounds Crews wil assemble the wreckage from the rear door back to the tail Anita Anderson overwhelmed by the oc casion breaks into what looks like the twist dance as Gov Nelson A Rockefeller shakes her hand during a tour of downtown Albany The Republican governor is making a series of public appearances in the Al bany area 9f REPAIR HOLE IN BERLIN WALL Bricklayer guarded by East German policeman works to repair a hole in wall between East and West Berlin This Photofax section of the wall was ripped open by one of four mysterious explosions Barbed wire and tank barriers back up the wall on the East Berlin side On the inside Page S9 9 Editorials The Surveyor Church Features Society News Clear Lake Latest Markets Mason City News Comics g Business News 2021 North Iowa News 24 After 17 years Ousts Goren as No 7 in bridge YORK un Charles H orens 17yearold grip on the op spot mthe master point rat ng of champion bridge players has been broken by Oswald Jacoby Alvin Landy executive secre ary of the American Contract Bridge League announced that as of Friday the total number of master points stood at 6530 for Jacoby to 6510 for Goren The figures were official andy said although they still lave to be confirmed by tabu ating machines The JacobyGoren duel is ex pected to continue Landy said with future tournaments offer ng opportunities for changes in the standings Goren on top in the standings since 1946 isfrom New York Jacoby is from Dallas Tex A recapitulation of the long ivalry between the two showed that Jacobys greatest surge ame in the 195961 period Jacoby had amaster total of 1397 points by Jan 1 1942 but pent the next three years in military service and his total re mained the same until 1945 Goren who grabbed the lead n 1944 had 1451 points when Jacoby returned to competition Goren pulled steadily ahead and by the end of 1954 he had more han doubled Jacobys total 4754 to 2345V4 But Jacoby came surging ack and in 1959 and 1961 won he McKenny Trophy given for acquiring the most ma s t e r points during a year By the end of 1961 the score stood 640065 For Goren to 637545 for Jacoby In March of this year just prior to the spring national championship at Lexington Ky t appeared that Jacoby had aken over the lead but the figures were unofficial Goren putscored Jacoby at Lexington and appeared to have hrown off the Texans chal enge However since then Jacoby las scored points in six re gional or sectional champion ships while Goren has taken part in only two regional events Godfrey to be emcee at Music Man show here ARTHUR GODFREY Movie film of space trip is ruined by water ROCHESTER N Y OP The motion picture film record of Americas second manned orbit n space was heavily damaged by sea water and may be of little ise to space scientists Sometime during the period vhen astronaut Scott Carpenters space capsule bobbed in the wa er awaiting pickup enough wa er sloshed into the capsule to reach the pilotobserver camera Eastman Kodak Co spokesmen said The film was rushed here dur nglhe night and a crew of 25 to 30 worked to develop it The film vas of vital interest to scientists 3f the National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA fce ause of the confusion over just what happened during the third orbit and reentiry period into a rescue helicopter from the carrier In repid Carpenterclutched a smaller 35 mm still camera he had carried with him in his cap sule Lt J G William Shufelt of atskill NY said Carpenter told um Ive gotso much invested n this camera I wouldnt want o lose it I went through a lot of effort to get the film Godfrey radio arid television be master of ceremonies na tional press preview of T h e Music Man in MasonCity June 19 it was announced Saturda by Warner Brothers Pictures The preview at t h e Palace Theater will be the climax of the North Iowa Band Festival The festival this year include the national Music Man March ing Band Competition with bands from 30 states competm0 Godfrey the CBS personality and his wife will fly to Mason City from New York via Chi cago in his own airplane the Mike I He will share the limelight with Meredith and Rmi Willson producerdirector Morton Da Costa and Robert Preston and Shirley Jones stars of The Mu sic Man filmed from Willsons musical hit Godfrey previously had an nounced he would be in Mason the evening of June 18 with the Buffalo Bills barbershop quartet appearing on his pro ram The quartet will be the featured attraction at the an nual banquet of the River City Barbershop Chorus Godfrey had indicated he was to be in Davenport June 19 and Saturdays announcement was the first definite word that he would be in Mason City on Band Festival Day PATERNITY SUIT MOUNT SHASTA Calif records re that Terry Miss USA DATEmi221 UPI Hospital vealed Saturday Lynn Huntingdon in the 1959 Miss Universe beau ty contest gave birth to a daughter May 14 Miss Hunting don 22 filed a paternity suit against Hollywood Attorney Ar thur J Crowley 38 last year and the case was continued pending birth of the child Only the Newspape ONLY THE NEWSPAPER is simple enough for grade school pupil to understand but so complete that a college professor cant get along with out it A r 3 j1 V V Iowa Considerable through Sunday with occa sional showers and thunder storms Locally heavy thun derstorms likely south late Saturday Low Saturday 50 north to 60s south High Sun day 70s north to 80s south Outlook for Monday change GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Saturday Maximum Minimum At 8 a m Precipitation Sunrise Sunset v YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 68 51 53 01 68 34 Violent winds in Iowa Tornado in Persia area BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Showers and thunderstorm ontinued their restless wander ng over Iowa Saturday A tornado struck in Harrison County in western Iowa and ioaking rains dampened allthe itate The tornado hit about 5 am Persia a town of about 325 persons No injuries were re ported Roofs off windows and doors broken at the school house and uprooted trees Persons who sighted tnc tor nado funnel said it formed about two miles northeast of there The heaviest rainfall reported was 3 inches at Lineville in the southern part of the state Har ian received 25 inches Albia 2 Pisgah Lenox and Centerville 15 and one inchplus at Keo sauqua Bloomfield Donnellson Turin Davenport Toledo Wil liamsburg Montezuma Fair field Burlington C1 a r i n d a Corydon Greenfield Clutier Cprrectionville Sigourney and Wihterset The soaking ramsare expect ed to continue through the week end and possibly into Monday Highs Friday ranged from 68 at Mason City and Spencerto 83 at Davenport Ot tumwa and Lamoni Overnight lows were from 50 at Masoa City to 59 at Lambhi Near Pekin El lightning struck power lines anda riiaia circuit and dis rupted powerJin the community for severaVhours InythefSpringfield a farm building were flattened and two trucks were overturned by the wind Hail was reported in many sections of West Central Illin ois The state police radio tow er at Macomb was struck by lightning and knocked out Little Binning for1 more than an hour was the police transmitter there A number of trees along the scenic Mississippi River road between Hamilton and Nauvoo 111 were uprooted by the winds A woman was killed and her husband was critically injured when a tornado struck their farmhouse near Anson Tex Pour persons were hurtby a twister at Weatherford Okla Five were injured by a tornado at Dill City Okla N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Eight dead in blast ASBESTOS Que An explosion blew to bits a twostory house in this mining and manufacturing center Firemen reported recovering eight bodies and expressed fear more might be found in the scattered wreckage 35hour week promoted ATLANTIC CITY N J George Meany presi dent of the AFLCIO says he expects the merged labor movement to very seriously consider a nation wide campaign to reduce the standard work week from 40 to 35 hours Such a campaign Meany said likely wall be deliberated by the AFLCIO Executive Council when it meets in August rv v Data received during reentry CAPE Spaced officials here re 15 seconds of telemetry data from astro mut Scott Carpenters capsule during its reentry Thursday which told them he was alive but they tailed to relay the information to the creat ing worldwide anxiety for 46 minutes Defends stocks salesmen Funston president of the New York Stock Exchange told a government inquiry into securities markets that the investigation may give the public the idea a few drops of rain are a thunderstorm Funston sometimes a balky witness thus closed out public hearings into training and sales practices of securities salesmen part of a broader inquiry of the entire securities industry Tells of alleged brutalities WASHINGTON A white man has told a com mittee headed by Eleanor Roosevelt that police tor tured him with an electric probe after he tried to help evicted Negro sharecroppers in Tennessee The ac count related by Eric Weinberger 30 Norwich Conn was one of a number of reports of police bru talities harassments and jailinge the committee heard from Negro and white persons who demon strated for civil rights in the South V 3 S   

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