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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 20, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for VOL 102 The news pope r Associated Presi and United Preic International Full LOBE HOME EDITION that niiakes all North I o wans MASON WEDNESDAY JUNE 20 W2 ncig hbors v UOc Paper Consist ot Four No Ill aaa I How to get executive order Sounds hard and it is By JANE GUARDIAN WASHINGTON AP Presi dent Kennedys latest executive orderhot off the White House out a dozen easytotake steps for getting an executive order to the Presidents desk The White House produced the new order Tuesday the last sent to Kennedy under a 14yearolc order on orders From now on when a govern ment agency wants the President to issue an executive order or a proclamation the outfits boss must supply a letter explaining and justifying the request This has been the practice the White House said The new order limply makes it formal A few things to watch in whip ping up a proposed executive or der and punctuation Un der provisions of the order the style has to conform to the Gov ernment Printing Office manual title A proposed order or proclamation has to have a suit able one names They must be spelled in line withthe deci sions of the Board on Geographic Names paper its on Proposed executive orders and proclama tions shall be typewritten on pa per approximately 8 x 13 inches shall have a lefthand margin of approximately inches and a righthand margin imately1 inch of approx Once those details are out of the way the orderproposer submits his seven copies budget along with a letter na ture purpose background and ef fect Everything straight now OK get to work Answer to Ozarks proposal delayed ST LOUIS Air Lines Pilots Association has delayed its answer to a proposal by Ozark Airlines for binding arbitration in a dispute in which the pilots have threatened to strike against the company at midnight Briday In a telegram to Ozark officials of the i union said Tuesday they wanted to sound out jinion mem Dave Beck goes to penitentiary in a limousine SEATTLE UP Millionaire Dave exboss of the Tea miterY Union began the to prison Wednesday Beck party headed for Tacoma 30 miles away with US Marshal Donald F Miller and Becks lawyer Charles S Burdell following in a car be hind Beck will serve a fiveyear term at McNeil Island peniten tiary near Tacoma for filing two fraudulent union income tax returns Beck in the back of a limousine driven by a Team sters Union official i FUSSY TYPE WASHINGTON am bulance rushed to a shopping center Tuesday where a woman had fainted in 90degree heat The prostate woman opened her eyes and asked if the ambulance was airconditioned When told it wasnt she dismissed the driv ers with instructions to call one of those private airconditioned ones Convicted Iowa slayer is sane DES MOINES tf Gov Norman Erbe said Wednesday that an examination by a board of doctors indicates that con victed slayer Charles E Kelley is sane The governor said that any decision as to clemency for Kelley whois sentenced to hang July 18 will await his possible request to the Iowa Supreme Court for a rehearing The high court has given Kelley 21 of Minneapolis until July 2 to request a rehearing Kelley and a companion Charles Noel Brown 29 of Bed ford Ind were convicted in the 1961 fatalshooting of Alvin an Internal Revenue Service employefrom Walnut in an attempt to commandeer Dentists in Britain to get cut in wage LONDON UPI Britains governmentemployed dentists will have to take a 59 per cent cut in average pay starting July 2 The ministry of health said the new average salary would be a year Compared with in 1961 Under Britains socialized medicine the coun trys dentists receive a token fee from patients and the bat ance from the government News in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Assails sugar act WASHINGTON Sen Paul H Douglas DI1I assailed a Housepassed measure to extend the sugar act for five years as a scandalous bill that favors a fewwealthy foreign cane growers Douglasde nounced the bill as the Kennedy administration launched a Senate drive to restore key featured de signed to halt an estimated million a year in premiums paid to foreignproducers Ford strike continues DETROIT Negotiations between Ford Motor Co and the United Auto Workers union moved to Cleveland as both the company and union issued statements on their positions on issues involved in a strike at a key stamping plant The strike which be gan June 6 at Fords Walton HillsOhio plant near Cleveland has idled 70000 Ford workers Counterfeit ring smashed I Secret Service agents and police have struck here and intwo other American cities in a swiftattempt to crusha U SCanadiari ring spe cializing in counterfeit money orders accept refugees MACAO The government of this tiny Portu guese colony officially announced it would provide safe haven for all refugees from Red China Charges juggling of stockpiles WASHINGTON A deputy director in the Of fice of Emergency Planning OEP testified that President Dwight Eisenhowers defense mobilizer juggled stockpile target objectives merely to boost lo sounu ouc union memtne Price zincWilliam N Lawrence told Senate in bers on the proposal advanced by vestigators that a fouryear million zinc pur Ozark President Joseph H Fitzchase program was nothing more than a price sup pqrt program his car in Council Bluffs Brown is scheduled to hang July 24 quoted the examing board as saying that Kelley tends to show angry and impulsive be havior He has carried resent ment and even to this day fan tasies killing as a means of re lieving his anger As far as we can tell he has never been able to form significant close relation ships nor has he shown loyalty or any sense of responsibility or good judgment However the doctors said Our summary impression is that this man is not psychotic is not men tally deficient and has no organic brain damage They added they found no evi dence that Kelley ever had lepsy The governor said he was con cerned about Kelleys mental con dition and asked for the examina tion because of occasional referr ences to some mental disorder on Kelleys part He added that state law permits mental examinations of con demned persons and commutation of the sentence for those found to be mentally deficient The report to Erbe was signed by Dr William S Mocller super visor of the outpatient depart ment of the University of Iowa Psychopathic Hospital Dr Ernst Niedermeyer of the hospital and Dr Lowell Neveln Rusk fails to budget DeGaulle PARIS Secretary of State Dean Rusk Wednesday be gan a round of consultations with North Atlantic Treaty Organiza tion military and political leaders aftera meeting with French Pres ident Charles de Gaulle that made no real progress toward smooth ing differences between France and the United States Rusk arrived in Paris on Tues day for the first stop on a West European tour to shore up the uni ty of NATO American sources said his initial talk with De Gauile the French leader On the inside Society News Pages 8910 Editorials Clear Lake News 1819 Sports 2122 North Iowa News 26 Cbhiics 28 Latest Markets 32 Masorf City News 3233 New Bell contract ratified by union OMAHA Neb UPI Em ployes of Northwestern Bell Telephone will receive immedi June 1 DIRECTOR DIES became a top motion picture di Vicki Ross of Britt chosen Miss N Iowa Footbridge dedicated to Willson The Meredith Willson Foot bridge was officially dedicated Tuesday afternoon in a cere mony conducted by Mayor George E Mehdon Willson the home town boy for whom the bridge is named and who featured the structure in his productions of The Music Man promised to come back to Mason City and shine up the plaque with my coat sleeve The plaque carrying the name has not ar rived The mayor read in full the City Council resolution naming the bridge for the composer and expressing ap p re c i ation for Willsons loyalty to Mason City and fact that he has dur ing his lifetimebrought honor and fame to the city of Mason c and continues to do so at every opportunity A certified copy of the resolu tion was given to Willson who expressed himself as over whelmed by the honor The ceremony began with participation by theMayor Willsbn Willsons1wife Earl Hall Band Festival general chairman But it wound Up with Willsons brother Cedric Mrs 1 llJL L V U j IfilO ate pay raises averaging Hall and then other relatives cents an hour and retroactive friends invited into a dis to May 27 D K Gordon Discussion of old times in Mason trict 7 director of Mrs Hall presented a gift tions Workers of A m e r i c a made the announcement after of the 6116 Willsons wife Rini The mayor noted that pr eon e ecessor of Willsons boyhood days But were certainly glad we ntil itiiaiuij gldu We HOLLYWOOD Frank had the bridge when you were Borzage 69 who came to Hoihere so you could the lywood as an actor in 1913 and story about it A large crowd was on hand v IF ao uii 11 a i 111 rector died Tuesday of cancer for the dedication which began Borzage known for his tender with the brief ceremony at the love stories won Academy south end of the structure and Awards in 1927 for Seventh then moved to for a Heaven and in 1931 for Bad view of the stream and sur Girl Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average near normal with only minor daily changes Thursday through next Mon day Normal highs are in the 80s and normal lows from the 50s extreme north to the 60s elsewhere Rainfall will aver age 10 inch or less occurring mostly as isolated thunder showers North Iowa Fair to partly cloudy through Thursday A few thunderstorms east Wed nesday evening lows in the 50s Highs Thursday in the low 80s Iowa Fair to partly cloudy through Thursday with a few thunderstorms extreme east Wednesday evening L o w s Wednesdaynight 50s north to near GO south Highs Thurs day in the 80s Further out cloudy with little temperature change Friday Minnesota Partly c 1 o ii d y warmer Highs T h u rsday around 80 Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum go Minimum 55 At 8 am 65 Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 7f 44 WOOLWORTH DIES NEW YORK B Woolworth 60 a member oj the fiveanddime store family died Tuesday of uremic poison MEREDITH MAKES IT was animated friendly and Vicki Ross Britt already had received searching but that it didnt budge her crown and robe designating her as tk It T iivi in IUSM u ciummaie me rtanu Miss North Iowa of 1962 when Mere activities at feoosevelt Stadium Press photo by Charles Knoblock dilli Willson decided to make her coro nation official She gets a big hug and kiss to culminate the Band Festival day No 1 bond honor goes to Illinois By PHIL CURRIE GlobeGaiette Staff Writer A pretty darkhaired girl from Britt arid a snappy synchronized band from Illi nois took over the Iowa Band Festival spot light Tuesday night that had centeredoh Meredith Willson and the Music Man stars most of the day Vicki Ross a fine musician in her own right was crowned queen of the 1962 Music Man Band Festival at Roosevelt Sta dium before a capacity audi ence of about 15000 It included 119 bands and a large number of press and Hol lywood personalities The Lockport Township High School Band of Lqckport HI won thevstiffest marchingband coatest in the nation against 28 top bands from across the coun try By winning first 113 mcmber Lockport unit clircbted by Ernest O Carieva earned more anmusic in strumerits arid a trip to Chicago New York and Philadelphia and Washington where per form for President Kennedy Meredith Willson Mason Citys own Music Man who wasthe honored guest during the day placed the crown on Miss Ross arid a big kiss on her cheek Its been so wonderful so nice I cant seem to say any thing more Vicki said after master of ceremonies Ken Kew announced her as the new Miss North Iowa She choked back tears of joy Vicki was escorted to the center of the field by Elaine Douglas Osage the 1961 Miss North Iowa Miss Ross daughter of Mr and Mrs Don Ross is a senior at Britt High School Her musical background fittingly enough in cluded first chair French horn bass sextet vocalist with the swing band the mixed chorus vocal trio and the glee club She also was a baton twirlcrand a cheerleader Second place in the band com petition went to Bossier City La which will receive a elec tronic organ third place Leba non Pa a stereo tape recorder fourth place Plainview Tex 100 music stands valued at fifth place Sydney Lanier High School Montgomery Ala a directors stand valued at The Lockport band which inci dentally was the only group whose emale members wore skirts in stead of the more familiar band slacks stressed musicianship rather than showmanship in its preparation for the contest ac cording to director Caneva Im not opposed to showman ship the 54yearold Caneva said Tuesday night but the mu sic does suffer if there is too much show We concentrate on playing a sweet bit of good mu sic We put in about 16 hours a week in rehearsals this spring Caneva said We practiced what ever time we could sandwich in Between the baseball games and the track meets A lot of the men n the band also participated in hese sports he explained The winning band announce ments were made by Earl Hall general band festival chairman and the awards were made by Bob Douglas festival cochair man In addition to the naming the winning queen and bands there were other highlights during the evening to cap the   

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