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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 7, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the The newspaper that mokes oil North lowons neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL in AuocUted Preu United laternaUnul Full MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JUNE 7 1943 i Paper Ccnsltts of Four No 102 Silver anniversary for band festival Milligan to be honored in 25th year of gala event Predicts change in JFKs farm outlook AFTERDINNER TALK Charles B Shuman president of the American Farm Bureau Fed eration has a little after dinner talk with Robert Cooper president of the Charles City Chamber of Commerce at the Industry Recognition Week ban quet at Charles City Shuman was the featured speaker at the banquet 7 death in race fight LEXINGTON N C young Negroes were arrested here Friday on open charges in the after math of a race riot Thursday night that left one white man dead and a newspaper photographer wounded by gunfire Calls for new US program By CHARLES W WALK North Iowa News Director CHARLES of turkey and wheat referendums within the last year will cause the administration to change the direction of its farm pro gram Charles B Shuman presi dent of the American Farm Bu reau Federation predicted here Thursday Defeats in those two referen dums will cause the administra tion to shift away from its pre vious plan for strong govern ment controls on agricultural products Shuman said Just how far this shift will take the Ken nedyFreeman program toward the free market system remains to be seen he added In Charles City for the Indus try Recognition Week observ ance Shuman said the first in dications of this shift already are visible They came he pointed out when Secretary of Agriculture Orville Freeman ex pressed the belief that 6 com pulsory controls on feed grains and livestock are inadvisable The administration has lost touch with the farm people Shuman said and the only way it will regain this touch is to change the direction of its pro gram I think Secretary Free man is flexible enough to make this change Shuman said he was not par ticularly surprised by the out come of the wheat referendum I thought wewould get more than 50 per cent of the votes he said but I was amazed at CHAMPIONS SALUTE 25TH FESTIVAL Lock port 111 Championship Marching Band oi America will be in Mason City Tuesday to salute the Silver Anniversary of the North Iowa Band Festival Here they are as they marched down Federal Avenue a year ago before they had won title champions They will appear in both the morning parade and the eve ning finale of the show as well as on a special KGLO TV performance Ernest 0 Canera is the director of the band Charge youth with murder Lexington city officials went into conference to make plans to check any similar outbreaks of violence in this racially tense furniture manufacturing town of 18000 in Piedmont North Carolina Police gave this rundown of the youths arrested Charles Poole 16 Robert Neal Hairston IB Sonny Cal houn 17 Larry Wayne Winston 16 William Chester Johnson 18 Joe Poole 19 and Roosevelt how accurate our various states appraisals were The results achieved pro vide a refreshing experience and contrast to the general ac ceptance of government inter cntion and aid which has be ome so much a part of our ational way of life he con inued It is also appropriate that armers by their ballots re vealed their traditional love of reedom that has been their teritage since American Cancer takes Zasu Pitts HOLLYWOOD WVZasu Pitts the waveryvoiced comedienne whose career spanned from si lent movies to television died at 63 She was a victim of can cer Violence erupted Thursda Miss Pitts famed for her flutnight on the heels of attempts by tcry hands and plaints of OhlNegroes to gain service at segre1 government supply manage Smith 23 all of Lexington Officers said that Hairston had a homemade zip gun in his possession when arrested Winston officers added had a single load shotgun with him and Johnson was carrying a 22 caliber sawed off rifle noneers homesteaded the new ands of America The defeat of the administra tions proposal culminated the growing frustrations with the By JIMCOLLISON GlobeGazette Staff Writer ALBERT LEA A formal charge of first degree murder was placed against Robert Chap man 22 Albert Lea Friday in Municipal Court The charge was filed by Sher iff Everett Stovern before Judge A K Grinley in the stabbing shooting death of the Rev Ber ner E Nyjordet a Northwood minister Citizens in this community are asking questions about the Rev Mr Nyjordet and getting no answers The grand jury con vened behind closed doors at he Freeborn County Courthouse The defendant a reformatory parolee was not asked to appear before the grand jury Friday County Attorney Robert C to enable Chapman and his de fense attorneys to appear be fore the grand jury which con vened to consider the case Tuveson said there was a le al question as to whether Chap man and his ppear before repeated failures of government pricefixing programs he said The outcome of the referendum demonstrated the confidence o farmers in the market price system and their distrust o Tuveson said filing of the com plaint was a procedural mov dear me last television sej iies Oh Zuj zanna S h was marri to John E Woodall ai real estat broker of Pas a d e na Calif Absent from movies in re cent years Za su is featured as a telephone worked in the ZASU PITTS operator in the Stanley Kramer production soon to be released of Its a Mad Mad Mad Mad World Wistful Zasu started her ca reer as stripling in the silent gated cafes a theater and a bowi ng alley in the downtown area A mob of about 2000 white men gathered on one side of a street bordering the Negro section of the city of 18000 About 100 Negroes assembled on the other side of the street Police said the two groups threw rocks bottles and slicks at each other Some of the bottles were filled with gasoline A Negro girl was struck in the head by a rock Police cars were pelted with rocks and bottles Windows were broken in a near by Negro church Then a barrage of shejts came from the direction of a Negro apartment building Art Richardson 25 a photogra pher Tl for the High Point Enter days with Mary Piekford It was prise was stnlck in the Hc when the talkies came that proJcollapsed into the arms of a dep ducers throught her voice was uty sheriff funny and cast her as a comedij ftTvek cnne the role for which she be124 of Lexington Link died en famous route to a WinstonSalem hospital tient schemes turn to pace 2 Inside The Globe SCI GRADUATES largest class ever Page 18 LONDON PLAYGIRL causes uproar for British Page 2 BAREKNUCKLED priest fills his own teeth Page 3 Editorials NUsen City Ntwt Latest Markets Society News Cemkt Youth fined after incident at StacyviHe OS Minnesota motor ist paid fines totaling justice of the peace court her Thursday on traffic charge growing out of a high speet chase in which the town ma shal of nearby Stacyvillc w injured Richard King 22 Austin Minn was fined SlOO for reck less driving and for failure to have a valid drivers license The marshal Peter Theobald remained in fair condition at a local hospital with injuries suf fered when he was thrown from a commandeered auto during the unsuccessful pursuit attorneys the jury could if no ormal charge had been placed Was the murder motive rob 3ery Would the real motive in olve shocking and distasteful acts No officials would an wer these questions Sheriff Stovern talked amia bly about the weather but said gainst him We wish to give Chapman nd his attorneys every oppor unity available to safeguarc ie procedural rights before the rand jury Tuveson said Tuveson indicated that if the rand jury returns an indict ment the Municipal Cour harge will be dismissed The grand jury convened a 1 am but did nothing unti the charge was filed It then be an the task of choosing a fore man and secretary and late was to begin hearing testimon about the slaying and a confes ion reportedly signed by Chap man a reformatory parolee The body of the Rev Mr Nyjordet 42 pastor of the Silver Lake Lutheran Church was found in a game preserve near Albert Lea May 24 the day after the slaying He had been tabbed 14 limes and shot twice 1 The source said the facts are sure to come out when an in dictment is returned The lates story here is that one of the weapons a hunting knife usec n the stabbingshooting death reportedly has been turned ove to authorities They are stil seeking one in a lake or slougl some 100 miles north of here The judge covered window on the doors leading to t h courtroom Two bailiffs wer guarding the door to the jur room with orders not to permi newsmen or photographers t nothing hooting about case the An stabbing informcd source who has spent several lours with the defendant since lis arrest said There are still many unanswered questions and many facts are still un tnown This answer was in response a statement from the ques tioncr People in the neighbor hood where Chapman lives say authorities are covering some of the facts 82 bands parade Tuesday Champion baton twirler to appear By CARL B WRIGHT GlobeGazette Staff Writer The Silver Anniversary of North Iowa Band Festival spon sored by the Mason City Cham ber of Commerce will be Tues day It is the original and one of the largest annual high school events in America Celebrating its 25 years of suc cess the event is being held this year in honor of one of its founders and the man who has guided it through a quarter of a century of ups and ter Milligan Acting as honorary chairman for the 1963 event he will head the big parade of honored guests former queens 82 bands 77 queen candidates for the title of Miss North Iowa 1963 the Na tional Championship Lockport 111 band and 23 floats and spe cial entries Miss Joyce Rice Greenfield champion baton twirler of Amer ica and former drum major of the Iowa State University Band will spark the parade with verve of champions Reigning Queen Vicki Ross Britt Miss North Iowa of 1962 will preside over the festivities throughout the day and will ride on the Miss North Iowa float in the parade The big parade with all of its features of former years except for the national bands of last years Man Marching Competition will start romptly at 10 am from the lotel Hanford corner the of cial starting point A concert by the Mason City Ul City Elementary Band nder the direction of Stanley Davis is scheduled for am n Central Park Roman Gros slaus Toastmasters Club will master of ceremonies loiter or stand in the area Th judge granted permission f o photographers to take picture in the hallway and outside th court building M 1ft Sperts New Television News 3534 CUMrhedPaes NO ADVERTISEMENT ST PAUL Minn UPI A pedestrian charged Thursday with ignoring a Dont Walk1 sign toSd the judge he thought it was a taxi advertisement North Iowa Weather outlook Cloudy warm and humid through Saturday Showers ex pected Friday night and Sat urday Low Friday tt73 High Saturday in 90s Weather details on page 2 Hultman outlines new liquor laws DES MOINES AP The states new liquor laws which go into effect July 4 have been out lined to members of the Iowa Crime Council by Atty Gen Evan Hultman Hultman said Friday he met with 15 members of the council here Thursday and the liquor law was discussed for five hours The purpose of the meeting was to clear up questions about the new liquor laws so can get off on the right foot when Lhcy go into effect without too much confusion Hultman said The enforcement of the laws will still primarily bo the respon sibility of local law enforcemenl officers although the Liquor Com mission has an enforcement divi sion for that purpose lie added Rut they will have only 13 mci The Crime Council is made up of representatives of all law en brccment agencies in the state lullman said he will meet next Visiting bandmasters and their wives will attend a luncheon at noon at the Hotel Hanford Hon ored guest Composer and Direc tor Paul Yoder Fort Lauder dale Fla will be the luncheon speaker Paul Beiim Mason City High School band director will re ceive the 1962 Mac Award given by the First Chair of America Yearbook and the American School Band Direc tors Association Queen candidates also will have lunch in the Sky Room of the hotel where Don Red Blanchard of KSMN will enter tain them They also will appear in review at the bandmasters luncheon The afternoon program in Central Park will start at 2 pm with the introduction of the queens by Blanchard followed by a scries of concerts starting at pm Hampton under ho direction of L Maurice Frecse Greene under the direc tion of Ray Holtz and Osage under the direction of Sidney Stott will be the guest bands Baseball at Roosevelt Dia Wednesday and Thursday at Spir t Lake with county attorneys at ending their slate convention and outline the new liquor laws to them Special emphasis was placed on problems involving searches sei zurcs and sale of liquor lo minors at the Crime Council meeting Hultman said He said the Crime Council also discussed briefly laws prohibiting the sale of fireworks in Iowa He said several merchants have been asking about the law providing for a fine of or a jail sen tence of up to 30 days for per sons who use sell offer for sale mond starting at pm will be free to everyone Mason City Please turn to page 2 for enforcemenl in the liquor comor keep for sale any fireworks Dewey gives boost to Rocky as nominee NEW YORK UVGov Nelson A Rockefeller has received sig nificant political and personal support from former Gov Thomas E Dewey twice a Re publican candidate for presi dent ami a major figure in the nomination of former President Dwight D Eisenhower Dewey said in an interview that he considers Rockefeller the mission ami most of the Iowa except sparklers and toy cal nominee to oppose Presi SAME DATE W2 112 be up to local officers IsnaUcs dent Kennedy   

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