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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 29, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             Doily Newspaper Edited for The newspaper that mokes all North lowans neighbors ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL ud laUruiiaul Ui MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JULY Jt IH3 Paper Coniltii d Two SectlCBfSection No US Wonderful like a Carolyn Shes greeneyed blonde Davenport lass i is Miss Iowa By CARL WRIGHT Radiantly beautiful blonde and greeneyed Carolyn Jane Northway 19 Davenport was crowned the new Miss Iowa Sunday night by LI Gov Wil liam L Mooty before a crowd of more than 2000 persons at the Surf Ballroom Clear Lake It was one of the most elab orately planned and perfectly executed coronation balls of the 13 years of the Miss Iowa Pageant It was also the sec ond time that Davenport has had a winner Miss Sally Neville having won the honors three years ago MISS IOWA AND North way 19 Miss Davenport center wascrowned Miss Iowa to represent this state in the Miss America contest at Atlantic City NJ in September The runnersup were standing fromleft Barbara Flick inger Miss Ames of Edina Minn first runnerup and Margaret McKinstry Miss Washington of third runnerup and seated from left Linda Davidson Miss Burlington of Burlington inches second runnerup and Marilyn Dougherty Miss Mo walked nona of Llkader fourth runnerup for body of youth opera tion continued Monday for the bodyof Richard Happcl 18 son of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Hap pel Boorie He drowned Sunday afternoon while swimming in Lake Cor nelia southwest of here Sheriff Robert Sleeker said the youth had swum to the buoy about 225 yards from shore and was returning when he disap peared A girl friend Marsha Arnold 18 of Stanhope was swimming in shallow water near the shore when he went down She suf fered shock but was later re leased from a hospital here Rescue units from Clarion Webster City Iowa Falls Jew ell Humboldt and Belmond have assisted in the search for the body Skin divers were called to assist 3 Hampton youths hurt HAMPTON Carol Krell 16 daughter of Mr and Mrs Ken neth Krell Steven May 17 son of Mr and Mrs Harold May and Ramona Schumacher 17 granddaughter of Chris Schu macher all of Hampton are hospitalized following an acci dent about midnight Sunday May was driving the finished CAROLYN GETS A KISS FROM PARENTS D wont sign Miss Northway daughter Mr and Mrs E E Northway Downers Grove 111 was every inch a queen for her 5 feet 5 down the red carpeted runway wearing the crown of Miss Iowa her whiteformal gown and her robe accented by abouquet of American Beauty roses7 Tv Its just wonderful like a little girls dream come true but one you never expect to come true she said after the coronation She danced the first dance with her father to the music of Moon River played by the Jules Herman Orchestra The new Miss Iowa is a per fect 352335 wears a size dress is a natural blonde with green eyes and ivory complex ion Her hobbies are many dancing swimming and water skiing A sophomore majoring in music at Marycrest College Davenport she played a piano solo Etude in D Flat by Liszt as her contest number Miss Northway has been studying music nine years She was soloist with the West Sub urban Symphony Orchestra Chicago and has taught piano She plans to continue her studies at Marycrest College Asked about her plans for the coming year by Master of Cere monies Ken Kew she said This I cant answer I know what comes next She had already won the popular acclaim of he audience when Miss Joleen Wolf reigning queen turned over the scepter and mantle to her Miss Northway is the second oldest of a family of eight chil dren ranging in ages from 21 to a yearandahalf Her fath er is in the automobile business MISS IOWA 64 RELAXES BY POOL SHE HEARS HER NAME PMIIS AP President He also rejected any Europeaning point it still left the world in Charles de Gaulle said Monday jnonaggression pact as proposed I danger France will not sien Mownvu hv fho Snvipf TTninn af it i Mt aliu IVLUtlUdJ cttl gins France will not sign the Moscow j by the Soviet Union at the Drivein here He lost control of the car as he turned off a blacktop road onto gravel two miles north and a halfmile east of Hampton The ear rolled over into the ditch on the opposite side of the road May and Miss Krell were transferred to the Mercy Hospi tal Mason City Monday morn ing Miss Krell was reported in critical condition Mays condi tion is fair Miss Schumacher is in fair condition at the Franklin Coun ty General Hospital here North Iowa Weather outlook Fair end warmer to halt nuclear testing above ground in space or under water De Gaulle said that since France would never strike the first btow such a nonaggression pact would be needless The president was referring to proposals advanced by the Rus sians in their recent talks with the United States and Britain that the limited nuclear test ban treaty by the three powers be tied into a European nonaggres sion pact Premier Khrushchev has publicly asked for it and the United States and Britain agreed to take up this subject with their allies Parity ckwdy Ttmday fcifhs in mid Wtcttwr France solemnly declared through the voice of the president of the Republic that there will the ban talks with the United and Britain The test ban pact was initialed last week Addressing a crowded news conference De Gaulle said France will call for a gener al conference on disarmament be fore the end of this year He declared that France will halt its own nuclear program only if the United States and the Soviet Union agree to destroy their nuclear stockpiles He said the disarmament con ference should consider the de struction of stockpiles and the de struction of vehicles such as missiles and deliver ing nuclear bombs This is in line with longestab lished French France would resign from the nuclear club only if the club itself is dis never be any aggression by banded France Our participation in a De Gaulle said that while the pact of nonaggressioo is hence j Moscow agreement might be con without purpose sidered a good thing as a start It has not lifted the atomic menace which weights on the world he said None of the signers has renounced the use of atomic weapons and hence the position of the world has not been changed in any way 5 in one family die YORK NY fl mem bers of one family were killed Sunday in the collision of a tractortrailer truck and an au tomobile at an intersection Edward P Duea 58 of St Cloud Minn and his wife Laurene 51 were injured fa tally along with their 34year old daughter and her two sons The daughter Mrs Jackson P Bucey of nearby Caledonia was riding in her parents car with her two sons Jackson Jr 7 and Robert 4 and her daugh ter Patricia 10 in Chicago While at Clear Lake she was a guest of Mr and Mrs Richard Van Slyke Barbara Kay Flickinger 17 Edina Minn entered as Miss Ames was the first runnerup She is a student at Iowa Slate University Linda Ann David Two Yanks killed by North Koreans CHUNYANGDONG South deliberate violation of the armia Dougherty 20 Elkader entered as Miss Monona fourth runner up All were brunettes Miss Dougherty was acclaimed by many the most popular sing er in the pageant She was called to the bandstand follow ing the coronation to sing Fools Please turn to page 2 Korea Wt Angry young US jsoldiers took up patrol positions along the Korean armistice line Monday night hoping to find the North Koreans who ambushed three of their buddies killing two andwounding the third Their commander Brig Gen Charles Pershing Brown of the Cavalry Division denounced attack made in the fog Monday as a violent Bulletin TEHRAN Iran heavy earthquake destroyed the vil lage of Gahfum in southern Iran Monday the Iranian Red Lion and Swn organization re ported No details of cas ualties were immediately available Inside The Globe tice agreement He said it was the first time lhe North Koreans have come clear across the demilitarized zone into South Korea The dead are Pfc Charles T Dessart III 19 son of Mr and Mrs Charles Dessart Jr 4622 State Road Drexej Hill Pa and Pvt David A Seller 24 son of Mr and Mrs Erich M Seiler Route 1 Theresa Wis Listed as seriously wounded is Pfc William L Foster 28 of Baltimore Foster was hit four times in the chest arms and legs He was removed to the 121st Evac BELIEVES whites want equality for Negroes but not next door Page 3 lung specialist was called Brown said there is hope Fos ter will survive his wounds J I talked to the boy just be jfore he went into the operating Comics 4 room Brown said He wa Editorials f Clear news ft Society news 101112 Sports news 1314 Latest markets U Mason City news 1417 North Iowa news 20 Transport timetable 22 Classified paes 2223 calm and showed a lot of cour age I told him I hope he makes it and I sure hope he does Brown said the American sol diers were hit by machinegun fire and grenades which ap parcntly came from seven am bush positions just inside the demilitarized zone Find ten in wreckage SKOPJE Yugoslavia more survivors were plucked rom the death tombs of Skop es earthquake ruins Monday nearly four days after a catas rophc demolished this city The ount of the dead mounted to ward 1000 A French team of disaster ipecialists working with in redibly delicate sounding de iccs picked up voice after oice from beneath the desolate mounds of piled rubble Each new find spurred rescua workers on in the hope of find ng morelife under the tons of wreckage Earlier in the day Premier Grlickov of Macedo nia said no more survivors could reasonably be expected to be dug up after Monday Ha said the government would or der wholesale razing and bull dozing operations Two bodies found earlier wera presumed to bethoseof a US Air Force sergeant and his wife It was the first word of Amert ans killed in the quake that struck Friday Cement workers vote Monday on new contract Members of the local union of the United Cement Lime and Gypsum Workers Union will meet Monday night to vote on the contract negotiated last week at Philadelphia with tha Lchigh Portland Cement Co Details of the agreement not been disclosed pending the vote by the 13 local unions The Mason City vote will taken at pm Jfonday in the Labor Temple 510 Pennsyl vania SE SAME V   

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