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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 10, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                             n e wsp a p e r th a t ma ke s a I North I Home Edition VOL MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JUNE W 1H4 ClOe a ConiUU Two SectionsSection One Prcn Full Lease Wires Na 104 filibuster halted nson new Miss Nlowa play t Tribute to hew beauty By JAMES R OWENS GlobeGazette Staff Writer Deloris Sorenson of North Central High School reigns Miss North Iowa of 1964 She was crowned at the climax of the colorful Tuesday evening ceremonies at Roosevelt Field at the close of the 26th annual North Iowa Band Festival The queen of the 77 queens from North Iowa and Southern Minnesota is a blueeyed farm girl the daughter of Mr and Mrs Kelmer Sorenson of Han lontown Her hair is an almost blonde light brown In the traditional ceremony Miss Sorenson was crowned by Dr L W Swanson Mason City Chamber of Commerce presi dent received the queens Homage from the thousands of bandsmen and visitors as she was driven around the field in a Convertible followed byy the North Central Band she repre sented And the massed bands and the rest of the crowd paid her trP butewith Me Call You as W Earl Hafl of Mason City led the singing and Don Marcouiller Drake Uni versity Bands director con ducted the massed 76 bands Tha mw Miss North Iowa graduate with six years as a band saxophone player was dressed in a gown of bright red set off by white gloves Robed in the royal purple of Miss North Iowa she brought her own special bit of color to the cere mony 1 And perhaps because of the daylight start of the evening activities the event offered what seemed to be even more color than usual In the opening hour the long line of bands made onebyone entries to music and entered the stands to create splashes of col or across the east and south ends of the fields green uni forms and blue ones black and gold and red The visitors stands in complimentary con trast were spatters of early summer colors mixed with abandon The irongray clouds driving hard eastward failed to dim the uniforms and Hashing brass and if the wind got chilly it only added a footballweather touch that goes with marching After the came the queens in long lines of pastel gowns stretched a cross the field with only aii occasional bright blue or red such as Miss Sorensons garment Through those lines marched the honor guard with the red white and blue of the American and lowan flags goldfringed and with golden cords The Moon City Municipal Band led by Henry T Paine played the national anthem and other music to keep the pro gram moving Leading the queens around the field and onto the stand was the outgoing Miss North Iowa Linda Wilkins of Clear Lake with uniformed attendants of Mason City High School Special entertainment w a s QUEEN Continued an Pata I North Iowa Weather outlook Partly ctoudy and caafar Wednesday Uwt araund M Partly ctaidy scattered showers and thundantormt and a little warmar Thursday in mW 2 She was SB j fr and ofClear mer borenspn of Hanlohtownj Lake f i named He led the bands MUSIQ MAN POSE Don Marcouiller Drake University bands director strikes i spirited Music Mantype jxse as he leads the 76 iriassed bandsat Hand Festival IJSH Green who is failing his fifth 12 scored on an Intelligence test administered by the University of South Florida The genius category at140 i County school Supt Wpod rpw Garden saysBilly reads to1 12 advanced science books a week but struggles with his fifth grade work per bips because it doesnt chal v The Aboard of BreVard Juri ipr College voted Tuesday to allow Billy to enroll in one course Billy son of Mr and Mrs William C Green of Eau Gallie Fla probably will take a mathematics or science course We want to determine what kind of program he should have said Garden They didnt care Lisa less about the whole shooting match investigate an empty Worlds 1st space baby born A mr MOSCOW AP The worlds only space woman Valentina Nikolayevna Tereshkova gave birth to a daughter Monday the Soviet news agency Tass an nounced Wednesday The babys father is Soviet spaceman Andrian Nikolayev who orbited the earth in August 1962with Lt Col Pavel Popo vich Valentina orbited the earth in company with Valery Bykov sky in June 1963 Both mother and daughter are well Tass said Usually reliable sources r said the baby weighed nearly 7 pounds Valentina and Nikolayev were married in Moscow last Nov 3 and spent their honeymoon tour ing South Asian countries Although the baby is the first born to an astronaut couple Gherman Titov was the first as tronaut to become a father after orbiting the earth His wife gave birth to a daughter Tanya last September Valentina whose married name according to Russian cus tom is NikolayevnaTereshkbva is 27 Nikolayev is 34 three days ago the doctor for the Soviet astronauts Dr Ev geny Petrov reported that Val entina was in the best of health During her pregnancy she has been studying at the Military Aeronautic Engineering Acade my and recently passed exam inations in English andmathe matics The astronauts were married in a televised white wedding at the flower decked Palace of Marriages in Moscow At the reception afterward with Pre mier Khrushchev as host the newlyweds were given a sym bolic present by Soviet mili tary leaders It was a little doll girl Khrushchev said he was a sort of foster father to the young couple both of whom lobt their fathers during World War II I didnt bring any baby bug gies or he told them If you have a baby the gifts wont fail to come All Soviet space pilots were on hand for the wedding which got more public attention than any Russian marriage since Czar Nicholas II married Queen Victorias granddaughter1 in 1893 in richest r Cyndonf doing quite what of dont geVrtheidea theyarethii rich est family ever to inhabit the White Housed T Who then was our bestheeletl president Its hard to because ofthe changing values of monegind other all evideSce points toGeorge Washington When the father of his court try died he left real estate val ued then at including the famous Mount Verrion Translated into todays values that might mean million or more Though Washington was rich in land slavesand tobacco he was sometimes short of cash In fact just before his first inaug uration he had to hit a fellow townsman in Alexandria Va up for a loan of 600 pounds at 6 per cent interest Short crops and other causes not entirely within my control had temporarily strapped him he said Sacond richest president miy be Herbert Hoover though this is not known with any certainty An engineer and mining promot er he rolled up a for tune as early as 1914 There is no exact information how this has grown since though it is known that Hoover has made large gifts to education and charity Other welltodo presidents John F es tate was reported to total some thing like million at least Franklin p Roosevelt 085500 Theodore Roosevelt 000 Jefferson died owing He had really splurgec fixing up that magnificent home Monticello at Charlottesville Va and was never a roan to stint the pennies during his many years of illpaid public service Dwight Eisenhower and Harry S Truman are feeling no pain financially Back in 1952 during the prcsi dential campaign Eisenhower published a financial accounting showing a 10year net income after taxes of The bulk of this was a net on his book Crusade in Europe Truman hat dona wall start ing his retirement by writing his memoirs for a net of maybe and going right on AH this delving into presiden tial fortunes or lack thereof is occasioned by a report in the Washington Evening Star Tues day that the Johnson family is worth million or more in tel evision and radio stations land banks and stocks PRINCE PHILIP 43 LONDON Philip husband of Queen Elizabeth II was 43 yearsjild Wednesday 4 vote margin favors cloture WASHINGTON Wi iThe Sen te voted ina his oryshattering move to choka ff the 75 day old Southern fili uster against the civil rights ill The vote to apply the Sen tes debate limiting cloture rule was 71 to 29 This was four more votes than the required wothiras majority Each senators time to debate he bill and all amendments will ow be limited to one hour his appears to assure Senate assage of the farreaching bill wssibly before the end of next week The House passed he bill on eb 10 by a vote of 290 Senate has been battling over t since March 9 with Southern pppnents mounting a record breaking filibuster against it The Senates public galleriea were packed as the Tucial vote on cloture was taken Tight se curity was maintained around the Capitol as additional per sons pressed for a chance get SPACE BABY AND PARENTS Photofax Montana flood death toll over 30 Many homeless GREAT FALLS Mont AP waters chasedat least 2000 persons from their homes lere Tuesday night after leav ing 30 or more dead and 38 missing Goy Tim Babcock estimated damage from the flood Mon anas worst at million President Johnson declared sev en northwestern counties a dis aster area In the northwest hit first by the threeday flood waters re ceded and rescue teams started mopping up Tha Sun River crested 11 feet over its flood stage of 12 feet at midnight in this city of 70000 A spokesman for the Air Force and National Guards rescue op erations estimated 2000 to 3000 persons were evacuated from homes here and in the flooded areas to the west and north Tom Sullivan manager of a Red Cross shelter said he had made records of about 1300 per sons evacuated from homes west of Great Falls andfrom an exclusive residential area sur rounding a country club and golf course The shelter is in West Side Junior High School where more than 200 residents slept Tuesday night Tha 14th Street bridge in Great Falls held fast despite a heavy pounding by water trees parts of farm buildings and other debris A natural gas pipeline under theSixth Street bridge burst with a shudder that was feit by onlookers Air Force teams said they res cued at least 200 persons from rural areas The Air Force was using Malmstrom Air Force Base at Great Falls for a head quarters for 11 helicopters and other craft Pilots made 38 flights Tues day and were prepared to take additional supplies to flood vic tims evacuated to other areas LBJ alarmed over Cyprus GENEVA AP President Johnson has ordered Undersec retary of State George W Ball to fly to Athens to warn the Greek government of the se rious view the United States takes of the sharpening crisis over Cyprus American officials said Wednesday He may go later to Ankara for talks with Turkish leaders He was due back in Washington on Thursday to report to the Presi dent Ball has been in Geneva since Monday for the closing stage of the United Nations trade and de velopment conference President Makarios of Cyprus leader of the Greek Cypriots called for an ur gent meeting of the UN Secur ity Council meeting to de nounce threats of the Turkish government to invade our is land In a note to heads of state and government he charged that Turkey has now amassed a great number of naval and air forces ready for immediate invasion of Cyprus He Accused the Turks of re peatedly violating air space over Cyprus and dropping amis to Turkish Cypriots Foreign Minister Spyros Ky prianou dispatched by Makarios to arrange for thecouncil meet ing told newsmen he planncdto see Council President Arsene Assouan of the Ivory Coast Wed nesday At least fOO were homeless ihe northwest counties of Gas 2ade Chouteau Fiathead Gla cier Pondera Tooli those designated for federal di aster relief Hardest hit was th Blackfeet Indian Reservation Highway 2 was opened to Ea Glacier the eastern gateway Glacier National Park and Ul 89 was opened for the first Urn since Monday allowing rescu operations to reach Babb ne the Canadian border A road was opened south o Browning to the Two Medicin Creek but washedout bridge and roads still liad the Eire Creek area isolated It was th Swift Reservoir dam on Birt Creek that broke Monday senc ing a 30foot wall of water down stream This water surged into th Marias River Other floodin creeks pushed the Teton Rive over its banks Both rivers into the Missouri River nea Loma population 200 whic was evacuated Tuesday night Drinking water contaminate in numerous smaller commun ties was safe in Great Falls Jones County official named in indictment DES MOINES A Schrader 33 of Monticello serving his third term as Jone County attorney was under in dictment Wednesday on federa charges of failing to file incom tax returns The secret fourcount indie ment returned here June 3 wa disclosed Tuesday when Schra der surrendered to a US mar shal at Dubuquc He is free un der bond The federal grand jur charged that he had gross in come of in the year 1959 1960 1961 and 1962 an dad not filed tax returns fo those years The government did not di close the amount of tax allege to be due Sf t Sen Robert naote a marathon ackihg the ciyilnghts billiand urging his no t to shut qff the debateX A Voting for cloture werer4i Democrats and 27 Repubiicans Opposed were Democrats ariel 6 f Byrd began his Jpeech at fn and continued am When he Senatetook aiieightniiriiite re cess then wentback into ses had agreed Tuesday to meet at 10 am Wednesday Since the adoption of nSa turerule in attempts to use it to Jcut off a filibuster against Leaders of parties bei came convinced the face 6t the allout opposition of the Dixie forces to the present bill that dei batelimitation had to be ob tained if the bill was to pass Just before the vote Repubi lican Leader Everett M FILIBUSTER Continued on j Bdrry votes against gag lowans for WASHINGTON wrJ Sen Barry Goldwater RAriz voted against applying the de batelimiting cloture rule to the civil rights bill as the Senate passed the measure 71 29 Wednesday Iowa Republican Senators Bourke B Hickenlooper and Jack Miller both voted with the majority to halt the South ern filibuster on the bill Inside The Globe ITS A MATTER of taste by Pahlmann Page Editorials f 4 North news Society news JIOJJ Comics Sports news t1l Latest markets 29 City news 1021 Clear Lake news 2223 Classified pages 3031   

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