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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 7, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I NEWSPAPER THAT MAKS5 ALL NORTH I 0 W A N S NEIGHBORS VOL LXIII Associated Press and United Full a Cosy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JUNE 7 1957 Thia Paper Consuu ol Pour 19th stival Set for Tue US Red Poland Sign Gift Is Unveiled Promise of Help Is Kept More May Be in Offing FROM DUE WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON The United States Friday signed a aid agreement with Gommunis Poland and promised more if and when Congress pro vides authority and funds The agreement ended months of negotiations set off las February by President Eisenhow ers promise to help Poland o any other Red nation which de monstrates a will to assert its so vereignty and independence of So viet domination The longrange purpose behin the U S aid program Eisenhow er made clear is to let the So viet satellite countries know tbe case of as wae done previously in the case of Yugo that they can look to the United States for support and as sistance if they reject total Mos cow control Firm Pledge In effect theUnited States com mitted itself to a 95milhon dol lar Polish aid program But it could only make a firm pledge for half of that amount because of de lay in the House of Representa tives on a billion dollar bill to ex tend the surplus agricultural com modities disposal program An announcement of the agree ment issued at the State Depart ment said the two governments have also agreed on early nego tiations over settlement of U S property claims resulting from Polish nationalization measures after World War II and over the unblocking of about two million dollars worth of Polands prewar assets in the United States Bank Loan Fridays initial agreement calls for an ExportImport Bank loan of 30 million dollars largely for use in buying mining machinery The United States also will sell Poland for Polish currency 900000 worth of cotton fats and 1 f AT yyuE WHERE FIVE BOYS DIED IN CRASH rescue worket gestures helplessly he seeks a way to remove the body of one of five teenagers killed in a crackup at McKeesport Pa The body is trapped under the trunk of a is pinned to a larger tiee by the upsidedown car Two survivors of the crash were m lured seriously File Murder Charge in About OM A H A traced a single burton to the identity of a man they charged Thursday with murdering Mrs Rita Kappen man 21yearold expectant mother The United States will use the zlotys Polish currency received from this sale for embassy and other expenses in Poland AfteV five years Poland will pay dol lars for any zlotys the United States has not spent The agreement also provided for U S action to amend a six year old Treasury Department The Weather Mason City Mostly cloudy occa sional ram or drizzle and cool er Friday night low 48 52 Partly cloudy and warmer Sat urday high 7478 Iowa Considerable cloudiness scattered s h o w e rs thunder storms and cooler Friday night Low 4855 Partly cloudy little temperature change Saturday occasional showers and thun derstorms extreme east ban on sending dollar checks to Poland The rule covered Treas ury checks and remittances in payment of social security veter ans and other benefits Becks Request for Europe Trip Denied TACOMA Wash UP Federal Judge George HE Boldt Friday re jected the applications of Team sters Union President Dave Beck for permission to go to Europe Beck had asked permission to leave the jurisdiction of the west ern Washington Federal Court to attend a meeting of the Interna tional Transport Federation in Paris The Teamsters chief is at lib erty on bond awaiting trial here on charges of evading S56 000 in 1950 income taxes and of aiding in preparing a fraudulent income tax return A first degree murder charge was filed by County Attorney Eu gene Fitzgerald against John David Phillips 32 6footlirich Negro sought in several cities He has been missing since May 29 the day Mrs Kappenman was found shot to death in her apart ment hereShe had been killed by a bullet from a 30 caliber Lu ger automatic The bullet pierced her left hand and entered her head under theright eye Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 5 to 10 degrees be low normal Friday nigh through next Wednesday Nor mal highs 80 north to 83 south Normal lows 57 north to 6C south Cool through the week end Some warming thereafter Precipitation will average one half to threefourths of an inch occurring as showers or thun derstorms early in the perio about Monday o Imprint of Button Not publicized previously in the investigation officers said was the fact that the imprint of a single shirt button was found on the dead womans hip Police found the button in the apartmentoccupied by Mrs penman and her husband Keith a 24yearold dental student at Creighton University After a web of evidence built up against Phillips police searched the house where he and again Tuesday Minnesota Generally fair nort and central mostly cloudy e treme south Friday night Sa urday generally fair Htt change in temperature nort warmer south high in 70s Ike Lauds Rescue Operation ABOARD USS SARATOGA hetask force attached to upercarrier Friday Javy jet pilot down this rescued a at sea and yon congratulations from Presi ent Eisenhower a guest aboard he flagship Eisenhower ho w e v e r ex pressed regret that a second flier whose plane also fell into the ocean was found dead The iden ity of the second man was not disclosed Eisenhower spoke to the crew Dutto Invokes 5th Amendment WASHINGTON Iffi Senators digging into Bakers Union affairs came up Friday with a story of a dinner that raised for Union Vice President Max Kral chiefly from pressuring employers to buy tickets and souvenir ads Frank Dutto union chairman for the lavish dinner that added this sum to Kralsteins capita as sets took the Fifth Amendment when asked whether he was a Communist prior to 1950 But Dutto said I am not now a member of the Communist Par ty and that since 1950 he has filed nonCommunist affidavits with the government Property Defended The dinner in honor of Krai stein New York national vice president of tho union wa thrown by New York Local No 3 in June of last year at the Wai dorfAalorla Hotel Dutto is or ganizlng director of the local He vigorously defended the pr priety of his accepting the 0007 Kralstein said the idea of toss ing dinners at which costly gifts are given the guest of honor is much older than he is He named some othershe said have benefit ted from such among them William F SchnHzlpr sec retarytreasurer of the AFLCIO and a former president of the Bakers Union Other Gifts He said Schnitzler received a such dinner inBrooklyn plus a plaque and a ring for Mrs Schnitzler On another occasion he said Schnitzler got a gold watch and a chest of silverware Schnitzler reportedly was lined up in sup port of a Bakers Union faction critical of the present union ad PHYLLIS MERRITT Osage Miss ftorth Iowa of 1956 90 Queens and Bands on Program Annual Parade to Be Highlight MasonCitys 19th annual North Iowa Bund Festival willbe held Tuesday when 90 ol the prettiest queen candidates of North Iowa ami Southern Minnesota will via for the iitie of Miss North Iowa A two hour long parade in tha morning afternoon concerts in the paik and a grand finale at Roosevelt Stadium in the evening will mark this the teenage gala day of the year More than 5000 high school mu sicians a host of bandmasters and school officials he Man chester High School Band March ing Band Joyce Rice champion twlclcr all will perform befora more limn 35000 spectators Turn Over Keys Mason City will turn over the keys to the teenagers Band tival Day and from early dawn until lale at night thebright yel low school buses will be much in evidence onhighways leading to the city For Ifl years Mason City has paid tribute to the youth of North Iowa tuul Southern Minnesota their accomplishments arid their spirit Crowds line the streets for blocks lo watch the spectacular parade of bands floats arid queens in convertibles for which DENIES ENTICEMENT Girard Expects CAMP WHITT1NGTON Japan W GI Girard de clarcd Friday Japanese charges that he enticed a woman scrap collector lo her death were untrue He said the fatal shooting was accidental The young GI added however that he expects a fair trial in Japanese courts Girards Japanese lawyer and his Army legal adviser went ahead with plans to defend the 21yearold soldier in the Maebashi District Court noves by other awyers in the United States to The Program Grade School Band concert in Centre Park lp00 for band and queen Hotel to 5 irt tral Park baseball at Roosevelt Diamond candidates presented in Central Park Finale at Roo sevelt Stadium the Highway Department deems itworthy of dctouring traf fic GlobeGazette Weather data up to 8 am Friday Maximum Thursday 87 Minimum Thursday night 52 At 8 am Friday 53 Precipitation 26 Mrs Warren Given 10Year Sentence LINCOLN Neb Helen F Warren Friday was sentenced by District Judge Harry A Spen cer to 10 years in the Womens Reformatory at York for the sash weight slaying of her husband Maurice last Jan 26 A jury after an 11day trial last month found Mrs Warren guilty of manslaughter The sentence handed down by Judge Spencer was the maximum under Nebras ka law Mrs Warren originally roomed They found a shirt with YEAR AGO a button missing in a garbage Maximum can at the rear of the house The Minimum button found in the Kappenman apartment matched those on the discarded shirt Routine Check Detectives had learned that Phillips had a 30 caliber Luger with him when a highway patrol man stopped him for a routine check last September His car was found abandoned 77 62 and Phillips failed to claim ah paycheck due on the day of Dates Are Set for Wisconsin Elections MADISON W i s Vernon Thomson Thursday an was charged with murder the murder Phillips had worked regularly at a packinghouse through May day before the slaying i Detectives found that a man answering Phillips description bought nine cartridges for a 30 caliber Luger at a hardware store May 25 Their investigation showed also he was acquainted with several employes of a bow first degree ling had figured in the investigation nounced a special election will be held in Wisconsin Aug 27 to name a successor to the late Sen Joseph McCarthy A primary will be held four weeks earlier July 30 of ths Saratoga over the ships public address system a few lours after the dramatic rescue of a fighter plane pilot Cmdr J E Tefft at sea He was picked up by a helicopter from a life raft where he had spent the long night The Saratoga diverted 16 of the 18 ships frpmitsescort to join in effort arid sent out its own planes in relays of four to help The resulting cut in force made with Eisenhowers full approval brought about a sharp cut in the maneuver schedule the President ad flown from Washington to ee Tefft was found about 120 miles northeast of Jacksonville Fla his home base Neither pilot was attached to the Saratogas task orce They flew Demon fighters out of the Navys Cecil Field at Jacksonville The dramatic search for the missing Demons overshadowed he feat of four Navy jets which Thursday landed on the Sara ogas big deck after a nonstop light from the carrier Bon ministration As to the propriety of accepting a gift as big as from men with whom and for whom he bar gains collectively Kralstein in sisted To me its not the amount Its the principle Joseph Tenczar an ousted business agent said much of the money came from pressuring em ployers for contributions Em BULLETIN FAYETTEVILLE N C UP 20th victim of a violent collision of two trucks near here Thursday died Friday This made the smashup the worst truck disaster in ths na tions history The previous rec ord 19 ployers both bought tickets at each and purchased ads in a souvenir program Robert Kennedy chief counsel of the Senate Rackets Investigat ing Committee said the locals financial records showed Kral stein received more than of the banquet proceeds to buy a new home and furnishings He said total receipts were about BourgesManoury May Be New Premier PARIS Maurice Bourges Manoury was virtually assured the premiership Friday The Soc ialist Party voted to join a coali tion under the 42yearold defense minister who is seeking to end Frances two week old political crisis f The approval was given at a meeting of the partys Nationa Committee Earlier BourgesMan oury a RadicalSocialist had conferred with former Premier Guy Mollett Socialist leader and other influential men in the party WALKOUT DETROIT UP orestall the Japanese trial On U S At the request of attorneys re ained by Girards family a fed eral jiidge in Washington ordered he Army not to yield the soldier o foreign custody before a hear ng Tuesday on an application for a writ of habeas corpus The Girard familys attorneys in the United States contended Girard shot a trespasser on a U S military base while he was on duty and that the U Slapa nese status of forces agreement provides only jfoi1 the Japanese to try servicemen accused of of fenses committed while off their 5NDS Wildcat strikesat Chrysler Corp returned to work on the afternoon shift Thursday ending a twoday walk out that idled 10000 and shut down assembly lines bases and off duty Similar Postions US authoritiesin Japan orig inally held a similar position re sisting Japanese demands to yielc Girard for trial But a decision by Secretary of State Dulles and Ninetyfive will be per forming Band Festival Day 90 be backing their own individual queen candidates Enthusiasm Grows Enthusiasm grows year after year as the bands grow larger and the crowds proportionately The clash of cymbals beat of drums cheers for the queens arid the chatter the chatter allday long make this a day to be re membered Parking space is at a premium Band Festival Day for the entire msiness area is blocked off Res aurantsare crowded Stores are crowded Theaters have special showings for teenagers While the crowd is gathering for the morning parade the Mason City All Grade School Band un der the direction of F Stanley Davis conductor will present a Soviet Leaders in Finland for Talks concert in Central Park starting at am Starts at 10 The parade of bands queens and floats will start moving south on Federal Avenue sharply at 10 am from the Hotel Hanford Secretary of Defense Wilson TuesJoyce Rice champ baton twirler day to turn Girard over to Japafrom Greenfield will head the nese jurisdiction in effect upheld parade backed by the Mason City the Japanese contention hat while Girard was authorized to protect High School Band Phyllis Merritt Osage Miss military property he svas not auiNorth Iowa of 1956 will be the thorized to shoot reigning queen for the day and Maj Stanley Levin of Los Anj as such will ride with her attend geles Girards adviser and first in the parade ro Hayashi his chief counsel Ninety new candidates will fol Homme Richard off the Califor nia Pacific Coast This was the first oceantoocean carrier flight in history Early Friday afternoon the President debarked at Maynort Fla and returned to Washington aboard his private plane Colum bine III MARRIAGE FOLDS HOLLYWOOD UP Friends HELSINKI Finland Visiting Soviet leaders Premier Nikolai Bulganin and Commu nist Party chief Nikita Khrush chev began talks with Finnish officials Friday with emphasis expected to be on increased trade between the two coun tries Bulganin set the tone for the talks Thursday night when he said more trade would strength j en present friendly relations between Russia and Finland The officials scheduled dis said the legal action in the Unit top Russian party officials to icti states would not halt prepara visit a nonCommunist country for the Japanese trial They described the habeas corpus re quest as a test of the constitution Friday blamed age and career cussions for the morning to be differences for the breakup ofj followed by visits to a chil the fouryear marriage of actress drens hospital and a housing Ginger Rogers 45 and her 29 yearold husband French actor Jacques Gergcrac development and a reception and state banquet later on The Soviet loaders the first since last falls Hungarian up rising arrived Thursday They were given the redcarpet treat ment by top Finnish govern ment officials At a dinner given by Finnish Premier V J Sukseiainen Thursday night Bulganin made it quite clear that the Soviets placed trade at the top of the agenda for discussion The more our trade develops he said the more fruitful will be come our collaboration in po 1 i t i c a 1 economic scientific technological and other areas and the firmer will be our good neighborly relations in which our two peoples are inter ested low riding in lowslung converti bles in front of their high school bands Floats will be interspersed throughout the parade Also spotted in reverse alpha ality of the USJapan agreement bctical order in the parade will b t 11 r t TT I ll allowing Japanese courts to iservicemen SAME DATE 1956266 j White fit mians no irilflc death 1 pisl hnnrs try the Manchester High School Marching Band and its director Erling B Hanson Frederick C Ebbs director of the lowan Uni versity Band will ride in a con vertible as the honored guest director of the North Iowa Band Festival No Telecast There will be no live telecast o jthe parade this year so specta tors will have to be at curbside to view the color spirit and thrills of the 1957 festival KGLOTV present an interview with the new queen at pm however and jncws programs throughout the In   

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