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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 25, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                34 lovely lassies will vie for Miss Iowa CLEAR L A K contestants from all over Iowa will be participating in the Hiss Iowa Beauty Pageant Thursday through Sunday at Clear Lake The winner will receive more than in prizes along with the title of Iowas most talented and beautiful girl Top prize is a scholarship Miss Iowa also will have a fashion award for the pur chase of a wardrobe for her ap pearance at the Miss America contest in Atlantic City NJ Her allexpense trip will be given by the Miss Iowa pageant sponsors the Clear Lake Jun ior Chamber of Commerce In addition during her years reign Miss Iowa will have the use of a 1963 car Other prizes include luggage clothing jewelry and electric appliances The four run nerups and Miss Congeniality will receive trophies and prizes Miss Congeniality will be se lected by the contestants The new Miss Iowa will be crowned Sunday evening at the Coronation Ball by Lt Gov William L Mooty Joleen Wolf of Des Moines is the retiring Iowa queen Miss Barbara Erickson Miss Clear Lake will act as official hostess during the pageant The schedule includes regis tration Thursday at the Surf Ballroom a p h o tographers hour at on the Carl Fox iawn and KGLOTV appearance at pm Rehearsals will be held all day Friday An illu minated parade of contestants will be at pm Friday Talent shows will be at pm Saturday and Sunday aft ernoon with the Coronation Ball at 8 pm all at the ball room Refer to page 5 for a detailed program of the Miss Iowa fes tivities The contestants are Barbara Flickinger Miss Ames Brnnda Ginger Miss Belle Plainc Linda Lainson Miss Boone County Linda Dav idson Miss Burlington Carol Jo Slach Miss Cedar County Marilyn Grammont Miss Clin ton County Karen Johnson Miss Council Bluffs Cynthia Tenhulzcn Miss Crawford County Carla Barker Miss Cresco Carolyn Northway Miss Dav enport Diane Mallu Miss De corah Dixie Peterson Miss DCS Moines Sharon Moe Miss Fort Dodge Marilyn Randa bush Miss Grinncll Pamela Decker Miss Independence Karen Holland Miss Iowa Falls Linda Newell Miss Jasper County Cnlhie Chandler Miss Knoxvillc Stephanie Smith Miss Lee County Diane Even Miss Macmoketa Janis Gillam Miss Marshall County Sherry Espinosa Miss Mason City Marilyn Dougherty Miss Mo nona Linda Secry Miss New Hampton Carol Boutelle Miss North wood Joyce Van Zee Miss Os kaloosa Cynthia Dalbcy Miss Southwest Iowa Carole Dan quist Miss Starmont Judith Ruseh Mjss Storm Lake Mary Kay Thomas Miss Tama County Margaret McKinstry Miss Washington County Linda Wright Miss Waterloo Janice Fricdrichs Miss Waverly and Linda Jackson Miss Western Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL 103 AMOClated Press and United Preu International Full Lease Wires MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JULY 25 IOC Psper Consist o Two No 143 After years Apact is initialed Rails vote 30day recess Strike threat eased WASHINGTON AP The na tions railroads agreed Thursday to put off for 30 days the posting of new manpowertrimming work rules This averts a threatened nationwide strike next Tuesday Daniel P Loomis president of the Association of American Railroads announced the deci sion at a House Commerce Com mittee meeting Loomis said the 195 carriers involved in the explosive work rules dispute would not impose the changes until am Aug 29 loomis said railroads taking this step in order to co operate with Congress which is considering President Kennedys plan to turn the 4yearold work rules controversy over to the In terstate Commerce Commission The chairman of the House and Senate Commerce committees had requested the delay Wednes day saying Congress didnt have time to act by Monday evening When the request was made Loomis immediate response was to say the railroads would be forced to continue unnecessary payments for work not needed or not performed J E chairman of the National Railway Labor Confer ence told a reporter industry of ficials will confer this morning on their answer to the postponement Must be 1 Charles City gets news OKd by Congress MISS IOWA CONTESTANTS Four ty Margaret McKinstry Miss Wash of the contestants who arrived early ington County and Judith Kusch Miss for the Miss Iowa Beauty Pageant at Storm Lake The fourday pageant be Clear Lake get together for a preregis gan Thursday with most activities tration chat They are left to right Stephanie Smith Miss Lee County Marilyn Grammont Miss Clinton Coun scheduled at the Surf Ballroom Thirty four contestants are competing for the title Ward admits hes totally immoral request Wolfe said the reply will be framed before he and Lomis take the witness stand for the second day of hearings before the House Commerce Committee Its chairman Rep Oren Harris DArk and Sen John 0 Pastore DRI acting chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee said Congress does not have time to act on the Kennedy plan before the work rulesstrike deadline Pastore warned that several senators already have prepared LONDON Stephen Ward opened his defense against vice charges Thursday with testimony that he thor oughly disapproves of women who take money for sex alone He was horrified he said when he learned that Christine Keeler while living in his apart ment had accepted money from War Minister John Profumo in the affair that broke open Brit ains sex and security scandal Questioned by Defense At torney John Surge Ward also resolutions to force a 30day standstill in the dispute But it would be most unfor tunate for Congress to have to take that kind of action Pastore said Harris made his plea for post ponement as the House com mittee opened hearings on the ad ministration plan to have the commerce commission handle work rules issues for the next two years unless the unions and the railroads negotiate a settlement Key issue in the controversy is the makeup of the crews that op erate trains The railroads want to do away with some 60WO jobs including those of 32000 firemen and impose a variety of other rule changes North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy through Fri day Wkkly scattered thwn dershowers mainly iwithwast Thursday night Lows Thurs day w Friday in upper Wtattor 2 Inside The Globe He spot and a new champ was cheered said he informed Britains Se curity Service in August or June 1961 that Profumo was having an affair with Christine while she also was seeing Soviet Naval Attache Eugene Ivanovi Profumo resigned in disgrace fter admitting his affair with Christine and Ivanov went ack to Moscow early this year Before court adjourned for he day Ward heard himself de scribed by his own lawyer as a highly sexed man who has had affairs with a great many wom en and admitted that he was thoroughly immoral But he denied charges that c took money from Christine or her lovers and said he never had been intimate with her RALEIGH NC UPI Wally Ausley a local boy spat a watermelon seed 35 feet and six inches Wednes day The unheralded Austeys remarkable performance as tounded the crowd shamed Big three to formally sign MOSCOW partial nu clear test ban agreement was in tialed Thursday and W Averell Harriman announced it will be signed in Moscow next week by Foreign Ministers of Britain the Soviet Union and the United States The chief US negotiator Brit ish Science Minister Lord Haii sharn and Soviet Foreign Minis ter Andrei Gromyko hailed the agreement banning nuclear weap ons tests in the air outer space and under water Harriman told the treaty will be sigied by Secretary of State Dean Rusk British For eign Secretary Lord Home and Gromyko at next weeks cere mony The three spokesmen announced the action after a threehour meet ing at the Foreign Ministry re ception hall in Spiridonovka Pal ace Harriman told the newsmen hat he had completed a very mportant work Gromyko told nearly 100 as sembled reporters The end has been successful Let us consider this as a basis for further steps Said Hailsham It is the be ginning of many good things News correspondents were called in at pm and told by Gromyko that the document had been initialed The correspondents who had waited in the streets fdr over four hours asked why it had taken so long Gromyko replied We made plans for the future Photofax TEENAGED MOTHER KILLED Mrs Mary E Vance 18 Los Angeles who was struck by an auto mobile in crosswalk while pushing her daughter in a stroller is given aid by two bystanders Her daugh ter Terri Lee 2 is carried to an ambulance by Dale Sabella Mrs Vance later died at UCLA Medical Center Doctors said Terri Lee was in a critical condition with a possible skull fracture The stroller is on sidewalk in back his competitors and broke This presumably was a refcr PIERRE SALINGER ha a bad day with newsmen Page 2 ADC PORTRAITS of 10 Iowa families Page 3 BRAVES MOHAWKS win ball games Page 13 CERRO GORDO County budget shows increase Page 17 CHARLES CITY church has 50th anniversary Page 22 In his testimony Ward alto pictured himself as an artis who liked to have pretty girls around as subjects for hi paintings and that this resultei having relations wrt watermelon festival ree erd The old champion John Alexander once spat a wa termelon seed 34 feet best effort Wednesday was 79 feet but would do it appeared that Then Ausley stepped to the foul line bit off a hunk of watermelon and carefully se lected likely seed with his tongue He held seed be ence to other issues dividing the East and West Premier Khrushchev for ex ample wants the agreement fol lowed up quickly by a nonaggres sion pact between the Atlantic Al liance and its Communist equiva lent the Warsaw Pact powers For time it was feared that this question might hold up the nitialing of the limited test ban agreement Harriman and Hail sham were authorized only to ne Canada had same battle in his them Ward 50yearold osteopath artist and playboy with man friends in high places said he did not consider Christine Keel er a prostitute He testified that if he had thought she was tak ing money for intimacies with men while living in his apart ment he certainly would not have allowed her to continue living there The middleaged playboy add ed that he never received a cent from Profumo or Miss tween his teeth wafting air it to dry it off Then he leaned his 200 pound frame forward squint ed and loosed a mighty spi that brought gasps of der from the crowd Its just a matter of con ditioning said Ausley mod estly Editorials 4 Clear Lake news S47 Society news MIU Sports news 1314 Latest U Mason City news Transport timetable Keeler as lationship a result of their re Classified pages 2121 ONE HORSE TOWN ST LOUIS Mo the unceremonious swoop of a bulldozer Wednesday the city removed one of the last two re maining horse troughs in town Kennedy to speak to US on test pact WASHINGTON dent Kennedy will make a radio television address to the nation on the nuclear test ban treaty Friday at 5 pm CST the White House announced Thursday The Presidents appearance will be carried live by the three major radiotelevision networks and by the mutual broadcast ing system on radio gotiate on the test ban if Kennedy Mac send note to Charles de Gaulle PARIS Ken nedy and British Prime Minis ter Harold Macmillan sent per sonal letters Thursday to French President Charles de Gaulie about the Moscow nuclear test By ROGER LANE AP Business News Writer NEW YORK the railroadu n i o n struggle over work rules intensifies in the United States a Canadian solu tion to the focal issue grind slowly and peacefully onward The combatants here have paid it little mind Four years have elapsed since Canadian railroads met the key issue in the US ing firemen from freight train and switchyard dieset locomo tive cabs The Canadian Pacific Railroad in 1958 and the Canadian NaI tional Railway a year later won the fire Union continues picketing CHARLES Charlei ity Press resumed publication Thursday although a typo graphical union strike which be gan June 27 continued and picketing prevailed Paul Bumbarger publisher and coowner of the newspaper with Keith Powell said Our good friends in the newspaper business who didnt want to see us go down the drain made it possible for us to resume pub lication These friends helped us as semble a crew of skilled pro duction people who will put out Thursdays paper This is the first strike in the 67year his tory of the Press Bumbarger said Local 893 of TypographicaI Union involving nine men went on strike over wages fringe benefits such as holidays off vacations sick leave and some other issues He said that the 11 nonpro duction people continued on the job despite the printers strike Their salaries have been paid by management throughout the strike Union members are going to the Charles City merchants with a request that they refrain from advertising in the Charles City Press Daie Rowe presi dent of Local 893 of the Inter national Typographical Union said Thursday He described the seven print ers working at the Press as professional strike breakers They came to Charles City in car with a Texas license he said and were brought to work Thursday by Bumbarger in his car Union members are being paid 60 per cent of their reg ular wages by the international union during the strike Rowe Its potential fruits from the management standpoint have been only 30 per cent realized and it might take another 20 years to harvest them complete ly Some parallels mark the pros ent US and former Canadian tuations most notably search ng surveys by government reported Neither side has approached the other since the strike started man off an agreement The notes informed De Gaulle about the Moscow talks and the agreement that was initialed in Moscow banning further nu clear test explosions in the air outer space and under water Diplomatic sources specu lated that the notes appealed to De Gaulle to agree to cal off further French nuclear tests but this was not confirmed of jficiaUy ight The two are Canadas only major Of THE NEWS Union scale at Charles City has been an hour The union demand was 28 cents an lour over a three year period Managements last offer was 12 cents an hour over three years rail lines The United States has 103 lines Firemen now are in th process of being dropped fron lanadian crews by attrition Those who die retire or move to other jobs are not being replaced But the victory came on terms unattractive to US rail road executives and no more appealing to union men ppoinled commissions In Canada the recommcnda lons of a royal commission eadcd by a judge of the iominions Supreme Court were icccpted by both ngly by the union A US presidential conimis ion headed by a former federa udgc after 15 months study proposed a solution that the rail roads accepted The five on rain unions with 200000 mem jers rejected it The Canadian settlement was limited to the fireman off is sue whereas in the United States a multiplicity of work rules af fecting brakcmen switchmen engineers and conductors as well as firemen is involved T h r t additional demands were made at noon the day the strike started Bumbarger re ported Marvin DeWeerdt Roc kford 111 international union representative submitted the following Overtime work by the printers should be discontinued which would require the hiring of or more additional printers Bumbarger said the men had been working 44 or more houri turn to page I The two Canadian roads started with a total of 5100 fire men in freight and yard service as against nearly 40000 on US lines Under settlement terms the Please turn to 2   

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